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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: January 5, 1961
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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MONEY TALKS-Let's keel
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchant I


SSt. Joe-The Outlet Port for the lohol-Chattahoochee Valley"

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Avclachicola-Chattaho.ochee Valley"


TWENTY-FOURTH YEAq


THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1961


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Michigan Chemical Ships Train load of Product last Week Jaycees Ask For
: ___ ...." Nominations

S.The Port St. Joe Juni<
ber of Commerce is still
.,, ing nominations for loc,
S men to receive the annual
S,- ... Distinguished :Service A
.. ; .... '' January 14. A nominate,
.. .", .,. for this purpose is pro,
*''d "f jn .. .. the editorial aage of thi


A FULL 30-CAR TRAINLOAD of pericl-ase, one of. the products of Michigan Chemical Company, pulled
" :ut o' tho ;plant last'week. T' Is was the largest single sh.ipmet ever made :by 'the new Port St. Joe
anifluftacturing 'nceri., c ,The product ia :ianufactured.i rpm lime .and sea water. Michigan 'official's
s ay tha..P the ne plant ':E io' operating at 65 percent of capacity. (Photo by LYNART Studio)


or Cham-
II receiv-
al young
al Jaycee
ward on
on blank
vided on
s week's


issue of The Star.
Eligible for the award is any
local young mans, 21 through 35
years of age. If the nominee rea-
ches his 36th birthday before De-
cember 31, 1960, he becomes eli-
gible, if the activities for which
he is judged, were performed
when he was 35. No applicant
past this age will be considered.
The winner 'df the Port St. Joe
award will be entered in the state
contest. .
All nominations should be mail-
ed to Jaycee blstingu[shed Ser-
vice Award, P. .0. Box 308, Port
St. Joe, Florida.


Homer L. Echols

Taken By Death


Land Clearing Begins




On San Bias Golf Course


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Glidden Co. Donates
$2000.00 for Grass

John Drew, president of the Cape
San Bl'as Country Clu b announced
this week that land clearing will
be !started this week on the Club's
property at Dead Man's Curve.
Arrangements have been made
to cut pulp wood from the fairway>
of the golf course this week. 'Wood
taken, from the fairways will be
sold 'to St. Joe Paper Company.
Proceeds der-ived, from the wood
sale will apply to the construction
fund for the golf course.
DONATION RECEIVED
Cape San Blae Country Club .has
received a, check for $2,000.00 as a
donation from the Glidden -Com-
pany. The money is earmarked to
purchase suitable grass for the golf
course greens. to 'be construct.i


Homer L. E'chols, age 57, died at this Spring.


*" .os ti s his 'home in White City Tuesday A letter accompanying the cheal
y right about 10:15 .following a heart from the Glidden Company said
"* "i .~D~pV ..j a.lH Aattack. ; "We consider it'an.honor to shari
........ ..i..i. A S..Survivors include his wife, Lily; in this exoelleni community -pro
S' e ;brother, Austin, of Zanesville, ject, mad it is our sincere hope that
Sl t Ohio and four sisters, Mrs. Lenora in some magical way we may shiari
f. Martin and Mrs.. Evelyn Melvin 'the deep .satisfaction each nmembe
.. Is F o Lboth of Zanesville, Ohio, Mrs. Ro- feels every time a long putt
Sberta Kirby, M. 'Clements, 'Mich., made.
" and Mrs. Ruby St of Arco, Idaho. "We were also most delighted -,t
,:,Representative' cecil"-G .ostin, Jr., announced this week Mill Starts Monday Funeral services' will 'be hold at learn that our Port ,St. Joe Plan"
:.that it was'importa-t that aii'yorieintrested in 1oc41 legislation 11:00 a.m. Friday-at the White City Manager, John.Drew, has been par
. rtaini.ng only ttod C nf0 r contactt' himn prior to Iarch 1 in Tom S. Coldewey, vice-presi- iBaptist Cihurch with the Rev. C. A. tially responsible for bringing this
!Oider that bthe locl Tegisatf:pn"coul .be prepared to be filed with dent in charge of operations of Lundy officiating...Burial will be at fine plan to fulfillmenIt."
'.Chief Clerk of-e.ous Re senate. by.Mach 28 the.St. Joe Paper Company, an- 3:00 'p.m. in the N"t' Effort Church -- ....
1961. o .e, u. '.Be'Dnaiesy r nounced this week that the SJPC cemetery near Bop fay with grave- Guests of Beaman's'
.11. .. :..- :mill will resume operations Mon- side services beingg conducted ,by Mr. and Mrs. Oecl.Beaman a
.the J4.egWstu.re. at a recent caucus -- day afternoon at 3:00 p.m'. the Masonic Lodge- daughters Sandra 'and' Linda .
.passed a .resoluto'n requiring that t his, a-ttention in January.'so I na the mill will operate on a five- Comforter Funeral Home of Port New Albany, N. Y., were the recent
:1.bi. ll'. -t a Rwnaf aure be filed suh prLcposed legislation could be day a week schedule until fur- St. Joe is in ch: ie of arrange- guests of Mr. 'and M.rs. Evertt
tof res rk. ofhe cured w4hb'be.l 'eople durin, their notice. ments. Beaman.
of ReaPreoanEttves1_J3-y .March 28,
..T.e..reason fofthiswa-tlst i .a he uled r .

'"r that many ot" b .in Sharks. Enoy Gator Bowl Gam. In Jacksonville Saturday

.aof ne session, thus l.in.g tbh, cal- the 150 F-deral census and, thus,
.pg proP er cons deratioU. o energy r al o. ".d l u
........dete_70. r eef Iwi 'to wbe xe-euc&ed inG-view-

's .affecting the entire t. I n County L t he 1969. Federal census
"cest 5 oasen eocal. .bie ls. are In order that they rem ain effective.
passed, without 'a controversy, either tated at. h: espe
.ereas, .general bills require con- .-tr of the salar 3 of all
siderable study and.--delibera-tion- 'oun officials, including t- '
Costin..urged hat 'the City and County Commissioners. .
OCunty Ioffic Ogps of ,'ulf County n
bring their local legislative matters Last Rites For -

'Church Attendance Sandra Elaine Nixon
FAITH 'BIB.L'ECHURCH-,,-
'Sundawy School, 19; Worship r" Sandra Elain- Nixon, 3 month old -.
ces. 65: Young. people, 8.' g.. d hster of Mr. ,nd Mrs: Joseph
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE A: .Nil f'Whte Cit3f, died at the ''.
S..unday School, '50; sWbohip ser- Bay M ral hospital Wednesday "..
vices,. V. n a m'ia:
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST 1Uo1rnlhugif:g at I '4:1*".
S .ddy school, 162; 'Trairnig Un- Surivors "iIcludehr parents,.. .
ion, 99; W'orship Sc-rvicesz, 276. o brothers, Michael and.Brucens
FIRST METHODIST.T. '-'" 'Ond ,sister,' Deborah all of I
'Sunday School, 157;-. .-Wor-shp... .. -''.ty. -- "
Services, 288. l hite 'City and her grandparents,
WHITE CITY BAPTIST MfI s. Olyde laidin and Mr. and
Worshi l"'Services, 170; Suiday Mr E. B. Barfield. '
'School, 112; Training Union 59. :Funeral service's ,will beheld at
OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY -,2a o-
of GOD :00' P.mt:"td'ay'atthe-home of the
Sunday School,223; Worship Ser- child's e, Carson Mashburn at ..
J'ees,'235;_,C. A. Service, 15, 'Chrfs- White Citry, conducted '-' by Rev. REVERSE POSITIONS-fie ,P:,rt St. j,- St, tjii: are ,1.u -d .dr ..,n the front row, watching the Ga-
tian -Cdets, 70. Geor2e T-uaberve I Il. 'Bridl' will be tor Bowl game in Jacksonville Saturday. The Sharks 'were -guests of the iSt. Joe Paper Company at the
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday School, 31; Worship .-Ser- in 'the family plpt at H olly Hill post-seasion game. It was quite a switch for -the Sharks. All season they were look at on the field
ices, 59; Young People, 9. Cemetery. and Saturday, they were doing the looking. (Star photo)


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OUT-GOING PRESIDENT 0. C. DYKES -hands over the gavel of au-
,thority to new-inStialled Kiwanis president, Calvin Floyd 'at i.ha club
'meeting last week. Looking on (left) is vice-president Walter Did-
* son. Absent when 'the picture was :made, was Tom Alsobrook, re-
elected for another year .an secretaay-treasurer -to the club.


County Commission-
Seated Tuesday

'Newly elected County Commis-
sioners Leo Kennedy, A. J. Strick-
land' and G. S. 'Croxton were seaed'l
Tuesday ,morning at 9:00 a.m. to
begin a four. year term. They were
elected in the November general
election.
'Oierk of 'the Circuit Court, George
Y. Oare, seated- the newly-elected
...... .j : ^.-. -' i, -".
The only action taken 'by the new
board Tuesday was ithe election of
E.' C. Harden, -Sr;, as chairman.i'of
the board and the rehiring of the
head's of county departments.
The next general meeting of the
County Board' will be Friday night
when they will open bids on the
purchase of a front-end loader and
two graders. Other business will be
conducted' also.

Business Deleted

In a front page story concern-
ing new building in Port St. Joe
last week, The Star inadvertent-
ly left out its newest neighbor--
Buzzett's Drug Store. While we
committed the name of the new
store building, a check with the
City Clerk, verified the fact that
the building was included in the
total business construction for
the year. So, the construction fig-
ure was correct.
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Ann 'and John Miller have return-
ed to college 'after visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lama"
Miller for the holidays. Ann return-
ed to Stephens College in Colum-
bia, Missouri and John returned to
the University of Florida.


City Changes

Reid Stop Sign

The City Commission agenda
was very light Tuesday night, malt-
ing for a short meeting and a short
column of news about, the meeting.
The Commission considered a re-
quest by the State Road Depart-
ment to change the "Stop"' sign
at the.interseption of Reid Avone.e
and FJft'treetla front of the A'l
Railroad Oompany office 'buildig.
The DSRID has askedd for the Com-
mission's agreement in changing
the "Stop" sign to Dface traffic on
Reid Avenue. The Commission
agreed to the change.
This will make First Street a
through street with Northbound
traffic on Reid. coming to a com-
plete stop at the end of the street.
At present the signs halt traffic
on First Street at the intersection.
Drivers are cautioned to watch for
the signs 'to Tbe changed.
Mayor pro-tem I. C. Nedley pre-
sided over the meeting in the ab-
sence of 'Mayor J. L. Sharit.

Sharks Resume Cage

Schedule Tomorrow

Port 'St. Joe High BSchool's bas-
ketball Sharks resume 'their current
basketball schedule tomorrow
night.
T'he Sharks will play host to the
Altha Wildcats in the local High
School Gymnasium. The first game
will get underway at 7:00 p.m.
The Sharks defeated he -Wild-
cats 74-41 earlier in the season.

advertisina Doesn't Cost *t PAYS


Harry- Saunders Gives History of Port St. Joe To Rotary (

Harry H.? Shunders, vice-president of the St. Joe Paper terests made -their purchase :.iy 'plae, resubdi'viding the original plat Ion the West side of Monument Ave. tution Drive, next to Constitution
Company, spoke to the Rotary Club Thursday, giving he club a acquired' only 64.5% of the 'hen of area bounded an the North by between 11th and 16th.Streets. Park (Allen Memorial Way).
historof rtSt oes resent boundary frm it in atted property in the City Limits 5th St., on the East by Knowles In April 1947 we filed plat cover-. In June 1957 we filed plat cover-
history otf poSt. Jepresent bouna es rom its beginning in of Port St. Joe. Ave., on the South by 1Gth St., and ing Unit No. Five. This covered ing Unit No. 7. This included five
1910 to the present date,. In his talk, Saunders explained. SJPC's Thly also acquired 'all ,he re- on the West by Woodw'ard Ave. two blocks and contained seven blocks containing 32 lots. This
role in the filing of several-pKts within the City limits over the making unplatted property. This area originally contained 410 lots, and is the area bounded on area is on Long Avenue between
years. The program was interesting and informative. Reproduc- In December to; 1937 the Com- lots. In resubdividing this was cut the North 'by 16th St., on the East 19th St. 'and Allen Memorial Way.
ed below is the text'of Saunder's talk. pany filed plat covering Unit No. 'to 205 lots. Part of the property by Monument Ave., on the Souta In July 1958 we filed plat cov-
One, Saint Joseph's Addition to the in this area was given to the City by Patton Bayou and on the West ering Unit No. 9. This included 20
The official map number one of City of Port St. Joe. This unit had for park purposes, by Constitution Drive. .blocks and contained 20 lots, and
Port St. Joe was surveyed. and and platted ,by the Marianna Land- 13 blocks and contained 295 lots, In July 1938 the Company filed In February 1951 we filed' plat is the area which covered the re-
platted by H. N. Morgan, and' filed scape & Engineering Company. This and bounded on the North by 10th plat adding six blocks, containing covering six blocks and containing maining property bounded on, the
and recorded'at Blouitstown, Cal- 'at contained 19 Blocks, with 244 Street, on the East ,by Knowles 120 lots, in the Quarters. 171 lots. This area is located in the North by 19th St., and Patton Ba-
houn County, 'Florida, on the.23.rd lots, ,and the -area is bounded on Ave., on the South by 16th Street In July 1939 the so-called Bender Quarters. you, on the East by Forest Park
day of- September 1910,- 50 years the North ,by 10th Street, on the and on the West 'by Long Ave. In Subdivision was platted. This has In February 1955 we filed plat Ave., on the South by 22nd St., and
ago last year. 10th Street was the Eastb 5th AvenIngInw.
o lst yer. h treet s the East .y 5th Avenue (now Long 1937, when this 'survey was Ibeing two blocks and contains 52 lots. covering Unit No. 6, Saint Joseph's Allen Memorial Way, and on the
southern boundary. 9th Ave., (now Avenue), on the South by 20th made, Saunders said he got lost on These lots were never owned by Addition of the City of Pert St. Joe. West ,by Constitution Drive.
Knowles Ave.) was -ithe eastern :Street, and on. the West 'by ',id Garrison Avenue somewhere be- 'the Company. This covered four blocks and con- This Unit No. 9 is the last plat
.boundaiy. .Monument.Ave. was then. Avenue (now 'Monument). tween 10th and 16th Streets. In June 1945 the Company filed tained 18 lots. This area is bound- filed by the Company.
called 2nd Ave. The plat contained .... In March 1938 the Company filed plat covering Unit No. Four, Saint ed on the North ;by 16th Street, on. In addition we have provided pro-
54 blocks, with 1,239 lots, south of This made a total of 1I,'", otF plat covering Unit No. 2, S'aint Jo- Joseph's Addition of the City of the East by Forest Park, on the perty from unplatted areas for the
1st Street, and six blocks, with .192 'which were already platted at 'he seph's Addition 'to the City of Port Port St. Joe. This covered two South by 19.th Street and on the Municipal Hospital, Municipal Sta-
lots, in the Quarters. time the duPopt im.terests made St. Joe. This unit has seven blocks 'blocks and contained 12 lots. This West by Long Avenue. This area dium, Port St. Joe High School,
.Second plat.filed for Port St. Joe, their investment in Port 3t. J' e and contained 110 lots, and is boun- is 'the area on Constitution Driv. contains the Long Avenue Baptist George Washington High School,
carrying additional subdivision, was and Gulf County. Of these 1675 lots ded on the North by 16th St., on the between 11th and 16th Streets. Church property and the Presbyter- The Catholic Church, The Metho-
filed'by the Bay Ridge Realty Com- the duPont interests acquired cuiv East by Knowles Avenue, on the In February 1946 the Compary ian Church property. dist Church, The Pentecostal Hoii-
pany and' recorded at. Blountstown, 1081. lots. The remaining 394 1l:. South by 20th St., and on the West '.led a revised plat covering Unt In October 1955 we filed plat cov- ness Church, The Glidden Company,
Calhoun. County, .Florida, on the were owned by. individuals., by Forest Park. No. Four and added three blcksering Unit No. 8. This is one block Southeast Terminal and incair
29th 'day of June 1925, as surveyed Thus, at the .time the duPont in- In June 1938 the Company filed containing 12 lots. This is the araa and .contains t8aee lots on-Conasti Terminal.a


Club

.Lost six lots in widening 5th St.
The' Company:
Lost nine lots creating and tnten
widening Monument- Avenue Norta
-f 1st St.
This means that we now have
?493 lots in the platted area of Por*
St. Joe. Of these, we at no time
had any control over 646 lots. This
leaves 1847 which we either acquir-
ed or created.
Of these 1847 lots, we have sold
1093.
I told you that when we bought
the Port St. Joe property, we ac-
iquired only 64.5% of the then plat-
,ted property. We have added 818
lots to the plattedd area, but, as of.
today the Company owns only
30.2% of the now platted area.
There are only 754 lots that the
Company still owns. Of these, 227
are business lots; 94 are located
in the Quarters; and 100, such as
those on Knowles Avenue, are not
suitable for building until Improve-
ments are made.
You can see from this that the
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Thrift Shop

Workers For

Quarter Listed
The schedule of 'workers for Jan-
uary, February and March for *he
Hospital Auxiliary's Thrift Shop is
as follows:
Jan. 7-M.rs. Leonard Belin and
'Mrs. Pete Ivey.
Jan. 14-Mrs. Tom Hutchins and
Mrs. Boyd Underwood.
| Jan. 21-Mrs. George Anchors
and Mrs. Tom Parker.'
Jan. 28-Mrs. Robert -King and
Mrs. Robert Fox.
Feb. 4-'Mrs. Earl Atchison and
IMrs. Joe Hendrix.
Feb. 11-Mrs. Harold Odum and
Mrs. Phillip ,Ohatham.
Feb. 18-Mrs. Oalvin Floyd and
Mrs.L.-S. Bissett.
Feb. 25-'Mrs. 'Lamar Hardy and
Mrs. Rll' lWhiae.v


THE STAR, Port 'St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1961


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Published by ... ''. .

BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE ''' "".
PHONE BALL 7-4261
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, PLA. "''; -
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner '
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little ftn"
H. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU.ALL BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES. Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
EARLINE SNELL .... Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
GUY N. MIDDLETON .............. Men's and Boys' Wear and Shees
SGERALD THOMAS Maintenance and Stock Man

Boyles Salutes '61 With A Mighty Clean Sweep
Sale! Housecleaning, and SellinaOut Ahbut


March 4-Mrs. Lawrence Porter $10,000 Worth '60 Merchandise to Make
March 11-Mrs. Dave May and Room for Sping Stock Now In Transit .
March 18-Mrs. B. B Scisson and Must Sell It!. WILL SELL IT!
Mrs. Geon.e TapperRScn
Mrs. Geoge Tapper. tone ad 1961 Greetings To Our Many Friends in Gulf,
P Bad MarchMrsS. H. E. R ichards. Franklin, Calhoun and Bay Counties!
Rummage for sale in the Thri-ft1 These are mere words but you'll sorting and striking to you that the
.Shop is greatly needed by. the or- H see and. read the real figures and Master walked withhe eme n
Sr e Ae or -and read t r f an th
M CniT" ztfacts on page three! 3500 homes people and ade no effort to m;x
whMiss CAROhetoL Vp Gr sfA SEFtsaERTy?
MSCAOVI _GNAEFETMR. AND MRS, JAMES EDWARD LESTER will receive reprints of this glad Well, not's so meta Wg to think
Seifert Kilb urn Wy n tester story of lower prices, bigger S!AV- abo't, at alea_
Seifert KilbournNEWS FROM ynn LING s and better service inthis You -guys who use an electric
Colonel and Mrs. Raymond A. Seifert of Deeatur, Geora, announce Highland View Miss Joyce Wynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wynn, of Port t merch andf progress ou d modern n raor, have you tried the roped
the engagement of teinr daugh tre, Carol Vi ginia, o the lReverend ,Max By BETTY CRE Joe, ,became the bride of James Edward Lester, son of Mrs. Izella Les- agree with us we'll pay you forth up in bed, wit h two pillows before
Bradford Kibourn, son f Mr. ad MrGeorge oron Kilur of By BETTY CREAMER ter of Wewhitchka, Friday evening, December 9 at 8:00 'p.m. The time it 'takes tread it! Honest hitting :the floor? Works fine!
Port St. Joe, Florida. ay ox s etued to s- ceremony was held in the Pentecostal Holiness Church with the pastor, inn ry .!You've missed something elseit
Miss 'elfert, a graduate of Mount Vernon High -School, Alexandria, Rev. Hubert White, officiating in busy, bustling, confused you've ied th lu a
Virginia, attended te University of Georgia and graduated from Iah- tleberry, Al., to resume work withth, stli, n ed y ou ent ed e luxury and
Urine atbts ;Scahool en Boseon, at ssycof ettn. She g s employed f s a thte Childrnne'.s Bible Memory work times it seems more difficult than comfort of Boyles fine Rand dress
erine Gibbs 'S'chool in Boston, Massachusetts. 'She is 'employed as a iveols, ter a pent the, uHor to judge (a better 'way of put- shoes sadeby the world'ss ar
medical secretary at the Emory University Clinic, Atlanta, Georgia. in schools, after having. 'spent th,M rer .to jadge (a Ibttoer ,way of put- shoes.. arde by the world' lar
Reverend Kilibourn, a graduate of Carrabelle. High School, Oarrac : oliidaw W ith hetr fpareons, Mpr.and in wo ed l e: ltoo orm a otin- gest shoe manufac tu.rer, sold b
belle. Flora, reced s B. S. degree from lorida 'Se University. Mrs. Clinton lox and friends. ion) of people by looks, position or Boyles for about $3.0 to $5.0se 0 less
He will graduate 'from the Candler School of Theology at Emory Uni- Mrs. Rillae Addi son. ,and .Sh'oriv pla jb. Wihy, sthewe'a guy s oit than d omax ble quality e slthere.
versity in June. Adadyiteson of Gottehal, sited Fri- r,.cBme w n Borkles store'wearing oiled. And, tad'ies, the sle and luxury
The wedding wil take place January 28 at the IDurham O chapel, day .with her brother, W. B. Hol- work clothes (with our own Big of tine, tried and true Natural
lEmry Unei rsity, ngtlrta Georgia. a.and and family. Dad label, maybe) or Lee overalls B ridge .Shoes s something to crow
Emory University, Atlanta, GeMr. and Mrs. immie Griffin an, d and a blue chambray shirt s a about. Our semi-annual SALE on
SMyers, ape nt the a rough, heavy pair of :Star Brand these hoes is 'anow inn progress..
Elementary School ad, meae meat, alple uc ae cake week end with heir parents, Mr. work shoeswho could buy us white $12.5 vales are only $9.61. $10.95
Elem aand mi.y, aa d Mr. A. Griffin. shirted- du des ou: three or four now $8.61. Yo u'll ave about 25%
Lunch Room Menu Wednesday, January 11 Mrs. Lizzie Baxter 'of Graceville times, maybe, and, hardly miss the. on new and. up to the mit nu'te styles.
"LunchoueM M eneHot dogs, buttered potatoes, ca- visited her sister, Mrs. Walter considerations. Fm reminded of 'the We have the width 'o fit you pro-
Sbage slaw, ginger bread and, milk. Armstrong. during the week end. Texan who n pulled up in front of perly.. our service is first class!
occoa '. *IP SAi rTo sone of Houston's plushnrestausrants G u(ty Middleton suggests' e
Port St. Joe Elmeentary School Thursday, January 12 Gene ox left Sunday or occoa, one of H ston' puise h re sta eltn G ey Mdleon t gges s Chet a
S Monday, January 9 Chicken and rice, buttered spin- Georgia, where he is attending ri. "a a shining, cruiser length car. He tell he e about our ig Olean
N a fished a ten dollar billn ou"t o. f. i aSweep, 'aleBgon fine Van, eusen
Baked beansM spiced ham, slices, ach, carrot sticks, cherry pie, white I 4gh school, after a two week Va- n b
turnippgreens, wektnpotato-mardsh-dbread and milk.o caion with his parents, Mr. and ptker tndn handed it to -the door- and Tulane dress shirts .. Sav.
'tunip grseensrl, 'w eer r t' e and mild sons wt his' parents, Mr. 'and .
ml. Hoe mrn.,"breHad rand y. ,Fr.d-y, J. i january n3 -r. Witon iOox ae d mly. "Hey oytae good care' of ings here 'will hb 25% ,to 35%! Mrs.
ilk. Backeye eas, spring sd, r.and Mrs. J. J. Larimore spent imy car" he. said, with a flourish of B.. says, 'Doin't forget to mention
Ml. .... i ]31ackoyo paeas,. spring _mJ u, ad ; S t. J nd*' .. "t
Tuesday, January0 i stewed' t omatoes, cheese rolls, frui t te 'eek end in Dotha. with their importance. I sure will, boss", .a- Betty Rose.its and coats, values
barbecue bmbunger on buns, jello white bread and milk. daughter, Mrs. James Williams and .ikeed t rm a. I own t one first e ju dressest p too, $49.50 now $25.61 1 price! Ye. 190
Fancy Meats, Groceries and Vegetables- 'we conclude it is not our preroga- friends t'll be a real carnival at
INSPECTS ARRANGEMENTS-Pictured above is Mrs. Thomas Moon, tive judge anyone. In the second Boyles during this mighty Clean
Ri C H I Presdent' of the Port St. Joe Garden Club, as she looks at one of place, we might well.be moredelib- Sweep Sale MUST SELL...
C S p e r A R the beautiful' Christmas arrangements at the club's annual Christ- rate 'and careful in forming opin- WILL SELL! Time now to make
mas party held in the home of 'Mrs. Dudley Vaughan on Decem- lone of others by their looks, posi- some SALEF 'PRICE cards ... See
her 8. tion or influence in life. Is it com- you at the Big Sweep. S'long. RGB.
(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST. JOE -- ON HIGHWAY 71) family While there they also at .r
AT WHITE CITY, FLORIDA tneded the weddingg of a eir grand- Worship With Us I0n Barbee Is Mrs. Minus of Port Went-
Ad HIECY FLRDaughter. d CHURCH of the worth -Georga, is visiting her
S --- THESE SPECIALS GOOD MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Mksd Euene Sus and sons of NAZARENE Name daughter a -lly, -Lr. and Mrs.
0 0. O with the 'C. A. Griffin family. Corner Long Ave. & Niles Rd. 4 AIESVILLE--Tony Barbee of
SHome Ownedad Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons We appreciate your Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson and Port St. Joe, has been named field t.. ''",
business and we will strive to serve you better in 1961 than ever before M daughter motored to Westville Fri- Sunday School___ 10:00 a.m. representative o0 t`he University of Ang rsttndiaguting/
Wholesale and Retail Your Dollar Goes Farther at RICH'S! day taking her mother home, who Mornng Worship 1100 a.m. lord studentormed luca- Aog seatendng e nag.
' WI Y ourADolla Go esFarth e er had e ten'irgstg la 'wievangelst Serv. 7:30 p.m. we te lr i / --"
Sp hasbeen visiting them for a while. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. L'tiona Analysis Committee. ration of Governor Bryant. n Ta-
m arece A trog of he Sn- Prayer Meetin Committee goals. are to spread lahassee Tuesday were Dr. and Mrs.
BILL Market r. DAVID RICH Produce r. and Training Center in Gaines. awareness of he problems andso. Bob King, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy 'Mc-
V. B. M.. yille is home visiting 'his parents, P'l'utions ;of higher education by send- Neill, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Ramsey
-B Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Arms.trong ing a personal contact force of rand' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dickens.
S The Best by Taste Pure Pork Link 0APPLES O ..his week. ON THE RADIO some sixty students to cities thourn-
h .APPLES out the state during the holidays. 't 1
C_ ii C Mr s. Nina Payne spent .the woPeek s e N Representbatives will urge heads 7#
COUNTRY HOME MADE $ RANGES 3 2 0Ma N inS iaye ana hin e -MORNING ''I u1w
A end in Bonifay and Marianna with of local organizations to adopt
S A S E friends and relatives. -- committee elms as part of their
SAUSAGE TANGERINES Bagsr and s. inie B. AllenDEVOTIONSors and will encourage
WHILE THEY LAS T GRAPEFRUIT had as their guests lst week, Mrs.. dentsto write their l ltors in
I Allen's brother and family from Monday thru Friday behalf of higher educate on.
FILL YOUR DEEP FREEZE WITH THIS SPECIAL! CUT FREE :Mr. Aand Mrs Cecil Holland and
L Hfamlyf. olqittM Ga il Hsland Sund With Local Ministers of 'the
C HEADPfamJly ,0f o1qeuitt, Gi., Vlled Sn-
Liday wit ithe W B. Holland fam""ily." "PS.
Woolelb" LbJOFF LAnn, Junior, and Billie Woods re- liance M r
OFFVturned home Friday after spending I
W h o le .2 9 .. A Presented As A Public Service n
the holidays in Sneads with their Prsne A oaPlRaioServi
grandmother, Mrs. David Coley. By Your Local Radio Station
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r fi 37o7 West 17th St. St. Andrew, Fla. Member FDIC and Florida National Group


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1961







THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.


THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1961


four years. Prior to that assignment operate out of the company's New
he was assistant production mana- York office.
ger at rthe Saint Louis plant, join- Mr. Coleman, who holds a 1939
ing the company in 1945 following B.S. degree in Chemical Engineer-
his discharge from the Chemical ing from Newark College of En-
Warfare Service with the rank 'of gineering, .came to Michigan Chem-
captain, ical- from Whitehall Laboratories
I Division -of American Home Pro-
In his new .assignment, Mr. ducts Corporation where he wa,
Pfrommer will be in charge of the !ou ion coordinator. Prior to
sales and market development of 'that he held various marketing and
Michigan's magnesia products, now rodction potions with Merck &
manufactured at Its new seawater o. i 15 i ears.
p t a a Co., Inc., for 15 years.
plant at Port St. Joe, and at Saint Mr. Coleman resides in Westfield,
Louis, Michigan. Included in the New Jersey, and will serve the
Florida plants products are the company's customers out of its
company's grades of periclase used New York office, 230 Park Avenue.
by its customers in the production __
of refractories.
Mr. Pfrommer will continue to Sernd 'he Star To A Friend


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SeB~c~rsdBP~~ -r


MRS. CLAUDE W. FERRELL, JR.


Belcher


- Ferrell


.,Miss Emma Jo Belcher, daughter of Mrs. Ada Wilhite, Washington,
D. b., aad Olaude Winton Ferrell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Win-
ton P:rrell, Sr., Port St. Joe, were.married Saturday, December 3, in
,the Pent'ecostal Holiness 'Church in Port St. Joe with the pastor, Rev.
Huber.t D. White,.l:otfficiating.

Michigan Chemical Appoints Three
Men To Company Executive Posts

Michigan' Ohemical. Corporation ,products development and market
announces the appointment 'of Tho- research. A graduate of Gosh-en
mas B. :Sparks as manager, Market "college, where he received n an A.
Research and Development iof its B. in OChemistry In 1948; he also
Chemical Division. Carl H. Pfrom- attended Notre Dame University,
mer has been named 'product mana- following 'which 'he joined Merck
ger, Magnesia 'Sales and George J. & 'Co., Inc., as a salesman. He came
Croleman, Jr.,. has joined the com- with Miebigan "Chemical in Sep-
pany as a technical sales reipresen- temnber,. 1957.
t'ative in the 'company's Eastern 'Mr. Pfrommer, who graduated
,sales territory. .- from Lafayette 'College In 1940
Previously iprodiuct.- manager,' wib -:-a -B.9.-de'gee' in C'hemfe'.ry,
'Chemical Division, Mr. 'Sparks has been-'eastern *sales manager for
will now be responsible foir new'*Michigan' Ohemical for the past


10 EXTRA YEARS OF LIFE
A baby born today can look forward to a life ex-
pectancy of almost 70 years. Back in 1930, the'in-
surance people figured life expectancy at only 60
years. Chiefly responsible for those 10 extra years
if life are today's wonder drugs -- drugs that did
not 'exist in 1930, 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


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH

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


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -..-. 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -... 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


BOYLES STAGS A MIGHTY '61 HOUSECLEANING!

It's Fast Cash Savings, Small Profits, Super Savings That Makes Boyles Tick!


G S BIG DISCOUNTS!
V IT'S ANO RYTHINGREAT VICTORY FOR LOWER PRICES AND SAVINGS AT BOYLES

YES# IT'S ANOTHER GREAT VICTORY FOR LOWER PRICES AND SAVINGS AT BOYLES..


NOW IN FULL SWING All mensfirst

Come Early! Cash Wins Again3 I f.rfut
HATS
Values up to

-$4.61 and
$6.61


1Iean Sweep
MAIA CAPflD I IC


IT'S YOUR HARD IUCI

IF YOU MISS THESE..


$'WC/AW/


*VM 1I J rva K hiRL
,,r i r .,l l, Clean Sweep of .
Sizes 2 to 14 All Wool' Clean-Sweep of
$ 1 o 1w. All Ladies DUSTERS 1/ OFF (F s fr
$5.61 and $761 and ROBES BENJAMIN
Clean iSweep, our. finer quality Rayon Tricot THEROFIHRIF
Ladies Panties __ 3 pr. $1.61 "RNe
Regular and extra sizes. White or pastels. _
Clean Sweep For girls 4 to 14.
w i ^ Outing Flannel and Broadcloth Pajamas -- pr. $1.61
M4r# / tClean Sweep Sale .Once again 1Boyles brings you first quality,
Full fashioned, New shades ...
NYLON HOSE --- all sizes, 39c pr.

SClean Sweep of .
Cfean Sweep First Quality Ladies Ladies Challis GOWNS $1.61 and $2.61
Rayon Tricot Panties Clean Sweep Dacron and Nylon Blend
White and pastels. Sizes. 4 to 1Q Half or Full length.
2pr. 61 Dacron and Nylon Blend
Pr. C SLIPS $1.61


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S' 'mClean Sweep Knee and stretch
Nylon Leotard SOX---- pr. 61c
A Clean -Sweep Group 177 P .41 "... ..... .
of Misweep and Ladles 77 p. Clean Sweep Top Mode Ladies
COTTON DRESSES ---- $2.61 f
DRESS SHOES and sizes 14 to 20 12V2 to 48.
ALL LEATHER FLATS A Clean Sweep Group 59 pairs
Values up to $9.95 Men's Rand and Randoraft Values
$2.61ande p po up to $16.95.
$2.61 and $3.61 pr. OXFORDS and LOAFERS
$5.61 to $9.61 pr.
A Clean Sweep Group Sturdy quality Star Brand and Scamperoo
Sizes for children and big boys. Values up to $6.95 pair.
/ STRAPS and OXFORDS $1.61 to $3.61
A Clean Sweep Group of Sizes for children and ladies
BEDROOM SHOES -- $1.00, $1.61, $2.61 pr.
Clean Sweep Sale Boy's 13% oz. Values up to $3.95.
Genuine Western
DUNGAREES Semi-Annual Sale Womens' Val. up to $12.95 All New styles
Worth 2.00 anywhere, anytime NATURAL BRIDGE SHOES -------$8.61 and $9.61
S 1.6V1 pr. Clean Sweep Group Men's Fine cotton
Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS each, $1.61
All sizes New patterns received in December
S Clean Sweep of our finest Van Heusen and
Tulane Values up to $5.95
7 SPORT SHIRTS ------$2.61 to $4.61




~ I L Lg Clean Sweep Group Fine Quality Val. to $7.95 Alterations 50c.
SLACKS & TROUSERS by Kahn & Happ $4.61 & $6.61
222 Reid Ave. Ph. 7-4261 Clean Sweep Men's and Boys Hapo and Monarch
Port St. Joe, Fla. -JACKETS and SUBURBAN COATS -- 25% OFF
Last Call Clean Sweep Clean Sweep Sale Big Dad, Stevens, fine twill Matching
About 3ea0 weep Men's Work Pants & Shirt Both for $4.61

Advance Patterns Clean Sweep Men's Zipper & Button styles LINED UNLINED
All types for ladies, girls and chil- DENIM JACKETS -- $5.61 $2.61
Iren. Value up to 65c. .
S EaIch 5 Clean Sweep all men's and boys fine
S EaCh .c ,, WOOL and ORLON SWEATERS ------ 25% OFF


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Two Free Parking Spaces for Your Convenience
at Our Back Door.


FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
IT'S

WALL ELECTRIC
COMPANY
DIAL BAll 7-4331


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


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.
EVENINGCWORSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) --.. 7:80 p.hn. m
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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THE STAR
Published Every Thursda At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florid
By The Star Publishing Company
WEuY R. RAMSEY Editor and PubUlher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer. columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BAu. 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Poetoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March S, -1879. -
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In -case of error or omissiton In advertisements, the pdlishers
do 5ot..-fldtliemselves liable for damage further than amount received for such

The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely aserts; the printed word thoroughly oonvinoe .
The spoke- word is lost; the printed word remaIs.



A Belated Resolution
We know that by now, you 'have already broken one or
maybe all, of your New Year's resolutions. But certainly, we all
need to improve, and the time-honored New Year resolution is
as good a time as any to start. Maybe now that you have depart-
ed from all your avowed good intentions the first of the year, you
' might take a look at this "Resolution" and recall some of the good
;intentions and will-power to fry it again.
"In 1961, mend a quarrel. Seek out a forgotten friend. Dis-,
miss suspicion, and replace it with trust. Write a love letter.
Share some treasure. Gift a soft answer Encourage youth. Man-
ifest your loyalty in word or deed. Keep a promise. Find the
time. Forego a grudge. Forgive an enemy, Listen. Apologize
if you were wrong. Try to understand Flout envy. Examine
your demands on others. Think first of someone else. Apprec-
iate. Be kind; be gentle. Laugh 4 little. Laugh a little more.
Deserve confidence. Take up arms against malicd. DTecry com-
placency. Express your gratitude. Go to church. Take plea-
sure in the' beauty and wonder of the earth. Speak your love.
Speak it agait. Speak it still once again.
"WE LIVE'IN DEEDS, NOT YEARS"
General Electric News


NO CONTEST


Not Our Type of "Publicity"


141 Businesses Are


Operatin .In Gulf


1 0

According To

Dun & Bradstreet

This, week Joseph F. Anderson,
district manager of the Jacksonville
office of Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.,
announcedd statement requests wper
ltailed to 141 businesses in Guilf
County. He said the figures were
obtained 'rom a physical count of
the Dun & Bradstreet Referenc3
Book of January, 1961.
According to Mr. Anderson, ea-n


We are one of those who did not appreciate the news story January, ,business concerns in all
in the Panama City. paper -last week concerning Port St. Joe's prts of the United Staoes are ask-
o o. oied by DuI & Bradstreet for copies
economic situation.of their financial statements.', This
Sure it's bad. We have- know it is bad for the past four year requests are being sent to
years by living with it. But it Ias not proven disastrous, as the about thr"e million 'business con-
article would imply., oernsr-to the corner grocery store
We do not believe the article will:better the situation w- north a ew thousand dollars as
nor was it news. well as to businesses worth unil-
nor was it news.. lt .
We would suggest for a follow-up article, just to ease our
peace of mind.over having Por-t St. Joe's situation spread all over The Dua & Bradstreet Reference
Northwest Florida -- that the same newspaper publish such an Book list hse manufacturers,
article concerning the economic, condition of Panama City. We .or rant co,'aercial credit bwuts It
doubt that it would, be necessary to look for many new 'words does not Include some of the ser-
to describe business conditions over there. From all we can'ga- vice and" professional businesses
other, talking to. Panama City businessmen, it is rough in the 'Bay such as beauty "and ,barber shops,
County ity also. seuriy dealers, and real estate
As a matter of fact, on a percentage basis, we believe Gulf brokers Thereore, ithe United
County and Port St. Joe in particular has made more progress in States would be higher than the
the past year than Bay CoPunty has.' We had nearly a fourteen per- three million quoted above.
cent increase in new homes built. did Panama City match this?
When the, owner or officer of a
We have one business house in Port St. Joe empty due to busi- business enterprise, or his accoun-
ness failure. Can Panama City match this? tant, tills in and ,mails his financial
We contend that even though times have been rough, they statement 'to Dun & Bradstreet, it
are just as rough in our neighbor's back yard. becomes a part of the credit re.
Port St. Joe has had four years of experience getting to the pot onn his businesss and a factor
in determininzt-h c+. ffl ait tnI Of


full time each month of the year. than $1200 will lose $1.00 in tbene-
Beginning in January, 1961, the fits ifor each $2.00 of earnings above
Retirees May Now $2080 per year limit no longer ap- $1200 up to $1500. Earnings above
y NOW p,e,; rather, the amount of earn- $1500 .will cause a loss of $1.00 in
Earn More Under ings which 'would prevent the pay- benefits 'for each $1.00 of earnings
SU r ment of ,benefits .depends on the in- above $1500. The reduction in bene-
[ .Iur- dividual' case. Accordingly, 'it -will .fits for earnings above $1200 will
i CU ty generally be to the advantage of ,be related to the total -benefits pay,
S S c rt r everyone of retirement age to file able to the family .group. Thus, it'
Individuals who have reached' re- their clliaim for *benefits now. will be possible to pay some bene.
As before, t-he individual- who fits' in some cases, ,even though the
.irement age, 65 for men, 62 for earns no more than $1200 per year individual works full time and earns
women/ should file their social se- is fully retired. Also, an individual more ,than $2080 per year.
purity claims now, if they have not is .considered retired for any month you shouldd contact your nearest
Already done so, even though 'they in which ihe does not earn more social security office, bringing your
are .working full time. A .new retire- 'than $100. and. does not render suib- i social *security card and an old re-
ment teit, ,which takes effect in stantial services in a trade or busi- cord of your age. The office for
January, 1961, may permit payment ness, even though his earnings go 'tbis area is located at 1135 Harri,.
of some social security benefits. 'over $1200 for the year. The retire- ',son Avenue, Panama City. The
The old .retirement 'test remains tment test does not apply 'after the telephone number is POplar 3-5331.
in -effect through 1960.and provides year that the individual reaches -
that. no benefits can *be paid if age 72.
earnings go over $2080 per year and Under the new retirement test, FOR RENT SIGNS. 10c each. The
the:6.erson under age 72 worked the individual who earns more' Star. Phone 7-161.


[Veterans Service Officer


To Call 'In Port St. Joe
Veterans of Gulf ownQ.y who
need assistance in obtaining bone-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Jim Weant,. Assit-
ant 'State Slervice. Officer.
Weant ..will visit this. area aiexIt
*week for the purpose of helping vet-
',erans or their dependents in tiling
claims for Compensation Benefits
or solving: their insurance problems.
This free 'service Includes, assist-
,ance to employers Jof veterans :an-
dEr the G0 Bill, .Vooational Train.
Sin, subsistence or other -prob-
lems .
During his. visit in this. ,aea;`.
Weant ,may' be contacted. at .the
Oity Hall. in .Port 'St. Joe, Friday,;
January 13, from ,8:00' .to 9:00 a.m.
and at the i'ty Hall on. he 'same.n
date from 8:45 to 9:45 aAn., CST.


point of gearing their business and living to adverse conditions,
and SJPC officials tell us that by the end of the year, we will be-
gin to see steady, well-f6unded improvements in our situation.
Panania City is just.starting to feel the pinch. Will they bear up
as well? Port St. Joe people have learned by not having the
.money. to afford the lixury of going on a trip to shop, that they
can do just as well or better here in Port St. Joe. Merchants in
Port St. Joe are becoming more and more aggressive with their
advertising and promotion experts in the hard sell.
We are of the opinion that conditions are about as normal
as they can be anywhere in abnormal times. We are progressing,
and we want the world to know it, because progress comes where
progress is evident.



Hunting the :Bobwhite
One of the most interesting birds in the United States is
the bobwhite, which is called a partridge in some sections of the
Southeast and quail in most parts of the country,
The bobwhite is a game bird which thrives on seed, peas
and weeds, and who prefers to walk rather than fly. Bobwhites
are beautiful birds, with brown and white feathers, black and
White dots, with the male of the species featuring a snow-white
ring around the neck.
They are comparatively thick. and- plump for birds and
excellent eating fare on the table.
The season is in in most parts.of the country and hunters
all the way from New England to Florida, and west as far as
Iowa, are hunting the bobwhite. They are hunted usually with
dogs, which point the coveys, and the hunting season is fairly
long, by normal hunting standards.
The bobwhite has many enemies, and most of them in
existence in the fall are dead by the end of the hunting season.
We write this editorial about these fascinating birds in the form
of a plea to hunters to spare the last few birds in a covey, because
the number of this popular game bird is constantly decreasing,
particularly in the highly-populated states.
The bird is becoming more rare because large-scale farm-
ing operations are increasing, pasturelands are being increasingly
expanded, and poor land is being turned to timber. Insecticides
may also affect the bird population.
We hope hunters in this area will accept this very sincere
suggestion in the tradition of good sportsmanship.


his business. Mailing the statement,
rather than, waiting for the Dun,.&
Bradst'reet reporter's call means a
concern's important suppliers 'will
qu cly 'have the latest facts .n'
which to make credit and sales de-
cisions. When ihe Dun & Brad-
street reporter receives a business
man's financial statement in ad-
vanoe of his periodic call, he can
make a more detailed analysis of
the financial condition of the busi-
r.ess and discuss its operation moro
intelligently.
Back of each 'listing of a business
in the Reference Book is a Dun &
Bradatreet credit report. The re-
port includes the following: a his-
tory of the business (who owns it,
who runs it, and how long it. has
been operating); a description of
what the business does and how it
does it; a financial section which
usually includes the latest finan-
cial statement; and a record. of
how the ,business pays its bills.
While credit reports are primar-
ily used -by business men who want
to evaluate the credit risk of a bus-
iness before shipping or selling, in-
surance underwriters also use cre-
dt' reports to review risks, rates
and' coverage for fire and other
types of insurance.
-


Take a Tempest out on the highway and put it through
its paces. This car is a whiz at moving into fast-stepping
company. on an expressway. Takes you from a standing
start to a safe operating speed in seconds ... gets you up
a steep hill in high gear.
Run the Tempest over the roughest road you can find. It
rides like the big ones because it's balanced! The engine's
up front-the transmission's in the rear. And it's got
independent suspension at all four wheels. Tires dig in
firm on curves and turns. Full 15-inch wheels make car
look big. Tires last. Brakes run cooler.
Before it hit the market, Tempest had 3,000,000 miles of
testing by engineers, pro drivers and a team of teenagers.
Its reliability checked out 100%. Owners have rolled up
millions more. The only kick is the one it puts back in
driving. Try it!


THE HOT TOPIC IS THE NEW
TEMPEST WPONTIAC


THE NEW TEMPEST IS SOLD AND SERVICED BY YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER




WIMBERLY MOTORS, INC.


AJ~146-


Port St Joe, Florida


Corner of Second'St. and Monument Ave.


NOMINATION BLANK -- JAYCEE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD'


Name of Nominee Date of Birth


State


Address'-


Nominator
Name of person submitting nomination

Achievements and nature of service:




(List and explain in detail the achievements, nature of- service, leadership ability, etc.,
bearing in mind that judging will be on the following basis: 1. Contributions to the general
community welfare; 2. Evidence of leadership ability, evidence of-personal or business
progress. Use additional, sheet of paper if necessary.)

List three references for the nominee:


Address


Name


Name Address


Address


Name


nominatorr)


(Range of horsepower choices from 110 to 155)


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. blade bone... only
Lb.


IGA TABLERITE


Shoulder Roast
IGA TABLERITE
Chuck Steak


59c

59c


LB.

TABLERITE
GROUND 1
BEEF
3 LBS. $139

TABLERITE
BRISKET
STEW
4 LBS. $1.00


OVEN PERFECT

FLOUR


10 Ib.
Bag-


ALLEN ALL GREEN.-- 803: Can-
[IM-A BEA NS
TABLERITE
CHEESEE SPREAD


IGA FROZEN
FRESH BABY
L I MA S
4 10 Oz. .9,
4 KGS.. 99
McKENZIE FROZEN
GREENS
Collards Mustard Turnip
G3 10 z. O,
PKGS. 39


2 cans 2 5 c
21 lb. loaf 7-9 c,
TABLEFRESH U. S. No. 1 WASH


IGA FROZEN FRESHLY
CREAM STYLE.:, .

3 FKGS. 49
A- z .
IGA. FROZEN FRESH
10CEA.N

1 LB.
PKG. 9


o0 lbs


otatoes39


SUNGOLD In Quarters
OLEO
2 LBS. 39o


:'OLDEN FINGER


Crisp Carrots
TABLEFRESH
GRAPEFRUIT


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With the .coming of the New Year, we aftIGA would
like to take this opportunity to rededicate ourselves to the
sole purpose of bringing you, the lady who pushes the cart,
the best in quality foods obtainable.
It has been our endeavor, in past, years, to satisfy your
every food need. 'Time and growth of IGA, of
course, means the changing of buying methods
and shopping procedure. We at IGA bring to *
you, these changes the moment they happen in
S drt ogiveyoulthe p.flnily allyour
food needs at prices that are as low as,or lower
than our competition. Your shopping comfort is'
a must for us. Ease of selection, as well as com-
plete selection, in every department in our store
is always foremost in our minds. We want to
serve you.. .we will serve you... every day in
every way. SHOP IGA IN 1961.
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BAG


1 Oc
EACH
5c


NOBOIL ,
BLEACH


QUART
BOTTLE


[GA REFRESHING -- 46 OZ. CAN


TOMATO JUICE


IGA INSTANT

DRY


JAY BIRD

Vienna
SOFT, ABSORBENT SCOTT

Tis ue


MILK


8 QUART
BOX


59c


29c


MAXWELL HOUSE

COFFEE


Reg.
Drip


PERFECTION LONG
GRAIN FANCY
RICE
3 LB.
CELLO 35


and I1 Lb. .
nd j Tin -
,LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
.OUTR 33^


ausage 5CA 4e


4 ROLLS
ONLY


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Plenty of Free Parking
Specials for January 5, 6 and 7
We Reserve Limit Rights
We Give
TOP VALUE STAMPS


4 c
JC


TABLERITE
.BEEF
SHORT
RIBS
LB. 39


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USDA Govt. Inspected (Whole) Dressed and Drawn


LB.


paid tri-
America fpr
-jfteer service
wes Savings Bond
May 1941, 'he n action's
..nks have ,been the principal .s-
Ssfg agents for more than two
millionn Series E Savings Bonds
bought by millions of citizens,
many of whom saved their first-
amoney through bonds. In the salute:
to the bank-ing profession, the
Treasury statement said:
"America's .banksp have sold near-
ly two billion separate Savings
oonds sinee 1941, at no ,cost to the
Government or the purchasers. The
OUd program and the Banking bus-
Iness have grown together. Hand in
hand, they've helped make Ameri-
cans the savtugest people in the
'world."
In responding 4o the salute; Carl
A. Bimson, President of the Valley
National Bank of Phoenix, Arizona,
and President of the American
Banker Association said:
"America's banks are proud to
be part of the Bond program. We
believe It is good tor America, an
economic stabilizer; it is good for
the Individual, the community, and
it is good for banking. The ipromo-
tion of Savings Bonds has helped
to make saver-s out of non-savers,
to revitalize rthe American tradi-
tloni of thrift, ad t-o build savings
In all forms to record levels.
\ "The American Bankers Associa-
tion congratulates the nation on
the 20-'year success story of the--U.
S. Savings Bonds -' program., -and
pledges its vigorous continued sup-
port."
The- Florida National Bank of
Port St. Joe is the local agent. or
,Spvings Bond ..


FECRailroad
Changes Status


A reorganized Florida.. East Ooast
Pail-way Oo. with tinantier EdwardI
.Bal as chairman of the board and'
president, ,Monday began operation
. -of, t he Jack-sonrville.Mitami -.railroad.
following procedure speclfled
-in-a, U. S. District ,Court order, re-
brganizatia-n managers went, thru
the'"necessary steps setting up a
temporary !board of directors i'o
serve until- a regular 'stock-holders
meeting next month.
The reorganization which return-
ed direction- 'of the rail -line to a
private corporation ended nearly 30 1
years of receivership -and' bankrupt- I


cy procedeings.
For 'more officers of the new
company, their election meant only
a change of hats. A majority has
Seen serving for the past year in
corresponding posts of .the old rail-
7 ay company.
With he reorganization, control
of the railway also passed into the
hands of the St. Joe Paper Oo., part
iof the Florida Alfred I. duPont es-
tate. Ball, the new company presi-
dent., is 'a trustee of the duPont es-
tate.
Other officers of the new railway
company include: Mrs. Irene Walsh
of Jiaksonville, secretary; A. C.
Hess of St. Augustine, assistant see-
retary; Fred Kent of Jacksonville,
treasurer; and S. D. 'Stoneburner
of Jacksonville, assistant treasurer.
Mrs. Walsh also is 'secretary of
the :St Joe Paper Co. and Stonebur-
ner is-the paper company treasurer.
Kent, a Jacksonville attorney and-
former chairman of the State Board
of Control, represented the duPont-
estate during the long court reor-
ganization proceedings.
:Reorganizatton managers were
Ball, J. Turner Butler, Jacksonville
attorney and H. E. Wolfe, St. Au-
gustine banker. In the formal tran-
a .ilon into private hands, they
changed -their status from 'mana-
gers 'to stockholders.
The new officers &spent 'a large
part of their thime Mond'ay signing
bonds of the new company, stock
certifica-tes and other necessary pa-
pers in connection with 'the reor-
ganization.
The old FEC company's financial
difficulties began -in 1931 "when it
defaulted on its first and refunding
-bond issues. Under the reorganiza-
tion plan, holders of the old FEC'
-bond's receive new bonds, stock in
the reorganized company and a
small payment in cas. ,
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"Super-Right" Tender

HALF OR WHOLE SHOULDER

Rolft ^m AM'
mr- AM^


stern Lamb Sale!


LB.


LB.



LB.


SUPER-RIGHT WESTERN LAMB

Breast
SUPER-RIGHT WESTERN LAMB

Patties


39c



59c



99C
LB.

59c
,LB.4

49C


ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED
SLICED BACON
SUPER-RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN
CUBED STEAKS
SWIFT BROOKFIELD PURE PORK
SAUSAGE 2,
FRESH HEADLESS LARGE
GREEN SHRIMP


lb. pkg. 45c

lb. 99c

1-lb. pkgs. 79c

lb. 75c


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Coffee Sale!


5 Lb. 39c
BAG


f N., y
FIRM RED RIPE
TOMATOES
2 Ibs. 29c-


WHITE HOUSE
EVAPORATED MILK
.-:So


MEAT 6/2 OZ. CAN,


2


A & P 27 OZ. CAN

SAUERKRAUT


Italian Foo00 d Festival
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE

RAVIOLI


15 Oz.
CANS


CHEF BOY-AR-DEE- 15/ OZ. CANS
SPAGHETTI and Meat Balls 2 for 39c


CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 18 2-3 OZ. PKG.
MEAT BALL DINNER


CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 25 2-3 OZ. PKG.
Spaghetti Dinners with Meat-


DETERGENT
VEL
GIANT
SIZE 67o


BATH SIZE
DIAL
2 BARS 39o
KEYSTONE SLICED .,
MUSHROOMS
7 OZ. 33
CAN 33o


pkg.55c


39c


DETERGENT
CHEER
LARGE
SIZE 330
REG. SIZE
DIAL
2 BARS 29o
HAWAIIAN
PUNCH
46 oZ. 37
CAN 37o


LADY BETTY

Prune JUICE
BUY 2 BOTTLES GET ONE BOTTLE FREE
2 QT. BOTTLES 82c

SHORTENING
GOLDEN FLUFFO 3 lb. can 71c


DETERGENT'
FAB
LARGE 33_
SIZE
LIQUID DETERGENT
VEL
22 OZ. 67
Bottle 67g


NYLONGE -
SP ONGE
PKG. OR
OF FOUR 35oY


THESE AD SPECIALS GOOD THRU JAN. 7
----- ------- ew r


CASHMERE
BOUQUET
3 REG.
BARS. B 29
LIQUID DETERGENT
SAIL
22 OZ. 43N
CAN 4


FOR COOKING and SALADS
JEWEL OIL
QUART 53L
BOTTLE 53


CASHMERE
BOUQUET
2 BATH EA
BARS
GERBER STRAINED
BABY FOOD
6 JARS 65%


SUNNYFIELD
PANCAKE MIX
2 27LB.


FOAMING CLEANSER
A-JAX
2 14 OZ.
CANS 33o
AIR PURIFIER
FL 0 R IENT
LARGE
SIZE 7
JIFFY
BISCUIT MIX


40 OZ.
BOX


294


39c


"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN TENDER


LA!
Half or Whole

40 to 50
Lb. Avg. LB. C
Cut and Wrapped
At No Extra Cost
For Your Freezer ,


Fancy Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
FLORIDA JUICY


ORAN, E


GOLDEN RIPE

Bananas lb. I Oc
FANCY RED ALL .PURPOSE .


AP PPL E&4
GREEN PASCAL '
CELER Y
2 stalks 13c


YOUR CHOICE of Grape, Orance or Pineapple-Grapefruit
HI-C DRINK 346-oz. cans 852c


SUNTANA BRAND LIGHT
CHUNK TUNA


cans 45 c


21c


27c


-33c

69c


A & P 46 OZ. CAN
TOMATO JUICE


NUTLEY
2Lb.
margarine 2Pks.
HANDY QUEEN ROUND (WEAVE)
LAUNDRY BASKET


Arndy 6 PACK CARTON


Pillsbury or Ballards
BISCUITS 3 pkgs. 25c
12 Oz. Can
ARMOUR STREET 49c
Armour's 12 Oz. Can
CORNED BEEF can 59c
Nabisco LB. PKG.
PREMIUM SALTINES pkg. 28c
Waldorf
BATHROOM TISSUE --.- 4 roll pkg. 37c
A & P Frozen 6 Oz. Can
GRAPE JUICE --.-----. 2cans 29c
Minute Maid Frozen 6 Oz. Can
ORANGE JUICE ------.. 4cans69c
Minute Maid. Frozen 12 Oz.'Can -
ORANGE JUICE- 3 cans$1.00
A & P Creamy
TUB BUTTER Ib. 73c
Ann Page All Varieties
CAKE MIXES -..--.----. boxes 45c


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Midget Investments With
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-Lb. Bag
_a" ".*-*- ",


L-


SUPER-RIGHT LAMB SHOULDER

CHOPS
SUPERkRIGHT WESTERN LAMB



SUPER-RIGHT WESTERN LAMB LB.

S1 HOPS 79c
SUPER-RIGHT WESTERN LAMB LB.

LAM --LEGS 65c


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THE STAR, 'P Qt St. Joe,-FPla. THURSDAY,_ JANUARY 5, 1981 thickly, well fertilized and, rrigat- F YOU ARE INTERESTED in
Sed when necessary, produced much CLASSIFI ADVERTISING saving money see us for anything
Higher than average yields and pro- you need in your home. STOP and OF,
S fits C chemicals, applied before the SWAP 3SHOP. .ERA
LO6 INNTY A N S NO T peaints -were planted, controlled FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses port. Unfurnished. Call 648-4370. 3t NOTICE SOC
"By CUBIE LAIRBD weeded: ,Studies revealed that lay- at St. Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom FOR RENT: Two -bedroom furni.I will not be responsible for any Tf
County- Agricultural -Extension Agent Iag pullets can .thrive and produce and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Diirn ed and two bedroom unfurni debts mde .by anyone other th of C
H^ Uni' ofFia *" eggs with less than the usual three or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12 ed apartments. At 522% Third St. s JAMES GRDtN hlsc
USDA, oUniv. of Fla. mCol'ege of.Agricultureand Cll7are feet of floor space and ras all 7-8642. tfc-12-f JA S G. GODWIN ed
dopraty Commissionerst pe rits a g housing co FOR RENT: bedroom houses or OR RENT one AWNMOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 at 2
peratng apartments. Furnished or unfur- FaOrtnents Cll 648-3104. Mrs. hoir Cit youth lawn and let me the
OFFICE HOURS:-10ianm. to.. pn, EST. Mon- ASC SIGNUP FOR 1961 utshed. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481 Farmer. tfc-12-8 rorry with upkeep of mower. Gulf _
d*ay through Friday, Courthouse, Wewaitchka Now. is the time to contact the at night. Mrs. hirey. tfc-10-6 Bervice Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- 'Po t
count y" offic Ls eb. VERY LOW winter rates on two on, Phone 7-7501. pose
e -- county ASn office, Lesli eCobot- FOR RENT: Furnished one bedrm. and threeibedroom furnished hou- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST enu
FARM FORESTER tures pay off. In tact, e time is r, Mondays til Ja- cotatge. Living room, dinette-kit- se t St. Joe Beach. J. D lark,8 ursani ot
The new ,FanForester, .F.S., not far off,when catlemen will 'be nary 15 if you are going to crry chen combined and bath. Four mi. phone 7-7771. tc-12-22 8:0g first p.m., Americanrsday Legion Home. come
Ralph Cor.bett, one-third time for able to afford .no other kind. uch 'ttt Ol conserving practices on from Port St. Joe on Hiway 30. FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish- THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Gulf county and twohrds tie lastre are called Florida's fore- yourplace during 1961 and you Pone Presnell at 7-5065. tf-11-17 ed houseat 1317 Long Ave. Call SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40 1. 0.
for Bay county, hee office in court- most arnm opportunity. In this sta, wish to apply for government cost- FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart. W. Long at 7-3974. tc SA F.-Meets second and fourth Ci
house in Panama" City, room 206 we are fortunate to 'have a great sharing monetary help in doing ment for couple only. Call Mrs. FOR RENT: 2 ,bedroom furnished Thursdays, 7:30 p.m in American busing
with P. 0. Box 1391 and phone PO potential for producing grass, these practices. This Agricultural Morgan Jones at 7-7641. 'tfc-11-24 house. Newly painted inside. Ad- weglon Ha~i. All members urged 0o day,
oth POO. Box, 1'9 nd phoneS P r tocag rs Sabilization and Conservation u;ts or couple with baby. At 1111 attend. .
3-7962. ,His home' phone is PO AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH offi s tirs n Gulf OR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Gariso Ave. all 72541. tc-1-5 Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon hold
3-7113. According to Mr. Corbett, STRIDES IN 1960 (AS) office tai in Gulf apartment in ostin Building. 116 Secretary: Theo Bishbp bers.
his job is, "To provide 'technical During 1960, Florida Agricultur- umty courthouse in Wewahitch- Monument Ave. Call BA 7-7816. tfc FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs
assistance to the landowner to en- al Experiment Setations developed ka, n the office once used by Home RENT--Upstairsapartment. Aduls only. Phone A.S M.-Regular- convocation of
able him to get the maximum yield and planned release of three new Demntr ent Agents ,. apartment. 1505 Monument Ave 4511. rls B 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
from hisapartment. 1505 M onument Ave. 2ndand hModays.Aloe7s7t.
from his .forest lnd. This includes table varieties of .Southernpeas, one C ob's hours ea-h IVIonday are 9:00 Phone 7-5771. tfc-12-29 FOR RENT: Unfurnished'two bed- ng brothers welcome.
analyzing a stand and' prescribing promising new tomato, tree new 'anm. to 4:00 p.m. Some of the Gulf 'room huose. Lange yard. Gas tank David H. Jones, 'High .Priest.
anathe er en an prescr, marking promeaches, ng new toape to th one County A2.C. practices available FOR RENT: One three bedroom and 'heater, blinds furnished. Phone Joel Lovett, Secretary
the proper treafnent, marking peaches, oe new grape with one wi house with breezeway and car- 5-1681. itc-1-5
trees for cutting or turpentine op- other on the -way and, a new v-ar- include planting grasses and le- T.. ... HERE WILL' BE a regular comr
rations,advice onnatural regen- ie.y of ate. All are being released g or soil protection, lim FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308 munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
orations, .'adviceonnatuiral regen- eiy of oaturery. All are being released or nd ert liz o eligible ands an Long Ave. Garage with large No. 111, F&AM every first ano
ratLn laying, including to nurerymen aid seedanen for .ti l a lity room. Price $7,000.00. Phone third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
Srhei.prara- ..hpai--nthe-nrease r and should .be available to crp, itial estalhimeint of a 7 5926. tfc-12-15
land-owner market this. meirehant- the public by lhe end of 1961.of at of rO r R SALE: Fire wood and cow
able timber". You may call or 'write A plan was announced to reduce s ase 'e te ci e om .anure. Call 648-4245 after. 6:00 JOSEPH C.F EVANS, W. M
Mr., Corbett or I. will contact 'him root-knot nematode populations in il or watershed protection, p.m. 3,tc-1-5 BILLY JOE RICH, .Sec.
for you 'if.you wish. vegetable 'lands ,by growing pure provement of a stand of forest 11 Master Masons cordially invited
* IMPROVED PASTURES PAY stands .o pangolagrass."or two or trees, constructing and enlarging TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191 FOR SALE: 2 .bedroom house nt
improved, wei ertilized, p a s- more yeans. 'Peanuts plated quite pen ge s LY. 2:45 P... ee m Neel n -4911
S. .to dispose of excess water and es- oATURDAY h12:09 P.M. 0or7-3411, t,
tablIsAhing summer and winter veg- D DDIMTIN -
etative soil cover for erosion pro- FOR SALE: 1960 Renault with he- lllI
THE HUR H section' by playing small grains THURSDAY FRIDAY ter, w otewal r. liger
T-ECH-C OF G VOand legumes. Come and, see Mr. and. assume payments. Call 9-1164 THE STAR
of Highland View Cob if you're planning ay of these or 7-8835.
WELCOMES YOU operations, as he tay ,be. .able to B Iew *'"u"'" P n
SUNDAY. SCHOOL 945 A.M. help you. I'd be glad, to discuss any FOR AL 4 nw VA houses on Phone 7-3161
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. of your farming operations with HER ONLY FLM IN 190 No down payment: Just closing
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR: .'6:0 P.M. you7 at any time and advise with costs or qualified veteran. -PRID- -
EVANGEleISTIC. SERVICE 8:00 P.M. you in regard 6io procedures, to em- GEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 --
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday), ploy, practices to perfilliams Avenue.
Plans for compliance with the ASC = A FOR SALE: 2 bedroom .furnished __
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor' program practices and specifica- house on front -lot at St. J -
on, the requirement, payments, in BIN Beach. Price$5000. hone 7-752 A PLUMBER
*'* '-, fl Ea-ECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners .+ Ai AA
.- :- -- -- ----- and 'floor polishersi Sales and CALL BEAMAN
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc- Plumbing Installatlon Rep
r lS METHODIST CHUR II SATURDAY ONLY Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone Contract Work A Specialty
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH CDWUBL FEATURE Bl 27... ....
John C. Carmichael, Pastor DOUBLE FEATUREF
Port St. Joe Florida FOR SALE bedroom hoUse a .Agnt for
/ or S oe Florlds 1710 Palm Blvd. Two years oadigent? foIr
"Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m. SHE. WAS HIS DREAM GIRL Ltveng room dra"esm, gSar e O Brand Name Plumbling Fixt
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. ... FOR REAL ~osal lauded. Ca BAl T 311. --CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMA"
AAu LPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Worship Hour '11:O a.m. PAT Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 forMB
BOONE -~(uick' expert service,.' tfc. "AMP U B
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m. E TAR BABY SITTING: ays only in 'my TWO LICENSED PLUMBERS Q
R "R. -- ~-' thome. FP' ne 9D 2231. '- 1'tc ..
S' AVAILABLE for income tax work 1107 GARRISON AVE
______,_--_ iim_ or special book work. Mrs. ~buck
.. ";. ~~~~~ntrit-+S~f -R -t.f ,e-B _,tct1_-- -Ph o, -fi* r 6.....


TICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
MEMBERS OF'c flZENS FED-
AL SAVINGS AND LOAN AS-
IATION OF PORT ST. JOE.
ie annual meeting of members
citizens federal ,Savings and 'Lan
citation of Port St. Joe will' be
Wednesday January 18, 1961,
:00 p.m., EST, in ithe office of
Association at 402 Third Street,
St". Joe, Florida, for the pur-
of electing Directors for the
ing term, and .to transact ainy
r business which may legally
e.before said meeting.
O.J 'STEVENS, Jr.
'Manager 2t-1-5
Itzeisi 'Fed'eral -will close for
less at 12:00 noon on Wednes-
January 18, 1961 in order to
the 'annual meeting of mnem-














CLASSIFIED ADS
fidget 1hestments With
Giant Returns


Matra,


ures
TE-.

ING SERVICE
DUTY TO. SERVE YOU
PHNIf BAlI 7-I41


i-''-''-^


FRESH GROUND

B EE F


ALL LEAN,

STEW MEAT

Lb. 59c


3-$1


FRYER PARTS
BREAST Ib.49c
LE G S ---lb.39c

WINGS- l-b. 29c


PLYMOUTH -- QUART JAR


SUGAR


Frozen Turnip, Mustard, Collard
GREENS pkg.10c
Frosty Acre -- 9-Inch
PEACH PIE 39c


Plymouth Wit
COFFEE


h 50 S & H Stamps
lb. 69c


WHITE GOLD With $10.00 Order or More

Salad Dressing


Fresh Florida
ORANGES
Red Eating
APPLES
Firm Hard Head
LETTUCE


10 LB. 89c


King Cole No. 2% Can
PEACHES
Yellow Rose


GREGORY PECK I
on Road I


with HARRY GUARDINO
RIP TORN GEORGE PEPPARD
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday


25c


FLOUR 101b.89c
American Beauty
CATSUP 2for39c


39c


each 2c


41b. bag 39c


head 19c


Fresh Bunches.
TURNIPS, COLLARDS


..An the great
Swhie Northlandl

NORTH To"
ALASKA
CIN EM lAScoP:
C O L O R ". .
co starring
CAPUCINE
SHAUGHNESSY


19C


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COMPARE Ousr one UMUTY
@oirKEOU mm mmme
COMPARENW ROAD IHZAIA GARAINITEE

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bruises or breaks caused by ROAD HAZARDS...glass,
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We will repair without charge or replace with '
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Replacement under either o these guarantees
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Firestone Premium Quality tires ...... 36 months
Firestone Butylaire tires ............ 30 months
Firestone "NYLON 500" tires ......... 27 months
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THE STAR, Port t. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1961


Saunders Gives We will never run a straight
Sounders Gives course in life for God with our eyes
(Continued from page 1) and hearts fixed upon the moveable
Company does not own iall the va- objects of this world. Let's make
cant lots in the City. Some of the church attendance a regular prac-
-lots we have sold have not -been tice each week. In the church we
developed. We have ,tried to reme- can anchor our souls to God and
dy this situation in the past couple trust In th ehangeless Christ to
of years by refusing to sell lots un- direct us through this changing
less the purchaser agrees to start -world.
construction -within one year.
We have never tried to dominate
any ;business In Port St. Joe except Craig Tells of Cage
the M'll, the Railroad and the Tele- tegy Kiwanis
phone and Telegraph Company- Strategy to Kiwanis
land we could have easily done oth- 'Coach Marion Craig talked to the
erwise. In 1937 and 1938 we were Kiwanis Club Tuesday explaining
forced to ,build homes for our em- the purposes of the games 'played
ployees. We could' have continued by the basketball ,team of Port St.,
in the building business by only Joe High School. Craig told the club !
selling lots .providing our building that this year's team has good pos-
company was permitted to 'build sibilities and will probably have a
,the houses. But in no way have we winning season. So far this season,
ever tried ito take advantage of the the Sharks have suffered only one
situation and interfere with or pre- defeat.
vent individual or private enter- Craig told the Club they will
prise. On 'the other hand we have, probably see a few low scores this
as many of you know, done many year. "When we go up against a
things to encourage iV. good team that is taller than we
By making a personal survey and are, the only way to win is to con-
count, I find, that there has been .trol thb ball. The only way .we can
not less than 635 new homes 'built control the ball against a good tall
south of lst Street in Port 'St. Joe team is to freeze the ball and shoot
since I came here In 1936. I am con- only when making points is fairly
fident that the building cost plus sure." Craig admitted that this type
lot cost and improvements, aver- game was unnerving, but added to
aged at least $8,000 per home. This the Sharks chances for a wir. in
means an original investment of games that would ordinarily .be
not less than $5,000,000.00. losses.
Add to 'this the 381 houses that Newly-installed President Calvin
have been ;built in the Quarters. ployd', outgoing president 0. C.
These houses must have had an ori- Dykes ,and vice-president Walter
ginal cost of $2000.00 per bho.se. iDodson will leave Sunday to at-
This means *an investment of $850,- Utond -the Kiwanis mid-winter con-
000.00, which makes a total original fereace in Tampa.
nivestonent of nearly $6,000,000.00. y.
What would today's replacement |
value be of all the homes in Port Florida Power Corp.
St. Joe? The homes that we hee here Gives Safety Awards
when I came (estimated at 125) aey wurs
and were not included in the fig- Jimmie B. Dykes, Florida Power
ures I juse gave, have been remod- Corporation line crewman at Craw-
eled and improved. Many of the fordville, was presented the Na-
homes which were built after 1936 tional Safety Council Presiden't's
have had extensive additions and Life Savings Award during the com-
betterments. pany's annual safety dinner meet-
I feel that an estimated average ing held January 4 in Apalachicopa.
replacement cost of $12,000 would Dylees received the 'award for
be very conservative. This means saving a four-year-old child from
that the 'homes south of 1st St., now drowning last year using the mouth
have a value in excess of $9,000,000. to mouth resuscitation method, ac-


Add to this the 381 homes in the
Quarters. At an estimated replace-
ment value of $1,500.000 means that
you and, I and the other citizens
have an investment in our City for
our homes in the amount of some
$10,000,000.
Is it any wonder that Port St. Joe
is getting the reputation of the
City of Beautiful Homes. You can
leave St. Petersburg and come north
on U. S. 19, and then follow the
Coast on U. S. 98 and the first
lovely and pretty City you come
to; 'the first 'City that really makes
an impression on you; is Port St.
Yoe. Don't take my word for it-
ask any 'tourist who has made 'the
trip.


JOB PRINTING

THE STAR

Phone 7-3161


cording to RR. G. Porter, district
manager for -the utility ere. Indi-
vidual safety certificates were pre-
sented to other employees denoting
1he number of safe years each had
worked.
H. B. McMahan,. FPO safety di-
rector, who -gave a slide talk on
safety with special emphasis on
electrie contact accidents, said that
the employees' Osafety record for
1960 was better than ,twice *as good
as the national average. He also:
announced that the company's pro-
duction department, which includes
all generating plant employees,
amassed more than a million safe
man-hours during the year.
Port St. Joe employees with the
longest safety records were: Por-
ter, 23 years; Mrs. Agnes C. Oul-
pepper, 18; James A. Cox, 14, and
Clifton W. Bobbins, 10.
In addition to the individual
awards, a certificate honoring the
district employees as a group for
eight years of injury-free work was
presented to Porter. j


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NOW LOCATED AT ST. JOE BEACH Phone 648-4443
Port St. Joe, Florida


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Church Attendance
Necessary to Christian
An old, old question is: 'Can I
be a Christian without joining the
church or attending its services?"
The answer is yes. It is possible.
But it is something like b.ing a
student who will not go to ~':tciol,
or a soldier -who 'will not join an '
army, or a citizen who does not pay
his taxes and vote. It is like a sea-
man on a ship without a crew, a
salesman with no customers, an
author with no readers, or a foot-
ban player without a team.
A farmer was trying to ,teach his
young son to plow. The lad had ex-
perienced much difficulty in keep-
i g his rows straight. The father
aidm, "Son, pick ,out some object
in the other side of the field and
keep your eyes firmly fixed on i:
as you run the row. The lad looked
across the field for a moment and
then started out. The row he at-
tempted was as crooked as could
be. When he had returned to the
,ide where he had started the fa-
ther said, "Son, what in the world
happened? That is the worst row
eet. Why didn't you pick out an
objectt as I said?"
The ,boy said, "I did," and point-
ed across the field.
The father looked and saw the
bwo horns of a cow which was graz-
ng In a pasture.


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FRIDAY
SALE
STARTS
JAN. 6
AT
8:00
A.M.


May the prescription
we so carefully
dispense for you
repay you a thousandfold
in good health.



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817 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, FIoNida


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