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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 12, 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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THE STAR


MONEY TAL.KS-Let's keeF
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchanthl


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1961 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 16


JAYCEES ENTER FLOAT USING CONSTITUTION THEME IN INAUGURATION Jaycees To Conduct Port



... St. Joe Community Survey
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S. Mrs. Rutland Project Will Accumulate Information On
L To Head Up All Phases of Civic Activity in City
Sof Dimes The Port St. Joe Jaycees began Tuesday the long-reaching
s s T e f arc. s project of conducting a Community Survey of the Port St. Joe
area. Project chairmen John Howard and Ashley Costin expect
SJoe Mira, permanent chairman the project. to become three months in the making.
for the Gulf-ou.nty hapter of the The survey will include a cen-
SNational Foundation announced sus 'of the Port St. Joe area of personnel, welfare agencies, and
this week that it's again March of citizens, businesses, churches, all pertinent information that
Dime mouth. Mira. also told of the will include every phase of ac-
schools, civic groups and mem- t c government and
S* appointmelint .of Mrs. Don Rutla:td e g tivity, civic, ve menta and a
the atmea gn director o und bership, government services and personal in and arourid, Port St.
raisin,.and -urged: that the people Joe.
of the county gire their support ,o J sA special feature of the survey
the effort. Jaycees To Sponsor wi e an opinion o. eo
Mrs. Rutland has plaoilned a cm- will be conducted by the Jaycees
Sprhen sie program thf, tco r t Teen Road-E-O ea.h phase of the survey. as to
entiremonth'of.Januaui, Teenagers 'the efficiency of present facilities
Sof e he community awil be ,selling The Port St. Joe Jaycees 'voted and needs of the community. The
SAthet Nyw Marcs ofrDmts iad Tuesday night to sponsor a Teen- Jaycees will make a city-wide sfur-
Rolls; and they plai't ian road Age ,Road-E-O n the Port St. Joe vey of citizens for these opinions
blocks on thehighway on each High: School on January 21. which will probably get under way
t erSaturda of of nonth. 'oue coinFThe Road-E-O will mbe conducted sometime in March.
"Ma-d -yOfR e A i the moth.s The coin month on a nai 0Son- isde ,basis At present the Jaycees are con-
'will be a coffeee day" downtown b ayces.b The project is to pro- cerned with taking a census of
CIon trttoward eA end. of the month and te safe drivers among een-agers. all facilities and activities pro-
Oft.merchants Uae gIng to be asked eligible to enter the local con- vided for the citizens of Port St.
t 5to contribute to a pse the. iuak- test will be licensed drivers of Joe. This census phase of the
et" brigade. The campaign wilI cul- _high school 'age. The drivers ill over-all project will be completed
m inmate with 'the traditional Mo- run an obstacle course, set up b y by February 14 at which time the
their's March on January 31. t he Jaycees headquarters. The win- "opinion" teams will be named
Mrs. 'Rutland asked- that, very- nor of th'e Road-EO will be taken and begin their task of getting
one cooperate to the fullest L' this to Fort Walton Beach on Saturday, the "voice of the people" on the
Pictured above is the float entered by the Port St. Joe Jaycees Munn. Catherine Duren, Rita Cooper, Pat Kerrigan, Madeline Gill arinpaxign. -Ja w uary 28 to compete in district community and its services.
in the Governor's Inaugural Parade last Tuesday in Tallahassee. and Alice Land. contest. The wi inner of tohe district Division airmen of the Com-in
The float advertised Port St Joe and Gulf County and featured The Jaycees were aided in their project by: Clyde A. Fite for MARCH OF DIME contest wil g to Pensacola on munity De velo pment survey a:
a replica of the Monument. The Jaycees constructed the float dur- lettering work on the Monument;it W. Durenonating truck and ACTIVITIES February 4to ry for state honors. People, Wesley R. Ramsey; OrgaA-
ng the Christmas holidays in the Port St. Joe High School manual trailer for transporting the float Bill Holten, p ting sign on the he New March of Dimes In Th tate winner will go to Wash- itions, Harry Tison; Government,
ing therCitma s hoida y ith reBene the Po artksJoe High Scy hoorfloat; Bill H olten, painting sign on the Powet ron 'up all oo c he auxiDCtry for th at. Jd i y ie
arts shop. The framework of the Monument replica was covered side of the floa trailer; Pete Comforter, grassfloor for float; and d torondp all ooe hage lton, D. .:to tryor the National R. H. Elley; Social Agencies and
with mill paper coated with aluminum foil. the First BaptistChurch of Tallahassee for furnishing facilities for ort during the intl- hapionsipes. e rehurhes, Joe Stevens; ao
Decorating the float with their lovely presence were: Connie the girls to change into their gowns. o f January i io in completed dist- The Jaycees o have se poured ae Ashley ousti and Dick Lavber-
S. ,te'butio .of coin collectors through- services of the Florida Highway son; Tourist, Wade Barrire; Ap-
:ut 'he city. Patrol to ac' as judges'. pearance, Marion Parkero; Health,
S ARKS WIN TWO URING WEEK Church Attendance Retal Merchants HLh School students placed the aye h ,wats.i chairman Jtn,,. Guilford; education, J
blue and white containers in stores, of. the Teen-AkenR Drip t i Road-E.0 Parrott; Recreation, Aaron Cooley'
TO .00O SEASON RE 0RB TO 5- r LeT",s A Name Committee (Continued On Page 4) ontest.a rectorySection, Tom Frd.
Ion, 89 and Worship IServices, 250. Port St. Joe's Retail Merchant's
tFIRST BAPTIST CH URCH Division of 'the' Chamber of Co-
Meet Toughe Malone and points respectively. Sunday school 254; i Worship ser- I
oPora t :30 poe'.. A egers jmped of vices, 422 nad Training Union, 132. t.erce anet in a dinner meeting .
Here Tomorrow Night ton ea grs u ed WHITE CITY BAPTIST l last Friday 'at noon to complete ... -. ..
The Port St. Joe .Sharks contin ,ihich they never relinquished. The ion, 66 and Worship services, 11. their organization for the ear ". -
ed their winning ways Monday bySharks iced the contest with a 23- CHURCH of the NAZARENE ahead. '. ".
olen Glte thniar fif vaiory o t point sunge in the second period. Sunday school 58; Worship ser- Ohairman, Wayne Buttram, all- '
rolling to thir fith victory o the The Chapman. sq d is winless in vces, 113; NYPS, 16. ed the meeting to 'order and call-
season on their home court. They two outings. Port St. Joe has lost' Snday sh lL2E CH1; Worship ser- ed for the names of steering com-
walloped, arch-rival Chlapmn ITigh one. vices, 54; Young People, 10. .mittee chairmen. Those named .. .
of Apalachicola, 65-31. Port St. Joe's Baby Sharks doe- Oak Grove Assembly of God were: representing food stores, Ed
Don dner, Sft. Joe enter, led eated the Apalachicola "B" squad Sunda !Sohool, 201; Worship ser- Woods; .,hardware stores, Jimmy r
Don Gardner, St. Joe center, led n e'Juo varsity prelim vices, 221; Children's 'church, 25; sp ay o .J
all scoring with 26 points. Bo Wil- Christian Cadets, 79; C. A. Service, ostin; specialty stores, Mr Jae
inary contest. Don Young 'was the 17 Lapeyrouse; drug stores, John Rob-
lams added 11 markers ,for the game's high point man with seven. Highland View Methodist 6rt Smith; department ,stores, Oal-
Sharks. Sharks fg ft tp I Apalach fg ft tp Sunday school 38; Worship ser- vin Owens; 'automobile dealers,
Milton Ward and Billy Duncan Munn 2 3 7 Dug'gar 1 4 6 'ices, 70, MYF, 7. Otis Pyle and miscellaneous, We-
were high for the losers with 11 Gardner 11 4 26 |Duncan 4 2 10 Prayer meeting, 7; Sunday school ley R. Ramsey. Chairmen for the
Ray, A. 2 0 4 1Galoway 2 0 4 39; Young People, 7; Worship ser- furniture and service station cate-
Dawson 1 5 7 Ward, 4 3 11 vices, 68. gories were not named.
J CNe Boyer 1 D'21MceCloud 0 0 0 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH A sales .promotion committee of
Williams 4 3 11 avides, 280so. ;lWesley R. Ramsey, Ed Woods, Bob
Talks To Kiwanis Ray,. 20 4 S4i'dwell', Glenn Boyles and Jimmy
Gibson 2 0o41 Costin -was named. -
SHARKS 85, ALTHA 54 Kenneth Whitfield The next meeting of the group i. """ "" ....
James T. McNeill was the guest The Port St. Joe Sharks downed will be 'held on the last Friday in
speaker at the Kiwanis Club meet- the Altha Wildcats for the second Talks About Banking Februarr Aat noon -- -.
ing Tuesday noon. McNeill told the time this season last Friday nightAUXILIARY POWER-Shown above is one of the big 187,000 pound generating plants being installed
Club about the operations of the on their home court by a score of Kenneth Whitfield, ass I stant bythe Florida Power Corporation at their substation on Tenth StreetTh generators will provide
Florida Tulrnpike Authority. 85 to 54. 'cashier of the Wewahitohki State McNeill Turpike 'auxliary power for Port S~t. Joe in case of transmission line interruption. (Star photo)
The Authority was created in Bob Munn took the scoring hon- Bank was the guttest speaker foro-Fr P
1953 'to provide a through road sy:- ors for the Sharks with 23 points. th.e Rotary 'Olub meeting last 'Thurs. SecretaryFTreasdrer Ie"Cr In s a lin
tern for tourists 'to 'travel to the va- Joe Evans, Jimmy Wilder and Jim- day. Whitfield spoke bout the in- O O W .
cationlands of South FlorIda. He my Dawson all got into the multi, tricities of the 'banking business. In an organization rqeiting of
said .the Authority plans additional ple scoring column to aid the Shark Speaking of the makeup of the the Florida State Turplke Au-
construction to relieve the crowded cause .with 16, 13 and 14 points re- governing bodies of banks, Whit- thority last week ir* Tampa, O EerVen cv
raiffic arteries In other parts of spectively. field stated that all ;banks are gov- James T. McNeill of Port St. Joe
the state. Melton paced the Wildcats ,with erned by 'a group of stockholders, was elected secretary-treasurer of
SIn speaking of the Authority 22 points., a board of directors and the staff the organization.
members, McNeill said the mem- Sharks fg ft tp Aitha fg ft tp of employees in that order. Whit- McNeill began a four-year term iflorida Power 'Corporation will Porter stated that Port S. Joe's Mail Nominations For
bers served 'at no salary "with the Mun 9 5 23 Ray 5 6 1'6 field said that the number of banks on the Turnpike Autnority on complete next week a system of requirements now amount to around
exception of the chairman 'who re Wilder 5 3 13 Melton 7 8 22 in the U. S. is growing 'with an in- January 3 after receivir)g his ap- providing auxiliary electric power 4,000 'kw. The generators will fur- Outstanding Young Man
ceives $12,000 a year. Their f'unc- Gardner 3 0( 6 Martin 1 2 4 crease of 365 .new ,banks last year. piontment from Governor Far- for the City of Port St. Joe to serve nish 2,000 'kw, and Porter said that
tion is the construction 'and opera- Evans 6 4 16 McCroan 0 8 8 These range in size from. the Bank ris Bryant. qi case of transmission line trott- the 'SJ'PC will be able to furnish the Don't forget your nomination
tion of Turnpikes in 'the State of Dawnsion 6 2 14 f Thomas 1 2 4 of America with combined assets tIe. This emergency source of ow- 'balance of the 'power demand in for the Most Outstanding Young
Florida. Buyer 2 0 4 of more than all Florida banks com- er is two deisel generators' pow- emergencies. "This will eliminate Man of the Year for Port St. Joe
McNeill said these super roads Williams 33 9 bined to the small community Chamber of Commerce ered by 1,460 'hp. deisel engines a prolonged power shut-off due to nominptiion. The nominations
Cost the statelnoyhiig in taxes, bey NEXT WEEK'S GAMES banks such as the Wewahitohka l now being Installed at the Flor- emergencies", said Porter. should be in by January 20 for
ing toalld y financed iby revenue The Sharks will play host thmer- Stabe Bank. To Elect Officers ida Power Corpatlon sub-station on The auxiliary power plants are judging.
bonds anl paid f by toll~s charged, row night to the Malone quintet in "he main income of banks, of ? enth Street. Each of the genera- actually the power units of deisel Send all nominations to Jaycee
Last week the (Sunshine State what .houl !be a test of theyr course, is the interest received on The Port St. Joe j'ha~mlber of tors 'will furnish 1,000 kw of elec- locomotives. The units were pulled Nomination Award, P. 0. Box 308
Parkway had recei.pts of $124,000.00.strength. On Tuesday of next week loans. Many other sources of rave- Commerce members will meet .for Iricity. into Port St. Joe on the AN Rail- Port St. Joe. A nomination blank
McNeill said the Florida turnpike the Sharks will travel to Apalachi- aue also furnish a small portion their 'annual election meeting Mon- According to Richard P~orter, FPC road tracks and trucked to the sub- is provided~ in this newspaper.
had proved very successfully being cola. of a (bank's income such as service d'ay aight, January 16 at the Epis- manager here in Port :St. Joe, pow- station. All nominees must be 35 years
third in t.he nation in earning pow- _. charges, interest on bonds, sale of copal Parish House, at 8:900p.,m. er interruptions in the past have Each of the 'big power plants of age or younger, and must have
er. travellers and cashier's cheeks, All Chamber members are urg- not bothered Port St. Joe very weighs 187,000 pounds. a record of civic activities.
McNeill said that the new board Band Parents Will etc. ed to attend. much due to the fact that the Pow- Porter said that these auxiliary The award will be presented at
is already ,becoming active. They Meet Tonight At 7:30 'Whitfield said there are many The election part of the 'program er Company relied on the St Joe power plants will remain in Port a banquet Tuesday, January 24
have met with bankers, engineers reasons a check is returned not will choose four directors for the Paper Company to furnish auxiliary St. Joe until an additional power to be held at the Gulf Sands Res-
and other 'groups familiarizing There will be a meeting of the paid. The main reason 'was insuffi- Chamber. Those retiring directors power in cases of emergency. Por- supply line can be constructed from taurant.
themselves with the Pike operation Band Parent's Association tonight cdent funds. Other reasons includ- are E. Tom Pridgeon, St., Dr. Joe tor said that Port St Joe's power FPC's Suwannee River plant. This
and needs for the future. at 7:30 p.m. All members of the ed staIe date, wrong endorsement, Hendrix and G. F. Lawrence. A demands have now grown so great line is expected to be completed in Tallahassee Visitor
At present the Florida Turnpike Association and those interested in no endorsement, not signed and a 'fourth director will be named to that the Paper Company cannot about two years. K. B. Benton or Tallahassee vis-
'begins at Ft. Pierce and ends at tht, high school band are urged to 'host of other reasons that are de- .serve out the unexpired term of supply them-hence, the installa- ited recently with his sister, Mrs.
Golden Glades near Miami. attend this 'business session. signed to protect .he writer. Martin Begley. tion of the two generators. Send T'h, Sts to i trLu a .T. E. Parker, Sr.









Historical Society Seeking Documents

And Pictures of Constitution Signers

The regular meeting of the St. portraits of delegates o the 1838
Jospeh Historical Society was held Constitutional Convention held in
,Saturday, January 7. 'St. Joseph. Each State Representas-
A resolution was entered into the tive and State Senator from the:
minutes expressing the :Society's delegates respective counties ana
gratitude to Pete Comforter for his districts has been contacted in an
time and spirit of civic .pride in re- effort -to secure the data. .The re-
s.oring the broken tombstones in sponse to _these l .teys has
the old St. Jospeh cemetery, Jeen most gratifying and encour-
A report was :presented by Mrsegngd. A total of .ten portraits .of
Ned S. Porter, presidnet, concerp- ,delegates l ve ,been discovered
- Ing the statewide search being con- thus far.
ducted by the St. Joseph Historical A motion was made and unani-
Society to obtain documents. and enously approvedd that -the Society
purchase negatives of the delegates
at $3.00 each from the following
sources:
The Hillsborough County Histori-
cal Commission: George T. Ward,
Jackson Morton, John C. McGhee,
TELEPHONE: BAH 7-41,91 Richard I. Mays, James G. Cooper,
TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191 William B. Hooker.
OPEN DAILY. 2:46 P.A. The St. Augustine Historictl So-
sATURDAY 12:45 P.M, ciety: Jose S. Sanchez, Robert
Raymond Reid and David Levy.
THURSDAY FRIDAY Guy M. McClain, County Judge,
LaFayette -County: George E. Mc-
01elln.
'Macumba Love' t is interesting to .note that one
of the above named delegates, John
Walter Reed C, McGhee,: a -planter of Madison,
Ziva Rodann was later (resident of the Seces-
June Wildinson sion Convention which met in Tal-
lahasee exactly 10 years .ago this

SATURDAY ~ONLY Further plans were made for the
ATURDA)l cNLYT annual dinner meeting 'to be held
..nt., in February. Members attending
LEO HUNTZ the meeting to .be held In February.
GORCEY HALL Members attending the meeting
and the BOWERY BOYS were Mrs. Ned -S. Porter, Mrs. R.
H. Brinson,1 Benjaamin H. Dickens
&and Charles B. Smith.

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Eta Upsilon Chapter THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1961
Holds Regular Meeting CARD OF THANKS and the Rev. C. A. Lundy, White
Our family joins me in express- City and P. G. -Safford, Ft. McCoy
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta ing our thanks 'to every-one for the at the time of our bereavement in
Sigma Phi held their regular meet- beautiful floral offerings, the deli-1 the loss of our beloved husband,
SLa.g Tuesday, December 3 in the ccious food, .also to the funeral di- Homer Echols.
home of Mrs. Edwin Petrsa. rector, 'Mr. 'Comforter, Dr. Wager MR'S. LILLIE ECHOLS


CHASON GODWIN
ENGAGEMENT TOLD-Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Chason announce
the engagement of their daughter, Connie, to Cary V. Godwin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. James Godwin -of Oak Grove Community near
McDavid, Florida in Escambia County.
The wedding will be an event of February 25 in the First Bap-
tist Churoh at 7:00 p.m.
There will 'be no invitations mailed -but all friends and relatives
of the couple are invited to attend. (photo by Lyn-art Studio)


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Wed., Thursday and Friday

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30,000 is the most famous num-
ber of the year. It's every '61
Ford owner's license to save.
How can Ford do it? Conven-
tional chassis lubrication fit-
tings have been replaced with
metal plugs that help protect
each lubrication point against
abrasive mud, dirt and dust.
And then, for only about $4
and about 20 minutes your Ford
is ready for another 30,000!
This is just one of the many
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TAKES CARE OF ITSELF
Lubricates itself-You'll normally ,go 30,000 miles
between chassis lubrications (Which cost only about
$4.00 and take about 20 minutes) because Ford
has replaced conventional grease fittings with a
sealed-in lubrication system.
Cleans its own oil-You'll go 4,000 miles between
oil changes because Ford's Full-Flow oil filter gives
you filtration through fibers .': trapping more dirt
than any other type of filter made.
Adjusts its own brakes-New Truck Size brakes
adjust themselves-automatically.
Guards its own muffler-Ford mufflers are double-
wrapped and aluminized to last three times as long
as ordinary mufflers.
Protects its own body-All vital underbody parts
are specially processed to resist rust and corrosion,
even to galvanizing the body panels beneath the
doors.
Takes care of its own finish-Just wash and clean
Ford's new Diamond Lustre Finish and it continues
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to find anything to turn them from
ithe church and its ,program. There
is room for every woman to serve
in some capacity.
Mrs. R. E. King,
Publicity Chairman


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Mrs. Peters, vice-president, pre-
sided in the absence of 'the presi
.lent, Mrs. David Jones. The .mee:-
ing was opened 'by repeating the
opening ritual in unison. The trea.
surer's report was glveis .by Mi's
Cordon Farris. All old and new
business was brought fo'waid anu'
discussed. -
,: Mrs. Ralph Ward *was in charge
cf the ,program, "Giving and R,-
ceiving Friendship", and a very in.
teresting talk was enjoyed by all.
The Pledge training session was
presented *by Mrs. Peters.
The meeting was closed .by re-
,peating the closing ritual in unison.
Those taking part in the evening
program were Mrs. John Scott, Mrs.
Gordon Farris, Mrs. Walter Brown,
Mrs. Ralph Ward, Mrs. Terry Hi-
note, Mrs. Braxton Ward, Mrs. Har-
ry Murphy, Mrs. Edwin Peters and
Mrs. William F. Wager, chapter
sponsor.
Refreshments were served to all
.by the hostess, Mrs. Peters

First Baptist WMU
Meets At Church
The WMU of the First Baptist
Church met at the church Monday
afternoon at 3:00 p.m. for a royal
service program. There were 19
members present.
Program chairman, Mrs. Mildred
Montgomery, was in charge of the
devotional. Scripture was read
from -1 John 4-7, 20 and 21. The
subject of the program was "May
We Know Our Saviour's Love". Mrs.
*Montgomery led in prayer. A film
of the Indians in the Southwest was
shown. The meeting was opened ;by
-all singing, "Love Lifted Me".
'Mrs. W. M. Chafin dismissed the
'program with prayer.
Circles next -week will meet as
follows:
S.Circle One, Mrs. W. I. -Carden.
,Circle Two, 'Mrs. Lonnie Bell.
'Circle Three, Mrs. Joel Bracewell.
Circle Four, 'Mrs. Mildred Mont-
gomery.
'Circle Five, Mrs. Lou Taylor.
WM:S Circle No. 3 (Beaoh circle)
will meet Wednesday morning .at
9:30 a.m.

Presbyterian Women Hold
Regular Monthly Meeting

Presbyterian Women of the
Church held their regular monthly
business and general meeting Mon-
day, Decemlber 9 at 3:30 p.m. in the
sanctuary of .the church.
President Mrs. Henry Campbell'
called the meeting to order. The
roll was called and the minutess of
the last meeting were read.
After the business .portion of the
meeting, Mrs. Jim Perritt opened
the program with the devotional.
Mrs. C. W. Long, vice-president,,
led the theme of the program, "God
calls his people to a community of
love". In addition to Mrs. Long,
those taking part in the program
were Mrs. John Robert Smith and
Mrs. Sidney Brown.

WSCS Holds Joint Business
And Program Meeting
The January joint business auj
piagram .meeting of the Woman-s
Society of Christian .Servico :nief
tl.e church Monday at 3:00 1 m.
Mrs. W. D. Jones, president, pr:
bIded at 'the business meeting
Mrs. Lindsey Temple wts in
c'laie of .the 'program en ;e',
"Afecalling Our Heritage"'an!l ..x-
l'.,.ding Our Horizons".
This topic was splendidly car-
ried *through. from the beginning of
Home. Missions up to the present
day 'with a challenge 'to everyone
to ask herself what she is doing ro
let the life of -Ohrist continue to
Vve in her personality. Those who
took part as charter and old -mem-
bers of home mission work were
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Mrs. Jaftes Mc-
Neill and Mrs. Ed Ramsey.
Their contributions were .bridged
to modern day mission work by
- Mrs. W. D. Jones. Mrs. John Car-
[michael, Mrs. Lindsey Temple and
Mrs. Don Rutland contributed con-
versations of today's home mission
work. -
There were 23 ladies present to
enjoy the program of Methodist
church work.
If you are not interested or ac-
tive in the woman's role in the
church it just might be that the
Communist cause in America is be-
ing fanned by complacency. The
church stands in the way of this
menace to human society. Commun-
ism delights in seeing a people t.ry


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"SUPER-RIGHT" TENDER SMOKED


PICNICS


HALF


or LB..
WHOLE
UPER-RIGHT" TENDER SMOKED
SLICED PICNICS lb
"SUPER-RIGHT LEAN MEATY PORK
SPARE RIBS lb
-/SUPER-RIGHT" SUGAR CURED THICK
SLICED BACON 2 BO


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MORTON'S FROZEN
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2-11 -oz. pkgs.
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GERBER STRAINED
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6 JARS 65


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Saturday,
January 14


2 Ibs,


MAINE RUSSETS
POTATOES


59c


P
p
14 C
CAN


Sunshine
HI-HO CRACKERS
Marcal Embossed
TEA NAPKINS 2
Marcal Embossed
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Ib. pkg. 35c


pkgs. of 80


pkg.


Marcal, Embossed
PASTEL NAPKINS 2 pkgs. of 60


Marcal-White or Colored
MARCAL 'HANKIES
Kitchen Charm
WAXED PAPER 1
Scott
SOFT WEVE TISSUE


3 pkgs.
00 ft. roll


23c
17c
21c
25c
21c


2 rolls 27c


Reynold's Heavy Duty
ALUMINUM FOIL 25'x18" roll


65c


Morton's Frozen Apple or Cherry
FRUIT PIES each 39c
Morton's Frozen Macaroni and
CHEESE DINNER 21c
Bondware Hot Tempo-9 Oz.
PAPER CUPS 15 cups 29c
Bondware White 9"
PAPER PLATES 40 plates 49c


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FOR COOKING and SALADS
WESSON OIL
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3 OZ.29
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Evap. Milk C16 79c
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Detergent 49c
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SUNNY FIELD
FANCY RICE 2 lb. bag 29c
A & P QUICK FROZEN FORDHOOK
LIMA BEANS 2 pkgs. 33c


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JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED

Mince Pie


TREATS

49c


Jane Parker Delicious Chocolate or Cherry
ICED LAYER CAKE 49c
WITH BEANS 15 OZ. CAN
HORMEL CHILI 3 cans $1.00


lb. bag 39 c

lb. pkg. 5 3 c


FIRM RED RIPE

TOMATOES


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10 Pound Bag


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17-oz.
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A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
VITAL STATISTICS ABE
VITAL
Vital statistics deal with the
records of births, deaths, dis-
eases, and the geographical dis-
tribution and physical environ-
ment of mankind. Many peoples,
the ancient, Hebrews and Ro-
mans for instance,-kept records
of their population by census.
Births were being counted dur-
ing the second century A.D. and
data regarding deat-s became of
interest to, the public in the Mid-
dle. Ages. .....
The firstlaw requiring the re-
porting of deaths was passed in
London in 1592; 'In 1693, the
city of Breslau, Germany, com-
piled vital statistics to show the
proportion of men able to bear
arms and to estimate death
rates. As early as 1632, the
Grand Assembly of Virginia re-
quired ministers or wardens
from every parish provide
I each year a register of christen- -
ings, marriages, and burians la
the year of-1815-, there ,were'
some four cities an the United
States keeping death records. In
1842, Massachusetts pased.the
fist modern registrar law.
Whe clekAmeriean Medical
Association aOrganized ia
SPhiladelphia in 1847, it appoint-
ed a committee to study ways
and means of improving the
registration of births, deaths and
marriages. Physicias through-
out the country were urged by
the association to request their
states to establish officers for
the collection of vital statistics.
Statistics are important-espe-
cially in public health-to show
What conditions prevail and to
check on the results of work
done. The Bureau of Vital Sta-
tistics of the Florida State Board
of Health is one of the most ac-
cive and important units in our
state health organization.

FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
IT'S

WALL ELECTRIC
COMPANY
DIAL BAll 7-4331

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

ON THE RADIO
MORNING
DEVOTIONS
Monday thru Friday
9:05 A.M.
With Local Ministers of the
Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
liance.
Presented As A Public Service
By Your Local Radio Station
-WJOE.


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Former Residents
Son Wins
Scout Award
NORFOLK-Frank H. LaGrange,
Jr., 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Francis LaGrange (formerly of
Port St. Joe) has been named reci-
pient of the Tidewater Counc'l,
Boy Scouats of America, Re-port o
the Nation Award.
SFranik is the nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. Grady 'Player and MAr. and
Mrs. M. S. Smith of ,his city.
Frank will attend ceremonies in
Richmond, Va., Scout Week, in Feb-
ruary as official representative of
the Tidewater Council to present
Report to '.he Nation to State offi-
c:als. He was runner-uip for Regi n
'. hree award.
LaGrange is -a student at Kemps-
ville Junior High School and sen-
ior patrol leader ot Troop 363, spon-
sored 'by Haygbod Methodist Church
of Bayside. He holds 'the God and
Country award .and is an Eagle
Scout with ,'he Silver Palm.
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New March of Dimes Enlists Millions

In Battle to Prevent Crippling Diseases
Beginning Jan. 2 and
throughout the month, mil-
lions of Americans will en-
list in the annual offensive
to prevent crippling diseases
by joining the 1961 New .-
March of Dimes.
In thousands of communities .. v'.
--crossroads, hamlets, towns, r
great cities-special ceremonies
will mark the start of The Na- .
tional Foundation's campaign -r>' '"5t:
for dimes and dollars to combat '...
birth defects, arthritis and po-
110; to pursue research into
these and allied medical prob-
lems, and to train health i .
workers.
Climaxing the 1961 New -.,'.-.-
March of Dimes will be the
Mothers' March, held on the i


Ag. Comm. Doyle Conner Named in 10

Most Outstanding Young Men In Nation

TALLAHASSEE Comminssioner Florida's College of 'Medicine, one
of Agriculture Doyle Conner was of Tas*- year's winners. The Talla-'
named last 'week as one of the Ten hassee Jaycees were co-nominators.
Outstanding Young Men In the Na- Other recent Florida winners
tion for the year 1960 by the Unit- were Dr. Richard T. Smith, head
ed States Junior Chamber of Comr- professor 'of pediatrics at -the Uni-
merce. versity of Florida, in 1958; Car-
His selection for the coveted lisle Floyd, Florida State Univer-
honor made him the fourth succes- sity composer, in 1959. ,Prewviscus
sive Floridian to receive the award -state winners 'were Circuft Judige
in there years. The famed "Jayson" RObert Floyd and U. S. Senator
a specially designed trophy'which George Simath-ers.
is presented to each of the men se- .The currnet project of the Port
elected, will be formally presented St. Joe Jaycees is to find -the out-
to 'Com-misisoner Conner at a Na- standing young man in Port St.
tional Awards Congress in Kansas Joe. This is a nation-wide.project
City, Missouri, January 13-14. for the Jaycees and serves to pick
Conner was nominated for the candidates for the ten nationwide
award by Dr. Harry Prystowsky, nominees at the end of this year.


evening of Tuesday, Jan. 31 in head professor of Obstetrics and
most areas, during which more Gynecology at the University of
than a million women and other
Volunteers will make home-to-
home calls asking support to. '-"4- Comm. Harden for Chairman for
help prevent crippling diseases. .1961-There being -no further nom-
Participants in the Mothers'" nation Comm. Harden 'was unani-
March will wear a lapel iden r.iously elected as chairman, for
tification badge and they will 1961.
ieave in every home an educa- Comm. Strickland nominated
tional pamphlet of "Do's and ',..;-S .. 'Comm. Tharpe -for Vice-Ohairman
Don'ts" relating to birth de- for 1961. There being no other nom-
ects and other dealing wi thwarn- action, Comm. Thape was unani-
andanotherdealingwithwarn mously elected as Vice-Chaiirman
ing signs and symptoms ofL-I for 1961.
arth'itis. ., ,.' The Board unanimously voted to
Thetsoal of the 1961 New I'e- n'plroa hd-.n o-go-'ed
M he of'ether needNere-employ the following, to be ;paid
March of Dimes, to cover need- t -the same rate -now receiving, to-
ful.expenditures in research,
patient aid and professional!*
education, is $45 millions As'David C. Gaskin, County Attor-
always, a heavy financial bur- S ney.
den on The National Founda- .. ~ '-Max W. Kilbourn, County Engin-
tion and its 3,100 chapters is eer.
the cost of old polio cases. (In Lloyd Whitfield, -County Road Su-
1960, patient-aid outlays to- -" -. perintendent.
some 40,000 victims totaled ap- -.C. E. Daniel, -Mosquito Control-
proximately $13,250,000.) Joan Perry of Perth Amboy, N. J., national chairman of Supervisor.
Most communities in January Robert -Sidwell, Civil Defense Dit
will stage a "kickoff"ceremony The National Foundation's Teen Age Program (TAP), is up ert Sdwe C Defense
in which local dignitaries and to her pretty chin in New March of Dimes balloons, to be J. Hill, county Service Officer.
other personalities will partic- sold throughout January. ,The Board instructed the 'Clerk
ipate. Chief purpose of these to pay J. C. Hitchcock $15.00 from
events will be to call attention Members of TAP (Teen Age mailers to be sent to the na- indigent funds for ithe monht ,of
again to the magnitude of the Program) and other young tion's homes. T.,nuary only and to 'place the name
expanded program of The Na- people across the country will In addition, they will assist of Minnie Paul on the indigent roll
tional Foundation and to re- be active in their local areas in adults in making preparations at $15.00 per month.
emphasize that one of every 16 January in organizing colorful for fashion shows, auctions, T'he Boardr voted to authorize the
infants in the U.S. is born with special events. Among these telethons and other.New Marchd Department to pay he
a. significant birth defect; that will be coffee parties, airlifts, of Dimes benefits. lfe oa Departmentric tCooperative,
fully 11 million in the nation sales of March of Dimes rain- Posters and other campaign lInc., fo r moving utility Cooperative,
are afflicted with some form of bow crutches and balloons and materials to be seen across the Inc., for moving utility poles from
rheumatism including arthritis; bowling and other sports events, face of, the land will bear the the right of way on State Road
and that the staggering costs They will also help address the appeal,- "Please Say Yes to the 5 ""* ,
of- polio will. continue in 1961. 38 million New March of Dimes New March of Dimes." All payrolls or the month of De-,
cember were approved' and r.'ledi
ac, paid. .
The Board votde to "pay the Jun-
Minutes of the wore present. .to work for a; better Gulf County i'or Chamber of Commerce -of Port
Amiue or t The meeting came to order at and will assist this Board in any St. Joe, $163.30 for -advertising Gulf
County Commission 7:30) am. 'way possible. He then offered his County.
The Ohairman announced that congratulations, and .best wishes to! There being no further business
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA th's meeting is called for the pur- Leo Kennedy, Commilssioner-elect to come before -the Board, the meet-
January 3, 1961 pose of attending to any old hbusi- for District No. 5. ing did 'then adjourn.
'"The Board of County Om s-mt se ss held over from 1960 land to Leo Kennedy, being duly elect- ATTEST.
loners oGulf County, Florida met organize the Board for the year ed and qualified as County Comn- George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr. I
this date in special session with the 1961. nissioner for District No. 5 was Clerk Chairman
following memberss present: E. C. Commissioner George W. Oooper ,then seated and 'declared in office. ,_
.Harden, .Sr., chairman, Coleman W. told the Board t-hat he has sincere- Upon motion by Comm. Strick-
Thairpe, George W. Cooper' and A. ly enjoyed working with each mem- land, seconded. by Com. Tharpe
J. Strickland, Leo -Kennedy, Cornm- er of the ,Commission and all oth-. rnd duly carried, 'Comm. Harden An OLD,
.iaissloner-elet.*-was also ,present. er County offiCials during his .en-. was named- temporary chairman. ..
The Olerk, hSlierifft n dAttorney ure in office; that he will continue C omm. Strickland .nominated


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1961


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



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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MOANING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION .----........ 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) __. 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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...NOMINATION BLANK -- JAYCEE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD


Name of Nominee Date of Birth-

Address State

Nominator
Name of person submitting nomination

Achievements and nature of service:




S(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.- Evidepce of leadership ability, evidence of personal or business
progress. Use additib ial sheet'of paper if necessary.)

List three.references for the nominee:

Name -- Address


Name Address


Signed:
nominatorr)


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"The low-price turned the trick..."

"The self-service features will
save trouble and expense..."

"First low-price car we found that's
really comfortable an4 quiet.."

"It's solid as a battleship ."

"Has the nicest interiors we saw ."

"Never believed such a roomy car
could handle so easily ..."

"I expect to save a lot of money
| on upkeep..."


First electric refrigeration, then electric cooking,
.automatic washing, electric air conditioning, and
now ELECTRIC HEATING. Clean as Florida sun-
shine, it means new. comfort and convenience for
youl

If you're planning to build or remodel, call your
electric heating contractor or our local office for in-
formation on how you can heat your home electrically.


"I got a far better deal ..."-.


HIGHLIGHTS ON THE HOTTEST NEW ENTRY IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD:
7 self-servicing features including a pre-lubricated chassis that needs no grease job for
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'6") for up to 15% more miles per gallon.
The best deal intown-come see-today. MM ETEOR
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there are no dro, old floors or ov
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Electric Heating is dJA tR
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lo ocombusole fuel to store.


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... The 1961 Chevrolet and Oldsmobile Automobiles Have Been
Accepted So Well In Gulf County That We Now Have the Lar-
I I S/Y f gest Selection of "long-mileage" Quality Used Cars In Our
S9 History. Shop Our Lot For Your Choice.


Spring Is Only 2 Months Away

Get Ready for Spring Water Sports Now In Complete Marine Department




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NEW 14-FOOT FIBER GLASS BOAT

With 45-HP. Mercury Outboard Motor with Generator and
Electric Starter Windshield, Steering Apparatus and 1 395
EE-ZY Boat Trailer. $3
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ALL EE-ZY BOAT TRAILERS A-
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Oldsmobile
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Crosby
Fiber Glass Boats

Texas Maid
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Boat Trailers


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Furnished On All Used Cars 1957 and Later Models

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1959 CHEVROLET WAS $2195.00
IMPALA CONVERTIBLE $1795

1959 OLDSMOBILE WAs s$31950
STATION WAGON (loaded) $2695

1958 12-TON FORD WAS 139
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


PHONE 7-2221


Company
401 WILLIAMS AVE.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1961

K COUNTY AGENT S NOTES
By CUBE LAIRD
County Agricultural Extension Agent
USDA, Univ. of Fla. College of AgrLculture and
r "S Board of County Commissioners, Gulf Coun-
ty, cooperating.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., EST. Mon-
day through Friday, Courthouse, Wewahitcbka
TIMBER ESTIMATING various sizes, you must measure
Timber estimating often seems more trees to get. the total.
difficult to forest owners. Many of For example, suppose you have
them apend a ,good deal of time a 40-acre block of, timber, all; of
wondering Just how much they uniform size and age and eVenly
have. distributed over the land. You
It takes several years of practical would first mark off eight one-
experience to become an expert fourth .acre ,plots. Then measure
timber cruiser. But you, as a for- the timber volume in each' plot.
est owner, can easily learn some By adding up the volume on these
of the fundamentals of timber es- eight plots, you would get the vol-
tlmating and get a fair idea of how um.e for two of your 40 acres, or
much timber you have. The rseult five percent of th etotal volume of
may be more dollars in your pock- your timber. Multiply this by 20 to
et when you sell the timber. get the total volume of your tim.
Trees are estimated by determia- ber.
ing their diameter and. their sal- Probably the .best and least ex-
able height. For timber, you figure pensive tool for measuring trees
the volume as board feet. is a tree scale stick. Youi can usu-
If your stand of timber is fairly ally get these from a local fores-
uniform an evenly spaced over try equipment company, or a rhard-
th eland-about the same size and ware store.
age-you can measure the total I have one to lend, and -will 'be
volume by using just a few trees, glad to show you how to -use it.
When It is more scattered and of. The stick is about the size of a



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ALL DISHES --20% OFF


50 Piece Set, Was $27.95
44 Piece Set, Was $17.95
32 Piece Set, Was $18.95


.------ 20% OFF
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20% OFF


GIFTS, ODDS and ENDS
V3 OFF

TWO SPECIAL TABLES GIFTS
1/2 PRICE

St. Joe Hardware


Phone 7-8111


203 'Reid Ave.


yard-stick, and usually has a scale
for measuring tree diameter, height
In feet, or number of 16-foot log
lengths in the tree. Many tree
sticks 'have volume tables printed
on -them which 'give the volume in'
board feet '
Most tree sa.icks 'have instruc-
ionse for their use printed on them.
'With these instructions and a few
:,oura of practice, you should be
aItle -to es'tmat't your timber with
rTa sonable .accuracy.
Anotbre way to get an estimate
of your timber is to call on one of
several public and private agen-
viea who .give this' sort of service
to farmers .and landowners. Many
.ulp and .paper companies have
conservation foresters 'who will
l:elp you mark -and estimate your
timber, for sale. The .State Forest
Sre hires county farm forest-
era who can spend up. to three days
a year in your woods helping you
-,ithl your problems.
-Also the Extension Service has
two (oresters who will assist land-'
owners in any way possible.
WEST 'FLORIDA CATTLEMEN'S
ASSOCIATION
We are trying hard to get 125
-paid members for 1961. Now is the
time for paying dues. This amount'
is $5.00 per year which includes
the magazine.
Won't you mall your check, mon-
ey order or cash 't.o me here at We-
wahhitchka today?
There is strength in numbers
and we need you.. .
This will not be a donation you
will be making, but will be a very
good- investment for you. The as-
)clatlowri.wll 'be working for you,
whether you see it first-hand daily
or not
Make your checks payable to:
West 'Florida Cattlemen's Associa-
t'6n. My P. 0. Box is: 514, Wewahit-
chka, Fla. Won't you Join today
and help yourself? Help the asso-
tlation help you.
The program at Blounttown
meeting last Tuesday night was a
talk by Jack Rogers of the State
Entomological Research. Center,
Vero 'Beach, Fla., on the proposed
'dogfly eradication program. H. M.
Oarr, Bay County Agent 'gave me
the information that plans are al-
ready made by the State Board of
Health for building a laboratory in
Bay County for this purpose and
that their plan is to ask our legis-
lature for $65,000, to be matched
by federal funds for this program.
This was a very interesting meet-
ing to all. The dogfly menace is of 0


vital concern to everyone in the Vacation In California onta, California. While there, Returns To School
territory. It was the annual elec- 'Mr. 'and Mrs. Tom Alsobrook it Los Vegas an Whealton, returned,, to
oni-of: officers also. W. C. Roche 'have returned to Port St. Joe a- thye rge, Mass. on Tuesday to
was elected President and yours ter spending the holidays with their Dam in Nevada, Death Valley, Cali- resume his studies at Massachi-
truly was elected secretary. ison, Ben Alsobrook and family in fornia and Tijuana, Mexico. setts Institute of Technology.


p Important news for new-car buyers-

THE '61 CHE Y BRINGS


JET-rSMOOTH TRAVEL D&WN TO -EARTH


HERE'S WHAT GIVES CHEVY ITS JET-SMOOTH RIDE-
Full Coil suspension- Chevy's one of the few cars with a
coil spring at every wheel. Precision-balanced wheels
-For smoother rolling with less vibration. Sound-hushing
Insulation-Sheet metal is carefully insulated against
drumming and vibration. 51 built-in "shock absorbers"
-Cushion the chassis against shock and shake. Live
rubber body mountings-Extra-large butyl rubber cushions
that further isolate the ride from the road.


This is the Impala Sport Coupe -just one of O Jet-smooth Cheviest
Better just circle your dealer's block the first time you
try a Jet-smooth '61 Chevy. Get anywhere near an open
highway and he's liable never to see you again.
What we mean, Chevy's ride whets your yen to travel
Wins you over with its delightful coil-spring smoothness,
its hushed comfort and light steering.
You find yourself feeling sorry for
people who buy higher priced cars,
thinking they have to pay premium
prices for a luxury ride. s1osM Th
That may have been true at one
time, but not any more. Chevrolet's
ride, its roadability, just doesn't CHEVROLET
take second place to anybody's.
Drive one soon and see.


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

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FLOYD CHEVROLET COMPANY


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


PHONE 7-2221


401 WILLIAMS AVENUE


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t Ml "* R* A I* Several hundred Northwest Flor-
Bob Munn Gains Big Bend Recognition ida high school aetes, whes,
S. __ .educators and fans attended the
At Banquet Honoring Athletes in Pensa. e n ed by j ensacola
n~-o~~Sports Association.
S .. Principal award winners were
'Seventy-two of Northwest Flqr-;a-t the fourth annual Pensacola uog Woodlief, Marianna tackle,
idas high school football players News-Journal football awards din- player of the year; Ted Cooper,
were honored last Thursday night ner at Martine's. Blountstownf, Coach of the year and


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Plus Profit-Sharing S & H Green Stamps

U. S. GOOD


Round STEAK


Slab Sliced
BACON
Armour
FRANKS


3 lbs. $1


Ib. 49c


Fresh Pork
Boston BUTTS lb. 39c

PLYMOUTH


LB.


3 Lb. Can
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59c


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Rose Bowl
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Economy
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2 lbs. 33c


With 50

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22 Oz. Apple, Peach, Cocoanut and
Cherry Frozen
MORTON'S FRUIT PIES
3 for $1.00


'Minute Maid 12 Oz.Can
ORANGE JUICE


Golden Ripe
BANANAS
Firm Hard Head
CABBAGE
Florida Fresh
GRAPEFRUll
Fancy Ripe
TOMATOES


41c


69c


Plymouth
MAYONNAISE qt. 39c


Yellow Rose
FLOUR


25 Ib. $1.59


Cock-O-the-Walk No. 2% Can
PEACHES 29c


lb. lOc

Ib. 4c

ea. 5c


2ctns. 29c


Thad Walker, halfback of Baker,
top scorer in Northwest Florida.
Principal speakers were Dr. Gor-
don Blackwell, president of Florida
State University; Coaches Ray
Graves of U. of Florida and Bill
Peterson of Florida State and
Ralph (Shug) Jordan of Augurn;
Red Grange, former halfback star
of Illinois and Steve Owens, who
gained coaching fame as head of
the professional New York Giants.
CQertificates were presented to
al-star teams and winners of super-
lative titles.
In addition to Woodlief and Wal-
ker, 70 gridders were recognized
which included Jerry Gates of
Blountstown, all Pan-handle Confre-
ence ,back; best broken field run-
ner and outstanding single game
performance and Bob Munn, Port
,St. Joe, all Northwest Florida Con-
ference and best passer.
-Munn, quarterback of the Port
,St. Joe -Sharks, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Munn, 106 Hunter Circle,
is 17 years of age and a senior,
was picked as the !best passer as
best in particular football talent,
-known as the superlative list. He
was acclaimed as one of 'the Big
Bend area's top passers and was
runner-up for .back of the week hon-
orss by 'the Tallahassee Democrat.
Head Coach Marion Graig stated
that 'Munn had bee nhis most po-
tenrt weapon this season. The sen-
ior played his third And final year


I WHAT A LIFETIME
At today's prices, the pre
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Laymen Urge
Church Attendence
By DR. WESLEY GRACE
"Ask, and it -shall be given yc
seke, and ye shall find; knock, a
It shall be opened unto you", M
tlhew 7:7..
When I was stationed :with t
452nd Bomb Group near Attleb
ough, England in 1943, oneaf tz
noon, several of many frineds and
were looking at photographs -t
we had taken at one time or
other. One engineer handed me
picture, and asked if I could s
anything unusual in one of t


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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-83i6
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Poqtoffice, Port St: .lo,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPT-IO40NS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE yEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the ptitrIhers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received fur such
advertlseiment.
The spoken word, is given scant attention;, the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convince.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


trees in the photograph.
He told me If I looked closely THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1961
enough among the leaves and
,branchse, that I could see -the face B ib Bible Church. Each chapter of Ithis
of Jesus. Faith ible Churc li-ttle -book .will be show to teach
I_ lessons of "the story of redemp-
I was completely stunned when !T Study h R-th t'on."



about it, but I have" long since .(pr- several, Sunday mornings at Fait-bh bymns suggested from the aun-
gotien the details. Even as tis pic- dience. All are invited to attend
our revealed God's 'Son to those His Holy iSpirit can he found in :-.d join in this time of fellowship.
Church if we go there seeing Him. -
as the Shark's general.. "Munn eI His spirit reveals to us 'the true DR- BOB KING TO
one of he better quarterbacks in col orstf life. The hues may b Ae the ATTEND GONVENTION
Northwest Florida" said Cratig. sfe, but, evon wh the darker Dr. Robert King, local dentist,e
Sil iii colors of life there is a much great- will attend the Northwest Florida
er .brightness. District Dental Society convention
Rxs ARE' WORTH Seek His way in church this ay in church in Tallahassee on Saturdayry 14.
coming Sunday. Your profit will be -
scriptions needed by the commensurate with your desire. SHOP AT 1OME


average person wouu ucos atuut u iu' --- uu .L g
his entire lifetime. A lot of money? It's less than a -
third the cost of a car that has -to be replaced every
few years. It's less than the cost of 2 or 3 vaca-
tions. Yet it buys a lifetime's worth of potent,
health-giving drugs. 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 Prescriptlo0w To

SMITH'S PHARMACY
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAIl 7-5111
Two Free Parking Spaces for Your Convenience
at Our Back Door -


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Dining Room -
SPECIAL EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT

FRESH WATER CATFISH $1.50
Stuffed Baked Potato French Fried Onion Rings
Cole Slaw Hush Puppies Coffee
-- Please Make Reservations -
-- ..NELL JENKS, Manager


AT 310 WILLIAMS AVENUE



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Here's how the Wide-Track Pontiac keeps pace

with your stepped-up driving schedule!


Pontiac for '61 is tuned and tailored to
enliven the extra hours you spend in a car.
Weight is trimmed to give you more action
with less expense. Wider doors open
farther to ease your getting in 'and out.
There's more room inside. Outside, Pontiac
has a more parkable, garageable size.
You maneuver without effort, sit steady


and straight on curves and corners. This
comes from the built-to-the-road stability of
new Wide-Track. And Pontiac's famous
V-8 performance lets you take city or
turnpike travel with assurance.
Choose the car that has kept pace with the
change in your- driving habits. Inspect,
drive, select the '61 Pontiac of your choice.


PONTIAC 61 IT'S ALL PONTIAC I
SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER


Port St. Joe, Florida


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Pontiac has the widest track of any ear.
Body widthnrimmed to reduce side over-
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wheels for sure-footed driving stability.


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COSTING'S "Super"


Prices Slashed To The Bottom for This Sale

Loads of Items Not Listed Will Be Marked Down -- We Have to Clean House to Make Room for Our:
Spring Merchandise Sale Starts Thursday, January 12


Double Fold

$3.49

Ladies'
FASHION CRAFT SHOES
Formerly $8.98 to $10.98
Now $6:95

Ladies'
ROBINETTE SHOES
Formerly $6.95 and $2.95
Now $4.95
Children's
BLOUSES SLIM JIMS
SWEATERS
/ OFF
Buster Brown
COTTON SWEATERS
2 to 6X $1.49
Boy's 10 Ounce
DUNGAREES $1.49
Men's
Corduroy Suits $18.50
Corduroy Coats $12.95
Field Crest
BED SPREADS
Single $3.98
Reg. $1.59
LARGE BATH TOWELS
Now $1.19
Men's and Boy's
HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS
/2 PRICE
Morgan Jones Buttons and Bows
DOUBLE BED SPREADS
$7.98
cl:^ iF C.- i


Piece Goods Specials
Dan River ----- yd. 49c
54" Woolen yd. $1.99
Reg. $2.98
Pampered Cottons yd. 79c
Bates Prints --yd. $1.00
Drip Dry Prints ---yd. 39c
Robest Prints -- yd. 79c

FIELD CREST SHEETS
72 x 99 White-- $1.79
81 x 99 White- $1.99
81 x 108 White-- $2.25
81 x 99 Colored -- $2.19
81 x 108 Colored $2.89


Men's
KNIT SHIRTS
Long Sleeve
1/2 PRICE

WOOL SHIRTS
Formerly $8.98 to $10.00
Now $6.00 and $7.95
Tom Sawyer
SPORT SHIRTS
Formerly $1.98 to $2.98
Now $1.29 and $1.98
Men's
SPORT SHIRTS
Formerly $3.95 and $4.95
Now $3.00
ONE LOT MEN'S
FORTUNE SHOES
Broken Sizes
Now $6.98


LADIES WINTER HATS _. /2 PRICE

THESE MUST MOVE DURING THIS SALE!
-' A Super Bargain, Ladies


DRESSES
S H OR T S
SUITS
C OATS
NO


Price


SUPER SPECIAL!
Children's

Dresses

Car Coat

Coats


__________ -r~~~ --~~ruP"r~~i~ ~


GOING! GOING! GONE!

Ladies'

Sweaters
and

Skirts


ONE-THIRD OFF


Towels Sweat Shirts


MEN'S -- Formerly $1.49'


BOY'S TOM SAWYER
WINTER SUITS and COATS

lOne-Third Off


Men! Don't Miss This!

MEN'S DRESS PANTS
1/ OFF
ALTERATIONS, 50o

MEN'S BATH ROBES
Formerly $9.95 to $14.95
Now $6.95 and $9.98

MEN'S COTTON PANTS
Wash and Wear
$3.98 pr.
Boy's
WINTER JACKETS
V3 OFF -

BOYS' SWEATERS.
V2 PRICE

MEN'S SWEATERS
By JOCKEY
V3 OFF
Boy's
CORDUROY SHIRTS
Formrely $2.98
$1.98
Men's
FELT .HATS
Broken Sizes
$2.99
Men's
Arrow Dress Shirts
Broken Sizes
5$199

SUPER SAVINGS!
Men's

JACKETS

1-_3 Off
Buy Now and Save .
Cold Weather Ahead


and Save Money
Every Day

PORT ST. JOE,.FLORIDA


Local Insurance Group Receives Cup
For Outstanding Sales Staff In State
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. Pictured above is Supt. C. B.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1961 Greif, Jr., of Gulf Life Insurance
i Company, receiving the loving cup
TO ELATE ifor the leading staff of the Pana-
ma District from District Manager,
rlk |C. B. Mann, on behalf of the local
TO| CLASSIFY group of agents. Also pictured are
By RUSSELL KAY W. (Ray) Huckvba, U. V. Wright,
CaByrl F. Walker, M. Taylor and
-,o ., 'A. Lamar Hill (recently promoted
asrou fl lwors, bohig here to Supt. in .training). Not only did
aound ,the world, might come to the Port 'St. Joe staff lead the Pn-
their: senses If 'they would te tae
their senses if they ould ta e ama City District but also led on
t-mne out from their screaming, yell- 'he sale of new business In the
g nd ootglongenou state of Florida with their com-
ponder over a few figures Teceni'ly
nr or a fw i e pany. The entire staff of men who
-released 'by the Department of s
Commerce. _were in charge of their respective
Commerce. is Yankee per 'de,bitsb in 1960 qualified Por the
What is his Y ee eriaiscompany's highest honor, the Com-
resson ad expltation that p'ay's President Olub and they will
InMr. 19ro .creams eut near attend. Gulf Life's Golden Anniver-
sary Convention at Miami Beach
,300- ili6n for the purchase of ma- in the American Hotel during June,
trials and' supplies in Cuba. Paid 1
out $170-millions 'to Ouban workers 1 9(
in wages and salaries. Paid Cuba
$70-million in taxes. Gave employ-
ment to 160,000 Cubans. ises and aid his country and his peo-
Returns on this tremendous in- ple.
vestment netted these companies Each year the number of Ameri-
tess than five percent. Who were can tourists visiting Cuba increas-
these capitalists htat Castro char- ed and American tourist dollars
ges raped Cuba adn wrecked he !poured into that country to the
eonomy? tune of many millions giving in-
They were American investors, creased income an dempltoment to
early five million of ,hem, farm- thousands of C bans whose income
'flourished on tourist dollar's toto-
era, doctors, school teachers, ,wi- tsoi-es o tourIts dollars to r o-
dows, bus drivers. People from al ls, restaurants, hotels, transr-
walks of life, who were stockhold- ato teres. hopkepeer and
er In the corporations that invest-1 countless local industries.
ed' hundred's of millions in Cuba. Foreign investments provided
These' humble stockholder 'imper- savings, skills and managerial lea-
ialissts"rbalized a very small return derahip which were essential 'for
on Cuban, investments. In some in- the economic development of Cuba,
stances less than three per cent. just 'as in the last.century, foreign -
These are the people the whisker- capital played an important role in
faced brigand robbed when he took the economic development of' the
over 92 percent of American pro- United States.
pertles it Cuba. The total loss 'to Instead of the promised freedom
&te is estimated -at $70-million or and expanded economy Castro so
92 percent of all American iproper- glibly promised Cuba is now po-
ty In Oava. lice state, dominated by Comanmn-
, For years the United 'States gov- ists. Her tourists, if thye may be
ernment has paid Cuba a premium called such, ar enow Russians,"Chi-
price for augar and protected this nese, Ozechoslorakfans, -who havr
.sland industry .by sharply limiting come to take over.
the. amount of sugar American e white star of h
growers could grow and sell. Flor- The ise star of hype that
ids particularly has felt the pinch .pr-omisd o mu- two -- ago


in not betng permitted to expand
its sugar industry even when we
were willing ,to compete [with Cuba
in spite of its favored subsidy.
Goodwill toward COuba on the
part of the American people was
Pewr greater than when Castro
took over. A large percentage of
the Aimerican people sympathized
with this Revolution and gave it
their blessing, feeling that Castro
was sincere, would keep his prom-


'has turned to blood red. Fear and
hate have marched in to stifle'the
peace and freedom the people of
Ouba want and deserve.


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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 TRAININC UNION ...--------.6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) --... 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


6% Wool


BLANKETS


SUPER SAVINGS!
Men's
SUITS and
SPORT COATS

1-3 Off


20" x 40"
Reg. $1.00

79c
WASH CLOTHS -


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor


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TABLERITE HEAVY BEEF
Sirloin STEAK


TABLERITE HEAVY BEEF STANDING RUMP

ROAST
SWIFT'S PREMIUM -- 12 OZ. PKG.

FRANKS.


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TABLERITE BEEF ALL MEAT,,
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DIXIE BELLE CAMPBELL'S TOMATO BLACKBURN CANE
SALTINES .2.x 23c S 0 U P cn. 0c SYRUP o. 45c
BAMA
IGA DELUXE -- REG. or DRIP GRIND
MAYONNAISE QUART 39c B c
PURE VEGETABLE TIN

SWIFT'NING A49c


IGA EVAPORATED


A lI CANS


IGA DRY With $5.00 Order or More
DETERGENT
Large Box 19c-
PENNY WISE SWEET
POTATOES


No. 2 2


CANS


39c


IGA HAS "GARDEN-FRESH"
GRAPEFRUIT


WASHINGTON STATE DELICIOUS
APPLES
FANCY YELLOW
ONIONS


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3 Lbs.


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THE TA Poet.T- A.R ,FPa


THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1961


S:The Tattler

S ..' "bed'iated to Better Selling mixed with- .
L -,- ..... littlee fn" '-
...G.LE INN BOYLES "Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
Published by

'BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE:. -,
'PHONE BALL 7-4261
S, 222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner BOYLES
-.. STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES -r 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 Shoes
GERALD THOMAS Maintenance and Stock Man


BOYLES OUT IN FRONT FOR 1961!
Yes, Our Mighty '61 Clean Sweep Opens Pocketbooks
In Port St, Joe, Gulf, Franklin, Calhoun and Bay Counties.
New, Feature Values Will Continue To Sweep
Customers In And Profits Out! Business Is Good!


HELP WANTED
If you are a very fashion-conscious
young woman and enjoy the newest
fashion shoes, then please apply
to us for your new wardrobe of
Natural' .Bridge and. Trim Tred
shoes. Come In and decide which
of our new fashion shoes belong in
your wardrobe. The new collection
is now showing at
B 0 Y L E S
Dear. Friends:
When Boyles decides to sell a
certain 'quantity of merchandise,
Mra. B. doesn't monkey around! Re-
gardless' of cosf, quantity, color or
flavor, she sticks a 'SELL SALE
price on it that'll sweep it out
clean and fast. Some of our good
friends and custoiAers make this
ir sort of query:. "How can you do it


ienced .buying, sincere helpful sell.
in.g, hard work and plenty of el-
bow grease". Does this make sense
to you? Do we need 'to exaggerate
to tell you that we can save you
money on good honest quality mer-
chandise? Two [plus two makes
four and the answer is that easy!
Random facts -to think about: 0.
H. Taylor of Port St. Joe is still
wearing 'a pair of Rand shoes pur-
chased 'at Boyles eight years ago.
A good listener is not only popu-
lar, but after awhile he knows
something, says Reader's Digest.
Many people call a doctor when
all they want is an -audience. To-
morrow: one of the greatest labor
having devices of today. The only
way to get the best of an argument
is to avoid it. Boyles still believes
in selling, the sincere, intelligent,


and stay in business? Well, the helpful kind. Good salesmen and
answer is plain and simple: "It's saleswomen, like good' cooks, cre-
Cash Selling Fast Turnover, ate an 'appetite when the buyer.
Low Rent (,we own our building) doesn't t seem hungry. Friendliness:
Moderate Salaried; Manager (owner a commodity that appeals to every-
draws no salary) No tancy expen- body, a manner that says ever' so
rive.~ rills here:: .* Careful exper- quietly, "You're as good as I 'am",


Problems of Girl Scouts in this
area were discussed.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tapper were
unable to attend.
Advertising Doesr't Cost.- *t PAYS


., Now for the f ime..
Now frtli fis time..


Traditional




Mercuy values




in the,


GidScouts and Brownies Hold Nurse Study

-Investiture Ceremonies Monday Group Meets

Port St. Joe Girl Scout Troop No. Mrs. Sally White invested the The Inservice Study Group com-.
1 and Brownie Troop No. 2 held Girl Scouts, assisted by Mrs. Pau- posed of Public Health Nurses
their investiture ceremony at the line McGill, assistant leader. from Gulf, Franaklin, and Bay Coun-
Elementary School, Monday. Jan- New members invested were Gail ties met at the Gulf County Health
uary 9 'with parents, friends and Richards, Dottle Sutton, Linda Ry- Department, 401 Long Avenue, Port
members of the Girl Scout com- croft, Susan Maxwell, Martha 'Fite, St. Joe, Tuesday, January 10.
mittee in 'attendance. Sonja Cooper, Jo Ann Fite, and! 'Miss Mercedes Murphy, chair-
The investiture opened with a Iva Jane Parker. [man, introduced the guest speaker,
very., impressive ceremony with Girls receiving service stars and Miss Enid Mathison, Nurse Consul-
each .girl lighting a candle .for each second class badges were Ranie tant, Florida State Board of Health,
law of the Girl Scout promise. New Fendley, Elaine Blackburn, Patsy Jacksonville, and is well known in
members were pinned and old mem- Johnson, Vicki McGill, Judy Moore, this. aTea', soke on. the Community.
bersa were given one year service Sharon Peak, Dorothy Weeks and NurTsing Program. Miss. Mathison
b Shherri White. pointed out that a real need exists.
The Intermediates then presented Receiving service stars but not 'f or this program .n Florida due .to
a flag ceremony and, closed their in attendance 'were Calla Herring, large number of senior citizens and
investiture service with two Girl Judy Herring, Belinda Jordan and retirees that live in our state.
Scout songs. Charlotte Maddox. A social session followed thei
BROWNIES INVESTED progr am. Those attending were:
instead of shouting ever so loudly, New members of Brwonle Troop, Miss Mercedes Murphy, Mrs. Eves,
"I'm as good as you are the No. 2, ,Susan Peak and Debbie Bow ter Wall, Apalachicola; Mrs. Marge
niceties of a pleasant smile, a ohee-' lin were invested by 'Mrs. White, Wilson, Mrs. Collie Pitts, Mrs. Ca-
Mrs. Evie Adams and Mrs. Ela rol Brown, Panama City; Mrs. Nita
The corners of r mans mouth were Sutton. New Brownies were asked Townsend, Orawtordvlle; Mrs. Bet-
meant to be turned up, not down. why they 'wanted to 'be Brownies ty Gaskin, Mrs. Ruby GilbeTt, Mrs..
Recentlywe occasionand after making the Girl Scout Roberta Harden, Wewahitchka and.
a church out of town. We noticed t promise were pinned by Mrs. White 'Mis Eid Mathion, Jackspnville.
sermons outlined for four weeks and then took their places in the ST ED
and subjects as follows: "God", Brownie horseshoe. REGISTERED NURSES
"Truth", "Soul", "Christ Jesus". Old members receiving their one MEET AT ITY. .CAFE.
Brief and impressive. Frankly this year service bars were Elizabeth The Registered Nurses of Frank-
writer prefers to hear -more bout 'Adams, Holy Barr, Joyce Bishop, lin and Gulf Counties met at the
these powerful and permanentsub- ulie Buttram,Penny Moore, Lu- City Restaurant in Port St. Joe,
ect and e phioophy and theo- nette Parrish, Nancy Richards, Le- Monday, January 9, at 8:00 p
eogy. yes, subjects from the B'. nora Smith, Judith Stone, Cathy Those attending were ,Mrs. Louise
l and less mnsmadf onmes, yes, Slutton, Debble 'Sykes, Brenda Wall, Beard, Mrs. 'Betty Gaskin, Mrs. Ro.
word rom tha e Bble. Bytheway, Jan Flemming, Vicky Fowler, COan- erta Harden,' Miss Minerva Mc-
there's a Go To Church crusade dy White and Pam Wilson. Lane, Miss Enid Matheson and, Miss
now in/ progress. We're hearing The program ended with a flag Mercedes Murphy.
some ine sermons at the 'First Me. ceremony and the Brownie "smile The next meeting is to be held
hsomedst Church. ermons goat te g. sog at The Grill in Apalachicola, Mon-
.thodist Ohurh. Le's go! S'lo.g. .*day, February 6, at 8:00 p.m.

P.S. Listen to Radio Joe 'Monday Party Honors Benna Butts vistin S
.... throughat 8 andBenner Bt .fdrVisiting Son
through iday at 8 and am. for Benna Butts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas R. Green of Blounts-
daily headline e news Mrs. Royce Buts, celebrated her to-wn. is visiting. for a few days
Byes. sixth ;birthday Wednesday, Janu- with iher son, -nd wife, Mr. and
r .. FOUND! ary 4 with a party. Mrs. Jackie Green. Mrs. Green has
An entire new family of exciting At*ending the -party were Angie just returned from Tamlpa where,
shoes Everything from pale Ivory Butts, Gail and Gwen Dural, Mike .she underwent an ear operation'.
to I jacklpatents can be seen In our and Steve Miller, Vicky Gargue, J. '
shoe collection. You'll be Impressed W. -and Ann Watson, ;Sherri and GIRL SCOUT COMMITTEE
by our Trim Tred, Natural Bridge, Junior Miler, Elaine and Martha MEETING HELD MONDAY
Smara Set, Scamperoor and Wil- Whitehurst and Mike and Carl A Girl Scout committee meeting
lIama collection. Ask for the new Wood. was held Monday, January 9 at .he
styles ... now showing at {The traditional 'birthday cake, Elementary Sohool'ywith Dave Mad-
S Y L E S P unch and ice cream were enjoyed dox, Mrs. Silas R. Stone, Tom Col-
after the group played games. dewey and H. C. Brow' attending.


REWARD: For .information leading
to the conviction of person or
persons who killed my 11 .goats 'and
damaged my house at Niles. Bill
Oarr. tce-1-12


FOR SALE: 2 bedroom.-houSe. lIUgS LOST: Small white female dog,
iit room. PricAve. 7,arag (:i'. ge part chihuahua and part fox ter-
7 26.tytroom. ree -12-1 river. 2 yrs. old. Answers to the
S5926. name of "Susie". Anyone knowing
KOR 'SALE: Fire wood and' cow the whereabouts of this dog please
manure. Call 648-4245' -ater 6:00 notity Frank Pate at Shell Steation.
p.m. -5 FOR SALE: 3 bedrooni house at
FOR SALE: 4 new VA houses on 1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old.
Cypress Ave. Nearly completed. Living room drapes, garbage dI-
No down payment Just closing posal included. all BAl 7-231L
cost tbor qualified veteran. PRID- PTI TANK m t al
GEON 'AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 ETBuC TANKS pumpe d out. I
V'illiams Avenue. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-701 or
11ir k n~t %rice. tic


'FOR SALE: 2 bedroom furnished
:house' on front 'lot at St. Joe
Beach. Price $5,000. Phone 7-7521
or see Bill Carver. Utp.
FOR SALE:'16" girl's bicycle. $10.
0aW'19-1331. tp
FOR 'SALE OR RENT. 2 bedroom
house at Beacon Hill Partly fur-
nioted. ihone 648-4431, Chuck Gib-
son. tc-l-
FOR SALE
One gas heater, goo.,d. .condition,
40 00 4tui, '$29.50. One ,small gas
heater, $12.95. Alsa, good ibuys in
oil circulating heaters'and gas cook
.ate. SURPLUS 'S.ALS of ST.
JOE. 112 Mon. Ave. Ph. 7-4051. 2t
BABY SITTING: Day and night. In
my oome. Phone 9-2231. ltc


juiJc expert service U
AVAILABLE for income tax work
'or ,special' book work. Mrs. Ohuck
Gibson, St. Joe Beach. Phone 648-
4431. 4tc-1-5
saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

JOSEPH C. .EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordlaHy inTited

SHOP AT HOME


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'to 241 pounds heavier) thain'other cars in its price range. Result: .you enjoy a smooth, solid, steady big-carride you'd expect
to pay much more for. There's plenty of stretch-out room in Mercury, too-even iriore rear seat hip, shoulder and head
room than in last year's spacious Mercury. Wider doors and more trunk space, too.
TRADITIONAL MERCURY VALUE There's extra value in Mercury's engine choice-all the way from the Super-
Economy "6"- (Mercury's first "6") to the powerful Marauder V-8's. And even the top-performing V-8's deliver up to 15%
better gas mileage. There's extra value in Mercury's seven self-servicing features. From self-lubricating chassis to self-
adjusting brakes, they save you money every mile you drive. Everywhere you look, the 1961 Mercury offers you traditional
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We will repair 'without charge or replace any
Firestone Butylaire tire'adjusted under terms of
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Replacement under either of these guarantees
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;2 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida Phone BAllI 7-8881
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SMae\,Daaiell, Ph. 7-7636 a,6er 4:00
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,.:15.06. Long Ave. COall 7-5426. 2tp


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hose -FOR SALE
FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses Three bedroom masonry house
at St. Joe Beaoh. 1 3-bedroom oI 90 x 165 ft. lot:, Oak floors,
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Duren i breezeway, garage and metal awn-
or phone 7-3171: or 7-5511. tfc-8-12 I ngs on house. Good neighborhood.
Total .priceofl house ds only $10,900.
.... .. I Puarcihase equity and assume exisi'.-
FOR RENT:. 2 bedroom houses or ing mortgage- hearing 'bnly- '4%%
apartments. Furnished or unfur- interest with payments of only
ntshed. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481 oue uldelalfor $co3,ndit00ions
at night. Mrs. Shirey. 'tc-10-6 i Three bedroom house on'Garri-
,6 hn Avenue. OCn sell equilty for
FOR RENT:! 2 bedroom furnished duly $2,100. and you assume. mort-
apartment in Costin Building. 116 gage with $60. per month: paymen'As
Moku'mient Ave. Call BA 7-7816. tfc with interest ot 4%%.:
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished A new three -bedroom masonry
pFO rtment. 1505 'Monument Ave hose at 'St. Joe Beach.with large
Phone 7-5771. tfe-12-29" -crened porch and carport.! 400 ft.
ne 7-5771. well. Will sell for $9,000. This is
FOR RENT: Two ,bedroom furnish- an, excellent buy if interested in
ed and two bedroom tinfurnish- home at beach. 2t-l-12
ed apartments. At 522 Third St. .FRANK & DOT'S AGENCY
Oall 7-8642. tfc-12-8 221.Reid Ave. Ph. BA 7-3491
VERY LOW winter rates on tw'o ROR SALE: Antiquie, hand;carved,
and three bedroom furnished hon- teakwood ,dresser, $74.5'0. One set
ses at- St. Jbe -Beach. J. D. Clark, metall bunk beds with innerspring
phone 7-7771. : tc-12-22 mattressess, $49.50. Like new, cabi-
RENT Furnished ai nt style 'Monarch electric sewing
F.OR.RENT Furnishbd upstairs .machine, $69.50..,Surplus .Sales of
-* aarthen't. "Adults only. 'Phone. St. Joe, 112 'Mon. Avel Ph. 7-4051.
74511. 'Mrs. 'Ch'arles. Brown.:.. tfc
ENT: Uur e to bed- MOVING & STORAGE: Planning to
SF'ORR:ENT:m Uofurnished two bed- move? Please call us for free as-
room-huose.,'Large yard. Gas tank timate. We represent Mayflower
and ea.te.ri.'blinds furnishedd. Phone and we 'are equipped to give you
9-1681. tc-1-5 excellent insured service. Surplus
FOR-RENT: Niceapt.or'effiency Sales of St. Joe, 112 Mon. Ave., Ph.
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the Port St. Joe High School, regisr- _
tration will be held for a course in
Piloting given ,by the St. Andrew PenteCOStal Church
Bay Power Squadron. This course Plan Re a Meet
is free and is open to the public. P la S ReVIVal Mee
All persons, ,men and women, whe-
ther you own a boat or not, are in- Rev. Hubert White, pastor of the
vited and urged to participate- in Pentecostal Hloiness Church, Garri-
-this course. Some of the subjects son Avenue at 20th Street announ-
covered in this course are: Legal ces that the church has. scheduled
Equipment, Rules of the Road, a revival series of meeting for
Safety in Water Skiing, Aids to January 165 through 27. Rev. Wil-
Navigation, Charts and Piloting aird ',ox of Georgetown, S. C., wll
and the Compass. be the evangelist. Services will be
The Power Squadron is an organ- conducted at 7:45 p.m. each night.
ization formed to promote water 'Special music will 'be provided at
safety and offers free safe .boating 'each service by (the church quartet.
education to the public. The meeting is being held in con-
This will be the 'third class in junction with the newly inaugurat-
Piloting held in Port St. Joe under ed youth' program of the church di-
the sponsorship of the St. Andrew reacted by Mr. and Mrs. Wtnton
Bay Power Squadron. Instruction Perrell, Jr.
will .be done by men of the Port The public is cordially invited to
St. Joe area. attend.
To date 17 men and five women .
successfully completed this course. IDTU-


In the very near future a petition
for charter for a 'Squadron in Port
St. Joe will ibe submitted to th(
national' organization and it is an-
ticipated that Port St. Joe 'will soon
have its own Squadron.


Little Tina Mae Kelley:

Passes Away Wed.

Tina Mae Kelley, 11-month-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L.
Kelley of Highland View passed
away Wednesday morning about
7:30 a.m. in the Municipal Hospital.
She is 'survived (by her parents,
one brother, Billy, one sister, Wan
dra her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Kelley of Seminole, Ok-
loms and Mrs. Ethel Williams of
Panama City.
Funeral services will 'be held
from the First United Pentecosta,
Church in Highland View, Saturday,
January 14 'at 11:00 a.m. with the
Rev. J. J. Hill officiating.
Interment will be in Holly Hill
Oeametery.
Comforter Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


School Planned

On Survival

What would you do if this coun-
try was atateked with all the known
weapons of today? What would be
your chances of survival? Just how


...L P it is d t

Cancer Workers In I

The annual volunteer orientation
conference, District 2, Florida Di-
vision of the American Cancer So-
cety will hold their meeting Thurs-
day, January 19 from 2:30 p.m. un-
til 8:30 p.m. at the Dixie Sherman
Hotel in *Panama .City. Anyone
wanting to know more about the
American Oancer Society, its objec-
tives, aims, -programs and'" organiza-
tions is cordially invited to attend.
The guest speaker for the dinner
will be Dr. Margaret' Waid from
the Cancer Research at the J. Hil-
Ilis Miler Health Center, Gaines-
tf'lle, Florida. The invocation will
be given by Reverend Harry Bab-
bitt, St. James' Episcopal OCurch,
Port St. Joe.
Mrs. H. C. Brown of the Gulf
County Unit and Mrs. Frank Stone
of the Calhoun County Unit will
serve as hostesses for the "Get Ac-
quainted Coffee" during registra-
tion from 2:30 to 3:00 p.m. Mrs.
Paul Fensom, House to House
Chairman, will also represent Gulf
county.
SDoctors from this area who will
be a part of the panel discussions
will be Dr. Wayne Hendrix, Port
St. Joe; Dr. Grayson Snyder,
Blountstown and Dr. W. C. Roberts,
I Dr. Joe Morris and Dr. Ralphi Mo-
naco from Panama City.
If you are interested in attneding
I these conferences and being a
guest of the Florida Division at the
dinner, contact Mrs. He rb aert
at Brow.wn


kr. and Mis. Allen Michael 'Le-
Grone announce the birth of a
daughter, Janet Michell on Jan-
uary 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Gibson, Sr., !
a announce the .birth of a son, Pasco,:
Jr., on January 1.
Mr. and Mrs. oCive Brack Patton
announce the birth of a son on Jan-
uary 9. The young man has not
been named yet.


March of Dimes
(UouulDuen d romu page I
super markets, restaurants and oth-
er appropriate locations to collect
funds for The National Founda-
tion's fight to prevent crippling di-
seases, Mrs. Don Rutland, campaign
director announced.
"Every coin you 'give is your per-
sonal contribution to the new pro-
gram to prevent the crippling of
birth defects, arthritis, and polio.
It is only with the widespread pub-
.ic support which the Foundation
received to lick polio, that we can
go on to eliminate the tortures of
arthritis and the heartbreak of
birth defects," Mrs. Rutland de-
clared.
"Whenever you see one of our
coin collectors, please say 'Yes' to
,the New March of Dimnes. And, re-
member, 'bills fit in the slot, too."

Baton and Drill Classes
Will Be Resumed
Baton and drill cliassse- will re-
sume this Saturday at 11:00 a.m.


powerful are ,hose modern bombs? watle eion tome. The ciastse
Just how deadly are the gasses our 'will be open to all girls interested.
enemies have? What are the dan-IA change of 25c weekly will 'be re-
gers of a bacteriologicall attack? quired.
What are the dangers in a propa-I Mothers of. all girls interested
ganda attack? Would you be inter-1 qre urged to .attend Saturday to
ested in getting the answers to plan a program for January, Feb-
these and many other problem fac- ruary and March.
ing the American public today?
Would you like to 'know what ANNUAL STAFF TO
you might do to better your chan- SPONSOR BAKE SALE
ces of survival in case of an at-
tack? The annual staff of the Port St.


All ,'his and more will be covered
in a short course being offered
through the-Gulf County Adult In-
stitute and sponsored .by your local
County Civil Defense and Federal
Government. Classes will 'be start-
ing soon. For further information
contact H. F. Ayers, Director, Gulf
County Adult Institute, M. Moore,
Port -St. Joe High School, Frank
Barnes, Port St. Joe Elementary
School, Hugh Semmes, Wewahitch-


Joe High School will sponsor a
.bake sale Saturday between the
l'ours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
The stand will be set ug between
Webb's and Smith's Drug Store.
Home made cakes, cupcakes, can-
dies, etc., will be sold. Come and
enjoy some homemade cooking and
help the staff put out its number
one annual this year.

ington High School and Mr. Wil-


ka High School, Mr. Osborne, Wash- liaims, Carver School, Wewahitchka.


Se'oeere ce S r a heb s, `h-is-a te l Re Sle ders Sent Ou To Urge return we do not aet now, w& my be too
Ser ,at the Eeinentary School in
Pananma City Callaway visited Saturday with Of Christmas Seal Sale Money The annual Ohrtmas am-
.I CIity Mrs. Ranza Whittington. paign supports medical reaearoh
Mrs. Edar Owens and sos of programs, X-ray surveys, tubercu.
NeWS FROM Mrontgsmed, Ala., is andisiting er -Robert H.- Ellzey, Christmas Seal campaign chairman, said lin testing programs and other ac-

i Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Watson this week that reminders are being sent out urging all residents, cavities designed to wipe out TB.
Wighlagn VieW this week. who have not already done so, to answer their Christmas Seal "I know", Elrzey said, "that 'many
By BETTY CREAMER We extend our deepest sympathy Letter. People during the huSitle and hustle
of 'the holiday season, forget tc
----- W Ito the Echols family in the loss of "TB is still the state's--and na- send in their campaign contrbu
Mr. and Mrs.Artie Wooten ofDe- : a loved one last week. The Echols. 'district 'meeting Monday night. tion's-number one public health tion. If you haven't joined chi.
F1 iak Springs visited Sunday are former residents of Highland will regret to learn sl.. is patient menace," Ellzey -said. "Experts in worthwhile cause, I sincerely urg
with the J. R. Hewe't family. View. at the Municipal Hospital this the TB field warn us that now is you to do so now. Some of you may
-Mr. and' Mrs. ,Dwight Minger and Mrs. Mae Creamer and daughter, week. We hope she w'1l ,be feeling the time to take decisive action to have received more 'than one enve
sons, spent- tie week end in West- Betty and Mr. and Mrs. George much better soon. eradicate tuberculosis before the lope containing Christmas Seals. Id
ville wlththifr parents. They were Simmons attended 'a birthday din- Mr. and Mrs. Luie D. Holland and TB germ becomes resistant to the so, please return .both of the pinkb
accomikined 'home by Mrs. Minger ner Sunday at the home of Mrs. C. W. B. Holland attended a family envelopes to your Christmas Sea
who 'wil isit her son and family E. Whitaker near Bonifay. honor- reunion held Sunday in Cottondale. Mr. and Mrs. David Coley of campaign chairman so that the dup
for a. hile.' ing their father and grandfather, The Highland View Methodist Sneads visited Friday with the S. locations can be eliminated."
Friend f W. C. Forehand will A. J. Payne on his 80th birthday. Church, was host to the MYF sub- D. Gordon family. -
regret to learn of his illness. We Friends of Mrs. Robert Goodson

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FASH1ION FAIR Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka


BUY NOW AND SAVE ON Ladies Top Reg. $24.95 val.

COATS! SUITS! DRESSES! COATS Price17
Full Length Sale


Freu Parking
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
817 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Flomido


Power Squadron

Plans Course

On January 25, at 7:30 p.m.


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