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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 19, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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 TALKS-Letrs kseF
It where we can speak with it
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchantel


"P"rt St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apciachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-FbURTH YEAR THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 17


TJo JCProjects



Complete This Week


First Road-E-0

This Saturday

The Poyt Bt Jooe Jaycees will
sponsor 'their first annual Road-r-O
driving contest this Saturday morn-
ing beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the4
Port St. Joe High School gymnas-
ium parking lot. The writVaen test
will begin at 9:00 aim. with the
driving -competition to [begin -at
10:00 a.=m The Road-E-0 is. a ipro-
ject of the Jaycees designed -to pro-
mote safe driving habits among
teen-agers.
Serving as. judges- or. the Road-
F-O will be three Florida Highway
Patrolmen, one Deputy Sheriff and
* -.onr City 'Pbilcema.n.
E 1gibl1e tlo ieter .the ..local eon-
-test will 'be licensed drivers of high
School age (16-18). The drivers *rill
take a written test, drive an.obsta-
cle course and'will -be judged on
both .everts. The -winner of the
Road-E-O will ibe taken to Fort Wal-
toni,Beach- next"' Sae rday to com-
pete in ,a district- contest. The-''win-
Sner of. .the district contest will go
to Psa gcola.,on February 4 to try
for state honors. '-The.state. winner
will go to Washington, D. 0. .to.
try for the National Championship.
Jaycee Ralph .Swatts is chairman
of the -Road-E-0 and reports .that -a
good number of teenager-s have
.agned up .ioi the con-test already..
S'Swatts points out ,that, -entrants
still: have ,today and fomolTrow to-
contac- principal roy aSB in
and sign .up ,for the contest.


Sharks Lose To Male

Over Apalachicola -

Malqne took advantage of a"col t
third quarterr by Por.S t. :Joe. to
defeat the '.Sharks, T4-2S, ,Friday
night -of last week. .
Wikh the .score 'tid at 1i 15 at
,the end of the first half. thA Tigers
outscored -the losers,. 10-9 iin he
-third stanza -to wrap .up the game.
Center Davifd Soderquist led -the
winners with -11 poin'.s Bob. Munn,
Shark forward paced tare iSharks
'with 12 points.
-Port St. Joe won the preliminary
junior 'varsity game, 20-16. A last-
second fieldd ,goal and two fomt
shots provided -the 'SharkJV's -their
four-point scoring margin.
Both games were nip and "iek
an the way. -
Sharks fgft tp Maiene. fg ft tp
Munn 4-4 12 Brysntt 1'2 4
Wilder 31 7 Oive 2 5 9
Gardner 1 0 2 Sod'qt. 4 3 11
Ray, A. 0 1 1 Johnson 1 2 4
vanss, 0 3 3 Duce 1 3 5
Dawsoh 0 2 2 Jones 0 1 1
.iay, J. 0 1 1
Score iby quarters:
Malone ja & A-9 10 9-34
Port St. Joe -. 8 V' 3 10-28

Apatachicola Game '.
SPort St. Joe's Sharks ran.-up and


To Pick Young

Man Saturday


Wewa Gets Money

For Housing Project

SCongrsn S Bob Sikes. an-
nolnid yesterday that the Pub-
lie Housing Administration has
announcQ$ A financial aid con-
,tract woibi be signed with the
Northwest Florida Regional Hous-
ing Authority providing for con-
struction of new 40 low rent
houses in Wewahltchka.


This is the last chance for mail- The housing will be built at an
ing in your nomination for the estimated cost dt 4525,250.
Most Outstanding Young Man for *;
the year of 1960. The nomsations M
will be closed -Friday afternoon at MI .S* ffOrd0
6:00 pm. Ma e
Judging will be done Saturday, Taken By Death
January 20 on the basis of the nom-
inations.
The winner of the award will be Mrs. Liza Stafford of Highlaudi
presented as a honor guest at the View passed away at the Florida
regularJa7ycea dinner -meeting Tues- Sate, Hosbital CinbatiahooiitiO
day, January 24- at he- Gutf San4s Tuefisday, J"aRU 17 at 1:65 p.m.
Molltfwing a long ilness. She was
NomInees cannot be more than 60 years of age.
35 years of -age through Deceimber rSurvivors include her husband,
31 19O6. Nomiations hM be J -D. Stafford of High-land View;
based on the nominees civic affairs .our aOAs,' J. B. Stafford of Port
acti-vitiled during the past year. The S~.Joe, BiUly Ray of Seattle, Wash-
name of the Port -St. Joe winner ngon, Donell of Westminister, Cal-
will tbe entered in state-wide compe- pfornia and' William, enroute to Oki-
tition. : nawa; three daughters, Mrs. Ouida
All nominations should be alaed Schmidt, Jr.. Sierra 'Miadre, Cali-
to Jayce4 Nomination Award, P. O. fornia, Mrs. Hulean Thames, and
Box 308, Port St Joe. Mrs. T1lie McKiernan, 'both of
o -t. *Port St. Joe and 13 grandchildren.-
chF. .uneral services will be held at
SChanGS Mad In se'Kighland View Baptist Church.
Shthdule tis ., ternoon at 3:00 p.m., con-
Cage Schedule u of
6dltea by Rev. Ii. I". Adams of
-- PanamaM Oity, assisted ,by -Rev. Ru-
Two changes have been made ji l DaviS- and Rev. C. Byron.
in the Port St. Joe Sharks bas. Sipth. The body will *lie in state at
ketball game schedule .the toafford home in. Highland
nighth, the Sharks will ni VieW, .tuiU *tShe izr. ra.L .
host to Bay High with the Active A al.beArers will be Joel
lminary gamp to start at 7M Lowett, JmLovet, Edgar Sml,
p.m. The varoty game will got Carl Lee9 I '1lBams, Dan Hatfield
underway at 8:00 p.m. and y.s... -


ne; Take Easy Wm S au urch

rui itg btheWi eks -in c. b

*the Chama araks in heck te -tMe t. James pscopal Church
last half. M nracked *up 23 points held its annual Parish meeting
in three "quarters. Wilder followed TjarsdSa aight, January 15. The
with eight -and led the Tebounding purpose of this annual, meeting,,
with eight. whidh was- preceeded by covered
Bobby" Duncan and' Earl' Dugger dish dinner, was to elect tb.iee new
led Chapman's soa Iorig 'wtbl 12 and Vestry members t serve three
10 points, respecti-vely. Milton year terms and one member to till
WaOd'as rebmding -kept his team a -two year term. Those elected, for
'from even deeper trouble. a thr e year term were Roy Gib-
ApOlach .eored first and led for son, Jr., 'Raymond Lawrence and
three minutes against St. Joe's re- Winl Ramsey. Oharles Wall lwas
serves. Bob Kerrigan 'pulled -the elected 60o a two year term. The
'Sharks up to a tie in the fitt per- Retor, Rev. Harry Babbitt ap-
i1od by 'sinking' a- field goal with pointed Vestryman Tom Coldewey
three seconds ., -- as -:Senor Warden and 'the Vestry
Coaoh Marion Craig pUt his first elected Bruce Weeks Junior War-
team into action -and -the cntest den; 'Paul Paensom, Secretary and
was over as far as Chapman was- TOm Alsobrook, treasurer.
ooncernel. In another matter of -business
The losers -made only -two points tlhe members Of the congregation
in the third period-via ,the tree elected J. C. Aibogast and Herbert
toss. Lashley ,baske'ed the first Brown as delegates 'to the 118th
iii goal of ithe sAwecondA half forn Annmual Diocesan Council. Paul


Apalach with three minutes eft in
the game. 'Duncan followed with
Chapman's -second and -last field
goal.
With 1:50 remaining, Ohaig put
four reserve players into action
along with Munn. 'His fifthh sub
went into the ,game with less -than
a minute -to play.


down Chapman High School's% gym- BABY SHARKS WIN
nasium like they owned it Monday Port St. Joe's Baby Shanks scor-
night and ended up on top of a ed a convincing 39-10 decision in
47-29- score, a wild and wooly battle with Chap-
Cbhapman managedd to hold the man's junior varsity in the prelim-
Shark reserves -to an 8-8.tie in tihe inary game.
first ,period ibut were trounced by James Kennedy and Joel Barbee
the first. five for the remaining led .St. Joe's scoring -with six
-three periods. points each.
Defensive play of Jimmy Wilder Twelve Port St- Joe players got
and the scoring of Bob Munn kept in the scoring column.


Chamber Elects New Directors;




Hears Committee Reports At Meet
Com e iorM


Blount, Dodson and Woods Are Elected To Board


The Port 'St. Joe Chamber of
Commerce, ejected three new di-
rectors for three year periods at
the annual' efection meeting held
at the St.-James' Episcopal Par-
ish HousS6. Approximately 50
members.-of the Chamber were
present to cast their ballots.


Selected from the slate of nom- *pired... A fourth director, C.alvin
inees -to serve on the Board, of XDi- Flyd,. was elected to serve out the
rectors were John Blount, Jr., Ed remainder of the term formerly
Wood and Walter Dod-son. They held tby Martin Begley, who -has
will fill bthe vacancies left 'by direc- moved raom the city, -leaving his
tors G. F. Lawrence, Dr. Joe Hen- post vacant.,
drix and E. Tom Pridgeon, Sr., YEAR END REPORTS GIVEN
whose 'ihree year terms have ex- Retiring president, Dr. Joe


NEW DIE .ORS-Piotured 'above are tl three. ew drect-Qs of the Port St. Joe .Chamber of -Comn-
imerce elected at the annual meeting Monday niglit. The new directors, left to right, are John G.
Blount,' Jr.. Walter Dodson and Ed Woods,..They will each serve a three year term. A fourth direc-tor
was named to serve out an unexpiredd term. This director .was Calvi-'n Floyd, who wma not present when
the pict.are was, made. '.. .. ... ( Star.,phto) .
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S A 1 A A A _A_ ._A~-,, -


Vitro Plans Expansion


In anticipation of increased activity over the Gulf Test
Range, the Air Research and Development Command of the U. S.
Air Force. has granted Vitro Laboratories a supplement to their
contract for the first six months of the 1961 calendar year. An in-
crease of 200 personnel, to maintain and operate instrumentation
for missile missions over the range, is included in the contract.
Vitro Weapons Services will re-
quire many electronic technicians ten years. Vitro 'expects average
experienced' in Ground Tracking payrolls for its employees in the
Radars, Data .Conversion, and Tele- state to be in excess of 550 thou-
metry in .order to operate the high- sand dollars a -month.


ly technical instraumentation over
the Gulf Test Range on a double
shift basis.
The total number of Vitro


FeUasn and Tom Coldewey were Weapons Services employees in
elated 4lterates. the state of Florida will rise to
A report was given by the 7 'ery over 1200. Approximately 800 of
Member Canvass chairman, Tom these employees will be located
Coldewey. Mr. Ooldewey reported- in the immediate Eglin area, over
that. thisi year's pledges represent- 160 In. the 'Port St. Joe area, over -
ed the -largest amount ever pledged 120 in the tarpon 'Springs area,
-by the members of St. James 83 Ini the Naples arae, and 11 irf
Church andthankued all the canvass "the Key West area.
workers for making the -finance In addition to the contract re-
drive a success. aponsilb-ility of ,operating 'the Gulf
After the [business 'was all con- Test Range, Vitro will also 'enlgin-
cluded, a film about the University eer, maintain land, operate in-str-u-
of the -South at Sewanee, Tenn., mentation located at specialized
which is oewaed. by the Episcopal test ranges at Eglin and at various
Church, iwar-AkOwn. other 'locations along Florida's Gulf
Coast.
IScore by quarters: Vitro Corporation of America
-Port St. Joe ..__ 8 9 9 21-47 has been under contract with the
Chapman High .... 8 5 2 13-28 USAF .at Eglin AFB for the past


Service Off er

Gives Report

Gulf County's Service Officer, J.
J. Hill' reported this, week that
'Gultf County veterans have receiv-
ed 'during 'the period-of -July 1, 1960
to Decemibbet 31, 1960' $26,146.85 in
benefits. "'
- The money -was -distributed for
.the purposes following:.
-Service -connected. $5,567.70.
Non-service connected $5,i37 15.
PL -55.0 -training, .$12,300.00.
Death ,compensation and pen-
sion, $11,275.00.
Burial, $325.00.
Miscellaineous, $42.00.

BOOST PORT ST. JOE!


Coach Craig Speaks

To Kiwanis Club

Coaq,b Marion Craig spoke to the
Kiwanis Oliub'-"Tuesday on his re-
cent -trip to- the annual meeting of
'the American Football Coaches As-
sociation held' in Pittsburg, Pa., last
week.
Craig re-p.orced that the clinic
covers e,&,f' phase of football. 'It
is a serious, business for most of
the college coach-es who have to
win to 'keeFp 'their j,'bi", said Oraig.
'Craig said. that even 'the clinic
put the emphasis on winning. The
mann of the hour.isthe-winningest
coach this season- with -last year's
,winners just another -member in
attendance.
,Cradg. said, that the clinic helps
any coach w*ho attends to keep up
with thie' trends in football, ,the
changes' n' rules, and new playing
techniques. "
Guests of-the -club Tuseday were
Jim Finney of Kokomo, Ind., and
Fred Driggers of Dothan, Ala. The
guest from the high school was
Bobby Hooper.

SEE YOU IN CHURCH THIS
SUNDAY TWICE!


Hendrix called on his board of
directors for year end commit-
tee reports. Each director heads
a committee in the Chamber.
Wayne Buttram reported for the
Merchant's Division of the 0C' of C.
Buttram reported that the mer-
chants have re-organized for the
year, 'and 'have set up monthly
dinner meetings to be held- on the
last Friday of each month. Plans
for several sales promotions are
under 'way, Buttranm reported.
G. F. Lawrence reported for the
membership, and attendance com-
mittee. Lawrence reported that the
Chamber had 143 paid up members
last year. He advised the new head
0of 'this' .comnmit-tee to get most of
his work done the first 'few weeks
-of the new year.
Bob 'Silwel-l, chairman of the
publicity and advertising reported
that Frank Pate had been named
as local representative to the Gulf
Coast ,Oh-anlber of Commerce, com-
posed of chambers along the ibig
'bend to promote Highway 98. 'This
group plans to erect six road signs
in February for this ,purpose. An-
other advertising project -is a plan
to erect new. welcome, signs at chl
city limits of Port St. Joe. These
signs will -also provide space for
all civic clubb signs denoting meet-
ing dates. George Wimberly, Jr., is
in charge of ,this, project.
Dr. R. ER King is- in charge :o:a.
project which -will provide a. new,
brochure pushing tithe tndosriL po-
tential of 'Port St. Joe. The brocJure
will advertise present industry And
also tell the "Port St. Joe- story" to
industrialists. .,

S. L. Barker reported that the'
Chamber Is ending the-year with-
a good balangffe1f.ttw bank.-Barka
reported that the Chamber 'has
a balance of '$1690.9. $750.00 of
.this balance will be placed- in
the building fund which will then
total $2,418.00.
George 'Wimberly reporting. (for
'the civiceimprovement committee
reported that work is progressing
on an airport project. Wimibenly
said 'that land is available for' the
airport and that the County 'has
promised to do the work on the
facility. Wimiberly said that ..the
committee is now waiting -for work
to begin.
R. E. King gave a short, com-
plete report on his committee-
housing. Dr. King reported, and
we quote, "The housing shortage
is licked."
Reporting for the Port Develop-
ment Committee, Herbert Brown
told the group that dredges 'will be
baok in iS.. Joseph Bay around
March 1 ,to complete dredging oper-
ations on Port St. Joe's channel.
Brown said 'the dredge was for-
ced to leave for repairs before the
work was completed. Brown report-
ed that dredging work was receint-
dy completed in trhe Gulf County
Canal.

NEXT MEETING MONDAY
The newly elected' Board of Di-
rectors -will meet Monday night to
elect a president for the coming
yew.

Attending Inauguration
Mr. and Mrs. George Tapper and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hendrix are at-
Stending the inauguration of Preil-
-dent John F. Kennedy in Washing
iton, D. C., this week.


Rotary Club Hears Talk On "Employee-Employer Relationship"
Shadows well beyond the boundar-

'Past President Lawrence Bissett vinced that 'all men do not possess "I bmit that today employees vancement, is it known .to your ten' used suh, as,' the phrase or "worship", but it does influence lies in which you work and live?
'spoke .to the Rotary Club last the same qualities, so we as em, are e tally interested in the future employees?. terminology "professional -Image". the growing into a -good ci-izen-or I 4. Do you in your dealing wih
Thursday at noon using as his top- players 'must weigh each individual and security of their personal little "These are a very few. things "I would like to reind you that growing into a delinquent. So, I co-worker, treat your- employees
ic a discussion on vocational ser- to decide if those qualities the pros- world, which could, also include that could influence an employee, very shortly our schools and col- ask you to make a self-analysis on with respect and fairness so that
vice. He dwealt on that part of vo- pective employees has can be their employers world, if the em- to accept employment and could leges 'will be inviting. some of you these four points: these employees are happy to re-
cational service .dealing with the trained or bent to fit our needs. player would spend the extra timp also win and 'hold the loyalty of Rotarians present to go. before 1. Do you so conduct yourself in turn to work for you after enforced
"Employer-Employee Relations" or "Now, In your dealings with and effort to elaborate on such employees, these bodies and, extol the particu- your chosen profession that future absences, or do they go to work
to be more specific "Physical Im- your -prospective employees and items as these policies of your com- "I challenge you with this state- lar vocation or profession you rep- citizens -will emulate ycur .busine;. for competitors and so take your
.ages". -those already in' your employment pany, ment. That employers have failed resent in your community. way of life? training and secrets with them?
The' text of Bissett's talk fol- do you -use the 4-way test, that is, The hours of work. in their dealings with -the Unions, "Again, I feel it vital to give you 2. Do you so conduct yourself in "Gentlemen, I challenge you--do
lows: these four simple truths: The number of paid holidays. by not stating clearly and concisely four questions which I am sure tie your social life that you .would be you cast a "physical image" you
"I would like to start my discus- 1. Is it the truth? Are your employees compensated their hopes, their aims, their aim- in with our 4-way test: Remember proud to see someone else follow are proud of?
sion by stating that, as an Ameri- : 2. Is it fair to all concerned? when .they are absent for sickness9 bitions and the future for the com- this, young people without excep- the pattern you have made? "It is one you would like to leave
can, I believe that 'God created all. .3. Will it build good will and bet- Do you have a pension plan, .pro- pany and their employees. Now af- tion in ,their formative years select 3. Do you as an individual rea- behind ycu ?"
men equal'. As a Rotarian, I also ter friendship? fit sharing or bonus plan for em- ter stating -these, necessarily they some adult to idolize, emulate, and lize that in this jet age where corn- Guests of the club were Alfred
[believe this, tbut just as you Rotar- 4. Will it be beneficial to all ployees? must be lived up to. pattern their lives after. This adult mu.ilcatiof. is 'almost instantaneous, Slhuler of Apalachicola and J. W.
ans who employ workers, I am on- conoerned? Do you aove a system for ad- "I have heard an expression of- may not even be aware of this your business and social image cast Osgood of Panama City.


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FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE MEETINGS
The First Baptist WMU Society I ery, Mts: Richardson, Mrs. Steveus
No. 1 met in circles as follows on and Mrs. Irwin. After the 'busine.:-
Monday, January 16. of the Circle was over,. Mrs. Parker
Circle No. 1 closed with prayer. A social how.-
Circle 1 met with Mrs. W. I. Car- 'was ,then enjoyed by all.
*den in her home on Sixth St., with : .. -"-Circle No' 5
14 members and one new member, .The Young Matron .'Circle No. .
Mrs. E. R. DuBose present, met in 'the home of Mrs. Lee Tayl..r
Program chairman, Mrs. Wesley The meeting was called to order
Ramsey was in charge. The topic of by Mrs. Robert Whittle, chairman,
the program was "Facing the Alco- -who conducted the ibusiness'session
holic Problem". Developing the Mrs. 'Clifdf'Ellis. opened thb meeting.
program were Mrs. Asa Montgom- with prayer. Mrs. George Padgett
ery, Mrs. Van Landingham, and led the program .based 'on "Facing
Mrs. J. O. Baggett. Mrs. Dick Saun- the Alcoholic Eroblem".. Mrs. Ken-
ders led in -prayer for missionaries neth. Arnold closed .the. meetinh
on the prayer calendar for the with prayer. Those taking part in
month. the afternoon program were., Mrs.
A letter of thanks 'from Miss Cliff Ellis, Mrs. IRobbert Whiittle,
Minerva McLane, superintendent of Mrs. Lee Taylor, Mrs.. Kenneth Ar-
the Municipal Hospital. for baby nold, Mrs. John Scot. and Mr:
gowns donated to the hospital was Geonge Padgett. ,
read. The meeting was closed with Delicious refreshments were ser-
prayer by 'Mrs. E. R. DuBose. ved 'by 'the hostess to the. aix mem-
A social hour was enjoyed by all. .iers present. .
Circle No.2 ( '
Circle Number 2 met with 'Mrs. Ele nar co
Lonnie Bell in her home at Oak E m Try c l
Grove with seven members pres- r MS h o
ent. Chairman, Mrs. H. F. Ayers, L.unch Room Menu
called the meeting to order. The
program topic, "Facing the Alcohol- "
ic Problem", was brought by Mrs. Port St. Joe Elementary School
Oox, Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Cosn. Monday, January 23
I M^r., T rhv nf'f, pfl ,.vpr Beef rwith- *oodles, .snap beans,


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961


]After a business session, the hot 'biscuits,; apple jelly-carrot. .,Engagetmtment Announced
^ 'tc, '."meeting was closed nd' a social sticks,i. .: ........ k.. ngugem Ann u U
c hour was enjoyed. Tuesday; January'24- .
Circle No. 3 Sloppy joe n-buns, green tl .''Mr: 4s. Thelma' Rhames of Port St. Joe announceda the engage-
SCircle No. 'met with Mrs. Joe peas, cabbage and apple .salad lemin...
C Bracewel in 'her ome on Seventh on cake and ',mlk '' .. ment and... approaching marriage ,of her daughter, Edith Faye to
'Street with seven members pres- Wednesday,-January 2 5- :" Rdliert Gerald Raffield, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Raffield of Port
ent. Spiced -thaml -,cea-'-ibuttered po- .. ..
L '-. tbatoes, -.pinsch, apple upside down S1t. .Joe. Wedding plans will be annotmneced later.
~_ In the absence of 'the chairman,. ginger bread, white bread fand ~nilk .. .....
S Mrs. J. D. :Spears, Mrs. C'. A. Mc- : Thursday, January 26 i iemlber present other 'than
'Clellan had charge of the program. Meat loaf, bettered rice. steam r-S. em e HOSts / loe participating were 'Mrs. H-
She called the meeting to order de cabbage, .blueberry pie,wheat ......... :..... ... ...
bert Ridirds, Mrs. ecll Ourry,
and scripture was- read ,as follows: bread d .mil.' nlk.': -, """ Af+1hbeltlic hard, 'Mrs. Ccil urry,
S Matthew, Romans .and lst Corrin- .'Friday, January 27:'' IV I 0lIUUII YVJ,., Mrs. Jackie Wright, 'Mrs. Wayne
t hians. The program topic was, Lima 'beans, "'urnip ereeua, stu.f-' .. -- Bttrai,' Mrs. Yella Anderson and
"Facing 'the Alcoholic Problem"... A fed celery, doughnutsa -, cort'- bread The Woman's Society of Chris- Mars. Don R(ltland.
moment of silent prayer was obser- and iailk. ': '- ':'- tian Service met Monday morning -------
ved ,and closed by 'Mrs. McOlellan. '. !.,.-.' ... -. -'*-1 with Mrs. J. L. Temple w'ith 12 I _o "
S A;fAter the business 'session,. the .... un. : .... .. members .present. '" Lewis-Martin
S meeting was closed with prayer. A Highland' ieW "" ""n'te. abse nce ,'tthe chairman, --
social hour was thn enjoyed. *" : : ''::"' Mrs. Temple presided and 'after re- Mr. *and Mrs. H. S. Lewis of Al-
Ij Circle No. 4 Lur i ta .''S 'freshments were enjoyed, called berta, Va., announce the marriage
,C, umer 4 met In "..... ........ "the meeting to order. Mrs. John of their daughter Sioselene to James
J home of Mrs. Walter Richardson Oircle No. 2 of the Highland Carminchae 'gave t'b e very inspiring E,' Martin of Richmond', Va. former-
S on Long Avenue 'wih Mrs. Mildred Vi W Baptiit churchh 'uiet 'ii'6day devotional and .Mrs. John Blount. ly of Port St. Joe.
S Montgomery as hostess, with five ii the hom ,[' Mr Wa ter "bra- presented .a ..ery -informative pro- The wedding was n. event of De-
V members ire -rit. One new mem- ham. There' wr~ five' in :b'ers gram 'assisted by Mrs. Leo 'Shealy. cemlber 3. in the First Methodist
y ber Mrs. Richardson, was enrolled present. ".t -After the treasurer's report by Clhilurch of Alberta, Va..,
at this time. T. he meeting was opened with Mrs. Ed Ramsey, 'the program The bride is at .present employed
Mrs. W. 'C. Pridgeon brought rthe ,rayer by Mrs Juanita Powell. Yha irniaubhip was accepted by ,by the Enport Leaf Tobacco Co. of
devotional. The program topic was Proram charm r. Gr'a'h am Mrs. Jo Thomp:on. Richmond and: the groom is m-
DS "Fcing ithe AJlo'hol Problem". It. w1 n charge f thb de\1'onatl and Plans were discuSed f'-or he .Me- played b.y the Standard Drug Co. of
.was developed 'by Mrs. Montgom- '.pr,',ram Th'e meeing wa. dismiss. tihodist Men'.s supper by the activir- Richmond.
-___...._______________________"_ sed with prayer by 'Mrs W. C., ties chairman; Mrs. .Joe Hendrix The groom is the son of Mr. and
SGoodson. The "February "nieetlng. with 'duties being assigned to var- Mrs. James M. 'Martin of White
Swill' b''nb -t"he home of Mrs:' Jesse 'ious member. 'City. The couple are at home to
W" ^ "--m -" "U Haillman. R 're-S mncls 'weie "seir- "PThe meeting was dismissed with their friends at 2240-A 'Park Ave.,
1\ \ I vye .d by IMr;.raham. l-"" *' '.'".Wi" WSOS ,benediction. 'Apt. 1, Richmond, Va.


at seen in OLAMOUR


as sen n SEVENTEEN


FLIRTY FRENCH LOOK by Vicky Vaughn. A foam
of eyelet Iace ruffling the front of a floaty cut-away skirt,
a lowered 'n' lovely neckline. Delicious refreshment spring
thru summer. Cool combed cotton gingham check. Black,
blue or lilac with white. 5 to 15.
only the LOOK is expensive
10.98


DUAL. PERSONALITY. Toni Todd's all day costume
leads a double life. The slender sheath, jewel buttoned at
the nec, lives alone (and likes it) or takes to a brief
bolero for undercover affairs. Convertible fashion in
Rosewood's Balique, clip-dot cotton and Arnel triacetate.
Easy-care and pretty to wear. Deep beige, black or blue
with white. 12 to 20; 12 to 24 s.
only the LOOK is expense "
10.98


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S p$er MARKET
S(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST JOE ON HIGHWAY 71)
AT WHITE CITY, FLORIDA- I
- THESE SPECIALS GOOD. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY -- :


l CORN FED PORK -8 LBS. THE BEST FLAVOR TOMATOES
Chop $1 0 1 TOMATOES
"b .. .. ,. ,
BaLk" t,
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FRESH MEATY SPA LBS.

RIBS $1.00
FLAVOR RICH -PREMIUM
PAN 3 --
SAUSAGE lbs.
LARGE BROWN
ONE DOZ. FREE EGGS
'With $10.00 Grocery Order or More
FRESH LEAN. .
MEATY A


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GARDEN FRESH DUG
NEW 5 9Q
POTATOES lbs. L"

APPLES d fn
ORANGES 3 VU
TANGERINES Bags 1
GRAPEFRUIT
TENDER d A
DREEM DEAMC N ncn


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J -.. 0 JUICE cans
,DogFOod 12cans~l! NABI0SCO
W00! l'""^1 NABISCO
CARROTS 21b. 15c Premiu mSaltini
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with G10A, Grimes AskId:
"We are most fortunate to be'
Social Security Service Names wi* o add to ou
able to add to our Headquarters
Tomas C. Camps, Asst. Dist. Manager cabilitieas jeb Web."
lit, ."Because of his wide acquaint-'
The appointment of Thomas S. duties on January. 16. The Panama dance throughout the food selling
Camps as Assistant District Man- Oity District Office serves seven field fo more than a quarter of a
Singer of the PIsanma City Social Se- counties in Northwest Florida- century, he will contribute much
ourity Office was announced this Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jack- to our continuing growth. With his
week-Ay John V. Oarey, District son, Walton and Washington. Mr. O1 27 years in the voluntary food
Managr... Cmps will want to become ac- store chain field, Webb will give
MCr. Oamps comes 'to Panama City quainted throughout the area and IGA a most valued ass."
from the M Iami District. Office, will be available to meet with in- Grimes said that Wh b's efforts
where he has served for the past terested groups and organizations wll also be devoted to the procure-
S\vo years as Claims Supervisor. shortly after 'his arrival. eniot new IGA ,wholesale supply
Luring his career with.rinSocial b-- ------ "- .deots....
Security Administration, h be- From his new office in the IGA
SinNove.mber, 1945, he has ser- T -International Headquarters -
ved us Field Representative in -.e !H rb t e cago, Webb said: "It is a privilege !
Day'toa-x Bea1O District Offi',e and J ah a to have Ibecome a Imember of the
a.''ClalmsSu wisor iithe 'veers- SJoin i outstanding .IGA. talent team. I
burg, Tennessee and Miami District i hae long admired the. operation
.... ie '".. "" ,CHICAGO-Herlbert T. Webb, O i "f this great.Organaiatiou sa d le
"-' '' : a ,i W ility of its president,- Don R.
SAccompanyil-Mr..Carrns on his who tor 27 years was :president-of rnes. I loor ooitard po a ri.
riveded in Panama City will be his the huge Red and White Food Store G r e.and rw ordog assor ation aich
wife, Leona, David, age 7, and u- chain with 4,000 stores in 30 states,
san, a4 4, `1ey~ "ill: reside 'on has joined lthe Headquarters staff .
Gayle Avenue. Mr. Camps served of .IGA, world's largest voluntary
'4-' ears with the U. -.19Lvyduring food store chain. This 'was announc- food chain operators, will play an Webb will head IGA's New Busi-.
World War II and is an active na- ed ,by Don R. Grimes, IGA presi- important role in 'the further build- ness Department, concentrating~ CLASSIFED ADS
val reservist. He attended the Uni- -dent. ng of IGA, 'who now have more his efforts at. both the retail and iant Return
versty of Alabama Acordi* .to Grianes, Webb, who than 5,000 stores in ,46 states and ,wholesale leel Midet Investments With
Mr. .Oanpse will assume his new is one of the nation's outstanding the seven provinces of Canada. In announcing Webb's .affiliation i dge .t h
+ .- ::~~-: -- .,


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r.. .i.n.


Terminat i hess+


EVERfING MUSTGO WE HAVE THE BEST BUYS YOU'LL FIND IN A LIFETIME!


'59' RAMBLER American Wagon
With Heater


$99500


'58 CHEVROLET 4-door $7750
IoI'.'tmtic Transmission, Radio, Heater -- CLEANI


'57 OLDSMOBILE Starfire '980' I 1055"
.--4-door Hard-top -- Power steering, power-brakes, power windows, power
seats, radio, 'heAter, automatic transmission and tinted glass -- Extra Clean


'57 PLYMOUTH Belvedere V-8 $79500
Radio, heater, automatic transmission, new tires Extra Clean!


'S BUICK 4-d. Century 9500
Hard-top -- Radio and heater, automatic transmission, power steering,
power brakes, whitewall tires -- Extra Clean.


'60 RAMBLER American Wagon
With Only 2,000 miles. Heater


1650so


'57 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. 210 V-8 69000
Automatic transmission, .radio, heater, whitewall tires Extra Clean


All Cars Listed Above Are In Excellent Condition With Low Mileage

GOOD SELECTION OF GOOD USED

FISHING OR WORK CARS FOR SALE
MAKE US AN OFFER

Above Listed Prices Made On Straight Sale Basis But, We Will Trade
v -


pa rt s..-L'-'i"t"-"110
ill hPrf ii,^ LI I!+

We Are Offering. Up To

40% DISCOUNT
On any item. If you need something for your car,
maybe we have it. Good selection of Pontiac, Ford
and Chevrolet parts.



ALL S HOP EQ UIPMENT
MUST G0
We have almost any kind of equipment from en-
gine electronic tune-up scope to brake drum lathe.
Just ask and make offer, we might take iti


15V2 Foot Fibre Glass Boat
Equipped with Canopy, Front Seat Cushions and Splash Well
Was $845.00
ONLY $515.00


1960 Road Barren, Lone Star
HEAVY DUTY TRAILER
With Electric Starter


$174.95


No Trades At These Prices Wil Finance
........ .o-.. ..


New 1960 40 hp. Outboard
Was $243.00
New 1960 3 hp. Outboard


35% Off Ust

35% Off Ust


GOOD SELECTION OF 1961 OUTBOARD
MOTORS 27% OFF LIST
51/2 Horsepower to 40 Horsepower


Wimberly Motors, Inc.


201 MONUMENT AVE.


PHONE BAll 7-3411


MMMEEMENRIA


i:


TO ADVERTIStERS-In case of error or omissions In advertisements, the pu.l tihrrs
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received Sot ru-h
advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convnces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word emains.


Reapportionment Is Needed In

Gulf County As Well As State-Wide
It seems that the population over the entire state of Flor-
ida is growing, shifting -- getting more. dense here, less dense
there -- making for problems of representation in the various
phases of government both state and national. It is with sympa-
thy that we read of the efforts of law makers to shift boundaries
of sections for representation around, so that such representation
will be more equal. Such a movement has been going on in the
State of Florida for the past four years with the entire state recog-
nizing the need for reapportionment, but with no section of the
state willing to assume the role of less power or less representation.
Now comes the problem of reapportioning the state Congressional
districts. Again no district wants to relinquish his seniority in the
'Jongress but each and every county in the state realizes
that such must be somewhere, in order for Florida to have the
greater voice in Congress that it has earned by natural growth.
Problems and needs of reapportionment are not all so far
removed from Gulf County proper. While these two reapportion-
ment needs directly concern Gulf County, -we tend to consider
the actions as something "foreign". But Gulf County has, a re-
apportionment need that is pressing and is definitely a concern
of the people of Gulf County.
Our county is in dire need of having its County Commis-
sion districts reshuffled. A short look at the population in the
present groups will show you the need. It is even greater than
the need for reapportionment in the State as a whole.
Using the number of voters in a district as a yardstick to
measure population by, we give you the. following instances, show-
ing the inequities of representation of certain areas i" the county.
According to these figures, more than half of the people of the
County are represented by only two County Commissioners, less
than a majority. We don't contend that the majority of the people
now represented by two County Commissioners should receive
the the majority in the county government. W6e propose "that the"
entire county be re-districted so that the population will be as
equally represented as possible.
Here are the figures on population in the present Commis-
sioner Districts, as represented by the registered voters in these
districts:
; Group Number One, represented by Commissioner E. C.
Hfarden has 664 registered voters.
Group Two, represented by Commissioner A. J. Strickland
has 478 registered voters.
Group Three, represented by Commissioner G. S. Croxton
has 842 registered voters,
Group' Four, represented by Commissioner Coleman
Tharpe has 729 registered. voters.
Group Five, represented by Commissioner Leo Kennedy
has a whopping 1,344 registered voters.
According to the 1960 census, Gulf County has just slightly
over 9,000 inhabitants. There are 4,057 registered voters. So you
may multiply the number of registered voters by 2.25 and get the
approximate number of people in each district. Working on that
premise of the population we find that Commissioner Strickland
(with the smallest district) is representing 1,076 people, while
Commissioner Leo Kennedy, (with the largest district) is repre-
senting 3,024 people. Surely this points out the dire need for re-
districting the County Commissioner areas.
This is the year to make this needed- change. According
to the law the change can be made in odd years. Those desiring
the change are charged with the responsibility of doing the rezon-
ing on the basis of population and presenting the plan to the
County Commission for approval or rejection. The Star plans
to do this during this year. This newspaper feels that this work
has never been needed more Tchan at the present time.
The last time the County was re-districted was some 15
years ago. Many changes in population have come about since
that time, and these changes in population deserve changes in
representation.


The Art of Scrounging
I had access to a bowl of leftover chicken legs and breasts,
a package of frozen peas, and a couple of English muffins, a ripe
banana, a jar of grape jelly, and a bottle of skim milk.
I could have been resentful that I had to assemble my din-
ner, cook the peas, and toast the muffins but I faced the task in
good humor.
I make no complaint. Everything tasted good. Cooking
and assembly time was about eight minutes. Eating time. twen-
ty. I left the dishes in the sink.

Always to expect te worst to happeri is what is called
sound professional counsel, approved by banks, accountants and
lawyers. Assuming this attitude makes for a very happy fellow
when such assumptions do not come to pass.

"Hangover-something to occupy a head that wasn't used
.the night before."


THURSDAY, JANUAaY A, 061


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, 'Fla,


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publlhino Company
WESLEY RAMSEY Editor and Publishewr
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, columnist Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161
Entered as second-clasm matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postofflee, Port St. .lr.
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR. $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50


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THE VTAR, Port St. Joe, pil1

Minutes of The
COUNTY SCHOOL BOAR
WEWA.HTCHKA, FLORIDA
January 3, M.61
The Board of Public InstructI
-met on ,i above date in reg-d
session, with the following prese
and -.r i -. Carter Ward, Cba
man, Otts Pylfe, Will'am Rooem
C, Boyer and J. K. Whtfiee
m roetbers.
The Superintendent was press
and acting-
The .r...-. n- thbe precedi
meeting were read and approve
ea read.
7*. f'finaialo iatement for t
lo~t. r. i .- i. -was examine
and .--i'
Thei Sanitarian's report was e
nminaed and ordered filed.
Thbe Superintendent was instrm-
ed to airranige a-'* ,..- 'r .-. betwef
the' Wewahitchfka City Commitss
nd4 the School Board to discus


You Are Cordially Invite


TH -,RSGLV, JANUARY 19, 19,61 i Ois flie, a Port St. Joe, Plor-
da, for tw year, Dit No 3, e'erm
a-ot C rvr S.c ol -r Experiments by ACS
sewerage disposal services for theI C e Boyer. Port St Joe. Florida.
now school plant ande e George for flor years:, Diet No. 4 term a ?In erestingon i-
D Washington Carver Scbool- expires 1985-.' E
The Superintenidentiwas ins'.uct- T w K ,aifiir .et ewnhitchka I
ed to get copies ot a sketch design Florida .for two years, DILt, No. 5, Each F1ai the Ameri'an Ca,-
ed tby the FBT for use in elenen- term expiresa F6l -t e Aersear Ca
on tary schools for the purpose off ur- J Each of thefoHllowing ne-w em- eo Society reviews the research
lar ,:t;ing helpful hints to amal C ers elect-ed on the 8th day of No- acomplished by snienrtits sup-
n.t dren which will beater enable then, ermlerr, AD. 1060. ported by ACS grants. What fot-
,- to protect themse-ves from child[ c or, rrolesters, ''- -- presented '7- r commissions } .
ld, The S perintendent reminded the as mainem rs of said Board of Pu.b- this research prepared fo-r hte
Board of the meeting for new meni- lic Instructiornarthe'term oftoffe general public).
tt bers a.nd old members to be held set forth ehoe- beginning on the :: --- ." and .-... -.- are
in TalIahassee, Janaary 16 ana 17. first m :- after hep first Mon two renurritg vors aed n ny
ag The Board granted -.aI.1 ,r i- 'SJ- S 61, and unti'ahir h Ir
red Brown maternity leave -beginning succeshoa are eAected ada quali- anays7s 'today of c cancer rwea ra.o
January 2, 1961 ftied, and haing -filed xoh.d with the Often related, too are the words
he The Board bain-g completedI al ISecretary of State as :--r.bi:.-- "`ore .cieutets neeedd" "mre
ed ,n' i bn.iness the new -board then by -' -. '- 237 lorda --- loreedled.'oa- valzt-,-a ft ow
-,,-, --.' as follows; the '--i thean proceeded to W com a- g'w, sa. cr r
ex- William Roemer of WoewaLitcthk, plate *. i-, o-mpgance, alo g .e av e e in resa2h
Florida, for -two years, District No Wi 'Section 3315 a nd. -2: I i. dif5u1 -5be ra.s-e to one is qite
ot- 1, term expires 1963. FlorIda ....-as follows- s -Wre here the o oa
Aen Carter Ward of Port St. Joe, F or- On m K. Whitfi, sec- ie
on id'a, for four years, Diat No. 2, term onded 'C B Boyer, Otts Pye,
a's expires 1965 was eleted'clairan act o-n nao-
tion : ; C Boyer, scoed by
r e ad' Y e .- ram ". ofr w, AV" Tast
ed To Attend sBoad o aic n t--strattcan tr ta s aiPes : ..
c. .ty at a? rSa s oftrMs ToCmlason, c___. 8


Long Ave. Baptist Church I

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY h,. fH1 O4'. '.J -S aam
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
P 1'I':<6,T TP \TNIGO UNION 6.. :15 p.m.,
.:,IMI'G WO()RIIIP 77.:/ p.m.
PIT \TYP SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
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WHAT A LIFETIME Rxs ARE WORTH
At today's prices, the is..' needed 1. the
average r". would cost about $750 dating
in entire *, *', A Jot of .. "i 1'. less than a
1,ird the cost ,1 a car -!. a has to'be r. ,' every
few years.' It's less f, ".. o- cost of 2 or 3 vaca-
tions. Yet it buys a it.-.r'. '.. ,r of '1'
S.. l' .*,..,,,, .1. .. That's why we ,., .

Today's Prescriplion is the Biggest Bargain In History
t- the Most Compfole Pescription Department --
lia. -"t. ii I t .or I'a f Itr.- it Yrv f r (ri V Sf' Pr' IscriptCn To

SMITH'S PHARMACY

Two Free Purhing9 Sprces ofr Your Conve, ience
ot Our Rntl< Door


7. -. u. A. uwene, Rholing commi.s nw, .
S.- ...- - "-. "L oft "TUt s 42o75
Putbllc st- rsctor -or te >l-rq s Joe *e1. S-coo a efn
four years, appeared n. person am t fr --. etc' .. 1323
[a -id ad samosned hia adu W s :ig S.3.ol, daeSunmrj
3wretary i tre board rt a, --
Slaw.'The Board the or a" e .. teK7w-
,fter a rzt d ...4 :. o n f4 Oil 'G o" ----r----. S '
- a ras day for h.LIng Its l*. -**- ?ak c' Fri
...... . ... _. |Breez6 PA C &
I There beg no further business :
to 0ome e'form them they Aid *e; n -'- --.. Ta-n 8!L-W,
1ajoarn ato arn f et again -I regular j p pirg out w 's 25A
'essar on -- ar 7 H -
'Tr>r Kt i T,' e IM/ a Oo t, t' ..- .
f" OPes O & ?yv I..a- IzTTr -
nt Chairman -, -- ai
LIST OF EF -PEND TtRES FOR a 2 .... i-ao, Sary. Io 75
STHE MONTH OF DECEMBER ) ....D- l, -.
-. Mo-Jr 'u. $2.GS Taylor Chem. Co., SUp. 6 WM
i<.. Termnit & Peat Onta W(sit XO-e. Prod, l -
S ocrv r.ia- I2,rI. es- 1a. La' :i 3
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A Afew of the ::-- .of


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car research ia J-- '- areas
,o i ruses are presented ':.-
VIRUSES
c Ooandir the problem of ri-irs.e
There have bean sporadic outbarets
f d discovery an the tiel ,.. in
1936 and again n i190. n 1. 911 he
fact that a --- virus -cares
cancer in -. ws f ts dis-
coveredx; 2- yers 'iatwe a -

.:: th-. .: of dancer of
: '. ,-a. t .i ,nice; foznrten years
later a virus was -.'-. the
- *' c 'mof s ifc iaa
SToday some 47 scientrt: ar-s
working o -- in .this
very activee annd field.
A irus is an iadeto -s tgent
w f.-pe ntrat& eis >an- or th
-n to make Virnuses in place i
Se t' c Mnma -, The eom-
c" .. is to be caused
t7 rod7 a'T U
.u Timos .and infuceaza aid po-

:- *a iras ca -se osa-y ca-na ar I
eingsg T;s its -one of the'
Timama s 7o+ ,o

hee hais been o proor tnat the-
.. c cancer,
v -r s can ur't nt wilt-in
-- In -huma -be gs, there are
-hi- 2 a- a or a.n
fews slian, w cD, -we do yoir '
yer, in ,armae'l,' weand tean In
-t js ry at Ti-uses -'- ne- on
aicroeo;) w.c7h an ma-nnify I
cmse- :han "0'I tntes, Is ar e-Q

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: THE CHURCH OF GOD
lib j| of Hihiland View
'' --.- WEi.CCOM.FS YOU .
.Se S[NDAY at:;lM'LOO ... ............ 9:.4. AKM.
i; '.'.:.. ; W OAf ....... ... ... 1. 0 A.M .
o "NG l PhPLE N ........u O. : 3 PM
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R W. SUGGS, P.ar or




ST. JOE SHEET METAL WORKS
We Fcabvcoai and Install All Types Sheet Metal
TEM.ITE SHiELD S --- GUTTER and DOWN SPO;'TS
DUCT WORK
Ant Work uaranteed No Job Too Large or Too Small
NOW LOCATED AT ST. JOE BEACH Phone 648-4443
Port St Joe, Florida
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Raednea4 at has baen lound that causig truass are so wldealy dia
cancer i :-- Perhaps ,hias .tlted htat large-segmants of our
nay be ,an instance wh're h eli di- people have built up an immunity;
sease is caused b an iateo tous or that the viruses are looked in
agant, as in .. 1 "at which the calls at '.'-. beiag transmitted
is not freely com-ntunicable b con only from mother to buildd
tat Or.r it may be ltbeat mhe eancer- (Continued on Page 9)



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Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor


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Morning Worship ...
Fvening Wotship
Prayer Service (Thursday)


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1 .00 A.M.
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Now January lu;N r, Can Sh.a i,. Too. Bonds
are already on the way to the 34,324 custom-
ers who took ;.:! ,, .. of new Ramblers in
December ..ii: 39th straight month in which
Rambler sales set an Ir.-: .i- over cor-
ire .1'.-.' previous :, ,..,.' M, -, ',..I ,
buyers also receive bonds. Both can share in
future bond payments up to a cumulative
l2".;'l,: 1t i .i r : 0- .i -, l ., '. .,
January Buyers Can Receive Bonds, Too.
American Motors' Customer Progress
Sh-. rI }'.L %--,r-i is retroactive and cumula-


Live. If you take delivery of a new Rambler
or ._ :.-.c :-. this n>:.ic.t. you can receive
U.Si. S, .-. Bonds, Series E, with maturity
value of o: 2 o $125, as Rambler sales reach
pre-set goals.
Join us in putting the .p.. uligiT on the
necessity for sharing progress, with ALL
consumers if the whole nation is to prosper.
Ask your neighbor about his Rambler.
Then see your Rambler dealer for the best
car buy and full details on how you can share
Rambler's success.


S_.--. Rambler American $ 32
Deluxe 2-Door Sedan
As Low As PER ,.:d;h
n t slnayments based on manual urers suggesa w i vera a riat factar ywitt u
npaymentr mirth entadt withi rm icar W Wag cW rs[ taxes paid Optionas
aqLqpeiint transpirta iris aiana Staa ate nd IncataY xes, it 4, extra.

.RA BLER The World Strndard of Basic Ecelfeemc


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FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK

at PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA

at the close of business, December 31, 1960


1.rti.r i'ORS:

J. L SnarA
PReISOENT
HAr&Y H. SALeEas
VlIE.PRES.DENT
Wanr.; C. DonsoN
V 1E- n,-e A?.3 CA0, 5s
RUDoLrs HarnDE
AssjeTAe.r C-ASe a


RESOURCES
Loans and Discouints
House, Furniture and Fixtures

Accrued Interest and Income f.ei ---- ', ..... $ 18,423.22
Uc S. Government Securities 1,4 27.28746
Fi rida County .,. Municipal Bonds ..-------- 35 87,777.37


.- =-. State and Municipal Bonds .......--.-.-
--:-. :.,: .i Bank Stock
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks -----


87,294.97
925.03





2,919,852.63


154. 9y.U4,
9,750.00
95i,91.1S54


$4188,31823


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R. H. MCINToSH
J. LaRMa MnIrn
HARRY H. SA-U=DER
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LIABILITIES
Capital Stock $ 200,000.00
s- -. 125,000.00
Undivided Profits 57'91.82
Reserve for Contingencies --... 31,181A46
Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc.
- r.--: and Income Collected, Not Earned
Deposits


41-1 1C. 2-3
38,914.14
12,477.51
8,674,828.30


A4A138,31823


Member r or:da National Group of BSnks


Member Federal Dbposit Insurance Corp.


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DINNERS 11oz.59c


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Capin John's Frozen French Fried.
SCALLOPS 7 oz. pkg. 43 c
PLUMROSE DANISH 'CANNED
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MARGARINE
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TURNIP GREENS 2
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24-oz. pkg. 25c
14-oz. pkg. 31c
12 oz. 39c
10 oz. pkg 29c
- 10-oz. pkgs. 37c
10 oz. 25c
22 oz. 39c
125 ft. roll 27c
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NG 3 lb. can 59c
46 oz. can 33c


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Ann Page
Red Beans, I Ibh can
Sultana Brand
Pork & Beans, 1 lb. can
lona Brand
Lima Beans, 1 Ib. can
Ann Page Prepared ,
Spaghetti, 8-oz, can
Ann Page Elbow and' Reg.
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to offer our heartfelt
thanks for the many cards, flowers
and words of kindness ofered us
during the recent Illness o W. C.
Forehand. We especially wish to
'thank Dr. Joe Hendrix and the. Mu-
nicipal Hospital staff for their
wonderful care and service.
W. C. and H. B. Forehand
Families


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Saturday, January 21


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961

Why Should We
Attend Church?
By Rev. J. C. Carmlchael
Have you ever heard of the Albe-
do of a planet? Once while teaching
science in higJh school I 'had the
occasion to learn that the albedo
of 'a planet is th eamou'nt of light
it gives off in relation to the
amount it receives. This depends
upon three things: 1. the surface of
-the planet and its ability to reflect
or absorb light. 2. the distance of
the planet irom the .sun. 3. the rela-
tive position of the planet t.o the
sun and, to the earth.
The 'Christian, in a sense, also
has an albedo. In John 8:12 Jesus
says, "I am he light of the -world;
he that followeth .Me 'shll not walk
in'darkness." In Matthew 5:14 He
says, "Ye ,are the light of the
world." Yes, Christ is the light of
the world and we, his followers,
are to reflect that lght. Our .albedo
depends, also, :pon three things:
1. ithe kind of person..iwe are. 2.
the distance -.we -iv:e. rom Jesus,
-and 3. our relativ position to the
physical and spiritual. As the plan-
et must, be high -enough- to cast
down the full-oribed, glory of -the
sun, so we, as Chris-'.an. must live
ABOVE the average ..so .that we
might cast the light of Christ to
those about us.
In Tacoma, Washlington there is
a man who collects, rooks. lie has
gathered a vast collection f ,rom
over the face of the earth. lie has
a room, where many of his rocks
are fashionedd into a great frieplace
and. others are 'displayed in various
ways. This man has a theory that
every rock has an allbedio and that
every rock can be made to glow
with vibrant beauty if it is exposed
to the proper light wave. By uslng
infra-zed, viole-t ray and ..other
lights, he can make his rocks, glow
with simulating beauty and. color.
One day he put an old- pekled
rock under a light for a few sec-
onds, and it glowed, for..everal min-
utes, aster. the light.was. turned off.
He said that an xeposure .f 24
hours to this light would make tlhat
rock glow tor three days.
SWe C&hrijstians can glow in the
darkness of this world only as we
absorb light from- the_ Master. The
more light we receive, the, more
we can give .out. It is a strange
.wonder that we... an. always give
nqe than we seemingly receive,
Have YOU given yourself a.good
exposure to Christ lately? Regular
attendance at Church will help us
absorb more of Christ and. .thus
ejui]p us to reflect His light,,.. love
and grace in every sphere of. life.
We simply cannot .rfeect a.-light
-wehave.nof received .nor can we
radiate a person we do not know.
See you in Church Sunday.

Orange Dessert
Contest Planned
The third annual All-FToida
Orange Dessert Contest is now nn-
derway with more than $7,000 in
prizes being offered for thebest
'desserts made of orange products,
according to R. G. Porter, Florida
Power ',oIporation home. service
adviser in this area.
*Sponsored 'by the Florida Citrus
Commission and FPC in .this are,
the competition is open to all resi-
dents at least 17 years old. The
contest is an outgrowth of, the
Orange Cake Baking Contest, ori-
ginated by the utility's home, asr-
vice department several years ago.
E ltry blanks are aviailabe at
your FPC office, supermarkets and
appliance stores. Deadline for en-
.terng the contest and submitting
recipes is February 18. Preliminar-
ies and semi-finals will obe conduct-
ed by local home service advisers
in communities throughout FPC's
service system.
Nanette Feibray, ejar, of TV and
movies, will emcee the final compe-
tition in Winter Haven, April 13-
14, and present 'the awards.
First prize will be all of. the elec-
tric appliances necessary to make
up an all-electric kitchen. These
include a refrigerator.reezer, table-
top water heater, disposal unit,
dishwasher and automatic washer
and dryer. Each of 'the 12 finalists
will receive a deluxe electric
range.
For further information, contact
your Florida Power home service
adviser.
CARD--F-THANK


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DRIED SWEET
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208 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
Specials for January 19, 20, 21
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':M.l.nut of the County On's-ok grader and one of equipment, deduct $1,600.00. validating machine to handle rthe
M1Wty CoM mhe front-end loader. There was a motion by Commis- increased amount of work ,and that Virus Expenri ents
COUnty Commission Whereupon, the following bids sooner iStrickland, seconded :by he would appreciate the Board giv. pee Fro Pe
"-- 'were received, opened and consider- Commissioner Kennedy and inani- ing consideration to this request in (Continued From Page 6)
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA ed: -mously carried, that the County the next budget. One of the experiments reported
January t,1961 BCurford-Toothaker Tractor Co., purchase te Caterpillar No. 955. The Civil Defense gave an oral Oneof exermes reported
The Board of County Commis- offered: raxcavator and the Caterpillar No. report on what Is being done in this year, Involved the injection in-
sioners of Gulf County met this 1 Caterpillar No. 55 Traxcavator 12 motor grader from, Burforv- County Civil Defense. He said to human volunteers of a cell-free
date in special session pursuant to at $18,700.00. Toothaker Tractor Company as per classes in Civil Defense .prepared- liquid, prepared. from -a pool ,gf
Notice .published. according .to.. law. 1-Caterpillar No. 12 Motor Grad- bid at $39,843.00. ness iwil begin in Port St. Joe next brains obtained from .patients who
The following members were pres- er at $21,545.00. The Board directed the Chairman 'week and within the near future habrdied ofaute leukemia. None
ent: E. C.. Haren, Sr.,-Ohairman, A combination bid for both pieces to sign a purchase order for said the same classes will ibe held in h adied of acute leukemia. None
Ooleman W. Tharpe, G..S. Crox.ton, of equipment, $39,843.00. equipment; that the County pay Wewahitchka; that an additional of the volunteers developed leuke-
A. J. Strickland and .eoo'Kennedy. Ray-rooks Machinery$20,000.00 upon delivery and the $5,000.00 worth of communications mit. However, when the pooled sera
The Crek, 'Sheriff, AttorKney and Inc, offered: balance on January 1, 1962. equipment has been purchased (a traction of blood) of these sub-
Road Superintendent, were also International TD9 Tractor, at There being no further business, from the U. S. Government atamp jects was inlected into a particular
present. $19,797.00. the meeting adjourned. Blanding, but the Department still
The meeting came to order at 1 International TD9-4 in 1, at Attest: 'needs a van for the purpose of strain of mice, 'which wee also giv-
/6:30 pn. $20,697.00. George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr. .transporting the equipment, 'and en Injections of the aasse .cell-free
The Chairman announced that 1 Galion Motor Grader, Model 118 Clerk Chairman that a 'storage space is needed, 'n material from brains of hu an 4wsb-
this meeting Is called tfor the pur- at $20,3 .05.'00. the Port ;St. Joe area.
th.ls meeting is called dor r fte pur- at $20,305.00. WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA I TheBoard voted to advertise for Jects who, h ad ldied of leukegila,
pose of receiving bids on selling the If awarded order for both pieces January 10, 1961 bids for all gasoline, oils, greases more Ubi one;hal the mice failed
The Board of County Commis- and fuel oil for the County for 12 to develop leukemia. For purposesr
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, months beginning February 1, 1961 of control, pooled -erai'rom normal
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH met this date in regular session bids to be received at 6:3.0 p.m. human begins was used, and
FR T B P IT C U Cwith the following members pres- January 24, 1961.b ...
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, I The Board voted to pay the Mu- serum protected only about 10 per
Cerne" Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor Coleman W. Thanpe and A. J. nicipal Hospital of Port St. Joe the -cent of the mice from .developing
'Strickland. The Clerk, Sheriff, At- following bills: leukemia u under .lhese circum-
torney, Engineer, Road ,Superinten-
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 a.m. dent, Mosquito Control Supervisor Madeleine E. Whitaker, $75.00; :stances.
and Civil Defens eDirector were Essie Mae Jones, $52.35; Annette These magperifents could mean
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m-. also present. Bright, $15.00; Harold Jones $75.00; that a virus was present in the
TRAINING UNION ---.-... 6:15 p.m. The meeting came to order at Julia Afi Odom, $26.90; Council man brain filtrate which, though
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m. The minutes of December 13, 19- Bennie Smith, $75.00. incapable of -inducing disease, was
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) __ 7:30 p.m. 60, were read, approved and adopt. The Board voted to pay the Corn- calpale of el'ickli defense reac-
ed. porter Funeral Home the following tion (induction f a specific anti-
"Come and Worship God With s" TheBoard agreed to sell the Con- bills: 'Mary Catie Griffin, $75.00; body?) n human volunteers and
Tractor on thee Dead Lakes Road ap- Charlie Porter, $75.00. this could b passed along to mice
*111 I .proximately 1,000 yards of clsy Hon. ISamuel A. -Ptrik- Tax-A- ths couon
at 5c per yard. sessor, paid $6,606.03 to the Board through nadministatlon of sera. But
e- ii representing excess fees for the caution in ithe interpretation -of
The Road Superintendent filed his year 1960. ese rels is sti in order until
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH onthl e n te same wa ordered The Board voted .to pay Hon. more work is 'reported.
te n h se waode e Samuel A. Patrick $142.54 asCornm-
John C. Carmichael, Pastor filed. missions earned for assessing tax- And now comesa suggestion
a rt S. Je The Farm Agent filled his month- ,es for the Dead Lakes Water Man- 'that virses might be linked with
Port 8t Jo, Florida -- ly report and the same was ordered agement District- and that said pay- solid cancers of human origin.- A
Methodist Youth Fellowship _._ 6:15 p.m. filed. ment represent a donation from normal tissues of animals or human
'_ ."+ J. L. Harrison appeared before Gulf County to said District. n t im s o
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. the Board and requested the Coun- All bills were presented, examin- virus has been isolated from both
ty to give him 'two or three days ed, approved and ordered paid. human cancers and the "non-cancer-
'Worship Hour 11:00 d.m work -each week. The Chairman an- There -being no further business, ous"' tissues of cancer patients. The.
nounced that the County did not the meeting did adjourn. virus can be detected in caoroaus
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m. need any etran me at tis ime. 'ATSr. ST:tissue of human origin o er
Hon. Hearland 0. 'Pridgeon told George Y. Core Harden, Sr. isue of man origin only f er
___,-__ _____...._ the Board that his office needed a Olerk Chairman it bas been. .grown In laboratory


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THE. StAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.


THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961


Charter No. 14902 Reserve District No.' 6
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
OF PORT ST. JOE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA
At the close of business on December 31, 1960 published In response to
call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S.
Revised Statutes.
ASSETS
1. Cash, ;balances with other banks, including reserve
balance, and cash items in process of collection ........---- 943,204.2,
2. United States Government obligations, direct
and guaranteed 1,427,287.46
3. Obligations of ,States and-political subdivisions ........ 512,4.76.41
4. Corporate stocks (including $9,750.00 stock of
Federal Reserve bank) 9,750.00
5. Loans and discounts (including $272.74 overdrafts) .... 1,130,245.60
6. Bank premises owned $72,364.45, furniture and
fixtures $14,93-0.52 87,294.97
7. Other assets ,.28.059:56


TOTAL ASSETS
L I A B I L I T I E S
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships
and corporations
Time deposits of individuals, 'partnerships,


4,138,318.23

2,730,328.06


and corporations 241,694.06
11. Deposits of United 'States Governmtent (including
postal savings) -260,281.65
12. Deposits of 'States and :,political subdivisions 306,175.10
13. 'Deposits of ;banks 124,815.38
14. Other deposits '(certified and cashier's checks, etc.) li,532.)05
15. TOTAL DEPOSITS $3,674,826.30
16. Other liabilities 12,477.51
17. TOTAL LIABILITIES 3,687,303.81
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
18. Capital 'Stook:
Common stock, total par $25.00 200,000.00
,19. Surndpe 125,000.00
S20, UnLdivided. profits 57,918.82
21 -Resierves (and'retirement,account for Ipreferred stock) 68,095.60
-22. TOTAL CAPITAL.AOCCOUNTS 451,014.4
23. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS' .... 4,138,318.23

-MEMORANDA
24. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and
for other purposes -------.- 791,767.45
wi, Walter ,C. Doson, Cashier of 'the above-named ;bank, do solemnly
S ,swer thathe bov'e statement is true to 'the best of my knowledge and
belief. WALTER C. DODSON, Cashier "
Gorrect-Attest: .
HAR IY H. SAUNDEeRS
J. L. 'SHARIT Directors.
R. H. McINTOSH
State of Florida, County of Gulf, as:
S worn 'to and subscribed before mie this 10th, day of January, 1961,
and. I hereby certify that I am not an offiterl or director of thist bank.
VERNA M. SMITH Notary Ptilie
. .S ,My commission 'expires April 20, 19i2


animals. This virus has not been
fouhd in tumors of animals nor in
Beings without cancer which were
similarly grown in laboratory ani-
male. -
SThe-virus was identified by the
unique disease it caused in new-
born bamiters. A single inoculation
of a small amount of cel-free Ui-
41uld ifrob the liver or. spleen of
'terminal cancer patients-r of celn-
free tuid'obtained from human can-
cer 'tissue after the latter had been
grown in exparimental animals-
gi"e -,o Aia)njsterL .tw6. or three
days after birth, 'induced a mongo-
Joid-ty.pe disease-smaU size, flat


face, exophthalmic eyes, protrud-.
ing tongue 'and abnormal teeth Thw:e,
virus apparently affects bone and
teeth sand interferes with the fur-
ther normal 'development of thdse
structures.
Although these experiments sug-
,gest itha&t a viral 'agent appears to
Tbe intimately associated with .,hu-
man cancer, it has no*, been proven
that .,the agent causes cancer.
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lia Creech, Mrs. .Flo Melton, Mrs.
Verna Smit-a and Mrs. Nancy Shu-
ford.
A very interesting and inspiring
program was given by Mrs. Judith
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The -business 'meeting -:was- con-
ducted 'by Mrs. Jackie-Quarles. Mrs.
Elinor Nicholson, secretary, read
the-ninmn.utes; whicl6 were a'p.pr.oved.
After "the 'business- meeting, re-
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"I' PRI TING "
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Pr. Parking
Drive-n Window Service FIRING SQUAD CHA-CHA-A gathering of followers of Fidel Castro chant "to the wall-
Buzzett's Drug Store in Havana, demandihg.death:for-terroilsts who set off bombs in the city.
317 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Flo:ida I Over one third of. ithee reported II year. In the spring :the new offi-
total lost their lives- in four of the MiSS Ann Miller cers are inaugurated at tli "Greek
State's more ,populous -.efons. Garden" formal ball. .. --
800 Die On1 RoadS Dade led with 6; Du'val came next Pled1gs S rnrit'j 1 bhe;- College is a college ftor
S.with 77; Palmth eacffic deathirds .ombering 1700. The students reprebody nuen
In Nine Months wh7w iceab-t--sbering 1700-. The students represent
Hillgborough was fourth. Columbia, Mo.-Miss -Ann Miller, 50 states and 14 foreign countries.
daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. J. L. Mil-
'TALLAHASSEE--BEight hundred The 3,02 wrecks resialted in 32,- Jer, Port St.- Joe, has pledged Alpha
. and ninety-six persons died- in over 828 injured. Fatalities ecourred Int Alpha Alpha social ,sorority at Ste- I f .
990000 auto crashes along Florida only one per cent of the .totl hens College in Oolumbia, Misaou- IVM S. huorfrl
;Ihways duringthe first ine wrecks reported. The mileage ri.r
months of 1960. dlearth iaate itlood at 5.6 operaon,.:' 'trmal pledging .for new me- WSG
The Florida Highway Patrol said killed per 100 millHon miles of tra- bers of the eight social sorcrities .
this week these traffic deaths hap- vel. wae held- recently. -, Initiation of
pened-in 64 of the state's 67 coun- pledges will take ,place in early The Westeyan Service build mnet
ties leaving only three without -a Attends Meeting February. at the home of Mrs. Blair .Sihuford
reported, traffic death at that time. 'B. A. roller, agent for Metro- iSocial service is-on4.of the prin- on Bellamy ir cir', T ,sda.,y- Jan-
The counties with no traffic death politan Life Insurance Oo,, attendedd cipal oibjectives of ,the s.oial sor- nary 10 a-t 8:00 ap.m.
between Jlanuary 1 and ,September a meeting of the company's agents orities at Stephen-., ,although mem- Those present were: Mrs. Jalokie,
X"(. were Frankl'in, Gilchrist and 'held in the -Deauivllle Hotel on Ml- bers also participate ina a program Quarles, Mrs. Judith Parker, Mrs.
'Laayette. amnl Beach last week end. of social activities 'throughout 'the E inor Nicholson, .Mrs. Pay -Prid-


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CHILDREN'S SHOES $1.98
LADIES Values to $7.95
ROBINETTE SHOES $3.98
LADIES
JANTZEN and LAMPL SKIRTS
REDUCED TO 1/2 PRICE
500 YARDS OF NEW
SPRING PRINT CLOTH yd. 59c
Values to 98c yard
Regular $5.98
Solid Color BLANKETS $3.98
SPECIAL IN PRINTS Reg. 98c yd.
PAMPERED COTTONS yd. 79c
ALL LADIES -
FALL DRESSES ',

FALL SUITS p

FALL COATS r ce
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FASHION CRAFT DRESS PUMPS
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MEN'S -- $18.95 to $19.95 Values
DISCONTINUED FLORSHEIM SHOES
NOW ONLY $12.99
ONE LOT MEN'S Values to $12.95
FORTUNE SHOES $5.95
ENTIRE STOCK
MEN'S SWEATERS '2 PRICE

BOYS' SHIRTS, PANTS and SUITS
MARKED TO '2 PRICE
MEN'S


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BOY'S JACKETS

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MEN'S -- Formerly $9.95 to $14.95
MEN'S BATH ROBES
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ; AVAILABLE for income tax work
or special book work. Mrs. Chuck NEWS FROM
SGibson, St. Joe Beach. Phone 648-
FOR RENT: 3 untrnihed houses metal .bunk with iners rin g 4431. 4tc-l1-5 U L J Ve
at St. Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom mattrsses, $49.50. Like new, catl- H landing View
and 2 2-b.droom. See L r net style Monarch electric sewing; saving money see us for anything AM
and 2 2-bedroom. See L W. Darn .machine, $69.50. Surplus Sales of you need In your bome. STOP and By BETTY CREAMER
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12 St. Joe, 112 Mon. Ave] Ph. 7-4051. ISWAP 3HOP.
jhas, A. J. Adkins of Miami is visiting
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or FOR SALE (SCRAP WANTED: We pay high A.J. Adkin of Mami is visiting
apartments. Furnished or untur. Three bedroom masonry hoase i market ,prices for your scrap a- his mother, Mrs. H. B. Williams
nished. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481 on 90 x 165 ft. lot. Oak floors, iterial. If you are not getting top and family this week.
ihed as-3 bdays o -1 breezeway, garage and metal awn- price for your scrap bring your Rev. ,and Mrs. H. A. Miles of
at night. Mrs. Shirey. tc-10-6 wings on house. Good neighborhood. material to DUREX Scrap Mater- Southport and Rev. and Mrs. Fred
Total price of house is only $10,900. ial, and pocket the extra. We buy
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished purchase equity aid assume exis'- cast iron, steel, tin, copper, brass, Hadley of Andalusia, Ala., visited
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave g mortgage bearing only 4%% radiators, aluminum, lead, junk hbat- the W. C. Miles family Thursday.
Phone 7-5771. tfc-12-29 interest with payments of only teries and old cars, etc. Most any- Rtev. Hadley is a former pastor of
VERY LOW winter rates on two $58.55. Under normal conditions thing in the metal line. Honest wts the Oak Grove Assembly of G-od
tr e ,h hou this [house should sell for $13,000.. quickly unloaded, money on the
and three bedroomfurnishedhou- Threebedroom house on Garri- spot. 17t, Palto Alto St., Panama Church and has many friends in
es at St. Joe Beach. J. D. Clark, son Avenue. Can sell equity for City, PO 3-5382. DUREX SCRAP this area.
phone 7-7771. tc-1 2-22ionly $2,100. and you assume mort- METIL CO. 4tc-1-19 Mr. and Mrs. John Frank Lowe
FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs Iage with $60. per month payments RELIABLE PARTYFOR ADDED and children o DeFuniak Springs
7-4511. Mrs. Charles Brown. tfc[ A -new three bedroom masonry INCOME FOR PART OR FULL spent the week end with his bro-
hiouse atr St. Joe Beach with large TIME WORK WE SECURE LOCA- their and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gra-
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two 'bed- screened porch and carport. 400 ft. TIONS FOR TESTERS dy Lowe.
room huose. Large yard. Gas tank welL Will sell for $9,000. This is Male or female, water for this Larry William of Colubus
and -heater, blinds furnished. Phone an excellent buy it interested in area to service route for Sylvania Liarry W llim s aof Colbus,
5-1681. ltc-1-5 home at 'beach. 2t-1-12 and RCA television and radio Ga., is visiting .his grandmother,
FRANK & DOT'S AGENCY tubes sold through our latest mo- Mrs. H. B. Williams land family
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. 221 Reid Ave. Ph. BA 7-3491 dern method free self-service tube this week.
1506 Long Ave. Call 7-5426. 2tp testing and merchandising uni e.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom stucco Will not interfere with your pres- We extend our deepest sympathy
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- home. Centrally [heated and air- ent employment. To qualify you to the James Kelly family in the
ment for couple only. Call Mrs. conditioned. 910 Garrison Ave. Ph. must have $1,476.60 to $2,953.20 loss of their baby daughter this
Morgan Jones at 7-7641. tfc-1-19 7-4491. .tfc-1-19 cash available immediately for in- last week.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. I FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury'Monterey ventryand equipment, investment and Mrs altr Armstrong
703 16th St. Phone 7-7636. Call 4-dr. Power brakes and steering. secured Car, 5 spare hours week- mily spent Suneay in Grace-
after 4:00 p.m. tc-1-12 New paint job. 14-ft. LoneStar fiber year in your spare time, should be ville with Mrs. Armstrong's sister,
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308 glass boat, Lon eStar trailer 10 able to start at once. This company Mrs. Melie Bell and family.
Long Ave. Garage with large horse Johnson- motor. Call Mrs. will extend financial assistance to
i.dlity room. Price $7,000.00. Phone--Lillie Echols, BAll 7-8828. ful. time it desired. Do not answer Friends of Mrs. Robert Goodson
759269. tfc-12-15 WILL DO IRONING in my home. unless fully qualified for time and will regret tto learn she is a pa-
.. I Mrs. .Taon Dyvkes. 206 Duval St. investment. Income should start tie in Bay Memorial Hospital. We


F OR SALE: Fire wood and co* ... -"-.. .
manure. Call 648-4245 aer 6:00 Oak Grove. pli immediately. Business set up for
manure. Call 648-4245 after 6:00 -you. Selling, soliciting, or exper-
p.m. 3.tc-1-5 W.ILL KEEP CHILDREN in my ence is not inecessary..For personal
FOR SALE: 4 new VA houses on home. 206 Long Ave. 3tc-1-19 interview in your city, please in-
Cypress Ave. Nearly completed. elude your phone number and
y dorews Ave. Nearly c losingmeted MOVING & STORAGE: Planning to \write U. iS. ELECTRONIOS' CORP.
costs for qualified veteran. PRID- move? Please call us for free es- 6267 Natural Bridge, Pine Lawn
GEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 timate. We present Mayflower 20, Mo.-
GEONilliAs AvGENCY, phon e 7-7ue. nd we are equipped to give you
* illiams Avenue. excellent insured service. Suru co
FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bedroom Sales of St. Joe, 112 Mon. Ae., P ERunicaonofBErt St.oregularodge
house at Beacon Hill. Partly fur- 7-4051. 2tc-1- No. 111, F&AM every first ane
nished. !Phone 648-4431, Chuck Gib- REWARD: For information leading third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
non. Stc-1-12 .to the conviction of person or
FOR SALE persons who killed my 11 goats and 4
FOR SALE damaged my 'house at Nies. Bill
One gas heater, good condition, Oarr. fcy 1-12 JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
40 000 ibtu, $29.50. One small gas BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
heater, $12.95. Also, good buys in FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at All Master Masons cordially invite#?
oil circulating heaters and gas cook 1710 Palm Blvd. Two years o.
stoves. SURPLUS SALES of ST. Living room drapes, garbage di l.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
JOE, 112 Mon. Ave. Ph. 7-401. 2t 2ta included. Gall BAH 7-211. hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gull
FOR SALE: Antique, hand carved, LPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
teakwood dresser, $74.50. One set Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for son. Phone 7-7501.




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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961

week.
Earl Burrows of Colorado Springs
Colo., is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. P. 0. Burrows and family
last week.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this opportunity
to offer our thanks to *he many
people who were so -kind to me dur-
ug Tmy recent illness and stay in
.the hospital. Especially do I thank
Dr. Wayne Hendrix and the 'ospi-
tal staff for their kindie~s.
Laura Williams and family


Vitro Woman's


Club Meets
The monthly meeting of the
Vitro Women's Ol01ub was held Mon-
day, January 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Florida Power Lounge.
Hostesses for the meeting were
Mrs. Virginia Harpo, Mrs. Margar-
et Welsh and Mrs. Betty Jo Peter-
man.
Mrs. Jennie Richardson, vice-
president, presided over the busi-
ness meet ilng.


There were 20 members present.
Delicious refreshments were &er-
ived by the hostess a.nd enjoyed
*by all.
*e


wish her a speedy recovery. Gladioli ir
Mrs. H. A. Matthews is visiting. iol iCircle
relatives in Enterprise, Ala., this Meets Toda

AMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second ad fourth The Gladioli C Icle of the Port
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American St. Joe Garden Club wi*l meet iii
legion Hall. All members urged to the home 'of 'Mrs. Robert Kerrigan
attend. Thursday, January 19 t .
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon Thursday, January 19 at 3:00 < .n .
Secretary: Theo Bishop A very informative program on
ideas and orlgiiality in a-inige
f.s A. M.-Regular convocation of ments has been planu .
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
L. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
.ng brothers welcome. CARD OF THANKS
David H. Jones, High Priest. We wish to say "Thank You" for
Joel Lovett, Secretary the many acts of kindness during
WILLI1S 'V. ROWAN, POST 116, our bereavement aatitihe loss 'oc oui'
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet- small daughter last 'week. Your
ing second and fourth Tuesday kindness was deeply appreciated.
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion Mr. and Mrs. James Keley
Home. Mr. and Mrs.mes Kelley


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PHONE BALL 7-4261
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL .
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manage
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 Maiintenance and Stock Man
WANTED: Payroll checks. Boyles will pay you 10c
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IT'S BOYLES MIGHTY CLEAN

SWEEP SALE
Making Its Final Orbit With Exciting, Dynamic Values
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
COME! LOOK BUY! SAVE!
Here's only a few of the big buys to be had in this
great store-wide, record making event
Men's, Boys, Hi-tops, Ladies, all sizes. and Girl's Oxfords
CANVAS SHOES ---------- pair $1.91
Special Purchase Men's Plaid Sanforized
Flannel SPORT SHIRTS ---------$1.41
Special Purchase Men's Fine -- Sold up to $9.95
FUR FELT HATS-------$4.61 ,

A. Super Value -- Sold up to $10.95.
Group of LADIES' DRESSES ----- $4.91
-Several early Spring styles included in the group
A Sell Out Values up to $12.95 Excellent selection,
Sizes through 46.
MEN'S FINE SLACKS --- $4.61 to $8.91
Men's guaranteed
OXFORDS and LOAFERS ---- pr.$5.61
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Dear Friends: been ever since. We found happi-
Evrey store has its absent-emind- ness there and living return. This
led salesgirl. The Iboy friend was question might come up at this
kissing one such girl goodnight point: "Have you found security?"
when she turned' a sweett smile on We hear much about security these
,himn. "Will that be all sir?" Believe days, national security, scoWBl -*
it or not this was found in a pub- curity, individual security and so
location entitled "Better !Selling". on. Billions of dollars, money you
Well, we'll let the Ibetter selling and I have earned with sweat and
and bigger savings suggestions tears is being spent to produce na-
above this column speak for them- tional security .. our salary is
selves while we permit The Tattler touched every pay 'day to produce
to indulge In a few wandering social security. Will all -this bring
thoughts not directly connected the real security that humanity
with buying, selling and saving .seeks. This writer emphatically be-
One of many who have difficulty lives and states that it -will not.
finding time to read this column: One thing we've learned in the ox-
My hard-working companion and perience of buying and selling, los-
best friend .. y wife! One of ing money ,and making money: T'he
the most loyal and complimentary material and 'outside things such as
readers of this amateur chatter: money, clothes, automobiles and all
my another, 86, alert, active and other earthly possessions (while
healthy. Dad, 92, listens! A com- we've never had a 'great amount of
ment from a local' friend and cus- any) do not produce the security
tomer has almost given me the we seek. In this humble writer's
"swell head". "The fi-rst thing I opinion, real security comes about
read in Tie 'Star is The Tattler". within the mind, heart and sour of
Thanks Mr. C. A., for this generuos man. Yes, the feeling of ,peace with
and inspiring comment. One of oneself, peace with God and man,
these days we might cease from brotherly love, compassion, truth,
selling shoes, sox and what have mercy and justice. These fundamen-
you, and devote our time to 'this lit- tal .phases of life will produce a
tle hobby. It's fun! Our daughter glowing feeling of well being, con-
Barbara looked at a recent picture fidence, hope, faith and a cheerful,
of other pa and had this comment: wholesome outlook. It is our opin-
'"Well, there's 'the old farmer, him- ion that real security, individual,
self". Barbara was right! About 40 social, national and international
years ago we bade adieu to tobacco, will come only as a result of ac-
:corn, wheat, rye and etc. The hard knowledgement and obedience to
work, long hours and no pay was
no, inspiring and the future look- these permanent and spiritual val-
id glom theifr. e venture' d ou think


ed gloomy there. We ventured inio to Ues o1 yle '. WA." .
tbe iteid of selling where we've Slong. RGB

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ULlS11U 1b 10 IVIU1Ul

Golden Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. J. A- Chestnut of
Highland View will obsreve their
Golden Wedding Anniversary Sun-
day, January 22. The occasion will
be marked by open house on Sun-
day between, the hours of 2:00 and
5:00 pam. at the Chestnut home at
221 Sixth Street. Friends and rela-
tiTes of the couple are invited to
call


;CALLED TO GEORGIA BY
'DEATH OF RELATIVE
Mrs. Myrtice Smith was called
to Georgia last week due to the
death of her aunt, Mrs. Doc Coody.
Mrs. Coody had visited St. Joe
many times where she made many
friends who regret to learn of her
pasaing.
Mrt. W. J. Daaghtry accompanied
Mrs. Smith to the funeral.


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School, 283; Training
Union, 117 and Worship Services,
410.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Church School, 165; Worship
services, 341, Methodist Youth
Fellowship, 41.
Church of the Nazarene
Sunday School, 56; Worship ser-
vices, 111; NYPS, 15.
FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday school, 26; Worship ser-
vices, 57; Young People, 10.
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School, 178; Training
Union, 115; Worship Services, 324.
WHITE CITY BAPTIST
Sunday School, 107; Worship
services, 185; Training Union, 77.
Highland View Methodist
Sunday school, 50; Worship ser-
vices, 67; Youth fellowship, 11.
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Sunday school, 234; Worship ser-
vices, 245; C. A. Service, 15; Chris-
tian Cadets, 76.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday school', 36; Young Peo-
ple, 10 and Worship services, 74.


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THE qAft, Port At. Joe, Pla.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961

Course In

Boat Piloting

To Be Offered
On January, 25, at 7:30-p..m. a'
-the Port St. Joe High School, reg!s-
tration will ,be held for a course in
Piloting given 'by the St. Andrew
Bay Power Squadron. This course
is tree and is open to the public.
All persons, men and women, whe-
ther you own a boat or not, are in-
..-vited and urged eo participate in
this course. ,Some of 'the subjects
..covered' in this course are: Legal
Equipment, Rules of the Road,
Safety in Water ISkling, Aids to
Navigation, .Oharts ,and Piloting
and the Compass.
The Power Squadron is an organ-
ization formed ito promote water
safety and offers free safe boating
education to the public.
This will be the third class In
'Piloting held In Port St. Joe under
the sponsorship of the St. Andrew
Bay Power Squadron. Instruction
will be done by men of the Port
St. Joe area.
To date 17 men and five women
successfully completed this course.
In the very near future a petition.
for chatter tor' a Squadron in Port
St., Joe'.ill be( submitted to the
"ational, organization and It is an-
.tiepated that Port 'St. Joe will soon
have its.own Squadron.

WSCS Meets With
Mrs. R W Kerrigan
WS09 Circle 1 of the First Me-
'thodist Ohurch ,met (this week in
the home of Mrs. Bob Kerrigan
with 10 members present.
Mrs. Kerrigan,, circle chairman,
presided over 'the short 'business
meeting.
Mrs. George Suber, spiritua'
chadrm'an, began the program with
prayer -and Mrs. J. C. Laney read
Psalm 16. The program, taken from
the Methodist Women book, was
given by Mrs. Morgan Jones and
Mrs. Ralph Swatts.
The meeting closed, with the
WSOS benediction.
Delicious refreshments were.ser-
wred to the. following members:
Mrs. 'vey W .lliams, Mrs. George
SSuber, Mrs. J,. C. Laney, :Mrs. Joe
,.,Grimaley, Mrs. Morgan Jones,. Mrs.
.Ra ph Swatts, Mrs. H. B. Brinson,
Mrs. Eunice Brinson, Mrs. H. R.
Adams and Mrs. Kerrigan.

Survival Course
Being Planned
What would you do If this cuon-
try was attacked with all the known
weapons of 'today? What would be
your chances of survival? Just how
powerful are those modern 'bombs?
Just how deadly are the gasses our
enemies have? What are the dan-
gers of a bacteriologia'l i tack?
What are the dangers in .a propa-
ganda attack? Would you be inter-
ested in getting the answers to
these and many other problems fac-
ing the American public today?
Would you like to know what
you might do to better your chan-
ces of .survival in case of an at-
tack?
All this and more will 'be covered
in a short course being offered
through the : Gl County Adult In-
stitute and, sponsored 'by the local
County 'Civil Defense and Federal
Government. Classes will e start.
tag soon. For further information
contact H. F. Ayers, Director, Gulf
County Adult Institute or any of
the white or colored schools In 'the
oounty. '


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