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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 26, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keef
It where wi can spesk with it
once In a while.-Trade with
your home town merohantel
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Piles Up 558 Points
Out of Possible 625

Lindsey Thursbay, 17-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Thursday
racked up 553 points to win the
first annual Jaycee Teen-Age Driv-
er Road-E-O Saturday. Thursday
'won out over a field of 18 contes-
tants. Taking the second and third
places in the Road-E-O were Rod-
ney:Spaulding third with 541 points
and Patrick McFarland with 537
points. The perfect score for the
contest was 625 points.
The Road-E-0 consisted of three
phases, a written examination, road
driving and obstacle course driv-
ing. The written test was a thought
test testing the common sense of
the driver. The road test judged
the contestant on average driving
conditions in town and residential


areas'. The obstacle course was to
ascertain -the.-contestants ability to
handle an automobile in tight
places.
Thursday will be taken to Fort
Walton Beach this Saturday to eomn-
pete in area competition.
Other contestants a nd their
scores were: Tony Maige, 527; Joe
StClair, 526; Edward Wood, 517;'
David White, 506; Chesley Fen-
som, 502; Courtney Martin, 499;
Byron Eells, 499; Jimmy Johnson,
494; -Bob Munn, 491; Robert Set-
tlemire, 486; Ralph Elliott, 478;
-Ernest Thursbay, 478; Frank Ruck-
man, 477; Tom Watts, 450 and
George Boyer, 431.
The test was based on: written
tes', 200 points; driving skill test,
200 points; road test, 225 points.
Judges for the Road-E-O were
Troopers Ross, Pickens and Doyle
of the Florida Highway Patrol, Dep-
uty Sheriff Wayne White and Jay- i
cee Don Grossman.


The board of directors of the
San Blas Country Club set Febru-
ary 15 as the deadline for charter
membership in a meeting held
January 24. The board is confident
that the goal of 100 voting mem-
berships will hbe met .by that time.
Response has been very good in
both Gulf and Franklin counties.
Membership chairmen are: Bob
Connell, representing Apalachicola;
David Carl Gaskin, and Frank Gra-
dy, representing Wewahitchka and
Walter Dodson, representing Por'


THUJRSUAY, JAN UARY 26, 1961


Bay High 5

Friday Night

Bay High gave Port St. Jo' a
scale here Friday night, Lu. the
Sharks justified their "favorite"
role with a 47-45 victory when a
Tornado desperation scoring at-
tempt failed as the final buzzer
sounded.
James Prater stole the ball from
a Shark dribbler and raced down
court, .but was covered ;by 'two
Sharks when he attempted the lay-
up.
The fastiplayed contest was tied
only one time-50 seconds .before
the half. Joe Evans broke the tie
with a field goal after the Sharks
froze the ball until three seconds
remained in the half.
Evans and Jimmy Wilder were
St. Joe's most effective offensive
men. Evans led the scoring with
19 ,points. Wilder followed 'with 17
and led the rebounding with 10.
Final statistics showed that the
game was close in all departments.
Both squads took 40 field goal
shots. St. Joe connected on 20 to
Bay's 18.
'Both teams shot 13 free throws.
Bay sank nine to the Sharks' sev- I
en.
The winners outrebounded Bay,.
28-22.
The Sharks romped in the third


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WINDING HIS WAY through the obstacle driving course is this teen-
age driver. Curves in the course were continuous with most of them
being as sharp as .a 90 degree angle. Much turning of the steering
wheel, care and skill was needed to drive the course without touch-
ing any of the markers. (Star photo)


PORT ST. JOE, PLORIBA


Lindsey Thursbay Road-E-O Wi ner


Jonesville Still


Jonesville Still



Seeking Paved



Roads From Co.



Say Road Promised From Bond issue


Sid Brown Named


C of C President

Members of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Port St. Joe Cham-
ber of Commerce met Monday
afternoon to name officers for
the coming year.
Elected by the Board to serve
the Chamber as President -was
Sid Brown. Serving as Vice-Pres-
ident for the new year will be
Walter C. Dodson.


Adult School Sets

Second Semester

Gulf County adult education
classes will begin their second se-
mester courses in commercial work.
Classes will be taught in typing I
and II, bookkeeping, office ma-.
chines, business english. Classes
will also be taught in math, history,
biology and any other subject in
which there is a demand.
Classes will be taught on Wed-
nesday 'afternoons,.. Tuesday and
Thursday night.
Those interested in any of the
cuorses are urged to contact H. F.
Ayers, director of th (Gulf County
Adullt Institute or report at the
High School commercial room at
7:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 31 or
Thursday,; February 2.


NUMBER 18


of the money ahead of time.
Tull reminded the board that the
support. of the Jones Homestead
citizens had been asked for the re-
cent (bond issue, due to the fact that
the road would be paved under the
issue. The -bond money has 'been
spent and still the Jones Home-
stead road is not (paved.
The Board promised that they
would check with the SiRD and see


point-blank when they could get when funds would .be available.
their long-ipromised paved road.
The Commission told Tull and GAS BIDS LET
his group that they didn't know Bids on gas and oil were let
when the road could ibe build. It Tuesday in two parts.
was brought out that the county J. Lamar Miller of Port St. Joe
had no more secondary road funds was awarded the bid to furnish gas
and that the last check with the and oil for the Mosquito Control
State Road Department indicated department. The Wewa Hardware
that it would .be quite some time ompament Te Wewai Hard ware
before such funds would be avail-warded the bid to furnish gas and
able. Gulf Couny has overdrawn on warded the bid to furnish gas and
this fund to do several paving pro- oil for 'the Road and Bridge depart-
jects and ,has used up a 'good bi-t ment and the courthouse.


R. H. Ellzey Picked As "Most Outstanding Young

Man of The Year" In Jaycee-Sponsored Balloting


period, outscoring Bay, 17-10. They '....' -"-' '.....
led, 41-32, at the end of the period. PARALLEL PARKING EXERCISE is navigated above. The drivers
With 4:05 left the score read, were allowed only three "back-ups" in the parking exercise. They
43-39. Bay cut the margin to two could not touch the end markers, nor the "curb" and could be no
points ibut failed to sink the tieing .more than six inches from the curb without losing points. Jaycee
basket. Don Grossman is checking for distance here. (Star photo)
,Score (by quarters:
Port St. Joe 16 8 17 6--47 :, ..-
Bay High 10 12 10 13-45 .. .' .. '
Sharks fg ft tp|Bay Hi fg ft tp ,A .-- "
Munn 3 1 71 Davis 4 0 8 ;, .*. ..
Wilder 6 5 17|Snuggs 7 4 18 ... '
Gardner 0 0 0 Prater 1 3 5 ..
Dawson 2 0 4 W'ms 5 0 10 '
Evans 9 1 19 Jencks 1 1 3 i -


fSavage 0 1 1
TORNADOES DOWN JV'S
Bay High's Jr. Tornadoes:graib-
bed the lead in the first quarter
and never relinquished it as they
defeated the Shark Junior Varsity,
28-25, in the preliminary contest.
The 'Shark B squad fought back
to deadlock the score at 25-25 'late
in the game, but a foul shot and a
field goal by 'Bay clinched i for the
Tornadoes.
Fred Chason led in the Shark
scoring :with 11 points. Other
Shark scores were made 'by: Oha-
fin 8 and Porter, 6.


club are to be complimented for
their unselfish support and help in
obtaining the Centennial Building
for the dance.
CONSTRUCTION
Clearing continues on the golf
course with the cutting of trees
from the fairways. Approximately
$1500 has been gained from the sale
of the pulpwood to date. Proceeds
from the pulp wood have been 'o-
nated 'by the Cape San Blas Assoc-
iates, owners of the land from
whom the lease was obtained for


S t. doe. construction of the course. Much
The board of directors voted to work has been done, 'but it is dif-
have certificates printed for the ficult to see from the highway, ac-
Ser e in e r cording to Ashley Costin, chairman
transferable voting membership of construction. "We expect to soon
As soon as available, these ill be have a road available into the club
issued to members who have paid house site so that people can fol-
$100, the price of voting member- o he e t e
ship. Holders of the certificates are w the progress of the construe
tion," Mr. Costin said.
eligible for a 50% reduction in their
first year's 'dues if paid before Joe Parrot has been selected by
May a the Board of Directors to serve as
DANCE secretary of the Country Club. Par-
By popular request, the Top Hats rot has been active in the project
have been booked for a return en- from its beginning.
gagement for a dance to be spon-
sored by the Country Club, Febru- Men'S Softball
ary 3. This pre-lenten season dance
will be of the Mardi Gras theme League To Organize
according to Dr. Conrad Williams,
promotion chairman. Invitations A meeting of the Men's Softball
will be mailed this week to club League will be held Wednesday,
members, boosters of the club, per- February 1 at 7:30 p.m. ,at the City
sons suggested 'by club members Restaurant. Anyone planning to
as possible, candidates for member- sponsor or take part on a team in
ship and other interested parties. the league is welcome +o attend
The members of the square dance [the meettlg.


LANE OFFSET COURSE is .being navigated here. The course had mar-
kers allowing a 6-inch clearance on each side of the car. In the mid-
dle of the course was an angle where several of the drivers lost
points knocking down the markers. (Star photo)


Walter C. Dodson Elected President of

Florida National Bank At Port St. Joe


Harry H. Saunders, Chairman of
the Board of Directors or the Flor-
ida National Bank of Port rSt. Joe
announced this week that Walter
C. Dodson has been 'elected Presi-
dent of the local bank.
Dod-son was elected Friday of
last week at a meeting of the bank's
Board of Directors.
J. L. Sharit has 'been serving as
president of the .bank since the re-
tirement of S. L. Barke 18 months
ago. Sharit was serving until a full-
time president could 'be elected to
devote his full duties to the bank.


ihtbn csevtno-z asOCashier anrI Vice-


E. R. Nix, 79

Passes Away

Elisha Roberson Nix, Sr., 79, ot
421 Cove Boulevard, died 'Sunday
morning in a Panama City .btspi-
tal. He was a retired farmer and
lhd been a resident of Panama City
.for six years.
Mr. Nix 'had been a resident of
*be Oak Grove community -near
P.-,rt St. Joe for several years be-
t'-.re moving to Panama City six
years ago.
He is survived ,by his widow,
Mrs. Zonie Elkins Nix of Panama
City, 'three sons, James R. Nix of
Tailahassee, Paul M. Nix of Fay-
-e.eville, Ga., and Elisha R. Nix, Jr.
of Panama 'City, three- daughters,
'.1 s. J. T. Simpson of Port St. Joe,
'Irs. W. H. Phillips and Miss Cath-
erine Nix, both of Panama City, two
'brothers, L. R. Nix of Macon, Ga,
and Jesse Nix of C'olquitt, Ga., two
sisters, 'Mrs. N. F. Hines of Foley,
Ala., and Mrs. E. Rentz of Jackson-
ville.
Funeral services were held from
the Smith Funeral Home ,Ohapel
Monday at 3:00 p.m. with the Rev.
Frank LaPierre officiating.
Burial was in Esergreen Memor-
ial Gardens in Panama City.
Active pallbearers were M. WM.


..... a... ... ni an-vic Ault.man, R.ufus Mills, L. E. McCall,
President. Bobby G. Bowden, O'Neal Taylor
J. Ted Cannon was named by the and Homer Mills.
Board Friday -tothe office of Cash-. and Homer M, l
Board Friday 'to t office of Cas Honorary pallbearers were Cecil
ier. Cannon has been an employee, p Cc
ier. Canon as Head, Louis ,Scharick, John E.
of the bank for the past three years. Drake, uE. F. VScharickr, Laon M.
Drake, E. F. Vickers, Lavon M.
Other officers elected were: H. Faie, Nelson Gardner, L. W. Cox,
Presidents and J udolph Hardee of- Willie Stripling, B. W. Wilder, Ce
Presidents an Rudol ardee of cil Costin, Sr., J. W. Gibson and
Jacksonville, Assistant Cashier. i ,. S.
Dodson was also named to the __ L. Smith.

Board of Directors increasing that
board to six members. Other mem- Evaluation Day Set
hers of the Board are: Saurder,
Chairman; S. L. Barke, J. Lamar Saturday At School
Miller, R. H. McIntosh, and J. L. n,;n,;, T ... ^ni ^ i


Dodson came to the bank from Sharit.
Ashburn, Georgia in January of During the past year the
last year and since that time has Bank has gone to a National
status.

Sharks Go To Malone
-Tomorrow Night


WALTER C. DODSON
... Bank President


local
Bank





have


only one basketball game sche-
duled during the coming week.
The Sharks will go to Malone
tomorrow night. The Sharks were
defeated by Malone here on Jan-
uary 13 by a very slim margin.
Next Saturday, February 4,
the Sharks will play host to Mar-
ianra. This will be the first meet-
ing of these two teams this sea-
son.

Guests of Dockerys
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Cook from
lpensacola visited his sister and.
Family Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dockery
;last week end.


Jaycee president, R. H. Ellzey Restaurant.
was picked as .the Outstanding Certificates of Appreciation
Young Man by the people of Port President ElIzey awarded "cer-
Si Joe in the Jaycee sponsored tificates of apmrecdation" to six
contest. Jaycee committee heads for their
Elzey was chosen from the en- work with several committees dur-
tries tby a panel of judges com- ing the past six months. Certifi-
:posed of Harry H. Saunders, J. C. cates were presented to Dick Lam-
Belin and Rev.. J. C. Od.um .Satur- b-er;oi' d. ,oe Parrott i.mr their
day after the nomination deadline, work with the Jaycee Christmas
FAlzey's selection was based on his parade; Ashley Costin for his .work
civic work, Cub Scout work, City on the golf committee; Wade Bar-
Oommission activities, tri-river de- rier and Don Gr;o-sman for work
development commission membership on the inauguration float commit-
and his work in organizing the tee and Wesley R. Ramsey for work
Jaycees last. June. on publicity.
E1zeyv's name was announced I


Tuesday night to the Jaycees-and
to Ellzey, by Harry H. Saunders
representing the panel of judges at
a dinner meeting of the Jaycees
and ,'heir wivrse at the Gulf Sands


R. H. ELLZEY
Most Outstanding Young Man

PTA Meet Postponed for
Course On Survival
Mrs. Sue Spaulding, president of
the High School PTA announced
this week that the PTA would re-


linquish their regular meeting time


r pal roy. Thursday (tonight) so that parents
Port .St. Joe High School says that Thursday (tonight) so that parents
Evaluation Day for the fourth six might enroll in and attend the first
week period will be held at the iof the survival courses to begin at
week period will.,be held at the the Elementary boo tonight.
High School Saturday, January 28. i the Elemenary School tonht.
The day will begin at 8:35 and by the Adult Education pbs.ed of
.l .a ui 20 p.m ,by the Adult Education phase of
will last until 2:30 'p.m. -
ll pa nts I the school program in cooperationI
Parents Interested in doing with the Civil Defense. The cour-i
so are urged to take advantage of
ses are designed to teach people
this opportunity to come to the' .
I how to survive in case of atomic i
school and meet with the teacher how to survive in case of atomic
o or natural disasters.
or teachers of their children.


BOAT CLUB WILL
HAVE DINNER MEETING
The St. Joe Boat Club will have
a dinner meeting tonight at 8:00
p.m. at the Gulf Sands Restaurant.
All members of the Boat Club
and those interested in joining ace
urged to attend.

Guests of Alligoods
Albert and Nettie Pullen and
Mrs. J. G. Alligood from Meigs,
Georgia visited recently with Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Alligoo&d


Fire Siren To Herald
Mothers March of Dimes

On Tuesday, January 31 at
7:00 p.m. the city fire siren will
blow to remind citizens of Port
St. Joe to turn on their porch
lights for the Marching Mothers
of the March of Dimes.
One of your neighbors will be
stopping by to ask you to give
all you can to fight birth defects,
arthritis and polio.
Please say yes.


Guest Speaker
Guest speaker for the evening
was Charles LaPrad, Freshman
football coach at PFSU. LaPrad en-
tertained the Jaycees and their
guests with a running patter of
jokes with the story of the FSU
athletic hopes mixed in.
LaPrad said that FSU is "com-
ing of age" in athletics. He said
that FSU now has the "best crop"
of athletes in its building program
that it has ever had.. He declared
that within two years, the school
will be up with the best in athle-
tics.
LaPrad told the Jaycees t.lhat FSTf
is currently adding 5,000 more seats
tc its Doak Camceboll Stadium i'n
preparation for better I'ootball
ga,es. HIe said thai '.he schoci was
also working bigger and better
teams into their schedule which
would provide a good drawing card
for football enthusiasts of this area.


McNeill Awarded

For Conservation

TALLAHASSEE Twenty four
Florida citizens have been named
as recipients of the 1960 conserva-
tion awards, sponsored 'by the
Sears Foundation under auspices
of the Florida Wildlife Federation
Conservation Fund Awards.
Awards are to be presented at
Tallahassee Fobruary 25, according
to I)r. IT. R. Wilber, DeLand
Chairman of th e Awards ('onitnit-
tee.
Five regional awards are pre-eent-
ed in each of four categories of
natural resource conservation with
five additional state awards in spe-
cial categories. A state winner
from each regional award category
will be announced at the February
25 banquet, as well as the recip-
ient of the- top Governor's Award
for Outstanding Conservationist of
the Year 1960.
All award winners are to receive
eci als, cr.ertificates and c a sh l
S"va rd .
A winner in the Salt 'Water Con-
s'rva'iion Award was Jatimes Mc-
Neil of Port St. Joe. McNeil is a
partner in the Indian Pass Seafood
Company.


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TWENTY-FOURTH Y R


A delegation of residents of th,
Jones Homestead section, South of
Port St. Joe ,appeared "before the
County Commission Tuesday night
to let. that body know they were
still expecting the road that has
been [promised them for the past
eight years.
'R. L. Tull, acting as spokesman
for the group, asked the Board


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apclochicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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Sharks Defeat fij j.


Country Club Planning Another Dance;

Clearing Work on Golf Course Progresses


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Brownie Scout Troop Number 3


Pictured are Brownies Sally
Porter, Carol Nance, Susan Cur-
lee, Cookie Fendley, Becky Cur-
lee, Betsy Wright and Sharron
Tillman.
Troop 3 is sponsored by the
Adult Sunday School Class, of

St. Joe Students To
Graduate At F. S. U.
TALLAHASSEE- Florida ,State


the First Methodist Church. The
'Scout Committee is Mrs. Lyle
Wright, Miss Netta Niblack, Mrs.
Lawrence Porter. Leaders for the
past year were Mrs. Ralph Nance
and Mrs. Lyle Wright.
(Star photo)

candidates for degrees. Registrar
Murray W. Kenna said 20 are candi-
dates *to receive a doctor's degree,
70 a master's and 355 a bachelor's.
The candidates for degrees from


University will hold commence- Port St. Joe are: BS, business, Rob-
ment exercises at 3:00 p.m. Satur- ert Earl Nedley; BS, soc. welfare,
day, January 28, and there are 445 IPaul Edwin Ramsey.


NOW OPEN


lleleaert Le3a2, 4 Shag

(Formerly Nell's Beauty Shop)

Corner Marvin Avenue and 16th Street

Closed All Day Every Monday

CALL BAll 7-7616 for APPOINTMENT

Operated by Mrs. Helene Ferris

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MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"


reductions on

SUITS
Shop today choose your
favorite style, color at tre-
mendous savings

Curlee and

Sewell
Reg. $69.95 A
NOW 49x95
Reg. $59.95
NOW $45.95
Reg. $55.00
NOW $39-------5-QU
Reg. $49 .95
NOW _- $36.95
Reg. $45.00
NOW $32.50


THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1961 Brownie Troop Has

Birthday Party I

Brownie Troop Three at St. Joe
Beach celebrated its first troop
birthday at the regular meeting on
Tuesday. The meeting opened with
-he flag ceremony. Each Brownie
told what she is doing to carry out
the promise.


I _


OF QUALITY MENSWEAR


BIG Savings on SLACKS!

HUBBARD
Reduced for this sale only! Many styles, superb tailoring
and fine fabrics
Reg. $16.95 0 TH RS
SALE PRICE$E 1 9
Reg. $14.95 A
SALE PRICE $ AS LOW AS 1
,Reg. $12.95 899
SALE PRICE $99 $5399
W.AS.%W 9 S'5.99~


ENTIRE STOCK
Boy's Kaynee

SHIRTS


Drastically

Reduced

"You'll just have to see these
for yourself!"


Men's Sport Coats

By Curlee and Sewell

WHILE THEY LAST!

Reg.. 320--Now $23.99

Reg. $2199 Now $21.99


Reg. $2750


.--Now $20.99


OTHERS AT--- $19.99


BOY'S SWEATERS

SUITS, SPORT COATS, SLACKS


REDUCED TO CLEAR


ALL MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS
Manhattan and McGregor
MARKED DOWN! DOWN! DOWN!


Baton and Drill
Classes Continued
The American Legion and Lgeion
Auxiliary announced this week t'hat
classes in baton and drill are being
continued as a permanent com-
mluniy project. The classes are
open to all school ag girls. The
' group is known as the "Legion
ettes".


The close meet each Saturday
Presentation of membership stars m()nine t 11: t a.mt at the Loi on
was made to Brownies Cookie Fend- Home on \Villiams Avenue. Mobhers
,lye, Betsy Wright, Sally Porter, of the students are urged to be on
Carol Nance, Margaret Fendley and hand this coming Saturday.
iBecky Curlee. Other Brownies are It is not necessary that pa-eonts
i Susan Gurlee and Sharron Tillman. of children participating be a:tibiae -
A birthday cake made by Mrs. ied with 'he Legion Auxiliary or the
Lyle WrigIh. and decorated within Legion. There is a charge of 25c
the Brownie emblem and one can- weekly for the instruction.
'dle was served with ice cream o The main objective of the "Lesg-
ithe Brownies. ionettes" is to become a perform.
The meeting closed with the ing drill and twirling group.
Friendship Circle. ---------

Presbyterians Plan Biirida Party Honors
Yot P ria Miss Annette Lewis
Youth Program
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Lewis honored
The Assembly Youth Sunday has their daughter, Annette, with a par-
,been appointed by the Presbyter- ty on her 15th birthday at their
ian Ohurch o recognize the youth home Saturday evening.
of the -church with a special ser- Forty friends attended. The 1hon-
vice to ,be held Sunday night, Jan- oree received many beautiful and
uary 29. The Presbyterian Youth | useful gifts.
Fellowship Council will present the ---_
program for the service. President
James Gbon will preside over t ck Hop Slated
fiervice. Miss Sandra Brown, chair- I Hop Slated
,man of the Fellowship Oommission F
will lead' the program and assisted For Saturday Nite
-by George Boyer, Linda Price,
Charles Gibson, Buddy Underwood, |The Youth ,Committee of the
Ted Kaufman and Robert Settle- ',Shark Teen Age Club is sponsoring
tmire. [a sock hop Saturday night at the
Rev. Boyd B. Underwood, minis ,Youth Center on Eighth Street.
ter, will bring a special message to I The festivities will start at 7:30
the youth of the church at the Sun- p.m. All youth of the community
day morning service on .the subject, are invited to attend.
"Horizons for Youth". Proceeds from the sock hop wil
The 'purpose of Youth Sunday is go to the March of Dimes.
to Interpret to the congregation ----
'Ahe church's ministry to its youbh Home for Visit
and the place of youth in the life Kenneth Hurlbut is spending thi
and work of the church. semester vacation here with his
[parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Hurl
Visiting Parents tbut. Kenneth is a student at tho
Leonard Costin, a student at University of Alabama.
'FSU, is spending the semester va- -
,cation visiting his parents, Mr. and SEE YOU IN CHURCH THIS
Mrs. C. L. Costin. SUNDAY TWICE


Smith stated that his office is
hooked up with the Florida Forest
Service, St. Joe Paper 'Company
and Gulf County Civil Defense to
furnish Port St. Joe with first-hand
weather reports for any weather
disaster to the area.
The weather man showed two
films .to the club. One enacted the
weather bureau procedure in de-
tecting, tracking and warning of a
hurricane. The second film was of
a hurricane .building as seen by a
radar scope.
To test the weather man's accur-
acy, lie said the temperature would
fall in the Port St. Joe area to The
20's Wednesday night.
Guests of the club were Robbie
Costin of the Key Club and Dan
Armstrong from the PSJ high
school and Jim Finney of Kokomo,
Indiana.

Tapper Awarded

Gov't. Contract

The George G. Tapper Co., Inc.
of Port St. Joe has been awarded
a $68,600 contract by the U. S.
Army Corps of Engineers for dredg-
ing a channel to the Upper Shrimp
Terminals from San Carlos Bay
through Matanzas Pass, Fort Myers
Beach.
Included is the dredging of a
channel 12 feet deep and 150 feet
wide from San Carlos Bay into Ma-
tanzas Pass, and 11 feet deep and
125 feet wide through Matanzas
Pass to the upper shrimp terminals.
The work is located some 20
miles southwest of Fort Myers
Beach. The project will connect
wi:h deep water of San Carlos Bay,
opposite the north end of Estero
Island.
The Tapper Co. will be given 175
days to complete the project.
To Visit Parents
Glen Alligiod, student at Jack-
sonville College, arrived home
Monday night for a short visit with
bi. parents.


Meet Our New President .


WALTER C. DODSON

Your Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe invites you
to come in and do your banking with friendly Port St.
Joe people. Your bank officers are Port St. Joe citizens
understanding Port St. Joe problems and needs.

OFFICERS
WALTER C. DODSON HARRY H. SAUNDERS
President Vice-President
J. L. SHARIT J. TED CANNON
Vice-President Cashier
RUDOLPH HARDEE, Assistant Cashier

DIRECTORS
S. L. BALKED J. LAMAR MILLER
\VALTEBR C. DODSON HARRY HII. SAUNDERS
R. 11. MCINTosn J. L. SHARIT


Florida National Bank

at Port St. Joe
Member, Florida National Group and FDIC


LADIES' SPORTSWEAR
By Lady Manhattan and White Stag
DRASTICALLY REDUCED!


NEWS FROM
Highland View THE STAR
By BETTY CREAMER T A
s. H A. ws has return- Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
Ms.. A. Matthews areturn-By The Star Publishlng Company
ed to ,her home af.er spneding WESLEY R. RAMSFY Editor and Publisher
w eek in E nre rprise, A la ., v isitin g R ead er an B oakke.pe
with frend and relatives. Reader and Bookkeeper
with friends and relatives. Also Linotype Operator, AJ Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
James Armstrong of Wewahitch- DIAL BALL 7-8161
ka spent the week end with Rev. DIAL ALL
and Mrs. Gordon Adams. Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe.
We extend our deepest sympathy Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
to the J. D. Snafford family in the SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN AO%(ANCE
loss of their mother and wife this ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
_past, _wee1 TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements,' the publishers
pst week. t not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for esuc
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miles i('deL .iuIeurtisement
a business rip to Panama C h oken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
Wednesday weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
Mrs. Mae Creamer and daughter h s,1ok n word is lost; the printed word remains .
Betty and Mr. and Mrs. George -
Simmons visited relatives Sunday I
near W'ewahitchka. Re-apportionment Has Friends
Mrs. Hazel Owens and son Dan-
ny of Monrgomery, Ala., spent a Our editorial of last week suggesting a change-up in the
few days with her :parents, Mr. and present borders of the County Commission districts has drawn
\Mrs. Ike Watson. much favorable comment. We might add that we have failed
AM-Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Sowell of to receive one opposing comment as yet.
Panama City spent the week end We find, since last week that it has been 20 years since the
as the guest of Rev. and Mrs. CGor- commission Districts were changed. During the past 20 years,
Mr. and Mrs. David Coley and Gulf County has practically been made over. Population chan-
son, Junior, of Sneads visited the ges are very evident. And population changes bring about the
Sidney Gordon family Sunday. question of whether or not the people are getting equal and fair
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hewett and representation by the county government. We say they are not
Mrs. J. W. Wooten spent the week __ and population figures bear us out.
end in Walton County with rela- While talking with one person, we found he agreed with
ties. Mrs. Wooten stayed for a
longer visit with her son and ftar- our thinking, but he offered the opinion that it would be a tough
ily. job getting the county to change up the districts. We don't be-
Mrs. A. Griffin of Blountatown lieve so. We believe that the districts can be changed to suit the
spent the week end with her son, population shift and still leave the present Commissioners in the
C. A. Griffin and family. same district. At any rate, we are working on it.
------ Another matter has cropped up in this re-districting project
that deserves our attention also. We find that the School Board
Kiwanians Hear member districts are even more enequitable than the County Com-
mission districts. What is wrong with making the School Board
Weather Man Districts coincide with the County Board districts? Certainly it
y would simplify matters and would make it impossible to pay at-
i The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club tention to the equity of one set of districts while ignoring the
1 'heard a man talking about the wea- other.
their Tuesday that knew what he We cannot go so far as to advocate the change of the
was talking about. Bob .Smith, chief School Board Districts at this time, as we have not investigated
weather man at the Apalachicola the proper procedure. However, we plan to do so and include it
e Weather Station talked to the club
s about hurricanes and the warning in our bid to the County Commission to change these districts.
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System thie U. S. weather Bureau
uses to protect life 'and property 11 gahL Mid e t"
in the paths of these storms. Ighty MidUget
Smith defined the terms "hurir- The Amarillo News in a recent editorial said, "Our U. S.
cane wath" and "hurricane watch is mere-, A. has only 7 per cent of the world's people. It has less than half
ing". The hurricane watch is mere-.
ly keeping .the public advised onil the land area of Russia, not counting satellites. China, India and
a hurricane's whereabouts. The hur- IRussia all exceed it in population. America is second rate as to
ricane warning is used when it is population and area. But she is a mighty midget."
time to take action for safety from The reason the News said the latter is found in the fact
the apprpachling storm, that although the United States has only 7 per cent of the world's
Smith stated that last fall's warn-
ing on huv=:icane "Ethel" in the people, they produce a third of the world's goods and service,
Port St. Joe was. an error on their t-.d over half the world's energy output.
part, but due 'to freaks of the wea- The electric utility industry has been a work horse behind
their. Smith stated that .evacuation the production of power to run the nation's industrial machine
notices were posted because of low and to electrify its homes. Today with a maximum production of
lying areas in Gulf andcFranklin power for present demand the electric industry is expanding for
county. The early evacuation notice
was given because in 40-50 mile the future and is investing heavily in atomic energy research and
hurricane winds and the resulting for the production of electric power.
tides would put some of the high- It is the record of free enterprise that entitles the U.S.A.
way system under water and make to the title of "Mighty Midget."
evacuation impossible.


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THURSDAY, JANUAR'


First Annual Cub Scout Leaders

Pow Wow to be Held at Ft. Walton

The first annual Cub Scout Lead- within the Gulf Coast C
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High School in Fort Walton Beach,
Saturday, January 28.
In addition to the 84 Cub Mas-
ters in the Council, which covers
'eleven northwest Florida and south
Alabama counties, den .mothers,


The !day's festivities will ;be high-
lighted .by a Blue and Gold Ban-
quet.
Pow Wow Chairman, Don Wil-
liams commented, "This will sure-
ly be a fun-filled, cooperative
learning experience for every Cub
Pack Leader in the Gulf Coast
,Council. Every adult will have an
opportunity -to ,gain new ideas 'that
will hel'p them immeasurably in
their work."

Jimmy Howell Serving
With Navy In Alaska


CARD OF THANKS
We would like to express our ap-
preciation for the many prayers,
the beautiful flowers and other acts
of kindness during the lengthy ill-
ness and death of my 'wife and our
mother, Mrs. Liza Stafford. We
know that the grief that we have
suffered from the passing of this
loved one has certainly been light-
ened because you have been so
thoughtful and kind.
Cecil G. Costing, Jr., certainly did
all he could to aid us whenever he
could, and we thank hiNm.
Melody Rebekah Lodge, No. a2,
Highland View Bantist Church and


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committeemen and parents are b.- KODIAK (FHTNC)-James H. the First Baptist Church of Port
in'g asked to participate in the one- Howell, aviation electrician's mate St. Joe prepared the food and we
day meet. sceond class, USN, son of M-. and are grateful for this.
"With a potential of more than Mrs. W. H. Howell of 209 Eighth
1,000 Cubbers in the Counc.',," Lt. St., Port St. Joe, and husband of We know that everything was'
Colonel Don Williams, of Eglin the former Miss Margaret Blount done for our beloved that could be
Air Force Base and chairman for of IPort St. Joe, is serving with Pa- done and we enjoyed the loving
the Pew Wow announced, 'we are.trol Squadron One on operational care she gave us for many years.
expecting at least 400 to attend." and training exercises at Kodiak, God wanted her more than we did
Representatives from the various Alaska. and we feel that her suffering was
Scout Packs will attend one of the The squadron flying P2V-7 "Nep- not in vain. We would like to en-
four sections that have been plan- tune" aircraft, is home based at list the prayers of you all for the
'ned. One section will be devoted to Whidbey Island Naval Air Station. many friends and patients who are
learning indoor and outdoor games: Oak Harbor, Wash. left behind in Florida State Hospi-
another to Pack administration; -- tal.
one to handicrafts; one to cere- In Hospital May the Lord bless you all in
monies, which will include empha- Mrs. E. R. DuBose is a .patient in everything you undertake -o do in
sis on special ceremonies, skits the Baptist Hospital at Pensacola. His name.
,and stunts. She ,will return home Saturday. J. D. STAFFORDI


J. B. STAFFORD
Mrs. Win. Schmidt, Jr.
MRS. A. T. THAMES
0. J. STAFFORD
DONELL STAFFORD
Mrs. TILLIE McKIERNAN
WILLIAM STAFFORD
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Visiting Parents
Weems Robbins and David Mus-
elwhite arrived home Wednesday
o spend a few days with their par-
nts, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Robbins
nd Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mussel-
*hite. Both are students at Chipola
junior College.

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9:05 A.M.
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1T-HE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.'
1 THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, '196:i

NEWS FROM
Mexico Beach
By Mras.Betty' Mlaler.
.. .Phone 648-.3205
OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. L. 'A. McCants; b
Mexico Beach celebratel- the. r Gol-
den Wedding anniversary,' ,' Suln
da3. January 15. A.,tuncheo:.' given,
in their honor..by their. ,ou :and his
wife, Mr. and Mrs. A.. E. McCans.
of Anniston, Alabama, was held at.
tje Gulf Sands Res aura:it.
Attending the event ats,i, in ad-
d'tion to the son, his wife and thi
children were: two si&seri, ,Mi.-
Mamie Goff and Mrs. Bessie CorbiUt,
.. o H-artbfrd, ~' a a ima; rs. Kate,
Ceorrington and Mrs. Rhe .- Williamn-
alQ-.of. Hrti-l., Alabama',, Dr.
ad Mrs..J jAC.' Ctrilt a.na their
thrtE, cUhidre of Panamna City"
SMrs. Et,'-lle Co':iran aind Mrs. Bea3-
-Ie Fil'o of Tall.ass.Fee. Follow-
ing the luncheon A reception and.
open house was held at the Mc-
SCants home for their many friends
and family. The McCant', have
maintaiuq: a -omne in Mexico
Beach f.r ..he past seven years.

IN CHURCH CRUSADE
*;eaidenats of Mexico Beach have
JoJnfd in ..the Clhurch Attendance
S rusade i-iprogress now until Eas-
ter, urging-everyone to attend the
ch irch of their choice.

S"ELLOWaSHIP SUPPER
S The ..regular -!Fellowship supper
was...iet..at the Methodia.t hurioh
on Wednesday night, January 18.
Thi, s 3Uppr are held on the sec-
.ond Wednesday of each month at
6:00 p.m.

OFF TO CALIFORNIA
o s, -O ei.-;,-Fawvors of Mexi oc
sBeaB4 de-Orted recently for a 'tip-
to. Menl. pat-, .ali. The occasioii
is .th iferth of a granddaughter:
MMrs. Favors Ul*i vi with the hap-
py parents, hier son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Favors
who reside in Menlo (Park, Calif.
+ +*
WSCS MEETING
The recent meeting of; the WSQS
.-a. h.hld at .the home f :Mrs. Je
Hewitt. Mfeotings ar A.held on th6"
first: WedAueday. evening of each
kn'oii- with the next cliedruled
meeting ,to be aeld at. the home, of
Mrs. Ann Chewning. Non-members
* are welcomed.
RETURN PROM TRIP,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Missalr have
returned from a trip to St., Louis,'
Mo., where they Tiaited' with friends
and relatives over the Christmas
and New Year's holidays.
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S -- WELCOMES YOU
SUNDAY -SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGEIlSTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8~- P.M' CWednesd&y)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor :


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. O i Pastor


REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
'. ...MORNING WORSHIP .11:00
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Jhn C" armichael, Pastor..
S Port, St. Jloe; Florlida '
Methodist Youth Felwshi- :15 p.m.
Sunday School' 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11 00 a.m.
Worship Hor 30 p.m.



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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION ---..- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
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SRev. Hubert D. White; Pastor
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COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES i!
By CUBIE LAIRD
County AgrieulturaJ xtensioa Agent
USDA, Univ. et FI&. Ooltee of Agrilture ad
S>Board of County O '06'..'- 001t0
ty, cooperating.
OFFIOE HOURS: 10 a.m. to: 1 *a., BST. Mon-
day through Friday, Oourthouse. Wewahitohka
Pines Fertilization Experiment State Department of Agriculture.
Henry '. Maige, Forester, St. In addition to budget considera-
Joe Paper Company, and I have t'ona, the Committee outlined needs
established the location of bthe slash in the fields of research and organ-
pines fertilization experiment to be ization and presented proposed reg-
built by Tlorida Agricultural Exper ulations.
iment Station and this area is an Composed of representatives of
eight-acre block of land on tW.e all interested state and federal
Highway 71 in Gulf County just agencise and organizations, hog pro-
north of Cypress Creek on the East ducers, market operators and prac-
iede of the highway. The plot will ticking veterinarians, *the Commit-
..run along the highway 840 feet and tee will endeavor to inaugurate a
be 420 ,feet deep. This is located on hog cholera eradication program.
property of 'St. Joe Paper Co., which The research committee, headed
is cooperating in this experiment by Dr. W. R. Pritchard of the Ag-
by furnishing the land for several ricultural Experiment Stations, is
years, cleaning and planting the requesting resaerh to develop a
area to -slash pines, tac. rapid an daceurate method of diag-
According to W. L. Pritchett of nosing cholrea, suitable means of
Florida Agricultural Exiperiment Identifying vaccinated' pigs and
Station, Just as soon as Mr. Maige standards of effectiveness or live
and bis men get the area planted virus vaccines.
to pines, the station will take over (Under- the proposed, plan, -work
and apply the fertilizer treatments on diagnosis would be done- by. the.
(some 30 %-acre plots in all) and veterinary service department of
keep records, make' observations the' Agricultural Eaperinment .Sta-
and appraisals, reports and provide tons, work on Identifying vaccin-
general supervision of the expert- ated ipigs ,by the animal husbandry
ment. Mr. Phitchett states that the and nutrition department, and vac-
American Agricultural Chemical cilue effectiveness work by' the U.
Co., Pierce, Florida, is cooperating S. Department of Agriculture lab-
in this experiment iby furnishing oratory 'a*. Lie Oak.


"Food for Soul"
Why go to church?
Why eat food?
. The answer. to boht questions
simple.


SH U RDAYJANUARY 26, 1961 ,hurch


The human body needs food. It
.' W. hy don't you go to 'the church
has -been said that the human body of your choice every Suqday ? -ou
might well reflect the kind of food will enjoy it, and it will do your
that it consumes. If a well balanc-' son good
ed nourishing diet is consumed by
the human .body this body will or- HENRY A. CAMPBRELL


THE BTAR., pen OL J0e6 Fl4.


dinarily form a healthy body cap-
Sable of withstanding its span of
life that it will spend in the world.
Even as man's physical ,body
needs nourishing physical food- so
does -man's spiritual -body, his soul,
need spiritual nourishment and
your church offers your soul this
is spiritual nourishment. But only you
can carry your soul to be fed such
tood.


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TH gIG MOVE IS TO MEDALLION HOMES


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the fertilizer materials and use of
a fertilizer spreader. Provided the
rains 'wll not be heavy in 'the next
ofew weeks, Mr. Mage expects to
get the pines planting done in early
February and then Mr. Pritchett
states -that he will come immed-
lately and set up this research pro-
ject and begin the fertilization
practices and procedures.
Swine Men Request A Million
Dollars to Fight Cholera
An annual budget of nearly one
million dollars will be requested
from the Legislature, .based on a
proposal of the Florida Hig Oholera
Eradication Advisory Commit-tee. ..;
A'& the group's last meeting i-n
Gainesville, 'this. budget was deem-
ed necessary to supplement apsP
propriatlonsa to te reqUleted b.y the
division of animal industry 9C the


Local Boys Graduate
From Naval Boot Camp
QREAT LAKES ILL.-George E.
Montgomery, son of 'Mr. and Mrs.
George L. Montgomery of 505 Third
St., Port St. Joe and Thomas J.
WaIker, son of Mrs. E. Walker,
of 311 Duval 'St., Port St. Joe, were
graduated 'from recruit training,
Jan. 14, at the Naval Training Oen-
rter, Great Lakes, Ill.
The graduation exercises, mark-
ing the end of ,nine weeks of boot
camp", included a full dress par-
ade 'and review before military of-
ticials and 'civilian 4tgnltaries.
SIn nine weeks of instruction, the
"raw recruit" is devq4ope4' into a
Na.y' Bluejacket, ready for duty
with the, fleet.


The Medallion emblem is awarded to home
that meet the highest standards for electric wir-
ing, lighting and appliances. For complete de-'
tails on the Medallion Home Program, contact-
your builder or our local office.


You'll discover new comfort, new convenience with Total Electric livlin. There,
are no problems of fuel storage no worries about chimneys or flues. There
ore no burners to light no soot or dirt to clean. Instead, you'll enjoy the
efficiency, safety and cleanliness that only automatic electric appliances provide,
Whether you're cooking, heating water, drying clothes or heating your hem.,
you'll find the modern-day, electric way is best


FLORIDAOWECROR


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MOUCHETTE'S


STYLE


SHOP


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Going Out of Business Sale! JANUARY 261961


1 Group Full Length COATS $4.98 efe SLIPS
S Group Seamprufe S$PS 99c


DRE


SSE


Re,. $29.95 $1 n Reg,.. nn 125
NOW ONLY__ U NOW ONLY__ iUU |


1 Group Summer PAJAMAS -- 25c

Reg. $49.95 COATS --------Now $25.00"
Reg. $39.95 COATS .--- Now $20.00
Reg. $24.95 COATS ------ Now $12.50
Reg. $16.95 All Weather COATS Now $8.50
Reg. $12.95 CAR COATS --- Now $6.50


Strictly Cash!


ties EVERYTHING

I MUST GO!



-All Sales Final!


SPRING and FALL SUITS

Reg. 29---- Now $15.0Q
Reg. 24' --- Now $12.50


1 Group SPRING SUITS --. $4.9|


SPECIAL


SPECIAL!


SPECIAL


1 Group $5" HATS --99c
1 Group POCKET BOOKS 49c


1 Grou SHORTS 99c ALL Summer and Winter HATS REDUCEPI
1 Group SHORTS9---------- 99c


Koret of California and Catalina Slim Pants, Peddle
Pushers and Walking Shorts Reduced to SeIll

Reg. $995 Slim Pants Now $5.00
Reg $595 Walking Shorts Now $3.00


1 GROUP SWEATERS

1 Group Ladies Skirts
1 GROUP BLOUSES

99 c


KORET of CALIFORNIA BLOUSES REDUCED

Reg. 5" BLOUSES.... Now $3.00
Reg. $3 BLOUSES Now $2.00

1 Group DUSTERS ------ $1.90

1 Group Catalina Swim Suits ----99`<

CATALINA SWIM SUITS REDUCED
'Reg. 1 -9" 9Now $10.00

Reg. $99 ----------Now $5.00


DOORS OPEN AT 8:00 A.M. THURSDAY


F. 0. Allen, Jr., to

Graduate At UF
GAIN'IESVILLE University of
Florida mid-year commeiriemen.'
exercises ort 659 candidates for de-
grees will be held January 28, at
'g:00 p.m. in Florida Gymnasium.
Dr. Frank Graves Dickey, Presi-P
dent of the University pf Kentucky,
will deliver the commencement ad--
dress.
Five-hundred and tfifty-three of
the candidates have hometowns in


Pltrida; 32 are from out-of-stat.e; One Fire This Month
and 74 students are' from other
countries. J. H. Fpoe, dilp,&cher for the
,Candidates for degrees to be Florida Forest iSerrvic, Gulft Coiny
awarded at the exercises are: 496 headquarters, repotit that so fi
,bachelors; 32 law; 99 masters! 26 during thq new year, ihe wild fife
doctor of philosophy; 5 doctor of has burned IAthee-t6eths of an acfe
education; .and one specials! in of ,woodlands in Gulf County. This
educalon. fire was caused by a *Arming .fit
Among' those receiving degrees left burning. During the same pr
will be Frbrell 0. Allen, Jr., of iod last year, two fl A were re-
Port Sit. Joe who will receive his ported, burning 13 a&t!.
BME degree. Pope and the. FOekt *Servide
*< urgse that card be sierclsed with
Visit in Bonifay tires in the wodes, 4d*scillly d4ii-
Mr. and' Mrs. Oris Andrews vis- ing this season *ith so much dead
ited in Bonifay over the week end. vegetasio0i


SPECIAL I Dresses EXTRA

1 Group, Val. to $19.95 99CS
NOW ONLY ------------ .-,


PAJAMAS, GOWNS and DUSTERS MUST GO!
Reg. $16.50 DUSTERS ,..... Now $8.25
Reg. $5.95 GOWNS ---------Now $3.00
Reg. $5.95 PAJAMAS ---- Now $3.00


Seamprufe, Formfit and Blue Swan Lingerie Reduced!
Reg. $5.95 Seamprufe Slips ---- Now $3.00
Reg. $2.00 Formfit BRAS-----Now $1.00
Reg. 79c PANTIES ----- Now 40c


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TH,E STAR, Port St. Joe, .Fa. f in Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Or- awakening growing out ,f -.he pre-
TTHUrRSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1961 rulf Coast Junior Colfe Hood to be land, Olearwater, St. Petersburg, paration for and the service of Dr.
S ... .. __ J Bradenton, Sarasota, Tampa and Graham on Saturday, February 11,
-.. Guest Speaker At Rotary Meeting Gainesville. The series will be cli- 7:30 p.m. 'Rev. D. 0. Alderman, 'al-
Social Security Tax m naxed with a three week Crusade 'lahassee, is Delegations Chairman.
in Miami-Beach, March 5 through, 1
Remains The Sme -Dr. Richard Morley, Gulf Coast (Pointing out the tremendous op- .6. In addition to Mr. Graham's ap- o
J' junior College president, will opportunities the college affords ihe Pearances in strategic .cen.e'rs, Rev. *
The .ci.: 1 't ta a speak to the Port St. Joe Rotary youth of Bay and Gulf Counties, Dr. Grady Wilson, Associate pvang-
T"he-Stkeial ,Security-tax rates on .. .... F
.p .. self- .-'employed Club Thursday on "Gulf; Caost JuI- Morley stated that he will empha- list, will hold one-night fillies in CLASSIFIED
employees and the s e or College-An Aggresive Institu- size the need for Gulf County to amaller communities in Florida. ADS
AhaVe a nt been Increased, "cording Giant Rets
aiotbeen increased according M n become a participating county, thus Tallahassee being the nearest

Pantoa it arey, ist curict oa agr according students from that area point for people in this county, the Midget Invetmente Wth
fice. The tax rates in effect for 1960 hWbout a -new Social security tax comparable opportunities in educa- County Committee is going all-out
will remain .in effect through 1962, rate, Carey .ontinned. 'his misun- tional pursuits, to -seoure maximum attendance of FOR RENT: 3 :~ itshaed house
unless Congress should Increase derstanding was 'brought about by Dr. Morley said he plans to trace church and nion-churdh people. J t St. Joe p~ach.1 3-bedroo n
them. : a- notice that the Federal Unem- the growth and development of the 'Some counties 'are planning for and 2 2-bedroom. See 1W. Durren
ma iploy'ment tax had beeni increased' college with particular focus plac- ;busses, trains, car caravans. Many or phone 7-31,1 or 7-411.. tto-8412
-Rceently, many employers .have from 3.0 percent to 3.1 percent. ed on projection of the college's churches are making similar plans FOR RENT: 2 badrg m or
called the Social Security office This tax has nothing to do with enrollment, academic achievements for their own members and friends. paFOR RENT: 2 ber. ot or fr-
]_________ __ _.. Social Seourity, but raiser is re- and importance to this trincounty No reservations for space in the nahed. Call 7-8321 days or 9-1481
.. -~ -, ... .. latedd to Uuemployment. Compensa. area of Bay, Gulf and Walton coun- giant Doak :S. ,Campbell stadium night. Shirey. te-10-
tion Insurance. ties. need -be made in advance. It is es,.-
Some employers indicated that Fourteen Gulf County students tianated. Lhat at,'least 20,000 'seats FOR RENT: Upstaire furnished
' they hare befun deducting more attended Gulf Coast in the fall sem- will be available. This Rally is ex- apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
than 3% from the worker's wages, ester, Dr. Morley -said, and more pected to attract the largest crowd Phone 7-5771.
TELEPHONE: BAIl 7-4191 Carey added. Where. this has been than a dozen more are expected in Tallahassee's history-topping VERY LOW winter, rates on two.
TELEPHOone, he employer should make the for the spring term. the 19,000 'who attended the 1955 and 'three bedroom tu'ra1hed hn-
"OF"Nj'AILY 2:45 P.k..9sea at St. 'Joe Beach. J. D..Clark,
SAT URDAY, 12:. P.M. necessary adjustments.t ff a-ollow- the Gulf county students Blly Grham Rally phone 7-7771. tte-12-22
ingp ayperiod and should pay a. tonow attending., ilel college are Choirs of all; churches in this FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs
tal of T RA only 'when- king the three on scholarships -donated .by area are invited to sithg in :the 1500- apartment. Adults only. Phone
THURSDAY FRIDA po of emoyees' earnings t he t. Joe Paper Company. Two voice massed choir to-be seated in 7-4511. Mrs. Charles Brown. tfc
f" '. ..- the District Director -f Internal of -these, Buddy Ward and Bobby the iSouth End ZQne of the Stadium -FOR RENT:- Unfurnishedtwoe bed-
^ Looking for fun Rvenue. .. Burkett, are slparklig the Gulf and' led -by-Billy Grabam's Song room 'huose. Large yard. Gas tank
.Then gogo.o go... Under the present law, Social Coast Oommodores in. the school's leader, Cliff Bariows. Those ter- and heater, blinds furnished. Phone
O GDW YMAY Security taxes are scheduled togo first season o basketball play. ested may onact Dr Herman 9-1681. ltc1-5
in 1963,, 1966 and again in 1969. Gunter, Jr., School of-Music, Flor- FOR RENT: Furnishled apartment.
The maximum tax rate of.4:% ida ,State University, T;alahassee, 1506 Long Ave. Call 7-5426. 2tp
0 I oe-Bh. on the worker andthe employ- lyam To or consult W. A. Frye, Gulf Coun- FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
Boys er, will be reached on January 1, ay Chairman. meant tor couple only. Call Mrs.
SCO o1969. The scheduled tax increases App r In m v..hFrye is as or ,of th Fira te o. a
^ ^o^' k /o 9. designed t make the cial A i l Rev. Frye is pastor o First Mor Jones at7-7641 fc-1-19
r designty sy tem actuarially sund .y Balptist Church in Wewahitohka. FOR RENT:- Furnished apartment.
Dreurity. Harold G. 'Sannlers, General 703 16th St. .Phone 7-7636. Call
A TfDAinancially. Billy Graham,; the-World's best Chairman, and Coach Bill Peterson, after 4:00 p. tc-1-12
T DAY The Social Security offie, for known evangelist, isdevoting the co-chairman andiead coach at Flor- FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
DOUBLE FEATURE this area is located at 1135 Ha..- first three months of,1961 to the Ida StatUniversty,urge our chur- IPhone 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Farmmer.
Uson Ave., Panama City. The tole- state of Florfida. A series of one- ahhes schoolss andie business groups FOR RENT: Two houses onPLong
7 hoine number is POplar 3-5331. night rallies have, beenIscheduled ah d r FOR RENT: Tw us n o
S phoenuber is POlar 3-533.. nght rallies ave- -een scheduled to pray -daily for a -great spiritual Avenue facing Elementary school.
Phone 7-5471, Mrs. Nora Duren. tfc
n IN THE CI UNTY JUDGE'S MON WANTED: Good opening; Sell
SCOURT, GULF COUNTY, Rawleigh products in Gulf Co.
-| |FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Year around, steady work. good
T^. ^ -=gn ... .e r In Re: Estate of profits. Write Rawleigh's. Dept. a


THE FIST ia t.


s UBLIMINAtl.COMMUINICATION!


A HOWCO INTERNATIONAL RELEASE


SONUAY MONDAY
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY

E-LVIS


co-starring
BARBARA EDEN
STEVE FORREST
DOLORES DEL RIO
J ,OHN McINTIRE"
' ::u .-


In Old Moose Lodge Buildinj



OPENS THIS SATURDAY


OPEN WEEK DAYS 6:00 to 11:00 P.M.

Soft Drinks Games Juke Box

-y B -M t J oh.-
Operated by Billy Milton Johnson
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REIN A J ORD'LtJAN,
deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
PETITION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE of ADMINISTRATOR
Notice is hereby ,given thibt I
have field my final returns as Ad-
ministrator orf tie -stat.e oi F: rna
Jordan, deceased; '.hat I have iIldi
.my petition for distributi:,a ani, t.:.i
final discharge and that on' Furu-
ar.y 20, 1961, I1 will apply to the H--'.
orable S. P. Husband, County Judge
ofCultf County, Florida, for appro-
vaA of said final returns and for an
order of distribution and for final
discharge as Administrator oft ,he
estate of Rena Jordan. deceased.
January 21 1961
.,'s' DAMON PETERS 4t
Administrator- ~1--


FAA-'.0-137, Mempnhis, Tenn.
WANTED: Used oil tanmk-. 75 gal
and over. Also stands iandJ fltt
in.si. Drop post card to W C Wat-
son. Box 60S, High Springi. and
le- me make you an offer tc
FOR SALE: Renault l.' uph,ne.
Low mileage. ex"ra clean. For
cash or tike up piynilen's Phone
7.'l61 or ,p. o. ,box 266. ltp
FOR SALE: 3 ,bedroom stucco
.home. Central-ly heated and air
conditioned. 901 Garrison Avenue
.Phone 7-4491. tLc-1-19


FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308
Long Ave. Garage with large
.- ility room. Price $7,:00.0. Phone
7 5926.: -. .. -- c12-15
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CITIZENS' FEDERAL


SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PRT ST. JOE

Pot St. Joe, Florida


All Savings Accounts Insured Safe to

$10,000.00



Earns 4% profit per annum compounded


June 30th and December 31st ,


CURRENT DIVIDENDS


a" 'a- ea .% a.- a, V


STATEMENT OF CONDITION, DECEMBER 31, 1960


Loans on Savings Accounts

Investments and Securities


5,418.99

26,000.00


Cash on Hand and Due
from banks 177,327.85


Office Building and Equipment
(Less Depreciation) .

Deferred charges and other assets --


8,880.72

2,156.46


LIABILITIES


Capital $1,638,136.92


Advances from Federal Home
Loan Bank 170,000.00


S Other Liabilities -:


General Reserves

Federal Insurance Reserve


$1,884,165.02


1,545.62


16,743.19

57,739.29


$1,884,165.02


I, C. J. Stevens, Jr., Manager,' Citizens: Fedeial Savings and Loan Association of Port St. Joe, do hereby certify
that the above statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

C. J. STEVENS, Jr.,
Manager


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"Dedicated to Better: Selling mixed with a
little tfn"
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor

Associate Editors YOU-ALL
Published by


BOYI.ES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL 7-4261
222 REID AVE. PDRT ST. JOE, FLA.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager ,
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
LETTIE GODWIN Lingerie and Hosiery
GLADYS GILL Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-wear
GUY N. MIDDLETON ...... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
GERALD THOMAS Maintenance and Stock Man


Attention Customers! Save Your Sales

Tickets fro mBoyles! They're Valuable
Listen Over- WJOE 8:00 and 9:00 A.M. Monday
Through Friday for Winning Numbers.

Starting Today at Boyles. 88c Days

A Favorite Sale Always!


Dear .friends: tience. Everything is difficult be-
These days .the merchandising fore it becomes easy."
picture rolls rapidly. Boyles is keep- hlie tailor was selling ails best
ing sten with increased publicity, friend a suit "I'm telling you,
'better values,-wider selections and Hairy," 'he said, 'That even your
still -greater savings. This week best triedd won't recognize you in
you'll see (please read, too) a -big that suit! Just .take. a walk outside
economy story (88c Days) on page a minute and get the feel of it."
three. 3500 families should receive Harry went out and returned a
a reprint of these unbeatable val- moment later. The tailor rushed
ues bn every day, year around up tohim with -a smile. "Good morn-
clothing needs.tor 4the family. Our ing, stranger," he beamed, "what
aim In this' effort is to render out- can I do for you?"
standing serv ie to our friends 'and 'My wife has. ever (been thought-
customers as well -as do business ful and-attentive to mny wants and


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and pay .bills; This is not mere needs.'-.However, during the past
I-roDaganda .but a cool statement of 29.years she failed to note serious-
racts and figures! Will you have a ly, that I 'loved good corn bread
seat, relax and take about five min- with a passion. Just seemed to 'be
utes of your time 'to read our me's- unable to convince her it was GOOD
sage that costs us sweat, time, ef- as well as HEALTHY, and corn
fort and hard cash-? In the event bread has not-appeared often on
you're well stoked at this time our table. Something wonderful has
with olo:hing and -shoes you can happened' during recent 'weeks.
render a helpful 'srevice by telling We're having corn bread several
your friends 'the Boyles Story. times weekly and the old 'fanmer"
Thank you for--reading this para- is having a picnic. More too, any
graph. Anyone' .ho wishes to drop wife is eating it and commenting
he Tattler a card or 'letter stating from tiane to time that it is GOOD!
hatL you have read 'this column will That's not 'aill she's getting
eceive-a communication ,of thanks younger looking and more attrac-
plus a useful gift from .this writer. tie than'ievelr. (ardon, if I sound
eta t .l-a ,breather, now, -fru partiali'-since she" started eatini
hesa,sox.and'tlothIng. We'll just corn .bread. No joke! Barbaralikes
wander around and see what conies the corn bread, too and .
. recently she's feeling like getting
Thoughts ".o live by: "The past her own .breakfast, which hasn't
s to help you deal with the present happened for quite a number of
nd to make- plans for -the future", years. We close by giving 15 rahs
The beast oire for anger is to post- for corn ,bread. Don't you think
one it". "The 'only remedy for in- the grocerymen and- corn aneal
decision is to begin". "Nothing is manufacturers should note and pro-
oo small for the really great-anind- perly recognize this corn bread tea-
,d." "A man full of -words and not
f deeds is like a. garden .full of itmony? 'Send 'checks to address
'eeds." "Where God and love are above! Thank you.
here is happiness". "Have pa- 'wSong. RGB


FOR SALE: 5 new VA houses on
Cypress AMe. Nearly completed.
No down payment. Just closing
costs :for qualified veteran. PRrID-
GEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301
V'flitanms Avenue.
FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 Bedroom
house at Beacon Hill. Partly fur-
anihed. OPhone 648-4431, Chuck Gib-
so. Sto-1-12
FOR SALE: 2-bedroom house, 503
Third. St. $500.00 down. Owner
will finance. 11a Slam Neel, 7-4911.
WANTED TO BUY: Nice home in
Port St. Joe.. Prepared to pay
cash. Please address, replies giving
all' infromation of house and price
to P. 0. Box 308, Port St. Joe. 4t.
RUBBER STAMPS
'Made daily. Also water-applied
decals.- -Southern Decal Co., Box
742 .Springfield Station, Panama
City, Phone PO 3-1647.
WILL KEEP CHILDREN in my
home. 206 Long Ave. 3te-1-19
RIEWARD: For information leading
-to the conviction of person or
persons who killed any 11 goats and
damaged my house at Niles. Bill
Oarr. tfc-1-12
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
1710 Palm Bvd. Two years old.
lAving room drapes, gabage dis-
poesal tcluded. OaU BAlI 7-2311.


EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
trick expert service, tfc
AVAILABLE tor income tax -work
or special book work. Mrs. Chuck
Gibson, St. Joe Beach. Phone 648-
4431. 4tc-1-5
saving money see us for anything
you need In your bome. STOP and
SWAP 3HOP.
SCRAP WANTED: We pay highe.
-market .prices for your scrap ma-
terial. It you are not getting top
price for your scrap bring your
material to DUREX Scrap Mater-
ial, and pocket the extra. We buy
cast Iron, steel, tin, copper, brass,'
radiators, aluminum, lead, jun'k bat-;
teries and old cars, etc. Most any-,
thing in the metal line. Honest wts
quickly unloaded, money on _the
spot. 17th Palto Alto St., Panama
City, PO 3-5382. DUREX SCRAP
METIL CO. 4tc-1-19
THERE WILL BE a regular comr-I
I munication of Port St. Joe Lodge i


No. Ill, F&AM every first and
thrxi Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially Invited,
I.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
sLUo, Phone 7-7501.
AMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
region Hail. All member urged, o
attend.
Noble Grand: Bernard Pildgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop
A. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
i.. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
.ug brothers welcome. '
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Secretary
WILLIS 'V. ROWAN, POST 116,
. THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing second, and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.


INCOME TAX
SERVICE

J. D. CLARK
1017 Long Avenue

Qualified and
Efficient



Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Corner Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School -.... 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv .... 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday ...._. 7t80 p.m.
Prayer Meeting


ASSETS'

First Mortgage Loans $1,664,381.00


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fle.


How many bottles and boxes
contain old medicines or Ingredi-
ents you have no use for? Many
drugs lose their potency with age.
If you don't know what a medi-
cine is for-DON'T EXPERIMENT.
Get rid of those possibly danger-
ous space robbers. And when
your doctor gives you a prescrip.
tion, have it filled at...

Your ( ) Pharmacy
Pre, Parking
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Flovido

Church

Attendance
FIRST BAPTIST
Sunday school, 257; Training Un-
ion, 113; worship services, 413.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School, 157; Youth Fel-
* wship, 31; Worship Services,
289.


Church of the Nazarene
ISunday School, 54; NYPT 17;
Worship Services, 90.
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST


THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1961

Larson Approves f" -

Insurance Plan


TALLAHASSEE Edwin Iar-
son, state insurance commissioner.
this week approved a safe-driver In-
surance plan 'which -he said would
reduce premiums for Florida drlv-
ers with good records but increase
charges for drives involved in acci-
dents.
Larson said that companies offer-
ing the new program will receive a
statewide rate increase on bodily
injury and property damage rates
averaging 5.6 per cent.
But drivers with clear records
for the past three years would have
their collision insurance premiums
dropped by 15 per cent and liabili-
ty insurance ,premiums would ibe
reduced -by varying amounts rang-
ing -from 20 per cent to 1.2 per cent.
depending upon *the number of acci-
dents in the territory in which they
live.
The plan, outlined at a hearing
January 10, becomes effective oh,
March 1. It was asked by two na-
tional rating bureaus, the National
Automobile Underwriters Associa-
tion and the National Bureau of
Casualty Underwriters.
Larson said that 795 drivers out
of every 1,000 buying insurance
from the affected companies would
get the reductions. The other 205
will' pay more, the amount to de-
pend upon their individual driving
records.
The rate increases for accidents
and certain traffic violations would
be from 5 to 150 per cent higher
than the 'basic rate, depending .up-
on the number of offenses.
This reduction is bhased- on the
new package plan of Insurance.
which provides $25,000 bodily in-
jury and property damage, .$20,000,


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Methodist Men

Hear Dr. Schneider
Dr. Raymond :Schiender, the as-
sociate pastor of the First. Metho-
di&t. Church of .Panama City-spok4
to the local Methodist Men's Club
,Tuesday night, January-. 24,.-iabout
g the "Inyasion..r. om Within".. -
I This invasion -of conformity, ac-
cording to Dr. .Sphnelder is ,become
a goal to the American people;
teenagers are striving-. not to be
-good or better .but to be- acceptable
and popular, women.. conform in
their fashion, their social habits
and in their raising of-.children, and
men tend to work toward. a life of
ease, money .and things. This goal
'centered on .things and lacking in-
dividuality will eventually bring
about moral degradation of our
people and the collapse of our na-
tion from within......... ....
There was .-once .a time when a
man could guard'.his -homie against
- outside inflhepces, bdt today, with


ana Mrs ..William Carver, is pic- day, January u at mthe Jack and television, radio, magazines and
tured above with several of her Jill Kindergarten. .. newspapers, the bad creeps in with
"th'good. We are sometimes :even
,y U FS FO rm odr thini fcg and i' our mral stan-
RtrClbHa P Ond. a
Robert E.Lee Brought By B. B. Scisson Yet, with all our radar, our mis-
si.les and'atfnir weapons, it is the
American- Chrisfian 'hom-e that is
Robert E. Lee was the subject of Civil War on equal terms. Always the rhpe of our nation and. orld.
,a.talk. resented by Rotarian B. B. he was outnumbered, but, neverthe- We must rultivate in our families;
Sclsson to the Rotary Club -last less, he won -many battles. not man's sorial-and' economic stan-
.Th .rday. at' noon. I After the war Lee became presi- dards, 'but God's standards as re-
'Scisson- is.a student of Lee and 'dent of Washington .College in Lex- sealed -to us in Christ.
gave a capsulBe of the things that ington, Va. at a salary of $1500 a New officers for the year were
.made him: -famous as a man. year. He passed ,up a salary of installed as follows: president, Har-
$Lee 40,000 a year -from a firm- wautig. old Odum .first vire president,
Le was borl 1807 and died to capitalize on his fame for the nnon. Taey second vice-presi-
in 1870; H e w as-appointed to- W est f'Uni versitytob- e F J h.e .;
ln.o'th 'die t.s .teens and. stood w ell I Uni erlty .lob dent,. /ohn D ..Ve.;. secretary Billy
In',h~ class. He'graduated sceond I Guests of the club were. A. K. Quarles; treasurer, G.eoge.i Adnki
In hl.- class He was married to a Bell and Tom Hun of Arkaansas- and Methodist Laymen.Representa-
grandlaugbter of .George Washing- and Rev. David cox of Birmingham, tive, Floyd Roberts.
ton, ,-hus uniting two of the most Ala. -
famouis families of the day in Vir- I ns Ave Rnntn
Lo a' Ave ..BSa u u


,Sunday School, 155; Training uninsured motorist protection, S1. .1. A Jones Hu
Union, 111; Worship Services, 286. 000 medical paymentss and $1 000 Lee received- most of his early A. JOrh S HlUt
HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST accidental death and disability cov- military experience in the Mexican
ISunday School, 45; Evening Fel- rage. -:War. He received rapid promotion In Accident
lowship, 12; Worship .Services, 62. Under this plan drivers in the due to his military brilliance. c eide t
GFAITH ulf county area will save $21.60. When Lincoln was innangurated
,Sunday School, 26; Young Peo- resident of the United States, Lee A. Morgan Jones, owner anid. op-
ple, 14; Worship Services, 44. Texas VisItors was offered the command of the U. orator of the Sinclair Service Sta-
-- 'Mrs. Jim Tucker of Houston, :S. Army, but he refused, foreseeing tion here in Port St. Joe was injur-
Oak Grove Assembly of God Texas and Mrs. L cA. Prine of Pe- trouble between the states. His ed last Thursday -morning when a
Sunday School, 203; C. A., 10; t htalMississippi,"stdtrs of Mrs''setens". ess' rulbled t ire he was, putting on a whe iex-
Christian Cadets, 70; Worship Ser- tal Mississippi, users of Ms sentiments in these troubled times he was putting on a wheel ex-
ViCes 215. Fred -Sutton, visited here last -week were with his native Southland. pieded.
end. Lee never fought a battle in the Jones was inflating -a new tire



the rim's edge. then Jones applied
'more pressure the tire- exploded.
Pieces of the tire struck Jones in
the face breaking his nose and se-.
verely bruising his face. Another
I)n piece of the ,tire hit him on' the
right forearm breaking the arm
and a piece hit his left hand break-
SPECIALS START WEDNESDAY NOON THROUGH SATURDAY ing several bones in his hand.
Jones is still confined to the Mu-
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&Wi* Ia w va rBwri
Circle Meetings
Circle Four of the Long Asvenue
Baptist Church met Tuesday, Jan-
uary 17, in -the home of: lMrs. L: E.
Voss.
The program was on the Indians
of the southwest. .: ..
There re bre hine members pres-
ent. '
on"--
Circle Two of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met Tuesday morn-
ing, Jan.- 17 in t'he home of Mrs.
Ruth Hendrix at 505 16th St., with.
five members present.
SCircle-Fi#ve' of the -Long Avenue
Baptist Church met Tuesday night
at the home of Mrs. Joe McLeod
with seven members and, one visi-
tor present. -...- .
'Circle -Six -met- Tuesday '-niht,
January 17 at the home of Mrs.
Danny Maddox. There were 16,
members and three visitors.present..


Daniels Charged

With Moonshining
MARIANNA-State and, Federal
liquor agents turned up "one of
the-imost sizeable stills discovered
in Guif County for some wiile"
'Saturday, according to Walter R.P
Davis, Jr., district supervisor of
the State Beverage Department.
Gerett Daniels, 54-year-old resi-
dent of Gulf 'County, was arrested
Saturday and released under a
$500 bond by the U. S. Commis-
sioner in Marianna on charges of
possession and distilling moon-
shine -whiskey. Agents, according
to Davis desrtoyed 152 gallons of
white liquor found near the defen-


* 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arthur Bi-
shop of Highland View announce
the birth of a daughter, Sherry
Ann on January 23.
Mr. .and Mrs. Jimmy D. Taylor
of Warda Ridge announce the' birth
of a son, (Charles Paul on January
17.,
Mr. and Mrs. Emil R. Mattheiss,
Jr., of Highland View announce the
birth of a son, Durryl Allen on Jan-
uary 13.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


dant's home whikh is located close
to -the OVerstreet community. Also
discovered near Daniels' home was
a 573 ,gallon still, 1,500 gallons of
mast and 1,720 pounds of sugar.
"It is not the largest still we
'have raided, but it was a good sized
operation' Datvis commented.
Two Negroes were arrested, by
the agents Friday on charges of
possession of moonshine whiskey.
Davis said they had picked up their
load from Daniels.
Arrested, were Bartow Horstod
of Slpringfield, who according to
agents had 20 gallons of moonshine
in his car and George Bryant of
Gulf 'County who was transporting
one gallon. .
Oars of -the men were impounded
,by the agents.
Horstod' -was released -from Fed-
eral custody under a $500 bond
and Bryant, who was turned. over
to the Gulf County Sheriff's De-
partment,.was fined $150 in county
court.
Daniels was released under a
$500 bond ,Saturday by a U. S. Com-
missioner in Marianna.

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Little Kathy Carver Observes Fourth

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Little Kathy Carver (seated little friends who helped her cele
front center) daughter of Mr. brate her fourth birthday Fri