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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: February 9, 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 we can speak with It
once In a while-Trmde with
your home town merchantal


""ort St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apolachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1961


PORT ST. JOE. FLORIBA


Two Burglaries



Reported In Week


City Commission Postpones



Action On New Street Lights


Two cases of breaking and enter-
ing occurred in Port St. Joe last
week with one residence and a ser-
vice station falling victims to the
two robberies.
Late Wednesday evening it was
discovered that the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry H. Saunders had
been entered by burglars. The
Saunders had been out of town
since the previous Sunday. The
burglary was discovered late Wed-
nesday by Miss Clara Pate, secre-
tary to Mr. Saunders when she en-
tered the house to secure some pa-
pers.
The burglars came through an
outside window Into the garage of
the home. From here, they broke
into the house through a jalousie
door. Saunders reported that a
camera, a radio and a pair of dia-
mond earrings were taken from the
home. Saunders stated that the ear-
rings were not of much value but


Church Attendance

For February 5


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,
Sunday School, 283; Training
Union, 123 and Worship Services,
470.
CHURCH of the NAZARENE
Sunday School, 56; Worship Ser-
vices, 91 and NYPS, 17.
*. .:. .:
Highland View Methodist
Sunday School, 47; Young Peo-
ple, 20; Worship services, 62.
.:. .. .>
Oak Grove Assembly of God
,Sunday School, 218; Worship
Services, 250; Christian Cadets, 85;
.C. A., 14.
.4. *.4 .*
WHITE CITY BAPTIST
Sunday School, 118; Worship
Services, 164; Training Union, 56.
*:. *. .:4
FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday School, 24; Young Peo-
ple, 14; Worship Services, 54.
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School, 147; Training
Uniun, 114; Worship Services, 2Eb.
--Ic ----

New Pastor At

Highland View

Rev. Reuben B. Davis and fam-
ily 'have moved to Highland View
recently, where Rev. Davis has as-
sumed the pastorate of the High-
land View Baptist Church.
Mrs. Davis is the former Iris
Jones of Jay, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Jones. The Davis' have
one son, James, 13 years of age.
The Davis' come to Highland
View from Chancellor. Ala. Rev.
Davis was born and reared in Sam-
son, Ala., where he finished high
school. He received his seminary
education at New Orleans, La.,
where he attneded New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. -
Rev. Davis has served churches
in Louisiana, Alabama and Florida.
He has also served as Sunday
School Associational Superinten-


had a sentimental value since his
mother had worn them for most of
her life.
SERVICE STATION
IS ENTERED
Thursday night, burglars entered
the Gulf Service Station, operated
by Aubrey Tomlinson. Tomlinson
said that neither door to the sta-
tion had been forced open, but that
his back door was ajar when the
station was opened for 'business
Friday morning. Tomlinson said
he remembered closing the door
when he closed the station Thurs-
day night. The night policeman on
duty Thursday night stated that he
checked the door during the night
and it was closed then. There was
no other sign of entry to indicate
how the thieves got into the build-
ing.
Tomlinson reported that $58.00 in
cash out of the cash register was
all that was missing. Tomlinson
was a little puzzled, as well as re-
lieved, when he found $142.00 in
plain sight still in the cash regis-
ter after the burglary.
Police report no leads as yet on


either ,burglary.
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Jaycees To Host

State President

The Port :St. Joe Jaycees will' be
hosts tomorrow to a contingent of


First Patient In New Hospital Wing
Mrs. Kay Clark and her young son, Paul Adrian are the first
patients to move into the newly completed wing of the Municipal
Hospital. The move of patients into the new wing was made Sat-
urday. Assisting Mrs. Clark In the wheel chair are, Miss Minerva
McLane (left) Hospital Administrator; Mrs. Ross Hudson (center)
and Mrs. George Adkins (right). (Star photo)


The Cub Scouts held their annual
Blue-Gold banquet Monday after-
noon in the Centennial Building.
The banquet this year was schedul-
ed to be a weiner roast and field
events contest. Inclement weather
drove the observance indoors where
several of the events were held in


Sharks Take Two

Close Decisions

Port St. Joe put its ball control
talents to work here Saturday night
to edge past Marianna's visiting
Bulldogs 27-20.
The Sharks iced the game by
outscoring the Bulldogs, 10-4 in the
fourth .period. Port St. Joe had led
17-16 after three quarters.
Jimmy Wilder led the winners
with eight points. Bob Munn and
Joe Evans each contributed seven
markers.
Doug Woodlief had eight for the
losers.
Port St. Joe won the B game,
18-10.
Sharks fg ft tp Bulldogs fg ft tp
Munn 1 5 7 Woodlief 2 4 8
Wilder 4 0 8 Stevenson 2 1 5
Gardner 0 0 01 Ap'white 2 0 4
Evans 3 1 7 Frank 1 0 2
Ray 1 3 5 Carpenter 0 1 1
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe ---........8 6 3 10-27
Marianna --..---.----....7 7 2 4-20G

WEWAHITCHKA GAME
Tuesday night's game here with
the Wewahitchka Gators proved to
be one of the most thrilling games
the Sharks have ,played this season.
Behind one or two .points virtually
all the way, the Sharks held the


state jaycee officers wno willn lma3 pressure on the Gators all the way.
an official call on the local Jayce Area Nurse Association Receives In the last seconds of the game, the
chapter.n Sharks tied the score.and then went
,State President, T. E. Johnaon From a a on to win in the overtime period.
and his party will arrive 'here at rer Om State HeadquartersBob Munn and Albert Ray were
11:30 a.m. The president wilt ha e the overtime heroes,, each scoring
with him the past state resident, District No. 36 of the Florida Louise G. Beard, Mariann Hendrix a field goal to ice the game for
Dr. Herb Stevens International di- I the Sharks. Munn also sank a free
rector, M-Iac McHerter; national .- uses Association has just recei-and Peggy Allen Stevens of Porte
,ed its official charter number from t. throw at the games end to add n-
rector, Jim Dye; community de .1- ed Its official charter number from St. Jce. 'c t t hk t p
peto chaim an.oJim y ceurdle the Florida State Nurses Associa surAce to the Sharks two point

pmen chairman, Jim McCurdeBo tion. District No. 36 is composed of Officers of the group are: Mrs. victory. -
they d- e W registered nurses in Gulf and Louise Beard, president: Mrs. Ed- Bob Munn and Joe Evans paced
they. Franklin Counties. the Sharks for Che night with 13
Franklin Coti. wina Chauncey, first vice-president; points each. Lister and Scripling

Cancer Society To The American Nurses' Associa- Miss Minerva McLane, second vice- ped the Gators 'with 10 points
tion is an organization of register- president; Mrs. Betty Sue Wright, eac. .


Sponsor Program

The American Cancer Society of
Gulf County will sponsor a pro-
gram of entertainment each Sun-
day at 1:16 over Radio Station
WJOE.
This Sunday you will hear mu-
sic featuring sparkling new ar-
rangements ,of songs from '"My
Fair Lady", by Artuhr Fiedler and
his orchestra. The American Can-
cer Society message on this pro-
gram will deal with ways lives are
being saved from cancer.


World Day of Prayer

Tuesday at 4 P.M.

The 75th Anniversary of the
annual World Day of Prayer will
be observed by the women of all
churches in Port St. Joe on Tues-
day, February 17 at the First
Methodist Church at 4:00 p.m.
Mrs. Charles Brown, program
chairman for the World Day of
Prayer urges women of all chur-
ches to unite for a Prayer for
Peace.


ed professional' nurses. Its pur-
poses are to foster high standards
of nursing practice, promote the
professional and educational ad-
vancement of nurses, and to ,pro-
mote the welfare of nurses 'o the
end that all people may have bet-
,ter nursing care.
dMembers of District 36 are Mar-
garet E. 'Martley, Olive W. Castle-
berry, Edwina M. Chauncey, Glad-
ys M. Cook, Elvester P. Wall and
Alta M. Parvis of Apalachicola;
Ruth McClamma, Roberta Harden,
Frances Elizabeth Gaskin, Ruby
Gilbert, Cornelia Canning and Vio-
la G. Walters of Wewahitchka; Mi-
nerva M. McLane, Evelyn Maddox,
Edwina Miller, Betty Sue Wright,


Wilson Child

Taken By Death

Charlotte W. Wilson, age five,
passed away at 10:30 a.m. Satur-
day in a Panama 'City hospital.
.She is survived .by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Oak
Grove; one brother. William of De-


treasurer; Mrs. Roberta Harden,
secretary and members of the
Board of Directi.rs, Mrs. Gladys
Cook, Elvester Wall and Mercedes
Murphy.


Sharks
Mun
Wilder


fg ft tp |Gators
6 1 13 Smith
4 1 9 Lister


fg ft tp
22 6


the Centennial auditorium.
Events participated in by the
Cpbs present were: tug of war,
standing broad jump, 35-yard dash,
wheel barrow race, sack race and
relay race. Den One captured hon-
ors in the event with the most
points.


Question Is Wheth

New Mercury Ligh

The new mercury vapor ligh' s,
on Reid Avenue came in for a good
deal of discussion Tuesday night at
the City Commission. Commission-
ers John Rober- Smith, Walter Du-
ren and Mayor ,pro-temrn I. C. Nedloy
discussed at some length the .1-
visability of adding to the light's
that have been installed by Florida
Power Conporation on a trial basis.
Mayor J. L. Sharit and Commission-
er Frank Hannon were not present.
It was brought out in the dis-
cussion that the new lights cost
the city $2.00 more per light per
month to operate than the old lights
did. After 'much discussion, the
Commissioners decided to postpone
any further discussion on the mat-
ter until the entire Commission
could be present and a meeting
with Florida Power Company offi-
cials could be held.
PARKING SPACE
Discussion was brought up by
.John Robert .Smith that the tem-
porary hardening of the parking
space in front of the Elementary
School between the sidewalk and
Long Avenue was not :proving sat-
isfactory. The Commission had ap-
proached George G. Tapper for a
price to pave the area. Tapper said
he had some material that he could
place on the area that ,might do the

Evans 6 1 13 Stripling 4 2 10
Ray, A. 1 0 2,|Bozeman 2 0 4
Williams 0 0 0 Green 1 1 3
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe -......-...12 6 6 9 5-38
Wewa Gators _-........12 8 7 6 2-35
NEXT WEEK'S GAMES
Friday night the Sharks will tra-
vel to Quincy. Next Tuesday the
Sharks will be on the road to Bay
High. Next Thursday and Fridae
the Shanks will be in DeFuniak
Springs for the Northwest Florida
Conference tourney. The Star will
carry a gamebracket in next week's


4 10 issue giving, the Sharks play dates


Gardner 0 1 1 Eubanks 1 0 2 in the tournament.


er or Not to Put

ts On Reid Avenue

job. Since the area is .getting in
bad shape again, Commissioner
Smith was authorized to get a price
from Tapper for the paving of the
area.
Commissioner Smith also sug-
gested that the City street crews
begin work immediately to put the
Little Boys Baseball parks in play-
ing condition for the coming sea-
son. Smith said that the early
start on thi.s work would eliminate
any crowding of the street crew's
work into a. tight schedule in the
spring.


OTHER BUSINESS
In other business it was reported
that repair work was underway on
the Centennial Building. New win-
dows are being ,put in the building
at the present time.
R. H. Kerrigan, Bill Fleming and
Harry Tison appeared before the
Commission asking .permission to
use the Centennial Field for a men's
softball league this summer. The
group stated that there would be
eight teams in the league this year.
The Commission agreed to the use
of the field.
The Junior Class of the Port St.
Joe High School asked for permis-
sion to use the Centennial Building
from April 14 to April 29 for he
annual Junior-Senior banquet and
prom. This permission was granted.
A letter was read from R. G.
Boyles of Boyles Department Store
expressing his appreciation for the
new mercury-vapor street lights on
Reid Avenue.
City Attorney Cecil G. Costin
stated that a zoning code was be-
ing compiled for study by the City
Coiimmii;- .i -' tin said that the
code would be ready for study by
the Commission at an early date.

In Hospital
George Tapper spent last week
ond in a Tallahassee hos'pil.il un-
dergoing tests and treatment.


troit, Mich.; three sisters, Mrs.
George Tapper Tells Doris Young, Port st. Joe, Mrs.
Glenda Spiker, Panama City and
SRotary Of InaUguration Mrs. Sharon Bailey, Nashville,
I ..,. Tenn.; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Rotarian George G. Tapper spoke J. L. Wilson of Enteprrise, Ala., and
S to the Club last Thursday at their her .ma ernal grandfather, A. W.
regular luncheon meeting. Adkison of Vernon.
Tapper spoke about his trip to Funeral services were held at
Was onFuneral services were held at
Washington, D. C., to witness the 4:00 pm. Tuesday at the Assembly
inauguration of John F. Kennedy of God Church in Oak Grove wbth
as president of the Unitd Stats. the Rev. Charles Harthern, pastor,
About all Tapper could say for officiating. The Christian Cadets of
,: '. the inauguration was that it was the Church served as pallbearers.
REV. REUBEN B. DAVIS too cold to attend. Tapper and his Burial was in the family .plot in
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gaskin of Holly Hill Cemetery.
dent in Pensacola Bay Association, Wewahitchka and Dr. and Mrs. Joe Comforter Funeral Home of Po-t
Training Union Director in Santa Hendrix went to the affair in a St. Joe was in charge of arrang-
Rosa Association, moderator of Har- party. Tapper said that through a I ents.
mony Association for two terms, past acquaintance, the group was __
served on the state Board of Mis- able to get space in an office build-
sions in Florida and various com- ing on Pennsylvania Avenue and Town Cage Team
mittees for the state convention. He witnessed the parade in warm com-
was vicepresident of the New Or- fort with a ringside seat. He mar- PlayS ACI Tonght
leans Baptist Theological Semin- eled at the constitution of the
ary Alumni Association %for two new president, who went through The Port St. Joe town .basketball
terms and president for one term. the entire proceedings without his team will play Apalachee Correc-'
During his ministry, Rev. Davis topcoat in freezing weather. tional Institute tonight at the Port
has led nine churches to build au- Guests of the club were Merritt St. Joe High School Gym. Game
ditoriums, two educational build- Pope of Panama City and Dick time is 8:00 p.m. There Is no ad-
ings and two pastoriums. Robinson of Tallahassee. mission charge to the games.


CUB BANQUET SCENES-Above
are scenes taken at the Cub Scout
banquet and field meet Monday
afternoon.
In the photo, top left, a pair
of Cubs compete in the wheel
barrow race. In the top center


and top right photos, it's "heave
ho" as the tug of war gets under-
way.
Bottom left, Den Mothers Mrs.
John Carmichael, Mrs. Bob Falls-
ki and Mrs. Dave Maddox try to
fill up a group of Cubs on hot


dogs and potato chips.
In the photo, bottom right, Cub-
master George Anchors and Den
Mothers Mrs. Roy Burch, Mrs.
Bob Faliski, Mrs. Dave Maddox
and Mrs. John Carmichael grab


a bite to eat for themselves.
Assistant Cub Master Lawrence
Bowen and Den Mothers Mrs.
Ben Dickens and Mrs. Leroy Bow-
doin managed to avoid the cam-
era during the evening.


NUMBER 20


Cub Scouts Eat Weiners, Hold Trdck Me3t In Centennial Building Monday


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member of the Port St. Joe WSCS -Ramsey gave a brief history of the
W SCS Observes and now a resident of Jacksonville WSCS. Mrs. Doris Whealton and
was present as an honored guest. Mrs. Verna Smith gave a history'
t A Mrs. Patton reminisced a few min- of the Welseyan Service Guild.
20th Anniversary utes on very early days of the Mrs. Ralph Swatts introduced the
church and its beginning here. past president of the Woman's
The Methodist Woman's Society The charter members present Missionary Society, Mrs. J. L. Tem-
of Christian Service of the First were: Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs. ple, who recognized the charter
Methodist Church observed its 20th Charles Brown, Mrs. G. S. Croxton, members of the Society.
anniversary here recently with a Mrs. Roy Gibson, Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. Roy Gibson recognized the
Society birthday party. Mrs. Ralph Mrs. George Suber, Mrs. Ralph Golden Agers and highlights from
Swatts, president of the WSCS Swatts, Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. Ver- the 20 years of the Woman's Society
Marianna District, registered the na Smi:h and Mrs. George Patton. of Christian Service.
guests t The birthday cake candles were Mrs. W. D. Jones, president of
Mrs. George Patton, a charter lighted by Mrs. Patton. Mrs. Ed the local Woman's Society introduc-
ed the new members of 1959-60.
.-_. I The affair was enjoyed by 39
members of the WSCS and the Wes-
leyan Service Guild.


..... Eta Upsilon Has

SSurprise Breakfast
__, __:___ __ _The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi held a surprise "come
as you slept breakfast" Saturday,
S.\ *' January 21. Mrs. Walter Brown, the
Chapter social chairman served
-'J waffles, bacon, coffee and juice to
'Mrs. Terry Hinote, Mrs. John Scott,
'\. Mrs. Courtney Martin, .Mrs. Bill
Merchant, Mrs. Harrison Hall, Mrs.
Edwin McGill, Mrs. Edwin Peters,
SMrs. Braxton Ward, Mrs. David
.-,J Jonse, Mrs. Harry Murphy, Mrs. I
Ralph Ward, Mrs. Gordon Farr.s c
eand Mrs. William F. Wager, chap-j
ter sponsor.


Model RDD-20-61 Ba'oJ0 0a 0 D ill
"" ScheduIe Set

iL o est p 3iCed The "Leglonettes", sponsored by
American Legion Auxiliary, Post
'40 a 116,' are announcing a new schedule
22 g d y Vof baton and drill classes under
Miss Ann Williams. Classes will
PULL CLEAN begin today at 4:30 to 5:30 at the
iLegion Hall on Third Street. The
OVIVNE R NGI A second class will be held on Febru-
O VN ary 18 at 11:00 to 12:00 noon.
Thereafter classes will be held
Cleans easier... cleans faster than .you can imagine! on every other Thursday and every
other Saturday, rotating the dates
Don't get down on your knees to a dirty oven! This at these same times. All girls of
oven pulls out at a touch for easy, stand-up cleaning. school age interested in baton and
Cook without looking with Frigidaire "Cook-Master" auto- drill are eligible and are urged to
matic oven controls. Has dinner ready when you want it! enroll.
6 Heat in a hurry on "Speed-Heat" Surface Unit- Boys of school age interested in
wonderful when minutes count! enrolling in a' drill team are also
PLUS-Electric Built-in Clock, Automatic Time Signal, urged to atenhd at this same time
Full-Width Top Lamp, and Lighted Oven Interior, and place.

Florida. Nurses Assn.
Sa week (after smait down pymInt) Meets In Apoalachicola
: 0 makes it yours! District No. 36 of the Florida
Nurses Association. held their
All Installation gnd Wiring Free for Next 30 Days monthly meeting at the Grill in
.- -. Apalachicola, .Monday, "February 6.
'"' "*** T G I z .' A business meeting followed at
,r' .. 'o oU wc, th6 *George E.:Weems Memorial
-.... .. .... .... ..... Hospital. Those attending were:
OV1R OE Margaret.. Bartley, Louise Beard,
Gladys Cook, Edwina Chauncey,
SE Edwina Miller, Mercedes Murphy
and Elvester Wall.
FURNITURE and APPLIANCE STORE The next meeting is to be held
at the Gulf County Health Denar.
209 Reid Avenue Phone 7-5271 iment in Wewahltchka, Monday,
_March 61at 8:00 (p.m., EST.


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Bridal Shower Last Tuesday Afternoon

,Miss Connie Chason was compli-
Mrs. Martin Hosts mented Thursday, Februa-y 2 with
a bridal shower gi''en aPt the home
EtaI ,I n ~ of Mrs. H. F. Aye: 5,he hostesses
SUps were: Mrs. Ayers, %,rs. .1T. D. Bald-
win, Mrs. W. M. Chafin, ,Mrs. Brady
Mrs. Courtney Martin was host- Jordan, Mrs. W. 0. Nichols, Mrs.
ess at the Eta Upsilon Chapter of Blake Thomason and Mrs. C. G. I
Beta Sigma Phi meeting held re- Costin, Sr.
gently in the Sun Room of the St. Receiving with Miss Chason were
Joe Motel. her mother and Mrs. Ayers. Miss
Mrs. David Jones, president, pre-
sided over the business session. Beverly Baldwin invited the guests
ided over the business session. to register in the brides book.
to register in the .bride's book.
During the business meeting the T w h
nominating committee was elected. The table from which the host
Plans were made for the annual esses served hot fruit punch, bite-
Plans were made for the annual size sandwi.chse .and Swedish wed-
Valentine party to be held Satur- size sandwichse and Swedish wed-
day, February 11 at the City Res- b eau tiful floral arrangement of
taurant. The Valentine Queen will bai 1 l d an e
aurant. The Valentine Queen will white gladioli and 'giant-size orchid
be crowned at the party. mums
Guest teaker for the evening After the guests were served they
was Rev. C. Byron Smith, who pre-
S C were invited into the Florida room
sented the cultural program,
ented t er c unl rorame where the many lovely gifts were
'Love's Miracle In Marriage" displayed.
which was most interesting and
inspirational. Those attending were Undergoes Surgery
Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. Edwin Pet- Friends of John Sowers, who
rs, Mrs. Walter Brown, Mrs. Gor-recently underwent surgery at the
don Farris, Mrs. .Harry Murphy Baptit Hospital in Pensacola, will
Mrs alph Ward, rs. Da be pleased to learn that he is .mak-
Jones, Mrs. Courtney Martin, Mrs.g a satisfactory recovery.
Braxton Ward and Mrs. Edwin Me- "
Gill. ,-


NEWS FROM
Hiqhtnd View
By BETTY CREAMER

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weeks at-
tended the concert and services
held Sunday in Panama City Civic
Auditorium following the concert
the Rev. Canon Bryan Green, Rec
for of Birming.ham, England, was
the speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Zorn and
Mrs. Ada Zorn of Albany, Ga., were
the week end guests of MA. and
Mrs. Tommy Dobbs.
'We extend our deepest sympathy
to the Robert Pitts family in the
loss of a loved one this past week.
W. C. Miles was called to Soulh-
port Friday due to the illness of
his father, D. W. Miles.
Mrs. Mae Creamer and daughter
and Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons
visited Wednesday with the R. V.
Howell family in Parker.
Friends of Rev. Gordon Adams
will regret to learn he has been
confined to his home for several
days due to illness. We wish for
him a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Arthur Griffin of Blounts-
town is visiting her children, Mrs.
Silas Player, Mrs. Watson and Cur-
tis Griffin this week.
.Mr. and Mrs. John Odum and
children visited with the L. H. Kel-
ly family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson and
daughter Patsy spent the week
end in Westville with Mrs. Patter-
son's mohter, Mrs. Henderson.
Clarence Baxley of Chipley, Fran-
'kie Baxley of Graceville and Miss
Dorothy Pickron and Barbara Gow-
an of Marianna visited Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong.
Clarence and Frankie are nephews
of Mrs. Armstrong.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Minger and
sons spent the week end in West-
ville and Pensacola with friends
and relatives.
Junior Coley of Blountstown
spent the week end with the Sid-
ney Gordon family.

Brothers To Visit
Joe Boyles of Winston-Salem, N.
C., and Ralph Boyles of Mt. Airy,
N. C., will visit with Mr. and Mrs.
R. G. Boyles this week end. Joe and
Ralph Boyles are ,brothers of R. G.
Boyles.

NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:


Notice is hereby given of intention
to apply to the 1961 Session of 'he
Florida Legislature for passage of
an act relating to Gulf County;
exempting American Legion Posts
from State and County license and
amusement taxes.
ALBERT T. THAMES

Advyrtlsing Dooen't Cost it PAYS-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1961


Civitan Club Hears Civil Defense Talk

The Vivitan Club had a very in- requested that all members be pres-
Sformative session on Civil Defense ent for the meeting on February
at their regular meeting, Monday, 20 as a .program recommended by
February 6. James H. Moore, teach- the president of Civitan Interna-
er at the Port St. Joe High School tonal will be adopted.
and active member of the local .-
Civil Defnese unit, described the
CARD OF THANKS
destructive power, danger area, ra- TAK
diation exposure and. the best de- I wish to thank all my friends
feses against fall-out. and neighbors for the prayers, cards
tenses against fall-out.
flowers and many kindnesses
Mr. Moore also explained the ua- shown me and my family during
tional and local warning systems. my recent stay in the hospital.
A film strip was shown which il- I would also like to take this op-
lustrated the areas which could portunity to thank Dr. Wager and
become contaminated by an atom- the hospital staff for the care and
ic explosion, attention given me.
David Nicholson, president, has J. CHRIS MARTIN
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Church Attendance

A Good Habit

By HERBERT BROWN
I go to Church :because I feel a
certain definite need to go. The in-
dividual worship of private prayer
does not seem to be sufficient and
I feel the need of gathering with
others of my faith in God's house
for a full service of prayer and
thanksgiving.
I find it easy to attend Church
regularly even though it is often
not convenient, .because a good
example was set for me when I
was young, for our whole family
went to Church each Sunday. Now"
it is my turn .to set a good exam-
ple for our children.
Attendance at regular services of
my church is also an obligation for
it is only thruogh hte united eifo-t
oi all its people that the Church's
mission here can be fulfilled.

NEWS FROM

Mexico Beach
By Mrs. Betty Missler
Phone 648- 20

)Members of the Women'r. So-
ciety of Christian Service held
their monthly meeting at the home
of Mrs. Ann Chewning on Wde-
nesday evening, February 1. 'Mrs.
Marion Cathey, president, opened
the -meeting with a prayer. A scrip-
ture reading from St. Marks was
read by iMrs. V. J. Stafford. The
meditation of the evening was
"The Lord's Prayer".
*. O* S.2
Mrs. V. J. Stafford recently re-
,turned from a six week trip, visit-
ing her son and family, James Staf-
ford, in Chicago, Ill. She also visit-
ed a sister, Mrs. J. M. Dod&d of
Kisciusko, Mississippi.

Mrs. C. H. Sheppard and daugh-
ter, Mercedes, have returned from
a short visit and business trip tc
Tallahassee.
:.A. 00.
The Charles Parker family en-
joyed the company of their great
niece, Joni Timmons, eight months
old, for five days last week. Her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Tim-
mons of Quincy, spent Friday night
with the Parkers taking their baby
home on Saturday.

Mrs. Charles Parker and daugh-
ter Nan visited in Blountstown
early last week to see Jim Parker
who is recuperating from a broken
arm, sustained in an accident while
riding in his little wagon.

The Rev. and Mrs. Ed Gould of
Malone visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Hewitt in Mexico Beach on
Tuesday of last week. Rev. Gould
was formerly pastor at the Metho-
dist Church here in Mexico Beach.

A surprise house warming party
was held Saturday evening, Febru-
ary 4 for Mr. and Mrs. Barney Early
of Mexico Beach, to celebrate their
moving into a new home they re-
cently ,purchased. Gifts for the new
home were given by friends attend-
ing. Being a surprise event, the 15
guests brought along the refresh-
ments of cake and coffee.

Returns to U. of F.
Miss Beverly Baldwin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Baldwin, re-
turned to the University of Flor-
ida at Gainesville Sunday to re-
sume her studies after visiting here
after mid-term examinations.


At Boyies (Sprmg anda aster thrills in Merclandise
Arriving Daily.)
Current Shopping Tips: REMEMBER YOUR VALENTINE
(Feb. 14) Boyles Will Gift Wrap in Beautiful Red Paper.
(Boyles Slogan: "A Valentine for Everyone This Year.")


Dear Friends:
This week we're .'having difficulty
settling on something to write
about! Why? Well, there's been so
much going on, still going on, and
more and more goins on are in
prospect it maybe we are a bit
,confused! Have you ever experienc-
ed a like situation?
It starts off with my wife ('key
,buyer at Boyles Dept. Store) off
to the big Ready-To-Wear Show inI
Atlanta on January 29 thru Feb.-
ruary 1. Barbara and I called on
the Holten's (Glenna and Bill) to
help us keep the home fires burn-
ing during her (Mrs. B.'s) absence.
(Now, we're backing up to last
week's column!). In the meantime
Barbara has an out of town ap-
pointment to fill. In a mild state of
frustration we go the wrong day.
Since my wife does most of my
work .plus her own at the store I
find myself snowed under there.
Nothing to do but to bring some of
it home and burn a little midnight
oil (as in days of yore). By the
time we get things moving along
a little smoother, i"s time to meet
a plane and there's 'Mrs. B. with
an armful of orders and looking
like she had hi.t an oil well or a
gold mine! "Why", I said, "do you
look so 'pleased? Don't you know
those orders for merchandise rep-
resent a lot of money that's going
to be hard to pay?" "Oh yes," she
replied, ",but wait until you seeI
the .gorgeous new styles in dres-
ses, sportswear, lingerie and etc."
She continued to buzz and bubble!!
S"It's the most outstanding spring


look and get that thrilly feel, too!
Laying on my desk is an article
headed: "The Art of Happiness".
The first sentence is Interesting:
"You can't pursue happiness and
catch it." Another sentence quotes
an old Hindu ,proverb: "Help thy
brother's boat across, and lo! thine
own has reached the shore". A
third sentence is striking: "Happi-
ness is found in little things: a
baby's smile, a letter from a friend,
the song of a bird, a light in the
window". Sounds rather easy and
simple, doesn't it? Wonder why we
try to make it so complicated?
We'll close with this thought:
Unless we contribute in qomie mea-
sure to your pleasure and happi-
ness (at Boyles Department Store)
we consider our effort a failure.
S'long. RGB.
P.S.--Please tell us if our new
hats .do this to you: "A woman
walked into a shop and pointed out
a hat in the window. 'That red one
with the feathers and .berries," she
said. "Would you take it out of the
window for me?" "Certainly, ;Ma-
dam", the salesgirl replied, "We'd
be glad to." "Thank you very
much," said the woman, moving to-
wards the exit. "The horrible
thing bothers me every time I
passs"
EXTRA P.S.-(This is getting too
long) A call from Ralph Boyles
(brother) Mount Airy, N. C. shoe
merchant) states he and Joe Boyles
(another brother we've more,
too!) Winston Salem, N. C. (ladies
ready-to-wear ijierc ianil) are fleeing
the snow and ice for a few days of


and summer line we've ever 'or, St.I Jo sunshine! It's cloudy
shown". Well, that's not half o it .
and we'll not bore you wi'. more
now. However, as this wonderful pull oljr tl', sun 1to shine ;his week
merchandise arrives let's take a end!


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. that with just six more classes ed as regular members of the club. name and submit it by the next 1quired to dance with those whom -
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1961 they will become full-fledged square unless they indicate otherwise: instruction class. Members shall I deem unworthy of my talents, for
dancers and will be able to dance To become a good square dancer then vote on their choice for the I may be the one to "goof" the
with most any calling. Also a full it is important that you attend all best name. square.
Square Dance member shall receive all the bene- classes, practice sessions and lis- The Club has a set of rules to fol- 3. I will not forget that I was
fits of the club, including the right ten to the calls and learn them. low which helps to maintain a once a beginner. "Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
to vote, to serve on any committee The next practice session will be wholesome atmosphere. They call 4. I will *be exhuberent, but will little fun" .
Club Meets iand to become a candidate for any Friday night at the Centennial these "The Ten Commandments of act my age, and will not offend
office. Building at 7:00 p.m. It is especial- Square Dancing" and those being: others by high flung legs and out- R. GLENN BOYLES -- --- Editor
The Squar eDIanc Club net Sat- ily important for those who have 1. I will square dance only for flared skirts.
-Any couple applying and being Associate Editors ------YOU-ALL :.
urday night for an instruction class ptd for club sanctions cla missed any classes to attend this the fun which I find in it. 5. I will go abroad and dance Published by -
urday night for an in~tIuicti~o cas accepted for club sanctionedtcs-
at the Centennial Building with a se of instruction in square dancing 2. I will not be a snob, consider- with other callers so that mn-
full house. The Club iz. be.4inning shall upon satisfactorily complet-] As yet the club has not been ing myself too good to dance with ions expressed as to the merit of
to take shape and :he art of square iog the course of instructions and named but all .present members are any and all, sitting out the mixers, this one and that one are based on BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
dancing is rapidly becoming visible. paying the required dues, be accept- asked to be thinking of a suitable or leaving a square lest I be re- fact. PHONE SALL 7-4261
The members were happy to learn 6. I will not let the stranger in 222 REID AVE. "ORT ST. JOE, FLA.
Suor midst sit on the sidelines and R. GLENN BOYLLS, Owner BOYLES
cool his heels, nor fail to speak to STOPE PERSONNEL
him. ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
7. I will bathe diligently that the ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
LTTIEG CODWIN ................. Lingerie and Hosiery
the car that gives you 7 money-saving, self-servicing features, like a chassis that sweet of aroma of soap and shaving LADYS GILL Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-wear
needs no lube for 30,000 miles. Roomier interior than last year. Wider doors, lotion may assail the nostrils of GUY N. MIDDLETON ....... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
Bigger trunk. New Super-Economy engines deliver up to 15% more gas mileage. my associates, leaving the more ER-ALD THOMAS .............. Maintenance and Stock Man
earthy smells to the farmyard.
8. I will take care that the words
S 00 R RM E of my mouth are no' scented with Forward: A Salesticket from Boyles Represents

C A R lE S S9. I will honor my club and give Cash Savings Plus Fd-Fledged Nembership in
it my loyalty, for if I cannot do this, Our Radio Joe ucky Saes Ticket Cotest. .
it is better to separate myself from urRad
1Uit and join myself to another You May Win A Valuable Cash Merchandise
whose methods and members and
caller aer more to 'my liking. Certificate Tune to WJOE at 8:00 and 9:00
10. I will no kill amy club with
bickering and fault-finding. Monday thru Saturday for Announcement of the
....--..... .Spectators are always welcome k Num er.
free of charge and call Edwin Pet- Lucky Number.
yrs, BAll 9-2241 to sign up for the
next course of classes. Highlights: It's Something New and Exciting Every Day


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This s the second big week of our 35lh Anniversary
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lb. 25c TIDE reg. size 30c
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PONTIAC'S TEMPEST IS SOLD

WIMBEI
Port St. Joe, Florida


FHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1961

Buddy Ward

Leads Cagers
Although the Gulf Coast Com-
modores continued to lose ground
this past week, Buddy Ward and
Billy Cordell continued to gain, ac- 6
cording to statistics just released
by Florida Junior College Basket-&
ball Commissioner Lou Ross.
Covering games through January
28 in the 11-team conference, Ross'
report showed that Ward and Cor-
delr, the Commodores' high-scoring
forwards, had moved up from
fourth and fifth places in leading
scorers to second and fourth, res-
Ipectivl'ely.
Ward, with a 19.4 average in the
Commodore's first 13 games, trail-
ed Larry Bulger of Pensacola, who
had a 21.0 average for 10 games.
Otis Balkeon fo Orlando stood third
with an acreage o 17.4 points, afnd
Cordell ranked fourth with 17.3.
The Commodores, however, were
more firmly fentrenched in last
place in both conference andf over-
Sall standing as they rode out a
seven-gaime losing streak 'that con-
tinued- through Tuesday night with
a 103-72 lbss to Brewton-Parker
Junior College.
The Commodores now have a 1-5
conference record and a 2-11 voer-
all mark.

Delta Kappa Gamma
Observes Birthday
Phi Chapter of Delta Kappa
Gamma celebrated Its fifth birth-
Iday with a birthday luncheon at
ithe Chitpley 'Motel Restauririt on
January 21. Mrs. Thelma Coggin of
Chiipley, the first president of the
chapter, presented a tribune inn
verse to the Phi Chapter on this
memorable occasion. She lighted a
candle for each of the five years of
service and urged the members to
remember that their aim is united
effort for high education.
Delta Kappa Gamma is an inter-
national honorary organization of
outstanding women educators. Phi
Chapter was organized in 1956 thru
the expansion efforts of Iota and
Eta Chapters under the direction
of Dr. Edna Parker, Expansion
Chairman of Mu State. The chapter
territory includes the counties of
Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jack-
son and Washington. In five years
the membership of the chapter has
grown from 12 charter members 'o
56 active members.
Local members of Phi Chapter
are: Mrs. Edith Stone and Mrs.
Lila Brouillette.

SEE YOU IN CHURCH THIS
SUNDAY TWICE


























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JTHE OFGOD
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-WELCOMES YOU --
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


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

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

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ...------- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -...- 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
John C. Carmichael, Pastor
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship .-. 6:15 p.m.
Sunday Schoo 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour _. 11:00 a.m,
Worship Hour .. 7:30 p.m.



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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 3306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omission. in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for sucb
advertisement.
The spoken word is given meant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spokn word barely maerts; the printed word thoroughly oonvince.s
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains .


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1961

James Byrd Back Vet Service Officer

From Pacific To Pay A Visit
WESTERN PACIFIC (FHTNC) Veterans of Gulf County who
-James W. Byrd, fireman, USN, of need assistance in obtaining bene-
Port St. Joe is scheduled to return fits under the GI Bill, may receive
to San Diego, Calif., February 1, guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
aboard the destroyer USS Uhlmann, ant State Service Officer.
following a six-month cruise with
the Seventh Fleet In the Western visited Hawaii, Guam, the Philip-
Pacific. pines, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Ja-
During the cruise, the Uhlmann pan.


YOUR BIGGEST BARGAIN
Years ago, practically all that a prescription could
do was to alleviate the patient's pains and make him
a little more comfortable while nature did a slow
job of curing the ailment. But today's prescription,
containing wonder drugs completely unknown years
ago, cures the ailment in hours, not weeks .
keeps the patient out of the hospital or gets' him out
after only a few days and puts him back on his
feet in a hurry. That's why we say:
TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
BARGAIN IN HISTORY
-- The Most Complete Prescription Department -
Have Your Doctor Phone Us or Bring Your Prescription To

SMITH'S PHARMACY
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-5111


Two Free Parking Spaces for Your Convenience |
at Our Back Door I


Want will visit this area next
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veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims or C :p: tion Beno- ext MondayV -
fits or solv:._i their insuranc- prob-
lems. This free service includes as-
sistance to employers of veterans, The regular monthly meeting of
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train- the Mexico Beach EBisiness Assoc-
ing, Subsistence or other problems. iation will be held nexl Munday eve-
ning February 13 at the Methodist
During his visit in this area Church. Quite a few important sub-
Weant may be contacted at the jects and business matters will be
City Hall from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m., on the agenda, one of which will be
Friday, February 17. to change the name from Mexico
_---- Beach Business Association to a .
Forest Service fChamber of Commerce. a-
FOr6S l erYICG All members are urged to at-
S* tend. Non-members and other in-
LiSts Activities terested residents of the commun-
ity are also welcome to the meet- .
-ing. r
The Gulf County Rai er of the ing.
'Florida Forest Service H. A. Har-
dy, reports that the Gulf County Social Security
Unit furnished 69 jobs of plowing
fire lines during 1960. The first 15 e .
minutes of this operation is free f
with the remaining plowing timn e 5, +I, f I I e


charged to the land owner. During I r .
1960 th eForest Service assisted ure, you can speed the delivery of
1960 th eForest Service assisted ...... ..
with three controlled burns, three ... your first check by bringing all ne-
with three controlled burns, three
cessary evidence wih you on your
confined burns and eight other as- cs e yo o your
onfined burns and eight other first visit to the district office, so
sists. The County Ranger urges stated John V. Carey, district man-
that they be called to help with o P
these services in order to curtailage of the Panama City social
wildfires, curlty office.
Ranger Hardy pointed out that Almost everyone who applies for
Ranger Hardy pointed out that
the Forest Service and land owners monthly benefits ,must prove his
are doing everything possible to age. There are many types of evi-
protect our resources of timber dence which will prove age, such as
from destruction by fire. Suppres- 'aptismal certificate, Insurance
sion of the incidence of wild fires policy or family Bible.
not only protects the forest, but Evidence of recent earnings may
also protects the game and fish also be needed to establish your
population, monthly payments. The 1960 with-
Iholding tax statement (Form W-2)
I.r Le Ie MCOU en 'is the 'best evidence for an employ-
Lora LGee McH ueen ee. The self-employed should bring
S Acopies of the two previous years'
'Receives Award tax return and evidence to show
that tax returns were filed with In-
Lora .Lee McQueen has been ternal Revenue Service. A cancell-
named the 1961 Betty eCrocker ed check, money order stub, or bank
Homemakre of Tomorrow at Wash- receipt is sufficient evidence to
i .. -. ....... show that the return was filed.


iguton uig school.
Having received the highest
score in a written examination on
homemaking knowledge and atti-
tudes taken 'by graudati-ng .seniors
in her school, she 'becomes a can-
didate for the state Homemaker of
Tomorrow award which will be an-
nounced in March.


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BEANS lb. 17c LETTUCE hd. 10c
Red Bliss Firm Slicing
POTATOES lb.5c TOMATOES Ib. 10c
McKenzie's Frozen Minute Maid 12 Oz.
TURNIPS 5pkgs.$1 Orange Juice 41c
Myles Iodized Twin Pet
SALT 2 boxes 19c DOG FOOD 6 for 49c
Robin Hood Plymouth Lb. Tin
FL 0 UR 10 Ibs. 89c COFFEE lb.tin59c
Cock-O-the-Walk No. 303 Can Oak Hill No. 303 Can
PEACH HALVES 19c TOMATOES 2 for 25c


Fresh Ground
BEE F 3 Ibs. 1.00
Slab Sliced
BACON 3 Ibs. 1.00
Fresh Pork
BACK BONE lb. 39c


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If married, and your wife is .also
applying for monthly benefits, evi-
dence of 'her age will also quired.
Carey stated if you have any
doubt about .what evidence will be
needed to process your claim, call
the social security office before you
retire and the representative will
be glad to explain just what evi-
dence you might need. If you have
the necessary proofs when you ap-
ply for benefits, i twill help speed
up your first check.
'The social security office for this
area is located at 1135 H arrison
Ave., Panama City.


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FEB. 5-11, 1961


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If you're thinking of switching to flameless electric cook-
ing and water heating in your home, then NOW's the time
to act! During Twin Value Time we will pay $25 toward the
installation cost of each electric range and water heater that
replaces a flame-type appliance. These installation allow-
ances are in effect only through April 30, 1961, so don't wait.
See your dealer or plumber or contact our local office for
full details.


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Adult Education Stressed To Kiwanis;

Annual Minstrel Set For March 10


their Tuesday meeting. The Min-
strel will be presented on March j
10 in the Elementary School audi-'
torium. 3aRs
Minstrel director Hubert Rich-


Roses Are A Mans Best Friend


ards said the show this year will
r several courses on advanced engin- definitely be family entertainment. By HERVEY SHARPE thrive whe:e the modern hybrids
c eering, electronics, etc. He said Richards said that a good, clean Associate Editor succumb to the deep South's 'ropi-
a that more such advanced courses show is being prepared and that Fla. Ag. Extension Service :cal temperatures, high humidity
could be obtained by local adults several good specialty acts have GAINESVILLE-Roses have uni- and diseases.
if the demand were there. Wright already been obtained for the show. versal appeal Aside from being Except for the most dedicated
t urged the citizens of the city to The specialty acts include instru- hobbyist, the modern hybrid roses
Sthe presti ge flower of the home the hardest to grow.
take advantage of the several mentall, songs, dances and several garden, they are man's best friendare the hardest to grow.
t technological courses that could be other variety acts that will greatly They'll capture a bride, settle a SITE
Shad. add to the entertainment. domestic tiff or serve as a perpet- Plant roses for cut flowers in a
The Kiwanis Club set the date Guest of the club Tuesday was ual anniversary token. Growing separate garden, because they're
for their annual Minstrel Show at Albert Ray of the Port St. Joe High roses for these and other reasons fatr from handsome if pruned pro-
School. can develop into an interesting perly, covered most of the time with
Worship With Us hobby. protective fungicides and denuded
CHURCH of the Gulf But don't delay, because rose of flower buds daily.
CHURCH, f t eGfif ane cer planting season in Florida i.s near- Select a site in a sunny location.


Lyle Wright chemical engineer
with, the Glidden Company spokt
to the Kiwanis Club Tuesday on
the values of Gulf County's adul'
education program.
Wright said that The school went
beyond the high school education
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A called meeting of the Gulf
County Unit of the American Can-
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February 7 at the Florida Bank con-
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ing an end for the bare-rooted
store-purchased plants.
For the procrastinator, container-
grown roses can be planted later,
but will cost a fancy price.
Varieties to plant can be a prob-)
lem. Old-fashioned favorites have
advantages over the newcomers.
These include such roses as Louis
Phillippe, Minnie Francis, Marie
Van Houtte and Safrano. Often they


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In the event the bed is located near
large plants, protect the rose


mock soil. For best growth, be sure
the replaced material is quite acid.
Many sandy soils in Florida con-
tain too much lime for *best rose
production, say University of Flor-
ida rose specialists.
Choose an overcast day for plant-
ing. First check the plant carefully


to hold water.
When the rose bushes begin to
leaf out, keep an eye out for di-
seases such as black spot, brown
canker and powdery mildew. Insect
pests. '.hat .may harm the bushes
will include aphids, thrips, pump-
kin bugs, cot tony-cu shion scale and
red spider mites.


and cut .back the bush to four or
five eyes. Trim off all broken roots. Your county agricultural agent
w ill be your best source of infor-
lBe sure the planting holes ;ire nation on controlling these inscets
large enough to accommodate the and diseases.
roots without crowding. In the bot- _____
tom of each hole drop a handful of BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
garden fertilizer and cover lightly Mr. and Mrs. Fernie Kay Clark
with top soil. Dip the roots of each of ,Marvin Avenue announce the
plant in a bucket of water just be- birth of a son. Paul Adrian on Feb-


bushes from ,marauding roots with fore planting. Insert the new bush
a sheet of metal roofing buried ver- so that the root system will stand
tically along the side of the bed. at the same level that it stood in
Prepare the planting site prior the nursery row.
to securing the rose bushes. If the With a slow stream of water
soil is loose, light and sandy, re-, from a hose, work the soil about
move it to a depth of 15 inches and the roots, filling the hole to the
replace with compost of rotted ground level. Pack firmly and put
leaves, 'cow manure and rich ham- a saucer of earth about the plant


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The group voted to have the
House to House Canvas on Friday,
(April 14. ,Mrs. Paul Fensom is the
chairman of this event.
Discussion was held concerning
sponsoring a horse show during Ap-
'ril, which is Cancer month. No def-
inite date was set for this event,
which will be held in Wewahitchka.
'Mrs. Edna Rowell, district repre-
sentative of the Florida Division,
asked those 'present to please con-
tact their legislators concerning
appropriating more money for the
Cancer Control program. This ap-
propriation has not been increased
since 1959, yet the cancer case load
-has greatly increased.
The goal for Gulf County in the
Cancer Crusade has been set at
$2,500 Last year Gulf County was
the first in the state to meet its
quota. Our total from all sources
last year was $2,997.92.
Present at this meeting were the
following: Mrs. Pearl Brown, Mrs.
Harold Canning and Mrs. Claude
Lister, Wewahitchka; Mrs. Paul
Fensomr, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs.
Edna Rowell, Panama City; Rev.
Harry Babbitt, Bob Sidwell and
Walter Dodson.


Elementary Lunch

Room Menu

Port St. Joe Elementary School
-Monday, February 13
Beef hash, snap beans, lettuce
and .tomatoes, banana pudding, but-,
tered white bread and milk.
Tuesday, Feji'upry 14
Hamburgers, buttered corn, o-
martoes, onions and dill pickles, lime
Jello with cherries and milk.
Wednesday, February 15
Fried chicken, English peas, cel-
ery sticks, buttered rice, peaches,
white bread and milk.
Thursday, February 16
Lima beans, spiced ham slices,
cabbage slaw, grape jelly, hot bis-
cuits and milk.
Friday, February 17
Seaburgers, potato chips, tossed
salad, ice cream and milk.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. _______________
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1961,TOO LAlfReo Cr owd

TO CLASSIFY Expected At
By RUSSELL KAY
Let's talk about taking a driver's
test. If you have taken one you Tallahassee leaders are hopeful
S ,know the- score, but if you are like that attendance at the one-night
gn me and have been driving a car evangelistic Rally Saturday, Febru-
since you were knee high wo a pup, ary 11, will break all attendance re-
long before driver's licenses were cords in both the capitol city and -
ever thought of, when Florida was th e Doak S. Campbell Stadium of
a land of nine-foot roads and woods Florida State University. Vaughn
ruts, and sleep transportatiHon was Mancha, Director of Athletics, and
a Model T Ford or a Chevrolet 490. chairman of the Committee on Sta
(They called it the 490 because d It um arrangements, states that in
that was the price. Believe It or addition to the 18,300 seats in the A. V. Benson Talks -
IS U .not, $490 for a Chevrolet touring stadium stands and end zones, add-Benson
Scar.) Then you've got a lot to learn. tional chairs will be arranged on To At Today
We constantly strive to make our As I told you last week I was un- the gridiron to make an estimated Rotary
pharmacy a better health center fortunate enough to be involved 22,000 seats for this giant meeting In observance of National Elec-
for this community. We take pride inan accident and as a result was trick Week, February 5-11, A. V.
fotsmmniyWtk pr e called upon to take a test to ascer-
in giving you the finest prescrip. tai whether or not I was quali- contact your nearest Florida High- Benson, Florida Power Corpora-
tion service possible-always at fied to be entrusted with the oper- way Patrol office or write the De- tion vice president, will speak
fair prices consistent with quality. ationof a motor car under presentt partmentof Public Safety in Talla- to the Port St. Joe Rotary Club,
fairday conditions I, who had been hassee for a copy of their "Driver's today on "Growth of the Electric
driving automobiles for nearly 40 Handbook." You will find it inter- -Utility Industry."
Striving autombiles for nearly 40 eating reading and if you study it SALE STARTS 12 NOON THURSDAY, FEB. 9th -- ENDS MONDAY, FEB. 13th
ord! Driver's test my eye. It would and become thoroughly familiar 'o hear the world-famed Gospel
PFru, Parking be a breeze. (I told myself). The with present day rules of the road preacher. If filled, this would ex-
Drive-in Window Service Department of Public Safety sent it may save you a lot of grief and ceed any audience for any footballTTENTO N! Ho o ner S Apartment House o wners
Buzzett's Drug Store me a little booklet. They said if I maybe your life. game in history here, and any ga- ATTENTION! Homeow iers, Apartment House Owners,
B ZZtt Di ug Store .would study V~, it would help me Getting back to the test. After thering for any purpose of an or Fish Camp an B Ch Cottage Owners!
17 Wll Av. pass my test. reading the -booklet, I found that ganized meeting In Florlda's capi-Camp and each oage
Port St. Joe, Flovida I wasn't as, smart as I thought Ital city of 50,000.
SeThat little b ooklet opened m to was. On the advice of a friend I Unusual interest is being gener- W
ey think a bout. I realized that I played s afe and took a refresher Were Loaded w ith Trade-In Returns and Exchanges
__ T 1 were going o ass a driver's d test course with the Harbuok Driving whe Florida Crusade which wallde M e i e beo 0. B ti vie b
in out.pa ri attes school. My instructor pointed out climaxed itha three-week a Some Like New .. Some Old But Still Serviceable
I'd have to get on the ball and ec- bad drng habts and taght me n Miami Beach, March 2-26. Week-
torin t eve r hor edtad driving h abit s and taught me r smlart the e L i R
quaint myself with modern day o- was a end Crusades similar to the one in
touring if I ever hoped to make a orth-while experience. I 4oubt i Tallahassee February 11 are being FORM
'passing grade. What you really hldIn Jacksonville, Orlando, Tam-OR
,know and what you think you know would have passed the test with- held in Jacksonville, Orlando, Tam-
know and what you think you know It ths r efresher course. pa, Clearwater, Sarasota-Bradenton,
are birds of a different suit of and St. Petersburg and Gainesville. 4-Pc. Bed RoomSuite $79.95 7-Pc. Ma e Suites $99.95
clothes.Rules of the road today of exmaner wasOfficer Doss A score of rallies are being held in Blonde Orig price $139.95. Good condi- Solid maple by Fox. Good condition. In-
are a lot different from those 20 other catrol office. ike ewhovery smaller centers by Dr. Grady Wil- tion with bar bed, double dresser, mirror ludes sofa, chair, 3 tables, 2 lamps.
years ago. Backing into a parking other atrolson, Associate Evangelis t. .Mass
space between two cars in 1915 have come in contact, he was cour-publicity on billboards, national and large cest.-Pc. fa Bed Group $14995
wasa lot different from trying the teous, considerate and fair. As he hT0al men e n 1 "Hour!d Sip Sofa Bed Group $149.95
For Job Printing tookhiseatbeside an he sa periodical mention, and te "Hour 4-Pc. Bed Room Suite $10995 Like new. Brown nylon. Includes sofa
same tricktoday.In the first place of Decision" broadcasts carry the
THE STAR It was hard to find two cars to park "Don't be nervous, go ahead and story of Florida for Christ. Roll- 4-P. Grey. Reg. $169.95. Bar bed, chest, bed, club chair, 3 tables, 2 lamps.
E Between, and besides parking spac- drive and forget I am here. I will gious leaders in South Alabama and mirror and bar bed. Looks like new. Duncan Phyfe Sofa $69.95
Ph 731e61 es were so numerous you seldom instruct you to make turns, stop, Georgia join in the Tallahassee, Mattress& Springs $8995 -cu ion. Froal plaic. Excellent con-
hone 7-3161 had to worry about wiggling in and back, park, etc. Follow these in- Florida Crusade in big way. Mattress Spr gs $8995 3-cuhion. Froa patic. Exceent con-
wigSgling out. structions but make sure the way Billy Graham's Minneapolis of- Double. Reg. $159.95. Koylon U. S. Rub- edition.
If you have never taken a driv- is clear before doing so." Thanks fice reports that last week, 10,000 ber. Slightly soiled. 2 Platform Rockers $3995
her's test or haven't taken one for to my refresher course I passed letters from all parts of the earth 2 Platfrm Rckers $3.95
several years I suggest that you the test without difficulty. were received, telling him of their Mattress, Box Spring $79.95 Orgiinally $69.95. Good condition.
Now I am proud of my driver's prayers for the Florida Crusade. Englander. Reg. $159.00. Like New.
license and have a lot of respect for Herein lies the secret of Billy Gra- Double Rubber Swivel Chairs $19.95
it. I earned it and feel that my ex- ham's power-it is God's response Reg. $39.95. Floor samples.
F 0 R S A LE perience as a result of my rcent to the prevailing prayersof his peo- Mattress and Springs $59.95 .
accident was very much worth- ,ple, in accordance with his divine Good Condition. Hotel Simmons. Reg. Simmons Hade-a-bed $2495
while Now I know I'm a good dri- will that Jesus Christ shall become $99.95. Double. Needs covering. Good frame.
OFFICE EQUIPMENT OFFICE CHAIRS VAULT Jver. I don't just think I am and I the Saviour of the world. $99.95.ouble. $7.95 c. G S u $19.
COUNTER AIR CONDITIONEIR have learned to drive defensively Rev. W. A. Frye, County Chair- 2 0oub Matftresses $7.95 2-Pc. Plastic Suite $19.95
which is mighty important to any- man, states that there is intense Innerspring. Old but comfortable.
'one behind the wheel today. Ap-interest in Gulf county, and many Old but comfortable.
Citi. ens FederalSavings & Loan Assn. oxyen: of our acci- are planning to attend the Satur- i innerspring Mattress $12.95 2 3-Cushion Divans $14.95
501 Fifth Street Phone 7-4464 lati-ons that should and could have Tallahassee. Double. Clean 1 With slip cover. 1 Mohair cover.
Seen avoided. Learn to drive to tay Single Maple Bed $14.95 Swivel Rocker $9.95
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FOR RENT: 3 unturnished houses FOR SALE or TRADE: 1957 Ram- spot. 17thd Pal-to Alto St., i. Pan license e P l n 1White. I Walnut Appliances and TV
at St Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom bler, 6 cyl. 4-dr. Station wagon. City, PO 3-5382. DUREX SC-RAP
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Duryn Auto. transmission, radio and htr. METL O. -1 OCALA-A legislative proposal ak Dresser Base $7.95 ALL GUARANTEED TO WORK
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfe-8-12 Call BAll 9-1806. oHERE WILL BE a regular com- for two-year driver's licenses, is-
SALESMEN WANTED: Good op- municatloa of Port St. Joe Lodge sued in the birth 'month of appli- 6 Metal Dbl. Springs $4.95 up Electric Range $149.00
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or ening. Sll Rawleigh Product s in No. 111, F&AM every first an cants, was endorsed this week by $1
apartments. Furnished or unfur- Gulf Countq. Fear around, steady third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. the Florida County Judges Asseo CHIFFOROBE $14.95 Modern Maid. New guarantee.
wished. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481wRaei. Good profits. See1or writeation at a winter conference. 2 Good Mirrors, 5 Drawers. AG Range $34.95
at night. Mrs. Shirey. tfc-10-6 Memphis, T enn. FAA-100-137,The plans is scheduled to go be-
NT: furnished SERVICES OFFERED: Motherly JOSEPH C. EVANS, W.M. fore the Legislature this spring. Af-KITCHEN or With thermostat
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished SERVICE OFFERED: ,Motherly BILLY JOE RICH, Sec. ter considerable discussion, her
apartment. 1505 'Monument Ave. capable lady desires baby sitting,e a. Master Masonu cordia:ly nvitede con. Refirge.t4 r $149 95
Phone 7-5771. tfc-12-29 your home or mine. Experience ref- o county judges approved the propos- F. *ri r r to cnt 9
erence furnished. Phone 648-4351. ;.AWN MUWER FOR RENT: $1.00 al worked out previously by lead- Diningm Westinghouse. 4-Yr. Warranty.
VERY LOW winter rates on two S- hour. Cut your lawn and let me ers of their association along with
and three bedroom furnshed hou- FORSALE: Pay equity and take orry with upkeep of mower. Gull the State Department of Public 7-Pe. DINETTE $5995 9 Ft. Refrigerator$15995
ses at St. Joe Beach. J. D. Clark, up payments on 3 lots at Mexico Service Station, Aubrey i LTomlin. $599 05995
phone 7-7771. tfc-12-22 Beach. Phone 9-2646. 4tp-2-2. on, Phone 7-7501. Safety. Plastic charts, large table, 1 chair dam. Reg, $219.95. Westinghouse. Like new
FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom u st o To get the system into operation guaranteed.
FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs home. Centrally heated and air uc AMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. this September, when all drivers' 5-Piece DINETTE $49.95
andrlaundryAequipment r .rF.-7Mee:0 aemd and fourthlicenses are IssuedPannuallyPunderIeI TFirestone Refrigerator $59.95
7-4511. Mrs. Charles Brown. tc conditioned. Complete with kitchen hursday, 7:30 p.m on nme licenses are su ed annually u Plastic top table. Excellent condition.
FOR RENT: Uurnihed two bed so n Avenue. Phn. 7449-1 t 19 gion Hal. All members urged t o the present system, current licens- $995 llwidth freezer.
FrO huen frgne ydrd. st a ionk Aee P 4 tor atLea, es would be renewed for a 25-cent 3 n Tables $
and heater, blinds furnished. Phone FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308 Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon fee until the next .birthday anniver- Fr laire Re r orator 95
9-i681. Itc-1-5 Long Ave. Garage with large Secretary: Thee Bishop sary month of the applicant. Your Choice
O,.i.ility room. Price $7,000.00. Photoe A. M,--Regular convocation o1 During the next birth month af- 5-Pc. Oak Dinette $14.95 Lg. Wringer Washer $39.95
FO-R RENT: Furnished apartment. 7 5926. tic-12-5 St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. ter this September, the applicant
FOR E o hue. on Long FOR SALE: 4 new VA houses on 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- would get a two-yaer license if D in Suite $19.95 Laundromat Washer $ 19.95
Avenue facing Elementary school. No down payment. Just closing David H. Jones, High Priest, born in an odd-numbered year and ing $1
Phone 7-5471, Mrs. Nora Duren. tfc costs for qualified veteran. PRID- Joel Lovett, Secretary a one-year license if born in n Needs repiar. A steal for a "fix-it your- Good condition. Guaranteed.
C E bEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, even-numbered year. self". Automatic Washer $39.95
nished house with carport on THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet- After the two-year transition per- 40" Metal Cabinet $19.95 Frigidaire. As IS.
shaded lot. Phone 7-2541. *tfc-2-2 WANTED TO BUY: Nice home in Lng second and fourth Tuesday led of establishing the system, all
Port St. Joe. Prepared to pay nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion licenses would be for two years- With top. Sold for $59.00. Needs paint- Zenith V Set 11995
FOR RENT: Small furnished house cash. Please address replies giving Home. thus spreading over two years the ing.
CallM s.roo W.t tLong 74Ave. all infromatiornofthoust and price IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S issuing of licenses which now is 6 95lWith base. Good condition.
C-St..oe. 4t. COURT, GULF COUNTY, concentrated in the month of Sep- 4 Wall Cabinet $ .95
FOR SALE: Two established pro- RUBBER STAMPS FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. member every year.Zenith Record Player $59.95
St. Joe. ExceIlent opportunity orP decals. Southern Decal Co., Box NOTICE OF FILING PETITION County judges would continue to 6 Oak Dining Chairs $2.95 Orig. price $139.95. Good condition
larger profits for local owner. Can 742 Springfield Station, Panama In Re: Estate of issue licenses and be authorized Scratched only.
definitely be operated in spare City, Phone PO 3-1647. RENA JORDAN, to deputize agents for issuing them RCA Television Set $79.95
,time. lRoss nable down payment PETITION FOR FINAL at places other than the judge's of- 4-Pc. Maple Dinette $19.95 Console. Plays good.
and terms. Write or phone Dalhls FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at DISCHARGE of ADMINISTRATOR
Winchester, 536 East Ga. St., Talla- 1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old. Notice is hereby given that Ifie k $9 id $59
bassee. 4t-2-2 LIving room drapes, arhage dia- have filed my final returns as Ad- The county judges disapproved ot 6 Sets Coo ware .
FOR SALE: Nice two bedroom include all BAlI 7-231L ministrator of the estate of Rena a suggestion by circuit judges tha. New. Cast iron. 7 Pieces. Sold for $119.95. With rotor and mast.
FoR S ice two bdoo m Jordan, deceased; that I have filed liability insurance be required of
port and utility room. Will sell or Buford GrIffin, Phone 7-7011 for final discharge and that on Febru- all a plicants for driver's pa mits. t -
srMr warre JT Yeaeor need saving money see us for an of Pufd, County Judge suggestion that they take applica-


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ou need n your home. STOP and of Gulf County, Florida, for appro- tons but the licenses be issued -
FOR SALE: House in Highland SWAP SHOP. va of said final returns and for anfrom Tallahassee For the First 00 Cutomer *
View. 2 bedroom, hot watre, bath. ordor of distribution and for final rom Tallahassee. For the First 100 Customers
Will sell for $1.885. Located on 7th SCRAP WANTED: We pay highest, discharge as Administrator of thc Forty-one of the 67 county judg- we have
St. See Malcolm Smith. He will market prices for your scrap ma- estate of Rena Jordan, deceased,. es attended the opening session of 5 at r
show you around. He lives in the 4 trial. If you are not getting top January 20, 1961. a three-day conference. 52 Easter Rabbits--- 97c
,block on right side of road on 7th priese for your scrap bring your /s/ DAMON PETERS 4t
St. H. L. Allen, 1610 Wilmount Ave. material to DUREX Scrap Mater- Administrator 1-26 35 L. Trash Cans
St. Andrew. ial, and pocket the extra. We buy S- end 'he Star To A Friend 3
cast iron, steel, tin, copper, brass, ------ 13 5 1| FI-hli hts 1.19 V *-
FOR SALE:, 1960 Volkswagen Sun- radiators, aluminum, lead, junk bat- Want Ad Get Re 13 5-cell Flashlights $1.19
roof sedan. Radio and heater. teries and old cars, etc. Most any- Want Ads Ge Res.itE Complete with batteries '
Perfect condition. A good buy. See thing In the metal line. Honest wts BOOST PORT ST. JOEl
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