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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 23, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keel
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchantal


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


TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1961
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PORT ST. JOL PLORIBA .


Lights Planned for Reid and Monument

Port St. Joe will get a "White Way" on Reid Avenue and
Monument Avenue. This was the result of a lengthy dA us-
sion Tuesday night by the City Commission. Florida PoW-
er Corporation will be asked to install the mercury-vapor
street lamps from First to Fifth Streets on these two avenues.


PLANNING SCOUT DRIVE: District Scouter Har- Drive in Gulf County. From eft to r g"t are: Yar-
vey Yarbrough (left) is shown explaining the 1961 brought, C. E. Boyer, Charles Wall, Otis Pyle, Mrs.
proposed Council budget to Port St. Joe adult Doris Whealton, Mrs. W. E. Whaley and Robert
Scouters who will head up the Boy Scout Fund Fox. (Star photo)



Adult Scouters Plan Fund



Drive To Begin March 10


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wfh$.LEY R. RAMISEY

There's nothing like good neigh-
bors. And over on Marvin Avenue
where the Ramsey tribe lives, you
will find the best of neighbors. A
host of neighbors that are willing
to .go to any lengths to pr.nve their
neighborliness.
We have proof of this.
Everyone on Marvin Avenue
(known by its ihabitants as "mort-
gage row") is in the same boat lit-
erally. The biggest bean eaters ;n
'Port 'St. Joe. Evidently this kin-
ship in financial circles makes
the folks on Marvin Avenue so
neighborly.
Two acts of kindness during the
last week -has touched nmy heart
and made me appreciate my neigh-
bors even more fully. They have
given our children two little gifts
that anyone would appreciate very
much-two rabbits-one white and
one black. Yes, we were deeply
touched.
The Ramsey kids avow that each
is a female rabbit and at any day
now will "lay" five little rabbits,
each. If true, even more reason to
appreciate our kind and thoughtful
neighbors. Meat to go with the
beans, you know.
The rabbits, like the dog and the
kids, gel the run of the house if
they are not watched.
*. *.

Of course, kids being what they
are, this rabbit situation couldn't
remain states quo for very long.
The other day they traded one
of the rabbits to Bill Hendrix,
(son of Dr. Joe) for a kaleide-
scope. Neither set of younguns
could stand to see the pair of rab-
bits parted, whereby a deal was
made to sell the remaining rab-
bit to Joe Hendrix, Jr.. for 25c.
Then, our children went out
and paid $1.00 for a rabbit of their
own.
The results are that we now
have a 75c rabbit and a kaleide-
scope-and two less friends in
the persons of Dr. Joe and Mar-
iann Hendrix.
** *:* *,
You can get thp boy out of Geor-
gia, but you can't get the Georgia
out of the boy.
Did you ever see Walter Dodson
eat gravy and bread?
The quanties of this basic food
is outweighed only by the way he
eats it. (And his quantities are
prodigious).
Walter doesn't eat gravy and
bread like any normal Florida boy.
As everybody knows, the correct
way to eat bread and gravy is to
,pour the gravy in a plate, take up
a piece of bread and SOP.
But, the Georgia comes out in
Walter. He takes two or three
'pieces of corn bread, cuts them in
two; ,ays them on his plate, pours
on 4the gfavy, and then it's Katy
bar the door,


Harvey Yarbrough, Scout Exec-
utive of Pensacola met with a group
of people interested in Scout work
here in Port St. Joe last Thursday
night to map out the forthcoming.
Boy Scout Fund drive in Gulf Coun-
ty and the Gulf Coast Council.
Yarbrough told the group that
there are now 8,116 Boy Scout ser-
ved in the Council office. This has
grown by some -inree timr since
the establishment of th-. Council of-
fices. Yarbrough,. told the group.
that the Council budget for the
coming year has been set -at '$80,-
000, or approximately $10.00 for

each scout in t.he CounciIl.
The Council spends its budget on
administration (six workers), ad-
ministration of camporees, jambo-
ree arrangements, maintenance of
a council camp 'and administering
and coordinating the efforts of the
Council scouts with Boy Scouts all
over the world.
Yarbrough told the group that
Gulf could be proud of having the
largest percentage, per capital of
Boy Scouts in the entire Council.
Local adult workers agreed on a
kick-off date of March 10 at 7:30
a.m. for th eGulf County Drive.
Otis Pyle is heading up the Boy
Scout Drive in Gulf County this
year. He is shooting for a one-day
drive and an unofficial goal of
$1,500.00. Workers in the Scout
Fund Drive are, Robert Fox, Wes-
ley R. Ramsey, John Simpson, R.
W. 'Henderson, C. E. Boyer, J. H.
Chason, Mrs. Doris Whealton, Tom-
,my Pridgeon, R. H. Ellzey, Mrs. C.
A. Fite, Mrs. W. E. Whaley, Frank
Hannon, Charles Wall and. Marion
Craig.


Garden Club Plans

Spring Fashion Show

The third Spring oFashion Show,
sponsored by ',the Port St. Joe Gar-
den Club, will be hled at the Cen-
tennial Building on March 9 at
7:30 p.m.
iMrs. Tom Moon, president of the
club, states that every effort is be-
ing 'made to make;this one of the
best shows yet,.An attractive set-
ting is being arranged and mer-
chants are securing merchandise in
the latest styles and colors. 'these
styles will' be modeled by young
ladies. of beauty and charm.
Mrs. Conrad Wiliams will be nar-
rator. .
Mrs. Fern Forehand, chairman of
prizes, has secured a large number
of beautiful Articles which will be
given as door prizes at the end of
the show. These prizes have been
donated ,by the merchants of Port
St. Joe. Among the articles to be
given away are a bed lamp, floor
lamp, coffee maker, electric iron,
bed spread, $10.00 'gift certificate
and many other attractive and use-
full articles.
There will be music all during the
viewing and refreshments will be
served.

| Freddie Wize Wins Prize
Freddie Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James-Wise won the door prize
given away Tuesday by the Citi-
zens Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation at their grand opening.
The daor prize was a portable
stereophonic record player.


'and Saturday from the ort St. Joe docks. The
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LOADING PERICLASE-5( Joe S!.-ed,:,rwiQ Com-
pany loaded '2,000 long tons of ,periclase aboard a
Lykes .Steamship Company ship here in Port St.
Joe for shipment. The cargo was loaded Friday
and Saturday from the Por.t St. Joe docks. The


Commissioner Frank Hannon
made the motion to install the 15
lights after some 30 minutes of dis-
cussion which ran the gamut from
deleting some of the present street
lights to save on operation costs to
placing more lights on these and
other streets.
The new lights, which will give
off three times the illumination of
the present lights will cost the City
of Port St. Joe $1.00 more iper light
rer month for operation.
A request was also granted from
Cecil Curry for installation of street
lights *on 18th Street in 'the vicinity
of .McClellan Avenue.
The subject came up again of
paving for the parking area in front
of the Elementary School between
Ninth and Tenth Streets. The com-
mission had asked George G. Tap-
per for a price on paving this strip.
Tapper had suggested oyster shells
be placed in the area at a cost of
about $25.100.
Since Long Avenue is a State 'Sec-
ondary Road, it was a-greed by the
Commission to approach the State
to do the work' before contracting
with Tapper to make any improve-
ments.
It was brought up at the tuesday
meeting that the grass mowing sea-
son is-approaching and that some
attention should be given to the
City mowing equipment.
Street superintendent P. VW. Pet-
ty reported that .although the City
tractor was nine years old it had
been recently overhauled and was
now in good condition. He did rec-
commend that a new mower be
purchased and recommended that a
side-mower be bought.
City Auditor -and Clerk R. W.
Henderson was instructed to ask
for bids on such equipment.
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Kiwanis Begins Work

On Minstrel Show

The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
begins tonight rehearsing for its
annual Minstrel Show at the Ele-
mentary :School auditorium.
The show will be presented, Fri-
day night, March 10 at 8:-00 ,p.m. in
the Elementary Auditorium.
Directors, of the show this year
are planning for a family entertain-
ment evening and will feature acts
never before presented in the Min-
strel. Plans are for having special-
ties of tap dancing, banjo playing,
ukelele musicals, accordion solos,
quartets, chorus singing, and many
other entertaining features.
Tickets are now on sale by mem-
bers of the Kiwanis Club for 99c
each.


I'" -,ri.. J: riai ut'.,.,ri :ru -,] ':' M Ii:h' ,g r, C, h. m ical
Company here in Port St. Joe. This is the second
large shipment made 'by the company in the past
three months. An entire trainload of the product
was shipped back in December. (Lynart photo)


Sharks to Enter

Class A Tourney

Port St. Joe's Sharks will com-
plete their 1960-61 basketball sea-
son next week end at Tate High
in Pensacola where they will en-
ter the Group I, Class A basket-
ball tournament.
The tournament t scheduled
for Wednesday through Saturday,
March 1, 2, 3 and 4.
The Sharks take to the court
on Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. Port
St.i Joe time against unseeded
Crestview. If they win this game
they will go against fourth seed-
ed Marianna Thursday night at
7:00 p.m.
Seeded in the tournament are:
Shalimar, 1; Jay, 2; DeFuniak
Springs, 3 and Marianna, 4.
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Chamber Plans to

Enlist Members

The Port St. Joe Chamber of
Commerce will have a "Membership
Drive Dinner" to 'be held at the
Centennial Building, Monda y,
March 6. Food will ,be served
promptly at 7:30 p.m.
Prospective members are advised
to come early so that membership
cards may be filled out.
The Board of Directors are work-
ing this year on the theme that
when you purchase a membership
in the Chamber, you are buying a
share in the future of Gulf.County
and Port St. Joe.
The Chamber of Commerce is
strivin this year to become a ve-
hicle through which the citizens of
the city and county can be brought
together for a united, effort for com-
munity ,progress. President Sid
Brown urge every person in Port
St. Joe to join and back the Cham-
ber in these efforts.
Individual membership cost this
year is only $5.00. Business estab-
lishment membership is $25.00. G.
F. Lawrence is chairman of the
Me mbership Committee.


DeMaestri Talks To

Kiwanis Club

Fred DeMaestri, vicapresident of
the Michigan Chemical Company
told the Kiwanis Club Tuesday of
the history and growth of their


TH WN VY NINU3AV Z imd-UoeEvans Uo. oL ,6- ams En- Vewining
basket 'by way of a free throw against DeFuniak Springs in the
NWFC Tournament in DeFuniak 'Springs last Thursday night. The
Sharks won the -game by the one point -margin. The Braves were
seeded in second place in the tournament. The Sharks were not
seeded. Other Sharks in the picture are Jimmy Wil'der (No. 51 fac-
ing camera) and Bo Williams, (no. 53, back to camera).
(Photo by R. H. Kerrigan)



KilbournTo Address



National Engineers


Max W. Kilbourn, president of Floirda Engineering.As-
sociates, Inc., of Port St. Joe, has been signally honored by
being asked to present a paper at the 59th Annual Conven-
tion of American Road Builders Association being held at
Atlantic City, N. J., March 5 through 8.
STpic of 'his paper will be "Local
Jackson Representative Sands Stabilized with Cationic
%&felli IN Emulsified Asphalt."


Will Speak Here
Robert Williams, Representative
of Jackson County wil' be the guest
speaker at the Methodist Men's
"Meeting Tuesday, February 28 at
7:30 p.m.
Mr. Williams has been a teacher
of the Gra'ceville Methodist Church
men s Bible class for 15 years, he
has been chairman of the official
board for 12 years, member confer-
ence board of education, member
Methodist commission on higher
education, past associate district






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Kilibourn has accepted the invi-
tation.
NEW TYPE PAVING
Reason for the invitation is that
Kilbourn has constructed several
roads in a Port St. Joe subdivision,
utilizing a new, although, he ad-
mits, not necessarily original tech-
nique. Consequence of the tech-
nique is a road that is cheaper to
construct, can be laid in any kind
of weather, using wet sand. Key to
the development is the production
of an asphalt mix which is charged
Electrically with a positive charge.
When combined with sand, wet or
dry, (which has a negative charge)
it bonds as well or better than the
'-.iiventional formula of dry sand
.aii. non-positively charged asphalt.
1.ig advantage of the process is
ri.it contractors don't need to wait
-'.*i dry weather to pave unit costs
i..rease when contractors have to
A ',t for right weather); wet sand
,: 'be used; therefore, construc-
,-.a costs are lower-sometimes up
l.o 50 per cent.
i ilhourn said that road builders


firm, which .has recently located n as far away as Oregon had
here in Port St. Joe. .| ome to the subdivision road to
The concern was founded before A ,.
World War II in Michigan with the Fup samples. He also said that
d W I the, bearing strength of the new-
prime purpose of mining salt brines ie n -
in Michigan and extracting bro- Y" P, e Roadv Department speciftica-
mines from the brine. ROBERT WILLIAMS
The company has evolved into Speaker tions and prevailing standards.
the pharmaceutical field manufac- lay leader, Lion's Club member Ma Using this process, he said, a
turning pharmaceutical intermedi- lay leader, Lion's Club member road of asphalt can be laid under
ates and sterilizers for farm lands. son, and a member of the Chain- extremely adverse conditions, due
More recently the company has erof CVisitors are invited to the meet-to cold and rain.
branched out into the periclase tors are invited to the eet-
field, which is manufactured here ing and should make their reserva-
in Port St. oe.tionsat the officeof the First Meth- High Schoo PTA
In pharmaceuticals, the company odist Church. All members of theHighS o P A
manufactures many of the bulk Men's Club are urged to attendTonight
items around which pharmaceutical "Schedued
chemicals are built. They manufac- Work On Road S-382
ture no finished drugs. Now Half Completed Mrs. Sue Spaulding, preisdent of
In agricultural fumigants, much --the Port St. Joe High School Par-
of the company's product goes to Work on the extension of State ent-Teacher Association announces
tobacco producers to sterilize fields Road S-382 (industrial road routed that an interesting program is on
before planting. near Michigan Chemical Co.) near tap for tonight The meeting will
Industrial fine chemicals is an- Port St. Joe is now 50 per cent com- be held at 8:00 p.m. in the High
other field of Michigan Chemical. plete, the State Road Department School Auditorium.
Their products are used in the announced this week. The program tonight will com-
manufacture of paper, textiles, rub- William T. Mayo of Tallahassee, memorate the past presidents of the
ber, and many other other products. Road Board member for District PTA by being designated as "Foun-
They branched, out into the rare Three, said the $232,507 project ex- der's Night". All past presidents of
earths field during the last war and tends from a point one-half mile the organization will be honored.
at present operate the largset rare north of PorL St. Joe and intersect, Another feature of the meeting
earth plant in the world. {with SR 71. tonight will be the induction of new
The company operates plants inj The 2.9 mile project includes members in the Senior National
Manastee, Michigan, which pro- clearing, grubbing, grading, stabiliz- Honor Society. Members are induct-
duces bromine; a plant in El Dora- ing and paving. ed into this group only after high
do, Arkansas which also produces George G. Tapper Company, Inc., grade standards are set.
bromine; St. Louis, Michigan, the of Port St. Joe started work on 'he All members of the PTA are urg-
(Continued On Page 8) project last August, ed and invited to attend.


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First Baptist Church Circle Meetings

WMU Society No. 1 of the First The meeting was closed wi
Baptist Church met Monday, Febru- prayer by Mrs. Daughtry. A socI
ary 20 in circles as follows: Circle hour was enjoyed by all.
No. 1 met with Mrs. Elizabeth 4 *
Montgomery with nine members Circle No. 2 met Monday wi
and one new member, Mrs. Aubrey Mrs. J. F. Daniell with five mei
Tomlinson, and one visitor Mrs. hers present. Circle chairman. Mr
Livingston, present. -H. F. Ayers, called the meeting
Mrs. Daughtry, circle chairman, order and Mrs. Cox, program cha
called the meeting to order and man, presented the program o
Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, program "Alcohol and Narcotics Educatio:
chairman, brought an interesting with the assistance of Mrs. C.
program on "Alcohol and Narcotics Costin and Mrs. Ayers.
Education". Mrs. DuBose led in !Mrs. H. G. Harvey led in prayer
prayer. I After a brief business session,
A Card of Thanks for a chair pre- social hour was enjoyed by tho
sented to the nursery at the Muni- 'present.
cipal Hospital was read. *


Q-We No. 3 met Monday with *A
M D. Davi with nine mem Final Wedding Plans Are Announced
bers and one .new member, Mrs.
tFh ances Baker present 'Miss Connie Chason, whose mar-
Mrs. Spears, chairman, called riage to Cary V. Godwin is to be Mrs. J. C. Laney
l meetingg to order and program an event of Saturday, February 25,
chairman, Mrs. Betty Sue Anchors has chosen her cousin, Miss Judy Hostess To WSCS
th brought an interesting program on Chason, of Marianna, as her maid
m- "Alcohol and Narcotics Education", of honor. Attending Miss Chason as
m topic for the month of February. bridesmaids, are Miss Diane God- Methodist WSCS Circle No.
A business session with reports win, sister of the groom of McDa- met Monday with Mrs. J. C. Laney
ir from all chairmen were given. vid, Florida and Miss Patricia Ann with 11 members present.
The meeting was closed with Redd of Port St. Joe. Mrs. Robert Kerrigan, chairman
o prayer by Mrs. Nichols. A social presided at the business meeting
F hour was enjoyed by the 10 present. Mr. Godwin has chosen .as his in which the WSCS Spiritual Re
F. 0 best man, Hulon Mitchell. Fred treat at St. Andrew State Park was
Circle No. 4 met Monday with Chason, brother of the bride, Thur- discussed.
r Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker with seven man Jacobs, Harry Tison and Har- Mrs. George Suber opened the
a members, one new member, Mrs. ry Lee Smith will serve as ushers. spiritual life program with a silen
se Mary Parker, and two visitors, Mrs. Little Miss Vicki Richards will prayer for the ill members of the
W. M. Chafin, president of WMU be flower girl. church. The program was take
Society No. 1 and Mrs. J. 0. Bag- The wedding will be solmenized from the Methodist Woman's pro
gett, present. in the First Baptist Church at Port gram book. Mrs. Fennon Talley op
Mrs. Chain opened the meeting 'St. Joe at 7:00 p.m. After the wed- ened the program with a ,poem and
with prayer. Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon ding ceremony the reception will scripture reading taken from Mat
had charge of the program on "As- be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. thew 6:1-9. The program was close
cohol and Nrcotics Education" as- Hubert Richards, 1302 Monument ed by the members repeating the
sited tby Mrs. Keels and Mrs. Is- Avenue. All friends and relatives Lord's Prayer.
win. Prayer was led by Mrs. Bag- of the couple are invited to the Delicious refreshments were ser
gett. wedding and reception. ved to Mrs. Robert Kerrigan, Mrs
Good reports and business was Ivey Williams, Mrs. R. Swatta, Mrs
discussed. Mrs. Stevens closed the H. Brinson, Mrs. H. Adams, Mrs
meeting with prayer. The hostess Square Dance Morgan Jones, Mrs. G. H. Suber
served refreshments to 'the 10 pres- S" nMre M ,ricJ. BJrinson. Mrs. Haruer


ent.

The Young Matron Circle met in
the home of Mrs. Virginia Arnold.
Mrs. Lou Taylor conducted the
.business session in the absence of
the president, Mrs. Ann Whittle.
Mrs. Taylor called the meeting 1to
order. All business was discussed.
Mrs. Allie Padgett was in charge of
the ,program entitled, "Alcohol and
-Narcotics Education", with Mrs,
Jadine Ellis and Mrs. Lou Taylor
taking part. The meeting was closed
with prayer by Mrs. Virginia Ar-
nold.
Those attending were Mrs. Wan-
dis Scott, Mrs. Jessie Ruth Ram-
sey, Mrs. Lou Taylor, Mrs. Allie
Padgett, Mrs. Jadine Ellis, Mrs.
Virginia Arnold and two new mem-


Club Meets


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1961

program-with a very insprixIig' talk 'ple, 'Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. John
on the Lord's Prayer. The group Carmichael, Mrs. Joe Hendrix,
then prayed the Lord's Prayer in Mrs. J. Lamar Miller and the host-
unison. ess, Mrs. Cecil Curry. One visitor,
Mrs. Boyer, was also present.
The meeting was dismissed with
'the WSCS benediction.
1 Members present were: Mrs. Jo Want Ads Gel Resilte
y Thompson, Mrs. Leo Shealy, Mrs.
Jackle Wright, Mrs. Don Rutland, BOOST PORT ST. JOEl


Mrs. Elsie Blount, Mrs. J. L. Tem-


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Mrs. H. Adams, Mrs. J. C. Laney.
The meeting was closed with the
WSCS benediction.


The local .Square Dance Club met -.
Friday night for an instruction Circle
class, and during this time an elec- Circle 4 Meets
tion for the name of the club was
held. The members had a hard de- With Mrs. Shirt
cision to make as there were many
clever and unusual names submit-
ted. It was, after two run-offs, fin- Circle No. 4 of the Woman's So-
'ally decided on "Po-Jo Twirlers". city of Christian Service met in
The next class will be Friday, regular session in the home of Mrs.
March 3 at the Centennial Building. J. L. Sharit on Monday, February
Names .are now being taken for 20 at 9:30 a.m with Mrs. Jimmy
the next class. McNeill as hostess.
Spectators are always invited. The meeting was opened with a


bers, Mrs. Ruth Montgomery and
Mrs. Vivian Bateman.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved to all.


prayer.
Plans for attending the district-
wide retreat scheduled for March
1 and 2 at St. Andrews Park were
discussed. The annual meeting of'
the WSCS will be held at Warring-
ton on March 21 through 23.
"The World Banks" are to be
'taught at the March meeting.
The Men's Supper will be at the
church on February 28. All 'the Me-
thoidat men and visitors are urged
to attend.
A luncheon will ,be held at the
church for the ladies this Thursday.
All ladies are urged to bring a cov-
ered dish supper and take part in
the study.
Four members were present.


Presbyterian

District Conference

Meets February 28


Gulf Sands


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Restaurant open 6:30 a.m. til 10:30 p.m.


SUNDAY MENU

APPETIZERS: Shrimp Remoulade

ENTREE: Broiled Pheasant with Wild Rice
Roast Beef with Brown Gravy
Smoked Cured Country Ham
Trout Marguery

VEGETABLES: Asparagus, Squash Souffle,
LaSeuer Petite Peas, Wild Rice
Sweet Potato Souffle

DESSERT: Homemade Caramel Cake
Lemon Meringue Pie
Choice of Beverage

PRICE $1.50
CHILD'S PORTION 85c

ALL OUR PASTRIES ARE HOME BAKED





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THURSDAY and FRIDAY

THE WIZARD of BAGDAD


District Four Conference of the U 7! s
Presbyterian Women of the Church 6
of Florida Presbyterial will meet 1'
Tuesday, February 28 at 10:00 a.m.
EST at the Woodland Presbyterian f
Church south of Quincy. Mrs. Paul
Stuotamire is the president of the
hostess church. HENRY FONDA
The speakers of the morning will
be Mrs. Ben Knox of Atlanta, Ga., ; g
and Mrs. M. A. DuRant, Prsebyter- In- .
fal President of Marianna. Mrs. l,,
Knox is Associate in the Editorial JAMES WILLIAM JACK Rod
Department of the Board of Wom- CAGNEY POWELL LEMMON
en's Work, Atlanta. She has been..
with the Board for 22 years. She
will speak on "A Look At Human SUNDAY, MONDAY and
Relations" and "We Live and
Learn". Mrs. DuRant will speak on | AB E A
"Facts and Fuses". CLARK GABLE'S LMA
Women are expected to attend
from the following churches in Dis-
trict 4: Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka,
Blountstown, Bristol, Chattahoo-
chee, Quincy, Gretna and Havana.
Mrs. Inez Eubanks of Havana is
the District Chairman.
Lunch will be served at 1:00 p.m.
s C cilARK | MARILYN
WSCS Meets With ble MOnIr

Mrs. Cecil Curry _

The Woman's Society of Chris-. il
tian .Service met with Mrs. Cecil
Curry February 20 at 9:30 a.m.
Refreshments were served to 11
members and one visitor. TLl RUthi
Mrs. J. Lamar Miller presided in, *-S INlN i Holma
the absence of the chairman. Mrs.
Miller opened the meeting with
prayer. NO ONE ADMITTED UNDER 16
A short business session was UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY
held with reports from: secretary,
social service chairman and treas-
urer. Mrs. Ed Ramsey made sever- WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
al announcements including the
District Retreat of the WSCS.
.Mrs. Jo Thompson, program StilTd
chairman, called on Mrs. John Car- h AT
michael for the devotional, taken %
from Romans 12:1-18 and read ver- u .. Of
ses from two poems, "A Good ...frlmblr, L
Christian" and "Jesus Christ and .w 'S ho s"
We". desire! PRE
Mrs. Jackie Wright read scrip- 9
ture from John on prayer.


SMrs. Thompsoa completed the


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Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. 4
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ___ 7:80 p.m.
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ha Campell, Dlsttct Enginee, Tells

I Rotary of Work Done In This Area

Ira Campbell, Area Engineer with surprised to.know that Port St. Joe
the Army Corps of Engineers with has the fourth deepest channel on


*offices in Mobile, Ala., gave the
program to the Port St. Joe Rotary
Club Thursday along with W. H.
Smith, Resident Engineer of Tyn-
dall Air Force Base. Campbell is
stationed by the Corps of Engin-
eers in Panama City and serves
the Florida coast from St. Marks
to Pensacol'a.
Campbell gave a very interesting
program, telling of expenditures on
waterways and harbors in this area.
Smith told of the work that the
Corps of Engineers has done at
Tyndall Air Force Base during the
.past three years.
Campbell began his remarks by
referring to the Intra-Coastal Wa-
terway-or that portion of the Wa-
terway that lies in his district-and
stated that this portion of the In-
tracoastal Canal originally cost six
million for construction. There has
been $4 million spent on this sec-
tion of the canal for maintenance
.since its construction.
The Canal terminates at St.
Marks where a Gulf of Mexico port
facilitates the shipment and receiv-
ing of a great tonnage of petroleum
products and asphalt. Campbell said
the port of St. Marks handles a
good deal of freaigh tonnage.
A port was built in Carraibelle be-
fore the war predicated on a lum-
ber operation based on logs coming


the Gulf of Mexico. Only .Houston,
Texas, Mobile, Alabama and New
Orleans, La., have deeper ports.
Campbell said Port St. Joe got its
first port dredging in 1912 when a
24 foot deep channel was provided
at a cost of $40,000. Campbell said
this is the only ,project he has been
affiliated where local interests put
up some of-the construction money
and didn't get ittback. The Apala-
chicola Northerli Railroad and the
St. Joseph Land and Development
each paid $1,0,000 toward the cost
of the dredging. The Federal Gov-
ernment paid the other $20,00.
In 1936 the "St. Joe Paper Com-
pany put up the money to have the
channel deepened to 34 feet.
Within the next three months,
work will be completed giving Port
St. Joe a 37 fopt channel.
Campbell said that th ecost of
maintenance of the Port St. Joe
channel runs about $31,000 a year.
Last year the port handled one and
a half million tons of products in-
cluding one million gallons of pe-
troleum products. It was noted by
Camprbell, that the Port of Panama
City handled 400,000 tons less than
Port St. Joe.
APALACHICOLA WATERWAY
Campbell told the 'Club that the
!Corps of Engineers is maintaining
-a nine foot navigable channel up


out of Mexico. Just as the harbor the Apalachicola River to Jim
was completed, Mexico took over Woodruff Dam. The channel was
all U. S. holdings in that country. constructed at a cost of $1,257,000
As a consequence the veneer opera- and had -an annual maintenance
tion didn't get underway and the cost of $200,00.00. But the channel
harbor wasn't used until the war 'carries -an enormous amount of ton-
when Camp Gordon Johnston made nage the speaker reported. Already
!limited use of this port. Very little the tonnage has gone over the esti-
is spent on maintenance of this mate.
port. TYNDALL WORK


In Apalachicola, the Corps of En-
gineers spends most of its energy
and money maintaining ,St. George
Pass. Campbell said the project re-
quires a great deal of maintenance.
The costIper -earning ratio makes
it hard to 'secure the necessary
'money for maintenance.
Coming to Por tSt. Joe, Campbell
said that most Rotarians would ,be


W. H. Smith reported that dur-
ing the past three years 8.8 million
dollars has been spent at Tyndall
Air Force Base by the Corps of
Engineers for new cohstrudtion.-
He' pointed out that this did not
include an approximate equal am-
ount spent by the Air Force for
maintenance. He reported that the
Corps' work is just about complep-


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ed for the time being at Tyndall Guests of the club Thursday were
with construction of a large hangar W. E. Walker, Cape Girardeau, Mbo.,
now underway, to be the last con- Jack Cook and Rodman Porter of
Utruction .project for awhile. Apalachicola, John B. Hutt of Pan-
Smith said that about 65% of this ama City, Paul Groom of Wewahit-
chka and Walter Dodson of Port St.
money in the last three years was
t 1,i/ this area thro ige'h local


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p 0 P ge lea's lowest-priced luxury tr. series in the low-price field. the low-price field.


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you drive 30,000 miles between lubrications to self-adjusting brakes. Routine


maintenance expense on spark plugs, mufflers, oil changes, and the car's
finish is greatly reduced. So don't just sit there. Start saving. See your
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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.
SPRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:80 pr.
"'Come and Worship God With Us"


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Dacron, wool, acetate.blends_, Ex-,
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Minutes Od t uon, Mf. tdkeou suintd t4"t THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1961
County Commission the members of this District from
Gulf and Calhoun Countie were
FLORIDA present, namely: Harry SaundersJBoard--epresse -t1-eF desire to be
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA William-Linton-and-Jt. El'Pridgeon, of help on this project but that the
February 14,. 1961 all o Lulf County and G. U. Par- funds were limited and wanted to
--- The Board of County Commis- ker and C. L. Anders of Calhoun know if the State Road Department
ionera of Gulf County, Florida, County. The work on the dam was would be in a position to pay the
met this day in regular session with done by a firm in Mobile and since County one half of the cost and
the following -members present: E. that time the District has termin- charge to the project, to which Mr.
C. Harden, Sr., Ohairman, A. J. ated with this firm and turned it Dean replied that he could not
Sthricfand ngnder RLoaKd K e inte over to the State Road Deparment. make any commitment for the State
sheriff, Engineer, Road Superinten- They have worked upon the plans Road Department. Mr. Saunders
dent and Mosquito Control Supervi- and specifications to put it back stated that as far as the commis-
..or were also present. Into operation. Mr. Linton stated sion was concerned thye would
,The meeting came to order at that present at the meeting also '.have to get this from the I. I. Board
:00Minutes of January 3 6, 19 and was Karl Marshall, Project Engin- who had given good evidence on
24, 1961 were read, approved and eer of Port St. Joe and W. Dean, financing this project, and he be-
adopted. Bridge Engineer for the State Road lived that the commission could
Department. Mr. Dean stated that get this authority. He stated that as
H. 0. Pridgeon appeared before if the County Commissioners could far as the District is concerned,
the Board on behalf of the Dead use their trucks to haul the fill dirt they would appreciate any help that
Lakes Water Management District in and dump it from truck into the the County Commissioners cuold
:o fill in the members, on what had water ,that he felt that it could be give them. Mr. Parker stated .that
transpired up to date on the Road, done much cheaper han if it was there would be a lot of taxable pro-
Bridge and Dam. After lengthy dis- contracted. The members of the perty in this County and if the
-- --- Board could help he believes that it
would be easier to get the money
to finish the project. The Board
THE CHURCH OF G D instructed the Clerk to write a let-
THE CHURCH OF GOD ter requesting any assistance on
of Highland View this project from the maintenance
.,. fund. *Mr. Saunders also stated that
WELCOMES YOU it the Board would agree that they
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. would do the work 'before the meet-
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM. ing of the I. I. Board next Tuesday,
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M. that they could work out the details
on how the District would work the
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M. payments, etc. would wor
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)
Mr. Buse with Buford Tractor
Company came before the Board
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor with a contract to be signed. After
consulting with the acting attorney,
t1 ohr iwn Mi n tmet


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


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

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the members signed tie contracT.A
A letter from the Secondary
Road Budget was read. No action
necessary.
Mr. Harrison's previous request
for help from indigent fund declin-
ed by Board.
A letter from Mrs. Garland Dun-
lap with reference to buying lots
18-20 was read. Clerk was instruct-
ed to write letter to the effect that
it has been tabled for considera-
tion and would notify her later. If
these lots are sold, it will have to
be advertised and bids made on
the purchase of the lots.
The Board agreed to pay Mrs. W.
L. Durden $15.00 per month.
Letter from City Clerk of Port
St. Joe on payment to the City on
Sthe Road and Bridge Fund money
that-i due the City for tax collec-
tions. The Board agreed that they
should pay for the state mainten-
ance 'but the park should be exempt.
Lloyd Whitfield requested to meet
with Mr. Petty in order to work
out something on this. Mrs. Gaskin,
Deputy Clerk, was instructed to
write Mr. Henderson a letter stat-
ing that Mr. Core was out due to
illness and that this matter would
be taken up at a later date.
A letter and sample of magazine
from Florida County Official was
presented and Board voted unan.-
mously to par:icipate.-
/ A. J. Strickland stated that Ber-
nie Glass's mother's pension check
be held until such time as it can be
determined whether or not the
grandmother, is taking care of the
children.
I ,Max Kilbourn presented a plat of
,a section of land near Honeyville
and stated that .the parties for
whom the plat was made had asked
that he present it to the Board for
examination and filed for record.
Mr. Stone,, acting attorney, asked
the Board not to file this map for
record at. this time. due to differ-
ence of opinions of his client and
others. Mr. Strickland made motion
to table this matter, unanimously
carried.
A letter from John Drew with the
Cape San Blas. Country Club stating
that they would like for the County
to build a road into the Club and
that the Club would give them an
easement or deed to this right of
way. Attorney advised the Board
Ito have this in the form of a con-
tract or agreement in order that
the county could go in and take
over the road should the easement
or deed was never 'boained.
Motion 'by A. J. Strickland and
carried that the next regular meet-
ing to be held on Tuesday, March
14, 1961, be held on Wednesday,
March 15, 1961, for the purpose of
members attending the State As-
sociation to be held in Tallahassee
March 12 through 14.
Mr. Kennedy asked that Mrs.
Druscilla Keel and Mrs. M. H. Con-
ger, who 'are presently receiving
$10.00 each from indigent fund, be
raised to $15.00. Board voted una-
nimously on this.
,Reference was made by Mr. Ken-
nedy on two streets in Highland
View which needed work. Mr. Ken-
nedy was requested to make a note
of this to be brought before the
Board at the next regular meeting.
There being no further business
to come before the meeting, it did
then adjourn.
Bills for the month of January
were audited and ordered paid.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman


Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Ooruer Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Sery. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday ___ 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting


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THE STAR

Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
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Early America Qualified For, But
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The '61 Chevy loves to go because it goes so well
Purrs along pavements like a happy tabby. Takes
rough roads in stride and all roads in style.
Just why does a Jet-smooth Chevy treat riders
as royally as the high-priced luxury cars? It all
came about though a delightful blend of Full Coil
suspension, precision-balanced wheels, unique
chassis cushioning, and a superb Body by Fisher
insulated to hush away road sounds. All this adds


belive that tsol og ae Axaa ean kwep this ftradU i Chey
will keep their other freedoms.
Why didn't America need foreign aid? Because they
had aid from a better source that was maintaining the only
place on earth where freedom of worship was allowed at that
time.
It would seem then, that during this period of the
Church Attendance Crusade that Americans would exercise
this freedom take advantage of our one unique freedom i
and attend the church of your choice not only on Sunday, P
but every time the doors are open for worship. D

IT SEEMS FUNNY TO US that the parents of this world P
will make themselves old prematurely working to rear their w
children in the best of style, and now we must think of re- a
sorting to additional Social Security taxes to pay for their a
medical care in their old age. The height of ingratitude! jn



"White Way" Lighting Would Add C

To Our Already Beautiful City


Did Not Get Foreign Aid A "white way" on the highways and business section of
our City sits right well with us. Even though many cities
We get a little pamphlet in the mail entitled "Life Lines" in this area have this improved lighting to such an extent
which is promoting the American heritage. Certainly the that it is a more or less common sight, it still gives us a tinge
American heritage needs promoting-the true American heri- of regret at not having this same facility in Port St. Joe each
tage, that is. time we enter other towns having a "white way".
Last week this little pamphlet had a statement in it that It is just light, but it does something for a community.
started us to thinking. The statement said, in essence, how Probably the result is the same psychological lift that a wo-
did America become great without foreign aid from its weal- man gets when her face is made up. She is still the same
thy neighbors in the world at that time. The U. S. in those woman-but the decoration makes a pleasing sight even
days aborning could well qualify for foreign aid under any more pleasing-and she knows it.
yardstick. How then, did America make it when nations to- Harry H. Saunders remarked some weeks ago that Port
day will go down in the dust without the foreign aid-they St. Joe had a pleasing appearance. "Port St. Joe", he said, "Is
tell us. a city of beautiful homes". He made this statement after
It was not through the type of people that settled our having seen many cities in Florida and other states. Our
shores that made our country great even though City is a "good looking woman". She is pleasing to the eye.
there were many great people. History books tell us that the Why not add that touch of make-up to make her look just
majority of the early settlers were people released from as good at night as it does in the day time?
prison, undesirables, loafers and in general, people who were While all this "prettying up" will look good to the travel-
draining the social funds of the country from which they er -and the newcomer to our city, we predict that such a move
came. would be invaluable in making the oldest of citizens nroud of


But in America of those days, it was either work and
make something for yourself or die.
America cannot boast a "fast start" in the business of
governing itself. The first government of the new nation
was shaky to say the least. Early feeling was even for hav-
ing a king like Mother England. The freedom of the new
world was hard won by the standards of the citizens of the
day, but history again tells us that the winning of our inde-
pendence was a fluke. Great Britain could have defeated
the uprising, but for the circumstances that they found them-
selves in at other places and because of the bad judgment of
several men.
What then, can America attribute its rise as the greatest
nation on earth looking from any point, financial, industrial,
social, etc.?
We believe that America's greatness lies at the feet of
the small band of people.who settled in the New World intent
on making this a place where freedom of worship could be
observed. They were so intent on their desires that they
caused this freedom to be written into the constitution. We


the look of our City.


THE REASON WHY some people acquire so much mon-
ey is that the man who knows how to make money attends
to his own business.


Budget Director Looks for Posperity

TALLAHASSEE (FNS) State cycle.
Budge. Dircetor Harry Smith says R. A. Riedel, new Hotel Commis-
prosperity in Florida is just around sioner, recently announced that
the corner. Florida's tourist business as it ap-
In a special report to the gover- plies to hotels and motels has been
nor and cabinet, Smith said all off approximately 10 per cent so far
sign's point to 1961 as a "year of this year.
recovery" and to 1962 as a "year Ray E. Green, State Comptroller,
of prosperity.'! .. -
of prasperlt had -also announced a slight reduc-
Smith said he 'based his setimate had also announced a light reduc-
of Floraida's immede"futurte on tion in sales tax collections, a true
past history and on his personal barometer of business conditions
knowledge of the state's business in the state from month to month.


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LETTERS TO -

THE EDITOR

Port St. Joe, Florida
110 Hunter Circle,
February 20, 1961
Wesley Ramsey,
Editor, The Star,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
Dear' Mr. Ramsey:
I am writing this letter to let the
people of Port St. Joe know that
we have a despicable person in our
aidst -who shoots innocent dumb
animals. In my opinion this person
lust, be mentally deranged to in-
ure a defenseless animal.
We have a Samayede dog (a big
white sled dog) who for the seven
ears of his life has always been
considered, by all who have come
n contact with him, a very fine
ample of a dog. He minds his
wn business, 'behaves very well,
nd very seldom leaves his own
ard. I have never had a complaint
om anyone in the five cities in
which we have lived that he has bo-
hered anyone. This innocent ani-
al was maliciously shot last Fri-
ay night or Saturday morning.
This animal is very valuable to
s in both sentimental value and
monetary value. I feel that the very


I The Tattler

< "Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little tun" N
R. GLENN,BOYLES Editor

Associate Editors > YOU-ALL '
Published by

3 BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL. 7-4261'
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. .JOE, FLA.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner BOYLES
E' 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
UTJY N. MIDDLETON .-------...-...--. Men's and Boyd' Wear and Shee"
GERALD THOMAS Maintenance and Stock Man


BOYLES WHOPPING FORTY-NINE

CENT DAYS SALE CONTINUES
HERE'S THE PROOF: Eager Happy Customers... Record
February Sales!
Through Saturday, Feb. 25-Added Feature Attractions!
Every Sales Ticket from Boyles Valuable You may
Receive from $1.00 to $25.00 Cash Merchandise Certifciate.
Winning Numbers announced over Radio Joe at 8 and 9 a.m.
daily Listen Check Your Numbers!


least a person could do, if he were Dear Friends:
annoying them, is to call me and How about starting the day with
tell me: -I would not hesitate a mo- a good laugh? Salesman Guy Mid-
ment in getting him home and see- dleton: "Sir, I have something
ing that he no longer bothered the here that will .make you popular,
person, make your life happier, and bring
According to State law number you many days of satisfaction".
82807 a person who kills, maims or Customer: "I'll take *a quart."
injures an animal belonging to an- "Another :Satellite Launched"
other is subject to fine and impris- "Crucial Mercury Shot", "Space
onment. Chamber Due Killer Test" "U. S.
Building Craft To Probe Into Mys-
Sincerely, series of '5 Planets" "Rocket Thrust
Sally Harry White White) Value Is Discounted" "6 Airlines
(Mrs. array J. White) Crippled by Engineers Strike" .
These are headline quotes from last
Path To Church Sundlay's dailyy ,paper (Times-Un-
ion). Maybe good reading for scien-
Most. -Important ists and space travelers but it's a
Most Inportant fur .piece over this farmer boy-
merchant's head. Frankly, this hum-
Thf greatest path in the world ble reader is getting fed .p on the'
is from your door to the door of stuff and prefers ,the weekly Star
your church. If -all of us faithfully by a country mile (as.far as it goes)
used this path and were guided by (Thanks, Mr. Boyles and it'll
its influence, the world would be go as far as the advertisers send
safe, crime subside, business pros- it-ed.) Why? well, it tells me
per and all hearts have .peace. For something about my friends, my
this path was made 4by the 'Son of city and county digestible, un-
Man for the son of men, that walk- drestandable, interesting, and most- 1
ing humbly into His holy presence ly wholesome. It gives current shop-
In the church they might after- ping news of Boyles and-' other i
wards walk together as brethren in friendly homelike, local stores.
the world. If all members of the However, the Jet Age will bring .
church were habitual church goers startling changes, no doubt. In a
what a difference it would make not too distant future we'll prob-
in our influence for righteousness. ably be reading something like this s
We believe that those who are (in The Star) "Mr. and Mrs. '. -e
failing to attend the church servic- (let's say) Fred MVIaddox spent
es as regularly as possible are neg- a delightful arid quiet week end on s
electing their spiritual lives an dare the moon. They returned Sunday f
stunting the growth of their souls, late (by Rocket Centennial City) i
If you are staying away from the invi'goratde and rejuvenated by the B
church because you do not like change 1. atmosphere pressure".
someone in the church you had We ran into Fred in the post office
'best take a spiritual inventory of one day recently. He had a look of u
yourself to see what is lacking, dead earnest and serious concern p
Are you making proper use of as he characteristically leaned on f
the greatest path in the world? my shoulder "Glenn", he said, (
"We are now discovering that "I'm coming in your joint (Boyles r
those who have nothing to do in D. S.) and buy every D-- pair of a
the church soon have nothing to those shoes that you holler and r
do with the church." In order to scream about daily at 8 and 9 a.m. s
make the church grow, glow and go over WJOE just to get you off b
each one must do his or her part the air". "Fred", I replied, "That's e
and give his or her share.


Won't you use "The Greatest
'Path" and be in your Church Sun-
day?


Local Insurance

Men Quality for

Company Honors

Two local representatives of Gulf
Life Insurance Company, Supt. C.
B. Greif, Jr., and 0. M. Taylor,
have qualified for ,heir company's
Presidnet's Club with a leading
sales and service record in 1960.
President's Club -members and
their wives will ibe guests at Gulf
Life's 50th anniversary celebration
to be held in Miami Beach, June 1
through 4.
The local men will attend ses-
sions in advanced underwriting
techniques during the Miami Beach
meeting, it was announced by C.
B. Mann, ann, manager of Gulf Life's
-branch officein Panama City.

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the best news we've heard lately-
bless your heart for listening".
Now, here's an interesting con-
trast: A pleasant, alert and thought-
ful customer had the following com-
ments to make to Gladys Gill (one
of Boyles' Ladies Wear Broadcast-
ers) "Your voice sounds like a Hol-
lywood movie star's". Thanks,
ma'am, you're very nice.
In these days of space explora-
tion, world tension, anxiety and un-
certainty it is good to review the
Bight Requisites for Contented Liv-
ing as suggested !by Goethe in the
following lines: "Health enough to
make work a pleasure Wealth
,enough to support your needs .
Strength to battle with difficulties
and overcome them Grace
enough to confess your sins and
forsake them Patience enough
to toil until some good is accom-
plished Charity enough to see
some *good in your neighbor .
Faith enough to make real the thing
of God Hope enough to remove
all anxious fear concerning the fu-
ture. It's interesting to grade your-
self on each requisite and compare
it w-ith the grade your .wife would
give you!
When we started this Tattle, we
had no plans or idea of what to say.
Now, we fear you're bored and
we're having difficulty finding a
stopping place. It's a fact, howev-
er Boyles Whopping 49c Days
Sale is a Big Victory for common
sense cash economy! You, our
friends and customers have proven
t! Won't you tell your friends?
Bless your hearts and S'long!
-RGB
Age-O-Gram (In a previous col-
imn our parents age had been re-
)orted as 92 and 85 First note
rom my dad in about 25 years
Mom handles the correspondence)
eads: "Glenn, stop telling that I
am 92, I am only 91 years old and
mama is 84. Don't you think that
sounds a lot better?" Yes, quite a
bit better, dad, please forgive thit
error.


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We loan to good credit risks without collateral.
Bank rates are lower than other lending in-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

NEWS FROM

Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER
Mrs. W. B. Holland and son, Gro-
ver Lee visited Saturday in Brun-
didge, Ala., with Mrs. Holland's bro-


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TH 4MDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1961

their, J. E. Bray. and .amily..
Mr. 'and Mrs. Dwight Minger and
sons spent the week end In Wes.-
ville with relatives. Mrs. Minger's
brother accompanied- them .home
for a visit.
Mrs. Willie Enfinger returned
home during the week end after a
week's visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Willard Cooper in Fort Walton.
Friends of Mrs. Grover Floyd will
regret to learn she is a patient at
tble Municipal Hospital. We hope
she will be feeling much better
soon.
Mrs. Essie V. Knight and son,
Ralph, visited during the week end
in Perry with Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Knight and family.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell and
daughter Patricia visited Mrs. Mae
Creamer .Saturday.
Mrs. Ruth Williams and daugh-
ters visited Sunday in White City
with 'Mrs. William's daughter, Mrs.
Mary Newsome and family.
Mrs. Minnie Lee Lovett and son
visited Sunday with- Mrs. L. H.


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Friends of Rev. Gordon Adams
will .be Interesting to know he is
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Hospital for several days and is
improving fast.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Donald Wayne Cannington, son
of Mr. and 'Mrs. Howard Canning-
ton was honored Monday, February
20 on his .fifth birthday with a
party at his home. Games were
,played and refreshments were ser-
ved the group. The guest list includ-
ed: Glenda Floyd, Linda Pitts, Ken-
nest, Steve and John Wood, Cathy
Simpson,. Mike Parrish, Johnny
and Buddy Wood, Cathy and San-
dy Jones, Ken and Kay Daniels,
Ricky, Glenda and Sherryl Mulli-
nax, Marilyn Tuiberville, Sandy Mi-
zell, Donna .Smith, Alisa Stokes and
Darrel Patton. The honoree receiv-
ed many lovely .gifts. The guests
wished Donald many more happy
,birthdays.
SHOWER
Mrs. Gloria McMullon, a recent
bride, was honored Saturday, Feb-
ruary 18 at 7:30 with a bridal show-
er at the 'home of Mrs. Joyce Gain-
ous a* 133 Third Street.
Games were ,played and prizes
awarded .the winners, Mrs. Jake
Brake, Mrs. Carolyn Woods and
Mrs. Melba Peak. Refreshments of
potato salad, ritz crackers, cookies
and punch were served the guests
present. Mrs. Gainous was assisted
in serving the guests by Mrs. B. F.
Cannington and Mrs. Jake Brake.
Those attending were: Mrs. Ethel
English, Mrs. Melba Peak, Mrs.
Carolyn Wood, ,Mrs. Bonnie Adkins,
Mrs. Gerald Gainous, Mrs. Robert
Goodson, Mrs. John McMullon, Mrs.
Patty Simpson, Mrs. Mae Creamer,
Mrs. Christine Miller, Mrs. Freddie.
Branch, Mrs. Sharon Shearer, Miss
Louise Richter, 'Mrs. B. F. Canning-
ton and Mrs. Jake Brake. Those un-
able to attend but sending gifts
were: Mrs. 'Ida Bell Capps, Mrs. Ey-
vone Rogers, Mrs. Silas Player and
Janice, Mrs. A. B. Pratt, Mrs. Carl
Woods, Mrs. Whit Pickron, Mrs.
Ferne Forehand, Mrs. Lillian Can-
nington, Mrs. Avie Lee Smith, Mrs.
Ester Pettis, Mrs. Hazel -Simmons,
'Mrs. Brooks Kennington, Mrs.
Kathrine Brown and Bobby, Mrs.
W. C. Forehand, Mrs. J. A. Chest-
nut, Mrs. Habel Harrell, Mrs. Ves-
ter. Shearer, Mrs..-Bessie Goff. The
honoree received many lovely gifts.


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Sharks Lose In Tournament Semi-Finals


SHARKS SCALP BRAVES
Coach Marion Craig's unseeded
Sharks took ,the measure of host
Walton's second-seeded Bra ves,
29-28 in the NWFC tournament op-
ener last Thursday night in De-
Funiak Springs.
Joe Evans' one-handed set shot
in the final second gave the Sharks
an 11-10 lead after a nip-and-tuck
first quarter in which the score was
tied three times.
At intermission, the Braves had
climbed to a two point lead, 20-18.
The control-minded Sharks dis-
iplayed their nerve-tingling tactics
in the second half and with a weav-
ing offense Jimmy Wilder register-
ed a basket -on a driving layup to
deadlock the score at 20-30 early
in the third period.
Joe Evans snatched the lead for
the Sharks a minute and a half la-
ter which they never relinquished.
Walton could manage only one
point in the third quarter-a free
throw. Wilder sank two field goals
to give the Sharks a 25-21 edge.
The Braves fought back desper-
ately in the fourth period and man-
aged to climb to within one point
of the ,Sharks.
With three minutes remaining,
Munn dribbled the length of the
court on a fast break and put the
Sharks out front 27-24.
With two and a half minutes re-
maining, Walton pulled the score
up to 27-25 with a free throw.
With -only 19 sceonds remaining






% *


Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Carthell
Lemieux of 1010 McClellan Avenue
announce the birth of a .daughter,
Sheila Marvette on February 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morris Par-
nell of 227 2nd St., Highland View,
announce the birth of a .son, Char-
les Douglas on February 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lee Bryant of
1805 Garrison Avenue announce the
birth of a son, Stanley Lee on Feb-
ruary 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Anthony Hol-
land of 609 Monument Avenue an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Teresa Ann on February 14.
iMr. and Mrs. Donald Gene
Rhames of 424 2nd St., Highland
View announce the 'birth of a son,
Donald Wayne on February 14.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


Elementary Lunch

Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, February 27
Beef and brown gravy, rice, snap,
beans, celery sticks, apricot pie,
white bread 'and milk.
Tuesday, February 28
Spaghetti 'and meat sauce, but-
tered corn, cabbage slaw, orange
cake, wheat bread and milk.
Wednesday, March 1
Chicken and rice, turnip greens,
carrot sticks, coconut cookies, corn
bread 'and milk.
Thursday, March 2
Beef soup with, vegetables, sal-
,tine crackers, doughnut and milk.
Friday, March 3
Tuna macaroni salad, English
peas, peach crisp, buttered white
'bread -and milk.


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Work Shoes $4.95 up
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in the game, McMillon of Walton grabbed the rebound and was foul-
made good one of two charity tosses ed. Bridges sank two free shots .to
to bring the Braves again within ice the game for Quincy.
one point, 27-26. Munn and Joe Evans led the
Evans then went to the foul line Sharks scoring with 18 and 16 re-
for the Sharks with ,but nine sec. ,spectively. Wilder had nine points.
onds left after being fouled by a Score by quarters:
desperate Brave player in an effort Port St. Joe ......--- 10 7 18 9 2-46
to gain possession of the ball. Quincy --------- 7 15 14 8 5-49
Evans calmly sank both shots to -K
*11 'Ui k.-V w LA r 'I l WIl


i ie the game Tor thie '511arsis. Wav-
,tons' Braves brought the 'ball hur-
riedly down the court and scored
a jump shot as the game ended.
The Sharks, who shot only when
they were open, made good 12 of
18 field goal attempts for an un-
canny 66.6 percentage for the game.
Evans copped game scoring hon-
ors with 11 points. Wilder and Munn
were the only other Sharks to hit
the scoring column. Each collected
nine.
Sharks fg ft tplRay 0 0 0/
Munn 4 1 9/ Walton fg ft tp
Evans 4 3 111 Wilkerson 4 1 9
Wilder 4 1 9) Andrews 0 4 4
Gardner 0 0 0) Tharpe 1 2 4
Williams 0 0 0 | McMillan 2 5 9
Lindsey 1 0'.


Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe ....-...---11 7 7
DeFuniak Swprings 10 10 1


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LOSE TO QUINCY
Quincy's Tigers continued to mas-
ter the St. Joe Sharks as they won
out in overtime Friday night to
eliminate the Port .St. Joe cagers
from the Northwest Florida Confer-
ence Tournament.
This was another game of sus-
pense as Bob. Munn dribbled the
length of the court, dropped in a
lay-up and added a free throw to
tie the score at 44-44, in the last
ten seconds of'the final quarter.
Quincy's John 'Andrew Smith had
just sank a pair of free throws to
give the Tigers a 44-41 lead with
only 15 seconds rmeaining.
Quincy's 'Mack Dunn hit a charity
toss and ,Shelly Bridges followed it
up with a jumper, to put .the Tigers
in front, .47-44, in the first half of.
the -overtime period.
Jimmy Wilder then tossed in a
jump 'shot to ,brig the Sharks u.p
to one point of the Tigers, 47-46.
With 35 seconds lefl., the Sharks
controlled the ball waiting for the
last shot.
A pair of Shark attempts in the
final 10 sceonds failed and Bridges


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and goodies can be made a part of your daily food plan for health.
Candied Cherry Bread tastes just as good as it looks, even
plain: If you prefer, you may spread it with butter or marga-
rine or with softened cream cheese. In any case, you're sure
of a. generous: contribution of needed nutrients calcium,
niacin, riboflavin, thiamine and food iron.
You'll like this easy-to-make recipe'for Candied Cherry Bread.
It calls for self-rising flour which saves you time in measuring
because it already contains the needed baking powder and salt.
Self-rising flour insures failure-free results, too, because the
baking powder has been scientifically proportioned by the miller.
You can use self-rising flour to make biscuits, muffins, cakes,
cookies, quick coffee cakes, and other baked products in recipes
calling for baking powder. Just omit the baking powder and
salt from the recipe when you use self-rising flour.
CANDIED. CHERRY BREAD
3 cups sifted enriched self- 1/3 cup chopped nuts
rising flour 1 egg, slightly beaten
!/z cup sugar 1/4 cup salad oil
1 cup chopped candied 11/4 cups milk
cherries .
Sift together flour and sugar. Mix in cherries and nuts. 'Com-
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enough to moisten flour. Turn into greased 51/ x 9/2-inch loaf
pan. Bake in moderate oven (350'F.) about 1 hour and 10 minutes.-
Cool a few minutes before turning from pan. This loaf slices
best when completely cooled.
Makes 1 1-


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THR RBAF, EBR'tAt. Jo, Pla.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1961


would be proud
Abraham Uncoln, who stood as a
symbol of honesty and Integrity,
would be pleased with the principles
practiced today In pharmacy.
We take great pride in our devo-
tion to the ethical code of our pro-
fesslon, and we value our association.
with the medical profession with
whom we share the public trust.


Frew Parking
Drive-In Window Service
uzzett's Drug Store
817 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida


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9:05 A.M.
With Local Ministers of the
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Presented As A Public Service
By. Your Local Radlo Station
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Classified Ads

FOR RENT: I3 a srnihed MliBu
at St. Joe B heso. 1 3-beiom
sad 2 2-bedroom. 8* L W. Amw
or phone 7-8171 or 7-56611. ttoS-42
FOR RENT: "2 bedroom o iom r-
apartnets. Fo d or n*ter.
nehe& Call 7-8321 days or 9-1481
at night. Mrs. Shirey. tfc-10-
FOR .RENTr Upstairs tarnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Pilone 7-5771., tfo-2i-2
VERY LW winter rates o0 two
and three bedroom furnished hom-
ses at St.fJoe Beach. J. D. Clark,
phone 7-7111'. tt -12-2
FOR RENT:- Furnished upsta irs
-apartmenit. Adu".s-ionly. Phone
7-4511. Mrs. Charles'"Brown. tc
FOR RENT: Unfurnlshed two bed.
room huose. Large yard. Gas tank
and heater, *blinds famished. Phone
9-1681. to-1-5
FOR RENT: Two houses on Long
Avenue facing Elementary school.
Phone 7-5471, Mrs. Nora Duren. tfc,
FOR RENT: Small furnished house
1 bedroom at 1317% Long Ave.
Call Mrs. C. W. Long at 7-3974. af.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
nished apartment with garage.
Adults only. 1206 (Palm. Call 7-1431
after 5:00 ,p.m. 2tp
FOR RENT: Two apartments at
1506 Long Ave. Call 7-5426. ltc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house, 603 Third St. Sam Neel,
Phone 7-5902. ltc


FOR RENT: New 2 .bedroom beach
front furnished apartment. $80.00
per .month including utilities. Phone
648-3126. Itc
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call BAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul *Far-
mer. "tfc-2-16
FOR: RENT: 2 bedroom house on
6th St. Phone .7-7511. tfc-2-23
FOR SALE: Two bedroom, 37 foot
trailer and lot at White City. Call
7-8704 or 7-8835. Itp
FOR SALE
Three bedroom house with. oak
floors, breezeway, garage, ceramic
tile ba'h.on 90 x 165 ft. lot. Price
only $10,700. Buy squlty for. $3,300.
and assume mortgage for balance
with interest at 4%%. No closing
cost, no discount. ;
A 'lirge, three bedroom house
with family room and living room,
d' barhs, central beat, air condi-
Itioned. Will sell for $17,000. We can
assist you in financing.
FRANK & DOT'S AGENCY
Registered Real Estate Broker
1221 Reid Ave. 2, BAII.7-349


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ROCHE'S


FURNITURE and APPLIANCE STORE
PHONE 7-5271 PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


*-Fbft tti n b Durooa jh e
S Core.r, lot. Imulated and hard-
weed flejr& at 3021 6th St. Phone
0-1766. ite


FOR SALE: Four nice lots i
White City,- 50' x 10 each. with
deep well and septic task. Price
$1,20. Call BAl 7-3286. Charles
Johnson. ; tc-2-18


FOR SAKE: 3, bedroom stuoi
- h=ome. Centrally .heated and *afr
conditioned. Complete with kitchen
and laundry equipment. 901 Garri-
son Avenue. Ph. 7-4491., tc-1-19
FQR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308
Lqong Ave. Garage with large
i.JUlity room. Price $7,000.00. Phone
7 5926.' tifc-12-15
FOR SALE: Two established pro-
f'-,making coin laundries in Port
St. Joe. Excellent opportunity orf
larger profits for local owner. Can
definitely be operated in / spare
time. l Aenpnable down payment
and terms. Write or phone Dallas
Winchester, 536 Fast Ga. -St., Talla-
hassee. 4t-2-2
FOR SALE:, 1960 Volkswagen Sun-
roof sedan., Radio and heater.
Perfect condition. A good buy. See
Bob Bellows, BA 7-3111. 2tp
FOR SALE or TRADE: 1957 Ram-
bler, 6 cyl. 4-dr. Station wagon.
Auto. transmission, radio and htr.
Call BAIl 9-1806.
SERVICES OFFERED: .Motherly
capable-lady desires baby sitting,
your home or mine. Experience ref-
erence-furnished. Phone 648-4351.
FOR SALE: Pay equity and take
up payments on 3 lots at Mexico
Beach. Phone -9-2646. 4tp-2-2
WANTED:'A good reliable man to
supply customers with R-awleigh
Products in Gulf Co. See E. A. Ad-
dison, 225 : Springfield Ave., Pana-
ma City or write Rawleigh's, Dept.
FAOB-iL0-127, Memphis, Ten. 3tp
FOR 'SALE: I new VA houses on


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Cypress Ave. Nearly completed. Walter C. Dodson, South Gulf services, such as fire and police de-
No down payment. Just- closing County Chairman of the U. S. Trea-a t se n cil den o-
costs. for qualified veteran. PRID- apartments and civil defense com-
GEON, AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 sury'" S avings Bond Committee munications will receive much at-
,V'illianam Avenue. this week announced that purchas- tension.
WANTED TO BUY: Nice home in es of Series E and H Savings Bonds In announcing the appointment,
Port St Joe. Prepared to pay in Florida during January reached Handy pointed out that radio ama-
cash. Please address replies giving the highset monthly level in nearly teurs .have traditionally had. the re-
all infromation of house and price five. years. Not since February 1956 sponsibility of being in constant
to P. O.Box.308, Port St. Joe. 4t. have sales reached ,the $8,500,000 readiness to offer assistance in
FOR SALE': Three bedroom insulat- mark./ Last month's total was a time of need with ham-acquired
xed homeat 1710.dPalm Blvd. 100' whopping $9,044,984. This wa skill, emergencypowered transmil-
e ina, all linds, living room drapes early 28% head of urcases durter anda wealth of comntnity
included. Equity reduced.. Immer- ing the game month of 1960. spirit .
late possession, call BAll 7-2311. Gulf County residents acocuntet
FOR SALE: Good used gas ranges foir $6,918 of this extraordinary
.$39.60 to $69.50. Electric ranges month's total.. .entecostal ..
$19.95 to $99.95. CoUl bed springs, "This remarkable first month Bonds Stil Availubi
$7.45 to $14.45. Electric refrige-a- figure", Mr. ,Dodson said, "makes Bn s A ail le
tors, $19.96 'to $89.95. SURPLUS a fitting start to the Treasury's o' -
S i' m o f^T Jnp 1> Mon Aa~ lila,ting start to..the Treasuryssob-
Phone 7-4051. St e rvance of the 20th Anniversary Edward J. Woods, chalknah fi
year of United States Savings the Pentecostal Holiness. tari
'FOR SALE Small trailer. Pn ns. Since May 1, 1941 the bond sale, announced this a*d
.I American people have bought more that a few of the bonds, bbeo'rl .sx
MOVING AND, STORAGE: Planni than $119 billioi of these special percent interest, are still available
s .gc' to munore .acronss. town or sayings series, of government bonds for pir'ohase.
across country? Call us for free es- '
tiniates. Representatives for May- and presently own more than $43 i Woods said'the church w, RA
flower, experienced and qualified, billion worth-an all time high. The fled at the reception of the opq I
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112 balance of more than $75 billion sue by' Port St. Joe people, I whfeh
Mon. Ave., Phone 7-4061. hIve gone back into the streams of most of the ,bonds were spJ4 With
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY commerce to, provide, the good very little effort on -.he part of fbo
Reliable'man or.woman from this thing of lite for their owners and committee in charge of -sales.
a4rea to' di.tribute'om fbte line of to-16el keep ,he level of trade and Wods s9 .said the. interest on the
.ci'gaegteum, candy,nuts, Or u thru
iew automatic vendors. No selling, industry active. This is truly an- bonds is payable semiannually in
we will establish accounts for you. other American success story." cash and the bonds can be purchas-
To qualify party must 'have car, ed for any. maturity date from one
references, and cash capital of $900 a s n oto d years.
which Is secured by inventory. Ex- ee e The bond sale isbeing conducted
cellbnt earnings part time-Full to pay' off the construction costs of
/time more. For personal interview io pay of the construction costs of
give phone, etc. Write P. 0. Box rFt In Tourney building the new church building of
156, Rochester, Minneoourn. y the denomination here in Port St.
1 The, oFIAc MDistrict1o Group I Joe.a
PRIVATE BATON.LESSONS will The FIAA District Group I
be given by Miss .Mary Jane Bob- Class B Western Division meeting


bitt every Saturday morning at 1.0
aim. The church will be 50c per
lesson. All girls of school age re
eligible for these classes, itp
COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING SER-
.' VICE for small ,businesses. See
Alden Farris, 528 6th St. or phone.
BAll 9-2636. 4tp-2-23
J400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME: Re-
Sfilling and collecting money from
new type high quality coin operated
dispensers, in this area. No selling..
To qualify you must 'have car, ref-
erences,. $600 to $1900 cash. Seven
to 12 hours weekly can net up to
$400 monthly. More full time. For
personal, interview write P. 0. Box
6340 .Minneapolis, Minn. Include
phone, number.
RUBBER STAMPS


was held at the Bethume High
School Saturday, Febrpary 18 for
the purpose 'of making plans for the
District Tournament to be held at
the Quinn High School, Apalachi
cola, February 24 and 25.
Teams participating in the tour-
nament are Roulhac, Chipley;
Washington, Port St. Joe; Mayhaw,
Blountstown; Bethume, Bristol;
Bayview, Bonifay; Union Grove,
Greenwood; Carver, Wewahitchka;
St. Paul, Campbellton and Quinn,
Apalachicola. The teams were seed-
ed as follows: Washington, first;
Carver, second; Union Grove, third
and ;St. Paul, fourth. Coach Jinee
and his team have a perfect con-


Madee caily. AlSO water-applied ference record, winning 12 games.
deals. Southern Decal Co., Box The following boys have been
742 Springfield Station, Panama
Ci'ty, Phone PO 3-1647. outstanding in the game of basket-
ball. this season either in sco ing or
BPTIC TANwKS pumped out. Gall in defensive play. Coaches of the
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
titick expert service. tte boys are aspiring to secure scholar-
Sships for them. They are N. Gainer,
oSaing money see us for anv.thin; J Bailey, F. Freeman, W. Blanks,
SWAP SHOP. J. Stallworth, J. McDougal, J. Ash,
R. Gant, Brigham and C. McElroy.
tHERE WILL BE a regular con- Washington High School also
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
MN. 11, i. &AM ,eoef..,t a was a threat to the A division


third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.


schools. Among these were Rosen-
wald, JCTS and Charles Paramore.
St. Paul of Campbellton has made
the best record this year since


BILLY JOE RICH, Sec. 1955, losing only one home game
A1l Master Masons cordially invited and winning six.
.-AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 The coaches appointed coach E.
hour. Cut your lawn and let me Bryant for public relations chair-
-'-orry with upkeep of mower. Gulf man. The public relations objec-
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- tives are to get better publicity for
on, Phone 7-7501.
the boys, and to encourage a great-
AMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. er number-of boys to attend col-
/. -F.-Meets second and fourth lege.
o hursays, 7:30 p.em beri Ameran Preisdent of the association has
attend. A set the first game of the tournament
Noble Grand:' Bernard Pridgeon for 2:00 p.m.,,EST.
Secretary: The Bishop The first game will be played be-
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of tweeu St. Paul and Roulhac.
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A..
M.,-2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- WILLIS V. ROWAN, PST 116,
Sing brother wrm WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
John -I.Bickey.High Pri st. THE-AMERICAN LEGION, -Meet-
Jl I, s etary i secondand fourth Tuesay
Sights, 8:00 pn. American Legion
Home.


Sharks Lose To

Wewahitchka

Port S9t. Joe's Sharks lost at the
free throw line Tuesday night to
Wewahitchka, 57-54. The Gators
carried the Sharks into overtime to
take the victory.
The Gators were outscored 46-28
from the field but managed to out-
do the :ShIrks 29-8 at the free
throw line.
The Sharks led 27-22 at halftime
and 40-35 at the end of the third
period, but Wewahitchka 'managed
to/knot the .game in the fin&flquar-
tre.
Tom Smith, who scored 13 points
for the Gators, threw in the tying
field goal just before the buzzer
sounded.
Bob Munn, with 17 po .nts, paced
the Port St. Joe attack. The Sharks


won the
Sharks
Munn
Wilder


B game, 48-26.
fg ft tp Wewa fg ft
7 3 17 Smith 3 7
4 1 9 Lister 3'10


Evans 6 0, 12 jSt'ling 5 0 10
Gardner 6 2 14 Green i 1 3
Ray 0 2 2 Bozeman 1 11 13
|Hanlon 1- 0 2
Score ,by quarters:
Port St. Joe ... 13 14 13 22--54
Wewa 7 19 9 17 5-57
The Sharks will end their regular
season schedule tomorrow night in
Carrabelle.

Highland View PTA Fish
Fry Scheduled Saturda;y

The Highland View PTA is spon-
soring a fish supper Saturday at
5:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Highland
View Elementary School. Generous
servings will be given for $1.00 for
adults and 75c for. children,* .
Music for the meal will be pro-
vided by the St. Joe Boys.


Boy Scouts Carry

Out Exercise

. Troop 47, Boy Sco conducted their annual First Aid
exercise Monday night, under the
leadership of Scoutmaster John T.
Simpson.
The exercise was' the climax of
a period of first aid Instruction.
To conduct the field test, several
of the Scouts were provided with
realistic, "wounds" of every sort
and located *throughout the city.
Scout first aid groups began a
systematic search of the city simu-
lating the aftermath of a disaster,
in search of victims.
,On locating the victims, the first
aid teams then had to treat the
particular "wound" he found, call
an ambulance, describing Injury
and giving exact location of vic-
tim.
Mrs. Sue Spaulding acted as dis-
patcher for the operation with her
base of operation at the city hall.
Comforter Funeral Home furnished
ambulance service for the victims.
Dr. William H. Wager inspected
the treatment given each wound
and graded the Scouts on their ef-
fective first aid applications.
Approximately 30 Boy Scouts
took part in the operation.


Dodson Says Bond

Sales Up In State
-ir :


Low Cost Automobile Insurance
Extra Discount for Teachers and Ministers

ADDISON INSURANCE AGENCY
116 Monument Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.
P. 0. Box 248 Phone BAll 7-4051
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Andrew P. Jackson

Set Up Amateur Ra

Andrew TP. Jackson, K4RZF, 1214
Long Avenue, Port St. Joe, has
been selected to set up an organiza-
tion of Port :St. Joe amateur radio
operators prepared to furnish or-
ganized emergency communications
in time of disaster, it was announ-
Ced this week by Communications,
Manager F. E. Handy ot the Amer-
ican Radio Relay League, national
association of radio amateurs.
Mr. Jackson's assignment, which
carries the title of .Emergency Co-
ordinator, is to band together, em-
bers of the amateur radio' service
in his community to perfect ar-
rangements 'for emergency radio
communication by hams in the
event of natural disasters or oth-
er emergencies. In addition to use
of normal station equipment work-
ing from commercial power, ama-
teur stations use self-powered ra-
dio transmitting and receiving
equipment as needed. Mr. Jackson,
-as. ARRL Emergency Coordinator,
will call drill periods when the
hams' personal stations may be mo-
bilized under simulated emergency
conditions. His duties also include
liaison planning with the local
chapter of the American Red Cross
and other relief agencies, as sug-
gested in the working understand-
ing the ARRL Emergency Corps
has, with the national headquarters
of the American Red Crops' and
other agencies. Liaison will be et-
tablishied als with .local protftIvce


Appointed To DeMaestri
(Continued from page 1)
dio Network home pant which produces a ar-
.iety of products and the plant at
Port St. Joe which produces mag-
TOO LATE nesium oxide and periclase, Th
periclase is used almost exclusive-
Sly i the manufacture of refrac-
TO CLASSIFY stores, or heat-resisting materials.
By RUSSELL KAY !'In the Port St. Joe plant, only
--- o raw materials are used, oys-
A point stressed Py (President ter shell and sea water. The two
Kennedy in his first interview was, are combined by Michigan's pro-
the need and importance of health cess to prodUce the purest periclase
education. He pointed out that the on the market today.
youth of our nation as a group Guests of the club were Sam
lacks the stamina, health and ener- Teague and Arthur McCarthy of
gy' found in the youth of other na- Tallahassee and Leon Hobibs and
tions due to lack of proper train- JMmy Wilder:of Port St. Joe High
ing, diet, and health education. S OhooL
Florida's educational l'Ieaders
were a step ahead of the President Christa DUren Picked
in that even before his statement
they had set out to do something By FSU Sorority
about it. Forward thinking Florida Sr i
educators have provided a coordin- TALLAHASSEE-The Panhellany
ated approach to the problem iby
enlisting the united action of those Ic Association-at Florida State Uni-
agencies and individuals directly versity announced pledges this
concerned, school authorities, PTA, week for 19 national social sorori-
Federated Women's Clubs, youth ttes on the campus. Christa Duren
organizationsEsuch as 4-H,-Pature of Port St. Joe, daughter of Mr.
Farmers, Boy and Girl Scouts, and Mrs. Walter Duren, pledged to
adult education centers, ,teacher's 'Sigma Sigma Sigma.
colleges, fraternal and civic groups.
In cooperation with. school and Special Services At
health authorities, the Florida Cit- A
rus' Commission, concerned primar- Nazarene Church
ily with the problem of nutrition
as a major matter in the develop- There will be a special service
ment of health has established an this Friday at 8:00 p.m. at the
award for distinguished service to Church of the Nazarene.
public school health education,.com- Rev. and Mrs. Lyle Potter, inter.'
'bined with a symposium spotlight- national Sunday School workers.
Ing the vital importance of the will be. speaking in the. Interest of
health educator in fulfilling com- Sunday School work.
munity aspirations for the results A special invitation is extended
,of public health education. to everyone to attend this service.
The direct objective of this. pro-
ject is to create an event capable
of focusing public interest on and Church Attendance
In support of current and needed
health education activities in a giv-
eon state. The hope is that the event .Oak Grove Assebly of God
e s a te The h -Worship Services, 245; Sunday
and Its follow-up will persuade com- School, 251; Christian Cadets, 85;
munity leaders and school adminis- YPS, 45; Children's Church, 45.'
trators to vigorously push the 100
health program in each school, and CHURCH of te NAZARENE
statewided Sunday School, 53; Worship ser-
statewide. *' vices, 87 and NYPS, 14.
In the interest of improving teen- *> ,_
age nutrition habits, the Commis- 'WH.ITE CITY BAPTIST "
sion on Feb. 22 will be -host to an iS4tihday School, 10';' Worship Ser-
awards luncheon in Tampa honor- vices 162; ig Un 6.
ing two Florida schools with out- -PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
standing achievements in the school Sunday School, 43; Worship Ser-
health field. vices, 95 and 'Young People, '11.
Announcement of ,he -award: was LONG AVENUE -BAPTIST
made jointly tby -the 'Flqridg C4trus Sunday School, 183; Training.
Commission, the Elori4a. 'Health Union, 117; Worship Services, 282.
SAwards Committee and the Univer- 0*
iy ;of: South Florida, on: whose Sunday School ET7; ChurcODIset-
eaampus the meeting will be held. vices, 56 and Young People, 19.
Award winners were selected" by .* 0
the.committee from .among 1600 FAITH IBLE' CHU RCH
lrh os. Sunday Schol, 22; 'Young Be0o.
Florida "schools. .' -"'' ; pie, 13; Worship Serviceso 58.
The- award luncheon, to De at- *0 .4.
tended'by approximately 200 educa- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
tion, health and public affairs Sunday School, 288; Training
leaders from throughout the state, Union, 119; Worship Services, 440.
will be followed by a health educa- .... -
tion forum. Panelists will include of Health Education, Florida State
several out-of-state health -authori-
University; Dr. Jean A. Battle,
ties in the field of nutrition, health Dean of the College of Education,
education and medicine. University of South. Florida; and
Zoalie Maynard, director for Marie J. Howard, President of the
health, physical education and dri- Florida Association of Health, Phy-
ver training for the State Depart- sical Education and Recreation.
ment of Education, is chairman f
the Florida Health Awards Com-
mittee. Serving with him are such
distinguished authorities as Dr. L. FISH SUPPER
L. Parks, director of the ibutureau Highland View Elementary
of maternal and child health of the gand View Elementy
State Board of Health; Mrs. Thel- School
ma Flanagan, director of. School
Lunch Programs for the -State De- SATURDAY, FEB. 25
apartment of Education; Dr. Jere 6:00 to 9:00 P.M.
W. Annls, of the State Welfare Sponsored by Highland View
Board and past president of the Parent-Teacher' Asan.
Florida Medical Association; Miss
Francis Champion, director of ADULTS ---- __$1.00
Home-making Education for the CHILDREN .. 75c
State Educational Department;
Mrs. Frank Meyers, State PTA Music by St. Joe Boys
Chairman for Health Education;
Dr. Sara Louise Smith, Department


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