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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: December 21, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants
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TWENTV.YFIFTE VFAR Pon- 5 ar I Ja. *w- r M__fl W


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1961


Hannon Named As Mayor, We are glad of the opportunity to

HCann n Naed A M pause at this time each year and reflect

Coldeway Selected To Councin the true meaning of Christmas and

It took just five minutes Tuesday night for the City Commission to fill the vacancy
left on the City Board by the death of Mayor-Commissioner J. L. Sharit. Commissioner to wish for each of you the realization
John Robert Smith moved that Commissioner Frank Hannon -be appointed to fulfill the ..
unexpired term of Mayor Sharit. Commissioner I. W. Duren seconded the nomination and of the true meaning of the Yule season.
a unanimous vote selected Hannon for the job.


Eta Upsilon Presents Toys To Jaycees
'Mrs. Dave Jones and Mrs. Edwin Peters representing
the Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi presents a box
full of toys to Jaycee Ted Cannon to be used in the Jaycee
"Toys for Tots" program. Cannon is Jaycee chairman of
the toy project. (Star photo)


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESI-EY R. RAMSEY


We received a real nice Christ-
mas presenLt-ithi other d'ay ... ,
though, exactly one week early.
Monday, -we were h Aing a coke
in the dr4-g store (an unusual pas-
time for us) with ditparnl-" Danley
Furniture C o m p a n y manager,
Wayne Buttram, new manager Wil-
bur Mbrris and Ken Cox, manager
of Carp's.
The conversation somehow got
diverted to advertising (and, I take
my oath, it was not diverted by
this person. Wayne brought up
the fact that a local merchant had
asked him what kind of results he
obtained from Star advertising and
Wayne 'parried-the question on to
Ken Cox. Both are outspoken and
have no real regard for this edi-
tor's (and advertising manager's)
feelings. But, this is where we got
our Christmas present.
Cox, one of our newer advertis-
ers offered the opinion -that he re-
ceived very good results. Buttram
agreed with him.
Then Buttram asked, "Well ken,
which page do you prefer for your
ad to be placed on?" Cox then
burst another of our shirt buttons
by replying, "It deally doesn't
make much difference to me, peo-
ple read it from front to back any-
how."
Now, honestly, can you think of
a better Christmas present al-
though early for a struggling
editor (and advertising manager) ?
Oh,_ this made us feel -good all
over, I tell you!
It is just such support as this as
has made The Star grow in circu-


And don't let some glibe-tongue
life insurance salesman'.,talk you
into taking this -much lire insur-
ance.
Just bask in the realization that
at last you are a millionaure .
85 times over. -.

Men, we ave-y read -of just.
the thing to get the "little woman"
for Christmas a ,pet.
And one. of the best pets .ae-
cording to sources that -we under-
standably question 'is a pet
spider. And the best pet of all in
the spider world is a trantula
again according to this source.
While we can't vouch for- the ver-
acity 'of this claim, you have to ad-
mit, it is a novel idea."
And it could prove useful.
Think of the gabby, neighbors it
would keep away, if you .happen
to ;be afflicted with this; type pest,
Relatives would come- to visit
. and stay only as long as it
took them to find out that you had
a pet tarantula running around
the house.
And the writer of this article say
that the tarantula is better than
Flit or Orkin to keep insect pests
out of the house-we can under-
stand that.
We've just about talked oursefl
into having Frenchie a tarantula
gift-wrapped for Christmas right
now.


Buttram Transfers To

Danley's Quincy Store

Danley Furniture Company of
Opp, Alabama, which operates the
local DaInley_ Furniture Company
store, announced this week that
Wayne Buttram, manager of the


lation over 300 percent in the last store for the 'past 15 years, is be-
nine years while the population of ing moved to their store in Quincy.
Port St. Joe was growing by only Puttram is replacing Henry Faulk,
25 per cent. We are understandably r:anager of the Quincy store, who
proud. died three weeks ago.
S*:. 4" Replacing Buttram in the Port
Remember, when in high school, St. Joe store as manager will be
teachers used to tell you that your Wilbur Morris of Panama City.
body was worth 98 cents .. the Morris is a native of Panama City
chemicals therein, that is. and has worked with the Danley
Relax, inflation has made your chain for 17 years. He has been
worth climb along with everything sales manager of the Panama City
else. You are now a millionaire store for the 'past 'eight years. Mor-
every one of you. is is married and has three chil-
According to a short article in dren. He is a member of the St.
the January Reader's Digest, each Andrew Baptist Church. He and
and everyone of you is now worth his family plan to move to Port St.
85 million dollars. All this skyrock- Joe in the near future.
eting in worth has been brought Morris will assume management
about by scientists' increased know- of the Port St. Joe Danley store on
ledge in obtaining power from cer- December 27.
tain chemicals. Buttram and his family will be
The only trouble, you can't use leaving Port :St. Joe in the near
this new-found "wealth" as collat- future to their new hornm ein Quin-
eral at the bank. cy.


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Robert Kerrigan, Edward Smith
and Frank Ruckman of the Key
Club.


Hannon thanked the Board fc
his nomination, -stating that he wa
not capable of doing the fine jo
performed by the late Mayor, bu
that he would serve for 'the remain
der of the term to the best of hi
ability until the regular election:
next September. Hannon then eo
fered his resignation for his sea
as Commissioner, Group One to a(
cept the Mayor-Commissioner posl
COMMISSION VACANCY
Hannon's acceptance and resign
nation left a vacancy on the four
man Commission board, but thi,
condition didn't exist for but jus
a few minutes as I. W. Duren nom
inated Tom Coldewey, vice-presi
dent of the .St. Joe Paper Company
for the position. Hannon seconded
the nomination but City. Attorney
Costin reminded Hannon that hE
had resigned from the Board just
previous and could not. make the
second.
Mayor pro-tern Nedley 'then ask-
ed Commissioner Smith if he
'would second Duren's motion.
Smith stated that he 'would second
the motion, reluctantly, to keep the
office from going to the Governor
for appointment. On a vote, Colde-
wey was unanimously accepted as
the Commissiondr to' serve out
Hannonsa unexpired term which
will also end In September of 1962.
Mayor-Commissioner Hannon and
Commissioner Coldewey will be
sworn into their offices on the
regular meetnig of the Commission
on January 2.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, It was stated
tha the City Halt will be closed-
for the Christmas holidays from
cloaipg time Friday, December 22
through Monday, December 25.
'-T1heflirst reading of an ordinance
-to float a $00,400 bond issue- for
extra hospital construction expens-
es was read for the first time and
then carride over to the January
2 meeting. This was the Issue 'that
was -voted on about a month ago
to take care of extra work and ad-
ded expense to the hospital con-
struction job.
'Commissioner Hannon recom-
mended that thei Board secure the
services of an audit company to
conduct an audit of the city books.
Clerk Henderson told the Commis-
sion 'that an audit had not been
conducted in the past three years.
'Mayor pro-tern Nedley suggested
to the Board that money the City*
would have spent sending flowers
to the late Mayor's funeral be given
to the J. L. Sharit Memorial Fund
of the First ,Methodist Church. The
suggestion received unanimous ap-
proval of the Board.
Clerk Hendersaa. read the Board
a resolution from the Gulf County
Board of Commissioners offering
sympathies to the city 'as a result
of the death of the late Mayor J.
L. Sharit. This resolution is 'print-
ed on another .page of this issue
of The Star.


Kiwanis See

Football Film

Kiwanian (and former War Ea-
gle) John Robert ISmith brought
the program to the Port St. Joe
Kiwanis Club Tuesday at their
regular meeting. Smith presented
a film of the 1961 Auburn-Univer-
sity of Florida football game 'to the
group of predominately Florida
alumni.
The film was thoroughly enjoyed
by Kiwanians John Robert Smith
and Dr. R. E. King.
Kiwanian Gannon Buzzett,
chairman of the Kiwanis fruit
cake committee reported to the
Club that a quarter ton of fruit
cakes had been received for sale
during the Christmas season. The
cakes may be purchased from
any Kiwanis member or the Flor-
ida National Bank, Buzzett's
Drug Store, Smith's Pharmacy or
Floyd Chevrolet Company.
Guests of the club Tuesday were


Dear Santa, I would like a doll. I would like
Please bring me a doll and a baby a doll buggy. I would like a doctor
carriage for Christmas. I have been bag. And a boddle. I would like


a good girl this year.
Love,
MISSY NICHOLSON
.% A.
Dear Santa,
My name is Carl.
I have been a good boy.
I would like a boat and a gun.
S*:
Dear Santa,
My name is Kenneth. I have
been a good boy.
I would like a B B gun and a
football. And anything else you
could bring.
I live at 1316 Garrison Ave. Port
St. Joe, Fla.
-And a pistol.
S:.:. *4 *
Santa Claus,
I want a walking baby doll, a
play house with furniture, a bicy-
cle and some clothes.
Love always,
JANET KAY ANTLEY
P.S.: I love you.
+ *:*4
Santa Clauss,
I want a walking baby doll, a
play house with furniture, a bicy-
cle and some clothes. ,
Love always,
CAROLE
P.S. I loye you.
.:, .:.
Dear Santa,
My name is Susan Rust. I would
like a jumproap and a blue and
white bike. You know what else I
want. It told you in the other letter.
I have helped my mother. I have
been good.
Love,
SUSAN RUST
.Dear Santa,:...
Dear Santa,


some games'. My cat would like a
toy mouse. I would like other
things to.
Love,
NANCY RUST

Dear Santa,
My name is Mike Rust. I would
like. a cowboy suit and a bat and
ball. I would like a doctor bag. I
would like some games. I would
like a train and train track. And
other things.
Love,
MIKE RUST

Dear Santa,
I would like a game called


8 years old. I
good boy this
only 3 things
tent a ring and
I love you Sa
Merry Chrlstm
Love,
-DOUG

Dear Santa,
I have tried
this weke and
and visit me C
I would like a
set of play dis
set. I will lea
and cake on th
Your f
CAROL


have been a pretty
year. Santa I want 0Ig Ime
this year. A indian
a learn to draw set. Resident Dies
nta and wish you a
as.
Funeral services, for Mrs. Allie ..-
.Cooper Porter, 68-year-old local re fS"
ident, who died Friday morning,
were held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. iv
the. Assembly of God Church in
to be a good girl Oak Grove with the Rev. Chayles
I hope you will come H. Harthern officiating.
;hristmas Eve night.- Burial followed in *the Holly Hill
doll, parcheesi game, Cemetery with the Comforter Fun-
shes, an da cooking eral Home in charge of arrange-
Lve you some milk ments.
e lamp abe. Mrs. Porter, a resident of Port
riend, St. Joe since 1913, is survived by
, RAMSE Y three sons, Francis and J. L. Por-
tei of Port St. Joe and J. B. Porter


"world game"! I would like a game St. Joe Boat Club Names o anama ity; five daughters,
called the "Uncle Wiggley game". Officers for 1962 SMrs. Ressie Lee and Mrs. Minnie
I will leave you some milk and Stewart both of Port St. Joe, Mrs.
- fruit cake. I am 8 years old. My The St. Joe Boat Club .at a spe- Betty Strange of Panama City,
name is Susan Rust. My little sis- cial meeting Thursday, December Mrs. Essie Allen of Tallahassee
ter is three. Her name is Nancy 14 at the Floria Power Lounge, iand Mrs. Mary Ruter of Cascade,
'Rust. My brother is 6 his name is elected the following officers for Wis.; a sister, M. Dora Dykes -
Mike. I would like a map. 1962: F. W. McDonald, commodore; Port St. Joe; 22 grandchildren an.
I would like a blue bike for Silas R. Stone, vice-commodore; 13 great-grandchildren.
Christmas to. I would like a little J. C. Arbogast, secretary-treasurer
red spinning wheel to. I would like A. L. Hargraves, B. Roy Gibson, HapV -
a jumptroap. I would like some Jr., and H. Brouillette, new direct-
games. I would like a game called ors for 1962. YV Lucky
"Wagon Train!". These officers will be installed You Lucky People
love, at the annual dinner meeting Janr
SUSAN RUST uary 9, 1962, for thli members and TALLAHASSEE-Happy birth-
S* *+ their wives, day all of you people born in
Dear Santa Claus, Silas R. Stone was appointed as December.
Please bring me a daisy winches- chairman of the commit ee for tie The Department of Public
ter BB gun and a game of concen- dinner meeting. Safety reminds you it is time to
tratioi and a model airplane, kind The Club had one of its most buy a new driver's license under
jap zero. successful years in 1961 and i] the birth-month issuance system.
That is all. cooking forward to even a better Why not do it right now, while
yours truly, year in 1962. it's fresh on your mind? You can
STEVE MACOMBER All members are urged to atrted get a new license at your county
4 *:" 0* .The meeting on January 9, 1962, judge's office or at the office of
Dear Santa Clause, and will be notified the time and Mrs. Evelyn Pate at Pate's Shell
I My name is Douglas Kelly. I am place to be held. Service Center.


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,oven to patients to wear to ,1,y i a
Garden Clul Has ChristmaspartyEach member also Yule Party Enjoyed
contributed toward buying a plant
Christmas Party t local hospital. By JAM Club
'- 13IStm Party Mrs. Henry Ayers, therapy chair-
.-- man stated that 25 gifts were sent
-:.The Port St. Joe Garden Club to Florida Industrial School for The members of the JAM Club
tfeid their annual Christmas meet- Boys in Marianna. enjoyed their annual Christmas
i- and party at the home of Mrs. Refreshments were served from party in the home of Mrs. Myrtice
ack Hammock on Thursday, De-a beautifully appointed tea table Smith on.Woodward Avenue last
mber 7. members enjoyed this happy oc-Saturdayevening.
Hostesses for this occasion were 25 members enjoyed this happy oc-tur
ftom the Morning Circle, Mrs. Jack basot. A delicious dinner of roast tur-
Eammcok, Mrs. Joe Parrot, Mrs. key, dressing, giblet gravy, green
James Costin, Mrs. Charles John- HUDSON-CHAMBERS beans, sweet potato souffle, cran-
awn. From the Gladiolus Circle, Mrs. WEDDING ANNOUNCED berry salad on lettuce, harvard
lDdley Vaughan, Mrs. Cecil Currie. WEDDING ANNOUNbeets, pickles, olives, hot rolls,
l'om the Azalea Circle, Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hudson of Russian tea and a most delicious
mount -and Mrs. Charles Brown. t city ounce the marri schaum torte for dessert was en-
mn hris m ane cKusems this city announce the marriage ofa
Sherry H cub their daughter, Sally, to James Joyed by those members -.resent.
dlprat presided. An Interesting pro- Kelby Chambers, son 'of Mr. and After dinner, gifts were exchang-
gram on Christmas customs was Mrs. Owen Chambers of Apalachi- ed. Then followed a couple of hours
presented by -Mrs. Sid Brown. of conversation and reminiscing.
The Hammock's spacious home co. Mrs. H. A. Drake, an absent mem-
was beautifully decorated with The marriage was performed on ,be was remembered in a special
Christmas arrangements and a December 14 at 4:31 p.m. at the way through a joint letter from
beautiful silver tree. home of Judge Eldon F. McLeod, those present.
iach member brought a pennant- Apalachicolal The following members were
tyDpe corsage which were sent to The couple will reside at 112 10th present: Mrs. Lola Costin., Mrs.
the Florida State Hospital to be Street, Apalachicola. Eula Pridgeon, Miss Edna Davis,


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Mrs. Elaine Pridgeon, Mrs. Willie THE ?STAR Port L- e.. ; i.=
Ola Upshaw, Mrs. Rubye Pridgeon, THURSDAY, DECEM Fi 2.1. ,ili
Mrs. Gladys Boyer, Mrs. Liza Law- .... -
son, Mrs. Verna Smith, Mrs. Cal- I r
lie Howell, Mrs. Myrtice Smith, ETa Upsilon Enloy
Mrs. Calla Perritt, and Mrs. Ned .
Bates of Panama City. Christmas Party
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTembers and -hub' Eta
Mr. and Mrs. John Gale Traxler, ers
-- Uipsiloh Chhapter of E-6f, P .u,,
Jr.. of Pensacola announce the Phi entertained with a Christmas
birth of a son, Doyle Lynn on De- party at theStaHous T .I.
member 4. Mrs. Traxler is the for- party at the Stac us- t '- l
of the party was that ,f i ,LI
mer Miss Teresa Edwards, daugh- club The sidewalk lea, ,,,
ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Edwards club. The sidewalk
entrance was lit with patIu lamps.
of this city. _Hostesses at the -door were Eo.
CARD OFTHANKS cial chairman and club ,r..,.nt
CARD OF THANKS A hat check booth :, ii,,' iJ,,i
We wish to thank the many peo- ithprettylittle Kit J -
pie who offered their kind services .
o si tinga in this booth.
during our hour of bereavement siin in s t i s.
during the illness and death of our A huge Christmas tree with many
loved one, Mrs. Allie C. Porter. May A he Chita ti i ma n,-
God's blessings be upon you for liarrangghts stood in one can..d n,-_ T.r,,L
your kindness. were arranged in a sI-
The Family of on each table were a.d and green
The F m l of table .cloths with de.-:,r, ,.,- ,...-
MRS. ALLIE C. PORTER table cloths with de
dies.on each. Green ,oLrted pl rt-
were placed in various il'V-- iU
ATTEND PTA the room. A large table by it en-


4e AeW4 Ge4/leme#^ Paeje4n|


For that special campus man, college or high school, you'll find no better way to say "Merry Christmas" than a gift from our wide
selection of quality, popular priced, nationally advertised lines of fine young men's furnishings. These are from famous manu-
facturers who for many years have worked to bring you the best in quality, fit, style and good looks. These lines and many
more cannot be purchased anywhere else in Port St. Joe, so for the ideal gift for the Ivy man on your list, select HIS GIFT from
our EXCLUSIVE lines of fine young men's furnishings.


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_well and Curlee Sport Coats
Ivy models natural shoulders, In check and plaid. Luxurious
new orlon and wool blends that are sure to give him many years
of enjoyable wear.

priced from $2750 to $3250
"A Must for the Campus King"


Curlee and Sewell
SUITS
The suit to suit the most dis-
criminating young man who de-
mands the latest in style, com-
fort and good looks. Ivy, all-
Wool models start from .
$4500
"EXCLUSIVE"

Dickies
All weather
COAT


To keep him
warm and dry,
Ideal for those
changing classes.
In sand tan and
black. Size 36 to
42.

$1695


Friendly, Courteous Service

Free Gift Wrapping


Many Helpful Gift
Suggestions

If You Don't Have An Account
Open One Today!


Gift Suggestions for the
"CAMPUS KING"
Manhattan 'PAJAMAS ----- $3.98 to $4.98
Manhattan UNDERWEAR ..-----$1.00 to $1.50
Manhattan GIFT HANKIES ---- $1.00 to $1.50
Wembley IVY TIES $1.50 to $2.50
Tex-Tan BELTS $1.50 to $5.00
Puritan Banton SHIRTS $8.95
Manhattan, McGregor and Tru-Val
SPORT SHIRTS $2.98 to $12.95
Puritan, McGregor and Tru-Val-
SWEATERS $7.95 to $15.95
In Every Shade
Esquire CREW SOX $1.00 to $1.50


Manhattan Shirts
That Is!
All the new tab collars in white, stripe and fancy solids.
Sizes 14 to 17.
$398 to $500
"Your Exclusive Manhattan Dealer"


Hubbard and Curlee Slacks
DICKIE CASUAL
Come to you in Port .St. Joe at our store. Traditional ivy
styling. Cut for the young man. A must in any wardrobe.
From cotton to fine Imported wool. Sizes 28 to 42.
priced from $59"5to 219


Give Him A Gift Certificate
FOR ANY AMOUNT


MEN & BOYS WEAR
4103 RIED AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA


"ALL EXCLUSIVELY YOURS AT OUR STORE" "YOUR COLLEGIATE GIFT HEADQUARTERS"


Engagement Announced


Mr. and Mrs. H. Carlton Mason announce the engage-
ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Martha
Lee, to Terry Eugene Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Porter of Port St. Joe.
The wedding will be an event of early Spring at Cen-
tenary Methodist Church, Quincy.


RAW


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.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..--...........-...------6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .....-.. 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister


CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
EVENING WORSHIP ........................... 8:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00 a ,
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ... 6:45 p.m.


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trance -adorned -a large Christmas dividual table for guests to munch
arrangement -made from driftwood on.. Coffee and Russian tea were
,magnolia leaves, colored balls and served with this.
reindeer all in gold. The guests enjoyed dancing to
The serving table was overlaid the music of a local band. Mem-
with a white cloth and -arrange- bers exchanged Christmas gifts
ments of colored balls plus large with their Beta 'buddies and hus-
red candles were used here. ,bands were given toys. The toys
Refreshments were fruit cakes, were all collected later and donat-
Christmas cookies, candies and dips ed to the Jaycee's Toys for Tots.
and chips were placed on each in- A good time was 'had by all.


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'HOLIDAY DRAWING
|" 'igEGEINT ",';; I

'. SPORTS SET "
S. 3J* complete Don Budge badminton set
*/[s Bobby Shantz baseball glove .
Sam Huff football and scholastic basketball
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DOLL PLAYSET
S with complete layette
and your own nurse's uniform

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Gifts Galore
S.Amity... Bourjois... Jewelite...Sylvaniai
Schick... Wrisley... Parker... Timex... Westclox
I Ronson and many others! *
S* DRAWING WILL BE HELD HERE -


CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
210 Reid Avenue Phone 227-4141


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THE STAR. Port St. Jo9, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1961


482 which Flowers presented to
92 route salesmen and district
managers. Checks were presented
at a Christmas banquet in their
honor. Looking on left to right,
are District Manager A. M. Mc-
Crory and Sales Manager Ike
Black.


Sharks Suffer 47-40 Loss To Quincy
In Last Cage Game Before Holidays
The unbeaten Quincy Tigers pil- January 5.,
ed up an early lead and withstood The defeat was the Sharks,third
a second-half comeback attempt to in four outings. It was the fourth
defeat the Por tSt. Joe Sharks, 47- win for the Tigers.
40 last Friday night in Quincy. Freddy Chason captured game
The game was the last for the scoring honors for the Sharks with
Sharks until after the holidays 13. points. Teammate Larry Griner
when they will resume their sche-.had 10.
dule against Altha, in Altha on I Quincy won the preliminary Jun-




It would be astonishing, indeed, if no candles
4 appeared in homes throughout the nation on Christ,
mas Eve. The legend which surrounds the custom is
4 believed to have started in Ireland.
There on Christmas Eve a large candle was burned ^
which could be snuffed out only by one named Mary.
As the Irish put it: "Who knows, on some Christmas '
Eve, Jesus and Mary and Joseph may come again,
not to Palestine',but to the Holy I sle on the firthest
edge of Europ r
The first use of candles for Christmas is not re- '
A corded anywhere. But according to an old legend,
the "Christ Child Candle" was burned in windows to r
, light His way if He made an earthly visitation. It $
was also lighted in atonement for the night of His '
4 birth when there was no room for Him.
aggiM pygift ^ ^w w wv ifu


Biblical Star

Still Mystery

To Scientists
Even in this advanced
age with satellites in
orbit, sputniks and rockets
men of science still find
mystery in the Biblical Star
of Bethlehem that shone so
brightly when He was born.
Some scholars believe it
may have been a supernova,
or exploding star. Others
think it might have been a
comet or perhaps a conjunc-
tion of the bright planets
Jupiter and Saturn.
If it was a supernova in
the Milky Way, astrono-
mers say it would have un-
questionably filled ancient
stargazers with awe and the
feeling that a great event
might be taking place.
A "nova" implies a now
star, but actually is not. It
is rather an old star that
suddenly flares up in a dis-
play 20,000 to 50,000 times
brighter than the sun. A
supernova is about 100 mil-
lion times more brilliant
than the sun.
Astronomers do not know
what causes a supernova.
One theory is that the star's
supply of hydrogen becomes
exhausted. As the star con-
tracts, the core temperature
rises to 110 million degrees
centigrade. The incredible
temperature sets off helium-
fusion processes, and the
star becomes a huge nuclear
fusion reactor which even-
tually flies to pieces.
ior varsity contest, 26-20.
Sharks fg ft tp Quincy fg ft tp
Boyer 00 0 Smith 2 8 12
Kennedy 1 2 4 Milner 6 1 11
Ray 20 4 Thompson5 0 10
Gibson 0 2 2 Jones 21 5
Chason 6 1 13 Thomas 3 3 9
Grine 4 2 10
Johnson 3 1 7
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 4 12 12 12--40
Quincy 12 14 8 13-47

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President W. H. Flowers (left)
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check was a portion of the $27,-


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Pure Pork Fresh-1 lb. pkg.
Bag Sausage 2 for 78c
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, FIa. THURSDAY, DECEMBER g1, 1961 in 1962 to try several kkinds of Pvj.-, A
-- ditching lyste .tOrati04an acres
.. o ad over the next 12 months
sufficiently to allow further oper- Com pltes Basi
Gulf nations such as disking, plowing,
subsoiling, pines planting, etc. We Trainin At Ft. Sill
hope that, in a few years, we will


COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES
By CUBIE R. LAIRD .


develop the needed methods.
We 'highly appreciate the coop-
eration 'of our Gultf County land-
owners and these machinery com-
panies.


FORT SILL, OKLA.-Army Pvt.
John C. O'Brian, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Grady O'Brian, 613 Woodward
Ave., Port St. Joe, completed the
field artillery -basic course at the
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------ M.....'.I.. Cur wArtillery and Missile Center, Fort
I repeat, as a reminder ,'that you Sill, Oklahoma, December 8.
PINES GROWING STUDIES soils area South of Douglas Land- have until January: 15, 1962 to con- O'Brian was trained to serve as
Tom Mullins, owner Rome Plow ing to Cypres sCreek (the water tact our ASCS County Office Maq- ,a gun or howitzer crewman. He re-
Co., of Georgia, Jack Cook of the supply canal runs through this eager (here in this office on Mon- ceived instruction in communlca-
same company, Gordon Fowler, area). This is a heavier type soil days) for requesting ACP cost tions, 'ammunition handling and
Dontgomery, Ala.,.and..A. F. Buce, |than is found in th:majority of shares on soil conservation prac- storage and the use and care of
Marianna, of Buford-Toothaker our "flats" and this; extends over tices you plan to carry out in 1962. field artillery guns, howitzers and
Tractor Company came here Wed- I wide area of several thousands heavy machineguns.
nesday, December 13 to help us of acres. This same soi type is The 20-year-old soldier entered
work out some new methods of. present in. some 'other areas tf the JOB PRINT9NG the Army last July and completed
.preparing our wet, .flat, treeless cuonty also. JUB PRINTING basic combat training at Fort
lands so that these areas will grow I With the help of our local land- T H E STA R Jackson, ;S. C.,
slash pine trees economically, with owners and these machinery comrn- He is a 1960 graduate of-Port St.
particular reference to the heavy pany men, we plan to begin. early Joe High :School.


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FLORIDA GARDEN NEWS


May the
Good'
Lord
import His
blessings
to you at
Christmas.


By HERVEY SHARPE
Fla. Egricultural Ext. Service
This is a big week end for the
Yuletide gardeners. These are a
special breed of green-thumb ex-
perts who make annual attempts
to grow mistletoe over the thres-
hold.
If you are to join this one-week-
out-of-the-year group, it is time now
,to join your clan and make a safari
to locate sprigs of the romantic
plant.
Some aggressive holiday farmers
save making the trip into the wilds
by growing teh license to kiss
greenery in a back-yard tree. It
you plan to establish a handy sup-
ply of mistletoe, remembre that
the parasitic plant spreads easily


P:. L L millMI'l hliflUE'lllV lB, l 1%1b. and can become a killer of your


pilzed ornamentals.
Since there is little chance that
a threshold planting will thrive
longer than the holiday season', it
is more practical to consider other
indoor projects.
What to plant depends on condi-
tions within your home.
"Cast-iron" plants that will with-
stand abuse and adverse conditions
such as low light intensity and
warm, dry rooms include agaone-
ma, aspidistra, bromeliads, dracae-
na, monstera, pandanus, peperom-
ia, philodendron bipinnatifolium,
sansevieria and scindapsus.
Plants that will grow under ad-
verse situations but need more
light and humidity are dieffenbach-
ia, ficus, palms, syngonium and
philodendrons cordatum, hastatum,
imbe, hybrid "Orlando", pandurae-
forme and selloum.
A few of the many other plants
that will thrive indoors are Afri-
can violets, Chinese -evergreen, Rex


begonia, fittonia, wandering Jew, 1
jade plant, lady's eardrop and As-
paragus plumosus.
Chances are that a year-round
veteran gardener may- have some
trouble with indoor plantings, so
here are some tips on plant diagnu-
sis by Dr. E. W. McElwee, Univer-
sity 'of Florida ornamental horticul-
ture department head. ,
Brown tips or burned margins
of leaves indicate too muchi'ferti-
lizer, dried out plant roots,:';wind-
burn or cold injury. Yellowing and
dropping of leaves hint that the
soil fumes, gas fumes, chilling, ov-
er-watering, or poor drainage and
poor aeration may be the trouble.
.Small leaves indicate tight or
heavy soil, lack of fertilizer, or dry
soIl.
Weak gowth 'or light green or
yellow color to healthy foliage
maens either 'too intense light, lack
of fertilizer, root rot or possibly
root injury. Small leaves, long in-
ternodes could be caused from too
little light or too high temperature.
Adding as little water and ferti-
lizer as possible to keep plants
healthy and slow growing contrib-
utes to the success 'of indoor plants.
Dr. McElwee says that during
winter months, or during cold dark
days, plants absorb much- less fer-
tilizer than during warm sunny
weather. He suggests adjusting fer-
tilizer applications to the season
of the year.
Insects and diseases attack in-
door and outdoor plants alike. Care-
ful inspection of plants regularly
will catch these intruders 'at the
first sign. This will do more toward
saving your plants than -all the
chemicals you use after a great
deal of damage is done.
!Some of the bugs you may find
on your house plants are red spi-
der mites, thrips, whiteflies,. mealy
bugs, scales and aphids. In general,
malathion spray applications at ten-
-day intervals, will stop -an insect
pest 'attack.
Diseases to look for are stem
ard crown rots, leaf spots, ,powdery
milderw and blight. The best treat-
ment for stem and crown rots is to
cut away -all the diseased tissue and
then spray with copper fungicides.
The leaf .spot can usually be chedk-
ed by removing the infected leaves
as soon as you spot them.
The mildews are controlled by
dusting the plants with sulphur.
Blight has no practical :.ure. The
best bet is to burn the plant before
the ailment spreads to other plants.


Florida Achieves

Record Bond Sales

Walter C. Dodson, Chairiman if
the Volunteer Savings Bonds Conm-
.mittee for Port St. Joe, this, week
announced that Floridians had
achieved a 15-year peacetime record
in the purchase of :Series E and H
Savings Bonds. In the first eleven
months of 1961, purchases of $75,<
574,526 were nearly $4 million
more than in the full year of 19l',
This figure exceeds by $1.1 million
'the Treasury Department's assign-
ed quota of $74.4 million for the
'year 1961 and is nearly three-quar-
ters of a million'ahead of the pre-
vious eleven-month record estab-
lished in 1955. It also assures the
state of passing the 1955 full year
record figure of $80.3 million when
December sale figures are report-
ed.
Gulf County purchases which
have contributed importantly to
this record breaking achievement
;for the eleven months have been
$86,360 against 1961 goal of $107,-
000, Mr. Dodson added.


THE STAR, Port et. Jo*, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1961


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


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our heartfelt wish that this Christmas

c..-son brLigs y/uj peace a, d !app~nss.


St. Joe Pure Serv. |

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If found to .be economically fae- I "t .TAft, Port St Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1961
sible to construct the canal, it will
Army To Make Barge Canal Survey s Freddie Bowdoinl drmt Gordon was
and will include five locks to elim- founded in 1852 and is an Honor
Senate any 'adverse effects on ground r 'School with a. Senior ROTC unit
water levels. A pumping station P te to operated under the Departmet of
I The U. ,S. Army Corps of Engin- authorized by Congress under a at Silver Springs lock would re- the Army program.
eers has contracted with Arthur D. $195,000 appropriation is refine- ish water lost from the sum-
Little, Inc., of Boston, a nationally ment fo the *design including new mit pool as a result of lock oper-
known consulting firm, to make an cost estimates. nations, Army Engineers said.
____ ......economic evaluation of freight The Corps of Engineers in 1958 The Boston firm which will mak Frederick L. Bowdoin, he son
-sees! ~ transportation savings which might made its last previous study of tha the transportation study is widely of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bowdoin,
be expected to result from the pro- canal which would stretch from the recognized in the United States whose address is 2101 Long Ave-,
posed construction of the 185-mile St. Johns River in the vicinity of and has ade similar studies for e, Port St. Joe has been promot-
SCross Florid Barge Canal. MVIayport to the Gulf of Mexico at the Florida East Coast Railway ed to the rank of Private First
District Engineer Colonel J. V. Yankeetown. The 1958 study inid- and the Florida Development Com- Class in the Gordon Military Col-
Sollohub said representatives of cated that barge traffic could be mission lege ROTC unit.
"the consulting firm will start that expected from many far-distant Rank in the Cadet Corps at Gor-
portion of the survey immediately points via the Ohio River, Illinois don is achieved by academic and
CHRISTMAS CHEER and will make a report early in the River, Mississippi River and the. military progress of the individual
TO EVERYONE! Spring. Army Engineers are alrea-, Gulf and Atlantic Intracoastal Wa- PR NTING cadet. /"d 1- 0
TO VEY ONE! 4i aa' pdy receiving reports from prospec- terways. l H E STAR A junior college, ith a high
tive shippers Interested in develop- -h
ment of the canal. One manufactur- I _
HU LBUT GIFTSHOer reported that he expected to
URLBU IF SHO I n*barge 100,000 tons annually via the
waterway almost immediately and
,; predicted that his shipments would,
reach 250,000 tons within a few
years
A"Colonel Sollohub said that altho
the consulting firm will contact
(potential shippers in, the Jackson-'
ville area and as far west as New "' !
O / TUH Orleans and as far north as Chi- /
OF THE cago and New York, reports from
prospective shippers via the ca-
Snal are welcomed by the Corps of, ''
'S Engineers.
Meanwhile Army Engineers have.'
/ already started work on restudying
the canal to determine flood con-
trol and associated benefits, as
well as benefits which might result
f' rom recreation and fish 'and wild-
life. Anothe-rphase of the restudy


J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
Standard Oil Company


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Resolution

MHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County,
Florida, recognized the contribu-
tions of the Honorable J. L. Sharit,
late of Port St. Joe, Gulf County,
Florida; and
UHEREAS, the Honorable J. L.
Sharit has served with idstinction,
'dedication and honor the City of
Port St. Joe, the County of Gulf,
the State of Florida, and the Unit-
ed States of America as a faithful
-and untiring servant, with the high-
est morals and principles of govern-
ment; and
WHEREAS, his late passing
leaves this Board of County Com-
missioners, the citizens and resi-
dents of Port St. Joe and Gulf
County, and all who knew him a
void which will be long remember-
ed; and
WHEREAS, his many outstand-
ing achievements as a leader will
be long remembered and enjoyed;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED by the Board of County
Commissioners in regular session,
this 12th day of December, 1961,
that this resolution be adopted in
memory and honor of his leadership
and most outstanding citizen.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that.a copy of this resolution be
spread upon the minutes of the
Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, and that a
copy thereof be mailed to Mrs. J.
L. :Sharit, widow of the late Hon-
orable J. L. Sharit, and that copies
thereof ibe mailed to the City Com-
mission of the City of Port St. Joe,
and to all the newspapers and ra-
dio station in Gulf County, Florida.
ADOPTED this 12th day of De-
cember, 1961.
E. C. HARDEN, Sr.
Chairman, Board of
County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
ATTEST:
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court


Resolution

WHEREAS, on the 10th day of
December, 1961, our Heavenly Fa-
ther saw fit to take Joseph L.
Sharit to his eternal rest, and
WHEREAS, this regretted death
removed a respected and beloved
member of this organization; one
who, at all times, was interested*
in the welfare of the citizens, the
community and the State of Flor-
ida; who gave unstintingly of his
time to public -service, and
WHEREAS, it is fitting that the
ObChamber of Commerce of Apalachi-
cola and Franklin County should
pay tribute to his excellent quall-
ties and warm friendship over the
years and adopt a Resolution re-
gretting the passing and loss of
such a valuable member.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED by the Apalachicola
Ohalmber of t commerce that we
pay honor to the memory of Joseph
L. Sharit and express our sorrow
and great sense fo loss to the mem-
bers of his bereaved familY.
ADOPTED in open meeting this
11th day of December, 1961.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Apalachicola Chamber
of Commerce
ER. E. CONNELL, Pres.


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THE~ STAR, Pon Jo%,Fla.THURSDAY, DECEMBER-21, .961.


Merr yThristmas

TO ALL OUR. LOYAL CUSTOMERS

WOOLFORD'S SERVICE STATION


an& ,


YULETIDE BLESSINGS TO ONE AND ALL.


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Sarah Goes Home for Christmas,

Hastened by New March of Dimes


"Can I go home for Christmas?"
That is the plea of tens of thousands 'of hospitalized
children at this time of year. Too often the doctor's
answer must be a regretful, "no."
But among the lucky ones who made it last Christmas
was Sarah Rauchbauer, 7, of St. Paul, Minn. After seven
long months of racking,
pains due to rheumatoid
arthritis, Sarah posed the dog Mitzy might do Sarah
question to her doctors at more good than the hospital.
question to her doctors at So we sent her packing."
the University of Minne- The experiment was success-
sota Children's Rheumatism ful. Now Sarah is home for her
Clinic, which is supported second Christmas since she fell
by the March of Dimes. ill. She returns to the clinic
once every three months for a
Tha doctors hesitated to say checkup. She still limps slight-
yes because Sarah had been ly (yet note her carefree jig,
making such good progress in lower left, on arriving home
the hospi'a.]-ater b ing a very for good; and the joyous em-
sick litUe girl, and in great brace she gave Mitzy, upper
pain, for many dreary days and left).
nights. In addition to The National
P Finally, Dr. Homer Veant";rs Foundation March .of Dimes'
(above, ri~ it) careCully e: am- grant which made Sarah's treat-
ined the child again, (on,2'.d ment possible, the voluntary
with his colleagues, and de- health group has made other.
cided to gamble. grants to its research study
"Wereasoned that fulfi21m -'ac-" in arthritis and birth
of our little patient's longing to Lder~cc as pat of a program
be home for Christmas with financed by contributions of
her mother and .falthr, her ili American people to the
brothers and sisters .:'d her '.arch of Dimes each January.


BOWLING NEWS

By Robert Kerrigan, Sec. and Williams had to roll of for the
On Monday night the Merchant's turkey as they had a tie for total
League had their Chritsmas ,party. pins. Muirdock rolled eight pins
There were four -turkeys and 20 and Williams rolled nine pins in
prizes given away 'for high games, the roll-off frame. Jimmyn will have
High series, most strikes, most turkey f6orChristmas..._
spares, most splits and several Pridgeon's Agency -seems to have
other peculiar games. gotten over their bad luck as they
On alleys one and two, Murdock took three points from Phillip's
"66" after dropping the first game.
I M' ~Williams was high for the losers
IK E Uwith a 488. Murdock, for the second
week in a row had a 500 series with
ARKE a 522 for the winners.
1A R K ET On alleys three and four, Medlin
of Stone's Bar team had little
N HIGHWAY 71) trouble winning the turkey rolling
a 546 which also helped Stone's
take three points from the Custom
TURDAY, DEC. 23 Shop. Billy Joe Richards rolled a
big 213 in the secondzgame to help
Custom Shop win their -only game
IT FOR CHRISTMAS of the night. Billy had a 481 for
Varieties a A total pins 'as the high man. Pat
IT bu Kelly 'tried to helpMedlin for

BIG VALUE coming Pylant's Team tried to stop
the front running Woolford team.
APPLES, GRAPEFRUIT Bobby Shaw rolled 'a 493 and Mc-
Clain had a 488 for Pylant's but
rines and Tangelos nothing could stop the big Wool-
ford guns with Jim Boyer rolling a
A S It 487, Bob Kerrigan hitting a 529,
S with five splits in a bad third game
| 3 BAGS $ 1 and then after a low 140 game,
Don Huffman came back with a
191 and a 203 for 534 for the night.
FLA. GRADE 'A' FRESH Thus Woolford took all four points
and moved another game out in
g s front of the second place Pat's
fe& r ******"""""""


I or More Grocery Order


Introduction Offer Water Ground
SHEPARD'S
CORN MEAL 5 lb. 39c
Best Flavor by Taste Vine Ripe LB.

Tomatoes lOc
GARDEN FRESH LB.
BUTTER BEANS
White Acre Peas
Garden PEAS ib 1

SPARKLERS box 10c
TWO TRUCK LOADS OF
CHRISTMAS FRUIT
and Christmas Trees
Displayed At Old Creech Bros. Laundry
In Port St. Joe


Wonder Bar team. McClain won
the turkey by nine pins over Kerri-
gan.
On alleys seven and eight, Pate's
Shell Service attempted to halt the
march of the Pat's Wonder Bar
team. After dropping the first two
games Pate's came back and took
the third game but the total pins
Pat's had rolled in the first two
wins were too much and Pat's took
three points for the match. B. L
Mobley took the turkey with a 521.
Jake Koller joining the league for
the first time had *a 523 as high
man for Pat's. Looks like Jake
might take Bob Joyce's place as
big hammer for Pat's now.
Bill Tew, returning to action
after an operation had 'a slow start
but had a nice 183 for his third
game helping Pate's win the game.
He was high man for Pate's with
a 424. Nice to see you back, Bill.
The St. Joe lanes owner, Wayne
Smith gave away a bowling bag in,
a contest which was won by Ray
Medlin of Stone's Bar team.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Team W 1 Pot.
Woolford's 46 10 .821
Pat's Wonder Bar 35% 20% .634
Custom Shop 30 26 .536
Pylant's :Shop 26 30 .464
Stone's Bar 25 31 .446
Pate's Shell Serv. 24 32 .429
Pridgeon's Agey. 19% 36% .3481
Prillip's "66" 18 38 321
The League will resume bowling
on January 8, 1962.

JOB PRINTING
THE STAR


Party Slated for College Students
There will be a Christmas par- case someone was inadvertently
:y December 22 at St. James Par- missed with an invitation, they are
ish House at 7:30 p.m. for all col- urged to attend and ,bring a friend.
iC-l students home from theMRF --
lege students home for the holi- UHOP AT HOME
days. Invitations have been sent -K
by St. James Churchwomen but in ATTEND PTA




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WSI4..BEST WISHES
This is the time when joy fills
the air and men come together in
a spirit of good fellowship.. .when
we wish all of our friends a very

MERRY CHRISTMAS

COSTING'S


Kennedy Electric & Refrigeration


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Only A bad Dog Can Stop Phtman

After the Elements Bow to His Duty

There was once a Greek histor- appointed rounds."
itn named Herodotus who said of "Apparently Herodotus didn't
the p6stmene of his day that "Neith- know about dogs," says Postmaster
er snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor Chauncey Costin. "Or maybe he
gloom of night stays these couriers did know about them but found that
trom the swift completion of their they had a pleasanter disposition

SATURDAY ONLY

City Restaurant

5 HAMBURGERS $1 20
With Everything On It... To Go
MILK SHAKE-- 30c


1f th6W Sii kid tiia do their
tnet1 faIn otut more eivilized s
clety. If Herodotas era' writlign
about miaill carriers today, he
would probably record posterity
that 'No force on earht except odgs
can prevent these worthy public
servants from completing their im-
portant tasks'. "
Looked at historically or current-
ly, soberly or facetiously, dogs are
not always man's best friend. In
their proper place, they merit all
of the poetic compliments paid
them through the ages. But their
proper place is not gnawing on the
tenderest part of the mailman's
calf or clinging with complete de-
dication to the seat of his pants.
The eternal conflict between
dogs and the .postal service would
make some sense ift the postman,
were an enemy of the dog's fam-
ily. But the postman is among the
family's best friends. All he ever
seeks is the opportunity to serve
his patrons well.
So if any of you who read this
appeal have a dog, enjoy him
thoroughly, but please don't make
the mailman's life miserable in the
process. He too deserves reason-


FlOMtda Commercial Banks Nearly 1o ..t
S* "Prida begau the .dcdea&With
Double in Assets In the Past Decade 199 ucie oYnerda baAnk By
mid-1961 the number had grown to
318. Nine new banks were added
Florida commercial banks more being up about three and one half during the first six months of this
than doubled thei assets during times from the comparable 1950 year. Nationally the number of
the past decade, the Florida State figure. banks decreased by about 700 dur-
Chamber of Commerce reported "Deosits in Florida banks rose ing the decade."
this week. "Deposits in Florida banks rose eca
"In June of this year, total assets 138 per cent to $4.8 billion during
of lorida banks reached $5.3 billion, the ten years while nationally de- Thrift Shop Lists Workers
a gain of 146 per cent over the 1950. posits gained 49 per cent. Demand
figure. The national increase was deposits of business firms and indi- For Next Three Months
54 per cent. Investments of Florida 'viduals in Flordia amounted this
banks totaled $2.1 billion at mid- year to $2.5 billion (twice the 1950 The Hospital Auxiliary lists the
year, double the 1950 figure com- figure) and time deposits amounted i following Thrift Shop workers for
pared with a 10 per cent gain na- to $1.3 billion, almost four times the the months of January, February
tionally. 1950 figure. Trends 'during the first and March.
"Loans and discounts came to $2 six months of 1961 show that de- January 6: Mrs. Lamar Hardy
billionn in Florida, four mes he mand deposits in Florida dipped'and Mrs. Earl Atchison.

and industrial establishments stood SANDS
at $669.9 million; to individuals at GULF SANDS RESTAURANT
$668 million and on real estate at
$439 million this year, each figure NOW OPEN -- 7:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.
able comfort and security tn his Fine Food Excellent Service
work. And the taxpayer is entitled
to relief from the 'heavy medical AT ST. JOE BEACH
costs imposed by dog bites.
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D A N LE Y


F U'RN ITU'RE


CO.


Wayne and Dorris Buttram Vivian Bateman
PRINCE and PRINCESS SHOP Wilbur Morris J. C. Laney Wesley Smith
I Elbert Norris 1
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GOOD WILL TOWARD ALL MEN
SMay the Star of Bethlehem light
our way to a lasting peace
during this holy Christmas season.

THAMES JEWELRY and GIFTS


fmN :tAlA, part 6. "00, 6l

January 13: Mrs. R. H. Mclntosh

and Mrs. Lawrence Bissett.
January 20: Mrs. Joe Hendrix
and Mrs. Phillip Chatham.
Jaunary 27; Mrs. Henry Stykes
and Mrs. Herman Dean.
February 3; Mrs. Robert King
and Mrs. Calvin Floyd.
February 10: Mrs. George An-
chors and Mrs. Cecil Curry.
February 17: Mrs. Walter Dod-
son and Mrs. H. E. Richards.
February 24: Mrs. S. B. Shuford
and Mrs. Milton Chafin.
,March 3: Mrs. Silas Stone and
Mrs. George Tapper.
-March 10: Mrs. Robert Major
and Mrs. William Whaley.
March 17: Mrs. H. C. Brown and
Mrs. Roy Gibson, *Jr.
March 24: Mrs. William Wager
and ,Mrs. Will Ramsey.
March 31: Mrs. Dave Jones and
Mrs. Briggs Scisson.
Pick-up and marking committee:
Mrs. Milton Anderson, Mrs. Law-
rence Bowen and Mrs. John Slajer.
The Auxiliary wishes to thank
G. f. Lawrence of Costin's Depart-
ment Store for his generous contri-
butions of marking tags and mer-
chandise to the Thrift Shop.

AMERICAN FAMILY
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Cancer Accident
Hospitalization Life
Charles R. Garraway, Jr.
District Manager
Phone HiU 2-4054 Marianna
Mrs. E. M. Gay
Licensed Representative
Phone 227-3078 Port St. Joe


FOR EXPERT

Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
IT'S
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COMPANY
DIAL BAllI 7-4331


May the spirit of
peace be with youl
223 XG'61 Form 18

City Restaurant


St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.
Since 1945


A NEW ONE'S IN ORBIT
Things change, but our mes-
sage is a good old-fashioned.
"Happy New Year.",-


Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Roche's Furniture and Appliance Co.


PRAYERFULLY
WE EXTEND
fHIS WISH AT
CHRISTMAS


Johnnie's Trim Sho


Corner Secondand ,Reid


0. M. WEBB STORES


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GRC CIRGGS

A cheery hello to all our many
friends, with warmest wishes for
vyery happy Cbristmncr season!

ST. JOE ICE COMPANY
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THI STAR, Pirt St. Joe, tia. .TH-URSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1961

Governor Notifies All 49 States of
New Florida Driver License Law


TALLAHASSEE Florida driv-
ers traveling outside the state with
licenses showing an expiration date
of September, 1961, need have no
fears over arrest for possession of
an invalid license.
Gov. Farris Bryant has written
the governors of all 49 states ask.
ing that they notify their law en-
forcement personell of a new Flor-
ida law providing for two year. li-
cense renewals during the driver's
birth month. The transition from
the yearly expiration period to the
new system will not be complete
until after August, 1962.
Bryant -wrote the governors after
many Florida motorists reported
encountering difficulty in other
states carrying -a license that ap-
pears to have expired. Motorists
capn Qbtain a validation certificate
from .their county judge showing
the new license but it is not re-
quired..


Bryant said 45 of the governors
have responded, -assuring full co-
operation by their states in not de-
laying Florida motorists. Only Mis-
sissippi, New -Mexico, Oklahoma
and West Virginia have not been
heard from and Bryant said he
feels these states failed to respond
only .because they are circulating
his letter among law officers.
"The prompt and courteous re-
sponse given our request by nmy
fellow governors is typical of the
constant exchange of information
and continuous cooperation between
the states," Bryant said. "Few citi-
zens can realize, the many mutual
problems the states solve them-
selves without recourse to federal
or other authority. It has been in-
teresting to -note that most gover-
nors in. responding to our letter
spoke highly of the benefits of our
nrew licensing system."


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ith reverent hearts we pay tribute to Him


S'n this Christmas and hope that His teachings qfPeac

n Earth and Good Will to Men will find expressioP

throughout the world. May your family enjoy th,,

many rich blessings of Christmas!


ST'. JOE AUTO PARTS


Kenneth Sandefur Joe Stevens Dick Lamherson


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TO OUR iJIENDS:
We hope your Christmas is a meriy one -
;.Chock-full of cheer and lots of fun!



Hennessey Oil Company


PHILLIP'S "66"


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At BOYS PEACE of MIND at BOYLESi

ENTIRE STOCK -- HOP I t's A Reckless, Cost Forgotten
Ladies S P Christmas Riot Salel
Entire Stock Men's and Boys
COATS and SUITS BYE. Fine Quality
also' IFOR JACKETS

CHILDREN'S COATS BEST ad
REDUCED
10%to % GI1FT SUBURBAN COATS
10% to O33Y/3%o 1 RE C E D
UB R B REDUCED
Every style carefullp selected from BUYS :
the market's top values. A real 1 t
Riot of .Savingal I I '

Hard to believe but true
Lovely, sheer ENTIRE STOCK
Y L N E Now, A Riot Group of
NYLON HOSE Natural Bridge Dress and Casual LADIES HATS

pair 39c S H E S Reduced 20%
SFor women .who care. Were up to $12.00. "
Full fashioned. The season's new RIOT PRICE These are the season's newypt tyles. Mos
est shades. Sizes 8Y2 to 11. styles received in December.

A Remarkable Group Famous for fit and quality. Black, otter and BEST BUYS AT BOYQ S.
Icies brown. Men's Plaid Flannel
Ladies Rayon Quilted and brown. Men's Plaid Finel,
Cordulette A VERY SPECIAL GROUP S P 0 R T .S HIRTS
DUSTERS Laides' Dress
I TERSHOES $4.85 2for $3.00
RIOT9 ($5.00 Inc. Tax),ty
PRICE All new Fall '61 styles, style plus quality. Lull cut, senforize.. New color a.r en. '
3# 9 Some sold up to $8.991 .
New styles, favorite colors. LUXURIOUSLY LACE TRIMMED Prces-Sloshed for Christips i
BRIEFS Si!"
A Fabulous Group of for Miss and Mrs. Entire Stock Men's and Boys
100% Wool Ladies pairs $1,00 FINE SWEATERS
S I T You'd expect to pay 79c pr. Fine quality
SIt I 1 J tricot rayon.. Reduced A/ .
SAN-SOUCI TAILORED 10% I TO 33,'
Already record priced, now B R I E F S $1.00"
10 / r ... ..__ __ I Were $2.99 to $12.99. Arena, Campus, Van
S10% OFF It's A Christmas Rioit At Boyles! Heusen qualities.
~I ~ _~ _~ _~ I Boy's Plaid Flannel -"I .. '" ..'-"
Famous brands Boys i SHOP THE EASY FRIENDLY,
SPO RT SHIRTS HELPFUL WAY WITH BQYEI ..
Cost's forgotten in this Big
Christmas Riot Sale! 1 20 IT'S A RIOT SALE ON
Tailored and lace trimmed JL*A39IC AAfAT UDT
a: Fine Cotton Flannel i ME'i. W EtAI !llll/
IFin- CWere up to $1.99. No where can you match MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS
; j^ f Ithis buy! '
owns ,his I Were $1.29
Regular and 97c

N" W 2 for $ 9

PA Y CAS A /Medium and hea-
You'd pay $2.99 vy weight. White
each elsewhere- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA PHONE 227-4261 or grey. All sizes.


Oak Grove Assembly of Ged Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .... 10:00 A.*.,
MORNING WORSHIP 41,: Q A.M.
CHRISTIAN CADETS .......- 6:15 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 P.M.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) --.......--. 7:30 P.M.


You Aie 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.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 p.m.

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ea4tis Explantheed To Rotary HE
c : .. key Thomison and Da-vid Nance
of the Port St.: Joe High SchooL
Sion d To R The Rotaiansi ea^ch- brought a
toy to be distributed to unfortun-
ate children of the- area by the
Don Rutland, .n charge of the Rutlani presented 4 tWo-fold pro- from missile shots from Eglin Air dar tracking. The missile is equip- Boy Scouts at their -annual Chrlst-
Vitro Sres- operation at Cape gram; telling the club of the scope Force Base. ped with several sending sets that nias party tor these children this
A Bla Apoke to the Rotary of Vitros operations and explaining Rutrand said that the Egllin-Gulf sends out temperature, stress, vi- past Monday night.
C3IS las't1htsday noon at their how the San Blas station extracts Test Range is only one of many bration, fuel consumption, speed, ----
r e eia ngr e g and tralnamits formation taken facets of the Vitro operation. The and any -number of bits of informa-
r.ar concern is a world-wide operation tion in mathematical codes. All of
S ... ': :: and deals in engineering, mining, the different bits of information is 'ir rn lt
M construction, operation and plan- taken aboard a single magnetic
Invite T In ning of complicated or detailed ob- tape and left up to computers to T "
We Invite You To Come in Jects. "unscramble" and put in printed
and See Our New Everyday and In the Eglin-Gulf Test Range, form, where trained engnieers de- i
Vitro employs approximately 1,000 code what the mathematical im- ti i d
CHRISTS GS men with headquarters at Eglin Air pulse meant in the missile'soper-
G T Force Base. The mission of the men action. i
SSELECT YOUR ITEMS NOW FOR CHRISTMAS is to operate the range which takes Rutland said that an ordinary Ii I et
S PHONE YOUR DAILY "DRUG NEEDS AND information from missiles shot in missile, traveling at twice the speed .
PICKI UP AT OUR DRIVE-IN WINDOW test operations. of sound, sends out a check 1m- Twelfth Night,. or .Epi-.
Spulse on components being check- phany, is marked withmany
T Pa Spaces Reservedforour Prescription to understand was therest, and differenicult ed about every 20 feet of travel. customs, ceremonies and
pai'kng Spaces Bak Doror Pnderstand was the different This serves to show the rapid fire legends throughout the
Customers at our Back Door types of mathematics used in ob- transmission of information that l Fen h o
Staining information from missiles e received, recorded, and nch.andSwiss
M IT H'S P HARM A C Y andthe complicated gadetry usde later recorded. Rutland showed the children, -for example, look
Transmitting decoding Rotarians a computers sorting of forward to the pastry they
SPhone 2Information taken fro missile that completely covered a bean, coin or china figure
missile by radio signal and by ra- twc 11 by 17 inch sheets of paper. is hidden. Whoever gets the
__ ___.....__S_ B-.ignals sent out by a missile prize, is crownedking of the
are in a binary numbering system; is crowned king of th
U......: uiLOi:r that is, using only two digits in, a faly .
10.LI.. WHAT WE VE certain sequence. The binary num- Epiphany means "ap-
Sbers take a line of sequence like pearance" and comnemo-
the common ten digits, but gain rates the visit of the Three
G O T FO R another decimal place every two Wise Men to the Infant
Numbers instead of every ten and
iB.Wr Jesus. Their arrival was
use only a 0 and a 1, thusly: 0, 1, arrival was
10, 11, 100, 101, 111, 1000, 1001, etc. proof to believers that
This is transposed to a octal num- Christ the Saviour was born.
being system which adds -a digit During the Middle Ages,
every eight numbers, such as; 0, Epiphany or Twelfth Night,
---VWCH R ISTM A S 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 10, etc. Then the a commemoate with
Information Is tarnsposed into or-
-dgtnubr p : lays presented in churches.
Sdinary -digit numbers.Sole observes large
___ W OrRutland said that these differ-e
ent numbering systems were used disappeared in Elizabethan
Sdue 'to ascertaining and transmitt- England, and this became
ng facts by machine (which can't a time for revelry.
think) Instead of by man. The num- Shakespeards "Twelfth
Ebering systems lend themselves ea-
e Cash Payroll Checkser to machine diagnosis and trans Night" reflects this mood.
mission. Historians say it was prob-
While each missile shot -gives ably presented in a com-
Spiles of information to be looked imand performance at White-
over, it is all painstakingly gleaned I Palace on January 6,
by engineers to see how their 1601.
"bird" acted In comparison to the
Away it was designed to act. It is interesting to note
LAS MI U TIE that January 6th was first
S. observed as 'Christ's birth-.
PAMPER HER WITH GIFT TV Repair ay. January 6th was the
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CARP'S FINEST QUALITY to commemorate the,, com-
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HO-S
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Beatifully lace. trimmed. Cap sleeves and sleeve-. Lovely new handbags in the seoa
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': stunning little clutch bags to
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Men'
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Yuletide Joy
Tidings of cheer to
each and every onel

Pridgeon Insurance
Agency


SEASON'S. GREETINGS
To all our good friends and their
loved ones, we extend our
;i:nclrest wishes for a Christmas
season filled with cheer.


FULLER SUPPLY COMPANY


AT THIS HOLY CHRISTMAS SEASON,
WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES.

GENE'S GULF SERVICE


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trays. Butter bin and tray. 2 "pantry door"
shelves. Full-width crisper. New magnetic door
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *


FOR RENT: Two bedroom 'house.
$35.00 month. Also, two bedroom
hope, $45.00 monthly. Both unfur-
nished. See Bill Carr or phone 227-
8111. tfec
FOR RENT: Unfurnished -two bed-
room apartment. 617 Woodward
Ave. $45.00 per month. Call or write
--Gene Halley, 2108 Croydon Dr., Tal-
lab ssee, Office .phone 222-0550, ext.
349, home phone, 385-3139.- tfc


FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-
ment at 706 Wiodward Ave. For
information call 227-3941. 4tp-11-30


FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom
furnished first floor apartment.
12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481
or 227-4261. tfc-11-30


FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room house at 1305 Woodward
Ave., circulating oil heater. $60.00
per month. Call B. C. Gaillard, ph.
227-7396. tfc-11-23
FOR RENT: Unfurnished newly
decorated two bedroom house.
Carport, laundry and storage. Ph.
227-8536. tic-10-26


TELEPHONE 227-4191
Sunday, Friday, Holidays 2:45 P.M.
Monday through Thursday 4:45 P.M.
Saturday Only 12:45 P.M.

THURSDAY and FRIDAY


SATURDAY ONLY


S D OUfll n The mightiest man
ULIIULU. who ever lived!


FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished
apartment. Available after first
of year, Phone 227-5771. tfc-12-21
FOR SALE: Registered German
Shepard puppies. 1907 Long Ave.
FOR SALE: Lots. 3 miles from
town. 75' x 110', $500 each. 50' x
150' $350 each. Special, 79%' x 239'
only $500. See James Johnson,
Jonesville Subdivision. 6tp-11-30
FOR SALE: Acre of land at Over-
street. Call Union Finance Co.
FOR SALE: One bedroom and two
bedroom houses in Oak Grove.
Contact Sam Neel, Ingram Service
Station, 3arrabelle, Phone 697-
8990. tic-10-19
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated
house. Hardwood floors, wired for
Air conditioner and electric stove.
Corner lot, 302 16th St., $8.500.
$57.21 monthly payments. FHA fi-
nancing. $300 down payment plus
FHA closing costs. Write or call
collect Bne Dickens, 1101 Peidmont
Drive, Tallahassee, Florida. Phone
885-1015. tfec
'FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
2 bedroom brick home, 1031 Long
Ave. Also two story, two bedroom
stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone
648-4128, J. A. Mira.


FOR SALE

1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico
Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot.
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath.
Priced at only $10,975.00.
2. Large frame house, over 2,000
tt. of floor space on five acres of
land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,-
600.
3. 3-bedroom house, 1 bath, car-
port and utility room, on Marvin
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
assume balance of $9,461.56 pay-
able at $7T.00 per month.
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for
fish camps and retirement homes.
Terms arranged to suit you.
5. Lots to reale at St. Joe Beach.
1 block from -water. Reasonable
terms.
6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good
investment opportunity.
7. 320 acres of woodland, six
miles South of Wew-ahitohka. Ap-
proximateby 300 acres planted in
4-year old pine ees.
8. New 'three ,bedroom homes un-
der construction on Cypress Ave-
aue. $500 down, payments, approxi-
mately $80.00 per month. FHA.
9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660
each. Terms.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
C. W. Long, Salesman
Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave.
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom house with
den, separate dining room, cen-
tral heating, carpet and new blinds '
Included. Large tree shaded cor-
ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone
227-8751. ttc-8-24


FOR SALE
Three bedroom house with
breezeway, garage and oak floors.
On 90x1-65 ft. lot on Garrison Ave.
To sell for only $350. down plus
'closing cost. Balance on PHA loan.
Two bedroom masonry house on
Marvin Ave. Total cost only $6,800.
Terma.,
Have an old house on Seventh
Street located on two very nice
lots. Can sell for only $5,000. The
lots alone are worth half the price.
New three bedroom house on Mc-
Clellan Ave. Only $10,000. Terms.
Two bedroom house with 150 ft.
well in White City. Can sell for
small down payment and 'balance
like reLt
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broleer
221 Reid Ave. Ph. 227-3491


Good condition. $295.00. Call 227-
3151 or 227-3551.
WANTED: Anyone interested in
getting rid of a part boxer puppy
call 227-3281. ltp
WANTED: Attractive young lady
to serve our guests. Must be ex-
perienced first class waitress over
21. Apply in person. Gulf Sands
Restaurant.
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
nick expert service. tto
PLANNING TO MOVE? Let us help
you. Free estimates in town or
anywhere in the USA. W erepre-
sent MAYFLOWER, nationwide
movers. Experienced and qualified
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
Monument Ave. Phone 227-4051.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and- third Tu esda y
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Out your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin.
son, Phone 7-7501.
THERE WILL BE a regular comn-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodgeo
No. 111, F&AM every first ana
hird Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited
SR. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd 'and 4th Mondays. All visit.
ing brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Danlell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.


WANTED
SALESMAN-COLLECTOR
Steady, sober man. Free re-
tirement plan. Group insur-
ance plan. Substantial salary
plus commissions. Experience
desired but not essential. Mail
application in own handwrit-
ing, stating full particulars to
P. 0. Box 308, Port St. Joe.

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
IN RE: Esta'e of
MANNING BRYANT SMITH,
deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: DONALD W. SMITH, whose
address is: 674 Riverside Ter-
race, Orangeburg, South Carolina
You are hereby notified that a
petition has been filed in said
Court praying for the appointment
of Tom Fleming Smith as Adminis-
rator of the 'above 'estate and you
are hereby required to file your
written defenses thereto within
forty (40) days after the first pub-
lication and posting hereof. Should
you fail therein, decree will .be en-
tered in due course upon said pe-
tition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of 'said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this 19th day of
Dceember, A. D. 1961.
SAM P. HUSBAND,
County Judge 4t-12-21
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FOR SALE: Used piano, Wurlitzer
studio upright. Has damp chaser. Advertising Pays- Try it


SUNDAY through WEDNESDAY


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bins. 4 ice cube trays. Twin crispers. Thinwall
fiberglas insulation. Porcelain interior food liner.
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Eta Upsilon Meeting : 'prt of it. Each pair of shakers lector is a' wonderfull hobby and
efecs Christmas Spirit ., holds a story .behind it. Her collec- everyone tn a sense, Is one. It can
SMSmas t tion started when she was eight bring you money, is something that
The second December meeting of years old with a set she won at a can be passed down through gener.
Eta Upslon chapter of eta Si- carnival. Her mlle pair is an nations and can be enjoyed and lad-
ma Phi met in the home of. Mrs. inch high .and her largest pair is mired by all.
Jerry Ward on Marvin Avenue. the size of grapefruits. She has Mrs. Ward served fruit colktall
sets from all over the United
Her home truly reflected the set from all over the nited torte with whipped cream and cof-
Christmas spirit. States and many -foreign countries. fee and tea.
Members each brought food do- She also has a collection of glas- The group enjoyed the meeting
nations to go into a basket for 'ses and dishes. She stated a col- and the hospitality of this hostess.


some needy family at Christmas.
Roll call was answered with the
repeating of each member's favor-
ite Bible verse.
Thanks were made 'to the spon-
sor, Mrs. Berhice Wager, for a gift
certificate from the International
Office Gift Shop.
A report was given on the bake
sales -also on the selling of the cans
of candy.
The cultural program was pre-,
sented by Mrs. Jerry Ward and
was entitled, "The Collector". Mrs.
Ward is a collector and certainly
presented a -most interesting pro-
gram. Mrs. Ward has a 'collection
of salt and pepper shakers which
number in the 'hundreds. She has
shelves that cover coie compete
wall to display her collection, or


THE GULF SANDS RESTAURANT

Will Be Closed All Day
CHRISTMAS DAY

Open as usual 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. again on
Tuesday, December 26
Serving Regular Dinners Fresh Seafoods
U. S. Choice Steaks

Many Thanks for Your ,Continued Patronage

MERRY CHRISTMAS
THE GEORGE HULLS


Flash -Cameras


TO BE .GIV.EN AWAY




Saturday Dec. 23


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PHONE 227-4291


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Thursday) --...--. 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School ------ 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship ---- .---. 1 1,:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Comfortably AIr-Conditioned


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:. THE STAR
b Ilhed Ev e ThuTsday At 30, Williame Avene, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing COompmny
WESLEY R. BkMSEY Edftor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesnem, Photographer, Columnlet, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALu 7-3161
Entered ks second-class matter, December 19, 196, at the Postotfice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, de At of Mach 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADM$ANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50


TO ADVERTISERS-In case of errr or omissions tn advertl emeAts, the publishers
do not hotd themselves liable tor damage further than amount received for sch
advertisement.
IU spoken word ir gTen scant attention; the printed word is thouglUWlly
weighed. The spoken worbair ia asserts; the printed word thoroughly oonvinc.
The spoken word is lost; the prited word .emalnfM
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl.L THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1961


i is our I
holiday wish !
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Your good health, and
the good health of your
whole family, should top
the holiday list. At the
first sign of any seasonal
ailment such as a cold,
see your doctor immedi-
ately. If a prescription is
needed, bring it to us
for prompt, dependable
service.
SA

Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzetts Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida

Mrs. Roxie A. Pridgeon
Passes Away Monday
,Mrs. Roxie Ann Pridgeon, age 78,
of Fourth Street, Highland 'View,
passed away at 8:50 p.m. Monday,


Bowling News
Philco Corporation and St. Joe
Motors both went on the warpath
last week and dropped their oppo-
nents in the dust. Philco survived
a first game pounding by Costin's
to come back and level the league
leaders in their tracks. Jake Koller
was big gun for the losers rolling
a 575 series. Jake also rolled a new
high game for the league hitting a
267. Jim "Big Ten" Black was the
big gun for Philco rolling a 510 ser-
ies. Melton and Darlin were close
by with 499 and 495.
St. Joe Motor put their team in
low gear and out-raced Floyd's
Chevrolet to take four big points.
This puts St. Joe Motor in a good
position to "take over" if its able
to get by Philco and Costin's.
"Whitey" Whitehurst rolled high
for the Fordmen with 460.
SJPC office got tired of the cel-
lax and pulled Florida National
Bank down three big points. The
office team rolled their high series
while the Bankers tried to keep up.
Bob "never a doubt" Kerrigan rol-
led a 564 for the losers.
Michigan Chemical took the first
two games from Vitro and stayed
close the last game in order to get
three points from the missile men.
Bob Shaw rolled a new league ser-
ies of 577 to take high honors. Ray
Medlin rolled 534 in. the victory for
-Michigan. Mike Munn helped a lot
with his high of 482.
The -Commercial League now
na n1 tn more weeks of bowl-


December 18 at the home of her ing in the first half of its season.
daughter, Mrs. Luther Christmas. After this half is over the entire
She is survived by three sons, league will ,start fresh with new
Emmette Pridgeon of Charleston, won-loss records.
South Carolina; George Pridgeon League standings are as follows:
of Fitzgerald, Ga., and Tony Prid- Team W L
geon- of Highland View; three Costin's 29 19
daughters, Mrs. Pauline Christmas Michigan Chemical 27 21
of Highland Viwe; Mrs. Mary Hut- Philco Corp. S9 22
tchenson of Tampa and Mrs. Nlly St. Joe Motor 26 22
-.Mobley of Fitzgerald, Georgia a Floyd Chevrolet 23 25
host of grandchildren and great Florida Nat. Bank 2Z 26
grandchildren. SjpC Office 21 27
Funeral services will be held to. Vitro Services 18 30
da from the Primitive Baptist 'TONIGHT'S MATCHES
Church in Fitzgerald, Georgia. SJPC Office Staff vs. Vitro, al-
Comforter Funeral Home of Port leys one and two.
St. Joe was in charge of local ar- Florida National Bank vs Michi-
rangements. gan Chemical, alleys three and


WATTS ASSIGNED
TO NEW MEXICO
Captain and Mrs. Jack Watts
and daughter Susan left this past
week for his new assignment at
Walker Air Force Base, Roswell,
New Mexico.
Mrs. Watts and Susan have been
living here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Porter while
Captain Watts was stationed in
Alaska.
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Nazarene Church To
Present Xmas Program
The Church of the Nazarene will
present their Christmas program


four.
:St. Joe Motor vs Philco, alleys
five and six.
Costing's vs. Floyd's, -alleys seven
and eight.

Intramural Cage
Schedule Set
By DAVID PORTER
The Intramural Board has set
up an intramural boys basketball
schedule in which there are ten
-home rooms participating. There
are three teams which are tied for
first place after two weeks of play;
these are 9-A, 12-B and 10-D which


Sunday night at 8:00 p.m. The title have 2-0 records. So far there has
of the program is "Make Room for been good sportsmanship and live-
Christmas". ly competition which we hope wilt
The public is invited, continue.
,Mrs. Jess Mamoran is chairman No girls games will be scheduled
of the program. until after the Christmas holidays.
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