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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
-THURSDAY; November 24, 1960
Thanksgiving Services At
Church of the Nazarene
St. Joe Ministerial
The Port 'St. Joe Ministerial al-
liance will sponsor their seventh
annual Thanksgiving service this
-morning (Thursday) in the auditor<_
ium of the Church of the Nazarene.
Services will ,begin at 9:30 a.m.
with the organ prelude by Miss
Martha Blackwell. The Call to Wor-
ship. will .be given by Rev. J. C.
Odum, pastor of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church. Responsive Read-
ing will be led' by Rev. George Mil-
ler, pastor of the Faith Bible
Church. The Thanksgiving .Prayer
will be led by Rev. Boyd B. Under-
wood, pastor of the Presbyterian
Church. Rev. Harry L. Babbit, pas-
tor of St. James' Episcopal Church
will give 'the benediction. The song
service will [be led 'by Rev. Hubert
White, pastor of the 'Pentecostal
Rev. J. .C. Carmichael, .pastor of
the First Methodist -Church of Port
St. Joe will give the Thanksgiving
message. He has chosen as. his .subb.
jeot, '%Let Us Give Thanks-Now".
Otftering will be taken with the
proceeds to go for the opera t ion of
the Ministerial Alliance. 'The bulk
of 'the offering goes to defray the
expenses ,of the Church Attendance
Crusade conducted by the Min ister-
tal Alliance 'each year 'rom January'
1 to Easter Sunday.
Everyone is invited to attend the
services. They will be brief with
the. service concluded ia.o plenty o
timed for allowiriig the cooking of
The Cihurh of the Nazarene'Ts
located at'ithe South end cf Long
Avenue, just beyond 4 he High
'School football stadium.
Local pastors taking part in the
program are: Rev. J. C. Odum,
-ev. George Miller, Rev. Boyd' B. I
Underwood, Rev. J. C. Carmichael,
Rev. Harry L. Baibbit, Rev. -Charles
H. Harthern, Rev. Charles Parker,
Rev. Hubert White, Rev. C. A. Lun-
dy and Rev. J. A. Blackwell.
M. P. Tomlinson spoke to the
Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club Tues-
day at their 'regular dinner meet-
ing on Tuesday of this week.
Tomlinson brought to the Kiwan-
is Club his concern for .the condi-
tion of .property valuations in Gulf
County. He 'has carried' this same
talk already to the Jaycees and the
Rotary Clubs giving specific ex-
amples of the inadequacy of the
coumity property valuations.
Tomlinson listed iaro ertv after
Seventh Annual Thanksgiving Service
Sponsored by the Port St. Joe Ministerial Alliance
ORDER OF SERVICE
- PRELUDE Miss Martha Blackwell, Organist
CALL TO WORSHIP AND INVOCATION J. C. Odum
HYMN' No. 1, "All Hail The Power" .- Congregation
RESPONSIVE READING George Miller
THANKSGIVING PAYER Boyd B. Underwood
THANKSGIVING OFFERING (SEE NOTE BELOW)
THANKSGIVING MusIc Christian Cadets
THANKSGIVING MESSAGE "Let Us Give Thanks-Now" .._.---
J. C. Carmichael
HYMN No. 308, "We're Marching To Zion" --. Congregation
BENEDICTION Harry L. Babbit
POSTLUDE Miss Martha Blackwell, Organist
The offering taken each .year at the Annual Thanks-
giving Service is used to help defray the expenses of the
Port St. Joe. Ministerial Alliance, This year the money is
needed especially for the promotion of the Church Attend-
ance Crusade to be observed during the period between
January first and Easter. Last year we had to call upon the
individual churches to 'help us financially.
Mill To Resume
I Operations Nov. 28
According to a notice posted at
the St. Joe Paper Company mill
here, the mill will resume opera-
"' tons on Monday, November 28
at 3:00 p.m.
The mill will resume opera-
tons on a three shift basis op-
REV. J. C. CARMICHAEL
For the'; past two months the
Sulf Oounty Sheriff's office has
b en plagued 'by breaking and en-
tering caes. that have kept them
,on the go. Prime 'target for the
thefts .has been the Bay View drive-
in which"b-' b:eeun broken into sev-
oral t i mes Other victims have :een
Butler's.B-ar. and Friday .night -of
last .week,. the 'St.. Joe Builders'
SupplIy ..oqnpany. There was little
evidence-.left in,.either of the cases
except .for an occasional footprint
and a -smeared fingerprint or two.
In the''latest of the' burglaries-
that of tAhie St. Joe Builders' Sup-.
ply Company-'a. safe was. entered
by force. ,The burglars gained en-
tnances-I tL 1 ,: office' by a back win-
dow. Once inside they worked on
the company safe, peeling 'back the
doors and gaining entrance. All
papers .'n the safe were neatly
,stacked .on 'a table and the small
amount of petty cash in the safe
Deputies Wayne 'White .and Jim-
my Ba'rfield began the slow task of
catching-a thief 'with nothing to go
on. Inquiries of who was seen in
the neighborhood and 'checking out
stories soon led the Depitties to ar-
rest William Eugene 'Whitehurst,
'age 18, of Highland View. He wks
charged'"'by the S'heriff's Depart-
ment wJth breaking' 'and entering
and intent. to commit 'a felony at
'the tSt.- Joe Builders Supply Com-
pany and with breaking and enter-
ing at the Bay View Drive-In with
intent 'to committ a misdemeanor.
Also, picked' up- onr the same
charges were three juveniles on
similar chargess They were releas-
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Cape San Blas Country Club
Announces Work To Begin
Soon On New Golf Course
JAYCEES DO SURVEY WORK ON COURSE PROPERTY
Plans for a golf .course to be located at Cape San Blas were announced this week by the
Cape San Bias Country Club committee. This committee has been working on the plans for a
community golf course for almost a year, according to chairman, John Drew. No publicity has
been given the plans since previous attempts have fallen through and the committee wanted to
be sure that all arrangements were made and all obstacles overcome before any membership
drive was conducted, in order to assure no failure on this current plan.
Arrangements have ,been made
for a leave of some 175 acres of
land. The topographIcal survey
was made by the Port St. Joe Jay-
cees and final plans have been
drawn by William Amick, golf
course architect. Centerlines of the
fairways have been bulldozed 'and
preparations for construction are
being outlined at this time. A char-
ter has been received and .the time
has come to start the membership
An invitational dance has .been
set for Saturday night, Novemiber
26. All' persons who have been ac-
tive on the (project ito ,date and
persons 'who have shown an interest
in the past in participating in a
country club 'here have been sent
*invi ationQs to this dance. The Too
Hats orchestra bas been procured
for the dance according 'to Dr. Con-
rad Williams, chairman of the pub-
licity committee of the organiza-
tional group. Dr. Williams said the
group 'was fortunate In that, the
Top Hats had a .cancellation at Or-
lando and -so could 'be here at vbis
rating Tive days a week until ed in The c custody 'of their parents.- Oomplete information relative to
further notice. Whitehurst is being held in the the golf course plan1 will be pre-
--- f county jail. l seatedd at the dance.
M Arriving for Hol idays Ih A1ll -four signed .written cones-. Persons -who 'have composed the
daughter Crsl.rom Augurn, Ala., aions to the.crimes. small organization; committee, for
daug o--r A n A _. -, working up 'the plans for construe-
wil, vlisa with Mr. and Mrs..Wayne '~ r-Spend Holiday Here tion and Olration of the club,
Buttr m during 'the Thausgiving
holiay .h" ..' 'Tony Barbee and Rollan Truittt which 14 Intended as a comnmunty-
holidays. of Taumpa, will 'spend the Thanks- wide ,project, have been Lawrence
giving holidays 'with Touny's parents ,Bissett, Ben Dickens, Aahley Coa-
SHOP AT HOME 'Mr. and Mrs ~. F. Banbee. tin, John Drew, Jimmny McNeill,
Bob Connell of Apalachlcola and
Grid Season Ends With Defeat
The iPort St. Joe Sharks ended touchdown jaunt. Plans Made
their ,second losing football season Wayne !Stevens set up the final
n a ow last ay t rian h a 'tShark ta'ily in the fourth quarter For Annual
sound defeat at the hand of a pow- ,by making a beautiful catdh on a
erful Florida High team. The fourth down pass from Bob Munn Xmas Parhde
Sharks, who have "been plagued that was good for 27 yards to Flor-
with injuries ever since the third ida High's 30 yard line. The Sharks
game of the season, haave been out- drove down to the Demons three The Port St. Joe Retail Mer-
manned all season long iby their -where Bob 'Munn crashed through chant's Division of the Chamber of
big opponents.'' he''Sharks ended for the 'final touchdown of the Commerce met in special session
their 'season with a four rwin. five game. Monday night at the City Hall to
loss and one tie record. The Sharks have had a disas- take care 'of ,some pressing busi-
The Florida High _team started trous season, what with injury to ness.
off their 'scoring apree early in the key players such as Jimmy Daw- First on the agenda was discus-
first quarter and didn't let up un- son, Jimmy Wilder, Nelson Hall and sion .of the Christmas parade. The
til the 'last period. The Demons with Ohesley Fensom -hamipered by parade has been turned over to
scored ,two. touchdowns in the first a ibad ankle the last half of ithe sea- the 'Port St. Joe Jaycees for opera-
three quarters to rack up their 41 'son. The. Sharks have been out- tion, but the Jaycees 'had asked
points. They m9iissed on only one Ianned in nearly 'every game they the merchants for certain informa-
property 'that is on 'the rolls for of their extra point attempts. Have played this year and have
as 'little -as ten percent of actual The Sharks 'scored in the third lost some of these games ,by some
value. Other properties he declar- and fourth quarters. The- 'Sharks pretty 'big scores. But, we have
ed are on the rolls anywhere first score came -on a 2 yard punt never seen 'the Sharks give up in
from ten to 40 percent of value. return by 'Steve Kennedy. Kennedy any 'of these contests. They have
Tomlinson pointed out that all took the Demon punt' on the eight scrapped right down to the final
,property 'should be put on the coun- yard line and- outran the entire whistle and this 'can 'be .said as a
ty rolls -at the same valuation, ac- team for the score. Chesley Fen- tribute to a fine bunch of Iboys
cording to market value and is som provided 'some nice down-field who really loved 'to play football.
.vigorously campaigning for equal- 'blocking for Kennedy's .beautiful .They had to love it to keep 'at it
ization and 'bringing up to stand-
ards of the county property valu-
ations for tax purposes.
Guests of the club Tuesday were
Randy Weston of the High School,
Tom Ford, Joe Dowd and Joe Shar-
it, all of Port ,St. .Joe.
Movie On Latin
Dr. Jam es Southerland, president
of the Baptist Bible Institute in
.Graceville, will be at the First
Baptist Ohurch of White City at
7:30 p.m. November 30 to show
films .of his Latin American mis- .-
sion tour made last :summer 'en
route to 'the Baptist World Alliance.
The public is cordially invited to .
attend this service. "''-'" .... ;. -.
X KIWANIS TENNIS COURT-Memibers of the Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Visiting In Jacksonville Olub, 'the family of the late Victor R. Anderson and Port 'St. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Martin will High Officials are pictured above on the new tennis court built re-
leave Wednesday 'to visit Mr. and gently iby the Club. The picture was madelast Tuesday at the dedi-
Mrs. Joe Wilkie in Jacksonville. I cation of the court (Star photo)
tion as 'to their wishes for handling
the parade to their best (benefit.
The merchants set the parade for
Friday, December 9. The Jaycees
ere working up a list of floats for
the parade, and the merchants all
agreed to solicit the cooperation of
local merchants 'in entering floats.
The merchants declined a sugges-
tion by the Jaycees that their floats
,be eligible .for the cash prizes of-
fered. They preferred to receive
only "honorable mention" with the
cash. prizes of $75.00, $50.00 and
.525.00, going to 'organizations en-
t-ring floats. Time for the parade
w.as set at 6:00 p.m.
The merchants agreed to open
their stores for business after the
,parade. They also agreed to remain
open on Wednesday evenings, De-
or n ber 14 and 21 and late on the
evenings of December 22 and '23
with regular closing hours being
observed on ChrlsLmas eve. The
against such odds as they knew
they were up against.
St. Joe Fla. High
Firi. Downs .....----- 9 18
as. Rushing .... 71 215
,Yds. Passing ----- 138 62
Pass. Attempted .-- 32 12
Pass Comp. ------ 13 5
Had Intercepted 3 1
Yds. Pen. 65 60
Fumbles Lost -- 0 1
all members, of the Jaycee organl-
zation. Harry Saunders and Tom
ColdoMewey have ibeeti In,' close-eon-
tact with 'this lodunmittee In plan-
ning the project.
The fine cooperation of 'the Cape
San Blas Asaociates, owner of the
land and the McNelll interests of
Indian iPass have made the project
stores will'l dcae on Monday, De-
cember 26 and 'Monday, January.2.
In other business, ,the merchants
discussed (whether -or not to con-
tinue their credit reporting system.
It was decided to table the ques-
'tion for the new slate of officers.
Although an' election of new of-
ficers was scheduled it was decid-
ed to hold the election among the
entire merchants association mean-
bershhip. The election will be held!
Monday, November 28 in a dinner
meeting to be held at the Motel St.
Joe. All merchants are urged to 'be
present at .the election.
Appointment of Robert P. T.
Young as manager of the Organic
Chemical Department of The Glid-
den Company's Chemicals Division
'has been announced 'by G. M. Hal-
sey, Glidden vice president in
charge of the division.
Mr. Young comes to Gildden from
the Proctor & Gamble Company'
with whom he was associated for
19 years and where he developed a
broad. background In .the areas In
which Glidden's Organic Chemicals
Department are most interested.
A graduate of Ohio State Univer-
sity in Chemical Engineering, Mr.
Young also holds a 'Master of
Science degree in thia field from
Mr. Young will make hbis head-
quarters at Jacksonville, and' will
i report to George S. Warner, vice
president-operations of Glidden's
The Organic Chemical Depart-
ment of the Glidden division pro-
d'aces a wide range of terpene
chemicals, perfumery and odor
chemicals, tall oil products, syn-
thetic resins, a& similar oducts-
BOB BRACEWELL sits on his' own front porch once again after 'an
Sasence from 'hoe.ofe ome four months spent in hospital's. Bob
is recovering and must leave in' a few days. ,for Umatilia-to enter
an t'her 'hospital for further treatment. (Star photo)
Bob Bracewell Comes Home For Visit;
Making Fast Recovery From Accident
Bob Bracewell, son of Mr. and
Mrs.-Joe Bracewell of this city
is home for the Thanksgiving hol-
idays after being confined to a
hospital in Wilmington, Dela-
ware since August 10, undergoing
Bob was paralyzed from the
neck down this past summer af-
ter diving into a shallow pool of
water and breaking, his neck.
When he went to Wilmington,
to enter the hospital, he could
barely hold an object in his hands
and squeeze it. Now, in just a
few short months, he is able to
sit up and propel himself around
in his wheel chair with the arms
he has regained the use of.
Bob will be at home for 10 days
and then will go to a hospital in
Umatilla. He told The Star that
in Umatilla doctors will get him .
-on-his feet and begin the pro-
cess of recovering the use of his
When he gets to Umatilla, Bob
will also resume his -schooling.
Bob arrived in Panama City
Saturday via National Airlines.
As you can see by the picture,
Bob's accident apparently hasn't
injured his appetite one whit, as
he has picked up considerable
weight while in the hospital.
NEW OFFICERS-Pictured above are the new officers of the Port
,St. Joe Volunteer Fire Department. They are, left to right, Wes-
leoy R. Ramse,y engineer; Golden Scott, assistant engineer;. Charles
Wall, chief; Joe Stevens, first assistant chief and R. H. Elriey, sec-
ond assistant chief. The officers began their duties last Thursday
night at the beginning of the department year. The department
honored their wives 'with a "ladies night" dinner -at the St. James
Episcopal Parish House which included a banquet dinner served
by the Episcopal ladies and a musical program after the dinner.
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MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
First Baptist Churct
Society 'Number One ofr the First
Baptlst WMU met in the following
,homes this.-week: *
"- Circle No. 1
Girele No. 1 met Monday with
Mrs. W- L: .-irant. Program chair-
,mian,' Mts- .'Wlealey Rainsey, 'had
charge j an'dbrought a most inter-
esting talE on '"Topic:. The Wo-
man's Witness" from Proverbs 31.
:Good reports from all chairmen
were given during the business ses-
sion, Mrs. W. M. Chain, WMU
president, was a visitor.'
The hostess served delicious re-
treshments to 'the 10 members and
Mrs. Ohafin. Mrs. Ohafin closed the
meeting with prayer.
Circle ,No. 2
Circle No. 2 met Monday with
Mrs. L. W. Cox. Program, "The Wo-
man's Witness". Scripture was ta-
ken 'frodn Proverbs 31:10-31 and was
developed by Mrs. H. F. Ayers, Mrs.
L.. W. Cox' and -Mrs. Lonnie Bell.
*. Prayer rwas led" by 'Mrs. B. W.
After -the regular ,business meet-
ing the 'hostess served refresh-
Sments "to the five dnenibers present.
Circle No. 3
Clrole No. 3 met Monday in the
p "HE TARP, ort St. Joe, Vla.
h Circle Meetings Long Avenue Baptist Circle Meetings. 'u11 DAY, Noverber 24, 1960
, Young Matron's Circle Circle No. 1 f The meeting adjourned to meet Circle No. 5
The Young ,Matron's Circle met: Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. Ruby tn January 'with Mrs: H. L. Ford. Circle Five met in the 'home of
in the home of Mrs. Virgilnia Ar- Lucas, November 15. The meeting Mrs. John Core, and the chairman,
nold. Mrs. Arnold opened the meet- was opened with, prayer. The week Circle No. S Mrs.-Nn .. Martin, presided. The de-
ing .with prayer. Mrs. Ann Whittle of prayer, December 5 to 9, was' Circle No 3 held their meeting votional 'was given by Mrs. Core
presided over the business session. 'discussed. A program 'on Israel was Tuesday afternoon in the home of and all those ,present took part in
Mrs. Allie Padgett was in charge of presented iby. the program chair- Mrs. Herman Barbee with seven the program on "Israel". Those
the program, "The Woman's Wit- man, Ruby Lucas, assisted ,by Fran- members present: Mrs. Jewell A1- present took !part in the program.
ness". Mrs. Jessie Ruth Raimsey, ces Robines and. Jerry Ward. Oth- Ilgood, Mrs. Betty Jackson, Mrs. on "Israel". Those present were:.
Mrs. Jadine illis and Mrs. Ann ors. presnet -were Ina Odum and Alice Ward, Mrs. Electa Dockery, Mrs. 'Core, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Gene
Whittle took part in the program. Jonniaa Sykes. The meeting was Mrs. Bernice Bar,bee, Mrs. Lucille Fowler, Mrs. Fred Perry, Mrs. La-
Mrs. Padgett closed the meeting closed with prayer. The January Zipperer, Mrs. Louise Ogle. mar Hill and. Mrs. J. D. Clark.
with prayer. After .the meeting re- meeting will be held' in the home Mrs. Barbee brought the devo-
freshments of pumpkin and potato of Mrs. George Cooper. .tional thought an dthe prayer cal-
pie with ice cream and coffee were 4. *. .0 endar. Plans for the 'month .were
served to .the seven members pres- Circle No. 2 presented [by .each, chairman. Mrs.
ent 'by the hostess. Circle No. 2 met at 9:30 aan. on Alligood presented the program,
Tuesday, November 15, with Mrs. "Israel 'Missionarise Report". Mrs.
1 Joe Ferrell .at 1102 Long Avenue. Ogle, circle chairman, presided. TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
WSCS Circle 3 T.he business session was presided Mrs. Jackson closed, the meeting
The Methodist WSOS Otrc
3 met in the home of Mrs. J
Hendrix November 21 at 9:
'Mrs. J. Lamar Miller pr
over the meeting. Mrs. Johm
michael opened ithe meeting
Tifter a short business se
Mrs. Ed Ramsey, chairman
charge of the program.
hnom'e 'of ivMrs. Myyrtice 'oSmth. Mrs. Carmichael gave the devo-
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols 'was in charge tional from Psalm 104, giving a very
of teh program. The topic was "The inspirational talk 'using the 26th
Woman's Witness", with .scripture verse, "There go the ships", for
taken from Proverbs 31:10-31. In her thought.
her moth capable way, Mrs. Nich-
ols, brought ,a most interesting talk. k Pa 10 3. h. c
Mrs. C. A...Mcelan offered pray- The .goup read together a hym
er for the activities on the prayer ec eao Thanragivin
calendar Owthe.month. special seasons, Thanksgiving.
calendar or, the monte 'Mrs. Ramsey -completed her pro-
After the business session,. the grm ,o Thanksgiviag ith an -
hostess, M AnnaAdam, served on Thanksgiving with an In-
hostess, Ms. Anna Adams, served teresting talk reminding each mem-
lorida punch and cookies to he er to be grateful for ,all blessings.
six members, present- I he group read' a Thanksgiving
v 'hymn for -their closing prayer.
S Cirole No. 4 The meeting was closed' with the
circle. No. 4,' met' Monday with WSOS benediction.
Mrs. Roy Irwin. Refreshments were ,served by
Program, "The Woman's Wit- Mrs. Hendrix -to 11 members, three
nesa', taken ifrm 'Proverbs 31, was new members, 'Mrs. ,Cecil Curry,
brought 'by Mrs. Mildred Montgom- Mrs. Melton Anderson and Mrs. B.
ery rdi 'lMrs. Grady Keels. o J. Thompson.
SAfter' .the business' session, the
hostse' served '"delicious refresh- To Spend Holiday Here
maent 1td the four members land' lit- 'M'ac 'Major, who is attending VMar-
tle Oyndia Montgomery, 'a visitor. ion Institute will .spend the holi-
SThe me~eeting was closedd' with days with 'Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Major
prayer iby Mr.s. Dessie Lee Parker. and 'his brother, Steven.
over tby Mrs. Wayne: Hendrix,. In
the absence of the circle chairman,
Mrs. L. W. Porter.
The prayer chairman urged all to
attend 'the Week of Prayer for for-
eign missions which is to tbe held
in December. Each member is en-
couraged to pray 'daily and to come
to the church each day of that
Plans were made for the Circle
to make and serve hot chocolate
for the Intremediate G. A. misison
study 'supper meeting to Tbe held at
the church on November 15.
The program chairman, 'Mrs. 'T.
J. Braxton, presented the program
on Baptist work in Israel. She was.
assisted by Mrs. Joe Ferrell and
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix.
Those present were Mrs. T. J.
Braxton, 'Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs.
Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. T. D. Hiut-
with payer. : .
All enjoyed delicious refresh-
Circle No. 4
Circle Four of the Long Avenue
Baptist 'Church met Tuesday, No-
vember 15, at 7: 30 p.m. in the home
of Mrs. Jewel Hinote. The meeting
was opened with the reading of
the words to the song, "Where
Cross the 'Crowded Ways of Life",
by Mrs. T. M. Watts.
The program entitled "To Die
Without His Word" was ipreseeated
by the following: Mrs. L. E. Voss,
Mrs. Weisley R. Ramsey, Mrs. Billy
Barlow, Mras. Jmes Traweek, Mrs.
,T. 'M. Watts, Mrs. Mary Boon'e. The
meeting was close with a prayer
by Mrs. Len'ora Conger.
The hostess then served' refresh-
ments of 'cake, coffee 'and mints to
chin's, Mrs. Buford Nichols and, Mrs. the nine nmemlYers and .three visi-
Joe Ferrell. tors present.
Southern Sweet Potato Pudding
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SATURDAY. 12:,M P.M.
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LONG SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS
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Don't Forget to Registe rfor the Electric Train
To Be Given Away December 24
Register Each Time You Come In
Photo bi Can rn '. '
The spicy aroma of sweet potato pies and puddings wafting
from Southern kitchens always means good eattAg is in"'tore.
Sweet potato pudding has long been a' Souther. favorite' and
is an unforgettably delicious dish. The home %. economists of
the Carnation-Company recommend this popular pudding for
autumn menus with a recipe which features the us.:. "f evapo-
rated milk. The rich creaminess of evaporated rmyR;k creates
a smoothness in texture so desirable in this kind of dessert,
and adds valuable nutrients as well, since evaporated milk
is a concentrated form of milk. Serve this Sweet Potato
Pudding perfected in the home service department of the
SWEET POTATO PUDDING
t (Makes 8 to 10 servings)
4 'cups grated sweet potatoes s '/, cup water
1 cup light corn syrup 2 cup (small can) undiluted
1 cup sugar Carnation evaporated milk
IV2 teaspoons ginger 3 eggs, well beaten
VY teaspoon nutmeg V1 cup butter
/z2 teaspoon mace 1 large orange, sectioned
2 tablespoons grated Maraschino cherries
Mix potatoes, corn syrup, sugar, spices, rind, water, evapo-
rated milk and eggs together. Melt butter in 9-inch skillet.
Add potato mixture; cook over medium heat, stirring con-
stantly, 10 minutes. Bake in moderate oven (3750) 40 minutes,
or until potatoes are tender. (Stir occasionally.) Cool. Garnish
with orange sections and cherries.
Aiatel St. Joe
Our Thanksgiving Dinner Special
$1.25, including dessert
Child's Plate, 85c
(Ohild'is Plate--No Appetizer or Salad)
HOT ROLLS BUTTER
TEA or COFFEE A
CHOICE of ENTREE
ROAST BEEF and BROWN GRAVY BAKED HAM.
TURKEY and DRESSING FRIED OYSTERS
Vegetables -- Choice of 2
CREAMED POTATOES CANDIED YAMS
GREEN BEANS ENGLISH PEAS APPLE SAUCE
FRESH CREAM CORN
ASPARAGUS with CHEESE SAUCE
Choice of Dessert
PUMPKIN PIE MINCE MEAT PIE
-APPETIZER: Chilled Tomato or- Pineapple Juice
.SALAD: Peach and Cottage Cheese Tossed Green
HOME-MADE CAKE 25c
HOME-MADE PIE 25c
ICE CREAM or SHERBET 20c
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Part St Joe, Florida
Suntody Schouto 9sp 5 .m.
Worship Hour 11G: a.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
of HIghland View
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MOIRNTNG WORSHIP 11:20 AM.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR :0 P.M.
EVANGERISTIO SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wedneadar-
Rev. B. W, SUGGS, Postor
PEhTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Sunday School .--..--- 10:00 A.M-
Morring Worship -..-- -- 11.00 A.M.
Fvening Worship 7.45 P.M.
Prayer Service (Thursday) .... 7:45 P.M.
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CHURCH of the
corner Long A7e, & NiUes R,
SSunday school 10:0 a.r
otrring WorshIp 11:00 a-r
a ,reeaii,.-. Serve 7:30 p.
Wednesday __ 7:30 p.
Yaouae4 Cabinet In State
H To Be Seated
m.J T STAR, Port St Joe Fra.
THURSDAY, November 24, 1950
Corne" Third St and BaltzeI Ave. C BYRON SMITH, Pastor
..ND.. SC- OOL s .
MORNT'.-Q WORSHIP ?. )0
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REV. 4. C. CD .. Pastor
r-. ... SCHOOL .' a.m.
MOBNTOG WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
SPTIST T .",.:' ': U .:'- .. .. 6:15 p.m.
EVW:L"t WORSHIP 7:80 p.m
PRAYER -. ...'.- (Wednesday) .. 7
Corner Long Avenue and ;164 Street
AIr -.- -- Centrally Heated
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
TALLAiHASSEE-1e :tnes based on r'.:re ii ?,, .i.'
dominate the next :"..' years of "11n-ri.'As ,:,'-,izt.
..eti.-'s election gave the state a new governor, two new
C :'- -: officers and 85 members of the Legislature biggest tarn-
over there since 1948.
But CGov.-lect Tarris k9t7-ao'. and
Oabinet tat takes ~loe .:.:-::.:,n:'..:- of the h aug State
January S bring to :.'.'*.- 'top a;. 'T.i- *-...' of Agriculture, served
signament a 4bAkgroanl d onet DI'maln at fthe powerful Leg-
I areas of 'state government- ]"' Counoll and when he step-
-.r* en 9 them, and ilh3diAg ,' :wn 'was basy rTevamping the
S. ;inet veterans I won r- -' -tax atruacture. He was known
-- .: a, ey have 9S years in among Mis coleagues as Floridc's
rea state government only "f'ull-time" senator.
E Sperlensod Logiplature Youthful Cabinet
.ning mSambers of the L-1T' Tlhe eeition of Adamis am Con-
:*---.- have 17T' years 0o 2-iN ,- r will giva Ylorida one of its
It's eaperiencs amo, tbh,. : J. t cabinets in point .of age,
SEen the "beby" of the atSL '.. -' as "'i will '; -
I3:-yearold .-:. CoeVr yof &a.aL. 'i 'i Nathan Maeyo, who died
'.j.. to his new apost. : w ui- lt"- -aax at the age of 8 and re-
': :7 -- .:. h a _'.,-,rt-." j' Sert ry of S ;<-:, S. A.
.' yeas in the Loeglature, L.- 'ra, S.
a tg o teTrm as House speaker, Bryant. at I. is about &Taverage
-0 '"'the irad oast i>s-r.i 4,. or a lorda governor, though
S. an 'Foridsa. 'many hare been younger when 'as-
.-i to to oathr. Tom santusu otee. OutugIug GOv. IT -
.I-. a.- r oa Par, 43, 'wile .,> c Oolis wa-s 45. th late tGOv.
Ithe ':.: :- '"-: the oCb- '.-, Mcaty was 41 and Parkk
when he tkes o'er Bas secre- Traimeulonly 58.
an- of state. dams aserred fouTr Barant asS R =sa O n m activ parti-
in tah Senate oetr3 rising uipaat on go-veyrmont for a dec-
S Caanent, but ha -. -- .' seed 10' years in tahe Leg-
ih-o~e years arnor Tared exprieno -.. oe term as H.e .
Ma oFo serment Than= moat vater- Sr.
|ans. The "old ma'm" of the nw Oabi-
As a senator. Ihe headed up a -et 'MI he ta to School S-pt.
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Thomas Bailey, 86, Who gained .m6ot
of his practical political 'experience
on the Cabinet. He wa; a saho-l
teacher and administrator before
,is election ta the *to school pest
Youngest of the returning offi-
cials in ,point -of service is 61-year
old Comptroller Ray Green, a Moa
,.'- since 155. But before **'. he
1',:.i 10 years with the Pminellas
County govern-ment and six years
as assistant state comptroller.
Larson a Veteran
Treasurer Edwin Larson, o60, a
served continuously since 1940 and
prior 4o that was In. the House
and Senate and had seven years as
,:: ,.. of internal revenue
Atty. Gan. SRicard Eria, 55,
rounds ,'mt the new Cabinet with a
career of service in state goverm-
ment dating back- to 1935. He's been
:ib' legal officer for nearly is
In the Legislature,. Z an aubare
hav'e l0 years or more experience.
The dean of the Senate, S. D.
Clarke of Monticello,. has. been
0 e S7 yara. His house countea-
'7t. Bernie PTapy of Monroe, will
'" otartuig h s S6tlh year In the
Other Oldcttmers include:
Sens. '.' Baal1, Penmacla' 14
^-- rio F.. .-.-...K Klaanee,
1. A. Boyd. Leoastbrwg, 10; Wil-
-: *Carraway, Tallaha&sse, and
Vrts rPope, St, Augustuee, 12; Tar-
ner Davia, Madtson and B. 0.
Pearee. ast. .. 18. J.'C OGet--
en. Bu hnell, 24; .: .
S'tae,, 'and Dewey an I.d-*..n. Quin-
cy. 22; Reps. Tom Bea'sley, Walton,
"1,; ,. W. MWcAlpin, Hamntton,. 16;
I. .. Glados, IS.. -1x
ULka'a, St Johnso 1; Jamea Swee-
ny, VoluEsiaa and H, 8, Lancaster,
'Tilchrist, 12, 'and W. M. Inman,
* .:,; i.r. ., g. S .C ,r,,i. '. '.., and
r A inh 10
Castro Helps Florida sSugar Industry
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Robert Gambl'eotf Tallahassee, mov-
ed to Manatee County and erected
a sugar mill .but the war between
the states ,and fire put an 'end to
that enterprise. Next came Cap-
tain R. E. Rose who planted 110
Acres of cane near St. Cou4' and
erected a mill. This property was
later. purchased by Hamilton Disis
iton but the 'operation was: closed
down followingg his death in 1896.
Cubans (bought the property, failed
in their operation's and' sold It to
a Mexican group, who dismantled
the mill and ,moved.it to Mexico.
'Whenldrainage of the Everglades
.got underway interest- frn sugar
growing was revived. Numerous at-
tempts to establish the industry 0ol-
lorwed. F. E. Bryant, G. T. Ander-
'son and their associates started. op-
,erations west of Palm Beach, op-
eratiag a mill with a capacity of
750 tons a day.
Then came B. 4G. Dahlberg, head
of the Celotex Corporation, who es-
tablisihed the Southern 'Sugar Com-
pany. The company acquired the
Canal Point mill from' Bryant and
established headquarters at Clew-
iston. Drainage problems and lack
.of knowledge of suitable varieties
l of cane for ,the area 'adng with
**l,.-ises 'from diseased plants made
the venture unprofitable and t.he
company -went ,bankrupt in'130.
rHeM TTAft,Poit Ot Joe,-FIla--.-- THURSDAY, November 24, 1960
Classified Ads Bring Quick Results At Small Cost!
ALL AMERICAN DESSERTS
America's near-reverence for its traditions, coupled with a fond-
ness for good eating, has made almost unnecessary the question,
"What's for dessert?" at the principal meals served during the holi-
Today, centuries after their
prototypes were first baked in \ S
ovens of England and colonial -
America, pumpkin and mince pie
and fruit cake continue to domi-
nate the dessert menu during the
most festive season of the year. -
Files of the Louis Livingston -
Library of Baking, a Chicago / ,--
library whose history traces
back three-quarters of a century, -L -. ...--1: \,
about (and even
recipes for) the the recipes brought to the col-
S' pumpkin pies of onies were basically the same as
ancient Greece those of today. Typical mince
and Rome, the pies of medieval England weighed
mince pies of more than 100 pounds and their
medieval Eng- crusts were confined by iron
land and theand the bands in baking. The first actual
fruit cakes of fruit cake is thought to have been
early Egypt. baked in Egypt several centuries
Today, Amer- ago from ground wheat, rare
ica's bakers report that the exact- spices, oil and honey. It, too,
'ing test of time has made these came to us from England.
desserts as typical of the holiday While these desserts remain
season as roasting turkey, the basically the same, the modern
sound of sleigh bells- '1 auld baker, through years of experi-
lang syne choristers. meeting with ingredients, tec,-
In capsule form, the ary of niques, and orcc- ,'-has de-'
Baking r,epotitsthat English bak- veloped holiday pies and cakes
ers sold "Pumpion pye" more especially suited to the native
than six centuries ago and that appetite of Americans.
Someone still has to pay for groceries
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the peace ... for the prosperity of our great Nation... for its
Thrifty and self-reliant citizens ... for our homes and the family,
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CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS
and LOAN ASSOCIATION of PORT ST. JOE
OFFICE HOURS .
Monday through Friday 9:00 A.M. to
Friday 4:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.
Closed All Day Saturday
WE EXTEND OUR SINCERE BEST
WISHES TO YOU AND YOURS
FOR A MOST HAPPY .
IT HAS BEEN A PLEASURE TO SERVE SO MANY
FAMILIES IN THI COMMUNITY DURING
THE PAST YEAR WE ARE GRATEFUL
FOR YOUR TRUST IN US THANKFUL
WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO HELP
Florida National Bank
at Port St. Joe
FDIC and Florida National Group
By RUSSELL KAY That was when 'C. S. Mott enter-
S- led the 1plature. Undaunted by the
- Florl can thank.astro for one long history of failure and the stag-
thing He has helped ve thway gering problems presented, Mott
for the expansion and development held fast to his faith n Florida as
of the sugar industry in Florida.
t.. a a a qo i a potential producer of sugar. He
t acreageand quota rets induced a number of substantial
t:onshave ibeen removed and 1i business associates to join him in
the Federal government will give another attempt to grow sugar on
A.imerican producers assurance that'
g t gro a commercial scale and the United
If more sugwar. Is grown they will States 'Sugar Corporation came in-
be protected in the future we can o r ae,
look for substantial developments to being and acquired 'the mill-and
look for sbtantil eelo ens holdings of the defunct Southern
nhehistory of sugar roductioahead. Sugar Corporation. The group spent
The 'history f su ar prod uctol millions of dollars in a program of
in' Florida was a history of costly rehabilitation and expansion.
;experiment sadln monumental fail-
ure until 'the faith, courage and en- Like former operators, they en-
terprise of one man made possible countered problem after problem,
th.e promising ilhdristry we have drainage, fire hazard,-the soil of
NToday; 0C 'S. 'Mott of Flint, Mich. ithe Everglades burns 'like peat
- The dream of a s ugar industry in when ,dry,-tropical storms, failure
-Florida- goes 'ba-ck to the days of of one variety of cane after an-
the -English occupation of Florida. 'other, disease, all took their toll.
A commercial sugar mill was estab- These set -backs only made Mott
listed at- New Smyria in 1767, but more determined. than ever to -find
the- industry was lost to the state the answer. He never lost faith.
when the little colony disbanded Whil gratefull to the United States
and th6 mili fell tnto rains. Ruins Departmanent of Agriculture's Cane
Of other old cane 'mills 'have been Breeding Experiment Station for
found at Port Orange, DeLeon their fine help, he felt it impera-
Springs ;and other points, tbut lit- tive that the company establish
tle is'-known of their history or its own laboratories. 'As a result
operation, new cane varieties were dveeloped
Between 1850. and 1860:. Major
A prescription costs less far less than a single day's
stay in the hospital. Today, in most cases, just be or
two prescriptions are all that a patient need& to get
well. But years ago, he would have had to go through
a long, expensive session at the hospital. That's why
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that were 'bred to meet conditionA
in the Everglades, 4meowledge was
gained in the control of: disease.
New types of strong resistant cane
produced bumper crops. ;
Today uthe United States Sugar
Corporation has achieved outstand-
ing success and its leadership in
the field makes possible unlimited
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final returns as Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of Jack Jus-
tk;e, deceased; that I have filed
my Petition for distribution and for
final discharge, and that on De-
cemnber 19, 1960, I 'will apply to the
Honorable 'S. P. Husband, County
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, for
approval of said final returns and
for an, order of distribution and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
tne Fstate of Jack Justice, deceas-
/s/ Elizabeth I. Justice
Administratrix of the Estate
of Jack Justice, deceased'.
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THE STAR.. Port-St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, November 24, 1960
School Lunch Room Program Has
Expanded To Include Balanced Diet
As a citizen of this community, (from home, or the "snack type"
you know, of course, that the lunch at the corner stand. Let's
School Lunch Program came into compare some of these prices, ard
being as perhaps the .most typical then compare the nutritional val-
of all P.-T. A. programs; and that ue of each type of lunch.
it ,began in the days of the depres- 'Snack Lunch" from Home
iaon when there was surplus food, HAM SANDWICH:
people out of work, and hungry 2 slices bread 2c
children. Mothers saw the comabl- Butter, mayonnaise, lettuce 3c
nation and .sensed ,the need, and 1 slice tham 14C
the School Lunch Program. was (Chocolate cup cake 5c
born. Banana -
At first it was Just a bowl of hot. Onehalf pink milk .-..--.. 7c
soup and a drink to supplement TOTAL COST 36c
the sandwich. It was a matter of Type "A" School Lunch
trying to satisfy the pangs of hun- Baked allced- iham, scalloped-
ger through the use of what the cheese Potatoes, buttered turnip
volunteer mothers had on hand. greens, carrot and raisia salad, hot
Since those early days and with rollU with Ibutter, one-half pint of
the increased knowledge in nutri- milk. Total cost 30c.
tion and its relation to the health This comparlson should prove to
of the individual, the School Lunch you that not only is the school
Program is now an essential part lunch a better buy nutritionally,
of the total school curriculum. It 'but economically- as we&
is a program no 'school child of any And now we turn to you for help.
age can afford to "klip" because We know this is a worth-while and
the School Lunch Prograan iL now important program, but without
a health program, an educational your support it cannot be success-
program, and a program that great-
ly helps the farms of our State and
Nation to remain economically sta-
The operation of the School
Lunch Program i now the .respon-
sibility of school officials, and i's
under the supervision of trained
personnel rwho 'carefully plan a nu-
tritionallyibalanced meal providing
one-third to one-half of the dafly
requirements of protein, caribohy-
drates, fats, vitamins and minerals
needed jfor the growth and well-
being of the -school child. We call
this lunch the Type A School
ful. We need your assistance, your
cooperation, and your Interest in
the 'School Lunch Program of this
school in order to continue to serve
the children a complete Type A
Lunch 'at the nominal price we have
set. The higher the participation,
the better lunches we can serve
for the 'money. This is a non-profit
.program 'where the child' gets the
benefit of every cent spent. The
school does not try to make mon-
ey on this service, ibut neither can
it afford to lose money.
You can greatly help, and we will
be most spreciatiive if you will tell
Lunch. A wise parent encourages others of the importance of this
the school child to eat the Type A ,program and will -encourage your
School Luanch in preference to a children 'and those of your friends
bag lunch from home, or to 'snacks' to participate 'each day n this iben-
at the corner store. eficial and enjoyable program.
As knowledge in nutrition. in- Type "A" 'School Lunches are
creases, we know that food is the -served in the Port St. Joe and
most important ,single influence on Highland' View Schools.
the child's health. It -affects his ap- Re-member-well-fed children are
pearance, his vigor, his rate of healthy children. And, healthy chil-
growth, his -ability to learn and in- dren are happy .children.
directly his achievement and ; hap- "'
Piness WSCS Circle 3
The school lunch, also, provides',
a very valuable learning situation l Meetin
for the child. A large variety of nolds Meetig
foods Is offered Ato him and hel-
learns to accept and enjoy them. 'Oirdle Number Three of 'the Wo-
He learns in this way how 'to se- man's Society of Christian Service
lect for himself 'a nurtitionally ade-' of the First Methodist 'Church met
quate meal. He learns the responsi- at 9:30 ajm. November 21 in the
ability of caring for his luncheon home of Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, with
,money, of taking his turn in 'a de- :-ix members attending.
mocratic manner, of helping to Mrs. J. L. Shar"t, Cirole Chair-
'keep the lunoh room clean and or- man, presided over 'a short busi-
derly, and' of being considerate of ness session, during which the Cir-
his friends and associates. cle members decided to send' a
The 'School Lunch Program pro- fThakasgvig basket to, cheer a
videos this adequate and tasty Type. troubled family.
A Lunch on a non-profit basis A program on Evangelisim, "Who
made possible by the cooperation :Carries the Message", was present-
between the .Federal Government, ed by Mrs J. T. McNeill, Jr., with
the State Department of Education, material on "Bible Women of In-
ithe County Board's of Public In- dia" being presented iby Mrs. Bob
'struction, and the local communi- King, Mrs. Carl Armstrong and
ties. Mrs. Heberit Brown. Tahe meet.n.ii
The School Lunch with the use
of surplus commodities and' federal
reimbursement per plate according
to need, makes it possible for the
child' to Ibuy this Type A Lunch for
no more, 'and usually for less than
he would spend on a "sack lunch"
was closed with a Thanksglving
prayer by Mrs. J. L. Sharit.
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FRESH, LATE HOWES
CRANBERRIES 1Ib.bag 19c
FANCY RED YORK
4 b. bag 39 c
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A PAGJ9, WHITE, YE.LOW, DEVIL FOOD, and HONEY
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AMERICA'S FAVORITE OVER % FRUIT & NUTS
8-15 LB. AVG. TURKEY
4 to 8 LB. AVG. TURKEY
BROILERS lb. 55c
We Zkank You
We want to take this opportunity to
express our thanks to our many friends
and customers in Port St. Joe and sur-
rounding communities for the splendid
reception cordedd the opening of our
new store at 510 Fifth Street, Port St.
Joe. The welcome was most gratify-
If you were not able to visit our new
store last week, we extend this cordial
invitation for you to do so at your
3 20 Oz.
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15 to 22 Lb. Average
A & P FRUIT
A & P VINE RIPENED
HEAVY DUTY FOIL -- 18
Swift's Premium Dressed and Drawn Quick Frozen -- 4 to 6 Lb. Avg.
USDA Dressed and Drawn Quick Frozen
DUCKS LB. 49c
Super-Right Short Shank Fully Cooked -- Shank Half or Whole
Southern Star Boneless -- 5 LB. CAN
All Good Brand Fancy
Super-Right Pure Pork
Capt. John's Ready To Fry -- 10 Oz. Pkg.
Super-Right Center Cut
5 Lb. 3Q99
17 oz. can
16 oz. can 1 5
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the Pilgrims, and preserved ,y
the courageous dedication. of
our forefathers-; the very ia e-
dom which has brought :our
nation strength, and offers, to
those who will strive for them,
the good things of life in over-
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7. THE STAR
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DIAL BAu. 7-8161
teredas second-clae matter, December 19, at the Postoffloe Port St. Joe,
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS L71. THREE MONTH $127.50
TO ADVERTISER-4n case of error or omisalon, In advertisements, the publiahern
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word in thoughtfully
weighed The spoken word barely asserta; the printed word thoroghly convinces.
S, The poaken word Is lost; the printed word remains.
Streets Are No Place for Your Children
From the Florida Times-Union
"I'm not allowed to cross the street."
These words came the other day from the lips of a shared
S but mindful three-year old lad in explanation of why heihadn't
sought a neighbor's aid after his grandmother, who he thought
was -taking a long nap, had actually slumped over .the kitchen
table and died of a heart attack. Little Tommy McGinnis was
staying with his grandmother while his parents recovered from
the 'flu. During his 24-hour visit, Tommy fed himself, went to
bed unaided, and dressed himself the next morning before be=
coming worried and dialing an operator who summoned police.
Tommy was sitting on the curb when the officers arrived.
Despite his ordeal, he remembered he was not supposed to cross
the street. This was a lesson that might have,been learned only;
'after scoldings and spankings, painful to him as well as his par-
ents. Yet, parents could do no greater---or safer-service to
their children than in teaching them this sentence, and why it
must be dutifully obeyed.
How many bereaved mothers in this country are now child-
less and heartbroken because they. did not instill the words, "I'm
not allowed to cross the street," into the minds of their young
sons or daughters before they were fatally injured by automobiles.
Certainly this isn't a pleasant thought, but every day some child
is injured or killed because he or she hadn't been taught to fear:
an onrushing vehicle. This is senseless and cruel and the blame
rests upon the parents, for they were thoughtless.
Children, as every parent knows, are bundles of energy who
play without fear of anything. An automobile rushing down a
road must seem a fascinating .thing to them, not an object that
would be injurious. Children have no concept of death, but
they can be taught early that some things will inflict pain. We
are conscientious about our role as protector when it comes to
fire and poisons, and we quickly train our children to leave such
hazards alone. Yet we often see our children playing in the-
street and take little little notice of the incident. We sometimes take
more pains in teaching our dogs and cats to stay out of the road
than we do our children. The former are considered dumb ani-
mals and need instruction. A child is a human, small but inte!li-
gent, so merely, telling him to keep away from the street should
suffice. It does not, as some parents have tragically learned.
In many suburban areas, children play in the street because
there are no sidewalks. But even When there are expansiveyards
or concrete walkways,..parents 'still allow their youngsters to. ride
their tricycles and rollerskate in a virtual alley of death. Often-
times a driver, even at slow speed, couldn't stop in time to pre-
vent striking a child rushing across the thoroughfare. And chil-.
dren have been known to do this even when they see acar ap.
preaching, either in fun or to get closer to home.
If it takes a fence to keep your child in safety, buy it. If
harsh words aren't getting results, paddle him. The guilt you
feel for having to lay a hand on him isn't comparable to What
you'd know if he died under the wheels of a car because of your
lack of training.
Gentlemen, Be Seated
Now that Florida has four new congressional districts, the
question is who's going to get the seats?
From all early reports, North Florida and Central Florida will
get one each, South Florida's Dade and Broward Counties will
get one and another will likely go to the Tampa-St. Petersburg
area on the West Coast'
Which counties in North Florida are due a seat remains to
be seen. An interim committee of the state Legislature will
conduct hearings later this year- on where to place the four new
districts. Their decision will be announced in April.
The new districting was prompted by the state's tremendous
growth in the past 10 years-it nearly doubled.
Under the new setup Florida will have 12 representatives in
Congress instead of eight and 14 instead of 10 electoral votes.
Although it is unlikely Northwest Florida will get another
Congressman, since its growth doesn't warrant it, this area will
benefit by the additional seats. The 14 electoral votes will be a
much more enticing plum for both parties in future national
elections. And with 12 representatives to speak for Florida, our
voice will be much louder and clearer in Congress.
All Floridians can be proud of this population hike from
2,771,805 to 4,951,560 in 10 years-an increase of 78.7 per cent.
It's proof positive more people appreciate the finer things in
life--a homestead in the Sunshine State.
--Panama City News
Government In Business, and You
Citizens in the United States have pretty much taken free-
dom for granted. It is something that they have always enjoyed
like the air they breathe. They overlook the fact that as the air
of our cities is becoming more and more polluted, so it our free-
No industry has more at stake than the newspapers in the
fight against welfarismm" and socialization of industry in the
United States. What happens to newspapers when a people is
"freed" by having the government take over the means of pro-
duction? One of the first things that has to go is a free :press.
This has happened in every country where political domination
of the people has been used to "free" them and take over, private
activity. Witness Cuba as the latest example. -Uncontrolled
newspapers cannot be tolerated for there must be no criticism of
ARecruiting Service Comes
Out With Major Change in Recruiting
JhT UUited 'States Air Force Re-
cOn.zng.Serwtce, Dayton, Ohio, has
ScQ out with a. major change con-
cenrn AkmyTrN Vy and Air Force
reservists and national guardsmen.
The change will allow men who
bia've eirved-on active dutyjwith a
reserve or national guard, unit to
enlist in the Air Force If he has
only sIx months active duty or less.
Previously, these men were con-
sidered ,x-servicemen and had to
make an extremely high score in
the electronics field on the aptitude
test to be eligible to enlist. Now,
those who fall In the six month
category are not considered ex-ser-
icemen 'and must, make only a
qualifying score on the aptitude
teat as those who have never been
oonneceted with the armed' forces
in any way.
RBeserivladt and .giuardmen who
have completed basic training will
not be required by the Air Force to
retake basic training.
Interested persons may obtain
more tearation by viasting 'the
Air Force Recruiting Office, Room
206, upstairs, Post Office Building,
Paneanma Oty or ceal.PO 3-1301.
T. W. DAVIS
R. H. Glass, Jr.-
Joins Air Force
Rudolph Hazel Glass, Jr., 17, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph H. Glass,
Sr., 405 lola Street, this city, was
enlisted in the United, .States Air
Force at !Montgomery, Alabama
through the Panama City office,
Monday, November 7 according 'to
M-Sgt. C. L. Blair of that office. Ru- .TH StA8 A Port St. Joe, Flq, THIUJRSAY,. November 24, 1960
dolph -was assigned to LaMkland .--"
Air Force Base, San Antoni,; Tex-
as. Where he will undergo ibaslc
military training, after which he
will be assigned to one of the op- / -
erationalor traiinlg'-'units of theI o"?e4 A.VecI l, aKc aw u uo
Aerospace Force Blair said. Ru- Wm ROGENRG k "I-
dolph attended Port St. Joe High a -" EfPLATED-HOLLOWARE BULOVA
School prior to his enlistment. HeP "
was enlisted in the Mechanical 0 Gft 0*1_' _
f eld. I 4v TE
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Dykes at-
tended Homecoming at the Univer-
, sity 'of Florida in Gainesville Sat-
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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under the same roof. With every drive, your dealer is giving away free Dinah Shore Christmas
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-the car you want. There's a model to suit almost any taste or need----at a price to 'suit almost
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New '61 Chevrolet IMPALA SPORT SEDAN New '61 Chevrolet 2-DOOR BEL AIR SEDAN
You'll see five models in the '61 Impala series-the most elegant Chevies : These beautiful Bel Airs, priced just above the thriftiest full-size Chevies,
of all. They're sensationally sensible from their more parkable out size : bring you newness you can use. Roomier dimensions reach right back
to their remarkably roomy in size. And note that trim new roof line. to the easier loading trunk that lets you pile baggage 15% higher.
New lower priced '61 CORVAIR 500 CLUB COUPE New '61 Corvair 700 LAKEWOOD STATION WAGON
See what Corvair's got in store for you in '61! Thriftier sedans and There's room for almost everything but antifreeze in these new one-
coupes with nearly 12% more room up front for luggage. That rear and-only 6-passenger Lakewoods. And they're the only wagons with
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New '61 Chevrolet 2-DOOR BISCAYNE 6
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__- These new Biscayne 6's*-the lowest priced full-size
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
FOR RENT: 3 uniurni-hed houses FOR SALE: Kenmore sewing ma-
at St. Joe Beaoh. 1 3-bedroom chine with attachments. $45.00.
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Dar Call ?7575. 4t-10
or phone 7-8171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12 FOR SALE; Oardela tractor an-i
:,quipment. Can be s&e-i ar 61',
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom housses or ,G.arr-n A.v.. $175.,0.'. Pao.e .i744".'
apartments. Furnished or umn'f- FOR SALE Used girls Sbhwinn ibt-
nished, Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481 cycle; 24". Good condition. Make
at night. Mrs. Shirey, t c-10-6 me an offer. 1.909 Long Ave. Phone
__ -- 9-2236. Ito
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house with
Florida room and large utility
room. At Highland View. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished one bedrmn.
cotatge. Living room, dinettekidt-
chen combined and bath. Four mL
from Port St. Joe on Hlway 30,
Phone Presnel' a t,7-6065. tfc-1-17
FOR RENT: 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
,beach houses. Well furnished, gas
heat. Automatic washer in one. $9
per week and uyp. Phone 648-4352 or
FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish-
ed apartment. Available Decem-
ber 1. 305 Sixth St. 1tc
FOR RENT: Nice furnished aipart-
WANTED TO BUY: Equity in 3-
bedroom home in St. Joe. Call
7-8041 after 6 p.an. Stc-11-17
NOTICE: I am no longer connect-
ed with The Medical Clinic as
bookkeeper. Anyone in need of of-
ficee assistance, either full or part
time, please get in touch with Joe
Grimsley. P. 0. Box 495, Phone BAll
7OR CARPENTER and repair work
call 9-1611, Alex Young, 291, Ave-
iue "A". 2tp-11-17
SEE OUR BEDROOM suites before
you buy. Surplus Sales of St. Joe.
LET US DO that moving job for
you. We have the equipment and
know how. Surplus Sales of St. Joe.
iment for couple only. Call Mrs. FOR SA'LE
.vl.'gar, Jones at 7-7641. tfc-11-24 320 acres of woodland. 4 miles
South of Wewathitthka. Planted
FOR SALE: 4 new VA houses on with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
Cypress Ave. Nearly completed. good investment.
No down payment. Just closing -3 acres of waterfront property
costs for qualified veteran. PRID- located on Creek that flows into
GEION AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 Ideal for fish camp or retirement
Villiams Avenue. home.
rOR SALE.30oot house trailer. -10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one
In good condition. $1,000.00. See .block Priced for good invest .
at Ward Ridge. Call N. E. Dykes, -Nice home located on 2 r
9-2281. 2tp Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bat teep
S2____ ___ well pump. situated on 2 lots. 6%
FOR SALE: Electric concrete mix- years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
or at Mexico Beach. $65.00. Ph.i ance on VA -mortgage at $57.00
648-3126. 7t,, per month.
3 bedroom house at W rd Ridge.
ENJOY UNPOLLUTED AIR Naerly new, priced to sell.
MODERN CONVENIENCES New three bedroom rouse In
SAFEST BEACH Wewah itchka. Adjoining school
New 2 bedroom home, 11' property. Pay owner's equity.
baths; many custom extras; THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
$9,875; small down, balance 301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
$75 month. See pink house in A FEW REAL BA INS in elec-
Mexico Beach, owner next trick and gas cooftfoves. Surplus
door. Sales of St. Joe.
FOR SALE: 2 nice lots or will
trade on house. Lots 150x150 and
75 x 180. In nice neighborhood. See
Ray Leavell, 111 2nd Ave. Oak
FOR SALE or TRADE: Three bed-
room house at St. Joe Beach on
large corner lot. Block construction
with breezeway and carport. Call
648-4370 for appointment. 3tp-11-10
Investor has some funds to
buy several 1st deeds of trust
at suitable discount. Write P.
0. Box 124, Mexico Beach.
Fancy Meats, Groceries and Vegetc
RICH'S Super M
(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST. JOE ON
AT WHITE CITY, FLORIDA
THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE-TUES., WED., FRI., an
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DAY WEDNESDAY ONLY, NOVEMBER 23
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WITH $7.00 ORDER LB NO 1 IRISH
rH.$7.0 ER A L c POTATOES 10 lb.
Gwund Beef C I WITH $7.00 ORDER
VELDA S BELL PEPPER 5
Buttermilk 2 qts. 29c Cucumbers for
WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY
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Fill up your fuel tank now with
Gulf Solar Heat 3 the cleanest-
burning heating .. you can buy.
l Now selling at
low, S low sum-
O:der from us'to-
For CLEAN HEAT
J. V. .AN ER, Jobber
for Prompt Delivery
GULF FUEL OIL and KEROSENE
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THE STARB, 'PartSt. Joe, Fig-
GOVERNMENT Minutes f the
SURPLUS SALES County Co.mrn?3sin
NOW anyone can buy DIRECT .
from U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR- WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
PLUS DEPOTS, by mail for your- November 7, 1960
self or for resale. Cameras, lifitoc- The Board of County Conmmis-
ular s, %ar% J, ..tru. btrus, loner s-'met.-this -date in regular
hardware, offr.os m-J:na-l and- e'ssinOnWi'tth"te :,.i :,.ni; mem-
equipment, tents, toolks and., teni- be. -.present: 'E. C. Harden, Sr.,
.*_i lusaand.s of other items a a 'alhair an, Coleman W. Tharge, A.
fraction 'of ,their original cost. j .-, .-'Ia.T ':-.-orge W. Cooper
Many items brand new. For -list and -7 i ::r--n The'Clerk, Sher-
of hundreds of U. S. Government .i. Attorney, Road Superintendent,'
Surplus Dpeots, located is every Engineer and Mosquito Control Su-
State -and overseas with pamphlet pervisor were also present.
"How Goveranment Can Ship Direct The meeting came to order- at
To You," plus iproaedares, HOW 9 o'clock a.m.
TO BUY ana how to get FREE Rev. G. T. Hinton opened the
SURPLUS, mall $2.00 to SURPLUS meeting with ;prayer.
SALES INFORMATION SERVICES The minutes of October 13 and
Box No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. tf 23 were read, approved and' adopt-,
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners ed.
and floor polishers. Sales and J1 M. Ce a appeared before'
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc- .the Board and told that he and C.
Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone D. Borders signed a bond for os-
BAll 7-371 tic co Caster. that was foreclosed by
the County and a Judgment was
entered against him. He wanted 'to
FOR SALE: 3 'bedroom oilde at know if the -C..unti. could reduce
1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old. this judgment in any way. After
Living room drapes, garbage dis- consideration there was a motion
posal included. Oall BAli 7-2311. by Commissioner Strickland, sec-
onded by Commissioner Croxton,
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call and unani-mously carried, thi c5he
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Clerk of Circuit Court Tbe author-
tvick expert service, tic i;ed to satisfy said judgment upon
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED In i.ayment of $250.00.
F YOU ARE INTERESTED. In ,he Srupervisor of the Mosquito
saving money see us for anything Control Department ,resented h.s
you need in your hme. STOP and annual certified budget for the fis-
SWAP SHOP. cal year ending September 30, 1961,
.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 showing a total to be expended as
hour. Cut your lawn and let me $50,087.10. Upon motion by Comn-
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf missioner Tharpe, seconded ,by
service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- Conimissaioner Cooper and duly
son, Phone 7-7501. carried, said budget was approved
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, The Board discussed payment of
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- a number of indigent hospital bills.
ing first and third Thursday nights No action taken because of a short-
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home. age of fund's at this time.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 0, Commissioner Croxton discussed
0. F.-Meets second and fourth the possibility of purchasing a five
Thursday, 7:30 p.m In American acre tract of land at White City
region Hall. All members urged ,o to ,be used as a borrow pit. Aftre
attend ciscuss-ion, there was a !motion by
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon Commissioner Croxton, seconded
Secretary: Theo Bishop by Commissioner Cooper and duly
carried, that the County purchase
R. A. M.-Regular convocation ol live acres from Mrs. Louella Ste-
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. bel for the total sum of $400.00 per
U.. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- acre.
ing brothers welcome. Commissioner Thartpe discussed
David H. Jones, High Priest. the proposed boat landing at the
Joel Lovett, Secretary White City bridge and said that
the State Road Department once
THERE WILL BE-a regular com- promised the County that the land-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge ing and loading ramp would be in-
No. 111, F&AM every first and stalled, but nothing has ,been done.
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. I1 w1as decided that the clerk write
to the State Road Department and
request information on plans for 1
constructing and maintaining the
ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M. landing and ra'mip at White City.
POPE FENDLEY. Seo. The Board discussed the legality
All Master Masons codiallyvited Ipaving for the utilities used by
l Master Masons cordially Invited ,.he,,,nall claims court in Port St.
Joe. The attorney reported his find-
ings and said that he had written
ibles :e Small Claim Judge with refer-
ence to his opinion. It was brought
MEMo ot that the Judge had an opinion
roimn the attorney general that may
Sbe the authority for the County to
pay the utilities for 'his office. The
A Clerk was instructed to write for
a copy of the opinion.
HIGHWAY 71) The Doard. directed the Clerk to
IGpay U. V. Estridge and Picky May
.vyer-s $15.00 each from indigent
d SAT. Closed Thursda 0 The frmn agent filed his annual
Id SAT. Closed Thursda s r- report for 19H0 and his monthly re-
_^-in~iin _i port for October. The same was or-
n de-red filed.
1Alli ^ pa iol 'tor the month of Oc-
pon Worthn 2C gal. s 'cber were approved and ratified
M as paid.
at INGRAM Station ']There being no further business,
(to conimec before the Board, the meet-
ing did then adjourn.
; George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
$ 0 be Chairman
S 3 bags a ADS
M tAlidget Investments ith I
TUI I Giant Returns
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es 6 for
Port St. Joe, Fla
No City Sales Tax in
Port St. Joe Flta,
This Column dedicated to.
"GU Y L ENE"
The Turkey (now deceas-
ed) Who Served BOYLES
DEPARTMENT STORE so
faithfully, and will be ser-
ved on a Thanksgiving ta*
It's a little lonesome since
"Guylene", the fine feathered
Thanksgiving bird went away,
and we're having a little trouble
with this memorial. However,
in fond memory of 1ier cheerful
kind) Boyles will continue to low, we sample you a few of
serve EXTRA TURKEY TROT these "in Memorlam" values:
IN MEMORIAM New gift features
G. Middleton Features: for the home
Just Trotted in-100% Orion Embroidered Boxed
,For boys 10 to 18
SWEATERS S EToS
Record low price $.8
$2.95 I9 160 thread count
The new low button coat styles, by Spunwell.
Our Uncle Hawk (Paul K.
Hawks), merchant and peddler
of fine shoes from Barnesvllle,
Ga., stopped over with us again
last week end. He was quite In-
terested and excited over "Guy-
lene" and called from Bainbridge
Ga., to find out who the winner
happened to be. Quite a guy, Un-
cle Hawkl We're making a dead-
line getting this column out and
Editor Wesley says, "let's go".
So, take It away, edl Thanksgiv-
ing greetings, my friends We
give humble thanks for many
good things, and our grateful
thanks to you, with best wishes
for your health and happiness.
S'long .-. RGB.
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Large 27 x 34
Bath mat and stool
cover. Asstd. colors.
IN MEMORIAL -
Excitingl New shipments
For Miss and Mrs. From Doris
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BLOUSES and SWEATERS
$1.95 to $7.95
SKIRTS, SLIM JIMS
With Matching Jackets
$5.95 to $8.95
Cheerful new colors and styles
in Junior, Missy and Women's
sizes. Outstanding qua lity.,
Boyles moderate prices.
A Few, Thoughts for A
(Reprinted *from last week's "Tattler" by R. Glenn Boyles,
The Tattler turns aside from business for a moments to
count blessings and give thanks: Yes, we're thankful to be
alive in this wonderful age. We're thankful for health that per-
mits us to work somee) and enjoy the privileges and benefits
of same. We're thankful for God's magnificent and beautiful
wrold even though these are anxious and tense times for all
mankind. We're thankful for a loyal and devoted companion who
has been a life-saver when the chips were down for this writer.
We're thankful for two sweet daughters who have afforded us
much pleasure along with many heartaches. We're thankful
for a comfortable though modest home.
We're thankful to be able to fully enjoy the comforts, con-
veniences and privileges of home. We're thankful for wonder-
ful parents still living and enjoying life. (Father 92, Mother
85). We're thankful for a host of wonderful friends who have
stuck by us through thick and thin and afforded us a great
deal of happiness and satisfaction. We're thankful for the op-
portunity and privilege of serving these fine people. We're striv-
ing to do a better job. Most of all, we're thankful for an All-
powerful, All-wise, All-loving, All-merciful Creator and Father.
We're thankful taht He has purged our mind and heart of fears,
resentments and bitterness. Yes, we're thankful for a love that
can include all mankind and sever the cords of malice and hate
that only destroys. Yes, we're thankful for that Supreme Love
that forgives our Sins and sets us FREE the only REAL
FREEDOM TO BE HAD. Bless your hearts and a Happy Thanks-
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ON THE BEACH
OUR MENU FOR THANKSGIVING DAY
Your Choice of One Meat
ROAST TURKEY WITH OYSTER DRESSING
HOME BAKED HAM WITH RAISIN SAUCE
BROILED FLOUNDER WITH LEMON and DRAWN BUTTER
ROAST BEEF WITH BROWN GRAVY
Choice of 2 Vegetables
FRESH STRING BEANS
SWEET POTATO SOUFFLE
TEA or COFFEE
WHOLE KERNEL CORN
Choice of Salad
'i .i o PIE
HOME-BAKED ROLLS or CORN SYfJClS
IN MEMORIAL -
Erima Boyles says: 'These
Children's and Girls
Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14. Fine cotton
long sleeve slipovers. Colorful,
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BOYLES DEPARTMENT STOE ..
PHONE BAL-l. 7-4261
2 22 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun" "
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor Jl
Associate Editors YOU-ALL BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL ". '
ERLMA M. BOYLES- Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
EARLINE SNELL ... Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
GUY N. MIDDLETON "--- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
gobbles and the double service
she performed, (Reminasd many
customers to gobble up Boyles
Turkey Trot Values plus the us-
ual service turkeys render man-
SPECIALS Friday and Saturday
-yes, the same VALUES that
made "Guylene" famous plus
many new SPECIALS recently
unpacked for Holiday selling. Be-
Buttrm Speaks To Elizabeth Ann Browne Named Sacred
Rotary Club Thursddy Hearft(olege'Personality of Month'
"The Changes In Furniture" was -
the subject of a talk given to- the Elizabeth Ann-Browne, daughter for further amusement!
Rotary Club Thursday Iby Rotarian of Mi. and Mrs. Cfharles Browne of Our "Personality" is made
'Wayne Buttram. He went back to Port St. Joe has been named "'Per-- friendliness, consideration, .si
the beginning of the manufacture s~onality .(f the ontW`-by "'The ty, and the ability to work wiE
,of modefi furniture by-the Romis. Collegette", ca'opus Ane .spaper: of thusiasm at -any given task.
"Furniture of this period was siMn- Sacred Heart Oo ge 1ju Oulman Is a shining example, of all
iple and b.ad severe ;llnes", safd Alabama. Elizabeth Ann-has been traits.
Euttiam. He said that even today dubbed with a new name at Sacred .
some of the lines ipeaist, but as Heart, as the article, reprinted be- NEWS FROM
a whole much furniture changes low mustrates. .
|with thie mes, Just asautomob.ea The Oollegette staff as selected Hiahlund Viev
homes, clothing and otfier everyday lizeth Ann Browne, better By BETTY REAMER
needs chnge. -k no'wn-.as "Lyd" for'-Its first 'Per- By BETTY CREAMER
Buttram said that 'at present sonality of the Month. She Is not
about tw and a half billion dol- a newcomer on camps; this is her Mr. andA Mrs. Johnnie Dail
lars a year is. spent n furniture, second year as a student of Sacred chIldren of Panana City v
This supports an industry of 5,-500 Heat w, er Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. 'and
H eartCollege, 'and wb, her fellow
manufacturers employing 30000 ts, nsidesr oursleves lucky Jim Whittington Su.nday.
people. Buttram .said that the av- o ow such a onderful person! M.r. and Mrs. B. A. Peters '
erage furniture factory employ 45 Looking on Is not one of "Lyd'.a" in Panama 'City during the
to 100 people. This industry, ike characteristics. Work and enths- end with friends and relatives
many others, is moving Souti. He lasm head"her list. This attitude Mr. d Mr. Earl Burrow
said ithe biggest innovation in ur- -upoi-fs her partcipatain I u- children tof Colorado Springs,
nature today is the trend toward activities ,, theConfraternity of a visitinghi parents, Mr
using lominated woods and manu- CaristiAn Doctrine, -the Phi Kppa MMrs.aP.. Burrows this wea
factured woods in today's tfurni- Delta Sorority,and the Sports Club. .Miss Patr ria Hanlon of Pa
ture. "These new materials are be- Her ob'b is always well done. City were visiting friends her
ing.and have been perfected to out- The girls have also discovered d y.
lat and out-wear natural wood in leadersp- ies Lyd, Friends o Will Maonill
-. eaderhip-qualiiestioLydesrnd Of his lnesi. ,~~We hai
with your fi.
or not, if you
and your loved
ones are in good health, you|
have much to be thankful for. i
Health is a priceless treasure
-guard it well by living sen-
sibly and seeing your doctor
regularly. If he gives you a
Sprescription-bring it to us
for prompt, courteous service.
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
$17 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
or Rotamy vloy.
The Rotary 01ub will nort aeat
Miss Donna Marie Mourning of todaUy 'a-ue : :me -rTanKig.voig ini-
Lafayette, Indiana and Perry Wil- day.
ford Elliott of Port St. Joe an-
nounoe their final wedding plans as First Baptist WMU
The wedding ceremony wi'l Ibe Sets Week of Prayer
-conducted by Rev. Byron Smith,
pastor of the First Baptist Church e Lottie Moon Week of Prayer
on November 28 at 7:00 p.m. in program will tbe observed at the
the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry First Daptist Church on 'the follow-
Ellilott, 619 Madison Street, with Ing days
only the familly present.
All friendss are invited to the re- Monday and Tuesay, November
ception following at 7:30. 28 and 2 at 3:o00 p.m.
________ Wednesday, November 30, at 7-: 30
White City Church to | Thursday and Friday, December
A/I ... | 1 and 2, at 3:00 p.m.,
Observe Prayer Week Topic 3the program is, "His
--- Peace for the Multitudes".
The WMU of the White City Bap- --- -*
Eist COhurch will observe its Week Called To Atlanta
of Prayer on November 28 through R. H. Bllsey was called' to Atlan-
Decemiber 2. The WMU will meet ta, Ga., Tuesday ,by the serious.
each morning at 9:30. I. illness of his brother, who suffered'
Everyone is invited to attend. 'a heart attack.
which desecrioes Lyd perfectly. ort
St. Joe, Florida, Lyd's hom'eotwn,
may help -to explain this. It pro-
vides for her the things she (best
likes to do: swimming, boating, 'bi-
'wfl be feeling tIIsID better
,Mr. and Mrs. Eugene- Suggs and
children' of Parker, Mr. and Mrs-
Russ Whitfield- and Frank Eden-
field 'of Blountstown visited Sun-
day with the C. A. Griffin family.
Mr. and. Mrs. Willard 'Cooper and
son, Mrs. Daisy Britcher and son
of Port Walton visited Mrs. Wil.ie
tI he 5
THIE 8TAR, ort it. Joe, F0d. THURSDAY, November. 24, 1960
S ro..o u s Can No
Qualify for SS
Hundreds of people in this area,
whose 'social security claims have
bee-n disallowed,. can now qualify
Xor retirement.or survivor benefits.
The 1960" changes in the 'Social Se-
ourity Law reduced the amount of
Work credits necessary 'for retire-
me-utl or survivor ,benefits.
.. l "' The new changes 'are not effec-
e A. tive automatically. Rather, a new
claim must be filed to gain the ben-
-. ..ef-- its. -If your claim for retirement
S. ,or -survivor payment was di sallow-
a aed for ack of work credit in ,the
* ld past, you should immediately file
alaited w a nw claim' with your nearest o-
Mrs. cial security office. Anyone reach-
ing retirement age, 65 for men, 62
visitedd --. for women, before 1957, or where
A.'sStudy Mission B 'insured record now with only one
'Mrs. HIelen. Burkett taught -theI The gulls met at the Long Ave-nd a half years of work credits.
Saretnd book, "Benos Dis" to the Inter-'ne ovChurch for a ison study ischaion, althbrought about byeen two
oo mediateGirl's Auxiliaries of the about Mexicoandenjoyed adel- '
an-d ad'she njoyedaxdeli-t hhe 1960 amendments, should'affect
ok. Lon'g A~ven, ue Baptist Church and c oPisoered: dish Mrr. ',ore people. In this 'seven counDy
n Ae ne Bapt ts r an girls froh b aoth rea than any of 'the other chang-
'e~ri- Tuesday, Novem~ber 15. churches. as. Yet, very.-few people in 'the area
Have ftled new claims -under this
regret provision, although it has been -two
Pap her n H ts P monthss since the changes were
Brs. rwn Hosts r Predics 2 made. Your social sceurity office
Eta Upsilon Meet Holiday Deaths
Eta Upsflon ,chapter of Beta 'Sig- .TALLAHASSEE Twenty- two
ma Phi. held their regular meeting people who 'lay plans for observing
at the home of 'Mrs. Walter Brown Thanksgiving Day for -the purpose
Thursday at 8:00 p.m. The meeting for which it is intended', will n't
was called' to order iby Mrs. David be around' for that holiday na.xt
cycle riding and dancing-eThis last, En 'Suger last. w.ee eund. Jones, president. The meetnn,- was
dancing, is a special talent of J. R. Hewitt spent the week end opened by repeating the opening
Lyd's. 'Sucess in this field 'has en- in Walton and Holmes counties ritual in unison. ,Mrs. Courtne.y
albled her .to open a dancing school with friend's and ,relatives. Martin read the minutes of the pre-
for -small children. This is a two- 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Raymond Burrows iou's 'meeting and Mrs. Gordon Far.
fold kaccdmplishment, for it provides and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burrows vis- s 'gave the -treasurer's report. A
her with a job she enjoys, and, pro- ited Saturday in Panama City wlht sho'rt discussion on all old and new
videos the experience necessary to the Richard Hanlon family. business rws held. After the busli-
realize her ambition, which Is' to W. B. Holland. and son, Groverness period, Mrs. Edwin Peters,
be an elementary 'school eacher. Lee, visited rel aties. in Colunabus, 'vice president, conducted .th e
We all are familiar with Lyd's Ga., Wduring the week end. l pledge training session. Following
cheerful, sincere 'manner, and ,all fMrs. Willie Enfinger spent last and pledge training session, Mrs..
are convinced that success is inev- week vrilsiting with 1rs. Harvey Terry- Hiote presented the pro-
itable in her life; ILarimore at Simmoms Bayou. 'gram, "Your Day 'Socially". Every-
I t t Mrs. W. G. esser of Panama Ci0- one took part in the program dis-
If Lyd .ever becomes .impatient M r. B. cussion.
with the actions of -her potential A. Peters this week The meeting was closed by re-
puils, she has only to. remember Mr. and. Mrs. Jeff Duval held open eating theclosing ritual in unison:
the origin of her .own nickname, house at their new home on' 666 Those attending were Mrs. Lee
"Lyd". After .all, it ipn't every day Parker Avenue Friday, November Taylor, Mrs. Harry Munphy, Mrs.
that a 'child of 'four picks up the 18 t 7:30. Those who called were: Bill Merchant, Mrs. Ralph Ward,
habit of driuhking.hand lotlonh and Mrs. John McKenzie, Mrs. H. G. 'Mrs. Edwin Peters, Mrs. David
hoe polish and keeping the : ds Parker, Mr. .and Mrs. BIll Weks,, Jones, .Mrs. John. F. iScott, Mrs.
Mrs. Ca.rlos Miles, Mrs. M.. Wood, Gordon Parris, Mrs. Braxton Ward,.
.... ..:- Mrs. Beatrice Hill, Mrs. J. D. DaVis, Mrs. Harrison Hall, Mrs. Terry Hi-'
..- s. Harry Cannavino. Th6se dend- note, Mirs. iCourtney Martin, M rs.
g gifts .werd6Mrs' George Leece, Edwin /McGill, Mrs. Walter Brown,
Mrs. Royce Butts and 'Mrs. P. T. and Mrs.- Wi.lliam F. Wager, 'chap-
S Mcoormick. Refreshnrients of deli- iter sponsor.
...^ *-.- :clous cake, coffee and- Coca-Cola Following the meeting, refresh-
were served 'to 'those who attended. ments were served 'by the hostess,
lil .Mrs. Walter Brown.
By Mrs. Betty Missler
By Mrs. Betty Missler
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Cathey,. Jr.,
and family of Mexico Beach, depart-
ed on Friday, November 18, for
Memp rhs, Tenn. Accompanying
them was Rex Buzzett, of Port St.
Joe. In Memphis, they will visit
with family and friends through
the Thanksgiving holiday. Their
return trip will include a visit to
Mrs. Cathey's sister in' Tupelo,
Miss., and 'a stop-over in 'Selma, Al-
abama, to visit with, relatives
there. The Cathey's are expected
home on 'Sunday, November 28.
I* 0 0
'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker and
family of Mexico Beach will spend
Thanksgiling 'day in Blountstown
with 'the G. U. Parker family.
Dr. and' Mrs. 0. H. Rutherford
and children of Nashville, Tenn.,
spent four days-here last week vis-
iting with Mrs. Rutherford's par-
eats, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fort-,
ner of Mexico Beach. Mrs. Fortner
returned to Nashville with the Ru-
therford's to spend a few days at
Mrs. Richard Fortner will spend
Thanksgiving day with Mr. 'and
Mrs. W. G. Hardy of Overstreet.
The Fish Fry last Saturday eve-
ning sponsored. by the 'Mexico
Beach Business Association brot
an 'excellent turnout. The event was
so popular more fish had to be pro-
vided' for the affair. Music for the
occasion was furnished iby Don
Levens, George Padgett, Marcus.
Neel 'and Clio Adkinson, all of Port
George Holland, president of the
Association, would 'like to thank
the musicians and all the others
who so graciously donated' their
time, work and support to the af-
fair. Thanks and' appreciation also
are extended' to the Ideal Bread Co,.
who furnished 'the bread, The Flor-
ida Power Co., who furnished the
power and the electric oil cooker.
Thanks are also extended to J. T
Binion of 'Mexico Beach who
caught and supplied most of the
fish for the event.
The next regular meeting will ibe
held in the home of Mrs. Gordon
Farris Tuesday, December 6 at 8:00'
year. -They will die in traffic.
This 'grim prediction was made
'this week by the Florida Highwav
ha's "o way of knowing each and
every person who might be affect-
ed. Accordingly, action must be
taken .by those people who would
now be entitled to payments.
If you know of anyone who
would' be affected, please have
tihem contact their nearest social
security office immediately. The
office for 'this area is located at
1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama
City. The telephone number is
Patrol by bIasing its calculations of POiplar 3-5331.
the increase in state highway -
deaths 'so far this year over like Arriving for Holiday
periods for previous holidays. John Miller will amrive Wednes-
"Thanksgiving is a 'day for d'oi.ng 'day night to spend Thanksgeving
just what the word 'says," declared holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Commander H. N. Ki-kman, "ibut Mrs. J. Lamar Miller. John. is at-
against high odds, people will drive tending the University of Florida.
without real caution and 'care and
they. will be killed while 'fatally
"Our department will have every
'available state trooper on 'the high-
ways .for the long holiday week
end, but we can't prevent them 'all.
So you, the 'driver, for the most
part will have 'to take care for
yourself. Drive ,ikhe 'your 'life de-
pended 'uupon it, for it does."
'The. 1960 Thanksgiving holiday
will .,be four days'. and nights long
ifor. many-wh'o will,be off on Thurs-
day, Saturday and Sunday.
The Highyvhay Patrol. will begin
its tally-yat. 6 p.m. Thursday and,
continue though midnight the fol-
.At present 'Florida's highway
death rate is running a little more
Ithan 100 over a comparable period
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Rufus M. Allen, Plaintiff,
Louise Maude Allen, Defendant
Notice to Louise Maude .Allen
whose place of residence is .320
Monroe 'Street, Brooklyn, New
On or before the 27th day of De-
cember, A.D., 1960 the defendant,
Louise Maude Alien, I&S1required to
serve upon oBinijaimn H. Dickens,
Plaintiff's Atto"Tey, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, Port 'St. Joe,
Florida, a -copy of and file with the
Clerk of .said _C',urt, he original of
1an answer to the Bill of Complaint
.filed against her herein, .for divorce.
Witness my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewaihitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 22 day of
November, A.D., 1690.
GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
Clerk Circuit Ciourt 11-24
(Circuit Count Seal)
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Foy Schef-
fer, announce the birth of a son,
John Foy on November 8.
Mr. and Mrs. John Young Wim-
berly 'announce the birth of a son,
Charles Edward on November 10.
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Club 22 Holds
Club 22 held. its regular .meeting
in the home of Mrs. Ruth McCor-
mick on Monday night. The meet-
ing was opened with prayer by Mrs.
Flora Long. Mrs. Lois Daniels,
President, conducted the business
,session. Cakes, pies and other ar-
ticles were donated for the bake
sale and bazaar to 'be held on Tues-
day. During the discussion period
it was suggested that the club make
'up aa basket for some needy family
to be given at Ohristmas time.
Plans were made for our next meet-
ing which will be our Christmas
party. At this time you will find
out who your 'Secret 'Sister" has
been all year. This will 'be a cov-
ered dish supper, time and place to
,be announced later. The meeting
was closed with prayer by Mrs.
Flarazelle Connell. I
Refreshments of cake and coffee!
were enjoyed by the following
members: Mrs. Addle Goodson,
Mrs. Lois Daniell, Mrs. Flarazelle
Connell, Mrs. Jessie Owens, Mrs.
Susie Chason, Mrs. Viola Walters,
Mjrs. Virginia Smith, sMrs. Ruth
McCormick, Mrs. Hazel Simams,
Mrs. Aliene Hightower, Mrs. Flora
Long and TMrs. Elsie Griffin.
SHOP AT HOME
S .,^ to continue protection against:
County Health Officer Stresses The
Importance of Getting Polio Shots
"Polio is still a danger in our
community, and'iprotcetive Immuni-
zation must ibe maintained", says
Dr. Langston, Health Officer of
Gulf County. He cautions par-
ents of small children that polio
remains a hazard in our commun-
ity; also, that as more -and more
children nd. 'adults in Gulf
County are protected against polio
by 'immunization, those without
the protection of Injections have
less opportunity 'to build natural
immunity against the disease.
Consequently, children without
immunization 'are unprotected from
the polio virus infecting them, and
the disease may be more severe,
its effects more serious.
Dr. Langston stated further
that a complete series of three in-
jections is needed for adequate
protection against polio. In order
to maintain protection, periodic
booster injections are necessary.
He urged parents to be sure their
children have had all the neces-
sary immunizations. He added that
they should contact their physician
for further information.
-I, ,~ -
Lte manufacture ofr urniture;: bave W hown their approval by
Guests of ithe club were Emer- eleotng her a dorm representative
son Bentley of Birmingham, Aia., for Mary HeAl.
Rev. C. J. Buttra m, 'Cottondiale and
Don B. Nutt and Kenneth Merritt "The outdoor type" 'is a phrase
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