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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: October 13, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keel
it where wewcan speak with It
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1960 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 3S


FIRE PREVENTION WEEK-The picture above, Britt (left) is
Port St. Joe. Jaycees promoted shown putting up' one of his pos.-
fire safety this' past week in an ters and explaining its purpose
observance of .ire Preventipn to Jaycee Dick Lamberson, own-
Week. Jaycee. Joe Britt was 'the er of St. Joe Auto Parts Com-
chairman of the projcet. In the ,pany.. Jaycee Joe Stevens (right)


Sharks Lose To Milton; Travel To

DeFuniak Springs Tomorrow Night


The Port St. Joe Sharks, went
down in defeat for the second
straight week last Friday nmightt
giving up aW': 3 to 12 decision to
Milton. The. :Siiarks,. still smarting
from the 25 to'0 defeatt .the previous
week, played' ".wel offensively-in-
fact, they gained 30 more total
yards than Milton, but Miltonu took
advantage of the Sharkls erratic
defense to score in every period.
Statistic wise, it was a close
-game.
Mlilto n scored very quickly in
the first quarter .ild '.were held
pretty good iby the Sharks the re-
mainder of'the period up 'until the
middle 'of the second quarter wheu
the Panthers drove for another
tally. The Sharks. conjured .up e'-v
eral good offensive' drives but the
lbig Milton'. line tightened p'wlp when
the Sharks 'got in striking distance.
Milton scored twice in the third
artery and : the Sharks- finally
found, the raung4 with, ofne of the
31' passes -that 'were&ithrd6wn by the
Sharks. The score eamne on 'a five
yard' pass from Bob Munn to end
James Gibson, who mniade a nice
diving catch for the score. The
Sharks, scored again on a pass from
Munn to Nelson Hall that covered
55 yard's.
Tomorrow night tlie 'Sihaks will
oe trying to get back into the win
column. They- will travel to Da-
- Funlak S&pnng-+-o ,meet the winless
PWalton Braves. Although Walton
i winless, they will 'be trying with.
all i hey have for their irst .set-
son victory and the Sharks will'
need' to play top notch ball to over-
come Walton's desire.
These .two teams have always
had a good rivalry and get a great
amount of pleasure out of defeat-
ing one another, so it stacks up as
'a pretty good game and it prob-
ably will be the most evenly match-
ed team 'that the Sharks will meet
this year.
THE YARDSTICK


Accident Involves

Car, Pulp Truck

An automobile accident Tuesday
night just after dark totally de-
stroyed a 1954 Plymouth automo-
,bile belonging to Faro L. Aman of
White City.
According to investigators, A-
man 'was driving toward' his homo
in White Oity when he met a pulp-
w c od truck a'bout three miles out
~f Port St. Joe, -being driven by
Jacob Myers ,of Wewahitchka. Ac-
cording to Amnan, the truck had
only one headlight. Amian began to
apply his brakes and pull off the
road to avoid' what he thought was
a certain collision. Amffan's left'
front ,brakes locked and pulled hhis
car into ,the side of the pulpwyood
truck. The car was totally demolish-
,ed, ,but nobody was injured.
Amamn was charged by the High-
way IPatrol with driving on the
wrong -side of the road. The driver
of the truck was charged with op-
erating an unsafe vehicle. The
truck -was owned by Claude Lister
of Wewahitchka.


Kiwanis Hears

Coast Guard Chief

The job of the Cape San Bias
'Coast Guard Station was explained
to the Kiwanis 'Club at their regu-
lar meeting Tuesday.
Chief Anthony Piluemer, com-
manding officer 'of the station told
the club their work was strictly a
navigational 'aid'. The station pro-
vides three types 'of navigational
aids 'and .directions. They use the
lighthouse for warning of shoal wa-


I W --n
Jaycees Hunting


Gulf County 'Good


Govt' Candidate

The Port St. Joe Jaycees are con-

ducting a county-wide Good Gov-
ernment contest to select ,a person
from this county who would be en-
S- tered in the state-wide contest.
This program is conducted to hon-
or 'an elected official, employee or
citizen who has contributed' out-
standing contributions t owa r d
good government. The local Jay-
cees wil'r make this 'an annual

Any person who would like to
submit a person for consideration
of this award are invited to do so.
Write the name of the .person, the
.. position 'held and a resume of -why


meant, Box 308, Poft St. Joe. Entries
S must be in the hands of the Jay-
cees not later than 12:00 noon on
October 24, 1960.
looks on. Britt placed the 'pos- R is county-wide
ters promoting fire safety all i i. county -ae
over town this past week and I contest including city, county at-
ovtbt ed nmeros other pek and state officers elected 'from 'this
strbuted nmerou other e county, their employees, their ap-


es o re prevent on l eraure.
(Star photo)


James T. Mancifl

Taken By Death

Funeral services for James Tho.
mas Mancill, 54, 'of Port St. Joe
were held at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday
at Isagora Church in northwest
Holmes County.
The Rev. 0. B. Harrisi officiated
and burial was in the Curry Geme
tery.


pointed laymen or any community
*minded citizen (provided 'he or she
has 'made an outstanding record
in the field of good government)
are eligible for consideration.
All entries must ibe in the hands
of 'the Jaycees on the specified
date, as the award 'will 'be made
at the regular 'meeting of the Jay-
cees,- Tuesday, October 25.


James C, Cox is

Man of Month


aANw


Jamnes '. Cox, AN, was selected
Mancill, died Monday morning in ,on October 1 as Man of the Month
the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospi- ;for the month of September by
ital from a heart ailment. He had"I members of Helicopter Utility,


been burned, two weeks ago when
a shrimp boat belonging to Carlos
Miles, on which he was working,
caught fire and burned near Indian
Pass.
Surviving are 'his widow, Mrs. Al-
.lie Mancifl' of Bartow; three 'sons,
James' of Leesburg and Buford and
Alfred Mancill, both of Bartow;
and Mrs. Mary Forehand of Cary-]
ville, 'four 'brothers, Archie of
Black, Ala., Sammie of Riva, Md.,
Calvin of Long Beach and David
of Pianama City 'and two sisters,
Mrs. Mattie B. Davis of Panama
'City and Mrs. Betty Henderson of
Caryville.
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Cub Scouts To

Meet October 18

Bob Fox, chairman of the Rotary
Club Scouting Committee announc-
ed this week that George Anchors
has accepted the position of 'Cub
Scout master for the coming year.-
The Rotary Club is 'the sponsoring
organization' of -the Cuib and Boy
Scouts in Port St. Joe.
The first 'meeting of the year for
the Cub Pack will be held Tues-
day 'night, October 18 at 8:00 p.m.
i'n Ithe Port S4. Joe -Recreation
Center.
This 'meeting will be held to or-
ganize the Cub movement in Port


St. Joe for the new season. Para-
iterz in the (area, ordinary radio I
a- tounft on, the agenda, will be the


St. Joe M ilton con. The Loran 'acts' on the sam e ... .. o .h g..
irst Downs 10 11 principal as celestial navigation, tAll Cub Scouts, those wishing
Yard Rushing -- 6 200 except that it elimintes error and t e ub. Scouts, and their par-
Yds. Passi ng 241 67 makes 'a more accurate "fix" as to cents are urged to attend.
Total Yds. ... 297' 267 fositioMn
Peas Attempt. .... 34 13 Pfleumer said the Loran range r
Pass Comp. 14 4 is about 1400 miles at night and Ia c
Had Intercepted 1 2 800 miles in the daytime. Its varia- De .J A
,.Yds. Penalized ___ 30 45 ition is less than 10 percent, enabl- P.Unne r iay
Fumbles Lost 1 2 ing a vessel to (pinpoint its position
within 10 miles, 1,000 miles from There will be an open house'
the station. A compliment of 16 square dance Friday night at 8:00
First Baptists men man the station. p.m. at the Centennial Building.
Terry Hinote was inducted as a The purpose of the open house
Observe nLa Day new member of the club. is to acquaint interested people
Observe ay j Guests were Freddy Bowdoin and with square dancing.
--- :.' "" Bernie Buzzett from Port 'St. Joe Gil Mathis, caller, from Panama
The Brotherhood of the First High SchooL OCity, will ibe in charge of the pro-
Baptist Church observed their an-- gam, and will be teaching square
nual Layman's Day Sunday. The Home for Week End dance classes here -if there are
day's activities were started with Beverly Baldwin, Cindy Carbon- enough people interested.
a breakfast at the Motel St. Joe at neau, Alex Gaillard and John Mil- After a series of classes, a square
440.0 &a.Mc ler visited their parents last week dance club will be formed here.
The laymen had! charge of the end. They are all students at the The club will 'be similar to the
music services for the morning and University of Florida in Gaines- clubs in Panama City.
evening services. Laymen John ville. Square dancing is 'a nation-wide
Strickland and Ralph Manomber pastime. Everyone is invited to at-
brought the evening message: Send The STAR To A Friend ,tend for a most enjoyable evening.


Squadron One, North Island, San
Diego. Cox is .ithe son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Cox of Highinad View."


City Revises Mills;




Raised To 8.5


Band Concert

Set for Tonight

The Port St. Joe High School
Band and the Junior High Band
will present a musical concert
tonight in the auditorium for the
Band Parents Association and
for the general public. There will
be no admission charge.
The concert will begin at 8:00
p.m.
The purpose of the concert is
to acquaint the Band Parents and
the public with the progress of
the band. The Band. Parents or-
ganization will take advantage of
the opportunity to secure mem-
berships and workers for their
organization which Is dedicated
to providing needed materials
for improvement of the band.
The general public is invited
to attend.


Lowest Millage Rate In History of

Port St. Joe Approved By Commission

Port St. Joe tax payers will be faced in 1961 with the lowset
millage levy in the history of modern Port St. Joe. The City Com-
mission accepted a revision of their 7.5 millage levy Tuesday night
in special session that was hiked from the original version to 8.5
mills. This millage includes the .9 mill levied to pay off refunding
bonds for the construction of the City Hall. This is still a two
mill drop from the levy of 10.5 of last year.


Although the 'City Commission
passed a record tow tax hill for
.the coming year, it was not without
opposition. Commissioner John R.
Smith stated. that he felt the tax
millage should be kept at 10.5 with
the extra money over and above the
proposed operating schedule pre-
sented for ,approval, to be used for
the purchase of a new garbage
truck and for more paving in the


The City is currently paving 10th
Street 'and Main Street and Avenue
C in the Colored section of town.
This is Ibeing done 'at a cost of
$17,000. The City contracted -the
work done by paving people here
in the 'city to pave several projects
under the Gulf County bond issue.
.Smith went ,so far 'as to make a
motion that the budget ,be increas-
ed iby $8,500 to include money for
the purchase of a new garbage
trfak. Commissioner Hannon sec-
onded the motion, [but it 'was de-
feated. by Commissioners Nedley
and Duren and Mayor 'Sharit vot-
ing against the motion. Sharit
,pointed out that the present gar-
bage truck was performing well
and that should it go to pieces dur-
ig .the year, the Commission had
provided enough money in the con-
tingencies fund' to meet any such
'emergency. Smith's argument for
'a new truck was that the old one
was 12 years old and. should be re-
tired.
Add To Budget
The first draft of the budget had
a village of 7.5 levied against real
and personal property. C-ommni.ission-


Mrs. Britt Taken

By Death In Wewa

Mrs. Hattle McDaniell Britt, age
76, passed' away at her home in
Wewahitchka, at 12:20 am. test
Thursday morning.
She was survived' by two sons,
Sam and Frank both of Wewa,
hitchka; one daughter, Mrs. Jesse
Caskin of Folkston, Ga.; five
;grandchildren and five great grand-
,uhild.ren and one-fbrother, James, J.


Cox, a Log Room Yeoman was iLcwaniae of f aplanm, .
cited 'by his division officer, Lt. Funeral services were held' Pri-
(jg) T. J. Simone, as conscientious day,. October 7 at 3:30 p.m. at the
capable 'and a 'determined young Methodist Church in Mewahitchka
man whlro has demonstrated a de- with the Rev. aoyt Jordan officlat-
,sire to acquire -knowledge and in- ing.


formation.


Burial was in the family plot
. ''.'.. "'. ': Jehu Cemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home was
.'., charge of arrangement.


FTA Sponsors

Current Movie


Today 'and tomorrow are the days
to see the movie, "The Fall of the
House of Usher" at the Port Thea-
tre, being sponsored by the Future
STeachers Association of the Port
St Joe High School.
The movie is based on a story of
the same name, written by Edgar
Allen Poe.
H. Ladin i :'i.: reomiended Tickets for the movie are avail-
Cox saying: "H eis at all times able from -any member of the FTA
sharp in appearance, courteous to !or at the Port Theatre box office.
everyone with whom he comes in iO each donation ticket purchased,
contact, and his ability to get along 'the FTA .receives' lc. This money
with his shipmates makes him a will be 'used tby the Future Teach-
very definite aid to morale. ers to finance their -local operation
He will Tbe a guest of the Chula and to provide funds to .attend
Vista 'Chamber 'of Commerce at a ,their annual convention
luncheon in his honor. Later in the Mrs. Margaret Biggs is sponsu.,
month Cox will take the Hacienda of the PTA.


Flight from San Diego to Las Ve-
'gas where he will have an evening
of night life as a guest 'of the six
million dollar Hacienda Hotel. This
includes a Gourmet buffet dinner,
complete with limousine service in
Las Vegas, show entertainment,
swimming, -four chances to win
$5,000, in a hole-in-one contest and
two rounds of golf. Upon returning
to San Diego he will gte the follow-
ing day off in order to recuperate.

Visiting Harpers
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harper, White
City, had asz their guests last week
end, Mr. Harper's brother and fam-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harper of
Meridian, Miss.

Visiting Mrs. McCall
Mrs. Mary Coucher of Massachu-
setts is visiting this week with
Mrs. Marian McCall.
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Attend Cancer Meeting
'Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Hendrix
and Mrs. H. C. Brown attended the
annual Cancer Society meeting
held in Fort Lauderdale last week.


The executive committee of the
Mexico Beach Business Association
and C. M. Parker of the Mexico
Beach Development Corporporation
wi l hold a special meeting next
'week to propose and formulate
plans for opening up the present
boat basin at Mexico Beach early
next year. Us of the boat basin has
[been' restricted due to continuous
filling in of sand in the channel.
The contemplated program to be
discussed, will provide for the ex-
tension of the present jetties into
deeper water .so there will be ,grat-


er protecitloa agons't the sand ,fi' jer Hannon still cont' .ad ,t't:iat 'the
intg of the channel'. The extneded 'budget didn't 'allow enough money
Jetties will also offer space from to insure funds enough to 'work on
which to fish. for .the year. He advocated that it
Envisioned in the proposed new :be raised by one mill to 8.5.
plans are provisions for adequate Mayor Sharit told the Board that
parking area for cars and 'boat since the budget had been drawn
trailers. The necessary 'ground for it had' [been brought to light that
the parking will 'ultimately be deed- the cost of a new radio-telephone
ed over .to the business association system for the police 'department
or the Mexico Beach community to had been deleted, which would' re-
aasure perpetual use. quire an expenditure of approxi-
As soon as' the necessary details mately $2,400.00 a year. Sharit al-
have been worked out at 'the ex- so felt that the Centennial, Build-
ecutive meeting, a general public ing 'should be put in good shape.
meeting will be 'announced for ear- He therefore recommended, that in
ly in November 'at which all mem- light of these extra expenditures
ibrs of ithe association, property and also to allow a 'cushion to op-
owners, boat owners and other in- erate on that the budget millage be


terested parties will tbe invited co 'set at 8.5. Commissioner Hannon
attend and' the plans presented for made a motion to this effect and it
discussion and, approval. passed unanimously.
-> i Mayor Sharit stressed the theme
Fred Perry 'Commended all night of the economic situation
'in Port St. Joe during the past
Fred Perry, operator of Port year. "We have been told that we
St. Joe's water pumping station !cannot look for good times until
and treatment plant received a the end of 1961, therefore I recom-
commendation this week from in- mend the cout in taxes as a relief
spectors of the State Board of 'on those people who are having
Health, a hard time of it financially". Sha-
David P. Lee of Jacksonville rit went on to 'say that "if we can
and a Mr. Haney of Tallahassee do as good next year as we have
both with the State Sanitary De- this year, we will be in good shape".
apartment went out of their way A complete breakdown of the new
to give Perry a vote of congratu- City income 'and expenditure sche-
latlons on the efficient and pro- dule may Tbe found in a legal' ad-
per operation of the plant on an vertisement on page four of this
Inspection trip here last week. issue.


Long Avenue Baptist Church Schedules Revival Services

Beginning Monday; Daytona Beach Minister Is Evangelist

Revival services will begin at
""'I the Long Avenue Baptist Church
on Monday night, October 17 at
7:30 p.m. Rev. Vernon Brown, par-
S. tor of the First Baptist Church of
.Daytona Beach will be the visiting
evangelist. R. O. St one, song lead-
er of 'the same church will have
charge of the music in the gervicss.
:; Services will 'be held at 7:30 each f
night through Sunday, October 23.
Beginning Tu sdaLry morning and
continuing through Saturday, early'' = K
morning services are scheduled for ..'
7:00 a.m. with a light breakfast
: being served immediately after the
service.
A nursery will be provided at
every service for small children.
Rev. J. 0. Odum, pastor, offers
REV. VERNON BROWN an inTitation from the church for R.O. STONE
Evangelist everyone to-attend the services. ... Song Leader


Mexico Beach Business Association

Making Plans To Re-Open Boat Basin


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Trammell- Jacobs
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Trammell announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Freda Elaine, to Therman Corva Ja-
cobs, the son of Mrs. Flossie Jacobs of Bristol and Corva Ja-
cobs. The wedding will be Saturday, October 22 at 7:00
p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Port S.t Joe. All friends
and relatives of the couple are invited to attend.


FirstBaptist

Circles Meet


The First Baptist WMU met Mon-
day at 3:00 p.man. at the church for
their monthly Royal 'Service pro-
gram.
Mrs. Milton Chafln, president.
called -the meeting to order and'
after a brief business session, the
,meeting was turned ovr to Mrs. Mi-
.dred Montgomery, program chair-
man. Mrs. Montgomery was assist-
ed 'by Mrs. Anchors, Mrs.. Nichols,
Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Padgett in tbring-
ing 'the interesting program, "The
Message of God's Son". Mrs. Cliff
Ellis gave prayer for missionaries
on the prayer calendar for -the
month. The meeting was adjourn-
ed to the lawn at the side of the
church, where a social hour was
enjoyed. Refreshments of coffee,
dainty sandwiches and cookies
were served to 35 members and
guests who enjoyed the social hour
together.
Circles of the First Baptist WMU
will meet Monday, October 17 as
follows:
oCircle 1, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry.
Circle 2, Mrs. H. F. Ayers.
Circle 3, Mrs. Sidney Anchors.
Circle 4, Mrs. Graydy Keele.
Young Woman's Circle, Mrs.
Ann Whittle.
AM' members are urged to attend
their circle meetings.


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Friendly Venture Chapter Elects Officers for Coming Year


A meeting of the Friendly Ven- Mrs. Harrison F. Hall, Mrs. Bill Merchant, Mrs. Harvey Murphy,
ture 'Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi so- extension officer, Mrs. Ralph Ward; Mrs. Lee Taylor, Mrs. Ralph Ward,
rority was held' in the home of treasurer, Mrs. Gordon Farris. Mrs. Edwin Peters, Mrs. David
Mrs. Lee Taylor to elect officers Mrs. William F. Wager was chosen Jones, Mrs. Gordon Farris, Mrs.
for the coming year. Officers elect- to bthe the chapter sponsor. Courtney Martin, Mrs. Braxton
ed were: President, Mrs. David! The group agreed to have their Ward, Mrs. John. F. Scott and Mrs.
Jones; vicespresident, Mrs. Edwin rituals as soon as pins are receiv- William F. Wager.
Peters; recording secretary, Mrs. ed from international. I Following the .meeting, refresh-
Courtney Martin; corresponding Those attending were: Mrs.-Ter- ments were served by the hostess,
secretary, Mrs. Braxton L. Ward; ry Hinote, Mrs. Walter Brown, Mrs. Lee-Taylor.


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Pridaeons Host


Carolyn foberts and Lewi Rog ers.
A good time was enjoyed iby all.


At Barbecue CARD OF THANKS
To those who made the tragic
Death of our loved 'one less agon-
Mr. and Mrs. Stetson Pridlgeon
ertaned at a chicken r n izing, thank you 'and bless you.
dinner Saturday night i t lrie:r For your prayers, food, words of
home in White City honoring their comfort, beautiful floral offerings,
guests, Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Ria;l for every lact, every deed you ren-
and daughters, Misses Ruth xul dered to steady us and assist us
Julie Hall of Aiuburndale. 1he in our trying ordeal, we give
Halls had .been on vacation in thanks. Words are inadequate, can
North Carolina and Georgia and convey no true expression of our
stopped by on their way home for srrow. We feel our 'heartbreak can
a 'short visit with. the Pridgeons never be bhaled, and in' our 'lives
and Mrs. Willie 01a Upshaw. They we know an ,emptiness which can
returned to their home in Auburn- never be filled. But we all have
dale Sunday accompanied by Mrs. those cherished anemories of our
Upshaw, who will remain for an dearly departed to 'console us un-
exten'ded visit. til we see her 'again. God has tak-
Attending the dinner .were Mi. en her home, where grief and sor-
and Mrs. A. ,P. Martin and dhugh-'row have no place. It is He who
Liters, of Port 'St. Joe, Mr. and' Mrs.
James Martin and children and
Mr. and Mrs. David Rich of White
City.


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER

Mrs. Dalton Grace and. Mar.
Clarence Dean of Panama City
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.
V. Cannington Wednesday.
Mrs. Sarah Brownell and baby'
visited her another, Mrs. Dyson In
Oaryville Sunday.
Mrs. W. C. Miles- were ca'llng
on friends in Wewahitchla Sun-
day afternoon.
Olinton Cox and Jimmy Whit-
`tington motored to S-opchoppy dur-
ing tie week end'.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell and
daughter of Parker attended the
wedding of Haxel Oreamer to
George Si mmons Saturday night in
-the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church.
W. T. Brannon and sons Shan-
non and William visited in Carra-
belle during .the week end.
Gene Cananigton of Ohipley vis-
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
V. Oannington Tuesday.
Mrs. Mae Creamer and daughter
Bebty 'viited Sunday with ,their fa-
ther and grandfather, A. J. Payne
of Wewahitchlka.
Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons
visited relatives in Bonifay Sun-
day and' attended the rodeo.
Mr. and Mrs. Hu-ton Watson
were in Chattanooga, Tennessee
during the week end due ,to the
death of Mrs. Watson'0 nelee.
Ezra Brownell and Janice and
Margaret Player attended the ro-
deo in Bonifay Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gay and chil-
dren, Mrs. Pauline Gay and Mr.
and Mrs. Hulbert Floyd and chil-
dren attended a birthday dinner
Sunday in Ohattahoochee, honor-
ing their father and grandfather,
'Pat Peters on his 71st birthday.
BIRTHDAY DINNER
MrS. L. H. Kelly and Mrs. Mar-
tha Mims were honored with a
joint birthday dinner Sunday, Oc-
tober 9. Those &helping them cele-
brate were: Mrs. Dan Hattield,
Mrs. Ruth Willanms, Mrs. Essie V.
Knight, Mr. 'and Mrs. Loran Kel-
ley, George and Frankie Kelley,


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ailph Knight, Laura,
enora Williams, Mrs.
one, Harley Roberts,


STHE irs.'
Lunch Rooim menu TH'URSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1960
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, October 17 green.butter beans, carrot sticks,
Brown beef and gravy, rice, pesch pie, white bread and 'ilk.
Tuesday, October 18
chooses and we must ever o Swer Spaghetti and meat sauce, tur-
His call. It is not ours to question, nip greens, celery sticks, pricots,
for His rway surpsses all under-. rcorbread' and milk.
standing. It is for us to bow and Wednesday, October t
let the Lord's will ibe done. We pray Hot dog,. mw y beams. cablbaae


lie will sustain us in, our grief.
Pray God' bless each of you and
keep you until we meet her again..
Horace L. Edwards, husband
Her children: Brenda, Bennye,
Bill and Rockye.
Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Whitcharl
parents; brothers an daisters,
Raymond, Jackie, Larry, Evon;
aunte, uncles and other rela-


slaw, mincemeat and apple sauce
cake and anilk.
Thursday, October 20
'Chicken pie, buttered apnuach,
lettuce and' tomato salad, -stewed
prunes, white bread ,and mlk.
Friday, October 21
MacAron maid, chede, nstard
greens, cabbage, apple and aisin
salad, white bread, 'doughuts and


tives. milk.


NEW Taste Sensation


Linda and
Mary New-
Sonny and


GRAND OPENING SALE

STILL IN PROGRESS


FASHION


FAIR


(In the Hallmark Building)

The owners and operators of the FASHION FAIR would like to thank the people of Port St. Joe for

their fine response to our Grand Opening last Thursday morning.


Shoes For The Entire Family..


. .


D Ebki'rONES

are Deep, Deep
Browns...

Nunn-Bush Deeptone leathers
are attractive long after lighter
shades are full of scuffs and
scars. They shine with an
almost translucent lustre ...
and Ankle-Fashioning pre-
serves their good looks over
extra satisfying miles.

First in Qualityt

NUNNW BUs
ANKLBP-FASHIONED SHOO&


Ian.


MEN'S & BOYS",WEAR
"Outfittera for Dads & Lads"


CONVENIENT


Lay-Away Plan

for the convenience of our customers
Lay Away sale merchandise Save on the
items you will need for winter and pay as you
can.


New Merchandise

Has Been Arriving All During
the Post Week

Many more new items coming in to our
new store daily


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Post Office Does Record Business In '60


'rWfIflRfAV. OnnOrhR n 40 mqn


Mail volume in the Port .St. Joe the Postal Service. I
area, contributed to a new national Described as a vital (part of this i. -. ,
r~u vuuwus lwinder right-hand drive trucks which pared checks, payroll and others,
record of nearly 64 billion pieces, program which was launched ahp-tive t ach ro an t
including a billion pieces of parcel proximately seven years ago under have rgo exhaustive test at eachpost office by making pay-
u ng sal o 1en el tO stmaster eGen- and, have been found to be ,highly mnets from regional offices with
post, dunge sca year 1960 end te r E e' veh Isatisfaotory. On the basis of ex- estimated net savings of $20,000,000
ostin said this week. cle t nit purchases du.rig fieal-. perience with more than 5,700 mail- a year; introduction of nw con-
Based on, advance information year 1960 amounted,. to more than sters already in operation, it has cepts of personnel management for
from the annual report of the De- 8,500 as compared with 115 siilaT -been estimated that each one saves the benefit and welfare of more
partment which has been made purchases during fiscal yea 1953. the taxpayers a net of $300 a rear." -than half a million postal employ-
available to Postmaster Costin, it "The motor vehicle invnetory on Postmaster Oostin also pointed ees, including both training pro-
was revealed that the present day Jtune 30, 1953, was 18,969," Potmaos- out that there have been literally grams for promotions and safety
figures represent an increase of 25 ter Costin said, "and although the scores of organization .and opera- programs to reduce on-the-job acci-
per cent over the 1953 volume whloh 1960 statistics are not yet in final lional changes during this seven- dents.
totaled 50.9 billion pieces. form, it is estimated that more year improvement program and
This increase, along wlibh a sharp than 34,000 new vehicles have been that each one of them is' directed CARD OF THANKS
discontinuance ,of mail-carrying purchased since fiscal year 1954 toward the more efficient land We wish 'to exprses our sincere
trained in recent years, has helped and that with hte 'retirement' of more economical operation of the thanks 'to 'our many 'friends for
foster a complete revolution in pos- old vehicles the inventory total on 'Post Office Department. their prayers, their kindness and
Wta transportation including tar June 30 of this year was just a 'Some of the more significant of the beautiful flowers during the
more extnesive use of highway ve- little under 37,000 vehicles. these are: illness and death of :our bleoved
mother, Mrs. W. T. Perry. May God
hicles, -he said, adding htat the "The breakdown by states td the Deeentralization of postal oper- bless .each of you.
transportation pattern for Port .St. Atlanta Region, giving the number ating management out of 'the Post Fred -and Seable Perry
Joe has undergone many changes. of government-owned postal vehi- Office Department in Washington, o.
These include: change in, receipt tces on hand as of June 30, 1953, D. C., by setting up 15 regional
and dispatch of mail which (brings the number of new vehicles added headquarters offices! adoption of Visits In Pensacola
the bulk of our mail to Port St. during the next seven fiscal years, modern business accounting and 'Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon visited last
Joe at 7:30 a.m. and a later das- and the number on ha J as of June financial procedure; utilization of week end in Pensacola with her
patch sends out alt mall deposited 30, 1960,_ ij_ j ollolw; 1Florida, 500, the latest types of electronic 'ma- daughter land 'family, Mr. ,and Mrs.
by 5' 00 pm. 1516 .and. 1769; Georgia, 285, 700 chines; elimination of hand-pre- Dan-I Harris! 'and children.
Today, 85 per cent of the vast and 739; North Carolina, 260, 420
postal vehicle fleet-operating un- and 595; South Carolina, 158, 215
der a modernization and improve- and 332. The corresponding figures
ment (program' initiated ,I 1954- for Puerto Rico are: 20, 52 andt 6 .
is composed' largely of new types "Still another development of
of standard, commercial, light-. vital importance in connection m i i Beautiful New Styling AII-Newl
i+ ht. ...an....P, v ehi el s with motor vehicle operatiowa I .N.., S... ng


wegi s ilIeuvera e ve ciea. *
This conversion,, he noted, has
meant the "retirement" of worn out
units-anany in us efor ten years
or more--'which, Ian turn, ,has great-
ly reduced maintenance costs for


James' Gems..


YOLJ SAVE HER, I'M GOING TO

City Restaurant
'At the Bus Station

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CHICKEN BOXES
FISH BOXES

PHONE BAII 7-5431
Phone your murder In and It
will be ready when you arrive.


the tact that 119 new maintenance
facilities have-been constructed
since January 1953, to service this
fleet. Ten more were under con-
struction on June 30 and 25 more
are now in the planmnig stage.
"Other figures in the preliminary
1960 report reveal that the post of-
fices which now have motor vehicle
service available total more than-
3,600 while, the corresponding tig-
ure for fiscal year 1953 was 2,433.
The total of mile traveled in tie-
call year 1960 is estimated as a
shade under 400,000,000 as compar-
ed with ,approximately 200,000,000
in fiscal year 195 :
"One of the most outstanding
features of this anotor vehicle inm-
proveent'. program -isie-modern-
ization of foot delivery routes which
was itirst mentioned in .the annual
report for fiscal year 1958. This re-
vealed that the motor vehicle in-
ventory for June SO3 of hmt year
showed 1,914 'very light vehicles
And. mailstters'' ~'Wih th eiopttion
that this figure included' certain
veblcles previously .reported in 'the
truck category. In the 1959 report
this item had climbed to a little
over 5,000 and. the preliminary es-
timate from the 1960 table shows
5,816. .
"Advance reports clearly indicate
that this part of the mechlaniar-
tion program will Ib handled at, a
much aster rate in fiscal 1961.
Commitments already have been
made for extensive installations of
two-cylinder manlsters and, four-cyl-


A


BIG GAS LINE--1'ictured above is te bDig gas line that was, laid under the uGuu County ua-
nal last Sunday. That part of the pipe sticking up in the air is the leg that will come from
the bottom of the canal up the side and join into the main going into Michigan Chemical Co.
The line is now installed and is transporting natural gas to the Michigan plant here in Port
St. Joe, (Star photo)


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warranty of 90 days or 4,000 miles is
0 extended to 12 months or 12,000 miles,
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PHONE BAII 7-7741 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA



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For protection against big medical and, hospital
biffs, the average American family today spends
about $75 a year in insurance premiums. That's a
good buy-no question. But here's an even bet-
ter buy: For only $32 a year, the average family
gets all the potent prescription drugs it needs to
keep big medical and hospital bills from ever com-
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See the 1961 American Beauty-Completely New Rambler American
Leading Economy Compact. New functional pipe, guaranteed against defect as long as
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State and local taxes, if
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See the New 1961
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Rambler Classic 6 with America's
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aluminum. Standard on Custom
models, optional on all other models.
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glass ceiling. Ceramic-Armored
Muffler and Tailpipe.


See the New Ambassador V-8 by Rambler-
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Specials for
Oct. 13, 14
and 15
Reserved
Quantity Rights
NABISCO
SALTINES
LB. BOX


TABLE RITE FRESH PORK -- WHOLE

PICNI CS


or SHANK HALF


TABLE RITE LEAN
SPARE C
RIBS T
TABLE RITE


Pork Steak LB.


TABLE RITE -- FIRST CUT
Pork Chops


LB.


CENTER CUT
PORK


CHOPS


LB.


69c


GROUND IN OUR CLEAN MARKET -- FRESH
Pork Sausage
COPELAND HICKORY SMOKED -- WHOLE SLAB OR FIRST CUT
BACON


LB.


CENTER CUT HICKORY SM OKED BACON
Fresh Mullet ...


IGA EXTRA RICH
Mayonnaise

FULL QUART A c


MISS GEORGIA SLICED
Peaches


No. 212 Can
2 FOR


FREE!
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WITH THE PURCHASE OF
ONE QUART DUKE'S MAYONNAISE
SWIFT'S PURE VEGETABLE WITH ORDER
SHORTENING


Ic


3 LBS.


LARGE BOX --


WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE
TIDE


IGA SPICED
Peaches


No. 21 Can
2 FOR


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ARMOUR'S -- WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE


NO. 10 JAR


C


IGA STANDARD BRAND
SALT TOMATOES
Lb.Box 303 Can 1


JAY BIRD
Vienna SAUSAGE


Can


lOc


FRESH SNOWBALL

Cauliflower

LARGE C
HEAD

U.S. NO. 1 WHITE -- WITH ORDER

Potatoes
U.S. NO. 1 PUERTO RICO
YAMS


10 bs. 29c


3 LBS 29c


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49c


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37c
Ib. 39c
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PORK and BEANS


FIRM HEAD


19c


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49"


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2 LBS.

39c

2 HEADS

29c


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LETTUCE


SPAGHETTI with Tomato Sauce
RED BIRD VIENNAS



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A commission in the United
States Air Force may be yours.
The United States Air Force is
looking for highly qualified poten-
tial Occupational Therapists, Phy-
sieal Therapists and Dietitians for
its Medical Specialist Corp's.
After you have completed your
education you can apply for a di-
rect commission through your ,lo-
cal Air Force Recruiter.
If you are interested but have
not completed your training-4this
is. tor you. The Air Force see.;e.s
aod sponsors qualified individuals
ifor 'training in these three special-
ties. This sponsorship consist .of
being a commissioned 2nd Lieuten-
ant with full pay and' allowances
for-the last 12 months of your eda-
cation. After graduation you wuidl
depend two exciting years gaining
experience in anmodern, well-equipp-
ed Air Force hospitals.
To Ibe eligible for this training
you must be able to meet certain
academic, ,character and, physical
requirements. These requirements
aem:
1. Be 'between 21 and 26.
2. Be a female citizen olf the
United States.


military service.
5. Be academically qualified.
To determine if you are academi-
cally qualified-see your Dean of
Students. For more information
about the Air Force IMedioal Spec-
ialist 'Corps, -see -Sgt. C. L. Blair,
your local Air Force Recruiter or
write to: The Nurse Procurement
Officer, 3503rd USAF Recruiting
Group, Robins Air Force Base, Ga.

Sportsmen Club
Seeks Donations
If you, have any old 'lumber, na.ls
or tin lying around your house and
would like to get rid of it, the
Port St. Joe High School Sports-,
maan's Club would like to have It.
They 'are gathering up such ma-
terials to rebuild' their amp> on
the Chip olaa River.
Call any of the following boys ,
Jimmy Wilder, Howard Lovett, Joa
Wihaley, Robbie ,CIostin or Ernest
Thurabay and they will see that the
materials are picked up.


3. Be 'single and have no depenld-' Want Ads Get Fast Results
ents under 18 years of age. 4.
4. Be physically qualified for Advertising Pays Try It And See
A New Trick With Potatoes
Makes A Treat For Hallowe'en


Treat everyone, from small goblins to great-grandmothers, with
this new candy made from Washington State Russet potatoes. It
hasa fudge-like quality, but fewer calories then most candies, yet
will delight those whose sweet tooth is yearning for something!
new. Use Washington State Russet potatoes in the recipe because
they cook evenly and have a mealy fluffiness that will make
the candy smooth and delectable/
POTATO KISSES
11/2 medium Washington 21/2 tablespoons cocoa or
State 11/2 squares chocolate,
Russet potatoes melted
2 teaspoons butter, melted 1 teaspoon vanilla
1 pound powdered sugar, Dash salt -
sifted 6-7 ounces moist coconut
Cook potatoes, dry over flame, mash to remove all lumps and
measure 2/3 cup. While mashed potatoes are still hot, stir in
melted 'butter. Add sugar gradually and beat thoroughly. Add
cocoa or melted chocolate which has been cooled. Beat well. Add
vanilla, salt and coconut. Candy should hold its shape when drop-
ped from teaspoon on waxed paper. If too moist, add more coconut.
Place in refrigerator for short time to harden. Keep in tightly
covered container. Yield: 11/2 pounds or about 50 pieces.


'000 4y


Home flower arrangers will be able to design more intricate
mnd ingenious arrangements using a foam material called Oasis.
Widely used by commercial florists for the past half-dozen
years, it does away with the need for chicken wire, needle point
or pin holders, frogs, and mesh
holders formerly used. Flowers anything from hanging baskets
and greenery can be quickly to platters, pedestals, and cake
positioned at any angle in the stands.
dense material and stay there. The versatile material comes
It is ideal for hard stemmed in three inch diameter plugs
gladioli a-id irises as well as that fit most containers and
the softer stemmed varieties. can be cut or molded to nest
Oasis retains over thirty in most others.
times its own weight in water Patented Oasis flower holders
and is reusable. Its non-spill- are available from most florists,
able quality makes it a natural garden and variety stores.
for arrangements to be trans- Boxes containing three foam
ported to clubs, parties, flower plugs retail at 89d. Smithers-
shows, and hospitals. Arrange- Oa. is, Kentc 10, Ohio. is the
ments can be made in almost I maker.


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THURSDAY, bOdtdggIt 18, 1960


TME &TAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.'


. CABBAGE.;







o' blity to wolk. It heo i told ab&e
SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS to engage in abstantial work, and
therefore is no longer disabled
-within -the meaning of the law, he
-the Social Sceurity Law, many dis- for 12 months--whether tihy go to wil stil be paid hi benefits for
abled people may be able to be- work under a vocational rehablli- three months longer. After this, his
come self-sufficient once again, not station plan, or on their own tbenemits stop.
only at home but also in the work- After the first nine months of bhe fit nine. months need not
ing world. this period have passed, the Social Ibe consecutive. For instance, a ben-
One of the changes made by Security Office should be notified aficiary o might work four months, a be
these amendments will mean that so that a decision can be made as lafd off, am then work again for
disabled beneficiaries who go tc to whether the work done by laid off, and thinly osrk agaionths in
work despite severe handicaps, can beneficiary in those nine months;which e woks or gathose or does n
continue to be paid their benefits shows .that he has regained his work hich he works for gain ory done or
work of a tnpe usually done for


THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
--- WELCOMES YOU --
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)

Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor



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



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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 7:80 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .. 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -_--- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -- -- 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH

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


..provides enough

EXTRA hot water to do
more than 10 washer-loads


of clothes every dayl

GET ALL THE HOT WATER YOU
NEED...WHEN YOU NEED IT!
With Warrengas fuel and a modern, efficient
LP-GAS water heater, you get more hot water
quickly, safely! Automatic controls on today's
LP-GAS heaters shut off the gas instantly if the
pilot goes out! And, using Warrengas fuel,
storms can't interrupt your LP-GAS supply!


-Here's Proof:-
Independent Laboraor
Tests Show that, over a
30-day test period, an
LP-GAS water hate,.
supplied with Warm-
gas fuel, delivered
13,460 gallons more of
160 P. hot water than
a larger electric watr
heater.


gain, are counted.
Disabled beneficiaries who recov-
er irom tWir disabilities before
they have been at work for nine
months 'and also disabled benefi-
cdaries who recover before they
have tested their ability to work
must notify the Social Security Of-
fice as soon. as they are -no longer
disabled, but they will have their
benefits paid to them for three
months after they recover.
Another change in the law
which will aid disabled beneficiar-
ies who go back to work provides
that he will not have to wait six
months to get his payments 'again
'should his disability recur or an-
other disability develop within
five years.
The reason or this change is
that most disabled person s who re-
turn to work do so despite severe
impairmenAts, and' it is very poss1
ibe that there may be a recurrencel

Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Corner Long Ave. & Nilesa d.
Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv. ..- 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting
W'edipesday .....7:30 p.m.


of the same ailment or another dis-
ability may develop. The Congress
felt it wasn't fair, in such cases,
to make 'the worker and his 'family
wait a second six months without
earnings or disability benefits when
this happened, sine ehe had already
served his six-month waiting period
before he received disability ibene-
fits the first time.
More than 20,000 people a year
who have been getitng social se-
curity disability benefits recover
and return to work. Removing the
second 'six-month waiting period
may encourage more disabled per-
sons 'to return ,to work.
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Unemployment

Payments Drop

TALLAHASSEE Unemnploy-
ment insurance payments dropped
lightly in September, totaling $3,-
863,079, some $92,560 lMeow August,
r e p o rts Industrial 'Commission
Chairman James T. Vocelle.
Vocelle said the decline in pay-
ments "is heartening, but not suf-
ficiently significant to say whether
or not any marked improvements
'aie taking place in the economic
picture."
Florida's economy for the past
year has been highlighted by a de-
cline in .the rate of employment
growth from the seven per cent
average which prevailed Iduring
the 1950's to 1.7 per cent in July
which held ,steady in Augus t. Sep-
tember figures on employment will
not be available until later this
month.
"The factors of the employment
growth rate holding steady in Au-
gust land a slight dip in jobless in-
surance ,payments in 'September
strengthens the evidence of at
least a leveling off in the ceonomic


eltUation. It 414M not get anywore"
Vocelle notes.
The labor supply and demand
conditions have bled steady since
July in Florida's three major urban
areas. Jacksonvill ebas a "B" des-
ignation, Ibest of the three areas de-
fined as a fairly well balanced- la-
bor supply-demand situation with
job opportunities slightly in excess
of job seekers.
Miami and the Tampa-St Peters-


labor~lrpes situationn.
The September drop in jobless
insurance payments was spread
throughout the State, except in the
lower East Coast, Dade and Brow-
ard counties. Payments were lower
in 21 urba. areas, higher in 11.
Jlackisonville, Wiitr H'aAen and
West Palm Beach showed the big-
gest decreases in payments. Miami,
FtL Lauderdale and Hollywood all
had increases.


N STAAI, Port SL. J. I
+HURS 6 OtTOBSR F, 1 960

thor, M1. J. L. bolniney.



DO YOU LIKE

TO BOWL -


burg areas are listed in the "C" Come Ay Evening
classification. This is defined as Visit in Malone You and your friends can now
having job seekers slightly in ex- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ellzey and enjoy this popular pleasant game
cess of job openings, or 'a slight children spent the week end in on

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ABC SCORING -

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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 William Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star. Publishing Comanuty
WES.EY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Column0at. Reporter, Proof
Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $175 -THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBCRIPT4IONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE l ( ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, Decewber 19. 1a.37, at the P-,tLjft.c. Port Sr J.-,
Florida, under Act A Mbrch 3,. 37u.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS---In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.,
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1960


Air Force Relaxes Re-Enlistment Rules

Headquarters, USAF ihas announ- at'men may re-enlist ,and retain
ced the relaxing of rules which .their former rank (in most cases),
have barred many ex-servicemen provided they re-enlist within one
of all branches from re-enlisting in year after discharge, the recruiter
the Air Force after a break in ser- said.
vice. According to M-Sgt. J. L. "This also applis to former Ar-
Blair, of the Panama City office. my, Navy, Marine and Coast
"Not only will the Air Fortr.o be Guard personnel when their job
taking more veterans and giving code will convert to one of the 134
far greater numbers the grade they needed by the Air Force," he said.
held at discharge, itbt it will offer "Those who have ,more than a
many assignments to bases of their year's Ibreak in service can, expect
chotee," Blair said. to lose one or more stripes under
the new setup."
Heretofore the Air Force had let Veterans who wish to apply may
only a few ex-servicemen return do so (by taking their discharge DD
after a break in service. The new Form 214 to the Air Force Recruit-
program will liberalize the rules ing Office located at the Post Of-
to make many more eligible and f ie in Panama City, Room 206, or
offer more incentive for therm to ,cas PO 3-1301.
apply, Blair "aid.
The "Skill list," which foraerly
lMnumbered 41, ha sa been increased
ito 134 categories in which former Wat Ad t Ralts


a Shark tackler has him for the tackle. Note the Shark tackler'







arm und Ingram's, right arm. (Star photo)

.Vet- 1i H r



Vete -an of Gulf County who Benefits or g their insurance



arm nde:. Ingram's right arm. (Star photo)-



Veteran of Gulf County who Be.efits or solving their insurance


need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under -the GI Bill, ,may receive
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.
Weant will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping


veterans tor their
filing claims for


d dependents in
Compensation


problems. This free service includes
assistance to employers of veter-
ans under the GI Bill, Vocational
Training, Subsistence or other
problems.
During his visit in this -area
Weant may tbe contacted at the
City tHall from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m.
on Friday, October 14.


Mi ch. C-e ie

Acquires IPM

Michigan Chemical Corporation
announces the acquisition of the
anhydrous hydrogen bromide mana-
facturing facilities formerly owned
and operated by the Westvaco
Chlor-AIlkali Division of Food Ma-
chinery and Chemical Corporation,
at South Charleston, West Virgin-
ia. These facilitise have been mov-
ed to Michigan's Saint Louis plant.
For manny years Michig-n Chemi-
cal has -.pe,:-liuced in high-quality
48% and 62% hydrobromic acid;
the addition of anhydrous hydrogen
,bromide now ,completes its series
of these widely used acids.
Anhydrous hydrogen bromide is&
an important .intermediate in- the
manufacture of pharmaceuticals
and fine chemicals. The product
now is i.n stock at Saint Louis, -vii-
chigan, and at the company's Port
Newark, New Jersey, warehouse.



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TO TAKE CARE OF


You are looking at the trend-setting car of our times,
the '61 Ford '. acar whose clean and classic profile
is unmatched by any other "n the world. Just one
glance at the Big Circle :ailliglhtr nd .culptured rear
deck, one look at the crisp, tresh fronc-end design and
you'll know the '61 Ford is ie classic style of the
Nineteen Sixties.
Here is a- Ford .that is not only new in looks and
ride and comfort, but new in its entire concept. The
'61 Ford is actually built to take care of itself! It lubri-
cates its chassis ... cleans its own oil.. adjusts its
own brakes ... protects its own body.
Indeed, here is a car that will save you valuable
time and money by doing away with many stops for


service,


FOR 5Mo. SpOMSaCIS


SST. JOE I


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HERE'S HOW THE '61 FORD TAKES CARE OF ITSELF .THE '- -r 1961 CAR
DEALER-WARRANTED FOR 12,40 MILES OR ONE FULL YEAR


Lubricates Itself. You'll normally go
30,000 miles without a chassis lubrication.
Cleans Its Own Oil. You'll go 4.o000
miles between oil changes with Ford's
Full-Flow oil filter.
Guards Its Own Muffler. Ford mut-
flers are double-wrapped and aluminice
-normally will last three times as Ion,
as ordinary mufflers.
Adjusts Its Own Brakes. New Truc,
Size brakes adjust themselves auto-
matically.
Protects Its Own Body. All vital
underbody parts are specially processed


to resist rust and c on, even to gal-
vani ing bodr F-n 'e-,neath the doors.
Takes Care of Itt Own Finish. New
Dih. n loqd Lustre Ii'i never needs wax.
\Warranrv, The '1 Fords are built to
I T -" br p rinci,,l ,oals: f finest quality,
L.t o: Jur,.iiT,. n[?r relible opera-
):,p E essr. t',-i complete conn-
-:L;e tlii ithi h-s bcei accomplished,
o-rd Delers ld rh, !: .srry in e'tend.
in, heiir war.:nl or, '61 F'ords t0 12,000
mies or one iuli year, wluche'.er cornmes
first. See this warranry at your Ford
Dealer's now.


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Here is your chance to save a wad of
folding money on tires.
... your chance to save a stack of dollars
that will buy many other things.
.,. and, at the same time, enjoy the secur-
ity of riding on the finest tire we handle-
Gates custom-built Super Silent Safety Nylon.
To make room for the 1961 design the
factory has made it possible for us to offer the
deep discount of 45% off regular list, plus tax
and retreadable trade-in.
Stock Limited-Trade and Save Now
Believe us, this is the tire buy of the year.
So tough, so safe, so long-wearing it is covered
by the unsurpassed guarantee described below.
Come in today for the best tire deal in town.
UNCONDITIONAL
Road-Hazard Guarantee
covers blowouts, bruises, rim-cuts, in fact ANY
tire failure for the entire life of the long-
wearing, cold-rubber tread, Should tire fail for
any reason whatsoever, you will receive a new
tire, with full credit for any unused tread
mileage, based on Gates Standard Adjustment
schedule. No time or mileage limit.
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WHEN YOU ARE ILL avoid the
.eil m.-: ong ftr,-Pnf ho offers
Sgo..i ld i ~fsshror.d advice.
Grandmother's remedies may
help or they may not. In either
case, chances are they have
been greatly improved by med-
ical science of today. Save
yourself needless discomfort,
time, and money. Let your doc-
tor diagnose and prescribe
for you.
And bring that prescription to
us for prompt, friendly service.


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

Pine Seedlings

Still Available
TALLAHASSEE-Pine seedlings
from Florida Forest Service nur-
series in Munson, Olustee, at&ef-
land, and Ft. Myers, are still avail-
able to 'landowners who plan to
plant 'this Fall. However, with the
passing of October 1, 'the deadline
for guaranteed delivery, all re-
quests will be treated 'on a fir-it
'ome-first served Ibasis.
Planting conditions ae the .3t
in many years. Wih tthe heavy
rains during 'the -late Summer and
early Fall, there Is plenty of mois-
ture in the soil and last year's re-
cord survival ottal can be exceeded
if the landowners will act early to
take advantage of the choice con-
ditions.
Cost of the 'seedlings 'at the nur-
series is $4.00 per thousand. For the
landowners' convenience seedlings
will be shipped to several selected
truck delivery points for an addi-
tional 35 cents per thioeandl.
This is the year 'to plant. State
Forester C. H. Coalter 'stated' that
it we are to have enough, wood to
fill the demand [by the year 2,000,
we -must double the current growth.
Unlike many investments, Iplanted
pine seedlings are 'virtually an as-
sured dividend producer 'because


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What foods would be best for a two-week stay O.C.D.M. 14-DAY SURVIVAL FOOD SUPPLY FOR TWO mended nutritional amounts for each type food.
in a fallout shelter after nuclear attack? What Types of Food Amt. Recommended Amt. Purchased* Cost A $28 ceiling was put on her purchases.
would they cost? How much storage space and Milk To make 14 qts. To make 13 qt. $1.67 Other instructions were to select foods which
weight would they involve? Meat 16 to 18 lb. 18 lb. 12 oz. 5.69 could be eaten either hot or cold, that were the
To find the answers to these questions, food spe- Fruit About 14 lb. 13 lb. 12 oz. s.61 least odorous or thirst-producing, and that came
cialists of the Office of Civil and Defense Mobiliza- Vegetables About 28 lb. 27 lb. 12 oz. 5.59 in cans small enough so that leftovers could be
tion asked a Battle Creek, Mich., housewife, Mrs. Cereals & breads 10 to 14 lb. 12 lb. 5 oz. 4.65 avoided.
Norman C. Madsen, to shop a supermarket using sweets&nuts 2 to 4lb. 2 b.7oz. Mrs. Madsen chose the foods shown in the table.
Spreads No limit 2 lb. 14 oz. 1.:917MWhnMhe erelt hedsand meabue,
guidelines which they furnished her, Drinks& condimentsNo limit lb. 4oz. 2.76 When they were later weighed and measured, it
She was told to shop for a two-weeks supply for 2. was found that the 118 pounds of food could be
two persons, allowing for personal preferences, Total cost $2681 + .81 tax t $27.62 for 113 articles of 67 foods stored in a space 21 inches wide, 13o inches high,
but keeping her selection roughly within recom- *Not counting weight of containers, and 24 inches from front to back,


Rotarians Hear District Govervor

Homer Brinkley At Last Weeks Meeting

District Governor Homer Brink- courage to use it, worked miracles
ley of Tallahassee was the pr,,g'am-n in my relations with my ,family
at the Thursday ,meeting of the and with any employees and custo-
Port St. Joe Rotary Club. mers".


Brinkley gave a short history of
Rotary to -the club, stating how it
began in Chicago ome 53 years
ago, formed by 'a young lawyer,
Paul Harris.
"The concept of Rotary was very
unique in those days", said the
speaker. "All kinds of chicanery
went on in 'the business world. La-
bels were incorrect, false advertis-
IIIg nd clais a were the except on
rather than the rule. The standard
of business was exactly the oppo-
site of the teachings of Rotary."
The speaker declared that Ro-
tary has served to make a better
world, especially among the busi
nes mien.
iSpeaking from his ownl exper-
-lence, Brinkley said, that the con-
cpets land teachings of Rotary had


Brinkley graphically described
how Rotary draws men together by
exIlaining ,some of the scenes at
an Intleratiional Convention. In?
diani -w~tohlng people eat their
sacred cows, Jews and Arabs talk-
ing together 'amaciably--an air of
understanding among people of dif-
ferences In customs andi belief is
the true test of Rotary, the speak-
er concluded.
Guests of the club were Cecil
Ourry and Bob Sidwell of Port St.
Joe, Major Charles Brock and Joe
Porere of Melbouim.


Presbyterians

Change Meeting


paid oft tfor him both at home ad' The Presbyterian WOO have
in business. "The idea of 'service changed their circle meetings for
above seM', once I acquired the this moth i favor of the fourth
Monday, usually scheduled for the
of the constantly increasing do- second Monday of each month. The
mand for wood'. Far sighted land- organization expects a number of
owners are 'planting now ,so that the women attending meetings in
their timber will 'be ready when connection with evangelism caval-'
the demands reach new heights. cade, at Wallace Memorial Presby-
Contact the nearest Florida For- terian Church in Panama City on
est Service office, Soil Conserya- their regular meeting date, Octo-
tion Service, ASOC or County Agent ber 10.
office for order blanks and further :
information. Advertising Pays Try It And See


Home Delivery

is furnished to citizens of Port St. Joe four times weekly by Harden's Dairy --
Gulf County's only producing dairy -- Harden's distributes those famous Bor-
den's Dairy Products -- Borden's are producers



of Milk

of the highest quality, good taste, and guaranteed pure. While milk is our main
product we can furnish you many other dairy products. Delivery of these
products



Is Handy

'o the housewife planning three meals a day. And every meal should include
a dairy product for good health. Give us a call for this convenient service.



HARDEN'S DAIRY

Borden's Dairy Products
Phone Collect At Wewahitchka, NEwton 9-2421

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ELECTRIC DRYERS

It's no wonder electric dryers are the ladies' choice. So safe
and easy to use, they dry all washables from dainty lingerie to
heavy blue jeans. They save hours of washday work and
there are no weather worries. So choose your electric dryer at
your appliance dealer's now. We guarantee satisfaction or your
money back.


Here is your GUARANTEE
If any residential customer of Florida Power Corporation buys asnd
installs a new 240-volt electric clothes dryer between October 1 and
November 30, 1960, and notifies us within thirty days after date of
installation that he is not completely satisfied with the dryer and
does not want to keep it, we will, on re-
ceipt of title release of the dryer, arrange
to have it removed and the entire purchase j-
price refunded.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1960
Visit In Apalachicola
Mrs. Florazele Connell and Mrs.
Anna Adams 'visited with friends
and relatives in Apaaohleaolha Sul-
day afternoon.
Visit. Brother
Mrs. George Core of Wewahntch-
ka visited her brother, Leondard
Belin, Sunday afternoon. Leonard
Is a patient in the Municipal Hos-
pital after suffering an 'accident at
the box plant last Friday. She Wso
visited her mother, Mrs. W. J. Be-
lin.

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.: r '. a' i OR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses FOR AL .- -... v
righ ooba e kes 1 -0 Victory Over t St. Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom 220 acres Of woodland. 4 miles
and 22-bedroom. See. W. Duren th ine 3 year old. Priced for
Chattaho0chee Team Last Saturday Morning 5 o o, o
-3 acres of waterfront property
S ..FORRENT:Downtairsapartment located on Creek that flows into
ST.his pst. Saturday morning .-at took ethe ball to the Ohattahoochee an end sweep Jimmy Goodmana scor- furnished. 1505 Monument Ave. Ideal for tish camp or retirement Published by
-.10-3.QtairPort St; Joe junior. foik- 4.yard tl ne.. On a pitch-out from ed the junior Sharks third touch- Phone 7-5771. fc-9-15 home. t
a te played irst nter- they. to Goodman the junior down. The extra point was good on FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 d- lots St.Joe Beach n one DEPARTMENT STORE
schladstlc: o6tb5N8 ameagalittd a .Sharks scored their first toakh- a hand-off from Cathey to David room house on 7,th St.. Phone -Nice home located on Hunter PHONE BALL 7-4261 PAR
Junior football .im,-.fru. .attat- down. The extra point was no good Young. At the halftime the S'hark 73856. ifc 9-22 circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deepOE A T JE FLA.
ee. and t the end of the first quarter led 15-0. The second halt was loose- FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed- well pump, situated on 2 lota. 6 z R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
The junior -team from Chattaboo- the junior Sharks were leading ly played with Chattahoochee room house. 1305 Woodward Ave. years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-ENN BOYLES, Owner
chee on the toss and choice. to re- 6-0. threatening to score but fumbled Call 7-7396, Mrs. B. 0C. Gaillard. anceonVA mortgage at $57.00 -"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a .
eeive. i'mmy. .odlian kicked lhe earlyy in. the second quarter on a over the goal with the junior Sharks FnOR RENT: Frnished artment 3 bedroom ouse at Wordi Ridge. tter
iball over the goal and Chattahoo- pass from Cathy'to Goodman, the recovering. Call Mrs. Paul Farmer. BAll Na'ery neW, pricedIto sell. R. GLENN BOYLES Editor 4*
cheeJbeganplsyingrom'thefrawn junior- Sharks scored their second Other than this' threat neither 7-022. tfc-10-6 New three bedroom rouse in
-.ewakitchka. Adjoining school Associate Editors YOU-ALL BOYLES
.', yard ILse. The junior 6 haika touchdown. The extra point try team was able to penetrate the FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or property. Pay owaer's e cilty. STORE PERYONNELL
:i"eld Clhattahoochee to no gain fMi was no good, and the junior Sharks other's goal line. Every boy on the apartments. Furnished or unfur- THE PRIDGEON AGENCY M
three -dos~ t .~A atthhoocheo .were ahead 12-0. Shark team saw 'action in this con- wished. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481 301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe ERLMA M.BOYLES RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEP
waa...e.d.toEunt on tftrt h dnwn. Only a few minutes elapsed 'a- test. ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
,waoread.-.ltopunt On firthdowi.t Only a few minutes elapsed aaf- test.t night. Mrs. Shirey. tfc-10-6 FOR SALE: Electric concrete mix- GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
'WftiA'4t,'ohey'at quarterback an iter the junior Sharks kicked, to Outstanding on offense ,and de- ... er at Mexico Beach. $65.00. Ph. EARLINE SNELL ___. Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
the running of Jimmy Goodman, Ohat ahoochee lb before Herbert fnese for the Sharks were Al Ca- FOR RENT: Furnished .apartment. 648-312,6. 7t GUY N. MIDDLETON -.........--- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
harles.Gibson.and' Bob oCa.ighey Smith recovered a tumble and on (Continued on Page 4) FCall 7-4511 icor 9-9521. tfc-10-13NEW HOME *^ .
.- FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- MODERN NEW HOME -- g
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1960 They have to be seen tobe appre- meant. Close ,to school. Call 7-4261 2 BEDROOMS, BATHSundreds of Thrfty Happy Shoppng
coated. Also nice Trailer parking or 7-4481. Wthc-10-13 pay rent? Enjoy the advan- Hundreds of Thrifty, Happy Shoppin
.s.ace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi- FOR SALE: Coin operated laun tiages and'satisfaction of a aew
micohome.SIFIED ADVio Lodge Aparnentsand Trail-
.:. ...C ASSIFED ADVERTISING te s dries in Port S. Joe, Apalachi-th x ma n y he n Voters Adopt Boyles Economy Platform
Scola, Carrabelle and Lanark. Pric- rooms; built-in outlets for ias or With High Enthusiasm During First Week of Balloting
R .. .. .RET.. .O tw -be o m. ed to sell immediately. $250.0J dn. electric range, phone, T.V., elec.
OR. RENT .Gult Service. Station FOR RENT: One and two bedroom FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- Balance financed for 36 months at dryer, automatic washer, etc. Ther-
Apply at St Joe Motor Co,.-Port attractively furnished apart- ed apartment, upstairs. Water mostatically controlled central Our Great Fall Campaign for Customers Continues
St. Joe, Fla. tc-4-14: ment. Cool in summer, warm in furnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642, 6%. Call Mr. Baker, Apalac Mo- ting; separate utility room plus Campaign for Customers Continues
winter. Gas heat, window fans. inquire at 1904 Garrison Ave. tfc tel, Apalachicola, Fla. 2tp many more desired custom built With the Same Vote Getting Values Available
S. .. features. Ideal for small family or Plus new arrivals. Shop BOYLES this week end and Vote
Fan' Meats, Groceries and Vegetables PLASTERING, new work m, patch couple. Low down, p balance for your pocketbook A few sample ballots are
work. Sheet rock finishing and like rent $75 month includes p-rln-p
or phone 7-2516. 4tp-10-6 lot or acreage as part trade. See
SOR SALE: the pint house on Rachel Dr., at We're saying goodbye to all A Bulging Campaign Rack
.. .. ,grills left. $5.5 ea. One deluxe ga.s OwaC e t door or see youraet. Featuring New Arrivals
.O ALEn 5 U pr 6B x dioeu r agent.Yard Goods, Notions n,
coak stove $7.50. One 36 inch gas Out in, Front
(FIVE MILES F.IO91.PORT ST. JOE ON HIGHWAY 71) ook tove $59.50. One apt.s Private party has some limit-. V PRICE DRIP DRY DRESSES
F T WHITE *Y FLORIDA I water heaters at a close-out price. ed funds to Invest; will con- A clean and complete closeout t, (King Cotton Winners)
A........ ... T WHITE CITY, FLORIDA' SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112 sider a loan on your lot or the l We've taken
THESE I--s ^ i Monument Ave., Phone 7-4051. acreage or will buy. Please lte las$t drop! We've takn-h
U THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE- TUES., WED., FRI., and SAT. Closed Thursdays give full description and loca- the space or a greater shoe de-.99 Eac
"*_r _FOR SALE: Fuel oil heater and 2- tion of property and amount partanent. To give you better Juniors, Missy and Half Sizes
Se"a"u's'"" LO, 0 wheel trailer, $45.00 each. See at wanted. Write P. 0. Box 124, service! Many fine 'fabrics still Also, take a sharp look at another
SBecause of low, Low Prices The LISTEN TO RADIO WJOE r- 30 8t sh t. 1 Mexioo each Station, Panama aaMable. Vote getting, eye-openern
0 City, Fla. available. Vote getting, eye-opener!
S QUANTITY I LIM ITC dailyfor our FOR SALE or RENT: Nice two tyFirst Advance Pattern FREE Campaign featured at
SI EXTRA SPECIALS S bedroom house with 'living room, $400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME OTHERS '/2 PRICE ONE 'RACK $8 and $10
SEXTRA SPECIALS! > dining room, bath and kitchen. Refilling and collecting money from OTHERS /2 PRICE --
r- Completely furnished. .See Mrs. New Type high quality coin oper-, First time in Gulf County
W. FLA. or ALA.,' Grade 'A' LB. Fall Crop Is In! BAG m v'arren Yeager or 'call BAll 7-8266. ated dispensers in thia area. No Unchallenged and unbeatable! a
e .ell'ing. To quality you must have P reducing a campaign success
e .EL FOR SALE: Horse, wagon and car, references, $600 tol 1900 cash. A Campaign success First quality, full fashioned.
SHELLEDU PEAS 3 W9 c plow tools, $150. See A. W. Mur- Seven to twelve ours, Weekly can Dacron and fine cotton blended
MA phy, Oak Grove. 2tp-10-13 netup to $400 o monthly. More fll I IEC I NYLON HOSE
FOR SALE time. For personal interview write LADIEJ S La
0 We Have Plenty of Shelled Butter Beans 0 A new three bedroom, concrete P. 0. Box 8027 Minneapolis, Miam Normally $1.95, anytime, 'anywhere 39c Pair
r e r sCButterbeans block house with large !screened Include phone um iber. .now at BOYLES (Limit 2 pr. to customer, please)
Bu.tterbe.n's bu. 52 .190 norch, carport and deep well on 75' MOVING AND STORAGE across
SWITH $5.00 ORPER m by 150' lot at St. Joe Beach. Priced town or across the ti Ag- 2 for $3.00 A Campaign First-Timerl
S.. ... .. .. r quick sale at only $10,000.00 cents for Mayflower. Call s or see Lace trim, sahdow panel, iby Phil- 13% oz. Genuine Western
TenderizedShanus for' free estimates. SURPLUS! DU G
Shomnewith 'central air conditioning ument Ave. Phone 74051. 4to4-18
3 9 H AM.dheat oak floors. This -spacious ..- -- _____ for Boys e to 16
SLB. reh Peas b 1 90L house is located on Constitution ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners Men, vote and buy this one now $1.69 Pair
S'Drive overlooking St. Joseph Bay. and floor polishers. Sales and For Winter Campaign Savingsl $1.69 Pair
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc-
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491 Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone Full out, first quality Men, for blowing, weeping or
R9l Lean Pork C Pole BUY SELL TRADE- BAl 7-3781 SWEAT SHIRTS wiping
LB BureLBs B. I SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE CARPORTS, screen portbs, White Handkerchiefs
SSTEW L" .# I 112 Mon. Ave. Phone 7-4051 <= a ix=. re DUS FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at males, ca GC. W. ong, Pho e White or grey, S., M., L.
-. .U o te BT Q T 1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old. 7-8974. 4to8-2 See attractive colored 'Cello package of 10
F Tr esh Lean 4a : '' 'See Us for the BEST QUALITY O Living room drapes, garbage dis- e at r c
Fresh Lean Meaty Ch ie posal included. oall BAll 7-2311. FOR YOUR WATKINS Produots Sweat Shirts with collar, g. of 10
SBACKBONE :Choce or Premium Beef FOR SALE: 3 bedroom conete a 9- ow W.. and Zipper ----- $1.95 (1 pkg. to a customer, please)
BL Call It for Your Special Order block 'house. Large Florida room. s We could write a campaign speech on hundreds of other
Call Bruce Dwiggins, BAaI 7-2296.
.:....:. ." 615 Marvin- Ave. FOR SALE: "Vagabond" 28' 6" CAMPAIGN VALUES! It's a store-wide show with a free
Jazz 2Lb. a CHOICE or PREMIUM LB. m c a n cruiser, sleeps 4. Chrysler 4cket to economy! Turn your face and feet towards BOYLES
z ld .. B- "CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free marinae.B. Roy Gibson, BA 74-6771.
v .. J.. :. estimate call C. W. Long. BAll today, tour and shop the store the Savings Way!
Dog Food 19 198 H;a 7-3974. tfc-7-28 GOVERNMENT
0 OR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308. SURPLUS SALES Dear Friends and Voters: wife even piped up when I offered
O- 0 Long Ave. Garage with large NOW anyone can buy DIRECT Suppose we've said enuff above ILort of a feeble complaint: "Why,
Our est Home Made Pan LB. utility room. Phice $7,000.00. Phone from U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR- on Campaigns -and business, so any other husband would be doing
A-5926. tfc-9-22 PLUS DEPOTS, by mail for your- we'll finish .this column with light- this, work now Ibe quiet." Yes,
SSAUSAGE 39 c r lo in M FOR SALE: Large 3 bedroom self or for resale. amtera bn oo- er Tattle. Will you permit me, how- telling me 'to be quiet when I was
ulars, care, Jeeps, truck boats.,
I *hoIuse. Ideal location 2 years harsdware'omie maloea -sal ever' to relate one of 'the 'many trying 'to listen carefully as World
Nabisco Lb. Box old, air conditioned. 1501 Monument equipment, tents, tool and tenas- pleasing -and happy customer ex- Series history was (being made
O HAve. (corner 15ht and Monument) of-thousands aof other items at a periences of last week: Mrs. J. C. (with a noisy machine and music
SALTINES 29 c 'i Pui Uhone BAll 7-3636 or 7-5771. fration of their oviIino. COOL. Grantham of Hamilton, Ga., was box was in operation). Anyway
FOR SALE: Sofa bed and match- Many ite ra w. t quite pleased and happy to find I was determined to hear the Pi-
ig )chair. First good, offer takes of hundreds of U. S. Gover=m nt quite pleased and happy to find I was determined -to hear the Pi-
,soqD 0 1pu .s J;eoJf 's|130w UDJ A }Pit.iPhon.e 7-8896 a teor 5 pm r 3tplO-6 S urplus Dpeots, located -in every two pairs of Natural Brid'ge shoes rates stand up to the Yanks even
0_ S S Jtte and overseas 'wh pamphlet at Boyles to her liking. I had a though it was a matter of sitting
"How Government Can Ship D irect little chat with Mr. Grantham on the floor with my ear to the ra-
STO BUY and how to get FREE while Mrs. B. fitted Mrs. G. I en- dio (part time).
T R R SURPLUS, mail $2.00 to SURPLUS quired of Mr. Granthamn why they Well, guess the best thing about
0 E I V R SALES INFORMATION SERVICES came here to lbuy shoes. "Well," it was that everybody got to do
11I' -1 7 thru ,r 23 Box No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. tf said Mr. G., "We are vacationing as they pleased. No serious rela-
: '. -' 2 EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Gall in Panama .ity and my wife could tionship damage resulted and
w "_ __ Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for not find shoes in Columbus, Ga., or guess you can call that domestic
.- ttuick expert service. te Panama City .. we came here democracy even though minus tran-
S.. F YOU ARE INTERESTED In parposely to buy shoes. Yes, they quality.
REV VERN N-* -BR W saving money see us or anything went away happy -and we were hap- The woman tried on one pair of
VEFV R N ON ABRO W N -1aouneed in your home. STOP and
"t .. U.-. WSWAP SHOP. py, too! Thanks, -and glad to serve shoes after another. "These are
E V ANGELIST you, Mr. and Mrs. G.! much too tight for you", said the
S"' FOR SALE: 25 toot cabin cruiser iSomeone has asked, "Why could- shoe salesman. "Yes, I know", she
S-" with 65 p motor. Sleeps two, problems hit us in asserted, "but when I wear tight
SRev. Vernon Brown our evangelist, is pastor of the First Bap- h gane 2.00.5 B. Roy youth when we know evething?" shoes I forget ae "y other Iiser-
worktist Chnurch in Daytona Beach, Flori da. Rev. Brown will begin hisAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 Maybe they do but youth bounces ies." That reminds me of a friend
work in our revival services at e Monday night se hour. Cut your lawn and let me back quiked. I'm listening to the who told mne a big mosquito taught
; := 'i' ^ worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf World 'Series (or trying to) while him one of the most valuable lesa-
:; : *" : B .". Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- my wife vacuums the rug, scrapes sons of his life. The rest of the
S. son, Phone 7-7501 wax of-f the floor and hammers on story was interesting and impres-
SERVICES EACH NIGHT '.',.i.: WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, the bottom of the sofa (leg a little sive ibut a little lengthy to repeat
7:30.^ P. M. THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- wobbly ... .getting old). At the here. See me 'at Boyles and I'll fin-
S7:30 P.M. tn "g first and ,third Thursday nights same time Barbara decides to try
ers' Ea c o ni 8:00 -p.m., American Legion Home. out The piano! What in the world ish the story while escorting you
EB ^ II:T Services Each Morning SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. has happened to the authority and on a Fall Campaign tour of shop-
"7 :00Tuesday through Saturday Th' uO. F.-Meets second and fourth rights of men? (or mne?) Why, the ping economy. Adios. RGB
S" ^7:00 A.M. ...... j regionn Hall. All members urged o
B N lREV. VERNON BROWN oble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon a
'^ Secretary: Theo Bishop Planting Time s ere
R. A. M--Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Ohapter No. 56, R. A. CALENDULAS -- SNAPS -- PETUNIAS
D., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit. SHASTA DAISIES
"" K R ST 0 NE In brothers welcome.
R. 0. ST N David H. Jones, High Priest House Plants Reduced -20c and up
!f Sf SONG LEADER Joel Lovett, Seeretary na ioes a u
THERE WILL BE a regular com. African Violets ------------ _35c and up


lJ H .muncattlon of Port St. Joe Lodge 500 to choose from
R. 0. Stone, our visiting song leader, is the song leader for the No 111, F&AM every first and 500 to choose rom
First Baptist Church, Daytona Beach, Florida. third Thursdaty af 8:00 .m. 3 t 4 ft. Rubbre Plants __ Reduced to $2.50
'R. ". STONE- SHRUBS, Large and Small
ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M. SEE US FOR YOUR PLANTING NEEDS
Long Avenue Baptist Church Vittum s Nursery
NURSERY PROVIDED for SMALL CHILDREN Advertising Pays Try t And Seed Ave.
Advrti imfD 't i 6eet it PAY.





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.Jrf 0ootrka Il> a.'it ar OnK...n. ..,Ia Costs R.C.
hoochee next Wednesday aimrnooP
(Continued from page 3) October 19, to play a return game, o H lfS
they, Bob Craig, Jimmy Goodman, 'Game time in Ohattahoochee will i
Larry Paifker, Billy Wager, David be 4:30 p.m., EST.
Dickey, David Young, Charlee Gib- MIAMI-Four weeks after Hur-
:pn, Jose Garcia, David Babbitt, s C ricane Donna smashed into Flor-
.*nior Nichols, %]ddy S1i, Peter YOUth Ci (nt n Mr. an ', Mr Hubert Darrel' id'a,1 l Orofs expenditures for as-
'x, Ohcrfles mme Bobiby e a.Bo White, Sr., announce the birth et sist-eanop A -the storm's victims
4itley, Rex BazZett, Oharles Thom- Open Saturday daughter, Mai.*- "A bte on-, O there passed the lhal millon dtlar
.s9, Morris Buttram, Henbert Smith, tober 9. m rI r eactiig a total of $505,00k_
.eorge Small Freddy Wise, Billy Mr. amid Mrs. Sarol.Gene A- Morel' an .4'250 families had re:!
.Smith, Donni Snmilit, Da-iny Wil- The American Legion Youth Oan-deron aamoce tae birth tf a sister wit, the Red Cross for
son, Andrew Trammell, Jerome teen, sponsored as a commu banit by boy on Oober .
Barnes, a y O n, Tommy service, will continue to operate -abyboy. o olberl
Wright, GarybDavis, Maurice Farl- Saturday evenings from 7:00 to (All b lrths ocurpaHospitat t)
ler, Billy atuley and Ray Ram- 10:00 pm. Much remains to be. Port St. Joe MniipalHospital.) -
Boy. Two to tat were able to done i organizing thiye th Visit In Fort Laui'erdale i' PRESBYTERI
dress out, Ibuf unable to play be- tivity end suggestions from nter-e.d Mrs. H.. : d 8 t
cause of past- Illness were Lomnie ested persons -would be more than r.dilden, Holly-and SllSy e
SBell and' Wilbur Butt. welcomed, as well as assistance. Barr visited ast week end' -with rel- CHURCH SC]
The Junior footballl team made a Interested persons may contiat atives in Fort Lauderdale.
fine. showing" for themselves in Mrs. Joan Moore at the Legion Morning Whe L
their ilrst football game of he 'Home on Saturdays or at her home, GLADIOLI CIRCLE WILL You* ng'Phe
season and came on the .field 'with 506 8th Street. MEET ON OCTOBER 0. Young People
a well deserved 19-0 victory. The Gladioli Oirole of the 'Port Evening Wors
The Junior High team will play Bat "mstruotions for aH those St.. Joe Garden Club will .meet at "Christ Can
another intra-squad- this Thursday interested will be held at the the home of Mrs. Edwin Jonson Prayer .Servic
afternoon immediately atter school. American Legion Home S'aturday Thursday, October 20.
The game will have to be played in morning at 10:00 anm. Mary Jane A CORDIAL WELCO
the afternoon so as not to comnfict Eobbitt will Ibe instructor for this Want Ads Get Fast Results
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Three hundred, twenty-three per-
sons Injured in the disaster are
still, receiving service from Red
Cross nurses. These patients In-
clude 10 i' hoDspitals, 112 'who had
major injuries, and-' 211 who had
minor injuries,.
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ev. Boyd B. Underwood, Minister

HOOL 9:45 A.M.
ship 11:00 a.m.
en -Speak"
's Meeting 6:30 p.m.
ship 7:30 p.m.
inot Be Hidden"
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)ME AWAITS YOUI


LEGAL ADVERTftIiNG
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS. '
The Gulf .County Board of Pub- i
lic Instruction (hereinafter rte-rr-:I
ed to as 'the "Owner"), Gulft.County
Court House, Wewabitchka, Flor-
ida, -will receive sealed .bid up to t
11:00 A.M. (CST), October 03, 1960
at which time-and place- they will- I
be published and -read aloud, for
the construction of: i
WEWAHITCHKA ELEMENTARY i
SCHOOL (JOB NO.. 014)
To be erected on site at Wewsia
bitchka and comprised of fiveclasa.-
rooms, 'toilets and iboiler torage ,
room; one story, block constribc- i
tien, pre-cast concrete roof asmtiem. -f
poured-in-place cnomreteflooralabs, 1
including phlubty heatUng and-
electrical w ork; approximately c
4500 square feet. '
Plans, speciflatlonus and .other n
contract documents may be instet- I
ed at tie. t .officea.-of owner or .sam "
chitect and (may be procured -from a
B. W. Hartman, Jr., AIA Architect, v
4717 South Lakewood Drive, Paea- p
ma City, Florida. General Coniraw- e
tort may obtain one (1) set upon
$35.00 deposit which will be retund-
ed 'only to those submitting a boem
fide bid and returning in good con-
dl-ion the set Issued them withinn
10 days after 'bid opening. General c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
GLORIA 6'NEIL ROSS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK ROSS,
Defendant
NOTICE TO: Jack Ros, -wlhose
.'.ace of residence is Warner, Ok-
lahoma. -. .
S On or before the 15th day of No-
vember, A.D., 1960 the defendant,
I Jack Ross is required, to serve up-
on Benjamin H.- Dickens,; Plaintlfft
SAtorney, 'whose address la is 3.
Fourth- Street,, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, *a copy of and f ile with, the
Olerk of said- Court, the original of
an answer ito the Bill of: Cempla.int
itil' d against him: herein, tor divorce.
WITNESS -my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewabitchbak,
Gulf County, Florida, this 11th day
6o1 October, A.D., 1960.
GEORGE Y. CORE, 4t
Clerk Circuit Court._
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 10-13

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT' OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF CORA M.
SUTTON, DECEASED. ,
NOTICE is hereby given' that I
Shave filed my final report and peti-
taon for final .discharge as Execu-
tor of the Estate of Cora M. Sutton,
Deceased; and 'that on the 6th day
of November, 1960, will apply to
the Honorable S, P.. Husband, Couo.
ty .Judge of Gt"f COouity, Ploridia,
for approval of said final report and
for 'final discharge as executor of
the Esta-te of Cora M. Sutton, De-
ceased. '
This 1 october, 1960.
SFRED W. SUTTON
Executor of the Estate of
S Cora M. Sutton, Deceased,
Ernest C. WimberlY :
Attorney -for -'Executor :
163 Smouth Eglin Park-way 4t-10-13
Fort Wailton. Beach,. Florida

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE 'S
COURT OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF FRED B.
SUTTON, DECEASED.
NOTICE Wi hereby given that I
have filed my tinal report and pe-
tition for Ftnal-l Discharge as Ex-
eautor of the Estate of ,Fred- B.
Sutton, Deceased; and that on ,the;
5th.day of November, 1960, will ap-
ply to the Honorable S. P. Husband
countyy Judge of Gul County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final re-
port anmd for final discharge as ex-
ecutor of the Estate of Fred B. Sut-
ton, Deceased.
This -, October, 1960. .
FRED. W. SUTTON,
Executor of the Estate of
F red B. Sutton, Deceased.
Lrnest:C. bemly berl
,Attorney ,for Executor
163 'South Eglin Park-way 4t-10413'
Fort Walton Beach, Fia.
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caused by Domna.a Ooktaoe,, and I. A Dbre4, Drector- -o s <-raas
1,70& of these families had requsee.-Disaster Reltief in llorida, sai
ea assistance in meeting long-term I htis week. The obrgiamztion, conttn-
needs -for rebuilding and' repair of ues its relief Operations in 22
homes, r.eiacemen t of essential counties and has 153 members of
householdh furnishings and tools 'the National Red Cross staff as-
needed tL': maintain tfaimily livel!- signed 'to assist local chapter in
hood, extended medical and nurs- caring for the disaster sudferers.
ing care,/iand other disaster-caused. This staff includes 100 casework-
problems.*: Assistance for families ers, 18 specialists in building, con-
in areas of northern Florida where struction, 22 supervisory;, account-
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contractors reburag sets but not
bidding, will have a1 butt $lO.0 of
deposit ret ed totem. General
contractors deitring more man, one
set, .or other persons, may procure
duets -upon i1e deposit except
- that $10.00 per set will be deadtod
p cover reproduction coat. haJtke
deposit check pay e to B ;V.
Hartnan, Jr., AIA.
SOta6traot documents are on .9e
aq- the tollowiag locations: AG!'
Plan Rooms: Peneaoola, Tallaas-
see am4 Panama City, Floridaci F.
W. Doce Pla Roama: obile
'niAtebaca and Jackson-
,ash her's ha ck, Oertifed Check
ci Bid Bond .ade payable to' Owi-
er tn- amount of 5% of base -bid
must aeomBatY eac- bidM.'"
PLhrfolin scet. labor and inatetal
bonds, and pworwinen's ompewwa-
tion insiurano will be requ4red- ofi
successful bidder.
Ownr resIve right ito' waive
techbufaolities and to reject any or
all bids.
Except, with the consent of. own-
er, bids may be 'wltbdraw*;` lY
prior to' time fixed or b id ope ng
or at any time followt.g ,thirty (30)
days after date of Ibid opening.
THOMAS A. OWENS, iupt.
1I be BO.r41-of Pmblo InstrAutiogi,
Gulf County 42 -
Wewahltchika,. Floridas

CITY OF PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
PROPOSED BUDGET 1961
ESTIMATED, REVENUE.
Property Tax (7.6) Mill, .... 7S,585.00.
Occupational Licensa- Tax .... 12,000.00
Race Track Receipts .......... 2,000.00
Admissions Tax ........... 1,500.0.J
Florida Power Franchise-Tax (2%) 1.800.00
Fines and.t Forfeits- ......... ,56000.W
Permits, Fees, Et.o........ O.0O
Garbage Collection, Revenues T,800.0
Miscellaneous. Revenue ...... 2SO0.00o
Holly Hill, Cemetery lot sales & e- lOO
St. Joseph Fire Control dist. 0.0O5O
Parking Meter Receipts
(collections from meters) 5,600.0.0
Road and Bridge Fund receipts
from Gulf County ........ 12,000.00
TOTAL GENERAL FUNP .... $180,78.bc0
Bond Retirmminl Funds ,,
Hospital Revenue Bond' Fund
Estimated Cigarette Tax Receipts ,
for- year .1961 .......... .26,000.00
Special inking. Fund'for
ending Bods of 1950 .. 8,71'41tl
Construction Fund (60%). of
Utility.Tsx T ;........... 1.s,00.00
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE FUNDS $563,214.11
TOTAL ALL FUNDS .. ... 183,999,11
1960 Assessed Taxable Valuation
$9,682,34.0 :
PropoId MiuLg3 e for Gcneial'
Operations ($73.585.00) 7.6. Mills
Proposed Millage Special Sinking Fund
for Refunding Bonds of 1950 -
($8,714.11) ....... ...... 0.9 'M ls
'u'l %L MILlAOE FOR TA#?
YEAR 1960 ............ ,8.5 Milli
..EXIPENDITURES..: .. ..'
Gmaeil Fund ProspoaBd Budgt 1961
l9ce 'Departmn4 .........' 21,T78.0n
Scavenger Department .... 9,'i.0
Exeeutive Department ...... 2,100.00
Fire Department ........... 2,900.00
Street Lights ............. 8,000.00
Administrative Expe .....e.0.00
Legal Department .......... 2,600.00
Street Maintenance Department 277,008,00
Park Department .. ... ... 8,00000
Pest Control and Landfill ,
Program ..... ........... 65,000.0u
MisceUaneous pense ...... 2,300.00
Maintenance and Operation
Municipal.. .Building ...... 4.312.00
Audit ........ ........... 760.00
Municipal Hospitial of 'Port.
St. Joe .............."..... 14.0000
Cotini nceia ,.... ..,...... .. "PIC 682.00
Social IBeau0it Ifhlincr (PIOA) 2,600 0
Holly Hia Cemetery ....... Soo00
Forest Hill Ceoetery ...... SO..5O0
TOTAL ... .. .S0..7 ,
Ho]ipital Revenue Bond Fund 24;000.Q10
Special Sinking Fund ftor Relu1digf .
Bonds of 1960 (0.9) Mills ,714.11l
Construction z Fund (80%) of
Utility Tax ............ 18,oo00.00
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE
FUNDS .......".......... s,214.1
TOTAL ALL FUNDS....... $18,999.11
ORDINANCE NO. 184X -
"An Ordinance. relating to.. the anseesme.tl
and levy of taxes in the City of'Port St..
Joe, Florida for the tax year A. D. 1960,
levying an advalorem tax of 0.9 mills
upon the dollar of. assessed valuation .for
the purpose of- providing funds lot the
payment of principal and 'inteYest'one'thq'
$90,000.00," City of Port St. Joe refund-'
'in bonds of. January. .9.9 and any-
indebtedness there' '.4uta tending -and-: a
tax of 7.6. mills for thepurpose of proq
viding funds, .for the ordinary and regu
Solar purposes' of the City of Port St. Jo.
'for the year 1961."
, WHEREAS,' the city Commission is 'of
the opinion that, it is necessary for the imn-
mediate 'prttction andr preservation of the
pea*c,' sfety health, and property of the
CiOty and its inhabitants, and to provide for
tke 'ausal daily; operation of the City and
its' departments that this Ordinance be
,acted and tak .effect immediately, there-
fore,
B'E IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF,
THE OIT, OF PORT ST. JOE:
SSECTION-1. That the assessment -roll of
the taxable property within' the- City: of. Potr
St. Joe for the year 1960, -irepazed.,by .the
City Auditor and Clerk, 'as. ex-officiloT '
Asseseor and revised and equalized. by- the
Cty Tax Equalizing Board -be, ;nd-tbqile-
a hereby apprboed 'and. adopted as i- as-
es.ment roll of Taxable' property, within
the City of Port St. Joe, for the- Tax- year ..
no. ... .. .. ..
SECTION 2. That -there be. a nd4-aere,--
hereby levied and assesed upon all property,
both real and personal, within the corporate .
imits of the Oty otPort St. Joe, insep
rom taxation, by the constitution and. la '.
SFor a following
(a) A- tax of 0.9, mllsa upon the dolla
,1 assessed valuation for the purpose t
-roviding funds for the payment of Interest
ud principal. on any remaining. indebted-
aes outstanding on the $90,000.00 i4ty-ct
'crt St. Joe ending Bonds Issue of Jan.
ary 1, 1960.
() A tax of 7.68' mll upon the dollar of
assessed valuation for the purpose of, pro-
iding funds for the ordinary and regular
urpose of the City of Port St. Joe.
effect immediately upon adoption.
INTRODUCED at;a Special Meeting qo the
ity- Commi.lon.en the 11th day of Oqto-
1J. L.. SHARIT, .
Mayor-Commissioner
T T E S T : ', --V : ; ":
w. HENDERSON,
ity Auditor and. Clerk


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