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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: March 9, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


MONEY TALKS-Let's keel
It where we *an speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
> your home town merchantal
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TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1961 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA NUMBER24


C. H. Coulter, (left) state forester, points out a
budget request for this five-county area to Gulf
County Forest Fire Prevention chairman C. A. Fite,
(right) as John Bethea, chief of the state's fire


Forest Fire Group




Has Budget Meet


Florida Stare F(,rester C. H. Coul-
ter, speaking before approximately
80 state legislative representatives,
senators, foresters, land owners
and forest fire committeemen rep-
resenting five counties, presented
his department's 1961-63 bienniumi
budget for consideration Monday
night at a meeting held at the St.
Joe Toter an White City.
Gulf C(')unlt For.- -t P-,-even-
1 L .,Ii Commit tee,- ia-.Ju"J I i...K-
A. Fite. was host 'to the group.
The total budget as presented
,by the forestry head Is $12,393,809
which is aliproximnatel 413 i'lliiaj
higher than the 1959-61 budget.
One of the big items in the pro-
posed budget is an increased sal-
ary rate for 888 meployees of the
Forest Service, amounting to aa
average of '$42 per .month.
At .present the state is divided
into five forestry districts. Coulter
said that one of 'the districts in
.South Florida contains 22 coun-
ties. He ,proposed to divide this
district, giving the state a total of
six districts.
Breaking down the requested
budget for five counties represent-
ed at the meeting, Coulter said
that '$147,705 has been requested for
Gulf County; Calhoun County,
$160,640; Bay County, $526,036;
Franklin County, $130,900; and Li-
'berty County, $120,566.
The total requested for the five
counties is $1,085,847. The state
,budget commission, Coulter said,
has requested cuts in the requests
for the five counties totaling $179,-
000. .
Cuts recommended by the budget
commission are: Gulf, $24,000; Cal-
houn, $26,000; Bay, $27,000; Frank-
lin, $22,000 and Liberty, $20,000.
Complimenting his hosts, the
Gulf County Forest Fire Prevne-
tion Committee, Coulter said that
of the 17 -million acres of forest
land under Forest Fire Prevention
protection, only seven tenths of
one per cent have 'been destroyed
by fire over a five-year period of
time, cmopared with three million
acres in the state not having this
protection, which recorded an av-
erage of 35 per cent fire destruc-
tion.
Over half of the forest acreage in
the state is owned by more than
93,00 small land owners.
Of the 12 pulpwood companies in
the state, five million acres of land
is either owned or under lease by
them, the forestry head said.
Approximately 40 per cent of the
pulpwood used by Florida mills is
brought into the state from Geor-
gia and Alabama, Coulter said.
Pointing out the tremnedous po-
tential the five-county area had in
forestry, the state forestry spokes-
man said that 80-90 per cent of the
land in this area is covered by for
est.
John Bethea, .State Forestry chiel
of fire control, said Florida should
increase Is production in forestry
products within the next 15 years
and double it by the year 2,000.


The chief said his figures were
based on anticipated demand for
the product ,.omnir'led from a U. S.
report prediction.
Persons at'ending the meeting,
wlhiclh was held at the State Fores-
try building, were treated to an
oyster fry furnished by member,
James T. McNeil..

Preparation for LBB
Season Now Underway

Listed below is the schedule of
preparation for boys who expect
to play in the Port St. Joe Little
Boy's Baseball League this year.
During the week of April 3,
birth certificates will be requir-
ed and collected.
In the week of April 10. try-
outs will be held.
In the week of April 17, tryouts
will be held.
The first game of the season
will be played on April 24.
All boys who intend to play
in the Little Boys League must
have birth certificates checked
before April 14. Failure to do so
will prevent them from playing.
Birth certificates will be check-
ed during the week of April 3 at
the Little Boys Baseball field
only. This includes all boys in-
cluding those who have had birth
certificates checked in past years.


Breakfast To Kick-off

Scout Drive Tomorrow


control, holds the chart. Approximately 80 persons
attended the budget meeting in White City 'Mon-
day night.
(Photo courtesy News-Herald)


Church Attendance
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School, 292; Training
Union, 131 and Worship Services,
447.
OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY
Sunday School, 255; Worship ser-
vices, 260; Christian Cadets, 95;


City Agrees to

Put New Lights

On Williams Ave.

Acting on a request from several
businessmen on Williams Avenue
the City Commission voted Tues-
day night to extend the mercury
vapor street lamps to that street,
placing lights at the corner of Sec-
ond, Third, Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Playground .equipment was order-
ed Tuesday night to be placed in
Forrest Park in the vicinity of 16th
Street.
The Medical Clinic requea'.ed the
City to construct a curb 'c the'r
parking lot from the city street
edge to their property line as they
were paving their parking lot. The
.City Commission agreed to put the
curb in with their own labor at anr
estimated cost of $90 00 ir to allows
the Medical Clinic to have iheir
contractor construct the curb of
ihe same material as the pa iking
lot and pay the Clinic the estimated
$90.00 cost. The parking lot will be
paved with cement. The City plan-
ned to use asphalt for the curb
The Commission agreed to rent
the City dragline and pumps to the
St. Joe Boat Club to make repairs
to the boat basin. A tugboat recent-
ly rammed several piling at the
entrance to ithe basin weakening
them. The club plans to replace the
piling with concrete and use insur-
ance money obtained for the dam-


Young People, 15. ages from the tug company to pay
HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST for using the city equipment.
Sunday School, 52; Church Set- A discussion was held on needed
vices, 65; Young People, 14. repairs to the Centennial Building.
%* *0 It was agreed by the Commission-
HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST ers to meet at the building yester-
Sunday School, 144; Training Un- ers t meet at he buing ytr
ion, 91; Worship Services 296. day afternoon and inspect it for
**4 % the most needed repairs ,before go-
FAITH BIBLE CHURCH ing ahead with any work. New
Sunday School, 26; Young Peo- windows have :been installed re-
.1 3e e cently, but Mayor pro-tem I. C.
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST Nedley said that some of the new
Sunday School, 177; Training windows have already 'been broken
Union. 100; Worship Services, 259. out again.


KIWANIS MINSTREL SHOW SLATED

FOR TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8:00 P.M.

The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club Minstrel Show will be
presented tomorrow night at the Port St. Joe Elementary
School Auditorium at 8:00 p.m.


The show will be a show for the
entire family this year and is en-
tirely different from shows produc-
ed in the past by the club. Tickets
are now on sale 'by any Kiwanis
Club member and can be obtained
at Pylants, Floyd Chevrolet, Buz-
ze"'s Drug Store, Smith's Pharma-
cy or at the door tomorrow night.
Included in the cast of charac-
ters are endmen: "Tam'bo", Wal-
ter Dodson; "Bones", Robert
King; "Draw.back", Harold Odom;
"Hey Man", Conrad Williams;
"Frostbite", 0. C. Dykes; "Slofoot"
John Carmichael.
Specialties include, "Square Dan-
cing", Po-Jo Twirlers; Slo-tap, Bill
Winters and "H. E. Richards; Banjo
Mr. Ballard; Tap numbers, Mrs..


Gulf County's portion of the Gulf Voncille Taylor's group; Duo, Mer-
Sands Council, Boy Scouts of Amer- ian Lauder and Charlotte Lovelace.


ica finance drive will :begin tomor-
row morning at 6:45 am. with a
kick-off breakfast at the City Res-
taurant.

Workers in the drive will meet
at the restaurant to receive -their
drive material and be charged with
their task by drive chairman, Otis
Pyle. Gulf County's goal in this
fund raising campaign is $1,600.
Money from the drive goes to op-
erate the Scout Council of which
Gulf County is a part. Gulf's quo-
ta is based on a per capital Scout
population. The new budget for the
Council totals about $10.00 for each
Scout in the Council. Gulf has 160
Scouts.
Money raised from the campaign
operates Scout Camps throughout
the Council, finances Scouting ac-
tivities and finances the Council
office.
It is expected that the drive will
be completed on Friday. Workers
throughout the city 'have been lin-
ed up by the team captains to make
the task of collection easier and
quicker. Residents of the City are
urged 'to make their donations
when called on Friday so that the
drive may 'be wound up quickly.

In Hospital
G. S. Croxton is srelously ill in
the Baptist Hospital in Pensacola.
He is in room 232.


The show will also include the
famous Kiwanis Minstrel chorus
and many other acts to entertain
the audience.
Admission to the show is 99c.


Missionary To Visit

Oak Grove Church

Rev. and Mrs. Howard Carter,
World missionary travelers and
Bible teachers will visit the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
nights of next week. Rev. Carter
will conduct a Bible Study on "The
Ministry of the Holy Spirit".
Rev. Carter' was principal of the
Assemblies of God Bible School
in London for 20 years. The Car-
ters have just recently returned
from New Zealand.
Rev. Charles Harthern, pastor of
the church invites the public to
attend these services which 'begin
each night at 7:30 p.m.

Vitro Wives to Hold
Regular Meeting Monday

The Vitro Wives will hold a reg-
ular meeting on Monday, March 13
at 7:30 p.m. at the Florida Power


Corporation Lounge. All
wives are urged to attend.


Vitro


Rotary Hears

About Lincoln

Rotarian Silas R. Stone brought
the program 'to the Rotary Club
Thursday, speaking on the life of
Abraham Lincoln during his term
in the White House.
Stone said that Lincoln was not
necessarily a brilliant man. His
knowledge was gained the hard
way, but was seldom forgotten. He
had an unpleasant speaking voice
but he uttered some gems in pub-
lic that remain even today. Lincoln
was a strong minded man and he


was also strong physically.
Stone said that contrary to pop-
ular belief the Civil War was not
fought over slavery but because of
the South's determination to have
state's rights. The issue of slavery
entered the scene at the issuance
of the Emancipation Proclamation
in September, 1862. The proclama-
tion was issued by Lincoln as a
means of keeping England and
France from helping the South. The
paper injected a humanitarian is-
sue into the war. Up to this time,
France and England were contem-
plating aid to the South since all
the 'battles had been fought on
Southern soil which the two na-
tions considered invasion by the
North.
Stone said that Lincoln was not
quick to offer opinions or thoughts
but thought them out well. "His
moves and addresses testify to the
thoroughness of '.he man's thought ,
on important matters".
Guests of the club were C. T.
Alexander, Memphis, Tenn., and
Harvey Yarbrough of Pensacola.


Band Parents Group

To Meet Tonight

The Band Parent's Association
will meet in the Band Room of the
Port St. Joe High School tonight
at 8:00 p.m. All parents interested
in the 'band are urged to attend.


Saunders Hints At New




Industry For Port St. Joe


H. C. Brown Says Final Stages of Work

On Harbor Will Begin This Month

Harry H. Saunders, chariman of the Chamber of Com-
merce Industrial Development Committee told..the.Chamber
Monday night at a dinner meeting that Port- St. Joe6.stands
a good chance to obtain another industry in the near future.
In making his statement, Saunders emphasized that 'nothing
was definite as yet, but indications were favorable.


JAMlS 1. K.AHAM
Feature Speaker


Baptist Laymen

Planning Rally

Baptist Laymen of ,the Port St.
Joe area are sponsoring an evange-
listic rally in Port St. Joe for
next Thursday night at 7:00 p.m.
at the Firsit Baptist Church.
Laymen from the First Bapist
Chur.hl. the Long Avenue Baptist
Church, Highland View Baptist
Church and White City Baptist
Church have planned a two-hour
evangelistic meeting. The featured
speaker will be a layman-James
T. Karam of Little Rock, Arkan-
sas. Other speakers on the program
will be Rev. Douglas Watterson,
pastor of the First Baptist Church,
of Mariaanna and Rev. Landis E.
Taylor, ,pastor of the First Baptiat
Church in Parker,
The program will also feature
hymn singing by 'the congregation
and special music by a 60-voice
choir composed of choir members
of all four churches.


Saunders said ;that his committee
is working on this new industry
and hopes to provide at least one
and maybe two new industries for
Port St. Joe during the year.
Other areas of improvement were
reported by H. C. Brown, chairman
of the Port Development Commnit,
tee. Brown said that the U. 2. Gcv-
ernment dredge would be in St. Jo-
seph's Bay this. month and would
complete work -on deeping of the
channel, harbor and bar crossing to
provide Port St. Joe with a c~nneiae
deep enough to handle any sh'_
that uses the Gulf waters. Brown
said that recent action by the
Florida delegation in Congress to
deepen the Gulf County Canal to
12 feet coupled with the harbor
work should put Port St. Joe in a
favorable position to attract water
traffic from the Three-Rivers wa-
.terway project.
Other routine reports were given
by R. E. King, housing; Ed Woods
and Charles J. Stevens, financial;
G. F. Lawrence, membership; Gan-
non Buzzett, military affairs; Wal-
ter Dodson, welcoming and Calvin
Floyd, parks and playgrounds.
Guest Speaker
Bert Williams, with the commun-
ity development department of the
Florida Power Corporation was the
guest speaker for the evening.
Williams spoke on "The Work of
the thamnber of Commerce", which,
he declared is people doing collec-


points to industry.
"We are not fully a.tourist area,
but we are in Florida .and have
Florida to offer much of 'the year
-enough ito attract industry to our
area.
While mainly 'urging our attrac-
tion to industry, Williams did not
discount the seasonal tourist busi,
ness 'to tri-t area. Williams said
that a tourist traffic of 24 a day
means $100,000 a year payroll to a
community. He based his figures
on state research into the subject.
Williams urged the Chamber to
work together to sell ithe area-to
ourselves and to new residents.


Race Track Funds

Expected This Week

Comptroller Ray E. Green an-
nounced this week that race
track funds will be distributed
to all the Counties this week.
This distribution will amount to
$46,500, which brings the total to
date that each County has re-
ceive4 to $116,500. This is $4,000
more than the Counties had re-
ceived at this same period last
year.

Adult Education Offers
Basic Arts Course
H. F. Ayers, director of adult edu-


tively what cannot be done individ- cation in Gulf County states that
Ilie51 .'U~.I I' I1VLIU '' ully.He ite th obectvesof thea baic oure i ar, wichwil in


The general pubic invited to ually. He cited the objectives of .he
attend next Thursday night, March chamber as striving to improve
16. business, the economy and the en-
A nursery will be provided. tire scope of community life for the
community.
St. Joseph's Plans "In realizing our full potential,
Pwe must have -unity", Williams de-
Dedication Services cleared. He hit hard at this section
-of Florida for 'hiding their light
Dedication services will be held under a bushel' insofar as selling
at St. Joseph's Catholic Church at the ,area was concerned. "Industry
noon Sunday for a new flagpole. likes what you have", he said, "oth-
The flagpole was erected in mem- erwise, your present industries
ory of the late Victor R. Ander- would not have come here". The
sor. Mayor J. L. Sharit will pre- speaker said that the abundance of
side at the ceremony. raw materials, transportation facili-
The general public is invited to ties and the recreational offerings
attend. of this area, make ideal :ellin2


a basic course in art, which will in-
clude drawing, sketching and paint-
ing will' 'be offered to any interest-
ed adult.
Registration, which will be limit-
ed in number, will take place in
the office in the Centennial Build-
ing upstairs, Monday, March 13
from 4 to 5 p.m.
Mrs. Lila Brouillette will be the
instructor.

Taken To Hospital
Coleman Tharpe was taken to the
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital on
Tuesday seriously ill. Tharpe had
been a patient in the Municipal
Hospital for several days.


RED CROSS NURSE CLASS TO COLLECT FOR HEART FJW

The annual Red Cross class on Home Nursing lId Avenue Sa* rday mornirre March 11 for the
and Care of the Sick and Injured in Port St. Joe Hrt Fund drive.
was started February 21, at the Gulf County Health ,r W,..'* -"r ,1 .'", are: Cheryl Chris-
Department with 14 students from the Port St. tian, Carol Patterson, Nancy Tynes, Sandra Mulli-
Joe High School attending. nax, Betty Jo Smith, Barbara Whitfield, Diane
Pauline W. Sowers, Chairman of the Gulf James, Rosa Lee Keel, Sharon Robertson and
County Red Cross Home Nursing Program wel- Xaty Rhamei. Standing, left to right: Sharylene
corned the group and introduced their instructor, RafI~f.lJ. Sally Hudson, Roberta C. Harden, Pau-
Roberta H. Harden, Public Health Nurse. line Sowers, Carolyn Sharling and Irva Long,
These students will operate a road block on (Star .photo)











Miss Faye Constance Chasor


Wed To Cary Vaun Godwin

Miss Faye Constance Ohason and
ary' Vaun Godwin were united in is_
the band of holy wedlock at seven
o'clock in the evening, Saturday,
February twenty-fit', at the First
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe. The
marriage vows we.:- spoken before
the Reverend Charles Byron Smith
pastor.
The bride is the daLtghter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Henry Chason of
Port St. Joe and the groom is thea
son of Mr. and Mrs. i. James God-
win of McDavid, Florida.
Pyramidal shaped candelabra en-
twined with southern' smflat hold-
ing white tapers were placed in the
choir stall immediately in back of
the channel rail. Potted sable palms
and magnolia boughs were used at
vantage points. Within the chancel,
at either -aide of 'the pulpit were
placed large- standards of 'gladioli
against a continuation of the pyra-
mzdal candelabra .o the chancel
railing. Centering the windows
were burning white tapers nestled
among magnolia leaves, converting
rthe sanctuary into an effective set- i
ting for the wedding ceremony. .
Mrs. Noble 'H. Stone, organist, -
rendered a soft medley of pre-nup-
tial music. Misses Mabel and Mazie
Stone sang, "I Love You Tiuly" I .---
'(Bdnd). Mrs. Stone played the tra- Mrs. Cary Vaun Godwin
ditional Bridal Chorus from "Lo-
hengrn" (The Weddi) or he roces- basque bodice featuring a sabrina strand of pearls, a gift from
from "a i Md .un miner Night's Ineckline and. the long sleeves ter- groom, and she carried a -bri
Droam" (Mendelssohn) as Reces.- minaing into calls lily points were bouquet of feathered carnated
atolha. The Misses Stone sang, enhanced ;by dainty scalloped lace chid finished with streamers
'"The LOrd's Pra yer" (Malotte) asl edging. :In a. cascade of beauty, the white rilbon, seed pearls and 1
the Impressive and solemn blessing. lavishly full cathedral train of an- of-the-valley
was pronounced. The beautiful cer- tique bridal satin iA the fashion-
emony was terminated with Rever- able new asynmetric line swept in Attending the bride as her in
end Smith's benediction. magnificentt folds to the back. of 'hnor was her'cousin, Miss Ji
The bride, who was given In mar- |Her circular finger-tip veil of Chason of vMarianna. Her st2
riage by her father, was regal _and French illusion was a:tacbed to a
loyely itiA:town.-of exquisite hand crown of pearls filled in with so-length dr-cotson feature woven
-clipped chantflly type lace. The Iquins., Her only ornament was a train frcottoneklaturing a d
t4traihft front neckline with a d


SEE THE




Confederate `o


On Display In Our Lobby

S-- Owned by --

CHARLES B. SMITH -


Displayed by the St. Joseph

Historical Society


Another Home Service of the


Florida 'N national Badnk


at Port St, Joe
Member, FDIC and Florida National Group


low sunburst rosebuds nestled in
rouched nylon net with graceful
1 cascades of yellow ribbon stream-
Sers. '
Miss Vicky Richards, daughter of
Mt. and Mrs. Hubert RichPds of
Port St. Joe was flower girl. She
was similarly gowned to that of the
bride in a miniature white taffeta
Floor length dress. Her white head-
dress was identical in design to
those of the bridesmaids. Her flow-
er basket was lined with white sa-
tin and edged with tiny ruffles of
net. Attached to the handle was a
large white taffeta bow.'
Hulon Mitchel served as best man
and the ushers were Fred Chason,
brother of the bride, Therman Ja-
cobs, Harry Tison and. Harry Lee
Smith.
i Mrs. Ohason chose for her daugh-
ter's wedding & sheath of sandal-
wood beige brocade aatin. with ac-
cessories and shoes of avacado
green and her corsage was pink
carnations.
SMrs. Godwin, mother of the bride-
groom, was attired in a lavender
dress with matching hat. She used
black accessories and her corsage
was yellow rosebuds. "'
A reception was held in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Richards
,i immediately following the cere-
mony. The guests were welcomed
'by Mrs. Milton Chafin and Mrs. Ce-
cil Costin, Sr. The 'emphasized de-
cor in the living room was' the man-
'tle centered with a fan-shaped ar-
rangement of white gladioli form-
ing a fitting background for the re-
ceiving line. Enhancing the beauti-
fully lighted dining room was the
bride's table overlaid with a lilac,
lined white cutWork linen cloth, ar-
the ranged with a-three itered all white
dal wedding cake surrounded by a gar-
ons land of lilac mums and fern lead-
or- ing to a five branched silver can-
-of delabrum in the center. On the op-


ily-

naid
iidy
*eet
lac-
high
eep6


V in back and tiny kimona shaped
.sleves. The gored skirt with con-
centrated back fullness joined the
elongated bodice and conveyed the
old-fashioned charm of a simulated
train.
The bridesmaids were .Miss Di-
ane Godwin, sister of the bride-
groom of 'McDavid, and Mis's -Patri-
cla Ann Redd of Port St. Joe. Their
gowns were identical to that of the
honor attendant. Ornamenting their
hair were lilac filmy nylon flowers-
forming a coronet jeweled with
seed pearls, and from which fell a
small face- veil' of lilac net. They
carried nosegays of half-blown yel-


posite end of the table was ,a hand-
some silver coffee service. The buf-
fet was adorned at either end with
three branched crystal prismed sil-
ver candelabra holding lighted lilac
tapers. Three wedding bells en-
cased in a ibed of lilac mums was
in the centre. Hostesses for the
occasion were Mrs. Hubert Rich-
ards and Mrs. Terry Hinote, assist-
ed by Mrs. Walter Duren and Miss
Clara Pate. Misses Gayle and Nan-
cy Richards 'presented rice bags to
the wedding guet. ".
Miss Crista Dured and Miss Jan-
et Shuff cut and served the cake
and Miss Coral Lee Armstrong and
Mrs. Annette Obason poured. Mrs.
N. Douglas Baldwin 'kept the guest
book.
For itravel ng ,the bride chose a
Light brbwwn ad beige embroidered
jersey dress with darker brown ac-
cessories and the orchid from her
bridal bouquet was her corsage. The
couple made a wedding trip to 'the


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Smokey Mountains...They. will makeV
their home at 1111 Garrison Ave-I
nue here In Port St. Joe. i
The bride was a graduate of Port
St. J4e High School in 1960 and
attended the fall semester at Flor-
ida State University. The bride-
grooi was graudated from Ernest
Ward High School; a Walnut Hill
and ;& presently employed with Vt-
r, Weapons, Inc., at Cape San Bias
and is attending night cl.asses-at
G(ulf Coast Junior college. ,
Out of town guests at the wed-
ding and reception Included Mr.
and Vrs. Cliff Richards, Mr. and
Mr. .J. D. Owens, Mr. and Mrs. C.
D. Owens of Chipley; Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Bozeman, maternal grandpar- i
ents of the bride, Misa Barbara
Weston, Miss Karen Cbason, Mr.
and. Mrs. D. E. Ryals, Ann, Helen
and Danny 'and-Miss Didi Patton
of Altha; Mrs. Annette Chason Of
Mariannea;. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ro-
gers of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
L. James Godwin, parents of the
bridegroom, McDavid; Miss Betty
Jean Farmer of Blounts'.own and
Miss Janet Shuff of Cleveland,
Ohio.
The pre-nuptial events honoring
Miss Chason were the traditional
rehearsal supper held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Browne"-
with Mrs. Noble Stone as co-host-
ess.
Mrs. Walter: Diirent Mrs. Carl
Armstrong and Miss Clara Pate en-
tertsined with .a 'bridesmaids
luncheon at the Motel St. Joe on'
February 25, at 1:00 p.m. Guests'
other than those participating in'
the wedding were Miss Crista Dur-
en, Miss Coral Lee Armstrong,
Miss Janet Shuff and Miss Betty
Jean Farmer, college; friends of the
bride.


B & P Women Have

Luncheon Meeting

The Port St. Joe Business and
.Professional Women's Club held
their regular luncheon meeting at
the. City 'Restaurant at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday aight.' Miss .Minerva. Mc-
Lane, president, presided over the
meeting.
'A nominating committeee was se-
lected composed., of Nora Beasley,
cbalrman; Louis Kotrla and Viola
Walters. The committee Is 'to pre-
,i ent -tw", nominees 'for" each .of-
fice to' .be' vot.d'd" M at the next

After thie business session' a de-
licious: luncheon was, enjoyed by
,the following members present:
Minerva iMeLane, Verna Smith, Ma-
bel Williams, Nora Beasley, Lois
Kotrla, Virginia Harpold, 'Su e
Moore and Viola Walters.


Historical Society

Holds Meeting,

The regular meeting of the St.
Joseph Historical Society was 'held
Saturday afternoon in the Cham-
ber Room of the Municipal Build-
ing.
.Mrs. Ned S. Porter, president
gave a resume of the projects that
the City Commission has carried
out in cooperation 'with the St.
Joseph Historical' Society. The
president reported that 15.0 pine
seedlings have 'been planted in the
old St. Joseph C'em lntpry. Other
projects -have been -brought to the
attention of the Commissioners ,and
will be acted upon as funds and
labor become available.
The plans for the additional wing
to the museum were discussed;,
Funds for this wing have been in-
- cluded in the proposed budget, of
[the Florida Board of Parks and
Historic Memorials for next year.
This will ibe. presented before the
State Legislature when It convenes
April 3, 1961' : ":-
Letters of response were read
concerning the preservation of
some of the ante-bellum 'homes In
Apalachicola. The St. Joseph His-
torical Society is working in con-
junction with other groups on this
worthy project.


BIRTHS

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leonard
Montgomery of 515 Third Street
announce the birth of a son, Rob-
ert Leonard, Jr., on March 1.

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wheeler
Russell of Beacon Hill announce
the birth of a son, Wheeler Dale on
March 3.
Mr. and 'Mrs. James Robert Watts
of St. Joe Beach announce the
irth of a son, Kevin Troy on
March 4.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lyle Sick-
I mon of 525 Fourth Street announce
(the birth of a baby boy, Gregory
Scott on March 4.


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S- century after he was hired --: :-, -, i sucl ,problems. For
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of -, was to become one of the '.-- '. D. C,, to .obtain the
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iwMch had eaen selected as the .: '.* .:., of the original ... wh n .. .. .. ..', -.
the newly-planned .traft paper it began' operations ic n 1988. -'F F H. S LTDErAs
I I ..: iq:' .* yea he lltad the in- ,. i- associated. ':I, :do this
7 tPont Eatate., which organ- terest of the community and the a new home into which r
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iz eM the Company in 1936, owned Mill foremost lu his mind.',
nmot of the land within sthe cor' many dutisa, he found time to cently moved.
porate limits of he -community andl 1elh 'bring three other major in- Besides his ieret in watar con-
a I;. responsibility, ua- du-triesa to Port .St. Joe and tie has servation, he plans to continue a s
der .the direction of W. T, "Bill" been the driving force behind the -''' -'-', i- ., and Director of the
tEdwardls, to ,coordinate iths efforts development 1oi t'hoe cojniTnujitny as Florida National Bank at Port SEt.
of thae industrial ooxitractors, a major deep water harbor in Flor- Joe,
planners and permanent hounang Ida, -- --
coztractOns- addition to these Becamse of his maiy activities,
dautHes, it was necessary to make he 'became very well known thaun- I YVsIwjty
prTovisions for ho-ausbg up to 2,000 out ,the pulp and paper and related
construction workers who consver- industries.
Q4 ont the awakening community For example, Ha-ry now is V4UIFes ,
bald i the giant milL chairnian of the Florida TIii'n. and -
S The constructio and early ope- apeer industryy Group, a director A rocent c gca 5o th o Saoeal 'So.
atijon of the mill -wa a joint vn- and past chain at of Southastern' n law now makes it more i-m
,tue of the Maad Corporation an.d Raegion, C. .i"-, elatIo'T Ser- portant bhat i who hire baby
the Alrel I. duPont Estate. Dtur- rce. and a member of t oe National saittrs, aidsd, cleaning wontoa, or
ng Athis period, 1.0 V- hed a varatiy ." Execnutie Reserve, Busi- other households ihol iroport he
od duties sbch as personnel, pur-m n ca td Defeone Saervices Adminia- earug- 'o the-io workers ift -
clasing, bilUlng, traffic and housing. tratlon. are paid $l$) i, cash wages tin any
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-ras.t to his t1ram ex trienca-e s oa water conservat on subject Carey, maatager .O the Paanta ,',
faUroad employee. haberodase-i hti is assuming national import- astrict offttice,
acd a meZ.'ber ot thie FLorIta" State amce--the 'otear.a S, Joe Pap:r 'the utih law reduces ,by about
.L.,lia'.tr. a, oatpany'executivo hIas 'been Vi .... i the length .of tiAte a per-
NOw .- .i ...I.. were added on many comiultoes : .' 1' 1 work in order to receive
I 140 when. ....* AlCTed L .1 .'.n ." i., l.l., .,ri. ',' '' benefits whbou they
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of the E aaecurte Commit- 1- a in tereat in wator co.noerva- at A'oreemmat age. Failure -to get
Itbee, {embers of whio-h made vp .:i. i *.'plans to continue hih mewm- credit for one or two quarter <:an
the top maragemeat groUp. o.... on at l.eaiit two of tho:[o mean the lo s orf huatndrds of dot-
Waorld War II posed more prob. -..i.iiii. -.. late it. rotiotirement or surviyorc
'4lemai tor Mil:man.agerment. Not oally lie anid his wife, "Brow,.tio", will i .. .
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mint of money. -rst. take our Galaxie Next, get our Galaxis GChallenge De saL
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1961


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Wiliams Avenue, Port St. Joe., Florida
By The Star Publiblasg Company
WBSLEY AMSE Editorand Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesmen, Photographer, Columnist. Reporter, Proef
DIAL BAL. 7-4161
Entered as second-ds matter, December 19, 1987, at the Potottflce, Port St. Joe.
Florida, ader Act of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.~0
TO ADVERTISERS---In case of eror or omilssionp In advertisements, the puilIsher
do not hold themselves liable for dasge further than amount received or'such
advertleeieft
The spoken word s to given ea t attention; the printed word in thoughtfully
w ed. The spoken word aely aserts; the printed word thoroughly eonvinces.
spoken word is lost; the printed wrd .'emalts.


Not The Case

A great many people undoubtedly believe that any sub-
stantial degree of tax reform and tax reduction is impossi-
ble at the present time, because of the government's revenue
need&.
Well, that simply isn't the case. For instance, the Cham-
ber of Commerce of the United States points out what would
happen if the top rate of taxation of individual income were
lowered from the existing 91 per cent to 50 per cent. The
Immediate drop in revenue to the Treasury would be but a
billion dollars a year, which is less than one-eightieth of the
budget. .
And that drop, in all probability, would be more than
made up in the near future. The billion dollars thus liberated
would go into all manner of investments and purchases. The
result would be more jobs, more payrolls, more production
-and more sources of taxation for government.
The Chamber adds that tax brackets far below the top
one could be lowered without detriment to the government.
The benefits would be felt everywhere and by all of us.

"An editor knocked at the Pearly Gates,
His face was scarred aid cold;
He stood before the man of fate
For admission to the fold. *: ,


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FLIORID4 AMohie AMPFRESH WA Tug F1.SN COMMI5$rSIO


"Brother Billy 'Daniell, Well Known

Area Minister, Passes Away at Age 88

Fr6m the Gulf County Breeze his intellectual profoundity on ma.t-
At age 88, the Rev. W. A. Dau- ters Biblical, his awareness of the
iel,. retired Presbyterian minister, rush of events that would one day
and, well-know in Gulf County s catch up with him and pass him by.
dead.. With him went, a great hobil- Last Thursday, "Uncle Billy",
ity of .spirit. Although 86 years old thinker, inventor, humorist, man of
when 'he went. into final retirement, God, bowed his gray head to his
his infirmity did :nothi3n to dimin- Mas'er and let the rush of human
Ish 'his sharp wt, his ready smile, events pass 'him by. I
kas boyishly mischieveou' ,jaint, Uncle Billy's last pastorate was


at First Presbyterian Church, We-
wahltchka, from which he retired
nn Til 20 1959 On Ji7nuar 1.1


w our

LOgiDA

Fi5pE
%Ili All,


on uy U I ) ob. LI JanUUry
1959, he went to Marshall, Texas,
to live with a niece. Not too many 'The Girl Scouits, -Intermediates
.months later he went to a 'hospital and Brownies of Port St. Joe, will
for surgery in. Shreveport, La. Af- kick off Girl Scout Week, March
ter his operation, he was confined 12 through 18, with a rally-to be
in a rest home there and was nev- held on Saturday at the Recreation
er able to Jeave. He was laid to Building playground.
rest in Marshall, Texas, Saturday, Sunday, March 12 has been desig-
February 25, at 10:30 a.m. nated Girl Scout 'Sunday. All Girl
Among his survivors are: Arthur, Scouts in ;the area will wear 'their
a son, Fair Haven, 'N. J.; C. L, Dan- dress uniforms to church this Sun.
iel, a brother, New Orleans, La.; Iday.


+


and Mrs. W. K. Krauter, a niece,
Marshall, Texas; and 'his wife, Mrs.
W. A. Daniel, Tampa.
When Uncle Billy completed his
ministry in Wewahitchka in 1958,
he was 86 years old, had spe'nirt a
full and fruitful life of service to
,God and his fellowman.
Uncle Billy was dedicated to the
ministry by his parents at the 'mo-
ment of his birth, August 22, 1872,
in Venice, Ohio. He was baptized in
his father's church there.
'Educated 'at Center College, 'Dan-
ville, Kentucky, he graduated from
the theological seminary there in
19-00 and began his 58 years ,as an
active minister.
Rev. Daniel came 'to 'Florida in
1939, assuming charge of the Port
St. Joe and Wewahitchka Presby-
terian churches. Later he was as-
signed to falltime ministry of the
Wewahitchbka church.
-Though agile of mind and vigor-
ous of spirit, his falling vision and
hearing ,became handicaps too se-
vere for continued active ministry.
Even' though he retired, he declar-
ed he would preach occasionally It
opportunity called. Insofar as can
be -determined, ithe Lord decreed
that Rev. Daniel had already done
more than his full -share.
.9

Girl Scouts Plan

For Scout Week


"What have you done, St. Peter asked,
To gain admission here?
I've been an editor, air, he said,
For many and many a year.

"The pearly gates swung open wide,
St. Peter touched the bell,
Come in, he said, and choose your harp,
You've had your share of hell."
-Nebraska Signal"


(Geneva, Neb.)


"Buy American" Is No Solution
In the past few weeks many corporation heads have
told their purchasing agents to stop buying foreign goode
to help the American Dollar. We are told we must export
more to change the flow of gold. Now, how in heaven's
name can we ask the world to buy our goods and buy more
if we at the very same time tell our people, "Don't Buy
Foreign Goods". Doesn't anyone know' that we are foreign
goods in other markets?
Besides, even if it were true that buying American will
stop the flow of gold... what does "buy American" mean?
Does it mean the salesman must be American; the corpora-
tion must be American; the assembly must be American?
g(ust the manufacturer be American. .. must the siurce of
material be American? Where do we stop? Many Ameri-
can companies assemble machines with many other parts
made abroad shall we rule them out? There are many
foreign-made products sold in the USA where less than 20c
on the dollar ever goes out of the country for labor and parts.
In some cases foreign companies have invested in American
companies that were going bankrupt, thereby preventing the
unemployment of thousands, Shall we call these American
firms foreign too?
If we buy American, in a short time we will be the only
ones that will.
Good business means competition. Thus, the day has
arrived when our trade, tariff and tax policies-which have
all but destroyed our ability to compete either at home or
abroad-must be realistically overhauled.
With our hands untied, we can buy all over the world
and sell all over the world-as we have done impressively
in the past. Our problem is not to stop the flow of gold, but
to reverse it! "Buy American" is the cry of fear. "Sell
American" is the slogan of confidence that we must adopt.

OUR POPULAR PRESS-With newspaper readership'what
it is in North America it didn't seem that it could happen.
But the newspapers have done it again. Figures for 1960'
show that each day 582,823 more copies were distributed than
the year before in the U. S. and more than 100,000 more in
Canada.
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PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH

Garrison at 20th 4,
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship .1 1W00 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"


Laymen s


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THURSDAY, March 16 7:00 PM





First Baptist Church


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FEATURED


SPEAKER


James T. Karam
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
James T. Karam is a native of Lake Village, Arkansas, now
living in Little Rock. He is a laymen, operating a men's store
in the Arkansas capital. Karam received Christ in 1959 and
joined Immanuel Baptist Church of Little Rock. He is a for-
mer football coach. Karam has spoken to over 300 church-
es, the Southern Baptist Pastors' Convention in Miami
Beach and to nine different State Conventions throughout
the country.


Sponsored By Baptist Laymen Frob:

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, White City HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH

LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Port St. Joe FIRST BAPTIST CHURH, Port St. Joe


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Rev. Douglas Watterson

Pastor, First Baptist Church, Marianna
Subject:
"THE URGENCY OF SPIRITUAL REVIVAL"




Rev. Landis E. Taylor

'Pastor, First Baptist Church, Parker
Subject:
"FULL COMMITMENT TO CHRIST"




AN EVANGELISTIC SERVICE, DIRECTED BY

LAYMEN, FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY


A Nursery Will Be Provided For The

Small Children


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Throughout next week, Girl Scout
cookies will be sold. The girls
hope that everyone in the Port St.
Joe area will buy and enjoy the
cookies.
Jacksonville Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas 'Nall and
Richard and Patsy 'Nall of Jackson-
ville were week end' guests of Mr.
and Mrs. I. C. Nedley on Monu-
ment Avenue. Richard has just re-
turned from San Diego, Calif., and
will be stationed in Jacksonville
for .six months.

"ONE OF THE MEMORABLE WORKS
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THB STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl*. THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1961 Beach), Vero Beach, Williaton and
-Miller Gas Company (Miami).
SWithNeeGas fo a Seven intervenors will receive
FPC Official Agrees W ith eed natural gas under the miner
decision and ar eFernandina Beach,
Expansion In State St. Joe Included na Beach, Lake Mailand, Lake
Apopka Natural Gas District and
A Federal Power Commission examiner ruled last week st. Cloud.
that Houston Texas Gas and Oil Corporation of St. Peters- tNew ireet sale customers'are
burg, Florida,, and -Coastal Transmission Corporation of cam l company (Port St. Joe),
.ChamicalCompany (Port St. Joe),
Houston Texas, subsidiaries of The Houston Corporation, be Tennessee Corporation (East Tam-
allowed to expand their systems to provide additional ser- ,pa), Armour Fertilizer Company
vice in"Florida. (Polk 'County), Air Products, Inc.
The combined expansion 'under cost $7,275,000, would increase its (Palm Beach County), Cummer
this. authorization would cost an es- maximum day capacity by 98,494,- Lime 'and Manufacturing Corpora-
timated $23,401,000. The two corn- 000 cubic feet 'daily. The company tion (Ocala area), General Portland
panies own and operate natural gas would build about 71 miles of sup- Cement (Miami area), United Clay
,pipeline' systems, which together ply laterals and 12,500 additional Mines Corporation (Marion Coun,
extend. from southwestern Texas compressor horsepower on its sys- ty), Florida Hydrocarbons Com-
to southern Florida. tern. pany (near Brooker), and Vero
The decision by Examiner Howell The 14' new resale customers Beach. o, .
Purdue will become a finalCommis- which Houston Texas proposed and An existing customer to receive


sion Order if no exceptions -or re-
view are initiated within 3') days.
It authorizes Houston Telas to
build $16,126,000 in new facilities
to increase its maximum day 'deliv-
eries to 371 million cubic feet, an
Increase of 93 million cubic feet of
natural gas daily. The construction
includes approximately 235 miles
of sales lateral lines and -an addi-
tional 30.00) horsepower in, com-
pressor capacity.
.Coaital's project,. estimated. to


was authorized to serve are Brev-
ard County Gas District, City Gas
Company (Cutler Ridge, Hialeah,
Lake Forest, Opa-Locka and West
Miami), Crescent City, Fort Meade,
Gulf Coast Natural Gas Company
(eight communities. in. the IGulf
Beach area west of ,St. Petersburg),
Dade City Natural Gas Company,
Pompano Natural Gas Company, St.
Joe Natural Gas -dCmpany (Port
St. Joe), Tarpon Springs, Jay, The
Houston Corporation (D a yt ona


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Homestead, Kissimmee, Orlando
and Vero Beach will use the gas
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


USE

OUR

LAY

AWAY


THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1981


Florida Living Synonymous to Outdoor

Living; Plants Improve Home Beauty


By HERVEY 8HARPE
Fla. Agricultural Ext. Service
Landscaping was once a simple
operation.
Settlers chose a spot witl built-
la features, including a sunny
slope, shade trees and native
native shrubs. They accentuated
their spacious domain with pick-


etr and whitewash.
Today, homeowners are lured in-
to tree-less fields by streamers and
fancy entrances. Homes are cramp-
ed on miniature lots. Owners are
hard pushed to find hiding I.laces
for the garbage -pall, thb trash
-burner or 'the tender-dented jalopy
-that isn't good enough for the front


drive.
Whether country, city estate or
subdivision. Florida living is syno-
nymous with outdoor living. The
outdoor living room is often the
front yard, the outside kitchen is
the grill in the back yard and the
work room in the house compares
with the utility area of the yard.
Landscaping adds to the enjoy-
ment of these outdoor living areas,
according to Dr. J. N. Joiner, Uni-
versity of Florida ornamental hor-
'ticulture professor.
Plants improve the .beauty of
the home, increase -the usefulness
of the yard' and enhance the value
of the property. Also, a good land-
scape plan provides some foor for
the family table.
Make Drawings
Landscape projects don't happen
-they must be planned. The plan
need not be elaborate. All you need
is a scale drawing of the building,
trees and other features of the lot.
Graph or tracing paper will do
fine for the initial "art work".
Once the features are recorded,
the real Job of landscaping begins.
The first things to remember is


that a landscape project is person-
alized or custom-built for every
family.
Study 'the habits of the family
'before planting even a single blade
of grass. A few families use the
front door, many enter t he house
via the carport and the rest drive
around dto the back so the neigh-
bors won't see the latest purchases.
Besides landscaping for conven-
ience of assorted sizes of cars and
motorbike, it's a good idea to con-
sider a walk for formal visitors
who might accidnetally park in the
street.
Before setting plants, remember
that just as the 'house isa divided in-
to rooms, the yard should be divid-
ed into areas. These are front or
public, service or utility and back
or private.
Design the front area only large
enough to give the house the pr--
per setting. The size of the lot and
,'he house are the limiting factors.
Front Yard
For better looks make the front
yard wider than it is deep. but in
harmony with other properties. le-
ware of curbing walks. l'.'s easier


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THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
-- WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:415 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:0 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:20 PAW.
EVANGEhISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (WednesdayJ

Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


SHOE REPAIR
Specialists

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The Tattler


to work with plants alongside
straight walks and likewise It's
easier to mow the adjacent lawn.
Allow enough space in the utility
area for a carport for the jalopy,
and the ,boat, and trailer. Tool shed,
clothes lines and garbage cans may
be located here.
The back yard is for family rec-
reation, relaxation and entertain-
ment. Make it as large as possible.
The first law of landscaping is
simplicity. Follow this "law" and
the yard won't look cluttered. Also,
the yard will be easier to maintain.
In selecting and spacing plants.
remember to consider relative size
of mature plants witu the size of
the area and the size of the build-
ings.
Landscaping is a job that's inter-
eating and a lot of fun for the en-
tire family. Give it a try.

NEWS FROM


By BETTY CREAMER

Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Smith of Nice-
ville visited Sunday with his sister,
Mrs J. I. Laurimore and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,E. Patterson and
daughter spent the week end In
Westville with friends and rela-
Friends of J. V. Cannington will
regret to learn he is a patient in
the Municipal Hospital this week.
We wish for him a speedy -recovery.
Rev. and 'Mrs. H. A. Miles, San-
dra and Kathy-Smith and Mr. 'and
Mrs. Wright Miles of Southport
spent Monday with the W. C. Miles
family. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Miles
remained for a longer visit with
his son and family.
J. .: Hewett and Clinton Peter-
son and son Ray apeat Sunday in
Blountetown with Coleman Bulgar
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Whitaker and
sons Kenneth and Wendell of Boni-
fay and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell
and daughter of Parker and A. J.'
Payne of Wewahitchika visited Mrs.
Mae Creamer and family during the
week end.
Friends of Don Johnson gladly
welcome he and his wife as new
neighbors in our community.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davis of Car-
rabelle visited Saturday with W.
3. Holland and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Grace of
Panama City visited Friday with
her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. J. V. Oan-
nington.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griffin of Pen-
sacola visited 'the C. A. Griffitas on
Sunday and also in Blountatown
with his father, Arthur Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daughtry o(f
Tallahassee spent the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
V. Cannington.
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NEWS FROM

Mexico Beach
By Mrs. Betty MiUeler
Phone 6484-206

The Women's -.Society of Chris-
tian Service of Mexico Beach Is
holding a weekly bazaar each Sat-
urday from 10 a.m. to 12 moon, till
Easter, to raise funds for the Me-
thodist Church of Mexico Beach.
Donated pies and cakes and var-
ious other items and' article, are
offered for sale each Saturday
morning at *the shopping center
through the courtesy of Mrs. W. 0.
Cathey, Sr.

At the regular monthly meeting
of the WSCS held Wednesday eve-
ning was a shower given .to Mrs.
Joan Oakly, wife of Sergeant Carol
Oakly, in celebration of the recent



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BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL 7-4281 1
223 REID AVE. PORT ST. aJO, FL.A.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner YLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMT STEPHENS
LETTIE GODWIN --........-............................. Lingerie and Hosiery
GLADYS GILL ....................... Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-wear
GUJY N. MIDDLETON M. Men's and Boys' Wear and Show
OGERALD THOMAS Malitenance and Stock Man

WORDS TO LIVE BY: "Develop an awareness of the -
infinite possibilities in each moment". (A sentence from
essays on the Art of Living by Wilfred A. Peterson)

See Page 3 for Announcement of

Three Day Bargain Circus At Boyles!
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Dear 'Friends:
We had this week's Tattler all
fixed in our mind several days ago
. failed to put it down ow
it' past midnight ,before press day
and here we :slt all. buminzzled.
(When you-think of a taser t do
better do it then, or make a note!)
Yes, in a jam and able to see but
one way out; namley: Re'ate a few
uncomfortable discove.-ies about*
me after taking a personal sort of
inventory withthe ca.pahb. uel:n of
my wife. We'll roll it out raw aynd
recklessly !below. .
I talk too much and listen too lit-
tle. I raise my voice too loud and
too often. I have a nur-rah ,and an-
dur-rah impediment in my speech.
I am inclined -to be impulsive, de-
manding and impatient, somewhla:
dogmatic on some subjects. I am
too smart and cocky 'when feeling
good, -and too depressed and sorry
for myself when feeling badly. I
am too much of a "Lake it for grant-
ed" husband, and "you can have it
. just don't bother me, father '.
I am still immature in many ways
after living more -than half a cen-
tury. I waste time and energy in
efforts to ,be popular. I spend too
nuch tlme and thought on the tem-
porary and materialistic things of
life too little on the permanent
and eternal. I have the earmarks
of a spendthrift. I think too mucn
about myself and too little about
others. I have been remorseful,
maybe bitter at times for having
not attained goals set for myself
and family. I am too quick to criti-
cize and too slow to see .the good
in others. I am inclined 'to go to
sleep when listening to long pray-
ers in public. I snore too much and
too loud. I 'spill gravy on my ties
and make too much -noise (with


china clippers) when eating! Now,
this is as far as we go this time..
there's still many paragraphs to
travel on 'this arresting journey .
a realistic soul 'searching and sur-
vey of self Strangely, there's
a feeling of relief that comes in the
course of this startlLng adventure.
I am toying with the idea of seeing
it throughh even though it may take
a lifetime. Wanta go along?
Briefly, let's take a look on the
lighter side of life. In the mall .
A Moon Visa from W.,'E. Perkins,
Lynchburg, Va. (on display at
Boyles) ... An interesting week
end visitor: 'traveling man Ted
Yeatts, Ocala, Fla. (We chopped
counters together in Bluefield, W.
Va. 3-0 short years ago!) ... A
Fishing trip (don't ask what d4y!)
with the family plus Ted*. loot
. two high water stuffed butter
catfish! A .note from brother Joe,
(Fineries for ladies) Winston-Sa-
lem, N. C. reporting largest Fe'bru-'
ary increase ever (.over 30% .
our face 'is red) .. A similar note
from brother Ralph, Mt. Airy, N. C.
(Shoes.) with an opposite report
. slightly gripey.
We'll not mention, bills, bills,
bills tbut stop with the follow-
ing sentence appearing today on
Boyles tore blackboard:' "If you
do not do good job for the cus-
tomer, he'll get someone who can.
His word is final". Yes, that goes
for 'Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public,
U. S. A. .- S'long. -RGB
P.S. Each monday Morning thru
Saturday, 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. Radio
Joe reports on Winning Salestlck-
et Number direct from Boyles .
It's good money to make several,
dollars in a minute or so! Did you
hear? '


arrival of a new baby for the cou- day, where she is recovering from
Ple. a severe internal infection.
,@* ---
Mrs. Betty Missler of Mexico BOOST PORT ST. JOEl
Beach was taken to the Municipal _1
Hospital in Port St. Joe last Fri- Want Ads Get Res.ats

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 WOeSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) __ 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue-and 16th Street
Air Gonditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



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



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Minutes of th
County Commis
WEWAHITCHKA, FL
-February 28, 190
The Board of County
sioners of Gulf County, F
this date in regular se
the following members
E. C. Harden, Sr., Chal
Kennedy, A. J. Strick
Deputy Clerk, Sheriff,
Engineer, Road SuperLnte
Civil Defense Director
. present.
The meeting came to
6:30 p.m.
Jessie Hallmala and


from. Oak .Grovea.mem befoe -the I'He STAR; Port St, Jofl. lTHURSDA
1 Board to discuss and ask 'help from
Sthe Board to cover or do something
About an open ditch about 10 feet WHY GA T fCU RDCu
I deep that is washing in bad and WH G I lUlH?
i 'causing a hazard.
Commissioner Harden and Com-
missioner Strickland made sugges- By DICK LAMBERSON No preacne
tions and also authorized Comm. lonely ho
Leo Kennedy and Max Kilbourn, One day the telephone rang in No prayers
County Engineer to look the alua- the clergyman's office of the Wash- No pray
tion over and make recommenda- No moral
tons In order to take the problem ington church which President
up with the State Road Department Franklin, Roosevelt attended. An No Christi.
at their next meeting as the ditch eager voice inquired, "Do you No Chrst
is controlled by the State. pect'"the President to be in chur.-h No love fo
.Mr. Sidwell, Civil Dfeense Direct-
or camebefore bhe Board and asked Sunday?" "That", answered the If for .no ot
for more funds to purchase some clergyman, "I cannot promise. But should attend
equipment and to operate the CLyll we expect God to be there and we of love for (
San Defense program on for .balance of fancy that should be incentive It is but lit.l
'nw ad this year.
armacutl. Commissioner Strickland made a enough for a reasonably larg eat- He did for u
motion that the Board authorize the tendance."
e at a Civil .Defnes eDirector to .purchase What .attraction does church hold I :
and put into operation, equipment
not to exceed $3,000.00. Motion was for you? Do you find that you need lod
Sand in seconded by Commissioner Kenne- the strength that comes from wor-
UiS coin. dy and carried. ship and fellowship with other K Doit
Attorney David Gaskin read a Christians? Do you attend because '
ard your letter as a .binding Commitment
for San Bias Country Club, to guar- others .may 'be watching you and Much
antee satisfactory right-of- way you dare not set an example which ,
easement necessary -for construc- will keep them from church? Or
tion of a road from State Road No. perhaps you have not-realiUed that ,Florida.Po
30 to the location of Club house.
0 The Board -then authorized the God's Word commands His children annual report
Service County .Road Superintendent to be- to "assemble 'together" (Heb. to stockholder
gin work on the road as soon as 1o:25).' another year
Store the survey Is completed. Of course, if you and-I quit going according to
There being no farther business
Ve. to come before the Board It did to church, there would soon-be no manager of it
lorida then adjourn, churches. And, with no churches, The utility'
ATTEST: there would be: growth of th
George Y. Core H. C. Harden, Sr. No church fellowship! in 'the fact th
SClrk cba'rman No Sunday schools! tion budget v
sion No prayer meetings! increase of
No Christian homes! construction,
LORIDA No "salt of the earth"! Main items
61 No "light of the world"! the completion
y Commis- ( J No gospel preached o lo sintion to one of
loer, met mners! transmission
present: No missionaries sent -to foreign to further im,]
rman, Leo fields! -out FPC's te
land. The No "body of Christ" in the world-! termined to k
Attorney, No rapture and wedding day of er needs of
were also d the church to look for! *the future as
,T H E S T A R No training courses for the youth past," Porter
order at THE STAR of the land! During the
delegation No family altars!


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a compared with what
Is.

Power

s Year of

Growth

wer Corporation's 1960
t which was released
era this week reports
of outs.andlug growth,
R. G. Porter, local
ie utility.
's faith in the future
is area was revealed
hat the 1961 construc-
tll be $40 million, an
83% over last year's
Porter said.
oft construction are
n of a 125,000 .kw addir.
ithe power plants and
lines, and substations
prove service through-
rritory. "We are de-
eep ahead of the" pbw-
the area we serve in
we always have in the
said.
past 10 years, FPC


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AY, MARCH.0, 1961 cUstomers increased 181% to 28,- '
522, the report said. Othe rO-year -0CIal eCUnty
ncraeses wereinvestment in elec-1 (Contued Fom Page
tric plants, up 334% to $308,575,-
495; generating capability, up 332% these reports are mandate
to SOS,4U0 kw; system peak'load tup not optionall. The earnings
rs to v. the sad and 186% to 756,000; and average in- household worker who wa
inaes! naal kilowatt-hour use ,by residen- as much as $50 cash wages
s for sinners! tial customers, up 115% ;to 4,488:.
training for boys and Operating revenues for 1960 were
$68,155,906, and the utility paid out .
an colleges! $16,591,2314 iin federal, state and E.- A *-
r the lost sinner! .local taxes. NEED A PLU
her reason, Christians Earnings available for common
church regularly out stock last year were $11,925,854 or : CALL E
Chris and His work. $1.?30 per share as compared with Plumbing install


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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Gorner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. 6. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 aJ
-TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 pm.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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employer during January, Iebru-
ary, March, or during .any prior
5) quarter, must be reported.
Por additional information, write
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of any curity district office at 1136 Harrl-
as paid son Avenue,. Panama City.
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$1.14 in 1959 on the same 'number
of shares outstanding. Dividends
on the common stock were increas-
ed don December 20 from 80c .per
share on an annual b-asis to 88c per
share the report said.

Vet Service Officer to
Visit Here Next Week
Veterans of Gulf County who
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 vet-
erans or their dependents In filing
claims for Compensation Benefits
or solving their insurance problems.
This free service includes .assist-
ance to employers of veterans un-
der the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems;
fEiring his yisi't in 'this area
Went ,may b6 contacted i:,at the
City Hall In- Port St. Joe ,between
,the hours of 8:00 -and 9:00 a.m.
Friday, March 17.


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PHONE BAII 7.8881








THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1961


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

FOR RENT: 3 unitrnished house because of dangerous driveway.
at St. Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom $65 a month. Call 7.7396. Mrs. B. C.
and 2 2-bedroom. See L W. DurE.iGanllard, 1009 M n. AT*.
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfo-8-12)FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom
r house, unfurnished, at 910 Wood-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or ward ATe. $45 mo. Available by
apartments .Frnished or ,,uni,. March 10. Call BAll 7-3661. tfc3-2


wished. Call 7-3821 days or 9-1481
at night. Mrs. Shirey. tfc-10-4
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Poone 7-5771. tfc-12-29
VERY LOW winter rates on two
and three bedroom taurnished hou-
set at St. Joe Beach. J. D. Clark,
phone 7-7771. tfc-12-22
FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs
apartment.L Adults only. Phone
7J;ll. Mrs. Charles Brown. tic
FOR RENT: Two houses on Long
Avenue facing Elementary school.
Phone 7-5471, Mrs. Nora Duren. tic
FOR RENT: Small hursished house
1 .bedroom at 1317% Long Ave.
Call Mrs. C. W. Long at 7-3974. *.f


FOR RENT: Available March 10, 1
furnished bedroom and private
bath. Stella Farris, 528 corner 6 h
St. and Woodward Ave. Phone
9S-2636. Day worker preferred. 2tp
FOR SALE
Three bedroom house with oak
floors, breezeway. garage, ceramic
.ile bath on 90 x 165 ft. lot. Price
only $10,700. Buy equity for $3,300.
and assume mortgage for balance
with interest at 4%. No closing
cost, no discount.
A large), three bedroom house
with family room and living room,
1L,6 baths, central heat, air condi-
tioned. Will sell for $17,000. We can
assist you in financing.
FRANK & DOT'S AGENCY
Registered Roal Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. 2t BAII 7.3491


FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur- FOR SALE: 6 lots in Beaty Subdi-
ulshed apartment with garage, vision in White City.Inquire at
Adults only. 1206 'Palm. Call 7-7431 Union Finance Co. tfc-3-2
after 5:(Ju p.m. 2tp
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom stucco
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnshb- home Centrally heated and air
ed house, 503 Third St. Sam Neel, conditioned. Complete with kitchen
Phone 7-5902. ItO and laundry equipment. 901 Garri-
son Avenue. Ph. 7-4491. tfc-1-19
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call BAil 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far- FOR SALE: Community Grocery &
mer. .*fc-2-16 Market in Oak Grove. See Her-
FOR-_. man Stripling. 4tp-3-2
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house on
6th St. Phone 7-7511. tfc.2-23 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on
corner lot. Hardwood floors, in-
FOR RENT: Garage apartmrnen, sulated. $8,800. Can obtain FHA fl-
Furnished. 2 bedrooms, 10)15 Mon. dancing. 302 16bh St. Call Pridgeon
Avb. Small chlJdren not preferred Insurance Agency to see house. tfc


OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY of GOD
CHRISTIAN CADETS
(Reaching boys and girls for Christ)

You Are Invited to Hear the

CHRISTIAN CADET CHOIR
PORT ST. JOE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SUNDAY, MARCH 12 3:00 P.M.
53 TROPHIES WILL BE AWARDED
The Presentation will be made by
W. P. COMFORTER
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
Come and see the Christian Cadets in action. Support


your local boys and girls


GET

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


ENJOY A NEW HOME
10% Down-$75 Month
This modern 2 bedroom, 1% bath
home, handy to beach, offers many
custom built extras you will really
appreciate. Full .price only $9,875,
will consider your vacant lot as
part payment. See pink house on
Rachel Drive In Mexico Beach.
Owner next door. Phone 648-3205.
WANTED; Sewing, dresses, cur-
tains, bedspreads, made to your
order. Mrs. J. B. Ward, 1305 Wood-
ward Ave. 4tc-3-2
FOR SALE: 7-roo-n house at 5,i6
First St. $4500. Call 7-4816 after
4:30 p.m. Itc
FOR SALE: Nice cafe, recondit',..
ed Inside and out. Good loucal;on
at Mexic3 Beach. Will nut turn
do' I auy reasonable offe:.. OvLer
wi'I finance two-'hirds of ~ae-. Iea
s.-n for selling, overseas duty. Con
tac- M. M. Johnson at 209 lolA lt.
Plh(,nu 7-4901. l '.p
IFOR SEWING: ;See Mrs. George
Itafford, 107 Jackrson St. Oak
Grove. Reasonable prices, 1=-
FOR SALE: t new VA houses on
Cypress Ave. Nearly completed.
No down payment Just closing
costs for qualified veteran. PRID-
OEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741. 301
S*illiams Avenue.
MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann-
ing to move across -own or
across country? Call us for free es-
timates Representatives for May-
flower, experienced and quaTified.
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
Mon. Ave.. Phone 7-4051.
COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING SER-
VICE for small businesses. S-?
Alden Farris, 528 6th SL or phone
BAl 9-2636. 4,p-2-23


RUBBER STAMPS
Mad,, daily. Also water-Apippied
decals. Southern Debal Co., Box
742 Springfield Station, Panama
Cly, Phone PO 3-1647.
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
t'ick expert service. te
saving money see us for anything
you need In your omine. STOP and
SWAP 3HOP.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMEIRICAN LEGION, Meet-
Ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8;00 p.m. American Legion
Home.


INTO YOUR

CAR


Spring Service Special

In the Spring, a SMART man's fancy should turn to thoughts of his car.
Whether your car is new or old, this is the time of year when it will require, and
should get, a little special care. It really is the most important service period of
the year.

The winter kinks, grime and sludge need to be removed. It should be done by ex-
perts who know your car.

You will want to enjoy Spring driving. You'll want smoothness, power and safety.
Let us prepare your car for warm weather driving with the "SPRING SERVICE
SPECIAL" listed below. Come in early, before the seasonal rush starts.

How about today?


Cooling System
( ) Drain anti-freeze
( ) Flush cooling system
( ) Add rust inhibitor
( ) Check hose connections
( ) Inspect faan belt and adjust
( ) Check water pump
( ) Check gaskets?

Spring Engine Tune-Up
( ). Check compression
( ) Clean, adjust spark plug&
replace if necessary.
( ) Cheek distributor points,
replace if necessary
( ) Check condenser
( ) Clean carburetor bowl
and strainers
) Adjust carburetor
( ) Tune motor scientifically


6 CYL
CARS
WITH THIS ADVERTISEMENT


PHONE 7-3737


Spring Lubrication
( ) Change to summer oil
( ) Check shock absorbers
( ) Clean or replace air filter
( ) Check oil filter-replace
element if necessary
( ) Check labe in transmission,
fill to proper level
( ) Check lube In differential,
fill to proper level
( ) Lubricate entire chassis
Electrical System
(.) Check starter
( ) 'Lubricate generator
( ) Check battery, add.water
( ) Clean terminals
( ) Clean generator


Steering & Brakes
) Inspcet steering mechanism
) Inspect brake lining and
report
) Check brake fluid,
refill if necessary
) Examine and repack
front wheel bearings
) Adjust brakes


Safety Check
) Check all tires and report
) Check headlights
) ,Inspect windshield wipers
) Check wheel alignment
) Test horn


8 C 2095
WITH THIS ADVERTISEMENT


322 MONUMENT AVE.


FOR SALE: at St. Joe Beach. 5
room brick house with hardwood
floors. Glassed in sun porch and
carport. 6 mos. old on two lots. Pay
small equity and take VA loan. Call
648-4A45. 2tp-tfc-3-2
FOR SALE: Three bedroom insulat-
ed home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 10)0'
x 1W0' lot, garbage disposal, TV an-
tenna, all blinds, living room drapes
included. Equity reduced. Immer.
tate possession,-call BARU 7-2311.
LURE GUARANTEED TO CATCH
FISH or it will cost you nothing.
VVIlF FISHING LURE available
only at Firestone Store, 232 Reid
Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla.


REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City Registration books will
open at 9:00 A.M., V\'ednesda,.
March 15, 1961 at the office of the
City CI':rk at the Citl Hall. Those
wishing to register a voters for the
Municipal Election primary to be
held on April 4, 1961 may register
between the hours of 9: 00 A.M. and
12:00 Noon, and, from 1:00 P.M. to
5:00f P.M. Monday through Friday
and from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon
on Saturday, beginning March 15,
and continuing through 12:00 Noon,
Saturday, March 25, 1961. At which
time the registration books will
close. All persons who have regis-
tered as electors in the City of Port
St. Joe since February 4, 1959 are
nt, required to re-register. Citizens
of the United States for the past
year and who have ,been residents
of the City of Port St. Joe for six
months and who are twenty-one
years of age are eligible for regis-
troaion.
R. W. HENDERSON 3t
City Auditor and Clerk 3-2
NOTICE OF REGULAR
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
No:ice i; hereut, given that the
First Prinmary or Li. ulfin of two
(2) Cit) Conimimsso-re. Oie ill in
Group Three and uie i. .1 in Group
Four will be held at the City Hall
Fire Station. in the Ciy of Port St.
Joe, Florida on ruesda,y. April 4,
1961.
The polls will open at S: O.f ,/clock
A.M. and close at 7:00 o'clock P.M.,
Ea! tern Standard Time,
hen there are are ore thtt two
candidates for any dine siie nid
neither shall receive .a a1jijriLy or
the total -votes cast tor ,icr offic -.
then aino,,t:-r ;lectio- r, .hall ,., heied
onL aweek from the datL ,)( lie first
eleL.iion, or April 11, 1961. .at 'Lhicn
tim. the two candidates re..-iiug I
the largest number of votes in thi
formn-r election shall ibe voted on
a,= ain.
R. W. HENDERSON 3t
City Auditor & Clerk 3-9
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NOTICE
Noti.e. is hereby, given that it
wIl bi, I:, intention to apply *to the
19'1 'r.'.ion of the Florida Legis-
lature for the passage of a Special
Act providing annual silppliu-rnal
pay for the Circuit Judge resident
in Gulf County, Florida, said an-
nual supplemental .pay shall be in
addition to the -salary paid by the
State of Florida and to be paid out
of the general revenue fund of Gulf
County, Florida and shall be paid
in equal monthly installments.
This 9 day of March, 1961. 4t
MRS. OLA ['ENTiON
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given of my in-
tention to a-ip-y to the 1961 Session
of the Florida Legislature for the
passage of a Special Act providing
an annual supplemental pay for
each of the Circuit Judges of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of
Florida. Said annual supplemental
pay to be in addition rto the salary
provided by the State of Florida
and shall be paid out of the general
revenue fund of Bay, Calhoun, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson and Washington
Counties, in the proportion that the
population of each of said counties
bears to the total population .of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, accord-
ing -to the latest official state-wide
census, which said annual supple-
mental salary shall be paid in
equal monthly installments.
This 9th day of Mar,.;h. 1'31. 4t
MRS. OLA DENTON






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Monday thru Friday
9:05 A.M.
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CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Investments With
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THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first anu
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
AMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m In American
region Hal. All members urged io
attend.
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
,St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2ad and 4th Mondays. All visit-
Ing brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary


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-.Sharks Win First Round In District

Tournament; Defeated by Marianna

The Port St. Joe Sharks were Wilder 0 1 1 Frank
eliminated from the tournament on Williams 1 1 3 I Rogers
Thursday night by the Marianna Boyer 0 1 1j Brown
Bulldogs, seeded fourth in the con-
.test. Marianna was one of three Score by quarters:
- teams that had beaten the Sharks Port St. Joe .......---- 2 3 4
during the regular season. The Marianna --.---..........------...... 4 5 1
Bulldogs topped the Sharks with a
score of 38-20. The Port St. Joe Sharks w
Bob Munn was high for the local to the District I, Class A
cagers with nine points. meant in Pensacola last we<
definite underdogs but d(
Marianna exploded for 28 points definite underdogs but d
in the final period after a slow- big Crestview before they
moving game to win the contest. put out of actiCon.
The Sharks met Crestview
Sharks fg ft 'tp I Bulldogs fg ft tp nesday afternoon at 5:30 p.]
Evans 3 0 6 Woodlief 4 7 15 defeated them 49-46 'behind t
Gardner 0 0 0 S'phenson 1 2 4 hot shooting of Bob Munn.
Munn 3 3 9 Ap'white 1 1 3 racked up 19 points for the


The Sharks were .alhe
end- Lo.every.. period. "x
third in which Chestvie
one-point lead.
Other Sharks coring
game were Jimmy Wilde
1 5 7 Evans, S; Don Gardner, 5
2 5 9illams. 0; Albert Ray, 8
f0 f0 n...-.. 9 ,... Tr..1 0 f


11-20
28-38

went in-
tourna-
ek end
defeated
were

w Wed-
m. and
the reil
Munn
Sharks


Juj oyer, and Jo tin itay,
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe ......--- 6 15
Crestview ..------.. 8 11

Visits Grandparen
Henry Dockery spent
*end visiting his grandpa
and Mrs. C. B. Cook in Ca
-----------
Visitors from Ja
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkie
lly of Jacksonville spent
end visiting friends in Por
The Wilkies are former
of Port St. Joe.


ad at the om Bi6lnam % ieulcr ase ia Florida. "The THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
except the To B Igu nm Spooks expansion of the population spurs -
w had a To Kiwanis Club Meet in e nong s Pentecosta Church

in the W a "Think big and 'be ,big", .the
r, 7; Joe speaker advised. "Put spGPper',
; Bo Wil- spoke to the Kiwanis Club Tuesday 'enthusiasm' ,and 'perseverance' in- o
3; George afternoon urging them to look on to your attitude. Man is limited to
0. the brighter side and think posi- an hourly wave only from the ears Ed Woods, chairman of the Pen-
tively. down. From the ears up, his capa- 'tecost'al Holiness Church bond com-
16 12-49 Bingham used as his 'theme, abilities are unlimited". mittee told The Star this week that
16 12-4 'Smile BIG-Business Is Good". He Guest of the club was Glenn Gri- 'bonds left for sale in the church
19 8-46 declared that the attitude had as ner. bond issue will pay the purchaser
much as anything to do with the -- six percent interest from January
ts success or failure of a person in 1. 1961 if purchased now. Woods
last week business. iLong Avenue WMU said a few of the boads still remain
rents, Mr. y to he sold and can be bought to
arrabelle. Bingham told the Club to look Enjoys Supper mature any time within a 15 year
- for a rosy future, especially during period. Interest is paid semi-an-
x the next ten years. He said that A covered dish supper was en- nually by the Wewahitchka State
and famr- population predictions show that joyed by the Woman's Missionary Bank.
last week the U. S. as a whole will have .a Union of the Long Avenue Baptist The bonds are for sale to the
rt St. Joe. 20% increase in population during Church when 'they met Tuesday,
residents the next 10 years. He said that February 28 for a mission study on general public. For information
all indications point to a whopping the book, "The Dreamer Com.eth". concerning the bonds call 7-5161 or
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Long Avenue Baptist
Circle Meetings

Circle No. 1 of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met in the home of
Mrs. J. C.'Odum witi seven mem-
bers .present. The program, "Wt-
ness Where We Are" was given by
Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, Mrs. Cliff Rob-
bins, Mrs. George Cooper, Mirs. Du-
rel Brigman, Mrs. W. D. Sykes,
Mrs. Ralph Ward and Mrs. J. C. Od-
urn. The April meeting will meet
with Mrs. Cliff Robbins at 1017
Marvin Avenue.
.:. .:.
Circle No. 2 met Tuesday morn-
ing in ithe home of Mrs. H. F. Ford
with seven members present. Cir-
cle chairman Mrs. Bill Porter pre-
sided over the business session. All
reports were given. Mrs. Ruth Brax-
ton had charge of the program,
"Witness Where We Are" with all


members taking .part.

Circle No. Four met in the home
of Mrs. Wesley R, Ramsey on Mar-
vin Avenue. The eight members
present participated in the program
Entitled, "Witness Where We Are".
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
Lenora Conger in April.
*:. (*
Circle No. 5 met in the home of
Mrs. Gene Fowler. The meeting
was opened :by the chairman, Mrs.
N. G. Martin and the program,
"Witness Where We Are" was pre-I
sented. Those present were Mrs.
N.. G. Martin, Mrs. Gene Fowler,
Mrs. Joe McLeod, Mrs. J. D. Clark,
Mrs. Caw'thon Williams and avisi-
tor, Mrs. Mary Barham. A business
meeting was held and committee
'chairmen gave their monthly re-
p o r ts. Afterward, refreshments
were served by the hostess and a
social hour was enjoyed.
.:..:..:.
Circle No. 6 met Monday night
at the home of Mrs. Charles Mar-
shall on Long Avenue. An in'teres-t-
nlug program was enjoyed by 11
regular members and two visitors.
Refreshments were served to Mrs.
Daryal Strickland, Mrs. Charles
Marshall, Mrs. B. A. Collier, Mrs.
John Bergin, Mrs. Tony Peterman,
Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs. Danny
Maddox, Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Mrs.
Clyde White, Mrs. Joe Fortner,
Mrs. Roy Hellen, Mrs.. W.iyne Gay
and Mrs. Steve Tarantino.

Eta Upsilon Hold
Spring Rush Party
: Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi held their Spring Rush
party Monday, February 27 at 8:00
p.m. at the Recreation Center with
the theme being "Bad Taste" with
the girls being dressed in their bad
taste costume. The group played
get-acquainted games.
A skit presented 'by several Beta
Sigma Phi members explained Be-
ta Sigma Phi to 'the rushees.
Refreshments of sandwiches and
cakes were served along with the
"bad taste" theme.
Rushees attending were Mrs.
Earl McCormick, Mrs. Wayne Gay,
Mrs. Jack Hammock, Mrs. Jack
Mahon, Mrs. Sidney Anchors, Mrs.
'R. H. Ellzey, Mrs. John Howard,
SMrs. John Slajer, Mrs. Roy Mad-
'dox and Mrs. Pasco Gibson.
Members attending were: Mrs.
Courtney Martin, Mrs. Ralph Ward,
Mrs, Braxton Ward, Mrs. Harrison
Hall, Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. Edwin
Peters, Mrs. Edwin McGill, Mrs.
Walter Brown, Mrs. Gordon Farris,
Mrs. Bill Merchant, Mrs. Harry
Murphy, Mrs. David Jones and
Mrs. William Wager, chapter spon-
sor.
A most delightful evening was
enjoyed by all.

In loving memory of
MEL
Dr. Mary Ellen Lowry
who was loved by all who knew her
because of the joy and happiness
she -brought into their lives.
Died March 3, 1961
Bessemer, Alabama


THURSDAY, MARCH 9, -1981


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


First Methodist

WSCS Meets

The WSCS of the First Metho-
dist Church met at the church on
March 7 at 3:00 p.m. Mrs. W. D.
Jones presided over the business
meeting. Mrs. Jones reported that
the average attendance in the
home meeting has increased 15 in
number. Mrs. Jones also gave an
account of the yearly report given
at the Annual Conference on March
6. She pointed out that it was ex-
tensive in that the men of the
church would see that the ladies
have varied activities other than
suppers once a month.
The WSCS Annual Conference
will be held in Warrington, Ala., on
March 21 through 23. Mrs. Lindsey
Temple will 'be the delegate.
Mrs. Janet King gave the devo-
tional on "What Is Freedom?" Ob-
jectve and subjective freedom.
Mrs. Roy Gibson gave the program
on the Lenten season.
It was an inspiring program on
positive do's rather than don't for
the 40 days of Lent. It was also-a
Thanksgiving ,program for our re-
tired missionaries who, 'because of
time, have given up carrying the
word and service to all walks of
life.
The Methodist Church and the
WSC.S offer to 'the citizen who has
no church home fellowship within
its doors and a challenging oppor-
tunity to serve.


Gulf Reports One
Fire Since January

J. H. Pope, Florida Forestry Ser-
vice Dispatcher reported this week
that only one forest fire has oc-
curred in Gulf County since Jan-
uary burning two'.enths of an acre.
There have ;been no fires during
the past week.
During the same period last
year, Pope reports there were six
fires burning 54.5 acres.

Highland View Scout
Troop Has Meeting

The Boy Scouts of Highland View
I met Tuesday night at the Highland
View Men's Clubhouse.
Scoutmaster Grover Holland ex-
plained the requirements' for Ten-
derfood. The Scouts were divided
into three patrols, temporary pat-
rol leaders were appointed.
The Scouts will meet March 9
at 8:00 p.m. Regular weekly meet-
ings will be on Thursday of each
week.

To Enter Hospital
Mrs. Clifford Tharpe, Linda and
Clifford, Jr., will go to Jackson-
ville Tuesday of next week where
Clifford, Jr., will eater SW.. Vincent
Hospital for surgery on Wednesday
morning.

Returns Home
Mayor J. 1L. Sharit returned
home yesterday after spending aev-
eral days in the Emory University
Hospital in Atlanta undergoing
treatments.


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