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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 16, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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THE STAR


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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apclachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1961 PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA NUMBER 25


Beach Vetoes



Incorporation


Bid Made to Incorporate Mexico Beach


A special committee of five
persons recently appointed to
" look into the various aspects of
Incorporation for .the Mexico
Beach community turned in their
report and opinions Tuesday eve-
ning at a large gathering of busi-
ness men and interested property
owners. The pros and cons of the
question were outlined and the
consensus of opinion of the ma-
jority present was that incorpora-
tion was premature at this time.
After a period of questions and
answers by many attending a mo-
tion. was made for a secret vote
to be cast to see if incorporation
should be pursued. Out of 43


votes cast, 35 were against, sev-
en for and one undecided.
It was felt that incorporation
should wait until the community
had grown some more and that
another year or two would pro-
vide a more appropriate time to
consider this step.
Members of the special com-
mittee were: Richard Fortner,
A. J. Renner, Sam Harmon, Johh
Stokes, and Mrs. Winnie Buck-
loh.
George Holland, president of
the Mexico Beach Business As-
sociation, presided over the meet-
ing.


Hudson Home Burns

In Oak Grove Saturday

The Port St. Joe Volunteer De-
paaitment was alerted at 2:45 a.m.
Saturday morning 'by a fire in the
home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Ross Hudson
of Oak Grove.
The Hudson family had left Fri-
day afternoon to spend the week
end at -their camp on the river. No-
.body was at home when the fire
started.
As -the fire began to make head-
way in .the 'home, it awoke neigh-
bors. who ,turned in the alarm. The.
home wasi completely enveloped in,
flames when -the fire department
arrived onm the -scene.
A lack of water supply in Oak
Grove kept the department's effec-
ti-veness down- to a .defensive fire-
fighting action. Attention was giv-
en to adjoining homes and keeping
the fire from -spreading.
A breezeway and garage attach-
ed ito the burning house was saved
by the 'firemen.


High School Lists Honor Roll


The Port St. Joe High School has rie Rhames, David Babbitt, Al Ca- I-. | n
released the following Honor RoIl theyy: Bob Craig, Paul Simmons, pllerS UrChases
for the four-th six week period of 'Kathy Garrett, Patsy Primoe 'and
te R^ Phyllis S.mith,, Business Proertv


7th GRADE: Marietta Lea, Robin
li.owns, Martha Fite, JoAnn Fire,
Sherry White, Billy Antley, Mi-
chele Anchor.s, Julia Anm .Boyette,
Jennifer Kennedy, Jackie Price,
Mark Rutland, Ann Belin, Keitha
Carmnidhael, Jerome Barnes, Gary
Davis and Barbara Lewis.
8th-GRADE: Cecelia Creech, Bil-
ly Wager, .Morris *Buttram, Ann
Saxrver, Pete Fox, Charles Thom-
as, Ralph Chandler, Betty Brooks,
Linda Dykes, Gail Key, Rex Buz-
ze.t, Rickey Godfrey, Fraan Gunn,
Bobby Antley, Wayne Braxton, Ma-


BENJAMIVyN H. uDurICKENo

Dickens Awarded

Post With State

Benjamin H. Dickens, attorney,
of Port St. Joe, has been approv-
ed by the Florida Cabinet as At-
torney for the State Development
Commission.
Dickens, who is now residing
in Tallahassee, will handle all the
State Reserve Bond financing for
the State of Florida.


L 9th GRADE: Kitty Jones, David
Porter, Albert Gentry, Patsy Pat-
terson, 'Ellen Scisson, Kenneth
Dykes, and Forrest Van Camp.
10th GRADE: Eve Rutland and
Lila Dockery.
11th GRADE: ,Fred Joines, Kaye.
Creech, Carl, Zimmerman.
12th GRADE: ,Sheral Bass, Rita
Gooper, Linda Robefrts, Howard
Lovett, Mary Jane Bobbirtt, Caro-
lyn Kennedy, Carolyn SnRiLh.
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
7th GRADE: Dennis Dawson,.
Jiak- Belin and Carol Johnson.
3th GRADE: Leon Hobbs, Ellia
Stevens .and Myron Meritt.
10th GRADE: Barbara Whitfield.
12th AflLDE Mavis Kenned)-
!and Coleman Tharpe.,


Square Dance Club

Plans Supper Meet

The Po-Jo Twirlers Square Dapce
Club will have a pot-luck supper
Saturday, March 18 at ithe Centen-
nial Building. The ,supper will be
,at 5:00 p.m. All members, guests
,and their families are invited to
attend and bring a .covered dish.'
Afterwards. there will be a work-
shop and plenty of square danoing.
The ,executive ,board of the Po-
Jo Twirlers met Monday night in
'the home of Bill Brown. The con-
stituition and .by-laws for the 'club
are in the process of being drawn
'up. These will be brought before
the members at-the next general,
meeting.
Name plates for each member
will be ordered upon request.

Robert N'edley left Sunday for
Quantico, Va., where he will enter
'officer candidate school for ten
weeks training in the U. S. Ma-
rines. He was accompanied to Tal-
labassee by Miss Delores Ohism
and Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Nedley.


Port St. Joe',s long fime citizen
R. *M. (Dick)_ Spillers 'this week
purchasedd from Ernest Wimberly,
fdrnmerly of Pornt St. Joe and now
of Fort Walton Beach, the down-
town corner ,situated at the South-
eaist corner of Fourth ,Street and
Monamnent Avenue.
TMhis property is now occupied
by the Dairy Queen, Union Finance
Company and at tomney Benjamin
H. Dickens, Jr., who will not be af-
fected under ..existing leases. The
location was developed -by Wimber-
ly in 1955 at which time he was, A
resident, satorney- in Port St. Joe
-before movi jto..the miracle strip
area. Prior to purchase bi Wimber-
ly it was pajl .of .bie old White Spot
Drive-[n owned* and operated iby
George Andhors.
'The sale was made by real estate
broker Mark Tomlinson, the. pur-
chaser being .represented by law
firm of John W. Lee, of .Jackson-
ville.
Mr. Spillers. says he is purchas-
ing -the property as an investment
'and this is .,a indication of his-firm
belief in the future growth of our,
community.


Participants Sought

For Memorial Service

All organization interested in


County Commission To Discuss




Proposed Legislation With ostin


k 0
Shrimp Bill Up

For Discussion

The Gulf .Counity Commission
met yesterday morning ig place of
their regular -Tuesday meeting 'date
which was postponed due ito a Coun-
ty Commii'ssio n convention held in,
Tallahassee (the first of this week.
Although the 'meeting lasted for
some 'three 'and a 'half hours, very
little local business was trarsacted.
Uppermost -in the meeting was
.conversation f things, taken up at'
the County Commission Conven-
tion. One -. of the 'most important
subjects of this meeting was a pro-
posed bill 'for the Legislature. The
bill-would .mske all local bills pas-
sed in ,tihe Legislature applicable
to 'every county in ithe state in-
stead of the 'old practice ,of ,local
bills being a1plioable 'only to the
county passed for.
The purpose 'of this bill is 'to cur-
tail the present 'system of "rubber,
stamp" passage of all local mea-
sures ,that t;ome before 'the Legisla-
ture. The people will have the final
sayiso 'of such items in their coun-
ty however, inice a 'petition signed
by 'ten .percent of a county's voters
will bring any measure questioned
up for a vote by the people.
TO DISCUSS LEGISLATION
The Commijsison- will meet this
Friday aftOpnoon (tomorrow) at
6:00 p.m. with Representative C.
G. Costin, Jrl;, in his office todis-
cuss local legislation to be pre-
sented to the 1961 session of the"
Legislature.
Foremost .subjecL. for discussion
will be an act governing shrimp op-
er:ations oft 'the -shores of Indian
Pass .an d Frainklin County. -This-
bill "is presently in effect on-a lim-
ited basis; and is scheduledd to ex-
pire this year.' The .discussion will
'be whether or nott4o continue the
bill.
ThJe bill calls for a prohibition of
shrimping on the "outside" from
the Southern Franklin County line
,to Indian Pass for. a distance' of
three miles from shore .during the
months of June sand July. This is
the spawningg season for 'shrimp.
The bill was passed because the
egg-laying .shrimp -come in close ito
shore to lay their, :eggs during this
period. The bill was passed for a
conservation measure and has been
enforced only during the past year.
The Star called James T. McNeill
concerning the bill and th'e fishing


joint participation and observance industry.s feelings toward d Mc-
of Memorial Day, either on Tues- Neill saidthat .most of the industry


day, May 30 -or Friday or Saturday
before the 30th, pleas-e leave word
with Mrs. Joe Grimsley or Mrs.
Joan Moore at 5106 Eighth Street
by Monday, May 20.

Attend Training; Course
Mrs. James Wise and Mrs.
Wayne Buttram attended d a Jun-
ior Day Camp Training Course at
Blue Lake, Ala., last week.


St. Joseph's Catholic Church dedicated a new sioner Frank Hannon acting for Mayor J. L. Sha-
flagpole Sunday morning immediately after the rit after which a new flag was raised on the flag-
worship services in the memory of Victor R. An- pole by Freddy Anderson, son of the honoree.
person. Assisting in the program was the Port St. Joe
The flagpole was dedicated by City Commis- High School band. (Star photo)


is expected to ask for the bill's con-
tinuance and include the month of
August in the bill. He said that ,this
past shrimpingsea0son was a 'ban-
ner harvest and reports of catches
from other section's of the state
would bear weight on whether or
not ithe area fishermen would fight
for a continuance of ithe bill.
MOSQUITO PURCHASE
C. E. Daniell, Gulf County M,os-
quito Control supervisor appeared
.before the Board requesting a
change in his budget. The budget
allows $2,100.001 for the purchase of
'a new truck for the department.
Daniell asked 'that he be allowed
to use the money ito .purchase a
new logging machine 'and use his
personal car for his work, receiv-
ing mileage for its use.
Commissioner Leo Kennedy rec-
ommended that the Department
use its 'eligibility 'to purchase a
surplus truck from the Government
and use the remaining money to
purchase the new fogging machine.
The matter was tabled for fur-
ther investigation.

Highland View Revival

The Highland View Methodist
Church announced -'hi's week. the
dates for their Spring revival.
The services will begin Sunday,
night, April 2 and continue each
night through Friday, April 7.


The pastor, C. M. Parker, will do
the preaching.

Alabama Visitors
Mr. and Mrs.- Harry Jones of
Jackson, Alabama visited 'their
'daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Grady Player last week end.


Scout Drive Lagging Behind Expectations. Only

.$309.82 Collected On Goal of $1,600.00 for Gulf County


Auditor R.- W. Henderson re
Star yesterday afternoon that a -
'has been turned in to date,in the ah
Fund Drive-inr Port St. Joe.
Henderson said. the receipts
very slowly with only a few of t
porting in by yesterday afternoon.
600.00 had been set by drive chaii
for the Scout Drive. The goal was
sis of District requirements for
for the year. The Gulf-Sands Dist
a budget of $80,000 to care for the


Thursday Third

In Teen Rodeo

Lindsey Thursbay, son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Thursday of, this
city placed third in the district
Teen-Age Drivers Road-E-O held
last Sa-turday in 'Marianna at the
Marianna 'High School. .
Ihursbay was the winner of the
Port St. Joe Teen-Age Driver's
Road-E-O sponsored by the Port
St. Joe Jayoees. He was accompan-
ied to Marianma 'by Jaycee Don
Grossman where he competed with
eight participants for district : ho'):-
ors.
-Thursbay placed first in driving
skill but lost points in the written
examination.


Karl Marshall, Jr.

Involved In Wreck

Karl Marshall, Jr., and his two
young sons were injured in an au-
tomobile accident about 3:30 a.m.
Saturday morning when the car in
which they were riding went out
of control on State Road 71 ,two
.miles from Port St. Joe, accord-
ing to FHP Trooper Ken Murphy.
Listed as injured were Marshall,
I the driver, and his sons Michel Eu-
gene, five and Allen Edgar, six.
I All were taken to the Port St.
!Joe Municipal Hospital for treat-
ment.
I Marshall was released from the
'hospital after 24 hours observation.


Deported to The 8,000 Boy Scouts in the district. Gulf County has
total of $309.82 160 Boy Scouts in the program-requiring $1,600'
inual Boy Scout to meet Gulf's part of the budget.
Pyle urges all drive workers to turn in their
are coming in collections as soon as possible so that a final ac-
the workers re- counting may be made. All funds should be turned
A goal of $1,- ihto R. W. Henderson,. Auditor, in the City Hall.
rman Otis Pyle Pictured above is Mrs. W. L. Jordan (left)
set on the ba-,
h scout turning in her collections for Eighth Street to Au-
rict has set up ditor Henderson (right). Drive Chairman"p tl e
ct has set up "' r .. I
needs of some 'yle looks on centerr. S.Laxr bhoLot).
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Both inct bets File for Re-electi ln

City Election; Qualification Ends Sat.--

City Auditor and Clerk R. W. City voter registration books
Henderson told The Star yester- remain open until Saturda
day at noon that I. W. Duren has March 25 at noon. Clerk Hender-
qualified for re-election in the son said registration of voters Is
Municipal Election scheduled for also going slow, but is expected
April 4. I. C. Nedley, the other to pick up as the deadline draws
Commission incumbent qualified near.
last week for re-election. To qualify for voting in a city
Clerk Henderson said that, as election, a person must be a citi-
of yesterday at noon, no other zen of the United States and of
candidates have qualified. Poten- the State of Florida for at least
tial candidates have until this one year, a resident of the City
Saturday, March 18 at noon to
qualify as candidates. Qualifica- St. Joe for at least
tion fee is $35.00. six mo iths and 21 years of age
Clerk Henderson said that the or more.


BAPTIST LAYMEN SCHEDULE

PROGRAM FOR TONIGHT AT 7:00


Baptist laymen of the Port St.
Joe area Baptist Churches are of-
fering an open invitation to the
general public to attend a Lay-
men's Evangelistic Rally tonight
at 7:00 "p.m. in the auditorium of
the First Baptist Church.
Laymen. from .the First Baptist
Church, the Long Avenue Baptist
Church, Highland View Baptist
Church and White City Baptist
Church have planned a two-ho'u
evangelistic meeting. The featured
speaker will be a layman-James
T. Karam of Little Rock, Arkan-
sas. 0Wher speakers on the program
will be. Rev. Douglas Watterson,
pastor of the First Baptist Church
of Marianna and Rev. Landis E.
Taylor, pastor of the First Baptist
Church in Parker.
Karam is a native of Lake Vil-
lage, Arkansas, now living in Little
Rock. He i.s a layman, opera ing a
men's store in the Arkansas capi-
tal. Karam was converted i. 1.59
-and joined inmanuel Baptist
Church of Little Rock. Kar-m is a
former football coach.
The program will ai-: fe. turec
hymn singing by the congregation
and special music by a combined
choir made up of choir members of
all four churches.
The general public is invited 'o
attend. A nursery will be provided
for small children.

BOOST PORT ST. JOE!


JAMES T. KARAM
Feature Speaker


Costin Plans Hearing

On Area Legislation

Representative Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., reminded citizens of Gulf
County this week that he is hold-
ing an open meeting next week
for the purpose of hearing citi-
zens' requests for legislation to
be presneted to the 1961 session
of the Florida Legislature.
Costin has called the meeting
for next Tuesday night at 7:30
p.m. in the City Hall.


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Hospital Auxiliary Names



New Officers For Year


Mrs. William Wager, the outgo- doctors. The/ Auxiliary's present year: President, M r s. Wesley
ing president of the Hospital Aux- -project is to furnish the chapel for Grace; vice-president, Mrs. Harold
iliary, was hostess -to the annual which furniture has already been Odum; secretary, Mrs. Walter Dod-
meeting at her home on Wednes- purchased. son; treasurer, Mrs. Tom Parker;
day morning, March 8 at 10:30 am. It was voted to undertake no fur- membership chairman, Mrs. Silas
The new members were welcom- their projects until a complete fi- Stone; -telephone chairman, Mr.s.
ed -and Mrs. Harry Babbitt opened nancial report of 4the chapel expen- Russell Rust and publicity, Mrs.
,the meeting with prayer. The sec- ses is made. Mrs. Bateman's Brow- Wayne Hendrix.


retary, Mrs. John Robert Smith,
read -the minutes. Mrs. Robert Tap-
-per expressed appreciation to the
Auxiliary for naming the chapel
in -the new hospital after her. Miss
McLane explained to the Auxiliary
that the Marie Tapper Chapel will
b'e used by ithe public in oases of
serious illness and death for medi-
tfiatton; and for consultation with
La


Travis Scott Burge. the son of
,Mr. .and. Mrs.'H. L. Burge, cele-
ibrated ion Wednesday, March 8
on .the occasion of his second
birthday. For this occasion a par-
ty was given in his honor, based
on a seafaring .theme.


nie Troop is furnishing a Oatholic,
Jewish, and Protestant Bible for
this chapel from money which they
won in .the Christmas parade from
their float.
Mrs. Herbert Brown gave the
treasurer's report.-Mrs. George An-
chors, chairman of the nominating
committee presented ithe following
slate of officers for ithe. coming


T: ose invited were: Pamela
Shores, Jond Shores, Theresa
Young, Nan Parker, Sherry, How-
eli, Terry Marshall, Sherry .Mar-
shall, Tammy Mimns, Dee Jay,
Charles Howell, Don Howell,
Robert Blick, Chuck Tharpe,
Terry Holt, Randy Wright iand


He received many lovely 'gifts. Scotty Jay.



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These nominations were approv-
ed and Mrs. Wager presented each
incoming officer with a camellia
-as they were introduced to the
group.
The Hospital Auxiliary is com-
posed of a group -of women who
operate the Thrift Shop and .buy
-necessary needs for the hospital.
Anyone interested in this work is
cordially invited to join.


Drill Classes To

Meet Saturday


Legioabettes baton -drill


- classes


will meet hisSaturday at*. 11:00
a.m. under. the -direction of Miss
Ann Williams. Girls are advised to
bring their 25e fee.
It i, im'portani for all girls to
-attend. this .Saturday.



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Ook Grove Assembly of God Christian Cadets Presented Trophies For Loyalty


Rushees attending were: Mrs.
Wayne Gay, Mrs. Earl McCormick,
Mrs. Roy Maddox, Mrs. Pasco Gib-
son, Mrs. Jack Hammock, and Mrs.
John Slajer.
,Members attending were Mrs.
Gordon Farris, Mrs. John Scott,
Mrs. Harry Murphy, Mrs. Walter
Brown, Mrs. Ralph Ward, Mrs. Ed-


Fifty-four trophies were present-
ed to the Christian Cadets of the
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
Sunday afternoon fn the Elemen-
tary School Auditorium. W. P. Com-
forter made 'the presentations.
.Master Sgt. Wanda Jean Odiom
obtained the highest award for ef-
ficiency, attendance' and musical
ability. M-Sgt. Roy Knight also won
an efficiency award. M-,Sgt. Wanda
Jean Odom, S-Sgt. Marilyn Knight
and S-Sgt. Wilbur Butts obtained
the highest -marks for full attend-
ance-which was 70. Nine other
Cadets were only one ,or two points
behind. The attendance competi-
tion was very close. particularly in
the' Rovers, Rangers, Reapers,
Reigners, Runners and 'Riders
Squads.
S-Sgt. Barbara Young and-S-Sgt.
David Young won the 1-00 yards
swimming championship trophies.
S-Sgt. Philip Ivey and S-Sgt. Miary
Ann Millei won ithe 100 yards run-
ning championship trophies.
The following were all Senior
Cadet trophy winners: ,S-S-gt. Da-
vid Young, Sgt. Danny Glass, Sgt.
Roy Norris,, Cpl. Rickey Lovett,
Cpl. Lamar Butts, S-Sgt. James
Norris, S-Sgt. Doyle Glass, Sgt.
Daniel Miller, S-Sgt. Wayne Straine,
S-Sgt. Karen Stripling, Sgt. Jan
,Stripling, S-Sgt. Paula Lovett, Sgt.
Sue Odom, Sgt. Dianne Gardner,
S-Sgt. Sarah Norris, S-Sgt. Mari-
lyn Knight, -Sgt. Sandra Brake, Sgrt.
Linda Faye Gardner, S-Sgt. Bar-
bara Young, S-Sgt. Gloria Burkett,
S-Sgt. Floria Burkett,. Sgt. Betty
Creamer, S-Sgt. Sarah .Yates, -Cpl.
Jante Yates, Sgit. ,Glenda 'Ann
Woods, Sg-t. Jimmy .Burns, S-Sgt.
Mary Ann Miller, -S-Sgt. Barbara
Corbin, S-Sgt.- Anita Yates, S-S.gt.
Pat Graydon.
The following were Junior -Cadet
trophy winners: Steve Brant, Ter-
ry Lovett, Craig-Pippin, Kenneth
Pippin, Joh nnie Odom, 'Linda
Strain, Freda, Yates, Sue Kennedy,
Cynthia But',s, D es d a Harper,:
Yvonne Griffin.
Special trophies were awarded
to the youngest Junior Cadets; Re-
gina Ellis was, the youngest fol-
lowed -closely by. Yuanice Griffin,
Jackie Ard, Barbara Worley and
Debra Bures.
To commemorate the 'home call'
of one of ithe Junior Cadets, a tro-
phy was .presented 'in loving mem-
-ory of Christian. Cadet OCharlotte
Wilson'. Her father received this
trophy.
Pastor and Mrs. Charles H. Har-
thern gave silver medals ,to the
following -officens,: Lt. Ray Lee
Brant, Lt. Mrs. Inez Glass, Lt. Miss
Laverne Glass and Mrs. Christine
Lightfoot as a mark of ,apprecia-
tion for their loyalty and devotion
to the cause of the Christian Ca-
dets.
The year 1960 will always membered in the Oak Grove As-
semibly lof God Church for -the out-
-standing, accomplishments of the
Christian Cadets. The Cadet pro-
gram. is specially adapted for ithe
,development -of Christian charac-
ter in boys .and girls, as well as
physical recredtiaon-wi'h a sound
mind in a healthy 'hody. The Ad-
ministration Officer, Lt. Ray Lee
Brant has played a big part in this
work-" Lt. Mrs. Inez Glass is the
Boys and Girls Missionary Crusade-
President. $318.30 was given last
year Doy .the Cadets for literature
wihch was sent ;to various mission
fields. Lt. Miss Laverne Glass is
in charge of uniform, as well as
being secretary-treasurer for Chris-
tiam. Cadets.


Eta Upsilon Holds

Model Meet

The Eta Upsilon Chaptiar of Beta
Sigma Phi held .their model meet-
ing Tuesday, Miarch 7 in the Flor-
ida Power Lounge with Mrs. David
Jones president, presiding over 'the
business sessiono. The meeting was
opened by repeating the opening
ritual in unison. Mrs. Courtney
Martin .called the .roll and read the
minutes -of the previous meeting
and Mrs. Gordon Farris gave the
treasurer's report. Plans were made
for the preferential tea Sunday,
March 19. All rushees who have
been extended bids to membership
are invited. Following the business
session, Mrs. Courtney Martin pre-
sented the program, "Voice and
Vocabulary Reflect 'the Inner You".
A very interesting talk was enjoy-
ed by all. The meeting was closed
by repeating ,the closing ritual in
unison.


achievements in the Christian Cadet work. The
cups were presented by W. P. Comforter.
In connection with the presentation, th eChris-
tian Cadet chorus rendered a musical program fbr
the audience on hand to witness the event.
(Star photo)


THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla.


THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1961


Hospital Auxiliary Names Thrift Shop

Workers For April, May and June


The new pick-up and marking
committee of the Hospital Thrift
Shop are the following: Mrs. Pete
Ivey, Mrs. Iawrence Porter and
Mrs. Maurice Dawison. These ladies
will .be working at .the' Thrift Shop
each Thursday morning at 10':00
a.m., and will be glad to -accept
your articles -at that time, or they
will gladly call at your home.
Children's apparel .and man's


HIGHLAND' VIEW METHODIST hoes are badly needed.
.Sunday ,School, 54; Church Ser-
vice;, 73; Young People, 14. The new list of workers for the
LONG AVENUE. BAPTIST months of April, May and June are
Sunday' .School. 189; Training listed !below. Mmebers -are iremind-
Union, 10'4;. Worship Services, 302: ed to clip out this list for future
.*'0 + reference.
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Worship Services,& 257; Sun day April 1: Mrs. Herman Dean and
School, 262; Children's Church, 20.' Mrs. Sam Johnson,.
.* *4 .- April 8: Mrs. Frmnk Gunn and
-FIRST ARTIST CHURCH Mrs. S. -B. Shuord. -
Sunday School, 317; Training M. 1. Ms o i -
Union, 119; Worship Services, 455. Apili 15: Mrs. Roy Gibson and


Mirs. Morgan Jones.
April 22: Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr.,
and Mrs. R. H. Ellzey.
May 6: Mrs. Edwin Peters and
Mrs. Don Rutland.
May 13: Mrs. J. Lamar Miller and
Mrs. Paul Fensom.
May 20: Mrs. Otto Anderson'and
Mrs. Cecil Costin, Sr.
May 27: Mrs. W. S. Querles, Jr.,
and Mrs. Jimmy Costin.
June 3: Mrs. Frank Pate and
Mrs. H. C. Philyaw.
June 10: Mrs. Conrad Williams
and Mrs. Gannoh Buzzett.
June 17: Mrs. R. H. Mclntosh
and Mrs. J. P. Fleishel.
June 24: Mrs. Tom Coldewey
and Mrs. Harry Babbitt.

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Pictured above is the large number of Chris-
tian Cadets of tfie Oak Grove Assembly of God
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a special service Sunday afternoon in the Port St.
Joe Elementary School Auditorium.
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Mrs. Braxtoni W-ard, Mrs. Da-vid
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Church Attendance

Highland View Baptist Church,
Sunday School, 1,71; Worship
services, 354-; Training Union, 93;
Wednesday night service, 108.
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S-OHURCH of the NAZARENE /
Su-n.day School, 65; Worship Ser-
vices, 112; NYPS, 15.

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday School, 20; Worship Ser-
vices, 59; Young People, 12.
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By RUSSELL KAY
There are !two schools of thot
on the subject of encouraging in-
dustry,to come to your community.
Old timers often resent attempts
of the younger generation to' speed
up growth and development.
Old timers view with genuine
alarm the changes taking place
with the advent of new business
and new industry. They resent see-
ing the old landmarks changed.
They remelnber Main Street when
it was 'oak shaded, quiet, peaceful
and in no hurry. They remember


hunitthg quail in adjacent fields, battery of highways, cloverleaves
fishing in local streams, driving and toll gates.
over clay roads to the old picnic Before the youngsters started
grounds. I raising hell and took- over the
Ohamn'ber of Commerce, there were
Now new subdivisions, supermar- no scowling pickets ,marching back
kets, factories, industrial .plants and forth. No Milght meetings of the
are crepeing in and destroying ev- City Fathers to discuss increased
erything they remember as worth- taxes and allied problems, no social
we y wk M ansecurity, no juvenile delinquency.
while. They walk Main Street and Life was pleasing, peasant and en-
where they used to know everyone joyable.
they met they now encounter new oyable.
faces, strangers. The constable has But the 'resentful old timers had
disappeared and in his place are achieved 'their success. They had
traffic officers, patrol cars and a made theirs by the sweat of their
brow. They had helped those less


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Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
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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 From:


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, White City


LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Port St. Joe


new automobile agencies, more doc-
itors, lawyers, dentists, a new six
ron school house, $100,000 invest-
ment in railroad, plane *and bus
transportation.
And the firm is growing like
mad, more 'and mor help is needed,
More and. more money will be spent
with local merchants, and so it
goes. And this is just one example.
Think what 10 ,such plants would
mean.
The old timers say NO. The up
and coming youngsters say YES.
Ho wd'o you feel about it? What is
real. best 'hf Por -nour community u


tray yDS II U-UMUMy.
fortunate when -they felt such help ispors, otwie ri h
was fustified. Now progress_ had old wpro heresswotwieo st


turned on them. They were back-
ward, selfish and unrealistic.
To prove It, the youngsters
pointed to ,the establishment of the
Airtronics International Corpora-
tion in Fort Lauderdale and what
this one single industry meant to
that community.
A firm known as Airtronies Inter-
national Corporation began busi-
ness in Fort Lauderdale in 1958. In
less than three. yeaws it has a back-
log of $2 million and has provided
jobs for 180 employees. The com-
pany has spent over $1,million for
supplies and equipment most of it
locally. It adds another $1-million
in local payirfll. Ehnployees buy
homes, furniture, food and -all man-
ner of merchandise, automobiles
and appliances, mostly from local
merchants.
An average of five visitors are
brought to 'the community -daily by
the organization, technical nmen,
and salesmen who spend money for
food, lodging and personal needs.
Their average expenditure in -the
community is $30 a day.
To meet the need of this one en-
terprise alone requires new stores,


Leaving for California
Mrs. Linda Huey will leave for
California on March 22 to meet 'her
husband, Seaman Sammy Joe Huey
who is in the Navy. aboard the USS
Parsons. Seaman Huey has been in
Japan.


Evangelistic


Ann Miller


Is Growth Worth the Price Paid?


Rally


In House Plan

Columbia, Mo.-The development
of the residence hall as a center
for learning as well as living is be-
ing pioneered at Stpehens College
this year. Participating in the pro-
gram, called the Stephens College
House Plan, is Miss Ann Miller,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mil-
ler, Port, St Joe.
She is one of 100 students in this
program made possible by a grant
from the Ford Found'atijn's 'Fund
for 'the Advanomeent of Education.
She and her classmates all live in
West Hall, a new junior dormitory,
and take the same five subjects:
Communication, General Humani-
ties, Beginning Psychology, Con-
temporary ;Social Issues, and a spe-
cial television class Ideas and Liv-
ing Today. In addition each stu-
dent elects one or two other cour-
ses, plus a Physical Education
course of 'her choice.

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Dear friends:
lit's midnight before press day
again but we refuse to hurry. In
fact, we're in open revolt against
this devastating habit of hurry .
It's an enemy that's taking a. big
toll in 'human lives, 'not mentioning
the staggering .cost in dollars andd
cents. Yes, in this writer's opinion
we're making a serious mistake
when we work in a 'hurry, eat in a
hurry, drive in a hurry, shop in a
Ih-urry, talk in a hurry and so
on. No doubt you've heard the say-
ing: "The cemetery is full of folks
Who hurried through life." More
truth than poetry here.
Now, let's 'ask ourselves the
question: Why do we hurry? 'Do we
think it's smart and do we feel
more important? An open and
frank ,answer to this one might be
h-lpful! We have 24 hours in a
day and' that's plenty of time to get
our work done. The average per-
son's job requires only eight to 10
houms ... six 'to eight hours is
enough rest for ,most of us. It ap-
pears the hurrying gets going the
strongest when we really don't
*have anything that must ibe done.
It might be well to take a brief
.period daily 'to organize and'budget
our time. We believe this is a good
way to eliminate a lot of hurry,
confusion and lost motion. Time
and energy are too precious to
waste. (We've heard the comment
that "Haste makes waste" a
good one to remember).
In view of the foregoing we are
in the process of organizing a new
club (the woods are full of them,
anyway!) We will call it "The No
Hurry Club". Since there's no hur-
ry to get this club in operation we
are ,taking a period of silent .medi-
tation before hand. Will you think,


it over and let us have your sug-
gestions? We are willing to pay 25c
for each suggestion ,that includes
the following simple statement: "I
will not hurry when, shopping
Boyles". Please- make as many
comments and suggestions as you
wish. Enclose in envelope address-
ed to The Tattler, Box 297, Port
St. Joe, Fla. A 25c coin will .be
mailed to you immediately. Now,
we venture a guess: The majority
will not have time to read this Tat-
tler and those who read it will not
take time to make a quarter with
four cents.
Here and there: Saw a sign in a
store recently that read: "lit's nice
to be important but it's more im-
portant to be nice". We observed
the salespeople 'there were cour-
toeus 'and helpful. Heard a person
say that one word 'properly applied
would cure all the ills 'of this world
. LOVIE. Do you believe this?
Have you taken time to drive over
town and see the beautiful azaleas
and flowers in full bloom? Would

you like a free Polaroid s apshot
of- yourself or son, 'daughter, mo-
ther, father or what have you?
Tuesday 'each week is Pictiure Day
. a free snapshot developed and
delivered to you in less than one
minute with a $1.00 purchase or
more. Easy fun 4too!
Finis:. Did you hear this one?
Art Linkletter was questioning a
small girl on his TV program:
"How do your mother and father
amuse themselvess" The little girl
replied: "They tickle each other".-
We quote: "Laughter is the best
medicine for a long and happy life.
Most of all learn ito laugh at your-
self. Meet .each day with a sense
of humor. He who laughs lasts".
S'lone. -RGB


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
Pert 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.
I- .----

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


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSbAV, MAAH 16, 1941



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He must learn to bend with the stresses and strains likp a
tree in the wind, and spring erect again after the storm has
passed" (A sentence from essays on The Art of Living by
Wilferd A. Peterson)

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THURSDAY, March 16 -- 7:00 PM




First Baptist Church






I FEATURED SPEAKER


IRev. 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


HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH


FIRST BAPTIST CHURH, Port St. Joe


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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port SL Joe, Florida
-By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
.Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161
Entered as second-clas matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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ONE YEAR, & 3.OO SIX MONTHS $175 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the puMishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word I given jeat attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly oonvinees.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word -emain.


May The Congress Preserve Us

A curious notion seems to be gaining acceptance from
the American public irrespective of how they voted last fall
that the Kennedy program will not, after all, cost as much
as people were led to expect.
As that program now emerges, we cannot see that there
is much support for this ever-so-tempered optimism. It is
more likely a case of having become insensible to the arith-
metical significance of billions, and to being stunned by the
gatling-gun tempo of White House orders to Congress.
Extension of unemployment insurance from 26' to 39
weeks, enlargement of social security promises, care for the
aged under social security, medical facilities and training,
assistance to distressed areas and aid to education will cost
an estimated $5.2 billion the first year.
Perhaps you can shrug off these first-year billions. But
don't forget these are destined to be hardy perennials. We
cannot now conceive of their total cost. What is before us
is merely the token down-payment by which we can acquire
these expensive and demoralizing' habits for life-the life of
the nation. And, we are all familiar with what "a small
.down payment" brings on us.
There are in the pattern of such earlier deceptions as
the income tax, which would never (they said) take more
than three percent of our earnings, but now abstracts from
20 to 91 percent of our substance; the social security experi-
ment that originally took one percent of the first $3,000 of
our pay from us and a similar amount from the boss, is now
taking three percent of the first $4,800 and by 1969 will reach
four-and-a-half percent for both worker and employer. And
they will be- as leech-like as the wartime "luxury" excises
and the "temporary" boosts in the gasoline tax.
We have mentioned but a handful of no less than 16
measures on President Kennedy's list of special priority,
"must" legislation. On other fronts-defense,; housing, ur-
ban renewal, etc., the projected Kennedy spending increases,
thusfar revealed are keeping pace with the warnings of ob-
servers at Los Angeles last July. And overall, the socialistic,
paternalistic, Uncle-knows-best fixation is triumphantly
emerging.
Unless our elected representative- in Washington are
able to call upon some hidden reserve of fortitude and pat-
riotism with which to resist the cynical blandishments 1 of a
collectivist pied piper, we shall find ourselves thoroughly
compromised.


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COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
WEWAHITCH KA, FLORIDA
March 7, 1961
The Board of Public Instruction,
Gulf County, met on the above date
in Regular Session, with the follow-
ing present and acting: Otis Pyle,
Chairman, Carter Ward, J. K. Whit-
field, William Roemer and C. E.
Boyer, members.
The Superintendent was present
and acting.
The minutes for the preceding
meeting were read and approved.
The Financial Statement for the
month of February was examined
aid approved.
The Sanitarian's report was ex-
amined and ordered filed.
A committee from the Wewa-
hitchka High School PTA met with
the Board to request that they
would 'have sewerage and water -at
the new school at the. opening in
August. The PTA also requested
that ,th eBoard put new furniture
in the new school if they had the
finances to do so. The Board as-
sured them water and sewerage
would .be in 'the new school and fur-
niture would be purchased if the
funds were available.
The Superintendenit was instruct-
ed to write a letter to the City
Commissioners of Wewahitchka
asking that -they -give 'the School
Board, a definite -date as to when
water and sewerage rould ibe ex-
pected at -the new school.
There being no further business
to -come before them -they did then
adjourn to meet again in regular
session on April 4, 1961.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens O'tis Pyle
Superintendent Chairman
LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR
THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1961
GENERAL FUND
Carver Hi School, Exp. to ball
Tournament $125.00
Nils Millergren, Stamps __-- 20.0-0
George Washington High School
Exp. to tour. 5-0.00
Fletcher Bowers, Labor --..... 17.00
Herbert Freeman, Labor 17.00
Fletcher Freeman,. Labor 21.25
Alvin McGlon's Service Gar.
lLabor and Parts 28.90
M&S Termite & Pest Control,
Services 40.00
Kennedy Elec. & Retrig. Ser.
Supplies 4.95
Britt's Septic Tank iServ.
Services 270.00
Daffin Merec. Go., Sup. 12.73
PST Elem. ,Sc., Refund 11.76
George Gore Music Co.,
Supplies : 4.95
St. Joe Auto Parts, Sup. 1.92
Wewa. Water Co., Water __. 45.00
City of Port St. Joe, Water 1,05.95
Gulf 'Cidst Elec. Coop., Inc.,
Elec. for Wewa Schools 294.69
Wewa Plumb. & Htg. Co.,
Bottle Rent 4.00
Bildwel supplyy Co., Sup. __ 24.50
Gaskin Bros. Lmanbr. Co., Sup. 4.30
John Land, Haul. ..Sup. 3.0.00
Smith Pharmacy, Sup. .... 9.91'
H. M. McClamm'a, Labor ...--- 3.00
Whatley Typewriter Co.,
.Services & Supplies -- 47.70:
Bryan's Photo Shop, Serv.
and Supplies --.------ ----18.60
Revell's IGA Store, Sup. --- 8.50
McGowin-Lyons Hdwe. & Sup.
Supplies 14.62
Sunbeam Corp., Sup ........- 59.29
E. M. Hale & Co., Sup. ... 87.60
singer Sewing Mach. Co., Sup. 13.38
Little, Brown & Co., Sup. -- 3.94
Wewa High .School, Refund 151.10
R.. C. Maddox, .Refund 3.22
Carolina Biological Supply Co.
Supplies 5.51
B. B. Scisson, Exp. -to m'tg. .. 15.00
Georgia School Book Depos., Inc.
Supplies --.. -.--- 63.19
Smith's Sundries, Sup .........-- 12.42
Paul Farmer, Refund ----- .88,
MR&R Truck. Co., Frt... 27.99
Dover Pub, Inc., Sup.. .. 2.10
T'hompson Movie Ser. & ,Sup.
S Supplies 11.40
The Student Guide, Sup ....-- 2.95
Wewa Hdwe. Co:, .Sup .... ...--- 63.81
Fla. State University, AV
Trust", Sup. 5.50:
Porn Sit. Joe High School,
Refund o postageg, etc. 20.79
Beaman P1mb. Co., Sup. -- 6.50
Satan-Derda Music Co., Sup .... -- 24.55
Standard Oil Co., Sup. -.---. 88.75
G. E. McGill, Lab-or ---....__ 10.50
Thomas T. Mayo, Labor .--- 5.20
Wall Elec. Co., Sup ..- 24.40
Keenan Weld. Sup. Co., Sup. 21.12
West Fla. Gas & Fuel 'Co.,
Supplies 246.21
Gay's Mo Jo S.ba., ,Sup. ......-- 2.94
Smitty's 'Repair Serv., Labor I
and Supplies ...---------- 29.92
Floyd Chev. Co., Labor and
: Supplies 1,008.43
Star Pub. Co., Printing and 0
Material -. JS 80 '
Buzzett's Drug Store, Sup .... 16.57
St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co.,
.Services 111.58
Fla. Power Corp., Electric energy
for Port .St. Joe schools 1,324.16
Thomas A. Owens, Exp. .. ...- 98.00
William Roemer, Exp.. --.-. -98.00
Otis Pyle, Exp. 98.00
C. E. Boyer, Exp. .. .. 98.00
Carter Ward, Exp..-.----- 98.00
Gulf Oil Corp., Sup ... 1,127.98
Westron Corp., Sup. .- -...755.86
DISTRICT NUMBER ONE FUND
Harland O. Pridgeon, 0om. 49.18
BOND FUND NUMBER ONE
Harland O. Pridgeon, Corn. ...-- 11.06
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WISK qt. 75c
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FLUFFY ALL reg. size 33c
Chicken-of-the-Sea-6% soz.
DIETETIC TUNA 35c
Woodbury-Bajth Size
FACIAL SOAP 2 bars 26c
Mueller's-8 oz. b-ox
SPAGHETTI 2 boxes 27c


St'arkist-3'~ Os. Can 3 LB. CAN


Stbarkist-3% Oz. Can
TUNA FISH
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CORN MEAL 5 lb.


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FLUFFO
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Puss 'N Boots-15 Oz. Cans
CAT FOOD 2 cans 29c
Ideal-Lb. Can
DOG FOOD 3 cans 49c
M & M's Chocolate-5% oz.
PLAIN CANDIES. 29c
Pillsbury
FLOUR 5 lbs. 55c
Liquid Detergent
LUX 22 oz. 58c
Cleanser
HANDY ANDY 32 oz. 62c
Sanitary Napkins
F E M S 2 boxes 89c
Table Napkins
KLEENEX 2 boxes 49c
Lemon Juice
REALEMON 16 oz. 35c


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cur* 1960, and had et earnings of J400
Social nty or more, you must file an income
tax rteurn and pay self-employment
Notes tax on your net earnings. This self-
employment tax is for Social Secur-
ity purposes. The tax rate is 4% %
Maiiy self-employed people, par- of your net income. Your income
ticularly farmers and artisans, may tax return must be filed with, the
not be building up the protection District Director of Intrenal Reve-
under -the Social Security program nue for the district in which you
.they should tbe, John V. Oarey, Dis- live, and must be filed by April.
strict Manager of -the Social Sceur-15. Tax returns must be accom-
ity Office said this week.ied by aymentof the tax due.
If you were self-employed during


Don't blindfold him
The man in this picture is a cancer research scientist. The
device he is using looks like something out of science fiction
-but actually, it's an electron microscope. It shows the sub-
microscopic detail of a cancer cell-magnified 100,000 times.
The cost of one electron microscope is $35,000. Some of the
equipment needed for cancer research is even more expensive.
Today, in research centers throughout the country, 1300
scientists, supported by American Cancer Society funds, are
at work searching for the cause of canceg-and, ultimately,
ways to prevent it.
The American Cancer Society grants millions of
dollars for research on such projects as the study of
viruses as a possible cause of cancer-the development
of hormone treatments for cancer-the control of cancer
by drugs. Life-and-death projects.
Your help is needed to enable the American Cancer
Society to continue this support.
Don't blindfold cancer research. Give to it. Send
your contribution now, to your Unit of the American
Cancer Society, All gifts are tax-deductible.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY


If your net earnings from s-elf- THfE- STAR, Port t. Joe, Fla.
employment were $400 or more for THURSDAY,- MARCH 16, 1961
1960, you mus-t make this return
and pay -the self-employment tax,
even if you do-not owe any income Forestry Is Big
tax.
Many young farmers are of the Business In Area
belief .that they are ,nt required to
file income ,tax returns on their
farming income and, consequently, District One of the Florida For-
do- not .pay their Social Security ,est Service is a.n area of .approxi-
taxes every year. This belief is mately four million forest acres,
not only in error, .but it can -result consisting of the ten counties wast
in a farmer being denied benefits of the Apalachicola River, with
under the Social Security program. District Headquarters in Panama
For a farmer .to get ,retirement City.
.or disability checks from ,Social During 1959 .the District sup-
Security or for his family to ge' plied 397,316 cords of pulp-vood
payments, he, like anyone else, and planted 55 million ,scc lings.
..must have enough credits for past Forty towers, standing 80 .to 100 '
work to be insured under -the law. feet above the ground, are mannedd
Farmers get these credits ,by pay- .seven days a week, keeping a _Aarp
ing /their Social Security taxes ,look-out for forest fires. Towers
each year. Farmers who fail to file are manned by men and women.
-their returns on time .are usually All equipment is :equipped with
required by Internal Revenue Ser- two-way radio communications, en-'
vice to make returns and pay social abling fire-fighting crews to .be dis-
Security taxes for all unreported patched- immediately to the scene
years, but as a general rule, no of the fire.
more than .three years may be cre- District One employs 175 persons,
dited for Social Security purposes. including supervisory p e r sonnel
* However, it already takes more -ght ar forests .and field Der-
than three years' credit, ,to get pay- sonnel. However, -this does, nct in-
ments from Social Security for the clide persons working c special R
individual who has not reached re- _projects. D
tiremnet age or Who -beconies dis- ,Equipment ,that is ,essential for 1
abled. For example,.-no one can get the functions 'of the District in- f
disability pay.mentts-with Jess -than clude: 45 tractor-plow tire-fighting
five years' credit. Thus, a farmer units, 10 power wagons and 25 oth-
who waited until he was -disabled er vehicles. Power wagons, have
to pay Social Security taxes, could- been used in putting out house
n't collect. Even paying three years fires, farm, buildings and others.
.back would still leave him two Airplanes play an important'
years short of having enough credit part in fire suppression. Florida
to qualify. The time.to-make -tax re- For.est "Service operates one plane
turns 'an dpay Social *Security tax- yearly, and in addition, four con-
es is when they afe due. trat panes ,operate -duri.ng fire
SSelf-employed people who have season, usually starting cia Decem-
not filed return-s have lost the right bar 1 and continuing through
to ,Social Security credits for all March.31.
years before 1957. Social Security Planes assist in directing crews
credits for 1957 will be lost if n3- on forest fires, also supplement the
degsary tax returns are 'not filed .towers in reporting fires.
-by Aplil 15, 1961. I Three weather stations are locat- A


For additional information,
or telephone your local Socia
cunity District Office at i135
prison Avenue, Panama City.
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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT'
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis. J. J.D I
more of 5.08 Ninth Street ann
the .birth 'of a. 'son, Robert. Al
March 9. The. hby was bo
the Port St. Joe Municipal B
tal.
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WHY GO TO CHURCH?
By Rev. GEORGE L. MILLER glad tidings to the lost world. That
Why go to church? That depends is how it was in the early days of
upon .who, you are. Nowhree in the church. But because moat be-
scripture dies God bid .the unsaved lievers fail In this responsibility
to go to church. He commands the unsaved can hear little about
them to receive His Son. Life is in God's saving grace unless he does
the Sn. Those who have the Son go to church. 'If you are still with-
have life and they are to take the out Christ then you should go to
church to hear what God commands
____' ____ you. You go to the doctor when
you are sick, to the mechanic when
you have car trouble, to a lawyer
for legal advice. You don't call the
plumber to operate on your child.
Then where God's Word is preach-
,, _ed is the place you should go to
hear God's will for your life.


However, if you have received
Jesus Christ as your own Saviour,
then you should go fto church for
what you can give. The local church
assmebly is a gathering of believ-
ers who offer up to God spiritual
[sacrifices of praise and thanksgiv-
,ing (Heb. 13:15-16). Here we wor-
Iship together with the saints and
sing praises 'to God our 'Father and


the Lord Jesus who redeemdr us. THE STAR, Port St Joe, FIe.


With such sacrifices God is well
pleased and the Father seeks such
to worship Him in spirit and in
truth (John 4.23):
If we are believers we should go
to church for what we can get. We
have fellowship with the Father
and the Son, and with every other
saint. Here God's Spirit takes the
Word and reveals the glories of
our Saviour. Through the Word He
convicts us of our sins and cleans-
es us; here is where God feeds us
and strengthens us. The nwe go
-back into the conflict with the same
world that nailed Him to the cross,
rjeoicing in Christ our Saviour. If
any more reason is needed, we go
to church "because God has com-
manded us 'to go. to 1-hurch (Heb.
10:25). Are you obeying this com-
mand? Whether youi come to hear,
or to give, or to get,-give God a
chance, see you in Church Sunday.

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COMPLETE FRONT END SERVICE

FRONT END ALIGNING ELECTRONIC WHEEL BALANCING ONLY TIRE
TRUEING MACHINE IN PORT ST. JOE

Mechanic On Duty At All Times

RADIATOR REPAIRS: Spring is here ... Now is the time to drain your anti-freeze
and check your cooling system for leaks for hot summer driving ahead. Complete
radiator repairs made here in our shop in just a few hours.


PATE'S Shell Service


223-25 Monument Ave.


Phone BAII 9-1291


THURSDAY, MARCH

LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR


16, 1961


Wesley R. Ramsey
Editor, The Star,
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Mr. Ramsey,
Upon the occasion of the dedica-
tion of the Victor Anderson Me-
morial Flagpole last Sunday, ou,.-
standing citizenship was displayed
by a large number of our younger
citizens.
'On a strictly volunteer basis,
each of these students of Mr. Her-
man Dean offered their time and
talent .to help 'solemnize ithe ma-
yor's dedication of this memorial
for which the 'many friends of Vic-
tor Anderson had contributed. The
music 'of our national hymn and
an-them admirably represented
these juAnor citizens, not ,only by
the importance of music for such
an occasion, but moreover by their
conspicuous spirit of civic concern
and cooperation.
The sympathy and substance
turned for years to their training
is not without evidence. Their par-
ents, teachers, ministers and .civic
leaders may well ,be proud of what
we ,see in these distinguished 18.
I wish to publicly commend
them, corporately and individually,
and Mr. Herman Dean who so pro-
fessionally has guided them: San-
dra Baxley, Kitty Jones, Ellen
Kennington, Jan 'Rawla, Carolyn
Smith. Patricia Williams, George
Boyer, Wayne Childers, George Du-
ren, Curtis Hammond, Jim John-
son, Howard Lovett, Tony Maige,
Ronald Mathis, Theron Russ, R od-
ne dSpaulding, Mickey Thompson
and 'Lindsey Thursbay.
Very .truly yours,
Father Paul Hogairty,
s.. Iasr, St. Jioseph's
Church, Port St. Joe, Fla.

Elementary Lunch
Room Menu


Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March .20
Beef 'hash, snap beans, spiced
beets, grapefruit sections, white
bread and 'milk.
Tuesday, March 21
Spaghetti and meat sauce, Eng-
lish peas, celery sticks, apple pie,
wheat bread and milk.
Wednesday, March 22
H dogs, ibutitered corn, cabbage
slaw, coconut cookies and milk.
Thursday, March 23
Liver, brown gravy,_;rice, butter-
ed apinach,j lettuce and tomato sal-
ad, hot biscuits, blackberry jelly
and milk.
Friday, March 24
Freashfish, ordhook lima beans,
spring salad, stewed prunes, corn
bread and milk.

Barbara Kerrigan
On Dean's List
Mrs. Michael Kerrigan (former
Lorine Mitchell), daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas J. Mitchell of
Po-t St. Joe and a member of the
senior class of Flora Macdoniald
College in ied Springs, N. C., has
been named -on the Dean's List for
the first college semester acoord-
ing to an announcement made re-
cently by Dr. Price H. Gwynn, Jr.,
Dean of thee College. The Dean's
List requires a grade average of
90-94.

BOOST PORT ST. JOEl
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Se&d The Sta? to a friend.

ON THE RADIO
MORNING

DEVOTIONS
Monday thru Friday
9:05 A.M.
With Local Ministers of the
Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
liance.
Presented As A -Public Service
By Your Local Radio Station
-WJOE.


Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Corner Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School .-- fO0:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday ___7:30 p.m.


P 1 Prayer Meeting


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Prices Good Wed. Noon March 15 thru Sat., March 18 -
Jo:n the Hundreds SAVING Every Day at.. .


PigglyUS S H igglyREEN STAMPS
LOW PRICES PLUS S & H GREEN STAMPS


P. B. Fancy
CHUCK
P. B. Fancy
SHOULDER


b. 45c


lb. 59c


P. B. Fancy
Round STEAK lb. 79c


P. B. Fancy
SIRLOIN


lb. 79c


FRESH 3 LBS.
Ground' BEEF $1.19
LARGE SIZE (Limit 1 at this price)


TIDE 25
LaRutta-12 Oz.
CORNED BEEF 49c
Eatwell or Van Camp
TUNA FISH can 19c,
MAXWELL HOUSE-LB. TIN


COFFEE


49c


Limit 1 at this price with $5.00 Order


3 LB. CAN


Snowdrift


69c


COCK-O-THE'-WAL SPICED-No. 2/2 CAN


Peaches


GET

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SWING of SPRING


INTO YOUR
CAR .


Spring Service Specials


In the Spring, a SMART man's fancy should turn to thoughts of his car.
Whether your car is new or old, this is ahe 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 fan .belt and adjust
( ) Check water pump
( ) heck gaskets
Spring Engine Tune-Up
) Check compression
Clean, adjust spark plugs
replace itf necessary
Check distributor points,
replace if necessary
Check condenser
Clean carburetor 'bowl
and strainers
Adjust carburetor
Tune motor scientifically


Spring Lubrication
( ) Change to summer oil
( ) Check shock absorbers
( ) Clean or replace air filter
( ) Check oil filter-replace
element if necessary
( ) Check luhe in transmission,
fill -to proper level
( ) Check lue 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
) Inspect 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


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6 CYL.
CARS


15.95


WITH THIS ADVERTISEMENT


8 CYL.
CARS


20.95


WITH THIS ADVERTISEMENT


LABOR ONLY MATERIAL AND PARTS ARE EXTRA
Please bring this advertisement for mechanic's check-off list

St. Joe Motor Company


PHONE 7-3737


322 MONUMENT AVE.


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Sweet POTATOES 39c


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Tomatoe Juice


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2 cans 33c


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VINEGAR Qt. hot. 27c
Huit'is Tomato-8 oz. can
SAUCE canl10c
DelMo~te Evaporatedl-Medium
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TABLERITE FULL FLAVOR BEEF

T- Bone
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APPLE SAUC
2 Cans 37c


Strickland's Pure Pork
Country
SM 0 KED
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Lb. 59 C


DAIRY FEATURES
PILLSBURY or BALLARDS SEALTEST
CANNED BISCUITS I ICE C REAM
5 Cans 49c 1/2 Gal. 89c
FROZEN FOODS
6 OZ. CANS IGA Cream Style-10 Oz. Pkg.
ORANGE JUICE 3 cans 59c Golden ORN
APPLE, CHERRY or PEACH olden CORN'
FRUIT PIES 20 oz. 39c 5 pkgs. 99c


C.abbagea
Firm, solid heads of
selected early
cabbage. Tender
with'fine flavor for
cole slaw. lb


GOLDEN RIPE
Bananas
U.S. NO. 1 SIZE 'A' WHITE
Potatoes
Prices Effective March 15,


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10 LBS.
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School Teachers Assemble


For Annual Meeting of FEA

TATTAHASSEE--The big push for teacher pay raises gets underway in Jacksonville
at noon today. .4
That's when some 8,000 to 10,000 schoolteachers and school administrators assemble
for the annual meeting of the Florida Education Association.
Pay raises for teachers--and county school superintendents as well-are at the top of
the agenda for the FEA gathering, which cones off less than three weeks prior to conven-
ing of the 1961 Legislature.


The 'FEA has prepared some
ammunition for Its salary raise of-
fensive in Its program action com-
mittee report. When adopted, it
will become the FEA's legislative


Because of this, few have an real
hopes that the Legislature will pro-
vide as much as a $750-a-teacher
average.


program. So far the teachers have gotten
$750 Yearly Ralse little encouragement from the men
The committee report says Flor- who have to provide th efunds-
ida must boost average teacher the Legislature and Gov. Frarris
salarise by about $750 a year to Bryant.
restore -the state to the national Gov. Bryant has said 'he was
level it occupied in 1957. sympathetic to demands for teach-
In 1957 the Legislature wrote a er pay raises but he also has said
package school program which he thought the state should opera'.e
lifted Florida teacher salaries to the next two years without any tar
12th position nationally. The FEA increases. Senate President-Desg:
says that ,because other states have nate Randolph Hodges aInd House
made progress in this field since Speaker-Designate William V.
then while Florida 'has -doe noth- Chappell, Jr., have echoed the econ-
ing, this state has slipped to 25th omy talk.
position. Money Unusually Tight
Whether the FEA will write this moneyy is unusually tight this
$750 as a goal in the 1961 Legisla- yea with revenues run i Ag :ess
ture will depend upon action at the tha.i expected due to the national
three-day gathering. recession, th airline ftrlie and


er.
Federal aid for schools is a big-
ger factor in the Florida picture
this year than ever before, and
probably will enter in'o the legis-&
lative discussions. I
The bill which President Ken-
nedy is recommending would pro-'
vide $19,12'0,968 in federal funds
during fiscal 1962; $23,494,752 dur-
ing fiscal 1963 and $28,120,464 dur-
ing fiscal 1964.
For Two Purposes
The bill in its present form would
allow ;tha states to use this money
for school buildings or teacher sal-
aries and no state matching funds
would be required.
State School Supt. Thomas D.
Bailey said if -the 1961 Legislature,
doesn't provide necessary funds -to
finance the ,schools, federal -aid
would be 'the 'only answer.


$10 Million Needed other economic reverses. a H'endersouu, BXec.UIVB Uc Ax-
It would require $10 million to However, State Budget Director tor of the FEA, 'said that ithe rela-
finance a $100 annual across-the- Harry G. ,Smith said .the general tive positions -of the states would
board pay ,raise for Florida's 40,- outlook for the next two year per- not be changed with federal aid and
000 schoolteachers. iod starting July 1 appears bright- Florida still would experience loss


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of teachers.
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of Florida during the summer and
fall of 1959. The FEA said many
taechers have to hold a second job
in order to provide a living for
their families.
Teacher salary raises have pro-1
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islatures during the past 10 years.
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cb.ange .to pink blossoms, if lime
is added to the 'soil.
How much lime? That depends
on the acidity of'.the soil. Try a
pound of hydrated lime to a bushel-
basket size dooryard plant and
much smaller amount for potted
plants. For full color change, a sec-
ond application may !be needed.
To change pink hydrangeas to
blue, mix three ounces of al'aminum
sulfate in a gallon of water. Soak
th plant roots with -this solaLion.
If the blue has not developed in a
few days, give the plant -another
shot of the acid chemical.
Hydrangeas do 'best in partial
shade. This is another tip from hor-
ticulturists with the 'University of
Florida Agricultural Extension Ser-
vice. Also, if .they develop yellow
leaves this spring, it's probably
iron chlorosis.
To correct chlorosis add. four
ounces of ferrous sulfate to five
gallons of water and apply to the
'soil at the rate of one-half gallon
'per large plant.
MULCHES
Warm weather always brings
weeds. Extension -Service special-
ista say the best way to fight .them
is with a mulch. And there's hard-
ly a plant tha-t will not thrive bet-
ter with a protective ground cover.
Mjldches also conserve 'moisture,
keep plant roots cooler during the
,heat of summer and prevent a
build-up of pesky nematodes that
gnaw on roo.s.
Any type of mulch will do. Use
' what's available, such* as leaves,
pine straw or even peanu t hulls.
Mulch all the plants-annual and
shrubs alike. It will save hours of
pulling weeds this summer.
It's all right .to -mulch doorya-rd
citrus trees, provided the mulch is
kept about 12 inches away from
the 'trunk. Citrus trees are apt to
.take a root rot If trash is banked
against ,the 'tree.
A band of fingernail size gravel
is one way -of solving the mulch
problem near the citrus trunk. A
circle fo gravel around other .trees
in -the yard will keep them from
getting their shins barked by the
lawn mower
CUTTINGS
It's an excellent time to make
cuttings of a multitude of things.
Poinsettia, Ixora, ligustrum, azalea,
croton and viburnum are just a few
plants that you'll have good luck
rooting.
Locate the cutting bed in a shady
spot. Sand is .the most widely used
propag.ating material. It mnay not
be the best, (but it's the cheapest.
Most ornamentals form heavy
root systems more quickly in cut-
ting mediums containing acid peat.
Only experience wil Ishow you the
best mediums for the different
plants.
When choosing cuttings remem-
ber that ease of rooting increases
the nearer the cuttings are taken
to the root system, provided the
plant piece is in an acceptable
stage of semi-hardy growth.
If you want to keep spring an-
nuals blooming another month,
keep the mature flowers cut. If al-
lowed .to go to seed, it's all over.
To keep those dime-a-piece toma-
-to plants protected from cutworms,
try wrapping a paper collar around
the stem. Insert the collar into the
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Sor. y, Tho B THURSDAY, MARCH 16, I.18
LA R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. R. W. HENDERSON 3t
FOR RENT: 2 furnished apart- floors. Glassed in sun porch and M., 2nd and 4th.Mondays. All visit- City Auditor and Clerk 3-2
ments. 1506 Long Ave. Call BAll carport. 6 mos. old on two lots. Pay Ing brothers welcome.
7-5426. 2tp-3-16 small equity and take VA loan. Call John H. Dickey, High Priest NOTICE OF REGULAR
648-4445. 2tp-tc-3-2 Joel Lovett, Secretary MUNICIPAL ELECTION
FOR RENT: 3 nturnlshed houses 1961, Notice ishereby given that the
at St. Joe Beahe 1 3bedroo= FOR SALE: Three bedroom insulat- 1961. Notice is hereby given that the
ed home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 100' The polls will open at 8: 00 o'clock First Primary for the office of two
and 2 2-bedroom. See L W. Duran x ot, garbage disposa, TV A.M. and close at 7:00 o'clock P.M., (2) City Commissioners, One (1) in
or phone 7-8171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12 ten, all blinds, living roosam drTapn-es Eastern Standard Time. Group Three and one (1) in Group
or phone 7-d171 Oir 7-When there are more than two Four will be held at the Ci'y Hall
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or nla te possession, call BAed.I e7-211. candidates for any one office and Fire Station in the City of Port St.
apartment. Furnished or u rate neither shall receive a majority of Joe, Florida on Tuesday, April 4,
prtet. Call F 7 rN21ids or 91481r ENJOY A NEW HOME the total votes cast for such office,
alhed. Oa 7-8321 days or 9-1481 10% Down-$75 Month then another election shall be held
at night. Mrs. Shirey. tte-10-6 This modern 2 bedroom, 1% bath one week from the date of the first CLASSIFIED) ADS
home, handy to beach, offers many election, or April 11, 1961, at which
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished custom built extras you will really time the two candidates receiving Midget Investments With
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. apreciate. Full price only $9,875; the largest number of votes in the _,a Reurs
Phone 7-5771. tfc-12-29 will consider your vacant lot as former election shall be voted on
FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs part payment. See pink house on again._
apartment. Adu-.s only. Phone Rachel Drive in Mexico Beach. R. W. HENDERSON 3t
7.4511. Mrs. Charles Brown. tfc Owner next door. Phone 648-3205. City Auditor & Clerk 3-9
FOR RENT: Two' houses on Long WANTED: Sewing, dresses, cur- NOTICE
Avenue facing Elementary school. tansbedspreads, made to your Notice is hereby given that it
Phone 7-5471, Mrs. Nora Duren. tfc order. Mrs.. J. B. Ward, 1305 Wood- will 'be my intention to apply to the
\ ward Ave. 4tc-3-2 1961 Session of the Florida Legis-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- lature for the passage of a Spedial TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
ed house, 503 ThirdSt. Sam Neel, FOR BREAKING GROUND and -
Pedhoune 7-5903 Third St. Sam Net disciing also power spraying for Act providing annual supplemental OPEN DAILY. 2:45 P.N.
shrubbery and truit -trees. Phone pay for the Circuit Judge resident
FOrEN:Funshdaarmet.-82,in Gulf County, Florida, said an- SATURDAY 12:;i P.M
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. 7-8622. nual supplemental pay shall be in ------------
Call BAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far- addition to the salary paid by the THURSDAY FRIDAY
mer. itfc-2-16 FOR SALE: 4 new VA houses on State of Florida and to be paid out
Cypress Ave. Nearly completed. of 'the general revenue fund of Gulf G* L L
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house on No down payment. Just closing County, Florida and shall be paid GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA
6th St. Phone 7-7511. -2-2 costs for qualified veteran. PRID- in equal monthly installments.
FOR RENT GaraGe apartme, GBON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 This 9 day of March, 1961. 4t YVES MONTAND
furnished. 2 bedrooms; 1015 Mon.. OLA DENTON
Ave. Small children not .preferred MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann- The FUSE
because of dangerous -driveway. ing to move across town or NOTICE
$65 a month. Call 7-7396.. Mrs. B. C. across country? Call us for free es- Notice is hereby given of my in- and the
Gaillard, 1009 Mon. Ave.. timates. Representatives for May- tention to apply to the 1961 Session FLAME...
flower, experienced and qualified, of the Florida' Legislature for the
FdR RENT: Small 2 bedroom SURPLUSe ES of ST. JOE 112 passage of a Special Act providing
house, unfurnished, at 910 Wood- Mon. Ave., Phone 7-051. an annual supplemental pay for
ward Ave. -$45 mo. Available by each of the Circuit Judges of the
March 10. Call BAll 7-3661. tfc3-2 COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING SER. Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of
VICE for small businesses. See Florida. Said annual supplemental
FOR RENT: Available March 10, 1 Alden Farris, 528 6th St. or phone jipay to be in addition to the .salary .
.furnished 'bedroom and private BAll 9-2636. 4tp-2-23 Iprovided by the State of Florida
bath. Stella Farris, 528 corner 6 h and shall be paid out of the general
St. 'and Woodward 'Ave. Phone RUBBER STAMPS revenue fund of Bay, Calhoun, Gulf,
9-2636. Day worker preferred. 2tp Made daily. Also water-applied Holmes, Jackson and Washington
FOR SALE decals. Southern Decal Co., Box Counties, in the proportion that the
FO dr houLE with a 742 Springfield Station, Panama population of each of said counties
Thfloors, bree bedroom houswa'are cerwh oak City, Phone PO 3-1647. bears to the total population of the
tile bath on 90 x 165 ft. lot. Price LPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call urteenth udtest official Circuit, accord-wide
only $10,700. Buy squity for $3,300. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for census, w th l stid oafual supple-i
and assume mortgage for balance 1iick expert service. tc mental salary shall be paid in SATURDAY NLY
with interest at 4Yz%. No closing
cost, no discount. saving money see us for anything equal monthly installments. -
A large, three bedroom house you need in your home. STOP and This 9th day of March, 1961. 4t
with family room and living room, SWAP SHOP. MRS. OLA DENTON
1% baths, central heat, air condi-
tioned. Will sell for $17,000. We can WILLS V. ROWAN, POST 116, REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
assist you in financing. THE AMERAN LEGION, Meet- REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS nf
FRANK & DOT'S AGENCY ing second and fourth Tuesday FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION GREAT
Registered Real Estate Broker nights, 8:90 p.m. American Legion The City Registration books will PLAINS
221 Reid Ave. 2t BAIl 7-3491 Home. open at 900 A.M., Wednesday I NDIAN
H Ir r March 15, 1961 at. the office of the WARS!
FOR SALE: 6 lots in Beaty Subdi- THERE WILL BE a regular corn City Clerk at-the Citi Hall. Those
vision in White City.Inquire at imunication of Port St. Joe Lodge wishing to register as voters for the
Union Finance Co. tc-3-2 No. 111, F&AM every first ane Municipal Election primary to be
Union Finace Co. c-- ird Thursday at 8:00 p.m. held on April 4, 1961 may register
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom stucco "- between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and
home. Centrally heated' and air 12:00 Noon, and from 1:00 P.M. to
conditioned. Complete with .kitchen 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday
and laundry equipment. 901 Garri- JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M. and from 9:00 A.M. 'to 12:00 Noon iID
son Avenue. Ph. 7-4491. tfc-1-19 BILLY JOE RICH, See. on Saturday, beginning March 15,
All Master Masons cordially invited and continuing through 12:00 Noon,
Marketing Oak Grove. 4tp-ee hour. Cut your lawn and let me time the registration books will
man Stripng. 4tp-3-2 orry with upkeep of mower. Gulf close. All persons who have regis-: JEFF CHANDLER
s service Station Aubrey R. Tomlin termed as electors in the City of Port FAITH DOMERGUE
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on ServiceStation, Aubrey Tomln- Joes Fbruary41959are AItH ER
corner lot. Hardwood floors, in- .n. Phone 7-7501. not required to re-register. Citizens
sulated. $8,800. Can obtain FHA fi- noftheqUnied Stateegistr.itienas
nancing. 302 16th St, Call Pridgeone AMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. of the United States for the past
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Thursday, 7:30 'p.m in American of the City of Port St. Joe for six .
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about finger prints and consequent- against the type business he knows
of Crime Detection 17y, everybody avoids leaving them". best.
As an example Nixon gave a story "Many factors go into catching
sheriff's department stymied for a of a group of young boys who bur the criminal of today with the
period of time. After the crin als glarized 'several residences in Bay most effort expended in staying a
were finally apprehended it ws'. Cou*y. One of the culprits, a nine- Jump or two ahead of he criminal."
learned that a ;brother of one. of year-old boy, asked, "How did you
those arrested had taken- a ccu;se catch us? We didn't leave any fin-
in criminology at Florida State ger prints. See, I've pricked up my Paul James Farmer of 1920 Wal-
University. The brother had reveal- fingers so the prints couldn't be ker St., Augusta, Ga., has been ill
ed some of the modern methods of taken." Nixon said the .boy had for about two monaths but is re-
catching criminals and .the boy had scarred 'up his fingers with a pin ported improved. He is a former
corp minted his crimes methodically so as ,to 'make his prints useless. resident of Port St. Joe 'and the
avoiding the steps that would get Nixon said the most used method son' of Mrs.-Paul Farmer of 'this
him caught uaider 'the methods of catching criminals is the-obser- city.
revealed from 4the FSU course. vance of their method ,of operation. --
Nixon said that contrary to popu- He said a criminal-will ,stick .to the Bena "he Star To A Friend


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


St. Andrew Group
Visits Kiwanis Club

A delegation from the St. An-
drew Kiwamis Club was guest of
the local club Tuesday and brought
an interesting program along with.
then
Visiting from St. Andrew were:
L., J. Ryals, who conducted the
meeting: Horace Thorne, Clarence
Ware, Gene Stbwart, Dr. Shackle-
ford, 'Ray Lewis, Rev. Schneider,
,and Jack .Schroeder.
For the program, Schnoeder, who
is manager of ,television station
WJHG in Panama City showed a
film that he had taken of .the Olym-
pic Games in Rome, Italy in August
of 1960.
Shroeder commenLed that there
were 112,001 people in the giant sta-
dium on opening day. The film
'also showed 'the olympic village .the
Italian-s had built especially for
the games at a cost of some $3 mil-
lion. He also offered the opinion
that the reason the American team.
made such a poor showing wa's be-
cause they .were overonfident and
out of condition.
'Other guests of 'the club were Mr.
McNeill ,of Tallahassee; Joe Wha-i
ley, president of the Plort St. Joei
High School Key- Club and Edward
Smith of Auburn University.

Candidates Picked,
Ia. "DAnnU Oi-ianm"


riUE I u3jp Iymuee Cancer's danger signals. In 'that
case, see your physician promptly.
Pam Burc'h, Carol Parker, Penny Not all cancers are alike. They
Moore, Vicky McGill and Charlotte 'differ in type, rate of growth and
Marshall 'are the ,girls named from response to treatment. But, the
ithe "Legionettes" as contenders American Cancer Society explains,
for "Miss Poppy" of Port St. Joe. most cancers 'have one thing in
Containers with girls names at- common: they're -most curable
tached are -now In each of ;the gro- when diagnosed and treated early.
cery stores and in other business Every .two minutes, cancer kills
establishments in Port St. Joe. A a man, woman or child in the
penny a vqte.is required. I United States. According to 'the
The girl receiving the 'most mon- American Cancer Society, many of
ey in hei container will be named .these deaths could 'be 'prevented !by
"Miss Poppy". Votes may be cast early diagnosis and treatment.
,until April 1.- Vote as many times
as you wish for, the 'girl iof your
choice, ..
All money received from this ac- 1 I 7
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Garden Club Fashion
Show ls Success "

The ,Spring Fashion. Show held
by 'the Port St. Joe Garden Club,
was held with 'the-. cooperation of
the following stores last .Thursday
night: Boyles Department Store,
The Bungalow Shop, Cositin's De-
partment Store, Fashion Fair, Mex-
ico Beach Store, Prince and Prin-
cess Shop and Pylant's Men and
Boy's Wear. The show was a huge
success.
Through 'the ,hard work. of club
members assisted by their hus-
bands and -many others, a beauti-
ful setting was .provided. Attractive.
.displays of new- Spring merchan-
.dise were 'placed along each side of
the room. Models were.shown from
[a stage of classic beauty.
The following committees were
in charge. Stage Design, Mrs. Her-
berit Brouilette; Tickets,. Mrs. Fen-
non Talley and Mrs. Robert Kerri-
gan; Posters, Mrs. Paul Blount;
Publicity, 'Mrs. J. C. Arbogast; Re-
freshments, Mrs. Thomas Moon
and Mrs. Chauncey Costin; Flower
Arrangements; Ticket table and
membership table, Mrs. 'Terry Hi-
note; Stage, Mrs. H. W. Griffin
and Mrs. Carl Armstrong; Door
Prizes, Mrs. Harry Forehand; Pub-
lic Address Installation, Robert I
Sidlwell; Music, 'Radio Station
WJOE; Commentary ,by, Mrs. Con-'
rad Williams; Directed by Mrs.
Joseph Hendrix.
The members of the Garden Club
wish to -thank all who assisted in
any way to make this occasion a
success.

Bankers To Meet
In Bal Harbor

Bal Harbour-A registration of
more than 1,000 bankers 'and -their
i wivea from all sectionsn f Florida


HBg !e is expected when the 67th Annual
Convention of the Florida Bankers
Association ,opens at he Americana
Hotel March 22, it was announced
here this week by W. R. Barnett,
President of ithe Association and
President Barnett National, Bank,
:Jacksonville. The annual meeting
will continue through March 23,
24 and 25 with a full schedule ofI
pE meetings of divisions and commit-
tees and stwo general business ses-
RON sionis. G. A. Keller, President North
Shore Bank, Miami Beach, is Gen-
eral Convention Chairman.
095 Expected to attend from the
'Florida National Bank at Poit St.
Joe are Mr. and Mrs. Walter C.
Dod'son.


There is no "miracle" .cure for
cancer, according ito the American
Cancer Society. Of the more -than
a million cured cases -on record, all
have been treated by surgery or
radiation, the only approved medi-
cal methods.
"Wonder" doctors using secret
methods, gadgets or medicines may
promise to cure cancer, but there's
no proven oase *on record to support
,their claim's, according to 'the
Amerioan Cancer Society.
The American Cancer Society or-
ganized Its research program in
1945. Since then it has devoted
about $85,000,000 to support scien-
tists attempting to solve the can-
cer problem.
Since 1945, according to a recent
American Cancer Society report,
facilities or cancer treatment in
.the United ,States have more than
doubled.



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FLORIDA'S ""'
CITRUS GROVES,
STRUNG OUT... -
WOULD MAKE A MILE-WIDE BELT 1,000
MILES LONG. THIS MYTHICAL BAND OF
40 MILLION TREES COULD REACH FROM JACKSONVILLE .TO
PENSACOLA, VIA MIAMI, FORT MYERS AND TAMPA.

S.Florida Phosphate...
A VITAL PLANT FOOD,
S ENRICHES GROVES,
FARMS AND PASTURES
THE WORLD-AROUND.
WITHOUT PHOSPHATE
(PHOSPHORUS), CROPS
WON'T GROW, ANIMALS








WH ATKIND OF

@ @ffARE YOU?


t y ^ ": r';j':ALEXANDER THE GREAT'SS INVIl&cBLE MACEDON-
IAN WARRIORS WERE CAU6H- BY T-EIR. OWN CHIN
// S '-- i WHISKERS IN A BATTLE WITH BEAROLnES E6YPTIANS.
FURIOUS, ALEXANDER ORDERED HIS MEN TO CUT
OFF THEIR POoHNSC 6REEKI;eARD) WITH THEIR
( BROADSWORDS.
MUSEUM RECORDS INDICATE THE NORTH /
AMERICAN INDIAN HAD NO 5HAVINg
PRkO6LEM TO REMOVE HIS STUBBLE THE
WARRIOR. REACHED FOR A CLAM SHELL AND
YANKED OUT HIS SCRAGGLY BEAD. (THAT'S
HOW HE BECAME KNOWN AS A"BRAVEV.) A


Pictured above is the automobile belonging to Karl Marshall, Jr.,
which turned over last Saturday morning about 3:30 a.m. on the We-
wahitchka highway just North of Port St. Joe.
(Photo ,by Andy Jordan)


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THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1961


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,Half the men, women and chil-
,dren in .the United States who get
cancer could ,be saved through
early diagnosis and treatment,'ac-
cording to the American Cancer
Society.
How often should you have a
health .checkup for cancer? Once
a year, -the American Cancer So-
ciety says, -unless you have any of