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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 23, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchantal


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


THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961


City Commission Incumbents SmallGroup
SShows Up for


Gain Opponents For Seats Legislation Meet


Registration of candidates for the April 4 City
Primary election is now complete. Both incum-
bants drew opposition on the last day of quali-
fying.
Seeking the Commission seat in Group Three
will be incumbent 1. C. 'Nedley, a veteran on the
City Commission and 0. C. Dykes, making his
first try at seeking a public office. Dykes is man-
ager of the Piggly Wiggly Super Market.
In Group Four, incumbent 1. W. Duren will
seek his second full-term on the Board. He was
appointed in 1958 to complete the unexpired term
of Franklin W. Chandler, who moved from the
City. He was re-elected unopposed in 1959 for his
first full term. Duren will be opposed by M. B.
(Bob) Phillips, another newcomer to Port St. Joe
politics. Phillips is an employee of Michigan
Chemical Company.
Watson Smith had qualified to seek election
in Group Number Four, but withdrew from the
race yesterday morning.
Pollholders were selected for the =Primary


Election in Tuesday night's Commission meeting.
It was voted by the Commission to provide two
sets of pollholders to speed up the voting and
counting procedure for this election. Pollholders
selected were Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs. R. H. Brin-
son, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, Mrs. T. J. Braxton, Mrs.
.Aarian McCall, Mrs. Durel Brigman, Mrs. Walter
Johnson and Mrs. Robert Kerrigan. P. J. Lovett
was selected to serve as bailiff.
Prospective voters in City elections have un-
til this Saturday, March 25 at noon to register to
vote. All newcomers to the City of Port St. Joe
who have not registered are eligible to vote in
City elections provided' they have been a resident
of the 'State of Florida and the City of Port St.
Joe for at least six months. Voters must be 21
years of age or over. Prospective voters should
register with the City Auditor and Clerk, R. W.
Henderson, at the City Hall during the regular
business hours, 8:30 to 12:00 noon and 1:OC to
5:00 p.m. weekdays and from 8:30 a.m.. to 12:00
noon on Saturday.


CANCER DIRECTORS MEET-Pi.:tured above iLls th Beard of Directors of the Gulf County Chapter,
American Cancer Society 'which met at -the. Florida National Bank at Port: St. Joe last Friday afler-
noon. The directors' are mapping for the 1961 fund drive. From left to right are: Walter Dodson, Mrs.
Edna Rowell,_ J. C. Belin, Dr. Conrad 'Williams, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. John Sowers and Mrs. Her-
bert Brown. (Star photo)

Gulf Cancer Society Lays Plans To Raise $2,500.00 In

Fund Campaign Activities Beginning in Month of April

By MRS. WAYNE HENDRIX I
Publicity Chairman Pla Complete
J. C. Belin, chairman of the Gulf County Chapter, Amer-
ican Cancer Society, announced at the Spring Board Meeting For Annual
of the Gulf County chapter that a horse show for the benefit
of the Cancer Fund Drive will be held in Wewahitchka Sat- io,..n Talent S
urday, May 6 at the baseball park, beginning at 7:00 p.m., LIOns Talent Show
Wewahitchka time.
Final plans are complete for the
EDntries lo pcall -andf 1rn ,a n .T- ro f- '


rounding areas are 'expected. Hot c D
-dogs, 'hamburgers and ,drinks will i y C-
be sold. NowTo $736.58
Present at this board ,meeting,
which was held at 'the Florida Na-
tional Bank on March 17 were: :R. W. Henderson, auditor of the
Mrs. Edna' Rowell, executive direc- Boy Scout Fund Drive told The
tor of ithe information center of,this Star yesterday that ihe drive has
district; Mrs. Herbert Brown, Mrs. le-n boosted .since last week to a
John Sowevs, J. C. Belin, Walter total of'$736.58. This figure is just
Dodson, Dr. Conrad Williams and under half of 'the goal -set for Gulf
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix. County.
April. 14 is 'the 'date designated Henderson said that some funds
for the house to house canvas for are still to come in and he pre-
the Cancer Fund Drive in Port St. dicts that the drive will come to
Joe. The Wewahitchka .drive will a little over. $1,000 at the final re-
'be conducted on April 11. No kick- porting.
off break fasit will be held this year
in Port. St. Joe. Drive Chairman Otis Pye. urges
The fund drive quota for Gulf all crive captains to tura: in their
County this year has 'been set at collections to Henderson as, soon
$2,5.00.00, which, is an increase 'of as T'ossible so that a final repioating
$5'00.00 .over last year. miay ,be .made. -
Dr. Williams and Mr. Belin for- The Scout Drive goal is $1,60.0.00.
''mulalted plans for presenting can- -
cer programs to the various civic SENIOR CLASS SPONSORING
organizations. CAR WASH SATURDAY
Anyone interested in working in
,the Crusade is asked to contact The .Senior Class of the.Por. St.
Mrs. Paul Fensom, House to House Joe High School is sponsoring a
Campaign. chairman. oar wash'Saturday from 8:00 a.m.
*- to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. to
Mexico Beach Names 4:00 p.m. at the Centennial Build-
New Slate of Officers ilg.
Tickets may be purchased from
At a meeting held Monday eve- any member of the Senior C'ass
ning, March 20, by the Mexico h' $1.00. There will be pick-up and
Beach Business Association, new delivery. if desired.
officers were elected .'o .serve for -
the coming year. Indiana Visitors
'Elected were: James A. Mapes, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stanton- of
president; Olen Hayes, vice presi- Muncie, Indiana are visitors this
dent; Eddie Crooms, treasurer and week 'of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bea-
Pat Kelly, secretary. 'man lon Garrison Avenue.


St. Joe ii'on's Club's annual Talent
Show. According to J. T. Simpson,
show director, this year's 'talent
show -should be better and cover a
wider range of talent 'than any
show of the past. This year's show
will 'be divided into three divisions,
Elementary ,school, High School
'and adult, with winners from each
receiving a prize.
Many .nave probably noticed the
posters around 'town advertising
this show. These posters were made
for th eLions Club by the art clas-
ses at the Port St. Joe High ,School.
These posters will also be judged
with 'the first three wina'ens receiv-
ing prizes.
The .show will be presented from
i;he Port St. Joe Elementary School
,on Friday, March 31 at 8:00 p.m..
For advanced 'tickets see any
member of 'the St. Joe Lion's Club
lor get your +tickets at the door.
Admission is $1.00 for adults .and
50c for children. All proceeds will
'go .to 'the Club's welfare fund.


Jaycees Will

Sponsor Rally

The Port St.- Joe Jaycees will
sponsor a political -rally and fish
fry, Saturday, April 1 at 5: 00 'p.m.
on th'e corner 'of Reid Avenue and
Fifth Street.
The Jaycees have invited the four
City candidates to speak at this
,time and will serve a fish supper
for $1.00 a plate.
Tickets will go on sale about the
first. of the week 'by Jaycee mem-
bers.


JR- AL


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA


NUMBER 26


City Agrees To Furnish




Site For Scout Buildi ng


Group of Citizens To Erect Building

Behind Recreation Center In Park

Mayor J. L. Sharit presided over the City Commission
meeting Tuesday night for.the first time since his illness in
December of last year. A full quorum was present to hear
several requests from as many groups of citizens concerning
recreation matters for the summer in the City of Port St.
Joe. Foremost on the agenda was a request from a represen-
tative group from scouting organizations in Port St. Joe for
a site to locate a permanent Scout building.
Chauncey Costin 'acted as spokes.-
man for about 5'0 adult Scouters Costin stated 'thaJt ithe Recreation
and Scouts from the Boy .Scouts, Center was perfect for the youth
Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and Brown- of ,the City but would not 'suit the
ie .Scouts. Costin also represe&ied Scout needs 'because of equipment
,the Port St. Joe Rotary Club, spoin- ,storage needed by the Scouts and
sor of Boy and Cub Scout Troops permanent facilities that must be
in Port St. Joe. placed .in their headquarters. Cos-
Costin told 'the Commission that tin said that ithe building of a
the Rotary Club was ,desirous of Scout building would nol. be ia fi-
building a new Scout building in nancial burden since his commit-
Port St. Joe Ito (serve all the Scout-- tee already had the finances pledg-
ing activities. Costin lauded the ed.
City Commission for facilities .al-
ready provided 'fot the youth of the Commissioner Nedley said that
City, but stated that the City would he had inspected the site back of
not be called on to furnish any the Recreation Center with J. C.
not be called on too .furnis-h any Belin (chairman of the building
construction in ths projecIt. Behn (,hairma of the building
C th om so t -committee but absent from the
.Costin told the Commission that a, metin. ad di.cu,,. s ne d
i~~n Pft~~~t~lity i ann -liOniic.or lit r~-.r


A small crowd of some half
dozen persons was on hand Tues-
day night to discuss local legis-
lation with Representative Ce-
cil G. Costin.
Only two pieces of legislation
was discussed during the hour.
R. H. ElIzey officially opposed
a local bill to give Circuit Judges
a raise in pay to be paid for out
of county general fund money.
Elizey said, "I am not against
the Judges receiving more mon-
ey, but 1 don't think it should
come from county funds, since it
would be a continuing fund and
the county would be bound for
this support."
ElIzey went on to point out that
the judges were already receiving
$13,500.00 a year from the state
and $1,500.00 a year from local
money, which was on a par with
other Circuit Judges throughout'
the state. Ellzey pointed out that
the State Cabinet officers now
made only $2,000 a year more
than our Circuit Judges.
Costin told Elizey that he was
sure. the Legislature would not
raise the Judge's salary. He felt
that the first salary raises would
go to the school teachers, but that.
lack of revenue would probably
prevent any raises at all.
The other topic under conver-
sation was a request by J. C.
Arbogast to give the County
Commisison zoning powers. His
reason for requesting this Legis-
lation was due to unsanitary and
unfair building practices in the
Beach area. Arbogast felt that
this area should be protected by
such restrictions.
-.

New Industry Going

Up On Gulf Co. Canal

.-t-AffwSx uV usv- though. a smo l
one-is beingg 'built' near Pon. St.
Joe on ithe bahks ,of the Gulf Coun-
ty Canal ,this week.
Carl Raffield and sons have un-
der. construction, ,the Raffield Fish-
eries, Inc. The new industry will
include docking facilities 'and .pack-
ing facilities .to handle fish and
shrimp. They will .conduct a retail
and wholesale business.
The .new. business is located ona
the Northwest bank ,of the Gulf
County Canal.


Dempsey Barron Predicts Legislature

To Haggle Over Reapportionment Issue


State Senator Dempsey Barron of
Panama City spoke to the Port St
Joe Rotary Club last Thursday on
his views about the coming Legis-
lature 'and the position that gov-
ernment must regain to provide a
needed service for the citizens.
Dempsey made the flat stattement
that there would be no additional
taxes .come out of the 1961 session
of the Legislature. Barron base-I
N1is statement' on the Governor's
cotiintu-ent ,to hold 'the 'ax. li.e-s
and the feelings along these lines
shared 'by other legislators.
On the matter of reapportionment
Barron predicted that this would ,be
one -of the hottest problem's of cthe
Legislature. He personally favored
67 Senators, but doubted if such
a bill would pass this 'session. He
predicted that ,reapportionment
would be affected with 46 Senators
coming 'out 'of the action.
Barron said that lie as 'a lone
Senator was not prepared 'to give
the balance of power to iany section


Three new directors were elect-
ed by 'mie Rotary Club Thursday to
serve for ,a two year term. Those
elected were: Silas R. Stone, B.
Roy Gibson, Jr., and Herbert C.
Brown.


Raffield Hired

By Mexico To

Teach Fishing

The "Four Lads" a fishing boat
owned by Carl Raffield of Highland
View and operated by two of his
boys, Gene and Harold is due to
arrive in Mexico .this week to work
with ithe Mexican Government.
Raffield's boat 'and his boys have
been hired by .the Mexican Govern-
ment :to teach them 'to catch nack-
erel in .greater numbers. Raffield
said the Mexican fishermen use
lighter boats and ,tackle 'than he


of the Scouts with him. H.e felt that
the facility was -needed.
Mayor .Sharit offered !the obser-
vation that 'this matter was brought
up some .time ago, and at that 'time
he had the same opinion as that
of- Commissioner Smith. The Mayor
stated that since that time he had
studied the matter further and had
changed hi.smind. He then offered
the Scout Committee a building in,
Apalaschicola,- -oned by 'the A.N.
lRailroad Company or- use :as a'
Scout 'building aand offered. 'to ac-
company the committee 'to Apala-
chicola to inspect -the building.
Commissioner Fra nk Hannon


Dr. Joe Hendrix

Heads Committee

Dr. Joe Hendrix has been named
Chairman of the General Commit-
itee for the Every Member Visita-
ition for 'the First Methodist Church
of Port St. Joe. This program be-
gins immediately and will culmin-
ate with Loyalty Sunday ,on April
3.0 and visitation the first week in
May.
Dr. Hendrix has appointed the
following Committee Chairmen to
assist 'him and the General Com-
mittee: J. Lamlar Miller 'to head
Program and Resources,, Mrs. Allen
Whealton 'to ,secure Materials, B.
Briggs Scisson ;to direct Education,
George Suber to plan Visitation,
and Mrs. A. L. Hargraves to act as
General ,Secretary.
Other members of 'the General
Committee 'are: Jo.e McLerd, Fan-
non Talley and Rev. Carmichael.
-K*

Alliance Sponsoring

Good Friday Service

The Ministerial Alliance of
Port St. Joe is sponsoring an Eas-
ter Sunrise Service on Sunday
morning, April 2, at the High
School Stadium.
The service will begin prompt-
ly at 6:00 a.m. Music will be fur-
nished by the High School Band.
Make your plans to attend this
meaningful service.


Revival Meeting At


Highland View

Revival services at the Highland
V a wn tist Church be" Tan' n last


then made ,a motion that a parcel night, Wednesday, March 22 at the
,of land, 75 feet in the rear of the Highland View Baptist Church. Ser-
Recreation Center ,be deeded for vices will continue ough April
the purpose 'of constructing a Scout cs will otine ouh April
building, containing a reverter F5now- "
clause in favor 'of the City of Port .I
St. Jioe, with .such structure to be
'approved by\Ithe Commission before .
construction. Commissioner Ned-
ley seconded 'the 'motion and 'the
vote was unanimous for the motion.

With 'the 'advent of spring comes .
the time to play 'ball and the City "V
Commissioners knew it Tuesday ...
night. Groups were on hand repre-
senting the Lit:le Boys Baseball"
League, Babe Ruth League, Ladies ,
Softball League, Men's Softball '
League and Men's Baseball League. "
All had problems of when a field
to play on would be available to "'

The Little Boys' Baseball League "' *
was asking 'for a few repairs and RE N DAV'
changes in lighting to their field. Evangelist
The work was granted.
The Laides' Sof.ball League was 2. Services are being held twice
asking for a place to play at night. daily. The morning services are
The only field they can now play from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. and evening
on at night is the Little Boys Base- services begin at 7:30 p.m.
ball field which wihey used last year Rev. Reuben Davis, pastor of the
after the end of the LBBL season.
The Mayor told the group that a a" .
new field adjacent 'to Municipal
Stadium was :in 'the planning stag-
es and the ladies would be -told
something within two weeks. f
The Men's Softball League, Babe
Ruth League and Men's Baseball
League had .conflicts. Their practice -
schedule was running into .smags at
Municipal S'tadium. The Mayor and


of the state. He, felt that the actions uses 'and consequently make smal- Council instructed the Leagues to
of 'the Legislature ,should benefit ler 'catches. meet together and see ift they
the sate as a whole. RBaffield's reputation as a mack- couldn't work out a schedule. This
Barron offered the ,opinion that erel fisherman was discovered by meeting was called for Friday af-
we were "getting away" from re- the Mexidan Government from the ternoon.
cognizing greatness in government. Florida Fish and Wildlife Service Two Resolutions Asked
He readily agreed to the worship- and through inqueries to dealers Mayor Sharit ,reported that it
pi-ng cf great 'government leaders in the area. Raffield is better than was necessary to borrow $30,000.00
in the past such as Washington, a fair mackerel fisherman and the to pay off the obligation, on the
Lincoln, Lee .and others. He felt Mexicans hired him on his reputa- hospital expansion. The contract
that the great men 'of government tion. ,price ran slightly more than the
of today were virtually ignored by j Raffield's boat left Port St. Joe .money available and several change
-the people of today. He also decried via the inland waterway 10 days o-dlera were necessary in the con-
,the lack of instilling patriotism in' ago for the trip to Vrea Cruz, Mex- struotion. The Commission vo'ed
our children. "These two things", ico, where it will teach the Mexi- to pass this resolution.
Banron said, "would revive our in- can fishermen Raffield's fishing Another resolution was present-
terest in 'government and thus give techniques for two months. ed to name 'the triangular piece of
us a better, more dedicated govern- I Raffield said the Mexican Gov- property to the South of .the Hos-
ment. eminent is spending better than pical after Mrs. George A. Patton.
Guest of -the club was Miarvin $20,000.00 'to get his boat and crew The piece of property has been de-
Ray of Birmingham, Alabama. to undertake the job. signaled for a park.


ROY E. CHATHAM
Song Leader
church will be bringing the mes-
sages at both services daily. Roy
E. Chatham, music director for 'the
St. Andrews Baptist Church will be
leading the singing at all services.
The church extends a cordial
welcome for everyone to attend.


TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR


the Rotary Club would like 'to have
a piece of property, approximately
20,000 square feet in the City Park
area for construction of the hbuild-
ing by Rotary 'members 'and other
adults interested in Scouting. He
'told 'the Commission that ihe Club
would not put up a structure 'that
would detract from surrounding
buildings, .and they would also sign
,a 'reverter .clause to **he City where-
by all 'property 'and improvements
would .re-.'ert to the City ownership
shiul'd :he i;acllitles m,o i,5ger be
required 'for Scouting activities.
Costin showed 'the Commission a
City map with two ,tentative sites
chosen for location of the building,
directly behind the present City
Recreation Center and across the
street from .this building.
Commissioner John Robent Smith
asked if the Recreation building,
or an addition to 'this building
could be used for this purpose with-
out such a huge initial expenditure
for a Scout building.



















































































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Butts-Arnold

Engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Butts of
this city announce ithe engagement
of their daughter, Melba, to Den-
nis Edward Arnold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George' W. AmrTold, Sr. of Ed-
gar.own, Massachusetts.
Miss Butts attended Port St. Joe
High School 'and Mississippi Sou-
thern College, Hattiesburg, Miss-
issippi and is presently 'teaching
at Callaway Elementary School in
Panama City.
Mr. Arnold is a graduate of Ed-
gac'tow.n High School, Edgartown.,
Massachusetts, and is presently sta-
tioned at Tyndall Air Force Base.
.he wedding will be an event of
June 24, ait four o'clock p.m. in hec
Oak Grove Assembly 'of God
Church.

ROBERT NEDLEY WANTS
LETTERS FROM HOME
Rober,t Nedley, now serving with
the Marine Corps in Quantico, Vir-
ginia would like to have his friends
write to, him. His ,address is:
Candidate Robert E. Nedley
3rd Plat. A Company,
T & T Regiment
Marine-Corps Schools,
Quantico, Va.


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MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR


Mrs. J. L. Miller

Hostess To WSCS

The Woman',s Society of Chris-
tian Service met Monday morning,
March 20 with Mrs. J. Lamax Mil-
ler.
In the absence of the chairman,
Mrs. Miller presided, opening the
meeting with prayer.
A short business session was
held with the secretary's report,
social service report and announce-
ments of future -meetings.
Mrs. Jo Thompson, 'program
chairman, called on Mrs. J. L. Tem-
ple for the program. ,She read a
poem on the happenings in April.
Mrs. Joe Hendrix read scripture
taken from Revelation, 21:1-6 and
21-24-26.
Mrs. Temple .talked on "Glimpses
Into Eternity"l and closed her les-
son with an Easter prayer.
Refreshments were served Ito 10
members :and one visitor.
The meeting was closed wi.'h the
WSCS benediction.
--- ----


Gladioli Circle


Holds Meeting
i ~ '
The Gladiolus Circle of ithe Port
St. Joe Garden Club met March 16
in the home of Mrs. Terry Hinote
with 15 members and four visitors
present.
Mrs. Robert Kerrigan, chairman,
presided during 'the meeting anrd
presented Mrs. Ethel' Bridges of
Apala.chicola, who gave a very in-
teresting program on 'the lart of
Oriental arranging.
Mrs. Bridges illustrated her pro-
gram with arrangements she cre-
ated depicting the simplicity of this
art.

Raffield Family


Reunion April 9

The annual Raffield family re-
union will be held Sunday, April 9
at the Baptist Assembly Grounds
near Panama City.
Church services will be held from
11:00 to 12:00 noon. After ithae ser-
vices a free fish dinner will be ser-
ved. After dinner, hymn singing
will be held for all present to .enjoy.
Everyone is welcome to attend
-whether or not you are a Raf-
field.


Local Students


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961

Visitors from Miss.
Mr. nd Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Jr.,
and daughters J.oyce and Teresa
visited friends land relatives here
last week end.







TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.N,.
SATURDAY, 12:41 P.M.

THURSDAY FRIDAY


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GINA LOLLOBRIGiDA
ANTHONY FRANCIOSA
ERNEST BORONINE
wim an N = B


SATURDAYY ,)NLY


CIMN ItS-cOP E- COLOR by DE LUXE
He had to find her!
JOHN
WAYN E.


On Dean's List

TALLAHASSEE The Dean's --
List, containing the names of uni
dergra.duate students who made a
grade average of B or higher for 34R1CjG ER S
the fall semester, was announced -2= j a.
the tallsemeserwa nnoUced Jeffrey Vera Wdrd Natalie
this week by Floridia State Univer- iHUNTER MILES.BOND.WOOD
sity.
Making the list 'from Gulf Coun-
ty were: Jon C. Haarpold, Terry Eu- Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
gene Porter and Nobie H. Stone of
Port St. Joe; Joan G. Gramling '
and Carolyn Sue Halman of Wew'a-
hitchka. ).


WHY I GO

TO CHURCH

By JAMES C. TRAWEEK
I attend church to worship !be-
cause I believe in God, in Christ,
and in His 'teachings.
The Bible teaches us .to worship
God and to forsake not the assemb-
ling of ourselves together for this
purpose. If we are 'to find God, I
believe ,one of the most likely plac-
es -to do 'so is in His church. Then,
church attendance i's one way of
expressing our devotion 'to God and
seeking for closer communion with
Him.
1 he Bible also tells us, "Seek
and you shall find." When we make
the decision to attend church for
worship'we have made a right step
in.'seeking truth. We have made 'the
right decision by selecting God's
teachings as our guide and for a
motivating influence in our lives.
We as Christians know that good
can and will ultimately triumph
over evil, but if we expect to tri-
umph over .the evil 'temptations -of
daily life, we must seek fellowship
with God and call upon him for
strength to overcome these temp-
tations.
Devotion to Christ can hardly be
perpetuated unless we dedicate
ourselves to its continuance. In
working for the cause of Christ and
in dedicating ourselves -to greater
devotion, church attendance to wor-
ship God, and 'to seek His strength
are essential.

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THIS WEEK'S THOUGHT TO LIVE BY: "Read something
each day. Discipline yourself to a regular schedule of read-
ing. With only 15 minutes a day you can read 20 books in a
year." (A sentence from essays on The Art of Living by Wil-
ferd A. Peterson)

This Week Boyles Turns the Spotlight on

The Easter Dress and Shoe Parade!
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Dear Friends: at least, most of it. Yes, it's no less
Is this not a wonderful time of than a black eye to Northwest
the year? New life 'and beauty ev- Florida. Several times while .trying
erywhere. YES, IT'S A GREAT 'to enjoy Athe scenery we almost
TIME TO BE ALIVE and Nature 'bounced 'out -of the road. Yes, it's,
goes about its job in a marvelous rough, it's too narrow well, it
way no 'matter what local or world has too much of everything that
conditions imay be. It's good to ob- can ibe wrong with' a U. S. Highway.
serve that Nature works without Now, ,this column has no desire
tension, anxiety, stress or 'strain. or business to 'get 'into politics or
Is this not invitation and challenge road business. However, 'these
to mankind to try the same me- comments are made as a proud, loy-
thod? Seems 'the azaleas are simply al private citizen of the Big Bend.
trying to ',outdo ithemiselvbs this We feel it is high time that every
year. We're grateful for several city, town, village and resident 'of
small bushes ,on our lawn but we're this wonderful part of Florida yell
more impressed and thankful for (yes, I mean YELL) with one
'neighbors who" give time and at- voice: "WE WANT A HIGHWAY"
.tention to' their flowers and shrubs. fifteen, thirty, forty-fiv.e yes,
We feel ,that honorable mention as many times as needed to GET
would go to Mr. -and Mrs. Cecil IT.
Hewett who live diagonally across Fort Walton Beach -has a wide
,the street from 'our house (Palm awake, progressive Chamber of
Blvd. and 12th S'.) The many hours Commerce and it was a pleasure
they've spent tilling and toiling 'has to -have lunch with 'the president,
been strikingly rewarded. Many Ernest C. Wimberly, our ,good
others over the city are worthy of i friend and a former resideiit of Sit.
special mention ... all could not Joe. Ernest is happy there and our
be contained in this limited space. observation Is that he is rendering
We're planning to move some of a very valuable service in that
our assorted 'shrubbery .and plant community.
azaleas, azaleas and azaleas. We We had a lot more to talk 'about


need a faddock and that will call
for something else-someone to
use it!!!
Here and there Last week
we had a pleasant little 'trip to
Fonrt Walton Beach .,all alone
. a fine opportunity to 'do some
leisurely thinking and looking.
The -scenery (,as you know) la some
of the most beautiful in Florida .
water scenes more striking and
lovely than any we've ever seen
.. the whitest of white sand and
the peachiest (the last word seems
hardly appropriate but we'll use it
anyway) of peachy beachy ,beaches.
But and this is a Big Capital
But this writer deplores the
general condition of Highway 98-


in this .column but it's time to stop
with this little plug: For friendly,
easy ,shopping economy this Easter
see BOYLES fine stock .of carefully
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Salesticket Winner is announced
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touch with BOYLES, the store
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A P.S. Thought: "Forget yourself
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-Dale Carnegie.


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years. I am a property owner and tax
payer in the City and County.
I am fully qualified and experienced in
city government. Most everyone of you
know me. Two weeks is a short time to
see each and every one, but I sincerely
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and mark your "X" by my name on the
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1!


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LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR


Editor
Port St. Joe Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Editor:
On behalf of the Florida Tuber-
culosis and Health Association, I
would like to express sincere ap-
preciation for your cooperation dur-
ing the 1960 Christmas Seal Cam-
paign which we conduct o behalf
of the Tuberculosis and Health
CommitLee of Gulf County.
Assistance ,such !as that given by
your newspaper is greatly respon-
sible for making tihe campaign the
success it was.
There are still a number of firms
and individuals in your community
which have not made a contribu-
tion. We would like to remind them'
that it is eAill not too late. Our
books close March 31 and anything
which reaches ithe local Christmas
Seal Chairman prior to that date
may be included in this year's re-
ceipts. That person is, as you know
Robert H. Ellzey, 1303 Marvin Ave-
nue.
My sincere thanks for your oon-
tinued efforts in our behalf.
Sincerely yours,
W. E. ARNOLD, Pres.
Guests of Daniell's
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Enmmett
Daniell last week tend were Mr.
and Mrs. Marlyn Kanneber.g and
two sons from Rock Hill, N. C.
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Why did the American
Cancer Society grant
this man $688,000?
With $688,000 in research
grants, Dr. Papanicolaou
developed the Pap Smear,
a detection aid for uterine
cancer that has saved the
lives of 175,000 women!
His full name is Dr. George N.
Papanicolaou. He allows himself
to be called "Dr. Pap," which
undoubtedly is a great time.'
saver for his busy laboratory
colleagues. He is responsible for
saving the lives of many thou-
sands of women.
Dr. Pap pioneered the Pap
Smear-a cell examination that
is used to detect uterine cancer
in its early stages, when the
chances for cure are greatest
Uterine cancer (the second most
common cancer in women)
causes 14,000 deaths a year. To-
day, if every woman had the
quick, simple examination
called the Pap Smear once a
year, there would be a uterine
cancer cure rate of
nearly 100%.
Your contribution to the
American Cancer Society
has made Dr. Pap's great
work possible. It will con-
tinue to help men like him
attain their ultimate goal-
a cure for all cancer
Guard your family.
Fight cancer with a check- 0
up and send a generous
check to your Unit of the 'T
fAMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
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WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word .'emains.


State Must Act On School Financing

The just passed meeting of the Florida Education Assoc-
iation in Jacksonville rated some state-wide publicity on the
teacher's demands for a higher wage. We need the teachers,
and the teachers should have a living wage. This situation
seems to hold true with something we read some time back-
things we need are going up in price, while things we don't
necessarily have to have, are coming down in price.
We disagree with State Superintendent Tom Bailey's
seemingly approved method of raising this money through
federal aid. We can't afford the federal "aid" we get now.
It would seem that this would be the opportune time for
the Legislature to take some definite steps in upping property
valuations in the state to allow local money to do the desired
job. Upping valuation would, simply, place most homestead
property, now exempt, on the property for a token tax. And,
the schools would get their share of this tax.
But, most counties are reluctant to go along with this re-
evaluation of property, because they are afraid of being taxed
too heavily by their county, which has certain limits set by
the state, on how much tax can be levied. With the advent of
a sensible hike in valuation, these limits would be far too
high. We could be taxed far out of proportion to our abilities
to pay and the county's needs.
While we don't claim to know law or the workings of
the law, it seems to us that something could be done by the
Legislature to rectify this situation. It would seem to us that
these tax limits could be lowered to protect the people in the
counties having a sensible valuation. Such a step of lowering
of limits would not only provide protection for these counties
but it would also force other counties into reevaluation and
thereby spread the tax load.
To give an example of what we are talking abou-t, the
county Road and Bridge Fund can levy 10 mills under the
law. With full evaluation in Gulf County, this fund could
be legally pushed up to the limit and would bring in more
taxes alone, than the entire tax limit can now bring in under
present valuations.- Thi~ fear is a valid fear. It would seem
to us that these mill limits could be cut thus protecting the
taxpayer. By the same token the cut in mill limits would
curtail the income of counties with low evaluations. They
would be forced to re-evaluate to take in the necessary money
on which to operate. With this forced evaluation would come
the hike in valuation of homesteads-the majority of which
ire now $5,000 and less and wholy exempt from taxes.
It's something to think about and we think the matter
should be given top priority in the coming Legislature if we
are to head off the spectre of government aid to education.


Trying To Hide National Disgrace

Liquor drinking at diplomatic parties in Washington,
D.C., is "a sin upon our national conduct," U.S. Sen. Olin D.
Johnston of South Carolina complains.
He is opposing a supplemental appropriation of $22,000
in "representation funds" for the State Department.
"Representation funds" is camouflage for entertainment
funds, and entertainment funds in this particular case is
partly camouflage for funds to buy drinking whiskey.
It's just as well, the boys in Washington seem to think,
if the tax money spent on whiskey is wrapped up in termin-
ology that is not exactly brutally frank in its clarity to the
taxpayers.
But it is possible to agree with Senator Johnston of
South Carolina in his complaint of "a sin upon our national
conduct."
And, the method of "hiding" the appropriation would
indicate to us that the members of the State Department
also agree that it is wrong, since none of them is loathe to
toot his own horn when something beneficial is introduced
or brought about through his efforts.
Diplomatic partying has developed into a major perpet-
ual pastime in the capital of the United States. Not all of
the money invested in booze comes out of the pockets of the
American people. Some of it comes out of the pockets of
foreigners, since foreign embassies constantly pitch in to
supplement Uncle Sam in pitching parties.
Over-all, however, it is possible to look on the blurred
side of all the diplomatic shindigging and find full evidence
that such practices should be curtailed. Probably not a little
bit of our diplomatic set-backs are attributable to such goings
on.


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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 a.m.
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Commercial Fishermen Took Record

Yield of Commercial Fish Last Year

Commercial fishing fleets ,of aa ., ,
Florida's coasts brought in a 190 rroClamatlon
million pound catch of saltwater
fish of all types last year, the Flor- WHEREAS, the month of
ida State Chamber of Commerce has been designated as Tea
said this week. Career Month, and-


WHEREAS, teaching is no
ih- nr-emineint rofP,,goC,


April
lching

one of


American life, and
WHEREAS, members of the
teaching profession are charged
with 'one *of the greatest and
most important jobs-that of d'e-
veloping our future 'citizens
NOW, THEREFORE, I, I. C.
Nedley, Mayor pro-temn of the city
of Port St. Joe, Florida, declare
April, 1961, to be Teaching Ca-
reer Month and urge all citizens
to consider their responsibility to
pay tribute Ito members lof the
teaching profession ,and to help
in keeping well qualified persons
as teachers in our schools.
I. C. NEDLEY,
Mayor, pro-tem.
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"This catch was three iper cent
above the average for the past five
years, with unusually large catches
in 1956 amId 1959 topping last year's
figure. Accounting for the lesser
.take was a sizeable drop in non-
food' fish last year to about half
the 1959 volume.
"The catch 'of food fin fish last
year came to 75,478,000 pounds, a
gain of three per cent over the a'v-
erage. M.enhaden and related fish
processed for 'ois and fertilizer, to-
taled 32,801,000 pounds, off 23 per
cenit from the average.
"Sthrimp, crabs, lobster and oth-
er. shellfish amounted to 81,973,,000
pounds, up 20 per cent. The sponge
crop, making a slow come-back,
came to 38,000 pounds, compared
with an average of 31,000 pounds.
All told, the catch amounted to
190,290,000 'pounds during 1960.
"Florida traditionally ranks 11th
among the 50 states in the volume
of fish caught and third in value
of the catch' at the docks. Various
research programs .now 'being con-
ducted by the University of Mi-
lami'is Marine Laboratory and o h-
er universities are designed to ef-
fect optimum utilization and con-
servation of this important re-
source. Foreign imports in recent
years pose *an additional problem
under study."


Mrs. Pridgeon

Hosts Circle 4

Circle Four of the First Baptist
Church met in the home of Mrs.
W. C. Pridgeon with six members:
present.
Mrs. Pridgeoin, program chair-
man, -presented a very interesting
discussion ,on "Alcoholics and Nar-
cotic Education" using information
taken from the Royal Service mag-
azine.
Mrs. Mildred Montgomery closed
the meeting with prayer and deli-
cious refreshments were served.
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The contagiousness of a yaw.i
is familiar to all. One person in
a room yawns and starts a pro-
cession of involuntary reaction
in others ending in similar
yawns.
Yawning may be defined as a
deep involuntary inspiration with
the mouth open. In fact, it is the
sound of the inspiration or
breathing in, as well as'the sight
of a yawn in others, that starts
the chain reaction. Yawning is
often accompanied by what is
termed pandiculation, derived
from the Latin word pandiculari,
meaning to stretch one's self.
Yawning may be due to hun-
ger, fatigue, poor ventilation or
it may be done to relieve air
hunger. A volume of air is in-
haled deeply and the lungs are
given a treat. There is a feeling
of contentment and tone stimu-
lation following a yawn. Nature
is doing us this favor by setting
up a reflex action -to give us a
pick-up when we are dissatisfied,
bored, tired or hungry. Another
physical significance of yawning
is to let air into the auditory
tubes, which can also be accom-
plished by swallowing.
Yawning is one of the.unusual
types of breathing, different
from the ordinary inspiration
and expiration. Sighing is a long
inspiration and a short expira-
tion and usually occurs to com-
pensate for very shallow breath-
ing. Laughing is a long inspira-
tion followed by several short
expirations, usually in a rhyth-
mic ha-ha-ha, or perhaps ho-ho-
ho. Crying, sneezing, coughing,
and hiccoughing are other types
of unusual breathing.
Yawning is ,an innocent, sim-
ple gesture. It has its disconcert-
ing impact when someone yawns
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Minutes of the
County Commission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
March 15, 1961
The Boarld of County Comnmis-
sioners met this date in regular
session with 'the following 'mem-
bers present: E. C. Harden, br.,
Chairman, Leo Kennedy and A. J.
Sitrickland. The Deputy Clerk, Sher-
iff, Attonney, Civil Defense Direct-
or, Road Superintendent 'and Mc-s-
quito Control Supervisor were also
present.
The meeting came -to order at
9:00 a.m.
The minutes of February 28 ,and
14 were read, approved and adopt-
ed.
Robert D. Sidwell's Bond -for 'ap-
pointment of Deputy Sheriff was
-presented 'and approved 'by the
Board 'amid .ordered paid.
Mr. .Sidwell ,then read -a very
good and interesting report to the
Board on 'the progress made in the
-Civil Defense program and ,the fu-
ture plans in progress.
C. E. Daniell, Mosquito Control
Supervisor gave a report on the
equipment he had gotten from 'sur-
plus supplies at such a low and rae-
sonable amount.
Mr. Daniell asked itoe Board for
permission to 'trans-fer his permit
that was iset up in 'the budget to
buy a jeep for mosquito control
program, to ithe purchase of a fog-
ging machine, as it was needed
much worse.
The Board agreed to give Mr.
Daniel permission ito use County
money ito purchasee a jeep from
Camp Blanding surplus -supplies as
the State will not. permit the 'spend-
ing of State ,money ito buy 'second
hand -supplies ,or equipment.
All payrolls and bills for -the
month were -presented, examined,
and approved then 'ordered paid.
General Fund, Warrant No. 577
through 701.
Road 'and Bridge Fund, Wanr.nt
No. 299 through 375.
Fine and- Forfeiture Fund, War-
rant No. 58 through 63.
There being nlo further business
the meeting did 'then adjourn.
ATTEST
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman
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IN THE CIRCUTI COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
,CIRCUIT -OF FLORiDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
NEWTON BLOUN P,
Plaintiff,
PEARLIE MAE ;3LOUNfI,
Defendant.
NOTICE of DIVORCE
TO: PEARLIE MAE BLOUNT,
whose last known address was in
care of Rex .Miller, Route. 3, Hart-
ford, Alabama.
(On or before 'the 24th day of Ap-
ril, 1961, ithe defendant, Pearliea
M'ae Blount, is required to serve
upon Honorable Cecil G. Cositin, Jr.,
plaintiff'ss 'attorney whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, q copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court 'the original of
an answer to the bill of complaint
filed against her herein.
. WITNESS my handnd official
seal of -said Court at Wewahitch'ka,
Gulf County-, Florida,' -this 21,st day
of March, A. D., 1961.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
By ROSELLE GASKIN,
Deputy Clerk
First publication, March 23, 1961.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t
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NOTICE of LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given 'of inten-
tion to apply to the 1961 session of
the Florida Legislature for an act
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FPC Opposes

Utility Tax

"The proposal .to double the pre-
sent 1%% .state gross receipts ,tax
is unfair and discriminatory ,to elec-
-tric customers throughout the
state," said W. J. Clapp, president
of Florida Power Corporation. "Any
increase in taxes is bound to dis-
courage the economic growth 'of
the state and. coming at -a time
when -th eFlorida Development
Commission is trying very hard ito
attract industry here, this could
well nullify its efforts. It is obvious
that he tax would be padd iby resi-
dential, commercial and industrial
customers."
It is understood that municipal
utilities 'and REA membership
groups are also opposed to the in-
creased -tax.
"We don't want to place any ad-
ditional taxes on electric users
'than -they are now playing. We
therefore, oppose this. legislation,"
Clapp declared.
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Family Reunion
Guests of Mr. and Mrs, Oscar
Roberts during the ;past week
war -eMrs. Roberts' children and
families: Mr. and Mrs. William
Trawick and two children from
Montgomery, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Trawick ;and five children
of Thomasville, Ga., Mr. and- Mrs.
Robert Trawick and Dorothy Tra-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961

Visitors From Jax i Daniell during the week end.
Mr. 'and M.rs. Johnny Daniell and -
Mrs. Gladys McCoy 'of Jacksonville' Want Ads Get Resalts
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relating to Gulf County; 'providing
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ers .of Gulf County to purchase a
fire truck -and equipment for the
unincorporated community of, High-
land View; providing conditions be-
fore expendituree of any money;.
and providing effectivee date.
IRIS FURNEY
it
NOTICE of LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given of inten-
'tion to apply toa'the 1961 session of
ithe Florida Legislature for the pas-
age of an. aot ito abolish, the pres-
ent municipal government of ithe
City of Wand Ridge in the County
of Gulf, in -the Staite of Florida; re-
pealing Ohapiter 59-1963, Laws of
Florida, Special Acts of 1959; and
.to create, establish and organize
a municipality ito be known and
designated as ,the "City of Ward
Ridge" and to define its territorial
boundaries; provide for its govern-
ment, jurisdiction, powers, fran-
chises and privileges; and pro-
viding effective date.
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THE STAR, Pprt St. Joe, FP THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1981 i (ett.
"_'-' .Priends of Mr I, Oheteli Miles,

NEWS FROM Mims. J. N. is presently employed J. V. Cannington. and Rev. B. W.
by the Standard Oil Company of Suggs will regret to learn they are
SHighland View California patients in the Municipal Hospital.
lBy BETTY CREAMER Jo Hewett spent the week end We hope for them a speedy ecov-
By BETTY CREAMER in Plymouth, Fla., with friends and levy.

(Written for Last Week) relatives. Rev. W. B. Holland and son, Gro-
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mims and Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Barnes ver Lee, were in Claton, Ala., Sun-
daughter of Penole, Calif., are and son of Florence, N. J., are visait- day. Rev. Holland was ,the guest
spending two weeks vacation with ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Speaker at the -Union Baptist
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Bannes and his sister, Mrs. Neal Church Sunday.


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It takes a time like this to make you realize
how much you depend on 'this man, yet how
much you take him for granted. Your phar-
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Mrg, Ruth Williamas and daugh-
ters were Sunday visitors with her
sister, Mrs. Dan Hatfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Whitfield
and son of Altha, Mr. and Mrs.
Doug Barfield sof Blountstown and
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and
children of Panama City visited
Sunday with the C. A. Griffin 'am-
ily.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Miles of
Southport returned home Sunday
aftre a week's visit with 'their son
W. C. Miles and family:
The Highland View Church of
God congregation motored to Apa-
lachicola Sunday -night to attend
services held in 'the Church 'of God
in that city.
Mrs.. Nina Payne visited her fa-
'ther, Rev. J. H. Griffin in Apala-
chicola Sunday.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Archie Dickerson
and children of Panama City visit-
ed during 'the week .end with Mr.
and Mrs. James Kelley.
:* .:* *
Birthday Party
Billy Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Kelley, 325 Third St., cele-
brated his sixth ibinthday Friday,
March 10 from 4:,00 -to 5:-00 p.m.
with a party in 'his home. Mrs. Kel-
ly, mother .of 'the honoree, was as-
sisted in ,entertaining th. guests by
Mrs. Archie Dickerson. Refresh-
ments ,of oake, punch, and ice cream
were served ,to the ,group.
Many lovely gifts were presented
Billy and .games were 'enjoyed 'dur-
ing 'the ]party hours. The guest list
included: Ricky and Casson Par-
nell, Timmy, Ronnie and ,Steve
Gay, Douglas Kelley, Mary and
Ruby Shearer, Kenneth 'and Shar-
on0, Dickerson, Donald, Raymond
and Gloria Jean Holland, Dana and
Denise Hill, Wanda Kelley.
.: .. .:.
G A Meeting
The Intermediate G. A. of the
Highland View Baptist Church held
their regular meeting March 8 at
6:.0. The opening prayer was led
by Mrs. Graham. The scripture
reading was 'taken hQom. John 14<.
12-15. The group sang, "My Jesus,
I Love Thee", and .then said thee
watchword and allegiance. The
name 'of 6the program was, "What
Hath God Wrought", planned by
Lila Hopkins. There were six mem-
bers present -and 'three absent.
Norma Peterson dismissed the
,meeting with prayer.
Betty Skipper, Sec.


BOOST PORT ST. JOEI
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SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS.....

By JOHN V. CAREY neL is reported .to Intern
District Manager in the same -manner as
Ministers occupy -a unique posi-a bu.s'iuess. i. reported
tion under the Social Securi'.y LawI idvuaif
in that they are the only individuals employed i dividual if t
who may ,choose whether ,they de- fit is $400.00 or more. Ti
sire coverage under the old-age, pays the entire Social Se
survivors, and disability insurance Ministers who desire
program. This .applies, to 'ordained, nfornaton .should cont
commissioned, or licensed minis- cial Security office loca
ters performing services :in the ex- -Harrison Avenue, Panam
ercise of their 'ministry, including
Christian Science practitioners, and
members of religious orders who -
have not taken la vow of poverty.
Ministers were first offered So-
cial Security protection 'in 1955. Puttinfg the
However, 'the time for a clergyman ............
to elect his coverage under 'this pro-
vision expired 'on April 15, 1959.
Since then, the choice. of Social Se-
curity has been available only to
newly ordained ministers.
The 1960 changes ,to ithe Social
Security Law gives ministers .until
April 15, 1962, to make their elec-
,tion. But, ithose.ministers who want
Social Security credits for 1959 and
1960 must decide by April 15, 1961.
If ithe minister desires coverage,
he files a certificate with Internal
Revenue Service on IRS Form 2031
(Waiver Certificate for use by Min-
isters, Certain Members of Reli-
gious 'Orders and Christian Science
Practitioners Electing Coverage
under Title II of the 'Social Secur-
ity Act). He then reports hi's net
earnings 'to Internal Revenue on a
-regular income tax return ,as a self-
employe dindividual, although his
earnings from the ministry may 'be
derived as a regular salary.
A minister'' gross income is de-
rived from all remuneration receiv-
ed in the exercise of his ministry, '
including salary, fees and donations
for officiating 'at weddings, funer-
als 'and christenings. The rental '
value of 'a home furnished as pErt
of his compensation, rental allow-
ances used to rent or provide a
home, and 'the value of meals an d blanket box gift-V
)ok like a bed, com
lodging furnished by the .employer wo blissful sleep,
must be included as income. Expen- amusement to the p
ses incurred in ,the exercise 'of the receiving one of the
ministry, such as automobile, tra- ew blankets made wi
crylie fiber. Cover
vel, vestments, 'stationery and sten- art of the lid with a
graphic' help, must ibe deducted owered "sheet." Then
from gross 'earnings. The remaining


Forest Fire Log

al RevenU Dispatcher J. H. Pope of the Flor-
profit from ida Forest Service reports this
by -a elf- week that to date'this year, five
he net pro- fires have burned '27.3 acres in Gulf
he minister County. During the 'same period
security tax. last year, seven fires burned 93.8
'additional acre&
act ,the So- Pope notes that due to rains and
ted at 1135 the 'increasing cooperation of the
na City. people ,of 'the county, there has been
two less fires and 66.5 less acres
burned than last year over the
same period last year.


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Twin Value Time we will pay $25
toward the installation cost of each
electric range and each electric water
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961

Governor And Legislative Leaders Agree

On 45 Senator Reapportionment Plan


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THE STAR


at


TALLAHASSEE Florida's 23
mbost populous counties would be
guaranteed senators of their own
under a 45-senator reapportionment
plan -on which Gov. Farris Bryant
and legislative leaders .ae in vir-
tual ,agreement, it was learned -this
week.
The proposed constitutional set-
tlement also would expand the
House.
The present discussions revolve
around a 1,03-man Hous,e which
would be a-in crease of eight seats.
However, beFore it ds final the
House plan may call for 105 ,mem-
.bers 'so that Pinellas, Volusla, Es-
cambia and possibly Brevard coua-
ties, each can gain one representa-
tive and Polk can remain in the
three-r representative bracket.
The 45-senator proposal, with the
23 largest counties ,set up as one-
c o u n ty districts, .automatically
would give Sarasota, Manatee, Bay,
Skaloosa, Seminole, Brevard, Lee
and Monroe counties their own sen-
ators.
Counties Now Joined
Sarasota and MIanatee are now
tied together in the 38-anan Senate.
Bay is in a Ifour-county district
with Gulf, Oalhotm and Washiington
counties. Okaloosa is joined with
Santa Rosa, ;Seminole and Brevard
-are joined. Lee and Monroe both
are included with Collier &and Hen-
dry in a four-county district.
Other counties which. would ,be
\


guaranteed individual senators un-
der -the 45-distric- proposal would
be Dade, Duval, Hillsborough, Pin-
ellas, Broward, Orange, Pa l m
Beach, Polk,-EscanIbia, Volusia,
Leon, Alachua,, Lake, Marion and
Gadsden. All these are .now one-
county districts.
The House formula, if 103 mem-
bers' is .the final figure, would give
Dade County five representatives,
a gain of 'two; Duval, Hillsborough
and Pinellas each four, a gain of
one, an idBroward, Orange and
Palm Beach three, a gain of one.
However, .it is 'more likely the
final agreement will call for 105
representatives, which would re'.ain
three representatives for Polk and
give Escambia and Volusia and pos-
sibly Brevard three House -mem-
bers.
The House .formula, it was under-
-stood, would be worked out so 'that
every county whioh 'now has two
representativ-es ifn. the 95-mem'ber
House would retain them.
Seats to Be Distributed
,In the Senate, with the 23 lar-
gest counties iset up in the Consti-
tution ,as single-county districts, 22
seats would be distributed among
the remaining 44 counties.
The formula on which the multi-
ple counties would !be .aligned into
districts would be based primarily
ion population, -but geographical
area and community of interests
would be taken -into considerat'on.


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FOR WANT of a needle (and
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Nc district could embrace mcr.- Columbia, Jackson, Putnam, Nas-
than three counties. sau and Jefferson, among ,the smal-
oler 44 counties, have their own san-
There would 'be noting to pret- ators under the .existing 38-district
vent the Legislature from setting form ula.
up one ,or more of the 44 small-r
counties as one-county districts. Since the counties in a multiple


sion opening April 4..
Not Emergency Plan


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- PRICED FROM -
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White Dress Shirts
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Large Assortment of Men's Ties

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formula would fall to the 1963 Leg-
islature, with the first 40-senator,
105-member House seats. in 1965.
This would 'put reapportionment
back on its regular schedule.
The theory behind a 45-district
Senate, with ithe 23 larger counties
guaranteed a senator, is that the-
bigger population centers 'by band-
ing together would 'have a one-vote
advantage 'over the rural counties.
In actual practice, the medium
sized 'counties in ithe 50-000 to 75,000
population' bracket would hold the
balance of 'power as they do Dow.
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CARD OF THANKS
We wis hto thaik 'the people of
-Port St. Joe who were so solicitious
and kind during the injury dute to
an automobile accident of Karl E.
Marshall anid *his two young sons,
Michael Eugene arid Allen Edgar.
All aie on the road to recovery.
KARL E. MARSHALL
Mr. 'and Mrs. KARL MARSHALL

Visit In Tallahassee
Mr. 'and Mrs. B. A. Collier and
children, Pani and Marxk apent last
week end .visiting in Tallahasiee
with Mrs. Collier's family, Mr. and
Mrs. M. A.- uggar.





MLis DUoniET
MALICIOUS WOODS BURNER
WHO ROBS THE SOUTH
...AND YOU! '


BE ON THE LOOKOUT
for Mr. Burnit, the malicious
woods burner who blazes a
multi-million dollar path of
destruction across the South
each year.
REWARD
Stopping Mr. Burnit will save
the South millions of dollars
worth of natural resources.
The saving of our forests is an
important part of the Southern
economy affecting each aid
every one of us.
,LICIOUS WOODS BURNING
MUST BE STOPPED!


INCOME TAX
SERVICE

J. D. CLARK
1017 Long Avenue
Qualified and
Efficient


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


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

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME

county district would have to be ( It would not be presented on an
contiguous, Sainta Rosa would get emergency basis., which would
a Senator of its own, since it is mean that if adopted it would be
sandwiched between Sacambia and put before the people at the regular
Okaloosa, both of which would be general election of November, 1962.
guaranteed senators. The proposed amendment- would
.stand-:by itself. No -bill setting up
The present .plan is bo have the the actual districts would be offer-
proposed reapportionment amend- ed to become effective if ,the
ment introduced no later than the amendment was ratified. Instead,
second week of the legislative ses- the job of implementing the new


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Gulf Life Salesmen Make President's

Club; Taylor In Million Dollar Club


Again 'this year, the -entire 'staff of the local 'office of .the Gulf
Life Insurance Company qualified 'for that company's "President's
Club". Members of the Club have been outstanding for the past year
in writing 'new business for 'the company.
Members of the club are pictured above. They are, left to right,
Carl Walker, Carrabelle; C. B. Greif, office manager, Port St. Joe;
Lamar Hill, Port St. Joe; U. V. Wright, Apalachicola.
Pictured, left to right in :the. front row are George B. Radford, Jr.,
Dircetor .of Agrents, Jacksionville and 0. M. Taylor -of the Port St. Joe
office. Radford is presenting 0. M. Taylor with his 'plaque denoting that
he has .become a member of-the company',s "Million Dollar Club". Tay-
lor .also received his "President' s Club" pin. (Star photo)


Dr. Alfred Lau To Be Guest Speaker

At Faith Bible Church Sunday Evening

,On Sunday ,evening, April 9, Dr. Lau was inspired to organize a
Alfred Lau, the founder and direc-1 home for many more like Miguel.
:tor -of the Mexican .Indian Training I Together, Dr. and Mr.s. Lau
Center of V-era Cruz, Mexico, will searched for the place of God's
be the guest speaker at Faith Bible choice where lost boys and girls
Church. Born in Germany it was could be won to Christ and trained
by -the grace of God that after an to 'be 'the spiritual leaders ,of their
air raid he remained the only -sur- Indian people. This led 'them to the
vivor in a public building. This sub- .state .of V-era Cruz, Mexico, and the
sequently led 'to his -conversion. founding of 'the Mexican Indian
God then gave him the call to win Training Center, which is an eva-n-
young people to Christ. gelical an.d interdenominational
While living in Nicaragua for work.
eight months studying the Spanish Dr. Lau will be showing slides
.language ind waiting f-or his im- of the work as well as presenting -a
migrant visa -to return to the states missionary challenge at this ser-
he came 'to know Miguel, a young vice, which will 'be his 'only appear-
boy from -a broken home, who was dance in Port St. Joe. You are invit-
his first -dependent. Back in, Cali- ed -to 'attend this noin-denomination-
fornia, Miguel became such a. fine al and inspiring .service at Faith
and radiant Christian that Rev. Bible Church, meeting at ',he High


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7:30 p.m.

NEWS FROM
Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER
Mr.. and Mrs'. J. L. Snell and Sam,
J. Smith of Enterprise, 'Ala., are
visiting with Mrs. H. A. Matthew;s
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miles and
Mrs. Raymond Burrows were in
Panam.a City Wednesday attending
:to business.
Friends -of Hubert Matthews will
regret to learn ] he is in -the Muni-
cipal Hospital and we wish for him
a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Mae Creamer and Betty and
Mr. ,and Mrs. George ,Simmons were
visiting in Wewahitchka Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp of In-
dian Pass visited Sunday with Mr.
,and Mrs. W. C. Miles.
Mr. and Mrs. David Coley of
Blountstown were visiting Friday
with friends and relatives.
Abe Rushing spent the week end
in Eagle Lake with friends and rel-
atives.
Friends of Mrs. Lynn Wood will
regret to learn of her illness. We
,hope she will be feeling better
soon.
Miss Carmin Smith of Alford vis-
iited Sunday with the H. A. Mat-
thew family.
W. C. Miles made a ,business .trip
,.o Wewahitchka Taesday.
Mrs. Hoke Glass -and son Doyle
were in Dothan, Ala., Friday.
Ann Woods and Betty Creamer
attended ,the Christian Cadets pic-
nic held at Mexico Beach Saturday.
We welcome to tour community,
Mr. and Mrs. William Lee and
daughter, Sandra, who will reside
on Fifth Street.
Friends of Mrs. D. W. Lewis will
regret to learn she is a patient in
the Municipal Hospital this week.
We wish for her a speedy recovery.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961


THE STAR,'Port St. Joe, Fl-


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Youth Fair
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Easter SHOE SALE'

THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 24, 25
10% DISCOUNT on each and every pair in BOYLES stock of over 4,000 careful-
ly selected styles Sizes to fit every member of the family (This ad-
vertisement must be presented to secure the discount price) Cut out bring
with you when you shop BOYLES!


For Men and Boys For Misses and


Women
TRIM TRED
NATURAL BRIDGE
SMART SET
'FRENCH MODES
WILLIAMS
PETITE
KEDETTES
$1.99 to

$12.99


For Infants and
Children
POLL PARROT
SCAMPEROOS
LITTLE IMPS
CAN-TIKES
NORFLEX
KEDS
$1.00 to

$6.95


Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March 27
Lima beans, sausage, buttered
spinach, cabbage slaw, mi-nc emeat
apple sauce cake, white .bread a.nd
milk.
Tuesday, March 28
Barbecue ,beef on buns, green
peas, tossed -salad, candied sweet
potatoes and milk.
Wednesday, March 29
Fried chicken, rice, English peas,
lettuce 'and tomatoes, peaches,
white -bread and milk.
Thursday, March 30
Ham and potatoes, snap beans,
sliced tomatoes, apricot pie, wheat
bread .and milk.
Friday, March 31


School Exhibits

Soap Sculpture
A collection of .sculptures carved
from white soap by students of
varying ages in grades four thru
12 from -all parts of the United
States, with frearh'ness and imagin-
ation, and a high degree of artistic
excellence, is on display in the Port
St. Joe High School fro n hall. The
display will be shown until Friday,
March 24. The exhibition will 'be
open .to the public from 8:30 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. today and tomorrow.
This collection is one of the fa-
mous Traveling Exhibits of Soap
Sculptures made available as a
public service to Boards -of Educa-
tion throug.nout the country by the
National Soap Sculpture Commit-


Macaroni salad, mustard greens, .tee in its efforts to serve the best
potato sticks, Easter candy, corn interests of sound art education,
bread and milk. and encourage this creative. hobby.



PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Sunday School -- --- 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship -----------11,:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
Prayer Service (Thursday) -----. 7:45 P.M.
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Fashion's newest fabrics in Spring's choicest styles-
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ABOUT 3 DOZEN
Men's TIES each, 1c
Bows and four-in-hands. Limit 2
to a customer please.

Men's
Handkerchiefs ea. Ic
When One is Purchased
at 10c
Limit 5 to a customer please.


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FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses .
OnR RE-NT Prkipdqt-,-t


Ave. Phone 229-2636. 2tp-3-23
FOR RENT: Small furnished ap-
artment at 202 8th Street. Phone
227-3111. tfc-3-23


at St..Joe.Beao. 1 3-Eedr\oom .. ... .s Pa r ta. FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
S2 2-bdrooallBAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far- finished apartment, upstairs. $35.,
-alad2 dowo See L Diren mer. tfc-2-16 at 523% Third St. Phone 227-8642.
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfe-8-12 t23% Thid 2
iFOR RENT: 2 bedroom house on FOR SALE: 6 lots in Beaty Subdi-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or 6th St. Phone 7-7511. tfc-2-23 vision in White City.Inquire at
apartments. Furnished.or unfur- FOR RENT: Garage apartment, Union Finance Co. tfc-3-2
i shed. Call 9-1901, Mrs. J..Ander- furnished. 2 bedrooms, 1015 Mon. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom stuccp
son. tfc-10-6. Ave. Small children not preferred home. Centrally heated and air
-because of dangerous driveway, conditioned. Complete with kitchen
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished $65 a month. Call 7-7396. Mrs. B. C. and laundry equipment. 901 Garri-
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. Gaillard, 1009 Mon. Ave. son Avenue. Ph. 7-4491. tfc-1-19
Phoue 7-5771. tfc-12-29 FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom FOR SALE: Community Grocery &
.FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs house; unfufrished, at 910 Wood- Market in Oak Grove. See Her-
apartment. Adults only. Phone -ward Ave. $45 mo. Available .by man Stripling. 4tp-3-2
7.4511. -Mrs. Chiarles Brown. *tfe Mare 10. Call BAll 7-3661. tfc3-2
S- -FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on
FOR RENT: Two houses on Long 'FOR RENT: Furnished bedroom corner lot. Hardwood floors, in-
Avenue facing Elementary school. anid private bath. Stella Farris, slated. $8,800. Can obtain FHA fi-
Phone 7-5471, Mrs. Nora Duren. tfc 528 corner 6'th St. and Woodward nancing. 302 16th St. Call Pridgeon


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Insurande Agency to see house. tfc -Cypress Ave. Nearly completed. *
FOR SALE: at St. Joe Beach. 5fNodown payment. Jst closing S sson Speaks To
FOR SALE: at St. Joe Beach. 5 costs for qualified veteran. PRID-
room brick house with hardwood GEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 i *
carport. 6 mos. old on two lots. Pay
small equity and take VA loan. Call MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann-
648-4445. 2tp-tfc-3-2 ing to move across town or RobertE Lee
across country? Call us. for free es-
FOR SALE: Three bedroom insulat- timates. Representatives for May-
ed home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 100' flower, experienced and qualified. Bri'ggs Scisson dwelt tor ,a few
x 150' lot, garbage disposal, TV an- SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112 minutes on the life of t obert E.
tenna, all blinds, living room drapes Mon. Ave., Phone 7-4051. nLeeTues an at e of ob E
included. .Equity reduced. 'Immer- Lee Tuesday at noon at the Kiwan-
iate possession, call BAll 7-2311. RUBBER STAMPS is Club meeting.
Made daily. Also ater-applied Scisson said that historians have
ENJOY A NEW HOME decals. Southern Decal Co., Box
10% Down-$75 Month 742 Springfield Station,: Panama proven that if Lee had any liabill-
This modern 2 bedroom, 1% bath City, Phone PO 3-1647. ties at all, it was ,the fact .that he
home, handy to beach, offers many .was too much of a gentlemen to
custom built extras you will really EPTIC. -tANKS pumped out. Call prowsperly "dressdmuc own' nsubodina-
apreciate. Full price only $9,875; Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 forpPerly "dress downinsubordina-
,will consider your vacant lot as itick expert service. te. ti on in his men. "Lee was truly a
part payment. See pink house on Southern gentleman", said Scisson.
Rachel Drive in Mexico Beach. saving money see us for anything Lee was born into a military fam-
Owner next door. Phone 648-3205. you need in your home. STOP and y fa
SWAP SHOP. ily, well-kinown. for its exploit'ss in
BEDS-All metal, heavy duty, ar- the Revolutionary War. He married
my .surplus cots complete with WILLIS V., ROWAN, POST 116, into ithe family of George Washing-
cotto.n ,mattress, $12.95. Single bed THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet- ton, claiming the granddaughter of
mnaittresses from $3...00 -to $15.00 ing second and fourth Tuesday
Double ,bed mattresses $5.00 to nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion Mrs. George Washington for his
$17.50. Surplus Safes of St. Joe, 118 Home. bnide, thus unitingg two of the most
Monument Avenue. respected families of Virginia so-


BARGAIN-Two used TV sets in
good condition. Electric ranges,
full size $69.50 to $89.50. Gas apart-
ment size ranges $29.50 to $69.50.
Surplus Sales of St. Joe, 116 Mona-
ment Avenue. "
BE INDEPENDENT: Sell Rawleigh
,products in G.ulf Co. ,See E. A.
Addison, 225 Springfield Ave., Pan-
ama City or write today. Rawlei.gh
Dept. FAC-1,00-5 Memphis, Tenn. 3;t
WANTED: Sewing, dresses, cur-
tains, bedspreads, made to your
order. Mrs. J. B. Ward, 1305-Wood-
ward Ave. 4tc-3-2
FOR SALE: 1 new VA houses on


THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first ano
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE.-RICH, Sec.
All Master 'Masons cordially invited.
I.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
-orry with upkeep, of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R, Tomlin-
qon, Phone 7-7501.
AMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
o. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American


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city.
Lee entered West Point at ,the
age of 14 and' proved to :be a good
scholar. He was named a substitute
teacher in his last year and the
time ,demanded iby this ,duty kept
him from !studying enough -to graid-

4egion Hall. All members urged so
attend..
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
.. Secretary: Theo Bishbp
FOR RENT: 2 furnished -apart-
ments. 1506 Long Ave. Call BARl
7-5426. 2tp-3-16


R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
1961.
The polls will open at 8:00 o'clock
A.M. and close at 7:00 o'clock P.M.,
Eastern. Standard Time.
. When. there are more than two
'candidates for any one office and
neither shall, receive a majority of
the total votes cast for such office, ,
then another election shall be held
one week from the date of the first
election, or April 11, 1961, at which
time the two candidates receiving
the largest number of votes in the
former election shall be voted on
again.
R. W. -HENDERSON -3t
itv Aditor & Clerk 3-9


THE STAR, Port St. Jo.6, Pla.
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961

uaite first in his class. He graduated
a close second.
Lee's military genius was first
'established in ithe Mexican War
where he rose through three pro-
motions ,to Brevet 'Oolonel in just,-'
a short time. At the outbreak of
!the Civil War, he .was .stationed
with the U. S. Army in Texas. He
went immediately -to Washington,
D. C., resigned and joined with the
cause of the South.
One of Lee's first forays. was the
capture of the renegade John
Brown at Harper's., Ferry with a
band of Marxnies.
Lee distinguished himself as a
tactician during the Oivil' War in
Ithe fact that he was always out-
niumbered in battles and won more
than his share, even though badly
outnumbered and outgunned.
Lee outlasted three commanders
,of *the Union Army until Grant
came along. Grant recognized the
faat that it was just a matter of
time ibeftore his superior supplies
and arms would wear the SotUth
down, so he set out to wait 'the sit-
nation" out.
Following the War, Lee was strip-
ped of his .citizenship, which was
never returned. He turned down a
$40,000 a year job with an insur-
ance company to assume the presi-
dency 'of Washi gtdn iUniversity in
Lexington Virginia. The school is
now known as Washington and Lee
University. Lee's tomb is located
on ,the campus of ,the university.
Guests of ithe club Tuesday were
Bob Lee of Tallahassee and Bo
Williamns and Alan Jernigan of the
Point St. Joe High.-School.


Church

Attendance

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School, 282; Training Un-
ion, 116; Worship Services, 430.
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School, 176; Training ,Un-
ion, 124; Worship, Services, 331.
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S. FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday School, 24; Worship Ser-
-- .NOTICE vices, 65; Young People,' 12.
Notice is herieby given that it .:. ..-
will be my intention to apply to the -Highland View Baptist
1961. Se-:.ion of the Florida Legis- Sunday. School, 154; Training Un-
lature for the passage, of a Special ion, 91; Worship Services, 326.
Act providing annual supplemental .4. .4
.pay for the CircuitJid;'e resident WHITE CITY BAPTIST
in Gulf County, Florida, said an- Sunday School and Morning
nual supplemental pay shall be. in woship, 176; Training Union and
addition to the salary paid by the E onn,c, Worship, 147.
State of Florida and to be paid.out
of the general revenue fund of Gulf "
County, Florida: and shall be paid
in equal -monlhl'y installments. CLASSIFIET ADS
This 9 day of March, .1961. 4t ts With
MRS. OLA DENTON Midget Investments With
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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given of my in-
tention to apply to the 1961 Session
of the Florida Legislature for the
passage of a Special Act providing
-an annual sipplemen.al pay for
each of the Circuit--Judges of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit .of
Florida. Said annual supplemental
pay 'to be in addition to 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 March, 1961. 4t
MRS. OLA DENTON
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City Registration books will
open at 9:00- A.M., Wednesday,
March 15, 1961 at the office of the
City Clerk at the Citi Hall. Those
wishing to register as 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
5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday
and from 9:00 A.M. tor 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
not 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-
tra-tion. I


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