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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 30, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keef
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merohantol


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 27


Municipal Election To




Choose Two Commissioners


Tuesday, April 4
Election To Be Held

Registered voters in the City of
Port St. Joe will go to the polls
Tuesday, April 4 ito cast their bal-
lots for two City Commissioners to
serve two year terms on the City
Board.
Group Three
Seeking election in Group Three
are incumbent I. C. Nedley and
0. C. Dykes.
Nedley is the incumbent. He is a
veteran of thp City Commission
having served for a number of years
on 'the city board and has served
several terms as Mayor in years
past. Nedley is one of the few early
settlers of Port St. Joe. He is pre-
sently in the Florist business on
Reid Avenue.
Opposing Nedley is 0. C. Dykes,
a relative new-comer .to Port St.
Joe, but a native !of West Florida.
Dykes was born in St. Andrew
and lived .there all his life prior
to 1956, when he purchased the
Piggly Wiggly Super Market here
in Port St. Joe and moved his wife
and children to this city. He is a
graduate of the University of Flor-
ida School of Engi-neering and ser-
ved with .the Air Force in the Eu-
ropean Theatre during World War
II. He is a 32nd Degree Mason.
This is Dykes' first try for pub-
lic office.
Group Four
Seeking office in Group Four is
incumbent 1. W. Duren and M. B.
(Bob) Phillips.
Duren, the incumbent, has spent


SAMPLE BALLOT

FIRST PRIMARY REGULAR ELECTION

CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA

April 4, 1961

To Vote For A Person Whose Name Is Printed On the
Ballot, Mark A Cross (X) In the Square at the Right of
the Name of the Person for Whom You Desire To 'Vote.

FOR CITY COMMISSIONER, GROUP 3 Vote for One

0. C. DYKES

I. C. MEDLEY




FOR CiTY COMMISSIONER, GROUP 4 Vote for One

I. W. DUREN

M. B. (Bob) PHILLIPS






County Studies Problem of Providing

Office Machine for Tax Collector


Harland Pridgeon, Tax Collector


nearly 'three years in his office. for Gulf County asked the County
He 1.hs been a long-time resident Board of Commissioners Tuesday
in' Port St. Joe. During this time night :to laur '.l-e a validating ma-
he has 'acqtuire.-.-eal estate hold- chine for v.,- n iihis office. Prid-
ings, a mercantile business and a geon told the Board thatt the ana-
trucking 'and hauling firm. Duren chinte would greatly aid the effi-
resides wi:h his fainily-on Allen ciency of his office and would cost
Memorial Way. This is his second 'the County in the neighborhood of
bid for a term on the Commission. $3,500.00.
Duren's opponent, M. B. (Bob) Commissioners E. C. Harden and
Phillips is another newcomer to A. J. Strickland were i-n. favor of
Port St. Joe politics. He is a na- purchasing the machine but Com-
tive of Blountstown in, Calhoun miissioner Leo Kennedy suggested
County. After finishing his school- that the Board walt until investiga-
ing, Phillips attended Lively Voca- tion. cauld !be made as 'to the need
tional School in Tallahassee. He of the machine.


moved to Port St. Joe -seven years
,#go with his family and now resides
at 121 Westcott Circle. He is em-
ployed by the Michigan Chemical
Company here in Port St. Joe.
Polling. Place
Voting polls will be set up in ithe
fire sta ion of the City Hall and
will be open from 8:00 a.m. to
7:00 p.m.
Serving as, pollh'olders will hbe
Mrs. Fred M'addox, Mrs. W. J.
Daughtry, Mrs. T. J. Braxton, Mrs.
Marian McCall, Mrs. Durel Brig-
man, Mrs. Charles Wall, Mrs. J. L.
Temple and Mrs. Joe Bracewell.
P. J. Lovett will l serve as bailiff.


1,478 Persons Are

Registered In City

City Auditor and Clerk R. W.
Henderson told The Star yester-
day that a total of 1,478 voters
are eligible to cast their ballots
in Port St. Joe's First Primary
Municipal Election next Tuesday,
April 4.
Henderson said that the City
registration books closed to new
registrations Saturday, March 25
at noon with 80 new voters being
registered during the two-week
period.
Clerk Henderson said that the
City voting list will not be open
again for registration of voters
until prior to the next Municipal
Election in 1962.

Highland View Methodists
To Begin Revival Services

Revival services will begin Sun-
day, April 2 and run ,through April
9 at the Highland View Methodist
Church, according -to th3 pastor
Rev. Charles Parker. The pastor
will do the preaching with A. B.
Pratt leading the singing.
'. es will be held each night
at 7:30 p.m. and a nursery will be
provided for small children.
The pastor offers a cordial invi-
tation .to all to attend.


Commissioners G. S. Croxton and
Coleman Tharpe were not present
at tlhe meeting.-
Pridgeon told the Board that the
-machine was not in the present
budget, .but that preparations for
installing ithe .machine and con-
verting to its use would take sev-
eral months and he was 'asking
for its purchase in next year's
.budget. More discussion will be
held on the matter at the next
Commission meeting Tuesday, Ap-
ril 11.
Desk Missing
It was brought -to the attention
of the Commission that a $250.00
desk purchased for use by 'the late
B. B. Conklin as Small Claims
Court Judge was missing and
should be .found.


Kiwanis Hears


Talk On Good


Citizenship

An in.' er-club visit from the Pan-
ama City Kiwanis Club Tuesday
furnished the program for the lo-
cal club at their regular meeting.
Jerry Clemmons, of 'the Panama
City Club was the speaker develop-
ing the theme, "How is your Citi-
zenship Quotient". Clemmons urg-
ed the club members 'to become
keenly aware of activities in all
phases :of their government. "Be a
good citizen, write your represen-
tatives in government of your opin-
ions, wishes -and feelings on issues
local, state-wide or national. You
will be surprised how -pleased they
will be .and eager to please", said
Clemmons.
Making up 'the visiting ;group to
the club were Pat Culp, Ira Hill,
Sam Morgan, Coy Helm, and John
Paul. Other visitors of the club
were Key Clabbers Robbie Costin
and Larry Davis. Costin gave a re-
port of the recent Key Club Con-
vention held in Jacksonville, which


he attended.


Lion's Club Talent


Show Slated for


Tomorrow Night

The Port St. Joe Lion's Club an-
nual talent show is scheduled to
-be 'presented tomorrow night at
the Port St. Joe Elementary School
beginning at 8:00 p.m. The Lions
have arranged for 23 big acts for
this year's 6how-all local talent.
According to J. T. Simpson, show
director, this year's 'talent show
should .be better and cover a wid-
er range of talent than any sh ow
of -the past. This year',s show will
'be 'divided into three divisions,
Elementary 'school, High School
and adult, with winners from each
recieving a prize.
Advanced 'tickets are 'still on sale
today and tomorrow and may be
obtained from any .member 'of the
Lions' Blub or you may get your
ticket at the door. Admission is
$1.080 for adults and 50c for chil-
dren. All proceeds will go to the
Clu-b's welfare fund.


DeMaestri Resigns

Michigan Position

It was announced this week that
Fred DeMaestri, vice-president of
,the Michigan Chemical Company
and manager of the local plant has
resigned his position with that
company. DeMaestri's resignation is
tentatively effective April 15.
C. W. Dunbar, of St. Louis, Mich.,
overall plant engineer 'supervisor of
Michigan Chemical will be acting
plant manager of the Port St. Joe
operation following DeMaestri's
resignation.


Men's Softball


Begins Monday

The men's softball league season
will begin here on Monday, April
3. Six teams will be fielded in the
league sponsored by the Vitro Cor-
poration, Sammy's Auto Repair,
Woolford's Standard Service Sta-
tion, Michigan OChemical Company,
Local 740 and the Lion's Club.
Game times will be 6:30, S:30
'and 10:30 p.m. with all games be-
ing played in Municipal Stadium.
Games will be played on Mon-
day and Thursday nights 'of each
week.
Admission to all games is free.


Ministerial Alliance Plans



SFor Special Easter Services


L College-Career


I. C. NEDLEY


1 4,~ u
0. C. DYKES


M. B. (Bob) PHILLIPS


Football Players

Inired ",Spring

Pracli Sessions

Two local high school boys went
to the Tallahassee Memorial Hos-
pital this week with leg injuries.
Wayne Stevens, *son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Stevens suffered a brok-
en leg on the football practice field
last Wednesday afternoon. Accord-
ing to witnesses, he twisted his leg
and fell while running after catch-
ing cleats in the grass. Both bones
in his lower right leg were broken.
He was, sent to Tallahassee 'to have
the Jbones set and is recovering
well, according to his parents.
The other injured student was
Gene Tindel. Gene sprained his an-
kle slightly while playing football
and was sent to the doctor for a
routine clieck-up. In the check-up
it was discovered tha hec had an
old injury of a pulled knee liga-
ment. The knee had never bothered
him. He was sent ,o the Tallahas-
see Hospital where the knee was
put in a cast for a period of time.
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Legion Auxiliary

Plans Bake Sale
The American Legion Auxiliary
will have a bake sale at the Legion
Home Saturday all day long.
Featured for sale will be home
baked cakes, pies and colored Eas-
ter eggs.
Also the Auxiliary will have a
"White Elephant" table. Come in
and look around. You're sure to
find little or nothing to speak of,
but perhaps some gadget you could
use at your fishing camp.


Day Scheduled


At High School

Dr. Mode .Stone, Dean of Educa-
tion, Florida State University, will
give 'the introductory 'address at
the annual Port St. Joe High School
College-Career Day, April 4.
College-Career Day has been es-
tablished in. an effort ito aid stu-
dents in their choice of a college
or career. This iday 'enables them
to ask questions to qualified peo-
ple in the fields they are particu-
larly interested in.
The day will be divided into
three morning classes 55 minutes
each, and three afternoon classes
50 minutes each. First period will
be regarded as a general assembly.
Proceeding Dr. Stone's address a
welcoming message will be given
by !both Leroy Bowdoin, principal;
Bo Williams, student body presi-
dent. Rev. John C. Carmichael,
First Methodist Church, Port St.:
Joe, will give ithe invocation. Rich-
ard Thompson, co-chairman, will
give an explanation of program
procedure and other necessary in-
formation. Bob Kerrigan, chairman,
will then introduce Dr. Stone.
Students from Wewahitchka, Ap-
alachicola and Port S1,. Joe will en-
joy a 20-minute break in the after-
noon, at which time they will b,
served refreshments and have the
opportunity -to meet one another.
The afternoon break is being spon-
sored by ithe Port St. Joe Junior
Chamber of Commerce. The Port
SSt.' Joe Paper Company and many
local merchants .have contributed
items w-hich will be included in the
folders that all speakers and visit-
ing students will receive.
The public is cordially invi edl to
attend and schedules will .be made
available upon request, directed to
the College-C-areer Day Committee,
Port St. Joe High School, Port St.
Joe, Florida.


Rstary Views

First Aid Program

Bernard Wilson of the Florida
Power Company, presented the pro-
gram to the Rotary Club Thursday
of last week.
Wilson showed the film, "That
They Might Live". The film Illus-
trated 'the new mouth to month ar-
tificial resuscitation method now
advocated for first aid in suffoca-
'tion cases. The method was very
simple and the movie showed that
even children could administer the
artificial breathing.
To give ,this type first aid it is
necessary to take the forefinger
and clear the victim's -mouth and
throat of foreign matter. Tilt i.be
head back .to make a straight pas-
sage down .the throat to the lungs.
Pull up 'the chin to pull (the tongue
away from the air passage and
taking deep breaths, blow into the
vic'imn's mouth while pinching his
nostrils to prevent escape of air.
If the air is properly administered
the victim's chest will noticeably
rise. Let the air .escape and re-
peat the blowing process again un-
til 'he patient is breathing without
aid.
Guests of tthe club were C. M.
Chauncey, and Gene Austin of Apa-
lachicola.


Friday Services Easter Sunrise

At First Baptist Service At 6 AM

Good Friday services will be Annual Eas'ter Sunrise Services
held in the auditorium of the First will be `held Easter Sunday, April
Baptist ,church tomorrow, under 2 'at 6:00 a.m. at ,the High School
sps rh orAthletic Field, under the sponsor-
he sponsorship of the Port St. Joe ship of the Port St. Joe Ministerial
Ministerial Alliance. Alliance.
The services will last from 12:00
Noon until 3:00 p.m. with nine lo- Rev. J. A. Blackw.ell, pastor of
cal ministers taking part on the the Church of 'the Nazarene will
program. 'deliver the sermon, "When the Ab-
Subjects to be presented and the 'sence of the Lord Means More Than
speakers ;are -as follows: His Presence".
"Forgiveness at ,the Cross", Rev. Also on 'he program will be the
John Carmichael. Rev. Rueben Davis, pastor of the
"Authority at 'the Cross", Rev. Highland View Baptist Church,
C. Byron Smith. Call to Worship; Rev. J. C. Odnm,
"Rememibrance at the Cross", pastor of the Long Avenue Baptist
Rev. Reuben B. Davis. Church, invocation; Rev. Layd B.
"Submission at 'the Cross", Rev. Underwood, pastor, Presby.:erian'
Charles H. Harthern. Church, Responsive Reading; Rev.
"Suffering at the Cross", Rev. Harry Babbit, pastor, St. James'
Boyd B. Underwood. Episcopal Church, Scrippture read-
"Victory at the ross", Rev. C. ing; Rev. Charles Harohern, pastor
A. Lundy. Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
"Confidence at the Cross", Rev. prayer; Rev. Charles Parker, pas-
Harry Babbit. ,tor, Highland Vie w Methodist
Other ministers taking part in Church, benediction.
the program will be Rev. Charles Music for the program will be
Parker, offering ,the Call .to Wor- furnished by the Port St. Joe High
ship; Rev. J. A. Blackwell, invoca- School Band.
tit n-


A cordial invitation is offered by
the Ministerial Alliance to every-
one to attend all or any part of
this service.


Jaycees to Sponsor


Rally for City


Election Candidates

The Port St. Joe Jaycees will
sponsor a political rally and fish
fry, Saturday, at 5:00 p.m. on the
corner of Reid Avenue and Fifth
Street.
The Jaycees have offered invita-
tions 'and received commitments
from all four candidates for the
two City Commision posts to speak
a*t the rally. The Jaycees will serve
a fish supper for $1.00 a plate dur-
:ug the program.
Tickets are 'now on sale by all
Jaycee members.


Church

Attendance

First Baptist Church
Sunday School, 318; Training
Union, 145; Worship Services, 495.
.:. .*. .:.
Highland View Baptist
Sunday School, 145; Training
Union, 83; Worship Services, 346.
4:.40:.1
Faith Bible Church
Sunday School, 26; Young Pe)-
ple, 14; Worship Services 64.
Long Avenue Baptist
Sunday School, 210; Training
Union, 133; Worship Services, 379.
:. *.:. *.:.
Highland View Methodist
Sunday School, 38; Young Peo-
ple, 11; Worship Services, 63.
S* *.4.
Oak Grove Assembly of God
.Sunday School, 268; Worship ser-
vices, 230; Children's Church, 25;
C. A. Service, 20.

Visits Taylors
Mr. and Mrs. Cur'.is Williams of
Gainesville spent Tuesday night
and Wednesday visiting here with
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Taylor.

BOOST PORT ST. JOE!


Babe Ruth League

Try-ots Scheduled

Babe Ruth League tryouts will
be held March 29, 30 and 31 at the
Centennial Stadium for all boys be-


Ltween the ages of 13 and 15. Boys
of this age group are irged to at-
tend the tryouts 'and register for
thA nenming seasc-n.
0.layer selection date has been
set for Tuesday, April 4.
The League will open its regular
season's schedule on. May 2 with
a double header.
Anyone interested in helping to
coach or manage one of the four
teams in the league -are urged to
con-tact Bill Fleming.


B. ROY GIBSON, Jr.
Rotary President


Roy Gibson Is New

Rotary President

B. Roy Gibson, Jr., was elect-
ed last Thursday to the office of
president of the Port St. Joe Ro-
tary Club for the coming year.
Gibson will assume his office
in July at the beginning of the
Rotary fiscal year.
Other officers are: Vice-Presi-
dent, James T. McNeill; secre-
tary, Paul Fensom and treasurer,
Chauncey Costin.


Frank Hannon Chosen Chairman of Local Group of NFIB


Ann
meant
Frank
Avenu
St. Jo
Federm
ness,
Timbih
Fed er
Each
Sman i
mainti
and is
through
issues
terpris
levels.


ouncement of .the appoint- In an effort to do every thing pos-
of Frank Hannon of the biblee to maintain the American
& Dot's Agency, at 221 Reid way of life, and keep our free com-
e as Chairman, of 'the Port petitive system of business, the
oe Chapter of the National businessmen express their own
nation of Independent Busi-, personal opinion on the ballots each
was made this week by C. E. month and turn them over to Mr.
e, District Manager of the Hannon, who makes tabulatione- or
nation in this area. the to*al number and the manner
h business and professional in which 'they voted.
member of this organization These tabulations are sent, Awi'.
gains a voting membership, the underlying signed ballots. di-
polled iby ballots regularly rectly to the desk of Congressman
'hout the year on bills and Bob Sikes, at '., .ri-r,-.', D. (C.,
that affect independent en- and to State Senator Dempsey
se at the national and state Barron. They are the only minens
whereby independent busines.i and


professional people can keep in
continuing, organized, personal, di-
rect contact with their national and
state legislator.; on measures that
affect, locally and nationally, free
enterprise -'i'r",' ru e:.
The \Naional Fede-ration of Inde-
pendent lusinets.s is a nuon-profit
organization that has the largest in
divdiuali m-nnibership of any busi-
r,--is organization. in the Itni'ed
S'.tes and independent business
,.nd pr'ofe.sion al inen of every vo-
cation participate with voting mem-
r ;* i ).'.d. l'-'e d!css tof tihli oilher
civic or trade affiliations.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961


Square Dance Club Adopts Its

Constitution and By-Laws This Week

'The "Po-Jo Twirlers" Square Also a coke box will be present,
Dance Club held their quraxterly for members who prefer a cool
meeting Tuesday night, March 28 drink. All members are asked to
in the Florida Power Lounge. Ed- keep in mind that a "kitty" will be
win Peters presided at the meet- placed by all refreshments.
ing with Dr. Bill Wager acting as The "Po-Jo" Twirlers constitu-1
secretary in the absence of Mrs. tion and by-laws were presentedI to
Wager. I members. They were approved and
A 50 cup Universal coffee .urn passed by all members.
is .being ordered for the club. This: An important fact was .brought
will furnish all dancers with plenty out in the by-laws in connection
of hot coffee on dancing nights. with members coming to the danc-;


handsome fshions

.. ...... .. .. ......



Nowhere else will you
find a greater variety
of smart spring ap-
parel, or such an
enticing array of
gifts for him.


CURLEE & SEWELL
SUITS in the newest
spring styles, colors and
materials.
'Priced from $39.95

SPORT COATS in spring
weight fabrics, classic
patterns and colors.

Handsome new
HUBBARD SLACKS
in wash and wear and
dacron and wool.

Coats --. from $24.95
Pants -----. from $8.95


es with alcohol on their breath. In
the future anyone who comes on
'the premises this way will be hand-
ed a 'black ball". This is a nice
way of asking you to leave. This
is a violation of the by-laws and a
persistence of this' and 'the subject
kill be -dropped from the club. Each
member will be sent a copy .of 'his.
constitution and by-laws.
The final instruction class will
be Saturday night, April 1 at the
Centennial Building. This is a very
important class and everyone is
urged to att.end. There will be a
,sample of name badges on a table
S;' urday night and everyone can
vote on. the type badge for all club
members.
The graduation of this class will
be Friday, April 7. The new class
,date will be announced in 'the near
'future, .but will be sometime in
May. This, is ideal recreation for
the family who is seeking a whole-
some entertainment. Anyone inter-
ested in signing up .for the next
series of instruction classes are
asked 'to call Edwin Peters at 229-
2241 or Bill Brown 227-8581.


Mrs. Scott Hostess

To Beta Sigma Phi

The Eta Upsilon chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met March 21 at 8:00
p.m. in the home of Mrs. John
Scott.
Mrs. David Jones, president, pre-
sided over the :business session.
The minutes were read by, Mrs.
Walter Brown, and the 'treasurer's
report was given by Mrs. Gordon
Farri.s.
Guest -speaker for the evening
was Bob Sidwell, who presented
the cultural program "Let's 'talk
:on the radio and' over television",
a most interesting discussion was
enjoyed by all members, present.
Plans were made during 'the
business session for the ritual of
Ithe new pledges. This, ritual will
take place in the private dining
room of the St. Joe M'otel, April 4
Iat 8:00 p.m. Pledges are Mrs.
Wayne Gay, Mrs. Earl McCormick,
Mrs. Roy Ma'd'dox, Mrs. Jack Ham-
mock, Mrs. John Slajir, and Mrs.
Sidney Anchors.
Members attending the ,meeting
were: Mrs. Gordon Farris, Mrs.
Harry Murphy, Mrs. Walter Brown,
Mrs. Ralph Ward, Mrs. Braxton
Ward, Mrs. David Jones, Mrs. Har-
rison Hall and Mrs. John ,Scott.


..Sunday with her mother, Mrs. G. Legion Observes 1 Carl Guilford Is
y-a ^W C... MA. Griffin land family. [T
W. C. Miles attended the WMC 42nd Anniversary I Promoted In AF Reserve
f meeting held in the Lynn Haven
S assembly of God Church. He was Last Tuesday, March 21, the The United States Air Force re-
a delegate from 'the Oak Grove American Legion, Post 116 and cently announced the promotion of
Assembly of God Church. their Auxiliary following their bus- First Lieutenant Carl A. Guilford
iness meeting, jointly commemor- to the grade of captain. Captain
-- ementary LuI s aited the 42nd birthday of the Guilford, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elry LuAmerican Legion. Mrs. Lois Dan- Jiames R. Guilford and is a graduate
j" '^ R o MeS Aiell played t-hle National Anthem of Port St. Joe High School. He en-
ROOm VenU and the .members .and Legionettes tered the Air Force soon after grad-
1- En Lunch joinednd in the song. Taps were .play- eating in 1946 and progressed to
S- Port St. Joe Elementary School ed on the -cornet by Danny Moore. Master Sergeant before being com-
Monday, April 3 The five Poppy contestants, Pa.m missioned in 1953. Captain G4 l ord
Beef with vegetables, sliced to- Burch, Carol Parker, Penny Moore, is currently assigned tothe' 86th
Smatoes, cherry pie, white bread and Charlotte Marshall and Vicky Mc- Air Reserve Squadron, Gai.nepville
milk. Gill were introduced with .other while attending ith.e University of
Tuesday, April 4 Legionettes, Peggy White, Judy Florida, College of Pharmacy where
SBarbecuebologna, turnip greens, Moore, Dannies Jordan and Phyllis .he will be a Senior next semester.
Barbecue bologna, turnip greens, Thomason. In civilian life he is associated with
ce''a3,a pudind ilorn kbrea As it was also the birth of Comn- Ca~mpbell's Drug Store in Port St.
Wednesday, April 5 6mander Albert Thames, "Happy oe.
Tea Given Club Hamburgers, snap beans, sliced Birthday" was played for him and Home for Easter
Tomatoes, onions and dillss, apple a small cake presented to ihim. Barbara Eells, student at Sacred
W Iembrl R 1ee .sauce and milk. A cake, decorated as ,the Ameri- Heart College, Cullman, Ala., is
Member BUSnGe S Thursday, April 6 can flag was .served with coffee to spednng the Baster holidays with
Chicken and noodles, English all. her parents, Mr. alid Mrs. Byron
The Eta Upsilon chapter-of Beta peas, letu'tce and tomato salad, Don'it forget, Saturday is ,the last Eells,-Jr.
Sigma Phi was given a Preferential 'chocolate cake, white bread 'and ,day to vote for 'the girl who will be J
Tea March 19, a't the home of Mrs. milk. "Miss Poppy of Port ,St. Joe." Re-
William Wager, chapter sponsor. 'Sriday, April 7 member, money collected in vote CLASSIFIED ADS
The 'tea was given in honor of the Fresh 'fish, green field peas, .caib- containers will be turned in to the
new rushees. Those present were bage slaw, corn .bread, ice cream American Legion Auxiliary Rehabil- Midget Investirnrts With
Mrs. Jack Hammock, Mrs. Sidney and milk. station Fund. Giant Returm
Anchors, Mrs. John Slajer, Mrs.. a --
Wayne Gay, Mrs. .Earl McCormick,
Mrs. Roy Maddox, and Mrs. Jack
Mahon.
The table was 'beautiful with .a
centerpiece of yellow roses, which
is the official flower of Beta Sig-
mna Phi. Mrs. David Jones presided
over the table. Thio guests were NOT Bargain-Counter Coverage...
greeted by Mrs. Edwin Peters.
Members attending were: Mrs.
John Scott, Mrs. Courtney Martin, f.r
Mrs. Braxton Ward, Mrs. Edwin '
Peters, Mrs. Walter Browni, Mrs.
Edwin McGill, Mrs. Gordon Farris, AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE with BIG safe-
Mrs. Terry Hinote, Mrs. David
Jones and Mrs. Harry Murphy. driver SAVINGS from THE TRAVELERS,
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MRS. H. E. RICH
. Observes 81st Birthday


Mrs. H. E. Rich

Feted On Birthday

A SUTPriSe birthdaydiii-ner for
Mrs. H. E. Rich on her ;lst bii,',i-
.day wia.s. planned byher children ii,
,the home of a :son in Marialina.
Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Rich and ;family, Rcv.
a)ild fqrs. Marvin Bice of Marianna;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maxchant of
Sneads, asister of M-rs. H. E. Rich;
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich, M-r. and
Mrs. David Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Rich of White City; Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Sheffield -and. aons,, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Z. Hendersan and Mary El-
len, Jack Levins adii, Mrs. H. E.


.4milable now to Florida inotorists from your
local independent Travelers Agent:


agent's nanie, address. phone nmnber


ADDISON INSURANCE AGENCY

1113 Monunient Ave. Phone 227-4051 Port St. Joe, Fla.

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NEWS ROM

Highland View

Mr. and Mrs. William Sterlin,- By BETTY CREAMER
Skipperof 412 FiTSt Street in High- W. B. Holland and, son., Grover
land View announce. it-he birth of a Lee spent the week end in Colum-
-son, winilam Steven on, March 14. bus, Ga., wilh relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Wright TSg 1. and Mrs. Alton Watson
of 2231/2 Seventh Street announce and -children of Eglin Air Force
the bir'h of a baby girl, Roberta base 'visited his parents, Mr. and
Lou on Mairch 16. Mrs. Ike Watson during -the week
MT. and Mrs. Ross, Hudson, Jr., end.
of 307 Duval S.., announce -the birth Friends of H. A. Matthews will
of a son, Mark Lang an, March 18. regret to learn he undervvenL sur-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Garland, gery in Enterprise, Ala., ho&pital
Jr., of 130 North Piark Arenuean- Alonday. Last repor.', he wag -doing:
noance the birth of a son, Gregory nicely.
Vann on March 18. Kr. and Mrs. J. R. Hewett, -Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Robert Davis of J. W. Wooten and Mrs. C. C. Peter-
1903 Lang Avenue tainnounce the son and Kathy spent Wednesday
birth of a baby boy, Tommy Rich- and Thursday in DeFuniak Springs
ard on March 18. visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. ---Noah Dean Allen We extend ourdeepest sympathy
announce the birth of a baby girl, to the Cooper and -.IcMullon fam-1
Clara Rena on -March 23. ilies in the loss of a loved one.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robert Davis 11r. and Mrs. Ralph Maxwell of-
announce ithe birth of a daughter, Pensacola vistted with Mrs. Alax-
Mary Ellen on March 22. well's uncle, L. H. Kelly and fam-
Mr. and Mrs Robext Forest ily Thursday-
Knowles, Jr., announce the birth and Mrs- W. C. 'Miles. made a
of a son, Robert Anthony on business trip to Wewahitchka Sa'-
March 24. urday.
(All births occurred at the Norma, Sue Peterson spent the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital). week end in Blountstown with
Eloise Bulgar.
Visiting Marshalls Mr. and Mrs- Floyd Casey and
Mr. -and Mrs. P. A. Chatman of daughters spent ithe week end in
Detroit. Michigan -are visiting this Hacoda, Ala., with relatives.
week with -Mrs. R. H. Maxshall. Airs. Eugene- Suggs and son spent,


Men and Boys Wear






THIE TAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961

SOCIAL SECURITY NOTES.....
Recent changes in the Social Social Security available ito its *
Security Law now allow some non- employees unless two-thirds of its
profit organizations to decide wie- employees elected to be covered
other or not they want to make So- under the Social Security Law. and
cial Securi'y available to their em- the organization waived its examp- ,
ployees. These are religious, char- tion from payment of Social Secur-
itable, scientific, literary and edu- ity taxes. ',
national organizations that are There were many small non-pro-
exempt -from payment of income fit organizations where some of
taxes because none of thei roarn- the employees in the organizations
ings go to the benefit of any pri- have tried to become covered but
vate share holder or individual, have not been -able to meet the for-
Before September, 1960, a non- mer two-thirds requirement. Under
profit organization could .not make the recent change, it is no longer
required :hat the organization ob-
tain the approval of two-thirds of I
'he employees to ,secure Social Se-
curity coverage. T'bhe initial decision .4
of electing coverage is up 'to the
employer.
A non-profit organization can '4
now make Sociil,Security available
to employees by taking these steps:
1 (1) Those employees in favor are
asked to sign a list (Form SS-14a);
(2) the organization must waive
its exemption, from paying Social
Security taxes by filing a waiver
certificate (Form SS-15). This wai-
ver -must be sent to the District
Director of Internal Revenue along
with the list of employees who want
811 1OTEE Social Security, if .any.
In 'he past, some non-profit or-
ganizations reported their employ-
S Q- S ees' earnings and paid Social Secur-
*, 3oK i 'y taxes, even though no valid wai-
ver certific.e .had been filed, or
the emplDoyee ha dnot signed the
list indicating he wanted Social
.Security credit for his earnings.
Any worker who had pay reported
incorrectly can now have it credit-
GRAND PRIZE 2 RAMBLERS ed to his Social Securit'y account
2 SECOND PRIZES RamblerAmericanConvertbles if certain conditions are met. In-
2THIRDPRIZESR ambrAmericanStationWaons formation on this change in ithe
8 HARDMAN Duo PLAYER-PIANOS law can be obtained from th local
11 REVCO Built-in REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS Social Security office. Also, some
28 SPEED QUEEN WASHER-DRYERS missionaries and ,other persons who
34 WESTINGHOUSE Deluxe Automatic are not performing services in the
ELECTRIC RANGES exery ise of the ministry have ,been
43 SETS OF WINFIELD CHINA following the procedure 'of paying
400 MEEKER Leather HANDBAGS Social Security taxes a-s hself-em-
500 Electric SUPREME KNIFE SHARPENERS played people. Actually, these peo-
ple should have obtained their So-
S A cial Security credits in lthe sa-me
it's easy to winf manner which apply to lay employ-
Just write in 25 words or less why I es of non-profit organizations. If
you like to paint with Pittsburgh oIe onerof-th oiea.
WALLHIDE Wall Paint or Enamel you are one ,o these people and
and attach the name WALLHIDEU have filed Social Security reports
from label of any Wallhide can. in error, you should make a writ-
COME IN TODAY! ten request to the Internal Revenue
for official eutry blanks and com- Service to have your earnings pro-
plete rules of this contest. Contest I erly credited to -your Social So -
Scloses midnight, May 13, 1961.
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For further information about
benefit rights, under Social Secur-
ity, visit ,or write your Social Se-
ST JOE curity office at 1135 Harrison Ave-
.ue, Panama City, Florida.
Hardware & Supply Co., BOOT PO -- O
__ BOOST PORT ST. JOEI


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receive help through the Holy Spir
WHY I GO TO CHURCH it which keeps me close to him.
As a citizen I feel that I should
set an example before my fellow-
By EDWARD J. WOODS myself to go to His house of wor-
I feel it lmy duty to God and to ship regularly. L is there that I .men that will enable ,us as a na-
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SaMtending church I find the wisdom
and knowledge that I need from
I God to live .by His plan.
By attending church we help oth-
ers to find Christ and to solve
problems .that cannot be solved
through any other source.
It is ait church 'that I meet and
'associate with the better people
of our city an county. There is
nothing that will take the place of
going to .church and worshipping
God with His people. By 'doing this
often I ,am refreshed and life is
really worth living. I am assured
through attending Gcd's house that
I ,am not running as a coward from
what will help me and my 'fellow-
man.
Our every need is in Christ so
let's be faithful 'to the church of
our choice by .attending every ser-
vice possible.
Word's are inadequate in trying
to express. what our Lord Jesus
Chrisit means to me. I 'am very hap-
py that I have the .opportunity to
attend church and find my every
need in Him.
I can truthfully isay to you that
it pays to attend church, so I urge
everyone to attend somewhere
each and every Sunday.
I recommend to you Christ and
the church.
Returns from Trip


Attend Student

Council Meeting
By BO WILLIAMS
Students from ,the Port Sit. Joe
High School ,Student Council at-
'tended 'the annual .convention of the
Florida Association of Student
Councils at Florida High in Talla-
ha'ssee, March 9 'through 11.
The FACS i's one of the state-
wide organizations of high school
student councils which together
make up the National Association
of Student Councils. The main ob-
jectives of these groups are: (1) to
build better Student Councils which
are assets ,to 'their schools: (2) to
promote good inter-sc'hool rela-
tions: (3) to er-pupil relationship; (4) to pro-
motte higher standards of citizen-
ship; (5) ito promote .democratic
'thinking and living; (6) to co-or-
dinate school club 'activities, and
(7) 'to promote leadership and in-
terest in activities among the stu-
dents.
Problem's and projects of 'the lo-
cal councils are discussed in small
groups.
In the elections, P. K. Yonge
Laboratory School of Gai'nesville
was .elected president; Winter Ha-
ven was 'elected vice-president and
Landon 'of Jacksonville was chosen,


Mrs. W. S. Smith returned home secretary-treasurer .The seconding
yesterday from a two week busi- speech .for Pensacola High, ru.ner-


,ness and pleasure trip 'to Georgia.


Boots -- $9.95 up
Work Shoes $4.95 up
All Types
Men's and Boy's
OXFORDS $4.95 up
All Types Canvas
SHOES $1.98 up

SPECIAL
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$3.98


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SHOE REPAIR
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SHOE REPAIR
227 Reid Avenue


up of four candidates for president,
was made by Richard Thompson of


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

Proclamation
WHEREAS, ,the Month of April
1961 has been designated as Can-
cer Month in Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, and

WHEREAS, the Gulf County
Unit .of .th eAmerioan Cancer So-
ciety proposes to solicit Zontri-
butions from citizens of the City
of Port St. Joe 'during 'the month
of April 1961 as 'assistance in the
continuance of the necessary
work of this organization.
NOW THEREFORE, I, J. L.
Shari't, Mayor of the City of Port
,St. Joe by virtue of the power
vested in me, -do hereby proclaim
the month of April as cancer
month in t:he City of Port St. Joe,
and recommend to our 'citizens
of 'this community 'to .cooperate
and assist *the workers of the
Gulf County Unit of the Ameri-
can Cancer Society during their
.drive in ,the cancer fund crusade.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
,have hereunto set my hand and
caused the official seal of the
City of Pont .St. Joe, Florida to
be affixed hereto, this 27th day
.of March A. D., 1961.
/,s/ J. L. SHARIT
Mayor
ATTEST:
/is/ R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk
SEAL


YH-IURSAY, MARCH 30, 1961
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, the defendant, Pearlie
Mae Blount, is required to serve
upon Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
plaintiff's attorney whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a, copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court ithe original of
an answer to the bill of complaint
filed against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wew'ahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 21st 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
Arrives for Visit
Miss Judy Fensom 'arrived home
last night, !from Columbia, Missou-
ri, where ,she attends Stephens Col-
lege. She will ,spend the Easter holi-
days with her parnets, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Fensom.





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


Port St. Joe. NOTICE
Outgoing officers were: presi- Notice is hereby given that it
dent, Da.n McCarty High of Fort will 'be my intention to apply to the
Pierce; vice-president, Melbourne 1961 Session of the Florida Legis-
High and secretary-treasurer, Flor- lature for the passage of a Special
id, High of Tallahassee, the ,. Act providing annual supplemental
da High of TallAssee, the os pay for the Circuit Judge resident
school. in Gulf County, Florida, said an-
Man speaker and distinguished nual supplemental pay shall be in
guest of the convention was Dr. addition to 'the salary paid by the
S. tate of Florida and to .be paid out
Gerald Van Poole, executive secre- of the general revenue fund of Gulf
itary of the National Association. fCounty, Florida and shall be paid
-Resolutions, were passed calling in equal monthly installments.
for an increase in the number of' This 9 day of March, 1961. 4t
colleges, and, startinMRS. OLA DENTON
colleges, 'an dastarting 'a program of i _____________


relief in the form of food and cloth-
ing to Cuban refugees in the Miami
and Tampa-St. Petersburg areas.
Delegates attending from Port
St. Joe were: .president, Bo Wil-
haimns; vic,- presid-ent, Richard
Thompson; Boy's State Treasurer,
Bob Kerrigan; Council Treasurer,
Jimmy Dawson, Baxter Undorwood
and faculty 'sponsor, James Moore.


IN THE CIRCUTI COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
NEWTON BLOUN ',
Plaintiff,
vs.
PEARLIE MAE 3LOUNf,
Defendant.
NOTICE of DIVORCE
TO: PEARLIE MAE BLOUNT,


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To The Voters

of the City of Port St. Joe


I would appreciate your vote and sup-

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4, in the election Tuesday, April 4.

I have supported and will continue to

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THURSDAY,- MARCH 30,"1961


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WES"MY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BAu.LL 7-8161
Entered as second-clan matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffloe, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 / SIX MONTHS $L75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for sach
advertisement.
The spoken word Ir given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word baiely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word Is lost; the printed word .'emalns.



YOUR VOTE IS IMPORTANT
Probably the upcoming Municipal Election next Tues-
day has had the quietest incubation period on record where
a candidate had an incumbent.
Add to this fact that there is no hot issue before the City
at the present time. As a matter of fact, it looks as if every-
body is as satisfied asthey could be.
Such a situation is good in that harmony abides in the
ranks, but it also makes for apathy when voting day comes
around on the part of the voters. The voting populace tends
to stay away from the polls in droves when nothing is in the
air to stir their ire.
Regardless of the status of things at the present time,
we feelthat every, registered voter in the City should cast
their ballot Tuesday, even if you are not now particularly
interested in the outcome. We urge you to become interest-
ed. We remind you that the two men chosen Tuesday will'
serve as City Commissioners for the next two years. They'
.will' have the job 'f helping to guide the City through two
years that could be very important to the people of Port St.
Joe.
"It's immaterial to us how you vote but it is of, cori
S.cern to us ahsd e ery citizen of Port St. Joe that you east your,
,ballot Tuesday



CARRY BIG STICK ...
President Kennedy gets a hearty hurrah from this cor-'
ner for his ultimatum issued to Russia. And upon the issu-:
ance of this ultimatum, Russia has assumed the iunaccustom-
ed position of being on the defensive. She has stolen the po-
sition occupied so long by the United States-for a day at
least. And, Kenntedy's bluff has worked. Russia is_badking_
down in Laos.
And do you know why Russia is backing down- in Laos
as a result of the President's bluff? Because she isn't as
tough as she wants the world to believe. Krushchev?, too nie,
is like the bully he talks a good fight. -
This should also discourage the President from pursuing
the subject of disarmament to any great extent.- -While Rtzs-
sia doesn't let on to this, she actually wants disarmament.
The moratorium on testing atomic weapons was right -up h1
alley. Just the thing to keep the scales more eveiflybaISp1
ed in her favor. Disarmament could be the difference be-
tween an early victory to Russia and a gamble on eventual
victory over the brains, know-how, technology and energy of
the United States.
Why does Russia want disarmament-especially of nu-
clear weapons? Just think for a minute. What is the U. S.
using for a muscular right arm right now? A gigantic atom-
ic punch with SAC and missiles. Even though Russia has
more rocket power than the U. S. (and we believe this is the
extent of Russia's edge in any phase) the striking powetlrf
the U. S. is keeping the Russian Bear in his own back yard.
An expressed willingness to defend what we believe-and
the power to back up our boasting-has contained the Rus-
sians ambitions and this fact alone.
But what would this disarmament bring about? It
would strip the U. S. of its present striking power. This
would make us dependent on our manpower, alone for de-
fense. And where would the U. S. be in a contest of man.
power against manpower? They outman us eight. to one!
Hitler lost his dream, because of superior manpower
.against him. He had the technology. The Japanese lost
their conquest dream because of superior manpower against
them.
Russia wants disarmament, because then they would
have the U. S. right where they wanted them--outmynnedd
and thus outgunned. We trust that the President will be
just as adamant at protecting the interests of the United
States as he is at protecting Laos.


President Don G. Mitchell of General Telephonitie anid
Electronics Corporation, says: "If management fails-to ap-
portion the benefits of greater productivity on a fair sh~iring
basis among share owners, employees and customers, if labor
takes all of the productivity increases in the form of hiilgher'
wages, if government keeps increasing the tax load without
making sure that it has first eliminated waste aiid extrava-
gance of its present tax revenues-there won't be anything
left for anybody. There isn't any bottomless bucket of gold
in this economy or any other economy ."


President Arthur H. Motley of the Chamber of Com-
merce of the United States, says: "Today tens of millions of
dollars are grabbed in lump sums out of the U. S. treasury--
out of everybody's pocket-to build a waterways project
benefiting only a small area; to build sewers or sidewalks or.
clear up a blighted downtown areajinaome community which '
has found a new way to shirk local responsibility."


Tips On Spring Gardening
P -=n:) M -- .


By HERVEY SHARPE
Fla. Ag. Extension 'Service
For an Interesting indoor hobby,
grow the multi-purpose aloe -vera.
Akin to the-century plant, aloe
is a decorative, fleshy succulent.
It's often called the drugstore
-plant.
' Drippings Brom "'the dagger-like
leaves- mixed in wafer-pep up a
sliggish alimedntary 'system.' Ohem-
istry of the plaint is vague. But for
sure the' pSle yellow crystalline gly-
coside coflled'bairbloin imparts 'the
laxative 'ipfopreties., "
It's used a a firt-aid kit .on the
kitchen sil. Whe i hot grease pops,
watery pulp rolm 1the plant Is used
to soothe "thi4 burns.
' There' a 'modern notion that
aloe oiatmenit 'is good 'tloa atomic


burns. .
'Eons' ago the' Greeks began, to
use the plant Las' a~ onic. Ii' India
aloe is used 1to soften 'the p.ln 'of
cuts said bruises. Philippino women,
*il th' uice froifi aloe leaves with
wine to prevent 'aije-u' Some
women just drink "wine.
As an oaiamental. aloe vera is
avai bible, from u urselym'el', variety
sa 's aod "roii' plant s'sctions of
apupermarkt- s.
Thc dagger-shaped .leavesF are
pale "green 'wlh' 'inregular white
'blotches. Margins hav'Vweak'IPrick-
l'e.'"D'igger p6liahs ar ,'tpped with
yellow or reddish spineas'.
FlIower. wise, the aloe sehdas up a.
*braniied .stem densely 'packed with
yellow or tubularr posies.' ..
Gardeiners with'l i ~'fightest
ifge Of "'S "een tiumb cani raise
the plant. Aloes stay h6dithy for
years' wit -irtt.Ue'care: They 'thrive
on'a ioil mixture of is;ndy"ioam '3'
parts, :'fine rubblE aaid b oken
bricki 'one 'i a rt'
S Spring e er-
Spring bjirtisti:g''oui all over is '
goodt 'g for 'thi ga'rden sr-unrles
it's'di;:.coverEd ithat-ittrhe bark on a
-prised ornamental is rupturing To
Wi'e neophyte "this' could 'be an
orngn of a strangee n'"w diseasee.
Chances are ',the. splitting bark is
hot a ne "allThent, 'but th after-
ailth 6f winter freezes. Delayed
deEth of plant .branches also cause
SJak'Fros's ,havoc may not'show'
up Until week-a or monCtjhs afLer thpe.
chilling winds have given way to
*tropioa- _eer.zes._
I .you're not s. e. of jii ailni]ut
oh ycopr plans. s ala'.. a good
idea_'Lo cheA, ) symptonis with
your lu .l plant spe(ialis- .:r coun-
qty agent.' Or 'you mnay send a plant
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Department, Agricultural Experi-
ment Startion, University of Flor-
ida, Gainesville.
Bougainvilleas
W.'s possible to find some of these
vines that flower 'almost any sea-
son of the year. But, if your vine
didn't put on a better 'show than
the neighbor's, perhaps you had
too heavy a hand in the fertilizer
bag.
Bougainvilleas are very sensitive
,to nitrogen. Too much will give
lush-'growth but few flowers.
SOne 'pound of 2-12-12 fertilizer
per, 100 :square feet of soil area
'usually will insure blossoms next
season,
. Another ,method to !force flow r-
ing is 'to cut some ot 'the plant
roodig. With 'a garden spade-also
known 'e s an idiot s'tick-make
three or four stabs into 'the ground
around the plant about 24 inches
from ithe Ibase. This ,plant torture
,method works in about nine cases
q.ut of 1o0.
S, .


- Phone 223-3224'
Tallahassee, Florida


.:. 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.IT.
EVANGElhISTIC SERVICE -.-8: 00 P.M.' '
PRAYER ME'TING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)

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S -r erns: T .-. great gahitering on Pentecost Sun'.
Off Rt-S ,TO day.
'.-..*.Mr. Harthern has many minister-
V is it-i E l n d ial enngagenments to f'u lli tin Wales,
,.',.. a n d -. ...n. .Wa les-
1 'rndon, Li'veip'ol, Mnaclies'ter,
.Pastor ndM. -Charles it : Gla :-- 1 and if timee permits, in
*Prastor "ld"MI: COarles N H"ar- .jreland. The Hartherns plan to
.thWrno will.be leavingNE...YLrk, .spend a week-at the Assemblites, of
Wednesday, April 5, for another God General Council, held in Pres-
trip to EngIlaf.Ther-will-aiL-ILatyn, NWaos.--------- -
Ithae "Queen Mary" ,.. arriving -. 3" r. H-.rulern has iit brothers
Southampton tHe- day"'later a 1ite EIa, udL MIa.. 'Hari brth as
The Harthleri will be 'tay.n f,:,tr *broltOers and 'i-l trs inEn ng-
with Mr,... Hartheriu'. .sister., 8 Man,- land 1 A.t.r p'e-ndieg 30-.. years in
or Court 'St., Penkd-ull, Stoke-un- rio.-coaa l a haulag 'bu.sinessQ Ln
Tren,, .3-ng.i.., -. .. StOk ,- -i-"rcDl, th. H ar hLh ijr.s .Ave
Pastor Harthern .ila make a trip iall up o ter L 10 t full .tLi-, uin-
ito Palestin elastin"g'16 days, "aIi: istry.
ing at Athens, Cairo and other Pastor Harthern has his return
parts of Jordan, before attending passage booked on June 24 aboard
the W.:,rld PentecLs.al.onferen9ce the'S. S. 'Parthia'. His wife will re:-
in Jerusalem May 19-21, with a turn after. 1
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To The Voters

Sof the City of Port St. Joe

I am a candidate for re-election for your
City Commissioner in GROUP THREE and
I kindly ask for your vote and support.
Port St. Joe has been my home for 39
years. I am a property owner and tax
payer in dhe City and County.
WI 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
hope you will go to the polls April 4th
andimark your "X" by my name on the
ballot.


Thank you.



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Wednesday _7:30 p.m.
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ing acceptance and recognition lexico Beach seems 'o ave
from residents 'of both Mexico quite an appeal in attracting for.
Beach an adjacentt Culf County. ier St. Louis, Mo., residents to be-
A wide variety of books are re.gu-nent members o t
larly available through -he bookmo- ,a c enImunib'y.
bile, including fiction. and non-fic-


tion, many on 'the best seller list;
also children's books and maga-
zines.
Requests for books not on hand
are given 'special consideration,
with hte librarian making every
effort .to have them fo rthe reader
-on the next visit.
The Bookmobile is .stationed in
front of .the Governor Motel each
Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. and 'then at the Mexico Beach
Shopping Center from 11:3( to
12:30.
Permanent residents of Bay
County may use the library service
free. However, Gulf County resi-
dents are 'also served for a smallI
fee. Non-residents are ,also given
consideration and may use the li-
brary facilities for 'a small fee.
A A A


Among recent St. Louis arrivals
',re \Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Crooms, e, .
who lave been regular visitors to
Lhe Mexico Beach area for the past
10 years, and are now planning to.
make their home here permanent.'y
The Crooms are the owners of a
four-family apartment on the b sach,
built last year. Their son, Ed
Crooms and his family, who own
and operate 'the Gulf Cabanas Mo-
tel, have been residents for the
past three years.
Other former St. Lopisans are
Mr. 'and Mrs. Morris Missler who
own and operate the Jolly Golf Fun
Center, 'built last summer. A. J.
Rennre, recent owner of the Drift-
wood Motel, is another St. Louisan
,as. are Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mabury.
Practically all the St. Louis peo-
ple have contributed !to the busi-


ness 'and building activity of the
beach community and indications
are that more and more St. Louis-
ans will .be moving down ,to Mexico
Beach to enjoy and share in its ad-
vantages and growth.

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 supplemental 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
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THE STAR, Port St. .l,. Hai
THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961
NEWS FROM
Mexico Benc
By Mrs, Betty Missler
Phone 648-3205
MEXICO BEACH BOAT
BASIN NOW OPEN
The new boat basin at Mexico
Beach is, now open to all small boat
owners who are interested in using
the facilities for boating and fish-
ing in (the Gulf waters. A 52 pound
Ling, believed to be the firs, of
the season, was among many fish
,caught last Friday by a boat oper-
ating from bhe new boat basin.'
FIRST LING CAUGHT
AT MEXICO BEACH
A 52 pound Ling, believed to be,
the first of :the season, was brought
in last Friday afternnoon at the
new Mexico Beaoh boat basin which
is now open and operating.
Captain Wally Krueger of 6347
East Highway 98, Panama City,
brought his boat to the new basin
and caught the big 461/2 inch long
fish in ithe Gulf waters just off
Mexico Beach. G. K. (Do.c) Gilles-
pie and Eugene Flohe .of Mexico
Beach, witnessed tthe catch.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL
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FIRST METHOD
John C. Carmic


TALLAHASSEE-If Gov. Farris Bryant has to renege
on his campaign pledge against new taxes for state pur-
poses, and there's a possibility the economic situation will
force it, he'll go down fighting.
And 'he's 'going to wait until the
last possible minute to make the Most of the recommendations o
decision. which Bryant has pledged publicly
involve spending programs for
Bryant is getting his legislative which he cannot be certain funds
program into final shapes. But he will ibe available. He does not want
'-si4d -he will not complitt the ma- to make -promises he won't .be able
jor portion, 'dealing wtth state to keep.
snemnding, until almost the eve of A teacher pay raise and construc-
the April 4 session.. tion for new and .existing ,universi-
He wants to ,base his rmc-,mr.-eu- ties and institutions fall in this
nations for financing 'state -..v-.uin. category.
ment -on 'the very latest informa- Bryant favors 'some teacher 'pay
tion, ii. order .to take advanta. u of raise and establishment ,of new
an, sudden .upswing in the ezon four-year colleges at Boca Raiton
onlmy. and Pensacola, .but concedes there
He is most anxious that his mes- is little likelihood of either imnmed-
sage to the Legislature reflect :the lately unless, the financial plictrue
very latest situation *in .the chang- brightens.
ing financial picture. He has 'stuck to thi's pledge
M.uch. 'of Bryant's legislative pro- against new taxes, 'despite recurring
-.gram already is public knowledge. -signs it 'might mean a curtailment
No ,specific details ;are known, but of 'desirable services,.
he has said he will seek laws to This week, following pes'simistio
curb obscene literature, remove reports 'of declining 'tax collections
from the merit system jobs at the and a crisis in the tax-raising abil-
policy-making level, repeal the cast ity of some counties that could
reserve requirement in the primary mean -the state will have ;to cough
road fund, solve *the lengthy reap- up $33 million to bail ouit the
portionment idel-imma ,and revise schools, ithe governor gave the first
the State Constitution. sign ;r weakening on -that score.
Now Meeting Legislators \ Called ,Hardest Problem
He's been holding two .to three) -He ,said it poses the "Hardest
meetings a week with legislators I-problem" 'he has to face.
and other groups .on proposed, legis- s "I btill believe 'that within pres-
ltion an &dhas hired ,one legislative iently anticipated revenue we can
aide, former Rep. Max Brewer do l he job." he said, ,but ,added:
Titusville, and plans to ,adt d itwo "If revenues were 'to drop off
more shortly .before the session more, I would, have -to make a deci-
open's. sion between -doggedly clinging to
a commitment that I made ,on the
one hand, and sacrificing vital in-
IST H tereIts of ith'e state on 'the other,
IST CHURCH hand. That is a decision so -difficult
I do not want ,to make it until the
We. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor necessity arises."
The question is, he said: "Do
9:0. my commitments -to !the people,
9:30 a.m. which are a matter of honor, -over-
11:00 a.m. I ride a general commitment 'to eftif-
6:15 p.m. Icienitly meet .the needs 'of the state.
7:80 p.m. i The state i-s the people.
ednesday) 7:30 p.m. "I have an 'obligation 1m .each area
W and I will be governed in .the final
hip God With Us" analysis -by the good of 'the state.
S I, don't think it is! good f-or 'the state
.though, for a candidate for 'o'fice to
say he is going ito do 'something and
DIST CHURCH not do it. I think it destroys
eIST CHURCH confidence in government oand de-
chael Pastor f-eats the -electoral system.


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.
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PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) __ 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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"Therefore, b yd oggedly clinging
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Poor vision niay be due to
variations in the size or shape of
the eyeball or to conditions in
the eye produced by disease or
injury of the optic nerve of the
visual pathway.
According to estimate, be-
tween four and ten per cent of
persons who consult an eye phy-
sician have an eye disease or in-
jury. Between 90 to 96 per cent
* of people with poor vision have
a refractive condition or diffi-
culty in focusing the two eyes as
a team. Difficulty in focusing
can be overcome with the use of
correcting glasses or by training
in the combined use of the eyes.
The prevention of farsighted-
ness, nearsightedness and astig-
matism is still to be discovered,
although we do know a great
deal about how to prevent eye
diseases.
Eye infection formerly was a
leading cause of blindness which
has virtually disappeared due to
the use of prophylactic drops in
the eyes of all newborn babies.
Today only 10 per cent of blind-
ness is said to be caused by in-
fection and the use of the newer
antibiotic drugs is reducing this
figure.
About 16 per cent of blindness
is caused by general diseases
such as diabetes, hardening of
the arteries and high blood pres-
sure. Almost half of blindness is
now caused by cataract and if
surgery is done at the right time,
95 per cent of persons thus af-
flicted can have their sight
saved. Glaucoma (abnormal ten-
1 sion within the eyeball) is a
common cause of blindness and
if discovered early enough it is
possible to arrest the condition
and prevent blindness in mosi
cases. Not many years ago it
was estimated that ten per cent
of all blindness was due to in-
jury but this has been reduced
Sto five per cent through safety
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of teaohera sand "I hope that ithe
economic situation will improve ito
a point where we -can do it."
He said there are just two areas
from which funds for raises can
'be obtained. One is through savings
in other agencies ,and other activi-
ties in government. The other he
is not yet ready to disclose.
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steered clear of :specifics in ,the
field of teacher pay raises ,because- To Visit Here
he ,does not want 'to make ,commit- Cadet Captain Charles S. Coody
ments until he knows he can carry of Gulf Cost Military Academy of
them out. Gulf-.port, Miss., will arrive Thurs-.
But h.e said -he feels there is a day to spend .the Spring holidays
need to improve the pay ;situation with his aunt, Mrs. W. S. Smith.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THE STAR


THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961


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Leave it to the-'' Jet-smooth Chevies to go easy
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Chevrolets-V8's and 6's-priced lower than com-
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THE STAR, Port St. LJor'FI.


THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1981


SThe Tattler


"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little tun"
H. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
; Published by
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BOYLE$S DEPARTMENT STORE f
3 PHONE BALL 7-4261
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
GLADYS GILL Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-wear
MRS. R. DAVIS, TREVA SURRENCY ...-..... Lingerie and Hosiery
GUY N. MIDDLETON ... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
i GERALD THOMAS Maintenance and Stock Man

The Meaning of The Resurrection


I am the resurrection and the
life: he that ,believeth in me, tho
he were dead, yet shall *he live.
end whosoever liveth and believeth
in 'me shall never die. (John 11:
25,. 26)
But on the first day of the week,
at early .dawn, they went to 'the
tn'mb, taking the spices which 'they
bad prepared. And they lornd 'the
stone rolled away from the tomb,
built when they went in they did not-
find the body. While they were per-
plexed about this, behold, two
men stood by 'them in dazzling ap-
parel; and as 'they were frightened
and bowed their faces to the
ground, ,the men said to 'them, 'Why
do you 'seek the living among the
dead? 'Rmeeniber how he told you
while he was still in Galilee, that
,the son of man must be delivered'
into the hand's of sinful man, and
be crucified, and on the third day
rise." And they remembered his
word's, and returning from the .tomb
they .told .all this to the eleven 'and
all the rest. Now it was Mary Mag-
dalene an'd Joanna and Mary the
mother of James -and Athe other
women with them who told this to
the apostles; but 'these words
'seemed to them an idle tale and
they did not believe 'them." (Luke
24:1-12).


recent column that appears daily
in 'the Florida Times-Union (Good
Morning by Tom Sims). We feel
it is .fine food for .thought.
"Do unto others a's you would
'have them do unto you," is known
'to everyone as 'he Golden Rule._
It is an excellent rule, and
should be observed iby all of us.
By obeying 'this .rule we would
prevent most auto wrecks. In any
wreck that happens one driver
usually is at fault.
He wasn't driving as he would
have others on 'the highway drive.
It would .stop :all murders, burg-
.iaries. and thefts. W'e wouldn't kill
or steal from others who did not
do this to us.
By observing ,the Golden Rule we
would increase -the intake in taxes
.of local, county, ,satie and of the
federal government.
We would stop 'trying to chisel
on our tax payments. 'Thi.s 'would
produce money .to build better
'schools, 'an'd more pay for the
,teachers.
Our most valuable possessions.
are 'our friends, and 'by observing
the Golden Rule we would find ,ihat
we have many more irieuds.
Now is. the proper"'time for every,
person 'to start trying .to: "Do unto
others as we would -have others


The following is 'a reprint of a do unto us."


of Marianna, Bohbbte of Apa3lachi-
Last Rites for cola and Billy o f Frink: none d'augh-


of God Church with the Rev. W. G.,
Mizell at 2:.00 p.m. Sunday, March
26. Interment was in Magnolia
Cemetery in Apalachicola.
Pallbearers were Troy Lee Jones,
T. E. Tubberville, 0. H. Canning-'
ton, Earl Davis, Steve Daniell and
Bud Williamson.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.

John D. McMullon

Taken By Death

Funeral services were held for
John Daniel McMullon, age 68 from
the Highland View Baptist Church
Friday, March 24 at 2:.00 p.m. The
pastor, Rev. Reuben Davis off'cia:-
ed. Mr. McMullon passed away at
the Municipal Hospital Wednesday,
March 22.
'Intermen, was in Holly Hill
Cemetery.
McMullon was a resident of 670
Second Avenue in Highland View.
Active pallbearers w e r e Jim
Whittington, Carl Raffield, P. T.!
McCormick, Jessie Laurim'ore, M.
C. Wood, Carl Goodson. Honorary
Pallbearers were W. B. Holland,
L. Wood, Cred Maddox, Lloyd Goff,
J. D. Stafford and W. H. Weeks. ,
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Ottis McMullon; 'three sons, Brax-
ton of Orlando, William and Rob-
ert of Highland View; five daugh-
ters, Mrs. Inez Wood, Highland
View; Mrs. Jewel Hutoheson, Plant
City; Mrs. Mildred Wood, Highland
View; Mrs. Christine Miller, Neder-
land, Texas; Wanell Posey, War-
ner .Robins, Ga., and 15 grandchil-
dren.
Comforter Puneral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Meeting To Plan
Communications Net
There will be a 'meeting tomor-
row night, in ithe private dining
room of 'the Motel St. Joe to dis-
cuss a- comim'niiEcation's network
set-up for Port ,St. Joe and Gulf
County.
The meeting is .being called 'by
A. P. Jackson in connection with
Civil Detfease work.
'All those interested in taking
pa t in this network are urged to
attend- this meeting at 7:30 p.m.


r rt l o ter, Mrs. 'Eunice Griffin of Port -- -- --
Mrs. iyr e cooper t Joe; her parn, Mr. and Mrs. Pyl Offers Thanks To
....- J.ames--H'enry-Boae. of Frink; two ye Ofers hn s
Mrs. Myrtle Lee Cooper, age 49, brothers, Earl Buore of Wewihitch- cot Di Workers
passed :away .at the Municipal Hos- ka and Carlos Booner of Tarpon le, of the Scou
pital. Friday; March 24. Mrs. Coop- Springs and one sister, Mrs. Fran- f P o the
er was a resident of 401 Garrison Ices Richards ofwest Pa Bea resed his appreciation to all the-
Avenue. and four grandchildren.presed hsppreciation to all he
Avenue.. u many workers who participated in
She is survived by her husband, Funeral services were conducted 'this drive. Pyle stated that as of
M. 0. Cooper; 'three sons, 'Herman from the Highland View Assembly Wednesday morning a 'total of
.- Fancy Meats, Groceries and Vegetables


EASTER VALUE FESTIVAL WED. P.Jl THURS., FRI. and SAT.


MA 8uKs" TAWORK HARDI, UY.ORE,

- SAVE AT BOYLES THIS EASTER! -v- ET ,!


Easter Value Festival
Too Lovely to Describe

EASTER


HATS

ON SALE! $1.00 OFF on
each, purchase


Wide Selections Bigger Savings Better Service
SALE OF EASTER HANDBAGS
3 State and
-" Federal
$1-$2-$3Tax Inc.

We surprised ourselves with this amazing collection of
new purses to compliment your Easter ensemble-Style
Quality and Value-Save 13% here!


Easter Dollar Days Shop With Peace of Mind at
Special Sale Group Trim Tred, Natural Bridge, French M
Special Sale Group Our Finest Selection Eve


SLACKS RESS SHOES
REDUCED FOR EASTER PARADE
$5.00| r $5 $6 $8 $9

Fine selection new colors White, patent, bone, red, lavender, W3
and patterns. Miracle fab-: bone and brown, combinations. Medium
rics. Cuffed, 50c extra. hi heels. Widths and sizes to fit.


Easter Dollar Days

SHOES

$4 &$5 pr.

Dress. oxfords and
loafers. Black, brown
and combinations.
All sizes.


Boyles
odes, Williams,
er .


white and black,
a, hi and extra


Easter Value Festival
Polished Cotton

BOUFFANTS
For Girls 4 to 14

$1.00
Extra ordinary value!
Sellout!


A Value Parade
360 ON SALE!

BOY'S SHIRTS


$1.00

Sizes 1 to 14
New printed patterns. Full 01
sanforized. Short sleeve. Al
crew neck knits in a fine a
sortment of colors.


Easter Dollar


PORT ST. JOE, FI


DA PHmTNE 227-4261


Days


PANTIES
For girls, 4 to 14

5pr.$1V

First quality rayon
White and pastels


I' ._. $772.58 had !been. deposited in the
bank. He said that several more
RICH'S S per AR-KET sources of revenue had not been
,heard from yet, -and was confident
(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST. JOE ON HIGHWAY 71) that 'the -drive would 'go over the
$1 000 mark.
(Limit Rights Reserved) AT WHITE CITY, FLORIDA $1 000 mark.
Pyle .stated 'that while i*,he goal
-- THESE SPECIALS GOOD MONDAY THRU SATURDAY, APRIL 1 -- of $1,600 was not reached the cur-
m rent drive had 'the -best response
FLAVOR RICH PORK LB. FANCY 3 BOXES of any Scout 'drive in Port St. Joe.

SStrawberriesA NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
*. .J --,m A -- n Notice is hereby given of iten-
SFRESH BLACKEYE PEAS ionto apply to the 1961 session of
I; (the Florida Legislature for the ipas-
RESH SEL L P1 BAS 0 sage of an act to repeal Chapter
57-1348, Laws of Florida, Special
Swift Premium CountryF AActs of 1957, which was 'an act to
I SAUSAGE lb. Azaleas 60c create and, establish the Gulf Coun-
SAUAGE T 39 .t') ty Gas District; and providing an
Large Azaleas ea. 60 effective date.
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SWIFT SELECT ALL KINDS

BEEF LIVER lb. 39C AZALEAS 5 for $1 ,

FRESH PORK Bridal Wreath ea. $1.50 !i.

BACKBONE lb. 39c White Magnolias $2.00

SWIFTPREMIUMCHOICE Jap. Magnolia $3.00

BE EF SALE LARGE GRADEM"A
STHE BEST PREMIUM ONE DOZEN FREE EGGS o
SWith $10.00 Grocery Order or More 0 61 )RL..
I New York 54A W o.O BUILT
STEAK lb. NABISCO SALTINE I T(
STEAK b. CRACKERS lb.29c
SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRESH OF ITSE

ST-BONE lb. u Garden Peas 1 0 A Come in and get our spe
: SIRLOINS Ib. Pole BEANSn A. EASTER
SSUNNYLAND TENDERIZED m On A New FORD a
C THE BEST FOR EASTER BASKET

9 TOMATOES Z c

HAM 49 FRTOMATOESH ST J
'SMALL WHOLE or HALF CUCUMBERS 4for19c PHONE 227-3737
seqD496eBA PUD SO J30Je9'sioWauD r _


NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY .CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given of inten-
tion to apply ito ithe 1961 session of
the Florida Legislature for the pas-
sage ,of 'act relating to 'the Oharter
of the City of Port St. Joe; 'amend-
ing .Seotion 133 of Chap.er 57-1758,
Laws 'of Florida, Special Acts of
1957; providing for a change of
City .election dates, and providing
-an effective date.
R. W. HENDERSON,
City Auditor and' Clerk
City of Port St. Joe, Fla.

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
LESLIE GEORGE GAY,
,deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
EXECUTOR
Notice is 'hereby given i;hat I


have filed by Final Returns as Ex- NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
ecutrix of the Estate of Leslie FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
George Gay, deceased; that I have OF EXECUTRIX
filed my petition for distribu.io:.i Notice is hereby given that I
d or Fial Di rge, nd that have filed my final returns as Ex-
and Tor Final Discharge, and that ec^utrix of the Estate of William
on April 27, 1961, I will apply to Shelby Smith, deceased; that I have
,the Honorable S. P. Husband, filed my -petition for distribution
County Judge of Gulf County, Flor- and for final .discharge, .and that
ida, for approvalof saidrtus on May 1, 1961, I will, apply to the
and for an 'order of distribution Honorable Sam P. Husband, Coun-
and for final discharge as Execu- ty Judge of Gulf County, Florida,
trix of the will of Leslie George for approval of said final returns
Gay, deceased. and for an .order of distribution and
This the 27th day of March, A. for final discharge as Executrix of
D., 1961. the Will of William Shelby Smith,
/s/ CALLIE GAY 41 deceased.
Executrix 3-30 March 28, 1961.
Executrix 3-30 i
SILAS R. STONE /-s/ MYRTICE ORA SMITH
Attorney for Executrix Executrix, Estate of
-_-----_ William Shelby Smith,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S deceased.
COURT, GULF COUNTY, CECIL G. .OOSTIN, Jr.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Attorney for Executrix
IN RE: Estate of 221 Reid Avenue
WILLIAM SHELBY SMITH, Port St. Joe, Florida 41
Deceased. I First pnublioation, March 30, 1961


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THE STA', Port St. Joe, na. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961 |Phone 7-5771. t e-12-29 FOR RENT: 2 !,r. h:r- at
210 13th S C. ` R. Int,
iOR RENT: Furnished apartment. :.7 -:'
rpcf A ; ?. ADVEfl R r 4 CU' BAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Par-
1A E. .l S mer. f---,. c. -.NT: '- :-
ateo b Priv c,' e".!. Liln-
1 C-R REN. : 2 hidroor h:us n.
FOR RENT' : ii.l' is h ... ."i' apartments. Furnished or unfnr- Gth S:. -:re' 7-7511. 1f,-2-2.; Sthi S. It
at F',. I' '. : '""" .;:. '_ -Mil, Mrs. J. Ander- FOR RENT: Garage apartment. FOR RENT: Unfurn:'i-hed nice Ige
and ? 2-1,.- ... :, I \V. Dr-n c.. tfc-10-G. furnished. 2 h,-drn.,. 11. ion. 2 bedroom house with -dining
oI io.ne 7 :' 11. t'-. .-- -- ---- Ave. Small chidreu not preferred 'room, carport, storage, large
S.. .. OR RENT: Upstairs furnished because of dangerous driveway. screened sun.porch, 'fenced; back
FOR ENT: 2 bedroom houses or apartment. 150 Monument Ave. $65 a mon Call 7-739. 1rs. B. C. 'yard. In quiet neighborhood. Call
Gaillard, 1009 Mon. Ave. 227-8536. tfc-3-30
FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom
FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unftrnish-
house, unfurnished, at 910 Wood- ed house. On Long Ave. Phone
ward Ave.- $45 mo. Available by 227-3972. 1 ltp
SV I S IT March 10. Call BAll 7-3661. tfc3-2


S n r i Ai I nrD TT FOR RENT, Furnished bedroom FOR SALE: '1960 Rambler Amerin-
M EXICO BEACH LAU DERETTE and private bath. Stella Farris, can station wagon. Like new. Ap-
'528 corner 6th S t. and Woodwarxd prox. 2,000 miles. If credit is good,
"Ave. Phone 229-2636. 2tp-3-23 t ake, up payments. Wil .sell straight
Flff Fold Coin Machi out for $1595.00. Coall' 227-5261 or
U Fruol Coinll Machines FOR RENT: Small furnished ap- see George Wimberly.
~; artment at 202 8th Street. Phone .-
227-3111. tfc-3-23 FOR SALE: 2 bedroom furnished
trailer and ,one lot. A bar.gain.
Behind the Shopping Center -Playground for Children FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur- Localedr ad ite City. Contact
mtished apartment, upstairs. $35., Dan Creamer 'at 227-8704 or Ed
at 523% Third St. Phone 227-8642. Creamer at 227-8835. 3tvp3-30


FOR SALE: 16' Panacraft overnigh-, ed home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 1U00'
(. boat, 35 lip. 1958 Evinrude x 150' lot, garbage disposal, TV an-
Lark motor. Eezy trailer. All like tenna, all blinds, living room dir. ve
i-w. b.atL and trailer newly paint- included. Equily reduced. miniier-i
i. ,' Lt '. u duaid approved iate possession, call BAll 7-2211.
ua-'ion;s, fish gaff, etc. Was $900. -
First $7,0.00 takes. ,e -. l.1 \Mc-, ENJOY A NEW HOME
Clelland. ltp 10% Down-$75 Month
This modern 2 bedroom, 1% bath
FOR SALE: 6 lots in Beaty Subdi- home, handy to beach, offers many
vision in White City.Inquire at custom built extras you will really
Union Finance Co. tfc-3-2 appreciate. Full price only $9,875;
will consider your vacant lot as
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom stucco part payment. See pink house on
home. Centrally heated -and air Rachel birive in Mexico Beach.
conditioned. Complete with -kitchen' Owner next door. Phone 648-3205.
and laundry equipment 901 Garri-
son Avenue. Ph. 7-4491. tc-1-19
E A INDEPENDENT: Sell Rawleigh
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house' pn products in Gulf Co. ,See E. A.
corner lot. Hardwood floors, in- Addision, 225 Springfield Ave., Pan-
sulated. $8,800. Can obtain FHA fi- ama City ,or write today. Rawleigh
nancing. 302 16th St. Call Pridgeon Dept. FAC-100-5 Memphis, Tenn. 3t
Insurance Agency to see house. tfc O
FOR SALE: 4 new VA houses on
FOR SALE:' at St. Jioe Beach. 5 Cypress Ave. Nearly completed.
room ,brick house with hardwood No down payment. Just closing
floors. Glassed in sun porch and costs for qualified veteran. PRID-
carport. 6 mos. old on two lots. Pay GEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301
Small equity and take VA loan. Call V'illiams Avenue.
648-4445. 2tp-tfe-3-2 MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann-


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