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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: April 13, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR

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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA


THURSDAY,- APRIL 1-, i^e


MONEY TALKS-Let's kee;
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchants I


NUMBER 29


COLLEGE-CAREER DAY-WORKERS-Pictured above are the student
the activities of CollegewCareer Day. They are, left to right, front row:
in Downs, Dennis Dawson, and Janice Sue ,Spaulding. Back row, left


... .1 ., .... .. %, T V. '
COLLEGE-CAREER DAY OFFICERS-AbuVe i the group of leaders
responsible for planning the Port -St.. Joe High School College-Ca-
reer Day held last Tuesday. They are, seated, left to right: Bolb
Kerrigan, chairman; Bo Williams, Student Body President and
Richard Thompson, co-chairman. Standing, rear, is James Moore,
faculty adviser. (Star photo)

College-C reer Day Termedl "Most,

Successful ; Annual Event at School


By BOB, KERRIGAN
Seniors from Apalachicola and
Wewahitchka together 'with all of
the -students from the senior high
section of Port 'St. Joe High School
participated in one of the best Col-
lege-Career Day programs that has
ever been held in Port St. Joe
High School.
Dr. Mode .Stone, Dean of Educa-
tion, Florida State University, de-
livered the opening address. He il-
lustrated, with various graphs, the
appalling number of students with
very high intellects' who were not
receiving a college education. He-
stated that' six out of every ten
people, in the highest intellectual
category were not graduating from
college. Dr. Stone emphasized the
need of advanced education either
on the college level or in a voca-
tional school.
Preceeding the general assembly
each visiting speaker and student
was given an .envelope containing
various items which were donated
by the following Port St. Joe mer-
chants: The St. Joe Paper Co., The
Star Publishing Co., St. Joe Auto
Parts, The Pridgeon Insurance
Agency, Danley Furniture Co.,
Christo's 5 & 10, Webb's 5 & 10,
Costin's Department Store, Ideal
Baking Co. Nedley's Florist sup-
plied two large !bouquets of flow-
ers used in decorating the stage.
Many local people participated in
our program this year, with spec-
ial 'thanks to 'the following individ-
uals: Rev. J. C. Odum, L. W. Por-
ter Dr. Robert King, Dr. William
F. Wager, Mrs. B. L. Presnell, Hu-
bert Richards, W. P. Comforter, E.
Godfrey, Bob Ellzey, Mrs. Eileen
Wright, 'Rev. C. Byron Smith, Rev.
John C. Carmichael. These persons
spoke to the students interested in
their particular vocation. In 'addi-
tion, six institutions of higher learn-
ing were represented: Marion Mili-
,tary Institute, Florida State Uni-
versity, Universiay of Florida, Chi-
pola Junior College, Gulf Coast
Junior College, Lively Technical
School, which made a total of 27
different classes for the students to
choose from.
The Student Council College-Ca-
reer Day Committee would like to
take this means of thanking all of
- those people 'who were connected
with the program this year and to
the merchants and townspeople for
the wholehearted support given to
the committee. .


Band to Enter Three Ar

District Contest i I

The Port St. Joe High School
Band will go to Marianna Friday
afternoon, leaving Port St. Joe at
7:30 p.m. to participate in the an- C
nual Sixth District Florida Band-
master's Association Band Contest
which will -be held in that city on BOsk e l||
Saturday, April 15. BoysBaseball
According' to Hermnan Dean, local
bandmaster, 21 bands will be pres- Barbecue Set
ent for the event. All ,bands will be
judged in concert playing, sight .Foo
reading and marching. Ratings w ,l b p1 Saturday
be awarded for each event as fol-
lows: "Superior" (95-1,00); "Excel- Little Boy's Baseball of Port St.
lent" (87-94); "Good" (80-86); "Av- Joe will hold its annual barbecue
erage" (75-79); and "Below Aver- Saturday, April 15 at the Centen-
age'.' 74 or below. nial Building. The awards won dur-
The Port St. Joe band will be ing the past two years will be pre-7.
hosts and hostesses who guided quartered in the Chipola Hotel on sented. The selection of new boys
Sandra Banley, Billy Smith, Rob- Friday and Saturday nights. to be placed 'on the (ball teams will
to right, Jake Beli Gayle The band will rehearse at 9:30 also be announced.
(Sar hoto) 'a.m. Saturday .and at 1:30 p.m. on Tickets are now on sale for $1.00
Saturday afternoon. At 5:00 p.m. each. The barbecue is held to help
Mexico Beach to they will perform in concert contest defray the cost of operation of the
and sight reading. At 9:50 Satur- League for the year.
Open. Fishing Contest day night, the band will perform in Trophies to be awarded are as
the marching contest. .follows:
A ,big ,suinmer-long fishing tour- The. band will begin its return American League 1960 winners,
nament, with many prizes for (both trip home at 9:30 a.m. Sunday Sockeys. National League 1960 win-
surf and boat fishermen, was an- morning. ners, Sharks.
bounced ,by the Mexico Beach Busi- National League Most valuables.
ness. Association, at its regular Bill Will Chane player, 1959, Howard Davis; Best
monthly meeting held Monday eve-9, Howard Davi; Bet
ning April 10. City Election Date Sportsmanship, Jake Belin. Ameri-
,can League, 1959, Most Valuable
The big fishing event will start Costin,Player, Doug Hallman and Othel
M'ay 1 and ,continue through Labor Jr.this week introduced bill to Tucker; Bast, Sporstmanship, Ro-
Day, and will feature special week- bin Brown.
ly prices as well as major prizes the Florida Iegislature to change National League, 1960, Best
for the [biggest edible fish ca'ight i Eecton T Sportbmanship, Johnny Richter
during the campaign. Any surf or ciplElections. American League, 1960 Most Val-
.boat fisherman can enter free. The The bill called for the .election unable Playe r, Johnny Walker; Best
only requirement is that contes- date to :be set ,back to the first Sportsmanship, Jerome Barnes.
tants fill out a registration blank Tuesday in Septemboer.'Present law National League, 1960, Most Val-
available at 'any of 'the various has the city election coming on the uaible Player, Danny Wilson.
places sponsoring the event. No first Tuesday in April.
permanent resident 'or ,business MRS. FRARY TO PRESENT
'man of Mexico Beach will [be eligi- The city election date was for- pMpR Lg S I Y ECITAL
ble to enter. Boat fishermen .will 'be merly in September .but was chang- Mrs. Ted, INrary will present her
able to launch their 'boats from ed two years ago when the .State piano pupils in recital in the [Ele-'
the new boat (basin now in 'opera- elections were changed to Septem- mentary School auditorium on Fri-
tion at Mexico Beach. ber. L4,st year .the State elections day, April 4, -at 8:,00 p.m. -.
VTMoreT etails. about the event and were changed baick' to April and The theme for the prograin will-
the various prizes will tbe announc- now fall on the same date as city be, "Music of Different Nations".:
ed very shortly, elections. The public is invited to attend.


Goal of $2500 Sought In Gulf County

Volunteer workers for the Can- Missionary Baptist Church.
cer drive, which is in'progress now SIMMONS BAYOU
anrd is to be completed by 9:30 p.m. Mrs. Esther Holliday, chairman.
Friday. Anril 14. ,met at the Parish


PORT ST. JOE
Mrs. H. R. Adams, Mrs. Sidney
J. Anchors, Mrs. Doug Baldwin,
Mrs. Herman Barbee, Mrs. Sidney
Brown, Mrs. Martin Britt, Mrs. Wal-
ter Brown, Mrs. Gannon Buzzett,
Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs. Milton
Cha'fin, Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr., Mrs.I
Tom Coldewey, Mrs. Nick Comfort
er, Mrs. Walter Dodson, Mrs. W.
L. Durant, Mrs. W. F. Etheridge,
Mrs. M. P. Ferris, Mrs. Bob Fallis-
ki, Mrs. Elmo Godfrey, Mrs. J. A.
Garrett, Mrs. Cecil Hewett, Mrs.
Terry Hinote, Mrs. R. W. Hender-,
son, Mrs. A. P. Jackson, Mrs. Dave
Jones, Mrs. Edwin Johnson.
Mrs. Bob King, Mrs. G. L. Ken-
nington, Mrs. Ernest Lowery, Jr.,
Mrs. Marvin Land, Mrs. Pauline
McGill, Mrs. Dave Maddox, Mrs.
Tom Owens, Mrs. Harold Oidom,
Mrs. R. D. Prows, Mrs. Marion Par-
ker, Mrs. T. E. Parker, Sr., Mrs.
W. S. Quarles, Jr., Mrs. Mark Tom-
linson, Mrs. George Tapper.
Mrs. George Winmberly, Sr., Mrs.
T. M. Watts, Mrs. Bill Whaley, Mrs.
Bill Wager, Mrs. B. E. Rawls, Mrs.
C. W. Robbins, Mrs. Russel Rust,
Mrs. Silas R. Stone, Mrs. Charles
-Stevens, Mrs. Briggs Scisson and
Mrs. Al Smith.
--- ------

Port St. Joe Firm

In 'Time' Magazine

Port St. Joe received national
publicity this week in the popu-
lar "Time" magazine.
The magazine is featuring an
article on Northwest Florida in
its current issue and contains a
picture of the Michigan Chemical
Company plant in the article, list-
ing Port St. Joe as a budding
chemical production center.
The magazine containing the
article is currently on the news-
stands.


House Tuesday morning, April 11
for their instructions.
Mrs. Paul Fensom, House 'to
House Chairman, gave the workers
their materials -and Mrs. Edna Row-
ell, educational 'field director, pre-
sented a film and talked on can-
vassing. Jake Belin, a ten-year vol-
unteer worker for cancer in Gulf
County, told the workers of the lo-
cal needs for cancer patients.
The Beta Sigma Phi Sorority has
volunteered their services as a
group to help out in the house to
house 'canpass. This group will also
canvTass the Kenney's Mill area.
Rev. Harry Batb 't, educational
chairman of the local unit, has an-
nounced the following schedule for
,th civic 'clubs in Port St. Joe to
hear about cancer from a medical
and local standpoint: April 20, Ro-
'ary; April 25, Kiwanis; April 27,
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
House to House crusaders are as
follows:
HIGHLAND VIEW
Mrs. W. H. Weeks, chairman;
Mrs. A. B. Rhames, Mrs. Ted Whit-
field, Mrs. Clayton Coker, Mrs. Jes-
se Laurimore, 'Mrs. Hope Barfield,
Mrs. Steve Daniels, Mrs. Henry
Miller, Mrs. Archie D. Floyd, Mrs.
Henry Ayers.
WHITE CITY
Mrs. Margaret Biggs, chairman;
Mrs. Homer Echols, Mrs. Tee
Hicks, Mrs. David Rich, Mrs. E.
L. Antley and Mrs. James C. Hor-
ton.
THE BEACHES
Mrs. Ralph Nance, Chairman;
Mrs. Bud Owens, Mrs. Charles
Bauumgart, Mrs. C. E. Martin, Mrs.
Oleta Atkinson.
OAK GROVE
Mrs. B. W. Wilder, chairman;
Mrs. Harry Brewton, Mrs. Tal-
,madye Kennedy, Mrs. Harvey Ken-
nedy and Mrs. Buck Burge.
COLORED QUARTERS
Rev. R. E. Price, pas.o: If the


St. Joe Boat Club
Planning Sunday Cruise

The St. Joe Boat Club plans to
make a boat cruise, Sunday, April
16. Those taking the cruise will
meet at the Port St. Joe Boat Basin
on the Gulf County Canal at 1:30
p.m. Cruisemaster Silas R. Stone
has planned a cruise to East Bay
and back to Wetapo for lunch.
Club members and guests are in-
structed to Ibring their food and
refreshments
Additional information can be
obtained from Silas R. Stone, Cal-
vin Floyd, Bert Munn or L. E.
Thrurabay.

Jaycees to Elect 'New
Officers On April 25

The Port St. Joe Jaycees had a
list of new prospective officers
presented at their regular meeting
Tuesday night to choose a slate of
officers for the -coming year.
'Members of the Jaycee nominat-
ing committee are: Joe Stevens,
Dick Lamberson and R. H. Ellzey.
The new slate of officers will be
voted upon at the next Jaycee
meeting on Tuesday, April 25.

Fire Department Has
Two Calls Saturday

Two fires Saturday ,destroyed
one small frame building on St. Joe
Beach and burned 'a small plot of
brush and trees in the City of Port
St. Joe.
At 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning,
the Volunteer Fire Department was
called to St. Joe Beach to put out
a blaze in a small two room frame
dwelling. There were no occupant's
in the home and it was completely
enveloped in flames before the fire
was destroyed. Port St. Joe fire.
men kept the fire from spreading
after arriving on the scenq.
,Saturday afternoon 'at 12:30 a
brush fire in the rear of the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell. Rust on
Hunter Circle (brought *the depart'
,ment to action again. No property
damage resulted from the fire.


Band Parents to

,Meet Monday

The Band Parents' Association
will meet in .the band room of the
Port .St. Joe High School at 8:00
p.m., Monday, April 17. This .will
be an important meeting to discuss
,plans made. at the 'last meeting
concerning the purchase of new
uniforms for the band.
SA report will tbe made on the
.cost of tihe project and reasons for
the purchase.
Other ,business to .be presented
will be the appointment of a calen-
dar committee for next year.
It is hoped that all interested
parents and members of the As-
sociation will attend.


rested On Bolita




y Sheriff Dept.




One Man, Two Women, All Negroes

Picked Up Last Saturday Evening

Gulf County Sheriff's Office this week announced that
they had arrested three Port St. Joe Negroes and charged
them with selling lottery, known locally as bolita, last Sat-
urday afternoon. Sheriff's Deputy Wayne White witnessed
several sales of the bolita pushers and made the arrests'.
Arrested were Earnest Dickson,
County Board Tables ora Quinand Maggie Sims. All
were charged with operating a lot-

ReqjUest for Machine 'tery and were taken to the County
____ jail in Wewahitchka where Dickson
A light agenda of business faced and Quinn made bond. Dickson was
the County Commission Tuesday of released on $2,000 bond and Quinn
'this week. was released on $1,000 bond. Sims
had -not made bond at last report


In .a .continuation from their last
.ee-ting the County Board acted
on a request from Tax Collector,
Harland Pridgeon to purchase a
bookkeeping machine for his office.
Pridgeon had .asked at the last
meeting that the machine be pur-
chased for next year's business at
a cost of some $3,000.00. Pridgeon,
stated that at tax statement and
paying time his '-office was, over-
worked 'and the machine would give
his office more efficiency and more
accuracy, in .handling the County's
tax billing and collecting.
Pridgeon asked for the machine
ahead of the next year's rush so
that the State could furnish him
forms to be'.available on the next
billing.
The Board 'tabled the request. at
the Tuesday meeting, at least for
the current year.
In other action, Commissioner
Kennedy asked' what progress .had
been, made toward securing a pu b-
lic boat. landing on the Intra-Coast--
1i Can.l' at White City. County En-
gineer Max W. Kilbourn said that
this project should be handled by
the State Road Department and
that the'request was to ibe brought
,up at the SRD's -Tuesday meeting.
No word has been received yet as
to the SRD's decision\ on the re-
quest.

John Drew Promoted

By Glidden Company

John Drew, local production man-
ager for the'Glidden Company this
week told The Star that is moving
to Jacksonville the last of this
week.
Drew has been manager of the
Port St. Joe operation for the past
two years. He has .been promoted
to manager ,of production, organic
chemical department of the Glid-
den Company.
Bob Fox has been promoted to'
plant production manager, replac-
ing Drew. 'Other appointments made
by the company recently are: Phil-
lip Chatham, production superin-
tendent and George Wimberly, Jr.,
maintenance superintendent.


Wednesday.
Deputy White reported to The
Star that he took some $1,525 in
cash plus lottery materials from
Dickson; $133.19 and tickets from
'the Quinn woman and $16.89 and
lottery tickets from Maggie Sims.
White used a bit of the 'dramatic
to catch the operators. He assum-
ed the role of a Florida Power Com-
pany employee and stationed him-
self in the vicinity of the suspected
operation headquarters for the lot-
tery. White climbed a utility pole
to 'iew the selling and collecting
Saturday afternoon, but was u'n-
able to obtain enough evidence
from this point since, apparently,
the operators were a little suspic-
ious of the two white men (White
and the Florida Power employee)
being in the vicinity.
White then went into the back of
Sherman's Tavern on Main Street
in the Quarters, under the pretext,
of checking the electric meter. He
was -ale to witness several ,trans-
actions and' arrested Dickson and
Quinn on. the spot. He later arrest-
ed the Sims woman at her home.
White said that the Sheriff's De-
partment had been observing the
bolita operation for "about a year"
but was unable to obtain necessary
evidence.'He told The S,,ar that re-
cent raids in Panama City had
forced some of the operations un-
derground here in Port St. Joe.
White said that the department
,had been observing the arrested
'parties for about two weeks before
they were arrested Saturday.
The arrested parties will come
to trial in the August term of Cir-
cuit Court.

Overstreet Bridge to
Be Closed Next Week

The State Road Department an-
nounced this week that the float-
ing bridge across the Intra-Coast-
al Canal at Overstreet will be
closed from Monday, April 17
through Saturday, April 22 for
repairs.
This bridge span is being taken
out of service for drydocking and
painting.


DEN 4-WINNERS--This C, b Soout Den, led by Den Mothers, Mrs. Bob Faliski and Mrs. Leroy Bow-
'doin won the monthly attendance and achievement contest prize of $5.00 presented by the Rotary Club
Monday evening. The Oubs are, front row, left to right: Kenneth Holt, Kenneth Small, Jim Simmons,
Bobby Faliski (holding check), Doug Bowdoin and Jim Moore. Back row, left to right, Mrs. Faliski,
Jimmy Myrick, Donald Shoots, Henry--Boone, Jimmy Davis, Mrs. Bowdoin and Ronnie Bowlin.


TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR


Cancer Drive Canvass Starts Friday


THURSDAY, ARL1,16


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Forth Grade Students Take



Imaginary Trip Into Space


Recently the fourth grade at thb When I unblckled myself, I float- er we see the clouds. As we were
Highland View Elementary Senool ed around my space ship. riding 'alone, I thought I saw a
did some creative writing. They I .saw meteors and stars falling. man in the moon. Next I saw the
were learning how to express -their There was millions of stars and sun and the stars and then I -saw
-feelings, the sights they see, and everything seemed quiet- and still another rocket go by and I saw a
the sounds they -hear. Following are I didn't hear a sound, monkey in the rocket.
some of their imaginary adventures Mike Miller John- Lewis
into space. * *.


MY SPACE TRIP
One day we went on a space trip
to the moon. It was very exciting
when we started. I was wondering
what we would see. As we got high-
er, I saw -great ibig objects. They
were comets. I saw little people on
the moon. They are so little they
-would be as 'big as one of our fin-
gers, They couldn't speak 'our lan-
guage so we couldn't understand
them. They were excited to see us.
W were excited to see them.
When we were leaving we waved
goodby to them. They waved good-
by to us.
Cookie Fendley

One morning I got up and I pre-
pared for my trip into space. After
getting food and water aboard 'my
space ship, I buckled myself down
and blasted off into space.
After leaving the earth- atmos-
phere I began to feel very light.


MY SPACE TRIP
I was was waiting for the count
down. Before I knew .anything else
I was in space. I couldn't hear a
sound 'and then. there was a loud
noise. I though it was the rocket.
It was so dark that I couldn't see
anything. I was so soared and cold
that I couldn't do anything.
I landed in the Atlantic Ocean.
There was such a splash I didn't
know what it was. Then I found out
that I landed and was I glad.


Pauline McLendon

I got into the rocket and It took
off. The rocket needs no air to hold :
it up. The sound of the rocket isl
like the buzzing of a bee. The high- '
er it goes the louder it gets. While
I am in the rocket the air is cool
and very fresh. The higher you go
the smaller it makes you feel. As
we leave the ground I see the tops
of the trees. Then .as we got high-


THE U.S. KEDS"

"TNLIZZIE"


Win a real "car" for the youngsters! Give them
hours of fun-and hop a few rides yourself!
And for traveling on foot, be sure to go in
U.S. Keds, the light, bouncy, durable shoes that
take the whole family everywhere in comfort. Come
register today, to win the KEDS mobile midget!


KEDS Big Leaguer, top action shoe for youths, boys


The rocket that I was going to
'be in was to shoot 'at 5000 o'clock.
It was now time for it to shoot. I
was in it and was strapped down
to my seat. Then it shot. I saw
smoke and heard a big noise and
it felt like I was going straight ,up,
which I was. I was -being shot into
outer space now. In four months
I was on the ;moon.
There was no life on the moon.
I saw only lots of rocks with holes
in them with smoke coming out of


them. Now it 'had been five months
and it was time -for me to go ,back
to aerth. It felt good to be going
back to earth. On the way -back I
found that I .was -going .too fast
ibut I fixed that. So, soon I was liv-
ing a ,plain life -again.
Dennis Sibley

MY SPACE TRIP
One day I was shot off in a rock-
et -for the moon. The roar of the


rocket was all that I could hear.
When I *got to the moon I was
feeling very lonely, because I was
the only 'boy on the moon. It was
very quiet.
There was nothing else but some
ih.ge monsters and I was very .scar-
ed of them, and ,there was little
men all over the ,place, and after
that I returned to earth. After I
got to earth all of the men asked
me how I felt, and I told them that
I felt scared.
Roy Ad'kison

NEWS FROM

Mexico Beach
By Mrs. Betty Missler
Phone 648-3206

JUNIOR GROUP ENJOYS
JOLLY BOLF ARCADE
The Group No. 2 Junior Training
Union of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church enjoyed a hamburger out-
ing supper at the wayside park i.n
Mexico Beach last Saturday, then
visited the amusement arcade of
the Jolly Golf Fun Center where
all h-a da jolly good time playing
.bowling, kiddie rides and other
games. Th group of 23 was chap-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Ford
.and Mrs. Charles Marshall.

MEXICO BEACH WSCS
The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian 'Service ;meeting of the month
was held last Wednesday evening,
April 5, at the home of Mrs. W. 0.
Cathey, Jr., president, ;presiding
over the 'meeting.
"Women's Changing Roles" was
the title of the devotional services
read iby Mrs. Mary Early. A pro-
gram, "Young American Working
Mothers", was presented by Mrs.
H. L. Mayberry.
Proceeds, totaling $109.00, earn-
ed from the Bake Sales held before
Easter were turned over to Mrs.
Annie Chewning, secretary-treasur-
er, to pay some pending church
-bills. 4
The bake sales, considered suc-
cessful, will ibe held once a month,
on the first Saturday, to 'help with
needed funds for the Methodist
Church. Guest of the evening was


Port St. Joe GardenClub Elects

Mrs. Robert Kerrigan President At Meet


The Port St. Joe Garden Club
met at th eSt. James Episcopal Par-
ish House on Thursday, April 6 at
3:00 p.m. Mrs. Tom Moon, presi-
dent, presided. The meeting open-
ed with prayer. Mrs. Robert Kerri-
gan gave 'a final report on the fash-
ion show, stating that it had been
a complete success and thanking
all who helped in any way.
A -letter was read from Mrs. Her-
bert Brouillette, saying-that work
on- repairing the nativity figures,
which was being done by Mrs. Ivey,
-and the art classes -of the high
school was complete. The Club ap-
preciates this cooperation and say
"thank you" to all who helped.
Mrs. Paul Blount, chairman of
the nominating committee gave her
report. The following officers were
elected:
General club: president, Mrs.
Robert Kerrigan; vice-president,
Mrs. Fennon Talley; secretary,
Mrs. Tom Moon; treasurer, Mrs.
George Suber.
Azalea Circle: chairman, Mrs. J.


"Miss Poppy" To

Be Crowned

Tuesday, April 18, prior to .the
regular meeting of the American
Legion, Post 116 a.nd their Auxil-
Iary at 7:36 p.m., Commander Al-
'bert Thames will officially preside
at the coronation of Miss Carol
Parker, "Miss Poppy" of Port St.
Joe, officially giving her the title
of "Queen Carol", so empowering
her to reign from then .through the
month of May -as duly chosen "Miss
Poppy of Port St. Joe".
Queen arol, with her royal court,
Princess Pam Burch; court jester,
Penny Moore and the duchesses
Vicky McGill and Charlotte Mar-
shall will assume the many duties
she and her royal court must ac-
complish during this time through
the month -of ay. All Legionettes
,members of the baton and drill
class, will be in attendance for this


C. Arbogast; co-chairma.n, Mrs. G. ceremony.
L. Kennington; secretary, Mrs. I All wishing to -attend this cere-


Tom Alsobrook; treasurer, Mrs. H.
W. Griffin.
Gladiolus Circle: chairman, Mrs.
Terry Hinote; co-chairman, Mrs.
Courtney Martin; secretary, Mrs.
Wesley R. Ramsey; treasurer, Mrs.
IDudley Vaiughn.
SThese officers will be installed
at the May general meeting.
An. arrangement .tea will be held
at the Parish House on Thursday,
April 20, from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Many lovely arrangements will be
on display and the public is cor-
dially invited. Light refreshments
will -be served.
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Mrs. Charles H. Boucher, a former
resident of Mexico Beach and now
residing i.n Orlando. The meeting
was adjourned with all singing,
"Blest Be The Tie That Binds", fol-
lowed .by refreshments of cake and
coffee.



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The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
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St. Joe Motel dining room.
Those receiving their pledge ipins
were Mrs. Way-ne Gay, Mrs. Earl'
McCormick, Mrs. Jack Hammock,
Mrs. Jock Slajer, Mrs. Roy Maddox,
and Mrs. Sidney Anchors.
Mrs.. David Jones, president and
Mrs. Edwin Peters, vice-president
conducted the -ceremony. Members
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Mrs. Walter Brown, Mrs. Edwin
McGill, Mrs. Harrison Hall, Mrs.
Harry Murphy, Mrs. Braxton Wad,
Mrs. Gordon Farris, Mrs. Coutney
Martin and chapter sponsor, Mrs.
William Wager.
Plans have -been made for the
ritual at jewel Tuesday, April 18
at 8:00 p.m.

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Built at *a cost of .$37,655 by
Copeland Construction Company
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located five miles west of DeFun-
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250 scouts at one sitting. It will
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By RUSSELL KAY

I ,had occasion to visit West Flor-
ida recently and was impressed
with the progress and ,development
found in-a number of areas. I had
not been in this section of the
state for several years and thor-
oughly enjoyed my trip.
West Florida is truly a beautiful
section especially at this season
,of the year when woods and fields
rfelect the glory of spring, new
leaves, buds, and blossoms break-
ing out in ,profusion while the dog-
wood and azaleas turn the area
into a blaze of color.
Tallahassee, glistening in the af-
ternoon sun as we aproached it on
highway 19 gave evidence of
,growth in all directions. New state
office buildings, new motels and
new subdivisions spotted with at-
tractive homes and splendid land-
scaping added much to the old fa-
miliar landmarks.
Payola or no, for the most part
we found state highways excellent,
roads wlel marked and traffic con-
trol efficient. Taking 90 west to
Pensacola .we found it in fairly
good condition- most of the way.
The communities of Havana, Quin-
cy, Chipley, Bonifay and DeFuniak
.,Ip :ng while showing som e
growth, had not changed in appear-
a 33 enough to cause any excla'ma-
tL;ns of wonder. Crestvlew present-
ed a few changes with many new
,homes 'and a few new buildings;
Milton, clean and attractive, was
much the same as I remembered it


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,el,.,I'u e,-l F Lui l:, l Sf, ring;.
According to Loren Loomis,
Scout executive, the camp is now
about 60% complete with the
dam, 40 acre lake, waterfront fa-
cilities, roads and parking lots,
deep well, finished. Work is .pro-
gressing on a warehouse, and 12
troop campsites each with camp-
ing gear, idry ipit latrine and troop
shower. Construction is moving
along as, rapidly as money tbe-
comes available through payment
of outstanding pledges.
Over 700 -boys and leaders are
registered for the summer sea-
son to ,begin June 11, 1961. The
largest camp attendance in the
history of the Council is expected
this summer.


but with many new -attractive new
homes and a few changes in the
business section.
Pensacola with its glorious wat-
erfront and harbor, its fine bridges
and wonderful beach area was as
delightful as ever. It is a most .at-
tractive city and one of which
Florida may well ibe proud. Evi-


The pity is that .this picture re-
,mains for so short a time, but Na-
ture seems to have a way of paint-
ing a picture for mankind to en-
joy and then moving on to others
as the seasons change, but if you
ever have the opportunity to visit
Mobile .at the height of the azalea
season I urge you to do so, no mat-
ter how .far you may journey you
will be well repaid.
We returned to T.ampa via the
coastal route which took us thru
Panama City, Port St. Joe, Apala-
chicola an don the new highway to
Perry. This is one of the most scen-
ic routes to ibe .found in the state
and well worth taking. If you enjoy
good seafood as I .do you will have
a ball in this area for these good
folks know how to prepare it and
you will find fresh caught crabs,
oysters, flounder, sea trout, pom-
pano and a variety of other sea-
foods available all along the route,
cookrd to perfection and at prices
to suit any purse.
Some growth was evidenced
along this route mostly in subdivi-
sions and new homes ibut when we


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,direction&, new subdivisions with --
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new highways and many new ibusi- pressed. For .mile after mile new cellein .Visit West Florida soon,
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the azalea show. Traveling the fain- the night at the Kingwood Motel Send The STAR To A Friend
ed Azalea Trail that extends for
miles around the city we encount-
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Every home .from the $100,000 man- 'RO I A A
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1961


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publtiher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161
Entered as second-clas matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffioe, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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TO ADVERTISERS-1In case of errot or omission, In advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word it given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The poken word barely alerts; the printed word thoroughly oonvinoes.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word .emants.



Shrimpers Want To Operate Here


Port St. Joe is dependent upon industry for its livelihood.
No better evidence can be given to substantiate this state-
ment, than that offered by the action of the St. Joe Paper
Company closing down its paper'mill for a period of time.
In some respects we are an odd town-in that we must look
to industry, wholly, for our support.
As a result of this position, the past six years has seen
activity in the Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce toward se-
curing more industry for Port St. Joe. Industry to supply
jobs and income for the area. As a matter of fact the great-
er part of the Chamber's budget and activities are pointed
in this direction.
A few weeks back, this editor was talking to Carl Raf-
field relative to a new wholesale fish outlet he is constructing
on the Gulf County canal. Raffield declares that Port St.
,Joe and Gulf County could have a new industry that would
pour some $5,000.00 a day into the local economy for the
expenditure of about $5,000. (a generous figure, he says).
"Small potatoes" you say? Sure, but enough of these
small potatoes will make a delicious sound economy. We
must remember that the City of Apalachicola exists almost
entirely on this type of "small potatoes".
By our reference to Apalachicola and Raffield's connec-
tion with the seafood industry, you must have already guess-
ed that his suggestion has to do with seafood and it does.
Raffield told this editor that no less than 15 large shrimp
boats would make Port St. Joe their base of operations if"
they had somewhere to tie their boats. This is 15 boats al-
ready committed. Raffield said that more will follow suit.
This is a big income for any City. According to Raffield the
average shrimper will use $25.00 a day in foodstuffs and
supplies alone, all bought locally. Add to this fuel, wages,
hardware and other items, and you have a healthy income.
Again according to Raffield, Gulf County and Port St.
Joe could have this added income if tie-up facilities were
provided by. the County in the Gulf County canal. Raffield
said that if such facilities were provided on the South bank
of the canal, the trade would be here. In our opinion, it is
worth the time of the County Commission to talk this sub-
ject over with Mr. Raffield and see if something couldn't be
done along these lines.



Operation "Bald Eagle"


The bald eagle, majestic in flight, faithful as a husband
but raffish in his other habits, will doubtless remain secure.
as our national emblem, even though Benjamin Franklin once
deplored the choice of what he considered a cowardly, car-r
rion-eating bully for this eminence.
But while the eagle's place in symbolism seems pretty
- safe when you consider the number of flagpoles and quantity
of folding money he adorns, to say nothing of the prolifera-
tion of seals of Federal bureaus and his graven images on,
post offices, our professional bird watchers are beating their'
breasts in fear of his extinction as a living, flying, propagat-
ing king of birds.


One of several pet theories is that the spraying of pesti-
cide chemicals is rendering our national bird sterile. Reput-
able scientists say this is not so. However, in order to obtain
statistics to back up their theories, the birders plan to spend
$50,000 a year for five years counting them, and are now
'calling fo volunteers, including the armed forces, to help
in the job. It is part of this brainstorm to assign eagle-coun-
ters to military helicopters that will fly over their lofty and
otherwise inaccessible nests to see what they're doing up
there, and how many are doing it!
For the benefit of those who are not eagle-watchers, it
might be pointed out that the bald eagle is not, after all, bald
-like a cormorant. Rather, he is white-headed, and we sus-
pect, a nervous wreck over his publicity and moving ever
farther into the wilds to escape tourists with field glasses.
All he needs no wfor the screaming meemies is the incursion
of still more snoopers in flying eggbeaters.
Those who are speculating-in the \face of scientific
-evidence to the contrary-that the decaying fish on which
the bald eagle dines may have supped in turn on some bugs
that were demised by pesticide, and that this is upsetting the
bird's delicate metabolism, should give a thought to what is
in store for him next!
Barging in on eagles' homes with whirlybirds- to help them
survive is like operating on a person to see if he's sick.


"The risk in giving bureaucrats enough rope to hang
themselves is that they'd try to put the government in thej
rope business!"


Things You Can Do To


Hasten Cure For Cancer


By Rev. C. Byron Smith
All of as have seen the deadly
consequences of cancer in the lives
of many of our friends and loved
ones. We are all concerned about
the conquest of this 'dread disease.
We can help 'to -hasten the victory
in -some very practical ways.
First ,-e should 'heed medical
warnings about certain causes of
cancer and to avoid them. For in-
stance, smoking is known to cause
cancers of the mouth, lung, tongue,
throat and other areas of 'the res-
piratory 'system. So every smoker
is inviting cancer. The more one
smokes the greater the danger. So
we should 'not smoke and there will
be little chance of cancer in the
respiratory system.
'Second, we can go 'see our doctor
immediately if we suspicion some-
thing wrong. Our local doctors 'do
a fine job of examining for cancer
and for referring 'the patient to a
specialistt for further tests, if soime-
-thing indicates 'the 'possibility of
cancer. But the 'doctor cannot help
if we wait .too long.
Third, we canm .contribute to the
American Canceri Society which is
:doing all in its power 'to solve the
mystery of the cause of cancer and
find a cure for it. If every family
in Gulf County gave $5,00, we would
contribute .more than $10,000 to re-
search 'and to medical 'treatment
for those who now have cancer -or
'will have in the next few months.
This $5.00 might -save your' life or
a member of your family. S'o give
at least this amount and more if
you age able.
Fourth, pray that God will guide
,men to 'the cure for cancer. God
made us 'and He wants us to ibe
-healthy and to 'conquer killer di-
seases. 'So may each of us ask Him
'to help us individually and doctors
and scientists to find the cure. God
is able. Jesuts healed the sick. He is
still concerned with each of our
ailments. Cancer, ,by God's wisdom
can be conquered.


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which it does not do at least $15 in business.
That's how much is needed simply to break even
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-especially evenings and week ends-when pres-
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hour. Nevertheless, these stores stay open even
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .. 7:80 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


Amphibious Exercise Slated by Army to

Take Place On St. George Island

New Orleans.-The Spring LOTS will .be undergoing extensive train-
(Logistical Over The Shore) Exer- ing, and because of ,this our exer-
cise, in conjunction. with the an- cise area will not ,be readily- ac-
nual Army Training Tests will *be cessable ,to visitors," Col. Dona-
held at St. George 'Island, April 13 hue stated. "We

through May 8, it was announced
this week iby Lieutenant Colonel
Franklyn W. Donahue, Command,
ing Officer of the 394th Transpor-
tation Battalion' (Terminal).
St. George Island is off the north-
western .coast of Florida, just
south of Apalachicola.
Advance !parties will leave by
,both water and overland routes to
prepare the .site for the maneuvers.
The ,battalion's U. S. Army Trans-
portation Floating Craft Training
Detachment will leave its 'base 'at
New Orleans, La., on March 31, and
the. overland group will head east-
ward on April' 6.
Over eleven hundred men and two
hundred and fifty pieces of equip-
ment 'will take ,part in the exercise.
The main convoy of this group,
of approximately 750 men, will
pass through Port St. Joe at ap-
proximately 11:00 a.m. on Fri-
day, April 14 (tomorrow).
Colonel Donahue is 'enthusiastic
about this Florida maneuver for his
troops. He indicated that it will af-
ford the troops excellent advance
training in over-the4beach amphib-
ious operations and tactical train-
ing. ,Colonel Donahue 'explained
that certain .aspects of the exercise
will be triphibious (joint operation
on land, in the air, and on water).
He further emphasized that visitors
will be welcome to the area after
the 4t hof May. This ,paper -will an-
nounce 'the exact date and hours
when the unit will be ready to aid
visitors in touring the exercise
area.
"For the first three weeks we


see the "Big Picture" *of the Army
Transportation Corps in action and
therefore we will issue an open in-
vitation to visit us after May 4," he
explained. ,

Travis Jones

In Air Force

Travis Gary Jones, 22, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Will D. Jones, 1311
Woodward Avenue, Port St. Joe
was enlisted in the United States
Air Force at Montgomery, Alaba-
ma, Monday, March 20 through the
gan'ama City office.
Travis, 'a qualified navigator ap-
plicant, having qualified 'back in
October, 1960, had not been select-
.ed for a class enlisted in tho Air
Force in order to speed his applica-
tion or selection.
A graduate -of Port 'St. Joe HAigh

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University prior to his 'application
for the navigator program. Travis
was enlisted in Electronics. He
*made exceptionally 'high scores on
the Air Force's Airman Qualifica-
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School, he attended Florida
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
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S-Sgt. and Mrs. Dean Allred of
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends for their kindnesses, Ipray-
ers, words of sympathy 'and floral
offerings so freely given during the
,recent illness and death of T. B.
White, brother of Mrs. P. T. Mc-
Cormick, recently. Your thought-
fulness and kindness was apprec-
iated during our hour of grief.
MRS. P. T. McCORMICK

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Wewalitchka, Florida


18, 1961
1961 Auto Repair Business Shows Continued

m 1,Progress Despite National Recession


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isr not mere wishful thinking is evi-
denced by a government report re-
cently issued showing that with un-
employment said to be *at an all-


time high, there wer-e almost 18,00'0
jobs in various fields which could
not be filled 'by the U. S. Employ-
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were "automotive mechanics" and
"machine shop workers."
In the same vein, Mr. Muldoon
'points out that with 'more automo-
tive vehicle in operation than ever
before (estimated at some 72,000,-
'000) it would 'be difficult to stop
the growth of the' strvice-repair
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There's nothi, like one of these Jet-smooth Chevrolets to fit
into your. ~-.,summer travel plans. They're built to take
long trips in stride-from the special brand of "git" they've


model brings you Body by Fisher features you won't find in
any other car in Chevrolet's field-wide stroke parallel action
windshield wipers, convenient crank-operated, ventipanes,
one key ( that fits all locks. No wonder more people are


The Tattler

"Dedicated to Better S',lling mixed with a .'
little fun" N"
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor

Associate Editors YOU-ALL.
Published by.'*.,


BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL 7-4261
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, F-LA.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner


Regardless of all the .conversa-
tion and conflicting opinions about
the state of the nation's economy,
the probability is strong that the
nation's automotive service-repair
business will continue to progress
in 1961.
This is the conviction of E. J,
Muldoon, vice president and gen.
eral manager of the National Auto-
motive Parts Association, as ex-
pressed in the current issue of The
N-A-P-A. News. This we gather
;from the current issue of The N-
JA-P-A News, a marked copy of
which was sent to us this ,past
week by St. Joe Auto Parts, which
has also been distributing copies
of the same publication to members
of the automotive maintenance
fraternity in this -area.
"The whole history of .the auto-
motive iservice-repair b u s ness,
from the real depression of 1929
through .the years of peace, hot
wars, cold wars, 'police actions'
and 'recessions' has been one of
great stability as .compared with
other industries and trades," 'says
Mr. Muldoon. "During this period
of more than 30 years, other indus-
tries ,have enjoyed spectacular
gains and suffered equally speota-
,cular drops. But neither of these
things has happened in ithe auto-
motive service-repair Iblsiness. It
"h4s continued to expand and pro-
'gress through the years, and will
continue to do so."
"Skilled 'automotive service me-
chanics-and service-repair estab-
lishments which have built a repu-
tation. for good workmanship and
relialbility-will -not 'be idle."
"This is .not just a personal opin-
ion. It is an opinion widely shared


~,, Dear trends:
tive Jobbers, ii 5.0 states, with na- Dear yriends:
tionally advertised products which ,Will you take a few minutes and
include practically everything that check the details of outr Big, Happy
a service station or repair shop Birthday Sale on page three of this
may need to keep their customers' issue. This year we're leaving off
vehicles in good running order. In- the frills 'and concentrating ongiv-
cidentally, Mr. Lamberson added ing you Value Thrills- It's one of
that the manufacturers who have Boyles most outstanding events of
chosen N-A-P-A Jobbers ,to di-strib- the year. We're cracking the Big
ute their products to the automo- Whip of Service and Savings .
tive service repair trade, have com- yes, dependable quality merchan-
bined resources of more than a dise for less! The Whole Cash
billion dollars. Price Down and think of it Noth--
ing A Week for ithe Rest of Your
As 'the N-A-P-A Jobber in Port Life! Use our Lay-away plan, too.
St. Joe, St. Joe Auto Pants is our- Last Wednesday it was gooa to
rently participating with thousands 'hear customers say: "We have the
of other N-A-P-A Jobbers through- best time at your 3-hour 'RIOT
out the nation in the'.semi-annual SALES". We want your shopping
N-A-P-A "Parade of Pants." experience to ibe a pleasant one,
"We are very happy to be asso- without anxiety, and with peace of
ciated with this nation-wide organ- mind. All of us have enough prob-
ization as, the N-A-P-A Jobber in lems without subjecting ourselves
Port St. Joe, says Mr. Lamberson. to harassment when spending our
Because of this connection, w.e are hard earned money. You are our
able to give faster and more com- guests. It is .our 'aim and desire to
plete service ito the repair shops be courteous and hospitable. Please
ofCthis community than we could tell us plainly when we fail ...
possibly give otherwise. During we'll do something aboutu tit!
the coming 'month of the N-A-P-A Store manager to a group of per-
"Parade of Parts" observance, we sonnel: "All opposed to ,my plan
are inviting all member of the au- will signify by saying, 'I resign'..'
topnotive maintenance trade to Tis- The subject 'discussed in our
it us, and get (better acquainted weekly store meeting was Enthus-
with the service wwe can give them, lasm. We were fortui'ate to-have a


and hfow we ,are: able to 'gi~e this
service. We'll be 'happy, too, to
have car and truck owners visit us.
We believe it will give -them a bet-
ter understanding .of why their
favorite repair shop cannot 'always
have immediately available every-
thing that might be needed to put
their car back in .shape. The "Wel-
come Mat" is out for all."

BOOST PORT ST. JOEl
\
Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Gorner Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School __ 1:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv. __ 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday ___.7:30 p.m.
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Electrical Repairs
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them, either as transportation, or
as a means of livelihood-just as
essential in most cases as food,
clothing and shelter. This has be-
come increasingly true with the
vast population shift to outlying
aiu.tMban developments with limit-
ed public transportation. So their
cars must .be kept running. And
with the increased complexity of
modern cars, there is an infinitisi-
mal number of owners who can
make proper maintenance a "'do-it-
yourself" job. Add it 'all cp and this
means business for the shops which
go 'after this work and h andle it ef-
ficiently."
Dick Lamiberson, who operates
St. Joe Auto Parts, the N-A-P-A
Jobber here in Port St. Joe, tells
us that Mr. Muldoon has a sound
basis for his outlook, as executive
head of N-A-P-A, ithe nation's lar-
gest independent parts organiza-
tion. Through its 45 warehouses,
each stocking upward of 55,000
part numbers required for cars
and trucks now in service, N-A-P-A
suimlies more than 3000 AutoA+ -


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Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
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Morning Worship -----------11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship --- 7:45 P.M.
Prayer Service (Thursday) -----7:45 P.M.
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STORE PERSONNEL
BRLMA 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 Sheeo
GERALD THOMAS Maintenance and Stock Man


The Spotlight Turns To Boyles 15th

Birthday Sale. Come One, Come All!
WORDS TO LIVE BY: "In helping others, we shall help
ourselves, for whatever mood we give out completes the
circle and comes back to us." Flora Edwards in "Rising
Above Depression"


guide to follow tha: went something
like this: ENTHUSIASM That
certain something -that 'makes us
'great-that pulls ,us out of the me-
diocre 'and commonplace that
builds into us power-it glows and
shines-it lights up our faces. EN-
THUSIASM, the keynote that
makes us sing and makes men sing
with us. ENTHUSIASM, the maker
of friends-the maker of smiles-
the producer of confidence it
cries to ,the world, "I've .got what
it takee" It tells all ',nen that your
job is a swell job-the company you
work for just suits you-the ser-
Vice you sell i6 the best. ENTHUS-
IASMf-the inspiration that makes
you "Wake 'up and Live". It puts
a twinkle in your eye-it puts a
spring in you rstep, spring in your
heart, confidence in yourself and
your fellow 'men. ENTHUSIASM-
it changes a dead pan salesman to
a producer-a pessimist to an opti-
mist .'. a loafer ,to a go-getter.
ENTHUSITSM If you have it,
you show it. Your conmpan yloves it
. and you cash in on it. EN-
THUISIASM--do you have it? Then
thank God for it .If you haven't
got it-then get downA on your
knees and pray for it. See you' at
our Happy Birthday. S',long.
S- -RGB


BOYLEto








Ants Harmful To Plants...


"SUPER-RIGHT" GRAIN FED WESTERN BEEF


by HERVEY'SHARPE
Fla. Ag; Extension Service
-Even if you don't have ants in
your pantry, you may have them
elsewhere--inchlding your plants.
So inspect now. Look for the lit-
tle black invaders as well as the
big red ones.
Otten these pests are on orna-
mentals guarding "slave" Insects
that are making honeydew for their
captors. Ants harbor eggs of scale
Insects, mealybugs, white-flies, aph-
ide and leafhoppers In their nest
during the winter to be sure of a
spring and summer supply of sweet
excreta.
Ant Injury to plants is indirect.
Ants keep the insect pests at full
strength for destroying vegetables
and ornamentals by practicing sani-
.tation, fighting off natural preda-
tors and preventing an invasion of
Insect parasites.
Ants1 also invade lawns. Beside.
their painful sting, ants make un-
sightly hills that clutter up an oth-
erwise perfect lawn.
-For outdoor control, Agricultural
Extension Service entomologists
suggest chlorodane or dieldrin in
water-base sprays. For attacking
an. ant nest, try two tablespoons of
50 percent chlordane per gallon of
water. Pour the mixture into the
.nest opening. Then soak the area
with water ,to wash the insecticide
down to the bottom hiding place of
the .queen ant.
,On plants apply -a spray mixture
of a tablespoonful of 50 percent
wettable chlordane powder in three
gallons.of water. Do not apply this
poison to foliage or fruit that will
be eaten.
If ants are in the house, discover
If they are coming from outside or
if stfhe nesa is indoors. For ants that
are sneaking in from the outside,
.block their path by blowing either
a five percent chlordane or a two
percent dieldrin dust onto the ants'
line of march.
For an indoor application, use
three percent chlordane or 0.5 per-
cent, dieldrin in' a non-staining de-
odorized kerosene.
Apply the spray to surfaces near
the nest or where,the ants crawl.
This includes, cracks in The floor
and walls, around, water pipes,
electrical outlets, heat ducts,
cracks. behind mnoldings, b a s e-
boards, windows and door frames,
also around kitchen cupboards,
.shelves, sinks and bathtubs. Do not
apply these oil-base sprays near an
open flame, or on asphalt tile, or
on. grass, trees or shrubs.
FLEAS-
Florida -homeowners *appear to
ibe plagued with more than ,the us,
ual infestation of fleas. Requests


THE STAR, Port St. Jop, Fla.


THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1961


Documented inr'he Kust CrafrLegeind Series"crd.

va
tOle cards

S LITTLE BUNNY
S .,c. LI-VED IN A .
LOVELY GARDEN
a .:"'.'W14ERE JESUS .
:: WALKED. THERE ",
P; WHEN JESUS DID
NOT COME TO THE GARDEN. -HREE DAYS LATER HE CAME
BACK AND SMILED AT THE BUNNY WHO tiAD MISSED HIM..
THEREAFTER APPEARED A PATH OF LARKSPURS IN TI-7-
GARDEN-AN IMAGE OF THE BUNNY IN CACHI BLOSSO:I.


" 4egend of Ihe .D1ywood ,7'ree ''
legend says that the wood of -the
dogwood tree once tall and stately -
was used as -the crucifixion cross. So
ashamed was the tree, that Christ
promised that. it would never grow
-large enough for use as a cross aqain.
Heiceforth it wouldobe slender and
twisted; its blossoms forming a cross
with nailprints oa the edges, and a
crow" of thorns in the center.


are pouring in asking ways to get
relief from this pest.
'It's very common to get a com-
plaint from people who have gotten
rid of their pets -only to find that
fleas -have become more numerous
in the house and yard.
With the pets ,gone, the fleas find
themselves with no domestic ani-
mals on which to feed. Therefore,.
they begin to 'aggravate the home-
owner.
Due to the long warm spell in-
late winter, ticks are also showing
up in the lawns of some -homes.
The same treatment will 'kill both
fleas and ticks. It's a- triple ap-
proach of treating pets, Inside the
house.and the lawn-area.
A four percent malathion dust is
effective flea killer on' pets. For an
indoor flea-tick control, apply a
ready prepared household spray
containing malathion or diazinon
alone or in combination with either
chlordane or dieldrin.
A sprayer, a -pant brush, or a
pump-type oil canf is excellent for
applying insecticides to cracks in
the floors, around baseboards, and
in other dark, protected places. Be
sure .to spray mats and furniture
on which pets sleep.
For an outdoor attack .on pet


DOES IT SEEM ODD000 TAT HE
EASTER BUNNV- BUILDS NESTS
AND LAYS COLORED EGGS ? .
LEGEND BLAMES IT OM OFOSTA ,
PAGAN ANGLO-SAXON GODDESS -C
SPRING EASTERR IS DERIVED =,:::
EOSTRA') WHO CHA-GED HE,? If |
BInD INTO A RABIT LEAVING 5l i.Li-'
BIRD, HALF RABBIT AND. CONFUSED.


pests, 'use a jar spray. attachment
on the garden hose. Spray mixtures
containing BHC, DDT, and ,diazinon
will 'kill .both fleas and ticks.
As fleas like ,dry, sandy areas, for
breeding, tbe sure to spray under the
hoase, under the tool shed and in
the sand bed where you ,park the
jalopy.

Sammy J. Huie
Completes Cruise
SAN DIEG-O-Sammy J. Huie,
seaman, U.SN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin P. Huie of Port St. Joe re-
turned to San Diego, Calif., March
27, -aboard the destroyer. USS Par-
sons following a five-month cruise
in the Western Pacific.
The Parsons operated with the
Seventh Fleet in training exercis-
es, and visited Guam, Hong Kong,
Japan, Taiwan and the Ph.l'ppi'nea


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1961 FOR SALE AVAI
THE TAR, Port Three .bedroom masonry house ibus
with oak floors on 9.0 feet tby 165 tunit:
S CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING feet lot. Breezeway, 'garage, tile neces
CLA IrlED ADVI bath Only $11,000. $350 down 'and Box
.balance on FHA loan. once.
Large three 'bedroom house with Mem,
family room and living room. One
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses orFOR RENT: One furnished bed- and one half baths. Central heat. FOR
apartments. Funished or ntur- room 'apt. Available first of May. Air conditioned. On large corner Cyl
apartmeMt or rs. Charles Browne, 305 6th, St. -lot. Priced at $17,000.,00. No
nished. OGal' 9-1901,-'Mrs. J. Ander- Phone 227-4511. tfc-4-13 i New three.bedroom house on Mc- costs
son. tc-10-6. Clellan Avenue. Priced $10,200. GEOI
FOR RENT: Furnished beach cot-| Three bedroom frame house on V'illi'
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnlihed stage. St. Joe Beach. Rent by day, Sixth Street to sell for $6,000.
apartment. 1505 'Monument Ave. week or month. Call or see Ted WE CAN ASSIST YOU IN FINAN- MOV
Phone 7-5771. tfc-12-29 Frary. Phone 227-7461. Itc CING ANY OF THE ABOVE ing
HOUSES aoros
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom furnished 'FRANK & DOT'S AGENCY timat
Call BARI 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far- trailer and one lot. A bargain. 221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491 flowe
mer. tfc-2-16 Looa-ted at White City. Contact SUR]
Dan Creamer at 227-8704 or Ed FOR SALE: Beckwith spinet pia- Mon.
FOR RENT 2 be oom tou2-3 Creamer at 227-8835. 3tp-3-30 29o, like new. $300. Phone 227-c
FOR SALE: 6 lots in Beaty Subdi- Buf
FOR RENT: Garage apartment, vision in White City.Inquire at ENJOY A NEW HOME t ick
furnished. 2 bedrooms, 1015 Mon. Union Finance Co. tfc-3-2 10% Down-$75 Month CLEi
Ave. Small children not preferred This modern 2 bedroom, 1, bath ,a
because of dangerous driveway. FOR SALE: 3 -bedroom stucco home, handy to beach, offers many We
$65 a month. Call 7-7396. Mrs. B. C. ;home. Centrally heated and air custom built extras you will really High
Gaillard, 1009 Mon. Ave. / conditioned. Complete with kitchen appreciate. Full price only $9,875;- such
FOR RENT: Small 2 bedfrom and laundry equipment. 901 Garri- will consider your vacant lot as (no
house, unfurnished, at 910 Wood- son Avenue. Ph. 7-4491. *tfc- 19 part payment. See pink house on Good
ward Ave. $45 mo. Available by FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on Rachel Drive in .Mexico Beach. your
March 10. Call BAll 7-3661. tfc3-2 corner lot. Hardwood floors, in- Owner next door. Phone 648-3205. us a.
sulated. $8,800. Can obtain FHA i- ,at Pa'
FOR RENT: Furnished bedroomm .... __ *ono oo. ar -.1.a. na ...i......- I- Phoune


'and private bath. Stella Parris,
528 corner 6th St. and Woodward
Ave. Phone 229-2636. 2tp-3-23
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
,aished apartment, upstairs. $35.,
at 523% Third St. Phone 227-8642.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Upstairs. At 1506 Long Ave. Call
227-5426. tfc-4-6
FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment.
Furnished. 228% 7;th St. Bob Bur-
kett. Phone 227-7761. tfc-4-6
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only. Call Mrs.
Morgan Jones. 227-7641. tfc-4-6
FOR' RENT: Beautiful furnished
'beach cottages .by week $40.00 up
or by week -end or month. Make
,summer reservations now. J. D.
Clark. Phone 227-7771. tfc?4-6


dancing. 3U2 ]LUM 6t. Caii kriageon IMPORTEDFOODS
Insurance Agency to see house. tfc We are now stocking imported
FpR SALE: Three bedroom insulat- Greek !and Italian, cheese, black
ed home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 100' olives, calamato olives, peppers,
x 150' lot, garbage disposal, TV an- stuffed egg plants, hard dry salami,
tenna, all blinds, living room drapes hard dry peperoni sausage, smoked
included. Equity reduced. Immer- mullet, mackerel and whole herr-
iate possession, call BAll 7-2311. ing, canned squid, 'olive oil, 'cooked
hams from Holland. We -are adding
FOR SALE: Cocker spaniel pups. more of these imported items from
Pure .breed. Reasonable. R. W. week to week and priced right.
Henderson. Call 229-1716. 3to Come in and make your selections.
THE OASIS
FOR SALE: Lots, 7 and 8 in Block 3,tp Front of Post Office 4-13
68 on Monument Ave. between 16th Apalachicola, Florida
and 18th St. Call. 648-3235 after 5
p.mn. 6tp-4-6 LOT CLEANING and leveling and
Tractor work. Call J. B. Hatta-
FOR SALE at St. Joe Beach. 5-rm. way, Phone 227-7961. 2tp
brick house with hardwood floors,
2 ceramic baths, glassed in sun BE INDEPENDENT: Sell Rawleigh
porch, deep well and car port. 6 mo. products in Gulf Co. See E. A.
old on 2 corner lots. Pay equity Addison, 225 Springfield Ave., Pan-
,and take VA loan. Call 648-4445. ama City or write today. Rawleigh


Charlie E. White. 4tp-4-13


Dept. FAC-100-5 Memphis, Tenn. 3t


ILABLE AT ONCE Rawleigh
siness in Gulf Co. Good' oppor-
y.' Experience helpful but not
ssary. See A. P. Golden, R. 4,
632, Tallahassee or write at
Rawleigh's Dept. FAD-100-102,
phis, Tenn. 3tp-4-13
SALE: ; new "TvA houses on
press Ave. Nearly completed.
down payment. Just closing
for qualified veteran. PRID-
N AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301
sams Avenue.
ING AND STORAGE: Plann-
to move across town or
s country? Call us for free es-
,es. Representatives for May-
er, experienced and qualified.
PLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112-
Ave., Phone 7-4051.
TIC TANKS pumped out. Call
ford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
k expert service. tfc
AN UP YOUR BACK YARD
d make Port St. Joe 'beautiful.
will buy your scrap material.
esit prices bfor light material,
as auto bodies, fenders, etc.
enamel .or portical). Try-Nus.
service, prompt paying. Bring
cast, steel, itin and metals to
nd get top dollar. 17th Street
alo Alto Ave. Panama City.
e POplar 3-3582. 4tc-3-30


PAINT CONTRACTING
JAMES FLOYD
214/2 7th St. Highland View


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 ip.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel'l
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
RUBBER STAMPS
Made daily. Also water-applied
decals. Southern Decal Co., Box
742 Springfield Station, Panama
City, Phone PC 3-1647.


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WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
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
..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cutfyour lawn and let me
-orry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
qon, Phone 7-7501.


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER

Jimmy Cox, who is stationed
with the Naval Artillery Air Service
at Reem Field, Imperial Beach, Cal-
ifornia, is spending his annual
leave with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton Cox 'and family.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters visited
in Panama City during the week
end with Mrs. Jack Blount.
Mr. and Mrs. Arie Wooten of De-
Funiak Springs spent Sunday with
the J. R. Hewett family.


R. A. M.-Regular convocation of Mr. and rMs. J. J. Laurimore
,St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. spent the week end in Dothan,
M., 2nd -and 4th Mondays. All visit- Ala., visiting their daughter, Mrs.
ingbrotherDiwelome.h Priest James Williams and family.
Joel Lovett, Secretary Friends of J. V. Cannington. will
ibe interested to, learn he is con-
AUTO WASH valescing at his home 'after a two
Be first sto enjoy this amazing op- cig at his home after a two
portunity. Enjoy these advantages week stay in the Municipal Hospi-
as an owner 'of a coin operated car tal.
wash multiple operation. No land 'Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Griffin, Mrs.
to lease. No ,building to buy. No Nina Payne and Mrs. Huston Wat-
fixed overhead, no labor problems.
No experience necessary. We fur- son spent Monday in Bl:ountstown
'nish location, installations, and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grif-
training. You furnish $2,990 (total) fin.
and reap the profits. Can be han-
dled without disturbing present oc- AEI/3 Merl J. Seawright of Ce-
cupation. Write for local interview. cil Field, spent the week end vis-
WESTERN SALES
4010 Bldg. citing his mother, Mrs. Lorene Sea-
4010 W. 65th St. wright and other relatives.
Minneapolis 24, Minnesota
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Notice is. hereby given of inten- GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
tion to apply :to the 1961 session of In Chancery.
the Florida Legislature for 'passage Joe Whitfield, Plaintiff,
of an Act relating to Gulf County; Vs.
prohibiting the taking of shrimp Gladys. Glass Whitfield, Defendant
within :three (3) nautical miles DIVORCE
from the shores, of certain coastal Notice to: Gladys Glass Whit-
areas in Gulf Counjty during cer- field whose "place of residence is
tain. periods of time; providing a c/o B. H. Prestwood, 108 Bedford
penalty; and providing an effective Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
date. On or before the 15th day of May,
DAVID B. MADDOX A.D., 1961 the defendant, Gladys
__ .Glass Whitfield is required \ to
serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, 'whose ad-
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St.
Notice is hereby given of inten- Joe, Florida, a copy of and file with
tion to' apply to the 1961 session of the Clerk of said .Court, the -original
the Florida Legislature for the pas- of an answer to 'the Bill -of Com-
sage of an act amending Chapter plaint filed against her herein.
211267 Special Laws 'of Florida, Witness my hand and official
Acts of 1941, relating 'to the office seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
of Harbor Master of the port of Gulf County, Florida, this 10th day
Port .St. Joe, Florida, by changing of April, A.D. 1961.
his 'term of -office and providing GEORGE Y. CORE,
for the nomination of the Harbor Clerk Circuit Court.
Master in the primaries for a term By Rosselle Gaskin, D.C.
of four (i) years and providing an (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t
effective, date. First publication on April 13, 1961


,H. M. (Bill) HAMMOCK

FOR RENT


On The Beach
2 FURNISHED HOUSES
$60.00 per mo. Each
2 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
$40.00'an!' $50.00 mo.
SEE -

I. W. DUREN
Phones 227-3171 & 227-5511


'I


VISIT

MEXICO BEACH LAUNDERETTE


Fluff Fold


Coin Machines


Behind the Shopping Center Playground for Children


IT'S FREE TO YOU!


Win A New SUMMER SUIT


A SUIT FOR THE MAN
or

A DRESS FOR THE LADY
IN OUR BIG


Friday Nite Sellabration



FRIDAY, APRIL 14

5:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
---Bring the Family---

TO WIN--Just come by
and let us appraise your o
car and register. No pur-
chase necessary.


FREE REFRESHMENTS

Drawing, 9:00 P.M., Friday, April 14


BE OUR GU-EST!
Just come by our place of business Friday, April
14 between the hours of 5:00 and 9:00 pm ...
S Have some refreshments and register for the free
i prizes.


ST.


CO.


223-25 Monument Avenue


PHONE 227-3737


COMPLETE FRONT END SERVICE

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


Mechanic On Duty At All Times

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


JOE MOTOR

FORD FALCON MERCURY


mm


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I tl-C ----~ ~-g~pp -saa


Mrs. Henderson, mother of Mrs.
I. E. Patterson returned to her
home in Westville Sunday after a
week's visit with her daughter and
family.
Friends of Geraldine Adams will
regret to learn she is confined to
her home because of illness. We
wish for her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Willie Enfinger returned to
,her home Sunday after a week's
visit in Fort Walton with her
daughter, Mrs. Willard Cooper and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Huston W.tson
spent .the week end in Panama Ci-
ty visiting relatives.
J. R. Hewett visited during the
week end with relatives in Holmes
and Walton County.
Visits Mrs. Daniell
Mr. and Mrs. H. Maghee from
Moultrie, Ga., and Mrs. Aileen
Watts of Quincy, visited with Mrs.
J. F. Daniell over the week -end.


$100 Reward Offered
for information leading
to identification of per-
sons taking fence posts
from my property North
of White City known as
Curt Eford place.
Roy E. Conoley
Phone 227-7561


HELP WANTED
FEMALE
SECRETARY: Must have
experience in dictation,
timekeeping or payroll,
personnel, do typing and
filing, prepare reports.
Good starting salary. Ap-
ply in person between 9:00
A.M. and 3:00 P.M. at:
VITRO
Weapons Services
Cape San Bias, Florida


.rilon(


322 MONUMENT AVE.


Phone 9-1291







St Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1981


As graduation nears, consider
a career as a pharmacist. It's
a gratifying and rewarding
profession. The services
you'd render are basid to the
community's health. Along-
side the physician, the phar-
macist has a most important
role in serving the physical
welfare of humanity.


Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
817 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
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 thEaat I
have filed by Final Returns as Ex-
ec-utrix of the Estate of Leslie
George Gay, deceased; that I have
filed my petition for distribution
an' for Final Discharge, and that
on, April .27, 1961, I will apply to
the Honorable S. P. Husband,
County Judge of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, Sfor approval of said returns
and for an order of distribution
and for final discharge as Execu-
,frix of the will of Leslie George
Gay, deceased.
This the 27ith day of March, A.
D., 1961.
/s/ CALLIE GAY 4t
Executrix 3-30
SILAS R. STONE
Attorney for \Executrix
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
WILLIAM SHELBY SMITH,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION


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
Men's and Boys'
LOAFERS
$3.98

Satisfaction on all work
& merchandise guaranteed
SHOE REPAIR
Specialists

RUCKMAN
SHOE REPAIR
227 Reid Avenue


Miss Poppy
Contestants Attend
Lanark Party
Friday, April 7, American Legion
Post 82, Lanark Village, welcomed
the following "Miss Poppy" contes-
tants and Legionettes able to at-
tend Lanark Post's -bazaar and
Spring Festival: Elizabeth Adams,
Penny Moore, Peggy White, Vicky
Thomas, Judy Moore and Carol Par-
ker. Thus Miss Carol' Parker, as
"Miss Poppy of Port St. Joe" began
-her regime as oppy Queen through
the month of May.
A short skit was presented, de-
picting 'events of World Wars I
and II, Korean war and a brief
story of the origin of the Poppy and
its meaning, "For Remem'brance".
Elizabeth Adams, as .Uncle Sam,
escorted "Miss Poppy", Carol Par-
ker, under arched swords, held 'by
Legionettes, Peggy White 'and Judy
Moore both -dressed in Navy uni-
forms. Penny Moore, one of the
'MAss Poppy contestanlts, enacted
part of a drummer boy, as all sang
the refrain of "Tramp, Tramp,
Tramp". Vicky Thomas in Legion-
nette uniform represented the prin-
ciples of Justice, Freedom, Democ-
racy and Loyalty.
"Flanders. Field" 'was recited by
Elizabeth'Adama and following that
allsang the refrain of "Over There"
The skit was concluded with Efiza-
.beth Adams singing "Uncle Sam",
to the tune of "Anchors Aweigh".
. After the program, the children
were royallw feted :by the Lanark
Post. Mr. and Mrs. W.. J. Parker,
Mrs. Harry Adams, Mrs. Joe Grims-
ley 'and Mrs. Joan Moore accom-
panied the Legionettes to Lanark
Village.
FOR 'FINAL DISCHARGE
OF EXECUTRIX-
Notice 1', hereby given that I
have filed my final returns as Ex-
ecutrix of the Esiate of William
Shelby Smith, deceased; that I have
filed my petition for distribution
and for final discharge, and that
on May 1, 1961; I will apply to the
Honorable. Sam P. Husband, Coun-
ty Judge of Gulf Couinty, Florida,
for approval of said final returns
and for 'an order of distribution and
for final discharge as Executrix 'of
the Will of William Shelby Smith,
deceased.
March 28, 1961.
/s/ MYRTICE' ORA SMITH
Executrix, Estate of
William Shelby Smith,
deceased. '
CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
Attorney for Executrix
221 Reid Avenue-
Port St. Joe, Florida 4t
First publication, March 30, 1961
IN THE CIRCUTI COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORbTA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
NEWTON BLO UN ',
Plaintiff,
vs.
PEARLIE MAE BLOUN1',
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, 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 'the original of
an answer to the bill of complaint
filed against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
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


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



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.


FREE


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FREE


I,


Your Electrical Appliance Dealers and Your Locd Merchants are giving away over $800.00 in valuable prizes during


PORT ST. JOE'S THIRD


IPPLI


Thursday and Friday, April 20 & 21


OLD


IVAL


- 8 to 9:30 PM


A & P BUILDING (Corner Reid Avenue and Fourth Street)
A PBSUIL 1 iPrizes On Display Here


ITuesday, April 25, 8 to 9:30 PM


Washington High School Gym
Prizes On Display At Campus Corner on Avenue F



Grand Prize








SWITH A NEW


PORTABLE DISHWASHER!


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ANYWHER P'! INCLUDES: Dish Washers, Electric Barbecue Braziers, Record Player
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cON c1S Wallets, Grease and Wash Jobs, Gasoline, Auto Supplies, Gift
\TO / Certificates, Cannister Sets, Floral Arrangements, Fishing Tackle,
pucs ILinens, Paint, Pen and Pencil Set, etc.

SFullyautcimatic.; DRAWING EACH NIGHT AT 9:30 P.M.
pre-rinses, washes,
triplerinses, wadries, (You do not have to be present to win)
stores!
S. Holds full day's
MODEL KPDW.12 dishes for average
family!
*Built-inheaterkeeps water hotfo?,
thorough cleaningl
Add a dish anytime during cycle Courtesy Florida Power Corporation
o Removable silverware basket!,
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See the Latest Models and the Most Elaborate Display of the Most Famous Names In Electrical Ap-

pliances All In One Building and All Available Right Here In Port St. Joe.


HOOVER
KELVINATOR
FRIGIDAIRE
HOTPOINT


TRUETONE
ZENITH TV
SYLVANIA TV
WESTINGHOUSE
PHILCO


SPEED QUEEN WASHERS
BLACKSTONE WASHERS
Ruth-Berry Water Pumps
WOMAN'S FRIEND
Mark IV Auto Air Cond.


Biggest Appliance Showing In Gulf Co.
LL.-_'


ROCHE'S

Furniture and Appliance Co.
FRIGIDAIRE



St. Joe Furniture

and APPLIANCE CO.
KELVINATOR SYLVANIA HOOVER


KENNEDY

Electric & Refrigeration Serv.
HOTPOINT MOTOROLA


Westinghouse Speed Queen Zenith


ST. JOE

RADIO and TELEVISION
PHILCO TV and Appliances
SALES and SERVICE


Western Auto
ASSOCIATE STORE
WIZARD
Home Owned by Dave May


WIZARD
SUNBEAM
MOTOROLA
DORMEYER


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STARTS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12-! A

T? House That Value Built! j k


E E TO BOYS and GIRLS Candy, Comic
SE E Books and the new Pollysoope (it's a tele-
scope, a whistle and a compas) on a cord to wear around
your neck!


BOYLES GREATEST SALE OF THE YEAR
A Sensational Group On Birthday
sale

ladies Blouses
Values up to $3.95

1.8 s


cut on quality labeled garments!


A HAPPY BIRTHDAY VALUE




SHoser





37%0Pr.

They're worth 69c. .. Spring and summer colors
. Sizes 8V2 to 11. Limit 2 prs. to a cusotmer.


BOYLES HAPPY BIRTHDAY BARGAINS
A CELEBRATING GROUP MEN'S
DRESS SLACKS

$4.1 5 pr.


The new type fabrics for spring
$5.95 value Cuffs, 50c extra.


and summer .


HERE'S Genial Joe Caskin, the Happy Happ Salesman, of
Macon, Ga. He has sold BOYLES over 7,500 pairs of Slacks.


our 151hi Yw-ear


OF SERVICE TO THE BEST PEO-
PLE IN THE WORLD .
. OUR FRIENDS and PATRDNS in Port St.
Joe, Gulf, Bay, Franklin and Calhoun Counties.
We greet you with a warm and grateful heart.
We thank you a million times for your splendid
support and confidence. We renew our pledge to
serve you well, and offer you quality merchan-
disa at the lowest-possible cash prices. Our
years of experience have prepared us to do a bet-
ter job now and in the future. We cordially in-
vite you to help yourselves to these remarkable
BIRTHDAY VALUES!
GLENN BOYLES --- ERLMA BOYLES


YES, IT'S BOYLES HAPPY BIRTHDAY SALE
Every Woman Needs

Duster & Gown Set

Birthday Price 'h 'g i

Lovely quality printed batiste gown .
matching embossed cotton duster ... j
drip dry fabric.


Save your Sales Tickets. You may
win a Cash Merchandise "Certifi-
cate. Listen daily 8 and 9 a.m. Ra-
dio JOE for winning numbers.
.
BIRTHDAY BARGAIN!
A Happy Birthday
Feature for blessed
events
"Expectantly yours"
/Maternity

Dresses
e' A splendid selection
of the cutest styles
in a wide color and
size assortment.

$2.95 to $.95


HELP US CELEBRATE OUR BIRTHDAY
A Happy Birthday Group
Ladies In Season Cotton


.4 / N
.resses




Most of these just unpacked for
this sale .. Values you see at s_
$5.95- Misses and women sizes.
Bright new styles and colors.

Little Darling Infant's DIAPER SETS
Plastic lined panties with matching tops.


BIRTHDAY SPECIAL!
Timely Savings on these attractive
Children's
SHORTS and
CROP TOP SETS



Colorful combinations in fine san-
forized cotton. Sizes 2 to 6X.


Birthday Bargain!


First Quality Rayon
S Tricot
Ladies Briefs
We've never sold before
at this amazing prices
SSizes 5 to 10. White and
pastels.
pr. 27c

each 99c


iHAPPY BIRTHgDAY FEATUR


HAPPY BIRTHDAY FEATURE
Men's Khaki or Gray

Work Sits

$ a 5 BARGAIN
'R l kfORAL


Sanforized Steven's army twill pants ... Long
or short sleeve drill shirts to match.


UF111a~~[ ~'""~r~- --a ____________________________________________________________


BOYLES IS HAVING A BIRTHDAY SELLABRATION ---


Young Men's Boat Neck Fancy Knit

SPORT SHIRTS

$2.95 VAL. $ *1.99

Th. patterns and colors are new and attrac-
tive. Good assortment.


Style and Quality Combined in
the famous Williams
DRESS SHOES
for Misses and Women

$4.99
A spectacular group of new styles in medium high
and high heels Slim and medium widths .
White, bone, patent and red.


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Prim and Pretty CHILDREN'S
New, Sleeveless. Sizes 1 to 3 3 to 6X .


DiESSES
. Fine cotton solids and prints.


$1.99


--- BOYLES 15th BIRTHDAY SELLA3RATION. -A HAPPY EVENT ---
A Special Purchase Men's Men's Heavy Crepe Sole
TROPICAL SUITS CANVAS OXFORDSand
Hard to believe until you see the quality and
price! LEATHER SANDALS
$15.15 $2 88 Pair
1-o tly dark colors in cool dressy looking
fabrics. Sizes 6 to 12. Navy and brown.


Happy Birthday
Celebration
Happ Slacks
for men
$6.15 to
$9.15
Alterations extra.
Newest tropical
fabrics. 28 to 48.


Sanforized, triple stit-
ched, bar tacked, 10 oz.
denim.
BOYS
.0t Dungarees

pr. $1.39
PHONE 227-4261 Sizes 4 to 16. Regular
style. Full cut.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY FAVORS!
CHILDREN'S LEATHER SANDALS
Canvas OXFORDS and PUMPS

$1.99 & $2.99
White, brown, black, red and spice. Sizes from in-
fant's 1 to large 3.


BOYLES CELEBRATES IN SHOE DEPARTMENT!


: .,, ,:,. c-,,.- B S .. y a .. v. a .. a e m u
Clenn Eoylcs gcl, these lovely little sisters off to a
good start in Poll Parrot and Scamperoo Shoes in
Boyles Shoe Department.


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....THE STAR, Port St.:Joe, Pla.


SWING YOUR PARTNERI-Memb'
shown above dancing one of the
to' become full-fledged "Square D
last Friday night at the Centenni


Square Dance-

Class Graduates

The Po-Jo Twirlers Square Dance
Club finished their classes Friday
night, April 7 with 17 couples gr%-
dua'ting. This is the frist class in
FPrt St. Joe to complete the series
o: classes.
Dancers from the 'Squar e Eights'
and 'Promenaders' Square Dance
Clubs in Panama City shared in
the entertainment/ Also a large
group visited from Wewahitchka
and plan 'to join with the next class.
The centennial building was filled
with the swirling skirts and the
stomping of boots -along with the
tunes of "Sweet Georgia Brown",
"Alabama Jubilee", "Yellow Polka-
Dot Bikini", etc.
Gil Mathis, caller and instructor,
and his wife, Gwen, presented the
diplomas to the following: Braxton
and IMurlene Ward, John and Wan-
dis .Scott, Bob and Greta Freeman,
Dave and Elva Jones, Smiley and
Betty Sue Anchors, Jack -and Peggy
Ma'honi, Bill and Gladys Brown,,Ed-
. win and Sara Peters, Edwin 'and
Pauline MIcGii~ Harry and Janie
Murphy, Earl ,and Earline McCor-
'mick, John and Eulalia Slajer, Bill
and Bernice Wager, J. B. and Pat
O'Brian, Ralph and Jerry Ward,


Gene and Audrey Duren and Sally
Harry White.
i efreshments of sand wiches,
o-ing dm dlin nkip- park sidP


THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1961.-
























&rs of he "Po-Jo Twirlers" are
patterns that they had to learn
ancers" at the class graduation
al Building.

The graduated members will hel]
new members learn the fundamen
talks.
If you haven't ;been' out 'to watch
these 'square dancers you certainly
ought too. It's good clean fun an
we do mean fun.

Rotary, Kiwapnis

Hear Recording

Both the Rotary and Kiwani
Olubs heard an interesting tape re
cording at their meetings this pas
week. The recording was made o
a speech given .by ABC newscaste
Paul Harvey at a Winter Confer
ence of the Florida Jaycees in Pan
ama City this past February. Th
tape recording belongs to the Por
St. Joe Jaycees, presented to then
by Dick Pope, manager of Cypra
Gardens.
The tape is an interesting t'al
on the state of affairs in the Unil
ed -States today. In it ,the newscas
ter touches on ,every trouble in th,
nation today from Communism t
juvenile delinquency.
'In the talk, Harvey especially at
tacks the fact that the 'symbol o
the "American Eagle" is being- re
placed by that 'of a "Mother Hen"
The tape is made available by
the Jaycees for any civic group tha
wishes to hear an interesting re
port on the ills and cures for ou:


cni.pso a c .coo ., s. -Nation. R. H. FAlzey, president of
Cokes were enjoyed iby all. has the tape
The entire class has been invited ______
to visit with the "Square Eights"
lub of Panama City Thursday Sikes District
night. ....
The next course of classes will
begin right away because of the al CeS rimming
enthusiasm of the prospective
members. 'Congresman Bob Sikes, Third
There, will ibe an "open house" (Congressional District would 'be
Saturday, April 15 at 8:00 p.m. This trimmed to nine counties under a
will be held *at the Parish House congresiosn redistricting plan intro-
of the Episcopal Church as .the high danced MIonday in the House of Rep-
school will be using the Centenn- resentatives.
ial ,building for 'the next couple of
weeks for school functions. The plan was introduced by Rep.
'It is important that all future Fred Karl, Daytona Beach.
square dancers attend this open The number of the district
,house. The class ,is $12.00 per cou- would Ibe changed from 3 to 1 un-
ple and John Slajer, club treasurer dder the proposal.
will accept your fees. Sen.. John Rawl's of Marianna,
The 'first class for new dancers Chairman of the Interim Congres-
will b.e the following Friday night. sional Committee has another bill
It will also .be at the Parish House. prepared which is ready for intro-
duction in the Senate. The two bills
are alike in one respect in that
Now Available Rawls' county of Jackson would ibe
NOW Available In the now district and therefore
FIRE INSURANCE no longer be part of Sikes' district.
on dwellings and/or contents The Sikes district would be conm-
In amounts of $2500 and under. posed of Escambia, Santa Rosa,
Premiums payable monthly. Okaloosa, ,Walton, Holmes, Wash-
Peninsular Insurance Co. ington, Bay, Calhoun and Gulf
'Peninsular Fire Insurance Co. counties. The district has a popu-
Pennsular Life Insurance Co. nation of 38,710. Under the Rawls'
J. H. CHASON plan Calhoun and Gulf would be in
505 -Reid Ave. Phone 227-3866 the new district.
Port .St. Joe, Florida Jackson, Liberty, Gadsden, Lean,
Frianklin, Wakulla and J efferson


ST. JOE BOAT CLUB


CRUISE


Sunday, April 16
'Rendezvous at St. Jce Boat Club Basin at
1:30 p.m. Cruise will start at 2:00
p.m. sharp. Cruise to St. Andrews Bay
and return to Tapper's Camp on Wetapo
Creek for rest period Maximum running
time, 2V2 hours.

NON-MEMBERS ARE WELCOME!


-which, are -now- part -of Sikes' dis- Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital). overseas 'and -will be stationed at FOR RENT: Trailer spaces on
trict would become part of District 2 -F t. Benning, Ga., He is the son of St. Joe Beach- Cement patios,
2. Other counties in District 2 S Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shirah. grass lawn, good water, shell
would include Madison, Taylor, Returns from Overseas -+ drives. $15. mo. See Bud Ow-
Hamilton, Suwanee, Lafayette, Dix- Junior Shirah has returned from Send he Star To A Friend ens, St. Joe Beach.
ie, Gilchrist, Columbia, Baker, U.- e S Ba
ion, Bradford, Nassau, Levy and
Alachua. Population of District 2
od b 7 ______ Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Hellen of

lin T lentO P 609 Garrison Avenue announce the

dionsr Tl The showwill to Make birth of a baby girl, Carol Lorraine
dighlan : View Appearance on April 2. AC
Mr. and Mrs. Jharles Edward
The Port St. Joe Lions' Club will oore announce the birth of a son, *ae
a~ain tomorrow night in the High- Mr. and Mrs. James Daniel Mad-i Is An Exacting Science, Too!
ditorium. The show will be present- ounce the birth o a son, Garry
ed att types 8:00 p.m. under the direction insuran as there are
speMr. annd Mrseeds. YouJi y ader of
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will be used or the newly formed 'birth of a baby boy Tony Dwayne, s i is ially you
Highland View Boy and Cub Scouts. on April 7. PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT
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