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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 20, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicolac-Chattahoochee 'Valley"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


MONEY TALKS-Let' keeg
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Tmde with
your home town merohantal


THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1961


Port St. Joe's electrical appliance
dealers will feature their 'third an-
nual Appliance Carnival this week
end, Thursday and Friday evenings
on the corner of Reid Avenue and
Fourth Street in the old A & P
building.
The show will feature the latest
in .all types of major and small ap-
pliances all displayed under one
roof.
The show will -be open between
the hours of 8:00 to 9:380 p.m.


The same appliance showing will
be held in the Washington Higl
School Gymnasium on Tuesday, Ap-


Roche's Furniture and Appliance
Co., St. Joe Furniture and Appli-
ance Co., Kennedy Electric and
Refrigeration Service. Danlev Fur-


ril 25 from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. niture Co, '.St. Joe Radio .and Tele-
,Over $800.00 in free prizes will vision, Western Auto Associate
,be given away at the showing. The Store and Florida Power Corpora-
grand prize is a new Kelvinator tion.
automatic dish washer. One of the
dish washers will be given away Free refreshments will be served
at the downtown showing and one at all shows. No admission is be-
at the Washington High showing. ing charged and the public is in-
Participating in the show are: vited to attend.


The 32-voice Gulf Coast Junior College Cho-
rale, featuring its 10-member Ensemble, will de-
liver a program of both sacred and secular mu-


County Commissioner Coleman Tharpe

Succumbs To Cancer At Age of 50


Funeral services for Coleman W.
Tharpe, 50-year-old Gulf County
,Commissioner who died Saturday
morning at the Municipal Hospital,
were held at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, Ap-
ril 16 at the First Baptist Church
with 'the Rev. C. Byron Smith of-
ficiating, assisted by Rev. J. J. Hill.
Tharpe had been employed by
the St. Joe Lumber and Expor
Company sinec A98. '\ '
He .is jrvived 'by his "ii46w,
Mrs. Mary Tharpe of Port ,St. Joe;
two sons, Coleman W. Tharpe, Jr.
arid Ronald Tharpe, both of Port
St. Joe; a daughter, Mary, Ellen of
Port .St. Joe; three brothers, W. L.
Thar.pe of Birmingham, Ala., and
Clifford and Roy Tharpe, both of
Port St. Joe; four sisters, Mrs.
Evelyn Thompson of Panama City,
Mrs. Alama Samson of Century,
Mrs. Bessie Jones of Jacksonville
and Mrs. Lillar Kemp of Chipley.
Burial was in Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.
Active pallbearers were: B. E.
Parker, Lloyd Whitfield, Frank
Pate, Leo Kennedy, A. J. Strick-
land and J. B. Harris.
Honorary pallbearers were: 'Sam
Husband, Tom Owens, Harland
Pridgeon, Sammy Patrick, George
Core, Dave Gaskin, David C. Gas-
kin, Max Kilbourn, Roy Taylor, C.
G. Costing, Sr., C. G. Costin, Jr.,
-George Tapper, Emmett Daniell, E.
C. Harden, Sr-., J. P. Fleishel, Louis
Johnson, Tim' Byrd, James John-
son, Silas R. Stone, Tom Coldewey,
Harry .Saunders, Tom Pridgeon,
George Cooper, Jake Belin, Joe
Sharit, Jimmy Greer and Dud
Rain.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.


Elementary School
Program Planned
One of the annual events ao the
Port Sit. Joe Elementary School will
be given May 5, in the school audi-
torium.-The ;program will begin at
1:00 pm.
Grades one through tbree will
participate in 'this program Th"
.4 h-ine of the May_ Day-. p:ograndi is
"The World 'of Books." ,
The children in first an4 second
grades will portray the characters
in Mother Goose rhymes. The third
grades 'will show characteristics of
different countries.
This event will consist of sing-
ing, dancing and reading. Pianists
will be "Miss Marian Lauder and
Miss Alice Blailock. 'Master of Cere-
mony 'will be H. E. Richards.
Approximately 300 ,boys and girls
will participate in this program.
Costuming will be arrayed :by the
dress of a rooster to the 'beautiful
and native dress of 'far away coun-
tries.
Parents and friends are invited
to attend this program. There will
!be no cost of admission.
FIRST GRADES
Lovelace, See-Saw.
Mills, Little Boy Blue.
Sellers, Cock-a-doodle-doo.
Floore, Little Miss Muffet.
SECOND GRADES
Johnson, Little Bo Peep.
Lauder, Pease P. Hot
Anderson, Little Jack Horner
Clark, J. Jump over Candle Stick.
THIRD GRADES
Barlow, Spain.
Daniell, England and France.
Martin, Norway.
Blailock, Africa.


Country Club Plans Moving Ahead


Although the San Blas Country
Club was organized only five
months ago, much progress has
,been made towards. opening the
club.
Any endeavor must have a strong
membership, and the club now
boasts 92 members. The original
issuance of 100 shares of stock has
nearly been sold. The remaining
shares are offered subject to the
applicants approval by the Clu'b's
Board of Directors.
Tangible evidence of progress
can ,be 'seen at the Club 'site, and
all members and other interested
parties are invited to witness the
tremendous undertaking. Presently,-
an .excellent access road has 'been
constructed and the grounds are
easily gotten to. Zeb Hackett, the
grounds keeper, lives in temporary
housing owned by the club, at the
site, and will guide you over the
premises. Approximately half of the
fairways have been cleared, and
(bul dozers are now steadily work-
ing to complete this phase. Follow -


ing, root rakes and graders will
complete the "smoothing out" job
and planting will begin when the
proper contour and fertilization are


completed. The club is purchasing
a vital piece ,of equipment, a trac-
tor, to assist in the lesser clearing
and grading work. Naturally, this
will be the power unit for gang
mowers and other necessary main-
tenance equipment following for-
mal opening of the club. A deep wa-
ter well has ,been drilled, a pump
purchased, and water will be avail-
able at the onset of planting the
"nursery".
The Florida Power Corporation
-has surveyed the area and will run
a line into the si'e in the near fu-
ture.
An attractive sign has been de-
signed and will b'e erected at the
entrance to display the layout.

THE WRONG DATES appears on
this week's IG.A ad. The prices
are good April 20, 21, 22-not
April 13, 14, 15 as the ad states.


sic at 1:45 p.m., Wednesday, April 26, at the Port
St. JoeHigh School. The Chorale is directed by
Norman Hair.


BAND EARNS

BEST RATING

The local High School
tended the annual Sixth
F.B.A. Band contest held


Band at-
District,
in Mar-


ianna, on Saturday, April 15. The
young ..school' musicians were rated
"Superior" in all contest events in
which they participated. The march-
ing. contest was cancelled because
'of heavy rain -during all of Satur-
day afternoon.
Rodney Spaulding also received'
a "Superior'" rating for his trom-


Appliance Show Starts Today


.bone solo. He was accompanied by I on. FS
Miss Kay Creech. .O Commissioner Frank Hannon
Hermnan Dean, t ;he6band's direct- raised the question as to when the
new olHerman Dean, tihe band's d radio-tele hones would


or, states hat the band performed
like professionals in both the con-
cert and sightreading contests. Mr.
Dean said, "I wish to thank the
-members of the band for their
splendid peTformance and for their
hard work in preparing the music
for the 'contest. I also wish to ex-
tend my appreciation to the parents
who managed to get their children
to and from the high school for the
l nnL aftovvn rgr- hr."l l itXt t


be installed. Mayor Sharit said the
equipment had been ordered, but
such equipment was slow on deliv-
ery.
The Star contacted Howard Mc-
Kinnon of the phone company yes-
terday for an approximate installa-
tion date. McKinnon said that the,
equipment would be installed in
about 45 days, according to the
manufacturer.


ong a iernoo, reL i earsai'O. VW 'UIJ4U ^
their help, we could not have done Mayor Sharit announced that the
so well at the contest." Florida Highway Patrol was ready

The high school band is now eli- to award the City another plaque
gible to attend the final "State for a full year of no fatal traffic
Band Contest" which will be held accidents in the City of Port St.
in Panama City on May 4, 5 and 6. Joe. Port St. Joe has received these
We hope to attend and will continue awards continuously since 1953
to work hard for a high rating in when the awards were first initiat-
this final contest. ed. The presentation of the award
will 'be made in the near future.

Methodists Plan I Monticello Group
Fund Drive Visits Kiwanis Club
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
,Dr. Joe Hendrix spoke to, the was host Tuesday to a visitation
congregation at First Methodist group from the Monticello Kiwanis
Church last 'Sunday outlining the Club. The ,guests were Ralph Nor-
plans for the underwriting of .the man, Arthur Watson, Hop Hopkins
financial needs of ,the church for and Richard Simpson. Sinmpson
the new year which begins June 1. was the speaker for the day.
He announced the ,plan to hold a Simpson spoke on the importance
dinner meeting for the entire con- of doing good civic work. He stres-
gregation at the Centennial Build- sed the word good. "The average
ing on May 4 at 6:30 p.m. J. Lamar civic club member", said the speak-
Miller is heading 'the committee in ler, spendss two hours a week, at
charge of these arrangements. least, in -his civic work. This adds
The second in a series of letters, 'up to a lot of time over the years,
to inform the Congregation, w'p 'and this muchh time spent, should
sent out this week Iby Briggs Scis- be given our best efforts. It would
son who I's in charge of the Comn- bea pity to waste so much time
.mittee on Education and Informa- w sody work".
mtion. Simpson' urged that the Kiwan-
Plans call for everY member of plans, as individuals, take an active
the church to ibe fully informed of part in bringing about good gov-
the work ,and the needs of the em ent "A poor government of i-
church. The goal is for everyone to cia is nobody's faut but yours",
be involved in this program not he said, "You put him there by
only in giving, ,but in the over-all your vote or lack of interest".
stewardship of life. Another guest of the club was
o Jerry Branch of the Port St. Joe
High School.
'Elementary School PTA
Will' Meet Tonight FIRST METHODISTS CHANGE
-EVENING WORSHIP HOURS
Dr. Wesley Grace, president of This Sunday evening, April 23,
the Elementary PTA has .anniounc- th First Methodist Church will be-
ed that the organization will meet gin holding its services at 8:00 ,p.m.
tonight at 7:30 p.m. The Methodist Youth Fellowship
The program 'will ibe a play pre- will -be moved up to .begin at 6:45
sented .by the -fourth grade. .p,m.


City To Receive

Eighth Consecutive

Safety Award

The City Commission took sever-
al minor items under consideration
at their regular 'meeting Tuesday
night.
One of the items will not prove
quite so "minor" in cost. This item
was the project of painting the
Centennial Building inside and out.
This building has not been p.lainted
for the last 1.0 years and is badly
in need of. this maintenance.
Discussion of thiS .matter has
'been held at past meetings with no
concrete action being .taken. The
Board agreed to get; *approximate
prices, specifications and other in-
formation on pressure painting of
the building, which will last for a
number of years. Mayor Sliarit told
the Board that he had obtained an
estimate last fall of some' $3500 to
paint the .building 'in this manner.

New light bulbs for the baseball
park were requested,.of the Board.
The park needs approximately 35
bulbs to replace those? burned out.
The City Clerk was .-requested to
ascertain the cost of .these :bulbs
and determine how many were
needed.
The City Clerk was -also instruct-
ed to get bids on a side-cutting
grass mower to bthe attached to the
City's tractor for cutting grass and
weeds in ditches.

The City Board aithorlzed the
use of the City dragli-e an'd well-
point pump for placing some con-
crete sheet piling in the Boat Club
basin. Piling at the entrance of the
'basin were damaged by. a tugboat
recently. E. F. Guian had given the
-Club some sheet piling to replace
piling and strengthen the damaged
area zaalnst other such accidents.
The Board- atso instructed P. W.
Petty, street superintendent to
make repairs to the boat launching
channel at the West end of Fifth
Street The channel -as psarly. fill-
ed in by recent storm damage.


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Lions Club Elects

New Officer Slate

The Port St. Joe Lion's Club
elected new officers for the coming
year at their regular meeting on
Tuesday, April 18.
Those elected were Bill Fleming.


Cancer Drive Big




Success In City




$1,110.75 COLLECTED IN DRIVE

Mrs. Paul Fensom, house-to-house canvass chairman for
the American Cancer Society fund drive in the Port St. Joe
area has announced that this drive took in $1,110.74 last
Friday. The drive was conducted by 100 volunteer workers.


Senior Class

To Present Annual

Play Tomorrow

The Senior Class of the Port St.
Joe High 'School 'will be presenting
their version of "The Funny Brats"
tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. in the
high school auditorium. Admission
will be 75c for adults and 50c for
students.
Much, effort and planning has
gone into making this year's play
the !best ever to be presented in
the Port St. Joe High School. The
public is urged to attend this play.
Tickets are available from any
member of the Senior class.
The cast of characters includes:
Mrs. Sylvia Gresham, a beautiful
widow, Barbara Martin.
Harriet Gresham, Sylvia's daugh-
ier. Peggy DePuy.
Dick Ghesham, 'Sylvia's younger
son, Don Haddon.
Tom Gresham, .Sylvia's elder son,
Huward Lovett. 7
Loren Gresham, Sylvia's brother-
it-law, Albert Ray.
Lauralee Lynde, Tom's fiancee,
Carolyn Kennedy.
Aunt Hettie Higgenbotham, Syl-
via's aunt. Jean MqArdle.
Whal'ey McWhorter, Sylvia's fi-
ancee, Lindsey Thursbay.
Gwynette Gadwood, an astrolo-
gist, Barbara Miller.
Arora Borealis Pike, .the servant,
Betty Ann Ford.
Boggerface Boggs, Arora's iboy.
'friend, Don Gardner.
Master of Ceremonies, Bo Wil-
liams.
The time is a Saturday afternoon
in May.
The place is the Gresham home
in a small midwestern town.
Directors of the production are:
Mrs. Nobie Stone, Mrs. Brooks
Kennington and Dave Nicholson.
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Two Thefts Are

Still Unsolved

Chief of Police H. W.\Gi-ffin
reported to The Star Wednesday
that very little headway had
been made in solving the burglar-
izing of the Wilmer Thursbay
home last Thursday night.
The Thursbay home was enter-
ed and about $750.0 worth of
clothing, cameras, radios, record
players and other items were
taken.
This makes two burglary cas-
es now hanging fire in Port St.
Joe. Two weeks ago several of-
fice machines and a tape record-
er were taken from- the Port St.
Joe Elementary School.


ElIzey Elected To

District Jaycee Post

'District No. 1 Jaycees held a cau-
cus in DeFuniak Springs Saturday,
April 15. Election of officers was
held at the meeting. Vern Williams
president of the Tallahassee Jay-
cees was selected as District Vice-
President. Hugh Neighbors of Fort
Walton Beach was selected as vice-
-president pro-tem. R. H. Ellzey of
Port ,S.t Joe will serve as sec-treas.
of the districtor.
The nomination speech for Neigh-
bors was made by Ellzey.
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Methodist Men's Club

To Hear Educator

The Methodist Men's Club of the
First Methodist Church will meet
next Tuesday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m.
in the social room of the Church.
*Dr. Richard Morley, president of
Gulf Coast Junior College of Pan-
ama City will be the guest speak-


$8.02.
,avail-


able last week those in the Quar-
ters, who were as follows: Rev.
C. P. Price, Mrs. Clotel Washing-
ton, Shirley A. Dawson, Tivia Grif-
fins, Leola Davis, Rev. G. St. Wil-
son, Mrs. Jessie Dawson, Daisy
Grandberry, Elder R. B. Thompson,
Mrs. George Jackson, 'Rev. D. Riv-
ers, 'Mrs. L. A. Dries'bach, Mrs. Eva
Mae Gant, Mrs. Gertrude Former,
Mrs. Myrtha Peters, Elide 0. T.
Stallworth, Mrs. 0.' T. Stallworth,
Rev. R. Keith, Mrs. Annie Jones,
C, Elliott, Rev. H. P. Pittman,.
Mrs. Willie 'Mae 'Thompson, Rev.
C. B. Robinson. '-

Babe Ruth League
To Meet Today At 5:30

There will be a 'meeting at the
Florida Power Louiige -at 5:30 p.m.
this evening for anyone interested
in the Babe Ruth baseballl move-
ment.
Those interested are urged to at-
tend.


Langston Elected

To State Office

Dr. Henry Langston of Apalachi-
cola has been chosen president-
elect of the Florida Association i
County Health Officers, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Edward G. Byrne,
president, of Gainesville.
The association, made up of the
directors of the 67 county health
departments in the state, changed
its constitution at its recent annual
meeting in Jacksonville to ,provide
for a president-elect to 'be chosen
one year before taking office. The
regular officers were elected at
that time, and provision was made
for the selection of a president-
elect by a later mail ballot.
Dr. Langston is director of the
health units in Franklin, Gulf and
Wakulla counties. He has ;been in
public health work in Florida for
the past nine years. He holds the
degrees of Doctor of Medicine and
Master of Public Health.
Vr

Anchors to Attend

Insurance Meeting

Seven Panama City area agency
representatives of Liberty National
Life Insurance Co., of Birmingham,
with their wives, have been select-
ed to attend the Company's annual
convention May 3-7 at Hollywood
Beach.
They are members of the Torch
Club, chose nfor outstanding sales
records an superior service to


Anyone who was missed in thia
canvass may send their cjntribu-
tion to the Gulf -County Unit Amer-
ican Cancer Society. This should
be sent to Mrs. Paul Fensom.
The Cancer Society regrets that
the name of Mrs. John Rich was
omitted from the list of published
canvass workers. Mrs. Rich can-
vassed the Ward Ridge area.
The success of the crusade is at-
'ributed to the thorough canvass
conducted .by the volunteer workers
and the many thoughtful gifts giv-
en with consideration of the threat
that cancer is to all of us.
Receipts by localities were as fol-
lows:


president; I'arry P. Tison, first policyholders during 1960. we stand for and I'm grateful to
vice-president; Sam Johnson,' sec- Those chosen are District Mana- the majority of 182 voting for ex-
ond vice-president; Lee Taylor, ger A. E. Jowers and agency repre- pressing this."
third vice-president; Lawrence Bo- sentatives Cecil C. O'Gwynn, L. C. J. L. BATEMAN, President
wen, sec.-treas.; W. 0. Howard, Freeman, J. fHorace Posye, John R. United Papermakers and
Tail Twister and Aaron Cooley, Sharron, Earl West and S. J. An- Paperworkers
Lion Tamer. 'chore. AFL-CIO


TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR


Administrators for

Next Year Picked

By School Board

The Gulf County School Board
has re-appointed all administrative
personnel in Gulf County .Schools
for another term. Those appointed
at the last meeting of the Board of
Public Instruction are as follows:
B. B. Scisson, General Supervisor.
Lila S. Brouillette, Art Supervi-
sor.
R. C. Maddox, Lunch Room and
Testing Director.
Henry F. Ayers, Director Adult
Education.
William H. Linton, Principal, We-
wahitchka High School.
Leroy Bowdoin, Principal, Port
St. Joe High School.
H. E. .Richards, Principal, Port
St. Joe Elementary School.
H a r r y Herrington, Principal,
Highland View Elementary School.
Emile A. Twine, Principal, George
Washington High' School.
Edwin G-. Williams, Principal,
George W. Carver High School.
Upon a recommendation from the
Board of Trustees, the Board also
adopted a policy of "no principal's
wife shall 'teach or substitute in
their school unless the wife is prep-
ently employed "as ullt"ne elass
room teacher".,


Union President

Makes Statement

On Strike Vote
J. L. Bateman, President of the
United Papermakers and Paper-
workers, AFL-CIO ,has issued the
following public statement in con-
nection with the strike threat of
last week end.
*:. .:. .:.

"As chairman of Local. 379 Unit-
ed Papermaker and Pa perworkers
AFL-CIO, I have been asked by the
press to make a statement concern-
ing our recent strike ballot which
was held Friday, April 14.
"The reason for this ballot was
made necessary 'because the Union
and the Company could not come
to a settlement on three grievances,
one of these grievances was call
time and the, other two working
conditions.
"A final count of ballots showed
119 in favor of the strike and 63
opposed. Our International Consti-
tution specifies a two-thirds major-
ity by secret .ballot, this was only
four votes short of the two-thirds
majority needed. Had we received
a strike vote -the officers and com-
mittee would have done everything
possible to have reached an honor-
able settlement -before putting pick-
et lines around the plant.
"Many -times labor organizations
receive -bad publicity 'by the press
and the public because we do not
deem it necessary to defend what
we feel is right.
"The officers and grievance com-
mittee feel unless the company of-
ficials take a different attitude and
a desire to meet labor half way in
order to straighten out and reach
a mutual understanding on our dif-
terence of opinion then our action
of last Friday will become neces-
sary again.
"I would like to express my heart-
felt thanks to the membership of
my Local for going about the busi-
ness at hand last Friday soberly
and orderly. The question to be de-
cided was not what we could stand
financially, the question was what


NUMBER 30


Port St. Joe, $678.82.
Oak Grove, $39.67.
St. Joe Beach, $89.40.
Highland View, $59.14.
Simmons Bayou, $14.33.
White City, $30.36.
Quarters, $141.00.
Ward Ridge Trailer Park,
Other solicitor names not


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First Baptist WMU Circle Meetings

The Woman's Missionary Union 'by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Davis ren-
of the First Baptist Church, Socie- dered the program on' Bible study,
ty No. 1 mnet in the following homes prayer and missions. The Lord's
Monday, April 17. prayer was repeated in unison.


OCIROLE 1 met with Mrs. J. 0.
Baggett with Mrs. W. J. Daughtry,
chairman in charge. Program chair-
man, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, with
the assistance of Mrs. Vanlanding-
ham and 'Mrs. Carden *brought the
circle program on prayer and mis-
sions from scripture taken from
Matt. 6 and Luke 11. Mrs. Baggett
led the group in prayer. Mrs. Holi-
day also led a prayer..
Visitation and witnessing for
Christ to the unsaved in our ,town
was stressed. Reports from all
chairmen were given. Mrs. Daugh-
try closed the meeting with .prayer.
Refreshments were served the


Reports -from all chairmen were
given.
Mrs. Trammel, a new member,
was welcomed into the circle.'
Mrs. Frances Chafin and Mrs.
Slager were visitors to the group.
The meeting was closed :by Mrs.
McClellan.
Refreshments were served the
11 present.
4 *.
CIRCLE 4 met Monday afternoon
with Mrs. Emory Stevens.
Mrs. Grady Keels, chairman, call-
ed -the meeting to order. Program
chairman, Mrs. W.- C. Pridgeon,
with 'the assistance of Mrs. Keels,


nine members present. Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Ir-
4: 44* win and Mrs. Bill Montgomery ren-
CIRCLE 2 met Monday with Mrs. dered an interesting .program on
C. G. Costin. 1Bible study, prayer and missions.
Mrs. Henry Ayers, circle chair- Mrs. Wilson offered prayer for
man, was in charge. missionaries on the prayer oalen-
Mrs. L. W. Cox,. program chair- dar. After a business session con-
man, assisted 'by Mrs. Lonnie Bell, ducted by Mrs. Keels, the hostess
Mrs. B. W. Wilder, 'Mrs. L. Z. Hen- served refreshments to nine mem-
derson and Mrs. Henry Ayers brot bers and one visitor, Mrs. Shirley
an interesting program on Bible Webb).
study, 'prayer and ,missions. The meeting was closed with a
Mrs. Oostin led in prayer. Reports prayer by Mrs. Pridgeon.
from circle chairmen were receiv- 49 ^& .4


ed at this time.
The meeting was closed with a
prayer.
Refreshments were served to the
eight members and one visitor, Mrs.
Robert Williams.

CIRCLE 3 met Monday with Mrs.
C. D. Spears in Oak Grove with 11
present.
Mrs. Margaret Nichols- assisted


Members of the Young Woman's
Circle Number Five met in the
home of Mrs. George Padgett with
Mrs. Robert Whittle, chairman, in
charge. The meeting was opened
with prayer by Mrs. Padgett. A
short ,business session followed.
Mrs. Cliff Ellis presented the
.program on Bible study. The meet-
ing was closed with prayer 'by Mrs.
Ellis.


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To WSCS Circle No. 3
'Circle No. 3 of the Woman's So- St. Joseph's Catholic Parish News
clety of -Christian Service met in
the home of Mrs. Don Rutland on MASS SCHEDULE ter Edwards, Mrs. David S. Mims,
April 17 at 9:30 a.m. .Sundays, 7:00 a.m. and 11:0,0 a.m. Mrs. Charles Browne, Mrs: Made-
'Mrs. J. Lamar Miller presided at Weekdays, 7:45 a.m. Saturday, leine Whitaker, President, Mrs.
the meeting. Mrs. John Carmichael 8:15 a.m. Holydays of Obligation, Norman Allemore, 'Miss Kathy
opened the meeting with prayer. 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Eells, Mrs. E. 'S. Sirmons, Mrs.
Mrs. Paul Blount had a short
Mrbusiness session. Pa BlMinutes of the Church Appointments for April William Vayda, Mrs. Frank Sisk.
business session. Minutes of the ', ^H
last meeting were read and social 7:00 a.m. Sunday Mass: Usher,Council of Caho
service reports were ,passed. Pat Lovett; Lectors, Dillon Smith lic Women's Deanery convention
Mrs. Jo Thompson, program and Claude Gautreaux, Jr. 11:00 lfor this W Diocese wil take place in
chairman, tui-ned the program over a.m. Sunday Mass: Ushers, Ellis for this Diocese wAil 27, wtake place in
to Mrs. Paul Blount. Mrs. Carmi- 'Stevens, Charles Stevens, Jr.; Lec- Panama City, April 27, with St.
chael. read scripture and hd tors, Jack Mahon, Jerry McAulliffe. Dominic's Church as host. It will
prayer to open the lesson. I The Lectors are the Lay Readers 'at he Mrina. Luthe will ibe ers' rved
Mrs. Blount .gave -a very inter- of The Word of God as contained in H.athaway
testing talk on "The Delima of .the the Epistle and Gospel -for each at Holiday Lodge, near Hathaway
Young American Mother". Mrs. Sunday that is .read in Latin ,by the Bridge. All ladies of St. Joseph's
Leo S'healy talked on "The Young Priest offering the 'Mass. The Ush- Parish are invited and urged to at-
'- .............al oervAtocolr, + ,tla tt tend. Father Paul Hogarty is invit-


Mother-Her Spiritu l


Need". Mrs. J. L. Temple gave a Dutionsof o me congregation. iNarra-
talk on "Can the Woman's Society tor, Edward A. Bandjough.
Help the Young Mother?" I *:* '
,Refreshments were served to, On Thursday veening, April 13,
eight members and one visitor, the seventh in a series of 13 lec-
The meeting was closed with the tures, "We Believe", by Father
WSCS benediction. James McQuade, S. J., was pre-
-_ sented in the Parish, Halt with
Eta Upsilon Chapter filmed visual aids to explain more
Holds Benefit Partclearly wht Catholics believe con-
Holds Benefit Party cerning sanctifying grace. Byron
SEells, Jr., Knight of St. Gregory,
A !benefit party was held by Eta was discussion leader. Mrs. Ferrell
Upsilon Chapter of Beta .SigmaAllen, J'r., was coffee hostess and
Phi for the American Cancer So-
Phi for thep American Cancer So- Mrs. Joe Mira, hostess at the door.
clely. The ,party was 'at the ,Cen- 4 .
tennialnl B1 ld-in'o.


4 4 4
Word from Mr. and Mrs. Marty
Begley, now 'living in the Bronx,
N. Y., assures us that they really
miss us, and Sunday Mass at Saint
Jospeh's. They've 'been fine-but
freezing. The many friends of the
Begleys will be ,glad to have this
word of them.
%4 4% 4%
The sincere thanks of the con-
gregation go ito Mr. and Mrs. John
Rumsey and Glen Byrne for their
decorative talent and -time given
in arranging the beautiful Easter'
decorations throughout the church.


v...ery.. i g. Mr. Madaleine Whitaker reports .
A very wide selection ,of jewelry 100% attendance for "The Ladies
was displayed for the guests to se- o'f the Altar", now in its sixth week. thGreeci vens families fordue their
lect from. A percentageof .the pro- Thirty-two hours weekly of volun- plthee antings of the wonderful petunia
fit will be donated. to .the Ameri- taxy adoration, prayer and .medita- plants gs of t on f pt
can Cancer Society. tion. A beautiful, golden chain of border 'beds in front of Saint Jo-
The guests not only received a prayer .unbroken. The ladies taking eph's.
lovely gift but contributed to a an active part in 'this weekly act of This week, the third after Easter,
very worthy cause. adoration are: Mrs. Eugene Flohre, t w eer the third aftes three
Mrs. Robert Tapper, Mrs. Georg the church commemorates three
SMrs. Robert Talpper, Mrs. George Ferial Days of Reoollection, Tues-
Square Dance Classes Anchors, Mrs. J. B. Harris, Mrs. W. dayWednesday nd Thursday.Too
To Begin Friday Night E. Whaley, Mrs. George Small, ay a .To
Mrs. John E: '_Lewis Mrs. Ned Pr many of 'us use religion as a medi-
Mrs, Jon : s, Mr s Nd P- cine, not as a food. We make it a
The first square dancing class ter, Mrs. Ellis .Stevens, Sr., Mrs. e, n 'o a m fo
remedy for evil, not a means for
will !be held Friday-night at 8:.00 Frank Hannon, Mrs. George Tap- good. Let us remveitber that our
p.m. 'at the Episcopal Parish House. per, Mrs. Jerome McAuliffe, Mrs. f Lh is not reducible to a vague
fai+,.h is not reducible. to a vague
Anyone interested in joining this Lester Reeves, Mrs. Lamar Hardy, hope that problems wil levaporate.
organization are required to parti- Mrs. Byron Eells, Sr., Mrs. Ella -mustnotonentrate
a in n t .o 2 .h la M r., We must not concentrate on re-
cipate in nine out of 12 of the clasA Lovett, Mrs. Byron Eells, Jr., Mrs.
-VT T moving problems, but on honoring


ses. No new names will be added J. L1. uarcy, Mivrs. J. B. Hattaway,
after the second class. Mrs. Joe Dowd, Mrs. Joe Mira,
Gil Mathis of 'Panama City will Mrs. Claude F. Gautreaux, Mrs.
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God. He is the one who is the most
successful at removing problems.

Garden Club to Have
Flower Arrangement Tea
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will have, a flower arrangement tea
at St. James Parish House on
Thursday 'afternoon, April. 20 from
1:,30 to 5:00 p.m.
.'.Mrs. -Tei-r Hinote is general
chairman.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.
All Garden Club m-embers are .re-
quested to 'bring at least one ar-
rangement of .their own choice.

Visiting Millers
Mrs. Paul E. Ward of Fitzgerald,
Georgia is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. Lamar Miller.


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A Riotous Group, Serve Yourself
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Ladies, Misses, Childrens
SHOES $1.94 pr.
Flats, wedges, ties, etc. Black,
white, beige and etc. All sizes in
the group.
P.S.-When you are in Boyles
shoe department .be sure to ask us
to show you the. new sytles in
Naiatural Bridge and Trim 'Tred
sloe. ,Tahey are making us new
friends every day.


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Drill shirts to match. Khaki or
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Readers, won't you pay us a visit.
,during our Birthday Celebration?
It T'ay ;be that you are not buying
. .*. it may .,e we do not have the
certain, something you're looking
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Jones. This is the job I've been
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not. We want you to feel that this
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and friendship is offered to all who
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R. GLENN BOYLES Editor '.

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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
SGERALD THOMAS Maintenance and Stock Man
WORDS TO LIVE BY: The Art able Thursday, Friday -and Satur-
of Being is recognizing that cour- day. Fes, it's our 15th Birthday (a
age, joy, serenity, faith, hope and wonderful age, 'don't you think?)
love are immediately available 'and we're celebrating with April
now. It is opening yourself so that showers of values! We "planned
these qualities can be expressed anonths ahead for this important
through you in everyday living. Selling Event and many of those
-Wilferd A. Peterson happy, exciting items have just ar-
Dear friends: rived. Listen closely as we talk
This week The Tattler bows to about some 'of these Cash Bargains
Boyles Birthday Offerings avail- below:
Tattler's Booming Birthday
Tattler's Birthday Doorbusteri Budget Special.
JAMAICA SETS Arrived This Week
Summertime Sleeveless
Just unpacked BLOUSES
$. qo99c each
Size 32 to 38. Th styles and col-
Misses sizes 10 to 18. Gay vaca- ors are gay and attractive. The
tion time prints or solid color quality is almost unbelievable at
shorts with matching print shirts, this low price. Solids and prints
Sponta-Lacka-onlusl in King Cotton. Really terrific!
Food For Thought (The fol- the fact that your biggest task Is
lowing is another quotation fromnotoet ahead ofothers but to
'the Art of Being by Wilferd A. Pe-
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TH4: it AR, Port t. Jo*, PI I

Minutes of The "po0i
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD B6
or;
WEWTHITCHKA, FLORIDA sor;
April 4, 1961 and
The Board of Public In i;ruction, Wil
Gulf County, met on -the above date wab
in regular session, 'with the follow- Bow
ing present and acting: Otis Pyle, Hig
Chairman, Carter Ward, J. K. cipa
Whitfield, William IRoemer and C. Scho
F. Boyer, -members. pal,
The :Superintendent- was present Sc'h
and acting. Geo:
The minutes for the preceding Edow
meeting were approved as read. Geo:
The Financial 'Statement for the ,Up
month of 'March was examined and Tru
approved. lowi
The Board approved an addition- hbal
al loan of $22;000.00 from the Flor- -scho
ida National Bank for the School erip
Construction Fund. teac
Moved -by Whitfield seconded 'by TI
Roemer -to re-write present Insur- to c
ance on the new public an dlnstitu- adjo
tional ,property form. The coverage Sess
includes fire, extended coverage ATT
and vandalism and malicious ,mis- Tho:
chief. All voted YES. S.upe
Upon the recommendation of the
Superintendent and Trustees jie LI'S
following "personnel were re-alp TI


THUAR6DAY, APRIL 20, 1261 Port St. Joe HiMh Schoul, Refunt Service 269.00
on lunchroom and apoU. mi1l3 |Oity of Port St. Joe, Water Dick Musson Gets
"'und -----. ........ $1,378.911 for Port St. Jioe Schools .... 55.54
cited by the Board for the 1961- Wewahitchka High Shool. eftand 'Masons Concrete Co., Sup. i38.9.0na
school year: on lunchroom and special IWall Elec. Co., Sup. .--...---... 8.00 RecordingContrac
. B. Scisson, General Supervis- Milk Fund .-- -.... $2,370.20 M&S Termite & Pest Control,
IAla S. Broulllette, Art Supervi- Port St. Joe Element.ry School, Inc., Pest Control .........- 140.00
R. C. Maddox, Lunch Room Refund on Lunchroom and John Land, Haul Sup. ...------.. 10.00 Richard (Dick) Musson, 21 b
Testing ,Director; Henry F. Sreeial Milk Fund l 2,S04 46 Floyd Chev. Co., Sup. --- 149.68 their of 'Mrs. Wayne Gay of P
*rs, Director Adult Education; 'Highland View Elem. School, McGlon's Serv. Gar., Sup. and St Joe and a graduate of Port
liam H. Linton, Principal, We- Refund on Lunchroom and Service 457.59 St. Joe and a graduate of Port
Aitchka High School; Leroy Special Milk Fund ..... ----- 989.64 St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co., Joe High School, is one of five
rdoin, Principal, Port St. Joe 'Services 149.38 tertainers selected from 125 au
,h School; H. E. Richards, Prin- Fletcher Freeman, Labor ..35.63 Smith's Stundries, Sup. .. 3.41 tioned last week to sign a contra
l1, Port St. Joe Elementary Herbert Freeman, Labor 27.50 West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., with National Record Co.
ool; Harry Herrington, Princi- Fletcher Freeman, Jr., Labor 18.50 Supplies 75.69
Highland View Elementary Alfornia Baker, Labor 18.50 Port St. Joe Elementary School Musson appeared here in .1
ool; .Emile A. Twine, Principal, Standard Oil Co., Sup. ..------.. 64.19 Refund on postage, etc. 9.37
rge jWashington High School; "Florida State University, AV Breeze Pub. 'Co., Printing and Port St. Joe Lion's Club annual t
rin G. Williams, Principal, Trust", Sup. 18.00 Supplies 18.25 ent show .recently..
rge W. ,Carver High School. Wewa Plumb. & Htg. Co., Sup. Janet Antley, Substitute bus
pon the recommendation of the and bottle rent 8.0.0 drivifig 30.00 Jim iSmall, former entqrtain
stees the Board adopted the fol- Fla. Power' Corp., Elec. Energy Hugh H. Semmes, Exp. to FEA and owner of the record comps
ing policy; "No Principal's wife for Port 'St. Joe Schools 1,104.39 ,meeting 25.00 which specializes in western a
11 teach or substitute in their Wewahitchka Water Co., Water
)ol unless the wife is presently for Wewa 'School .---------............... 45.00 'Madge J. Semmes ... 25.00 country music, held auditions. 1
loyed as a full time class room Suwannee ?Store, Supplies ........ 64 A. A. McCarty --...-........-.... 25.00 week for aspiring entertainers.
her." All voted YES. Star Pub. Co., Printing and Laura-W. Hinton -.. .. 25.00 Musson, an employee 'of Coope
here being no further business supplies 7,0.00 David Nicholson "- ...---..... 25.00 News Agency, Panama City, sig
ome before .them they did then Wewa High Scbool, Refund for Eleanor Nicholson -...--......... 25.00 News gency, Panama ty, sg
urn to meet again in Regular postage, etc. .......--------........... 16.60 Pasco Gibson ----.... 25.00' a one-year contract with iSm
sion on May 2, 1961. 'Revell's IGA ;Store, 'Sup. --- 21.74 Mrs. Pasco Gibson -- ------25.00 Thursday morning to make record
'EST: Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., 'Inc., James N. Yadon -....--...... 25.00 on the ABS label. A "rock-n-ro
mas A. Owens Otis PyleI Elec. for Wewa Schools .. 238.02 Robert M. Craig --.... 25.00 ille sent
erintendent Chairman Whatley Typewriter -Co., S1up. Margaret K. Biggs. ........ 25.00 s-nger, Musson will be sent
and service 54.50 Henry F. Ayers ---... 25.00 songs from which to choose six.
ST OF EXPENDITURES FOR Bay Gas & Appl. Co., Sup.u 18.80 Charlotte Lovelace --------......... 25.00 will cu't records of the six
HE MONTH OF APRIL, 1961 Beaman Plmbh E. o.'n :Rimn and .Marian TLaniuder 925 00 fA .._ -.. ...a ^- n -


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Small then will select the one he I
thinks best and make 8'00 copies to
be sent to 'disc jockeys throughout
th eU. S. and ,Canada.
Musson also will make personal
appearances during- the year, ar-
ranged by .Small. His contract al-
lows him 3'cents for each record
sold.


Edwin G. Williams ....---25.00
Henry F. Ayers, Work in CD 50.00
.Standard Oil 'Co., 'Sup. --- 2,085.29
Gulf Oil Corp., Sup ....-------...... 936.39
Brodhead-Garrett Co., Sup. .... 64.39

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Legion Auxiliary Sponsors Girl Stater
The American Legion Auxiliary, choice might be unable to 'attend.
Unit No. 116 of Port St. Joe will Unfortunately, the Auxiliary is
send one 'girl to Girl's State this not in 'a position to send all three
year. giris suggested 'by Bowdoin.
As requested, Leroy Bowdoin, Miss Patricia Kerrigan will 'be
principal of the high school, and the representative of the American
the faculty indicated the girl whom Legion Auxiliary and -Port St. Joe
they believed would fill necessary at Girl's State, to 'be 'held at Florida
qualifications, and named two al- State University, June 23 to June
ternates in 'the event their first 30.


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.
EVANGEI6ISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)

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Doltarspots Are Sign Of

Trouble In Spring Grass


By HERVEY SHARPE
Fla. Ag. Extension, Serv.
"Dollarspots on lawns are not
signs of wealth. They usually mean
that a fungus is reducing the value
of the lawn to that of a plugged
nickel.
Keep a wary eye out for this
springtime disease. It ravages all
!awn grasses, but is partial to ber-
muda and zoysia.
As implied, the fungus kills grass
in patches the size of a silver dol-'
lar. At first the spots of turf wilt
and perhaps tufn dark before
,bleaching out to a straw blonde.
Aside from measuring the spots
for size with a souvenir dollar,
check for dollarspot just after sun-
rise. With the aid of the low angle
glint of old iSol, you'll discover a
white cabweb-like mold .binding to-
gether blades of grass. The mold
disappears when the dew dries.
To cure a mild case of dollar-
spot, give the grass a generous shot
of nitrate of soda. But ,be sure of
the ailment, because nitrogen -adds
to the misery of some diseases.
For safer control, University of
Florid turf men say use a lawn fun-
gicide containing .cadmium. Apply
the material as a spray, using only
a half -ounce per 1,000 square feet
of lawn. A jar attachment on a gar-
den hose is an ideal way to drench
the disease from the lawn.
Activities
Now is a good season to initiate
an air-layering project. This ancient
Ohinese method of propagation is
fine for shrubs and trees that are
lazy in taking root. Carissa, lychee
or guava are examples.
The operation Is simple. Remove
a 1half-inch ring of bark near the
ibawe of a twig, tie a handful of
damp sphagnum moss around the
ringed area, then wrap the moss-
covered. section with a ,piece of
plastic. Aluminum foil and freezer
wrapping can also be used.
Garden supply *stores sell com-
plete air layering kits for serious-
minded amateur propagators.
Trim hedges while the plants are
,still succulent. This will cause
them to produce better shaped and


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1961
thicker hedges. Remember to re-
move enough old wood in early
flowering hedge plan's to keep the
shoots coming up from the ground.
New shoot tips can be pinched to
make them branch and form a full-
,bodied hedge.
There are a -bountiful .number of
flower seed you, can sow now. They
include amaranthus, 'aster, balsam,
calliopsis, carnation, celosia, chrys-
anthemum, coleus, cosmos, cynog-
lossum, cypress vine, dahlia, four-
o-clock, geranium, hyacinthbean,
linaria, marigold, moonflower, pe-
tunia, preiwinkle, ricinus, straw-
flower, tithonia, thumbergia, ver-
bena and zinnia.
Flower Bed,
If the pain of -stooping is (pre-
venting the planting of spring
flowers, then consider a raised
flower bed. Such a ,bed around a
tree offers possibilities. -
.Con&truct an inner wall and an
outer masonry 'wall to contain the
blpA Tif4l t* innv q.1.1' i tniilp


Social Security

If you are receiving Social Secur-
ity disability benefits, it does not
mean that you can never work
again. In fact, just the opposite is
true, for the Social Security Ad-
ministration encourages you 'to help
yourself by returning to work if
you can 'work in spite of your con-
dition, or if you learn new skills,
or if your condition ,improves.
The 1960 Amendments to the So-
cial Security Act provide that per-
sons receiving disability payment's
who igo to work despite severe han-
dicaps can continue to be paid their
.benefits 'during twelve months--
whether they go to work under a
directed vocational rehabilitation
plan or on their own.
'Perhaps your return to work will
be permanent. If so, your disabili-
ty checks will not be 'stopped un-
til you have worked during 12
months.
A decision as to whether you


betU. BUU Meid nUeGl WOJll .Tai 13 -, _*- ne--, r
close .to the circumference of the have shown .that you 'have regain-
tree---allowing ample space for tree 'ed your ability to work will not ibe
growth. Distance between .walls made until after nine months. If
and height of the wall depend on at that time, it is found that you
the size of the bed desired. are able to engage in substantial
'Be sure that the 'soil dumped in- work, and are therefore no longer
to the newly constructed 'bed is disabled, your check's will still be
rich in organic matter, but -free of paid to you (and your, family) for
weed seeds and nematodes. Before three months longer making in all
planting, it would be a 'good 'dea 12 months of trial work and adjust-
to fumigate the soil. There are sev- ment. If you recover from your dis-
eral chemicals available for the ability without testing your ability
job. to work, your payments (.and your
It's not too late 'to plant gladioli. family's) will 'be continued for an
They will reward you with a show adjustment .period of three months
of 'color in about 80 to 90 days af- after you-recover.
ter they, get settled in the warm Tlie recent 'change in' the law al-
earth. If @planted now, be sure to lows you to continue to receive
'put the glads where they will get your benefit checks while you are
light, and broken .shade when ..they trying to work. The law intends to
start blooming. This will insure you encourage you to attempt self-reha-
of a better flush of blooms.- bilitation.
-,A A disabled person should inmmed-
CARD 'OF THANKS lately report his return -to work to
We wish to thank Dr. Wager, the his nearest .Social 'Security district
Hospital staff and our many friends office. -
for their kindness during the ill- The Social Security office 'for
ness and death of our loved one. this area, is located at 1135 Harri-
The McMullon Family son Avenue, Panama 'City.


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Ground BEEF 3 lb. $1.39
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Tomato Catsup 2 for 35c
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APR Pure Apple
CIDER VINEGAR qt. 27c
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THkE STrA, Port *t. Joe, Pi1.
THURSDAY,, APRL' 'o20,' 1961


y
As graduation nears, consider
a career as-a pharmacist. It's
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profession. The services
you'd render are basic to the
community's health. Along-
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Premiums payable monthly.
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Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday ..... 7:30 p.m.
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..* MIutes of-tIL ..._-.-
County Commission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
April 11, 1961
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met
this date in regular session with
the following members present: E.
C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Leo Ken-
nedy and A. J.. Strickland. The
Clerk, Attorney, Engineer, Road
Supt., Mosquito Control Supervisor
and Civil Defense Director were
also present.
The meeting came to order at
9:00 am,.
Rev. G. T. Hinton opened the
meeting -with prayer.
The, Board. directed the Clerk to
correct the minutes of March 15,
1960, lines 18, 19, 20 and 21, on page
377, to read as follows: The Board
directed Mr. Daniell to look into
the matter of purchasing a second
hand Jeep f-rom the Camp Blandlng
Surplus supplies, to be used in the
mosquito control program.
The minutes of March 15 and 28
were read, corrected, approved and
adopted.
'Hansel Norris came before the
Board requesting financial aid and
stated that the supervisor of the
mosquito control program would
not employ him; that he had no in-
come and could not obtain a job of
any kind, after ,discussion, there
was a motion iby Commissioner
Kennedy, seconded iby Commission-
er *Strickland and duly carried that
Hansel Norris be placed on -the
county indigent roll at $15.00 per
month, beginning this date.
Hon. Harland .0. Pridgeon, Tax
Collector, appeared before th e
Board on behalf of this previous re-
quest for the County to purchase a
validating machine for use in the
-tax collector's office.--After much
discussion, Commissioner Kennedy
suggested that this matter be tab-
led until next year. The Chairman
then ordered that said matter be
-tasbled.
Ralph L. Corbett, Jr., Farm For-
ester for the .Bay-Gulf CFM (pro-
ject came before th eBoard and fil-
ed his semi-annual r.peort and dis-
cussed same with the Board. Said
report was ordered filed.
The Board, discussed right of
way along the Dead Lakes that
would con.neot with existing Coun-
ty roads now in use. It was decided
that -the Board talk to some of the
lan downers Ibefore a decision be
made.
Commissioner Strickland discus-
sad right of way in Highland View.
The Engineer was instructed to
check with the land 'owners and
report to-the Board.
The Chairman told the Board
-that 22 employees have requested
the County to allow payroll deduc-
tions for new Cancer group insur-
ance. After discussion 'there was a
motion by Commissioner Strick-
land, seconded 'by Commissioner
Kennedy'and d'uly approved, that
the Clerk tbe authorized to 'make
payroll deductions for -the Ameri-
can Family Life Insurance Co., af-
ter the proper authorization from
each employee that :purchases .one
of the cancer policies.
o Commissioner Kennedy askel the
"Eiigiiner what progress has ,been
.made on th eWhite City BoaL Land-
ing i ramp. The Engineer reported
that the District Engineer has re-
commended that the 'State Road
Department construct -the ramp. and
that this matter -should be .consid-
ered at the 'State Road Department
meeting in Tallahassee today.
All payrolls for- the--month of
March were approved- and ratified
paid.
The 'following bills -were present-
ed, examined, approved and order-
ed ipIid.
General Fund, Warrant No. 731
Through 815. General Fund Pest
Oon-trol,,Warrant No. 82 through 90.
Fine and Forfeiture Fund, Warrant
No. 66 through 71. Road and Bridge
Fund, Warrant No. 397 through
431.
,There being no 'further business
to come before the Board, the
meeting did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'Si NOTICE OF FILING PETITION U* .t l C S
COURT, GULF COUNTY, FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF HiStOIlC l SClety
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. EXECUTOR
in Re: Estate of Notice is hereby given I'that I H i
LESLIE GEORGE GAY, have filed by Final Returns as Ex- HOS Meeting
deceased., ecutrix of the Estate of Leslie


OLEN'S

IS NOW


seph Historical Society relative to
the arrition of a wing to the local
museum and to enlist their support
for this project.
Mrs. Ned S. Porter, -president,
informed the .members that Robert
Sidwell, owner and operator of Ra-
dio .Station WJOE has offered to
give .short portions 'of radio time to
acquaint the people of this area
with -the historical heritage of St.,
Joseph and Port St. Joe. This will
be forthcoming as soon as the ma-
terial is completed and should
Irove of interest to all.
The members of the St. Joseph
Historical Society recently receiv-
ed invitations to the annual meet-
ing of the Florida Historical Socie-
ty held April 7-8 at West Palm
Beach. Unfortunately no one from
PBort St. Joe was able -to attend this
year. Plans will Ibe made in ad-
vance to have someone attend in
April, 1962 at the meeting to *be
held in Jacksonville.
Through the efforts of the S.t.
Joseph Historical Society and the I


......... .... LO06 .. St. Joseph Advisory Council the
Florida House of Representatives plans for restoring one or more of
and 'to State ,Senators. The purpose the ante-bellum homes in Apalachi-
of the letters was to acquaint these cola has received wide recognition.
men with the desires of the St. Jo- Wendell Jarrad of the Florida De-
velopment Com'mission recently dis-
George Gay, .deceased; 'that I have patched a member of the Florida
filed my petition for distribu'iou News Bureau to ido a feature article
and for Finial Discharge, and that 0on these homes. The article 'will
on April 27, 1961, I will apply to appear soon in the Florida Times-
'.he Honorable S. P. Husband, Union and the Tallahassee Demo-
County Jude o Gulf County, Flor- crat A communication was read
id'a, for approval of said returns crat. A -communication was read


and for an order of distribu
and for final discharge as Ex
trix of the will of Leslie Ge
Gay, deceased.
This the 27th day of Marho
D., 1961.
/s/ CALLIE GAY
Executrix
SILAS R. STONE
Attorney for Executrix
-K -
IN THE COUNTY JUDO
COURT, GULF. COUNT
FLORIDA. IN PROBAT
IN RE: Estate of
WILLIAM SHELBY SMITH
Deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITI
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
OF EXECUTRIX
Notice is hereby given th
have filed my final returns as
ecutrix of the Estate of Wil
Shelby Smith, deceased; that Ih
filed my petition for distribu
and for final discharge, and
on. May 1, 1961, i will apply to
Honorable Sam P. Husband, C
ty Judge of Gulf County, Flo
for approval of said final ret
and for -an order of distribution
for final 'discharge as Exeeu'tri
the Will of William Shelby Sr
deceased.
March 28, 1961.
/'s/ MYRTICE ORA SM
Executrix, Estate of
William Shelby Smith
'deceased.
CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
Attorney for Executrix
221 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
First publication, March 30,


ution from the Association of Gulf Coast Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rogers ia
xeou- Chambers of Commerce endorsing son, Richard of Tallahassee visit
3orge this project and offering any assist- y
h, A. ance they could render. ily.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Russell H'ood
3- rs. Belin Hosts PBonifay spent the week end w
3-30 IS Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson.
S N Thr Frien'ds of H. A. Mathews
Circle No. IThree be interested to learn he is hoI
GE'S after undergoing surgery in an I
Y
E. Circle No. 3 of the WSCS met in terprise, Alabama hospital.and
the home of Mrs. Leonard Belin is feeling fine- 'after several wee
S with eight members present. Mrs. of illness.
ON J. L. Sharit presided over the ibusi- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Griffin a
ness meeting. In the absence of thu Jackie Griffin of Fort Myers spe
minutes, new 'business was 'aken the 'week end with their parent
at I care of. The treasurer's report was Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Griffin.
Ex- given by Mrs. Herbert Brown. Most Byron Cox of Tallahassee visit
liam
have 'of the dues have been paid. Mrs. Jimmy Cox and family Monday a
wtion Sharit expressed her 'appreciation Tuesday.
that to all the circle members for their Rev. Acie Williams, W. C. Mi
Sthe cooperation and thoughtfulness and Ernest Lightfoot visited S
rida, during the past year. urday 'at 'the Memorial Hospital.
urns Mrs. Jimmy McNeill gave the Panama City with several :patier
and program from the Methodist Wo- from this area.
ix of man and the book of Acts. The su'b- Mrs. Mae Creamer and daught
smith, ject being Pentecost for the follow- and Mr. and Mrs. George .Simmo
ers of Christ past and Pentecost visited Wednesday with R. V. Ho
IITH present. Could or would we wait on
the Lord today?
, -Circles three and four have the
Methodist Men's Club the last
Tuesday night in May.
4t The meeting closed with the so-
1961 ciety .benediction.


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The regular meeting of the St.
Joseph Historical Society was -held
Saturday, April 15 in the Municipal
Building. Eight gloss prints and
negatives of signers of Florida's
first Constitution, recently purchas-
ed by the local Society from the St.
Augustine and Hillsborough Coun-
ty Historical Societies were dis-
played. They will 'be added to the
increasing -collection of, the signers
being assembled. Judge Warren
Fitzpatrick has offered to contact
Judge Ben C. Willis -of Tallahassee
in an effort to secure any pictures
of signers that may :be available in
that city.
A major project recently com-
pleted by the St. Joseph Historical
Society was reviewed ,by the mem-
'hbers present. This project. consist-
ed of sending detailed letters of ex-
lanationr t 6 members of +the


Legion Crowns

"Miss Poppy"

Tuesday .night at the American
Legion Home, Carol Parker was
crowned "Miss Poppy of Port St.
Joe, to reign as Queen through the
month of May. She was crowned by
Cmdr. Albert Thames as he pre-
sented her with a rhinestone tiara,
and a crown shaped insignia decor-
ated with a white carnation on
each side and -pinned a ribbon cor-
sage in colors of red, white and
,blue with attached streamer in
white with gold letters, "Miss Pop-
py".
Legionettes, varying in ages from
six to 13 participated in a short
skit, following a patriotic theme.
Donald Smith and John White as-
sisted as color bearers 'and Danny
Moore played the cornet.
Participants included: Carol Par-
ker, Danise Jordan, Deborah Mal-
lett, Phyllis Thomas, JoBeth Ham-
mock, Penny Moore, Judy Herring,
Peggy White, Judith Moore, Jack-
ie Hammock, Elizabeth Adams and
Regina Core.

NEWS FROM
Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER


Blackeye peas, spice ham slices, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Johnson of
-apple, raisin and carrot salad, hot 1803 Garrison Avenue announce the
biscuits, blackberry jelly and milk. ,birth of a son, Keith Alan on April
Tuesday, April 25 18 in the Municipal Hospital.,


En-_-
be
k: PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
nad
nt Garrison at 20th
ts,
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
ed
nd Sunday School ------------10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship -- -------11,:00 A.M.
les Evening Worship --7:45 P.M.
in Prayer Service (Thursday) -----7:45 P.M.
nts, Air Conditioned for your Comfort
ter "Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
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JUICE


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, ',der :ct of Mareh 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 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 such
advertisement.
The spoken word ir given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


We re Headin 'South!

Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia .
here we come and we're eagerly looking forward to
it. We've been operating department stores in Illinois
and Missouri for 51 years now we want to become a
part of the fast growing south.
In a very few weeks from now, we'll be completely re-
decorated a new sign out front and complete NEW
merchandise ALL FIRST QUALITY! You'll find a
complete line of fine quality ready to wear for everyone
in the family .. a complete shoe department and a won-
derful line of top quality furnishings for the home. Best
of all the prices will be downright LOW as low
as you'll find anyplace!
P. S. In the meantime you can save like crazy by
helping yourself to the present merchandise so
we can bring in our own. Prices have been chop-
ped to a fraction of their original price. Hurry
in and save!'


2 for


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA PHONE 7-2221


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

ell family in Parker.
Mrs. Eugene Suggs and sons of
Parker visited Saturday with iher
parnets, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Grif-
fin.
John Pollock spent Saturday in
Clarksville with his sister and
*friends.
Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Adams and
children spent the week end in We-
wahitchka with friends.
,Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Min.ger andI
sons are visiting rel-ativse in West-
ville this week.
-(K
Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, April 24


THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1961
Spaghetti and meat sauce, butter-
ed spinach, carrot sticks, mince
'meat-apple sauce cake, white bread
and milk.
Wednesday, April 26
Hot dogs, 'buttered corn., cabbage
slaw, potato sticks, coconut cook-
ies and milk.
Thursday, April 27
Fried chicken, English peas, cel-
ery sticks, rice, orange cake, 'white
bread and milk.
Friday, April 28
Tuna fish salad, green lima
beans, cabbage slaw, olives an'd
pickles, ice cream, white bread and
milk.
BIRTHS
BIRTHS








,gifit HTarLiold, Ethel W( tAhrfooA i kj i rtin, 1144 iuint'ei4 irc'l is
Myreii Howelli Viola al,4r:!. hnd thiohg 79 p6r'ns Who 4have *C6O
Erina Creel. ileted the fquireffiefita for a de-
----- --- -- gree at Ithlory University during
Nine Boats Take Part in the winter quarter:
Cruise Last Sunda Kilbourn 'will receive his Bache-
Cruisor of Divinity degree.
Nine boats took part in the St. Formal presentation of the de.


TO MARRY: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wright of this city announce the en-
gagement,. and approaching marriage of their :daughter, Wanda Sue
to Harold W. Ballard of Alabama, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ballard.
The wedding will be an event of April 21, in the First Church of
the Nazarene, at 7:30 p.m. The reception will folYow in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. McCormick, sister of the bride-elect. No in-
vitations are 'being sent but all friends and relatives of the couple
are invited to attend.


Business and Professional
Women Elect Officers

The Business .and Professional
Women's Club of Port St. Joe se-
lected a new slate of officers at
their regular meeting last Tuesday
at the City Restaurant.
Elected were, President, Char-
1lo Lovelace; First vice-president


Marian Lauder; Second vice-presi-
dent, Lois Katrola; Third vice-pres-
ident, Mabel Williams; Secretary,
Sue Moore; Treasurer, Nora Beas-
ley.
Members present at the meeting
were: Minerva McLane, Nora Beas-


loer T. Lois Ktr. Sue MnnreMabel i


Joe Boat Club cruise last Sunday
afternoon, according to Silas R.
Stone, cruisemaster.
Those making the cruise were:
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mosely, Mr. and
Mrs. Calvin Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. L.
E. Thursb-iv, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Munn, Mr. -and Mrs. Fred Perry,
Mr. 'and Mrs. Curtis Hammond,
Earl Creel and Mr. and Mrs. Silas
R. Stone.
The group cruised 'up the canal
to East Bay and back. A rest stop
was made at Wetapo Creek on the
return trip.


grees 'will be made at the com-
mencement exercises in June.

BOOST PORT ST. JOEl


CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or
apartments. Furnished or unfur-
nished. Call 9-1901, Mrs. J. Ander-
son. tfc-10-6.
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 7-5771. tfc-12-29


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Citizens of Month Named Call BAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far-
By High School Students me"'. tfc-2-16
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house on
The Junior and Senior High Citi- 6th St. Phone 7-7511. tfe-2-23
zen of the -Month for the month of
April -were elected last Wednesday FOR RENT: Garage apartment,
at the Port St. Joe High School. furnished. 2 bedrooms, 1015 Mon.
Ave. Small children not preferred
The candidates for the Senior High because of dangerous driveway.
were Johnny .Chafin, Wayne Chil- $65 a month. Call 7-7396. Mrs. B. C.
ders and Gail Anderson. Gaillard, 1009 Mon. Ave.
The Junior High candidates wereFOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom
Danny Odum, Jackie Price and Ju- house, unfurnished, at 910 Wood-
lia Boyette. ward Ave. $45 mo. Available by
T.... .... oiin,.. T D-.. Odu, March 10. Call BAll 7-3661. tfc3-2


joUunny unwi and aLU nJija ny vau
shared the honors. These are ex-
amples of the 'best -citizens in the
Port St. Joe High School.
-GEORGE DUREN

Max B. Kilbourn To
Get Degree At Emory


Williams, Verna Smit'h, Marion EMORY UNIV.-Max Bradford
Lauder, Charlotte Lovelace, Vir- Kilbourn, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. G. N.


OLEN'S




IS NOW


WE'RE SACRIFICING:, THE PRESENT


MERCHANDISE TO MAKE ROOM FOR


CARP'S NEW MERCHANDISE ARRIVING


SOON! SAVE 2 AND MORE!


BARGAIN TABLE

/2 Price
SabhI lamps, brci-a-brac, aluminum-
ware, picnic sets, etc.


Boy's short sleeve
Reg. $1.00

Sport Shirts

66c

Ladies and



val. up to $1.99

77c


Port St. Joe, Fla.
312 Reid Ave.


THESE AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS

. ALL SLASHED IN PRICE! HURRY IN


S TREMENDOUS SAVINGS THROUGHOUT!


FOR RENT: Furnished bedroom
and private bath. Stella Farris.,
528 corner 6th St. and Woodward


Ave. Phone 229-2636.


2tp-3-23


FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
:nished apartment, upstairs. $35.,
at 523% Third St. Phone 227-8642.


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Upstairs. At 1506 Long Ave. Call
227-5426. t;fc-4-6
FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment.
Furnished. 228% 7th 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
FOR RENT: One furnished ,bed-
room apt. Available first of May.
Mrs. Charles Browne, 305 6th St.
Phone 227-4511. tfoc-4-13
FOR SALE: 6 lots in Beaty Subdi-
vision in White City.Inquire at
Union Finance Co. tfc-3-2
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom stucco
'.home. Centrally heated and air
conditioned. Complete with kitchen
and laundry equipment. 901 Garri-
son Avenue. Ph. 7-4491. tfc-1-19
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on
corner lot. Hardwood floors, in-
sulated. $8,800. Can obtain FHA fi-
nancing. 302 16th St.'Call Pridgeon
Insurance Agency to see house. Itfc


FOR SALE: Three bedroom insulat-
ed home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 100'
x 150' lot, garbage disposal, TV an-
tenna, all blinds, living room drapes


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itolded.i quUity etaed, mmw' THE STAR, Port t. Joea, Fla.
date pos3ssilon, Call BAll 7.2811. i. and --
FOR SALE: Cocker spaniel .pups. THE OAr s tio,
Pure ,breed. Reasonable, R. W. 3tp Front of Post Office 4-18 Cou
Henderson. Call 229-1716. 3to Apalachicola, Florida Cou
to 'p
FOR SALE: Lots, 7 and 8 in Block LOT CLEANING and leveling and. ties,
68 ,on Monument Ave. between 16th tractor work. Call J. B. Hatta- vidi
and 18th St. Call 648-3235 after 5 way, Phone 227-7961. 2tp
p.m. 6tp-4-6
AVAILABLE AT ONCE Rawleigh
FOR SALE at St. Joe Beach. 5-rm. business in Gulf Co. Good oppor-
brick house with hardwood floors, tunity. Experience helpful but not
2 ceramic baths, glassed in sun necessary. See A. P. Golden, R. 4,
porch, deep 'well and car port. 6 mo. Box 632, Tallahassee or write at Joe
old on 2 corner lots. Pay equity once. Rawleigh's Dept. FAD-100-102,
and take VA loan. Call 648-4445. Memphis, Tenn. 3tp-4-13 Glad
Charlie E. White. 4tp-4-13
FOR SALE: 4 new VA houses on N
FOR SALE Cypress Ave. Nearly completely. field
Three .bedroom masonry house No down payment. Just closing c/o
with oak floors on 90 feet by 165 costs for qualified veteran. PRID- Str,
feet lot. Breezeway, garage, tile GEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 O
bath Only $11,000. $350 down and V'illiams Avenue. A.D
balance on FHA loan. Glass
Large three 'bedroom house with I MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann- serve
family room and living room. One ing to move across town or Jr.,
and one half baths. Central heat. across country? Call us for free es- dre,
Air conditioned. On large corner timates. Representatives for May- Joe,
lot. Priced at $17,000.00. flower, experienced and qualified. the
New three .bedroom house .on Mc- SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112 of a
Clellan Avenue. Priced $10,200. Mon. Ave., Phone 7-4051. plai
Three bedroom frame house on W
Sixth Street to sell for $6,000. EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
WE CAN ASSIST YOU IN FINAN- Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for seal
CING ANY OF THE ABOVE trick expert service, itte ofI
RANK & DOT'SE AGENCY CLEAN UP YOUR BACK YARD
?F1RANK & DOT'S AGEand make Port St. Joe beautiful.
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491 We will buy your scrap material.
TRACTOR WORK: Ground break- Highest prices for light material, (CI


ing, discing, lot cleaning. Exper- 'such as auto !bodies, fenders, etc.
lenced. Phone 227-2414. 4tp-4-20 1(no enamel or portical). Try us.
ASHING and IRONING done Good service, prompt paying. Bring
WASHING and IRONING done at your cast, steel, itin and metals to
206 Duval St. in- Oak Grove or ,us and get top dollar. 17th Street
call 227-5011. 2tp ,at Palo Alto Ave. Panama City.
PEEPLE'S PAWN SHOP: "Buy, Phone POCplar 3-3582. 4tc-3-30
.sell or trade confidentially with,
confidence". The little man's PAINT CONTRACTING
friend. 401 East Third St. Phone JAMES FLOYD
227-3416. tfc-4-20 2141/2 7th St. Highland View


FOR SALE: David-Bradley chain
saw, ,bar-type blade, $85. Homart
cylinder-type water pump, $65.
Phone 639-2893, Wewahitchka. lp
ENJOY A NEW HOME
10% Down-$75 Month
This modern 2 bedroom, 1% bath
home, handy to beach, offers many
custom built extras you will really
appreciate. Full price only $9,875;
will consider your vacant lot as
part payment. See pink house on
Rachel Drive in Mexico Beach.
Owner next door. Phone 648-3205.
IMPORTED FOODS
We are now stocking imported
Greek and Italian cheese, black
olives, calamato olives, peppers,
stuffed egg plants, hard dry salami,
hard dry peperoni sausage, smoked
mullet, mackerel and whole herr-
ing, canned squid, olive oil, cooked
hams from Holland. We are adding
more of these imported items from
week to week and priced right.


FOR RENT
Trailer Spaces
on St. Joe Beach
'Cement': patios, grass lawn,
good water, shell drivse.
$15.00 A MONTH
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BUD OWENS
ST. JOE BEACH


NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
.Notice is hereby given of inten-
tion to 'apply to the 1961 Legisla-
ture for an Act relating to Gulf


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FOR RENT
On The Beach
2 FURNISHED HOUSES
$60.00 per mo. Each
2 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
$40.00 and $50.00 mo.
SEE -

I. W. DUREN
Phones 227.3171 & 227-5511


IS YOUR CAR WORTH

MORE THAN YOU?
A lubrication job and oil change ...... typical
cost, about $5.00 keeps your car in good
shape another few monthe, another few thou-
sand miles. But a drug prescribed by your doc-
tor average cost about $3.00 can be
the means of keeping you, or someone in your
family, in good shape for years and years .
That's why we say .
TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
BARGAIN IN HISTORY
The Most Complete Prescription Department --
Have Your Doctor Phone Us or Bring Your Prescription To

SMITH'S PHARMACY

Two Free Parking Spaces for Your Convenience
at Our Back Do6r
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-5111




VI S I T

MEXICO BEACH LAUNDERETTE


Fluff Fold


Coin Machines


Behind the Shopping Center Playground for Children


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME




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.


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3 OPERATORS NOW TO SERVE YOU
Genie Cox -- Carlene Gaskin Maxine Smith
Maxine Smith *of Pensacola has joined -our ,staff ihis week
enabling us to give you more prompt service
CALL 229-2151 FOR APPOINTMENTS
Make appointments now for the Junior-Senior Prom
GENIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
212 Williams Avenue Port 'St. Joe, Florida


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

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) ___ 7:30 p.m.

"Come and Worship God With Us"


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THURSDAY, APRIL. O, '196

nty; authorizing the Board 0f
nty Commissioners of said
nty to use secondary road funds
pave streets within municipaliP
, and subdivision streets; pro-
ng an effective date.
C. G. COiSTIN, Jr.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
Whitfield, Plaintiff,
lys Glass Whitfield, Defendant
DIVORCE
otice to: Gladys Glass Whit-
i whose place of residence is
B. H. Prestwood, 108 Bedford
eet, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
,n or before the 15th day of May,
., 1961 the defendant, Gladys
ss Whitfield is required to
ve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
ss is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St.
, Florida, a copy of and file with
Clerk ,of said Court, the original
an answer to the Bill of Com-
Jnt filed against her herein.
Witness my hand and official
l of said Court at Wewahitchka,
f County, Florida, this 10th day
April, A.D. 1961.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
By Rosselle Gaskin, D.C.
RCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t
st publication on April 13, 1961