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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: June 1, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (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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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-LOt's keep
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchantal
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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-WENTY-FOURTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1961


Costin Asks for


Gulf To Remain


In Present Dist.

Representative Cecil G. Costin
Jr., told The Star yesterday af-
ternoon that Gulf County has
been placed In the North central
Florida Congressional District,
(one of the new districts).
Costin told The Star that he
would enter a request to the Le-
.gjslature a formal 'request for
Gulf County to remain in Con-
gressman Bob Sikes' district.
Costin said that he had recieved
a number of communications re-
questing this action.
Costin said that his request to
the Legislature would ask for
Gulf to remain in Sikes' district
since Gulf's economy is based
principally upon an economy of
industry, waterways, ports, and
military installations just as
many other counties in Sikes' dis-
trict such as Bay, Escambia and
Okaloosa.
Counties in the new proposed
district are principally agricul-
tural counties.
Costin stated that the confer-
ence on Congressional reappor-
tionment has stated that it will
honor Costin's request-


Four Gulf Bills

Approved By House

Four Gulf County bills ,were ap-
proved 'by the House of Represen-
tatives this week.
One would waive gneeral law to
allow the Gulf .County Commission
to revise boundaries on one of
their districts.
Anothre would classify compen-
sation and fees the Gulf circuit
clerk-and. county judge receive for
services performed for the: Dead
Lakes Wdter Management Area as
additional to their regular fE.- and
co:,mpensalions for auwjti-g pir-
poses.
The third would allow the county
to control roaming dogs, issue li-
cense tags -for them and provide
pounds.
Fourth bill would ,repeal a series
of unwanted population acts inso-
far as they relate to Gulf County.


Vacation Church School

At Methodist Church

Vacation Church School of the
Highland View Methodist Church
will .be held from June 12 through
June 16, Monday through Friday,
from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m.
'On Friday ,evening at 7:30 p.m.
parents and friends of the children
will have an opportunity to attend
the closing exercises at which time
certificates of attendance will 'be
given out.
Competent teachers and workers
are planning for the -kindergarten,
primary and junior ages. There will
be 'stories, songs, Bible study, wor-
ship, and play activities, as well as
refreshments each day.'
An invitation is extended to all
children to come to the. Vacation
Church .School. A special invitation
is extended to those children who
,do not regularly attend Sunday
School anywhere. Parents are invit-
ed to clip this article from The
Star and place it in a prominent
place as a reminder of 'the date,
time and place.


The Port St. Joe High School
graduated 57 Seniors, this past
Monday night at 8:00 jp.m. in the
High School Athletic Stadium.
Among those students graduating
were three -with high honors: How-
ard Lovett, Rodney Spaulding and'
Coleman Tharpe.
Twenty-one of the Seniors grad-
uated with honors, making 24 ,hon-
or graduates in all out of a class
of 57. Those graduating with hon-
ors were: Sheral Bass, Mary Jane
Bobbitt, Colleeni Burke, Rita Coop-
er, Peggy DePuy, Betty Ann Ford,
Don Haddan, Mary Ellen Hender-
son, Carolyn Kennedy, Mavis Ken-
nedy, Bob Kerrigan, Jean McArdle,
Babs Maxwell, Estelle Mizelle,
Ann Mosely, David Odum, Janice
Player, Linda Roberts, Don Rut-
land, Tom Martin Watts and Rex-
ine White.
Other graduating seniors were:
Archie Barbee, Jerry Barnes, Wayne
Blackburn, Jimmy Dawson, Joe
I


continuing a supplement for judges
in the 14th Judicial Circuit so they
receive $15,000 was passed in the
Senate Monday and goes to the
Governor.
The six counties in the Circuit
are Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson and Washington. The sal-
ary is the same as has been in
effect in the past.


New County Commissioners Sworn In
it?51 ;


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WORN IN-Mr : G S Cr'.'xtun ilt and J:an--i H..,i;reer te-nier)
and shown being sworn into their office as Gulf County Commis-
sioners Tuesday, May 23. Clerk of the Circuit Court, George Y.
Core, right, is leading the new Commissioners in their oath of
office. Mrs. Croxton is fulfilling the term of her husband, who re-
'signed due to ill health and Greer is filling the vacancy left by the
death of Commissioner Coleman Tharpe. (Star photo)


Evans, Don Gardner, Madeline Gill,
David Harper, Sally Hudson, Linda
Keel, 'Steve Kennedy, Cecil Lyons,
Patrick McFarland, Barbara Mar-
-tin, Barbara Miller, Bob Munn. -
Virginia Norris, Oarol Pattersoin,
S'harlyene Raffield, Albert Ray, Joe
St. Clair, Melvin Seawright, Caro-
lyn Smith, Carolyn Starling, Jimmy
'Stephens, Clifford Tharpe, Ernest
Thursday, Lindsey Thursbay, David
White, Jimmy Wilder, Bo Williams,
Katherine Williamson and Buddy
Wood.
ADDRESS'
Featured on the 'program were
seven seniors who developed 'the
theme, "Let Us Have Faith".
Appearing on the program. were:
Linda Roberts, -invocation and
benediction.
Howard Lovett, "Faith in Our
Government".
Rodney Spaulding, "Faith in Our
Neighbors".
Betty Ann Ford, "Faith in Our,


CANCER CHECK-Mr-1 Harbld Canning (seated left) of Wewahitch-
ka presents Walter Cpodon a cheek from' the Wewahitchka phase
of the Gulf County .0'cer"Drie. 'Tbe check put Gulf County well
above Itus t f :. ok'ig.o.is 1Mrs. Pearl Brown, 'standing
lef, Gulf County 'Chtirman,"American Cancer Sogetg and a C.
Belin, standing right, Fund Drive Chairman. "' (Star ph to)


GULF COUNTY TOPS GOAL IN


CANCER FUND DRIVE BY $852.97


Gulf County has gone over its
quota by some one third, accord-
ing to Mrs. H. C. Brown, Gulf
County Chairman, American Can-
cer Society.
Gulf County collected $3,352.97
in the drive against a goal of
,$2,500.00. .
' Mrs. Harold Canning of Wewa-
hitchka turned over to the 'Can-.
cer Crusade treasurer, Walter C.,
Dodsoni Monday, a check" for
$1,300.61 raised in Wewahitchka


from the Horse Show and a check-
for $273.64 raised from the We-
wahitchka house to house cam-
paign.
'Port St. Joe had raised $1r-
778.72 in'its house to house and
advance gifts campaign. Cam-
paign chairman, J. C. Belin said
that he expects the Port St. Joe
contributions to grow some as
several checks have not yet come
in. that are expected by the Cam-
paign chairman.


is paid ,by the counties in the cir-
cuit.
Another House bill passed in the
Senate provides that the county
judge in Gulf County who is also
the juvenile judge shall receive a
salary of $8,500 per ,year
Whenever the compensation from
fees, fines, commissions and sal-
ary as juvenile judge do not reach
'he $8,500 mark the county com-
missioners shall pay a sufficient
amount from the general fund so
,e receives-the salary,provided.


Rev. H. Babbit

Speaks To Kiwanis


Schools".
Tom Martin Watts, "Faith in
Our Churches".
Coleman Tharpe, "Faith in Our
Youth".
Ritsa Cooper, "Faith in Our-
selves".
AWARDS
Those Seniors receiving awards
and those giving awards were as
follows:
Rotary Trophy, awarded by Ro-
tary president, J. T. McNeill, to Bo
Williams' and Linda Roberts.
American Legion Trophy, award-
ed iby Rev. J. J. Hill and Mrs. James
S. Moore to Don Haddan and Bet-
ty Ann Ford.
Kiwanis Scholarship Award for
excellence in Mathematics and
Science awarded by Kiwanis pres-
ident Calvin A. Floyd to Coleman
Tharpe.
Gulf County Teacher's Scholar-
ship Award, made by Harry Her-
rington to Coleman Tharpe.


Burning Clothes Bring

Out "Smoke Eaters"

- The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department was called out last
Friday to the Econowash on Reid
Avenue.
The call came at 12:3'0 to put
out a blaze that had 'started in one
of the dryers in the automatic
laundry. A load of drying clothing
contained some nylon 'and rayon
pieces which caught 'fire from the
heat of the dryer. The ,blaze was
quickly put out with only the
clothing in the dryer suffering any
damage. .


SGraveside Services for

- Clenney Twttlnfants, i Mrs. Clemets Passes


wr- Away At Dalkeith
Graveside services were held .
Monday, May 29 for the infant twin Mrs. ary Alic Clentents, age
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny 84,passed away 'at the home of her
Lucius Clenney of St. Joe Beach., daughter, Mrs. Jack Hall of Dal-
Services were' conducted by Rev. th on May 19. J. Sk H ad be en i
Willis, Pastor of the 'Church of God iting her daughter for two weeks-
of Bristol, Florida. Interment was at the time of her death.
in the family plot at Mithen Cme- at the time of her death.
tery in Bristol. Survivors include her husband,
- Survivors include the parents, John C. Clements of Hosford; two
:Mr. and Mrs. Johnny L. Clenney, daughters, Mrs. Willie Campbell of
the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Pensacola and Mrs. Jack C. Hall of
Mrs. Joe Bracewell of this city -and Dalkeith; seven grandchildren; six
the paternal grandparents, Mr. and great grandchildren and two bro-
Mrs. Robert L. Clenney of DeFun- others, Frank and William Parler of


iak Springs.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
mients.

St. James Church Plans
Annual Family Picnic

The St. James Episcopal Church
will have their annual family pic-
nic, Sunday afternoon, June 4 start-
'ing at 3:00 p.m.
The picnic will be held at Mexico
Beach at the Fensom beach home.
The picnic is to mark the cUmax
of the church school's present term.
The church school class has been
reorganized and will continue thrui
the summer as usual.


Norway, S. C.
Graveside services were held at
2:00 p.m. Sunday, May 21 -at the
Hosford Cemetery with Rev. Ber-
nard Noorelhook and Rev. C. C.
Lane officiating.
Comforter Funeral' Home was in
charge of 'arrangements.

Jack & Jill Kindergarten
To Present 'Program

The Jack and Jill Kindergarten
operated ;by Mrs. E. R. DuBose and
Mrs. Bob Fox, will present their
annual closing exercises tonight
at 7:30 p.m. The exercises will be
'held in the Centennial Building.
The public is invited -to attend.


Civitan Club award for a citizen-
ship essay .made .by Leroy Bowdoin
-to Bob Kerrigan.
Student achievement a w a r ds
were made by Principal Leroy Bow-
doin to the following students:
English, Coleman Tharpe.
History, David White.
Shorthand, Mary Jane Bobbitt.
Intra-mural, Joe Evans.
Business manager for Annual,
Rita Cooper.
Annual Editor, Linda Roberts.
Editor, School 'paper, Don Had-
dan.
'Student 'Council, Bob Kerrigan.
Future Teachers of America lea-
dership, Carolyn Starling.
Cheerleader, Madeline Gill.
Band awards: Rodney Spaulding,
Howard Lovett, Mary Jane Bobbitt,
Lindsey Thurebay, Bob Munn, Da-
vid Odum, Melvin Seawright, Don
Gardner, Bob Kerrigan, Earnest
Thursday, Sally Hudson, Barbara
Martin and Carolyn Smith.


The County Commission has
picked its representatives to meet
for a study of a proposed redistrict-
ing of the County Commission Dis-
tricts 'in Gulf County as presented
to 'the Commission on Tuesday,
May 23. The representatives were
picked, one from each district in
the County to study the plau and
offer their recommendation to the
County Commission for action on
Tuesday, June 27.
,Selected for the job are: District


J. T. Simpson

Awarded Scout

Silver Beaver

John Simpson, Scoutmaster of
Troop 47 in Port St. Joe was award-
ed the highest 'honor made -to an
adult Scouter at the 'annual Lake-
Sands District meeting in Pensa-
cola last Thursday night.
:Simpson 'has ,been Scoutmaster
of Troop 47 for the ,past 19 years.
The Silver Beaver award is made
on ithe basis 'of work and qualifi-
cations offered to Scouting and is
based on service of thp. recipient.
Simpson is the second person in


1, Dave Gaskin dof Wewahitchka, Gulf nty to receive 'the Silver
selected by Commissioner A. J. Godnty to receive the Silver
selected Diby rComn~tssioner BA. "Beaver. The first Beaver award
Strickland; District 2, Ed Band- was presented to M. P. Tomlinson
joug1h of Wewahitchka, by Cornm-a few years ago. Tomlinson had
missioner E. C. Harden, Sr.; Dis- erv, for many years as instit-
"" 'served for many years as in~stitu-


trict 3, Chuck Gibson of Beacon
Hill .by Commissioner Mrs. G. S.
C-Oroxton; District 4. J. B. .Harris,
of Kenney's' Mill .by C.oBmissioner
James H. Geer; District. 5, Frank
Pate of Port St. Joe ,by Commis-
sioner Leo Kennedy and Bob ElH-
zey, president of the Port St. Joe
Jaycees, 'who represent the pro-
posers of the redistricting plan.


Contracts Let for

Wewa Water System

Contracts have been let in the
amount of $288,000 for the construc-
tion of a new water 'system for the
City of Wewahitchka, according to
Max W. Kilbourn, of Florida En-
gineering- Associates, engineers for
the project.
Successful bidders were notified
.to begin construction as soon as
possible.


tionil representative for the Ro-
tary Cl.ub, sponsoring organization
for Bp'pad Cub Scquts in Port .
Joe.


Small Fish Net Big

Prizes At Mexico Beach

A two pound, four ounce floun-
der caught from the surf a. Mexico
BEach by Janis Payne of Mobile,
Aiabama, took first prize for the
week in the 'summer-long fishing
t:,irnament sponsored by the Mex-
i--o Beach community. A rod and
reel was the award. A five pound
eight ounce -mackerel took the first
pri:e for the best catch from a
boat and was landed by Warren
BaLeman from the state of Pennsyl.
varia.

American Legion Post
To Install Officers


Riley-Bates of Pompano who will Willis V. Rowan, Post 116 and
lay the pipeline. Auxiliary will hold installation of
Rowe Well Drilling Company of officers Tuesday, June 6 at 8:00
Tallahassee, who will drill a new p.m. at the Legion Hall.
well for the system. All veterans and wives are invit-
E. N. Murray and Son of Pensa- ed to attend and asked to bring a
cola,, who will construct the 'pump covered dish.
hoise.
Whitmire Tank Corp. of Jackson- In Hospital
ville will construct the water tank. Ernest Lowry, Jr., is a patient
The project is being financed by in the Tallahassee Memorial Hos-
a Federal guaranteed bond issue. '.pital suffering .from a slipped diac.


City Gets Safety Award At Rotary Meet


The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
witnessed the presentation of Port
St. Joe's eighth award for no traf-
fic deaths for a full year at their
regular meeting last Thursday.
Highway Patrol Safety Education
Officer Dick Doyle presented the
plaque to Mayor J. L. Sharit at the
meeting.
Sharit rem-arked that the citv'


Rev. Harry Babbit, pastor of the first traffic safety laws were intro-
St. James Episcopal Church, gave duced in 1936 at which time the
the program to the Kiwanis Club speed limits in the City of Port St.
at -their regular meeting Tuesday. I Joe were set at 25 miles per hour
Babbitt told of the origin and in the residential district and at 15
meaning of Memorial Day. Memor- miles per hour in the business dis-
ial is a day of observing the sacri- trict. Sharit said that the City
fice of American war dead' from Commission has worked toward
the Revolutionary War through the traffic safety since this time and
Korean War. ti he present record of no deaths for
Guests of the Club were a dele- eight full years and very few ac-
-gation of four from -the Panama cidents shows that the concern for
City Kiwanis Club, Basil McKnight safe driving has born fruit.
of Port St. Joe and Coleman Tharpe Trooper Doyle told the Rotarians
and James Kennedy of the Port SCt1that traffic deaths in Florida dur-
Joe High School.' ing the past year have caused 166


million dollars in damages. This
amounts to an average of $33.00 for
each resident of Florida. He cited
the .fact that traffic accidents and
deaths per miles traveled is de-
creasing in the State but warned
that the practice of safe driving
habits are necessary to keep this
traffic death toll' dowr.
Doyle 'hailedas a step forward
recent action :by the Legislature
to apply an extra charge of 25c on
driver's licenses to finance driver
education. He cited the fact that
according to accident reports, Ihe
worst drivers are ,between the ages
of 15 and 19. "If we can teach the
young drivers safe driving habits
wholesale, we will, to a certain
extent reduce this dangerous driv-
ing age.
Doyle said his main complaints
were from drivers of 25 and under
who drive over 65 and drivers of
65 and over who drive under r25.
Guests of the club were H. D.
Lister of Wewahitchka, Wendel


Dunbar of St. Louis, Mich., John Nedley and H. W. Griffin, all of
Robert Smith, Frank Hannon, I. C. Port St. Joe.


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SAFE DRIVER AWARD for no traffic deaths in Port S4. Joe during
the year 1960 is 'held by Mayor J. L. Sharit (center). The award wias
presented Thursday at the Rotary Club meeting. Picture d above,
left to right, are City Commissioners John Robert Smith, Frank
Hannon, I. C. Nedley, Mayor Sharit, FHP Safety Education Officer
Dick Doyle, who presented the award, Chief of Police H. W. Griffin,
and Rotary President, James T. McNeill. (Star photo)


57 Recieve Diplomas At Commencement


NUMBER 36


Group of Six Is Chosen To Study

Plans for Re-districting County


Students Have


One More Day

Although school is officially
out for the y sar tomorrow after-
noon, students must report back
one more time during this school
year. All students of Port St. Joe
and Highland View schools must
report back 'to their classrooms
at their regular classroom open-
ing time next Wednesday, June
7 to receive their report cards.
AH bus students must catch
their busses.at their regular sche-
dule that has, prevailed through-
out the year., :
The Wednesday session will
last for about a half an hour.
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House Bill Continues Supplement of

Circuit Judges Pay By Counties Served

The House bill introduced by The state pays each judge $13,-
Rep. Cecil Oostin of Port St. Joe 500. The remainder of the $15,000


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Jack Connell, Robert C. Rish, G.
T. Hinton, David -C. Gaskin, Harrell
0. Holloway 'and Misses Lynda
Borders and Shirley Juanita Bor-
ders.


Highland View GA

Have Coronation


Out of town guests were: Miss The Highland View B ap ti st
Julye Hilton and Mesdames Henry Church was the setting of an im-
Smith, Emmette Daniell and Ed pressive coronation service on;
Russell. Wednesday night., May 17 in which
five girls were recognized 'for out-
Those sending gifts were: Mes- standing achievement in Girl's Aux- '
damse W. M. Carter, Dwight Grif- illary forward steps. I
fin, Otis Davis, A. A. Duke, John! The Queens.receiving crowns, the
Henry Pridgeon, L. L. Lanier, Jr., highest rank a junior girl :may,
Jim Sealey, S. B. Brown, J. A. achieve, were Jennifer Kennedy,
Whitfield, R. D. Lister, 'Elmer'Falle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kemp,
Sr., Bramlette Byrd, Randall Ma- Kennedy and Linda Graham, daugh-
this, Robert G. Brown, Joe Land, ter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Walter Gra-
Barney Alsobrook, Jack Curry, ham.
Robert Murphy, C. D. Bodrers, J. I Receiving recognition as lady-In- P
H. Arthur, E. ,C. Harden, Jr., H. B. waiting was Sue McCormick.
Canning, C. L. Morgan, Robert Being recognized as Maidens,
Jones, G. W. White, Boyd Brogdon, wer eJulia Ann Boyette and Debra
James F. Rish, Jr., Marilyn Daniel, Floyd.
E. C. Harden, 'Sr., G. L. Humphries, Crown bearers were Dawn An-
M. H. Parramore, S. P. Husband, chors and Sheila Johnson.
Sam C. Dorsey, Thomas J. Husband, At the conclusion of the service
B. E. Parker, Berta Williams, Floyd 'Rev. Reuben Davis, pastor, present-


GIRL'S AUXILIARY CORONATION-Pictured above are the Girl's Auxiliary members of
tist Church who took part in a Coronation ceremony Sunday, May 21. Story on page 4.


the First Bap-


THE STAR, Poilt St Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1961
Jr., and 'Mrs. Otis Skipper.
hKa l E Maal led t Among the friends enjoying this
Mrs. Karl E. Marshall Honored With occasion with the honoree were:
SI Mrs. Tobe Gay, Sr., mother of the
Calling Shower In Wewahhtchka 'honoree, Mesdames Thomas Wil-
Sliams, Carl .Dean,- Jack Taylor, EH.
E. Helms, Marty Tewes, Magdalene
'On May 11, from 7:00 to 9:30 serving dishes centered with a gor- HuIbard, R. Y. Griffin, Malcolm
p.m. the lounge of the Gulf Coast geous three tiered wedding cake Rozier, Jar e Dun n, Florine E
Electric Cooperative, Inc. in Wewa-, baked and decorated by Mrs. Dave Redfearn, L. C. Joines, James Guf-
hitchka was the setting of a bridal Gaskin. fey, S. W. Meredith, J. M. Griffin,
calling shower given' in honcr of I
Mrs. KaTrl Marshall, nee Mary Hostesses for this lovely affair Thomas Meriwether, Dallas Can-
Ellen Gay. Marshall, were: 'Mrs. Edward A. Bandjough, non, Thomas H. McDaniel,' Boyd
I Mrs. Sam L. Britt, Miss Doris Da- Borders, Martha Beard, Felton B.
The lounge was -beautifully dec. vis, Mrs. David Freeman, Mrs. Dave Smith, Lee Rodd, O'Neil McDaniel,
orated with floral arrangements of Gaskin, Mrs. Rudy Gasikin, Sr., George Y. Core, Letha Rester, M.
white gladioli and blue hydrangeas. Mrs. Rudy Gaskin, Jr., Mrs. C. R. G. Brock, A. C. Lanier, Haywood
The bride's table was most attrac- Laird, Mrs. Tom Leonard, Mrs. Wil- Borders, L. Frank Graddy, Jr., Troy
tive with silver candelabras and liam H. Linton, Mrs. .D. L. 'Owens, L. Gay, Martin Q. "Buddy" Gay,


I GIFTS THATHAIL THE MALE ON I
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SUNDAY, JUNE 18


MANHATTAN DRESS SHIRTS

For Father's Day and all the other
white dress shirt occasions in his busy
schedule give Dad a drawer-full of
shirts, in his favorite collar and cuff
styles.


WEMBLEY TIES
$1.50 to $2.50


MANHATTAN

MEN'S SUMMER PAJAMAS

Sturdy cotton broadcloths, wash and
wear fabrics, in woven patterns and
stripes. A welcome gift for any Dad!
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GOING TROPICAL


In A CURLEE SUIT

Here's a smart man! He's going
for comfort as well as good looks
. in our lightweight tropical
success-suit.


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Men and Boys Wear
Outfittera for Dads and Lads


C. Lister, William Roemer, Sr., R.
C. Maddox, John E. Hill, Fred
Greer, W. A. Frye, Arthur Jackson,
Roy Erwin, Jack Husband, Joe
Poole, Lawrence R. White, Jose-
phine N. White, Rosa Stevens,
John W. Jones, C. F. Hanlon, Chrias
tine Lewis, J. E. Pridgeon, James
F. Rish, Sr., Edward Gilbert, M.
W. Rogers, Emma Leach, R. R. Da-
vis, Ednie Rish, Roy P. ,Rish, Sr.,
Lawrence Bateman, Henry I. Rish,
Thomas B. Duke, P. F. McDaniel,
Charley Gaskin, B. C. Prince, G. S.
Croxton, Hugh H. Semmes, William
H. Shirley, Max W. Kilibourn, Coyt
Jordan, Miss 'Christine Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Marshall, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Phurrough, Mrs. Glad-
ys McCoy, Mrs. H. E. Rish and
Clay Lister Cox.


Square Dance

Set for Friday
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ed each queen with a G. A. charm
bracelet, a gift of the church.
Mrs. Walter Graham, G. A. direc-
tor, conducted -the -service and Mrs.
Archie Floyd, WMU- president, pre-
sented the awards and gave the
charges to the two queens.








Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Prid-
'geon, Jr., of 2111 Long Avenue an-
nounce the birth 'of a son, BerLard
Adolphus, IH on May 20.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Matlock
of Ovrestreet announce the birth
of a daughter, Edwina Lee on 'May
27.
.All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


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ten as they happily antificpate summer vacation while -practicing
for their closing exercises to be held tonight at the Centennial Build-
ing. They are shown playing on the "kid magnet", the old locomo-
tive .beside the Centennial Building. (Star .photo)


Hospital Auxiliary

Names Committee
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., Mrs. Rob-
rt Major 'and Mrs. William Wha-
ey compose the new :pick-up and
marking committee for 'the Hospi-
al Thrift Shop. These ladies will
all for your rummage at your
ome, or you may bring your ar-'
icles to the Thrift Shop on Thurs-
ay morning between 10:00 and
1:00.
The Auxiliary wishes to thank
Ed Woods for his generous contri-
ution of paper bags to the 'shop.

Science Class Tours

City Water Plant
'Mr. McInnis second and fifth iper-
od science class left on Tuesday
or the Port 'St. Joe city water treat-
ng .plant. When the class arrived at
he waterworks about 9:00 a.m.
hey were greeted ,by Fred Perry,
operator of the plant. He showed


-of Lo.s thelssa rndnd and explained how


The Po-Jo Twirlers -Square Dance ---T.-------.-.............U .1.0.- ....---
Club will h ave a dance Friday night Angeles, Calif., announce the birth the city water is purified. He said
at 8:00 p.m. at the Centennigal .of a son, Stbarr Parker, III on May the water comes from 'the Chipola
at 8:00 p.m. at the eteial 27. River down the canal and then to
Building. All club membres and vis- 'Mrs. Parker is the daughter of the purification plant.
itors are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fox of this Mr. Perry explained the different
Olub members are reminded f city, Iprocesses in the purficiation of .wa-
the Square Dance festival" whica 0---- ter. Af ter being showed around by
will be held in Pensacola. This will Tallahassee Visitor Mr. Perry, the group then returned
be held at the air-conditioned Mu- Miss Polly Shelley of Tallahas- to the school.
nicipal Auditorium June 23 and 24. i By BETTY HAMMOND
see ,was the week end guest of Miss. By BETTY i-AMMOND
They will be featuring Jerry Heit, Minerva McLane. and NORTON KILBOURN
Dot and Date Foster, Chuck Goo'-


'man and the Bar None Ranch Band.
There will be a whole week ond of
Square Dance reservations write or phone, Bob
and Doris Ropke, 129 .Cummings
Rd. Pensacola or phone 438-3315,
Pensacola.
'There -will also be big square
dance ,at the Municipal Auditorium
on July 4 in Panama City. The Po-
Jo Twirlers feel honored in being
invited to participate in the 'Square
Dance Fashion Show on this 'night.
The Po-Jo Twirlers were happy
to -have as their guest last Saturday
night, the "Promenader.s Square'
Dance 'Club" from Panama City. A
"dutch treat" supper was 'held af-
t e r war d at Frank's Barbecue
Ranch.


Mrs. W. S. Smith

Hostess to J.A.M.

Mrs. W. S. Smith was hostess on
Thursday evening to members of
the J. A. M. Club, in 'her home on
Woodward Ave.
On the arrival of the guests they
were served a buffet dinner of fried
chicken, potato salad, squash souf-
fle, harvard beets, olives, hot bis-
cuits, .butter, cream cheese pie, cof-
fee and ice tea.
Mrs. Florrie -Connell offered the
'prayer 'before the meal.
After the-guests had satisfied
their appetites, everyone had -an
enjoyable evening visiting and re-.
miniscing of days long gone by.
The J. A. M. Club is very exclu-
sive and is 'among, if not, the oldest
social club in Port 'St. Jobe having
been founded in the early 30s.
Due to the 'busy schedule of some
of the members, the club doesn't
-meet with much regularity but each
meeting is a most enjoyable affair.
Those .present were, Mrs. Eula
Pridgeon, Mrs. Gladys Boyer, Mrs.
Rubye Pridgeon, Mrs. Eliza Law-
son, Mrs. Florrie Connell, Mrs. Cal-
la Perritt, Mrs. Verna Smith 'and
Miss Edna Davis. Several other la-
dies in town are members but were
unable to be present.

CARD OF THANKS I
We wish to thank the many peo-
ple of Port St. Joe who were so
kind and considerate at the recent
death of our father, James Henry
Scott of Apalachicola. May God s
bless you for your kindness.
MRS. E. 'F. GUNN
MRS. EARL CREEL

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Danny Peak was honored on his
second birthday, May 23 at 2:3,0.
Games were .played 'and refresh-
ments of cake, ice cream and cook-
ies were served to the following
guests: Mark and Tim:my Lyles,
Charles and Tommy Branch, Don-
ald Wilson, Bibbie Joe Lee, Bo and
Jimmy Hayes, Sarah Jane, Betty
Sue and Rickey Armstrong, Gloria
June and Rickey Douglas, Brenda
Skipper, Phil .Furney, Rickey Clark
and Ann and Eddie Peak.
Attends Graduation
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. 'Martin ana
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith 'attended
the graduation of W. L. Smith, Jr.,
from Mississippi State College this
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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-claws matter, December 19, 1987, at the Pootoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADMBANCE '
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions In adveftlsements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for -och
advertisement.


The spoken word ir given wsant attel
weigheT The spoken word barely asserts
"'he spoken word is lost; the printed wo


Coleman W. Thorpe,

Scholarship by Sout

TALLAHASSEE Fifty- eight
'high school and junior college stu-
dents selected for their intellectual


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Among those graduating with
High Honors from the University of
Florida, Monday morning, June 5,
will be one of our local young wom-
en, Mrs. James E. (Virginia
Swatts) Harrison, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Swatts.
Since entering the University,
Mrs. Harrison 'has been the recip-
ient of many honors, the most re-
cent being her election to Phi Kap-


pa Phi, Scholastic Honor Society,
tlon; the printed word Is thoughtfully into which she is to be initiated
; the printed word thoroughly convinoes.
rd .emaans. Saturday afternoon of this week.
She was recently initiated into
Kappa Delta Pi, Education Honor-
Jr. Selected For ary and Professional Fraternity
and is a member of Beta Phi Eta,
hern Foundation National .Speech Arts Fraternity for
ernh uf tio~n Women, in. which she holds the of-
fice of secretary. She is also secre-
attainments, good character .and .tary of Student Florida Education
financial need have been awarded Association, has been a member of
scholarships at Florida 'State Uni- Florida Choral Union, has appeared
versity by the Southerin Scholarship on TV several times with a select
and Research Foundation. 'Speech Choral Union, has appeared
on TV several times with a select
The students will live rent-free speech Choral Group. Following


in several dormitories operated by
the Foundation and will be able to
help out with other living expenses
by sharing cooking and household
chores 'while they attend the uni-
versity.
Selected for a scholarship next
fall from Port St. Joe was Coleman
W. Tharpe, Jr., who will study
math.
'K

Judith Fensom

Graduated

COLUMBIA, MO-Miss Judith
Bland Fensom of Port St. Joe,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S.
Fensom, is a candidate for an As-
sociate in Arts degree from Ste-
phens College. Commencement ex-
lercises for the 128th graduating
class at Stephens College will be
held Monday, May 29, -at 8:30 a.m.
Degrees will be conferred on ap-
proximately 600 candidates.
The three day Commencement
week end program begins Friday,
May 26, with the annual Honors
Convocation at 10:00 a.m. 'Obher
Friday events include a student
art exhibit, an aquatic demonstra
tion 'at 3:00.p..m. at the Stephens'
Lake, and the annual commence-
ment horse show 'at 7:30 p.m. in the
Stephens Arena.- The first of two
commencement ,balls will 'be he!d
'Friday night with fathers of grad-
uating seniors as escorts for the
occasion.


audition for the Library of Con-
gress, sh ewas selected to record
for the blind.
Majoring in Education and Eng-
lish and minoring in Speech and
Journalism, Mrs. Harrison has four
times received from *the president
of tnle University, a Certificate of
Recognition for outstanding schol-
astic achievement, 'and will -have
the distinction of graudating with
the highest grades of any student
in the College of Education.

Mrs. Harrison has :been accepted
by the graduate .school of the Col-
Igee of Arts and Sciences'for work
on a Master of Arts in Teaching
degree next year. As a part of her
training, she will teach literature
course for the Department of Eng-
lish.

Highland View

R. A.'s Meet

1The T,,io Roynval A'mbassadonrs


A Girl's Auxiliary Coronation
Service was held in he First Bap-
tist Churob, May 21 at 8:00 p.m.
The theme, "Lead On, 0 K:'; Eter-
nal", was placed high above a giant
size crown which was played in
the center of the choir loft. Two
baskets of white and ye.!ow '-iania.
-v+re ,placed on each side of it with
arches of candles, behind he ?low-
e's.
Miss Elizabeth Provence of New
Orleans, La., .presided and present-
ed the charges to the girls. Fred
Scott of New York, N. Y., sang.
Mrs. Mildred Montgomery served
as organist. L3rry Rogers Davis
heralded the Queen'.s arrival wi-.
the trumpet.
Fran Gunn, Linda Cox, Sandra
Baxley and Carolyn Carr were
crowned Queens in Girl's Auxiliary.
Their crown bearers were Jacque
Hammock, Fran Ellis, Sarah Claire
Herring and Jennifer Smith.
Elaine Sherrilt was recognized
as a princess and Charlotte Mad-
dox and Imajean Allen as ladies-in.
waiting.
There were 13 Maidens: Diane
Tripp, Jan Fleming, Linda Dykes,
Su eAnn Aline, Dianne Maddox,
Donna Maddox, Ellen Tharpe, Pol-
ly Sue Pyle, Pam -Holand, Jennifer
Stafford, Bonnie Morris, Elaine
Blackburn and Hannah Gaskin.
The WMU .presented each girl
with a charm for her G. A. bracelet.
The crown bearers presented crown
charms to their Queens.
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Huie In Operation

Exercise Green Lite

CALIFORNIA (FHTNC)--Sammy.
J. Huie, seaman, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin P. Huie of Port
St. Joe, is serving aboard the des-
troyer USS Parsons participating
in Phase III of "Exercise Green
Light" off the 9oast of California.
Schedule dfrom May 8 to June 8,
this phase of the exercise involves.
Navy and Marine Corps undersea,


of the Highland View Baptist surface, air and ground forces, sup-
Church met Wednesday night. The ported byminesweepers of the Roy-
chapter was called to order iby the al Canadian Navy.
-newly elected Ambaseador-in-chief, Highlight of the operation will be,
Larry ,Richter. The meeting was op- a large scale amphibious landing
ended 'with chain prayer with Coun- by the First Marine Division in the
seller Wallace Guillot. opening the Pendleton, .Calif., area. The
sprayer andllcounsellor Henryg Mil, iand.ig force will be supported by
prayer and Counsellor Henry i anemphibious task force and air-
ler closing. Minutes of the last p o task force and air-
meeting .were read by Chapter Re- caft
corder, Mike Powell. Two new mem-
'bere were taken into the chapter. 'Lewis 'Rogers Serving
The .meeting was closed with a With 'Navy 'in 'New Jersey
prayer by Ray Peterson.


McGUItliR AFB, IN. J. LOewis H.
'Rogers, airman prentice, USN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rogers
of Port St. Joe, is serving with Na-
val Air Transport Squadron Six at
McGuire Air Force Base, Trenton,
N. J.
The squadron is part of the At-
lantic Naval Transport Wing, the
Inew naval component of Eastern
Transport Air Force of the Military
Air Transport Service (MATS).

Send '"he Star To A Friend


Long Avenue G. A.'s Make Steps In Rank In Ceremony
Pictured 'above are nine girls of the Long Avenue Baptist 'Church -who participated in a Girl's Aux-
iliary presentation service held on May 16 at the church at a Mother-Daughter Banquet. Girls advanc-
ing to the rank of Maidens were Jeanine Britt, Jennifer Braxton, Shelly Ramsey, Dale Jackson, Becky
Boone, Vicky Fowler, Kathy Boone, Linda Rycroft and advancing to the rank of Lady in Waiting
was Becky Hendrix. (reading left to right). (Star photo)


Agents Attend

Conference

0. M. Tawylor, agent and C. B.
Grief, Jr., supt. and wives left this
week to attend Gulf Life Insurance
Company Golden Anniversary Con-
vention at Miami Beach. The Con-
vention is sponsored by the Com-
pany for the leaders of service and
sales.
The 'sales and service record
achieved by Taylor and Greif put
them in a special leaders group
which will convene one day' prior
to the regular convention.
Mr. Taylor also qualified for the
Million Dollar Club ,with 'the com.
pay. i i
The Port St. Joe group of local
representatives: 0. iM. Taylor, Port'
St. Joe, V. U. Wright, Apalachicola,
C. F. Walker, Cararbelle, A. L. Hill
(now supt. in, Palatka) and 0. B.
Greif, led the stare of Florida in
sales and service during 1960 and
were one of two groups of men to
'qualify' for the company's highest
honor. All of these men and heir
wives will be at the convention.
Supt. Greif is ,to appear in a su-
pervisiors panel to discuss and give
his ideas on the importance of ser-
vice and the fitting of needs for the
family through life insurance.

Return from Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Marshall- re-
turned home last Thursday after a
three-week vacation spent visiting
in Denver, Colo., with Mr. and
Mrs. Art Phurrough and Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Best. They also visited
Mrs. Marshall's mother, Mrs. H. P.
Ivey in Mobile, Ala.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St Joe, Florida
By The Star Publisrhing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BAuL 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Poetoffice, PorCSt. Joe,
Florida, uader Act of March 8, 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
welghe. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains ,


Coleman W. Tharpe, Jr. Selected For

Scholarship by Southern Foundation


TALLAHASSEE Fifty-eight
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attainments, good character and tary of Student .Florida Education
financial need have been awarded Association, has been a member of
scholarships at Florida 'State Uni- Florida Choral Union, has appeared
versity 'by the Southerin-Scholarship on TV several times with a select
and Research Foundation. Speech Choral Union, has appeared
on TV several times -with a select
The students will live rent-free Speech Choral Group. Following
in several dormitories operated by audition for the Library of Con-
the Foundation and will be able to gross, sh ewas selected to record
help out with other living expenses for the blind.
by sharing cooking 'and household Majoring in Education and Eng-
chores -while they attend the uni- lish and minoring in Speech and
versity. Journalism, Mrs. Harrison has four
Selected for a scholarship next times received from the president
fall from Port St. Joe was Coleman of t' e University, a Certificate of
W. Tharpe, Jr., who will study Recognition for outstanding schol-
math. astic achievement, and will have
______ _____ the distinction of graudating with
Sthe highest grades of any student
Judith Fensom in the College of Education.
Mrs. Harrison has been accepted
Graduated :by the graduate school of the Col-
SuIgee of Arts and Sciences 'for work
on a Master of Arts in Teaching
COLUMBIA, MO-Miss Judith degree next year. As a part of her
Bland Fensom of Port St. Joe, training, she will teach literature
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. course for the Department of Eng-
Fensom, is 'a candidate for an As- lish.
sociate in Arts degree from 'Ste- r
phens College. Commencement ex-Hi I Vie
ercises for the 128-th graduating an V
Snlass at S+te nl.JUllp ffnA i ,


held Monday, May 29, at 8:30 a.m.
Degrees will .be conferred, on ap-
proximately 600 candidates.
The three day Commencement
week end program 'begins Friday,
May 26, with the annual Honors
Convocation at 10:00 a.m. Other
Friday events include a student
art exhibit, an aquatic demonstra
tion at 3:00 p.m. at the Stephens'
Lake, and the annual commence-
ment horse show 'at 7:30 p.m. in the
Stephens Arena. The first of two
commencement balls will 'be held
Friday night with fathers of grad-
Suating seniors as escorts for the
occasion.


R.A.'s Meet

The Junior Royal Ambassadors
of the Highland View Baptist
Church met Wednesday night. The
chapter was called to order ,by the
newly elected Am'bassador-in-chief,


Receives Honors

Among those graduating -with
High Honors from the University of
Florida, Monday 'morning, June 5,
will be one of our local young wom-
en, Mrs. James E. (Virginia
Swatts) Harrison, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Swatts.
Since entering the University,
Mrs. Harrison has been the recip-
ient of many honors, the most re-
cent being her election to Phi Kap-
pa Phi, Scholastic Honor Society,
into which she is to 'be initiated
Saturday afternoon of this week.
She was recently initiated, into
Kappa Delta Pi, .Education Honor-
ary and Professional Fraternity
and Is a member of Beta Phi Eta,
National .Speech Arts Fraternity for
Women, in' which she holds the -of-
fice of secretary. She is also secre-


Larry Rhter. The meettg was op-a large scale amphibious landing
ened 'with chain prayer with Coun- by the First Marine Division in the
enedwith chain prayer with Coun- Pendleton, Calif., aa. The

prayer ,and Counsellor Henry Mil, landing -force will, besupported 'by
ler closing. Minutes of the last- an ephibous task force and air-
meeting .were read by Chapter Re- craft.
border, Mike Powell. Two new mem- r
'bers were taken into the chapter. Lewis 'Rogers Serving
The meeting was closed with a With 'Navy 'In New Jersey
prayer by Ray Peterson.


SMcGiUIRli AFB', N. J. LJewis H1.
'Rogers, airman prentice, USN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rogers
of Port St. Joe, is serving with Na-
val Air Transport Squadron Six at
McGuire Air Force Base, Trenton,
N. J.
The .squadron is part of the At-
lantic Naval Transport Wing, the
Inew naval component of Eastern
Transport Air Force of the Military
Air Transport Service (MATS).
he To A Frend
Send 'he Star To A Friend


G. A. Coronation

Ceremony Held

A Girl's Auxiliary Coronation
Service was held in he First Bap-
tist Churoi, May 21 at 8:00 p.m.
The theme, "Lead 'On, 0 Ki.i:; Eter-
nal", was placed high above a giant
size crown which was planed in
the center of the choir loft. Two
baskets of white and ye:low "namis
.wre ,placed on each side of it with
arches of candles behind ;e :low-
e's.
Miss Elizabeth Provence of New
Orleans, La., .presided and present-
ed the charges to the girls. Fred
Scott of New York, N. Y., sang.
Mrs. 'Mildred Montgomery served
as organist. Darry Rogers Davis
heralded the Queen's arrival wi-h
the trumpet.
Fran Gunn, Linda Cox, Sandra
Baxley 'and Carolyn Carr were
crowned Queens in Girl's Auxiliary.
Their crown bearers were Jacque
Hammock, Fran Ellis, 'Sarah Claire
Herring and Jennifer Smith.
Elaine Sherrill was recognized
as a princess and Charlotte Mad-
dox and Imajean Allen as ladies-in.
waiting.
There were 13 Maidens: Diane
Tripp, Jan Fleming, Linda Dykes,
Su eAnn Aline, Dianne Maddox,
Donna Maddox, Ellen Tharpe, Pol-
ly Sue Pyle, Pam Holand, Jennifer
Stafford, Bonnie Morris, Elaine
Blackburn and Hannah Gaskin.
The WMU presented each girl
with a charm for her G. A. bracelet.
The crown bearers presented crown
charms to their Queens.


Huie In Operation

Exercise Green Lite

CALIFORNIA (FHTNC)---Sammy.
J. Huie, seaman, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin P. Huie of Port
St. Joe, is serving aboard the des-
troyer USS Parsons .participating
in Phase III of "Exercise Green
Light" off the Coast of California.
Schedule dfrom May 8 to June 8,
this phase of the exercise involves
Navy and Marine Corps undersea,
surface, air and ground forces, sup-
ported by minesweepers of the Roy-
al Canadian Navy.
Highlight of the operation will be'


Agents Attend

Conference.

0. M. Tawylor, agent and C. B.
Grief, Jr., supt. and wives left this
week 'to attend Gulf Life Insurance
Company Golden Anniversary Con-
vention at Miami Beach. The Con-
vention is sponsored by the Com-
pany for the leaders of service and
sales.
The sales and service record
achieved by Taylor and Greif put
them in a special leaders group
which will convene one day' prior
to the regular convention.
Mr. Taylor also qualified for the
Million Dollar 'Club with the corn
pany. t .
The Port St. Joe group of local
representatives: 0. M. Taylor, Port'
St. Joe, V. U.-Wright, Apalachicola,
C. F. Walker, Cararbelle, A. L. Hill
(now supt. in, Palatka) and 0. B.
Greif, led ihe stare of Florida in
sales and service during 1960 and
were one of two groups of men to
qualify for the company's 'highest
honor. All of these men and their-
wives twill be at 'the convention.
Supt. Greif is ,to appear in a *su-
pervisiors panel 'to discuss and give-
his ideas on the importance of ser-
vice and the fitting of needs for the
family through life Insurance.

Return from Vacation
iMr. and Mrs. Karl Marshall -re-
turned home last Thursday after a
three-week vacation spent visiting
in Denver, Colo., with Mr. and
Mrs. Art Phurrough and Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Best. They also visited
Mrs. Marshall's mother, Mrs. H. P.
Ivey in Mobile, Ala.


THE STAR, Port St Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, JUNE 1,


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Monument and Constitution

REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a. ~t
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .-- 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.



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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGElISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


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Long Avenue G. A.'s Make Steps In 'Rank In Ceremony
Pictured -above are nine girls of the Long Avenue Baptist Church -who participated in a Girl's Aux-
iliary presentation service held on May 16 at the church at a Mother-Daughter Banquet. Girls advanc-
ing to the rank of Maidens were Jeanine Britt, Jennifer Braxton, Shelly Ramsey, Dale Jackson, Becky
Boone, Vicky Fowler, Kathy Boone, Linda 'Rycroft and advancing to the rank of Lady in Waiting
was Becky Hendrix. (reading left to right). (Star photo)








fdreol thaf th lneed-coat of this srab.
.Beware ofPoisonous Plants In Gardens, eye pea is hard and impervious to
moisture. Uncracked, the seed can
They Can Prove FV atal to Children be swallowed without danger. But
one seed 'thoroughly chewed brings
sure death.
By HERVEY SHARPE about the yard. It's one way for This spring lantana has been
Fla. Ag. Extension Service children to learn about their en- blamed for -the death of one child,
Danger lurks in nearly every gar- vironment, 'they say. the illness of two others, and a
den. So, beware of poisonous Yet, some plants the child may skin injury to a fourth. The death
plats. One fatality and -a rash of taste are as deadly as a rattle- was attributed to eating lantana
-. __ .. .,1 snake's fangs. berries.


critcially 111 children is he record.
for Florida this spring. I A light snack of Gloriosa telimb-
bOraamental plants are the worst ing lily) tuboers has caused death
offenders. in four hours. One tiny rotary -pea
Many parents believe in letting with its scarlet jacket and jet black
infants make "oral explorations" tip is a lethal dose. Lucky for chil-


Botanist Erdman West with the
Florida Agricultural Experiment
Stations believes this is the first
rceord of human poisoning associat-
ad with lantana plants.


Pate's Shell Service

PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


I4oWever, ItL has .been kfown for' iIp and Mi., Johnnie Mae -e1Ic0io.
years that lantana can poison cat- ski. Those sending gifts :but unable
tie. An alkaloid called lantanine is to attend were: Mrs. Paul Farmer,
the killer. Mrs Dottie entry ,Mrs. Dott Zea-


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Doris Young, Mrs. A. L. Williams,
Mrs. Carol Land, Mrs. Myrtle Wil-
liams, Mrs. W. B. Dykes, Mrs. Bet-
ty Heath, Mrs. Mae Deese, Mrs. W.
C. Wilson, Mrs. J. B. Porter, Mrs.
Faye Gardner, Mrs. Fred Spiker,
Mrs. Benny Corbin, Mrs. Allen Nor-


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THE 8tAR, Port St. Joe, FIl.


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THURSDAY, JUNi 1, 1961


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A newshopping


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Shopping at Carp's is a
family affair .. we've been
catering to every member of
the family for years and
years. Carp's has only the
finest merchandise obtain-
able to sell at the lowest
possible prices. You'll find a
complete line of shoes and
ready to wear for all ages,
sizes and shapes you'll
be treated to lots of Carp's
real friendly service, too.
Watch for the grand open-
ing date it won't be
long now!


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Touching crushed lantana leaves
is known to cause a skin reaction.
One child made a rushed trip to
the hospital after playing by a
clump of lantana plants. The ex-
posed skin was marked with white
splotches and reddish areas.
LanLana' grows throughout the
state. In South Florida native .spe-
cies bloom and fruit all year. Re-
lated varieties are grown in nor,
thernm 1 lorida as ornamental plants.
Lantana is .a shrub from three to
five -feet ,tall. The flowers are dis-
played in disk-like clusters on long
stalks. Individual flowers have four
lobes and are tubular in the lower
part. They may .be creamy white,
yellow, pink, orange, or .scarlet.
The stems are bluntly square,
green or 'brown, and may be armed
with weak, sharp -spines. Leaves
are in pairs or whorls of three.
Lantana berries are green to blue
or black, nearly one-fourth inch in
diameter, and contain one bony
seed.
One leaf of the oleander is re-
ported toxic enough 'to kill an
adult. Children have ;been made ill
by carrying oleander flo w ers
around in their mouths while at
play.
A number 'of individuals have suf-
'fered serious poisoning after eating
frankfurters roasted on oleander
stems. Inhaling smoke from olean-
der stems is another way to get
deathly sick.
Children playing with pokeweed
use its purple berries to make
"play ink" or as "war paint". They
are safe until one youngster sug-
gests sampling -the berries. Cases
of jimsonweed poisoning ha,-a been
reported in Florida after ehildrne
ate its fruit or sucked on the flow-
ers.
So far as 'known .the ligustrum
has a good record in Florida, but
in Europe a number of children
have died from eating the fruit of
this glossy privet. The hydrangea
has at least one .mark against its
name as a poisonous plant.
'Most ornamentals are 'harmless,
but to be safe, enjoy their beauty
but not their taste. It's a good idea
to teach children to avoid putting
anything in their mouths except
food.
E en crawlers in play pens may
reach but betweefi the bars and pull
in anything within reach. Grass anid
'most lawn weeds are harmless, but
poisonous mushrooms m ay .be
'growing within reach. Before lea"-
hig a toddler 'alone in the yard, be
sure he's not 'among killer plants.
For additional information, ask
your county agent for bulletin 175,
"Poisonout Plants Around t he
Home."

NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By HELEN BROOME

Honored With Party
A surprise birthday ,party was
given in honor of Rev. Asa Williams
Wednesday night at the Assembly
of God Church. Refreshments were
served to the 'following guests:
John Odum and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Yeager and -son, Cal-
vin Owens, Rev. .and Mrs. T. C.
Earnest, Frank Low, Mr. and Mrs.
Rhames, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Gardner, Norma Jane Sharrum, Flo-
ra and Gloria Burkette, Jo'hnnie
Kilbourn, Jan and Karen Stripling,
Jimmy Yates and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Harper and Desda, Mr.
and Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mr. and Mrs.
'Carlos Miles, Mrs. Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Brant and -children, Mr. and Mrs.
Benny Corbin and children, Mrs.
Harvie Kennedy, Mrs. Sue Audrey,
Dennis, 'Mrs. Vallie Kennedy, Mr.
ynd Mrs. Dennis Norris, Mrs. Ella
Norris, IMrs. Jean Shoots, Mrs.
Christine Worley, Mrs. Preston
Gibbs arid son Travis, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Leavell and sn, Mr. and Mrs.
Everette MoFarland, 'Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Ard, Mr. and Mrs. James
Young, Ed Young, /Mrs. W. C. Wil-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Anderson
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hoke
Glass and children, Mr. 'and Mrs.
Henry Butts and children and the
honoree, Rev. Asa Williams.

Honored With Stork Shower
A stork shower was given Friday
night, May 26 at 8:00 p.m. in the
home of Mrs. Johnnie Mae Zeli-
ohowski in the honor of Mrs. Ver-
lon Norris. Several games were
played with prizes going to iMrs.
Cor.ben, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Fay
Gardner. Then refreshments of
punch, deviled eggs, sandwiches,
.potato chips and cookies were ser-
ved to the following guests: Mrs.


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lor, Mrs. Ed Woods, Catherine Ken- [
nedy, Dorothy Leavin's, Mrs. L. C.'
Davis, Mrs. Ruby Haskins, Granny
Kennedy, Mrs. Agnes Kennedy and
Mrs. Dot Pate.
4:. .
'Mrs. Johnnie Mae Zelichowski
motored to Wewahitchka Monday
on business.
Rev. Allen Norris :motored to Ap-
alachicola Tuesday on business.
Mr. and 'Mrs. James Broome and
children spent the week end in Mar-
ianna visiting with Mr. Broome's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
Broome.
Mrs. Harry Pyrtzel and Miss Eve-
lyn Shealy -of Pensacola were the
week end guests of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Shealy.
Mr. and /Mrs. Edwin Haskin and
daughter Peggy motored to Panam'a
City Saturday on .business.
Mr. and Mrs. Zelichowski and
.children motored to Panama City
Saturday on business.
Rev. and Mrs. Allen Norris were
called out of town Wednesday due
to the death of 'his great aunt, Mrs.
Ida Douglas.
Mrs. Bobby Stewart and .boys of
Donalsonville, Ga., are visitors of
Mrs. Vallie Kennedy and Mavis.
They .are here to attend 'Mavis'
graduation.
Mrs. Eula Mae Tyndall and son,
Charles are visitors of her sister
and 'family, Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge
Kennedy and sons.
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Preston
Gibbs and Travis, were her sister
and a friend, Lynette Ramer and
Linda McLemore.
We regret to lose Mr. and Mrs.
Preston Gibbs land Travis from our
community. They are moving to
Panama City.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred .Spiker and
son, Terry motored to Panama City
'Saturday on business.
Mrs. Mary Ann Browning and
children of Vavenport are visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ev-
erette McFarland. She will also at-
tend the graduation of her brother,
Patrick McFarland.,

Tennessee Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norton and
children of Calhoun, Tenn., and Mr.
and. Mrs. Oakland Ard of Jay at-
tended the 'graduation of their ibro-
ther, Tom 'Watts, Jr., from the Port
St. JOe High School'.


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Thursday) -----. 7:45 P.M.
Sunday-School --- 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship -----------11,-00 A.M.
Evening Worship .--- 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor




Oak Grove Assembly of God Church

CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
MORNING. WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:45 P.M.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ......---. 7:5 P.M.


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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 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"




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) .- 7:30 p.m.
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Reaches 90 and Still Going Strong
Mrs. Nancy Roan (right) of Apalachicola is shown as she was
honored recently on her 90th birthday 'with a party at her 'home.
Pictured with Mrs. Roan is her daughter, Mrs. Otto Anderson, of


'Port iSt. Joe.


,(photo by Fite)


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1961


Minutes c
County Con
WEWAHITCH K
'MAY 23,
The Board of C
sioners of Gulf Coun
this date with the
hers present: E. C
Chairman, A. J. S
Kennedy, Neva S.
James H. Greer. The
Attorney, Road Su]
gineer and Civil Di
were also present.
The meeting cam
6:30 p.m.
Rev. W. A. Frye, o
ing with prayer.
COommissioners Ja
and NIexa S. Crox
their commissions
15 and May 9, resi]
were sworn iby the
duly seated.
R. H. Ellzey, Pr
Port 'St. Joe Junio
Commerce appeared
Board and discussed
of redistricting the
ing to the population
ed 'maps showing
boundary lines 'und'
gested .by the Port
Chamber 'of Comme
census of population:
as published by the
Census and a .propose
redistrict the Count
said plan and then


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Rivercade Draws

Many BOaWS
L' ,I Sat-urday and Sunday, the
Apalachicola Boat Club staged its
1in0t1 Annual Rivercede from hel
Ciiattahoochee boat launching) unirm
Basin 'and returning to starting
point-a 220 mile round trip crui._,.
Ai,.,ung the large fleet of boa s
wir- represented the latest in de-
i.i- f various makes of 'both
Sijf'.a and motors. The boats of
vario'i,-; shapes, sizes, and colors,
as:-eii-l.led in Apalachicola Yacht
PI E.in were truly a masterful dis-
play,' :,f marine artistry and me-1
chiii:ial skill, mostly speedsters,
,:'ne capable of better than 60
iill per 'hour. Hailing from sev-
.lai states, 16 boat clubs were rep-
r-ii'.ted. Also ,many independent
l,.,ai.: joined in.
A, 1 .-ing in Apalachicola, the mul-
tiiud' of .Rivercaders were served
a po.-iuc style seafood dinner. At
111.1 .m. the Apalachicola Lions
i'lui joined in the merry-making
,iii "Willie the Weatherman's
i', in. Trio", furnishing the music
Sh.i. 1, was excellent.
The highlight event of the River-
I: i,]f,-stivities was the crowning
':.f ti.- Rivercade Queen for 1961.
Trii- L'bsis of the selection was, the
._ a :.f a Boat Club member, no
ii 1.1, from where, :participating in
ili raise, 'who most typically ra-
diated the .spirit of the Rivercade.
This selection from a large num-
ber of qualifying contestants, tab-
-bed Mrs. David Melton of the
Blountstown 'Club. Mrs. :Melton, in
addition to a most striking River-
cader appearance, has made eight
out. of 10 -annual Rivercade runs
ma/d.e over the last 10 years. The
aueen wras given the Rivercade flaz


:f the 'his organization thought it neces- a regally designed crown was plac-
imission sary to have the County Commis- ed upon 'her head, and she was pre-
sioners carry out said plan by sented, by Apalachicola merchants,
k, FLORIDA adopting the resolution 'as present- with many beautiful presents.
1961 de-after lengthy discussion, there This 10th Annual Rivercade was
was a motion, by Commissioner
county Commis- Kennedy, seconded 'by Commission- proclaimed :by ,all, a grand and en-;
ity, 'Florida met er Strickland and unanimously car- joyable affair.
following mem- tried that a committee be appointed -.
Harden, Sr., to make *a study of the proposed
3trickland, Leo re-districting plan; that the .Com-
Croxton and mittee be composed of six members Board for the third time requesting
e Clerk, Sheriff, that each member of 'this Board -he County to purchase a validating
pt. County En- appoint Committeeman from his machine for the Tax Collectors Of-
efense Director district, and the Port St. Joe Jun- fice. After 'much discussion, Com-
ior :Chamber of Commerce appoint missioner Strickland made a mo-
ae to order at one Committeeman; -that the names tion that said machine be purchas-
of each committeeman be 'called to ed from the next fiscal year bud-
pened the meet- the Clerk of 'Circuit Court on or be- get, but this motion failed because
fore May .27,.961; that the Clerk of no second.
ames H. Greer then write 'each member of the The' Board directed the Clerk to
xton' presented. Committee .a letter informing him pay Columbus McKurham $15.00
signed on May as to the names of the entire com- per month from indigent funds.
E5ectively. They mittee .and request said -Co.mmittee Fred Hill discussed the possibili-
Clerk 'and then to meet as soon as possible and be- ty of the County draining a salt
gin their study in order that a re- grass pond near his home that is a
resident. of 'the commendation be made to this ljiosquito breeding area. He was di-
or .Chamber of Board at the June 27 meeting. rect.ed to discuss this problem with
3d before the W. D. S'rickland, representing th eCounty .mosquito control Super-
I the .possibility the Colonial Life and Accident In- visor.
County accord- surance Company asked that pay- The Clerk .was ordered to discon-
on. He present- roll deductions be authorized for tinue indigent .payments to Winnie
the proposed ,i grcup insurance plan that a num- Nunnery and Elizabeth Strength.
er a plan sug- ber of County employees have re- The Neal Lumber .and Manufac-
St. Joe Junior quested. After discussion, the Board turning Company ,presented the
erce; the 1960 authorized the Clerk to .make pay- County/ah easement for a strip of
n and housing roll deductions, providing the em- land on the Cut-off river and the
Bureau of the ,ployees sign the proper authoriza- River Road 'to be 'used as a recrea-
ed resolution to tion card. tional park. The Board duly accept-
y according -to Hon. H. 0. Pridgeon, County Tax ed the easement and ordered it re-
explained why Collector, appeared before the corded.
hCommissioner Croxton informed
the Board that J. J. Hill wanted to
-know when the County would pave
S th e30 foot street in front of his
Some. It .was announced that the
s. County has no funds for paving at
this time -and does not know when
any work 'of this type can be done.
The Board entered into a discus-
sion with refreence to the next. bud
get 'and instructed the -Clerk to in-
form all officials and Department
heads to file a 'written request for
their 1961-62 budget requirements
by June 5, 1961-upon motion of (
Commissioner Greer, seconded :by
Commissioner Croxton -and unani-
mously carried, that each County
Official or County employee that
has been authorized by the Board
to make 'purchases for their office
or department, be required to fill
out a ,purchase order in triplicate,
withh one copy going to the firm
the purchase is made from, one
_! -f copy for the Board and one copy
for the record of .the person making
^ >i- the purchase.
ir 'A letter from the City of Port St.
Joe requested funds collected for
the St. Joseph Fire control district.
i. i 4 .r The law provides that this .money
cannot 'be paid out except -upon re-
commendation by resolution from
the three County commissioners
from Districts 3, 4 and 5. These
-Commisisoners announced that a
r.p.. resolution would be presented at
-. L the next meeting.
A 0Copies 'of two resolutions adopted
4.70 -. by the Port St. Joe Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce were presented
.'. ;* to the Board, one requseting the
A1961 Legislature to name the over-
Ar-- -pass located on U. S. 98 in Port St.
:j'4Y ~ aJoe, the J. L. Sharit Overpass, and
the second resolution requesting the
Legislature to pass House Bill 1631,
a bill that would give the Incorpor-
ated Municipalities in Gulf County
ur size, the "Trim-Fit" by Norris is 80% of the 7th cent Gasoline Tax.
The Board announced that it had
usual for you. A sport shirt that's tap- already taken action as opposing
H. B. 1631 and that no action is ne-
7aist to give you that extra-neat, cuS- cessary at this 'time on the naming
ok. Choose yours from a wealth of of the verpass because proper Leg-
, patterns and styles and look fit! isolation has already been introduc-
ed to name the Overpass as ex.pres-
-sed in the resolution. The resolu-
7tions were ordered filed.
There 'being no further business,
Sthe meeting did then adjourn.
M W- ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
AVE. PHONE 227-2771 Clerk Chairman
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NEWS ROM T and Mri- Mae Creamer and daugh- her daughter, Mrs. .B. P. Canning-
Ster spent Sunday afternoon in Pan- ton.
Highland View ama City. .
ByBTYCE ME Friend.s of Mrs. Arthur Fant will
By BETTY CREAMER regret to learn she was admitted to NEW8 FROM
Mr. and Mrs. Sare Whtfeld the Municipal Hospital Tuesday.
Mr. and Mr. Srvie Whtfeld We wish for her a speedy recovery. Me jVco DB ach
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edenfeld ,Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Minger and By Mr& Betty Misler
visited the C. A. Griffin ,family Sun-
visited the C. A. Griffinfamily Sun- son spent the week end in West- Phone 648-3206
day. ville visiting their parents.
Jrs. Clinton Cox and Miss Mary Mr. and .Mrs. Brinson O'Brian and The Quincy Boat Club whose
Cox attended the graduation of son of Anniston, S. C., visited her commodore is W. B. McNeil, boated
Gene Cox at Toccoa Falls, Ga., parents,.-M.r. and Mrs. J. G. Her- leisurely down the Apalachicola
Monday. Gne accompanied themmer sey last week. River through Blountstown, Wewa-
mehitchka, Lake Wimico and landing
with -his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and at Port St. Joe about 6:00 p.m. Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. David Coley of sons of Parker spent Sunday -with urday were met and taken to the
Blountstown visited their daughter, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Governor Motel at Mexico Beach
Mrs. Ruby Gordon and family Sat- Griffin. where they were entertained and
urday. Mr. ai.d Mrs. B. A. Peters and later taken out to dinner. Other
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Fant of Win- Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Fant visited officers and members of the boat-
ter Haven visited -her sister, Mrs. relatives in ,Chipley Saturday. Iing party were: John Lewis Tay-
B. A. Peters during -the -week end. Mrs. Julia Burch and niece of j lor, vice-commodore, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons Blountstown visited Sunday with J. A. Williams, secretary and trea-


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INSURANCE


Is An Exacting Science, Too!


In i--"-~


Let's take an example. Do you know
that YOU can be SUEDI Someone may
have an accident on property you own
That someone can sue you, his claim can
WIPE YOU OUT unless you're pro-
perly insured


MAXIMUM COVERAGE

AT A MINIMUM COST


TITLE INSURANCE


LIABILITY INSURANCE


FIRE BONDS


Tomlinson Insurance Agency


403 Monument Avenue


Port St. Joe. Florida


guests of the Barney Early and
George Halland families of 'Mexico
Beach.
Graduates From Marion
Bill Chism, son of Mrs. Rush
Chism, graduated with honors last
Sunday from Marion Military Insti-
tute. Bill received the degree of
Associate of iScience.
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CHILDREN 255

Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Corner Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School __ 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11.00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv. 7:80 p.m. I
Wednesday -7:80 p.m.
Prayer Meeting


reviewing its 'own rate structure
and cost-to-serve studies are 'being
m ad a 'by consulting engineers
skilled in this subject. FPC will be
ready to present evidence based on
these studies. Claipp said, "We hope
the results of these studies will en-
able the Commission to consider
reductions in rates in 'all cases
where it is feasible."
The utility is expected to file a
-formal application with the Com-
mission during -the month of June
and in their notification of intent
they stated that a convenient -date
for the hearing would be shortly
after July 1.
*Cl'app pointed out that the sett-
ing of rates is a long and tedious
matter and therefore, all possible
I evidnece must .be presented to the
Commission for their examination
and questioning.

Boats Must Be

Registered
Attention. all boat owners in
Florida, the State Board of 'Conser-
vation draws attention to the fact
that any person having purchased
or is purchasing a .boat that has
been previously registered from


.another individual or dealer must turned Svndly after visiting *ra.
make application for transfer of Beasley's mother, Mrs. Preston
ownership. Williams, who is recovering from a


surer, Mr. aAi Mrn. Durwood 0w- w '
ens, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Caraway. PC is For
Guests of the club other than fam-
illes of the members were -Walter .at Reductions
Golbert and John Shaw Curry. e eUCTInS
The Quincy Boat Club is part of
the annual Rivercade from Chatta- Notice of intent to file for a for-
hoochee and after basking in the ,mal rate hearing before the Florida
sunshine 'of Mexico Beach Sunday Railroad and Public Utilities Comrn-
morning, departed from Port St. mission has been given to the Com-
Joe and up the river to return to mission by the Florida Power Cor-
Chattahoochee. portion.
44 .* In announcing this intention, W.
Miss Bebe Butler of Birmingham, j. Clapp, president of the utility
Alabama, is 'the guest of her, aunt |pointed out the only FPC rate hear-
and uncle. Pollye and Olen Hayes ing held before the Commission
of the Governor Motel this week. was in June, 1953, shortly after the
Miss Butler who is an Home Econ- C.ommission took jurisdiction .of
omics major at the University of electric utilities as .authorized by
Alabama, is also an accomplished the previous Legislature.
pianist and organist and is also ,Clapp emphasized that due to the
rated a beauty as she was a final- number of rates existing .and also
ist in the Junior Miss Alabama Tal- the composition of these rates, the
ent and Beauty Contest last year -Commission Staff thought consid-
With a ,background of modeling she I eration should be given to modifi-
also designed 'and made most of her cations, combinations and elimina-
gowns and sports clothes for the tion of certain rates, with -a view
event. to modernizing the rate structure
4 4: of the utility.
Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Hardin of It is understood 'that for .the past
Forest City, N. .C., were week end six months the company has been


BOYS!


It is pointed 'out that this appli-
cation must be made before July
1, 1961, so that 'the boat owner
can re-register his boat for the next
year.
Applications for transfer of ow-
nership 'may be obtained from any
local 'Conservation Agent or Tax
Collector in counties where 'the
owner lives, Agents or Tax .Collec-
tors will advise the necessary fees.
Applications after they are filled
ou ,will then ibe sent to the ,State
Board of Conserviation office 'in.
Tallahassee. The new transfer cer-
tificate .will 'be issued in the new
owner's name and mailed 'back to
them.
Boat owners are urged to attend
to this master so that they will not
be handicapped when the time
comes ) re-register their boats on
July 1, 1961.
-K
Return From Visit
Mrs. Nora Beasley and ,Mrs. Bill
Chestnut and daughter, Sandra re-I


PARENTS!


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Reasonable rates.


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P. 0. Box 526


Port St. Joe, Florida


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heart attack in 'St. Petersburg. Mrs.
Chestnut is Mrs. Beasley's daugh-
ter.
Visiting Daughter
Mrs. W. T. Moseley of Kershaw,
S. C., is visiting her daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parker.

ON THE RADIO
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DEVOTIONS
Monday thru Friday
9:05 A.M.
With Local Ministers of the
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,41 11,


PARTNERS in HEALTH
Both your Doctor and your Phar-i
macist are engaged In similar'
endeavors... to alleviate suffering
and work for better community-
health.
The small bottle which holds the
medicine prescribed often repre-
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the fruits of scientific research. We


d.ito1


FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-
ed apartbient,. downstairs. two!
.bedroom unfurnished -apattfliMet,
upstairs, water furnished. At 522
Third St..Phone 227-8642. tfc-5-25
FOR RENT: Two bedroom cottage,
furnished, on highway at St. Joe
Beach. $60.00 per month. Call 227-
8206. 2tp-5-25
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom -house
with .screened front porch. Water
furnished. $35.00 per mo. Phone 227-
3023 or 227-7851. Mrs. Shellhorse.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment,
furnished, with living room, kit-
chenette, dinette and 'bath. 2 bed-
Woom furnished apt. Living and
dineter kitchenete and bath. Ph.
227-5065. 4 .mluse South of Port St.
Joe on Florida 30. tfec-6-1
FOR SALE: Horse and saddle.
175. Phone 227-2572. tfc-6-1


__


I consider it a privilege to be a erms.
member of this health team for SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE 6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good
your welfare. 112 Monurment Ave. investment opportunity.
7-4051 Port St. Joe We Deliver 7. 320 acres of wfoodland, 'six
YOUR P7 1 t J WeISTl miles South. of Wewahitchka. Ap-
Look over these "cool" summer mpr South. of Wewahitc ka Ap-
bargains. This is all good merchan-proximateliy 300 acres planted in
Free Parking dise. Some onlyslightly used. 4-year ld pine ees.om home un-
Drive-In Window Service 1 only, 12-inh 2-speed oscillating nue. $500 down, payments o Cy, approxe
Table Fan, works .fine 12.49. maely $80.00 per month. FHA.
uzzett's Drug Store i only 21-inch 3-speed GE rolling m9. New there 8e bedroomnthome.un-
317 Williams Ave. Floor Fan, like new--- ...... 47.95 der construction on. Juniper Ave.
1 pnly 25-inch Restaurant-type $500 down, payments approximate-
Port St. Joe, Florida Eskimo edestal Fan, A real buy. npament roximate-
1 only 18-inch Hunter reversible 10. New three bedroom home un-
1 only 18nch Hun 27.50r reversible der construction on Juniper Ave.
Wionly 21inh Robbins & Mye 27.50 t500 down, payments approximately
CLASSIFIED ADS reversible Window .Fan 32.50 174.50 er mont h.FHAor anyone
1 only 20-inch Universal "Shovel- that can qualify.
Midget Investments With aire" Window Fan .....----------........... 22.50 E. TOM PRIDGEON
Giant R.M'r). These Fans Are All In Very Reg. Real Estate Broker
GnGood Condition .W. o Salesman WSCS
SThermo-Frost Picnic Bags, keep Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave.
foods cold or hot........--------$2.49 ea. With N
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or 1 only big white enameled steel FOR SALE: 1960 Rambler Ameri-
apartments. Finished or unfur- utility Cabinte, 66x24x15" __ 14.95 can Station Wagon, 2,300 actual
nshed. all 91901, Mrs. J. And Clean Baby Beds. Complete with miles. Like new. $1595. Will take Circle 1
nshoed. allc-10 9-1901, Mrs. J. Ander. springs and mattress, like new For 'older model car in on 'trade. Phone Methodist
son. tfc-10-6. only 17.95 to 24.95 227-5261. tfc-5-18 mtit
-- Fold-away ,sturdy Play Pens, meeting at
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished Screened Cribs. PEEPLE'S PAWN SHOP: "Buy, Kerrigan vw
. apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. Steel' Army surplus Single Bed sell or trade confidentially with visitor press
Phone 7-5771. tfc-12-29 with cotton mattress .---......-----..... 12.95 confidence". The ./1 it t le man's
Double decker steel Bunk 'Bed friend. 401 East Third St. Phone The mee
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. and I. S. Mattress. Like new. 227-341.- tfc-4-20 tional read
Call BAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far- Sturdy Strollers 3.95 and 4.95 and the sc
mer. fc-2-16 Lawn Mowers, car top carriers, FOR SALE: Cushman Husky mo- and the s
FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom 4.95 and 5.95 ea. 'tor scooter. Excellent condition. was read
house, unfurnished, at 910 Woml- Assorted Table Lamps. Most are See at Buzzett's Drug Store. 'Circle ,of
ward Ave. $45 mo. Available by new 1.00 up were anno
March 10. Call BAll 7-3661. tIc3-2 Also: Foot Locker, 8-ft. Step Lad- MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann- Robert Ke
der, good as .new. Electric Chicken Ing to move across town or Mrs. R. H
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- Fryers, Toasters, Waffle Irons, Cof- 'across country? Call us for free es- Mrs. Harr
ment for couple only. Call Mrs. fee Makers, Sewing Machines, Din- timnates. Representatives for May- ry
Morgan Jones. 227-7641. tfc-4-6 ette Sets, Chairs, Platform Rock- flower, experienced and qualified. 0. M. Tay
ers, 10x14, Sisal Rugs, Tables, SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Swatts, spi
FOR RENT: One, two and three Chests, Utility Carts, Stoves, Re- Mon. Ave., Phone 7-4051. .man and
*bedroom houses. Completely fur- frigerators, Washers and numerous
.nished by week or month. Prone other items. All real bargains. EPTIC TANKS pumpid out. Call cial relation
227-7771 or 648-4352. ttc-5-4 WE BUY and SELL.ANTIQUES Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Members
FOR RENT: Three bedroom unfur- k -xper servei Ptfe cle One is.
nished house. Completely redecor- FOR SALE: 45'x8' Richardson PAINT CONTRACTING tivities fo
ted at 522 31d St. hone 227-8642 f OR SAL 45'x8t R JAMES FLOYD 'meeting wi
ated at 5223rd St. hone 227-8642tfc automatic 2142 7th St. Highland View .Ivey Wili
washer. $2,995.00. Call Bill Richi vyWilia
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished at 229-1145. ttc-5-4
downstairs apartment. Redecorat- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
ed. Call ,Mrs. Hubert Brinson, no. WILL TAKE CARE-of children in 0. F.-Meets. second and fourth
227-5756. ltc1 mmy home. Call 227-3078. 3tc Thursdays, 8:_00 i.m. in American Garrison
FOR RENT: New .remodeled one FOR SALE: Three bderoom. ma- attend Hall. All members rgedto masonry ha
"bedroom apartment. Furnished. I sonry home. Hardwood floors, Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell ramic tile
One block from town. Mrs. Charles 'central heat and ducted for air Secretary: J. C. Martin. age. Onu 90
Browne. 305 6th St. or phone 227- conditioning. New window -ujit al- buy for 0o


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V MAIL COUPON NOW!
STORE NAME, STORE ADDRESS
P- .... ,. th.. he m P|sM* P.u1...l DOnMgyIR POWER
WORKSHOP AS ADVIRTSID# FOR ONLY $19.8. I uree to p.y 50
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I


ieBw 6Mi$i1edl 818 Marvin Ave>
Mineral nMcLane. 4tp-S'11
POft SALE: Three bedroom insulat-
ed'home at 171.0 Palm Blvd. 100'
z 151' lot, garbage disposal, TV an-
tenna, all blinds, living room drapes
included. Equity reduced. Immer-
late possession, call BAll 7-2311.
FOR SALE
1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico
Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot.
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile -bath.
Priced at only $10,975.00.
2. Large frame house, over 2,000
ft. of floor space on five acres of
land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,-
600.
3. 3,bedroom house, 1 bath, car-
port and utility room, on Marvin
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
assume balance of '$9,461.56 pay-
able at $70.00 per month.
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for
fish camps and retirement homes.
Terms arranged to suit you.
5. Lots to sale at St. Joe Beach.
1 block from water. Reasonable
tpm


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of water, mucus,
food, if present.
2. Tilt Head back to
open the air passage.
3. Hold Jaw in jutting-
out position.
4. Blow into mouth (and
nose, if victim is a
small child) until you
see the chest lift.


5. Remove your mouth;
listen for air return
from victim's lungs.
*. Repeat about 12 times
a minute for an adult,
4. about 20 times a
at: minute for a child.


This form of artificial respiration has al.
ready saved thousands of lives. Your gen-
erosity helps Red Cross find new ways to
save lives.


SGood things happen when you help! S


Circle Meets

Wrs. Kerrigan

of the WSGS of the First
'Church held their May
:the home of Mrs. Robert
with 11 members and one
sent. ,
ting opened with a devo-
img.by Mrs. W. D. Jones
criipture text, Psalm 46,
by Mrs. 0. M. Taylor.
ficera, for the new year
unced -as follows: Mrs.
rrl'gan, circle chairman;
. Brinson, co-chairman;
Adams, secretary; Mrs.
'lor, treasurer; Mrs. R.
ritual life program chair-
Mrs., H. T. Brinson, so-
ons..
were reminded that Cir-
in 'charge of church ac-
r June and 'the; next
11 be at the hblne of Mr9.
ims.

F6R SALE
Ave. Three bedroom,
ouse with oak floors, ce-
bath, breezeway and gar-
.ft. 'by 165 ft. lot. A real
nly $11,000. Pay $350.00.


down and balance on 'FHA loan.
Garrison Ave. Three bedroom .ma-
sonry house in excellent condition.
Buy owners equity and assume GI
mortgage with payments, of only
$60.00 per month.
Marvin Ave. Three bedrooms, liv-
ing room and Florida' room. Can
purchase owner's equity for only
$1,250.00 down and assume mort-
gage. .
McClellan ;Ave. New three bed-
room house to sell for only $10,20.0
White City. -Large three bedroom
masonry house with carport and
porch on 100 by 167 foot lot to sell
for .only $8,500.
FOR RENT
Two bedroom house in White
City. $40.00 per mo.
Two 'bedroom house on 7th St.
$45.00 per month..
Two bedroom apartment on
Woodward. $45.00 per month.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BAI: 7-3491 221 Reid Avo.
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 come
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first ano
third Thursdayv at 8:00 p.m.


JOSEPHC. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RIAI, Sec.
All Ma.ster Masons cordially invited
;.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
7orry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
ton. Phone 7-7501.
R. A. M.--Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All viilt-
Ing brothers' welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
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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


Drew B. Hall On Way

To Duty Aboard Ship

Drew B. Hall, Jr., Airman Appren-
tice, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Drew B.,
Hall, Sr., of 107 Second Street,
,Port St. Joe, is now stationed at 'the
U. S. Naval Receiving Station for
further -transfer to USS Randolph
(CVS-15).
Hall's :present station, command-
ed by Capt. W. A. Hunt, Jr.. USN,
is an intermediate Navy acthiity
which temporarily receives, shel-
ters, and provides for personnel re-
porting in. for transfer to ships or
shore stations in all parts of the
world, or .for separatio'i at the end
of their enlistment.
Hall is one of an average of 6,00.'
Navy men who pass through the Re-
ce'ving Station each month.

HIGHLAND VIEW WSCS
WILL MEET JUNE 8
The Woman's Society of Ohrist-
ian Service f. the. Highland View
Methodist Church will pld its reg-
ular monthly.meeting .on June 8,
at 7:30 p.m. in the. home 0of Mrs.
Mohea Barfield in Highlaind View.
It will be the first meeting of the
new year. All members are urged
to attend. All the women of the
church are invited 'to attend this
meeting.

Attend Funeral
- Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Collier at-
tended the funeral of"Mrs. Collier's
grandfather, J. F. Duggar in Apa-
lachicola last .Sunday.

Visit Parents
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Stansbury and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Chance of Atlanta are visiting the
parents ,of Mrs. Stansbury and
Mrs. Chance, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Ferrell. '

'ATTEND GRAND YORK
RITE CONVOCATION
John Dickey and Everette Mc-
Farland recently attneded the
Grand York Rite as delegates of
Royal Arch Masons from .St. Jo-
seph Chapter, No. 56.
The Convocation was held in Fort
Myers on May 14-17.
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Social Security

Coverage Data


With summer just around the
corner, and vacations soon to start,
many ,people will' be coming to this
area to enjoy the pleasures 'avail-
able here. Each year at this .time,
seasonal businesses .are being open-
ed and other year round businesses
are employing additional workers
to help serve the vacationists and
make their stay more enjoyable.
This means that many employers,
who have not previously been re-
quired to report, will be reporting
employees for the first time under
the Social Security Law.
Each employer with one or more
employees in covered employment
is required to -make a wage report
land pay the Social Security tax to
the Director of Internal Revenue.
The employer withholds from the
i employee 3% of wages paid, and
the employer contributes, 3%, mak-
ing a total tax contribution of 6%.
IA quarterly wage report is made
by .the employer covering the three
month period ending March 31,
June 30, September 30, and Decem-
ber 31. These reports must show
the name of the worker and his
'Social Security account number.
Otherwise, the earnings might notI


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,be projitery credited to the work.-
er's Social Security account. After
,processing by their iiteinal Revenue
Service, the wage reports are for-
warded to the Old-Age and Survi-
vors Insurance Accounting Office,
Baltimore, Maryland, where the in-
dividual amounts are posted to the
worker's Social Security account.
The earnings credited to the work-
er's account determines whether
benefits are payable to the worker
or his family; they also determine
the' amount of ,benefit payable in
the event of disability, death, or at
time of retirement.
Since it is 'the responsibility of
the employer to make a complete
and accurate report -of wages paid
to -each ,worker, a record should
be kept showing the name of the
worker, Social Security number,


HALL'S LAUNDRY and CLEANERS
107 Second Street Phone 227-5996


ST. JOE HARDWARE COMPANY
Port St. Joe, Florida


and wages paid for the quarter.
These rul'ea If followed, will fut
nish the needed -information when
the report Comes due;
1. Require each emildyee td fur-
nish his Social Security account
number at the time he goes to
work.
2. Copy the employee's name and
Social .Security number exactly as
shown on the Social Security ac-
count number card for record and
report purposes. Otherwise, an in-
correct number or .name may be
furnished.
The Social Security Office at
1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama
-City, Florida, can furnish employ-
ers information on their responsi-
bilities under the law or assist
workers in securing an -original or
duplicate Social Security account
number.


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