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


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


PORT ST. JOE,L FORBA


MONEY TALKe-Letfs keep
It where we can speak with it
orice In a while-Trade with
, your home town merchantal


THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1961


$2,600,000 Land Deal




Recorded In Gulf County


Early Morning Fire Destroys


Piggly W

Pictured above is all that is
left of the Piggly Wiggly Market
that was completely destroyed
by fire early Monday morning.
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department answered the call at
approximately 2:15 a.m. and bat-
tled the blaze until 6:00 a.m.
The fire was 'well underway
when 'City Patrolman George
Kemp discovered it and called
the Fire Department. The smoke
was so .thick inside the building
that the firemen had a hard time
determining wherethe, blaze was.
Finally fire was spotted .through


iggly Super Market

a ventilator hole in the rear of .ment responded quickly and
the builIing. The firemen had to stood by in case of other fire
break down a door to get to the outbreaks in the area. Also they
blaze. When the air got to the relieved some of the Port St. Joe
fire it quickly consumed the firemen who were pretty bushed
whole store building and raged by this time.
out of control due to highly in- It is understood that both
flamable products normally the building and its contents -
found in grocery stores. The were partially insured. Estim-
building and all of its contents ated loss in dollars is Inexcess
were destroyed. of $80,000.00.
Due to a high wind that was We feel sure the City of Port
blowing sparks down third street St. Joe will join the STAR in
to a heavily populated area, the saying 'THANKS' to the Wewa-
Wewahitchka Fire Department hitchka Department for. their
was called. The Wewa depart- response in time of need.


Amateur Radio Operators Meet To

Discss ETmergency Communiation Plans

Amateur, radio operators \from the only means of communications
key cities along the Gulf Coast of; in many stricken cities and towns


Florida met at Ft. Walton.Beach
'Saturday, June 1., to discuss plans
concerning emergency communica-
tions during the 1961 hurricane
season. The section communica-
tions' manager, Mr. Frank Butler,
W4RKH, and the section emerg-
ency coordinator, Mr. George
Thurston, W4MLE, led the discus-
sion 'on ways and .nean -for effici-
ently aiding the public in time of
need. The outstanding role that
amateur radio :player in emerg-
ency communications during the
1960 hurricane "Donna" in being


in South Florida, caused the pab..
lic to realize the importance of
these seldom recognized "HAMS".
Those representing Gulf County
at this meeting were, A. P. "Bob"
Jackson,,K4RZF, the emergency
coordinator for Gulf and Franklin
Counties, and C. R. "Dick" Lamb-
erson, W4WEB, deputy director of
the Gulf County Civil Defense. The
hurricane season, begins on June
15, and .plans and preparations are
being made, hoping that activities
will be at a minimum this year.


Jaycees To Enter Float
In 'Atlanta Parade

Tuesday 'night the Jaycees met
in- regular session 'and discussed
the final details of the local chap-
ter putting the monument float in
the National Jaycee ,Convention pa-
rade next week in Atlanta. This
float was used in Tallahassee for
,the Governors Inaugural. The
float will leave Port St. Joe tuesday
morning and arrive in Atlanta in
the evening and will be decorated
Wednesday morning for the ,parade
Bob Ellzey will attend the conven-
tion and will look 'after the float.
-----K--
Visitor 'Here From Texyas
Miss Wanda Davis from Orange,
Texas is spending this month with
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Hill.


Issues Passed By Costin


Gulf 'County would have author-
ity to spend secondary road money
on city streets and subdivisions un-
der a local bill passed in the 1961
Legislature session.
Set salary of school superintend-
ent at $9,000 a year, and .provide
authority for school board to make
salary 1,0 per cent higher than
highest paid principal in 'school
system.
Set salary of school' board at
$1,200 a year.
Set up Jehu cemetery commis-
sion for Wewahitchka.
Allow Gulf County commission
to 'spend $3,500 in race track funds
f-or fire truck .equipment at the
Highland View fire department.
Distribute 20 .per cent of gaso-
line to the road ,and bridge fund
and -80 per cent to municipal
streets.
Authorizes the county commis-
sion to lease or purchase surplus
federal property.
Give William Watson $950 for
the loss of truck, chain saw and
load of pulpwood driven through
a drawbridge over the intercoastal
canal at White City April 28, 1959.
'Set 'small claims court jurisdic-
tion at $300.
Set total salary of county judge
at $8,500, including $600 for work
at juvenile judge. Payment of
$300 also -established for .person
serving as juvenile counselor.
Reset salary of $8,500 a year
for tax collector, tax assessor,
and clerk of circuit court.
Set up -new charter for City of
Ward Ridge.


Provide weekly hearings in coun- a new plat showing the changes.
ties in the 14th judicial circuit Retain County Judge on fee sys-
where there is no resident judge. tem.
Move Port St. Joe city elections Give Gulf County commissioners
back Io September. a $25 a month salary increase -
Ban on shbrinping from Sept. 1 making salary $125 a month.


to Dec. 1 at night inside line from
3 miles off Cape San Blas light
east .to Franklin 'County line. Also
no shrimping during the day in
this area from June 1 to Sept. 1.
Extend term of Port -St. Joe bar-
bor master to 1964 when a suc-
cessor will be nominated in regu-
lar primaries for four year term.
The man nominated would then
have to be certified to the consent
of the Senate.
Name railroad overpass -at Port
'St. Joe as the "J. L. Sharit" over-
pass. Sharit is mayor and former
state senator.
Authorize the county commission
to pave city or subdivision streets.
Waive general law requiring
county commission districts to con-
form to election precints so Gulf
County commission can reshuffle


Penticostal

Revival Continues

Revival services wil continue at
the Pentecostal Holiness Church
through Sunday. Rev. Hubert D.
White,' pastor, will be bringing the
morning -messages and Rev. J. H.
Cain of Cocoa Beach will be the
featured speaker for the evening.
Services begin each morning at
9:30 and each evening 'at 7:45.
The Lovett Brothers Quartet will
be a special treat Saturday nignt
and Sunday services. The quartet
will be featured in both Sunday
School and worship services on
Sunday.


districts. Everyone is cordially invited to
Classify fees received by the cir- attend the remaining services of
cult clerk and county judge for the revival and receive a spiritual
Dead Lakes Water Management blessing. A nursery will be ,pro-
area as additional to regular sal- vided for small children at all
aries. services.
Reset $100 allowance for county r
commission travel expenses. ATTEND FAMILY REUNION
Create Highland View water- Mr. alld Mrs. Hubert Brinp(on
Sewerage District 'to 'get federal along with Mr. and Mrs. Di I lo n
funds-no tax levy. Smith attended the family reunion
Eliminate from the Gulf County of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hes,
plat filing law a provision, that ter last sunday. The reunion was
landowners or developers closing held in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
streets, alleys and roads must file A. E. Hester of Climax, Ga.


Local Fishermen

Attacked By Shark

Last Week

Billy McMillan and Robert Par-
nel of Raffield Fisheries suffered
lacerations .from sharkbltes they
received last week. McMillan was
bitten about 2 a.m. Tuesday when
he received a bite on the calf ,of
his leg. Parnell' was bitten approxi-
mately the same 'time on Wednes-
day when he received a bite on
the heel. The sharks had 'been
caught in the net 'and both boys
were bitten-while 'bringing .the nets
in.
The sharks were striking in
shallow water just off the Point
Carl Raffield said. He also advised
that those -skiing in that vicinity
should be extremely cautious. The
sharks haven't been seen in deeper
water but are believed to be all
around the general area.
Carl Raffield reported that in
26 years of. fishing he has never
encountered such a 'misfortune. He
also stated that five sharks were
caught in the canal last Wednes-
day.
All swimmers, 'boat riders, skii-
ers, fishermen, etc. should 'be ex-
tremely cautious 'this year to -make
it an accident free year for our
county.


Truck 'Rams 'Signal
Post At Canal' Bridge

A 1946 model pickup truck 'driv-
en .by Clayt -a Brown of Lake City,
crashed into the signal light at
Highland View bridge around 7:00
p.m. Wednesday. The truck was
traveling south on U.S. Highway.
98 when it left the highway,. strik-
ing the caution light on the right
hand side of the road.
Lloyd Goff ,of Highland View,
a pasenger of the vehicle, was ta-
'ken to the Municipal Hospital for
'treatment. He was released and
charged with drunkeness.
Brown was charged with driving
while intoxicated and taken into
custody according to Trooper Ken
Murphy. Brown is a former resi-
dent of Blountstown.
Goff suffered 'lacerations of the
face-and chin. Extent of damage
to the truck and post were estim-
ated at $150.
-K
MRS. QUARRELS MOTHER DIES
Mrs. A. N. Smith, mother of Mrs.
Fan Quarrels of Port St. Joe, pass-
ed away in the municipal hospital
Mrs. Smith was a resident of Tuska
loosa. Alabama. Spigner Funeral
Home of Tuskaloosa is in charge
of arrangements. Mrs. Smith will be
buried in Tuskaloosa.

Two Cars Involved In
Accident At Beacon Hill

Two cars collided at Beacon Hill
on monday, June 5. A 1955 Dodge
driven by Clyde Vergerson of Pat-
rick AFB, Florida, was traveling
east on State Road 20 at approx-
imately 35 MPII. Mrs. Lorene Bish-
op of Port St. Joe, driver of a 1954
Chevrolet, pulled out of the Beach
Variety Shop in front of 'the oncom-
ing Car according to Trooper Mur-
phy.
Vergerson's wife and daughter
were taken to the Tyndall Hospital
.for treatment Mrs. Vergerson was
treated for injuries to the right
leg. Her daughter, Melodye, age
five, was treated for internal in-
juries. Both were released.
Mrs. Bishop received a back In-
jury and was taken to the Munici-
pal Hospital of St. Joe for treat-
ment. Mrs. Bishop was charged
with violation of right-of-way. Ac-
cording to Patrolman Ken Murphy
the extent of damage to both ve-
hicles was estimated at $600.

Attend Croxton Funeral
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Noble,
daughter Jo Ann, son Randy, Mrs.
John Noble, Mrs. Ed Noble, Mr.
Joe N. Noble of Fayette, Missis-
sippi, Mrs. R. J. Donaldson, Chi-
cago, Illinois, Mr. George Blair,
Pascagula, Mississippi.


50,000 ACRE TRACT PURCHASED NEAR

NEAR OVERSTREET BY NORTHERN FIRM


REDISTRICTING

Committee Fails

To Decide

Monday night the committee app-
ointed by the county commission
met at a diner meeting -to study
the proposed re-districting as pre-
sented to the county board by\the
Port St. Joe Jaycees.. The meeting
was :presided 'over 'by Dave Gaskin
'the chairman. All members were
#present. The committee is com'-
posed of R. H. Ellzey, Frank Pate,
Chuck Gibson, J. B. 'Harris, and
Ed Banjough.
with -much discussion being carried
The meeting was a legnthy one
on 'by the committee members, but
no recommendation was arrived at
an d the meeting w a s adjourned
'until thursday night when the com-
mittee will meet again. The meet-
ing will be held 'at Beacon Hill.


Local Youths To
Attend Boys State


A 50,000 acre sale of Gulf County
land has been recorded at Wewa-
hitchka, according to an announce-
ment 'made ,by E.E. C alloway, a
real estate broker 'of Blountstown.
The 'buyers were T. L. James 'Co.,
Ruston, La., 'and J. H. Whitney
Co., of -New York *City. The land
'is located ,between Panama City
and Port St. Joe and 'borders on
the Gulf Inland Canal.
The -buyers did not devulge how
they intended to use the land, but
Callaway mentioned of cited re-
;ports that an industrial ,park is
planned.
The purchase was a cash trans-
action and emphasizes the growth
trends and importance of the area
for investment and development.


Hospital Auxiliary

Workers Listed

The schedule of workers for the
Hospital Auxiliary's Thrift Shop


Methodist Youth


Director Arrives

Jackie Taylor arrived last week
to assume his ,duties as Su mmer
Youth Director at The First Metho-
dist Church. He is a Senior at As-
,bury College in Wilmore, Kentuc-
,ky where he is studying for the
ministry. His home is in Pensacola,
Florida where he is a member of
the Gadsden Street Methodist
Church.
While in Port St. Joe, Jackie
will help plan and direct all the
activities, of the Youth Department
at First Methodist Church. Though
his work will -primarily be with
Seniors and Older Youth, he will
also work with the Junior High
Group.
Jackie is licensed as a Local


Three 'boys are selected each June 24 Mrs. JoeHendrix, Mrs. '
year on the bases of -Scholarship. Earl Atchison. July 1; Mrs. Leo- .
Leadership, Citizenship, etc. to at- nard Belin, Mrs. Boyd Underwood.
tend Boys 'State. These boys are July 8: Mrs. Robert King, Mrs.
selected *by the American Legion Phillip Chatham. July 15: Mrs.
and sponsored by other clubs. This Lawrence Bissett, Mrs. Robert
is a week in which the Youth of Fox. July 22:. Mi's. Milton Chafin,
the state run the government. Last Mrs. Lamar Hardy. July 29: Mrs.
vyeir Bob Kerrigan was elected to Calv;n Floyd, Mrs. Henry Stikes.
the posjPioninIoftreas-urer and be- Aug. 5: MArs. George Anchors, Mrs.
came a member-of the youth ad- Milion Anderson Aug. 12: Mrs. JACKIE TAYLOR
visary council to the Governor. Lea Shealey, Mrs. Lawrence Bow-
This year three 'boys have again on. Aug. 19: Mrs. Cliff Robbins, Preacher and, therefore, will rbe
been chosen ,by the Legion. They Mrs. John Slazer. Aug. 26: Mrs. eligible to assist the pastor in cer-
are Larry Davis, son of Mr. and B. B. Scisson, Mrs. Walter Dod- tain ministerial functions. He has
Mr s. Arnold Daniels, Richard son. Sept. 2: Mrs. H. C. Brown, ha d experience in conducting
Thompson, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs. H. E.'Richards. Sept. 9: Mrs. Youth activities and Youth Revi-
Thompson, and David Nance, son Wm. Wager, Mrs. Ralph Ward. vals for the- past two summers in
of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Nance. Lar. Sept. 16: Mrs. Dave May, Mrs. Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi,
ry will be sponsored by the Amer- George Tapper. Sept. 23: Mrs. Joe and Florida.
ican Legion-Willis V. Rowan Sharit, Mrs. Dave Jones. Sept. 30: An office has been set up at
Chapter- Post 116, David will be Mrs. Harold Od'um, Mrs. Will the Church where Jackie may be
sponsored by 'the KiwiAnIs and .Ramsey. contacted during the day. He is
Richard will be sponsored by the' The workers are reminded to making his home in an apartment


Rotary.
The boys will leave for Talla-
hassee on Sunday the 18th and will
be gone for one week.

IGA Features Quartet

Don't miss the Lovett Brothers
Quartet at the I.G.A. Saturday 1une
17. There will be no admission
charges and entertainment will be
from .3 until .
The Lovett Brothers 'are no
strangers in our town. The Lovetts
G i A qrA oynnect-


clip out this schedule for future
reference.
Children's clothing is needed at
this time. Anyone wishing to do-
nate articles may leave them at
the Thrift Shop on Thursday's be-
tween 10:00 and 11:00 a:m. or call
the .pick-up and marking commit;
tee: Mrs. Ray Gibson Jr., Mrs.
Robert Major and Mrs. Wm. Wha-
ley.
-K
Visits Rev. and Mrs. Odum
Mrs. Millie Saulsberry, Mrs. VI-
gar Miers and Mrs. Peggy Ann


at the home of Mrs. Charles
Browne, 30'5 6th 'Street.

Kennedy Named Vice-
Chairman of Commission

At the regular meeting of the Co-
unty, Commission tuesday, Leo Ken-
nedy was elected vice-chairman to
succeed Coleman Tharp who has
deceased. E. C. Harden remains
as chairman for the year.
Routine business was attended
to with twe resolutions being pass-


ing a great time together and are Dialgo from DeRidder, La., visited ed in memory of the commissioners
sure you will enjoy every minute last Wednesday and Thursday recently deceased, Coleman Tharpe
of "Good ole' Gospel Singin'." with Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Odum. and G. S. Croxton.


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SAFETY PLAQUE SHOWN


Pictured above is Mayor Joe
Sharit and Chief of Police H. W.
Griffin with a replica of the traf-
fic Safety Award recently pre-


sented to the city for no traffic
deaths for a full year. This is
the eighth award the city has
received in as many years. The


replica is on display in front of
the City Hall.


"WENTY-FOURTH YEAR


NUMBER 38


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Finia High School Si)

Is Announced By Prii

,All A 6 Weeks
12th. Mavis Kennedy, Mary Jane
Bobbit.
9th. -Ellis Stevens, Kenneth
Dykes.
8.th. Fran Gunn.
7th. Jacque Price, .R ob bin
Downs, Dennis Dawson, Sherry
White, Jake Belin.
All A Semester
12th. Mary Jane Bobbitt, Mavis
Kennedy, Coleman Tharpe.
10th. Eve Ruthland.
9th. B1 ills Stevens, Kenneth
Dykes.
7th. Robin Downs, Dennis Daw-
son., Jake Belin.
A&B Semester
12th. Don Haddon, Carolyn Ken-
nedy, Jean McArdle, Carolyn
Smith, David Odum, Rita Cooper,
Colleen Burke, Linda Roberts. ,
11th. Fred Joines, Barbara Bell,
Kay Creech, Micky Thompson.
10th. Bill Fite, Johnny Chafin,
Jan. Rawls.
9th. Doug Hallmann, Forest Van
Camp, David Porter, Myron Mer-
ritt, Albert Gentry, Ellen Scesson.
8th. /David Babbitt, Woodrow
Walker, Kathy Garrett, Patsy
Prince, Phyllis Smith, Fran Gunn,
,Marjorie Wollford, Cecilia Creech,
Ronnie Bordelon, Pete Fox,
Charles Thomas, Francis 'Ruck-
man, 'Sandy Lee, Paula Lovett,
Bobby Antley.
7-th. Bill Antley, Michele An-
chors, Jennifer Kennedy, Helen
Peak,-Jacque Price, Barbara Lewis,
Mark Rutland, Ann Belin Elaine
Carmichael, Linda Graham, Jo
Ann Fite, Carol Johnson, Sherry
White Andrea Trammell.
A&B 6th 6 Weeks
12th. Betty Ford, Mary Ellen
Henderson, Jean McArdle, Babs
Maxwell, Carolyn, Smith, Linda
Roberts, Don Haddon, -Coleman
Tharpe, David White, Bo Williams,
Archie Barbee, Albert Ray, David
Odum, Colleen Burke, .Rita Coop-
er.
11th. Fred Joines, Kay Creech,
Mary Doll Ramsey, Mildred Till-
-man, Micky Thompson, -Sandra
Brown, Pat Griswald.
10th. Eve Rutland, Bill Fite.
9th. Douglas Halman, Forrest
Van Camp, June McKenzie, Albert
Gentry, Ellen Scisson, David Por-


SWeek Honor Roll Has Meting
cipal Bowdoin Methodist WSG
Wl w Wesleyan Service Guild of The
First Methodist Church met Tues-
ter, Myron Merritt, Gail Anderson. day evening at 8:00 p.m. in -the
8th Bob Craig, Woodrow Walker, 'home of Mrs. Frances Boumegart,
Becky Childers, Sandra Clark, Ka- with Mrs. Feric Guilford as co-
thy Garrett, Patsy Prince, Phyllis hostess- wih Judith Parker presid-
Smith, Wanda Odum, Billy Wag- ing in the absence of the president
er, David Henderson, Ronnie Bord- Jackie Quarles. Presnet: Verna
elon, Mary Walker, Carolyn Peak, Smith, Fern Guilford, Sibble Smith,
Billy Versiga, Jimmy Goodman, Betty Hawkins, Nora Beasley,
Fran Hannon, Pete Fox, Charles Carolyn Hill, Fay Pridgeon, Julia
Thomas, Francis Ruckmann, Paula Creech, Judith Parker, Katherine,
Lovett, Bob Antley, Wayne Brax- Suey, Betty Shaw, Dean Stephens,
ton, Robin Brown. Frances Boumgart and Joan Wist.
7th. Bill Antley, Freddy Wise, Sibbie Smith gave the devotion-
Tommy Wright, Michele Anchors, al scripture Phil. 4-4:9, entitled
Julia Boyette, Jennifer Kennedy, "Take personal invintory of your
Helen Peak, Andrea Trammell, Ce- health." -She emphasized that we
cilia Boone, Susan Gentry, Marieta alone cannot keep it clean, -but
L ee, Barbara Lewis, Crystal
Map s, MarkRutlan d ns tBelin, Christ can, if we will let him.
Mapes, Mark Rutland, Ann Belin, Frances Boumegart w a s in
Susan Maxwell, Elaine Carmichael, charge of the rogrm, she was
Linda Graham, Kay Smith, Carol charge of the program she was
Wager, Sharlene Smith, Jo Ann aisedby Betty awkins, Joan
Fite, Carol Johnson, Jerome e.
Barnes. They brought a very inspiring
-.r.- 'au i fl- -Lit1 "Clam lp4 t.


Highland View

Jr. RA's Meet

The Junior R.A.'s of Highland
View Baptist Church -met June 7
for their regular meeting. The
meeting was called to order by
assistant ambassador, June Hol-
stead. Ray Peterson led in open-
ing prayer.
The chapter had as their guest,
Gene -Cox, who gave a talk on what
the R.A.'s meant to -him in making
his decision to serve the Lord.
The meeting was closed with
chain prayer, opened 'by Mike Po-
well and closed by Counselor Hen-


program the title wass ompe e
surrender of your 'heart to -Christ.'
Emphasising -the importance of
"quiet time" with Christ, in study
and prayer. We are to be partners
with Christ.
We are to seek the will of the
Fathr, -Not our own.
Are you 'seeking to please Him?
So 'after we seek to 'keep a por-
-tion of our heart for "our will."
-Christ will take care of all
things for us, if we will let him.
Have you placed Christ in the
Center of your heart?
After the business meeting the
hostess served delicious home
made ice cream and cake.

L. L. Aliens' Visit Here
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Allen and


ry Miller. sons from Charlotte, N.C. are visit-
ing Mrs. Allen's parents Mr. and .


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Will Visitt Mrs. W. Smith
Mrs. L. M. Coody of NOrth
Adams, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Goy and daughter Hope of Nor-
folk, Va., are expected to arrive
June 19th for a visit with Mrs. W.
S. Smith. Mrs. Coody is a sister-in-
law of Mrs. Smith. This will be
her first visit back to Florida since
moving to Mass. in 1926.
Mrs. Coody came to America
from Scotland in 1919. Having been
married in 1918 to Lucius Coody
during World War I.
Her many friends are invited to
come visit her while she is here.

FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE MEET
The First Baptist W.M.U. Society
No. One will meet Monday June
19th in 'the following homes. 4
Circle No. 1, Mrs. W. J: Daugh-
try. Circle No. 2, Mrs. Karl Mar-
shall. Circle No. 3, Mrs. Chas. Mc-
Clellan. Circle No. 4, Mrs. Grady
Keels. Circle No. 5, Mrs. Lou Tay-
lor.
All circle members are urged to
be present and support your chair-
man.


Party Honors

Tammy Ray Mims

Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Mims ,of 1406
Long Ave., honored their 'daughter,
Tammy Ray Mims, with a party on
her 3rd birthday, Wednseday, June
7th, at 5 p.m.
Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostesses, Miss Lau-
ra Lee, Linda Lou, Lenora Sue
Williams and Joby Barfield.
Those attending were:
Dewayne Patterson, T r a v i s
Burge, Joanie and Pam Shores,
Tony Graham, Terry Lovett, -Ricky,
Sarah Jane, Betty Sue Armstrong,
Marvin. Barfield, Frankie Kelly,
Ricky and Debbie Ham, Mrs. Way-


Spending Week At Beach Mrs. J. 0. Baggett. i lon Graham, Mrs. Herbert Burge,
Staying at the beach this week -I Mrs. Carson Shores, Mrs. James
are Dr. -and Mrs. B. 0. Kehler and GiA.'s Enjoy House Party Lovett, Mrs. Gene Adkison.
son Bernard, and Mr. and Mr. S. The intermediate G.A.'s of the ---
C. Petty -from St. Petersburg and Long Avenue Baptist -Church en- Will Attend Jaycee Convention
-Mrs. Margie Robbins from Panama joyed a house party at St. Joe Mr. and Mrs. R. H. "Bob" Ellzey
City. All relatives of the George Beach last Friday and Saturday. will leave Saturday to attend the
McLawhons. Girls enjoying the affair were National Jaycees Convention in
S. Fran Robbins, Gayle Odum, Carol Atlanta, Ga.
Here 'For Summer Visit Alligood, Evelyn Dockery, Barbara
Mrs. J. C. Sinclair and her grand- Martin, Janice Sue Spaulding, Pat- Will Spend 'Summer Here
son, Mrs. Sinclair Franz of Chip- sy Sellers and Margie Woolford. Miss Margaret Smith of Fort
ley ar guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. The group was accompanied by Lauderdale will arrive here Friday
Herbert J. Brouillette for the their counselor, Mrs. Joe Alligood -to spend the summer with her ipar-
summer. and -Mrs. Don Laird. ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. 'Smith.


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VISIT

MEXICO BEACH LAUNDERETTE


NEWS PROM

Mexico Beach
By Mrs. Betty Missler
Phone 648-3205

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Liston and
family of Wewahitchka are spend-
ing 3 weeks .at their 'beach cottage
at Mexico Beach. With them are
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Liston also of
Wewa. Many friends -and relatives
have visited and been entertained
by -the Listens'.
Among -them were Harlon Prid-
geon family, the Rev. C. Jordan,
-their grandmother, Mrs. R. R. Da-
vis; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Semmes;
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Liston and son,
all -of Wewa; and Mr. Ed Ramsey
of Port St. Joe. Also vacationing
with the Liston family are Mr. Al-
len Ray Watson and Miss Kathy-,
Gaskin. Miss Gaskin left last .Sat-
urday to council at 'a Junior Metho-
dist camp at Blue Lake near Anda-
lusia, Alabama, -after which she
will return to Mexico Beach.

The W.S.C.S. of Mexico Beach
held its regular monthly meeting
last Wednesday evening. Their
,mheir monthly 'bake sale was held
,Saturday, June 3, proceeds ',oing.
to the church.


Lynn Haven Man

Wrecks Car

A 1959 Chevrolet Sedan driven
by J. L. Pitts of Lynn Haven wre-
cked eight miles west of Wewahit-
chka (on State Road 22 around 6:30
saturday night. Pitts was driving
at an' estimated speed of 85-9.0 MPH
when his car left the road -on the
right hand side, skidded approxim-
ately 639 feet, crossed back over to
the left hand side, skidded 60 feet
hit a telephone pole -and traveled
another 126 feet before coming to
a stop.
Damages were estimated at $300
to the car and pole -according to
Highway Patrolman Ken Murphy
who investigated the accident.
Pitts was charged with reckless
driving.

Tony Petersons' In Dothan
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Peterson and
daughter are spending this week
in, Dothan, Ala.
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Coin Machines


Behind the Shopping Center Playground for Children


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.) .--........ 7:45 P.M.



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution

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


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Play Hrs.
1 P.M.
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THLPA~bAV, JUNIu 16, 1961


Fluff Fold


Muexico Beach, Fla.







W d Hr A Ad mooiteal .
TOO LATE 111n his tavels about tii Ufntry
Hal found that his community bAd
TO CLASSIFY gained the reputation of -beifl a
sort of old folks home. The story
BY RUSSEL KAY of its famed green benches and
j wheel' chair ramps appealed to
It all started when, Hal Canning, writers and columnists who wise
president of the Suncoast Advertis- cracked that St. Petersburg was
ing Club of St. Petersburg got an "a cemetery with lights", or "City
idea and started selling it to of the living dead where the 01 d

TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
BARGAIN IN HISTORY
The Most Complete Prescription Department --
Have Your Doctor Phone Us or Bring Your Prescription To
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
SMITH'S PHARMACY
Two Free Parking Spaces for Your Convenience
at Our Back Door
DRIVE-IN WINDOW IN REAR OF STORE


SLEEP IN COMFORT!
SEE THE
NEW MARVIN
FANS 5 yr. Written Warranty
AT

Jimmy Greer's Standard Ser. Sta.


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There's real "magio"
in Gulf Life's
Adapt-A-Plan


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Founded 1911 Home Office, Jacksonville, Florida '


fNk STARt, PFt t. J* Pla.I
THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 19081
- "
folks sit around and wait for Gab-
riel -to blow his horn."


Hall decided that something
should be done to counteract all
this and give the city a new look
and a new appeal. Appealiung-to
Ad Club menzirs -,e- urged that
the 4,000 green' benches be re-
painted in varied colors, pink, blue,
yellow, red, in fact every color
of the rain'bdoW.:
The idea ciauht on. A Tampa
paint manufacturer offered ,to help
by supplying the paint free of
charge. Ad Club members volun-
teered to do the painting but be-
cause 4,000 benches are a lot of
benches they solicited the aid of
the St. feterslburg Jaycees and
any other group interested in giv-
ing the old town a new look..
"Why stop with -the benches?"
someone asked. "Why not inaugu-
rate a beautification program to go
with it?" It was suggested that
10,000 flowering trees, palms and
plants 'be set out. 'Citizens and
visitors were urged to ,buy a tree
or plant and donate it to the
cause. Again civic groups offered
to furnish -the labor and the pro-
gram began to roll.
More groups and individuals 'be-
came interested-and the project
snowbaled into a citywide effort.
Committees were formed -to carry
out different features of the pro-
ject. Maurice Nichols, a retired
engineer was selected as chairman
of the executive committee. -Com-
mittees include the Brain Trust,
the Task Force, -the Bench Warm-
ers and others.
A speakers -bureau was set up
to publicize the project and sell it
to the community. Speakers -are
available to give talks on the plan
'before any group that is interest-
ed. Citizens are urged to put on
their thinking caps and ,suggest
other things that might be done to
make St. P=etersburg a better place
to live or to visit.
Visit St. Petersburg today and
you will find teams of young men
and women 'busy repainting benci,
es, planting trees and shrubs, and
working like beavers. They are
having the time of their 'lives for
they have settled on a dream and
are making that dream come true.
They vision a city of the future
where commonplace thoroughfares
have 'become beautiful parkways
-dotted with palms, flowering plants
and shrubs, gay, colorful and in-
viting.
The 'enthusiasm has gone beyond
the 'organized effort and it has In-
spired 'local home owners to think


RICH'S Super MARKET,
(FIVE MILES FROM PqRT ST. JOE ON HIGHWAY 71)


(Limit Rights Reserved)


AT WHITE CITY, FLORIDA


-THESE SPECIALS GOOD MONDAY =HU SATURDAY, JUNE 17

WITH$1000 ODEROR VER--DOZ. LGE. FREE Prem'iums in Out Store.


Free Eggs or--


We Give Valuable UNITED
Stamps, ea. 1Oc Purchase


GA. GRDE 'A LARGE FANCY

FRYERS 19c POTATOES 10 lb. 29c


With $2.00 Meat Order'
Armours Best Grade Sliced
BACON Ib
ONE DOZEN EGGS and ONE ]
HEN each
As long as they last
WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
In Taste & Quality
Our Beef Is Government Graded-and
Stamped U. S. GOOD


FRESH DAILY
GROUND
ROUND
Tender For Broil
SIRLOINS
THE BEST BRIE


LEAN 3 1
STEW lbs.


I For Bar-B-Q -Fresh
Spare Ribs


Shelled Daily-Blackeye
PEAS bag J9C
Fresh Georgia
CORN Nearsl9C


Scratch FEED 25 lb. 98c


Yellow SQUASH Be
iIJ DPCAC Ib U


CUPS, SAUCERS 2 FOR
SMALL PLATES 19c


31$ ALL CAKE
3b s.I MIX ES 3 boxes $1.00


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Remember Dad June 18


- Father's Day -


Free Gift Wrapping



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ISave Your Sales Tickets from Boyles Listen Daily 8 & 9 A.M. W.J.O.E. For LUCKY CASH WINNERS.


about what they can do to make
their homes and grounds more at-
tractive and many 'are painting and
planting on their own.
The 'Sunshine City is preparing
to add to her famed slogan the
words, "Charming and Beautiful."
And the activity of her youth is
offsetting the impression that she
is a city of oldsters with nothing
to look forward to.
-K
Visits W. 0. Nichols Family
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Nichols
have as their guest this week Mrs.
Nichols' mother, Mrs. L. F. Herr-
ing from Malone.
SHOP AT HOME
SHOP AT HOME


Former Resident
Receives Degree
'On Saturday, June 10th at the
University of Maryland Coll e g e
Park, Md., the -degree of Master of
Science in -Elementary Education
was conferred upon Mrs. Adalyn
LeHardy who formerly resided in
this city,
Mrs. LeHardy taught kindergar-
ten in 'St. Joe from Jan. 1946 until
June 1951, and now, each May
reads with pride The Star's ac-
counts of ,the graduation of her
former pupils from St. Joe High.
At present Mrs. LeHardy is
teaching in the public schools in
Silver Spring, Md.


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Initiated Into Phi Kappa Phi
GAINESVILLE Virginia M. average is in the top ten percent
S. Harrison was one of 102 gradu- of the .graduating class. The socie-
ating seniors initiated into the ty recognizes excellence in all
University of Florida Chapter of fields of study.
Phi Kappa Phi, national' scholastic Miss Harrison who received a
honorary society this week. BAE degree, is the daughter of Mr.
Acceptance into Phi Kappa Phi and Mrs. Ralph a Swatts of 205
is possible only if a student's grade 8th St. Port 'St. Joe, Fla.


COMPLETE PHOTO SERVICE
FAST QUALITY ROLL PILM SERVICE
PORTRAIT COMMERCIAL
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104 Bayview Drive Phone 7-8681 Highland View, Fla.


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Home Improvement Loans Frame & CBS Construction
Mortgages Refinanced Consolidate All Your Bills
Reduce Your Payments One Easy to Meet Payment
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301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
S ERVI Phone 229-2721 .NSPEION
SERVIE INSE IO


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lb 69C Ripe BANANAS 1
b Ga. PEACHES Ib I0*

lb. 69C LARGE EACH
KS A DINNER PLATES 19c


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Boyles Famous Wednesday 3 hr. RIOT SALE

M E RHIEFI 0sEVERY
0 v PURCHASE
OF $1.00 OR MORE. EVERY ITEM IN OUR
$50,000.00 STOCK INCLUDED (FOR IN-
STANCE), YOU MAKE $5.00 PURCHASE WE RETURN $1.00 IN CASH TO YOU -9 TO 12 WEDNESDAY
ONLY-JUNE 14


- 88c DAYS Starting Today It's One Of BOYLES Famous Sales 88c DAYS -

Big 88c Days Big 88c Days
Mrs. B. off to Market
Over 300 Ladies Label Buying Fall Merchandise .
Summer Dresses All Summer Goods Must Go
On This Big Salel Girls' Summer
$4.88 DRESSES
$6.88 $1.88

$888 0to
Many of these select garments
sold for more than twice the $6.88
p- A Y Kate Greenaway Also Prim
and Pretty Formerly up
Big 88c Days to $1095. izes 1 to 3...
Ladies Perfect Quality YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THESE 4 to 6x... 7 to 14.
Rayon Tricot Bi 88c Days
TES BIG SUMMER SAVINGS Big 88c 'Days
PANTIES BIG SUMMER SAVINGSee the Newest Creations in

3 prs. 88 C First Quality Sheer 2 Pairs Summer
White and Pastels .. ANBA
Regular and Extra Sizes. I e HA
Big 88c Days iiOl iOS 88C $1e88 & $288
Unbeatable Values-
Children's Guaranteed Value Summer Shades, 8!/2 to 11.
PANTIES Big 88c Days
Rayon Tricot or Fine 'Ladies Shorty Men's Sanforized
Cotton White & Pastels $ Broadcloth
4prs.88c GOWN $2.88 SHORTS
Rayon ... 4 to 14 ... Cotton $2.8 for 88
0 to 14. Cotton and Dacron Excellent Values!
0 to 14*. Also First Quality, Nylon Trim
Undershirts and Tee SHIRTS.
Big 88c Days Eyelet Trim, Shadow Panel 2 for
Fine Rayon Tricot Regular and Extra Sizes. 2.for Big 88c Days
Lace Trim, Shadow Panel Men's Dacron & Cotton
UPS o on lips WASH N' WEAR
$18.ISI Pis2 8Summer
Over 500 Pairs DRESS PANTS
Big 88c Days SUMMER SHOES $4.99 pr.
Ladies and Girls' 188 $288 388 Values up to $6.99
$388m DNo Charge For Cuffs.
Shorty Pajamas *Values up to $6.95
SStraws Flats, Wedges, Sandals and Play Shoes. Big 88c Days
Sizes 4 to 11 Six Colors Candy Striped
$2.88 '-- Terry Towels
Printed Cotton Bastiste and 20 X 40
Dacron and Cotton Blend. Reduced To
One Group Men's and Boy's 4 for 88c
SPORT SHIRTS Hand Towels
"To Match 6 for 88c
Each 88c Terry Wash Cloths
222 REiD AVE. PORT ST. JOE, LA. To Match 20 for 88c







SOCIAL SECURITY INFORMATION -"", ,U" 9 1'"0
People who continue to wor* k In John V. Caeoy, Nlstrkt Mahager of Social Security taxes, ,ho'heer
employment or self-employment af- the Pknama City Social Security from salaried work or self-emp,ry-
ter they file a claim for retirement Office. The benefit cannot be reii- amert, must be paid without regard
benefits may be entitled to a high- ured unlhs, the individual fil s a .o the *person's age, Carey con in-
er retirement benefit, according ol claim for the recomputation. aed. People who are receiving ben-I


M-M-M, DELECTABLE


"Summertime and the livin' is easy" is a lyric from Gersh-
win's Porgy and Bess that makes a lot of sense. The living
can be really easy when a modern gas refrigerator is used
to help prepare hot weather dining.
In the new RCA Whirlpool shown here, many foods can be
quick-chilled on the new Jet Cold Shelf, or kept frozen in the
generous zero-degree freezer compartment. The magic ice
maker 'automatically manufactures a ready supply of ice
crescents to garnish platters and for ice cold drinks.


The refrigerator can be put
to excellent use with this de-
lectable hot-weather dessert,
preparing it ahead of time,
then refrigerating it until
ready to serve. The recipe
was created by Elsie Master-
ton, author of the best-selling
Blueberry Hill Cookbook. Mrs.
Masterton is equally well
known for her fabulous meals
at Blueberry Hill Farm in
Brandon, Vermont, where
guests come from all over the
U.S.
STRAWBERRY MOUSSE
Prepare this in the. cool of
the evening for the next day.
It's easier to do than it
sounds; beautiful to see, too.
It will keep its shape for
hours if skt on the table over
a plate of ice. As for the taste
-it's divine, that's all.
Serves 8.
Slice 1 qt. fre.h strawber-
ries (save 8 or 10 choice ones
for decorating later) int' a 2
qt. bowl with 1% cups su. r-
fine sugar. If you can't get
fresh berries, use 2-10 oz.
boxes of frozen and omit the


sugar. Add to the berries 2
tbs. lemon juice. Set aside.
Beat 2 egg whites until stiff,
but not dry. Set them aside.
Beat 1 cup heavy cieam until
stiff. Stir in 1 tbs. vanilla.
Soak 2 envelopes unflavored
gelatine in cup cold water
for 5 minutes. Set cup in boil-
ing water until gelatine is
completely dissolved, then let
it cool to room temp. Rub a
1/2 qt. mold very, very light-
ly with a vegetable oil.
Now quickly (because the
gelatine will start to set any
minute) pour the gelatine
over the sliced berries and
stir thoroughly. Add the egg
whites, fIlding from the bot-
tom up until well blended.
Fold in the whipped cream,
distributing the berries into
every part of the mousse.
Pour into the greased mold.
Refrigerate for at least 3 or
4 hrs.
When ready to serve, dip
the mold into hot water to
loosen it. Pipe some whipped
cream around the plate, dec-
orate with strawberries.


etits and are continuing to work or
run a business must have their
earnings reported the same as ev-
,eryone else. Individuals drawing
retirement benefits have a right
to ask that their benefit amount
be refigured if they earn more
than $1200 a year in work covered
by Social Security.
Any person who is drawing re-
tirement benefits and who has
earned more than $1200 in a year,
since the retirement claim was
filed, should check -to determine if
the 'Social Security benefit amount
could be raised. The salaried per-
son should bring a copy of his 1960
W-2 Form (Statement from Em-
player), and the self-employed iper-
son should 'bring an oxact copy of
his 1960 self-employment tax re-
turn when requesting a recomputa-
tion of his benefit. The level of
-earnings after retirement age will,
of course, determine whether or
not the benefit .can be increoasEs,
however, the individual who contin-
ues to !earn the maximum amount,
$4800 per year, can definitely have
his benefit increased.
You must continue te pay Social
Security taxes, and you do have a
right to have your additional earn-
ings considered if the earnings
were more than $1200 per year. Al-
ways contact your nearest Social
Security Office for information on
all Social Security matters. The
office for this area is located at
1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama
City. The telephone number is
POplar 3-5331.
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PAPER CUPS
MARCAL WHITE
NAPKINS


. and if your Dairy Foods Bear
the Brand Name



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You Have the Best
Rely on the time-tested name
of BORDEN to bring you
quality every day. Pick up
our product in your favorite
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ka collect .

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For Convenient Home Delivery

We Carry A Complete Line of
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TRY OUR FAMOUS COUNTRY


Fresh Eggs
Delivered to Your Door In Time for Breakfast
Harden's Dai-- ry. %-


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"Gulf County's Only Producing Dairy"


Wewahitchka, Florida


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80 Count


FULL CUT
ROUND
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SIRLOIN
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LB TIP


T-BONE
LB. OR
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45c


65c


20 For
47c
40 FOR
49c
.100 For
89c
2 Boxes
23c


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BREAKFAST


BACON


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EASY TO STORE
1 LB. CARTON


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252 OZ.
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FACIAL TISSUE ANN PAGE
KLEENEX MAYONNAISE
2 BOXES
OF 4.9c qt. 49
400


Gerbers Strained 6 for
BABY FOOD 59c
Shortening
FLUFFO 79c
Regular Ic Sale 4 bars
WOODBURY 32c
Detergent Reg
TIDE 33c
Nabisco
BACON THINS 29c
Birdseye Frozen 12 oz.
PEACHES 29c
Birdseye Frozen 9 oz.
GREEN BEANS 29c
Birdseye Frozen 10 oz
CORN 21c
Kleenex Reg. 2 For
TOWELS 36c


All Flavors Powdered
METRECAL
A. & P FROZEN
STRAWBERRIES


' lb can 3% lb can
97c $469
1- lb pkg
29c


77c


Detergent
VEL


Detergent King Size
FAB
Detergent Reg. Size
ALL


Cleaner Reg. Size
AJAX
Detergent 22 oz
VEL LIQUID
Air Purifier
FLORIENT
Cashmere Reg Ba:
BOUQUET
Reg. Size
PALMOLIVE


$1.04
33c


2 for
33c
9c off
56c
lOc off
69o
rs 3 for
20e
3 bars
29c


Coffee Sale!


USDA INSPECTED GRADE A
TENDER YOUNG BROAD BREASTED


TURKEYS


QUICK FROZEN
OVEN READY


ALLGOOD BRAND SLICED


MARVEL

ICE MILK


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SILVERBROOK or A & P TUB

BUTTER


WHITEHOUSE EVAPORATED 14 OZ.

MILK


FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
FRESH FREESTONE


PEACE HS E

'CALIFORNIA RED BEAUTY


PLUMS

WESTERN VINE RIPE

CANTALOUPES


2 LBS


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PRICES ON THIS AD ARE EFFECTIVE THROUGH
SATURDAY JUNE 17


Bondwear Devided
PAPER PLATES
DINNER SIZE
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SUPER RITE HEAVY WESTERN STEER BEEF






Serve a steak that tastes great


'EEO


Specials Good Thu June 17
FREEZER BEEF SALE!
(Cut and Wrapped)
TABLERITE LB.
FOREQUARTERS 45c
TABLERITE LB.
SIDES OF BEEF 49c
TABLERITE LB.
HINDQUARTERS 59c


BOUGHT RITE

LOVETT
BR 0 OTHERS
QUARTET WILL BE
SINGING AT IGA SAT.
AFTERNOON From 3:00 Until


* RIMMED RITE
Naturally it takes a certain amount of fat
lo guaranty you and your family a tender,
flavorful meal. But no one likes to pay for ex-
cess fat and bone oany cut of meat.


COOKING OIL


With $5.00 Order
DIXIE
QUEEN


NO. $109
JAR


LARGE
PACKAGE


Cairo Beauty Peal
BUTTER
IGA Brand
ICKE TEA
Apple Pie Ridge
:; .. VINEGAR


French's Instant
POTATOES
Stokely's Sm'I Wh
BEETS


nut 2-lb. Jar
67c
Y2-Lb. Pkg.
69c
Qt.
25c
7-Oz. Pkg.
30c


2 303 Cans
39c


25c


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FLORIDA GARbEN INFORMATION :rU. :a,, V g .y
__.. 'means of leaf petiole cuttings.,
By HERVEY SHARPS Remeffie, plants rot off at theSimply cut a lef with one attacheo twd;
Fla. Agr. Extension Service .oll surface because of excess wa- stick th petiole in mo ist said, er-
When the summer sun blasts ter or too -much Iertilizer. mi.ulite, or mixture of sand and
do*nn and salty prespiration adds The amount otl plant food de-eatic
a sting to 'your vision, there's a: pends on the size of the plant.
temptation to hang up the hoe The average size.plant requires no With luck, roots will form at
and ,become an indoor gardner. m" ore than a teaspoon of a 6-6-6 the .base of the petiole in four to
-Sjausat-_An ggeyouyepild to th.i !(NPK) fertilizer every .three or six weeks. Soon after that a small
temptation, here're a few tips on four months. rosette of leaves will appear. When
care.of African violets. To -keep the -plant happily 'bloom- well rooted, the cutting can be pot-
Watering. -these plants properly ing, repot the violets annually. For ,ted in a four-inch container.
requires more than just a dash of a repotting mixture, University of It takes about six to eight
water. Violets like to sip their Florida horticulturists recommend months to ,produce a good flower-
liquids slowly. A mixture of 1-3 peat, leaf mold or ing plant from a cutting. The num-
A wick extended -from the 'bot- ;otted manure, 1-3 sand and 1-3 her of plants also -may 'be increas-
tom of the pot is a good way to good garden loam. Add about 1-2 ed by dividing old plants into
offer the plant a drink. Placing cup of superphosphate to each half several individual crowns or ro-
the pot in a dish of water is also bushel of this soil mixture. setes and potting them in separate
acceptable. There are two popular species of containers.
Violets, like medium amounts ofAfrican violets properly known Violets are rather sensitive to
become too dry, or don't let them as Saintpaulias. The ionautha has light. With insufficient light, plants
reddish-brown, hairy leaves and make vigorous growth but produce
become water soggy. light violet-colored flowers. T h e few or no flowers. Grow the plants
Light colored spots on the leaves specie kewensis has green leaves in a .bright window or in full sun-
are caused ,by cold water on the with white hairs. There are several light during the winter, but in the


leaf. If you must surface water varieties with blue, lavender, pink
the plantss, use lukewarm water. or -white flowers.


FRANK'S REAL PIT BARBECUE

(Formerly Van Horn's Beach Restaurant)

Specializing In Barbecued Ribs and Chicken

DANCING NIGHTLY
Open 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 M.N. 2t
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summer place 'the ;plants on a north
window-sill or just out of the sun's
reach in other locations.
The best 'temperature for Saint-
.paulias is 0 to 62 degrees at night
and 70 to '75 in the daytime.
Insects like the tender ,plants. To
control mealybugs use an equal
quantity 'of alcohol and water.
Armed with a small paint brush
full of this mixture, seek .out 'the
mealybug and touch him with the
-brush-do not wet the' plant with
the solution.
Mites cause a stunting 'of the
plant, ;poor growth and few flow-


ers. Mite-infested plants should
discarded, because th einsect
very difficult to control.


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It's a good feeling to drive on safe, new
tires. Let us check your tires-make
,, any repairs needed and replace those
S. that are too worn. Here are some'-top
value tire deals.

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10 million miles of tests prove the
advanced low profile design of Gates nU
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conventional nylon tires. Yet the
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more in tire costs! plus tax & old fire
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SEE FLORIDA THIS SUMMER

Tower Is Big Attraction


Rising in the center of beautiful Mountain Lake Sanctuary, the
Singing Tower at Lake Wales sends the music of carillon bells over the
rolling hills of central Florida. The Singing Tower is a marble
memorial to the noted journalist, Edward W. Bok, who is buried at
the foot of this 250-foot tower.


'Crown rot is the worst disease. N. Kirkman said that this state
It can turn the center of your will probably record 287 .deaths un-
prized violet into a decayed mass. less the current trend is checked,
There is no control once the di- although 'at this particular time the
ease hits. Destroy the rest of the count is a little under a comparable
,diseased plant, discard the soil and five months period of last year.
sterilize the pot before using .IlEven with 'all the manpower
again. available putting in maximum work
To halt leaf spot or nail head hours, we cannot stem the rash of
rust, 'ry spraying the; ,plants With highway fatalities unless YOU,. the
1 1-8 tablespoons of 50 percent people, help us," said Kirkman.. He


wettable Captan per gallon of wa-
ter.

Florida Seek To
Stem Traffic Deaths
TALLAHASSEE FIjridc ha.;
joined the rest- of the nation in a
traffic safety effort de-i'ued 'to
stem the rising tide 'of umnravr
,time highway death that is killirng-
pleasure-bent -0acationists faster
than .some of the past's greatest
disasters.
Unless the present trend is check-
ed over 9,000 people may die on
streets and highways of this nation
.between now and Labor Day, as
many or -more than the grand to-
tal lives lost in three of the major
tragedies of the past.
'Safety officials say the Johns-
town flood, the sinking of the Ti-
tanic and the Galveston tidal wave
claimed 9,726 lives.
Ironically enough, the traffic toll
in .the 'United States for June,
July 'and August 1958 was the
identical same total 9,726.
Florida Highway Patrol Cmdr. H.

FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
IT'S

WALL ELECTRIC

COMPANY
DIAL BAll 7-4331


ON THE RADIO
MORNING

DEVOTIONS
Monday thru Friday
9:05 A.M.
With Local Ministers of the
Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
liance.
Presented As A Public Service
By Your Loca. Radio Station
-WJOE.


appealed for fullest' cooperation, in
the safety 'effort. Complete "de-
sire to save lives, other people's as
well 'as your own, can turn the
tide," he declared,


Methodist Note

Time Change

Services under the 'diretcion 'of
the Methodist Church will 'have the
time changed beginning Sunday
June 18.
'Sunday School 10:00 a.m. EST,
Morning Church 11:00 a.m., EST.


THR ITAR, sPert 6 Jolt, 0.,
THUR8bAY, JUN 16, 1061

Services are h6ld every week in
the -Community Building in Over-
street. The new pastor, C. M. Par-
ker, gives a cordial invitation to
all the people in the Overstreet
area to attend these services.
Send The STAR To A Friend


BUCKET SEATS ALONE DO NOT A MONZA MAKE

S:X, Gee! Little did we know,
when we introduced the
Corvair Monza last year,
that we were starting a Big
Thing. We just thought it
would be pleasant if you
could buy a car that treats
I. you, the driver, like you
want to be treated. m The
H bucket seats, of course, are
.1h the most obvious evidence
of our desire to please you.
But they're not the most
J. important thing. No sir.
What's really vital is the way
-.X;a Monza handles-some-
thing nobody in the U.S. has
N, yet copied. Or can copy. Be-
cause Corvair is the only
S rear-engined car made in this
country, and you know what
g. that means: steering light aq
....... ................. .... thistledown. (You even park
this one more easily, it steers
-- so briskly.) Beautifully bal-
S.anced braking-the ear stays
.level even under panic brak-
ing, which we hope you'll
never have to do. Traction
... and more traction, so yqu
.... '- t : :. ~ ..... ~don't become a stick-in-the-
.. :mud. The kind of cornering
:.. that's sheer joy to experi-
.ence. You get more: a
... fully independent suspen-
....... V.' .' sion that blots out road
Shocks before they can ruffle
you. Clean, crisp styling.
Thoroughgoing economy,
.::..:..::,:,.:::from purchase price to op.
-- ..-..----- ..:.. ratingg cost. m You're not
,'''"bk'.'.going to be satisfied eoth
............:. .. bucket seats alone, are you?


CORVAIR
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Drive the Corvair Monza at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's


FLOYD CHEVROLET COMPANY
THE ST R 401 WILLIAMS AVENUE PHONE 7-2221 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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You Ave Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.n,
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ............... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -----....... 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"



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 .....- 77:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
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THE STAR'
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florlda
By The Star Publishing Cempany.
WESLEY R. RAMSEY aEditor anddPBboA r
Reader and Boolkk e per
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proe
DIAL BALL 7-8161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Poetoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Aet of Mach 8, 1879.
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omisslonp in advertisements, the published
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for sub
'dvertiseient.
The spoken word Ir given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convince
"he spoken word is lost; the printed word .-manas.


Revamped Pay Schedule Good for

County and County Commissioners

We believe one of the best things for Gulf County to
come out of the Legislature is the revamped pay schedule for
the County Commission.
The new law gives the commissioners a salary of $125.00.
The county is now authorized to pay the commissioners for
verified expenses incurred in their jobs. We think this is
good. The commissioners have a good deal of their time and
money tied up in their jobs, if they do them right.
We think the bill is good in this respect.
A good commissioner will be justly compensated for his
expense in doing his job. The county will be out only $125.00
a month for a commissioner who isn't doing his job properly.
The expense account payments will do more than words or
campaign speeches to tell just how active a county commis-
sioner has ,been in his job.
The commissioners pay schedule now calls for $100.00 a
month salary and $100.00 a month flat payment for expenses
that may be incurred in performing his duties.
A county commissioner who does his job right, will use
up his $100.00 a month expense money. A county commis-
sioner who only attends the meeting, gets around $33.33 an
hour for attending these meetings.
We are not saying that some of the county commission-
ers are not now performing their duties as they should. It
is gratifying to know that the expense involved will not keep
a commissioner from doing his duties in the future.



A Pity But True

The following editorial is reprinted from the Warrens-
burg, Missouri, Star-Journal:
"Americans are a prudent people. Look at the evidence:
Ina recent poll, 63 per cent of those questioned said the
President and Congress should do something about holding
down prices and preventing inflation.
'Americans are a good-hearted people. Look at the
evidence: In the same poll, 52 per cent of those who answered
- said they thought the powers that be ought to get busy and
provide more medical care for the aged.
"Americans are a generous people who like to see the
other fellow get a break. Look at the evidence: In the poll,
48 per cent said Congress and the Chief Executive should
boost the minimum wage to $1.25 per hour.
"Americans are people who also like to see themselves
get a break. Look at the evidence: The poll turned up 46
per cent who thought the government ought to 'reduce taxes
for people like myself.'
"A higher minimum wage-but no price rise and no in-
flation. More medical care for the aged, more federal aid to
education (said 40 per cent), more housing and slum clear-
ance (38 per cent), more spending on national defense (31
per cent) and to cut unemployment (28 per cent)-but still
'balance the budget by cutting government spending' (37
per cent) and, above all, 'reduce taxes for people like my-
self.'
"Yep, Americans are prudent, good-hearted and gener-
ous. But Americans, judging by that poll, also are a peo-
ple who need a fast lesson or two in arithmetic and the re-
lationship between cause and effect."

The "Isms" have been defined in this fashion: Social-
ism: If you have two cows, give one to your neighbor. Com-
munism: If you have two cows, the government takes the
cows and gives you some of the milk. Capitalism: If you
have two cows, you sell one and buy a bull.

Kings Ferry, N. Y., Tribune: "Gaze at this magnificent
structure, 'declares the government official, pointing at a
new housing project or bridge, or superhighway. 'Built en-
tirely with government funds,' he continues, the implication
clear that no mere private group could do anything quite
as good.
"But Where did the government get its funds to
build this 'magnificent structure'? Not from anything the
government produced or sold or some service it performed.
No, the government-federal, state or local-got its funds


from the people who earned wages and salaries or ran busi-
ness and paid their share of taxes ."

About three weeks ago the dailies over the nation carried
big stories stating, "the nation's economy is now spurting
ahead the recession is over". That week the paper mill
shut down for a week. Please, Mr. Kennedy, do no more
"spurting ahead" for a while .. we can't financially stand
it.


THE -.TAR, Port oe, PPl. ra1 =4 extended Unemployment .nug, p $04.i0 1to 21 6,,S; take- eleven offices. They were: Mrm. DAnd Jenkkas are MTr. Jn.-
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1961 Compensation Program in May, the land, up $14,974 to $82,467; Ft., Tampa, down '$29,593 to $403,839; kin'a mother, Mrs. Walter Jenkins,
first full mn6nth of the temporary Myers, up $9,513 to $43,878; Sata- IPanama -City, .down $14,249 to $63,- Sr., and his ,brother and family,
Its Easier To operation. sota, up $8,092 to $58,312; Ft. 552; Clearwater, down $10,771 to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins, Jr.
ITS ESSI I0 Pierce, iup $7,717 to $42,108; Day- $84,273; Tallahassee, down i$7,616 from Nashville, Tenn.
Under thte regular program, I.tona Beach, up $5,988 to $74,822; to $66,183; Cocoa, down $3,683 to "
Get Old Age SS Brown said, agents increasedBele Glade, up $5,576 to $14,483; 1$32, 386; Key West, down ,$2,557 to W.S.C.S. CIRCLE MEETS
in 21 areas served by the State Marianna, up $5,088 to $82,337; $17,539; Ocala, down $1,729 to '$23,- The Woman's Society of Christ-
Payments Now Employment Service. They are: iMelbourne, up $4,034 to $30,795; 187; Pensacola, down $1,163 to ian 'Service met in 'the Social Hall
Miami, up $90,274 to $1,029,310; IWinter Park, up $3,149 to $159,805; $111,779; Perry, down $719 to $24,- of the Methodist Church on Mon-
The amount of work needed o West Palm Beach, up $42,117 to Gainesville, up $2,609 to $23,669; 236; Sanford, down $328 to $20,408; day, June 5th at 3:00 p.m. for reg-
get amount of wor needed pay'$168,591; Winter Haven, up $35,373 Leeaburg, up $1,834 to .$23,353; Pa- and Bradenton, down, $17 'to $38,- ular ,business and program meet-
get oldage Social security -to $110,980; Ft. Lauderdale, up latka, up $975 to .$26,747; Ft. Wal- 438. ing. The president, Mrs. Don.Ruth-
renrts V e t $34,735 to $251,665; Jacksonville, ton Beach, 'up $110 to $46, 418; and land, presided. A very informative
Manager of the Panama City p $33,345 to '$335,435; Hollywood, Lake City, up '$58 to $23,797. David Jenkins' Have Visitors program entitled "Homes for the
cial Security Office. up $28,803 to $201,473; St. Petera- Decreases were reported in Visiting this week with 'Mr. and Needy" was presented.
For benefits to be paid 'to a
worker or his family when he 4
reaches retirement age, dies, r Proposed Re-Districting Of Gulf Co.
comes disabled, he must have
worked under Social Security for
a certain length of time, said
Carey. Just how long a person
must work depends upon, his date L COUNTY
of. birth, or when the payment of C A L H 0 UN OUNTY. .
survivors or disability benefits is To *ou wN .T-- ..
involved, upon the date he dies, or CALM'U'S couyvJL.. -- ... '
'becomes disabled. -
Under the 1920 changes, he point- ''
ed out, many people can become 't. -
insured for the payment of retire- '" '
ment or survivors .benefits more I
quickly. Also many older people" R FRAN K LIN
who did not work for the length -. -
of time required -under the old law "' --. ---.. C U
will now be eligible for payments. :to PANAMAr / ,N"I
Anyone who was told in the past CITY '
that he did not have enough work -
under Social Security to qualify L WAMIwcKA
should get in touch with the So-
cial Security Office now to see it A
he is eligible under this change DISTRICT BOUNDARY--
in t1 helaw. W
As an example, anyone who NTY
reaches retirement age (65 for men C 0 U
and 62 for women) this year will
need to have no more than 310%
years of work. Until the change in I
the law, a person of this age would \
have needed at least 5 years. Also,l \
the survivors of workers who died
after June 1954, and who were not "-'e -A'-I I .
eligible for benefits previously, '- I
may now qualify in many cases. \ WLIS
Anyone who ,believes that he or DISTRICT sOUNARY IN
she may qualify for payments as -----------
a result of this change in the law
should get in touch with the local
Social Security Office promptly,
Carey said. The Panama City So- c
cial Security Office is located at TO PMWAMA EACON o
1135 Harrison Avenue, telephone CI TY L
POplar 3-5331. Free informational
leaflets covering the' changes in 0, -
the law are available upon request. I*01 C


Unemployment i

Payments Increase D

Slightly In May
---- S JO|v' BOUNDARY LINE (
TALLAHASSEE Payments to LONG AVE) L .' K
Florida jobless under the regular
unemployment compensation pro- ST. JOSEPH'S )
gram totaled $4,298,402 in May, G ULF LFo
$299,383 above April. \" '
State Industrial Commission (E A
Chairman A. Worley Brown said, OF. HARBO
"That was really only a slight in-
crease and it was due simply to an M E X I C O T '
increase in the number of 'working t RY.
days in 'May when more claims TO .APAcxICOLA
were paid out than in April in the
Florida State Employment Service
offices. However, payments are o 2 a 4 wMIES
continuing in amounts higher than TO APALACHICOLA S. E
last summer's peak payments."
In 'addition to the payments un-
der the regular program, $1,270,- CAPE MONE,
000 was paid out under the Tempo.- SAN LAS
____ GULF COUNTY


I CHINCH BUGS
ON MARCH AGAIN


Warnings are up for home.
owners attempting to grow St.
Augustine grass. Chinch bugs,
which last summer caused many
thousands of dollars' damage to
this type of turf throughout the
South, are on the march again
now that warmer weather is here.
Chinch bugs are small, black
insects about one-quarter inch
long with whitish wings. They
do their damage at ground level,
down around the base of
Their lot in life is to suck Juips
from the stem, causing the turf
to turn brown and dig.
Controlling chinch b in turf
has been dif-
'fieult to date.
So me home-
owners ha+e
a_ mpted .to
.B col: t them
S(physically) in
a jar and
this, of course,
has its obvi-
Sou limita-
tions. Others
have used chemical treatments,
but until now a compound has not
been available whieh i. both suf-
ficiently destructive to the bugs i
and safe to use. This Spring,
however, a chemical known as
ethios both highly effective
and safe i being introduced
for home lawns. Some ten dif
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ethion are reportedly being mar-
keted throughout the South. )t
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Florida, 97% control of ehin ,i
bugs was measured four week
after application of this chemil,
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817 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florii


CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom hous
apartments. Fur ished or
nished. Call 9-1901, Mrs. J. .
son. t.
FOR RENT: Upstairs urn
apartment. 1505 Monument
Phone 7-5771. tf<
FOR RENT: Furnished apart
Call BAll 7-2665. Mrs. Pau
mer. t
FOR RENT: Small 2 bed
house, unfurnished, at 910
ward Ave. $45 mo. Availab
March 10. Call BAll 7-3661.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished.
meant for couple only. Gall
Morgan Jones. 227-7641.
FOR RENT: One, two and


Joe. sa lo"rida 0. 'tc-8-i1 UNTFRS i6TICE: Save money der construction on Cypresa Ave:
S.on your shells' 'ow while they nue. $500 down, payments, approxi-
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house, los,. Shot gun :shells at $2.00-,per mately $80.00 per month. FPA.
3 bedroom $58 month, water f.ur- -box. Peeples Pawn Shop. 9. New three bedroom home un-
nished. Peoples Pawn Shop have a limit- der construction on Juniper Ave.
Unfurnished -upstairs apartment ed amount of Footballs, Basket $500 down, payments approximate-
2 bedroom 52-2 3rd Street. Phone Balls, Volley Balls, Field Gloves, ly $75.00 per ,monht. FHA.
227-8642. AFC 6-15. Basemen Mitts, Marks, Shin guards 10. New three bedroom home un-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished -Tennis Nets. New rifles, good der construction on on Juniper Ave.
upstairs apt. Close to town. Call used shot guns -and rifles. A lot t5GG down, payments approximately
I Mrs. Hubert Brinson -227-5756. of ladies and gents wrist watches $74.50 per month. FHA.
Cheap. 11. Mortgage 'oans for anyone.
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 bedroom that can qualify.
house $2500 week, utilities includ- MATURE WOMEN who must earn E. TOM PRIDGEON
ed, $75.00 mo. not included. Robert their own li-elihood. Pleasant, pro- Reg. Real Estate Broker
Montgomery, 8th St, St. Joe Beach fitable work. 4 hours daily requir- C. W. Long, Salesman
or A & P. ed in your neighborhood Write Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave.
Avon Mgr. ORENA WILSON, P .0.
FOR RENT: 2-2 ,btdroom, furnish- Box 13103, Tallahassee, Fla. MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann-
ed or iunfurnished House. $50 per ing to move across town or
month. See Bill Carr at 7-8111. WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE across country? Call us for free es-
If you would enjoy working 3 timates. Representatives for May-
FOR SALE: 2 .bedroom house 1308 or 4 hours a day calling regularly flower, experienced and qualified.
Long Ave. Garage and utility each month on a group of Studio SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636. Girl Cosmetic clients on a route Mon. Ave., Phone 7-4051.
to be established in and around
FOR-SALE: Water cooled electric Port St. Joe, and are willing to EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
fan have for either window or 'make light deliveries, etc., write Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
floor use. Verg good condition. ;to STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, wick expert service. tfe
Call 229-1551. Dept. JW-9, Glendale, California.
FOR SALE: St. Joe Beach FivelRoute will pay up to $5.00 per hr. PAINT CONTRACTING
room brick house, two ceramic WILL TAKE CARE of children in JAMES FLOYD
baths, car port, glassed In family my home. Call 227-3078. 3tc, 2141/2 7th St. Highland View
room, -and utility room, deep well,
located on corner lot. Pay equity FOR SALE: Three bedroom insulat-
and take up VA loan. Call C. E. ed home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 13' FSA MeetAN second and fourth.
White at 648-4445. x 150' lot, garbage disposal, TV an- F- ts n anfo
w tenna, all blinds, living room drapes Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
vice FOR .SALE: 1951 Four-Door Mer- included. Equity reduced. Immer- Legion Hall. All members urged to
cury sedan. May be seen at High- late possession, call BAil 7-2311. attend.
ire land View Gulf Service Station. Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Priced at $250. Good Condition. FOR SALE Secretary: J. C. Martin.
Phone: 227-4971 or 227-8382. 1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico WILLIS .V. ROWAN, POST 116,
da FOR SALE: Horse and saddle. Beach on waterfront. 100s143 lot. THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
175. Phone 227-2572. tfc-6-1 Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath. Ing first and third Tuesday
Priced at only $10,975.00. nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
FOR SALE: Moose building on 4th 2. Large -frame house, over 2,000 Home.
St. across from Medical Clinic. ft. of floor space on five -acres of
For information contact G. F. Law- land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,- THERE WILL BE a regular com-
8s0 or ren-ce -or Jack Hammock. 4tc-6-8 600. munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
o rence S Jack Hammock 4tC-6-8 t 3 bedroom house, 1 bath, car- No. 111. F&AM every first aun
anr- 'FOR SALE: Like new RCA Victor ,port and utility room, on Marvin third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
Ander- TV. 30 ft. antenna. $100 cash. Ph. Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
'c-10-6. 229-1741 or see -Mrs. Edward Bond assume balance of $9,461.56 pay-
at White City. tfc-6-8 able at $70.00, per month. JOSEPH C. EVAN W. M.
nihked 4. Lots -at Douglas Landing for JOSEPH C. EVANS, W.
t Ave. FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. fish camps and retirement homes. BILLY JOE RICH, Se.
c-12-29 St. Joe Beach. Phone 648-4286. tfc Terms arranged to suit you. All Master Masons cordially invited
tment. FOR SALE: 1960 Rambler Ameri- 5. Lots to sale at .St. Joe Beach. .AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
l Far. can Station Wagon, 2,300 actual 1 .block from water. Reasonable hour. Cut your lawn and let me
fe-2-16 miles. Like new. $1595. Will take terms. worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
older model car in on trade. Phone 6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomln-
droom 227-5261. tfc-5-18 investment opportunity. i. on. Phone 7-7501.
WeOl- 7. 320 acres of wfoodland, six
le by -PEEPLE'S PAWN SHOP: "Buy, miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap- R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
tkc3-2 sell or trade confidentially with proximately 300 acres planted in St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
confidence". The 11 t tle man's 4-year old pine ees. M., 2nd -and 4th Mondays. All visit-
apart- friend. 401 East Third St. Phone 8. New three bedroom home un- Ing brothers welcome.
I Mrs. 227-3416. tfc-4-20
tfc-4-6
FOR PIANO TUNING and repairs, :::.
three call A. L. Williams, 227-5591. Will : .. s.
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-oearoom houses. Completely iur- be in town until July 1. 2'ip-B-
nished by week or month. Prone
227-7771 or 648-4352. tfc-6-4 HAVE LAWN MOWER-WILL
CUT" Call Buddy or Terry.. Pr.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment, 227-3541. 2ti-6-i
furnished, with living room, kit-
chenette, dinette and -bath. 2 bed- ,FOR SALE: 45'x8' Richardson
room furnished apt. Living and -house trailer with automatic
dineter kitchenete and .bath. Ph. washer. $2,995.00. Call Bill Rich
227-5065. 4 milse South of Port St. at 229-1145. tfic-5-4


THANKS -
-I would like -to take this oppor-
tunity .to extend -my thanks to
Pack 47 of the Cub Scouts and also
the den mothers for the lovely
,picnic table. I have enjoyed work-
ing with the Cub Scouts this past
year and appreciate very much


tures of kindness and sympathy THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. -
shown to us. during the illness and THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 196S_
death of our loved one. 0
Mrs. Nena Croxton home after vacationing in south-
Mrs. Randolph Noble west Texas.
and Family


- CARD OF THANKS -


the help the den -mothers have been I would like to take this oppor-
to 'me. tunity to express my sincere grati-


Once again I say-Thanks.
Gene Anchors

CARD OF THANKS -
We should like to thank all our
friends and neighbors for their ges-

John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary


FOR RENT
On The Beach
2 FURNISHED HOUSES
$60.00 per mo. Each
2 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
$40.00 and $50.00 mo.
SEE -
1. W. DUREN
Phones 227-3171 & 227-5511


tude to the .people -of St. Joe who
showed a concern for me during
my recent illness. I would especial-
ly like to thank the doctors and
nurses who waited upon me.-
May God bless you all.
W. C. Fowhand

CARD OF THANKS
We sincerely wish to thank the
wonderful people of Port St. Joe
for your prayers and the kindness
shown me during .my illness. We
especially thank God for our pas-
tor, Rev. J. C. Odum and also Dr.
Joe Hendrix our doctor. May God
bless all of you.
Mr. W. D. Sykes


Mrs. Amos Visits Daughter -
Mrs. Carrie Amos of Panama
City is visiting her daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne But-
tram.

Spend Week With Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Medwell Hill and-
children are spending this week
with Mrs. Hill's :parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Smith.

Returns From Ozark
Mr. -and Mrs. James C. Traweek
and children, Jimmy and Eugenia
returned home Sunday night .after
accompanying Mrs. Traweek's
mother, Mrs. W. LI Head, to her
home in Ozark, Ala.

Musselwhites' Have Guests '
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite ,


.Hills' Return From Texas have as their guests this week Mr.
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Hill and and Mrs. P. H. Dodson from Bain-
daughters, Dona and Deneice and bridge, Ga. Mr. Dodson is Mrs.
Miss Julie Herring have returned ,Musselwhite's brother.


Formerly OLEN'S--312 Reid


EVERYTHING FOR DAD


SHORT SLEEVE WASH and WEAR
DRESS SHIRTS
SPORT SHIRTS
SM.-MED.-LARGE *Short Sleeve
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SLACKS for Men SWIMTRU
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SLIM, TRIM, LOOK $198and $298

399- pr. Atheletic Supporters- $1


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SPORT HOSE WORK UNIFORMS
GREY-TAN
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3 pr. $145 'PANTS $329


CARP'S DEPT. STORE


312
REID


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INSTALLMENT


GENE'S GULF SERVICE
701 Monument Ave. Phone 9-2531

TOMLINSON'S GULF SERVICE
101 Monument Ave. Phone 227-7501


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Pyle Congratulated by


Ford Motor Company

Otis Pyle, president of St. Joe Motor Co., Port St. Joe, today received
a personal congratulatory letter from Lee A. Iacocca, vice president of
Ford Motor Division general manager, commending Mr. Pyle and his em-
ployes for their part in setting a 36 year Ford sales record.
Ford car and truck sales during May were higher than any other May
since 1925 the heyday of the Model "T".
In his letter to Mr. Pyle, Mr. Iacocca said, "I would like to take this
opportunity to extend my personal congratulations to you and your em-
ployes for helping to make last month the best May Ford sales month in
36 years.
"No &fince the record May of 1925 have Ford dealers sold as many
new cars and trucks during any May sales period an in the month just
past. We think this is a major accomplishment, one that reflects the
strength of the country's economy and the automobile business in particu-
lar."
In closing, Mr. lacocca ,stated, "We think the consistent Ford sales
gains since the first of the year, which you and your fellow dealers made
possible, have helped to encourage this consumer confidence, which has
led the country out of a business recession."
During May, St. Joe Motor Co. sold 16 cars and trucks, an increase
of 30per cent over April and 51 per cent greater than May of last year.
It was the dealership's highest monthly sales during 1961 and the highest
May since 1955.


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