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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
tby WltEY R. RAMSEY
RHave you been wondering where
we were last week? Oh, you did
n't even know we were gone?
Well, you'll just have to hear
about it, even though you didn't
We chauffeured our parents to
Texas and Oklahoma. First we
went to Lubbock, Texas for the
Mize family reunion (Momma's
family) and then went to Oklahoma
to see Daddy's relatives and see
ouT old home place where we lived
,before moving to Florida in 19A0.
We took along our two youngest
sons, -as they wanted to see a cow-
boy and an oil well strike oil. We
saw plenty :of wells that had struck
oil and plenty of people that owned
oil wells and one cowboy on a horse
---all the others were riding pick-
ups pulling their horse behind in a
We saw relatives we hadn't seen
in 20 years and over on both sides
of the family. It's funny how they
have 'grown older. We don't feel
any different at all except when
it comes getting up time in the
,It's funny how you don't realize
what kids have and have not seen.
We visited a cousin in Depew, Ok-
lahonia we used 'to play with as a
kid, and our boys saw their first
cow being milked. Boys-nine and
seven years old seeing their first
cow milked! How about that. The
youngest said he didn't like cow's
milk. He liked the milk that- came
in the paper carton, and refused
to drink until we managed to as-
sure .him it was the same kind of
1One .of our biggest thrills of the
trip was visiting our old hometown
-mow reduced to two stores and a
service station-and one of the
stores burned down the night be-
fore we got there. It used to be
a 'bustling little town, but when the
oil fields played out-in 4hatvidIm ty
:so did the town.
We saw our school teacher of
'the first and sixth grades, Miss El-
sie Haught, still teaching. We saw
one of our old schoolmates, now
Mrs. R. J. Alley-and incidentally
she used to be our girlfriend in
elementary school days. The only
-one of our former playmates still
in' the old home town.
The kids 'got to see a -herd of
buffalo, a few Indians and rocks.
It was an enjoyable trip-the
most enjoyablee part being the drive
back into our own driveway.
Arthur H. Cook
Dies At Overstreet
Arthur Henry Cook of Overstreet
age 73, was found dead in 'his gar-
den Tuesday evening. He had gone
to his garden to work, and his wife
'became worried when he didn't
come back to 'the house. She went
to look for him and found him dead
at about 7:45 Tuesday evening.
Cook was a retired Stewart with
the U. S. Engineers and had lived
in Gulf County for about nine years
at the time of his death.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Annie M. Cook, Overstreet; two
brothers, J. E. Cook of Mariamna
and A. B. Cook of Eustis; five sis-
ters, Mrs. Emma Boggs of Tampa;.
Mrs. Edna Scott, Lakeland; Mrs.
.Marie Mack, Ft. Walton Beach;
Mrs. Bessie H-,dges, Mobile, Ala.;
and Mrs. J. Q. Smitty, Mobile, Ala.
Funeral services will be held at
3:00 p.m., CST, today, from the
Wewahitchka Methodist Church.
Services will be conducted by Rev.
Charlie Parker, assisted 'by Rev.
John P. Thomas and Rev. Hoyt Jor-
dan. The body will lie in state in
the church from 1:30 p.m. 'until
the services. Burial will be in Jehu
Pallbearers will be Alton Hardy,
Purvis Howell, Raymond Hardy,
Quincy Hardy, Jack Mahon and C.
Comforter Funeral Home of r.t
SSt. Joe will be in charge of arrange-
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA
Dr. E. T. Adams, DVM, will be at the City Hall
Fire Station on Friday, June 23, 1961, from 2:00
P.M., EST to 6:00 P.M., EST for the purpose of
vaccinating dogs against rabies.
The amount of $2.00 will be charged for each dog
All persons who own dogs are urged to bring them
to the City Hall Fire Station for vaccination be-
tween the above stated hours, Friday, June 23,
H. W. GRIFFIN,
Chief of Police
City of Port St. Joe, Florida
Local Vitro Corp. Softball Team
Wins In Ft. Walton Beach Tournament
Port St. Joe's Vitro softball Vitro team gave the Port St. Joe
-team traveled to Fort Walton squad some good competition but
Beach last week to compete in the could not win out. The game was
first Vitro inter-site softball game. played under 'the slow-pitch rules.
The game was -played at Eglin Air -The Fort Walton Beach team is a
Force Base and a trophy was later fast-pitch team. Port St. Joe has a
presented to the winner at 'the an-, slow-pitch -team. Ins addition.to the
nual Vitro picnic. regularr slow-pitch style two inn-
The Port St. Joe team nvas the invs of fast-pitch -ball. was-'played.
challenger in 'bhisfirst meetingg of U'ing Bob Joyce on the mound the,
the two teams and won the game Port St. Joe team took^fthz fa*t-
11 to 8. The Fort Walton' Beach pitch innings, 5 to 2.
County Redistricting Issue
Be Decided Tuesday By Commission
City Has Light
Agenda At Tuesday
The Board of City Commission
met Tuesday night, at their regular
time, but had -no business to trans-
The Board did d-iscuss for a few
m'oments.their action of two weeks
ago in which they agreed to let St.
Joe Paper Company holders of a
group hospital' plan to enter the
Municipal Hospital with no -deposit
upoh' 'presentation of their ,policy
Commissioner I. W. Duren offer
ed the opinion that all holders 'of
a recognized insurance be allowed
entrance without -deposit. After a
short discussion 'the Commission
decided to let 'their action stand as
passed two -weeks ago. The reason
-for the limitation was that no way
could be devised to be sure a pa-
tient's insurance was valid and it
is often difficult to ascertain the
amount of 'benefits certain :policies
provide. While with the case of the
mill 'employees insurance, i'ts bene-
fits- are known 'to the hospital, a
holder of a card has valid insurance
and also the employee-administra-
tors of the insurance had agreed
-to police the 'policyholders.
Mayor Sharit asked the Commis-
sioners if they knew whether ar-
rangements had been made to
clean up the debris left 'by the
,burning of th'e Piggly Wiggly Sup-
er Market. Commissioner Duren,
who is in.theih ailing business-said
tha E. J. Rich, owner of -the build-
ing had contracted with him to re-
move -the debris.
Governor Vetoes Costin's
County Road Fund Bill
Boy Hit By Auto
At Mexico Beach
Malcom D. Danford, 12, son of
Sgt. and Mrs. Ludlow Allen of
Route Three, Port St. Joe, received
a broken leg and head injuries at
1:30 p.m. Tuesday when he was
struck by an .automobile while
walking on U. S. Highway 98 .at
Mexico Beach, the F.lorida Highway
The 'boy was walking along -the
shoulder of the road with a friend,
when he started to cross -the high-
way and failed to see ai,.eastbound
automobile driven by Isom L. Cole,
58, 'of Galveston, Texas, Trooper
Ken Murphy hated.
The boy was Aaken to the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital by a
Mrexico Beach resident, treated and
transferred .to Tyndall AFB Hos-
Last Rites Held for
Patricia Cecillar Whitfield, age
s even of Wewahicth-ka passed
Says Bill Cannot Meet State Law
Governor Farris Bryant Tuesday vetoed a local bill that
was introduced in the past session of the Legislature by Rep-
resentative Cecil G. Costin, Jr. The local bill sought to
change the use of the seventh cent gas tax, which accrues
to the County for construction of secondary roads.
The vetoed bills relating to the
gas tax applied to Monroe, Gulf,
St. Lucie, Wakulla and Franklin
The Monroe, Gulf and St. Lucie
County local bills would authorize
Thomas E. Maloney
Taken By Death
Thomas Edward Maloney of Dal-
keith, age 64, was taken .by death
in the Port St. Joe Municipal Hos-
pital last Friday, June 16.
Maloney has been a long-time
resident of this area. He has 'been
an employee of the St. Joe Paper
Company for 20 years. He served
as a mill foreman for 12 years and
'the county commission to use that
county's share 'of the seventh cent
gas 'tax 'to pave streets and munici-
'pal connecting links and 'extensions
within the county without supervi-
sion by the Road Department.
Says Intent Clear
Bryant said the Legislature by
general law clearly spelled out
its intent that 80 per cent of -the
seventh cent should ,be adminis-
'tered by the State Road Depart-
ment for 'the benefit of each indi-
vidual county. He said 'any bill
which sought to place -absolute
control of the seventh cent gas tax
in the county commission was not
in keeping with the basic theory of
state taxation, and would result in
less actual road maintenance in a
for tthe past eight years has operat- given county.
ed the mill pumping station on the-
Chipola River at Dalkeith. He was
away in 'the Bay Memorial Hospital a Legionnaire, a member of the
last Wednesday afternoon follow- Odd Fellows Lodge and a veteran
ing a short illness. of World War I.
She is survived by her parents, Survivors include his widow,
Mr. and Mrs. John Milton Whit- Mrs. Eva Mae Maloney, Dalkeith;
field, Sr., of Wewahi.tchka; two two grandchildren, Judith Ann
sisters, Betty Joe Dykes of Port St. and Shirley Mae Horton of Dal-
Joe and Luella Whitfield of Wewa- keith; one sister Mrs. Dora Barnes
hi.tchka; -two brothers, John Mil-, of Panama City.
ton Whitfield, Jr., and Willie Whit- Funeral services were held from
field of Wewahitchka and her the First Presbyterian Church of
grandmother, Mrs. Luella Whitfield Port St. Joe Sunday, June'18 at
also of Wewahitchka. 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. Boyd B.
Funeral services were held from Underwood officiating. Interment
ments, the First Baptist Church of Wewa-
hitchka with the Rev. W. A. Frye
Returns To School officiating assisted by Rev. Jordan.
Miss Beverly Baldwin has return- Services were held at 3:00 p.m.
ed 'to the summer school session Thursday, June 15. Interment was
of. the University of Florida in in Jehu Cemetery in Wewahitchka.
Gainesville after spending two Comforter Funeral Home of
weeks here with her parents, Mr. Port St. Joe was. in charge of ar-
.and Mrs Doug Baldwin. rangements.
was in Greenwood Cemetery in
Serving as pallbearers were Bob
Smith, At Smith, S. L. Hughes,
Dave Maddox, Lamar Jordon and
-Gulf County Representative,
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., of Port St.
Joe had placed two local bills in
the Legislative hopper concern-
ing distribution of the gas taxes,
popularly known as secondary
road funds. One of Costin's bills
would allow some of these funds
to be spent Inside incorporated
municipalities within the county.
The second bill introduced by
Costin would make it mandatory
that 80 percent of the seventh
cent tax be spent in incorporated
municipalities. This last bill is
the one the Governor vetoed. Cos-
tin's bill allowing money to be
spent in municipalities was ap-
proved by Bryant.
The doomed bill was introduced
by Costin after endorsements from
Tom Smith. the Port St. Joe Junior Chamber
Comforter Funeral Home of Port of -Commerce 'and the Port St. Joe
St. Joe was in -charge of arrange- City Commission. The Gulf County
ments. Commission opposed the bill.
Committee Recommendations To Be Mrs. Brouillette To
Presented To County Board Tuesday
The Gulf County Commission will take up the matter
of reapportionment of the County Commission Districts in
their regular meeting next Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m., Port
St. Joe time. The meeting will be held in the Commission
chambers of the Gulf County Courthouse in Wewahitchka.
Troop 47 Holds
Annual Court of
Boy Scout Troop 4,7 had its an-
nual Honor Court ceremonies Mon-
day night at the Scout Hut with
several Scouts receiving awards
and merit badges.
Those Scouts receiving 'advance
in rank awards were as follows:
SECOND CLASS: Randy Arm-
strong, Tommy Atchison, Roddy
Bowdoin, David Dickey and John
FIRST CLASS: Bobby Bramton,
Ronald Mathis and Junior Nichols.
STAR: Junior Nic&ols.
LIFE: Jake Belin, Pete Fox and
Merit badges were awarded to
the following Scouts:
Pete Fox, badges for -Safety, Fire-
manship, Nature, Citizenfship in Na-
-tion, Citizenship in Community and
Junior Nichols, ibadgas int Animal
Industry, Nature, Citizenship in Na-
tion, Cooking, Swimming, Safety,
Firemanship, Farm Home and Ps
Eamory Cason, badges in, Safety,
Firemanship and Nature.
-Fr ddy Bowdoin, badges in Au-
tomobiling, Scholarship, Athletics,
Citizenship in Nation, Citizenship
in Community, Safety, Fireman.ship,
Public Health, Personal Fitness,
Camping, Rocks and Minerals and
David Henderson, badge for Citi-
zenship in Nation.
Billy Wager, badges for Fishing,
Home Repair, Citizenship in Home,
Citizenship in Naton, Citizenship in
Community and Firemanship.
Rodn'ey Spaulding, badges in
Firemanship, Automobiling, Botany,
Zoology, Radio, Nature, Personal
Fitness, .Citizenship in Community,
Camping, Fishin g, Swimming,
Chemistry and Insect Life.
Bobby Bram'ton, badges in Na-
ture, Safety, First Aid and Cooking.
Lindsey Thursbay, badge in Safe-
Jake Belin, badges in Horseman-
ship, Animal Industry, Citizenship
in Home, Citizenship in the Com-
munity, Citizenship in the Nation,
Nature 'and Scholarship.
Tommy Atchison, badges in Ci-
tizenship in Nation and Nature.
Clyde Farmer, badges in Nature,
Safety, Fishing and Dramatics.
Noble 'Stone, badges in Public
Health, Cycling, Nature and Fish-
Roddy Bowdoin, badges in Na-
ture, Safety, Public Speaking and
Citizenship in Nation.
David Dickey, badges in Citizen-
ship in Nation and Cooking.
Ronald Mathis, badges in Camp-
ing, Cooking and First Aid.
Men's Club Will
Meet Tuesday Night
The Methodist Men's Club of the
First Methodist Church will meet
on Tuesday evening, June 27, in the
Fellowship Hall of the Church at
7:00 p.m. Supper will be served by
-the ladies of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service at $1.00 per
'plate and a helpful and inspiring
program will follow. All Methodist
Men are invited and other Interest-
ed men of the community will be
Mrs. Herbert J. Brouillette, Art
Supervisor for Gulf County is leav-
ing Thursday, June 15, for Missis-
sippi to 'accept an invitation to
conduct an Art Workshop for Mis-
sissippi's Public School Teachers
at Blue Mountain College, Blue
This is the fifth North Missis-
sippi Teachers Workshop, to 'be
held for the .State's Public Teach-
ers working toward -more effective
Mrs. Brouillette will also stop
enroute at uiil .Par-College. Gulf-
port, Mississippi, whereee -she was
formerly head of the Arts Depart-
ment, and 'at "Ole Miss-" The
University of .Mississippi at Ox-
ford to visit with friends.
School At End
Judge Appointmen The Vacation Bible School at the
udge App it nt First Methodist Church will close
on Friday after a most successful
Governor Farris Bryant Tuesday two-week session. A closing exer-
ap;pointed Bay County Judge Jo- cise will -be held at 10:00 a.m. and
seph Bailey to a circuit judgeship all parents and friends 'are invited
to -succeed the late E. Clay Lewis, to come and share with the boys
Jr., who died Thursday, April 27. an i girls in -the things they have
Bailey Will -serve the 14th Circuit learned and the work they have
comprising Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, done. Visits will be made to the
Holmes, Jackson and Washington rooms to view the hand-work and
Counties. a program will be presented in 'the
Other judges in the circuit are Fellowship Ha ll. Refreshments
Robert McCrary, Jr., Maria'ina and will be served to those .present in
W. L. Fitzpatrick, Wewahitclika. each. of the rooms.
Graduates From U. S. Navy School
Frank LeHardy, Jr., son of Frank LeHardy, Sr., of this city
is shown above right being congratulated by Captain J. G. Hedrick
of the U. S. Navy upon his graduation from the U. S. Naval School
Pre-Flight and his commissioning as an Ensign in the U. S. Naval
THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1961
The matter of reapportionment
was brought up before the Com-
mission Tuesday, May 23 and a
plan of reapportionment presented
to the Board for their study.
Florida law calls for the rear-
raingem'ent ,of County Commissioner
Districts ;on odd years on a popu-
lation basis-the Districts to be as
nearly equitable in population as
The re-apportlonment plan was
presented to the County Board as
a result of several editorials in The
Star -earlier this year, urging this
After being presented the plan
in the May meeting, Commissioner
Leo Kennedy moved 'that each
Commissioner appoint a represen-
tative from his district to meet
with Jayoee President R. H. Ell-
zey 'to study the reapportionment
and make their recommendation to
the -County Board.
A committee composed of Frank
Pate, Chuck Gibson, J. B. Harris,
Dave Gaskin and -Edwaird Band$
jough was appointed by 'the County
Board, representing -each district
in-the County. The group had sev-
eral meetings with E1;y., 'the Jay-
cee representative and *iave work-,
ed out a proposal to offer to the
The recommendation of 'the com-
mittee will be presented to the
Board on Tuesday night.
White Hinote Marriage Announced
MR. AND MRS. B. J. WHITE of Opelkia, Ala., announces the marri-
age of their daughter Sheila Lee to Terrence Wilton Hinote, Jr-
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hinote of Port St. Joe, Florkda. The wed-
ding was solemnized at 5 p.m., June 2 in the Chapel of the First
Baptist Church of Auburn, Ala., with the pastor of the church,
Rev. John H. Jeffers, officiating 'at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Hinote are students at Auburn. University, and will reside in
Mrs. Milton Anderson
i Hostess To WSCS Circle 4
The regular monthly meeting of
thbe MNethoadist WSCS Circle No.
1 Four was held at 'the home of Mrs.
NMi[ton Anderson on Monday, June
19, t 9:30 a.m.- wih.,Mrs. Anderson,
co-chairman, ,presiding in the ab-
'ence. of 'the chairman, Mrs. Joe
Members attending were Mrs.
Paul Blount, Mrs. H. Stikes, Mrs.
H. C. Brown, Mrs. Jake Belin,. Mrs.
W. E Boyer, Mrs. Edwin Ramsey,
Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. C. Currey,
M rs. Don Rutland, President 'of the
WSCS and ,Mrs. M. Anderson.
Invocation 'was 'given by Mrs. J.
Thle devotionall was led 'by Mrs.
Brow an. 'Program chairman, Mrs.
Belin gave 'ashbort talk on Mission-
ary Efforts in Brazil with Mrs.
Temple iand Mrs. Ramsey.'helping
w.i hh the 'discussion.
Mrs. Rutland passed out mtmber-
shi cards to 'those present.
l.t was suggested that anyone
HONORED WITH PARTY who had toys available to take
them to the nursery at the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Peavy iMims of 140f The meeting closed with the
Long. Avenue honored their daugh- members repeating the WSG'S
ter, Tammy Ray, with a party on benediction.
her 'third birthda-', Wednesday, Mond'ay, July 17, the WSCS will
June 7 at 5:00 p.m. meet with Mrs. Jake 'Belin.
I Formal.Tea Honors Melody Rebekah Lo
' Miss Ann Ward President With Banc
Miss Annette Ward, who will ,be- By Mrs. Mary Weeks
come the bride of 'Harry Paul Ti- Melody Rebekah Lodge was host
son, Saturday, June 24, was hon- to the banquet staged in the St.
ored 'at a formal tea Saturday af- Joe Motel Friday evening, June 9
ternoon in 'the Silas R. 'Stone home honoring Mrs. Gaynell Wightman
cn 16th .Street, ,by Mrs. Silas R. of Miami, Presdient of the Rebekah
Stone and Mrs. Boyd Herbert Assembly of Florida.
Munn. The home was decorated for The banquet table was artistic-
the gay occasion-by many arrange- ally decorated in ,Mrs. Wightman's
ments of pastel .spring flowers,. chosen flowers and colors. The
Guests were greeted .upon their place cards were round in pale
arrival and introduced to the re- .green color with gold border the
ceiving line composed of Mrs. center being embossed with a :gold-
Munn, Mrs. Stone, Miss Ward, the .en three links and "R" representing
honoree, Mrs,. Massey Ward, the the Rebekah Order of Odd Fellow-
honoree's' mother and Mrs. Henry ship.
Dandridge, the honoree's sister. | d
Punch, petit forces and dainty' Mrs. Addie G'oodson was Mistress
mints and nuts were served .from of Ceremonies and graclodsly pre-
a beautifully appointed table. seated Mrs. Flarazelle Connell,
Caring ftor the guests were Miss who gave the prayer. Mrs. Mary
-Brenda Ward, Miss Connie Munn, Weeks who saluted the guests with
Miss Betty Ward and Miss Bobby a hearty, cordial welcome and
Ward, cousins of the honoree. Mrs. htella Chestnut of Lynn Ha-
Approximately 150 guests called ven who responded in :a neighbor-
during the appointed hours from ly and sisterly manner in behalf of
four until seven p.m. the guests. Mrs. Goodson thelln in-
The honoree is the daughter of' toduoed Mrs. Lois Daniell, Noble
.- I-n of Melod*rr Tde who, n inre-
dge Honors State
quet On June 9
Miss Ruth Lynn ,Ramsey, bride
elect, was the honoree at a Coke
party given Friday morning at the
Henrdix beach cottage. Hostesses
were Mrs. Cecil Curry and Mrs.
Summer flowers were used to
decorate. Miss Ramsey was pre-
sented a brown earnthern-ware cof-
fee .server iby the hostesses.
Invited guests were Mrs. Ed
Ramsey, mother of the brid.e-elect,
Miss Mary Dell Ra~msey, sister of
the bride-elect, and the following
Mrs. Benny Roberts, Mrs. Billy
Quarles. Jr., Mrs. Ferrell Allen, Jr.,
Mrs. Jimmy Costin, Mrs. Tommy
Pridgeon, Mrs. Bo Bray, Mrs. Bob-
by Watts, Miss Bobby Ward, Mrs.
Stephen Tarantino, Mrs. Dillon
Smith, Miss Neesie Lilius, Miss
Sandra Brown, Mrs. Silas R. 'Stone,
Mr. .and Mrs. Massey Jernigan 'E.......... e r1 .
Ward of Mobile, Ala., and the bride- sensed the following notable guests s. George Tapper, Mrs. Joe Hen-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. with harmony and fellowship; Mrs. drix, Mrs. Bill Whaley, Mrs. Sid-
Edward Tison of Bonifay. Gaynell Wightman of Miami, cur- ney Brown, Mrs. Basil Kenney, r.,
The wedding will be held in the rent President of the Rebekah As- and Mrs. John Robert Smith.
First Methodist Church in Port St. sembly of Florida; Dewitt Crosby
Joe., 'of St. Petersburg, Grand Master by Mrs. Hul'ean, Thames, Mrs. Ad-
S _______ of the Grand Lodge 'of Florida; *die Goodson, Mrs. Rene Tynes, Mrs.
Mrs. 'Olive F. Crosby of St. Peters- Lessie V. Byrd, Mrs. ,Ruth McCor-
Final Wedding ,burg, Past President; Mrs. Jessie .mick, Mrs. Elsie Griffin,-Mrs.: Von-
Schrieber of Pensacola, Past Presi- cille Miller, Mrs. Hazel Sims, Mrs.
l A dent; Mrs, Jessie Hilton of Panama Merle Weeks, Mrs. Jessie Owens
ln Announc City, District Deputy President of and Mrs. Flora Long which con-
D- district Number Two. The guest .sisted of intoning the rhythm, re-
Final wedding ,plans have been list included Mr. Wightman, hus- solution, temperament, .po etry,
completed for the. Ward-Tison wed- band of Mrs. Gaynell Wightman ,team-work, romance and medley
ding 'Saturday, June 24 at 5:30 p.m. 'and guests from Lynn Haven, Pan- contained in the 'meaning of Melody
in the First Methodist Church. ama City and Wewahitchka in addi-' which provides 'the members of M'el-
All relatives and friends 'of the :tion 'to those named. ody Lodge with sufficient reason
couple are invited to attend. The fellow-feeling of amity and to be proud of their name. This was
goodwill' that prevailed was an in- followed .by the presentation of her
Sspiration to 'all present. gift from the Lodg.,e She responded
Date Set for The evening was concluded at most ardently.
the American Legion Hall where A 'reception at which punch and
Arnold-Butts the Lodge met in regular session, cake were served 'to the guests
/ amid a very colorful setting har- gave ,an amiable close 'to a delight-
Final wedding plans are annou-n- moniously produced ,by beautiful ful 'evening.
ced for Miss Melba& Butts and floral arrangements and artistic -
A-2C Dennis Edward Arnold. MISS lighting. Visiting Pates
Butts is thedwdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lois Daniell :presided here Mrs. Alice Harvey and children
Mrs. Henry A. Butts of this city and a very fitting original courtesy of Tampa are visiting with Mr. and
and Arnold is the son of Mr. and was extended *to Mrs. Wightman Mrs. Frank 'Pate.
Mrs. George W. Arnold of Edgar-
town. The couple' will be wed on
Saturday, June 24 at 4:00 p.m. A l
Miss Butts attended the Port St. l
Joe 'High, School and Mississippi U V Nl ,.B U Y 1
Southern College at Hattlesburg.
SheI i now teaching at Callaway I TS Ui
Elementary School in Panama COity.
-TAirman Arnold is a graduate W ITH
dgartown High ,School, and is sta-
tioned at Tyndall' Air Force Base at
Panama City. V WF _91v1%
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pate, Sr., of
Andalusia, Ala., spent last' 'week
visiting their son'and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Pate, Jr.
SSays W. J. Barber In Charge of Chevrol
THE STAR, Port 8. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1961
5 f't *" '. ,-c ,
Miss Margaret 'Leigh Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Eugene Martin announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter
Margaret Leigh, to Kenneth Earl Corbin of Panama City, i
Florida. The wedding will be held in the First Baptist
Church, July 10. No invitations are being sent, but all
friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph
Gregory Wayne on June 19.
;Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eugene Ab-
rams of 1901 Garrison Avenue an-
nounce the birth of a baby boy on
Mr. and Mrs. Will Mmurow
Johnson announce the *birth of a
son Dewayne Murrow. on June 9.
(All births occurred at 'the
Carver announce the birth of a son, Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
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SApproved procedures for'bot
the mechanical and, appea:
ance reconffitioning 'of O]
is I ,1 Used Cars and Trucks."
W. J. BARBER
REMEMBER- FLOYD CHEVROLET'S OK
USED CARS AND TRUCKS ARE COMPLETELY
RECONDITIONED... 5 WAYS BETTER--
2 RECONDITIONED FOR
S RECONDITIONED FOR 4 RECONDITIONED FOR
J. PERFORMANCE 4. VALUE
SOME VERY SPECIAL
OK USED CAR BARGAINS
@ FLOYD CHEVROLET CO. @
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
SHOP OUR LOT FOR A WIDE
SELECTION OF RECONDITIONED
A-1 OK USED CARS
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Published Every Thursday At 306 Willitams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publshing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSE Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161
Entered as second-claes matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $L75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word I- given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly oonvinces.
no spoken word is lost; the printed word en.t
Driver License System Step In Right Direction
On the Labor Day week end, Florida begins the change-
over to the,new, system of issuing and renewing drivers' licen-
'- ses in the State. Now we will renew our licenses in an or-
derly manner, once every two years during our birthmonth.
Someone had a happy thought when the Labor Day
week end was selected to inaugurate this new system, because
it emphasizes the importance of the new regulations in pro-
viding greater safety to all of us. Labor Day week end is
usually one marred by a high death and accident rate on our
It will be pleasant to renew our licenses, under the new
system, without standing in line every year. More impor-
tantly, though, we hope that this program will provide tight-
er control over irresponsible drivers, reduce the number of
improper licenses that have plagued our enforcement offi-
cials and law abiding citizens, and contribute to greater safe-
ty to Florida's drivers and pedestrians.
Governor Bryant, the members of the Legislature, the
Florida Citizens Advisory Committee on Highway Safety,
and the Department of Public Safety are to be applauded for
having developed this program.
We think the new driver licensing system is a step in
the right direction.
A Little Housecleoning Is In Order
It's funny how we tend to become insensible or negli-
gent to the things that are about us each and every day.
Take the matter of cleanliness in our city. We travel
our city streets every day and literally pay no attention to
our surroundings as we drive along, as we are familiar with
where we are and cease to take a look at what is there for us
to see. It happens to me and we know it happens to you.
Let's take a '"for instance".
How about taking a drive down the boulevard today.
While we expect you to take this drive in a safe manner, take
enough time to take a glance about you. The sides of the
road and the planted area between the two traffic lanes of
the boulevard are t.tered with paper, bottles, cans, etc. WeI
tend to not see them, because we do not look for them.
This is one of the main entrances' into Port St. Joe and
it should be kept in a presentable condition. It is the first
impression many people get of our City. Let's make it a good
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T-HE STAR, Port St, Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1961
This condition of litter prevails over most of the other
streets also, but it should especially be e9rrected on the bou-
levard and other approaches to our city.
Factory Reconditioning Expert Offers
Instruction At Floyd Chevrolet Co.
Woodrow J. Barber, Chevrolet on used car reconditioning, Mr.
used car reconditioning instructor Floyd made the following state-
arrivde Tuesday morning to spend ments.
the week with Floyd Chevrolet Co.,
to teach Floyd's reconditioning per-
sonnel the very latest 'methods of
reconditioning used cars.
Calvin A. Floyd, owner of the lo-
cal automobile dealership, invites
everyone to come by his dealership
this week and weet "Woody" Bar-
ber and see first hand just what
is 'being done and taught by this
A 'delegation from Melody Theta
Rho Girls Club No. 10 attended the
State Assembly in Stuart, June 16
and 17. Those representing the club
were Pat McCormick, Katrina Fer-
ris, Marjorie Woolford, Janet Good-
man, Libby Harper, Mary Carolyn
Lyons, Judy Williams, Janet Staf-
ford, Patti Lou Gaskin, Sandra
BAxley, Fran Gunn and Dianne Bi-
better serve 'our customers and to Local girls serving in this assem-
give 'them more value for their bly were: Pat McCormick, vice-
money. We feel that by taking ad- president; Marjorie Woolford, left
vantage of this factory training we supporter to the Worthy President;
can come one step closer to giving Dianne Bishop, right supporter to
you our customers the nicest, clean- the vice president; Sandra Baxley,
est and most dependable used cars third herald. The other girls sang
.-Jy ---Glf Offes
Jolly Golf Offers Free
Grab Bag AttWndaice Prizes
S .Free Grab Bag attendance prizes
are to be given away to -children
Friday, Sa)turday and Sunday at .the
-. Jolly Golf Fun Center in Mexico
Baech. All children are invited to
come and share in the free awards.
The more children attending, the
more grab ,bag oprises to be given.
At least 50 grab bags ,even a hun.
dred or more will be given away
absolutely free of charge. So all
you boys and' girs, come and get
your free tickets. ,,
CALVIN A. FLOYD Drawings for the grab 'bags will
be held twice a day, at 3:00. p.m.
factory expert. in the afternoon and at 8:30 in -the
In explaining his reason for se- evening all' 'three days, Friday, Sat-
curing the services of the factory urday 'and Sunday.
KILLERS OF CHILDREN
Diphtheria mastoiditis scarlet fever
pneumonia! These were some of the big
diseases-the big killers of children-a quarter-
century ago. But today, we rarely hear of any-
one dying from one of these diseases. The ex-
planation? Thes diseases have been conquered
by neWy drugs-drugs that were unknown 25
years ago-but are now found in every drug
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
Two Free Parking Spaces for Your Convenience
at Our Back Door
DRIVE-IN WINDOW IN REAR OF STORE
A .fikc'. Ol u uut locto olt Medlicine
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
SUN WITH CAUTION
The sun has a stimulating and
beneficial effect on the human
body. The tissues of persons
exposed to plenty of outdoor
sunlight appear in better condi-
tion than do those on whom the
ultraviolet rays of the sun sel-
dom fall. Sunlight also seems
to have good effect on the tone
and vigor of the muscles, includ-
ing the muscles of the intestinal
tract and the heart.
The p o w e r f u invigorating
property of the sun, although it
is 93 million miles away, has a
tonic effect on the entire human
body, giving a feeling of well-
being and buoyancy. Following
pleasant sunbaths, the nervous
system is more at ease and even
the mind seems stimulated. Sun-
light produces many wholesome
responses in the human organ-
ism. Proper exposureto the sun
may increase the general me-
tabolism, improve sleep and ap-
petite, raise resistance to bac-
terial infections and "tone up"
As with many other good
things, too much sun can do
much harm. Overexposure to
sunlight can cause painful and
serious injury to the skin, bring
on fevers and headache and
even cause malignant growths.
Farmers, sailors, fishermen and
gardeners who are excessively
exposed to the sun are especially
-subject to cancer of the face and
The process of tanning is-an
individual matter which depends
upon a person's type of skin.
Hurrying to get a tan by in-/
tensive exposure in a short time
often causes a. sunburn, in some
instances of such severity as to.
need medical care. Anyone who
Sever has experienced such a con-
dition will be quick to avoid it
in the future.
in the choir. nation the local girls put on a very
Pat M.cOormick 'was elected state impressive candle lighting ctere-
presid-ent, and' was- installed 'at the mony, entited "The Light of the
regular installation of ,officers Sat- Cross".
urday night, June 17. Other girls
of the local club selected as ap- Billy Mlton Johnon and Mrs.
pointive officers were: 'Sandra Bax- Anne Stafford assisted in driving.
ley, marshal; Fran Gunn, conduct- Tlhe advisors acomopanying the
or; Mary Carolyn Lyons, right sup- girls were, Mrs. Flora Long and
porter 'to the worthy president. Mrs. Ruth McCormick and C. W.
Immediately following the instal- Long, joint youth committeeman.
Garrison at 20th
Prayer. Service (Thursday) --- 7:45
Sunday School .....--- 10:00
Morning Worship----------- 1100
Evening Worship -_... 7:45
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
ANOTHER BIG REASON BEHIND THE BIG BOOM IN FORD SALES:
Galaxie styling is inspiring more admiration
(and imitation) than any other car on the road!
This is the look that started with Thunderbird
-sired the Galaxie-and quickly became the
styling success of the Sixties.
Many cars have tried to copy it. No car has
succeeded.' Incomparably beautiful, the 1961
Galaxie maintains its distinction-as originals
Styling is only part of Galaxie's distinction:
this is the car that's beautifully built to take
care of itself. The '61 Ford goes 30,000 mles
between chassis lubrications 4,000 miles
between oil changes. Brakes adjust automati-
cally. The muffler is built to last three times as
long as ordinary ones. The body is specially
treated to resist rutt and corrosion. The finish
never needs waxing.
Wouldn't it make sense to STOP spending .
money on an old car that can never do for you
what a new Ford can do?
SWAP right now while your Ford Dealer's ,
sales are booming-and the swapping is easier
than it's ever been before.
SAVE with the Ford that makes saving fun!
FOR" VISION, & M,
Today is the day to STOP... SWAP... SAVE
ST. JOE MOTOR C
Port St. Joe
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.al
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
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.
MEXICO BEACH LAUNDERETTE
Fluff Fold Coin Machines
Behind the Shopping Center Playground for Children
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You Are 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 Conditonned 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.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -----. 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 pa..
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ---.- 7:30 p.nr.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
5 HEL L0a#R~_ -A--- .. L. L
*h j, a fart St. Jo*, iA. Dle0 Datittath1dit viiie Wti keeptii lwa) Jora0nt ia bh
THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1961 ,,ted if the county ooh:dn't do It, thoughts and deeds th needs of -
own work. The Board was advised Gulf County; and
that It would take special legsla- WHEREAS, GOD has called our
Minutes of The Lion before the Cotthty could oper- beloved friend and faithful fellow
ate its own Secondary Road system, member of the Board of County
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD The Game and Fresh Water rFish Commissioners to his everlasting
-- Commission ,was r-quested to close reward;
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA the Dead Lakes to all fishing dur- NO W, THEREFORE, BE IT
June 13, 1961 ing the months of April and May. KNOWN that the Board of County
The Board of County Commia- The Board authorized ren al pay- Commissioners do hereby express
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, met ments of $3,05 per month to the lo- their deepest sympathy -) the tam-
this date in regular session with cal REA for the lighting of the ily of the said COLEMAN W.
the following members present: E. West Arm Bridge Wayside Park. THARPE and do hereby signify
C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Leo Ken- The Board discussed .budget prob- and express, on their own behalf
nedy, Neva S. Croxton, A. J. Strick- lems for the next fiscal year but and on behalf of the entire Coun- I
land and James H. Greer. The made no decisions at this time. ty, their remorse and mourning for
Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road Su- Mr. Robert Sidwell invited the the loss of Coleman W. Tharpe, a
-perintendent, Engineer and Civil Board to attend the State Civil De- faithful, courageous ai.,a truf ea.
Defense Director were also present. fense Meeting to ,be held at the Mo- public servant;
The meeting came to order at tel St. Joe on June 29, 1961 to July BE IT REduLVED that this me-
9:00 a.m. 1, 1961. moral be made a part of the Pub-
Ohairman Harden opened the The following resolutions were lic Records of Guif County, ljorida,
meeting with prayer. unanimously adopted by the Board, and that a copy hereof be mailed
The minutes of May 9, 12, and 23 to-wit: to Mrs. Mary K. Tharpe, widow, of
were read, approved and adopted. R SOLUTION our lat belovedd member and friend
The Chairman announced that due WHI- RAS, G. S. Croxton, ser- Coleman W. Tharpe. (end-).
to the death of Commissioner ved as a member of the Board of All payrolls for the month of
Tharpe, .the Board is without a County Commissioners of Gulf May, 1961, were approved and rati-
Vice-Ohairman and called for nom- County, Florida, from January filed as paid.,
nations. Whereupon, Commission- 1957 to May 8, 1961; and, A financial report on ali coun y
er Greer nominated Commissioner WHEREAS, the said G. S. Crox- funds was read to the Board.
Kennedy for Vice-Chairman for the ton rved the Board of Coun'y The bills were ordered paid.
balance of 1961. There being no tonT served th Board of coun There being no further business
other nominations, Commissioner Commissioners with distinction cme before the Boar
Kennedy was unanimously leected and served his district and Countytocomhen adj before the Board, it din.
fof with dignity and honor, keeping al- then adjourn.
Vicehairman for the balance ofways-oremost in his thoughts and ATTST:. Harden, Sr.
1961.u deeds he needs ,of ulf .County; George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
The Road superintendent dis- deeds the needs of Gulf County; Clerk Chairman
played pictures of the 'Odena Road and -
and said that this road was a joint WHEREAS, GOD has called our m
project with Franklin County and beloved friend and faithful fellow
theSt. Joseph's, Land and Develop- 'member of -the Board of County
ent CompJoseph Land and Dvelop- Com.missioners to his everlasting Fo Pl ting It'S
The Board entered into a gener- reward;
al discussion of road problems in NO0W, THEREFORE BE IT T II A
the Count. Commisisoner Strick- KNOWN that the Board of County I E STAR T
land discussed the recently com- Commissioners do hereby express
pleted paving projects, First Street their depeest sympathy to the famn-
in Port St. Joe and the Industrial ily of the said G. S. Croxton and do
Road and .stated .that these two hereby signify and express, on their
projects have already been patched own behalf and on behalf of the
in several places; that this Board entire County, their remorse and ON THE RADIO
should look into -this matter. The mourning for the loss of G. 'S. Crox- MORNING
Engineer was instructed to contact ton, a faithful, courageous and tru-
the State Road Department .and ly great public servant;
ascertain, if possible, the reason BE IT RESOLVED that this .me-
these two projects were not up to morall be made a part of the Pub- EVU O IUIO
standard. The Engineer reported lic Records of Gulf County, Florida, : D
that a, financial report from the and that a copy hereof ,be mailed onday riday
State Road Department, dated to Mrs. Neva S. Croxton, widow, of Monday thru Friday
sometime last year showed 'that our late beloved member and 9:05 A.M.
Gulf County would have $40,000.00 friend, G. S. Croxton (end).
in its secondary road fund at the RESOLUTION With Local Ministers of the
'beginning of the fiscal year of June WHEREAS, Coleman W. Tharpe,
1, but that the latest financial re- sreved as a member of the Board Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
l port shows that Gulf County has of County Commissioners 'of Gulf liance.
'no funds 'available in this fund. The County, Florida, from January 1957
Engineer was requested to deter- to April 15, 1961; and Presented As A Public Service
-mine, if possible, what has happen- WHEREAS, the said Coleman
ed to the $40,000.00. Commissioner W. Tharpe served the Board of By Your Loca. Radio Station
Kennedy stated that the Secondary County -Commissioners with distinc- -WJOE.
Road Projects appear to cost the tion and served his district and
County too much under the State County with 'dignity and honor,
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Stewing-4 to 6 lb. Avg.
HENS lb. 29c
Super Right Lean Meaty Pork
Spare Ribs lb. 39c
Super Right Western Beef
Minute Steaks 89c
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PEACHES 3for 89ct
ICE MILK oGa. 45c
DEL MONTE CHUNK
TUNA 4for 99c
CUT-RITE-125 ft. Roll
WAX PAPER roll 27 c FRESH
SCOTTIES-Box of 400 PLUMS
Facial TISSUE box 27 c
Sophie Mae--14 Oz. Box
Peanut Brittle 399c
2 for 33c
You've got it made.. .when you've got it saved!
Your future security doesn't depend on what you earn, I NG
but on how much of your earnings you hold onto. So aS. .I"
save regularly with us. Your savings are safe and earn UP-o0
excellent returns, while you are building your security. A-
Where you save does make a difference !
This office closed friday afternoon, June 30 to post dividends and Tuesday July 4
Citizens' Federal Savings and Loan Association
OF PORT ST. JOE
Savings in 'before the July 10 will earn 6 full months interest at 4% per annum
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reg. 24c SWAN LIQUID 22 oz. 65c
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riant 81c BISCUITS 2 for 19c
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Gold Medal Plain or Self Rising
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Minute Maid Frozen Concentrated
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Chase & Sanborn-Reg. or Drip
qt. 69c COFFEE lb. 73c
fiant 69c PEPSODENT giant 53c
box 33c TOOTH PASTE reg. 31c
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2 loaves 33c
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Saturday, June 24
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What's AmeriCa's favorite dessert? Pie, of course! When the
occasion calls fodr'a light, refreshing dessert, serve an eye-catch.
ing chiffon pie, Lime Coconut Chiffon Pie will be a good choice-
its pale green color and lime flavor spell out C-O-O-L refreshment.
A tender, pie crust is a must with this light-as-a-cloud chiffon
filling. You can make a wonderful pastry with self-rising flour.
This flour, so cohv'.nient for making biscuits and other quick
breads, produces an unusually tender, flavorful pastry.
It's easy to add glamour to this lime pie. A ring of whipped
cream offers a pleasant contrast to the pretty green filling.
A twisted slice of fresh lime on top gives a -hint of the
pie's tangy flavor.
LIME COCONUT CHIFFON PIE
1 cup sifted enriched self- 3 tablespoons ,,v.i water
rising flour (aboutV
/4 cup shortening
Cut or rub shortening into flour. SprteXle with water, mix-
Ing lightly until dough begins to stick together. Turn out on
, floured board or .pastry cloth and press dough together. Roll
out I/s inch thick and line 9-inch pie pan. Trim pastry 1 inch
larger than pie pan, fold under edge and flute. Prick bottom
and sides of pie'shell with fork. BEcke in very hot oven (450*F.)
about 10 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool and fill with
a; 1 :. L U :LLME-COCONTTTT FILLING
1 tableipoothi ihflaVrcd cup lime juice
lati.-" .I 1 cup chopped flaked coconut
1/4 eup cold Water ', Green food coloring
4 -eggs,.separated d teaspoon salt
V/ cup sugar 1/2 cup sugar
1 teaspoon grated lime r:nd
Sbfteni'gelatin in" water. In top of double boiler, mix egg
yolks, -cup -sugar, lime rind and juice. Cook over boiling
water: about 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Stir in softened' gela-
tin natil, completely .dissolved. Mix in coconut and food coloring.
Beat egg whites and salt until stiff. Gradually beat in- % cup
sugar.- Fold beaten egg whites into lime mixture. Turn into
cooled, pie shell and .,chill until set.. Decorate with whipped
creahin1 i desired. Makes one.9-inch pie.
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Directed by PAUL WENDKOS
Don't worry if your finances
won't permit- a vacation in Europe
or a trip to South America. If you
are lucky enough to 'be a Floridian
you are sitting on top of one of
'the most delightful vacation pack-
ages to b found anywhere in the
world. Your own. state.
You 'may think that the fields
are greener elsewhere, but they
,aren't. Florida has as much to of-
fer the summer vacationer as any-
where else I know.
While trips to other countries or
out of state are 'alluring, when you
check them against what Florida
fully and enjoy every minute of
See Florida this summer and I
venture to say you will find it the
'most delightful vacation you ever
TALLAHASSEE The Depart-
ment of Public Safety will distrib-
ute before September 1, a million
tHk 81tAk, Oort St. Joe, Fla.
years will get a two-year license
good until that month 1963.
Those born in even numbered
years will get a license for one
year, or until his birt'h.mont'h in
1962 and then will be issued a two-
year license good until 1961.
Throughout next year, 1962, the
same. system will apply. Persons
born in an even ,,ear will n-b a
,has to offer for much les you'll pamphlets explaining 'he new birth- two-year license; those born in
think twice before investing your month issuance of drivers' license, odd numbered year will get a
hard earned savings in, a wild It will be one of the fastest and year permit good until their
goose chase, most far-reaching educationelI pro month of birth and then the re]
If you live In north or northwest grams ever undertaken in the statL al will be every two years f
Florida you can get all the change to acsuaint drivers with how the then on.
of scenery you want by taking a ,system works.
trip to the south or central part of Question 'and answer pamphlets
the state. Just bundle the family will be 'distributed through outlets Overstreet PlanS
In the oar and .get going. such as County Judges' offices,
Visit Tampa and St. Petersburg, Florida Highway Patrol stations,
the Gulf Beaches. You will find service stations and principal gro- Clean-U
points of intreest all along the ce and shopping center locations.
route. 'See Weeki Wachee Spring The 1961 Legislature authorized All day Saturday, June 24,
with its fabulous underwater thea- issuance of the driver permits ev- ,people in, the Overstreet area
tre and jungle river cruise, Tur-
ner's Snk.en Gardens, Tampa's Fai- T W
ryland and the Busoh Gardens. T T
Swing into cuetral Florida and
see such outstanding attractions as
Rainbow .Springs, Silver Springs, Ths akborne automobile was
the Citrus Tower and others bn child of an English
Then journey on to Miami and inventor. It had a fish-shaped
.the fabulous Gold Coast. See they with small wings protrud
mysterious Everglades, the cane body with sma wings protrud. -
fields and cattle country, stop at Lng from its sides and a huge
Clewiston Inn and let them arrange balloon flying above for balance.
a fishing trip for you on Lake Okee- It WAS SUPPOSED to enable a
ohiobee where the big bass are motorist to rise to new heights -,
waiting. at will but there was a complete -
Enjoy the thrill of the Magic letdown when it was tried. It
City with its.many attractions in- didn't work .
eluding the SeaquaTium, Monkey W
Jungle, Parrot Jungle and many
'If you live in South Florida and
want something different reverse
the route ,and enjoy the red clay
hills of Leon, the pine forests, Wa-
kulla Springs, Florida Caverns
State Park, and such interesting
cities as Pensacola, Panama City,
Marianna, Tallahassee and many
No matter where you go north,
south, east or west you 'will find
something 'to Interest and enter-
tain. No state offers greater con-
trasts or more changing scenery.
You will find wayside parks ev-
erywhere 'you go with picnic tables
and other facilities. At our numer-
ous State Parks you. will find
splendid accommodations whi le
good motels and eating places are
always at hand with prices to
meet your pocket book.
The most fun is to start out with
no particular destination in view.
Just mosey along, ,stopping where
you find something of interest,
swim, fish, golf, see a picture
show or go night clubbing, what-
ever suits your fancy, only don't
hurry, take your time, drive care-
A Service d Your Doctor o Medicine.
Your Local Medical Society and the
iorids Medical Associatioun.
STROKES NEED NOT
Ideally, the disabled person
who has suffered a stroke should
be started promptly on the road
to rehabilitation. Unfortunately,
however, there are thousands of
persons who have been disabled
for years by strokes which oc-
curred long ago. Many of these
people are lying ia beds or sit-
ting helplessly in chairs, unable
to get about, unable to care for
their own simplest needs.
Even among those patients
who have been disabled for
months or years as a result of
strokes, the majority can be at
least partially rehabilitated-can
be trained to get about, to care
for their own. bladder and bowel
needs, and to perform activities
of daily living. Some can even be
taught to do gainful work.
The rehabilitation of most
persons who have had strokes
can be accomplished with the
help of the family and the fam-
ily physician. Physicians today
have the knowledge and training
required to rehabilitate the ma-
jority of patients who have had
Some patients may require
more extensive rehabilitation
facilities. Many general hospitals
and clinics are conducting total
rehabilitation programs for pa-
tients who have had strokes or
other disabling conditions. Such
programs are planned by teams
of experts in medicine, surgery,
psychiatry, social work, nursing
and vocational rehabilitation.
To determine what rehabilita-
tion facilities your community
has, consult your physician or
local medical society. It is im-
portant to remember that it is
never too late to make rehabili-
tation available to persons who
have suffered a stroke.
When you retire you can get monthly social
security payments if:
You have worked long enough under social
You have reached retirement age .
For more information, visit, write, or phone yoea
nearest social security office.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
"-ALTH. EDUCATION..AND WELFARE
'OCTAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION AI-,
PUBLIC MORTGAGE CO.
Call or Write
301 Williams Ave. Phone 229-2721
Port St. Joe, Fla.
NOW!-with purchase of your
Prices start at $14995
LIMITED TIME ONLY! Buy your McCULLOCH
CHAIN SAW before July Ist and get one extra
chain ABSOLUTELY FREE! Don't miss this Bonus Offer
that brings you McCULLOCH'S Superior Quality, ease
of handling AND PUTS YOU DOLLARS AHEAD
Highland View, Florida
Now it's easier than ever to own America's easiest riding truck. And, thanks to their own special brand
of Independent Front Suspension, Chevrolet trucks will keep on saving for you every mile you haul.
M If you've been needing a new truck, but waiting a
spell till the best buy came your way.. wait no longer.
It's truck roundup time and the best buys are here as
only the best seller can offer them.
Just head for your Chevrolet dealer's full corral of
bargains and take your pick. Put your truck dollars
where the truck value is. With Independent Front
Suspension smoothing the way, you'll find a Chevy truck
is worth loads more to you. Drivers get less tired.
Cargoes ride easier. And, best of all, your truck keeps
going for extra thousands of miles. A good deal? You
bet! Even more so now-during truck roundup time.
See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer
FLOYD CHEVROLET COMPANY
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
401 WILLIAMS AVENUE PHONE 7-2221
HUA Florida Citizemi Don't Have To Go
Chiffon ie Abroad for Enjoyable Vacation Trip
bk' two YS.i'O dhl'l. tlii tll)4ted d 14 AWxne cilU t thi4 Cuh l at 1idny ward enjaye4 tl 27
birthmont.h and thei nw ryf t it I intunity- tiildtig to hip elau .up peoplel in Stinday Bchool and 39
Will be ill iperatl6i by September the ground people at church. A cordial invita-
1961, The CommUlity.Building is being tion is extended to all *to worshio
Here is how the system will repaired and the grounds are be i.g with this church each Sunday.
work: cleaned in order that the churcli Sunday school starts at 10:00
All drivers 'born in S ptember, services being held there can b) a.m., EST with morning worship
October, November and December more fully enjoyed by all. services at 11:0 Oa.m., EST.
this year will renew their licenses These services are under ..he di- ---
before the last day of thoir ii'Lti- reaction of the Methodist Cbthrch SHOP AT HOME
da,, month. with C. M. Parker pastor. Services _
People born in odd numbered
Youll get the best buy on the best selling brand
at your Chevy dealer's Truck Roundup!
Y I Is _re II I ~ I II
By HERVEY SHARPE
schools dismissed classes for the
summer it turned loose in every
nook and cranny of the state a mil-
lion pleasure seeking kids who are
bent on "living it up" 'between now
and next Labor Day.
Fla. Agricultural Extension Serv.
For a sparkle of mid-summer col- Thebreeder ed perennial hibis-
or, consider planting one of the
or, crner planting u one of th.3in the state and ,the Southeast. The
uwe giant blossoming hibiscus. two latest selections that have
Two new hybrids, members of
te mallow family, are vilabler ;passed the test were the most eye-
tnefrom a number of nurserymen. blappealing blossoms from 6,000
from a number of nurserymen plants representing 30 different by-
Thsee new varieties., Plush and ,ri crosses.
Plume, were developed ,by Dr. S. d crosses.
E. McFadden, Jr., ornamental hor- Fine hairs cover the scarlet 8-
ticulturalist with the University of inch petals of Plush, giving the
Florida Agricultural Experiment flowers a velvet-like appearance.
Station. Crimson petals contrast with white
The plant breeder plans to re- anthers and white velvety stigma
Si^ ^ What you can do
to fight... ..
CONSTANTLY OBEY ALL LAWS
fl REPORT TO PROPER AUTHORITIES INFORMATION
YOU HAVE ABOUT ANY CRIMINAL ACTIVITY
i NSIST ON GOOC GOVERNMENT AT ALL LEVELS
AKE YOUR INFLUENCE FELT IN SUPPORT OF
ADEQUATE PAY, TRAINING AND FACILITIES
FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
E EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN TO RESPECT LAW
J. Edgar Hoover, Director'
Federal Bureau of nvesgatiaon
United States Department of Juscice
- AWA'flS J eSOTEST'Y
Sailor, beware! Our new Jantzen nauticals are
tailored sleek as teak, launched to meet with.
victory at sea or seashore. Cotton duck
waders feature a newer, smoother double but-
,ton waist with side zipper hidden inside a
pocket. 8-18, $6.98. Signal block cotton jersey
putover Jantzen calls "The Most," s-m-1, $4.98.
just wear a smile and a
other plants art able to muster col-
or. 'Each flower lasts one day and
remains open almost to sundown.
The plants reach five to eight
feet in height and are well suited
to landscape schemes.
The new hibiscus varieties are
well suited for sunny locations.
They thrive in wet soils and toler-
ate flooding. This makes them
i~chnIn~pnf fnr I~rp,.ip z,
FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
idelVpl p1nts [Uo r -.&W U 4use. "Instead of being more or less
Hibiscus of the perennial type concentrated around schools, 'the
comes up year after year. The top kids will be all over the country-
growth dies to the .ground in the side like a swarm of happy butter-
fall, and the plant retains dormant flies and we've got to watch out
during the winter. The roots send for them," declared Florida High-
out new shoots in the sprnig. way Patrol Comdr. H. N. Kirkman.
'Such plants can survive cold "They will be too busyhaving
weather, which is unlike the woody fun. to watch for you, so while
Oriental hibiscus now common in you're behind 'the wheel-no mat-
Florida gardens. Perennial hibiscus ter where you're driving-watch
have been grown in this country ou't for them."
for over 100 years, but mostly in
the northern states. "Recall when you were a kit and
Plants from out-of-state have not try 'to remember some of your care-
grown well in Florida. Therefore, free attitudes and actions and it
the University researcher is seek- will help you understand why they
ing to breed plants that will thrive won't have a 'worry in the world'
here. on their minds, especially not
about 'traffic," Kirkman said.
In hunting for a new look in hi- He re-emphasized the need for
biscus, Dr. McFadden -uses only people 'to join in the national dirve
those plants that will thrive thru- to Slow Down and Live this sum-
out the .state. Next, he keeps only mer and said: "It will mean in-
those 'plants that tolerate a wide creased safety for every one at the
range of soil conditions, including same time when there are. more
moisture and pH. autos and more pedestrians on our
The new. hybrids. have ,been des- streets and highways."
ignated as perennial hibiscus-Ga- -
tor 'hybrid series 1. A second ser- Vacationing In Georgia
ies of releases will soon be chosen Carolynn and Ronmie Thomas are
from another .group of varieties vacationing in South Georgia with
now under test. their aunt, Mrs. C. A. Strickland.
Future hibiscus projects at the -*----
University include seeking new GIRLS ATTENDING
plants that will extend the color G. A. ENCAMPMENT
range of the .flowers, produce dif- Vicky Fowler, 'Eugenia Traw'eek,
ferent flower forms and develop Jeannine Britt -and Shelley Ramsey
1AW + -m-t- 'thf f +hA ln nj T. 9 fn -
different .growWh 11'its of Ine
BOOST PORT ST. JOE1
eave, V Un ay'.ut, ju. e 26 for' olne
week at G. A. Camp at the West
Florida Baptist Assembly Grounds
n ar Panama. City.
A born swimmer! That's what everyone is say-
ing about our "Neo-Classic'"swimsheath by
Jantzen. Silky light Helanca nylon fits like a
second skin, makes you wonder how you ever
wore anything else. And flattering? Come let
Light In County
So far this month, forest, fires
have been light in Gulf County. The
Florida Forest Service reports from
the White City tower that two fires
have occurred thus far in the
month of June burning 1.3
of woodlands. According 'to
Pope, dispatcher for the
County 'Unit, during 'the same per.
!t last year, Tfive fires buran d
23f-S acres of woods.
To date in 1961, the Gulf County
Tlnit reports that Gulf Coua*y ha.:-
had 18 fires 'burning 1,22.6 acres.
During the same period in 195G, 23
fires were reported which burned
Visit In Kansas
Mr. and Mrs,. H. C. Brown and
grandchildren Holly and Bill have
. and if your Dairy Foods Bear
the Brand Name
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
food store or call Wewahitch-
ka collect .
For Convenient Home Delivery
We Carry A Complete Line of
returned after a two week vaca- Kansas, Mrs. L. I. Holiday in Lin-
tion spent visiting with Mr. and colan, Nberaska and friends 'and
Mrs. Jack Barr in Kansas City, relatives in MississippL
SPOLIO is not a thing of the ast!
IThere is no reason to believe that
you, your children, or babies, are
any more immune to it now than
you ever were-if you do not have
is still Salk vaccine shots
It takes only a few minutes to get
actively your shots. Arrange for them now.
Call your family physician or local
Are YOU health department for information.
protected? Young parents should be espo*
cially careful in protecting them-
selves and babies against POLIO.
Start babies on their series of shots
between the ages of 6 afd 8 weeks.
Don't delay another day. Arrange
for your polio protectioprotection now
Don't take a chance-take your polio shots
-.W % r~~ .IW a w w w
TRY OUR FAMOUS COUNTRY
4 'Fresh Eggs
Delivered to Your Door In Time for Breakfast
"Gulf County's Only Producing Dairy"
lease a third variety of hibiscus to, t ids in the single, 6-inch flower of THE STAR, Port St. .Jo', FI*t.
nurserymen soon. It may
These three hybrids are the first They produce flowers from June to .
attempt by the researchers 'o im- October. The peak season of showy Drive Care l U -
prove perennial hibiscus for Flor- color is mid-summer, when. few
IQ~ I s-- 1 IP~b~w ~algl
I 1 a
We a.ffr you .. .. h tody wo.
Pushes The Cart o complete
selection of many top quality nation-
ally advertied products. Corn, peas.
detergents.? whatever you need
to* complete your shopping require-
ments. These are brand products you
know and trust ... and all priced
to give you the best .value for your
food dollar. Here.are just a few of
the many items that will be featured
at your friendly IGA Food Store this
week. Come in and shop the IGA
OAK HILL-303 CANS
PORK and BEANS
1C LA RUTA
GRADE "A" FLA. and GA.
DRESSED and DRAWN
BREASTS and LEGS
WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE
NO. 10 | g
C 0F E r E `- 0 REGULAR GRIND
2 15 'si
No. 300 can 10c
SMOKED SLAB-BY THE PIECE
BAC 0 N lb. 39c
12 oz. pkg. 39c
LEAN MEATY PORK
WILD ROOT Plus Fed. Tax
BETTY CROCKER-White, Yellow,
HEINZ, GERBERS, BEECHNUT Str<
BUSH'S MUSTARD or TURNIP
GREENS, 303 cans
APPLE PIE RIDGE
TOMATO JUICE 46
IGA SLICED or HALVES
BLACK PEPPER 4
6 jars 59c
2 for 23c
oz. can 31c
03 can 21c
25 ft. 32c
oz. can 39c
Ib. can 97c
FRESH TREE RIPENED Delicious
Ideal for Slicing
IGA FRESH FROZEN
214 O 39c
IGA FRESH FROZEN
STRAWBERRIES, 10 oz. pkg.
IGA FRESH FROZEN
GRAPE JUICE, 6 oz. cans
IGA CHERRY and PEACH
FRUIT PIES, 20 oz. pies
TABLERITE PROCESSED AMERICAN or PIMENTO
KRAFT CRACKER BARREL
MELLOW CHEESE WEDGES
No. 10 jar $1.49
3 lb. pkg. 49c
2 bottles 49c
Lg. pkg. 39c
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
SPECIALS FOR JUNE 22, 23 and 24
We Reserve Limit Rights
25 ft. roll 33c
Lg. bottle 39c
2 lb. pkg. 31c
Lg. pkg. 33c
Pkg. of 20, 39c
2 reg. cans 33c
Lg. bottle 39c
SPIC & SPAN
Reg. size 29c
Lg. pkg. 59c
Lg. bottle 39c
WITH 5c COUPON
LARGE L -;7 %
WITH $5.00 GROCERY ORDER OR MORE
IGA EARLY GARDEN SWEET
3 lbs. 29c
4 for 99c
5 for 99c
2 for 79c
8 oz. pkg.
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I I I -I -IPLII~LYlb I
DOCTOR, 18 IT
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
817 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
By BETTY CREAMER
(Written for Last Week)
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson and
daughter, Patsy, have returned
home after spending a -week in
Westvillo visiting with relatives.
Mr. and-Mrs. Dwight Minger had
as their guests during the week
end, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith
anl daughter and Drew Minger of
Danny Martin of Chipley visited
Sunday with Mr. *and Mrs. L. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Whitfield of
Blountstown spent Sunday with the
C. A. Griffin family.
Mrs. Mae Creamer and daughter
and Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons
visited relatives near Wewahitch-
Mrs. Georgie Peters of Brewton,
Ala., visited her son during the
week end, B. A. Peters and family.
Mrs. Eugene S-uggs and son of
Parker are visiting -her parents
this week, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Grif-
iMr. George Simmons was hon-
pored June 9 iat 7:3A0 ,pm. with a
stork shower held at. Miles Dining
-tHE STAR,:Port- t. J-, Fla.
THURSDAY, JUNE 22., 1961
for the occasion were Mrs. W. C.
Miles and Mrs. Melba Peak.. Re-
freshments of delicious cake, ice
cream and punch were served to
Games were played and prizes
awarded the winners: Mrs. George
Ramsey and Mrs. Georgie Sim-
mons. Those attending were: Mrs.
Joyce Gainous, Mrs. Bernice Sun-
day, Mrs. Agnes Ellis, Mrs. Ruby
Gordon, Mrs. Georgie Simmons,
Mrs. George Ramsey, Mrs. Ray-
mond Burrows, Mrs. Ethel Peak,
Mrs. Nadine Branch, Mrs. Eula
Dean, Mrs. Ralph Simmons, Mrs.
Mae .Creamer, Mrs. Melba Peak and
Mrs. W. C. Miles. Those unable to
attend but sending gifts were: Mrs.
-Evie Smith, Mrs. Helen Gilley, Mrs.
Ted Richards, Mrs. Mary Weeks,,
Mrs. Walter Armstrong, Mrs. Mar-
,garet Harper, Ms. Faye Gardner,.
Mrs. Mattie Lou Furney, Mrs. Mil-)
ded Wilson, Mrs. Doris Yuong, Mrs.'
Sue Turnage, Mrs. Hazel Harrell,
Mrs. W. B. Holland, Mrs. Connie
Pettis, Miss Loverne Glass, Mrs.
Mozelle Gainnie, Mrs. Benny Hun-
ter, Mrs. Vester Sharer, Mrs. Stella
Cannon, Mrs. Ruth Odum, Mrs.
Warren Yeager and Mrs. Buford
Nichols. The honoree was the reci-
pient of many lovely and useful
"'While most workers and self-
employed people -are 'having earn-
ings credited regularly to their So-
-cial Security account, this does not
apply to some people, notably
household workers," John V. Ca-
rey, Dstrict Manager of the local
Social Security Office, stated this
Although household employment
has been covered by the Social Se-
curity Law since 1951, many house-
hold employers do not know that
they 'must report the wages of their
pointed out that the
part time household
must 'be reported the s
ployees in labor and ini
There are cases on fi
cal Social- Security offi
was necessary to condu
as six different -emplo'
-hold help they, employ
cases came to our attf
a 'benefit claim was fi
record of wages .did nno
,Room, 112 First Street[ Histesses dit for domestic employ
FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
I ^BURIESO HEAP i C L0
IN SKI 0 PON'Tr PAINFUL BITE
PULL HEAP WILL
OIL TO CLOSE B REATHIN-J ,' I 1ro -0PERSONS
DUCTS TICK MAY WITHDRAW AL.LERGOC To -N0 6
HEAP IMMEDIATELY OR I THEIR. POISON
REMOVE CAREFULLY WITI
30 MINUTES E
FL OR 174 6.4ME AP FRESH Wq4TER F/SH COMMA/55I/ON/
employer simply did not report the
wages to the Director of Internal
Revenue for the employee It was
necessary to contact the employer IE .0- AND f C/ OLD fV FUL
wages that should have been re- s"
sported for Social Security purpos- w-,Ose P Pe
All persons who pay household "KEPT MEUP-
help $50 or 'more in cash wages E CRAl -STC
during a three month period, must AWi.11MTMe..., i
report the wages to the Director of DESP1'TE THE.
Internal Revenue. Earnings as low Vs /A4D .
as $4.00 a week during each of the MTRp Yl
13 weeks in a calendar quarter will R e'SEACH
equal $52.00, and this amount must G IENTSS HADBEE
be reported. WOR/MG OH A 5UAR COATeD
Ths Internal Revenue Service, in 4 A BLLt THAT. WOULDBE HARMLSS 1OME,
I ir WOULD IJILL THOSE
cooperation with the Social Securi- PeS
Mr. Carey simplified procedure for reporting
earnings of ithe earnings of household employ-
employees -ees. -Upon request, the Internal
iame as em- Revenue Service will put a house-'
dustry. hold employer on the mailing list
le in the lo- to receive the self-mailer envelope
ce where it on which to report the wages of
ict as many household help.
yefs for in- Mr. Carey added that part-time
'the house- household employees need not lose
3yed. These any Social Security -credits if they
mention when or their Social -Security District of-
led aand the fice -and ,learn the facts about theui'
t show cr3- Social Security.
yment. The The Social' 'Security Office for
RICH'S Super MARKET
(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST. JOE ON HIGHWAY 71)
(Limit Rights Reserved)
AT WHITE CITY, FLORIDA
-- THESE SPECIALS GOOD MONDAY THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 24 --
Grade A USDA Inspected FREE SAMPLE
FRYERS 25c Sweet PLUMS lb. Cc
FRI Y R DEc Ripe BANANAS l'Oc
FILL YOUR DEEP FREEZE Ga. PEACHES lb 10C
The Best Center Cut Pork LB. Shelled Daily-Blackeye
CHOPS 59c PEAS bag 39C
U. S. GOOD HEAVY POTATOES 10 Ilb. 29
PORTERHOUSE Ib. 89C SHORTENING
FRESH DAILY ARMIX 3 lb. can 69c
GROUND Ie ALL CAKE
ROUND Ib MIXES 3 boxes $1.00
WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION SCRATCH
In Taste & Quality F E E D 25 lbs. 99C
Our Beef Is Government Graded and
Stamped U. S. GOOD LAYING S1 09
GA. GRADE 'A' LG. 2 DOZ. M A SH 25 bs.
EGGS 89c PLANTS 100for 60c
SUNNYLAND ALL MEAT NABISCO PREMIUM
FRANKS pkg. eC SALTINES lb. 29c
ONE DOZ. LARGE FLA. GRADE 'A' WITH $10 ORDER or MORE
We Give Valuable
With Each 10c Purchase
29 Pound Mackerel Takes Weekly Prize
A 29 .pound, four ounce king a
mackerel. was boated Saturday Larry Davis Gets
morning by Louie Hearn of Col-
quitt, Ga. The catch was entered Boys State Berth
in the Mexico Beach Fishing Tour- Boys State Berth
nam-ent which runs all summer and
features weekly ,prizes as well as
major prizes during the contest.
Prior to press time, news was re-
ceived that Mr. Hearn's fish 'took
first prize for the week's .best catch.
Winner of the largest fish caught
from 'the surf was R. H. Richards
of Pharr, Texas, who landed a four
pound, nine ounce Spanish mack-
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City. The tele-
phone number is POplar 3-5331.
SHOP AT HOME
BOOST PORT ST JOE
BOOST PORT ST. JOE[
TALLAHASSEE- Florida Boys
State unlimberedd Its election ma-
chinery this week and the first elec-
tion victories went to 17 teenagers
who were elected mayors of thetr
Boys State cities.
In addition to electing mayors of
the 17 mythical cities the 5.00 Boys
Staters elected four city counci;-
nmn and -a chief of police as .they
-moved on to other elections which
will name county officials, a Legis-
lature Mid eventually -a governor,
cabinet -and supreme court.
Larry Davis of Port St. Joe, and
a delegate to Boys State was elect-
ed a councilman ,of the mythical
city of Wilsonville.
COMPLETE PHOTO SERVICE
FAST QUALITY ROLL FILM SERVICE
* MOVIE F
* PORTRAIT GOMMBR
FILM BLACK and WHIT
104 Bayview Drive
DIOhlnd View, F
Highland View, Fla.
FREE TO ALL CHILDREN
JOLLY GOLF WILL GIVE FREE PRIZES THIS
. FREE Fri., Sat.,-& Sun. FREE
3:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
To All Children
..-aENJOY YOURSELF HAVE FUN
PPlAY Golf Bowling Games
|GOLF- Music Kiddie Rides
I "* .Bring your Friends, Bring Your Date
FREE GAME SAFE, WHOLESOME RECREATION
19th Hole FOR ALL THE FAMILY
U. S. H
"Thee Nicest Place-On the Beach"
.,to 12 M.
(a/ Bli3) (Mon. 6-1
Mexico Beach, Fla.
C~H~ ~HC~ 2~ mr~ N~.. N- m_
- I I ~
l's Time To Hit the Road on Vacation And That Calls for Safe Tires and A Safe Car ... You
Can Make One Stop Do It All At PATES... Be Sure-1Let Us Put Your Car In "Traveling Shape"
Now, for not one penny more than you
pay for conventional 1st line nylon tires you
can have Gates Air-Float Deluxe in the low
profile design that gives you 25% to 30%
more miles. You save fully one-fourth of the
dollars you spend on tires a 25% discount
TESTED WmU t
10 MILLION MILES
Because it is built lower and wider
(closer to the true running shape of a tire)
Gates Air-Float Deluxe low profile design
greatly reduces the major cause of tire wear
-scuffing of. the tread caused by excessive
flexing as the tire runs. Heat, another enemy
of tire life, is also greatly reduced. That's
why this tire gives average drivers a bonus
of 5,000 miles or more-a fact proved by
more than 10 millionmiles-'of carefully re-
corded fleet tests.
against ANY tire failure for the en-
tire life of the long-wearing tread-
no time- or mileage limit
Should tire fail for any reason, you
get a new tire, with full credit for
unused mileage, based on Gates
standard, nation-wide adjustment
tax and old tire
OTHER SIZE TIRES REDUCED IN PROPORTION CHECK THESE LOW PRICES!
670 x 15
710 x 15
760 x 15
DELUXE TUBE-TYPE BLACK
Reg. $25.45 __-Now $17.88
Reg. $28.30 Now $20.88
Reg. $30.90 __ Now $22.88
GATES AIR FLOAT DELUXE TUBELESS BLACKWALL
750 x 14
800 x 14
750 x 14
Reg. $28.80 -_ Now $20.88
Reg. $31.55 __ Now $23,88
Reg. $34.65 -_ Now $25.88
All Prices Plus Tax and Recappable Tire
NO TIME LIMIT ON GUARANTEE
Our Own Quality Recaps ..- as low as $7.95
223-25 Monument Ave.
RAYON TUBE-TYPE BLACKWALL
670x 15 ----- Only $10.88
RAYON WHITE WALL TUBE-TYPE
670 x IS ---- Only $14.88
NYLON TUBE-TYPE BLACKWALL
670 x 15 ----- Only $12.88
RAYON TUBE-TYPE BLACKWALL
600 x 16----------Only $10.88
15 MONTH ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE
ON THESE TIRES
All Prices Plus Tax and Recappable Tire
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. TiURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1961
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL %
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE '
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner ,
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
PHONE BALL 7-4261 '
286 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-5111
G"UY N. MIDDLETON ... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoee
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MB S. RUTH KEELS -
GLADYS GILL -...--.------ ..--Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-wear
MRS. R. DAVIS, TREVA SURRENCY ...--.. Lingerie and Hosiery
GERALD THOMAS Maintenance and 'Stock Man
BOYLES BIG 88c SALE IS
CONTINUING THROUGH SATURDAY
Many New and Exciting Values Have Arrived! Don't
Miss These Unbeatable Summer Savings!
We're rolling out the red carpet for the most im-
portant person in the world. you. the customer!
Everybody's selling at BOYLES. Yes, we're making
a special effort to observe the art of selling at its best by:
COURTEOUS WORDS instead of sharp retorts.
SMILES instead of blank looks.
ENTHUSIASM instead of dullness.
RESPONSE instead of indifference.
WARMTH instead of coldness.
UNDERSTANDING instead of a closed mind.
ATTENTION instead of neglect.
PATIENCE instead or irritation.
SINCERETY instead of sham.
CONSIDERATION instead of annoyance.
REMEMBERING PEOPLE instead of forgetting
FACTS instead of arguments.
CREATIVE IDEAS instead of the humdrum.
HELPFULNESS instead of-hindrance.
GIVING instead of getting.
ACTION instead of delay.
APPRECIATION (instead of apathy.
WHERE CAN YOU BEAT THESE SUMMER
VALUES? Young Men's Cotton Cord WASH PANTS
--.28 to 34, $2.88 200 pairs new STRAW SANI)ALS
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Rayon PANTIES for children, 0 to 14, 4 prs. 88c .
Ladies Rayon Tricot BRIEFS, 3 prs. 88c Men's
Broadcloth SHORTS and TEE SHIRTS, 2 for 88c ...
All Leather BALLETS, ladies sizes, pr. $1.88 Infants
Washable Kid SHOES and Cool Ventilated SANDALS,
pr. 88c We could go on and on thru the nite .
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First Baptist Church Circle Meetings
The First Baptist WMS Societies
met in the homes of the following
Monday afternoon, June 19.
Circle I met in the home 'of Mrs.
W. J. Daughtry with 10 members
present and Mrs. Daughtry, .the cir-
cle chairman, presiding. The meet-
ing opened with 'the program chair-
man bringing the program from the
Royal Service Magazine, "How
Shall We Pray?" All members par-
ticipated in the program. Mrs. Wes-
ley Ramsey, led in prayer. Good re-
'ports were 'given from each com-
mittee. Mrs. Daughtry led in the
closing prayer. All present enjoyed
the social hour.
4 1: o. 4.
Circle II met in the home of Mrs.
Karl Marshall, 'Sr., with four [mem-
bers ,present. The program was led
by 'Mrs. L. W. Cox on "Teach Me
How To Pray", from, the Royal Ser-
vice Magazine and all participating
in h. nrnvn TUTra TT V Avprq-
present. The meeting opened by
all repeating the Lord's prayer.
Mrs. Robert Whitle, the Circle
chairman presided. All members
participated in the p rogranm,
"Teach Me To Pray", led by Mrs.
Cliff Ellis, the program chairman.
All enjoyed the social hour.
Eta Upsilon Members
Receive Jeweled Pins
The second degree of the Eta
Upsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi
was held Tuesday evening, June 20
in the club room of the St. Joe Mo-
tel. The degree was for those mem-
bers who qualified by completing
the study of Invitation to Life, pass-
ed the test for this ritual of jew-
els degree and fulfilled her tinan-
cial obligation to the international
President, Mrs. 'Edwin Peters,
. *the rclge airman. p-re. A l, ly carried out the formal ritual which
the circle chairman .presided. All w p b cadelgt
idsd was presented 'by candlelight.
enjoyed the social hour. Mrs. C. G. Members receiving their jeweled
Costin, Sr., led the closing prayer. sorority pins were: Mrs. arry
Murphy, Mrs. Edwin McGill, Mrs.
.Circle III met in the home of Courtney Martin, Mrs. Ralph Ward,
Mrs. C. A. McClelan with six mem- Mrs. John .Scott, Mrs. Braxton
bers present. The program chair- Ward, Mrs. Bill Brown, Mrs. Gor-
man, Mrs. Sidney Anchors led all don Farris and the-sponsor, Mrs.
members in the -program, "Teach Bill Wager.
Me To Pray" from the Royal Ser-
vice Magazine. Good reports were Square Dance Club To
given and Mrs. W. O. Nichols dis- Square Dance Club To
missed with prayer. All enjoyed the Attend Area Convention
social hour following. I -
s l fl lo The Po-Jo Twirlers Square Dance
Circle IV met in the home of
Mrs. Ruth Keels with five mem-
bers present, and the program
chairman, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon
-leading in the .program, and all
members taking part in 'the pro-
Club will not have a dance this
Instead the 'entire club is invited
to the Square Dance Convention
which will be held in Pensacola,
beginning Friday, June 22.
gram, "Teach Me To Pray" from The Club will meet again Friday,
the Royal Service Magazine. Mrs. June 30 at the Centennial Build-
Pridgeon dismissed with prayer. ing as usual.
Good reports were given and all en- The public is always invited to
joyed the social hour. attend and anyone can, .learn to
*" square dance. If you desire to join
Circle V met in the home of Mrs. in the fun, just come visit with the
Edward Ramsey with six members club and they will sign you up.
MECHANIC ALWAYS ON DUTY
Let Us Prolong the Life of Your New and-
Recapped Tires With
Electronic Wheel Balancing
Front End Alignment
I C I
THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1961 ti. tkIAR, Port St. Joe, PIl
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
13 bedroom $58 .month, water fur-
FOR RENT: 2 be troointIbouses or wished.
apameits. urnhed or I Unfurnished upstairs apartment
!2 'bedroom 522 3rd Street. Phone
nished. Call. 9-1901, Mrs, J. Ander- 227-8642. AFC 6-15.
son. tic-10-6. I
- 1 :FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
FOR RENT: Upstairs futarnished upstairs a;pt. Close to town. Call
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. Mrs. Hubert Brinson -227-5756.
Phone 7-5771. tte-IH-29 ,PO ,-. .. i d Q.. d.,...-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call BAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far-
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only. Call Mrs.
Morgan" Jones. 227-7641. tfc-4-6
FOR RENT: One, two and three
*bedroom houses. Completely fur-
nished by week or month. Prone
227-7771 or 648-4352. tfc-5-4
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment,
-furnished, with living room, kit-
chenette, dinette and bath. 2 bed-
room furnished apt. Living and
dineter kitchenete- and bath. Ph.
227-5065. 4 .milse South of Port St.
Joe on Florida 30. tfc-6-1
'FOR RENT: Unfurnished house,
house $2500 week, utilities includ-
ed, $75.00 mo. not included. Robert
Montgomery, 8th St, St. Joe Beach
or A & P.
FOR RENT: 2-2 btdroom, furnish-
ed or unfurnished House. $50 per
month. See Bill Carr at 7-8111.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room 2-story house at 1508 Long
Ave. Also, 2 'bedroom brick 'house
with large living room, fireplace,
dining room, garage, 1031 Long Av.
J. A. Mira, ,Phone 648-4128. tfec
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
FOR SALE: Water cooled electric
fan have for either window or
floor use. Verg good condition.
FOR SALE: St. Joe Beach Five
room brick house, two ceramic
baths, car port, glassed in family
room, and utility room, deep well,
located on corner lot. Pay equity
and take up VA loan. Call C. E.
White at 648-4445.
FOR SALE: Moose building on 4th
St. across from Medical Clinic.
For information contact G. F. Law-
rence or Jack Hammock. 4tc-6-8
FOR SALE: Like new RCA Victor
TV. 30 ft. antenna. $100 cash. Ph.
229-1741 or see Mrs. Edward Bond
at White City. tfc-6-8
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.
St. Joe Beach. Phone 648-4286. tic
FOR SALE: 1960 Rambler Ameri-
can Station Wagon, 2,300 actual
miles. Like new. $1595. Will take
older model car in on trade. Phone
PEOPLE'S PAWN SHOP: "Buy,
sell or trade confidentially with
confidence". The li1tt le man's :
friend. 401 East Third St. Phone
FOR SALE:. 45'x8, Richardson
'house trailer with automatic
washer. $2,995.00. Call Bill Rich
at 229-1145. tfc-5-4
Air Conditioning Value
Now 7007 B.T.U.'s of cooling a light weight,
compact, 1 H.P., 7V2 amp, 115 volt cir conditioner
WELBILT Mighty Mite 7007
(*) Rated According to NEMA Standards
FITS ANY WINDOW
ST. JOE HARDWARE CO.
PHONE 227-8111 203 REID AVE.
A JWIUIYWI U PHONE 227-3151
FOR SALE: Qow mature, $1.00 a
pick-up load. Call the Beached,
648-4245, Mrs. Hardy. 3td-6-2z
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom Walter
home, $4500 with four lots. Boat
and trailer. 0. H. Taylor, owner.
See Mrs. James Godwin at White
FOR SALE: 1'957 18-hp. Johnson
outboard motor. Cheap. Call 227-
8822 or see Rev. C. A. Lundy. Lp
FOR SALE: Three registered pek-
ignese puppies. Tom S. Coldewey
Phone 227-3521. le
FOR SALE: Three bedroom insulat-
ed home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 103'
x 150' lot, garbage disposal,'TV an-
tenna, all blinds, living room drapes
Included. Equity reduced. Immer-
-late possession, call BAll 7-2311.
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,-
3. 3-bedroom house, 1 bath, car-
port and utility room, on Marvin
Avenue. Piy 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 fo rsale at St. Joe Beach.
1 block from water. Reasonable
6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good
7. 320 acres -of wfoodland, six
miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap-
proximately 300 acres planted in
4-year old pine ees.
8. New 'three -bedroom homes un-
der construction o -Cypress Ave-
nue. $500 down, payments, approxi-
mately $80.00 per month. FF.A.
9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
C. W. Long, Salesman
Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave.
MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann-
ing to move across town or
across country? Call us for free es-
timates. Representatives for May-
flower, experienced and qualified.
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
Mon. Ave., Phone 7-4051.
HUNTERS NOTICE: Save money
on your shells now while they
los'. Shot gun shells at $2.00 per
box. Peoples Pawn Shop.
Peoples Pawn Shop have a limit-
ed amount of Footballs, Basket
Balls, Volley Balls, Field Gloves,
Basemen Mitts, Marks, Shin guards
-Tennis Nets. New rifles, good
used shot 'guns *and rifles. A lot
of ladies and gents wrist watches
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
rick expert service. tfe
2 JAMES FLOYD'
214/2 7th St. Highland View
WOMEN over 35 with pleasing per-
sonality can earn $30 'to $4'0 a
week contacting established Avon school.
customers. Experience unnecessary school.
Write Avon, P. 0. Box 3103 MSS
Tallahassee, Fla. itc The summer school program be-
gins with Inter-session, June 13 to
APPLIANCE SERVICE: Repairs
'on any small 'appliance. Irons, 23, during which two semester
percolators, fans,' hot plates, toast- hours credit may be gained. The
ers, etc. Jackie Sheffield, 201 Wood- courses ae varied to appeal to a
ward Ave. 4tc-6-22 courses are varied to appeal to a
wide range 'of 'professional inter-
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. ests as well as particular emphasis
0. F.-Meets second and fourth I
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American on the needs of Christian workers.
Legion Hall. All members urged to First term 'of summer school
attend. cpens June 24 and the second term
Noble- Grand: Emmett Daniell -commences July 22. Areas of in-
Secretary: J. Martin.struction include education, Bibli-
WIL.IS V. ROWAN, POST 11,. cal education and apologetics,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet- science, fine arts, social science,
i*L Sinqt A.n frA Tii U vU3
Ing 11rst and Mird T u e a d a y
.nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first san
third Thursday at 8:-'00 p.m.
JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All M'aster Masons cordially lnvltee
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.09
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
qon, Phone 7-7501.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation or
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: Adoption of
EDWARD BENJAMIN LONG,
TO: EDWARD LONG, whose res-
idence and post office address are
You are hereby notified that
Benjamin William Suggs and wife,
Minnie Mae Sug.gs, have filed a pe-
tition in bthe above styled Court for
the adoption of the minor child
'above 'named .and you are required
to show cause why the same should
not be granted, serving a copy of
your written defenses, if any, upon
Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., At-
torney for Petitioners, 221 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and
by filing the original .thereof with
the Clerk of said Court on or before 1
the 24th day of July, 1961; other-
wise, a decree may be entered
against you 'granting said adoption.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 21st day
of June, A. D. 1961.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida-
(Circuit Court 'Seal) 44-6-22
language -and literature. Field
sciences are taught at Wheaton
college's western campus in the
,heart of the Black Hills. The col-
lege owned science station is lo-
cated 12 'miles west of Rapid City,
Husband of Former
Resident Passes Away
Jack Brazeal of Wichita Falls,
Texas, was taken by death on May
18 in a Dallas, Texas hospital as
the result of a brain tumor.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Sally Brazeal (formerly Miss Sal-
ly Traweek cf this city) and two
daughters, Teresa and Lauren all
of. Wichita Falls, Texas.
Funeral services were held Satur-
day, May 20 in Wichita Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Traweek and
daughter, Mrs. Roy F. Hellen 'have
recently returned from Wichita
Falls, Texas where they attended
the funeral of their son-in-law and
brother-in-law, Jack Brazeal, hus-
band of Mrs. Sally Brazeal.
On The Beach
2 FURNISHED HOUSES
$60.00 per mo. Each
2 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
$40.00 and $50.00 mo.
I. W. DUREN
Phones 227-3171 & 227-5511
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house wi'h
garage, venetian .blinds. Inquire}
At 128O fl.r 1 f Tl.A 0+ I
~L ~U L"~'UI DIYU
Lions Club Has
The Lions Club held their regu-
lar meeting in ,the City Restaurant
last Tuesday for the purpose of in-
stalling new officers.
Outgoing president, Bernard
Pridgeon, turned the gavel to in-
coming president, Bill Fleming.
Fleming installed the following
Harry Tison, first vice-president;
Sam Johnson, second vic'eepresi-
dent; Lee Taylor, 'third vice-presi-
dent; Aaron Cooley, Lion tamer;
Jimmy Costin, Leonard Belin and
Grover Holland, directors; Law-
rence Bowen, secretary and trea-
surer; W. 0. Howard, tail twister
and Bernard Pridgeon, immediate
Pridgeon thanked the club for
their interest and cooperation dur-
ing his term and challenged, them
to do the .same for Fleming.
The July 4 meeting was moved
to July 11 due to the Fourth of July
Jaycee Float In
R. H. Ellzey, president of the
Port 'St. Joe Jayoees is attending
the National Convention of Jaycees
in Atlanta, Ga., this week. He was
[accompanied by Mrs. Ellzey.
The Jaycee President is entering
the Jaycee float in the Jaycee par-
ade which was held Tuesday in
the Georgia capital city. The Jay-
cee float was constructed for the
inaugural parade of Governor Far-
ris Bryant in January and was sav-
ed "by 'the Jaycees for this occasion.
The float features a life-size rep-
lica of the Constitution Memorial
Monument which stands in Con-
stitution _Park. The monument
commemorates the signing of Flor-
ida's first constution here in old
St. Joseph, in 1838.
John Barrier Enrolls
In Summer School
John Staton Barrier iof Port St.
Joe, a graddiate student at Wheaton
College, 'Illinois, has enrolled In
the 47th annual summer school at
Wheaton, for further graduate 9'u-
dy .for 'the intersession period and
the first semester of the summer
One-dish meals can be just as easy as 1-2-3. For proof, try
Savory Beef-Corn Bread Bake, an appetizing combination that
everyone will enjoy.
To prepare this casserole, first brown the ground 'beef and
chopped onion and combine them with seasonings, canned mush-
rooms and tomato soup.
Second, prepare the quick corn bread topping. It's an easy-mix
batter made with self-rising corn meal and self-rising flour. Next,
spoon the batter onto the casserole, and bake for 25 minutes.
While the casserole is baking, prepare. a vegetable salad, set
the table and serve your family's favorite beverage.
One reason this one-dish meal is just as easy as 1-2-3 is be-
cause self-rising corn meal and self-rising flour combine three
basic ingredients to make your baking easy. Self-rising products
already contain exactly the right amounts of baking powder
SAVORY BEEF-CORN BREAD BAKE
2 tablespoons shortening 1 cup drained mushroom
1/2 cup chopped onion stems and pieces (4 ounce
1 pound ground beef can) i
1 teaspoon salt 1 1i/ -ounce can condensed
Dash of pepper tomato soup '(11/cups)
Corn Bread Topping
Melt shortening in skillet. Add onion and brown lightly. Add
ground beef and cook until brown, stirring frequently. Add salt,
pepper, mushrooms and tomato soup. Heat until mixture bubbles.
Place in 1s -quart casserole. Drop Corn Bread Topping 'by
spoonsful onto hot beef. mixture. Bake in hot oven (425F.)
about 25 minutes.
CORN BREAD TOPPING .,y-
3/4 cup enriched self-rising corn 1 egg, beaten
meal to 1/3 cup milk
/4 cup enriched self-rising 1 tablespoon melted shorten-
flour ing or oil
1 teaspoon caraway seed
Combine corn meal, flour and caraway seed. Combine egg,
milk and shortening or oil. Add liquid to dry ingredients and
stir until all corn meal is moistened. Drop by spoonsful onto
hot beef mixture. Makes 4 to 6 servings.
The Star Brings News of Your Neighbois
You Ai-e 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
Local Boys Get
Boys' State Offices
Port St. Joe boys attending the
annual Boys' State program in Tal-
lahassee this week, have received
further honors by being elected to
offices in elections held Tuesday.
Elected to .the Boy's State Sen-
ate was Larry Davis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Daniell. Davis was
also elected County School 'Super-
intendent of ,the anythical Geiger
Richard Thompson, son of Mrs.
Elizabeth Thompson of Beacon Hill
Beach was -elected Tax Assessor
of Navy County.
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Methodist Pastors To
Meet Near Chipley
The Methodist Pastors of the
Marianna District will meet at Blue
Lake, just south of Chipley, on Sat-
urday, June 24, at 10:00 a.m. This
will' be a family meeting 'and a pic-
nic dinner will be enjoyed 'by those
-present. This meeting is to wel-
come the 14 new .pastors in the
District and to acquaint everyone
with 'the program and activities of
the new Conference year just be-
.Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ingle of 'St.
Joe Beach announce the birth of a
son Joseph Layne, June 15 at the
Tyndall Air Force Base Hospital.
Mrs. Ingle is the former Miss
Visiting In Carrabelle
Mrs. W. P. Dockery .left Friday
'to -spend several weeks with her
,parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cook
Visits in Sopchoppy
Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie
spent Sunday in Sopchoppy visit-
ing Mr. McKenzie's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam McKenzie.
A Service ol Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical SocietyL an the
florida Medical Association. r
Do you sometimes get' up in
the morning feeling ire$,' rest-
less, full of tension, as if you
hadn't had any rest at all? Per-
haps you did not have a good
night's sleep. A good night's
sleep is usually dependent on
two basic factors-the amount
of sleep and the type of sleep.
The amount of sleep required
varies considerably in individ-
uals, but an average of eight.
hours is a good yardstick. Some
persons fare very well on a few
hours of sleep, while others feel
miserable with less than nine or
ten. Most persons learn their
own sleep requirements and ad-
just their daily schedules accord-
The type of sleep plays a very
important role in achieving prop-
er rest. A restless sleep, inter-
rupted frequently by fitful peri-
ods of wakening, is not con-
ducive to good repair of body
tissues. A good, sound sleep can
provide complete recovery from
Since sleep is essential to good
health, every effort should be
made to establish good sleeping
habits. Freeing the mind of all
care and worry is highly impor-
tant. There are few problems
which can't wait until the next
morning for solution. Room
temperature should be moderate
-some fresh air is desirable, but
not too much in cool weather.
Bed clothing should be comfort-
able as should sleeping apparel.
Some persons like pajamas, for
example, while others prefer no
clothing at all. Sleeping pills
and powders should be avoided
unless taken under a physician's
Help yourself to a good
night's sleep by training yourself
to sound sleeping habits. Then
you can wonder tomorrow why
you were so worried today.
Phone BAll 7-3161
a Palm Blvd.