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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR


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


-WENTY-FOURTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, PLORIDA


THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by VWk.EY R. RAMSEY

This editor just can't see an elect-
ed official-or anyone else for that
matter.--oing against his word.
And yet, that Is just exactly -what
has happened in the case of the re-
apportioning of' the County Com-
mission Districts.
According to our notes, our me-
mnory, the memory of 12 other men
and a transcription of the conver-
sation at .the meeting -of May 23,
-Oommissioner Leo Kennedy ex-
pressed sympathy with 'the Jaycee
plan for redistricting- of the County
Commission districts but wanted a
discussion held (by residents. of all
areas of the county. This, led to the
appointment of a special commit-
tee to study the "Jaycees reappor-
tionment plan. .
Commissioner Kennedy'made the
m-tion that the Commission AC-
CEPT THE RECOMMENDATION
OF THE COMMITTEE on reappor-
tionment of the county.
Yet Tuesday night Commissioner
Kennedy led the move to cut -up the
co.mmjttee's work.
It seems unkind on our .part for
Commissioner Kennedy -to cause
these six men to devote ,their time
-valuable 'to each and every one
of the committee-their .money and
their-energies itodoing a requested
job only :to have 'their efforts ig-
noied; If Com'm'.silsoner. Kennedy
couldn't go along with certain ways
of dividing the county-or if he de-
sired certaih- things in division, he
should have'.so instructed the com-
ml tee.
We might point out to Commis-
sioner Kennedy that the sole rea- -
son for reapportionment ot the
County Commission Districts is
to'give each person in the coun-
ty' an equal representationn in
county government. The revision
thpt Mr, Kennedy would desire;
the division that the, Jaycees c
.,woufif- deire; tihe' division thatW (
'any one person might desire-bears *r
no weight whatsoever in deciding, G
what the county commission di's- '
tricts will be. 1
In the light of this, the action
of the County Board Tuesday $
-was contrary to the laws govern-
ing reapportionment.
The only yardstick to be used' in 't
deciding County Commission dis- 2


Judge Calloway

Speaks To Rotary

Judge E. E. Calloway of Blount-s-
-own spoke to the Rotary Club at
.lheir regular meeting Thursday. He
warned the Club that Americans
and especially 'American business-
men must ,return to the .use of the
Golden Rule in 'their dealings if
we are to ward off Communism in
North and South America.
Calloway brought the 'tone of his
'talk closer 'to home rby making the
statement that most of 'the property
in Gulf County was too valuable
to grow pine timber on. He declar-
ed that many concerns desired to
settle in 'this area and use land
.now in pines to build manufactur-
ing plants to provide jobs -for -the
area.
-Calloway -made the 'statement
that the trouble now in 'the South
America was caused several years
ago by American 'businessmen who
who went Into the area and exploit-
ed fthe natural resources with no
thought for the welfare of the peo-
-ple 'of 'the country.
Caloway ,predicted an, upheaval
in Mexico within the next five
years unless capatilists change 'their
tactics.
lGalloway told the club of the
large tract- of land that changed
hands in Gulf County two weeks
ago. He said, "they didn't ibuy it
(the property) to grow trees on."
Galloway predicted a great devel-
opment for this area through this
land sale and other things to follow.
Guest of the club was Rotarian
David Carl Gaskin of. Wewahitch-
ka.


Salary like Asked

For J.J.Hf iff

Walter, Graham, representing the S
WVillis V. Rowan, Post 116, Ameri-
can Legion, appeared .before 'the
County-Board fITedsay night and b
requested.,~hat a raise in salary for.
Gulf's veteran service officer, Rev. a
r. J.; Hill, 'be included in the new -
,budget.
Hill now receives a 'salary of
100.00 per month for his work.
Graham recommended that the
service officer be paid $200.00 per
moith. He pointed out that during
he month h of May, Hill put in over c
;50 hours in veterans activities. He


triots, according 'to FLORIDA law pointed out .that this would place
'are .'that the new districts shall be Hill',s alarv at -less than 60c per


as nearly equal in population 'as
possible' and that no present coun-
ty commissioner 'shall 'be moved out
of his present district.
We -don't call -a span of some 1,100
citizens an equitable distribution
of the population among the dis-
tricts.
Mr. Kennedy repeatedly said that
he was representing the people, yet
he repeatedly championed a plan
that would -serve to disenfranchise
better 'than 1,000 of Gulf County's
citizens ,by giving- 'them unequal


hour Ifor his time.
In contacting Hill, The Star has
learned 'that Hill puts an average
of 150 'hour-s each month into vet-
eran's work.
The County Board agreed to take
the request under advisement in
compiling their budget.
-V<
Health Dept. To Close

Monday and Tuesday


representation. 'Officials of the Gulf Coi
We 'don't know what Mr. Ken- Health Department office here
nedy's reasons for this can (be. Just Port St. Joe announced this w
why would he want such an un- that the office would be closed
equal distribution of the county's the July 4 holidays on Monday
citizens among 'the five districts. Tuesday of next week.
The quicker Mr. Kennedy and the Persons planning to use 'the
rest of the people of the county stop vices of this facility should a
thinking 'of every move in the realm plan 'to do so before the end of
of its political 'aspects and start week or after Tuesday of
'thinking of the good of 'the people week.
of the county, the better off we will
all -be. I '
We don't ,want Mr. Kennedy or
anyone 'else 'to think 'we have a 5113S
grudge against Mr. Kennedy or 'that
we 'disapprove of his action alone.
Two other members yoted with him
-Commissioners E. C. 'Harden andFrom Sta
A. J. Strickland. We 'think these
three should be .taken to task 'about Miss Elizabeth Cole, State
their disregard 'to ihe rules for re- brary Consultant of Tallaha-
apportionment; a passing off of gave 'the Kiwanis Club at their
their -duties and then a complete ular meeting Tuesday, a patter
disregard for 'sought-after advice, action whereby Gulf County co
And to 'better clarify matters, we participate -in library facilities
(bear no grudge against anyone. We the entire county. The plan ou'
are merely disagreeing with the ac- ed by Miss Cole would necessi
tions of 'these three men. the county 'aligning its efforts
It is the opinion of 'this newspa- those of Bay County to 'provide
per that 'the Commission should necessary initial investment to
throw all of the 'so-called "political a participant dn federal and s'


aspects" out of 'their mind. We -are
running a small county 'for the bene-
fit of a few people. We don't have
the space, the people or the money
to dwell in'political intrigue. Throw
out these misgivings 'and then look
at this matter'of reapportionment
from the view of benefitting 4the
people of GuM County. .


funds and services.
Miss Cole told 'the Club that
main reason -for Port St. Joe's
brary being practically dorman
because it 'doesn't get fresh
books periodically. "To be ef
tive, a library must rotate its r'
ing material" .she said.
The speaker 'told the Club


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Li- the federal' government has provid-
ssee I ed $966,000 for the State of Florida
reg- to aid in the establishment of 11-
n of braries in -rural counties (defined
would by them as counties having no ci-
.for ties of more than 10,000 popula-
tlin-j'tion). The -funds are available on
*aie a per capital and a matching basis.
with Miss Cole said that before a
the county may participate in the fed-
he eral funds they must put up money
tate in the 'amount of 50c per capital or
'the equivalent of a 'half mill levy,
the which in Gulf County would amount
s I;- to about '$6,500 on the half mill levy
t is Ior $5,868.00 on the per capital 'ba-
newsais. Federal funds are then pro-
vfe2-lvided -for two years only on 'the
ead- basis of about $1.20 for every local
dollar provided. This 'money 'can-
!hat not 'be used tor buildings, (but must


County Commission Adopts




Revised Redistricting Plan


Changes Make Districts Range


.'n From 1,400 to 2,700 In Population


The Gulf County Board of Commissioners made drastic
population changes in a plan for redistricting of the county
Commission districts Tuesday night. The plan had been
S' prepared and presented to the County Board at the Board's
.' request at their meeting of May 23.
A committee appointed as a result of the May 23 meet-
ing, composed of Edward Bandjough, Dave Gaskin, Chuck
Gibson, J. B. Harris and Frank Pate and Jaycee President
'~$ J "-R."H R.. Ellzey presented their requested recommendations for
.L ,redistricting plan as the result of a resolution presented
FO't o the Board on May 23 by the Port St. Joe Jaycees. The
Board's committee presented their recommendations Tuesday
'N- gight.


PORT ST. JOE TOYS STATERS, from left to right, are Richard Thompson, Larry Davis
and David Nance. (Photo by Lynart Studio)


Local Boys Make Good Records At Boys State Exercise

Three local 'boys, Larry Davis, Willis V.' Rowan, Post 116, "Ameri-was a member of the Nationalist
Richard Thompson and David can Legion, Port Str "Joe" -Rotary Party.
Nance were Port St. Joe's represen- Club and the Port St. Joe Kiwanizs Richard Thompson was a Glee
natives to the annual Boy's State Club. Club member, was elected Boy's
activities held at Florida State Uni- '" State Attorney at Law, Navy Coun-
versity June 18 through 24. The Vigorous campaigning was con- ty Tax Assessor and was a member
three boys were in the thick of the ducted for all of the federal, state, of the. Federalist Party.
Sti-vties, each gaining several of- county and city offices -tp for grabs David Nance was elected Assist-
'ices in the imaginary governments at 'the Boy's State. exercise. Port ant Sani'ttion Chief,. County Com-
set up and operated .by the Boys' St. Joe's three delegates copped 11 missionerand was a member of -the
State candidates. ;of these offices. Larry D.4is name Federalist Pafty.
he three boys were up. with four position; thl,:,'r of Larry is the son of Mr. ad Mrs.
he reeboys were ponor City Pstr.aster, City Councea .n, Arnold-Danl. Richard. iTe obn
>y three local ffvci organizations C-ounLy School Superintendent 'and, of Mrs. jl-izabeth Thomalso. and
which paid their expenses 'to the State Senator. He was also one -of David is -the son of Mr. and' Mrs.
activity. Clubs footing the bill were 17 nominations for Boy's Nation. He Ralph Nance.


Churches Sponsoring

Youth Singspiration

During 'the summer months the
churchess of the Port St. Joe area
wil' sponsor Sunday night young
ingsplraitions.
The sings will be held after the
evening service on -the first, third
nd fifth Sunday of the month.
'hey will be -held in a different
church each time. The 'host church
or 'the first sing this coming Sun-
ay, July 2, will 'be the First Me-
tiodist Church. The sing will begin
bout nine o'clock -or immediately
after the service.
All young ,people, all counselors
nd all m-inisters are invited to join
Lhe 'group singing and ithe fellow-
hip that the singspiration offers.


Former Members of Beacon
Hill Church Will Meet

There will 'be a meeting of all
former members of the Beacon Hill
'aptist Church on Sunday, July 2
t 3:30 p.m., EST in Beacon Hil.
Mrs. Ted L. Whitfield is clerk.


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Stets Pridgeon Opposes Boat Landing

Scheduled for White City Vicinity


Boat Safety Is


Them, of Week

This week coming up-July 2
through July 8 -has been chosen by
the U. S. Coast Guard as Boa&ting
Safety Week. The Coast Guard has
picked this week because of the
July 4 holiday and 'the 'beginning of
'the 'heavy 'boating season ithrough-
out -the nation.
The .purpose of the week is plain
enough-to encourage safety 'with
boats.
The 'special week is also jointly
sponsored by all national boating
organizations, among which is the
U. S. Power Squadrons organization
which is becoming active in Port
St. Joe.
The Coast Guard urges that you
take eapecial care in boati-s, activi-
ties throughout the year, but es-
pecially during Boating Safety
Week.


Hear Librar Plans


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The County Commission has re-
quested 'the State Road Department
to construct a boat landing 'beside
the 'bridge 'across 'the Intracostal
Canal at White City. The landing
is to be' for tree use by the public.
Boats are now launched in 'the area
*but the County has -asked the State
Road Department to make improve-
-ments on the landing.
Boat landing operator Stets Prid-
geon 'asked the County Commission
to request the -State 'to abandon .the
project Tuesday night. Pridgeon
told 'the Board he'didn't think it
was right for the State to construct
a business with -tax payers money
'to operate in competition with free
enterprise.
There would be no launching
charge at the proposed landing, but
Prid'geon charged 'that 'the landing
would hurt the 'business of his land-
ing which he operates on the 'Intra-
coastal Canal just up the Canal
from the proposed public landing.
The Board went against Prid-
geon's request and voted 'to let their
request with the State Road De-
partment stand, requesting the free
boat landing beside the White City
'bridge.


Four Boys Arrested

For Wrecking House


The revised redistricting plan
presented 'by the County Board's
committee was virtually ithe same
'as that presented iby the Jaycees
with some changes, being made in
Districts 'One and Two.
In District One, the Jaycees pro-
,posed that 'the Southern 'boundary
come to a section line just South
of the 'Intracoastal Canal at White
City and placed the "residents at
White City, East of Highway 71 In
this district. The Commi'ttee chang-
ed 'this district -by beginning at 'the
Howard Creek Road intersection,
*With Highway 71 and followed a
range line South placing all' resi-
dents in White City back in District
Three;.
District Two's Southern boundary
line was moved North from 'the In-
tracoastal Canal to there old *CCC
road running from White City to.
Just North of Overstreet.placing the
residents of' Overstreab.' bAk c In
District Three.
This chazige served to.place-onlyx,
those residents of the Dalkeith sec-
tion in- District One-A. J. -Strick-
iaux'a- District: This district now
has. a population of about 1,400.
District 2, represented by Comn-
missioner E. C. Harden, Sr., was
cut (back by the committee 'to, its
original population of 1,5.00.
These two districts were accept- I
(by the County Board as recom- 3
mended by the committee. 1
Boundaries on Districts Three,
Four and Five were recommended
in the Port St. Joe area a's the Jay- I
tees had presented 'them. These I
boundaries had District taking in I
all the beaches, Highland.View and
up 'to the West 'boundary of the I
Port St. Joe City Limits. The Jay -i
cees recommended that Districts ,f
Four and Five, use Long Avenue
as a dividing line. The present Dis-
tricts are divided ,by' Fifth Street. 's
The committee 'adopted the rocom- '
mendation of the Jaycees to use


Waterspout Roars

Up Canal Monday t

Tuesday morning about 11:15


Long as a ,boundary.
The Board wouldn't go along with
this division and 'moved 'to push
District Three West 'to 'the Gulf
County Canal and then go Bast to
Highway 71. This would place 'the
'area now occupied by Michigan
Chemical Company in Jimmy
Greer's District Four. The Board
then went along with 'dividing Dis-
tricts Four -and Five 'by Tenth
Street in place of the recommend-
ed Long Avenue.
All changes were recommended
'by Commissioner Leo Kennedy and
were 'agreed to by Commissioners
E. C. Harden, Sr., and A. J. Strick-
land. Commissioner Mrs. G. S.
Croxton opposed the changes made
on 'the committee recommenda-
tions.
During- the course of the lengthy
discussion that filled 'a good .por-
ti6n of the meeting, ~t was pointed
out repeatedly by R. H. Ellzey, act-
ing as spokesman .tif.ithe commit-
tee thati each memer- of ,the com-,
mittee had devoted much 'time and
effort 'to doing a job assigned them
by the County Commission and
now were 'having their efforts dis-
regarded.
Commissioner Kennedy made -the
statement that "about a.hundred"
people had approached him to op-
pose the reapportionment as out-
lined by the committeee.
(It might (be pointed out that the
presentation at the Tuesday Com-
mission meeting was the first pub-
ic presentation 'made of the com-
mnittee's :plan.)
As the division of County Com-
mission districts now stand -by
population, the Districts read as
follows:
(These figures are approximate,
as time did not allow another ,peru-
sal' of official census count for an
accurate population division).
District 1, .Commissioner A. J.
Strickland, 1,400 citizens.
District 2, Commissioner E. C.
Harden, Sr., 1,500 citizens.
District Three, Mrs. G. S. Orox-
on, 1,800 citizens.
District Four, Commissioner J.
H. Greer, 2,700 citizens.
District Five, Commissioner Leo


a.m. a waterspout tornado roared Kennedy, 2,500 citizens.
up -the mouth of the Gulf County This makes for a span of


Canal from out of the St. Joseph's
Bay.
According to witnesses, the tor-
nado came in, full of water, and
-daintily .picked its way up the ca-
nal sparing the many boats, fish
houses, -and other buildings on the
canal itself, ,and beside the canal.
No property dagame was ,reported
from ,the twister.


1,100


citizens difference 'between the
most 'populated district 'and the
least populated district.
The Jaycee 'plan had a span of
300 citizens.
The Jaycees report that they plan
to carry the action further and at-
tempt to divide the county on a
.population 'basis, according to 'the
reapportioning law.


NOTICE
Dr. E. T. Adams, DVM, will be at the City Hall
Fire Station ,on Friday, June 30, 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 treated.
All persons who own dogs are urged to bring
them to the City Hall Fire Station for vacination
between the above stated hours, Friday, June 30,
1961.
H. W. GRIFFIN,
Chief of Police
City of Port St. Joe, Florida


Consultant

be spent on books, bookmobiles,


labor, etc. in the operation of a li- Four teen-age 'boys were 'arrested
brary. by the Gulf County Sheriff's De-
Before a library can be establish- apartment Monday afternoon for do-
ed .and receive this matching money ing damage to a house at Beacon
it is necessary to have an initial Hill.
investment of $25,000.00. For this Arrested were three boys from
reason, Miss Cole recommended Texas and one boy 'from Panama
that Gulf County join with Bay Ci'ty, ranging 'in age from 14 to 18
County in providing library facili- for tearing up the inside of a house
-ties. This would provide a perman- managed by Pete Ivey of St. Joe
ent library, in Port St. Joe and Beach. The boys entered the house
bookmobile service for the entire according to officials, around noon
county. Monday and broke dishes, lamps,
radios, 'furniture, and literally tore
Many of the Kiwanians express- up the inside of the beach house.
ed an acute interest in 'the library The damage was discovered by
-project. Ivey, who called the Sheriff's De-
Guest of the club was Leon Hobbs apartment.
a student at Port St. Joe High Names of 'the four boys were not
School. I released due to their age.


NUBE 4


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NUMBER 40


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Miss Laurie Annette Ward Becomes the a gandy wih seembroidered or
Sr and voluminous tiered skirt. Her
Bride of Harry P. Tison On June 24 silk veil of illusion was attached


Solemn nuptial vows were ex-I while the couple knelt at 'the prie
changed Saturday evening, June 24 .dieu. The traditional "Wedding'
at the First Methodist Church by March" was 'played.
Miss Laurie Annette Ward, daugh- The bride's attendants, wearing
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Massey Jerni. beautiful ballerina length ,bouffant
gan Ward of Mobile, Ala., and Har- gowns of silk nile organza with
ry Paul Tison, ;son of Mr. and Mrs. cummerbunds of a darker hue over
Edward Tison of Bonifay. taffeta, preceded the 'bride to the
The impressive double ring cere- altar. The gowns were fashioned
money was 'solemnized at five-thirty with v-shaped necklines and large'
o'clock by the Rev. John Carmich 'bows at back of-cummerbunds land
ael, minister of the First Metho- bouffant organza skirts. Their head-
dist Church. dreeses were nile horsehair large
At -either -side of the sanctuary brimmed hats with bows at back
and behind the altar, soft candle- and they carried summer bouquets


light from nmyriads of burning ta-
,pers in cathedral candelabra re-
Glected warmly on the green foliage
and .enhanced the beauty of the
standards of white floral arrange-
ments at either side of .the altar.
White .satin ribbons -marked the
pews reserved for the families of


of waxed ivy.
Mrs. Patricia Dandridge of Lynn
Haven, attended her -sister as her
matron of honor. Bridesmaids were
Miss Barbara Ward, cousin of the
bride and Miss Martha Costin.
Flower girl was Miss Patsy Dan-


the bridal couple. adridge of01 ynn naven, niece oi Lne
bride. She wore 'a floor length gown
Mrs. 'Mark Tomlinson, organist, ,fashioned 'on identical lines as 'the
presented a program of pre-nu.ptial senior maids and ;she carried a bas-
msusic ,and accompanied Tommy ket of ashasta daisies.
Pr.idgeon, soloist, as he sang "Be- The bride, given in marriage by
cause"- 'and "The Lord's' Prayer", her father, was 'radiantly lovely in


Mrs. Harry Paul Tison


to a wreath of Shasta daisies
she carried an old fashioned b
quet of Shasta daisies. Her jewel
included 'her grandmother'.s
mond brooch, traditionally worn
members of ithe Ward family
several generation's..
The bridegroom was attended
Jack Bush of Bonif'ay. His ush
were Fl'oye Brewton of Jack'sonv
and John Howard of Port St. Jo
Following the ceremony, a rec
tion was held in the social room
the church.
As guests entered, they w
greeted by members of the w
ding party, who were standing
the entrance 'of the room. The
end of the .reception room was
setting of 'seven-branched can
abra entwined with ivy and wi
waxed 'butterflies. The ,focal pi
of the reception room, the bri'
table, was 'draped with a 'beaut
white ruffled organdy cloth o
nile cotton. The five-tiered wedd
cake was surrounded with a
net ruffle and ivy. A massel
rangement of white chrysanU
mums and fern, was used at
end- of the table. A 'silver candeh
ra holding white 'tapers complex
the .setting. The punch table
highlighted with 'silver caodela
holding white tapers and a ha
some silver punch bowlw. Sil
trays of mints and nuts also adc
ed 'the 'table.
Serving 'refreshments were M
Lucille Martin of Tallahassee; Mi
Rachael Wimberly of Port St. J
Miss Brenda Ward, Miss Elizab
Ward -and Miss Mary Cor.n
Mona, cousins of the bride, P
St. Joe.
Floor hostesses were Mrs. H
bert Brown., Mrs. Boyd H. Mi
and Mrs. John Robert Smith. M
Wayne Taylor of Athens, Ga., g
sided -at the bride's book.
For 'the couple's wedding t'
'the 'bride chose a ,green cotton s
of nile green with mat. "ing
blouse. Following 'their h''ieymc
to 'points of interest in Florida,
couple will be at 'home at St.
Beach, near Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Tison is a graduate of
Florida State Univers.ty. ShI 1
,been .on the 'faculty 'of 'the Mow
Elementary School at Lynn Hav
Mr Tison received his vducati
alFo 'at the Florida State. Univ
sity where he was a member
imiau C(Ci iand Alpha Kappa P
f .termitnie'. HO i ass.,c' st-d -i '
p..rsonnel office of the St. Joe
,per Company at Port St. Joe.

Vacationing At Beach
Rev. and Mrs. Harry Punt, a 'f
,mer pastor i'of the Presbyteri
Church here in Port St. Joe are '
rcationing 'this week in one of 1
Grice Cottages at St. Joe Beach


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961


Mrs. Dennis Edward Arnold


Miss Melba Butts and Dennis E. Arnold

Exchange Marriage Vows On June 24

Miss Melba Butts, .daughter of topped with a miniature bride and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alton Bu'ts of groom. Greenery and floral arrange-
'his city and Dennis Edward Ar- ments added to the setting.


nold, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. George
NV. Arnold, Sr., of Edgartown, Mash
s-achusetts exchanged mar riage
vows June 24 in the Oak Grove As-
sembly of God Church at 4:00 p.m.
Rev. Fred H. Hadley performed
the double ring ceremony.
Mrs. M. P. Tomlinson, organist,
accompanied A. B. Rutland, solo-


Miss Treva Campbell 'of Port S't,
Joe, 'attended the bride's book and
Mrs. Charlotte Hall of Panama City
served the cake. Mrs. Burton Rob-
erts ,of Vancleave, Mississippi; Mrs,
Mildred Fulton of Panama City and
Miss Nancy Tynes were toa girls.
The couple left for a wedding
trip to the mountains. The bride's.


ist, wino sarg, "'The Sweetest Story traveling ensemble was 'of ivory
ionl Ever Told", "Because", "Oh, Per- knit. With it she wore bone colored
'er- feo' Love" and at the conclusion of accessories and her .mother's cor-
of the ceremony, "The Lord's Prayer". sage .of white roses..
Phi .Jen'tering the ceremony scene
hb.e ; -'. -uaburst arrangement -of :Couple Honored With
Sa- white 'gladioli and fern. On either Pre-Wedding Dinner
side were 14 branch candelabras, P.,
and arrangements of paims. Miss Annette Ward and Harry
or- rs. Warren Yeager, sister of Tison were honored Tuesday eve-
n the bride, attended as matron nig of last week with a dinner
In honor and Miss Linda Jean Bond'party given by Mr and Mr.. Mil-
va- of IGulfport, Mississippi 'attended ton Chafin ,at their home on Gar-
the as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were i so, en u
Mrs. Jimmy Locke, Pasesgoula, risaAvenue.
TMrs. Jimmy Locke, Pscgou, he honored couple was preseht-
Miss.; Miss Grace Reeves, Mc-' ed a covercdd vegetable dish in
domb, Miss. 'Chantilly silver by the host 'and
Bridal attendants were dressed hostess as a momento of the occa-
in orchid sheaths with full over- sion.
skirts, and designed with sabrina Those 'attending were Miss M'a'-
necklines. They carried cascade tha Costin and Bob Kerkham, Mr.
arrangements of deep purple as- aid Mrs. Tommy Pridgeon, Jr,, Mr.
ters. Their only jewelry was .a sin- and Mrs. John Howard, Mr. 'and
gle .strand of pearls, 'gift from the Mrs. Dillon Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
,bride. James Costin, Mr. and Mrs. Vance
,Cynthia Bu'ts, sister of the bride, Kilbourn, Mrs. Massey Ward, motbh-
attended as flower girl. Her dress er of the bride-elect and the hon-
was identical to the other ,bridal ored couple.
attendants 'and she carried a min- ..... ..
nature arrangement of deep purple
Sisters.
Warren Yeager, Jr., was ring-
,bearer. He carried a white satin
pillow adorned with- lace and wed-
ding 'rings.
Wilbur and Lamar Bu'tts, bro-
thers of the bride, attended as can-
diebearers.
Donald Quinn of Panama City at-
tended 'the groom. as best man.
Ushers were Warren Yeager, Sr.,
of Port St. Joe and Kenneth Ellis,
of Port St. Joe.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a long white wed-
ding gown of clipped chantilly lace
over bridal satin. Motifs of the lace
outlined the 'scalloped neckline, and
the long sleeves formed points at
the wrists. The -bouffant skirt of
tulle featured ;insertions of lace
'panels ,from 'the waist to the hem-
line 'and had an underskirt of tiny
ruffles. Her veil was attached to
a queen's crown -of seed .pearl.
She carried a cascade arrangement;
of white roses. Her only jewelry
was a drop pearl, a gift from the
groom.
Mrs. Henry Alton Butts, 'mother
of the bride, chose for her daugh-
ter's wedding, an olive green istreet-
length dress with white accessories.
Her corsage was of white roses.
Mrs. Mattle Arnold, grandmother
of the bridegroom was 'attired in,
an aqua ,dress with white accessor-
ies and she wore a corsage of white Other Edgerton Styl
iris.
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held in the
church.
Centering the bride's table cov-
ered with a handmade crochet ta-
blecloth was a tiered wedding cake


Final Wedding

Plans Are Told

Final wedding plans are announc-
ed today for the marriage of Miss
Ruth Lynn Ramsey to John Joseph
Kerigan of Bridgeport, Conn.
The wedding will ibe .solemnized
in St. Joseph's Church with Rev.
Paul Hogarty officiating ,on July
1 at 12:00 ;o'clock noon.

Miss Mary Dell Ramsey, sister of
the bride-elect, wil Isreve as maid
of honor. Bridsem'aids will ibe Mrs.
James B. Roberts .of this city and
Miss Rita Juliano of Trumbull,
Conn.

Attending Mr. Kerigan, as best
man will be his 'brother, W. F. Keri-
gan, Jr., of Bridgeport, Conn.
Grooms'men will be Jim Kerigan,
brother of the bridegroom-elect,
and Donald Ramsey of Greensboro,
N. C. and brother of the bride-elect.
Master Billy Kerigan, nephew of
the' 'bridegroom-elect, will 'be ring-
ibearer.

Wedding music will be presented
by M.rs. Jane Allen, organist.
All friends -of the couple are in-
vited to attend the wedding and
the garden reception at the chateau
'following the ceremony.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKniglht,
lof Daytonka Beach announce the
'birth o'f a -daughter, Melonie Lynn
born June 17 in a Daytona Beach
hospital. Local grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. C. Harry McKnight.





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Miscellaneous Shower
Honors Bride-Elect

'Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey, bride-
elect, was the honoree 'at an infor-
'mal miscellaneous shower given
Saturday morning at the home af
Mrs. E. T. Pridgeon, Jr. Hostesses
were Mrs. Bo Bray aind Mrs. E. T.
Pridgeon, Jr.
The party rooms were 'beautifully
decorated .using yellow as the color
scheme. Guests were former class-
mates of Miss Ramseys.


BIRTHS

,Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. White of
1601 Marvin Avenue announce the
;birth of a daughter, Alexia Jean'ette
on June 24.
4:. @4. .
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Preston
Rhames of Highland View announce
the birth of a son, Tony Curtis on
June 22.
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Mr. 'and Mrs. James Verlon Nor-
ris of Oak Grove 'announce the
birth of twin sons, Doyle Eugene
and James Verlon on June 20.
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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Law-
rence, 1315 Long Avenue, announce
the birth of a son-, David Garland
on June 26.,
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iMr. and Mrs. George Whitting-
ton, 223 Seventh Street, announce
the birth of 'a baby girl, Brenda
Lee on June 26.
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(All births occurred at the 'Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith of Port St. Joe announce
the engagement and approaching marriage of their
daughter, Patsy, to Donald Haddan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dorton Haddan, also of this city.
Final wedding plans will be announced at a later
date.


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NEWS FtOM
Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Farmer and
children of Los Angeles, Calif., are
visiting her sister, Mrs. Sidney
Gordon this week.
Mrs. Willard Cooper and son,
,Paul and David Britcher of Fort
Walton Beach visited Wednesday
with Mrs. Willie Enfinger.
Mrs. Lee Whltting'on and Mrs.
Dorothy Dormany and children
spent Friday in Pensacola.
The community extends a wel-
come to Frank Everson and em-
ployees of the St. Joe Sheet Metal
Works who are opening the Cox
building on Highway 98 for busi-
ness.
Mrs. Hazel Hickman of Phenix
City, Ala., visited -her daughter,


ZMrs. BerniCe tmday for several
days.
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. T. Brannon and
Sharron of Carrabelle visited the
Stewart Lyle family Sunday.
Gene Cox left Saturday for two
weeks of summer camp work at
Camp Stephens near Crawfordville,
Mrs. Mae Creamer and Mr. and
Mrs. George Simmons spent 'the
week end with Mrs. Creamer's sis-
ter, Mrs. C. E. Whitaker and family
at the Bethlehem Camp Ground
near Bonifay.
Clinton Cox spent Monday and
Tuesday in Wakulla Counoty visiting
with friends and relatives.
STORK SHOWER
Mrs. Nancy Lyl eand Mrs. Mattie
Bray honored Mrs. Shirley Williams
with a 'stork shower at *th eLyle
home at 661 Hayes Ave., June 26
at 7:30 p.m. Games were played


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Historical Events of Big Bend Area


A new '231 page book of interest-
ing accounts of many Northwest
Florida events, including those that
have 'happened in Gulf County, has
been released this week by Harold
W. Bell of 34)9 N. MacArthur, Pana-
ma City. The book is 'a historical
work containing 20 selected pic-
tures, maps and illustrations to
make the ,book more appealing and
interesting.
The book is the culmination of a
six-year research project which 'ha!.
been carried on in the counties of

and .prizes awarded 'the winners,
Mrs. Carol Land, Mrs. Melba Peak
and Barbara Beck.
Refreshments of salad, Ritz,
cookies and punch were 'served to
those 'attending. The group includ-
ad Mrs. Betty Parnell, Mrs. Ethel
Peak, Mrs. Mae Creamer, Mrs.
Melba Peak, Mrs. Carol Land, Mrs.
Doris oung, Mrs. Bessie Beck, Mrs.
Lillian Can'nington, Barbara Beck.
Those unable to attend but sending
gifts were: Mrs. Catherine Grace,
Mrs. Watson, Betty Jane Bray, Mrs.
Silas Player and 'Mrs. Jeon Gort-
man.
The honoree received many use-
ful gifts and they were gratefully
appreciated.


Bay, Gulf, Calhoun, Washington
and Jackson. Many official records,
both federal and state, early issues
of many different newspapers in
'the area, personal interviews with
more .than 200 older residents have
made the publication possible.
Material in the book is invaluable
for making 'a study of this area.
The ,book contains chapters or
sections on such topics as the
steamboat days on 'the Apalachicola
River, the period of early St. Joseph
and its destruction, 'early Wewa-
hitchka and the Dead Lakes, Flor-
ida's 'first Constitutional Conven-
tion and ,then details of General
Andrew Jackson's activities in
Northwest Florida.
Chapters are also included on the
beginning of the Intra-Coastal Can-
ai, salt making on St. Andrews Bay
during the Civil War, 'formation of
Bay County from Washington Coun-
ty and .many events of adjoining
counties. Details regarding the for-
mation of Tyndall Field are includ-
ed.
The new book is available 'by
writing to Bell and include payment
of $3.50 per copy.
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Vets Children

May Receive Aid
Children of deceased peacetime
veterans may be eligible for Or-
phans' Educational Assistance, Ver-
erans Administration' officials said
this week, providing their veteran-
parent died of disease or injury in-
curred' or 'aggravated in line of
duty during active service.
This program, originally called
the War Orphans' Educaiton Asis*-
ance Program, was amended by
Congress to include 'those children
whose 'deceased parent had served
in the period just before or after
World War II, and since the Ko-
rean Conflict, with no service in
actual war periods.
Full information on any phase of
the program may ibe obtained
from 'any VA office, Robert H.
Holmes, Officer in Charge of the
VA office at Marianna said.

Boat Reregistration

Method Set Up
Ernest Mitts, director of the
Florida State Board of Conserva-
,tion announced this week the me-
thod of re-registration of both
pleasure 'and commercial boats.
Pleasure boat owners will' re-
register their vessels on August 1,
1961. Owners will take their certi-
ficates lof registration, to the Tax
collector, 'and he will issue 'a new
one. At this time, the owner will
be given a decal which shall be
displayed .on the right or 'starboard
side of the craft alongside the reg-
istration number. This decal will
be effective for 1961 through 1963.
Boat owners will be permitted to
operate their boats during July
with the present certificate and
markings.
Commercial boat owners will re-
register 'their craft on July 1, 1961
in the same manner as in the past
and will 'also display a decal on the
right or ,starboard side alongside
the present markings. Director
Mittts stated tha* there will tbe no
additional charge for the decals to
either 'the pleasure or commercial
boat owners.
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We wish to thank the many peo-


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PHONE BALL 7-4261
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GUY N. MIDDLETON ---- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS -
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MRS. R. DAVIS, TREVA SURRENCY -...--. Lingerie and Hosiery
GERALD THOMAS Maintenance and Stock Man

By Popular Demand. Boyles'

Big "8o C SALE"I ISHeld Over
Terrific Savings On New Summer Merchandise .
ADDED FEATURE: Fourth of July BANG-UP VALUES!


Dear Friends:
A look 'at the Lighter Side of Sell-
ing: Sign on a butcher 'shop in
London: "We make sausage for
Queen Elizabeth II". Sign' on a ri-
val shop across the :street: "God
Save The Queen". The owner of
a new spotless -fish store i'n San
Francisco is going to ,have to
change 'the placard in his window.
"We sell anything that 'swims", he
boasted proudly. Then a customer
walked in and- demanded Esther
Williams.
Fourth of July Bang-Up Values
are being featured 'in connection
with our 88c Sale. These special
offerings include new items that
have arrived for hot weather and
vacation wear! Have you noticed
Guy Middleton's red, white -and
blue sign, on Boyles windows? The
firecracker is a Middleton original
and looks like it might go off any
time! Sidwealk supervision and
able assistance was forthcoming
.from deputy sheriffs. Wayne -White
and Jimmy Barfield. In fact Wayne


indicates .artistic ability with 'a
rocket sign on the .ladies window.
Action Polaroid pictures were tak-
en -of this demonstration' and may
be viewed in 'the Polaroid depart-
ment at Boyles!
Another ,downtown street scene
is interesting: There's a big, brave
healthy looking, blooming tomato
vine growing on 'the Third Street
side -of Smith's Pharmacy (right be-
,side the loafer's bench). It appears
that John Robert has been feeding
it vitamin's!
Did you know that Boyles Wed-
nesday A. M. Riot Sales are making
Value History? The cash register
tells the story with sales equal
and ahead of other full week days!
Follow the thrifty 'shoppers to
Boyles on Wednesday A. M. You'll
see what 'brings 'em!
Late this week with our copy and
'editor Wesley is squawking. Let's
have a -big, happy, safe Fourth 'and
save real' money on Boyles Bang-
Up Buys!. S'long -RGB .


pie of Port St. Joe who we'e so preciated in our hour of sorrow.
kind and considerate during the re- May God *richly bless you all.
cent illness and death of our loved Mrs. Thomas E. Maloney
one, Thomas Edward Maloney. Judith Ann nad Shirley Mae
Your kindness was sincerely ap- Horton


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Highland View
By BETTY CARAMKft
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams and
on of Clewiston visited Thursday
with. Mr&. L. H. Kelley and family.
SMr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown are
now residing in Savannah, Tena,
where Mr. Brown is employed in
the new paper mill in that city.
Friends of little Tammy Mims
will regret to learn she is a ,patient
in ithe Municipal Hospital this
week. We pray for 'her a speedy
recovery.
Mrs. Willie Eanfinger is visiting


da4ightor, Mrs, WIllard Coopor indl
taiItly, ; -
Mrs. Clinton tCox and Gd A 0ox
ahtompanied by Mis LindA Wil-
liams attended Sunday, the open
house and dedication services of
,the Children's Bible Mission. Camp
located near Hacoda, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters spent
the week end In Clarksville with
Mrs. Nellie Marshall and Wood-
row Carr and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C: Miles attend-
.ed Saturday, the. Miles reunion
bled at Carl Gray Wayside Park
near St. Andrews.
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THURSDAY, JUNKE 9, Iii
M m. Irene Burkett df d lountstoWn
visited Mrs. Ruby Gordon and fam-
ily Saturday.
Mrs. Georgie Peters returned to
her home in Brewton, Ala., Friday
after visiting her son, B. A. Peters
and family.
Participate In
Horse Show
Mr. and V Vrs. David Rich, Polly
Smith and, Betty Hammond attend-
ed and participated in the horse
show in Panama ,City sponsored by
the Bay County Saddle Club, June
24. The show was presented to
benefit the Anna Miller Circle No.
15F8, B.P.O. Elks.
* David Rich rode Anne Oakley,
owned and trained !by Mary He.en
Richi 'in 'the barrel race ani won
tirst .plaee. He received a beautifui
trophy and ribbon. His timh ws
2? seconds.
Mary Helen Rich rode Anne
Oakley In the jumping and won
second place.
Betty Hammond rode he rhorse,
Trigger, Jr., n 'the jumping- and
won third place.
Polly Smith rode Dan owned by
Mr. and Mrs. David Rich in the
open pleasure and stake race.
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James W. Knight
Completes Training
MEMPHIS (FHTNC)-James W.
Knight,. airman, USUN, son of .Mr.
and Mrs. William G. Knight of 304
Duval St., Port St. Joe, was grad-
uated, May 26, from ,the two-week
Aviation Familiarization School ,at
the Naval Air Technical Training
Center, Memphis, Tenn.
His 'instruction included aircraft
handling, first-aid and fire fight-
ing. The course prepared 'students
for more technical study in 'anoth-
er school at 'the Memphis training
center.
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Inspect the timber with the wood*
Slorida Garden Information land owner or his representative.
He will recommend the kind of har'-
By FRANK V. MORRIS Florida's farm forestry pingram vest that should be made. Then he
Florida -Farm Forester began in 1941. It is under th esuper- will help select, mark, and maesure
Few people realize that small vision of 'the Florida Forest Ser- the trees to be cut, and will com-
woodlands make up nearly 50% of vice and is financed by state, fed- pute its volume for the landowner.
commercial forest area in Florida. eral, and county funds. The farm He will give the landowner the
A majority of wocll'and owners forester can perform marking and names of possible buyers, and will
own less than 50 acres apiece. estimating services for only three let buyers know that .the timber is
days o nany one landowner's wood- for sale. He will indicate a general
The services of a professional lands during the year. The land- range of prices for the area.
forseter are free upon request to owner is expected to help the for-
ssist the small landowners in the ester or provide assistance. en- The landowner should callhis



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hs trees. are active in Northwest Florid'a
The .farm forester is ,trained to and daily inspection of 'any wounds
examine 'the -health and growing on livestock or household pets' Is
conditions of 'a forest, to recognize imperative if we are to lean the,
its ailments, and to recommend extent of this new threat," .Mea-1
cures. dows added. ..- .
A well planned forestry program He also urged prompt reporting
on any woodland, carried out with of any case of worms found in, *a
the aid of a professionally .trained wound on any warm-blooded ani-
fcrester, means much in future pro- mal, including household .pets such
fits. 'as cats or dogs. Reports can be
For additional information, con- made to the local veterinarian,
tact your Oaunty Farm Forester county .agent *or livestock inapect-
nearest you. ; or, or phoned in direct to the Boni-
'fay sorewworm headquarters. The
S w S w headquarters phone number is Li-
Screwworms Show berty 7-2072. Colect calls reporting
suspected eases will be accepted
Up In NW Florid at any time, Meadows said.


TALLAHASSEE-Livestock own-
ers in, Northwest Florida, and in
he nearby Alabama counties 'of
Houston, Cov.i.ngton and Geneva
are urged to inspect daily 'any
wounds on their animals becausee
,of the threat of screwworm flies
in that area.
A second case of screwworm in-
festation on the farm six miles.
northwest of Bonifay where the
first case was discovreed last week
has been confirmed, 'according to
Doyle Conner, Florida Commission-
er of Agriculture. A third case, two
miles distant, .also has been con-
firmed.


at ,once ,to ,collect worm samples
'for identification, and to treat any
wound when reports 'ard received.
Combing the Boni-fay area is 'a
force of 12 State and Federal in-
spectors under .supervision of Dr.
Meadows and Dr. S. C. Gartm'an,
representing the U. S. Department
of Agriculture. Plans have been
made to obtain sterile screwworm
,flies from an "Insuran.ce colony"
being maintained 'at Kerrville,
Texas, and start regular dispresals
over the .infested 'area.
Guests of Dawsons
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Colliso.n


"Any livestock 'subjected to rou- and family of St. Louis, Michigan


tin.e wounding .such as castration,
branding, dehorning or ear-mark-
ing, should be closely watched 'and
'not turned loose to roam in woods
or 'swamps," said Dr. M. E. Mea-
dows, Jr., Florida director of 'the
current State-Federal drive to wipe
out the recently discovered pest.
"It is evident screwworm, flies


were guests during the 'past week
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dawson.
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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT-
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Begley of
1491 Montgomery Ave., Bronx 53,
N. Y., announce the birth .of a
daughter, Delores Mary, 'born May
14.


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THURSDAY, JUNO 2, 1061


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VISIT

MEXICO BEACH LAUNDERETTE

Fluff Fold Coin Machines
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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 Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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


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

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



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 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ....--.... 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors



1,874,027 PEOPLE DID NOT DIE
Fifteen years ago, before the wonder drugs were
discovered, death claimed 10.8 out of every 1,000
people in the U.S. But today, the death rate is
down to 9.2 per 1,000 people-the lowest in his-
tory. This means that 1,874,027 people DID NOT
DIE in the past 15 years--thanks to the antibio-
tics, the hormones, and the other miracle pres-
criptions which are now available. That's why
we say:
TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
BARGAIN IN HISTORY
The Most Complete Prescription Department -
Have Your Doctor Phone Us or Bring Your Prescription To
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Long Avenue

G. A.'s Meet
The Dorothy Weeks G. A. of 'the
Long Avenue Baptist Church met
June 26 in, the home of Edith Mc-
Lawhon for the monthly G. A. plan-


big car


ning meeting. New officers were
elected 'and parts were given out
for the month of July.
Those present were: Edith Mc-
Lawhon, Dale Jackson, 'Catherine
Ramsey, Cecelia Boone, Becky
Boone, Mrs. George ,McLawhon
and Mrs. Keith Ward.
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Lots On Gulf Of Mexico Yet Set Price


AUCTION


300
'Prize Lots Go
Property of Beach Higah-


Mon., July 3 10 a.m. lands Corp., Bsho B
Owners Florida Real
tate Commission NumI
Gala Holiday Siesta on the Beach AD-61060
BEACH HIGHLANDS-CENTER OS MIRACLE STRIP
BETWEEN FORT WALTON and PANAMA CITY BEACH
Go 20 miles E. from St. Walton on U.S. 98 to 30-A, turn right
Dune Allen Beach on, Gul-f. 2 miles from. Santa Rosa.
Spectacular Sites For Full Or Part-Time Homes
6,000' PAVED STREETS- 1700' ON GULF
1200' ON STALLWORTH LAKE


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Wonderful world at your doorstep! Mhitest
beaches in U.S. nationally famous for
25% Down fishing solid economic opporutnity. com-
T 'E R M S muling distance of Eglin Field, 22 miles
S5 y away. Perfect tor entertaining and rest.
Balance 5 years Build her eand collect kent wlhet. you're
at 6%. A way tnot using your home; have a place when it's
save. time to retire. Good planning evident. Sen-
sible restriction's.
Scarce Seashore Land In A Growth Area -- Get
Lots Now And Hold For Gain Timeless Value
High, Dry Land Ideal for Investors, Builders
Ocean-front land is getting .scarce, 'but more in demand. Beach
Highlands is largest, most desirable tract between Lort Walton
and Panama City. Many factors point .to 'steadily increasing
value. Get lots and hold them tor gain, or build homes which
should 'sell 'at 'a premium price. They're going for what 'they
bring. So get as many as you can afford.
Holiday Fun for All ... Combine Business and Pleasure

F R E E Brochure Call or Write
Show's pictures; gives detail's. Come
New 17' All-Purpose to 'auction aerly and see what own-
Aristo-Craft Boat ership of -a lot here will mean.
for some person at auc- J. L. TODD AUCTION CO.
tion.; Registered Florida
Music Fun Suriprises! Real Estate Brokers,
Bring your camera, and 1005-16th St., North Phone 7-5548
fishing gear. ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA


Gulf Canal Survey

Is Authorized
WASHINGTON, D. C.-Senator
Spessard Holland ,and Congressman
Robert L. F. Sikes announced Tues-
day that the Senate Public Works
Committee had authorized a new
survey looking towards improve-
ment of the Gulf County Canal.
Senator Holland requested the
authorization from the Senate Com-
mittee and Senator Dennis Chavez
of New Mexico, chairman of the
committee, informed him that it
had been granted.
Senator Holland .made the move
at the request of Congressman
Sikes who said going through the
Senate Committee enabled him to
speed the project 'along.
.Congressman Sikes said' Monday,
"I now ,plan to ask the House Ap-
pr6,priatlons Committee for the $18,-








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000 needed to finance the survey."
Sikes said -the House Committee
was moving slow on, such projects
and he 'decided ,to get approval thru
the Senate to speed the authoriza-





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tton.
Senator Chavez said he had ask-
ed the Board of Engineers for Riv-
ers and, Harbors to review the re-
ports of 'the Chief of Engineres on
the canal extending from the West
Coast Intracoastal Waterway to St.
.Joseph'is Bay. The Canal is some
,six miles in length and joins the
Intracoastal Water which runs from
Brownsville, Texas 'to Carrabelle.
This is 'to ibe done with the view
of determining 'if the recommenda-
'tion should ibe modified with refer-
ence to increased dimension' in the
interests 'fo navigation on the Gulf
County Canal'.
'Senator Chavez notified Lt. Gen.
Walter K. Wilson, Jr., Corps of En-
gineers Chief, of 'the committee's
action, and Congressman Sikes 'said
the survey will follow appropriation
of the funds.
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Working In Massachusetts
Jimmy Adams and Richard Zip-
perer are working this summer at
a summer resort at Nantucket,
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1-Reg. $239.00 Modern Maid. Slightly used. New guar-
antee. GAS RANGE $149.00
1-Automatic Frigidaire. Works perfect. As Is.
WASHING MACHINE $39.95
1-30" Westinghouse. As is. RANGE .....---..---.... $29.95
10 Cu. Ft. Used Westinghouse. 3 year guarantee on unit.
Looks new. REFRIGERATOR $139.00
Blonde maple Innerspring Mattress. Reg. $89.00
YOUTH BED $59.95
Includes maple bed, box springs and innerspring matt-
ress. Used. SINGLE BED 'OUTFIT -------.......... $39.00
4 Double used. Your Choice. INNERSPRING
MATTRESSES $7.95
5 Singles and doubles. Your Choice. COTTON
MATTRESSES $4.95
2-Used 2-piece. Your Choice. LIVING ROOM
SUITE $12.95
3-Piece Crescent, with set of extra covers. Good condi-
tion. LIVING ROOM SUITE $49.95
3-Piece sectional with extra covers. Clean. LIVING
ROOM SUITE $39.95
Reg. $149.00 Simmons. Slightly used. SLEEPER
SOFA $79.00
2-Piece. Original price, $289.00. Kroehler. Foam cush-
ions. LIVING ROOM SUITE $139.00
Used Beautyrest. Good condition. MATTRESS .... $39.00
Assortment of 6. Your choice. OCCASIONAL
CHAIRS $4.95
Used double BOOKCASE BED $9.95
1 .Group LAMPS 2 PRICE
Used. Good condition. METAL DOUBLE BED .... $9.95
Reg. $359.00. New. 2-Piece LIVING ROOM
SUITE $259.00


ONE GROUP ODDS and ENDS
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rOoiihl 2-5lt'~4 hou10 l, 30 U1 I-!OBB
Ave. AlOi 2 bedrooni l)l'icKi lkue
with lMAe living ro0Af, flP'pIce;
dfihl.lg roomn, garage,1031 Long Av.
J. A, Mira, Photne 64-.4128, tfc
FOR RENT: IHouse On Long Ave-
- .iue facing Elementary School.
Call Mrs. Nora Duren, Phone 7-5471
FOR RENT: Unfltirnished large
:.-ice 2-bedroom 'house with fenc-
ed in back yard. Nice neighborhood.
Phone 227-8536. .- tfc
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
'Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
FOR SALE: St. Joe Beach Five


I (LA'iAFE A0S

?6R RENT: f lydrt'ofth tItS 6*
apartments. i'urnishled o' unitif-
htished. Call i91901, M. J. Ander-
son. tfc-10-6.
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 7-5771. tfe-12-5
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call BAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far-
mer. flc-2-16
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only. Call Mrs.
Morgan Jones. 227-7641. tic-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 kitchenette and ,bath. Ph.
227-5065. 4 milse South of Port St.
Joe on Florida 30. tfc-6-1
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house,
3 bedroom $58 month, water fur-
nished.
Unfurnished upstairs apartment
2 'bedroom 522 3rd Street. Phone
227-8642. AFC 6-15.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
upstairs apt. Close to town. Call
Mrs. Hubert Brinson -227-5756.


and taKe up VA loan. uall U. .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. itfc-6-8
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.
St. Joe Beach. Phone 648-4286. tifc


FOR SALE: 1960 Rambler Ameri-
can Station Wagon, 2,300 actual
miles. Like new. $1595. Will take
older model car in on trade. Phone
227-5261. tfc-5-18
PEOPLE'S PAWN SHOP: "Buy,'
sell or trade confidentially with
confidence". The litt le man's
friend. 401 East Third St. Phone
227-3416. tfc-4-20,
FOR SALE: 45'x8- Richardson
*house trailer with automatic
washer. $2,995.00. Call Bill Rich
at 229-1145.- tfc-5-4
FOR SALE:, Cow manure,' $12.00 a
pick-up load. Call the Beaches,
648-4245, Mrs. Hardy. 3tc-6-22
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom Walter
home, $4500 with four lots. Boat
and 'trailer. 0. H. Taylor, owner.
See Mrs. James Godwin at W'hie
City. 2tp


The business meeting will be
hel. Pl1 day Friday at Frank's
Ranch. Friday evening, George
Core, Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County will speak to the
groupat at a dinner. Mr. Core will
speak on preservation of County re-
cords in 'time of disaster.
Saturday morning .the Civil De-
,fen.se Directors 'will 'take a tour of


the Vitro Weapons Center at Cape president of the Senate and Mary
San Blas. Gerding of Umatilla as speaker of
,the House.
Girls State, sponsored by the
,.l- I American Legion Auxiliary, is 'meet-
ing for ,a week-long study of gov-
i ernment on the campus 'of Florida
SWState University. It will complete
its sessions on Thursday morning
Sand' Girls, State 'will adjourn after
a .graduation program at 8 p.m. on
Thursday.
i Patricia Kerrigan, dau,.t',er of
6'- i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerrigan of
t'" Port St Joe has 'been elected to
II" ,the House of Representatives at
Girls State.


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FOR .SALE: 3 bedroom insulated
'house. Hardwood floors, wired for
air conditioner and electric stove.
Corner lot, 302 16th St., $8.500. M_
$57.21 monthly payments.. FHA fi- Z
nancing, 25-year mortgage. '$300
down, payment plus FHA closing
costs. Write or call collect, Ben
Dickens, 1101 Piedmont Drive, Tal-
lahassee, Florida. Phone 385-1015. JAMES W. KNIGHT
FOR SALE
1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico
Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot. Jam esKniUht
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile 'bath.
Priced at only $10,975.00. Finish C Sc Aho I
2. Large frame house, over 2,000 1 niShes JichoUUI
ft. of floor space on five acres of
lihd at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,- M PI H C-JamesW. '
00o. MEMPHIS (FHTNC)-James W.
3. 3,bedroom house, 1 bath, car- Knight, airman, USN, son 'of Mr.
port and utility room, on Marvin and Mrs. Wiliam'G. Knight of 304
Avenue. ]ay owner's equity and Dural St., lbrt St. Joe, was grad-
assume balance of $9,461.56 pay- rt t Joe was
able at $70.00 per month. uated, May 26, 'from 'the two-week
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for Aviation Familiarization School at
fish camps and retirement homes, the Naval Air Technical Training
Terms arranged to suit you. Center, Memphis, Tenn.
5. Lots to rsale at St. Joe Beach.
1 block from water. Reasonable His instruction included aircraft
terms. handling, first-aid and fire fight-
6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill.-Good ing. The course prepared students
inavestment opportunity.odland, six for more technical study in anot'h-
miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap- er school at the Memphis training
proximately 300 acres planted in center.
4-year old pine ees.
8. New three bedroom homes un- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
der construction on Cypress Ave- THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
nue. $500 down, payments, approxi- ing first and third Tu e sd ay
mately, $80.00 per month. FPA. nights, 8:00 ip.m. American Legion
9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660 Home.
each. Terms. -
E. TOM PRIDGEON THERE WILL BE a regular com-
Reg. Real Estate Broker munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
C. W. Long, Salesman No. 111, F&AM every first- anT
Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave. ,hlrd Thursda.v at 8:00 p.m.


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.
BASS GENERAL CONTRACTOR.
Home improvement. Chain link
fences. Nothing down, 'smnal month-
ly payments, .Phone 227-8381 or see
110 Second Ave. Oak Grove. ltp
HO.USEWIVES-we offer a career
to6 the woman who wishes to 'be
in .business for herself representing
Avon. Write Orena Wilson, P. 0.
Box '3103 M'SS, Tallahassee, Fla.
HUNTERS NOTICE: Save money
on your Shells now while they
los'. Shot gun shells at $2.00 per
box. Peeples 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
cheap.
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Gall
Buftord Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
wiick expert service.. tfe
PAINT CONTRACTING
JAMES FLOYD
214V/2 7th St. Highland View
WOME-Nover 35 with pleasing per-
'sonaiitycan earn $30 to $40 a
week .conacting established Avon
customers Experience unnecessary
Write Avon, P. 0. Box 3103 MSS
Tallahassee, Fla. itc
APPLIANCE SERVICE: Repairs
on aly small appliance. Irons,
percolators, fans, hot plates, toast-
ers, etc. Jackie Sheffield, 201 Wood-
ward Ave. 4tc-6-22
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
.Q. F.-'Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel]
Secretary: J. C. Martin.


JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
.All Master Masons cordially Invited
.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
!7orry with upkeep of mower. Gull
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
,on, Phone 7-7501.


TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Highway Patrol predicts traffic
will take a life every .-seven hours
during the July 4th holiday.
At that rate, 15 persons will die
in 'traffic over the unusually long
holiday period which will run for
102 hours from 6 p.m., Friday,'June
30 through midnight, Tuesday, July
4-th.
The patrol prediction is 'based on
fatality figures averaged from
three July 4th holiday week ends
1958 through -1960.
"This is an 'advance appeal from
the Florida Highway Patrol -for you
to slow dowp and live and let
live," 'said,FHP Comdr. ]H. N. Kirk-
man. "If every driver will make a
real effort to obey. all traffic regu-
lations and 'to be considerate of
other drivers, these lives can be
saved.
"We will have every available
trooper on du,'y during the Ifndepen-
dence Day holiday, ibut we can't
be in all places at once.. You will
have to -serve as your own rtaffic
safety .officer in .many cases by
being a good and careful driver.


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

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


R. A. M.-Regular convocation or
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
I., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- ON THE RADIO
ing brothers welcome.
Joha H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary MORNING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, DEVOTIONS
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL V V I J
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY. Monday thru Friday
IN CHANCERY. 90 m
IN RE: Adoption of 9:05' A.M.
EDWARD BENJAMIN LONG, o I
a minor. With Local Ministers of the
NOTICE Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
TO: EDWARD LONG, Whose res-
idence and ,post office address are liance.
unknown.
You are hereby notified that Presented As A Public Service
Benjamin William Suggs and wife, By Your Loca. Radio Station
Minnie Mae Suggs, have filed a pe-
tition in the above styled Court for -WJOE.
the adoption of the minor child
above named and you are required
'o show cause why the same should
not be granted, serving a copy 'of
your written defenses, if any, upon FOR EXPERT
Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., At-
torney for Petitioners, 221 Reid Electrical Repars
Avenue, Port St. Joo, Florida, and ElecI c Repairs
by filing the original .thereof with
the Clerk of :said Court on or 'before and
the 24th day of July, 1961; other- 0 "n
wise, a decree may be entered OnTracting
against you granting said adoption.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court at Wewahitchka, IT'S
Gulf County, Florida, this 21st day
of June, A. D. 1961.
GEORGE Y. CORE WALL ELECTRIC
Clerk Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida OMDANY
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-6-22 COMPAN I
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house-with
garage, venetian blinds. Inquire DIAL BAllI 7-4331
at 1208 Palm Blvd. 2tp


Gulf C C Uh To ost Stat

nof Directors This Week End


The Florida tate Asociatioln of
Civil Defense Directors' will meet
in Gulf County this Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday 'according t.- an
announcement iby Robert S'dwell,
Director of 'the Gulf County Civil
Defense Unit.
The .meeting 'starts Thursday
morning with registration at the
Motel Sit. Joe 'at 10:30 a.m. At 1:00
p.m. Thursday the group will go on
a deep sea fishing ,trip in the Gulf,
leaving from the St. Joe Boat Basin.


Drivers Ed. Course

Begins On July 3

All students who have signed up
to take driver education the second
session are' reminded that the class
will 'begin Monday morning at 8:00
p.m. If you have not 'signed up and
wish to take the course 'this sum-
mef, you 'may do 'so 'by reporting
to Room 1'5 at Port St. Joe High
School. This session will run from
July 3 until July 21.
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Pat Kerrigan Is

Elected To Girls

State Legislature
TALLAHASSEE-The legislature
of Girls State of Seminole has be-
gun its -sessions at the Capitol with
Carolyn Barber of Morriston as


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THE STAR

Publlthed Ieby r6'6itady At M, Willlaifl Avenue, Port St. Jod, idrIda
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY. Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 18, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe.
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPT-IONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN AD!.ANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word ir given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly oonvinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word .*eains.


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"This is 'the 'state's first 'big 1t4ng
.at the 'summer season, and we ex-
'pect all major highways to tbe load-
ed with traffic throughout the per-
iod, so please obey the laws that
were made for your protection,"
Kirkmafi pleaded.
Here is how the grim reaper's
'score 'board looked 'after each July
4th week end for the previous
,three. years:
1958, 78 hours and 13 dead. 1959,
54 hours and 11 dead. 1960, 78 and
six fatalities. Total hours 210, num-
ber killed 30.

Sand 'he Star To A Friend


Vacationing In N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry White are
vacationing 'in New York .State.












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room brick house, two ceramic Thursday evening there will 'be a
baths- car port, glassed in family fish fry at Frank's Ranch, Beacon
ro m, and utility room, deep well,fis fryat Frank's Ranch, eacon
located on corner lot. Pay equity Hill at 8:30 p.m.


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