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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: July 6, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE S.STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's kee$
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Toade with
your home town merohantat


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


PORT ST. JOB, FLORIBA


cey Costin, treasurer and. Cecil Curry, Sergeant-
-at-arms. The 'new officers assumed their duties.
last Thursday. (Star photo)


B. Roy Gibson, Jr., Installed As President of Port St. Joe

Rotary Club; McNeill Lists Year's Accomplishments


President James McNeill ended dent Council ,to a Student Council -a new Scout Center for the City.
his term -as president of the Port state convention at Ft. Lauderdale. The new center will 'be located just
St. Joe Rotary Club last Thursday. The Cluib furnished expenses for a behind 'the present City Recreation
For his "swan song", McNeil-l told representative feom Port St.- Joe Building on Eighth Street. Jake
the club of some of the accomplish- to Boy's State last month. In their Belin is chairman of 'the committee
ments of the organization during Scouting program, McNeill report- to push this project.
the past year. ed that the Olub l pow sponsoring Following .his resume of the year's
-Most noteworthy accomplishment, four full Cub Dnms. In the Boy activities, McNeill passed his office
according to McNeill 'was the hike Scout program it as reported that on 'to B. Roy Gibson, 'new president.
in attendance percentage. .During 100 Merit badgeR were awarded Gibson stated that his administra-
the 1959-60 year, the club posted 'an during the past year with five local tion plans to push 'ahead. with the
84.7% attendance average. During Scouts achieving ea rank -of Eagle. plans for a new Scout center during
the 1960-61 year, an 'average of The Club continueu 4t spohaorship the coming year.
90.67% was earned. of 'a Little Boy' aU team.
- During the past year the. club :Serving with Gibson thi year
gave two -trophies for 'student As a program t rrid over will ,be:' James T., MoNeill, vice-
achievement at graduation In June. to the neat ad-ini ton, McNeill president; Pau-l S. Fensom, secre-
The club sent representatives of announced tihat the jb was going tary; Chauncey Cos0tin, ,treasurer.
jhe port St. Joe High S.hool Stu- ahead -wilt.a p-grasi,.',constrtiot and Cecil Curry, Sergeant-at-aris.


It's An'"Off Year" But Next fear 's

Ekc 6 Prmomises A Crowded Ballot

.TALLAHASSEE-Florida's 1962 Croxton who was appointed by
election ballots will be crowded Governor Bryant to replace her late
with. candidates even though it will husband, will go in the ballot for
-be an 'off-year election, a 'two year term for whoever is
For the first time, Florida voters elected. The position now held by
will send 12 representatives to J. H. Greer, who was appointed to
QCongress. Districts for 'the four new 'replace 'the sla'e Coleman Tharpe
ones were carved out by the 1961 is due to expire next year. .This
legislature. position and that 'seat -now held iby
Senator George Smathers, a De- E. C. Hard-en, Sr., will be up for
mocrat 'will -be up tfor -re-election., four year -terms.
At the state level, two Supreme Political party posts -to be tilled
Court justices and two of the three in. the second, .primary -next May
members of the Railroad and Pub- include members 'of the state ex-
lic Utilities Comun-ision, are to ibe ecutive committees.
,up for re-election. /


Supreme Court justices whose
terms -are expiring are El yn Tho-
mas -and T. Frank Hobson.
On the Railroad Commission,
Jerry Carter and Wilbur King will
be up for re-election.
Three. judges of the district
courts of appeal-one from each
district-will -be on the ballot. The


FPC Asks For

Lower Rates


Support Urged

For Gif Home

Demo Agent

Mrs. Joseihine- N Wrhie, presi-
deint of the Wewathiatchu Senior
'Woman's. Club is urging w omen of
all 'the cities and communities in
Gulf county to .gie lhir support
in'-securing a Hone D'mir,-n.btration
Agen. for GClt' C uUt>
To su-pport thisicause, Mrs. White
is urging, womenri ,from Port St. Joe,
White City, 'Honeyville, Overstreet,
Highland View.- Oak Grove, the
Beaches and every community in
Gulf county to be at the County
Commission nieeting .in Wewahitch-
ka Tuesday,:July 10 at 10:00 a.m.
Port St. Joe;. At ,this time, the
County Board will hear the ladies'
wishes in the matter of -hiring -a
Home Demonstration Agent.
The Home Demonstration Agent
is active in a county in establishing
4-H Clubs, Home Demonstration
Clubs, and assisting old and young
housewives -with homemaking prob-
lems, along with a -host of other
activities.

Mayor Sharit Improves

Following Surgery

It was reported this week that
Mayor J. L. Sharit is recovering
quickly from i abdominal -surgery
performed' last Wednesday in Em-
ory University Hospital in Atlanta.
The Mayor -got up and walked
around a 'bit over the week end and,
expects to (be back home soon.


er Corporation -has -been announced
by J. Shirley Gracy' senior vice
president in :harge a6 division op-
erations and sales.
A. V. Benson, formerly vice presi-
dent in charge of the Lake Wales,
Northern, -Ocala, and Winter Park


divisions has been named vice
On June 30, Florida Power Cor- resident in charge governmen-
poration filed a formal petition p d i r+g,
rat rlati ons.


with the Florida -Railroad and Pub-
lic Utilities .Commission for permis-
sion to modernize 'and revise its
rate structure, and rate schedules.
This action was in accordance with
a letter of intent the company sub-
mitted to the Commission on May
23.
The company asked -to be heard
as soon after July 1 as the Com-
mission can arrange it in its heavy
schedule. It is expected, that the
da.'e, time and place of the hearing
will, be,,..anniounced later by the
Commission, which ha's jurisdiction
over investor-owned electric utili-'
ties and their rates and charges ,to
the public.
FPC President W. J. Clapp re-
emphasized *a .statement he made
when the letter, of intent was sent
to the Commission, "We have made


incum.bonts who will be -up -for re- passed away at his home -at .8:45 a six-month saudy of our rate struc-
election are Judges Wallace Stur- p.m. Friday, June 30. ture and we hope the results of
`gis in.the First District, A. 0. Kan- Mr. Vanlandingham .was. a retir- these studie_' will enable the Flor-
ner of S'tuart in the second, -and ed 'railroad 'engineer. He had work- ida Railroad and Public Utilities
Charles A. Carroll of Miami in 'the ed for the Apalachicola Northern Commission to consider reductions
-third. Railroad'Company for a number of in rates in all cases where it is
Half of 'the state senators, 'those years. He and his wife .have been feasible."
from even-numbered .districts, will residents in Port St. Joe for -the
be up for election and all 95 mem- past 18 years. Jimmy Gfeer -Recovering
bv~vujL (ifftip Hnis whw, iv'hia r6nm Seart ti itack pa-ny's -relation- HI NES


iners at en eiouse w n oave -o run survivors include his wife, Mrs. From s*eat Attack pany's relation- HINES
every two years. Alma G. Vanlandingham of Port St.' --ship with municipal power 'con-
All 20 circuit judges placed on Joe; one -daughter, Mrs. A. J. Sni- James H. Greer, who suffered a tracts for street lighting, water
the benchh by former Gov. LeRoy der and two grandchildren of Per- light heart ,attack two weeks ago pumping and other uses. This would
Collins because of the state's popu- ry, Ga.; -two sisters, Mrs. Joe .is now home -and: recovering well. also apply !to the relationship -be-
lation growth will go -before the Green 'and Miss Ruby Lindsay of He may ha-e visitors .now and is -tween the company and the Rural
voters for approval. In addition, sev- Chapman, Ala: 'anxious .to ee his friends. Jimpy Electric Cooperatives served by
eral other circuit judges appointed Funeral srevices were held Sat-'can get out and about, but his ac- .the company and with other gov-
since the 1960 -general election will urday -at 3:00 p.m. from the First tivities are 8sill limited. ernmental agencies to assure mu-
be on the ballot. Baptist Church. Rev. C. ByronI tual understanding and effective-
State attorneys appointed since Smith, pastor, officiated. Interment Rev. Harthern Suffers ness.
th last general election must run was at Holly Hill Cemetery in Port Attack Enroute Home Benson is 'a veteran .of 33 years
for new terms. St. Joe. service 'with FPC and previously
At the Gulf County level, those Active pallbearers included C. G.' Rev. Charles Harthern returned served as division manager in Win-
to seek election will be -School Costin, Sr., L. Z. Henderson, Wes- this a k om an ter Park and Lake WalesHe is
Board members, Kenneth Whitfield, ley Ramsey, Frank Pate, Rex Addi- t week end from an extend- ter Pi ark and Lak e Wales. He odis ac-
Otis Pyle and William Roemer will son 'and D. M. Lewis. ed trip to England and the Holy ive in the otr oganib, Methodist
-go up for re-election. Honorary Pallbearers were: J. andsBu, he returned sick man. Prior to becoming a vice presi-
In the County Commission pic- 0. Baggett, H. G. Harvey, John Just before arriving in New York, Pridenor to becoming a v 1959, Pice resi-
Rev. Harthern suffered a hear-t at- .dent of FPC in 1959, Pickett was
ture, normally only two candidates Strickland, Walter Dodson, George tack onar ship. He delinedha- manager of the St. Petersburg divi-
would be completing four-year Davis, C. F. Kelley, Karl Marshall, italizatYork City a sion since 1945. Through the years
terms and need to go back to the D. M. Lewis, Ralph Macomber, Mil-came toPortt. Joe where he hasbeen very active in the
voters. But, due -to two deaths in ton Chafin, H. F. Ayers, Jimmy is now a patient in the Municial Chaber of Commerce, Exchange
the elected officials 'durin-g the past Wilson, S. C. Pridgeon, Grady 0'- is w a patent in the Municipal Club, Goodwilndustries and ,par-
few months, three seats will be de- Brian, Robert E. Bishop, E. S. Boyd H ticipated in numerous other civic
elded -next year-one of them for R. H. Brinson, and N. G. Martin. Rev. Harthern is pastor of the activities.
a two-year tenure of office. The Comforter Funeral Home was in Oak Grove Assembly of God| Hines is a mechanical engineer-
peat now occupied -by Mrs. G. S. charge of arrangements. Church. I (Continued On Page 8)


THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1961


Gulf During June

J, H. Pope, dispatcher for the
FlQrida Forest Service reports that
during -the -month of June, three
forest fires burned one an&. five
tenths acres of Gulf county wood-
lands. By comparison '-during June
of last year, five -fires 'burned 2.-
229 acres of woodlands. -


.NUMBER 41


County Tax Roll Increases




1.3 Million Over Last Year


No Accidents In Gulf
During Holiday Period

Port St. Joe and Gulf County
\has made it through another holi-
day week end with no fatal acci-
dents.
While the remainder of the na-
tion was piling up a record of
holiday carnage that saw fiearly
500 persons killed through acci-
dents, the people of Gulf Coun-
ty went to the beaches, to the
rivers, camping, picnicing, and
stayed at home. During the course
of all this activity, not an acci-
dent, fatal or otherwise, was re-
ported over the long week end.
To put a curb on activities tha
might lead to accidents, all avail-
able law enforcement officers in
the county were on duty over the
holiday week end.

Church Services In
Overstreet Sunday

There will ibe church services in
the Overstreet Community House
Sunday, July '9 at 3:30 .p.-m. con-
ducted by the Rev. Reuben B. Da-
vis, pastor of -the Highland View
Baptist Church.
The -public is urged :to attend.


Tax Assessor Makes "Across The

Board" Hike In Property Values

Gulf County's Board of Commission had an easy day
of it Monday, July 3 when they sat as a Board of Equaliza-
tion. The Board of Equalization is convened to hear any
complaints on property valuations set by the County Tax As-
sessor, Samuel A. Patrick.


The County Board heard -no orb-
jections during their 'one-hour hear-
ing, despite the fact that an over-all
:property valuation hike was insti-
tuted -this year Iby the Assessor.
Tax Assessor Patrick presented
the Board 'with a list of taxable
property, valued by 'his office at


Historical Society

Wants Markers

The regular meeting of the St.
Joseph Historical Society 'was held
Saturday, July 1, in the Municipal
Building.
During 'the meeting it was report-
ed that.t-he City Commission -has in-
cluded in the budget for the ensuing
year the funds to have the ,Centen-
nial Building painted. The CGom-
mission is ,to ,be commended for
their effort to make our city more
beautiful.
James H. Moore gave -an- interest-
ing talk regarding the possibility
of having excavation work done at
the site of an Indian camp located
near Port St. Joe.
The members present discussed
the urgency of having the sites of,
historical interest -in Gulf CoV.n'ty
marked. After much discussion it
was decided to- ask the county--to
assist in erecting plaques and in
preserving the following sites: Flor-
ida Constitution Park, The Centen-
nia)l Building, Florida ConStitution
Museum, Old' St. Joseph Cemetery,
Calhoon Race Track, 'St. Joseph and


$14,537,015.00 for an increase 'of $1,-
351,611.00 over last year's rolls.
These figures .are exclusive, of
the valuation 'that will be seilfor
'the Apalachicols Northern Railroad
Company property, 'which 'will -be
set Iby the State of Florida. Patrick
said he had no idea what the valua-
tion of this property would 'be.
This one 'and three-quarters mil-
lion dollar increase 'came about
mostly ,due to the increase in valua-
tion of Gulf County property by
his 'office.
Gulf's taxable -property rolls have
taken jumps this large in one year
before, 'but usually it was brought
about ,by a 'new industry located 'in --
the county Ibeing put on the county
tax rolls.
Patrick told The Star that his
,increase applied to all property in
Gulf County. .Open woodlands -were
hiked on 'the valuation books 'by
20% of their former value while all
improved property 'was raised by
10% over its former value. Patrick
.formerly used "about a third" val-
ue in placing property on the -tax
rolls up to this year. He stated -that
the rise in valuation placed "a tew
of the larger 'homes" on the tx
rolls.
No Complaints
Despite this aboyvethe-board hike
in valuation, still the County Board.
of Tax Equalizaon received -no
formal complaint ,at its Mon"41y -
meeting. The only county property
owner represented at the meetingg
was the St. Joe Paper Company
'and they made -no request or pro-
testation of the hike in v valuation


W. M. Pickett, formerly vice During the year, 1961, -there have Lake Wimico Railroadr Terminal, or the valuation' placed -against
presdient in charge of :the St. Pet- been 19 wild fires in Gulf County St. Joseph and Iola Railroad Ter- 'their property.
ersburg and Clearwater divisions, burning 122.8 -acres. During the first 'minal, Salt Works. used -during -the So, the County Board can now
has been given the responsibility six months of last year, 23 wild Civil War, Shipyard .of Old St. Jo- begin 'to think seriously about
-for all six of the divisions in the ,fires .burned' 2,490.6 acres. -seph and Kitchen -Midd'en Indian drawing up their 'budget for the
company's 31-county service area. I Camp. next fiscal year at their next meet-
Andrew H. Hines, Jr., formerly The report -shows a decrease of It was also decided to investigate ing on Tuesday, July 11.
director of area development, was four fires from last year and 'a de- the possibility of organizing -a Gulf On July 11, the Board will either
promoted to executive assistant in crease of 2,367 acres burned. This County Historical Commission to study the budget or will set a dief-
division operations. acreage was burned last year early aid in this project and' future pro- inite date for budget study in -the
in June during a hot dry spell in jects. near .future. Already a tentative
Gulf County. The members of the Society di- Road and Bridge Fund budget of
Dispatcher Pope urges that 'all rected the treasurer to 'order a $173,587.00 has ,been studied iby the
forest 'fires be reported 'to phone copy of the book, "Glimpses of the County Board. This is -a hike over
229-2341 which is the number of the Panhandle" recently published by last year's road operation budget
St- Joe Tower. .Harold Bell of Panama City. of $18,872.00.




BENSON PICKETT
Gracy said hat ..
the new position
of vice president
in charge -of gov-
ernmental r e Ia- .'
tions would fill
the need for pro-
viding staff guid-
ance and direc-
tion of the com- -.


Civil Defense Communication n Readied for Service


A. P. Jackson, Director of Communications
for Gulf County Civil Defense announces that
work is now in full swing on the communica-
tions van for the county unit and that it is ex-
Ipected that this unit 'will be ready for operation
within the .next. week.
The van will -serve as communications head-
quarters and the. Givil Defense emergency con-
trol center in times of disaster. The -unit will be
put on display for public inspection just as soon
as it is completed. The Director of .the Gulf


County uni: announces that the county has
spent arcu-:. $2.000.00 for all of the equipment
in -the van and the tractor and van. The unit is
estimated to be valued at $40,000.00.
Pictured above are members of the com-
munica'ion network readying equipment for ser-
vice inside the van. Seated at the radio set is
Harry Brewton. Standing, left to right, is Dick
Lamberson, J. C. McArdle, Neil Arnold and A.


P. Jackson.


(Star photo)


'WENTY-FOURTH YEAR


NEW ROTARY OFFICERS-Left to right, Paul S.
Fensom, secretary; James T. McNeill, Vice-
President; B. Roy Gibson, JT., President; Ohaun-


Florida PoWer Corporation Reassigns

Responsibilities To Vice-Presidents

A re-alignment of executive re- Burned
responsibilities at the Florida Pow- 1.5 Acres Burned In


Services Are Held

Saturday for E. H.

Vanlandingham

Elmer H. Vanlandingham, age 67,


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Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey Becomes gr;de

Of John Joseph Kerigan Saturday, July


Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic
Church, Port St. Joe, was the sett-
ing for 'the Nuptial Mass of Miss
Ruth Lynn. Ramsey of Port St. Joe
and John Joseph Kerigan ao Bridge-
tort, Connecticut. The wedding w:s
an event of July 1, at high noon
with the Rev. Paul Hogarty, cele
btant.
The 'bride is the daughter, of Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Dell Ramsey of
Port St. Joe and tbhe bridegroom is
.the son of Mr. 'and Mrs. William
Francis Kerigan, Sr., of Bridgeport,
Connecticut.
The church altar, ,before which
tbhe solemn double-ring vows were


pews.
Mrs. Ferrell Allen. Jr., organist,
presented a program of pre-nuptial
music.
Miss Mary Dell Ramsey, sister
of the bride, was maid of honor.
She wore a street-length dress of
white embossed cotton which had
a scooped neckline, short sleeves
and full gathered skirt and featured
a cerise silk organza sash ,'hat criss-
crossed in the front and formed a
bow at the back cascading to the
hemline. She carried a nosegay of
cerise carnations edged with white
lace and tieT with cerise satin rib-
bon. Her headpiece was of cerise


,iade, was elegantly vested in gold s or^s3ng one 'wore cerise saui ," '
and white and adorned with gold Pumps and her outft was complet-
altar appointments. Arrangements ed -with wrist-length cotton gloves, .
of white chrysanthemums, white present of the bride.
gladioli and fern were placed at The bridesmaids were Miss Rita ;
either side of 'the 'gold tabernacle. Jdliano of Trumbul, Connecticut, ,
Six handsome gold candle holders and Mrs. James B. Roberts. They
holding tall white burning candles wore costumes identical 'to the ii
shed a halo of light over the sacred mail of -honor. Each of the girls : '
setting. Floral standards of white wearing gloves, gift from the bride. J'
chrysanthemums, white gladioli Young Billy Kerigan, nephew of -
and fern at 'the -sides of the altar the groom, was the ring-bearer.
completed the decor of 'the sanc- William F. Kerigan, Jr., of Bridge- Mrs. John Joseph Kerigan
tuary. Sprays of white pom ,pomr port, Connecticut, brother of the
chrysanthemums and fern tied with bridegroom served as best man. Bridgeport, Connecticut, brother of of Greensboro, North Carolina, bro
satin ribbon designated the family U-shers were James W. Kerigan of the groom and Donald B. Ramsey | their of the bride.


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MEN &-BOY'S WEAR

"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"


ANOTHER BIG REASON BEHIND THE BIG BOOM IN FOR


No other wagon can match


Ford's features (or popularity!)


ThA ialgX, w E4ine.-Ei* lfiA4
.nal oxford grey jackets, pearl ,grey
waistcoats, and grey and -black
striped trousers.
Acolites were Byron Eells, III and
Joseph Whaley.- :
Mrs. Ramsey chose for her daough-
'er's wedding .a pale. grey linen
sheath which featured 'a yoke of
dyed, to match lace 'and a batteau
collar of grey silk organza. .She
wore a corsage of goldennthroatod
white orchids.
Mrs. Kerigan, mother of the
bridegroom, was attired in a tur-
quoise lace seath over 'turquoise
taffeta featuring a scalolped ineck-
line. A cu'mmeirbl'nd of matching
silk 'organza formed cascading loops
at the sidefron.t. 'She wore matching
slippers and white accessories. and
a ,golden-throated -white orchid cor-
sage.
The bride, -who was given in mar-
riage by her father, wore an exqui-
site wedding gown.of all over rose-
embroidered white silk organza
.posed over white taffeta, featuring
abbreviated 'sleeves and a wide-
scooped 'neckline. The long torso
bodice ended in white satin folds.
The deep pointed back 'was fasten-
ed with' ma.tchin-g buttons and ac-
cented with a ibustle of white satin.
The ibouffant floor-length emibroi-
dered organza 'skirt terminated in
a full 'chapel' train. Her elbow-
length veil of French illusion fell
gracefully from a ;pointed coronet
of seed pearls. She carried a mother
of "pearl prayer 'book embellished
with a gold cross 'from which fell
a shower of delicate white satin
ribbons tipped 'with miniature white
rosebuds.
Nuptial music was rendered
throughout the ceremony.
Following the Nuptial Mass a re-


THURSDAY, JULY p, 1961


Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Cribbs of Plant City announce
the engagement of their daughter, Judith Anne to Hugh
Fredric Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Griffin of Port
St. Joe. Miss Cribbs is a 1960 graduate of Plant City High
School. Mr. Griffin was graduated in 1959 from Port St.
Joe High School. He is now employed by Houston, Texas


Gas and Oil Company.

Following 'the initial cutting of


the cake by the couple, Mrs. Silas


ception was held iby the bride's R. Stone and Mrs. George G. Tap-
parents on ;the spacious lawn of the per presided .at the bridal table.
Cha'o. The guests were greeted by Sandwiches 'were served -from dai-n-
members of the wedding party. The ty baskets carried !by Miss Dianne
I bride's table was overlaid with a Hannon, Miss Sandra Brown and
full-gathered, grougd-length white Miss Brenda Ward.
organdy cloth edged in ruffling. The Serving the punch were Mrs. W.
four-tiered white wedding cake 'was S. Quarles, Jr., Mrs. Ferris Taran-
embossed with frosted roses aand tino and Mrs. tE. T. Pridgeon, Jr.
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topped with 'white wedding 'bells
and white doves. On either side
Aarlands of Shasta daisies and ivy
enhancedd the cake. Punch was ser-
'ved from a similarly overlaid table,
holding crystal bowls at either end
decorated with garlandis of Shasta
daisies and ivy. A small circular ta-
'blo draped with 'a duplicate organ-
dy cloth and floral arrangement
held the bride's book.


After the reception the taminly
and bridal party gathered at 4:00
p.m. in the 'private dining room of
the Motel St. Joe for a formal ibri-
dal supper.
The bride is *a graduate .of Port
St. Joe High School and attended
Florida Southern College. She was
graduated from the School of Nurs-
ing of Emory University, having
taken special courses at the Uni-
vruti of Mar d n d An l ~ibhin


The bridal couple will visit points
of interest in Florida and tour 'the
East coast to Trumbull, Connec-
ticut, where they 'will make their
future 'home.
Out of town wedding guests in
clude: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Eric-
son of New Haven, Conn., Allen
Minnix of Woodbridge, Conn., Mr.
and Mrs. William F. Kerigain, Sr.,
William F. Kerigan, Jr., Billy Ker-
igan and James W. Kerigan of
Bridgeport, Conn., Joseph R. Keri-
'gan of Knoxville, Tenn., Miss Rita
Juliano and Miss Patti Juliano of


Trumbull, Conn.,
Stratford, Conn.,
Dutch Rathsam


John Rodia of
Mr. and Mrs.
and Robert of


Jacksonville, .Mr. and Mrs. James
L. Bates, Leroy Gaisnous of Panama
City; Mrs. Basil E. Kenney of Lynn
Haven; Mrs. Ruby Harington. of


Assisting with the guests were v,,y or d.ary.aina ana u iumw.a- Depvw, oukla.;, Mirs. Dave Gaskin
Mrs. Basil E .Kenney of Lynn Ha. Presbyterian University, New :York ai d Mr. and Mrs. Max Kilbourn of
yea. Mrs. J. Lindsey Temple, Mrs. City. Wewahitchka; Miss Elva Sears,
Percy Fleishel, Mi. Joseph P. Hen- The bridegroom was graduated Bradenton; Paul E. Ramsey of Bar-
drix, Mrs. John Bloun* and Mrs from the lUniiversity of' Tennessee itow; Mr. and Mrs. Dona-ld Ramsey
Robert Fox. Attending the ibrida's and took post-graduate .work at and daughter, Lynn, -of Greensboro,
book were Mrs. Donald Ramsey, oI1 Georgetown Universtty. He is cur- N. C.
Greensboro, N. C., sister-in-lawe o rently employed in 'the marketing Following the wedding rehearsal
the bride and Mrs. Jack Watts. C., sistern-law Oresearch department of Pepperidge on Friday .evening, the bridal party
he bride and Mrs. Jak atts. Farm, Norwalk, Conneicut. and members of 'both families were
For her wedding trip, Mrs. Keri- entertained with a dinner given by
gan chose a smart two-piece cotton Mr. 'and .Mrs. Silas R. Stone and
avacado suit featuring a cropped Mr. and Mrs. George G. Tapper at
SD SALES Cjacket with large covered 'buttons, the Stone's home.
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THURSDAY, JULY e, 1081 -aftloA O to eceutly btie *ti'eld certificatd "iThe NOW&da cattl( f.oohe, Port i.' 60) Pgsitde*t; varl
-'- ,to Include Waklulla county a It is 'man" magazine will carry an arti- Gilbert, Park'r, Vice-President;
now a 6O->bultty group with six cle on thigh in the At6xt issue, Bob Aoy rlsh, WeWahitohka, treasurer;
Make-u and iredors (* n from .each meibei Cody of Kssimmee is dltor, This and Cubie Laird, EveciitiVe Ser-
couflnty) wro are .also members Of is, of course, .a signal honor for tary,
l iint|la mn-n the Board of Directors of the Flot- Mi. Morgan and 'also a Ve..l. g6od 6--d"
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By CUBIE R. LAIRD gard *to legislative, state adminis-
trative and educational matters in
The West Florida Cattlemen's Florida, particularly West Florida.
Association, organized in March,
1954, embracing Bay, Calhoun, The .association is affiliated with
Franklin, Gulf and Liberty counties Florida Cattlemen's Association
was formed for the purpose of pro- and its members :are also members
moving the -interest and coopera- are also members of the ,state
'tive action of cattlemen with re- organization. West Florida Assoc-


ida Cattlemen's Association. The
area Association now 'has 81 paid
members for 1961 and it is expect-


recognition -to the West Florida AS-
sociation.
The association has been active


Vet Officer To
U! a IS A


ed tha, this will reach 100 in the wi'h the state group in working on V StWI IeeiXI VWUlK
near eture. such .projects as farmland tax eval-
The Association holds quarterly nation bill which passed the legis- Veterans of Gulf County who
meetings rotating in the associa- lature giving equity to the rancher; need assistance in obtaining bene-
tional area. The next meeting will they have been instrumental re- fits under the GI Bill, may receive
be at the Community Center in We- cently in getting the screwworm guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
wahi-chka on July 17 at 7:00 p.m. eradicated from Florida. They also ant State Service Officer.
CST. Guest speaker for the meeting -were instrumental in working for Weant will visit this area next
will be Doyl Ceonner, Commission- getting the hog *cholera eradication wee .for the purpose 'of i. ii ig
er of Agriculture. legislation passed this year. It is vuter.n&s or their dependents, in fil-
Some of the .interests and activi- expected that a start can be made ing claims for Compensation Ben.-
ties of the association currently on this program in a few months, fit.s or solving their insurance
are: Working for 'getting research according to Gerald Cayson, a 1,roblems. This free service includes
done for eradication of the pesky ,member from Blountstown and also aEsistance to employers of veter-
dogfly. The Association is request-,a member of the State Department an inder the GI Bill, Vo'.ational
ing the FCA to work for this. Then I of Agriculture Livestock Technical Training, Subsistence or other
the association is again holding a Committee. Cayson is a breeder of problems.
calf sal eat Blountstown livestock purebred Hereford cattle. He is During his visit in this area
auction market September 12, pro- general chairman of the calf sale Weant may be contacted at the
moving sale 'of half breed and bet- committee and a member of some Port St. Joe City -Hall .from 8:00
ter calves. very important FCA committees., to 9:00 a.m., EST.
This was very successful and The president officers are: W. C. to 9:00 a.m., EST, July 14.--


helpful to individuals, ana the cat-
tle industry in general in this sec-
tion last year and 'an even better
sale is expected this year. The As-
sociation is also promoting ithe sale
of Florida beef by getting local
markets 'to deduct, with cattle own-
er permission, 10s per head 'on cat-
tle 'sold, 'and 'sending .this to an ad-
vertising 'and promotion organiza-
tion known as Florida Beef Coun-
cil 'who are doing an excellent job.
The Beef Council was formed by,
and works under, th eFlorida Cat-
tlemen's Association.
The Association recently nomin-
a-ted a Gulf county citizen, C. L.
Morgan of Wewahitchka to FCA
for election as an Honorary Direc-
tor of 'the 'state organization be-
cause he 'has rendered outstanding
service toward the promotion 'and
betterment of the cattle industry
of Florida. The state -association
Board of Directors in Cl'ewiaton re-
cently elected Mr. Morgan to this
Honor. He will be feted at the FCOA
annual meeting in late .October in
Lakel-and 'and presented with his


Summertime-and the savin' is easy!
It'll pay you plenty to pad over to your Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center and get in on all the
excitement there. Because Jet-smooth Chevrolets are outselling every other make of car, he's able to turn on the
savings like nobody else in town. Have him fit you with an elegant Impala, a popular Bel Air or a budget-wise
Biscayne. Or maybe with one of those six sweet-going, cargo-craving Chevy wagons. Just bring along your desire
;o own a lot of car at an easy-to-own price. Chevy and your l .
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6-Passenger Lakewood Wagons and on those Greenbrier
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Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879. use an oil
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,od.4h lo ,.q of 1 4ICounties To Get $2,600 In Race Track
lao(latd, with WhlItefllsi .
hlyblacksmitt laI MonIhey In Fiial Distrubution June 30
hrives on exceletioqs i'i
whiteflies, aphids, mealy-
soft scales. Controlling A final distribution of racing
ts .usually prevents the monies is being made on June 30 70t
ld. in th amount of $2,600.00 to each
dies' long-standing cure county, bringing to a total of $187,- B 0
mold is a frequent dash 600 each county has received from
dish water. Men prefer to this source during the current fis-
emulsion spray. Caution: cal year.
ly oil sprays to tender Last year each county received
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FLORIDA GARDEN INFORMATION
By HERVEY SHARPE yern for tough strands of wir,-
.Fla. Agricultural Ext. Service ,ke fibers of the plant to become
Spanish moss-festoons of tree brittle enough to fall. For .a quicker
beauty-often becomes a pest in riddance, twist out the moss by us
shade -and fruit .trees. ing a hook attached to a long fish-
The swaying ,grey 'beards of the ing cane.
air plant -add age to trees causing Insect Control
them 'to die 'before their time. The Whiteflies, 'if they reproduce ac-
tmoss does not kill by feeding on cording to schedule, 'will soon. be-
trees, but by choking out the life- come a problem on gardenias, 11-
giving sun light. gustrums and other ornamentals.
To banish the unwanted member One way of checking for an infes-
of the pineapple family, drnecb ir station ibuild-up is to shake a limb
with a Bordeaux mixture. Make the of a suspected plant. If a cloud of
spray by mixing 6 pounds of cop- whiteflies rises from the leaves,
per sulphate or blue -stone aad 2 the answer is obvious.
pounds of lime in a 100 gallons of For white fly control, Entomolo-
water. gis* James Brogdon with the Agri-
Lon't expect the moss to d:op cultural Extension Service, says
from .the trees the day after spray- use a malathion spray. Mix 2 tea-
ig, for it may take a couple if spoons of 57 percent emulsifiable



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85 degrees.
Hopping insects, to keep an eye
peeled for, are Georgia thumpers
(grasshoppers), katydids and field
crickets. These pests are leaf
chewers. Some of these are night
eaters. They hide in the ground


1959-60 than was received this year,
for a decline of 6/1O0ths of 1%.
During 1959-60, a 'total of $12,-
642,900 wais distributed to Florida's
67 counties, comparing 'with a 'total
during 1960-61 of $12,569,200 or a
decrease of $73,700.


mulch 'by day and rasp away on the -
ornamentals 'by night. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Chlordane will kill the hoppers Mr. and Mrs. John R. Rumsey an-
along 'with several kinds of beetles. nounce 'the birth of a son, Christo-
Spray the ground as well as the pher Andrew on June 29 at the Phil-
plant for complete control. 'adelphia Naval Hospital, Philadel-
Summer is lay-by time for many phia, Pa. The Rumseys were sta-
gardeners. That is, let part of the 'tioned here with the U. S. Coast
garden area rest. Rather than let Guard until just recently.
'the sun bleach the soil into -a sand
dune, 'plant the plot to a cover crop. time.
A legume cover will increase the Broad-leaved evergreen shrubs
nitrogen supply in the soil. Crota- and trees need a summer shot of
laria or cow;peas -are two excellent fertilizer. Azaleas, camellias, oran-
summer green-manure crops which ges, mangos, 'and many other orna-
will check weed growth and give mental come in this class.
the garden a ,neat appearance. The Use a complete .mixed fertilizer
crotalaria will produce a yellow and spread it thinly over 'the soil l
canopy of blossoms this fal surface from about half-way into
If you plant cowpeas, be sure to the trunk to a few feet -beyond 'he
choose a nematode-resistant varie- foliage 'drip. Rake the plant food
ty such 'as Iron or Brabham. Into the soil lightly with a rake. ,
'Summer Chores
Two chores which cannot be
,avoided during 'hot weather are
mowing the lawn and shearing the
hedge. Both jobs have to be tackled
when the plant growth demands it.
Lawn grass allowed to grow too
-tall is likely to go to seed. Also,
delayed cutting will leave a 'harm-
ful layer of clippings that may
shade the remaining leaves. If the
clippings are removed' to prevent
choking and shading, 'the lawn is
deprived of organic matter it
should receive.
Sheared hedges which are allow-
ed to become shaggy before 'being
clipped must be pruned extensive-
ly. Threfore, large stems are cut
and ;bare areas 'show on the hedge
surface. The best 'answer to trim-
aming hedges and mowing lawns dur-
ing the 'summer is to tackle the
job often and trim a Ititle at a ,__ A


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County Commission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
June 27, 1961
The Board 'of County Com.iis-
sloners of Gulf County, 'FloridA,
,met this 'date in regular meeting,
with the following members pres-
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Cha.rmai,
Mrs. Neva S. Croxton, A. J. Strick-
land and Leo Kennedy, Commission-
er James H. Greer was reported in
the 'hospital. The Clerk, Attoiney,
Sheriff, Engineer, -Road Superinten-
dent and Civil Defense Director
were also present.


The meeting came to order a!.
6:30 p.m. Chairman Harden opened 't
the meeting with ,prayer. ,
The Chairman announced that
the first business would 'be to bear
a report from the re-districting com-
mittee.
R. H. Ellzey, Secretary and .
spokesman for the Redistricting
Committee first filed a copy 'of the
Committee's Minutes and explained r
what had been done in their meet- .
ings and then filed maps showing
the proposed Districts as 'agreed.
upon iby the committee by a 5-1
vote. He then explained in detail
'the boundary lines of the proposed
Districts. He said that he and his
Committee had spent much time
and thought on the plan as present-
ed and said it was not a plan en-
tirely agreeable .to each member
of 'the committee, 'but was the ,best
plan that the majority of the Com-
mittee could .agree on. He then call-
ed 'on Dave Gaskin, Chairman of
the Redistricting Committee to
make .additional remarks !on .what
had been done.
Mr. Gaskin thanked the Board for
'the -opportunity of 'serving on the
Committee and 'stated that -the plan
as presented 'tonight was a good
plan, even though he did not concur
-in it; that he knew that every mem-
ber of the Committee was firm in
his opinion on the matter of recom-
mending the very best boundary
lines possible; that 'the Port St. Joe
Junior Chamber of Commerce
should be congratulated 'for its for-
ward work 'in getting .the Redistrict-
ing idea -started 'and that its 1presi-
-dent, R. H. Ellzey has done an out-
standing job; that he could not
agree that District No. 3 should
cross 'the canal to take in the hchem-
ical plant; that this territory could
best be served 'by presnet district;
that the Chemical Plant area could
'better be served by a Commissioner
from -the Port St. Joe area.
Commissioner Kennedy -said the
Port St. Joe Junior Chamber of
Commerce and the Committee ap-
pointed by this Board -should be
congratulated and thanked for ,the
work they have done in presenting
this plan and that it is a 'good plan
with a few minor changes. He then
'made a motion, which was -second-
ed iby Commissioner S,'rickland,
that 'this Board approve and adopt
the plan as presented by the Com-
'mittee aftre 'first making the fol-
lowing changes, to-wit:
SDistrict No. 4 'boundary lines to
be as 'follows: Beginning at a point
on the Gulf County Intracoastal
Ca3l at Section Line runmiing 'East
an d West nearest- Norbh .oft thd Mi-
' hiigan Chemical 'Company; then,
Southwesterly 'along the Canal' to
S't.. Joseph's Bay then meander said
Bay Southerly to 19th Street as
extended; then Easterly along cen-
terline of 10th Street to Apalachi-
cola Northern Railroad right of
way; then meander -said right.,of
way 'South and West to County line
'then North and East along Eastern
boundary of the County to the
Northeast Corner of Section 21--
Township 7 South, lange 9 West;
then West to point on the West side
of the Intracoastal Canal'; then
North and' West meandering canal
to centerline of 'State Road 71; then
Southerly along centerline of SR 71
to a pointsv due east 'of 'the point of
beginning; then West to point of
beginning.
District No. 5 -boundary lines to
be as follows: Beginning at a point
where 10th Street -as extended
would intersect with St. Joseph's
Bay and extend a line Easterly
along center line -of 10th Strete to
a point on the right-of-way of the
Apalachicola Northern Railroad to
the Coun'y line; then South and
Westerly along County line to St.
Joseph's Bay; then meandering
said Bay and Gulf of Mexico wes-1
terly and Northerly to St. Joe
Point; then Southerly, Easterly
and Northerly to point of beginn-
ing.
The Chairman called for a dis-
cussion on the -motion.
R. H. Ellzey requested the Board
to table this matter until the next
regular meeting 'when the full com-
mission would -be present and to
have time to study the .proposed
changes as outlined in 'the motion.
Commissioner Croxton moved to
table the .matter until 'the next reg-
ular meeting. This .motion did not
receive a second.
The Chairman asked Commis-
sioner Kennedy if he would with-
draw his motion and present it at
the 'next meeting. Commissioner
Kennedy said that he could not
change his mind because he thought
he was right in his decision and
that he promised 'the -people of Gulf
County that he would always rep-
resent their best interest, which
he was doing in his 'motion; that
over 10 people that discussed the
plan with him wanted it according
to his motion.
James T. McNeill, Jr., said that
he cannot concur with Comm. Ken-
nedy's plan and to botch up the
committee's recommendation is un- t
thinkable at this time.
The Chairman then called for a'
vote on the motion and the follow-
ing voted: AYE: Kennedy, Strick-
land and the Chairman, NAY: Crox-
ton.
The Chairman then 'thanked the
Committee for its work, considera-
tion, and recommendations. He
said he wanted those present to
know that the reason he supported
Commissioner Kennedy's plan was
because so many people had come
to him asking that he support such
a plan. t
The Chairman the instructed j
the Attorney to prepare the proper j
papers ,to advertise 'and adopt the


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THB STAft, 0orA Lt. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULYV 1981

new conIaty Gominsionellros DiS. Nixon, Ja eso R, Shiral, MitRe01e0
riots Pitta and James Beechant.
S, C. Piddigeoni appeared ibeore Commissioner Strickland .alId he
he Board and announced th-at he Was, in favor of contintiing the pro-
was speaking for the boat landing jec 'because he could .not see where
and fish camp *operators in Gulf it would hurt Mr. Pridgkeon or any
County, and sad ia great number other operator and because many
of -those operators are present at more people are in favor of t'e
his meeting. landing than )those against it.
Commissioner Croxton said she
He 'told the Board that these op- was not -in favor of continuing the
era'tors wanted -to enter an objec- project In face of this opposition.
Lion to he State Road Department Whereupon, Commissioner A. J.
in its plan .to construct and main- Strickland moved, seconded by
ain a public boat landing at White Commisisoner Kennedy and unani-
City -and .that the objection was mously carried, to notify the State
being filed with this Board because Road Department that this Board
this Board requested the State has met on this matter and instruct-
Reoad Department .to do this work ed said Department to complete the
and charge it against Gulf County public landing ramp at White City.
Primary Road funds. He said a Waltre Graham appeared. repre-
public landing at White City would sen-ting the Port St. Joe American
hurt his landing which was only a Legion Post and renewed his re-
short distance ,away and would hurt quest 'to include in thhe next -budget
all the ,private landings in the coun- a salary raise for the County Ser-
ty; that a public landing that is vice Officer $100.00 per month. The
paid for tby the 'state and county Chairman assured Mr. Ghaham that
from 'tax 'monye is the -same as the 'this matter will be considered be-
v4ate and, county 'being ,in competi- for the budget is accepted.
tioi with private enterprise. After The Board unanimously voted -to
murah discussion Mr. Pridgeon re- pay off 'the Health Cent4r I & S
quested the Board to have the State Fund COertificate No. 5, in the
Road Department discontinue its amount of $10,000.00 and interest
plan to construct the public land- of $250.00.
ing ,at Waite .City. He further stat- The Board unanimously agreed to
ed that his lawyer has requested contact .the Florida State Board of
the State to hold 'up on any further Health and request that Gulf Coun-
work on the landing until after this ty b associated .with Calhouht and
meeting tonight, and that the State Liberty County and to discontinue
complied 'with the request. it's association with Franklin and
W. 0. Meeks, owner of Lake Side Wakulla Counties.
Fish Camp said that he concurred After discussion, Comminissioner
in what Mr. Pridgeon said and that Strickland moved, seconded by
it was not right for the County to Commisioner Croxton and utani-
spned money on ,a public landing, mously carried, to sell the County
but that the county ought to take Building at the Overstreet Bridge.
that money and pave roads to pri- The Clerk was instructed -to adv'er-
vate fish camps. He said that 'the tise for the sale of 'said builditBg.
county has put in several streets There being no other businesss,
in his ,sub-division ,but -the he the meeting adjourned.
would like to get additional work. ATTEST:
William H. Linton, Elmer Fail3 George Y. Core E. C. HArden, Sr.
Sr., and W. O. Whaley also concu-- 01Clerk Chairman
red with Mr. Pridgeon. Those ap- "
hearing in favor of the public lanul-
ing were Fred Hill, Bob Phillips, I h.. ..
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tH0i S+Aft, P0rt fCt. Jet, P O I t2W'565. 4 milite .$utl 'fc Popt At. i'Wt04 01, a11 Gra4y d 1ay i, i 7 8i Poed I o ly $ioy5>,(0, .ty titi aiuun'l ui.ur 'wr bil-
THURSDAY, JULY 6, o O e1 2. Large frme hou, oVWlr 2,06)0 ance wlth uiwonthlv ptwnf4 o{
THURSDAY, JULY O6, 88 o o l. -t P- R SAL1E Moose building on 4th ft. of floor space on live acres of $60,00.
..----.. FOR RENT: Mouse on Lo0g Ave- St. across from Medical Clinic. land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6.- FRANK HANNON
CLASSIFIED ADS nue facing leffientary School. For Information -contact G. F. Law- 600. Registered Real Estate BroKer
SCall Mrs. Nora Duren, Phone 7-5471 rence or Jack Hammock. 4tc-6-8 3. 3-bedroom house, 1 bath, car- Phone 7-3491
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom honses or FOR RENT: Unfurnished large FOR SALE: Like new RCA Victor iort and utility room, oni MOarvin
nice 2-bedroom house with fenc- TV. 30 ft. antenna. $100 cash. Ph. Avenue. Pay owner's equity and MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann-
uiee or bedroom house with enc- TV. 30 ft. antenna. $100 cash. Ph. assume balance of $9,461.56 pay- ing to move across .own or
apartments. Punished or tna -ed n back yard. Nice neighborhood. 229-1741 or see Mrs. Edward Bond able at $70.00 per month, across country? Call us for free es-
nished. Call 9-1901, Mrs. J. Ander. Phone 227-8536. tte at White City. tfc-6-8 4. Lots at Douglas Landing for timates. Representatives for May-
son tc-10-6FOR RENT OR SALE: Two bed- FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. fish camps and retirement homes. flower, experienced and qualified.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, room home. Furnished. Large liv- St. Joe Beach. Phone 648-4286. tfc TermLs arranged to suit you. SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
5. Lots fo rsale at St. Joe Beach. Mon. Ave., Phone 7-4051.
Call BAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far- ing room, fireplace, dining rom, FOR SALE: 1960 Rambler Ameri- 1 block from water. Reasonable HUNTERS NOTICE: Save money
mer. tfc-2-16 grade. 1031 Long Ave. J. A. Mira. can Station Wagon, 2,300 actual terms, on your shells now while they
Phone 648-4128. tfc con tatioshall, now0whtlelthems
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- tfc miles. Like new. $1595. Will take 6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good los. Shot gun shells at $200 pe
ment for couple only. Call Mrs. FOR RENT Furnished garage ap- oldermodel car in on trade. Phone investment opportunityodland six box. eeple Pawn s hopells at $2.00
Morgan Jones. 227-7641. tc-4-6 227-5261. tfc-5-18 7. 320 acres of woodland, six Peoples Pawn Shop.
Morgan Jones. 227-7641. tfc-4-6 .artment. 2 bedroom. Large stor- miles South of Wewaitchka Ap- Peeples Pawn Shop have a limit-
age room. $55.00 per mo. 1015 Mon- PEEPLES PAWN SHOP: "Buy, approximately 300 acre planted in amount of Footballs, Basket
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment, ument Ave. Phone 7-7396. B. C. Gall- sell or trade confidentially with 4-year old pine ees. Balls, Volley Balls, Field Gloves,
furnished, with living room, kit- lard. 7-6-tfc confidence". The 1 itt le man's 8. New three bedroom homes un- Basmenn Mitts, Marks, Shin guards
chenette, dinette 'and bath. 2 bed-Tennis Nets. New ri
room furnished apt. Living and FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308 227-341friend. 401 East Thrd t. c-Phone der construction on Cypres Av used shot guns and rifles. A lot
idineter kitchenette and bath. Ph. Long Ave. Garage and utility 227-3416. tfc-4-20 ue $500 down, payments, approxi- of ladies and gentsrist watches
FOR SALE: 45Rer ichardson 9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660 cheap.
house trailer with automi each. Terms. EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
ENJOY YOURSELF HAVE FUN washer. $2,995.00. Call Bill Rioh each Term PRIDGEONEPTIC TANKS pumpid out. Call
at 229-1145ETtMc-5-4 Bford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
Sat 229-1145. tf-5-4 Reg. Real Estate Broker w.ick expert service. tfe
PLAY f Bowlinga GameS FOR SALE: Cow manure, $12.00 a C. W. Long, Salesman
p n ick-up load. Call the Beaches. Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave. S R,-,.,-NTRArTNl


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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.
$57.21 monthly payments. FHA fi-
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down. payment plus FHA closing
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FOR SALE
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Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot.
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile 'bath.


LOTS FOR SALE: Oak Grove. $25 JAMES FLOYD
down, $25 ,per mo. Also camp sites 214V2 7th St. Highland View
acreage near Willis Landing, by
th eacre. On paved hiway. Easy APPLIANCE SERVICE: Repairs
terms. Call 227-5471. 4tc-7-6 on any small appliance. Irons,
FOR SALE percolators, fans, hot plates, toast-
Three ,bedroom masonry home ers, etc. Jackie Sheffield, 201 Wood-
'with oak floors, breezeway and ward Ave. 4'tc-6-22
garage, *on 90 x 165 ft. lot in ,good SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
neighborhood,. Only $350 down. To- O. F.-Meets second and fourth
,tal cost, $11,0000. Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
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with oak floors, carport and porch attend.
on 100 ft.-46t in White City. To sell Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
for only $8,500. Secretary: J. C. Martin.
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ATTENDING MEM PHIS U. iitutn'tml iramimhent,
Donald H. Par.ker, son of H. .
Parker, Port St. Joe Is" attending Martin-Corbin Final
classes at Memphis StatE Univer- Wedding Pis Told
sity, Memphis, Tenn., this summer.To
Memphis State has the largest wedding plns have been comn-
summer enrollment in its history pleted for Margaret Martin and,
-,nn A .fi-.w~fqti.


with somie 29UU su-ienlts t 111s year.

THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first aro
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


JOSEPH 0 EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited
L.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gull
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing brothers welcome.
Joha H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary


Kenneth Corbin. The wedding will
br in the First Baptist Church,
Monday, July 10, at 11:00 a.m. Rev.
C. Byron Smith will cfficia'te. The
wedding is to be informal and all
friends of. the couple are invited
to attend.

Square Dance Club
Members Attend Festival
Seven couples from the "Po-Jo
Twirlers" 'Square Dance Club' at
:tefided the Square Dance Festival
over the Fourth of July holidays.
The "Twirlers" will hold their
next dance Saturday night in the
Centennial Building.

'Eta Upsilon Members


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Enjoy Beach Party
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN Members of Eta Upsilon Chapter
AND FOR GULF COUNTY..
IN CHANCERY. -of Beta Sigma Phi entertained
IN RE: Adoption of their families with a supper at way
EDWARD BENJAMIN LONG, side park. All enjoyed, a swim 'aftel
a minor. which hamburgers and all tihe trim
NOTICE
TO: EDWARD LONG, whose res- mings were served. Watermelons
id'ence and post office address are were cut 'and everyone enjoyed th(
unknown. treat.
You are hereby notified that __
Benjamin William Suggs and wife,
Minnie Mae Suggs, have filed a pe-
tition in 'the above styled Court for B IR T H S
the adoption of the minor child
.above 'named and you a.re required I Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. H illikel
to show cause why the same should of Simmons Bayou announce th(
no-t be granted, serving a copy oIbirhof a on, Richard Jerome o
your written defense, if any, upon son, Richard eroe o
Honorable 'Cecil G. Costin, Jr., At- July 1.
torney for Petitioners, 221 Reid Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Ingra
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and Mr h H
by filing the original thereof with of 105 Seiond Avenue, Oak Grove
'the Clerk of said Court on or before announie the birth of a son, Charles
the 24th day of July, 1961; other- Gregory on July 2.
wise, a decree may be entered Mr. and Mrs. James Verlon Nor
against you granting sad adoption.
WITNESS my hand and theseal ris of Oak Grove announce the
of said Court at Wewahitchka, birth of twins, a daughter, Debre
Gulf County, Florida, this 21st day Darlene and 'a son, Doyle Eugene
of June, A. D. 1961. on June 20.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court (All births occurred at the Port
Gulf County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-6-22 St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


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..... 6'^ba8rs, with the cdtiback tor cypieAss mtich of the tree is being left in
ybf l wuber particularly severe: *the woods, it said, and Virtitally all
STwenty-five yeai s a.go Floida of the pih eslabs and edgings pro-
had only one pulpmill Today it has duced by sawmills is being used for
L Iten, giving the state more ulping pulpwood chips ot fuel. H td.Woods,
I0 capacity than any other in the na- however, are much more poorly
-tion. About two-thirds of all the utilized, primarily because of poor.
timber cut goes to pulpmills, and er quality, and the more exacting
five per cent of that total is 'hard- standards for veneers and plywood.
/ Iwood-. In 1935, 36 million trees were be-
"SIMPLE RULES FOR Whereas pulpwood production ing worked for naval stores. In
GETTING THE MOST rose during the last decade, less 1959, less than 'three million were
Than a third of the total timber har- being worked. The decline in naval
FUN OUT OF SUMMER, vest now goes into lumber, and stores from living pines was not
The quickened, strenuous pace of barely ten per cent into veneers, due to a shortage of 'trees, 'but ra-
oder qu living makes a proper diet uel wood, voles and piling. their because of competitionn from
nsd rest nmr imtant than ever. The report cited substantial pro- other ways of extracting turpentine


Nutritious food and adequate sleep
supply the energy your body needs
to help resist disease. For good
health's sake, avoid fatigue, over-
exertion and improperly, balanced
diet Take care of your body...
good health is wealth.

P I- ,AF 1ia
Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
817 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida

Florida Power
(Continued from page 1)
ing graduate of the University of
Florida, a registered engineer in
the State of Florida, and former
regional secretary of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers.
-After ,four years in research and
development engineering with the
General Electric Company, he
joined FPC in 1951. He has long
been 'active in the industiral 'devel-
opment of Pinellas County as head
of FPC's Industrial and area devel-
bpment departments and as 'a mem-
*ber of the Executive Board of the
Committee of 100.

Two Men Hurt

In Auto Wreck
Two men received lacerations
.la.&t Tuesday evening .as their auto-
mobiles collided head-on just South
of ,the Wewahitchka city limits on'
Highway 71.
Wilson D. McRae of Marianna
was driving South on 71 and met
Mandeville Conner of Wewabhitch-
ka 'who was traveling North. Mc-
Rae was driving a 1959 Chevrolet
and Conner was driving *a 1961
Chevrolet.-
McRae, a diabetic, suffered in-
sulin shock and passed'out, cross-
ing the road and striking the Con-
ner automobile head-on, according
to Florida Highway Patrolman Ken
Murphy.
Both men were taken to the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital and I
treated for cuts and bruises. Mc-
Rae received several lacerations of
the scalp while Conner received
minor head injuries 'and injuries
of ,the left forearm. Both' automo-
biles were 'a total loss.
No charges 'were filed according
to Patrolman Murphy.

Industries Are.,

Using More Pine
Florida's 'forest industries are us-'
' ing more pine .and less cypress and
hardwood timber, ,and more of the
timber cut is coming from smaller
size 'trees, according to a report re-
cently published by 'the -Southeast
ern Forest Experiment Station.
The report summarizes the find-
ings of a ,state-wide survey of tim-
ber resources conducted by the U.
S. Forest Service in cooperation.
with the Florida Forset Service and
Florida forest industries. The sur-
vey is 'the only bone to hae-e been
made during the past decade, and
one of three studies made during
the 'past quarter-century.
Total volume of timber cut in
Florida, the report says, has re-
mained 'almost constant since 1935.
Whereas about two-thirds of the
harvest was pine a quarter-century
ago, now nearly 85 per cent is pine
timber. By contrast, only about one-
fifth as much cypress is being log-
ged, and only about two-thirds as
much hardwood.
More and more of the timber be-
ing out, according to the report, is
coming from smaller size trees.
During the past 25 years, a shift
from a lumber to a pulpwood econ-
omy has taken place in Florida.
The day of the huge sawmill that
ate its way 'through 20 'to 30 mil-'
lion board feet of lumber a year is
past--oday only two sawmills pro-
duce more than 10 million 'board
feet a year. Actually, lumber pro-
duction in Florida has declined
hoearly 40 per cent in the past 22


a by-prodiwt of 'tll -10 NtI V nuAt"
turning process; CurrehIly, expleerb
mentr are iiideiwie Way for the breed&
ing of geneticallyy superior pine
trb48, which may produce twice as,
Munch gum as ordinary trees, and
cut labor costs at 'the same time.







rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
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