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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 13, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


"WENTY-FOURTH YEAR


PORT 8T. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961


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CONDUCT CLINIC-Pictured above are 'the many workers who conducted the Gulf County Crippled
Children's Clinic last Friday. They are, left to right: Bill Mabrie, Mrs. Roberta Harden, Mrs. P. G.
Hart, Mrs. Louise Gillespie, Mrs. Ruby Gilbert, Mrs. Mozelle Trammell, Mrs. Elisabeth Jones, Mrs.
Susan Spencer, Mrs. Pauline Sowers, Mrs. Myrtice Smith, Mrs. Lois Daniell and J. M. Baummgardner.



Florida Crippled Children



Commission Hold Clinic Here


The Florida Crippled Childrne's
Commission held the annual re-
The Florida Crippled Children's
at the Gulf County Health Depart-
ment in Port St. Joe on Friday,
July 7. Children from Bay and Gulf
Counties were examined by Dr. P.
G. Batson, Senior Surgeon for the
FCCO. He was assisted by Dr. John
Benton, Pediatrician, Panama City.
The registered nurses 'assisting
in the clinic were: Carolyn Blair,
'Supervisor, FCCC, Tallahassee, Su-_
san Spencer, 'Orthopedic Nurse,
FCCC, Panama City, Julia John-
ston, Orthopedice Nurse, FCCC,
Pensacola, Roberta Hardne, PHN
and Ruby iGilbert, PHN, both of
Wewahitchka.
Mrs. Louise Gillespie and Bill
Mabrie represented the Gillespie
Limb and Brace Company.
J. M. Baumgardner, Counselor,
Vocational Rehabilitation was pre-
sent 'and three of his clients were
seen by Dr. Batson.
There were 40 crippled children
examined. Four 'of these children
will go to 'the Florida Crippled
Children's Hospital in Pensacola
for immediate treatment. Seven
new patients were admitted.
The Florida Highway Patrol and
Bay and Gulf County Sheriff's De-
p'artments were responsible for the
transportation of th e crippled
children.
Members of the American Leg-
ion Auxiliary in charge of registra-
tion were Mrs. W. S. 'Smith and
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones. The follow-
ing members of the Auxiliary ser-
ved lunch 'to the children 'and par-
ents: Mrs. P. G. Hart, Mrs. Em-
mette Daniell, Mrs. F. E. Trammell,
Mrs. Florazell Connell and Mrs.
Hulene Thames. Guests were: Mrs.
Nell Mercer, Principal, Highland
Park School, Panama City, Mrs.
Lorena Surber, Drummond Park
School, Panama City, Colie Pitts,
PHN, Bay County Health Depart-
ment and J. T. Simpson, Command-
er of the local American Legion.
Mrs. Pauline Sowers, Gulf Coun-
ty Health Department and Mrs. Lil-
lian Carter, FCCC were ,the recep-
tionists.

SJPC Technician Attends
Course On Paper Making
'Men from all over the world are
attending 'one of the two summer
coating courses offered by the de-
partment of paper technology,
Western Michigan University, Kala-
mazoo. While foreign students are
common to this program never
have so many come from so far.
During their three weeks these
30 persons will hear Icetures, by
WMU faculty, visiting lecturers,
will make plant visitations, will
work in the laboratory, and 'for the
first time will make use of the new
coating machine in the Paper 'In-
dustry Laboratories, using paper
made on Western's own Fourdrin-
ier 'machine.
Attending the first course is
Baynard L. Malona, 'III, Process
Chemist, St. Joe Paper Company.


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RECEIVING TREATMENT: A colore-d boy front Gutf County is &nowr,
receiving treatment 'from Dr. P. G. Batson, Senior Surgeon for the
Florida Crippled OChildren's Clinic, 'assisted by Susan Spencer and'
Julia Johnston, Registered Nurses of the FOCC in Gulf County's
crippled children's clinic held last Friday in the Albert L. Ward,
Health Center. i(Star photo)


Film On Protection From Atomic

Blasts Shown To Kiwanis Club Tues.

The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club a ,person is fairly safe from the ef-
viewed an 'interesting film Tuesday Tects of fallout.



on the effects -of atomic explosions
and how to protect oneself in case
of such an explosion.
The movie was shown by Bill
Winters 'and was made by the U.
S. Government. The movie was
made of a test 'performed by 'the
Atomic Energy Commission in Ne-
vada two years ago. The Commis-
sion constructed a model city in
-the Nevada dessert, inhabited it
with lifelike dummies and set off
an atomic, explosion to study the
effects.
The film showed that food out-
side the blast area was safe to eat
after an explosion. The blast area
was defined as one 'mile for an
'atomic 'explosion and eight and a
half miles for a hydrogen explosion.
One of the major dangers 'to
people was flash .burns. Experi-
ments showed that 'light colored
garments offered the best protec-
tion from atomic explosions out-
side a shelter.
The film also showed how to pro-
tect one-self from fal-out. The film
showed that fall-out Is recognized
as a -dust or ash falling from 'the
sky after an atomic explosion. The
narration of the film showed that


Guests of the club 'were George
Cooper of Port St. Joe -and Kenneth
Roberts of Panama City.


Lions Club Has

Business Meeting

The Port St. Joe Lions Club met
Tuesday with newly installed pres-
ident Bill Fleming presiding.
This being the regular business
meeting session, no 'program was
provided. President Fleming an-
nounced the appointment of various
committee members and outlined
a vigorous program for the coming
year.
Lion Jimmy Costin ,announced to
the club that the "welcome sign"
project 'the Club has undertaken
is coming along rapidly and the
signs should be ready to erect in
a very short ti.me.
Lion Harry Tison reminded the
club that the Lino sponsored Babe
Ruth Baseball Team had won the
pennant 'this year and suggested
that some sort of reward in the
form of entertainment should be
awarded the boys who participated


if the dust can be kept off the skin on the team


Group Asks County To Hire




Home Demonstration Agent


Dr. H. L. Langston

Accepts Crippled

Children Work

Henry I.,Langston, M.D., M.P.H.,
has resigned as Director of the Gulf
County. Health Department to -ac-
cept the 'appointment as Medical
Director of the Florida Crippled
Children's Commission' 'effective
July 1., The FCCC is comprised of
10 Districts covering the entire
State of Florida and having as its
purpose the correcting of crippling
conditions in children, reparations
and surgical repair of heart -defects.
This program is designed sprimar-
ily for the purpose of assisting par-
ents who are having hardships and
who would have -difficulties in pro-
viding med'cial care by their own
resources.
There 'are 40 'physicians, orthope-
dists, pediatricians, general and
'plastic surgeons on 'the staff of
the FCCC. The program has an ac-
tive case load of approximately 12,-
,000 children with 'admittances and
discharges of approximately 3,000
per year. The district offices are
located in Tallahassee, Pensacola,
Jacksonville, Gainesville, St. Pet-
ersburg, Orlando, West Palm
Beach, Miami and Sarasota 'with
headquarters in Tallahassee.
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'Direct Dial' Phone

Shown To Civitans

At the regular meeting ,of the
Civitan Club last Monday n eight,
William Schiebe, representative of
the Southern Bell Telephone Com-
pany of Panama City demonstrat-
ed the "direct dial" system for
placing long distance calls. The
"direct dial" system was first used
in Jacksonville in 1955, 'an, instal-
lation which cost $6 million.
The St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company co-operated
with 'Mr. 'Schiebe by securing a line
to Chipley, where the "direct dial"
communication center is located
and the Civitan ~fub placed calls
to various parts of the country such
as Fairbanks, Alaska, Greenwood,
S. C., Hawaii, Macon, Georgia and
Maplewood, N. J.
To use the "direct dial" system
first the code 'number is dialed fol-
lowed by 'the exchange and number
called. The call to Fairbanks, Alas-
ka took exactly 21 seconds after
dialing until 'the party in Alaska
answered.
This system Is unique in 'that if
the line 'to the station called is
busy the elecTtonic equipment au-
tomatically reroutes the call thru
an open circuit. Only station-to-
station calls may be made on this
system. Person-to-person calls will
still be 'handled by the operator.
Mr. Schiebe pointed out that as
there are 3700 different telephone
companies in ithe United States it
will Tbe some time before this sys-
'tem will be operational throughout
the country, however, -it is some-
'thing to 'look forward to.


Rotarians Hear

Weather Man

With the hurricane season 'ap-
proaching for Florida, weather bu-
reau operator, Robert L. Smith of
the Apalachicola Weather Station
presented a program on tracking
hurricanes to the Rotary Club last
Thursday. 'Smith was assisted by
Joel Dunn, who is electronics tech-
nician at the station.
Smith defined the meaning of
the terms "hurricane watch" 'and
"hurricane warning". "Hurricane
watch" indicates that a hurricane
has been located but its destina-


HARRY H. SAUNDERS

Saunders Named to

Canal Commission

Word was received by The Star
Wednesday of the appointment
of Harry H. Saunders of Port St.
Joe to the Florida 'State Canal
Authority. The appointment was
made by the office of Governor
Farris Bryanti
No details of the duties or re-
sponsibilities were contained in
the announcement.
Saunders has been very active
in harbor and canal work in Flor-
ida during the past. He has been
active in Port St. Joe port needs
and has also been active on the
cross state barge canal project.
Before his retirement from the
St. Joe Paper Company, he was
also a member of a nation-wide
group studying pollution of fresh
water streams in the nation.
Saunders was not in town yes-
terday to offer comment on his
appointment.


day who were petitioning 'the Couan-
ty Commission to hire a Home De-
monstration Agent for the coming
fiscal year. The ladies were led 'by
Mrs. Josephine White, President of
the Wewahitchka Senior Woman's
Club.
Speaking for -the women were
Mrs. White, Mrs. Ophelia Borders
of Wewabitchka, Mrs. Bill Thomp-
sno of Port St. Jo,e Mrs. Roland
Hardy of Overstreet, Mrs. Venrna
Rowan of Honeyville, Mrs. Pearl
Whitfield of Wewahitchka and Mrs.
Estelle Parramore of Wewahitchka.
The ladies :told the Board that
the services of a Home Demonstra-
tion Agent were valuable to the la-
dies of the county and also to 4-H
club formation and operation in

Police Department

Hires New Man

A new patrolman for the Port St.
Joe Police Department has been
hired, according ito Police Chief H.
W. Griffin.
The new patrolman's name is
James Watson. He is filling a 'va,
cancy left on the force by ithe re-
sigination .of George Kemp.
Watson is a native of Wewahitch-
ka. He has former police experience
,having been employed by the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department a few
years ago. He has recently been
discharged from ,the United States
Army. Watson is single and is re-
siding now in Port rt Joe.


All-Star Teams of Little Boys Baseball

In Play-off Series for Tournament Berth


New Shrimp Law

Now In Effect

New laws went into effect the
first of July concerning the 'taking
of shrimp from Gulf Oounty waters.
The law was passed as a local bill
by the 1961 'session of the Florida
Legislature and was asked for by
shrimpers fishing out of Gulf
County ports.
The law provides that it shall
be illegal to trawl or fish (or
shrimp or otherwise catch or at-


All-Star teams of the American
and National leagues of 'the Port
St. Joe Little Boy's Baseball League
are locked in battle this week to
decide the tournament team to rep-
resent Port St. Joe In Pensacola
next week end at the area play-offs.
The teams began their best two
out ,of three play-off series Tuesday
of this seek, with the American
League taking the first game of
the play-off 7-5. A second game was
scheduled for yesterday afternoon.
If 'the American League team won
'that game they will go to Pensacola
next week. If they did not 'win, a
third and final game -in the play-


tempt to catch shrimp between the off .will be played this afternoon at
hours -of sundown and sunrise from the Little Boys Baseball park.


September 1 to December 1 of each
year within three nautical miles of
the mean high level watermark of
that part of the shoreline com-
mencing at a ,point known as Cape
San Blas Light 'thence easterly to
the Franklin county line.
The law also provides that it is
illegal to trawl or fish for shrimp
in the same 'area between the hours
of sunrise and sundown from June
1 to September 1 of each year.
The law was passed -to protect
shrimp during their breeding per-
iods. Shrimpers say that the fish
breed within three miles of shore
in this area -each year.
Penalties for violation of the law
include a fine not to exceed $500.00
or imprisonment .not to exceed six
months, or by 'both fine and impri-
sonment.


tion is not yet known. 'Hurricane
warning" means that 'a hurricane
is due to 'hit a certain area within CSingspiration',
a period of about 24 hours. Smith
stressed the point to the Rotarians. jel j
that in giving the location of a hur- l Uated Sunday
ricane, the distance is always ea- ---
sured from the "eye" of the storm The second in a series of "Sing-
and that high winds extend up to aspirations" will .be held Sunday
100 miles in front of the eye. night July 16 'at the First Baptist
In illustrating 'his talk, Smith Church. The .time of the "sing"
showed two films. One of the films is immediately following the even-
outlined the weather bureau's me- ing services, which will place It
thods in locating, tracking and giv- at about 9:00 p.m. All young
ing out warnings for an approach- people, counselors and ministers
ing storm. The other film was a are invited to join in the fun, fel-
short film made from a radar scope lowship, and singing and of course
of the formation of a hurricane, refreshments. Bring your friends
Guest of the club was Dr. Tom and meet the rest of them at the
Gibson of Huntsville, Ala. "Singspiration".


Composing the all-star teams are
the following players:
AMERICAN LEAGUE
David Macomber, Larry Branch,
John Maddox, James Halstead,
James Keels, Rod Bowdoin, Ran-
dall Walker, Steve Majors, Bobby
Ellzey, Bit Clark, Lonnie Hill, La-'


county.
Mrs. Whitfield, a former Gulf H.
D. Agent said that she could still
see some of the fruits of her for-
mer works and declared that 'the
cost involved was justified in the
services offered to Gulf homemak-
ers.
Chairman E. C. Harden told the
group that ,the Board would begin
work on their budget next week
and would take the request into
consideration.
Mosquito Control Broke
Clerk of 'the Court told the Board
Tuesday that the Gulf County Mos-
quito Control program was broke.
He said that the 'fund was now $1,-
968.00 overdrawn with 'bills now
due that 'would further put the pro-
gram in the red. Core went on to
state that the City of Port St. Joe
still 'owed the County $3,500.00 on
their pledged '$5,000.00 toward the
program 'and that the City of We-
wahitchka still owed ,their full
$1,500..00 pledge.
The .program .is operated on a
cooperative -basis with -the County,
the City fo Port St. Joe and the
City of Wewahi'tchka participating
for state matching funds to oper-
ate garbage landfills, permanent
and temporary pest control pro-
grams.
Commissioner Leo Kennedy stat-
ed that the participating cities
should [be asked for their matching
funds and if no money was forth-
coming the 'services to these cities
should be cat o,. -'hairman E. C.
Harden asked C"mmissioneris Ken-
nedy and Greer to contact the City
of Port St. Joe and Commissioner
A. J. Strickland to contact the City
of Wewahitchksa for payment of the
money owed the program.
(City auditor and clerk R. W.
Henderson -told The Star yesterday
that the City of Port St. Joe was
sending the county a check this
week as part payment of their [bal-
ance due.)
In other business, W. C. Summers
of Wewa litchka approached the
Board had made such a request of
Dead Lakes to fishing during the
months of May and June. The
Board had made such a request of
the State Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission recently at the re-
quest of several Dead Lakes fish
camp 'operators and sportsmen in
the County since these months com-
prise the ,bedding seasons of fish
in the Lakes. The Board offered to
take the 'protest under advisement
but indicated that they would stand
on the first action to close the
Lakes during these two mouths.
The Board agreed to meet with
a potential County Health Officer,
Dr. Norman B. Edgerton Monday,
July 17 at 3:30 p.m. for an inter-
view in the Health Department


mar Butts, Larry Byrd, Andrew building in Port St. Joe.
Lewis, David Jones and Tommy The matter of a jury list came
Wright. Managers of the American up with Clerk Core reporting that
League team are Ellzey Williams, a ,sufficient number of names.were
manager of 'the first place Gators already in the box even after the
and Leroy Bowdoin, manager of customary practice of removing
the second place Hardstars. the names of those who last served
NATIONAL LEAGUE ton jury duty.
David Wood, John Richter, Tom- A request was made by Judge
my Adams, Gerald Mullinax, Don- W. A. Fitzpatrick that space be
aid Capps, Bryan Baxley, John found to 'put up shelves for his law
Martin, Boyd Merritt, Knapp Smith, books in the Courthouse. The Comrn


Jerry Nichols, Lamar Orrell, Fred
Harrison, Jim Davis, Alan O'Neal,
Eddie McFarland and Charles Wil-
liams. Managers for this team are
Howard Rogers, manager of the
first place Sharks and Lamar
Moore manager of the second place
Rotary team.
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Vitro In Softball Meet
Th, rort St. Joe Men's softball


mission agreed to remove several
rows of seats in the rear of the
courtroom and place the books
there.
Leroy Bowdoin asked that the
circular drive at the Port St. Joe
High School be resurfaced. The
Board referred the matter to their
budget hearing to see if money was
available.
A plat of "Lake Heights Subdi-
vision" near the Jack Pridgeon


league will be represented in the Store was presented to the Board
Panama City district tournament by Ivy M. Pope. The Board accept-
by the Vitro team which is in first ed the plat.
place in the local league. The Board agreed to hold a spe-
The play off games will be played cial meeting Monday night, July
in Panama City on Thursday, Fri-117 at 6:30 p.m. to study the (budget
day and Saturday, July 13, 14 and for the coming year and hear all
15. Game times will be announced requests for money 'from depart-
today on Station WJOE. Iment heads.


NUMBER 42


Mosquito Control Unit Operating

In Red; Funds Coming In Slow

The Gulf County Commission the county. Several of 'the ladies
was 'approached by a .delegation of present were former .students of
about 30 Gulf County ladies Tues- past 4-H club operations n the








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Exchanged June 18

Miss Helen McAllister, daughter
of Rev. anid Mrs. Douglas McAllis-
m .ter of Madison, Georgia, and Law-
Erence W. Proter, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. W. Porter, Sr., were
married on the afternoon of June
18 at Bethany Baptist Church in
Madison. The Rev. Bob Spencer
11officiated at -the lovely double ring
S" ceremony.
Miss Patsy McAllis'er, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor, and
Misses Inez Haley and Sue Cronic,
both of Madison, -were bridesmaids.
The maid of honor -wore a sheath
dress of delicate pink with an em-
broidered ,organdy overskirt, finger-
tip gloves and a small velvet Fhead-
band to -which was attached a
flounce of -pink veiling. The -brides-
maids ha-d matching -outfits but of
baby blue. They carried bouquets
of lovely field ,daisies. The little
junior bridesmaid, Sally Porter,
sister of'.the groom, wore a ibeau-
tiful mint green organdy dress
with matching -headdress.
Terry Porter, the groom's bro-
-ther, was best ,mnan, and the
groomsmen -were David Porter, -al-
-so brother of the -groom, and Leo
Punt of Vincennes, Indianna, Paul
McAllister -was rin-g bearer.
Rev. McA 'llister gave his -daugh
ter away in marriage. She wore a
En d beautiful white satin -dress with
engagement nnouncece bodice and chapel length train.
The fingertip veil fell from a sequin
tiara headpiece. With her bouquet
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Player of Highland View an- of stephanotis and orchids, the
bride -truly made a lovely picture.
nounce the engagement of their daughter, Janice Faye The bride's mother wore a rose
to Ezra Clinton Brownell, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. lace dress with beige accessories
and looked very charming. The
Brownell of Westville. Wedding plans will be announced groom's another wore a dress of
eyelet embroidery -with beige ac-
later. cessori-es and -also looked very




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lovely. Their corsages 'were -of cym-
-bid.dia.n orchids.
Miss Marina Punt of Vincennes,
Indiana, was pianist and Mrs. Ray-
mond Gilbert of Madison, sang
beautifully, "Because" and "The
Lord's Prayer".
The church was beautifully dec-
orated with ferns, greenery and
candelabra. A huge basket -of beau-


itifully arranged lilies was in 'the
center -of the altar.
After -the ceremony the bride's
parents entertained at a reception
at -the civic room of the Beacon
Heights Restaurant in -Madison.
The couple is now presiding -at St.
Joe Beach after taking a wedding
trip to the Smoky Mountains.


Miss Patricia Smith Becomes Bride of

Donald Eugene Hadden On July 1

The First United Pnetecostal Her fingertip veil was attached to


Church in Highland View 'provided
the setting Ifor the double ring
wedding ceremnoy ,of -Miss Yevonne
Patricia Smith and Donald Eugene
Haddon both of Port St. Joe. The
wedding was an event .of July 1 -at
3: 00 p.m. in the afternoon with -the
Rev. Ja.mes J. Hill officiating. Miss,
Smith is ,the ,daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar L. S.mith. Mr. Haddon
is the son, of Mr. and Mrs. Dorton
B. Haddon both of Port St. Joe.
The church was -attractively -dec-
crated with a center arch 'with .en-
twining -miniature fern with a -clus-
ter of white bells. -On either side
of the arch were baskets of mixed
flowers ,and- two tapers of seven


a queen's crown. She carried a -bou-
quet 'of white carnation's with -tiny
green inserts and silk ribbon. Her
only jewelry -was a -single strand
,of pearls, a ,gift .from the groom.
The bride's mother chose for her
daughter's wedding a beige -sheath
'dress .-with matching lace jacket
with red 'accessories and a red car-
nation corsage.
-Mrs. Haddon was attired in, a
floral silk organza 'dress with three-
quanter length sleeves. Hre acces-
sories were -white with a deep pur-
pl'e corsage.
Immediately following the wed-
ding a reception was 'given at the
home :of -the bride. Centering the


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Mrs. Donald Eugene Hadden
branched candelabra. I table, covered with a handmade
Pre-nuptial -selections of 'music crochet tablecloth, underlined with I
"Dedication" a-nd "Oh Perfect pink and matching ;pink candles,
Love" were offered -by Mrs. V. L. I was -a four tiered wedding cake-
Beathard -at the organ with the 'topped with a miniature 'bride and
traditional "Wedding March" for groom.
the procession. Mrs. Vera Burch attended -the
M.rs. Josephine Haanmmond, aunt bride's book. Mrs. Ruby Lucas and
-of the bride served as -the matron Mrs. Ann Whittle served cake and
of honor. She wore .a mint green punch.
dress with -matching lace, square Out of town guests were Mr. and
neckline 'and full skirt. Her acces- Mrs. G. T. Stafford, -grandparents
series were matching necklace and of -the bride of Crawfordville; Mr.
earrings. She carried a nosegay of and Mrs. K. H. Harris and Michel
pink carnations. -of Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. David
Lee Hammond attended t h e Davis and sons Davy and Denny
groom -as best man. Harold Pitzl of Dothan, Ala:; ,Mr. and Mrs. Har-1
and Frank Ruckman attended as old Pitzl and Wanda of Tyndall
candle -lighters and ushers. Air Force Base, Panama City and
The bride, -given in marriage by Mrs. V. L. Beathard of Orange,
-her father, wore a ballerina length Texas.
Wedding gown of clipped chantilly -
lace over bridal satin. Motifs of .the Birth Announcement
I lace outlined the scalloped ncekline Mr. stand Mrs. Jack W. Barr of
twiht included sequins in the front Kansas City, Mo., announce the
land back and long sleeves formed birth of a daughter, Sharon Lee on
points at ithe wrist. The bouffant July 4. Proud grandparents are Mr.
*skirt featured a -scalloped hemline and Mrs. H. C. Brown of Port St.
and an 'under skirt of tiny ruffles. Joe.


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suggests alternating between ter-
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By HERVEY SHARPE out for spetoria leaf spot, mildew, gin showing color and then use
Fla. Ag. Extension Service botrytis and ray !blight-the worst only zineb.
Chrysanthemums need careful plagues of mums.
attention now if you anticipate Mildew is another fungus yuo
showing them off as home-grown Septoria spreads rapidly in wet may discover. It'll appear as a
corsages at sporting events this weather. The fungus shows up as whitish, powdery growth on the
fall. small greyish-brown spots on the upper surface of leaves and ten-


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surance for profuse flowering. ibgeins with the Tower leaves and
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Botrytis is a scourge of flowers.
The mum petals develop little
brown freckles and then the entire
petal begins to rot and then often
is enveloped in a grey mold. Use
zineb to control the disease.
Ray blight infected flower heads
have chocolate-covered petals and
a dark brown base on the florets.
Use the same treatment for ray
blight as suggested for ,septoria.
There are several insects that
attack chrysanthemums. However
the hardy plant isn't often damaged
to any great extent (by these vege-
tarians. Aphids may take a liking
to the tender mums. Often a herd
of friendly insects will devour a
colony of aphids. But if you fear
that nature is not on your side try
a malathion spray.
A near microscopic varmint that
can -suck the mum leaves dry is
the spider mite. Leaf injury shows'
up as mottled and off-color yellow.
Suggested control measures in-
clude malathion, aramite, kelthan'e
and voex.
Thrips are warm weather insects
-that damage flowers. They are tiny,
slender pests about 1/32 inch long.
Malathion and dieldrin are recom-
mended for halting attacks of
thrips.
Foliar nematodes may appear in
your mums. These pests destroy
the leaf tissue between the veins,
causing a browning of a wedge-or
pie-shaped section of the leaf. You
will find malathlon usually effec-
tive in halting these pests if you
apply the matreial before ithe in-
festation .becomes too severe.
In case you are a neophyte,
pinching is an improtaut practice
in mum 'production. The first pinch
is made when the plants are about
eight Inches tall, removing about
one-half of the stem and leaving
three sets of leaves. Later when
the lateral stems or "breaks" are


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When you think of Shoes think
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A Thing Group Drip D 211 PAIRS SUMMER ALL M 'S and 'S
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back to three sets of leaves.
By careful choice of varieties
you can enjoy chrysanthemums
from September through Christmas
or later. If you are set up to con-
trol light you may cause ,the mums
to flower the year around. For a
list of garden chrysanthemums for
Florida, secure Florida Agricultur-
al Extension Service Circular 182
from your county or home demon-
stration -agent.


Po Jo's Twirl

Friday Night
The Po-Jo Twirlers will have
.their weekly dance Friday night
at 8:00 .p.m. at the Centennial
Building. All members are remind-
ed to review the constitution and
bi- la fr Dance fees fo i th secon dl


Dy-iaws. jufunue iws. r Lae second
quarter are now due and payaole to
returns Home the treasurer of the cliii.
Miss Rebecca Stansberry has re-
turned to her home in Atlanta re- New officers are as follows:
cently after spending several weeks President, Bil Brown; Vice-Presi-
here with her grandparents, Mr. dent, Bill Wager; Secretary, Agnes
and Mrs. Ben Ferrell. .Whitfield; Treasurer, Ralph Ward;
---- ---Social Chairman, Billy Shirey;
Want Ads (GeL Rlesilts Parliamentarian, John Slajer.


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CHARLES H. HARTIERN, 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.a
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.


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


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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LOng AVOenU
Baptist
Circle Meetings
The WMS Circles of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church met in
June for ,prgorams concerning
Baptist work in East -and Central
Africa.
Circle Two met on Tuesday, June
27 at 9:30 aim. in the home of
Mrs. Joe Ferrell. Those presenting
the program were: Mrs. T. J.
Braxton, Mrs. L. W. Porter, Mrs.
Raymond Hardy and, Mrs. Joe Fer-
rell.
Circle Three met on Tuesday,:
June 20 at 3:00 p.m. with Mrs.
Keith Ward. Present were Mrs. Joe
Alligood, .Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer, Mrs.
A. P. Jackson and Mrs. George Mc-
Lawhon.
Circle Four met- June 20 in the
,home of Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey.
The following members w e r e
present: ,Mrs. L. E. Voss, Mrs. Le-
nora Oon-ger, Mrs. Frank Pool,
Mrs. Jewel Hinote and Mrs. Tom
Watts.
Circle Five met June 20 with
Mrs. Early Weeks. Present were
Mrs. John Core, Mrs. Gene Fow-
ler, Mrs. N. G. Martin and a visi-
tor, Mrs. Joel Harris.
Circle Six met on June 19 at the
home of Mrs. Clyde White. The
program was presented by -Mrs. B.
A. Collier, program chairman. Oth-
ers present were: Mrs. Russell
Goolsby, Mrs. Tony Peterman, Mrs.
David Jenkins, Mrs. Joe Fontner,
Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Mrs. James
Atkinson and Mrs. Austin. Burgin
and -a visitor, Mrs. M. L. Britt.

Archie' Barbee
Joins Air Force
Archie Herman Barbee, 17, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Flyod Bar-
bee, 505 8th Street, this city, 'was
enlisted in the United States Air
Force, on July 6 at Montgomery,
Alabama through the PanamA City
office, according to M-Sgt. C. L.
Blair of that office.
Archie was assigned to Lackland
Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex-
as, where he will undergo his basic
military training after which he
will join one of the operational or
training .units of the Aerospace
Team, Blair said.
Archie is a graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, class to 1961. He
was enlisted in the Administrative
Field, -under the Air Force pro-
gram of opportunities for high
school graduates.

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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESUZY R. EAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist. Reporter, Proof
DIAL BAM. 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 1, 1987, at the Postotfce, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $ 75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselye.s liable for damage further than amount received for such
a'dvertikement
The spoken word fr given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely aserts; the printed word thoroughly oonvinces.
The spoken word Is lost; the prilted word maans.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961

LET'S COUNT NOSES

Two weeks ago this newspaper openly, in a front-page
editorial, opposed the County Commission re-districting plan
as passed by the Commission on Tuesday, June 27. The Star
labeled the plan, inequitable and not according to the re-
districting laws of Florida. The Star still maintains its ob-
jections to the plan as passed by the County Commission.


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-ititd MN Rii4 ; Wlsofi aW eliddrun Homo km Maouhtalna I tutfl 'roAm Vaat6af
r of C~rstview, 'were recent house Mr., nd Mrs. George Mvtawton Mr., ad Mrs. lldriidge Money and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Sow- and childremt returned home Moa- &on earl returned last week end
ers at their home on Whiskey day after a few 'days spent in the from a vacation spent in tbhe moun-
George Creek. mountains of North Carolina. tains of Tennessee.
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At the time of writing the editorial, the editor of The : RESULT FROM NORMAL
Star did not have the time between the meeting of the Board a "' ,g .- PHOSPHATE MINING
of Commissioners and the time the paper must go to press OPERATIONS IN
to ascertain from the official count of the United States De- CENTRAL FLORIDA.
apartment of the Census what the population of each district 1
would be. We have had this official count in our possession
for some few months and read it over repeatedly in helping New D r i La n f
to prepare the original Jaycee presentation to the County NeW 'nvcS ICn LOW OnO eO
Board for re-districting. While we did not have time to get' O
the report down, analyze the codes and figure up the exact MOSt OC StrUCtve PassedBy Legislature
population count, we were familiar enough with the approxi-
mate population of each area to hazard a close guess to just One of the most cons(truqciive you were born in an odd or even
how un-equitable the division of population in the proposed pieces of legislation accomplished numbered year.
districts would be. y the legislature last session was
passage of a law governing the is- I would like to repeat my sug-
And so we hazarded a guess. suance of driver's licenses in this gestion that you 'apply now for a
state. copy of the new regulations and
But our guess was wrong. The population division was study it prior to the inauguration
SThe law provides for ithe issuance of the new system. It is no' pos-
even worse than our guess. Immediately below we give you of licenses during the month of sible to cover the detailed informa-
the official census figures for the proposed districts as passed birth. When the system gets in full tion contained in1 the department
by the County Commission on June 27. operation by 1963, all licenses will 'circular but it is easy to obtain
be issued for a period of 'two years. and easy to -understand.
District 1-A. J. Strickland, 1,561 people. Until that time some motorists will Governor Bryant, the Florida
District 2-E. C. Harden, Sr., 1,325 people. hold a one year license, some a Citizens Advisory Committee -on
District 3-Mrs. G. S. Croxton, 1,919 people. validation sticker or temporary li- Highway Safety, American Au'omo-
District 4---James H. Greer, 2,940 people. cense. bile Association, Florida Safety
District 5--aLeo Kennedy, 2,192.4 To thoroughly acquaint the pub- Council and other 'agencies that
District 5-Leo Kennedy, 2,192. 1 with just how the new system helped develop this progressive
As can be seen by these population figures, the division will 'operate, the State Highway ;program 'are to be congratulated
of population is by no means equal. As a matter of fact, Dis- Patrol has issued a comprehensive as well as our legislature for its
trict Four, which has population from the Gulf County Canal folders av deaiabled information effective efforts in passing the leg-
Southward to Tenth Street has more people in it than all of to the department in Tallahassee
Gulf County North of the Intracoastal Canal, excluding or from 'any State Highway Partol- Guests of Sowers
White City. This area makes up County Commissioner Dis- 'man or Patrol office or from your Mr. and Mrs. Leon Paul and *chil-
tricts One and Two. Is this fair? These people have the county judge. dren, Sondra, Mark and Victor,
voice of two commissioners on the Board, while the people To avoid confusion or misander- Miss Karen Freeman, all of Spring
oine Ditf rt Four v ines of l Bod C i s pon e standing I suggest that you make Valley, California, J. S. Wethering-
in District Four have the voice of only one Commissioner. it a point to obtain a copy of this ton of Houston, Texas, E. W.
But let's go a little farther with our adding. Add the 'circular now 'and study it as the Branch of Washington, D. C., Mr.
new law wil go into effect Sept. 1,
population figures for Districts Four and Five (Roughly the 1961 and it is improtant that you
area from the Gulf County Canal to the South end of the understand when to .apply for your
county.) These two districts have a total of 5,132 people new license, what 'to do if you ex-
in their environs. Then add the totals for Districts One, Two pact to be out of s'ate at the .time, Ask your
and Three (the remainder of the county) and you will find and certain other situations.
The 'advantage of the new law
a total of only 4,805 people. Now you see what is happening. is that it spreads licensing through-
A definite minority of the people of the county have the ma- jority on the County Board. and standing in line that is the
case where all licenses are renewed
The Star can't understand a division like this with its at the same time. The lengthened
evident inequities in population. Again we reiterate that period for which ithe licenses are Corvair 700 Club C
the Florida law states (for even lay people to understand) valid also ;benefits ,the motorist and beauty with thistle
that a county shall be divided for County Commission District saves an immense amount of work tion and quick-stepp
purposes as nearly equal in population as possible. Nothing for the department.
SSomeone had a happy thought
at all is said about work-load of one Commissioner, nothing'when the Labor Day week end was
at all is said about favoring a few people or voters, nothing selected to ina-guira; o this new
is said about anything except equal division of the population (system, because it emphasizes the
-since it is the people, and not the land or the special inter- (importance of the new regulations
ests that are to be served. 'in providing greater safety to all
of us. The Labor Day week end is


Commissioner Leo Kennedy told us that one must take
into consideration the amount of work in a Commissioners'
district. We say the Commissioner-to-be knows his area and
.its work load before he seeks the job. If he is going to shun
or complain about his work-load, he shouldn't qualify in the
first place. And, too, the Board of Commissioners is elected
to serve the entire county. One member's work load should
be every member's work load. Re-districting is done solely
to give every citizen in the county an equal voice on the Board
when there is an issue to be decided.
Personally, The Star feels that the division of popula-
tion as presented by the Jaycees was even too top-heavy to
provide anything like equal representation for the people of
Gulf County. As we have stated in this column before, the
only way we see for fair and equal division of the people of
the county into County Commission districts, three of those
districts are going to have to touch up to or into the City
Limits of Port St. Joe. Regardless of how distasteful this
may be to some people, the remainder of the people of the
county also have a right for their share of representation
each and every time the County Board is called into session.
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Once you have renewed your
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or
apartments. Farnished or unur-
nished. Call 9-1901, Mrs. J. Ander-
son. tfc-I0-6.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call BAll 7-2565. Mrs. Paul Far-
mer. tfc-2-164
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only. Call Mrs.
Morgan Jones. 227-7641. tfec-4-6
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 manilse South of Port St.
Joe on Florida 30. tfc-6-1


T4TURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961 FOR SALE
Three bedroom masonry home
S with oak floors, breezeway and
EV RTISING ^I garage, on 90 x 165 ft. lot -in good
Neighborhood. Only $350 down. To-
.tal cost, $11,0000.
FOR SALE: Cow manure, $12.00 a Three 'bedroom masonry house
pickR-u load. Call the Beaches, with oak floors, carport and porch
648-4245, Mrs. Hardy. 3tc-6-22 on 100 ft. lot in White City. To sell
for only $8,500.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom Walter Three bedroom trace house on
home, $4500 with four lots. Boat Seventh St. Den and garage. Locat-
and -trailer. 0. H. Taylor, owner. ed in center of two lots with lots
See Mrs. James Godwin at White of trees. Only $10,000.
City. 2tp! Three bedroom masonry house
on Garrison Ave. Buy owners equl-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated ty and assume GI mortiuge for bal-
house. Hardwood floors, wired for ance with monthly payments of
air conditioner and electric stove. $60.00.
Corner lot, 302 16th St., $8.500.1 FRANK HANNON
$57.21 monthly payments. FHA fi-! Registered Real Estate BroKcer
nancing, 25-year mortgage. $300 Phone 7-3491
down payment plus FHA closing'
costs. Write or call collect, Ben FOR SALE: Gaited saddle horse.
Dickens, 1101 Piedmont Drive, Tal- saddle and bridle, $250.00. Spirit-
lahassee, Florida. Phone 385-1015. ed ibut gentle. J. V. Gander, Apala-
choiola, Fya. Phone 653-5111 -or
653-4q91. f~e-7-13


FOR RENT: House on Long Ave- FOR SALE
nue facing Elementary School. 1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico FOR PIANO TUNING and repairs.
Call Mrs. Nora Duren, Phone 7-5471 Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot. Call A. L. Williams, Phone 227-
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile *bath.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large priced at ony 10,975.00.tile bath. 5591. Be in town until August 1 2t
nice 2-bedro6m house with fenc- 2. Large -frame house, over 2,000 ,
ed inback yard. Nice neighborhood. ft. of floor space on five acres of MOVING AND STORAGE: Plann-
Phone 227-8536. tfc land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,- :ng to move across -toau wnfore
FOR RENT OR SALE: Two bed- 600. ..timates. Representatives for May-
room home. Furnished. Large liv- 3. 3-edrom hous n bar, flower, experience and ualiied.
Ing room, fireplace, dining room, ." _' SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
garage. 1031 Long Ave. Also for Avenue. Pay owner's equit Mon. Ave., Phone 7-4051.
rent, Furnished apartment. Living assume balance of $9,461.56 pay-
bedroom, kitchen and bath, 40113th able at $70.00 per month. HUNTERS NOTICE Save money
4. Lots *at Douglas Landing for HoNTErS ,,TICE Savemoey
St. J. A. Mira, Phone 648-4128. fish mps and retirement homes, on your shells now while they
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom huose with Terms arranged to suit you. box. Peeples Pawn Shop. p
garage, Venetian blinds. Inquire 5. Lots fo resale at St. Joe Beah.. Peples Pawn Shop
at 1208 Palm Blvd. 2tp-7-13 1 block from .water. Reasonable e amount of Fhootballs, Basket-
terms. ed amount of Footballs, Basket
FOR RENT: 3 (bedroom house at 6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good Balls, Volley Balls, Field Gloves,
St. Joe Beach. Furnished or un- investment opportunity. Basmen Mitts, Marks, Shinguards
furnished. Carport, screened porch 7. 320 acres of woodland, six -Tennis Nets. New rifles, good
and all mooms extra large. Phone miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap- -used shot guns and rifles. A lot
648-4286. tfc-7-31 proximately 300 acres planted in of ladies and gents wrist watches
4-year old pine ees. cheap.
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom, fur- 8. New three bedroom homes un-
nished or unfurnished houses. $50 der construction on Cypress Ave- EPTIC TANKS pumptd out, Call
per month. See Bill Carr at 227-8111 nue. $500 down, payments, approxi- Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
mately $80.00 per month. FRA. w!ick expert service. tfe
FOR SALE: 2 bed-room house 1308 9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660
Long Ave. Garage droomd utility each. Terms. PAINT CONTRACTING
E. TOM PRIDGEON JAMES FLOYD
room.Call Grady Player, 227-3636. ES F O
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636 Reg. Real Estate Broker 214/2 7th St. Highland View
FOR SALE: Moose building on 4th C. W. Long, Salesman
St. across from Medical Clinic Phone 227-7741 301 Willams Ave. R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
For information contact G. F. Law- LOTS FOR SALE: Oak Grove. $25 St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
r nceor Jack Hammock 4tc-6-8L O S ove. $25 M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
rnc or Jack ammodown, $25 per mo. Also camp sites ing brothers welcome.
FOR SALE: Like new RCA Victor acreage near Willis Landing, by Joha H. Dickey, High Priest
TV. 30 ft. antenna. $100 cash. Ph. th eacre. On paved hiway. Easy Joel Lovett, Secretary
229-1741 or see Mrs. Edward Bond terms. Call 227-5471. 4tc-7-6
at White City. tfe-6-8 SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
FOR SALE;. 1960 Rambler Ameri- BARGAINS GALORE! We have Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
can Station Wagon, 2,300 actual just received a new shipment of Legion Hall. All members urged to
miles. Like new. $1595. Will take merchandise-from South Florida. attend.
older model car in on trade. Phone Some new, some used-but lots to Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
227-5261. tfc-5-18 -choose from. Come in today and Secretary: J. C. Martin.
make your selection. USE OUR
PEOPLE'S PAWN SHOP: "Buy, EASY BUDGET TERMS. SUR- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
sell or trade confidentially with PLUS 'SALES OF ST. JOE. 112 THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meot-
confidence". The little man's Monument Ave. Phone 227-4051. ing first and third Tuesday
friend. 401 .ast Third St. Phone nights, 8:00 Van. Amerioan Legion
227-3416. tfc-4-20 PLANNING TO MOVE? Letus help Home.
you. Free estimates in 'town or
FOR SALE: 45'x8- Richardson anywhere -in -the V. S. A. We rep- L.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $LOO
house trailer with automatic resent MAYFLOWER, nationwide hour. Cut your lawn and let me
washer. $2,995.00. Call Bill Rich movers. Experienced and qualified worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
at 229-1145. tfc-5-4 SURPLUS SALES OF ST. JOE, 112 Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
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THERE WILL BE a regular come rick, Gulf County Tax Assessor was a motion by Commissioner
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge came ,before the Board and pre- Strickland, seconded by Commis-
No. 111, F&AM every first are sented the 1961 Tax Roll, showing sioner Kennedy and upon 'vote was
third Thursday at 8r00 -p.m. the following vlaues: 'unanimously carried, that the as-
SLands Wholly Exempt $985,460.00 sessments on said .tax roll be ap-
Homestead-ourrent $3,409,500.00 proved .and accepted as presented.
Total Exempt $4,394,960.00 The meeting did then adjourn.
JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M. Non-Exempt lands $5,736,100.00 ATTEST:
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec. Personal Property $8,800,915.00 George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
All Master Masons cordially invited Total Taxable $14,537,015.00 Clerk Chairman
The railroad assessment not be- ---- ----
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ing reported from the State Comp- Vacvationing In Mountains
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL troller's office.Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Robbins and
GIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Robbins'and
AND FOR GULF COUNTY. The chairman announced that children' will return home this
IN CHANCERY. the meeting is now open ,to hear week end after spending two weeks
IN RE: Adoption of any complaints with reference to camping in the Smokey Mountains
EDWARD BENJAMIN LONG, he values -as assessed on said tax and visiting friends and relatives
a minor, roll. .. .
TO: EDWARD LNOTICENG, whose res- Whereupon, after waiting more in Georgia and Virginia.
TO: EDWARD LONG, whose res- than one hour 'and no person, corn-; -
idence and post office address are pany, or Corporation coming before Sendh Star To A Friend
Vun nown...... the Board with 'a complaint, there
h ~' bct tif nuu ~ -td


you axe iereny noil-L tnat
Benjamin William Suggs and wife,
Minnie Mae Sug.gs, have filed a pe-
tition in the above styled Court for
-the adoption of the minor child
above named and,-you are required
to show cause why 'the same should
not be granted, serving a copy .of
your written defenses, if any, upon
Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., At-
torney for Petitioners, 221 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and
by filing the original thereof with
-the Clerk of said Court on or before
the 24th day of July, 1961; other-
wise, a decree may be entered
against you granting said adoption.
WITNESS 'my hand and the seal
of said Court at Wewaihitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, -this 21st day
of Jume, A. D. 1961.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-6-22

Minutes of the
County Commission
WEWAH'ITCHKA, FLORIDA
July 3, 1961
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met
this date as a Board of Equaliza-
tion, pursuant to notice published
in the Gulf County Breeze, a weke-
ly newspaper, published in Gulf
County, Florida. The following
mmebers were present: E. C. Har-
den, Sr., Chairman, Neva S. Crox-
ton, A. 3. Strickland 'and Leo Ken-
nedy. The Clerk. and Sheriff were
also present.
The ,meeting -came to order at
9:00 a.m.
The Honorable Samuel A. Pat-


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ness bestowed upon me during my
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May God richly bless you.
N. E. DEES
CARD OF THANKS
I 'would like take this oppor-
tunity to thank my friends for the
many kindnesses shown me while
I have been recovering from my
recent accident. Your prayers and
concern are greatly appreciate.
May God bless each of you.
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Port St. Joe, Florida


Visiting Ministers to Fill
Long Avenue Pulpit
The Long Avenue Baptist Ohurch
will have visiting ministers to sup-
ply the pulpit for the next two Sun-
days while the regular pastor Rev.
J. C. Odum, is away on vacation.
Next .Sunday Rev. G. A. Ratterree,
from Jacksonville, will be the guest
speaker. Brother Ratterree is the
Executive Secretary of the Baptist
Brotherhood of the Florida Baptist
Convention. He will speak at
Both -the morning and evening ser-
vices.
On the following Sunday, July
23, Rev. Robert G. O'Kane will
,be the guest speaker at both ser-
vices. He is presently an Airman
at Tyndall Air Force Base. Sgt.
O'Kane will receive his discharge
from the Air Force this summer.
He will continue his studies -for tae
Baptist ministry 'at William Jewell
College in Missouri iths fall.
The church extends a cordial in-
vitation through their pastor for
everyone to oe to come and hear these
two capable ministers.


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6bytedci n Cnhurh Circles
Hold J6int Meeting
The Circles of the Presbyterian
Church met jointly at the Manse
Monday afternoon. Members of
Circle No. 2 were guests of Circle
No. 1 with Mrs. Boyd Underwood
as hostess.
The meeting was opened with a
prayer by Mrs. R. M. Spillers, Pres-
ident; Mrs. H. A. Campbell, presid-
ed over a short ,business session.
Then followed a very interesting
Bible study from Phillippians 4:
1-7 conducted by Mrs. L. S. Bissett.
Those enjoying this meeting in-
cluded: Mrs. Sid Brown, Mrs. Bill
Brown, Mrs. T. J. Mitchell, Mrs. R.
D. Prows, Mrs. Joe Parrott, Mrs.
Ted Beard and young daughter,
Beverly, Mrs. Calla Perritt, Mrs.
C. W. Long, Mrs. John R. Smith,
Mrs. L. S. Bissett, Mrs. H. A.
C'ampbell, Mrs. R. M. Spillers and
the hostess, Mrs. Boyd Underwood.

Carbonneau's Honored
On 50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oarfbonneau,
Sr., were honored with a party
Sunday at the-home of their son,
Lt. .ol. (ret) and Mrs. Albert Car-
,bonneau in. Marianna to celebrate
their 50th wedding anniversary.
A buffet dinner was served to
approximately 25 guests from Bea-
con Hill Beach, Port St. Joe and
Marianna.
The occasion was made especial-
ly appy for the honored couple 'by
the arrival of their daughter, Mrs.
Ernest Gerroir and her family of
Boston, Massachusetts.







Mr. .and Mrs. John Aaron Moore
of Apalachicola, announce the
birth of a daughter, Julie Lynn on
July 6.
Mr. 'and Mrs. George W. Parrish,
121 Fifth Street, Highland View,
announce the birth of a ibaiby boy,
Daniel Thomas on July 11.
Mr. and Mrs. George James King
of Mexico Beach announce the birth
of a 'daughter, Julie Ann on July 6.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Visiting Grandparents
Ray Ramsey is spending this
week in 'Warner Robins, Ga., with
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
I. Wooden.


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Mr. and Mrs. James Grissett and
children have returned to their
home in Jacksonville, N. C., after
visiting Mrs. Grissett's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miles. Little
Margie Gqissett remained for a
longer visit with her grandparen'.s
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Martiu, of
Vernon visited his uncle, L. H. Kel
ly and family, Sunday.
C. A. Griffin spent Wednesday in
Blountstown visiting relatives.
George Kelley is visiting rela-
tives in Vernon this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. O'Buck and
children of Tallahassee are vaca-
tioning in this area this week. The
O'Bu'cks are 'former residents of
this area and "have 'many friends
here.
Mrs. Essie V. Knight and son,
Ralph are visiting -relatives in Per-
ry this -week.
Mrs. Mary Henderson of West-
ville is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
J. E. Patterson this week.
Betty Miles of Macon, Ga., is vis-
iting -her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Miles this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams
and children of Columbus, Ga., vis-
ited his mother, Mrs. Ruth Wil-
liams during the week end. They
were accompanied home 'by Linda
and Lenora Williams who will vis-
it them .for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and
son of Parker visited 'the C. A. Gr!f-
*'fn family Friday.

CARD OF THANKS
We 'wish to offer our deepest
gratitude and sincere thanks to
our friends and neighbors for the
many gestures of 'kindness and
sympathy shown to us 'following
the death of our loved one.
May God bless you al.
'Mrs. Annie Cook and 'family
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New Army District

Engineer Assigned

Lt. Colonel Daniel A. Raymond,
a veteran career officer in the U.
S. Army Corps 'of Engineers, has
assumed command rf the Mobile
Engineer District.
A native 'of Jacksonville, and a
graduate of the U. S. Military Aca-
demy at West Point, Harvard Uni-
versity 'and various service schools,
he is an experienced officer and
engineer. His previous assignments
have included service 'as a company
commander -and battalion executive
in an engineer combat battalion in
the European theatre during World
War II, as a combat engineer ad-
visor in Turkey, as a ,battalion com-
mamder and' division engineer in
Korea, and as deputy district engin-
eer at Okinawa. He comes to Mo-
bile from the U. S. Army War Col-
lege, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsyl-
vania.
As District Engineer at Mobile,
Colonel Raymond will direct mili-
tary 'construction for 'the Army
and the Air Force in Mississippi,
Alabama, Tennessee and northwest
Florida and Federal waterways
improvement in major portions of
Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and
Florida, 'a combined program which
cost over $80 million in the fiscal
year just completed.
He 'succeeds Colonel Robert W.
Love, who 'has been assigned to
duty in Hawaii.
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VISIT HERE TUESDAY
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Tampa were dinner 'guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Ferrell last tuesday.
Return From Vacation
The George McLawhon's return-
de home Monday after spending
last week in the Smokey Moun-


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