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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: August 3, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let'S keep
It where we oan speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town meroharntal


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


SVENTY-FOURTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1961


New Jaycee Slate Of Officers


NEW JAYCEE OFFICERS-Left to right, Aaron Cooley, Director; Ashley Costin, Director; Dr. Conrad
Wiliams, Director; Vern Williams, Tallahassee, District Vice-President; Harry Tison, Vice-President;
R. H. ElIzey, President; Ted Gannon, Treasurer; John Howard, Director; Wade Barrier, Director and
Joe Parrott, Vice-President. Secretary, Don Grossman was not present. (Star photo)


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wa$,L.EY R. RAMSEY

Since this editor has a previous
engagement for tomorrow night,
and find it impossible -to attend the
County Board's hearing on the new
proposed budget, we would like to
take this opportunity to offer our
objections to the tax rate proposed
for the coming year.
Under present economic circum-
stances, we think the millage rate
is toor high.
We have definite reasons for
Thinking thusly, .beyond .the reason
that, it will further pinch a flat
pocketbook to pay the ante.
First off, we think that an in-
' crease in tax to be paid by a rate
uf 39.2%, in one year is too great.
We are seeking new industry in
Gulf County and such drastic tax
hikes is tbh best way in the world
to -keep from getting tbem-.. *4
Before you object too strenuous-
ly over our percentages, let -us
prove our figures.'
First the hike in valuation of
taxable property has hiked our tax
bill the equivalent of one and a
half mills. The -mill value has been
hiked $1,361.60 on each'mill. Mul-
tiply this by the proposed 16 mill
increase (disregarding the other
six-tenths nmill increase) and you
come up with the figure of $21,-
783.60-or at the present mill value
-one and a half mills. Add this to
the 3.6 .mill increase and you have
an increase of 5.1 mills.
Last year's mileage rate was set
at 13. Simple division will show
you that the millage rate has been
hiked 39.2 .percent.
This means that for every.$1.-00
paid in taxes last year, you will
now have to pay $1.392 this year.
DECREASING REVENUES
The 'decrease in revenues suf-
fered by the county board of $17,-
542.00 came through the reduction
in such things as tourist spending
in the State-one of our biggest
sources 'of revenue. This reflects
a slack of business for last year-
a slack that was also forcibly felt
in Gulf County.
We say that its, unwise to in-
crease taxes by such a percentage
in the face of these things.
We realize-and our past editor-
ials will bear us out-that Gulf
County and Florida citizens get by
light on taxes. But it is not fair to
make the vast minority bear the
heavy 'load of taxes, while the most
of the citizens get by free of
charge. We believe in paying our
own way, but we balk at paying
the way of someone else who bene-
fits as much or more than we do
from these taxes.
ECONO Y NEEDED
We .believe it is imperative that
the County Commission stu&y the
tentative .budget further and cut
out the frills.
That old bugagoo, the road and
'bridge fund, is about $30,000.00 too
heavy. :Some of the other funds are
correspondingly too high. Some of
the funds are fixed and can nei-
ther be decreased or increased. But
those funds that can bb regulated
should be cut to the bone.
We understand that the road and
bridge fund contains money for
.some paving the county .plans to
do with its own labor and devices.
This has been tried before and has
proven unsatisfactory.
We 'trust' that the Commission
will use a very sharp "blue pencil"
on their proposed budget.


Receive Jaycee Awards


PRESENTED AWARDS: Roy Burch (right) chairman of the Jaycee
;Special Awards Committee presents Jaycee President Bob Ell'zey
with a "Key Man" Jaycee award and Wade Barrier, Jr., the Jaycee
-of the Year award at 'the Jaycee installation dinner meeting on
Tuesday, July 25. Other members of the awards committee were
Dave May and Aaron Cooley. (Star photo)


_- *1_ I ,


County Board

Given Time To

Answer Writ

The Gulf County -Commissioners
were given an extension of 13
days to either redistriLt the coun
ty according to population or to -ap
pear before Judge W, L. Fitzpatrick
and show cause why they haven't
The circuit judge granted the
extension Friday, .which had ori-
ginally been set .as the deadline for
some action to be taken on the re
districting of the county.
Fitzpatrick told The Star that the
extension was granted to give the
Commission more time to reach a
decision. He said that such exten
sions were the rule rather than
the exception in such cases.
A petition was filed three weeks
ago 'by Welsey R. Ramsey, publish-
er of The Star, asking that the
commission be compelled to redis-
trict the county 'according to state
requirements.
An alternate writ of mandamus
- was issued by the judge, ordering
the commissioners to make some
formal action.
The commissioners previously
had rejected a redistricting plan
submitted by a special committee
composed of R. H. Ellzey, Frank
Pate, 'Chuck Gibson, Dave Gaskin,
J. B. Harris and Ed Banidjough.
The Board will more than likely
act on the matter 'at their regular
meeting Tuesday, August 8. The
I Judge's extension gives the Board
until August 10 to comply with the
order, which will give the County
Attorney, David C. Gaskin, tao
days to file his motion that the
County has complied with the writ.
It will then be for the court to de-
cide if the writ ihas, indeed, been
complied with.


NEIL POITEVINT IS .
OPERATED ONIN PENS.
Neil Poitevint, son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. 0. Poltevint, formerly of
Port St. Joe and now of Wewahit-
chka, underwent surgery on both
legs July 21 in the Crippled Chil-
aren's Convalescent Home in Pen-
sacola. He is expected to get out
of the hospital before school starts.
All his friends are urged to write
to him and help cheer him up.

* || .


county bers BuageH nearing


To Hear Any


Objections To


New Budget

The Gulf County Board of Com-
missioners will hold a 'hearing
tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. Port
St. Joe time to hear objections o
the tentative county budget for
the coming fiscal year.
A copy of this proposed budget
can be found in a legal advertise-
ment in this issue of The Star on
page six.
The County has come up with a
tentative budget for the 196i-62
fiscal year which will require 16.3
mills to finance. This is a boost of
3.6 'mills over the present budget.
Part of the increase in millage
is due to a decrease in other funds
received by the county from state
sources. These funds come from
race -track taxes, gasoline taxes,
etc.


Tax Collector Reminds Boat Owners

It's Time To Register for Another Year


Registration and re-registration
of all pleasure boats of over 10
,horsepower began Tuesday in Tax
Collector Harland Pridgeon's office
in the Gulf County courthouse at
Wewahitchka.
The 'office will be open daily ex-
cept 'Saturday .and Sundays from
8:,00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., CST.
Registrations will be accepted
up to September 1.
Commercial boats must register
with the iState Board of Conserva-
tion., P. 0. Box 551, Tallahassee.
Cost for registering or re-regis-
tering pleasure boats will be as
follows: less than 16 feet long,
$1.75; 16 feet up to 25 feet, $2.75;
26 feet up to 39 feet, $5.25; 40 feet
and over $1,0.25.
All registrations are -good for
two years.
Pleasure boat owners will receive
a certificate and decal. The certifi-
t tp. iq pnrip -nfn h


Lions Given Program

On Children's Home

The Port St. Joe Lions 'Club held
their regular dinner meeting Tues-
day. Guest 'of the club was Mar-
ion Parker, a member of the Gulf
County .Chapter of 'the Marcus C.
Fagg foundation. Mr. Parker in-
troduced to the club, Bill Penrose
of the Florida Children's Home So-
ciety.
Penrose told the 'Club of the
functions and purposes of 'the So-
ciety and of plans of the fund ap-
peal that is being planned by the
Fagg Foundation. Penrose stated
the reason for the fund drive was
to create 'a trust fund that would
supplement the annual operating ex-
penses of the Society.
Th. z.hiI,^~v^nt^ TTnm. tq *- n--


The decrease in revenue by funds '. ." au * is as follows: board and th decal affixed on the rates on donations and bequeaths
Mosquito funds, $1.030.00. right or starboard side of the boat, said Penrose, but these are usu-
Race Track Funds, $3,500.00 either before or after the FL num- ally not enough to operate on.
Cash carryover, $11,055.00. her. Penrose went on to say that the
Contingencies, $1,898.00. The :number issued to a boat purpose of the Society is to place
Other, $59.00. owner is permanent and must be unwanted and orphaned children
This totals a shortage of income 'attached to :both sides of the front in 'homes for adoption and that the
over last year of $17,542.00. of the boat in block characters of Society is a charitable organization
On the debit side, the County contrasting color at least three and receives no funds from the Fed-
Tax Assessor has hiked the valua- inches high, Pridgeon 'announced. eral or .State Governments.
.ion of taxable property by 1.75 a
million dollars over last year which Special Program Series Planned On CD
will increase the value of a mill in
Gulf County from $13,185.40 to H. F. Ayers, Director of the Gulf for adults in Port St. Joe, using the
$14,537.00. County Adult Education program TV program as a visual aid. He
The budget to be heard at to- has announced that a series of 12 will have trained personnel on
morrow night's meeting is tenta- programs on Civil Defense will be hand to supplement the programs.
tive with the operating budget to shown over WJDM-TV Channel 7 Ayers plans to have the class .meet
be definitely -determined following beginning Monday night. The pro- during the televising of the special
the hearing at a future meeting, grams will be shown on Mondays series of programs. Those interest-
Any person opposing or approv- .and Fridays at 7:30 p.m., Port St. ed in attending such a class should
ing the proposed budget and tax Joe time. The series will begin on contact Mr. Ayers by telephone ei-
rate are urged to attend tomor- Monday, August 7. ther at his 'home or at his office to
row night's meeting. Ayers is planning a CD course enroll for the classes.


In City Police Patrol Car





Radio-Telephone Is





Being Installed Now


Hospital To Be

Dedicated

On August 20

The 'City Commission was noti-
fled Tuesday night at their regular
meeting by the St. Joseph Tele-
phone and Telegraph Company that
equipment for the City's radio-tele-
phone system had arrived and was
now in the process to being Install-
ed. The equipment was ordered
about a year ago for installation of
radio-telephone service in the Po-
'lice Department patrol car.
Since the original order was
-placed by the St. Joseph Telephone
and Telegraph Company, newer and
better equipment has been put on
the market and the company then
changed its order for the newer
equipment. This has caused most
of the year's delay for installing
the radio-telephone. Part of the de-
lay was due to having to obtain a
permit from the Federal' Communi-
cations Commission to operate the
radio system.
The new telephone will enable
those wishing to call the police de-
partment to dial, and talk directly
to the police partol car just like
dialing an ordinary telephone.
In checking with Howard Mc-
Kinnon, telephone company super
intendent, Wednesday, it w as
learned that 'the co npany is trying
to get the new ,facilpTy into opera-
tion by the end of this week. Mc-
Kinnon said that initiation of the
service will depend .on a represen-
tative of the company furnishing
the equipment, 'arriving in Port St.
Joe this week and getting the ap-
paratus into operation. McKinnoa
said the phone company would try
to give the radio telephone in the
police patrol car the same tele-
phone number as that now in the
directory for the police department.
It is now uncertain as to what the
number will be.
DEDICATION OF HOSPITAL
Mayor pro-tem I. C. Nedley an-
nounced to the City Commission
Tuesday night that the dedication
and open house for the new enlarg-
ed Municipal Hospital has been
definitely set now for Sunday, Au-
gust 20 beginning -at 2:30 rpm.
Nedley said that work on the
hospital enlargement was virtually
finished 'and new equipment for the
hospital was arriving daily.
Work on the hospital job was be-
gun a year ago and is costing in
the neighborhood of $450,000.00.
Part of the money is a direct grant
from the Federal -government from
Hill-Burton Funds. The City float-
ed a bond issue to pay their por-
tion of the cost-approximately
half of the expansion cost.
The new construction more than
doubles the size of the hospital in
size 'and services and increases its
bed capacity from 23 to 50 beds.
The new hospital is completely


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the crowding of resdiential areas
by .this practice and the Commis-
sion decided to continue with this
precedent.
A street light was requested for
the East end of 10th Street near
the Florida Power Power Corpor-
ation property by residents living
on the street. The light was grant-
ed by the board.

Meeting Called To

Form Bowling League

There will :be a meeting held to
organize a !bowling association to
reprseent Port ,St. Joe and sur-
rounding area.
All interested .persons are re-
quested to attend the meeting so
officers may be elected and plans
drawn ijJaor the coming season'.
The meeting wlJl be held in the
City Restaurant on August 21 at
7:00 p.m.


ning of each tax year so that pro-
perty owners may have the oppor-
itunity of seeking corrections of
the valuation of their property on
the city tax rolls.
The meeting will be held on the
regular meeting date of the city
commission. The equalization board
is scheduled to remain in session
for one hour.

Governor Appoints

Two To Port Post

Governor Farris Bryaht made
two Gulf County appointments
last week when he appointed R.
H. (Bob) Elizey and Robert Fox
to the Gulf County 'Port Author-
ity.
The purpose of this Authority
is to regulate and promote port
activities 'In "Port :St. Joe" and
Gulf County.

Send The STAR To A Friend


ROTARY DISTRICT GOVERNOR Frank M. Hancock (right) greets
Jimmy McNeill, Governor's Special Representative, a member of
the local Rotary Club on his official visit here last Thursday. Mc-
Neill, past president of the Port St. Joe was chosen by Hancock to
serve as his special representative in this area for the coming
year. (Star photo)
*r *r *


Rotary District Governor Frank
M. Hancock fo Palatka paid his
official visit of the Rotary year to
the Port St. Joe Club Thursday in
the Motel St. Joe banquet room.
Governor Frank was -greeted by a
100 percent attendance of the club.
A report session was held with
the District Governor last Wednes-
day night, at which time each com-
mittee chairman outlined his com-
mittee's planned activities for the
coming year.
In speaking to the Club Thurs-
day, Governor Frank outlined the
theme of the year of Rotary In-
ternational, "International Service
-Development fo Leadership".
The theme was developed due to
the present age of speed, which, in
the words of the District Governor


"makes the entire population of community who needs help, and
the world neighbors". The speaker our world problems will 'begin to
outlined the task ahead of some solve themselves".
half million Rotarians living and 3. Be at home in a club town.
.teaching good will throughout the'Every Rotarian is a member of
world during the new year. every club in the world. He should
The District Governor outlined exercise this privilege of getting
three avenues of awareness of ev- to know his fellow Rotarians.
ery club member in promoting the, Rotary's founder Paul Harris
good fellowship that the world once said, "Rotary is going to the
needs. hills". The District Governor ex-
1. Creation of an awareness of pounded on this statement .to say
every club member that Rotary is that the movement is climbing o
international. A Rotary Club is greater things in service an fellow-
meeting every minute of the 24; ship and challenged every member
hour day somewhere in the world. to keep this ideal in mind.
Each of these clubs has as its goal "The world is demanding for a
the one theme of fellowship. fair leadership for all mankind",
2. Personal attention -to the the speaker said, "and Rotary can
needs of others on an individual be a great force in fostering this
basis. "Help the person in your fair play for mankind."


NUMBER 45


District Governor Pays Visit



To Port St. Joe Rotary Club


air conditioned with many features
found in only the larger hospitals. S e i
QTHER BUSINESS
Other business to come before O Ta Valuation
the Board Tuesday was deciding On Tax Valuation
on a request of Mrs. W. R. Sculley
to move a small house on the rear The Port St. Joe City Commis-
of her property on Eighth -Street sion has set Tuesday, August 15
for rental purposes. The Commis-
sion declined, the request on the at 7:00 p.m. as the date and time
basis of a city ordinance which for sitting as a tax equalization
gives the Commission powers to board. This meeting is in prepara-
refuse to allow two dwelling hou- tion to drawing up the city budget
ses on the same lot within the city for the new year beginning October
limits. In the ,past the Commission 1.
has used the ordinance to prohibit The meeting is held at the begin-










THE STAA, lo~ t. Jo*, Pla.
THURSDAY; AUGUST 3, 1961

and a brow veil of pink tulle at-
Stached to a (pink satin bow and
sprigs of lilies of the valley.
The bridesmaids, Miss Ann Be-
lin, cousin of the bride, and Miss
Ray Lapeyrouse, both of Port 'St.
Joe, wore lavender gowns and
headpieces identical to that of the
honor attendant. Their cascades
were of lavender pompom chrys-
anthemums accented with lavender
net and ribbon.
The flower girl, little Miss Pam-
ela Parker, neice of the groom, was
dressed in a floor length gown of
white silk organza over taffeta,
featuring a fitted bodice and tier-
ed skirt edged in lace. She wore a
white tulle veil attached to a sheer-
ed silk organza headband. She car-
iried a white lace and organza ibas-
ket ornamented with white satin
rosettes and streamers.
The ring bearer was Master Will
Ramsey, Jr., nephew of the groom.
Gene Raffield of Port St. Joe
served as best man for the groom.
Usher-groomsmen were Jimmy Wil-
der, brother -of the groom, Robert
Nedley, Will Ramsey and Bill
Fleming, all of Port St. Joe.
The mother of the bride chose


MRS. BYRON WALTER WILDER, JR.
(Photo by Lynart Studio)

Miss Diana Louise McKnight Becomes

The Bride of Byron Walter Wilder, Jr.

The Long Avenue Baptist Church "Whither Thou Goest" by Singer.
of Port St. Joe was the -scene Sat- At the conclusion of the ceremony
urday, July 29, at 5:00 o'clock of she rendered "The Lorl's Prayer"
the inspiring double ring ceremony by Malotte. .
that united Miss Diana Louise Mc- The 'bride, who was given in
Kn'ght and Byron Walter Wilder, marriage -by her father, was lovely
Jr., in the bonds of holy matri- in a gown of Alencon lace and tulle
mnony. over bridal satin. The fitted lace
The bride is the daughter of Mr. bodice featured a `portrait neckline
and Mrs. Charles Harry McKnight enhanced Iby tulle, with long
of Port St. Joe. The bridegroom is sleeves ending in calla points over
the son of 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Byron the wrists and fastened with lace
Walter Wilder, ;Sr., of Port St. Joe. 'buttons. The bouffant skirt fash-
The candlelight ceremony was ioned lace appliques extending from
performed [by The Reverend J. C. the waist in lily points and termin-
Odum. ating in a cathedral train. Her fin-
The sanctuary of the church was gertip veil of ;bridal illusion was at-
beautifully adorned with tall stan- tached to 'a seed pearl tiara. She
dards of gladioli, tuberoses, pom- carried 'a cascade of tuberoses, li-
,poms and chrysanthemums on ei- lies of the valley, pearl hearts and
their side of the Prie Dieu against satin leaves with streamers of
a background of magnolia foliage. white satin ribbon caught with
Two nine-branch tree shaped can- tuberoses in lovers knots, centered
I- -ian 'l. lla 5w pu jivtA w t dhitA


delaibra, delicately entwined with
ivy, holding flickering white tap-
ers completed this arrangement.
Two large, many looped, white sa-
tin rosettes with white satin
streamers marked the family pews.
Mrs. Martin L. Britt of Port St.
Joe, organist, played a soft med-
ley of pre-nuptial music, using the
traditional wedding marches from
Lohengrin and Mendelssohn as
Processional and Recessional. Mrs.


with. a large purpei-turoatect w ite
orchid on a 'white satin-covered Bi-
ble.
Attending the Ibride as her Maid
of Honor was Miss Ann Miller of
Port St. Joe. The honor attendant
wore a street length gown of pink
silk organza over taffeta. The gown
had a fitted bodice with full skirt
and featured a slightly rounded
neckline and barrel .sleeves. She
carried a cascade of lavender as-


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--od


for her daughter's wedding a street --. --- --
lengthdressofbeigembroider Asbell-Koller Wedding Announced
linen. Her complements were also bell
of beige. Her corsage was a laven-
-der orchid. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Aslbelle, Sr., of Port St. Joe High School and
The bride's maternal grandmo- of this city announce the mar- is presently employed with
other wore a street length dress of riage of their daughter Dorothy Frank and Dot's Insurance Agen-
.pale. blue with white accessories. Ann to Clark E. (Jake) Koller, cy. Mr. Koller is a 1955 graduate
Her corsage was of white carna- son of Mrs. Ruth Koller of Hia- of Miami Jackson High School
tons. 'and is employed with Vitro Ser-
leah. The marriage was an event vices.
The bridegroom's 'mother chose of July 17 at Wewahitchka. The couple is residing at 1619-A
a dress of dusty-rose lace. Her Mrs. Koller is a 1960 graduate Monument Avenue.
complements were of beige and she
carried -a lace handkerchief. Her
corsage was a white orchid.
Immediately following the wed-
ding, the bride's parents entertain-
ed at the wedding reception in the
social room of the church. A white
metal lace arch entwined with


Southern smilax holding two white
wedding bells, formed the back-
ground for the bride's table, which
was covered with a cloth of im-
ported white Swiss embroidered or-
gandy over blush pink linen. The
-beautifully embossed three tiered
wedding cake, decorated in white
icing rosebuds and topped with the
traditional bride and .groom, set in
ruffles of lace interspersed with
greenery, was flanked by three-
branched silver candelabra adorn-
ed with lavender pompoms and
holding burning lavender tapers.
Tall silver compotes holding white
mints and nuts completed the dec-
orations. After'the traditional cut-
ting of the cake by the bride and
groom, Mrs. Will Ramsey, sister of
the groom, completed the cutting
and serving, assisted by Mrs. Bill
Fleming, also a sister of the groom.
The punch table was covered in
a sheer white organdy cloth over
blush .pink linen. The crystal punch
bowl was set in a bed of fern and
flowers, and was adorned by a
five-branch silver candelabra hold-
ing burning lavender tapers. Mrs.


Donald E. Laird of Port St. Joe ters with accents of lavender net Tom Parker, Jr., sister of the
sang 'Because" by D'Hardelot and and ribbon. She wore white gloves groom, presided at the punch bow),


Engagement Announced


Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mans-
field Poe, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Sherry, to Miles Ken-
neth Hurlbut, Jr., of Port St.
Joe.
The wedding will be Septem-
ber 8 at 7:00 p.m. at the Forest
Lake Baptist Church in Tusca-
loosa.
Miss Poe is a junior student
at the University of Alabama.
Her fiance, the son of Mr. and
'Mrs. Miles K. Hurlbut of Port
St. Joe is a graduate of Port St.
Joe High School. He is currently
a Senior in pre-med at the Uni-


versity of Alabama.
Both are descendants of pio-
neer Southern families. Miss Poe
is the granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Newton Poe, of Fayette,
Ala., and Mrs. Braz Moore and
the late Mr. Moore of Berry, Ala.
Mr. Hurlbut is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Mouchette of
Berry, Ala., and the late Dr. and'
Mrs. C. J. Hurlbut of Lake Wales.
No invitations are being sent
in Port St. Joe, but all friends of
the couple axe invitel to attend,
the wedding and the reception
immediately -following in 'the
church parlor.


Miss Betty Lou Rosalia United In

Marriage to Lynn H. Griner In East Point

The marriage of Miss Betty Lou and flanked [by crystal candelabra
Rosalis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. holding lighted 'white tapers.
Charles Rosalis of East Point and The serving table was centered
Lynn H. Griner, son of Mr.. E. E. with a low crystal bowl of yellow
Weeks, of Port St. Joe was solemn- and white gladioli with crystal can-
ized July 23/at 4:00 'o'clock in the delabra holding lighter pastel tap-
afternoon at the Methodist Church ers and nosegays of lilies of the
in East Point. The Rev. John Brack- valley and fern. Presiding at the
man, Pastor of -the First Methodist -punch table were Mrs. Alfred Bu-
Church of Apalachicola officiated chanan and Mrs. Louis Roux.
at the Idoubleh ri>n 7 ceremonv in the


presence of friends and relatives.


Engagement Announced


assisted by Mrs. Walter Johnsoa
I of West Palm Beach, cousin of the
bride.

The registration table was cov-
ered with a full-gathered, floor
length cloth of sheer white organdy
over blush pink linen and held the
bride's [book and a lavender taper
in a silver candlestick. Mrs. 'Robert
McKnight, sister-in-law of the
bride, presided over the bride's
book.

Floor hostesses were Mrs. W. L.
Smith, Mrs. Leonard Belin, 'Miss
Alma Baggett, Mrs. Durel Brigman
and Mrs. A. P. Martin.

The bride chose a suit of navy
'blue shantung, with navy comple-
Iments, for her traveling costume.
Her corsage was' the white orchid
carried during the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilder left tor a
wedding trip through Georgia and
Tennessee. They will reside in
Sneads, Florida, where Mr. Wilder
will resume 'his duties. as Physical
Education Director at Sneads High
School.
The former Miss McKnight at-


Mrs. Edwin P. Lapeyrouse an-
nounces the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of her daugh-
,ter, Marylyn Ray, to George D.
Kemp, Jr., the son of Mrs. George
D. Kemp, also of Port St. Joe,
and the late George D. Kemp.
The bride-to-be is the daughter
of the late Edwin P. Lapeyrouse.

The double ring ceremony will
.be performed August 12 in the
presence of the immediate fam-
ilies, at the Long Avenue Baptist
Church with the Rev. J. C. Odum
,officiating.
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Luncheon Honors

Bride-Elect

Miss Ann Miller entertainel with
a luncheon in her home .Saturday,
July 22, honoring Miss Diana Mc-
Knight, whose marriage to Walter
Wilder was an event of July 29.
The home was decorated through-
out with bouquets of mums, glad-
iolus and valley lilies.
The -bride-elect presented each


The church was decorated with
white baskets of yellow and white
gladioli interspersed with -greenery
against a background 'of magnolia
foliage. The -family pews were
marked with white satin bows.
A program of nuptial music was
given by Mrs. Charles 0. Brass of
Apalachicola.

Charles Thompson served as best
man for the groom and Wade Bar-
ber was usher.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride had as her maid of hon-
or her sister Miss Shirley Rosalis,
and serving as bridesmaid was Miss
Frances Langley.
The maid of honor was gowned
in a dress of blue summer cotton
with inserts of white lace on the
bodice, her hat was of matching
lace, and she carried a nosegay of
blue bachelor buttons and white
chrysanthemums circle with white
net.
The bridesmadi's dress was of
gold summer cotton, with matching
accessories. Her nosegay was of
yellow and white chrysanthemums.
The bride wore a gown of white
lace and tulle over white taffeta
featuring a lace bodice with sweet-
heart neckline. The bouffant skirt
was of tulle and lace with white
satin 'bow across the back. The long
sleeves came to points at the wrist.
Her fingertip veil of sheer illusion
fell from -a capulet fo white satin.
She wore matching satin slippers
and carried a cascade bouquet of
white chrysanthemums. Miss Ro-
salis designed and made her wed-
ding dress.


After the wedding cake was cut
in the traditional manner by Mr.
and Mrs. Griner, it was served the
guests by Mrs. Charles Thompson
and 'Mrs. F. H. 'Splenger.
The bride's book was kept by
Miss Erline Hall.
The bride, one of the popular
members of the younger set, grad-
uated .from Carrabelle High School
with the 1961 class as Valedictorima
of her class. The bridegroom at-
tended Chapman High School in
Apalachicola and is employed by
the Shell Trucking Compnay of
Panacea.
After the wedding trip the cou-
ple will make their home in Apa-
lachicola.

NEWS FROM

Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER

Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters had
as thier guests, 'Mrs. 'Peters' sis-
ters and brother, Mrs. Mary Ha-
gons of Lakeland, Mrs. Melissa
Fant of Winter Haven and Mrs.
Elbert Hall for several days this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell and
daughter Tricia of Panama City vis-
ited Mrs. Mae Creamer Sunday.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Davild Cpley of
Panama City visited ]riday with
the Sidney Gordon family.
W. C. Miles spent Thursday and
Friday at the Assembly of God
Camp Ground near Marianna. He
was a delegate from the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Ricky Lamar Gomillion, son of


tended Jones Business College in of her bridesmaids with a lovely The bride's mother chose a dress Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson was


Jacksonville. necklace as a gift. of marigold crepe. Her accessories
'Mr. Wilder was graduated from Corsages were given to Miss were white and her corsage of yel-
the University of the South, Se- McKnight, Mrs. McKnight, mother low chrysanthemums.
wanee, Tennessee, where he was of the bride,elect and to Mrs. Wil- Mrs. Weeks, mother of the bride-
a member of Alpha Tau Omega der, mother of the groom, groom wore a dress of blue silk,
Social Fraternity, Blue Key Hon- Lunch was served to the follow- featuring a pleated skirt. Her cor-
orary Fraternity, Captain of the ing: Diana McKnight, Mrs. Harry sage was of white chrysanthemums.
1960 football team, member of the McKnight, Ray Lapeyrouse, Ann Following the ceremony, the
Honor Council, and selected to Belin, Mrs. Leonard' Belil, Mrs. bride's -parents entertained with a
Who's Who in American Colleges Wilder, Betty Ward; Judy Fensom, reception at the Community Cen-
and Universities for 1960. Christa Duren, Coral Lee Arm- ter in East Point. The Center was
Out of town guests were: Mr. and strong, Barbara Eells, Mrs. Bobby decorated in yellow and white glad-
Mrs. Robert McKnight, Daytona McKnight, Mrs. Gene Raffield, ioli against a backgruond of polish-
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Walter John- Mrs. Donald Laird, Mrs. Tom Par- ed magnolia foliage, clusters of
son, Rarrell Johnson, Nancy dohn- ker, Jr., Mrs. Will Ramsey, Mrs. white wedding bells hung from the
son and Joey Johnson, West Palm Bill Flemming, Ann Miller and ceiling.'
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Stokes, Mrs. J. Lamar Miller. The bride's table overlaid with a
Sneads; Joseph J. Gee, III, Carroll- The honoree received a -beauti- white lace cloth was centered with
ton, Mississippi and Ernest M. ful silver bread tray as a gift the three-tiered wedding cake top-
Cheek, Jamestown, Tennessee. I from the hostess. ped with miniature bride and groom


honored on his fifth birthday with


a party Monday, July 31 from 3:00
to 4:00 p.m. at his home on Sev-
enth Street. Games were played
during the party hours and refresh-
ments of cake and punch were ser-
ved to those who helped Ricky cel-
ebrate. Those who attended were:
Jimmy, Terry, Imogene and Ginda
Sue Floyd, Ricky, Sarah Jaen, Bet-.
ty Sue Armstrong, Billy Givens,
Ann and Eddie Peak, Sherry, Mi-
chael and Junior Miller, Donnie
and Harold Tullis, Debbie and
Freddie Branch, Harry, Larry and
Gall Lewis, James Smith, Danny
Peak, Terry and Ronnie Wilson.
Rickey received many lovely ,gifts
and a good time was enjoyed by


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Pairs Seasonable Close-Outs for Ladies and
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Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.ai
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ... 6:45 p.m.
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You Ame 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.
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Garrison at 20th
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"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
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Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
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REPRESENTATIVE
In Port St. Joe


County Commission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
JULY 25, 1961
The Board of County Commiis-
sioners of Gilf County, Florida met
this date In regular session with
the following members present: E.
C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Leo Ken-
nedy, James H. Greer, Nexa S.
Croxton and A. J. Strickland. The
Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road Su-
perintendent and Civil Defense Di-
rector were also present.
The meeting came to order at
6:30 p.m., after which, the chair-
man offered invocation.
Harland 0. Pridgeon, Tax Col-
lector, presented the following
statement with reference to the
1960 tax roll 'and requested the
County to release him from said
tax roll, to-wit:
1960 Tax Roll Statement
I was charged on the 1960
Tax Roll .$470,881.78
Tax Assesso rhas added to
roll $208.50
Penalties added .-....-.-.. $239.04
Under charged on roll $525.91
Grand Total --- $471,855.23
I have remitted the following
amounts to -the different Depart-
ments of State and County Govern-
ments.
School Board $283,019.58
County Commissioners
$150,095.80
Dead Da-kes Water Manage-
Sment District ------.. -- $6,359.99
Gulf County Health Unit
$12,719.97
St. Joe Fire Control Unit
$1,176.22
SSub total' $453.371.56
Discounts earned $17,634.38
E & I List $849.29
Granl total -.---- $471,855.23
After consideration, the Board
unanimously voted to release the
Tax Collector fro mtre 1960 tax
roll, subject to the correctness of
his report.
The Mosquito Control Director
advised the Board that he is in
need fo a Leco Fogging Machine
in order to carry out his fogging
program as now set up in his bud-

get and stated ,that the machine
would be paid for out of state funds
that he is no holding; that the
machine cost approximately $1,800;
therefore it would have to be ad-
vertised. After consideration, there
was a motion by Comm. Greer, sec-
onded by Comm. Kennedy and duly
carried, that the County advertise
for one Leco Fogging Machine, bids
to o received at 9:00 a.m. August
8, 1961.
The Board ordered the following
County warrants cancelled, to-wit:
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
No. 993, Richard Davis .-...... 5.10
Genreal Fund
No. 10755, Ola Denton 10.00
No. 10770, John H. Parker -- 15.00
No. 10773, Maire Hobbs.... 15.00
No. 11744, Eloise Harper .... 15
No. 11745, Mrs. Goleman Tharpe .45
No. 11824, Annie Amen 12.00
No. 12085, Bessie Lee 15.00
No. 12641, Bessie Lee ....-------..... 15.00
Total .. .... -.. .. 82.6(0
On motion of Comm. St'ickland,
seconded by Comm. Croxton and
duly carried, the Clerk was direct-
ed to pay Lee Perry $15.00 per
month beginning this date, from
* 'the indigent funds.
* On motion of Comm. Greer, sce-
onded by Comm. Kennedy and duly
carried, the Clerk was directed to
pay Mrs. Myrtle Odom $15.00 from
indigent funds for the support of
the four minor children of Vivian
Hudgins.
W. L. Kirkland, Lamar Jones, W.
C. Summers and A. Z. Stokes ap-
peared before the Board and en-
tered their protest to the Board re-
questing th eGame and Fresh Wa-
ter Fish Commission to close tee
Dead Lakes to fishing during May
and June fo eacr year. After much
discussion, there was a motion by
Comm. Strickland, seconded by
Cmom. Kennedy and unanimously
carried, that this Board take no ac-
tion on the request because of the
previous action requesting that the
Lakes be closed.
The Board did then enter into
discussion with reference to the
g budget for the year .beginning Oc-
tober 1, 1961. There was *a motion.
by Comm. Greer, seconded by
Comm. Croxton, that the County
will not include any funds for a
Home Demonstration program. Up-
on vote: Aye: Greer, Croxton and
Harden. Nay, Strickland.
(See Legal ad in paper for bud-
get).
There being no further business,
the meeting did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman
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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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&ULP COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Th. fili4t4 ?i' th r Iidlda
meetings were read ani approved
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WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA tion of T. 0. Earnest .bus driver on
J(JLY 11, 1961 the Mexico Beach route.
The Board of Public Instruction, Moved by Whitfield seconded tby
Gulf County, met on the above date Boyer to employ J. H. McArdle as
in regular session with the follow- bus driver to replace T. C. Earnest
ing members present and acting: for the Mexico Beach route for the
Otis Pyle, Chairman, Carteri Ward, 1961-62 school year. All votde yes.
J. K. Whitfield, William RRoatner
and C. E. Boyer. 'I Moved 'by Whitfield seconded by
The Superintendent was present Boyer to award the contract for
and acting. '- school furniture to the American
The Financial Statement for the Seating Company. Although the
'month of June was examined and American Seating Company's .bid
approved. was the highest, the Board decided
The Health Departments annual after examining the samples that
report was examined and ordered this Omopany's furniture was the



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MOved by Roemer seconded by county; and
Boyer to raise instructional salary WHERiEAS, The Board of Public
schedules $200.00. All voted yes. Instruction of Gulf County, Florida,
The Board entered into the is of the opinion that it i8 in the
school lunch school milk agreement best interest of the County School
with the State Department of *Edu- System to rescind .any career in-
eation. cement program and not partici-
pate in such a program; Now, there-
Moved by Ward seconded by .fore,
Roemer to adopt the following re- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
solution. All voted yes. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUC.
WHEREAS, House Bill 2742, TION OF GULF COUNTY, Florida,
Chapter No. 61-263. Laws of Florida, That pursuant to Chapter No. 61-
1961, .provides among other things 263, Laws of Florida, 1961, said
that the career incrmeent program Board does hereby rescind and dis-
established in 1957 shall be optional continue -any .plan under the career
with a County in lieu of 'being man- increment program established in
datory and specifically provides 1957, in Gulf County, Florida.
THIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED
at a regular session of the Board of
Public Instruction held at the Coun-
ty Court House at Wewahitchka,
Florida, on the 11th day of July, A.
D., 1961.
A K E The Board granted Mrs. James
Traweek maternity leave for the
N HIGHWAY 71) 1961-62 school year and would re-
employ her for the 1962-63 school
year provided there is an opening.
..- .- .- Howard Blick was granted ipro-
fessional leave from August 14
rURDAY, AUG. 5 -- through August 18.
There 'being no further business
LB. the Board adjourned to meet again
LB In Regular Session on August 8,
'I -1961.


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Mexico Beach
By Mrs. Betty Mlsaler
Phone 648-8208
Miss Sue Parker has gone to
Twirling Camp at Florida .State
University at Tallahassee for a
two-week period. Miss Parker is a
miajorete in the Port St. Joe Sen-
ior High Band.
4 4 4
,Mr. 'and Mrs. Earl Spicer and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powell of
Clarksville, Tenn., were house
guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Hewett. Mr. and Mrs. Spicer
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL. 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $12750
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for =ach
advertisement.
The spoken word ir given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
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The spoken word is lost; the printed word .'emains.


Incoming president .S(nd)ra ex-


of Mrs. Missler. This is the. Rob- pressed her appreciation to the
erts' first visit to Mexico Beach Club for electing her to this high
and they were thrilled with the
lovely white sand beaches which
they are enjoying very much.
Rev. and Mrs. John Agria from
Wset Virginia are visiting for two


Thomas A. Owens Otis Pyle .. ..
Thomas A. Owen Oti Pyle weeks with Mr. and Mrs. James
Supt. Chairman Chewning. Rev. Agria is a 'brother
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS of Mrs. Ohewning.
In accordance with Section 129.03, Flor- 4, 4 6
ida Statutes, 1957, NOTICE is hereby given
that the Board of County Commissioners of 16 LB. KING WINS
Gulf County Florida, have prepared a tern-
p)rary budget for the several county funds WEEKLY FISHING PRIZE
for the fiscal year beginning October 1,
1961, and that said Board will be in session A 16 `pound, eight ounce King
on Friday, August 4, 1961, at 6:00 o'clock Mackerel took the weekly fishing
p.m. (CST) for the purpose of hearing com-
plaints from any person or persons, firms, contest prize at 'Mexico Beach this
or corporations that are dissatisfied with week. The catch was boated ,by
said budget, to-wit: week. The catch was boated by
TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR THE BOARD W. W. Harrell of Sparks, Ga. The
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, for the year ending best surf catch registered was a
GENERAL FUND 962 four pound drug landed by W. L.
Estimate of Receipts:
100 U. S. Flood Control Funds $ 9.00 G'song, Jr., of Gainesville, Fla.
114' Railroad & Telegraph License 169.00 4t
115 Racetrack Funds ........ 26,500.00
116 Insurance agents license 109.00
121 Misquito Funds-State 1: Th a h
cash .................. 11,685.00 T e o u
122 Mosquito Funds-State 2:
cash ................... 11,685 o00 __ "
130 Taxes (7.6 mills) ........ 109,730.00 A.t!ta
137 Occupational license .... 1,000.00 I st l ic s
188 Beverage license ......... 2,500.00
174 Port St. Joe Mosquito
Funds Donation ........ 5,000.00
174 Wewahitchka Mosquito The American Legion Hall' was
Fund Donation.............1,500.00 the beautiful scene on ly 24 of te
TOTAL ESTIMATED the beautiful se on uly 24 of the
RECEIPTS .............$169,887.00 installation of officers for Melody
Less 5% ...................8,494.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .. 161,393.00 Theta Rho Club No. 10. The hall
Balance forward: Cash ........41,890.00
TOTAL Estimated Receipts was 'beautifully decorated in pink
and Balance .......... 202,783.00 and green. Outgoing president Ka-
GENERAL FUND
Estimated Expenses: trina Farris expressed her apprec-
211 County Comm. Salary,
Expenses, etc. ..........$ 13,500.00 tition .for the cooperation the club
212 Clerk Circuit Court and d given her to make her term 'a
Deputies' Salaries ...... 8,500.00 had given her to make her term a
216 Supervisor of Registration success.
Salary ............... 2,700.00
219 Administrative Salaries ... 2,700.00
221 General Court Costs ...... 500.00 The following officers were in
224 Tax Assessor's Comm .... 10,000.00 stalled: President, Sandra Baxley;
225 Tax Collector's Com. .... 10,000.00
227 Inquest ............... s00.00 Vice-Presildent, Mary C arol'yn
230 Travel expenses,_ per
diem, etc .............. 2,502 00 Lyons; Treasurer, Marjorie Wool-
241 Court house maint. ford; Chaplain, Diane Bishop; Mar
and operation............ 9,730.00 fO ; Chaplain, D ne Bishop; Mar
261 Elections & registrations 3,665.00 shall, Lorraine White; Left Support
262 Leval adv. and exp.,".......1,00.0
269 Administrative supplies, co 00 t President, Judy Sims; Paat Pres.
ommissioners......... 6,upplies, 00.00 ident, Katrina Farris; Third 'Herald
270 Administrative supplies,
others ................ 3,895.00 Judy Williams and Fourth Herald,
275 Juvenile court salary and
expenses ............... 1,200.00 Judy Carter.,
311 Salary for license clerk for 1,200.00 Installig officers, Diane Bishop
county Judge ........... 1,200;00
11 Circuit Judge and secretary atld her staff performed a very
Salary ............... ,114 00o beautiful installation. The staff
542 T. B. Hospitals .........1,800.00
561 Mother's Pension ....... 500.00 was asftollows: Marshall, Katrina
562' Insanity cases ........... 300.00
563 Welfare ............... 6,000.00 Farris; Chaplain, Flarazelle Con-
671 County service officer .. 2,087.00 nell and Musician, Lis Daniell.
672 Civil defense ............ 5,040.00 e and Musicia Lois Daniell.
675 Mosquito control, county Pat McCormick, president of the
funds ................. 27,000.00
675 Mosquito control, state Theta Rho Assembly of Florida
fun.ds............ ..... .23,370. ,00n.
681 Agriculture program ...... 5,3:00.00 sered as temporary Marshall.
682 State forest service ..... 10,971 00
685 Publicity ............. 1,000.00
811 Furniture & fixtures .... 3,400.00 411 Supervisor's salary ...... 5,500.00
916 Race track funds to Board 415 Free labor ............ 63,014.00
of Public Instruction .... 2,000.00 421 Maint. Opn. garage ...... 750.00
917 Race track funds to 422 Maint. of equipment .... 15,000.00
municipalities .......... 10,264.00 423 Gas and oils ........... 10,000.00
TOTAL Appropriations ...... 182,555.00 424 Supplies ............... 5,000.00
Reserve for contingencies .... 8,905.00 431 Road, bridge and culverts 25,000 00
Reserve for e.sh balance .... 13.000.00 451 Rights of way ......... 5,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET .......... 202,783.00 453 Insurance .............. 1,200.00
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND 453 Insurance ............. 1,200.00
Estimate of Revenue and Receipts: 834 New equipment ......... 15,000.00
144 Fines and costs ........$ 17,500.00 911 City of Port St. Joe ...... 17,000.00
188 Cash refund from Sheriff .. 9,000.00 TOTAL Appropriations ....... 162,464.00
Total ..................... 26,500.00 Reserve for contingencies .... 8,123.00
130 Taxes (2.8 mills) ...... 40,698 00 Reserve for cash balance ..... 3,000.00
Total estimated .......... 67,198.00 TOTAL BUDGET .......... 173,587.00
Less 5% ............... 3,860.00 ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DIST.
TOTAL ................... 63,838.00 115 Taxes (0 5 mills) ...... 1;684.00
Balance forward .......... 83,219.00 TOTAL Estimated Receipts .. 1,684.00
GRAND TOTAL ............ 83,219.00 Leis 6% .................. .84.00
Estimated Expenses: 95% of Estimate .......... 1,600.00
815 Pros. Atty. salary ...... 4,000.00 TOTAL Estimated Receipts
321 Circuit Court cost ...... 700.00 and Balances .......... 1,600.00
323 County Judge's salary 7,900.00 Estimated Expenses:
327 Conviction fees ......... 200.00 224 Commission of tax assessor 51.00
328 Witness & juror's fees .... 600 00 225 Com. of tax collector .. 51.00
329 Insolvent & miscellaneous 912 Pay over to fire depts. .. 1,498.00
court work .............. 600.00 |TOTAL BUDGET ........... 1,600.00
369 Office supplies ......... 750.00 CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE FUND:
821 Furniture & fixtures ..... 750.00 Estimate of Reoeipts:
Total ................... 15,500.00 181 Retire certificate No. 5 of Health
SHERIFF'S BUDGET: | Center I & S fund issue .. 10,000.00
316 Sheriff's salary ........ 9,000.00. 184 Interest on certificates 750 00
316-A Deputies' and assistants 'TOTAL Estimated Receipts .. 10,750.00
salaries ............... 20,600.00 .Balance forward: Cash ...... 42,620.81
264 Expenses other than salaries 20,400.00 Liquid investments (cost) .... 10,000.00
365 Investigations .......... 250.00 TOTAL Est. receipts & bal .. 70,370.81
824 Equipment ............ 6,000.00 Estimated Expenses:
Total ..................... 56.250.00 Total appropriations ............ NONE
TOTAL Appropriations .... 71,750.00 Reserve for contingencies . 60,370.81
Reserve for contingencies, Liquid investments (cost) .... 10,000.00
County ................ 775.00 TOTAL BUDGET ........... 70,370.81
Reserve for contingencies, HEALTH CENTER INTEREST AND
Sheriff ............... 5,009 00 SINKING FUND:
Reserve for cash bal. fwd ..... 83,219.00 Estimates of Receipts ........... NONE
ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND : Balance forward: Cash. ...... 14,250.00
Estimates of Revenue and Receipts: 762 Pay interest on certificates 750.00
111 Gasoline tax .......... 52,022.00 772 Retire certificate No. 5 .. 10,000.00
112 Special fuel tax ........ 500.00 931 Transfer .......... 3,500.00
113 Auto. trans. tax ........ 465.00 TOTAL BUDGET ............ 14,250.00
115 Race track money ...... 61,000.00 Estimated millage to be assessed:
130 Tax estimated (4.0 mills) 58,148.00 General Fund ................... 7.6
TOTAL Estimated Receipts .. 172,135.00 Fine & Forfeiture Fund ............ 2.8
Less 5% .................. 8,606 00 Road and Bridge Fund ............ 4.0
95% of Estimated Receipts .. 163,529.00 Health Department ............... 1.2
Balance forward: Cash ...... 10,058.00 .Dead Lakes District ............... .5
TOTAL Receipts and balance i TOTAL ..................... 16'1
Estimated ............. 173,587.00 St. Joe Fire Control District ....... .5
ROAD AND BRIDGE BUDGET: Grand Total ...................... 16.6


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* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *


POR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call BAll 7-2U65. Mrs. Paul Far-
mor. tfc-2-16
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only. Call Mrs.
Morgan Jones. 227-7641. tfc-4-6
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Living bedroom, kitchen and
bath, 401 13th St., J. A. Mira, Ph.
648-4128.
FOR RENT: House on Long Ave-
nue facing Elementary School.
Call Mrs. Nora Duren, Phone 7-5471
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house at
St. Joe Beach. Furnished or un-
furnished. Carport, screened porch
and all rooms extra large. Phone
648-4286. tfc-7-31
FOR RENT: 2 or 3 .bedroom fur-
nished houses. See Robert Mont-
gomery, 8th St., St. Joe Beach or at
A & P. tfc-7-27
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom, fur-
aished or unfurnished houses. $50
per month. See Bill Carr at 227-8111
FOR SALE: Three bedroom ma-
sonry home. Hardwood floors,
central heat and ducted for air
conditioning. New window unit al-
ready installed. 813 Marvin Ave.
Minerva McLane. 4tp-7-20
FOR SALE: 16' Cartercraft boat,
60 hp. Mercury electric starter,
2 6-gal. tanks, Gator trailer, 2 salt
water rods and reels. A-1 enodi-
tion. No reasonable offer refused.
Ted Beard, Phone 227-2671. tfc-7-27


FOR SALE: 1961 Great Lakes trail-
er, 40' long, 10' wide. Contact
Charles Strange at Blue Gator
Trailer Park, Mexico Beach. Phone
227-3021. tfc-7-20
FOR SALE: St. Joe Beach. Five
room brick house, two ceramic


FOR SALE
1. 2-bedroom hdus at Mexico
Beach on waterfront. 100i143 lot.
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath.
Priced at only $10.975.00," -
2. Large frame house, over 2,000
ft. of floor space on five acres of
land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,-
600.
3. 3-,bedroom house, 1 bath, car-
port and utility room, on Marvin
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
assume balance of $9,461.56 pay-
able at $70.00 per month.
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for


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located on corner lot. Pay equity 5. Lots to rsale at St. Joe Beach. 'an arri
and take up VA loan. Call C. E. 1 block from water. Reasonable F-or ,
White at 648-4445. tfc-7-20 terms.
6. 1.06 acres at Beacon Hill. Good eral va
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SURPLUS SALES OF ST. JOE, 112 8. New three bedroom homes un- for a s]
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FOR SALE: 45'x8" Richardson nue. $500 down, payments, approxi- plant F
house trailer with automatic mately $80.00 per montk. FRA.
washer. $2,995.00. Call Bill Rich 9. Four lots on Marvin.Ave. $660 dash o
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house. Hardwood floors, wired for C. W. Long, Salesman
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$57.21 monthly payments. FHA fi- FOR sALE: Gaited -,addle horse. To p:
nancing, 25-year mortgage. $300 saddle and cubrid, $250l00. Spirit-
down payment plus FHA closing ed but gentle. J. V. Gander, Apala- cultivate
costs. Write r call collect, Ben chciol, Fya. Phone 653-5111 or all wee
Dickens, 1101 Piedmont Drive, Tal- 653-4591. tfc-7-13 rows in
lahassee, Florida. Phone 385-1015. FOR SALE: Twilight mobile home to form
8x36. Small equity and take up pay- ditional
LOTS FOR SALE: Oak Grove. $25 mnents. Phone 648-4394. Mrs. Jerald In w
down, $25 .per mo. Also .camp sites Garrett, Rt. 3. 4tc-8-3 soil, pr
acreage near Willis Landing, by
th eacre. On paved hlway. Easy FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated
terms. Call 227-5471. 4tc-7-6 home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 700' x Bufor
150' lot, garbage disposal, TV an- wtick e
-- tenna, blinds and drapes included.
Equity reduced to $1500. Call 227- P
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FOR SALE
Two bedroom house on Palm
Boulevard. Only $6,000.
New three bedroom house on Mc-
Clellan. To sell for $10,000.
Three bedroom house on. Garri-
son Avenue with chain link fence.
Buy owner's equity and assume G.
I. loan on balance with payments
of $60,00 per month.
Three bedroom house with den
on Seventh Street located in center
of two nice tree shaded lots. To sell
for $10,000. 3t-8-3
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAII 7-3491
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT of good
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plus SALES. We are offering at
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just about anything you can men-
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Monument Ave. Phone 227-4051. We
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'ing gladiolus in the home
is easy.
s--commonly called bulbs--
I now will produce a 'splash
r in 60 to 90 days. These tall
beauties have eye appeal.
attract attention as a garden
a bouquet in the home or
angement for the church.
a blend of colors, plant sev-
rieties of glads.
with June Bells or White
ship for a snow white dis-
ingle in a few corms of Hop-
Glory or Spotlight variety
plash of yellow. Add Valeria
n Souci for red hues and
Eliza'beth the Queen for a
f lavender.
feminine pink, select a few
of Friendship, Spick and
r Phantom Beauty.
il-us, thrive best in a well-
soil in a sunny location.
prepare a bed -for planting,
-e thoroughly and remove
eds and trash. Mark off theI


trench for planting. On. clay or or-
ganic soils place the corms at
ground level and mound up the
earth at least four inches over the
"bulbs".
Set the corms firmly into the
-soil, four to six inches apart in
rows that are two to three -feet
apart.
When planting is finished, rake
in a commercial fertilizer such as
,a 4-8-8 (NPK) on the sides of the
beds, but not directly over the
corms.
Use about 2% pounds of plant
food per 100 feet of row. Water the
area to dissolve the fertilizer.
By selecting varieties or plant-
ing on alternate weeks, it is pos-
sible to extend flowering over a
considerable period.
While awaiting for the flower
spikes -to show, keep the glads free
of weeds. Skimming the soil with
a small hoe is the best way to de-
feat the pest plants. Also, shallow
cultivation causes less damage to
the gladiolus roots.


the .planting bed-perhaps University of Florida Experiment
Sa design that will add ad- Station horticulturists say that
Beauty at blossoming time. glads on medium soil need another
*ell-drained or very sandy application of fertilizer about five
epare a two or three inch weeks after planting. On very san-
ly soils the glads will grow better
rd Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for if offered at least three applica-
expert service. tfe tions of plant food at two-week in-
AINT CONTRACTING tervals after planting.
JAMES FLOYD NSpread the fertilizer on both sides
7th St. Highland View of the row about six inches from
M.-Regular convocation orf the plants and work into the soil
oseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. surface without harming the root
-and 4th Mondays. All visit system. Water well after fertiliz-
thers welcome, mig to carry the fertilizer into the
H. Dickey, High Priest root zone.
Lovett, Secretary root zone.
To prevent diseases, purchase
ITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. only clean, bright corms. Usually,
-Meets second and fourth
ays, 8:00 p.m. in American small corms, one inch in diameter,
Hall. All members urged to are healthier than larger corms.
Dull, dark husks indicate old corms
Grand: Emmett Daniell which might carry diseases.
tary: J. C. Martin.


WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. Amerioan Legion
Home.
.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
sonr, Phone 7-7501.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first ane
tijird Thursday at 8r00 p.m.


JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
A0 Master Masons cordially invited
S NOTICE
-Notice is hereby given that tne
City Tax Assessment Roll for the
City of Port ,St. Joe, Florida, for
the year 1961, will be submitted to
the Tax Equalizing Board for ap-
iproval on the 15th day of August
A.D., 1961 at the City Hall at 7:00
P.M. All persons desiring to have
corrections made in such roll,.whe-
ther in the listing, valuation of pro-
perty or toherwise, are .requested
to file with the undersigned on or
before the 15th day of August, 1961
their petition setting forth their ob-
jections to such assessment and
the corrections which they desire
to have made.
Witness my hand and the official
seal of the City of Port .St. Joe,
Florida this first day of August,
A.D., 1961.
R. W. HENDERSO'N
City Auditor and Clerk 2t
as Ex-Officio Tax Assessor


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Port St. Joe, Florida


It, a lot of 100 corms, there
are more than two or three shrivel-
ed by rot, it's beht to make your
bulb purchase elsewhere.
If disease spots show up on
leaves of the plants, spray once a
week with zineb or maneb. This
will prevent the healthy plants
from getting infected.
In warm weather keep an eye
out for thrips and chewing in-
sects. And for safety sake apply a
wekely dust of chlordane of diel-
drin to control the varmints. In
making the applications follow the
manufacturers' directions carefully.
When blossoms begin to show
don't be too hasty cutting them for
home use. Allow at least two lower
florets to open fully before cutting
*the spikes.
Gladiolus will last about a week
in the home. For this long lasting
.beauty, keep the vases clean and
free of bacterial slime. Use one-
quarter teaspoon -of Clorox or sim-
ilar bleach in the water to control
the bacteria.
Also, change the water in the
vase every third day and cut off-
an inch or more of the base of the
stems at that time.
For additional information, ask
your county agent for Circular
188, Gladiolus For The Home Gar-
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Tki 6dAf, Part ft. Jo, Pla. iS,'M U"ft silti iOf 8 ie rimfle and op. "^--1'. ^ -
THURSDAY, AUGUST $, 1961 'iwanIS nHe dorting the station for the entire
I broadcast day. l
C. D. Prograni Guest of the club was Jim Powell
*I of Port St. Joe.
Civil Defense was the subject of
a program brought ;by Bob Sidwell Hospital Auxiliary To ,
S 2- Tuesday to the Port St. Joe Kiwan- M
is Club at their regular noon. meet- Furnish New Chapel Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Edward
1^^ 9 V. ---...... Johnson announce the ,birth of a
Furnishing the chapel in the new' daughter, Tina Marie on July 29. I
Sidwell's talk emphasized a re- hospital is one of the projects *
cent decision and statement by which the Hospital Auxiliary plans Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph t
Presdient Kennedy which came af- Jo do with the proceeds from the Blaschum announce the birth of a
ter an investigation and scrutiny. Thrift Shop. During the past two baby girl, Teresa Lynn on July 26.
of the nation's Civil Defense needs. summer months donations to the <> 0
The President urged a stronger shop have been very small. Please Mr. and Mrs. John- Edward Lewis
'effort on a local level to prepare look through your summer apparel announce the birth of a son, Hal i
There is no cut-rate for civilian defense in case of a and see if 'there isn't some article Mitchell on July 25.
way to good health ~ national disaster. Sidwell told of of clothing that you no longer need. 0 *
When your health is at sta ke-the local expanded program, which (All births occurred at the
-see your family physician. If he is mainly geared to the safety of The pick-up committee will be Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
should give' you a prescription life and property due to storm dam- glad to call at your home. or you -K
see us. There is. no cut-rAte on age. He stated that the Civil De- may bring your rummage to the ,
pharmacy know-how and skill. Your fense has spent $5,600 this year in Thrift Shop on Thursday morning, Michigan Chem,
best value is your confidence in purchasing a communications sys- at 10:00 a.m. The committee for
your pharmacist...and when you tme, and several trucks for evacu- this month is Mrs. Roy Gibson, S'0Ws Profits
needsuch value, you can count nation duty. Mrs. Bob Major and Mrs. William
11 U4s. As for the future, the speaker Whilaey.
YOUR( PHARMACY said that -the Gulf County CD hopes ---- For the second quarter ending
to acquire cots, blankets, a first June 30, 1961, Michigan Chemical
Free Parking aid van, and numerous other piec- Methodists To earned $5,896 or $0.01 a share as
Drive-i, Window Service es of survival equipment. He stat- compared to a loss of $156,565 or
e-ed that his organization had asked Host Youth Choir $0.20 a share in the previous quar-
BuZZett'S Drug Store or $13,000 in the new Gulf Coun- ter and a net loss of $22,801 or
817 Williams Ave. ty budget but they had been tenta- $0.03 a share for the comparable
tively cut to $5,000.00. The Pleasant Valley Youth Choir second quarter of 1960. All figures
IlSlIT OVER WEEK END In a 'business session, the Kiwan- on concert tour, will appear at 'the are 'based on the 771,979 shares
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Beacan and [is Club decided to take on the pro- First Methodist Church on Wednes- outstanding on June 30, 1961.
granddaughter Ginger visited with ject of operating Radio Station -day evening, August 9, at 8:00 p.m. -Sales for 'the second quarter just
ifrtends on Jekyl Island off the WJOE on August 29. The project This Choir is made up of 25 young ended were $2,542,688 versus $2,-
coast of Georgia last week end. will include selling of ads for a voices from the youth department 079,493 in the same period in 1960.
of Pleasant Valley Methodist Six months sales in. 1961 are $4.-
M- Church in Mobile, Alabama. Mrs. 508,425 as compared to $3,869,290
H. R. Seid is the Organist-Director in 1960.
of this Youth Choir. Lessening charges against the
The Concert will last approxi- company's new seawater magnesia
1 mately one hour as the choir ren- plant at Port St. Joe, Florida, and
Sders a wide range of sacred music. -generally improving business in'
S The Youth Department of .the lo- the corporation's chemical business
cal church will entertain the visit- accounted for the gain in sales
ing choir in their homes in their and earnings for -the second quar-
over-night stay in Port St. Joe. ter as compared to recent periods.'
The pubic is cordially invited to Depreciation for the six months
enjoy this special concert and to ended June 30, 1961 was $556,608
S" n meet these fine young people. against $493,343 in the similar half
1 year of 1960.
Square Dance Methodists Plan Family
n-g Club To Visit Night For August
t h l -A Family Night will be held at
Panama City's "Teen Twirlers" the First Methodist Church on
SSquare Dancing Club will be visit- Wednesday evening, August 9, be-
u n der yo Is as ing with the "Po-Jo Twirlers". The ginning with a' covered dish sup-
Teen-Twirlers are a teen age danc- per at 6:30 p.m. All 'members of
m Jfortab a ing group and will be here Frilay the Church are urged to bring a
com fortab le as a night at the Centennial Builiing. covered dish for supper and enjoy,
The public is invited to attend and the fine Christian fellowship of the
F ireston e U reth anevfe refreshments ,'will be served. evening. After' 'the supper 'a fine
The local teen agers are especial- program will be enjoyed as we hear
iF oam M mattress ly invited to come out and visit a musical concert rendered by the
S VSS with these Panama City teen agers. Youth Choir of the Pleasant Valley
It Port St. Joe teen agers are Methodist Church of Mobile, Ala.
interested in learning to square Bring the whole family. A nursery
dance and organizing a club the will be provided for small children.
Po-Jo Twirlers will assist them. 4
Bill Brown is president of the Po- CHILDREN VISIT
Jo Twirlers and can be contacted MRS. DANIELL
at phone 227-8581. Mr. and Mrs. J anes Danlell and
Children of Wincnester, Tennessee
Revisited Mrs. J. F. Daniell on the
R v. Hart'ern occasion of her birthday which was
urn nda observed July 25. Mr. and Mrs. C.
STo Return Sunday L. Bruce and children of .Kings-
land, Ga., Mrs. 'Mamie Lou Haddock
Sunday, August 6 is a special. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
You'll enjoy your rest on a lay at the Oak Grove Assembly of Shirah of Tyndall Air Force Base,
Firestone Urethane mattress. God Church. On this date the Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Daniell and
There's no sleep-destroying church will welcome their pastor, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Daniell of Pcrt
midriff-sag, and Firestone's Rev. Charles H. Harthern back to St. Joe were also present for the
breeze-cool design breathes away his pastoral dutise. At the same occasion.
uncomfortable heat with millions COOL! time the church will bid farewell
of tiny air vents. You'll never be AIR-FRESH! to Evangelist and Mrs. A. L. Wil- CARD OF THANKSh it were
bothered by mattress dust or odor ODOR .FREE liams, who have been filling in To'my friends. I wish it were
again because Firestone Ure- for PODOR-FREE!astor Harthern for the past possible for me to contact each one
thane Foam is odorless and non- NON- four -months. of you in person to thank you for
allergenic, and also resists mildew ALLERGENIC! 'Pastor Harthern spent three your many kindnesses during my
and bacteriological growth. months touring England and the recent stay in the hospital. Your
Holy Land, then was 'taken ill on prayers, visits, gifts, cards and in-
: ..'--. .his trip 'home. terest in my welfare was most ap-
: > /h Pastor Harthern is now in West preciated. My doctor has prescrib-
Palm Beach with his .son Roy, ed a three week rest for me at
-, / -*. ,where he has 'been for the last two home. If at any -time you can drop
.. weeks resting utp for this occasion. by to see me you will receive a
'" .... All members and friends of the hearty welcome.
.. .. H Oak Grove Assembly are urged and Gratefully yours,
,'-' -.-- invited to be on hand next Sunday C. R. WITHERSPOON
~ to greet Pastor Harthern.
Practically Pounds Lighter! Rev. Williams will also offer his SPEND WEEK END HERE
Pn rurctic le T ghto e thanks to the people of Port St. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ferrell and
Firestone Urethane mattresses Urethane mattresse estone Joe for their kind hospitality dur- family returned to their home in
do not sag or mat They are bed-making easy Housekeep. ing their stay here. Jacksonville Sunday after spending
tough and durable and main ing chores are reduced because the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
tain a fine tailored wrinkle a Firestone mattress never Ben Ferrell.
free appearance ,"en after need, turning Because it is
loneg r slri'' "I'f ventilating. it never needs ReVISITS TER
airing VISITS SISTER
&T RepaI Mrs. George Tucker returned to
BOX Springs & Mattress SPECIAL! her home in Memphis, Tennessee
SP IAL! Monday, after spending a few days
i- "'* with her sister, Mrs. B. W. Eells,
$54.95 MATTRESS w her siser
SINGLE SIZE l .,S I ,-- --
Look for FIRST FRIDAY SERVICES
-P, the Famous l i7 First Friday Services will be
ir stone held this week, August 4 at -Saint
$ 64 .9 5 -,2 d Sigen of Joseph's Catholic Church.
Tr nTi.T Q Good Sleeping All Work Guaranteed 5:45 to 6:00 p.m. Confessions.
DOUBFarLrceE600pm.HoyIas ndBee


-'quj)u 'A -.- !* Fair Prices 6:00 p.m. Holy Mass and Bene-
Pick-up andi Delivery dictioni of the Blessed Sacrament.
DAY NIGHT
-- 227-4271 229-1676 SPENDS WEEK END HERE
w John Miller spent the week end
4I eWaring Murdock : -
War*n-wMurdock wit'h his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
,*Lamar Miller. Harry Griffith of
Radio & TV Hospital Leeourg accompanied John from
S. Auburn for the week end.
H iL_ ^ ^ ,1,(In H urlbut Furn. Store)
wAt A. auL- Wesait


i vid, La.-uanf ty Officer, VA Of. madE & WICtten gptlidtlon tot a
a! nome Load fice, P. 0. Building, Jacksonville, direct loan, and then only when
Florida. This letter will be acknow- the Loan Guaranty Officer has sft-
Meftt nb Toldf lodged and the veteran's request ficient funds on hand to assure
will be given a docket number, then that the loan can be processed and
at such time as the VA office is closed.
Several veterans have in the past given sufficient funds, the Loan! Another Question concerning the
sought information concerning the Guaranty Officer will mail to the Iveteran's loan is the small ,busi-
proper method to take in the se 'veteran, the necessary application ness loan. There has been no new
curing of a direct GI loan from forms for a direct loan. law covering this item. At present
the veteran's administration for a contact with he Loa small business loans by the VA
new home. The following inform The initial contact with the Loan are very rare.
tion is released from the State Guaranty Officer should not be Any information concerning a
Veteran's Administration Office mae iby the submittal of a VA direct loan through the veteran's
St. Petersburg for the clarification direct loan form. administration may be obtained by
of this matter. t The VA form for application for contacting the County Service of.
Veterans desiring to obtain a di-; direct loan is not for general dis- ficer at 227-8681 in Port St. Joe.
rect loan from the VA should ad- tribution. Rather it will be sent '- t
dress -a personal letter to Tom Da- directly to the veteran who has Bond 'he 8tar To A Friend




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