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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 10, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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THE STAR

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


MONEY TALKS-Let'f keep
It where we can speak with It
once In a While-Trade with >
your home town merohantel
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'WENTY-FOURTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA


THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1961


SCounty Adopts budget;




BMi lage Still Uncertain


DIAL 227-3181 FOR POLICE


Police Chief H. W. (Buck) Griffin is shown above learning how
to opera' e the new radio-telephone placed in the city police patrol
car last Friday afternoon. .Showing Griffin how to operate the new
phone is Howard McKinnon, superintendent of the St. Joseph Tele-
phone & Telegraph Company. Another instrument was placed in the
water department superintendent's truck.
The instrument is the first of its kind to ,be installed in the
United States according to .the representative of the General Elec-
tric Company who did the installation work. The new ,phone sys-
tem will give citizens of Port St. Joe instant connection with city
police at any hour of -the -day or night. The new phone will ring
in the police car when the police number-227-3181-is dialed. For-
merly coaimunciations with the police department was difficult,
since oftentimes the police were patrolling the city in the police
car when a policeman was needed and couldn't .be contacted by tele-
phone.


Three Inired In Two Automobile

AC dests During Past Week End

Three .persons, were injured, one was estimated at $500.00.
severely, Hii two ,ep, aryir auto a-e '., Prary was charge' with falling
cidents near Port St. Joe this past to 'have his vehicle 'under control
week end. according to Highway Patrolman,
.i- In puisr u f- I. Ffi n Murphy.


According ug "to repojUIts froL .m the
Florida Highway Patrol, Glen E.
Mize, 21 year old Coast Guardsman
stationed at Cape San Bias, receiv-
ed. several lacerations -on his face,
a fractured skull,' jaw 'and nose,
when his 1957 converticle ran off
the road about six miles east of
Port St. Joe on State Road 30A.
Mike apparently went to sleep at
the wheel and rammed his car into
a palm tree, according to Patrolman
Ken Murphy.
Mize was taken to the Port .St.
Joe Municipal Hospital by Com-
forter Funeral Home ambulance
for treatment and was later trans-
ferred to the Navy Hospital in
Pensacola.
Mize' accident occurred Sunday
morning.
Early Monday morning ait 5:00
:., three miles west of Port St.
3 on Highway 98, a car driven
) T. G. Frary ran off the pave-'
ment, traveling 112 feet before
clipping a utility pole in half. The
driver suffered a bruised nose and
hi2 wife, Mrs. Pearl Frary, suffer-
ed a bruised wrist. Estimated dam-1
age to the Frary's 1958 automobile


Kiwanis Club Elects

New Officer Slate

The Port .St. Joe Kiwanis Club
nominating committee reported its
selection 'of new officers for the
coming year Tuesday at the club's
regular meeting.
All nominated officers were vot-
ed into office by the membership.
Those elected were: Walter Dod-
so-n president; Marion Parker,
vice-president; Bill Thompson, sec-
retary and Tom Alsobrook, secre-
tary. The new officers will assume
their duties on January 1, 1962.
Delegates were chosen to attend
'the Kiwanis Convention in Holly-
wood next month. Chosen to repre-
sent the club were Walter Dodson,
,Marion Parker and Bill Thompson.
'The Club will enjoy a steak sup-
per at the Box R Ranch near Apala-
chicola next Wednesday afternoon.


Charges were not 'filed against
Mize pending further investiga-
tion. Mize could not be questioned
about his accident due to his con-
dition.


Fla. Coaches Clinic

Meets On University

Of Florida Campus

The 13th annual Florida Athletic
Coaches Association Coaching Clin-
ic was held at the University of
Florida August 3 through 5.
A record number of high school
coaches were present for the clin-
ic and all-star .games. The South
basketball squad won by a score of
55 to 53. The .South football squad
won ,by a score of 13 to 7. Both con-
tests were as close as the scores
indicate.
The 'Coaching Clinic's staff of in-
structors was an outstanding one.
It included Vic Bubas, head basket-
ball coach at Duke University and
Norman .Sloan, head basketball
coach at the University of Florida.
The football staff consisted of
Ara Parseghian and his assistant
coaches Alex Agase and Richard
Urich of Northwestern University;
Ray Graves and his assistant
coaches from the University of
Florida; Bill Peterson, head coach
of Florida State University and
Marcelino Hurta, head coach of
Tampa University.
Some of the topics discussed
were 'defensive line fundamentals,
offensive line fundamentals, North-
western offense, Florida State pass
offense, Florida defenses, North-
western pass defense, University of
Tampa's 4-man line, line backer
play -and blocking variations.
All observers rated this the most
successful clinic to date. Plans are
under way to have an even bigger
and better clinic next year.


Revival Slated At

Oak Grove Church

When Southern Baptist Evange
list Jack Martz of Atlanta, Ga.,
stood in the living room of C'.arles
Harthern in Penkhull, Englan, 14
years 'ago to invite him to this
country, he never foresaw tha
time they would work -together for
God. That time has come.
Sunday morning at 11 a.m. will
open a revival with the Martz
Team at the Oak Grove Assembly
of God Church, pastored by Charles
Harthern. Services will be every
night for two weeks at 7:45.
In a way this will ibe two revi-
vals in one, with the earlier meet-
ing at 7:00 p.m. at night, and fea-
turing one of the Atlanta team
Miss Ruby James. Ruby has been


Delegation Persuc

$22,014 00 From

A group of some 50 people ap-
proached the .County Commission
Friday night to seek a reduction
in the 'county budget 'for the 1961-
62 tax year. Thirty 'of the Gulf
County citizens were from' Port St.
Joe with Harry H. Saunders as
their spokesman.
The Port St. Joe delegation of.
fered the only verbal objections to
the county budget with those of-
fering objections being 'brought be-
fore the Board :by Saunders.
INDUSTRY OBJECTS
All of the county industry locat-
ed in 'the Port St. Joe area object-
ed to the tax increase on the basis
of a three year period of bad busi-
ness conditions resulting in loss of
profits.
Tom S. Coldewey, speaking for
the St. Joe Paper Company told
the Board that 'the .SJPC business
was off $1,650,300 from normal
and that 'further increases in taxes
would work a hardship on that
company. Coldewey pointed out
that during the last two years, 14
businesses have closed in Port St.
Joe. He also pointed out that there
are now a dozen new homes which
builders have been unable to sell.
All of these items were brought
'out to point to the had economic
conditions generally in Port St. Joe
where the lion's share of the coun-
ty taxes come from. He told the
Board that business had been too
bad to warrant an increase in the


ides Board To Take

Budget Proposal

inated and placed back on a fee
system.
Recommended that raise of
$640.00 for County Service Officer
should not ibe given.
Reduce Civil Defense budget
from $5,000.00 to $1,000,00.
Rasie of $300.00 for Agrciul-
ture Service Officer should not be
granted. He pointed out that the
Gulf county -agriculture agent re-
ceives more morey than the Cal-
houn officer and pointed out that
Calhoun has 10 times as many far-
mers for the officer to service.
Recommended reduction of
item for publicity to $500.00.
Item for billing machine for
tax collector's office should be
eliminated. Tomlinson pointed out
that the purchase of the machine
would not reduce the payroll' in the
tax collector's office, therefore he


School Bso rd Ss Pione Company

Budget Hearing; Makes Application

Millage Reduced For Rate Increase

The Gulf County .School Board Word was received by The Star
has designated Friday, August 19 at yesterday from the Florida Rail-
9:00 a.m. as the date and time for road and Public Utilities Commis-


the hearing of its proposed 'budget
for the new fiscal year. The propos-
ed budget of the 'school board is a
total of 22 ,mills-a reduction of
four-tenths .mill from last year's
budget.
'The school board tentative bud-
get totals $993,520.00. The propos-
ed .expenditures are broken down
as follows: Instructional salaries,
$625,303.00; Transportation, $38,-
'000.00; 'Capital Outlay, $20,000.00;
Other expenses and reserves, $310,--
217,00.
Anticipated receipts 'are as fol-
lows: 'State :and Federal funds,
$657,594.00; County Taxes, $141,-
417.00; District Taxes. $141.417.00;1


could see no benefit of its purchase. Other sources, $5,000.00.
Recommended the elimination Although the school board has
of payment of race track funds to reduced its millage by four tenths
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka. of one mill, its tax intake will be
0. G. Costing, Sr., approached the approximately $25,000.00 greater
Commission and told the Board than last year due to a hike in
that business has been down in his valuation of property. Approximate-
establishments by 12% over last ly $13,500.00 of this increase will go
year and opposed an increase in to match state funds to provide
taxes. the $200.00 annual teacher raise
ATTACKS ROAD FUND approved by the last session of


George G. Tapper of Port St. Joe
launched a sustained objection to
the proposed $173,587.00 Road and
Bridge Fund. He agreed with the
Board that all items in the budget


in missionary work in !China and 'budget. would be nice to have, but felt they
lived there forten years, however C. W. Dunbar, manager of the should be 'pared down drastically
there 'are no Christian workers in Michigan Chemical company plant with economic conditions such as
S -" i: in Port St. Joe told the Board that they are.
'"*"-. .his company had lost $307,000 in Tapper recommended:
the past three years operations due Cutting the free isbor item

plant. He stated that his company Cutting gas and oil purchases
did not want any undue tax burden from $10,000.00 to $8,000.00.
at the present time until cnoditions Cutting road, bridge and cul-
improve. He said his company was verts from $25,000.00 to $5,000.00.
willing 'to pay its way, but wanted Cutting right of ways fund
no added burden piled on their de- $5,000.00 to $3,000.00.
S i ficit operation. 'Cutting new equipment fund
i Bob Fox spoke for the Glidden from $15,000.00 to none.
Company of Port St. Joe stating Tapper told the Board that his
that the business of his concern, road building concern needed $250,-
'.'a'.-'^'1 ^ "'"too, was below par and stated that 000.00 in new equipment also, but
f.h higher taxes would cause an 'added he could not afford it now, and
hardship. would defer its purchase until he
SHerbert Brown, speaking for the could afford it. He urged that the
Southeast Terminals told the Board county do the same, pointing out
that his concern had already suf- 'that 'they had sufficient 'good
JACK MARTZ fered -a 25% reduction in business equipment to fill the county's needs
during the past year -and that ad- for another year or so.
that country now due to Commun- ded taxes would be harmful to his He also pointed out that Calhoun
ism. She will teach the kiddies lan- concern as well as others. County, which has seven times as
guiages to sing at night as she sings TAXPAYERS SPEAK many roads to maintain -as Gulf
in about 15 herself. In recent ser- M. P. Tomlinson approached the ICouny had a Road 'budget of only
vices she has had 125 attend the Board as the representative of the $83,000 which was considered ade-
mee'ings, and the children never Gulf County Tax-Payers League at- quate by them. He -pointed out that
forget the interest .in them by this tacking several points of the Gen- Calhoun County does not build free
very talented adult. eral Fund and the Road and roads in 'private developer's subdi-
Jack Martz is in a way 'self edu- Bridge Fund. visions such as is done in Gulf
cated. Starting 25 years ago in a Tomlinson offered the following County and that Calhoun' did not
-small upper New York pastorate, points for reduction in the budget. have near as much equipment as
he went into Evangelistic work Questioned the $100.00 per Gulf, but that their roads were
soon after. Reading a book a night month travel 'expense for the Coun- kept in good shape.
for years and memorizing ten ty Commissioners. Proposed cutting IN SUMMARY
words a day for many years to in- the payment to $50.00 per month. Summing up the requests made
crease his expressiveness, he re- Recommended that the county for reductions in the budget, Saun-
ceived his AB in Los Angeles at a attorney, David Carl Gaskin, re- ders .proposed that the 'budget be
Baptist Seminary in 1943. His tra- ceive no increase in salary. He is 'trimmed from $459,389.00 to $375,-
Ier, h,;IVA tnl kr him fn 3.7 n P f scheduled to receive $1. 600 00 nor 000.


ons nave 11 aoU en tm o naionLUsy Ar- tIIV .-v.u'u"u" p-'
on five contnients. year.
Recommended that the Coun-
Jack believes fervently that the ty drop the retainer fee item for a
scriptures are the final authority county engineer and hire the en-
in all matters. He 'said in a meet- gineer on a job Ibasis. The county
ing in Atlanta, 'the people of any engineer receives $100.00 a month
nation who read the Bible and be- as a retainer.
lieve it will never be enslaved in Recommended out of county
mind or heart by any other nation travel expense for county commis-
however formidable.' By the fool- sioners be reduced to $1,200.00.
ishness of preaching men are con- Recommended reducing court
verted to Christ, never by the com- house maintenance and operation
mentations and philosophical gen- fund.
ius of Theological minds. God's Recommended that the print-
word is the most powerful instru- ,o, mnt.e, in newnn b


The Board of Directors of the meant ever to be held in the hands
Florida Coaches Association passed of man. With this -trust God's


a resolution to support President
Kennedy's physical fitness pro-
gram for the youth of the nation_


The steak supper is the reward in, More emphasis will be placed on
a contest among members of the the fitness of students who are not
club. affiliated with the interscholastic
During 'the program period, Rep- programs over the state.
resentative Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Coach Marion Craig, a member
spoke to the club on the happen- of the Board of Directors of the
ings in the past session of the Le- Association, represented St. Joe
gislature. High School at the Clinic.


church will ever be militant in a
war threatened age.
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Never brag about the correct-
ness of something you said; you
know how rare he occasion is but
there is no use to let everybody
know.

Send The STAR To A Friend


'let out on bid.
Criticized strongly administra-
tive supplies fund which pertains
to Circuit Judge's office. Tomlin-
son recommended that this item
be cut in half.
Said Fine and Forfeiture Fund
should take care of juvenile court
salaries and expenses and should
'be removed from a General Fund
expenditure.
Recommended salaries for li-
cense clerk in Port St. Joe be elim-


sion that the St. Joseph Telephone
and Telegraph Company 'has ap-
plied to the Commission for a hike
in telephone rates throughout its
ten exchange system.
The Commission stated that /a
hearing will 'be held in the City
Hall' in Port St. Joe on Wednesday,
September 6 at 9:30 a.m. for the
purpose of hearing the phone com-
pany's testimony in the proposed
rate increase. No opposition to the
rate change will be heard at this
time.
On Tuesday, October 17 a second
hearing will 'be held in the City
Hall to hear objections to the pro-


posed increase and 'give the 'phone
company opportunity to cross ex-
amine and offer rebuttal testimony
to opposition to the raise.
The company is seeking a raise
in rates that will yield them a 7%
return on its property used in ren-
dering such local exchange tele-
phone 'service. The amount in dol-
lars to give such a return was not
given the Commission by the com-


the legislature, pany.


County Passes Resolution Adopting

Redistricting Plan In Face of Writ

The County Be .n of Commis- the new 9.pportionment lian still
sioners passed a resolution. Tues- does not comply with the law and
day setting up 'boundaries for new 'gives equal representation to
the residents of Gulf County.
county commission district areas
in Gulf County; The resolution was The County must ,present their
in answer to an Alternate Writ of resolution to Circuit Judge W. L.
Mandamus, .served on the County Fitzpatrick today, -at which time
Board and signed by Weslcy R. he will -decide if the county board
Ramsey, publisher of The Star re.-has complied with the law in their
quiring 'the Board to reapportion reapportionment plan.
the county according to law. The signer of the Writ, Ramsey,
The resolution passed by the
Board Tuesday was the same re- charges that the new division was
apportionment plan submitted to still unequal to the point that one
the Board in July and amended on District-Number Four had more
a motion iby Commissioner Leo citizens in its boundaries that Dis-
Kennedy. The Writ charges that tricts One and Two put together.
District Founr as set u1 Dhv Kcrn-


edy's motion contains 3,105 people,
while the combined population of
Districts One and Two is 2,886.


Dredge Langfitt To

Finish Harbor Work

The U. S. Army Engineers of-
fice at Panama City has been in-
formally advised that the hopper
dredge Langfitt will arrive eith-
er the last few days of August
or the first week of September to
complete the Job of providing
new dimensions in the entrance
channel In Port St. Joe harbor.

Why worry about war, or disease
if you do not worry about automo-
bile accidents.


The Commission then voted to
trim the budget by $22,014.00 to
$437,375.00. The cuts in the budget
were made by trimming $21,014 off
the Road and Bridge Fund -and
$1,000 from the General Fund.
The County Board did not adopt
'the mill rate Friday night, and ac-
cording to Clerk of the Circuit
Court, George Y. Core, further cuts
in the budget are being discussed
by the County B.)ard. But it isn t
expected the cuts will 'be very sub-
stantial and will probably be no
more than the amounts of the race
track money now going to Port St.
Joe, Wewahitchka 'and Highland
View. The Board is investigating
the possibilities of deleting these
payments and applying the money
to the budget, thus reducing the
millage rate.


'61 Grid Season Practice Set;



Schedule Listed For Sharks

The Port St. Joe Sharks will op- Don Young and Pat McFarland. Hall and Mike McKenzie.
en their pre-school football drills A promising group of Freshmen
Monday, August 14 at 5:00 p.m. The following boys are returning are available for football and a few
Candidates from grades nine from last year's squad and will of them may be kept on the varsity
through 12 will' receive their physi-'have the toughest schedule in the, squad.
cal examination, at 7:30 p.m., Fri- history of Port St. Joe High School The season schedule is as fol-
day, August 11. The physical will, confronting them: George Boyer, lows:
be given by Dr. Conrad Williams' Wayne Stevens, Joel Barbee, James FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
at the high school .gymnasium. No Gibsno, Joe Whaley, Carl Zimmer- FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
boy will be allowed to work out man, Henry Dockery, Paul Robbins,' Sept. 15-Apalachicola, Away
with the team until he has had a Clifford Wimberly, Rodney Herring, Sept. 22-Rurherford, Home
physical examination. Courtney Martin, David Nance, Sept. 29-Marianna, Away.
The Sharks will be without the Larry Davis, Tommy Williams, Oct. 6-Milton, Home.
services of eight seniors who were Lonnie Smith, Chesley Fensom,' Oct. 13-Walton, Home.
Instrumental in what success the Jimmy Goodman, Wayne Childers, Oct. 20-Chipley, Away.
team enjoyed last season. They'David Porter, Sonny Eells, Bernie Oct. 27-Blountstown, Away.
are Captain Howard Lovett, Bob Buzzett, Doyle Glass, Jimmy Gain- Nov. 3-Bonifay, Away.
Munn, Jimmy Wilder, Jimmy Daw- nie, Tommy Sisk, Harold Keels, Nov. 10-Quincy, Home.
son, Steve Kennedy, Bob Kerrigan, 'Gene Tindell, C. J. Giddens, Nelson Nov. 17-Fla. High, Home.


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guest of the Bob Hollands in Port
St. Joe and the George Hollands
of Mexico Beach.

VISITING GRANDMOTHER
Pam Joy and Jo Holland, daugh-
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holland
of Mexico Beach are visiting their
grandmother in Phenix City, Ala.


HONORED O.N BIRTHDAY-Above are the host- Mrs. McNeill, Mrs. George Suber, Mrs. J. L.
essess, and out of town guests who honored Mrs. Temple, Mrs. Joe Sharit and Mrs. Robert King,
James T. McNeill, Sr., on her 80th birthday re-
cently. Pictured from left to right are: Mrs. The party was held in the social rooms of the
Norman Pounds, Mrs. Joe Atkins, the honoree, First Methodist Church. (Star photo)

Mrs. J, T. McNeill, Sr., Honored On Her 80th Birthday


$2


Engagement Announced


Mr. and Mrs. William Ezra
thery of Warrior, Alabama,
nounce the engagement of
daughter, Virginia Louise, to
ver Hunt Harper, son of
Lois Hunt Harper of Port St
and George Henry Harper,
Miss. Nethery is a July g:
ate of Jacksonville State Col
where she was a member of
ma Tau Delta, Kappa Delti
Kappa Delta Epsilon hone
organizations, the Leona
Home Economics Club, and
Baptist Student Union. Sbh
listed in "Who's Who In An
can Colleges and Universiti
Mr. Harper is a gradual
Howard College, where he



HAPPYLAN

KINDERGARTEN
Mrs. Charles Brown
Mrs. Helen Kilbourn

305 6th Street
'Phone 227-4511

REGISTRATION
August 26
OPEN

August 28





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Ne-
, an-
their
Oli-
Mrs.
. Joe
Sr.
radu-
lege,
Sig-
a Pi,
orary
Cole
the
le is


a meniber of Alpha Epsilon Delta
honorary ,pre-medical fraternity,
Beta Beta Beta, the Baptist Stu-
dent Union, and the Ministerial
Association. He is now a sopho-
more ,medical student at the Uni-'
versity 'of Miami preparing 'for
medical missionary service.
The wedding will be August 24
at Calvary Baptist Church.

Miss Ray Lapeyrouse
Honored With Shower
Miss Ray Lapeyrouse was the
bli a t a shower aiven by vMiss


MIthiodists Plan

Youth Activities

Week Aug. 13

The youth of the First Methdoist
Church cordially invites yooj the
public to attend the Youth Activi-
ties Week to be held August 13-
18. The theme for the week is, "Be
ye doers-not hearers only", James
1:22. It promises to hbe a week of
-Christian' fellowship, recreation,


Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Sr., was hon- Out of town guests were Mrs.
ored on her 80th .birthday with an Norman Pounds, Sr., Palatka, Mr.
open house in the social hall' of and Mrs. Joe Atkins, Blountstown.
the First Methodist Church by her| Mrs. McNeill accompanied Mrs.
-family, Mrs. W. A. Walker of Pa- Walker to Palatka for a visit fol-
latka and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mc- lowing the party.
Neill, Jr., of Indian Pass. Many -----
friends called during the afternoon SPENDS MONTH HERE
between 'the hours of 3:30 and John Wright -of Phenix City, Ala.,
5:00 p.m. spent the month of July .as the
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discussion and challenging; mes-
sages ..
The guest evangelist will be the
Rev. Dicky Wright, who is a very
dedicated young 'man with a ines
,sage for all ages. Dicky has been
preaching in youth revivals and!
youth activities, weeks throughout
the South for" the past two years.
He comes to' Port ,St. Joe from 'the
Gadsden Street Methodist Church
in Pensacola. Dicky is a senior in
Asbury College where he is study-
ins for the Me'hodist ministry. You


meri nono- e a snowr gi- mlrb -
es". Ann Miller at her home on Cons'i- will 'be glad that you heard the
e of tuition Drive. messages that 'he will bring each
was Tlhe punch table was decorated night -during the week.
with ivy and white lilies which sur- The schedule for. the week of ac-
rounded the punch bowl. tivities will be as follows: Monday
Miss Lapeyrouse wore a yellow through Friday, Supper 6:30-7:30;
and white summer dress, and wore Discussion, 7:15-8500; Wlorship,
D a white carnation corsage given 8:'00-9:00; Recreation, 9:00-until.
to her by the hostess.
Ice cream, cake and punch wre Pier ceMarin
served to 15 of the honoree's i cti
friends. Also present were the bride T
S elect's mother, Mrs. E. P. Lapey- W eddmg Tol
rouse and the groom elect's mo- d
other, Mrs. Kemp. Miss Pe g g y Lanette Pierce,
Mrs. J. Lamar Miller assisted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo
her daughter in entertaining. Pierce, Olanta, S. C., and Gilbert
Miss Lapeyrouse was presented Lamar Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
,a lovely silver compote, a gift N. G. Martin of this city were mar-
from the hostess. ried July 28 in the Olanta Baptist
parsonage, with Rev. John Thomas
VISITING IN TENN. Truluck officiating at the double
Miss Ann Miller is. visitnig ring ceremony.
friends in Nashville, Tenn., this' Mrs. Ronnie Joye of Kingstree,
)week, after leaving Nashville she S. C. was matron of honor. Lee F.
will spend several days in Atlanta. Headington, Kansas City, Kan., was
-- best man.
After a wedding -trip, the couple
will live in Olanta until September.
High School and is, attending Har-
Sris Beauty College. The groom is
Sa ,graduate of Port St. Joe High
SSchool and is now stationed with,
the U. S Air Force in Sumter, S. C.
q 1P a E V P _X_-


EPnor.t gcgement
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Blackwell
of Port St. Joe announce the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Martha
Lene to Philip Carson Ward, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ward of
DeFuniak 3', ins:. Florida.
The wedding will be an event
of September 3 at 4:00 ip.m. at
the Church of the Nazarene.


Announced
The ,bride-to-be is presently em-
,ployed with the :St. Joe Paper
Company, accounting department
and the groom-elect is employed
with Vitro services.
No invitations 'are ,being .sent
in Port .St. Joe, but all friends
,are invited to attend the wedding
and reception following .the cere-
mony.


A COLOR MATCHED

SWEATER AND SKIRT

ENSEMBLE BY
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Continues Through This Week

Special This Week
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"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"


Mr. and Mrs. Norman M. Martin
of 513 First Street announce the
birth of a daughter, Sandra Deanu-
on August 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Shaw of
119 Bellamy Circle announce the
birth of a son, Robert William on
August 5.
4. *.: .4#
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wilford El-
liott of 619 Madison Street, Oak
Grove announce the birth of a
daughter, Cynthia Ann on August 4.
0.- 0 .4 e
Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield Wade
Barrier, II, 1406 Palm Blvd., an-
nounce the birth of a son, -Whitfield
Wade, III on August 6.
4e .*
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my apprecia-
tion to the Port St. Joe Municipal
Hospital's entire staff for the at-
tention and kindness given me
during my nine day stay there. My
special thanks go to Dr. Joe Hen-
drix and Dr. Conrad WVilliams.
May God bless each and every
one of you.
NELLIS'L. SHOVE
Apalachiceola, Fla.


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Pvt. Earnest Suggs
In Army 'Exercise
FORT JACKSON, S. C.-Pvt.
Earnest W. Suggs, son of Rev. and
Mrs. B. W. Suggs, Port St. Joe,
assigned to Company B, 13th Bat-
talion, Third Training Regiment,
will participate in Operation Swift
Strike, a joint Army-Air Force ex-
ercise to be carried out in 'the area
of North and South Carolina, Au-
n-,,o- C-fl


Pvt. Bobby Neel
In Swift Strike


FORT JACKSON, S. C.-Pvt.
Bobby E. Neel, husband of Mrs.
Connie L. Neel, Port St. Joe as-
signed to Company B 13th Battal-
lion, Third Training Regiment,
will participate in Operation. Swift
Strike, a joint Army-Air Force ex-
ercise to Ibe carried out in the area
of North and South Carolina, Au-
gust 6-20.


On August 6, 1961, approximately On August '6, 1961, approximate-
30,000 Army personnel 'and 400 Air ly 30,000 Army personnel and 400
Force fighter 'and trooper carrier Air Force fighter and troop car-
aircraft will join together at bor- river aircraft will join together at
during dispersal bases to carry out bordering 'dispersal bases to carry
operation Swift Strike. out operation ,Swift iStrike.
Want Ads GeL Resilth Two From Here To
Graduate From FSU T
TALLAHASSEE Florida S'ate
FOR EXPERT University this week announced
ra the candidates for degrees in com-
Electrical Repair mencement ceremonies to .be held
and in Westcott Auditorium at 3:00
0 ri p.m. Saturday, August 12. Candi-
C nfacting dates presently on the list include
on tratfiPaul Edwin Ramsey, BS, 'Social
IT'S Welfare, and Willian Lee Dawson
BS, arts and science, 'Port St. Joe.
WAII FiCTRICI -


COMPANY
DIAL BAII 7-4331


with ELECTRIC

AAIR CONDITIONING
Tired of tossing and turning, trying to get to sleep on these
hot, sticky nights? Then why not see your dealer about electric
air conditioning. You'll find it costs less than you think to keep
cool the modern electric way. There's plenty of hot weather
ahead, so don't suffer another sleepless night. Instead, relax
in the cool comfort of electric air conditioning


FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION


Vetanns iSortee Officer
To Visit Next Week


other .Ooblems.
During his visit In this area


Me-x-i... .ck.a.- Mexico Beach Re He O
By Mrs. Betty Msler HEMT CRABndaton
Phone 648.8205 FINDS LOST KEYS
m s aoCHURCH GROUP red this .past week to J. C. Prather The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
Repairs ENJOYS OUTING of Columbus, Ga., while .a visitor heard the -story of the Children's
to Mexico Beach. Home Society of Florida at their
alty ( A Methodist Church group from Returning to his car after trying regular meeting last Thursday at
Apalachicola enjoyed a special some fishing from -the Port St. Joe noon.
outing last Thursday, Agust .3 at *pier, Mr. Prather could. nat locate The program was brought by
Fixtures Mexico Beach. The event included his car keys. After vainly huntingg Tom S. Coldewey, ocal' chairman
MATE- a picnic -and swimming at the Way- he finally sent for his spare set. of the Marcus C. Fagg Fuondation
aistde park plus a visit to Jolly iReturning to the Governor Motel fund drive for the Society in Port
ING SERVICE Gol Fun enter. where miniturewhere he was trying, he againSt. Joe. Colwey trodued Bill
I11G SERVICE golf,'bowling and other games were searched, emptying his pockets, .the Penrose of Tallahassee who out-
BERS TO SERVE YOU enjoyed by the group which inelud- contents including some shells lined the reasons for the fund drive
PHONE BA 7-2641 ed:Billy and Linda McLeod, Kapicked p atthe beach. When he Roarians.Home Society of
PHN Bl 4 thyed Howard, Francis IHayes, Ron- a"nd behold, out crawled a hermit The o children Hsme Society of
nie Atchison, Carl Duncan, Jim crab from a shell dragging the car Florida, which won s ounde d in 1902adoptive
ih \L 'Patton' Chaperones for the event keys. The occurrence wa so is the only non-sectarian adoptive
of YourNeighbo were v.and Mrs. John Brackmnstrageit was reported to Mrs. agency operating in Florida and
Betty 1M issl r, correspondent for depends upon donations and lega-
The Star 'at Mexico Beach. cies for its operating capital.
,* .4 .6 The Society is currently seeking
15 POUND KING to build up a $2 million trust fund
A 15 pound king mackerel boated to provide interest dividends which
by George R. Tyson, 951 Hall St., Ithe Society will use to supplement
Bainbridge, Ga., took the weekly its dwindling operating capital in-
prize in the Mexico Beach fishing come.
tournament which runs through Guests of the club were Cannie
Labor Day. Best surf catch regis- Higdon of Quincy, Bill Stengel of
-. tered was a 1 pound, 10 ounce pom- Crossett, Ark, Swede Benson of St.
pano caught by L. T. Terrell, 908 Petersburg -and Gene Austin and
Concord Road, Tallahassee. Fred Richards of Apalachicola.
Ml d'trVD AT-A


flase o n *flinfp-on


From coast to coast, this style is "the most."
It has truly become a:classic favorite among
slip-on shoes. Featuring hand-sewn.moccasin.
seams for that extra touch of quality, it looks
good, feels good, wears well. Wedinvite
you to come in and be fitted in a pair, ,



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200-206 REID AVE. PHONE 227-2771


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RICH'S Super MARKET
(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST. JOE ON HIGHWAY 71)


(Limit Rights Reserved)


AT WHITE CITY, FLORIDA


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SELECT BEEF
LIVER


GRADE "A"


31bs. $1


1 DOZ. FLORIDA GRADE 'A' LARGE

Eggs Free
WITH $10.00 ORDER or MORE
GA. GRADE 'A' SM. 3 DOZ.

EGGS $1


Hot or Cold
Melons


3for $1


Fresh Colored or White
Butter Beans 2lb. 25c

Baby OKRA I A
Baby SQUASH lb. v


25 Lb. Bag--With Dinner
Plate FREE-- Robin Hood
FLOUR


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SEE THE "MACHINE" THAT
SHELLS THE "BEANS"
Fresh Shelled Daily Your Choice
Choice Peas Butter Beans
WE SHELL YOUR PEAS 75c bu.

Jumbo Pies doz.
Ice Milk /2 gal. 39


LB.


FRYERS 19c
WITH $2.00 MEAT ORDER

GROUND 31lbs |


BEEF $1

THE BEST CENTER CUT LB.

Pork c

Chop59

LEAN $1
BRISKET 4 1bs.


SHORT RIBS


lb. 39c


BONELESS TENDER BROILING
NEW YORK 79c
STEAKS lb.


Apalachee Bay Brand
"Ready To Fry"

Breaded Shrimp


Box

49c


LET US SAVE YOU MONEY BY
Filling Your Deep Freeze With Our Meats and Vegetables I


Veterans of -Gulf .County wo Weant may be contacted at the
need assistance in obtaining 'bene- Port St. Joe City Hall on August
fits under the GI Bill, may receive 11 'from 8: 00 to 9:00 a.m.
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer. VISITS PARENTS
Weant will visit this area next Mrs. Francis Lewis and children
week for the purpose of helping who have been visiting Mrs. Lewis'
veterans or their dependents in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grims-
filing claims for Compensation ley on Eighth Street left for their
Benefits or solving their insurance home ii-Ringoes, N. J., Thursday
,problems. This free service in- morning. Mrs. Lewis' parents, Mr.
cludes assistance to employers of and Mrs. Grimsley returned home
veterans under the GI Bill, Voca- with her for an .extended visit.


The Star Brings News


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FLORIDA GARDEN INFORMATION
By HERVEY SHARPE lhaflt won't tolerate & daily
Fla. Agricultural Ext. Service scrub-down, but take on a healthy
Foliage plants are like people- luster with an occasional leaf wash-
they, too, need a bath. ing. Dirty -foliage is unattractive


FREE! FREE!
GRAB BAG PRIZES
Every Evening at 8:30
BRING THE CHILDREN
SIrTTNJOV VOUTTR.


FREE
TICKETS
TO ALL
CHILDREN
SELF, HAVEI IFUTNT


M PlAY Golf Bowling Games
MINIMUM
GOLF Music Kiddie Rides
S Bring your Friends, Bring Your Date

FREE GAME SAFE WUOLESOME RECREATION


19th Hole


FOR ALL THE FAMILY


"The Nicest Place On The Be
OPEN
7 Days
Rain or
Shine
SU. S. Highway 98 *Mex


each"
Play Hrs.
1 P.M.
to 12 M.
(Mon. 6-12)
ieo Beach, Fla.


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.l.
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
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-...-------.. 6:45
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ........ 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"


a.m.,
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


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


THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 10l
especially it il otherwise Apotles
Florida room.
If the leaves are heavy with
grime, use soapy water, a soft
cloth and a gentle touch. Rubbing,
too hard will cause injury.
'Slightly dusty foliage will spark-
le if polished with a flannel cloth.
Plant .polishes, are available at the,
'garden supply store. But before you'
use them, be sure to read the di-
rections.
The proper watering of plants
is more important than giving
them a bath. Too big -a drink or
none' at all spells disaster. In gen-
eral, most house plants require a
thorough soaking once a week.
Don't use cold water,-as it shocks
the plant. A small dash of water
-frequently makes the plant miser-:
able. Often the soil in the bottom
of the container becomes dry, caus-
ing the plant to wilt or die. Keep-
ing the plant roots soggy with wa-
ter will kill them.
Most foliage plants grow well at
temperatures between 6-0 and 70
degrees. Therefore, in summer pro-
tect the plants from being broiled
alive by sun rays. In winter, don't
roast ,the plant roots by placing the
container on a radiator.
Plants are also like people in
that they like their food served at
regular intervals. The best .sugges-
tion on feeding plants is to follow
the directions on. the container.
Use a complete fertilizer in tablet
or powder form.
If there are no directions on the
container, -mix one teaspoon of a
complete garden fertilizer in one
quart of water. Apply this strength
solution every two to four weeks.
University of Florila Agricultur-
al' Experiment .Station researchers
give these tips on diagnosing plant
-troubles. Brown tips or burned
margins to leaves mean too much
fertilizer, you've let the plant roots
dry out or you've let -the plant be-
come wind burned.
Yellowing and dropping of leaves
indicates soil or gas fumes, over-
watering, poor drainage or poor soil
-aeration. Small leaves suggest tight
or heavy soil mixture, lack of fer-
tilizer or not enough moisture.
Weak growth or light -green color
on otherwise healthy foliage per-
haps indicates too much light, lack
of fertilizer, root-rot or poor root
systems. Yellowing, wilting or soft
growth means too much heat or
root injury. _
,Small leaves and long internodes
are signs that the plants are grow-
ing with too little light or the tem-
perature is too high for the plant.


If you are just starting a house
plant project, here are some sug-
gestions on containers.
Wooden tubs are excellent since
wood prevents rapid drying out of
the soil. Jiardiniers usually lack
drainage holes, which may cause a
watering problem. Clay pots are
: fine and can be painted to blend
with the colors in the patio.
Brass and copper are ideal for
table and mantle 'arrangements.
But as -these containers are usu-
ally small, pay careful attention to
water and fertilizer.
,Soil is very important for house
plants. !Since they must survive on
a very small amount, give them
the best soil mixture available.
There is no best -mixture. However,
a long-time favorite for many
homeowners is a mixture of two
parts peat and one part garden
loam 'soil.
If you are hunting ,for plaDts
that take little care and will wita-
stand much abuse consider -such
plants as Bromeliads, Dracaena,
Monstera Peperomia or Sansevier-
ia. These plants don't seem tomind
low light intensity or warm dry
rooms.
Plants that will grow in full sun-
light include Codiaeum, Dracaena
Ficus, Philodendron 'selloum 'and
Sansevieria. Plants .that will toler-
ate dry soils are Bromeliads, Pan-
danus, Peperomia, Sansevieria and
Scindapsus.
For a complete list of -house
plants contact your county agent.
Ask for Farmers Bulletin No. 1872,
House Plants.
-K
VISIT IN ALABAMA
Mrs. W. D. Goodman visited her
son in Montgomery, Alabama. Mrs.
Emmett Daniell also went to visit
relatives in Talladega, Ala., along
with -Mrs. Goodman.


For Sales or Service
On Sewing Machines, Vacuum
Cleaners or Floor Polishers.
Call CITY CAFE
Phone 227-5431
K. G. PARKER
Your
SINGER
REPRESENTATIVE
In Port St. Joe


"SUPER RIGHT" GRAIN FED



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FRESH VINE RIPE

TOMATOES


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EYS


C


LB.


CENTER


CUT


"Super-Right" Western End Cut FROSTY MORN 12 oz pkg
Pork Chops lb. 35c FRANKS 39c


LB.


Super Rite Heavy Western Lb.
N. Y.STEAK 89c,


Jane Pakrer Lemon or

JELLY ROLLS


2FOR
ONLY


JANE PARKER DELICIOUS-8 Inch

LEMON PIES

NEW: FLAVORFUL JANE PARKER

GLAMOUR BREAD

ANN PAGE REALLY FRESH

MAYONNAISE
ANN PAGE PURE PLUM

PRESERVES


ANN PAGE BLACK 2 OZ. BOX


4 OZ. BOX


Pepper 19c 27c


SCOTT JUMBO


TOWELS


29c


Hc l II II


Laundry Bleach
HOOD qt. 21 c
Dixie Lily
GRITS 20 oz. box 19c
Gerber Strained
BABY FOOD 6 jars 59c
Chicken of the Sea
TUNA FISH 6V2 oz. 29c
Birdseye Frozen
ARTICHOKE 9 oz. 49c
Birdseye Frozen Whole
BABY OKRA 10 oz. 25c
Birdseye Frozen Baby
LIMA BEANS 10 oz. 29c
Birdseye Frozen
CREAM CORN 10 oz. 21c
Nabisco
FIG NEWTONS lb. 33c
Dry Detergent
TREND giant 49c
Scot Bathroom
TISSUE 2 rolls 27c
Betty Crocker
Pan Fry Potatoes 4 oz. 33c
Minute
Potato Salad 4 oz. 35c


E55A

EACH


39c

1 LB. LOAF

25c

QUART JAR

49c

SLB. JAR

39c


M MANDAMEOW
EIGHT O'CLOCK
COFFEE


EVAPORATED MILK


77o


I


6 PACK CARTON
&a!V 6 PACK CARTON


Waldorf White or Colored Bathroom 4 ROLLS


TISSUE 33c


Oak Hill Yellow Freestone


PEACHES


29 oz. can


19c


Kleenex Table
NAPKINS 2 boxes 49c
Facial Soap
WOODBURY 2 bath 26c
Liquid Detergent
TREND 22 oz. 49c
Minute Maid Frozen
Orange Juice 6 oz. 25c
Cheese Food
Cheez Whiz 8 oz. 35c
All Flavors Powdered
METRECAL 8 oz. 97c
Dietetic Sweetner
Liquid Sweet 6 oz. 89c
Laundry Bleach
CLOROX V2 gal. 39c
Detergent
Red Salmon lb. 89c
Sunnybrook Sockeye
FAB giant pkg. 77c
Mrs. Filbert's
MARGARINE lb. 27c
Detergent
CHEER giant pkg. 67c
Betty Crcoker-6.5 oz.
Au Gratin Potatoes 43c


"SUPER-RIGHT" YOUNG HEN




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These Are Grade 'A' USDA
Government Inspected ...
Quick Frozen Dressed, Ov-
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Turkeys. 8 to 14 Lb. Avg.


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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables!


CALIFORNIA RIPE BARTLETT LB.

PEARS 19c
California Vine-Ripened
RIPE CANTALOUPES
3 for $1.00

510
FIFTH
STREET
Prices In This Ad Are Effective Through
Saturday, August 12


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GRAHAM CRACKERS
COMO
TOILET TISSUE
TWIN PACK
KLEENEX TOWELS
CASUAL
KLEENEX NAPKINS
PET BRAND
INSTANT MILK
VAN CAMP'S
BEANIE WEENIES
SESSIONS WINTERIZED
COOKING OIL
GERBER'S STRAINED
BABY FOOD
FRENCH'S
INSTANT POTATOES
HOT SHOT AEROSOL
BUG KILLER


lb. pkg.


IGA TABLERITE U. S. CHOICE






ROAS


33c


4 rolls 29c
2 rolls 41c


pkg. of 50's
4 qt. pkg.
12 oz. can
No. 5 jar
6 jars
7 oz. pkg.
14 oz. bomb


25c
39c
27c
89c
59c
33c
89c


TABLERITE
CHUCK S
TABLERITE
RIB STEAK
TABLERITE
BRISKET SI
TABLERITE
ALL MEAT


TEAK


rEW
STEW


TABLERITE

GROUND


IbM 49c
lb. 69c
lb. 19c
lb. 69c


BEEF


MUCHMORE
SLICED
FROSTY MORN


BACON


CHUNK BALOGNA
SELECT TENDER
BEE F LI VER


3 LBS.


T


lb
lb. 55c
lb. 39c
lb. 39c


$1.39


ANOTHER IGA VALUE


SNIDERS


IGA SWEETENED OR UNSWEETENED


O'RAI


GE


CATSUP



JUICE


IGA BRAND
MAYONNAISE
RICELAND
PERFECTION RICE
ROBERT'S
VANILLA WAFERS


KRAFT
PEACH
STAR-KIST
CHUNK


PRESERVES
TUNA FISH


16 oz. jar 29c


3 b. pkg.


39c


20 oz. pkg. 29c


12 oz. jar
/ size can


2


14 OZ.
BOTTLES


29'


C


46 OZ.
CAN


IGA DELUXE-REGULAR or DRIP
COFFEE
[GA BRAND
ICE TEA
KRAFT
Strawberry PRESERVES


[GA YELLOW
CREAM


25c
33c


STYLE


TEA BAGS


CORN


Slb. tin 59c
V2 lb. pkg. 59c
12 oz. jar 29c
303 can, 2 for 39c


16 tea bag carton


25c


PENNY-NO. 1 CANS
DOG FOOD
C. B. HAMBURGER
DILL PICKLES
KRAFT SALAD
MUSTARD
IGA INSTANT
C 0 FFEE


3 cans 27c
SLICED-32 OZ. JAR
jar 33c


9 oz. jar
2 oz. jar


15c
35c


SPRAY FOR SUNBURN-In Plastic Container
UNGENTINE bottle 98c


SUNGOLD COLORED and QUARTERED

0 L E 0
KRAFT AMERICAN or PIMENTO
SLICED CHEESE
SEALTEST
SHER BET


2


1 Lb.
Pkgs.


12oz. pkg.


39c


49c


5 pints $1.00


POTATOES


U. S. NO. 1
LONG
WHITE
EXTRA FANCY
POLE BEANS


LBS.


lb. 21c


GREEN
CABBAGE


FULL OF JUICE

LEMONS


EACH


Ib. Sc


2c


-- IGA FRESH FROZEN --
(Mix Them or Match Them)


BROCCOLI SPEARS
BABY LIMA BEANS
410 oz.
Pkgs.


Specials for August 10, 11 and 12
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Plenty of Free Parking
We Reserve Limit Rights
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING


FACTORY PACKED

SUGAR

PKG. 89
(With $5.00 or More Food Purchase)


ASSORTED FLAVORS

JELL-O
REG. 29
PKGS.


- CAULIFLOWER
- CUT GREEN BEANS


99c


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Port St. Joe, Florida


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Phone 7-8681


Highland View, Fla.


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SOCIAL SECURITY INFORMATION

The amount of earnings permitt- al earnings.
ed under the retirement test for With this change it is possible
non-disabled beneficiaries under that many people in this area who
-age 72 was increased when Presi- have reached retirement age may
dent Kennedy signed the new So- -be able to draw some of their so-
cial Security Law on June 30. Now cial security .benefits for 1961. 'Of
an individual may receive more course, an application must be filed
money in earnings and benefits before any .payments could be
than was possible ] before the made. An individual of retirement
change. A beneficiary does not age, with family dependents eligi-
have to meet a retirement test ble for benefits, could draw some
after he reaches age 72. social security (benefits for him-
As before, beneficiaries will re- self and his family if his earnings
ceive all of their monthly Social during 1961 -were as much as $4400.
Security benefits I their total This would be true if the individ-
Security benefits if their total
earnings from workingplusprofital had 'high earnings credits un-
earnings from w g pll prt der social security. 'Certainly,. such
from a (business do not go over
$1200 per year. Only $1.00 in. bene- an individual should contact his
fits will ,be lost or each $2.00 of nearest Social 'Security office even
earnings over $1200 up to $1700. though he is working no a good
(This provision -formerly applied to job or running a rather profitable
earnings between $1200 and $1500 business If he has reached age 65.
only.) Accordingly, under this Earnings for purposes of the ,So-
change ,beneficiaries may have an cial 'Security retirement test only
additional $100 per year in ,benefits include salary from working on any
plus earnings. Earnings above kind of a job plus profit from run-
$1700 will cause a loss of $1.00 in ning a trade or business. The
benefits for each $1.00 of addition- amount you may receive from oth-


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coiu, MV ^4% 1 t ol S theast Pipeline Company Plays Vitg
counted as earnings under the re- -
tirement test. Individuals who know CARD OF THANKS Part In Suppling Fuel To Nation
that their earnings for 1961 will not To our dear friends and neigh-
ibe more than a certain figure 'bore, who so faithfully -assisted us
should file their claims for retire- in ministering to the needs of our From the line and going to its first termin
ment benefits within the next few loved one during her illness, and 'Panama City' News-Herald in Bainbridge, Ga.
months. Every individual w h o to all of those who came to us, atI 'Port St. Joe is the beginning (Continued On Page 7)
might 'be paid any social security her passing and gave so generously' point of a pipeline which 'probes
'benfeits for 1961 under the new re- of themselves, ,their -many floral [and weaves its way across Central
tirement test should be certain that tributes, cards, letters, food, etc., I Georgia into South Tennessea for .,
his claim is filed before 'the end of we through the emptiness of words 1461 miles. Evangelist
January, 1962. say; thank you, and God's richest It is one of the few pipelines in JACK MARTZ
There is no disadvantage attach- blessings upon you. 'the country which handles refined
ed to the -filing of your claim if you CARTER WARD petroleum products, according to
are at least 65 years of age even Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandon Floyd Roberts, station chief fur
though you are working full time Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stafford Soatheastern Pipeline Company in
at high earnings. If you could have Mr. and Mrs. James Spotts. Port St. Joe.
been paid some benefits ibut did and families. Hundreds of thousands of gal-
not file a claim the benefits ill ibe lons of -fuel products surge through
lost. For -full information see your Send The STAR To A Friend the company's steel eight-inch pipe-
nearest Social Securi'y Office. The line to numerous terminals thru-
office for this area. is at 1135 Har-' SHOP AT HOME' out the Peach State and into Colun-
teer County, Tennessee. a m. .e
From these terminals markets
-all -along tbhe southeast 'and cen-
C n L l 5I U 1 tral seaboard 'are supplied.
Begun, in the first part of tlhe
CLEARANCE 40's, the operation of the 'South- ..
eastern Pipeline Company remain-
OF BRAND NEWd 'hush-ush operation for sev- .. :
O FB RiA NEW 'eral years because of its important 'n*\" ..
military and national defense use.
D P I D^! kRoberts, who came to work with
the pipeline company in 1942,
6 i. i U JE ~ a "about a year and a half after the jA
company started operation," says '
the company was 'more-or-less He believes the Churchs'
founded by Gulf and Pure Oil Com- only reason for existing
..... panies as an experiment in piping is to save souls.
-. refined products.
.The 'experiment has proven it-
self. SUNDAY
The daily volume handled by the
company is equivalent to about the 11 AM -- 7:45 PM
MERCURYMETEOR800 2r. Seda capacity of 300 tanker trucks. lEach 'Night, 7:45
i Pumpage volume varies between,
28,000 to 40,000 barrels per day. KIDDIES CRUSADE at
You get 7 money-saving, seil-serv- There are 42 gallons per barrel. 7 p.m. each night by Ru-
icing features .. superb roominess Factors influencing the mount by James from China.
of fuel pumped are the kind (the
and comfort... solid ride.., now at low lighter fuels flow faster), the tem-
year-end prices. Hurry-save today. serature behind the amount of pres- A sembly of God

ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY From Port t. Joe the fuel is 'PORT ST. JOE
Pushed to booster stations in We-
Port St. Joe, Florida wahitchka, Blountstown and River Pastor Chas. Harthern
Junction ,before crossing the state


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OR RENT: Furnished apartment 1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico
Oall BAll 7-2665. Mrs. Paul Far- Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot.
er. ifc-2-16 Fully furnished. Ceramic tile 'bath.
Priced at only $10,975.00.
OR RENT: Furnished apartment. 2. Large frame house, over 2,000
Living bedroom, kitchen and Et. of floor space on five acres of
ath, 401 13th St., J. A. Mira, Ph. land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,-
8-4128. 600.
0DR RENT: house on Long Ave- 3. 3.bedroom house, 1 bath, car-
ne fa Elementary School port and 'utility room, on Marvin
all Mrs. Nora Duren, Phone 75471 Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
assume balance of $9,461.56 pay-
OR 'RENT: 3 bedroom house at able at $70.00 per month.
St. Joe Beach. Furnished or un- 4. Lots at Douglas Landing for
rnished. Carport, screened porch fish camps and retirement homes.
id all rooms extra large. Phone Terms arranged to suit you.
18-4286. tfc-7-31 5. Lots fo rsale at St. Joe Beach.
1 block from water. Reasonable.
OR RENT: 2 or 3 bedroom fur- terms.
nished houses. See Robert Mont- 6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good'
omery, 8th St., St. Joe Beach or at investment opportunity.
& P. tfc-7-27 7. 320 acres of woodland, six
.- miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap-
OR RENT: Two 2-bedroom, fur- proximately 300 acres planted in
nished or unfurnished houses. $50 4-year old 'pine ees.
or month. See Bill Carr at 227-8111 8. New three bedroom homes un-
R RENT: Lrge 6-room houTse tider construction on Cypress Ave-
OR RENT: Large 6-room house ld water, nue. $500 down, payments, approxi-
with bath, hot-and cold water,mey $80.00 per month. FE.A.
rge yard and garden. At Over- lately $80.009 per mont. P. 6A.
reet. See Mrs. Hardy at Post Of- 9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660
CO. nc,--E. TOM PRIDGEON
OR RENT: Unfurnished 4,bed- Reg. Real Estate Broker
room house, 2 ,baths, living room C. W. Long, Salesman
tni,- room, kitchen. ,breakfast Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave.


room, utility room, venetian blinds,
,fireplace, gas heat. Near grammar
school. $85.00 mo. Call Mrs. James
Perritt, Phone 227-8581. 4tp-8-10
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom upstairs
.apartment. Close to town on 6th
St. Call 227-5756 or 227-8286. ltp
FOR RENT: 1 'bedroom furnished
apartmnet. 1 'block from town.
Mrs. Charles Brown. 227-4511. tfc
FOR RENT: 7-room house -located
,506 First St. Sale price $4500.
Call 227-8384. 2tp
FOR SALE: '60 Triumph TR3 sport
car. Elec. overdrive, wire wheels,
radio, heater, leather upholstery,
adjustable -steering. Fire engine
red. Reasonable. Phone 227-4001.
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-i onodi-
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
baths, carport, glassed in family
room, and uillty-forom, deep -well,
located on corner lotw' Pay equity
and take up VA loan. Call' C. E.
White at 648-4446. itf-7-20
FOR SALE: 45'x8" Richardson
house trailer with automatic
washer. $2,995.00. Call Bill Rich
at 229-1145. tfc-5-4
FOR SALE: 3 ,bedroom insulated
house. Hardwood floors, wired for
air conditioner and electric stove.
Corner lot, 302 16th St., $8.500.
$57.21 monthly payments. FHA fi-
nancing, 25-year mortgage. $300
down payment plus FHA closing
costs. Write or call collect, Ben
Dickens, 1101 Piedmont Drive, Tal-
lahassee, Florida. Phone 385-1015.
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FOR SALE: Gaited saddle horse.
saddle and ibridle, $250.00. Spirit-
ed but gentle. J. V. Gander, Apala-
choiola, Fya. Phone 653-5111 or
653-4591. 'tfc-7-13
FOR SALE: Twilight mobile home
8x36. Small equity and take up pay-
ments. Phone 648-4394. Mrs. Jerald
Garrett, Rt. 3, 4tc-8-3
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated
home at 1710 Palm Blvd. 700' x
150' lot, garbage 'disposal, TV an-
tenna, blinds and drapes included.
Equity reduced to $1500. Call 227-
2311. tfc-8-3
FOR SALE
Two bedroom house on Palm
Boulevard. Only $6,000.
New three Ibedroom 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.
EPTIC TANKS pump4td out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
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PAINT CONTRACTING
JAMES FLOYD
2141/2 7th St. Highland View
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
big brothers welcome.
Joha H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary:- J. C. Martin.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday!
nights, 8: 00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.001
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gull
Service Stationi, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
THERE WILL BE a regular cornm
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially Invited
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
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-
proval 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 oh-



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Thirty' years ago, there were no less than 750,000
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South 'East PitfioS *r stationus giv ant added "im-sh" dhitttanogA the line taiSO4 tW
COt4I'NUPED FROM PAa E 6 to the petroleum.products as they ,s;lx nch, ...
RobertS explained that. the bodAt- rush across the country hurrying To Illustrate the capacity. of the
to .market. line and the routing problem which
sections to such assessment and The pipeline's path across Geor- the company's dispatch office in
the corrections which they desire gia into Chattanooga, Tenn., via Atlanta is faced with, Roberts said
to have made. .terminals after leaving Bainbridge, 16,710 barrels of fuel products are
Witness my hand and the official leads north to Albany, Americus, contained in the line from Port St.
seal of the City of Port St. Joe, Mac on, Griffin, Chattahoochee, Joe to Blountstown. The entire line
Florida this first day of August, Rome and Lookowu Mountain, near contains 141,837 barrels.
R. W. HENDERSON Chattanooga. All between these These figures, the station chief
City Auditor and Clerk 2t points are booster stations. said, will vary as to temperature.
as Ex-Officio Tax Assessor From Chattahoochee, Fla., to 1 (Continued On Page 8)










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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
SCHOOL BUDGET, 1961-62
Pursuant to the provisions of Section
287-12, Florida Statutes, 1941, notice is
hereby given that a public hearing shall be
held by the County Board of P'iblic In-
struction of Gulf County, Floridti, on Au-
gust 18, 1961, at the hour -)f 9 00 o'clock
a.m., OST, in the County 3Bonrd meeting
room at Wewahitchka for the purpose of


discussing with the citizen of the coumyity
the proposed school budg-t of said county South liasolin is by fr the biggest
for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1 OU961t pe e product "shipped" by the pipeline
and ending June 30, 196-1, which budgetpro t sipe y e pipeline.
is summarized as follows: Roberts explained there are num-
1 BUDGET FOR SUPPORI AND iALIN- The warmer it becomes the more
TENANCE OF SCHOOLS.n hand b the products will expand, and con- erous other pipelines in the coun-
11. State Funds, $21,140.00 2. County versely with the cold. try but only a few handling refined
Funds, $26,952.00: District No. 1 Funds, petroleum products. By refined, he
None, Total $48,092.00. Pressure on the line ranges be- etroleum products. By refined, he
B. Anticipated Receipts: 1. State and tween 850 t 1100 pound r explained, ts meant they are rea-
Federal Funds $657,594.00. 2. County tween 850 us e10e tunds er eey to
Taxes, $141,417.00 3. District Taxes $141,- square inch. This pressure assists dy for use when they come out of
417.00. Other Sources, $5,000.00. Total, the stations in detecting leakage th line.
$287,834.00. the stations in detecting leakage
0. Proposed Expenditures: 1. Instruc- along the way. The stations check Petroleum stored in Port ,St. Joe
tional Salaries, $625,303.00. 2. Transpor- alo comes mostly from Texas. Tankers
station, $38,000.00. 3. Capital Outlay, $20,- with each other as to pressure us- comes mostly from Texas. Tankers
000.00. 4. Other Expenses and Reserves,,
$310,217.00. Total, $993,520.00. ed and it a loWs in pressure is de- docking in the local port pump their
H. BUDGET FOR DISTRICT INTEREST products In 15 storage tanks which


AMW 9MM4 n rj t tQMt6t thkst it is edO.ia M OMeatM 6ombid r6 61pie'o eo Awto a
year, $2,85a.o00. a is a leak in the line. Crews are di, total of 972,000 (barrels.
B. AnticipatedRecept s Taxes, $ Patched immaediately:.and th.e break What had started as expert
288.00. 2. Other-Sources. $80,085.00-,. ... .. .thd. started -as -an *xpe i
C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. Bonds, is located and repaired. .m :: ment, has apparently caught on. It
40, 00000. 2. Interest, $16,989.00I.-8. Oth- addition, to this, a company is more economical to ship (by piPe.
D. Anticipated Reserves and Balances at pilot flies a regular route over the line than by other -methods.
end of year, $1,748.00.
MI. BOND CONSTRUCTION BUDGET pipeline from Oha'tanooga to Port According to an Associated Press
A. Balances at the beginning of year, St. Joe. If the pilot detects some- report front New York last month,
Bt nticipated Receipts: 1.ceed School Con- thing wrong or suspicious. he will a group of major oil companies are
237.27: Loans, None. either call one of the terminals or said to ibe in the planning stage of
C. Proposed Expenditures: None.
D. Balances and Reserves at -the end of drop the booster stations a note. building -a large-inch pipeline from
ye. MILLAGE TO BE LEVIED Pressure is maintained on the Baton Rouge into Central Georgia.
The mileage to be levied on the 1J61 lines iby pumps being driven along :' The proposed line, which it is
assessment roll to produce necessary reve-
nue for' those budgets for the ensuing the line (by engines ranging trom understood will be called Suwannee
fiscal year are:
A. County Support and Maintenance 300 to 1,500 horsepower. Pipeline Company, will (be con-
Fund 10 Mlls. : The line is kept in operation 24 structed at a minimum cost of $50
B. District No. 1 Current Levy 10ihu a kept
Mills. hours a day. Dispatches from At- million and operated by the Sin-
C. District Interest and Sinking Fund each la-.ta are sent into the Port St. clair I Company. Other compan-
District 2 Mills lanta are sent into the Port St. clair Oil Company. Other compan-
Complete details of each separate part Joe Station regularly instructing ies said to be participating in the
of the school budget summarized above are
on file and are available for public inspec- what products to .pump and how venture are Gulf, Texaco, Ameri-
tion at the Office of the County. Superinten- n. "
dent of Schools at Court House, Wewahitch much. can, Pure, Phillips, City Service
ka, and will also be available for such pub- The dispatch department in At- and Continental.'
lic hearing, together with all supporting
statements and information. lanta knows at 'all times what pro- The proposed line, reportedly
All interested persons are cordially in- ducts are in each *section of the
vited to participate in this public hearingof the would connect the Evangeline Pipe-
and to discuss the school program and bud- pipeline. Terminals along the route line Company's system (which op-
get for this county for the ensuing year. -
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, will siphon the fuels out of the rates (between Port Arthur, Tex.,
BYGULFCOUNTY, FLORIENDENT. line as they need -them. From the and Baton Rouge, La.) with the
/s/ THOMAS A. OWENS.' terminals tank trucks are loaded Southeastern Pipeline -somewhere
and the products distributed to in Georgia. The hookup, report
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT," dealers and final consumers. states, would extend the market-
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE. Hourly reports are sent to the ing -area to the 'east coast for the
In CLEM E ALtKER, dispatch -department tby the sta- pipelines.
deceased. tions along the pipeline stating Wendell Ramsey, Gulf Oil Com-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Clem Wal- pressure readings. Every eight pany pipeline .specialist, is report-
kedeceased, ane herebyortifiedand hire- hours temperature reports are sub- edly in line for the presidency of
they may have against said estate in the of- mitted. the new company.
fice of the County Judge of Gulf County,
Florida, in the courthouse at Wewahitchka, The products are "shoved" into The way -has (been paved.
lorida within eight pcalendar months from the pipe one after another without The Port St. Joe station operat-
tice. Each claim or demand must be in writ- another liquid being put between ing 24 ,hours a day with a total of
ing and must state the place or residence
and post office address of the claimant and them for spacing, Roberts said. seven men serves a large segment
must sworn to brney ite claimant, his Roberts says that the petroleum of .Southeastern United States
oid accordingto law.PETERS products surge along the route at with a product as vital -to the coun-
Executor of the Estate of an average 'of about five miles per try as blood is to the human body.
Clem Walker, deceased. 4t-8-10 I hour.
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Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship ---..- --. 11,:00 A.M.
Evening Worship .... 7:45 P.M.
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ENTIRE BED OUTFIT
You get choice of wooden or
metal bed. Box spring and iii-
nerspring mattress for only-
Double or Singles
$69.95


ROLLAWAY BED!
Single size. Sturdy metal
frames that fold easily. Com-
fortable innerspring mattress.
$39.95
DOUBLES ______ $49.95
COT SIZE $34.95


S9 JUST ARRIVED -- Trailer Truck Load of Bed-

hl, eE S6TiUo.isprings Make Your Selection Now!
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DON'T GET HOT 'N' BOTHERED
D N .. T. .

WONDERING IF YOU PAID A BILL OR NOT


Did you ever get .a Due Notice for a bill you thought you'd paidT?
If you have a checking account, you'll know what you've paid. A checking
account gives you a complete record of all expenditures; cancelled checks
are your receipts. Start today to handle; your money the smart and
"write" way. You'll enjoy the "cool" advantages of a checking account
with us.

OTHER BANK SERVICES TO HELP KEEP YOU COOL:

* DO BANKING BY MAIL 0 BORROW TO -BUY A POOL,
* SAVE FOR A VACATION ... PR AN AIR COOLER
* 'BUY SAFE TRAVELERS CHECKS WE'RE AIR-CONDITIONED!


Florida national Bank at Port St.Joe
Member FDIC and Florida National Oroup ,of Banks


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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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WE HAVE IT BUILT


Ready To Move In!.

DI RE :AM AND LOOK AT THIS

FR YOUR OMWell Accept Anything of Value for

FOR YOUR UllL i Trade On Down Payment!


In One of City's Best Neighborhoods .

All Masonry Construction -- Paved Streets

City Water -- City Sewer


M. P. TOMLINSON, Broker


PHONE 227.3201


403 MONUMENT AVENUE


THE STAR


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