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 Material Information
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 31, 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 )
 Notes
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


-WENTY-FOU RTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA


THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1961


SInstructs Board Make Corrections for Sept. 8 Hearing



Judge Says County



Document Wrong


Rev. Douglas McAllister
Missionary

Rev. McAllister Will

Speak Here.Sunday

Missionary Douglas McAllister
will bthe bringing the morning mes-
sage .Sunday, September 3 at the
11 o'clock service of Faith Bible
Church in the high school auditor-
ium.
The McAllister family is serving
the Lord .,through the Unevangeliz-
ed Fields Mission and are current-
ly on their way back to Brazil to
reasuine their work in the mission
field They had spent 20 years in
Brazil before coming to this coun-
try on furlough and during their
furlough were with .Source of Light
Missaui in Madison, Georgia doing
translation work in Portuguese.
t.R v. and -.Trs. Ait.'ALiiz;:r nave

two daughl r i and four sons,. all
of wbom aittc-nded i bol .in Port.
Str Joe. The eldest daughter,. Hel-
.en, ,graduated at 'Madison, Georgia,
and .recently was married to Larry
Porter of this city. Victor McAllis-
ter, the oldest son, is in the IT. S.
Navy and is expected to, be reunit-
ed with the family while here.
Fai oii Bible Church 'extends a
cordial invitation to all to hear
the message 'the Lord has laid on
Rev. McAllister's heart and to
shjar in the blessings the Lord
has in store.


Circuit Judge Warren u Fitzpat-
rick recei-ed a resolution from
iCounty Attorniy David Carl Gas.
kin Friday afternoon in his cham-
bers, stating that the county com-
,mission had complied with the law
in their re-districting plan and of-
fered their plan as evidence of this
fact.
Silas R. Stone, attorney for Wes-
ley R. Ramsey, who has filed an
alternate suit of Mandamus against
the County Board, was set to 'ask
the Judge to quash the resolution,
since, in the complaint of the Man-
damus, the resolution didn't com-
ply with the letter .of the law.
Stone didn't get .the chance to
ask for the quashing action how-
ever, since 'the Judge would not
accept the resolution filed by Gas-
kin. An error in the resolution fail-
ed 'to name one of the boundaries
of proposed county commissioner
District Number Four. The Judge
declared the document inaccurate-
ly and illegally drawn and instruct-
ed Gaskin to correct the resolu-
tion and have the corrected docu-
menit presented to him (the Judge)
on Friday, September 8 at 2:30
p.m., EST. .
Gaskin reported that the County
Commission would have to 'meet in
special session, in order to make
bhe correction officially. Judge
Fitzpatrick ordered the commission
to meet no later than September
5 to make the correction.
Stone formally served notice
that he would move to quash the
resolution, after it is corrected, at i
the September 8 hearing.


Two Cars Damaged

Two automobiles were slightly
,damaged in a collision on the Apa-
lachicola Northern Railroad over-
pass Tuesday afternoon.
P. L. Adkinson of Beacon Hill
was following a pulpwood truck up
one side of the overpass. He was
followed by James Duggar of Ma-
con,, Ga. The pulpwood truck sud-
denly slowed ito change gears. Ad-
kinson applied his brakes and Dug-
gar hit him from behind.
Damage to both 'autos was minor
and no injuries were suffered.


Cape San Bias

Duties Outlined

To Rotary Club

The job performed by the Coast
Guard atl Cape San Blas was the
subject of the .program Thursday:.
brouehi .tro the Port St. Joe Ro'arn
Club by Electroni.- Techbniriin
Chief Glendon Pert, commanding
officer of -the Cape San Blas Loranh
Station.
Giving some of the history and
characteristics of the Coast Guard,
Pert told the Olub that the Coast
Guard was an older branch ,of ser-
vice than the U. S. Navy, dating
back before the Revolutionary
War. The Coast Guard is under the
-direct supervision of the Treasury
Department, except during war
time when it is governed ;by the
Navy. Ratings ,and pay of Coast
Guard personnel is the same as
Navy personnel.
In peacetime the -Coast Guard's
main purpose is to operate weather
,stations, both floating 'and station-
ary for the Government. The ser-
vice also mans navigational aids
(of which the Cape San Blas sta-
tion is one) and regulates maritime
regulations and 'provides water
rescue service.
In elaborating on the Cape San,
Blas operation, Chief Pert told the
Club that the San Bias station and
three others on 'the Gulf Coast pro-
vide a triangulation navigational
aid' to all ships and airplanes fly-
ing over or usintag the area of the
Gulf of Mexico. He said the navi-
gational ,aid operated by the San
Blas station can aid a ship in plot-
ing his .position a thousand miles
out from 'the station to a 'toler-
ance of feet. He -said the system is.-
so sensitive tha a ship, 1,000 miles
from 'the station can place their
Liora n receivers on the front of ethe
ship, 'take a fix, move them' to the
back of the ship and take a fix,
and 'measure the length of the ship
by. the diffe ence in -the reading ,.
Chief Pert said that the Coast
Guard also operates the Voice of
America stations throughout the
world and operates ice breaker
ships in the North and on the
Great Lakes.
Guests of the club were Ed
Aaos of Salslbury, Md., D. E. Wil- ,
liams of Tallahassee, Alvin Cook
of Panama City and George Brad-
ford of Apalachicola.


Send The STAll To A Friend


.".. '
CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM-Pictured above is the manager. Back row, left to right: Bill Grimes,
Vitro "slow pitch" softball team which won the Danny Maddox, Jake Koller, John Clenny, Bob
,season championship here in Port St. Joe. The Shaw and Bob Joyce. Team members not pres-
team members are, front row, left to right: Jack ent when the 'picture was made were Blair Shu-
Pursiful, Don Lawley, Ken Avant, Ron Pender- ford, Austin Burgin, Don Laird, B. I. Mobley and,
graft, Billy Joe :Rich yards 'and Jim Avant, team Cecil Pettis. -STAR PHOTO

Vitro Team Wins "Slow-Pitch" Softball Championship


Play in the Port St. Joe Men's
Softball League came to a close
Thursday night when Vitro Ser-
vices took two out of three games
from Woolford's in the playoffs.
Woolford's finished strong in the
playoffs, eliminating Sammy's, We-
wa Bank, and the Lion's Club be-
fore taking on, the Big Red in the
finals. Woolford's 'dropped Vitro in
the first game, 8-1, then lost the
next two by scores of 10-1 and 7-5.
Vitro won he championship for


the regular season, finishing five
games in front of the Lion's Club,
last year's pennant winner.
As league champions, Vitro takes
the "Traveling Trophy" from the
Lion's Club and will keep it until
another 'team wi.n.s the champion-
ship.
The Men's Softiball League was
organized in 1959, and WJOE was
the first league champion.
Standings at the close of regular


season play:


w
Vitro Services, D-3 .... 26
Lion's Club -..-......--- 21


wewa itcna oBan ..... la 19
Woolford's Station -....... 13 17
Sammy's Auto Repair 12 18
Michigan Chem. ......_ 1 29
Michigan Ohemical withdrew
from the league .shortly 'after mid-
season, forfeiting their remaining
games.


Dredge Langfitt

Scheduled To

Work In Harbor

The U. S. Hopper Dredge
LANGFITT will commence
dredging operations in the En-
trance Channel of Port St. Joe
Harbor, Florida, on or aoout
August 29, 1961.
Due caution should be observ-
ed by mariners approaching the
dredge. -Approach at slow speed,
blow passing signals, and do
not attempt to pass until the
dredge answers signals. Proper
signals will be displayed from
the dredge at all times.



McNeill Granted

Largest Oyster

Lease In State

The Florida State Cabinet grant-
ed its largest oyster lease ever
Tuesday-679.3 -acres in Walton
County waters-to James McNeill,
Jr., of Port St. Joe. McNeill oper-
ates the Indian Pass .Seafood Com-
pany and the Florida Can Com-
pany at Indian Pass.
'Ernest Mitts, 'director of the salt
water fisheries division of the
Conservation Department, said the
McNeill lease would help make
Florida the number one oyster pro-
ducer in ithe nation within 10 years.
McNeill said he would invset
$800,000 during the next three
years in the Walton County .beds.
He said oyster beds in northern
waters were being 'destroyed by a
fungus 'disease which would pro-
vide Florida an opportunity to be-
come the number one producer.



Robert C. Collier

Services Today

Robert C. Collier, age 66, passed
away at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, Aug-
ust 29 at the Villa Rest Nursing
Home in Pensacola. He had suffer-
ed a stroke six years ago and had
been ill ever since.
Mr. Collier had lived in Gulf
County in the Beacon Hill area
since 1936. He was a retired car-1
penter. Mr. Collier 'had served in
World War I and was a member
of the Willis V. Rowan, Post 116
American Legion.
Survivors include five sons: Rob-
ert M., Raton, New Mexico; Henry
E., McGregor, Texas, Herman L.,
Goldsboro, North Carolina, B. A.
and W. A. of Port St. Joe; four
sisters, Mrs. Noel H. Guilford, Mrs.
Newell Thornhill, Miss Sara Collier
and Mrs. Roy Whitwood all of
Lakeland and 11 grandchildren.
Funeral services will 'be held this
afternoon at 3:00 ,p.m.. from the
Long Avenue Baptist Church, with
the Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor, offi-
ciating. Interment will 'be in the
family plot in Jehu Cemetery, We-
wvahitchka.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. .Joe is in charge of arrange-


ments.



Art Classes to Hold

Registration Sept. 7

Registration will be held Thurs-
day, September 7 at the County
Supervisory Offices in the Centen-
nial Building for a basic drawing
and sketching art course. The art
course is open to adult students
under the sponsorship of the Gulf
County Adult Institute.
Classes will begin the week fol-
lowing registration with classes to
be held either Tuesday or Thurs-
day nights from 7:00 to 10:,00 p.m.
in the Port St. Joe High iSchool
Building. Registration expense will
be $3.00. The course will be taught
by Mrs. Lila S. Brouillette. Regis-
tration will be held from 2:00 p.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
All art supplies .and materials as
needed must be paid for by the
student. The class will be limited
to 30 .students, due to lack of in-
structors and class room space.
The class will last for about eight
weeks.
Those interested in taking the
course are Invited to register next
Thursday and discuss the project
with the instructor.


PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL students gather
outside the .school ,gymnasium Monday morning
in preparation for the school' opening. Most of


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 'pupils show their ingen-
uity by getting in the shade and under the
trees so our camera couldn't iget a clear shot.


'the students were "ready for Ibusiness' with note
.books, .pencils and other school tools in hand.
---STAR PHOTO


The shade-seeking however was due to 'the hot
morning Monday. Most of the students 'appeared
to be ready for school to start.
----STAR PHOTO


1983 Students Attending




School In Port St. Joe Area


Youth Speaks On

European Trip

Sonny Dunbar, som of Deacon
Dunbar, 'manager of Michigan
Chemical Company in Port St. Joe
was the speaker at the Kiwanis
Club luncheon Tuesday at noon.
Young Dunbar has just returned
from a tour of Europe and he told
of experiences there. His talk was
illustrated by the showing of some
colored slides he had taken on his
trip.
Dunbar traveled, in Germany,
France, Italy, Austria, Finland and
Lapland. During the course of his
travels he talked with 'the people
in the countries, including some
Communists. Dunbar told the club
that the Communists were well


Enrollment Shows Slight Increase;

Two Schools Suffer Space Shortage

. .Gulf Cosunty .,,.ls in the Port View Elementary .School.
St.. Joe- area joined .their door Richards reports that the Ele-



Monday with a pupil load of 1;983,
for a slight increase over last year.
Two schools -predicted that their
enrollments would swell by about
50 pupils .after Labor Day.
All but two of the area schools
reported that they had enough
classroom space to adequately care
for their needs. Two of the schools
were suffering from crowded con-
ditions.
The entire Gulf Cuonty School
system opened its doors with a full
complement of teachers except for
one instructional unit in Wewa-


imentary
enrollm e]
year's aen
year of 1
year of
school hi
'dents in,
Richard
plement
space ito
HIGH
Princip
the Hig
School is
ed bv inc


indoctrinated in their beliefs and hitchka. According to Superinten- -
refused to believe 'the American dent ,of Public Instruction Thomas school is
story related to them by the speak- A. Owens, the Wewahitchka High enrollmey
er. School is still looking for a science rington
Even the "friendly" Europeans 'teacher. will 'havy
stood' in disapproval of the Ameri- PORT 'ST. JO-E HIGH students
can giant being so reluctant to Principal Leroy Bowdoin told more be
use its muscle. The Star yesterday afternoon that The sc
Communism is gaining hold in his school had 634 pupils now en- they are
Europe, the speaker said, because rolled. He said this was an increase class is
of the lack of education of alults. of 40 students over las' year's W
However, schools now are stressing average enrollment. princip
languages and sciences io the youth Bowdoin, said that he had a full i.ngton H
in an effort to hike the literacy faculty. has a bi
rate. In 'the way of space, Bowdoin 'are meet
Dunbar said that he read some said the school had adequate class-' able.
of the Communist literature cir- room space for their pupil load, Twine
culated throughout Europe and had but, "we don'" have an inch to worse at
he not been familiar with the U. 'S. spare", looks for
the literature was so written 'as to PSJ ELEMENTARY to swell
make one believe what they said. In the Port St. Joe Elementary 566. The
'School, which annually gives ithe -.-.----


School this year has an
at of 543 pupils. Last
rollment was 586 (the first
the transfer 'and the first
a student decrease). The
as 'had as high as 650 stu-
enrollment.
ds says he 'has a full com-
of teachers and ample
do their job.
LAND VIEW SCHOOL
al Harry Herrington of
hand View Elementary
probably the most affect-
crease in enrollment. The
.small in size and has an
nt 'of 240. Principal Her-
predicts that the school
ae approximately 40 more
after Labor Day when
ach students will enroll.
hool has a full faculty, but
hard put fer space. One
even meeting on the stage.
ASHINGTON HIGH
pal Emile Twine of Wash-
igh School says his school
ig space problem. Classes
ting in every space avail-

says the situation will be
after Labor Day, when he
r 30 to 40 more students
his present enrollment of
Washington School had
_^1^P,f n ,qt r nf R4 A n


_- ,111______-- an enrolumentu last year of 544 and,
Gulf school .people troubles, prin- according to Twine, had space
Cancer Group Calling cipal Hubert Richards says, "ev- problems then, even with the les-
Meeting of Workers erything is lovely". ser enrollment.
ee gFor the first time in years, the
school this year shows a decrease Twine said that following th1
Anyone interested in cancer work in enrollment. Part of this de- Labor Day enrollment, some of his
isthe Florida Power Corporaa meetion crease is due to the transfer of classes may have to go on double
thoue Florida Powersday, August beach students to the Highland sessions.
lounge tonight, Thursday, August
31 at 8:00 p.m.
John Carbonneau, assistant to ill List Labor Day Down Period; P ns
the president of cancer work in ll ss b o a Dw n P io is
Florida will be the special guest. I
lorida will be he special uest. Call for Six-Day Operation To December

White City Baptist Tom S. Coldewey, Vice-President holiday. The mill will resume
,of the St. Joe Paper Company an- operations Wednesday, S'eptem-
Church Plans Revival nounced this week that the St. Joe ber 6 at 7:00 a.m. and operate
mill here will operate seven day.- the remainder of the week.
The White City Baptist Church a week as needed for the next few As for a projected operation pic-
will begin a Youth Revival series months. Coldewey said the mill
of meetings beginning on Wednes- will not operate seven dys, a week ture, Coldewey said the mill would
day, September 6 and continuing every week, but only as the work probably run at least six days a
through September 10. Each night load of the mill demands. week (with some seven day weeks)
during this period, services will be The mill has been operating on until the first of December.
held at 7:30 p.m. a five day a week basis since this Coldewey said the operation pic-
Glenn Savell of Clarke College past July. ture of the local mill was slowly
,in Mississippi will be preaching in' Coldewey said the local mill brightening and that the local mill
Sthe revival. The 19-year-old Savell will shut down Sunday morning would operate just as much as pos.
has been preaching for five years. at 7:00 a.m. for the Labor Day sible.


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Miss Martha Blackwell Is Honored

With Bridal Shower At FPC Lounge


Miss Martha Blackwell was the D 0 0 TWilIf V
honoree at a lovely bridal shower PoJo WT i
given at the Florida Power Lounge.
The lounge was beautifully dec- 0 t OI S
orated in pink and white. The en-
trance table, covered with a white The executive board of the Po-
linen cloth, held a little white lace Jo Twirlers Square Dance Club
umbrella under which stood a min- met Monday night, August 28 in
iature bride. Bud vases on each the Al Whitfield home in Wewa-
.side held sprays of pink coral vine hitchka. All enjoyed a delicious
and tiny white wedding bells. The supper after which the board meet-
gift table held an arrangement of ing was conducted.
pink roses in a milk glass 'bowl. Club president, Bill Brown, pre-
The coffee table held a cake which scented the agenda for the next be-
was made in the form of 'a bride., ginner's square .dancing class.
The punch table, covered in pink Members will have a busy month
overlaid with a white crochet lace as .a full schedule has been adapted.
cloth, held a cut-glass punch bowl The first activity will be a cov-
encircled with maiden-hair fern ered dish supper Friday night, Sep-
and pink coral vine. tember 1 to be held at the Cen-
-Refreshments of punch, cup- tennial Building. Everyone is invit-


oakes, ,mints and nuts, were served
to each -guest.


ed to come and enjoy the food and
the fun.


The bride-elect received many -
lovely and useful gifts. ARRIVES FOR STAY
The hostess presented her with Rev. C. J. Buttram arrived here
a corsage of red -carnations and Sunday for a visit -with his son and
an electric toaster as a memento family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Butt-
of the occasion. White carnations ram.
were also presented to her mother -
and sister. VISITING DAUGHTER
Approximately 43 guests called Mrs. Fred Hunt and Miss Cather-
or sent gifts during the appointed ine Hunt of Chattanooga are visit-
hours. ing here with Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
Hostesses for this gala occasion Lawrence. Mrs. Hunt is Mrs. Law-
were: Mrs. Ruth McCormick, Mrs. rence's mother.
Shirley Johnson, Mrs. Sue Ballard,
Mrs. Hazel Simms, Mrs. Florazelle GUESTS OF COSTINS
Connell and Mrs. Aileen Hightow- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
er. C.ostin last week end were Mr. and
Miss Blackwell will become the Mrs. William Kelly of Tallahassee,
bride of Philip C. Ward, Sunday, Mrs. Jimmy Cristo of Panama 'City
September 3 at four o'clock in the 'and Mrs. Clay Cogburn of Tallahas-
afternoon. see.


Long Avenue Circle Meetings


Mrs. Lencra Conger.
i :. *:. .*
I Circle Number Five met Tuesday
'evening with-Mrs. J. Core, Mrs.
N. G. Martin, Circle Chairman,
presided over the business session.
The program from the Royal Ser-
vice magazine was presented by
Mrs. Gene Fowler, Mrs. Cawthon
Williams, Mrs. Joel Harris, Mrs.
Martin *and Mrs. Core. The hostess
served refreshments during the so-
cial hour.
4. .:. .:.
Circle Number Six met Monday
evening with Mrs. B. A. Collier.
Ten members were ,present and
two visitors, Mrs. John Howard and
Mrs. Sammie Dean and three new
members: Mrs. Charles George,
Mrs. Charles Harris and Mrs. Gary
M'anz. The hostess served refresh-
ments to Mrs. Ferris Tarantino,
Mrs. Danny Maddox, Mrs. Wayne
Gay, Mrs. Charles Marshall, Mrs.
Joe Fortner, Mrs. Russell Goolsby,
Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Mrs. Tony Pe-
terman, Mrs. James Atkinson, Mrs.
Howard, Mrs. Dean, Mrs. George,
Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Manz.


County Agent's

Notes .

By CUBIE -R. LAIRD
Gulf County Agent

ARIZONA CYPRESS AND RED
CEDAR SEEDLINGS
I have the information from Gulf
County Forest Ranger, Mr. Alton
Hardy, 'that the Florida Forest Ser-
vice will have an ample supply -of
Arizona Cypress and Red Cedar
seedlings for sale this fall to fill
-all orders. Orders for seedlings, in-
cluding Slash Pine, will be accept-
ed through October 1, 1961. Prices
for seedlings, are as follows: Pine
(all species) $4.00 per M; Red Ce-
dar 'and Arizona Cypress, $8.00 per


M; ,artalpa, $5.00uu per M; Potted
The Long Avenue Baptist Wo-0 ook, Mrs. Barney Early and Mrs. Eucalyptus (minimum of 50) $15.
,man's Missionary Society met in !'. L. Britt. 'per hundred; Cottonwood cuttings,
circles to -discuss :the August Roy-I :Q* < .:* $10.00 per M. The Forest Service
al Service program topic, "Focus Circle Number Three met -in the will deliver seedlings to Wetappo
On the Sunbeam Band." home of Mrs. J. A. Alligood, Tues- Fire Tower for a cost of $0.35 per
Circle Number One met Tuesday .day afternoon, 'with five 'members thousand, or portion of a thousand.
morning in the home of Mrs. W. D. present. Following the program and I have 'order blanks, -and will be
Sykes. Refreshments were -served business, refreshments were serv- glad to assist you in 'making out
during the business session. The ed to Mrs. A. P. Jackson, Mrs. H. your order. Leslie Cobb, County
program -was given 'by Mrs. J. C. Y. Zipperer, Mrs. George M'cLaw- Officer Manager, ASCS, will be
Odum, Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, Mrs. Du-1 hon and Mrs. Keith Ward. here on Mondays to assist you in
rel Brigman, Mrs. Cliff Robbins <* ":4 0 signing up in the ACP program foi
and Mrs. Sykes. 'Circle Number Four met Tuesday federal cost-shares for planting
S; evening with Mrs. Timothy Boone. seedlings and. temporary and per-
Circle Number Two' met Tuesday Sieven. members 'and one visitor ,manent vegetative covers.
morning with Mrs. Raymond Hardy were 'present. The meeting was op- ASC COMMITTEE ELECTION
at :Overstreet. The Royal Service ened with -prayer by Mrs. Kenneth All farmers are urged to vote in
'program was given and refresh- Bateman. The program was given the ASC 'County Committee Elec-
ments served by Mrs. Hardy to jby Mrs. L. E. Voss, Mrs. W. J. Hi- tion this week. Ballots have becn
Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. H. L. Ford, note, Mrs. Frank Pool, Mrs. Wes- mailed to all known eligible voters.
Mrs. T. J. Braxton, Mrs. L. W. Por-1 ley R. Ramsey and Mrs. Boone. The Any eligible voter not receiving a
'ter and three visitors, Mrs. Annie meeting was closed with prayer by ballot may obtain one in. my office,


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"HEADQUARTERS FOR THE GROWING BOY"


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1961
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upstairs in the Courthouse,. Wewa-
hitchka. All ballots must be d>-
livered here to my office, or post-
marked .by August 31. The ballots
will be tabulated in my office Tues-
day, September 5 at 10:00 a.m. by
the County Committee. This meet-
ing will 'b.e open -to the public.
ATTENTION ALL BEEKEEPERS
(Important Letter from
Commissioner Conner)
For many years we have sought
justice !by getting the State food


in this rgeard. I am pleased to
quote to you and the general pub-
lic an .excerpt from a letter from
Commissioner Doyle Conner, dat-
ed July 13, 1961:
"Food inspectors of the Inspec-
tion Division will routinely inspect
and submit samples to assure com-
pliance with the food labeling' law.'
If the name is protected, you can
see what a 'boon it 'will be to the
beekeeping business here.
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labeling law complied with to safe- VISITS FATHER
guard the name "Tupelo" on our Mrs. Harry Adams and daughter
honey, tthereby preventing in- Elizabeth have returned from New-
fringement upon this name by foundland where they visited Mrs.
blenders, mixers and encroachers. Adains father, George Randall. Mr.
As a culmination of more than 12 Bandall returned home with his
years hard work, 'we have finally daughter to visit here in Port St.
succeeded in getting our Florida Joe for a few weeks.
Commissioner of Agriculture to I- -
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FLORIDA RAILROAD AND PUBLIC
UTILITIES COMMISSION
To Have Picnic FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION,
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
ALL OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES
The Port iSt. Joe iChapter, of the NOTICE is hereby given trat the Fljirda
Eastern Star will have its annual Railroad and Public Utilities Commission
western, annua ill hold two (2) public hearings on the
Rob Morris Picnic Thursday after- Petition, as amended, of Florida Power Cor-
poration for authority to modernize and
noon 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. simplify, through modernization, revision
C. W. Long at 137 Hunter Circle. and adjustment, its rate structures, rates,
mcate schedules, billing adjustments, Tate
The picnic will begin -at 6:00 p.m. base and rate of return governing the rates
for electric service, presently in effect and
All Stars and their familise are on file with this Commission. This proceed-
invited to come and .bring a cover- ing was initiated as a result of investiga-
invited to coe and ingtions and conferences between Petitioner
ed dish. and the Commission and a determination
that a thorough review and revision should
be made of Petitioner's rate structures and
rate schedules.
The first hearing will commence at 9:30



purpoand exhibits of the electric company. Cross
hearing nor will opposing parties be allowed
at 9:30 A.M, Tuesday, DOcto ember 5. 1961,
Assembly Room on the Third Floor of the





Mr. and Mrs. David Devonn Tip- t. Petersburg City Hall in St. Petersburg
ton announce the birth of a baby Florida and shall continue from day to day

girl, Deb:bie Faye on August 21 ,at nesses will take place. .\lo, at said ec.:.nJ
the Port tSt. Joe Municipal Hos ei- eangter as determine by the C -ff
ion. This first hearing will be for the sole







pu. portnity to prese of rece suciving the direct testimony
and exhibits asof the electric compare. Ir thoss



event evidence nbe per emitted at t hisona
CARD OF THANKS hearing, the electri opposing panyrties be allcross
to texamine and owever rebuttal evider, r ihe
tunlity to tank each ,of you tor It is alleged in the Petition, as amended,
that adoption of the proposed new rate
the cards, Flowers, visits and gifts schedules will result in a revenue reduction
I received, during my recent .sfay oft lorida ow 1 .Corporatiop pficpro I.
'at the Municipal Hospital. of the proposed modernization and retail
on various classifications of r itce, differ
THERON RUSS, III ent rate blocks, and bills of iir.nJl cup.
tal. pr opposed rate schedules, etc. C.hiAt of t o.y
andmexhibits ase hebd ne .vdre r, the







CARD OF THANKS posed rate schedules, billing adjustments,
charges and rate base are tvid able for
With dep gratitude I would like to take this oppo review by the public during egar apply at r bua
tunit to an of o fr It is ours allegetin the Petition, offices :.f Famended,



like to thank any 'friends for the Poer corporation,g 101 Fifth Street South
cards and flowers received at the St. Petersburg, Florida, and at the omate
I received during my recent ay mission's offices in Tallahassee, Florida Power Corporation .approl-


atime of e Municipadeth of my mother By DIRETION of hairmonan Wilbr 0.
Mrs. G. D. Core. various cmmiassificationer erry W artery aiffnd
THERON RUSS, III ent rate bls ioner E dwin L. Mason, as and con-


tomer mMRS. L. W PORTER tng the Florida Railroad and ublc
PowUtilities Corpormmissation, 101 Fifthis 24th day' of

------ ------- August, 1961.
car Wat Adflowers Get Reived at the St. Petersburg, FlorTIVE SEREnd atRY 2t
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 2t


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State Director of Civil Defence

"It would -appear from reports rays in all directions similar to
that considerable misinformation' light, and heavy .penetration of the
is being given to the public re- human body can cause severe sick-
garding radioactive fallout and the
construction of protective shelters", ness, and in ~he event of over ex
it was stated by Colonel H. W. Tar- posure will cause death. Since these
kington, State Director of Civil De- gamma rays are similar to x-rays,
fense. Radioactive .fallout, he ex- their penetration can only be
plained, consists of invisible, and stopped by shielding. There is no-
sometimes 'barely visible, particles thing mysterious about radioactive
of soil, buildingss, and other matter fallout, there is no mystery drug
whch .has been literally atomized that can be taken to lessen its ef-
by the explosion of a nuclear wea- feats, and there is no protective
pon. Thousands of tons of matter clothing. The only protection a hu-
are carried into theo upper air and man being can secure is to be coy-
drift to earth downwind for hu.n- ered by material which is sufficient-
dreds of miles. These particles are ly dense to absorb the gamma days.
.made radioactive and emit gamma The emission of gamma rays is



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production and is thus able to bring the price
down. A survey in our own store shows that, in
the past 10 years, for every drug that rose in price
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eatalatod that apprioialetly oo000
todntgIns per hour 1Will e emitted
by fallout in the inimmediate area
outside the blast and heat area of
a detonated nuclear 'bomb where
persons would survive. Persons ex-
posed to over 600 roentgens in one
hour, or 100 roentgens for six
hours, would not survive. Radioac-
Itivity decays with time, therefore,
shelter is recommended for a per-
iod 'of two weeks, at which time
the roentgen rate would probably
be negligible.
In order to have an adequate


lhiickneasof material be betweea
thd radioactive fallout and the perI
sons inside. Commonly av.aiiabll
shielding materials are steel, con-
crete, earth and wood. Half-value
layer thicknesses of these materials
is 0.7 inches of steel, 2.2 inches of
concrete, 3.3 inches of earth and 8.8
inches of wood. This means that an
outside radiation of 300.0 roentgens
would be reduced to 1500 ronetgens
by passing through 2.2 inches of
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exchanges in an amount sufficient to pro-
vide a reasonable return on its property
used and useful in rendering local exchange
telephone service to the public, and that a
public hearing will be held on said applica-
tion at 10:30 A.M. Eastern Standard Time
(9:30 A.M. Central Standard Time), Wed-
nesday, September 6, 1961, in the City Hall
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida. Said
hearing shall be for the sole purpose of re-
ceiving direct testimony and exhibits of
the telephone company. Cross examination
will not be permitted at that hearing, nor
will opposing parties be allowed to testify.
However, a second hearing will also be held,
to commence at 10:30 A.M. Eastern Stan-
dard Time (9:30 AM. Central Standard
Time) in the City Hall of the City of Port
St. Joe. Florida, on Tuesday, October 17,
1961, at which hearing cross examination
of the telephone company's witnesses will
take place. Also at said second hearing the
Commission staff and all other Interestde


of aiproxihatidly 2 iuolosf of con-
cr te Would M bd iqili'ed to reduce
th radiation of 8000 roettgens per
hout ,to approximately 3 roentgens
per hour within the shelter, and
this 'amount would be harmless.
It can readily be seen that the
approximate two inches of concrete
in the nromal house constructed of
concrete blocks would afford little
or no protection to the occupants.
The bearing walls in present hous-
es could not support the weight of
concrete or earth that would be re-
quired to afford 'the ceiling protec-
,tion against g a mma radiation.
Without extensive remodeling and
sealing of entries such as windows
and doors it is not possible to
utilie present house construction
for adequate shelter. The exception
of course are those few houses in
Florida which have underground
basements, in which basement shel-
ters can Tbe constructed.
Since gamma rays are similar to
light 'they do not go around cor-
ners, therefore little or no radia-
'tion can enter .shelters through the
designed ventilators which can .be
equipped with a dust filter. All
persons constructing a fallout
.shelter should consult their local
Civil Defense officials as to the
adequacy of their proposed shelter.

Minutes of the
County Commission

WEWAHITCH KA, FLORIDA
August 22, 1961
The Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, met this date in regu-
lar session with the following members
present: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Neva
S. Croxton, Leo Kennely and A. J. Strick-
land. The Clerk, Sheriff and Civil Defense
Director were also present.
The meeting came to order at 6:30 p.m.
The Chairman opened the meeting with
prayer.
Commissioner Croxton inquired about a
special fund that could be used for a His-
torical Society and stated that Mrs. Ned
Porter and Mrs. R. H. Brinson had ques-
tioned her about this fund. The Clerk ad-
vised that such a fund has never been
created by this Board.
A discussion was had with reference to
the need for air-conditioning the Court room,
after which, there was a motion by Com-
missioner Strickland, seconded by Commis-
sioner Kennedy adn unanimously carried,
that the county advertise to purchase two
(2) five ton air conditioners, installed in
the court room.
Whereupon, there was a motion by Com-
missioner Kennedy, seconded by Commis-
sioner Croxton and upon vote was unani-
mously carried, that in order to meet the
necessary expenses chargeable to the County
funds, the Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County, Florida, hereby, declare the
tax rate on the dollar as set opposite each
fund listed below, and is hereby levied, as-
sessed and is hereby imposed upon all of
the property lying within the County of
Gulf and State of Florida, on the first day
of January A. D. 1961, as follows:
MILLS
General Fund ................. 7.4
Fine and Forfeiture Fund ....... 2.8
Road and Bridge Fund .......... 1.7
Dead Lakes Water Management
District .................... 0.5
Florida State Board of Health .. 1.0
St. Joseph Fire Control Dist .... 0.5
TOTAL ....................... 13 9
Whereupon, the Board of Public Instruc-
tions of Gulf County, Florida, having certi-
fied the rate of millage necessary for the
-County School Funds, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida,
hereby declare the rate on the dollar upon
all property lying and being within the
County of Gulf and Stae of Florida, on ahe
first day of January, A. D., 1961, as fol-
lows:
County Current School Fund .... 10.00
Special Tax School District
Current Fund ............ 10.00
District Bond Interest & Sinking
Fund: District No. 1 ...... 2.00
TOTAL ...................... 22.00
The Board authorized the Farm Agent to
attend the National Association of County
Agricultural Agents to be held on Septem-
ber 9 through 16 in New York City.
The Clerk was directed to place the name
of Yolande Strange on the County Indigent
roll at $15.00 per month beginning this
date and to discontinue payments to Lee
Perry.
There being no further business to come
before the Board, the meeting adjourned.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
CLEM WALKER,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Clem Wal-
ker, deceased, are hereby notified and re-
quired to file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf County,
Florida, in the courthouse at Wewahitchka,
Florida, within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication of this no-
tice. Each claim or demand must be in writ-
ing and must state the place or residence
and post office address of the claimant and
must be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will become
void according to law.
/s/ DAMON PETERS,
Executor of the Estate of
Clem Walker, deceased. 4t-8-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
LOUVERNE C. WE1TZEL, Plaintiff,
V.,
DEAN WOODY WEITZEL, Defendant.
NOTICE TO: DEAN WOODY WEITZEL,
whose place of residence is c/o Rawl's Ma-
chine Shop, Selma, Alabama.
On or before the 25th day of September
A.D. 1961 the defendant, Dean Woody Weit-
zel is required to serve upon Heon. Cecil G.
Costin, Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the Clerk
of said Court, the original of an answer to
the Bill of Complaint filed against him
herein.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court at Wewahitnhka, Gulf County,
Florida, this 18th day o( August, A.D. 1961.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-8-24
In re: Docket No 6395-TP ]
BEFORE THE FLORIDA RAILROAD )
AND PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION)
NOTICE OF HEARING
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph
Company has filed with the Florida Rail-
road and Public Utilities Commission an
application for authority to increase its
rates and charges at certain of its local


parties will 'be given an opportunity to
present such relevant testimony as they may
desire. In the event testimony is offered at
said second hearing, the telephone com-
pany may cross examine and offer rebuttal
testimony at the same hearing, or apply at
that time for a further hearing.
The present and proposed rates applica-
ble to subscribers in the Port St. Joe ex-
change and The Beaches exchange are as
follows:
Present Proposed
Business One Party $8.75 $9.50
Business Two Party 7.75 8.25
Business Four Party 5.75 6.25
Business Multi-Party 6 25 7.00
Residence One Party 4.75 5.25
Residence Two Party 4.00 4.45
Residence Four Party 3.25 3.50
Residence Multi-Party 3.60 4.00
New Installations and
Outside Moves 3.75 5.00
Reconnections for Non-pay 1.00 2.50
Other Reconnections 1.50 2.50
This notice will be published once a week
for two consecutive weeks pursuant to order
of the Florida Railroad and Public Utilities


Commission dated August 8, 1961.
ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE &
TELEGRAPH COMPANY
BY: Irene Wealsh, Secretary
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given of intention to
register in compliance with Chapter 865.09
Florida Statutes the Name, FLORIDA CAN
COMPANY, Indian Pass Beach, Port St. Joe,
Florida.
JAMES T. McNEILL, Owner 4t8-24
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This is being written at 5:00 in the A.M. Tuesday
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Letters To American


'In appreciation for sending them
to this past summer's session of
Boy's State in Tallahassee, candi-
dates Larry Davis, Richard Thomp-
son and David Nance wrote the
following letters of appreciation to
the American Legion, sponsors of
the annual activity.

Willis V. Rowan, Post 116
Dear Commander:
I really don't 'know how to start
thia letter telling you about my
week at Boy's State. Words will
not express how much -this week
has- meant to me. I have had many
experiences which I will never for-
get all my life. I feel that I have
extended my knowledge of Flor-
ida government and how it func-

I think the Legion can really be
proud of the -men that work with
us the week of Boy's State. They
are men really dedicated to -their
work and represent the Legion
with much dignity.
While here at Boy's State I have
had the opportunity of meeting the
State Commander of the American
Legion. I think -this man is a very
dedicated man to his work in the


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-to the ti tuibs .of the Post.
jtiri. truly,
LARlY DAVi

Legion Post w aV R.ow Post i
Dear Gentlemen,.
It is with a grateful heart that
legion. I hereby notify you that my won-
I would like to take this time to derful week at Florida Boy's State
form you of my accomplish- has come to a close.
hents this -week at Boy's State. I I, and all of the fellows here,
ave had very good luck in all my have had many remarkable exper-
lections. My first office I held was fences this week. True, we are tired
hat of Postmaster for my city. to the extent that we are glad it
'he next office was that of City isn't two weeks.
councilman. Then on the county I have run for several offices
level I was elected County School while 'here, but succeeded in only
uperintenlent of Public Instruc- the County Tax Assessor's election.
on. Then I was nominated from After breakfast this morning,
ay party, the Nationalist, for Larry, David -and I will be leaving
tate Senator. I was elected to for Port St. Joe. I now certify that
tate Senator over the Federalist my quarters in. West Hall Dormi-
andidate from my district. I think tory are in just as good shape as
his was the most interesting of- when I moved in Sunday. (If you
ce I could have held because we wanted to be destructive you could-
ad three meetings of the Senate n't-there isn't time!)
nd we passed our own bills for Sincerely, I thank. you for your
oy's State to go by. Now my big- selection of me for this honor.
est honor I have received came in Yours truly,
general assembly. It was announc- RICHARD THOMPSON
d that I was a candidate for Bov's : .:.
action in Washington, D. C. There Willis V. Rowan, Post 116


are seventeen nominations and Gentlemen of the Legion
there will ibe two selections and I have sincerely enjoyed, repre-
two alternates. They will let us sentin.g Port .St. Joe at Boy's State.
know -the results tonight at the I truly believe that I have gained
Governor's Ball (June 23). knowledge which will better en-
I had better close now for we able me to be of greater service to
are really busy. I would appreciate my community, state and nation.


I have held the offices of Assist-
,ant Sanitation Chief and County
Commissioner. Again I would like
t oextend my deepest appreciation
to 'the American Legion for spon-
soring me to this very educational
and meaningful meeting. Gentle-
men,, I thank you.
Cordially yours,
DAVID NANCE

(Even though these letters were
written on June 23, they still ex-
press, plainly, what Boy's .State
means in the life of a boy fast
becoming a man.)


Social Security

Information

Nationally, 160,000 folks who
were turned down before -can now
get monthly Social Security pay-
ments," according to John V. Ca-
rey, District Manager -of the Pan-
ama City; district office. They can
now (qual'iy becausee Congress has
reduced -the length of time a per-
son must work to get retirement
or survivor payments. Some of
these 160,000 folks. live in the Pan-
am'a City 'district area. They in-
'.elude not only the older workers,
but the families 'of deceased work-
ers as well.
Carey. urges all persons who
were 'turned down before, because
they or the breadwinner in thlir
family hadn't wroked quite long
'enough, to get in touch with their
Social Security 'office. He also
wants to remind -the mhteir pay-
ments can't start until a new claim
is made. The work requirements
for disability 'consideration were
not changed-a severely disabled
individual must still have five full
years of Social Security work cre-
dits in the ten year period before
his disability.,started.
Carey advised that Congress
made other changes in iSocial Se-
curity. For full -information, con-
tact your nearest Social Security
office. The office for this area is
located at 1135 Harrison Avenue,
Panama City, Phone POplar 3-5331.
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FLORIDA ARDEN INFORMATION


- By HERVEY SHARPE
'Fla. Agricultural Ext. Service
Don't let the heat of the August
ann fade the green thumb ambition.
At least retreat to the shade and
check on th mechanics of the bob-
by, for this is no time for a clash
oi ,me tie against metal


:'Time spent now readying-up tools


'and implements will save tifie la-
ter when the fall gardening pro-
gram gets in full swing.
Sharpen all cutting tools-taking
uot the nicks and gaps; oil and ad-
just the mechanical helpmates-
such as the lawn mower; 'and re-
place the broken tools-stuch as
,the crumpled rake you backed *he


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.


if the1 lAY wate 1Jilla1 a.ti.
tg you to set a fast pace to reach
the other side of the garden with
a full cargo, then replace the buck-
et.
But don't throw it away. Instead,
nail the pail to the garage wall, bot-
tom first, and use It for a watering
hose storage rack. The sloping
sides of -the pail keep the coil of
-hose neatly in place.
Be sure to locate the hose rack
in an out-of-way place so that it
will not become a fteder scraper or
a head bumper.
When th etool fitting an dstorage
inventory activities are completed,
check your garden plants.
Some of the plants may have 'tak-
en on a nwe look while you were
away on vacation. Most of them
will look better after a rest from
over-care,-but a few may be 'ailing.
SBe alert to an .ailment of hibis-
cus. It is lnown as "black splash".


OY ttme a'e 6lobased Woa
spots on young stems and 'irigulai1
spots on the leaves. Lowei leaves
-are usually affected first. Late&'
the leaves turn yellow and fall.
Some areas of -the fallen leaves re-
main *green.
Other symptoms include bark
sluoghing from the plant and roots,
death ,of the new shoots, decline
and death to the plant.
Plant Pathologist H. N. Miller,
with the Agricultural Experiment
Stations, has been unable to dis-
cover the cause of the disease. He
thinks that black splash could be
caused by poor nutrition, water-
logged soil, or heavy infestation of
root-knot nematodes.
Until the cause of .black splash
Is known, Dr. Miller says that prun-
ing out the ailing wood and improv-
ing the growing conditions will be
helpful.
The next three months are the
best for planing choice annuals in


Sizes
29 to 36


99


y They're the newest handsome new Glo-
twist fabric ivy styled with slim, tapered
legs. Wash 'n wear, of course. New solid col-
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IN CARP'S NEW STUNNERS
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Popular colors, black,
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Same style in can-
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brown, b c I ack
sprite green.


SMART, COMFY
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Sizes 399
4 to 10 P
S of t, comfortable
black glove leather
with crepe sole. Sizes
5 to 8, 2.99,
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DRESS SHOES

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Fashioned for dress cr casual
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fort. Leather, composi-
tion or crepe soles.
Black or brown in


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Sizes 9 Sizes
92 to 3 3 3/2 to 6 4
Smart, rugged shoes in oxford and loafer
styles. Durable leather with leather, com-
position or crepe soles. Black or brown.


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Sturdy, economical
black canvas with
thick, nbn-skid 99
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White Professional Type Basketball Shoes
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Stum by spading or iplowifig the --------
land tii'ee or four weeks before
planting time. Rework the scil to The Star Brings Nev
secure a fine, firm seedbed. At
least 1I0 days before planting, work
in the fertilizer. The amount nad


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


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


(Limit Rights Reserved)


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FILL YOUR DEEP FREEZE SHELLED DAILY
APALACHICOLA FULL PINT FRESH PEAS 3 bags 1
"NO LIMIT"

OYSTERS 6Sc RED, BLACK or WHITE
LAST CHANCE AT THIS PRICE GRAPES lb.
TENDER SELECT BABY 1 DOZ. FLORIDA GRADE 'A' LARGE
BEEF 3 ,$-1

LI VER lbs. Eggs Free
HOME OWNER and OPERATED WITH $10.00 ORDER or MORE
E. J. RICH and SONS FRESH VINE RIPE r
WE APPRECIATE your BUSINESS TOMATOES h. 15c
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16 OZ. LOAF
SIRLOINS lb. 79C BREAD 2loaves 27C
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LEAN, LEAN, LEANER I FLOUR 25 Ib. L*90
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STEW H1 POTATOES 10 lb. 39c
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LET US SAVE YOU MONEY BY
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Port St. Joe's Newest Department Store


YOUNG MEN'S & MEN'S

Sport Shirts


299

Smart new ivy styling with
sleeves. Choose from smart
woven plaids, prints, fancy,
solid colors with embroidered
trims. Sizes S, M, L, XL.


A GRAND SELECTION
OF BOYS' NEW

SPORT SHIRTS
Real head-of-the-class
styling smart slip- ;
over villager styles with
tapered waist, oven
plaids, solids and rahcy
patterns. Sizes 6-18.


BOYS' POLO SHIRTS
Short sleeve styles in
and fancy patterns.
Sizes 4 to 12. 71

BOYS', YOUNG MEN'S, MEN'S

Ivy League Slacks


kind will depend on the soil. On
sandy soil try up to four pounds
of a good garden fertilizer per 100
square feet of soil.
Manures are excellent for gar-
dens but are not a complete fertili-
zer. The best buy for your money
is -a fertilizer 'that contains nitro-
gen phosphorus, potassium and a
number .of minor plant food ele-
ments.
If you do use manure on the gar- -
den this fall, be sure to add about
2% pounds of superphosphate to
each 25 pounds of manure and work
this into each 100 ,square feet of
garden area.
Here are aome of 'the annuals
that cam be planted' fro mnow un-
til October. The list includes alys-
sum, Ibaby's breath, blue-eyed Afri-
can daisy, browallia, butterfly
flower, calendula, calliopsis, candy-
turf.t, cape-marigold, carnation, Chi-
nese torget-me-not, corn-flowers,
Flora's paintbrush, painted-tongue,
pansy, phlox, pink snapdragon, sta-
tice, stock and verbena.
.If camellia seeds are ripe they
can be planted in flower pots or
flats-or in the open if they are
protected from rodents. Nick the -
seeds with a file to hasten germin-
ation, because it takes a consider-
able time for moisture 'to pene-
trate the hard seed coat. Camellia
seedlings make excellent stocks for
grafting those choice varieties you
like.
Trim hibiscus if they are getting
straggly. Trimming the 1 e g gy
branches forces new growth and
stimulates flower production. But
aon't trim aaleaza or camellias un-
til after flowering next spring.
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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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6 to 18 2


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


You Aie 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


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serve your family over the (
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the many outdoor and i
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BES
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46 oz. can 25c


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1961


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-8161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the .Poetoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1L75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-4In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word itr given. seant attention; the printed wond Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is Ipst; the printed word **erauins.


Sugar and Spice and All That. .

Our last child started to school this week. She's a lit-
tle freckle-faced girl, nearly six years old and she is ready
for education she thinks. We were aroused at 6:00 in
the morning Monday by the little lady getting "ready to go
to school". Of course after she got there, and couldn't go
get a drink of water or go to the bathroom as she pleased,
her attitude changed-for the rest of the day-and now
school -like everything else we build into something glam-
orous-has turned into the hard Work of trying to mold her-
self into a good, useful citizen. It's a long process, but may-
be she will make it.
She will make it if you are careful.
Yes you.
Our little girl walks to and from school each day, just
as many other children do. and just as her five brothers
and sisters before her did. She has been instructed in how
to cross the street and how she should stay on the sidewalk
while coming to and from school. But, like all women, she is
more than apt to forget what she wants to on occasion. If
it is more expedient to her wishes and desires to wander
into the street on occasion, she is likely to follow her womanly
ways and do so.
We would consider it a personal favor if you would
indulge our little girl in these times when she has whims.
She can't help it. it's just born in her, I guess. And, need-
, less to say, we would be a more than a bit upset if something
should happen to her.
She's nothing special as people go-but in our household
she is something special. As the other kids say, "She is the
baby ')and she takes advantage of this position". But
even with these ways, she is still welcome to put her feet
under our table as lo6ng as she wants or as long as we
are able to provide such table.
You were very indulgent with our other five children,
as they started to school. You didn't clip a one of them with
a ca I-and they were just as bad as their baby sister to be
prone to wander around in the road. We appreciate this.
But we would like to remind you that another child is being
turned loose now, and she needs your watchcare also.
Won't you be careful when you are driving through our
city? Especially when the children are going to and from
school.


Kennedy's Fitness Plan

President John F. Kennedy has asked that every Ameri-
can school carry on a program of physical fitness for every
student enrolled; a program which would require that every
>N, physically able student take at least fifteen minutes of rug-
d exercise daily.
Al11 the studies conducted by the experts in recent years
Jw that American youngsters are out of condition, over-
weight and under-developed, in comparison to the students
in European countries.
This is a poor commentary on the country which boasts
the highest standard of living and the best diet in the world.
President Eisenhower, before Kennedy, called for im-
provement in this vital field, and now President Kennedy has
outlined a specific program. Many of our schools already
have such programs and many of them have programs which
require more than fifteen minutes of exercise a day for all
students.
But some of our schools have not adopted such pro-
grams and some parents are against their children being
forced to participate in such sessions.
It is obviously in the national interest for every Ameri-
can school to follow the President's lead, and urging, and
inaugurate such a physical fitness program. Nothing less
than the very survival of this nation could depend on such!
a program. We are far too fat and complacent in this coun-
try and the soft, undeveloped peoples throughout history
seem to inevitably lose their freedom and independence to
the tougher, hardened races.


DEFINITION OF AN EXPERT
EXPERT-Pronounced "Ex-spurt". "Ex" ... a has-
been. ""Spurt". a drip under pressure.

BAD ADVERTISING
Never brag about the correctness of something you
said; you know how rare the occasion is but there is no use
to let everybody know.


MWJOR SPRINGS


Silver Springs
Rainbow Springs
Ichatucknee 'Springs
Wakulla Springs
Homosassa Springs
River Sink Springs
Manatee Springs
Blue Springs (Marianna)
Blue Springs (Orange City)
Week Wachee Springs
Blue Springs (Madison)
Natural Bridge Springs
Alexander Springs
Silver Glen Springs
Fannin Springs
Morrison Springs
Troy Springs


Motorists Are Reminded have been reminded by Motor Ve- september 1.
Of 'New Driver License Law hicle 'Commissioner Arch Living- Livingston cautioned that only
.--- ston of .the state's new driver's 11- persons whose birthday is in Sep-
TALLAHASSEE (FNS)-Drivers cense law which becomes effective member need apply during thaJt


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BIG SELECTION OF

Costume Jewelry
Take Your 86c
Pick for
ALL MAKES REG. $9.95 and UP
E L E C T R I C
SHAVERS 20% off

47 Piece Set


DISHES
Reg. $19.95

NOW 16.50

8 Juice Glasses 8 Water Glasses and
8 Ice Tea Glasses Included Free


4HE STAR, Port St. Jbo, PfIa


32-PIECE SET


Silver ate
An Excellent Gift Anytime


month.
Licenses of operators whose
birthdays occur in months after
September and 'before September,
1962, are automatically extended
in effect until the last .day of the
licensee's month of birth .and must
be renewed during his birth month.
Some licenses issued prior to
September, 1962, will .be for one
year and some for two years, de-
pending on the year of birth-odd
or even. In 1961, licenses will be
issued for two years to persons
born in an odd year, and for one
year ito persons born in an even
year.


Hall's Cleaners

Wishes to Announce Their Plant
Will Be Under the Management of
Mr. D. E. White Who Has Been
With Hall's Cleaners for the Past
Two and A Half Years.

We Look Forward to Serving You
In the Future As We Have In the
Past.
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Sale Starts Thurs., Aug. 31
YES! THAMES JEWELERS, will be moving to a modern, new location. Our new home will be in the building formerly occupied by the Post
Office Department. The building is being completely remodeled with you-our friends and customers-in mind. At a time like this we feel
that it is only fitting to say that you have made us what we are in the business world. We trust that we "shall ever be mindful of this and that
we hope to strive harder than we ever have to show you that we do appreciate everything that you have turned our way. We invite you to
visit us and take advantage of the great savings we are turning your way. Come in and SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!
Any Item In Our Store Can Be Put On Our Easy lay-A-Way Plan AT SALE PRICE! All Items Must Be Paid for
When Taken Out.


BIG GROUP
WATCH BANDS
Y3 OFF
Regular Price

ONE LOT
WATCH BANDS
$2.00


Watches
BIG
BIG

BIG

REDUCTIONS
Some Marked Down to Only
1 Reg.
2 Price


THAMES' JE
Port St. Joe, Florida


Ladies and Gents
Wedding Bands 1/3 OFF


Reg. $12.95
Princess Rings


$7.95


Boys and Gents-Masonic-Initial
and Birthstone.
R IN GS 12 Price


All Ladies and Girls--Pearl,
Birthstone and Eastern Star
RINGS /2
EXTRA FOR SIZING


DIAMONDS
'Engagement and Wedding Rings
Princess Rings
Dinner Rings

1-3 Of


Sell


$15


5-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE

Service Set
Reg. $4500
$89.00 $45*00
---- LAY IT AWAY
Reg. $2.75 Silverplate
BREAD TRAYS now $1.79


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Crosses Pendants


Opals Pearls

1/2 Price


In 1962, two-year licenses will be
issued to persons born in an even
year and one-year licenses it born
in an odd year. After August, 1962,
all renewal's shall .be for a period
of two years.
VISITS PARENTS
Mrs. Oakland Ard 'of Jay visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Watts recently. Spending last week
with them were Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Norton and children from Calhoun,
Tenn.
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Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.


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Play Hours Sat., Sun.
Dally Holidays
6 to 11 P.M.- 1 to 11 P.M.



CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Investrments With
Giant Returns


FOR k li *,
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: Two 2-bedroom, fur-
nished or unfurnished houses. $50
per month. See Bill Carr at 227-8111
FOR RENT: Large 6-room house
with bath, hNt and cold water,
large yard and garde:s. At Over-
street. See Mrs. Hardy at Post Of-
fice. tfc-8-10
FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish-
ed house in Highland View. Lots
and houses fo rsale at St. Joe
Beach. J. L. Clark, Phone 227-7771.
FOR SALE or RENT: Located in
White City. 3 bedroom, on four
lots. Inquire Mrs. James Godwiu
at White City. $4,000. or $45 per
mo. rent. Owner, 0. H. Taylor, 1222
Oak Ave., Panama City. 4tp-8-17


FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4-bed-
room house, 2 'baths, living room
dining room, kitchen, breakfast
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: 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 RENT: Spacious 4-room first
floor apartment. Furnished. 12th
and Palm. Convenient to schools.
Phone 7-4481 or 7-4261. 2tc-8-24
FOR RENT: Unfurnished nice 2
bedroom house with carport,
laundry room and screened porch.
On corner lot. Phone 227-8536 after
5:00 p.m. tfc-8-31
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 utility room, deep well,
located on corner lot. Pay equity
and take up VA loan. Calf C. E.
White at 648-4445. tfc-7-20
FOR SALE: 3 'bedroom insulated
house. Hardwood floors, wired for
air conditioner and electric stove.
Corner lo, 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.
FOR SALE: Quail. Live or dressed


r.: toi u; k, ii hl'l' highbg r
dressed. Elio Ford. 1316 McClel-
lan. 227-3786. 3tc-8-24
FOR SALE :Just been rebuilt, 4-
bedroom house. 2 bathrooms, 1
complete. Last house on West Du-
val St., Oak Grove. $4900. Prone
227-8382. 2tp
FOR SALE: New 3 bedroom beach
home. Carport. Small equity and
assume mrotgage. Can be GI fi-
nanced. Phone 229-2791. Rev. H. D.
White. tfc-8-24
HOUSE OF BARGAINS! To name
a few-Single and double beds,
mattresses, box and coil springs,
venetian blinds, chairs, couches,
dishes, dinette sets, dining room
tables and chairs, .buffets, dressers,
desks, lawn mowers, electric irons,
waffle irons, stoves, refrigerators,
pictures, water pumps, rollaways,
rugs, sinks, medicine cabinets, ta-
bles, typewriters, TV sets, cook-
ware, ,baby beds, strollers, car
beds, bassinets, and many more at
SURPLUS SALES, 112 Monument.
Convenient terms. Free delivery.
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom house with
den, separate dining room, cen-
tral heating, carpet an'd new blinds
included. Large tree shaded cor-
ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone
227-7946. tfc-8-24


FOR SALE
1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico
Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot.
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath.
Lriced 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, ou Marvin
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
assume balance of $9,461.56 pay-
able al $70.00 per month.
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for
fish camps and retirement homes.
Terms arranged to suit you.
5. Lots fo rsale at St. Joe Beach.
I block from water. Reasonable
terms.
6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good
investment opportunity.
7. 320 acres of woodland, six
miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap-
proximately 300 acres planted in
4-year old pine ees.
8. New 'three bedroom homes un-
der construction on Cypress Ave-
nue. $500 down, payments, approxi-
mately $80.00 per montl. FEPA.
9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $600
each. Terms.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
C. W. Long, Salesman
Phone P27-7741 301 Williams Ave.
WANTED: Cook at Bay View
Drive-In. Must ibe experienced
and, neat. Call 227-3971 after 4:00
p.m. Ite

FOR SALE: Twilight .mobile home
8x36. Small equity and take up pay-
ments. Phone 648-1394. Mrs. Jerald
Garrett, Rt. 3. 4tc-8-3


VIE' ps 115' 110) 11 Nil G


FOR SALE
Three bedroom house, oak floors
garage and breezeway on 90 x 165
ft. lot on Garrison Avenue. Only
$350 down and balance on FHA
loan. Total cost $11,000.
Three .bedroom house on Garri-
son Avenue with chain link fence.
Buy owner's equity and assume GI
mortgage. Total cost only $10,800.
New three bedroom house on
McClellan Avenue, $10,000.
Two bedroom house on Palm
Blvd. Only $6,000.
We can assist you in financing
any of the houses. 3t-8-24
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and 'utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
FOR SALE: Reg. $65.00 21" four-
cycle power mower. Used three
times. Special for only $45.00 cash.
First come, first served. Like new.
FIRESTONE Home and Auto Sur-
ply.
EFTIC TANKS pumped out. Cali
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
wick expert service. tft
PAINT CONTRACTING
JAMES FLOYD
214V2 7th St. Highland View
FOUND adrift in Bay, 12 ft. green
bateux. Call 227-4876 to claim.
Bobby Baxley. It
PLANNING TO MOVE? Let us help
you. Free estimates in town or
'anywhere in the USA. W erepre-
sent MAYFLOWER, nationwide
movers. Experienced and qualified
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
Monument Ave. Phone 227-4051.


WANTED: Lady to run candy bar
at Port Theatre. Prefer 'lady
with no small children. Apply in
person to Port Theatre after 3:00
p.m.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home in
White City. Corner lot, 82'x200'.
With chain link fence. Phone 227-
8825. J. W. Beauchamp. 2tc-8-17
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: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
-'orry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
ion, Phone 7-7501.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first ano.
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All Mast MasterMasons cordially invite
R. A. M.-Regular convocation or
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priesc
Joel Lovett, Secretary


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 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.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
-OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
STATE FO FLORIDA, ex rel
Wesley R. Ramsey, Sr.,
Relator,
vs.
E. C. HARDEN, COR., MRS. NEVA
S. CROXTON, A. J. STRICKLAND,
LEO KENNEDY and JAMES H.
GRiEER, as and constituting the
Biard of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida,
Respondents.
ORDER
This cause coming on to be heard
on .motion to quash the return to
,the alternate writ heretofore is-
sued herein and it appearing to the
'Court .by announcement of counsel
that one of the county commission-
ers .districts is not properly legally
described so that 'the same consti-
tutes a valid commissioners dis-
trict, it is thereupon:
ORDERED AND ADJUDGED
that the return of the respondent
be and the same is hereby quashed
and the respondent is granted ele-
ven (11) days from date hereof in
which to comply with Article 8,
Section 5 of the Florida Constitu-
tion.
Without objection of counsel the
Court sets this cause for final de-
termination at 1:30 p.m., CST on
September 8, 1961 in Chambers at
Wewahitchka, Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED in Cham-
bers at Wewahitchka, Gulf County,
Florida, this 25th day of August,
A. D. 1961.
WARREN L. FITZPATRICK
CIRCUIT JUDGE


Lunch Room

Money Received

Federally donated foods received
for use in school lunch "program in
Gulf County during the past year
were valued at $12,453.70 accord-
ing to a report just received in the
office of School Superintendent
Thomas A. Owens.
This information was furnished
by E. Lee McCubbins, Director of
the Commodity Distribution Divi-
sion of the State Department of
Public Welfare which acts as the
receiving and distributing agent in
Florida for the U. S. Department
of Agriculture.
During -the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1961, foods with 'a fair
wholesale value of $6,262,382.85
were distributed statewide, with 85


other items were also ,made avail-
able :but 'their distribution was re-
stricted to ,disaster relief programs.


@Egin To Fire

.' -Caiun .


jun second stage rocket mo',or.
Three seconds after launch, the
Nike.booster will separate and fall
into the Gulf of Mexico 'about two
,miles from launch site.
The Cajun will continue to push
its "payload upwards .at .a mile per
,second before falling into the .Gulf
of Mexico about 40 miles offshore.


EGLIN AFB-Nike-Cajun rockets VISITORS OF GARDENS
carrying infrared measuring device Rev. and Mrs. Luther Carden and
will be launched from the Egilin sons Byron and George 'of Hart-
Gulf Test Range's tracking site D-7 selle, Ala., returned home last
near Marco, beginning in latter Thursday after visiting relatives
1961. The program will mark a and friends here and in Tallahas-
new phase in the Air Proving see.
Ground Center's aerospace and de- --
velopment mission. THANK YOU
These space probes will be the Our team would like to publicly
first that APGC 'has launched from thank Frank Pate for sponsoring
a site other than its. main launching us, the winning Women's Sotf'ball
facility on Santa Rosa Island near Team, this season. Also James
Fort Walton Beach. Site D-7 is lo- Avant, ithe 'best coach that evei
cated approximately 440 'miles argued with a bunch of females,
from the APGC Headquarters at 'and his able and ever present as-
Eglin. sistant, Ted Grab'owski.








and APPLIANCES
SOLD FOR $59.95-Like new. Box. springs, innerspring

Single Hollywood Bed ----$39.95
mattress and headboard with legs.

SOLD FOR $169.95-Good condition. Nylon cover,

2-Piece Sectional Suite ..._. $79.00
Rubber Cushions By KROEHLER.


ALL TV SETS IN PLAYING CONDITION
21 Philco Television Set -------$29.00

21" General Electric Television Set $39.00

21" RCA Television Set --------$49.00
21" RCA Television Set ------ $42.00

21" Westinghouse Console TV Set $89.00

Complete Outside Antenna as low as $19.95
For A Limited Time With Purchase of TV Set


Second Hand

Westinghouse Refrigerator $39.95

Second Hand

Srigidaire Refrigerator $35.00

Second Hand-Double Size

' Metal Springs -----ea. $4.95

Second Hand Innerspring

3 mattresses ---- ea. $9.95


: S --A-Be .. .. $25.00


A BED $9.95

7-Piece Wood

DINING SUITE $29.95

7-Piece Metal Like New

DINETTE SUITE ----- $69.95


VALUES TO $4.95


ODD LOT ASSORTED ITEMS

Your Choice $1.00
First Come, First Served Quantities Limited


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)iuUois Ji'n r m 'ili rtt ,itm r jo i 'oeat -...,1;ir Will nearly a eii ba'b4ecdia, .6litilv6dit b ty.10I'1- l1
Wits .1. 1- l* t I .L 10 kw. t l>,. ,,,' i" ,payload ?0 ,t 6 at' Pa.t7e S l) and ;i ..a R .
iatble inu titutions, state non-penal ma to obtalh tnfrr oAi d m garUea T 4 LACK W 1 O.N..
institutions, child care centers, ments from the surrounding area
summer camps and disaster relief. and atmosphere, The payload will .
These foods came to Flordia with- contain 'telemetry gear to .transmit
out cost through the federal price experimental data to ground receiv-
support programs and the National ing stations and a radar beacon to
School Lunch Program, and in 'assist in tracking the missile.
schools 'they are used to make a An experimental model of the .
more nutritional meal available to U. S. Army's Sergeant Launcher
the children at the lowest price pos- has 'been modified :to launch the TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
sible. In terms .of pounds of grocer- solid-fuel Nike booster and Cajun OPEN DAILY2:4 .
ies, this amounted to over 22 mil- rocket over the EGTR. The Launch- OPEN DAILY. 24
lion pounds or 490 freight cars. er was obtained through ithe coop- sATURDAY. 12:4.1 P.M.
Among the commodities received ration of the Army Ordnance Mis- i^rROAY ONLY
were applesauce, canned apricots, sile Command, Redstone, Ala., 'r-
canned green beans, dried 'beans, senal. O
beef and gravy, frozen ground Infrared 'data will be telemetered BO HOP
beef, butter, cheese, canned cher- back to rthe rocket's launch site

corn meal, dried eggs, dates, flour, he APGC to the Space Systems
grapefruit sections, lard, dried milk Division for analysis.
canned ripe olives, :peanut butter, The rocket system will.consist
canned 'peaches, rice, canned toma- of two solid fuel stages: a Nike
s et ad, ro turke s Sve,,al. first stage rocket enotor and a Ca- j


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