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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: September 21, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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"
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1961


Jaycees Make Plans For



Bicycle Rodeo In October


Jake Koller -and Tommy Prid-
geon have ,been named co-chair- Elementary P.-T. A. Will Hold First
men of the bicycle safety commit-

Chamber of Commerce and wfll beMeeting of Year Tonight At 7:30 p.m.
responsible for the conduct of a
bicycle rodeo program scheduled The Port St. Joe Elementary Following this, parents are invit-
to 'be held in October. School PTA holds its first meeting ed -to visit individual classrooms,
The Jaycees will have the co- ut the year tonight at 7:30 p.m. talk with the teacher for 'hat
operation of the Port St. Joe City The activities for the evening
Police and school authorities in begin with refreshments being ser- upandfind out what the pro
presenting a one-day bicycle safe- ved in -the hallway of the middle gram for the year will be.
ty rodeo for all school-age chil- building. At this time everyone will The sounding of 'the -bell signals
dren in the community. The ro- have an opportunity to pay mem- the time for the general business
deo program will feature a driv- bership dues for the 1961- 2 school meeting in the 'auditorium. Plan-
ing course to test a rider's skill year.
In maneuverability and know- val isng the annual Hallowe'en Carn.
ledge of safe bicycling practices. will be part of a nation-wide safe- al is one item on the enda
The Jaycees also will offer free ty program conducted this year by Parents and friends of the Port
safety inspections and mark bi- the U. S. Junior Chamber of Comn- St. Joe Elementary Schiol are in-
cycles with reflective tape for `merce to reduce the number of vited to attend and to become in-
-night riding safety. children annualled killed and in- volved in the Parent-Teacher As-
The Port St. Joe Bicycle Rodeo jured in bicycle accidents. sociation.


Taylor Gains UofG Promotion


Takes Over Bulldogs No. 1 Position

From The Atlanta Journal
ATHENS, Ga.-Wayne Taylor has suffered much more
than his share of ill fortune during his three-year football
career at the University of Georgia.
But at 2 p.m. of September 23, But Friday, Taylor ran first
the sun should begin to shine a string in the backfield most likely
little brighter for the sturdy full- to greet Alabama on Sanford
back from Port St. Joe, Florida. Field. Desptie losing several days
Most likely, Wayne Taylor will work after his father's death, and
be Georgia's starting fullback in despite the severe emotional shock,
the Alabama opener. he came back and earned number
one.


The fates 'have seemed determin-
ed that Taylor would never per-
"-Qrm in that honored role. Through-
out his career it has been one
frustrating injury after another,
then the severely wrecked knee
which last spring knocked him out
of practice and onto the operating
table.
This September, the 5-10, 185-
pound Taylor returned to school
honed razor sharp, ready for
his finest start.
And then the heaviest blow of
all. His father drowned in a Flor-
ida fishing accident just as Wayne
was hitting full stride in the Ag
Hill [practice sessions.


"Wayne will be all right," said
Head Coach Johnny Griffith, "his
legs are giving. -him a little trouble
right now, but he was in such fine
shape that losing practice time
didn't really both him physically."
BY MOVING into the first-string
fullback spot, Taylor displaces
senior Bill Godfrey, a two-year
starter plagued by excess weight.


NWFC Conference Sets
Rules for Season

The Northwest Conference ath-
letic district met September 13 in
Chipley at 8:30 p.m. to set rules
and regulations -for the coming sea-
son.
Leroy Bowdoin, of Port St. Joe,
offered his resignation as president
of the Conference.
Nwe officers elected were: Bur-
vin Pugh, DeFuniak Springs, pres-
ident; Wayman Sellers, Marianna,
vice-president; Harry Howell, Mar-
ianna, secretary.
Prices for football gaines in the
conference were set at $1.25 for
adults and 75e for students.
Schools represented were De-
Funiak 'Springs, Chipley, Milton,
Marianna, Quincy and Port St. Joe.
Coach Marion Craig presented to
-a subsequent meeting of the con,
ference coaches -this week a pro-


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the membership chairman, Mrs.
William Wager, at 227-4491.
The Band Parents urge that band
student parents attend their meet-
ings. Mr. Dean is .doing a wonder-
ful job with the -boys and girls and
would 'appreciate more interest
from the parents.'The next meet-
ing date is October 12.
Programs will hbe sold by band


However, Godfrey is fast regaining test of 'a penalty levied against parents this year at all the home
his old form and will be pressing Port St. Joe last Friday night, football games. Individual bleacher
for his old job soon. .Craig notified the referee that a covers will also be sold. By mak-
But right now, it's Taylor at full- play run by Apalachicola was ille- ing ,a purchase of one of these
back and it will probably continue gal and received a 15-yard penalty items, you will be helping the
that way through the Alabama for his troubles. His contention band.
game. For Wayne, it's a payoff that the play was illegal was up- -~ -
which must- seem long overdue, held by the referees in the meet. Want Ads Get Resilte


RUTHERFORD HIGH IS FIRST HOME OPPONENT



Sharks Open Home


Defeat Apalachicola 7-0 In Oyster City In

The Port St. Joe Sharks -came penetrated inside the Sharks five
out on the long end of a 7-0 score yard line but were stymied by the
in their season grid opener against determined play of Carl Zimmer-
Chapman. High of Apalachicola in man, Jimmy Goodma, Clifford
that city last Friday night. The Wimberly, Paul Robbins, Joe Wha-
two fairly evenly matched teams ley and George Boyer. Chesley
pat on a good defensive show. The Fensom and David Nance did a
Sharks showed some nice defensive good job in the .secondary.
play .especially inside their 'own 10 (As a result of the week end
yard line. Twice the Chapman team football play, The Tallahassee


Marvin Avenue Residents




Petition City For Paving


Band Parents

Outline Purpose

For the Year

The Band Parents of the Port iSt
Joe High School held their firs
meeting of the year on Thursda:
night, September 14 In the school
band room. The president, Clif
Robbins, opened the meeting with
prayer.
Th'e officers for the new year
were reviewed by Mr. Robbins as
they were elected last year. They
are:
President, Cliff Robbins; vice
president, Harold Odom; corres
pondnig secretary, Mrs. Marion
Craig; recording secretary, Mrs
Henry Geddie; treasurer, Mrs. Mau
rice Dawson; membership chair.
man, Mrs. William Wager; publi-
city chairman, Mrs. Alfred Joines;
calendar sales 'chairman, Mrs.
Cliff Robbins; program sales chair.
man, Mrs. Robert Williams; blea-
cher cover chairman, Mrs. Jake
Belin.
Bandmaster Herman Dean told
the parents present that he was
planning a concert for the interest-
ed parents and friends to acquaint
them with band members. This will
be in the near future and the date
will be announced.
The big project for the Band
Parents was discussed and that is
-the ,purchase of new uniforms for
the sneior band-the cost and how
they are 'to be paid for.
It was brought to the 'attention
of all that band calendar sales are
slow and they all need to be sold
to raise money. Anyone who has
not purchased a calendar yet may
call 229-1686 and a calendar will
be -delivered.
Membership cards to Band Par-
ents are now on sale and anyone,
whether or not he has a pupil in
the band, may have one by calling


17 Property Owners of Four Block

Area Asking City To Act On Matter

Residents of the South end of Marvin Avenue were rep-

resented by Clyde A. White Tuesday night as they presented
a petition to the City Commission requesting that funds for
paving their street be included in the 1962 city budget. Sev-
enteen home and property owners of this ~'ur block section
of Marvin Avenue between 16th and 20th ,-*. *ets had signed
the petition requesting the paving. ,
*Con:iini oi. ,:.ne". 'o: oLiu Rob ert
Smith sk-d W-'". it' the signers
Lions Club Is of II I'-titon t, willing to
pay a portionn 0, no paving costs.
Making Wakste old the 3ord that since
the City had pav1 several streets
recently, at no st to (property
The Port St. Joe Lions Club is ow,-l .and theb -icumainder of Mar-
receiving donations for Lion. civic vin Avenue had been paved at no
work from now until October 17. cost to property owners, 'they felt
In connection with the donations, that the City should bear the cost.
the club is giving away, free, a Mayor pro-tem I. C. Nedley stat-
12 guage Browning automatic shot- ed that the city will have many ob-
gun. Funds derived from the dona- ligations to meet next year. Nedley
tion drive will lbe used in the wel- told White that until -the budget is
fare fund. drawn u-p to cover necessary -ex-
At this week's 'meeting, District ponditures, the City didn't know If
Governor Tom Prater of Panama paving of M-arvin could be man-
city was guest of the 'Club. Mr. aged this year or not.


Boats, Cars and

STaxes 'Discussed

Y By Tax Collector

Tax Collector Harland Pridgeon
Save the Kiwanis Club 'a few de
a tail's in changes for registering
. boats, purchasing car tags and pay-
- ing taxes for 'the coming year.
Pridgeon said that al' new boats
must be registered with -the Tax
Collector. In purchasing a second
. hand 'boat, the purchaser should
. request the boat registration pa-
pers. He should then fill out the
-sale certificate on the papers, send
It to Tallahassee for changing the
ownership 'of the 'boat. Florida law
now requires that a decal -furnished
by the state 'be applied to the boat
identification number. A boat own-
'er must carry his registration pa-
pers with him while operating his
boat.
In regard to tax statements, Prid-
geon -said his office would begin
making out tax 'statements by ma-
chine this year to Insure against
errors in transcribing descriptions.
Pridgeon said the tax collector
must make out all statements be-
'ween October 10 and November 1
and that before the machine was
purchased the job was hurculean.
'Speaking on auto tag purchase
procedure, Pridgeon said that to
purchase a new auto tag, a person,
should present -his slip from his
last year's tag purchase. "If you
have traded cars since buying last
year's, car, present the slip receiv-
ed with your new car or have avail-
able the information required by
the tag department before going
after your tag. This saves time and
worry later."
Guests of the club were Charles
Skate of Memphis, Tennessee and
Charles Boyer and Larry Davis of
Port ,St. Joe High School.
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Methodists Plan

Party for Youth

Attention to Senior High stu-


-- dents and older youth. ning will include the PTA annual
Port St. Joe, as much as we love budget, a proposed change in the
it, does not provide adequate en- 'by-laws, and PTA projects -for the
tertainment facilities for young school year.
P people. The Methodist Church Is Guest speaker for the evening
G rid P la y F ra y Painfully aware of this difficulty, will be Pete Culbertson, youth di-

'help relieve 'the problem we have Mr. -Culbertson will speak on teen
Planned an after-game party to be clubs and youth activities and
n Season's Opener Last Frida Night held this Friday night in ,the Me- their importance to the commudn-
S a thodist Church .social hall. This is ity.
-strictly efor ntertainmnet and -ev- All parents of High School and
Democrat picked Chesley Fen- punt for St. Joe. He got -off a nice eryone is invited. Jrtainmnunior High School students are
som as runner-up for All Big high punt and the 'speedy George The delicious hamburgers will be urged to attend this very impor-
Bend honors in the backfield. Boyer was right .on hand to cover very competently prepared by the tant meeting.
George Boyer received honorable a fumble when the Chapman receiv- I ladies of 'the church and, sold at
er let the ball slip through his cost. The entertainment promises OLIVER HARPER IN
mention by the paper for out- hands on Apalachicola's 40. Nance "to be delightful and of the type you SECOND YEAR AT SCHOOL
standing lineman.) and Fensom combined forces to will enjoy. Make your plans to at- Oliver Harper, of this city has
The iSharks were unable to do move the 'pigskin to the 'Chapman tend. entered his 'second year of medical
too much in the first quarter un- two where Fensom bulled over for We have also made plans to con- .school this fall at the University of
til Jimmy Goodman was forced to the score early in the second quar- tinue these fun-fests after every Miami School of Medicine. Oliver I
ter. Fensom also kicked the .extra home game. We feel certain that is preparing himself for medical
point. The rest 'of the game was you will be pleased enough with missionary service. His address is
1 mostly defensive with both teams the results to come back and bring Oliver Harper, 10001 West Flag-
missing some fairly -good chances someone else. ler St., Miami, Florida.


..... .. .----- -- ... .u ainca uame Knee) who 'bulled over from the two yard line.
in the second quarter of last Friday's football game Shark quarterback Larry Davis (No. 12) looks like
against Apalachicola last Friday night made by Ches- he's happy about the whole thing. Player in the
ley Fensom (lying back to 'ground by referee's right forgeround is an Apalachicola boy. (Star photo)


to score.
Tomorrow night the Sharks
their home play against Ruthe
High of Panama City. This b
the Rams first year at -foo'
nothing is known about their
pects, however, knowing
coach Ted Cooper, formerly
Bl'ountstown, as well as we
we're sure they will come up
a fine team.
THE YARDSTICK
St. Joe
First Downs -.--.... 7
Yards Rushing ...... 85
Yards Passing .. 44
Total Yards ______ 129
Passing 3-8
Pass Intercepted ...-- 1
Yards Penalized ------ 45
Fumbles Lost ... 1
PICK OF THE WEEK
St. Joe, 21 Rutherford, 0.
Blountstown, 7 Cottondale
Quincy, 14 Milton, 14.
Choctaw, 45 Marianna, 1
Sneads, 14 Lean 'B', 6
'Chipley, 15 Bonlfay, 13.
Apalach., 12 Crawfordville


rfor Don Fuqua Tells Rotary, Citizens Should
being

t Become Interested In Good Politics
their
y of Don Fuqua, Representative from the largset thing we have in the
do, Calhoun County was the guest U. S. He said that 37c of each U. S.
with speaker at the Rotary Club meet- dollar goes to taxes on the local,
ing last Thusrday. Fuqua spoke on state and national level. These
"Why We Should Be Interested In monies go to pay for solialistic
Apal Politics and Good Gwcvernment". programs brought about by politics.
10o Fuqua sai* this section of the' The speaker said that the main
111 state had always been interested ;news and interests of the day con-
10 in politics. It was in St. Joseph cern politics, and if we do not in-
121 that the first political party in the 'terest ourselves in the proper oper-
2-3 state was formed in the 1830's. The 'ation of these political matters, we
0 'party bore the name of the Jeffer- will aid in the casting aside of our
10 sonian Republican Democratic Par-i-freedoms.
0 ty. Fuqua ended his talk by saying
Fuqua declared that our individ- that a healthy interest in our gov-
ual freedoms were creeping away. ernment on all levels is the best
e, 6 He -said this was largely due to a ;deterrent we have to the Commun-
dis-interest in politics. "Politics are istic threat.
2 considered dirty because enough Guests of the club were Bob Wil-
good people do not take 'an inter- loughby and Tink Hardig of Fer-
est in them", declared the speaker. nandina and C. J. Buttram of Port
a 6 Fuqua said that government was St. Joe.


ASKS CD MAN
Bob Sidwell, chairman of the
Gulf County Civil Defense operation
appeared before the Board and
requested that the -City appoint a
person in the City to supervise the
operations of civil defense in the
City Limits of Port St. Joe. Sidwell
said his operation, is asking for
such tan appointment both from
Wewahitchka and Port .St. Joe to
make for :a; better county-wide on-
cration.
A request was heard for a street
light to be located at the corner of
Palm Boulevard and 18th Street.
The Board voted to provide the
light.
Mayor protem 'I. C. Nedley an-
nounced that at the meeting of Oc-
tober 3 the first draft of the new
city budget would be presented to
the Board for study. The new 'bud-
get will go into effect on January
1, 1962. Nedley instructed City At-
torney Cecil G. Costin to provide
the Board with the necessary legal
information for the proper proce-
dure of advertising and final adop-
tion of the 'budget at the next
meeting.
A complaint was aired at the
Board meeting Tuesday concerning
the yard of an empty house on Mc-
Clellan. Residents in the area have
complained that the yard has
grown up and presents a harboring
area for snakes and other pests.
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin was
instructed to investigate the com-
plaint and have the owner of the
house cut the overgrown brush.


Pvt. Benjamin L. Gay

Pvt. Benjamin J. Gay

Completes Army Course

Private Benjamin L. Gay has
successfully completed a course of
14 weeks duration in automotive
repair at the U. S. Army Ordnance
School, Aberdeen Proving Ground,
Maryland.
Graduation exercises were at
10:30 a.m. Friday, September 15.
Pvt. Gay is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Connie D. Gay, Oak Grove.


NUBE 52


-- P- [Y r U I- Y A


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PORT ST. JOE, PLORIBA


NUMBER 52


Prater spoke briefly on "Lion's-
The World's Greatest Force for
Peace". Accompanying Mr. Prater
was 0. Conlon, also of Panama
City.
The Lions latest project will be
to provide oyster shell walkways
around the grandstands at the lo-
cal football field. The Club is work-
ing on that project now and hopes
to have it completed by game time
tomorrow. A, spokesman for the
Club stated that the Michigan
(C''mical Company- has donated
three truckloads of shell for this
project.


High Schodl PTA

Sets First Meeting

The first meeting of the Port St.
Joe High School' PTA will be held
on Thursday, September 28 -at 8:00
p.m. in the High School Auditor-
ium.
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Mrs. Gordon Farris Hostess to Eta
I. If .+ A D.. C: h.i. DL:


Party Honors

Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon


Robinson, 'Sharron Robinson and
Ann Harper. Stetson Pridgeon, E.
J. Rich and David Rich all of White
City.
Sending gifts but not present
were: Mesdames J. W. Plair, Cecil


upsIlOnL Lluper [ Dl DWU 3lImU rnil A surprise birthday party honor- Costin, Sr., Bill Carr, Walter Stat-
ing Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon was held ford, James Terry, Lily Echols, H.
Members of the Eta Upsilon canned candy. Tuesday night, September 19 in W. Starling, Betty Jeffcoat, James
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met The program committee present- the home of Mrs. E. J. Rich with Godwin, R. H. Sewell, Mildred Cha-
Tuesday night, September 19. Mrs. ed the calendar programs and do Mrs. David Rich as co-hostess at fin, Miss Laura Sewell, Miss Lil-
Gordon Farris was hostess to the 'deserve much credit. Hard work White City lian Hayes and Carter Ward.
group and entertained at the City 'and time has gone into these pro- On the arrival of the honor Delicious refreshments of birth,
Restaurant. Those attending were: grams and the committee certainly -guest, all present sang "Happy day cake, potato chips, punch and
Mrs. Jean Martin, Lillian Hall, El- 'did a good job. Birthday" to a very surprised per- coffee were served.
va Jones, Flo Maddox, Lib Ham- son. Andy Jordan was present with On the departure of the guests
mock, Pauline McGill, Janie Mur- Membership and social commit- his camera and caught the surpris- they all wished Mrs. Pridgeon many
phy, Eulalia Slajer, Jerry Ward, tees 'have put their heads together ,e dlook on Mrs. Pridgeon's face more happy birthlays.
June Gay, Wandis Scott, Gladys and have planned the events pre- when she entered the door. |
Brown, Sara Peters, the sponsor, ceding the "rushing" of new mem- After greeting everyone and Elementary School
Bernice Wager and the hostess, bers. The final event which will viewing 'tne lovely birthday cake h Room Men
Sissy Farris. conclude the rush season will be centering the table, Mrs. Pridgeon Lunch Room Menu
Mrs. June Gay was in charge of the Preferennial Tea October 8. opened the many lovely gifts, sur- Port iSt. Joe Elementary School
the cultural program which was An area council meeting will be rounding ,the cake. Those present Monday, September 25
entitled "Painting The Person". held next :Sunday in Milton. The for this happy occasion were: Pot roast and ,gravy, English
Mrs. Frances Garrett demonstrated girls attend church together, then Mrs. 'C. A. McClellan, Mrs. W. C. peas, mashed potatoes, white bread
the proper use of make-up. She ex- luncheon, then meet for business. Pridgeon, Mrs. H. E. 'Rich, Mr. and 'and butter, apple sauce and milk.
plained how to apply make-u/p the Beta iSgima Phi's from this and Mrs. A. P. Martin, Mrs. George Tuesday, September 26
types of skin and how -to cope surrounding areas will be attend- Montgomery and 'Mrs. W. S. Smith Barbecued bologna, navy 'beans,
with different problems. The pro- ing. of Port .St. Joe; Mrs. M. 'C. Brock cabbage slaw, spiced beets, hot bis-
gram was very interesting and en- After the program and 'business .and Mrs. J. Pridgeon, of Wewa- cuts and 'butter, peaches 'and milk.
lightening. Mrs. Garrett is agent was completed all enjoyed a social hitchka. Wednesday, September 27
for Beauty 'Council Products and ime with pie and coffee. A "white Mesdames L. D. Davis, James Hot dogs, snap beans, onions and
has been trained in applying cake- elephant" was auctioned 'and won Harper, J. H. Smith, James Martin, picklee relish, hot dog buns and but-
up and skin care. by Elva Jones. It turned out to 'be J.. F. Miller, James Shirah, James ter, *coconut cookies and milk.
Mrs. Sara Peters presided over a lovely vase. Horton, Cecil Lundy, J. H. Horton, Thursday, September 28
the business potrion of the meet- The girls were dismissed with May Bell Horton, Sarah Horton, Oven fried chicken, fresh field
ing. The -members of Beta Sigma the repeating of the closing ritual Lois Harper, Joe Evans, W. O. Up- peas, lettuce and tomatoes, rice,
Phi have taken as a project this in unison. shaw, Eloise Harper, Bill Rich,' W. I white bread and butter, banana
year the presenting of a scholar- The next meeting will be at the 'C. .Robinson, Eva Weston, R. L. pudding and milk.
ship to some lucky graduate. The City Restaurant. Mrs. Earlene Smith, E. L. Antley, B. A. Prid- Friday, September 29
girls will be working hard raising McCormick is in. charge of the pro- geon; Misses Edna Davis, Rebecca Macaroni 'and cheese, mustard
funds for this scholarship. To be- gram which is entitled, "Her Ma.rin, -Polly Smith, Dianne Good- greens, potato sticks, wheat bread
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Holten of St.
Joe Beach -announce the birth of a
daughter, 'Paula Maureen on Sep-
tember 20.
4 > A l
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)

WMU Circle

Meetings Listed
Members of the First Baptist
Church WMU Society ,No. 1 will
meet in 'Circles in, the following
homes Monday, September 25 at
3:00 p.m.
Circle No. 1, at Church.
Circle No. 2, Mrs. J. F. Daniell.
Circle No. 3, Mrs. W. S. :Smith.
Circle No. 4, Mrs. Emory Stevens.
Circle 'No. 5, Mrs. Ann Whittle.
The WMU Associational meeting
will be held September 28 with the
St. Andrew Baptist ,Church at 9:30
a.m., O.ST. The host church will
serve lunch.
The First Baptist WMU would
like to have a good representation
attend.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank each and ev-
eryone for the many prayers, flow-
ers, telegrams, cards, food and ev-
ery kindness shown us at the loss
of ,our loved one.
May God bless each one of you.
Mrs. 0. M. Taylor
Melton, Eda Ruth and, Tim
Wayne, Sonjisa and Cristie
TEACHERS TO MEET AT
FIRST 'METHODIST
All Church 'School teachers are
urged to meet at the church on


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IVI I JUIP LO This Sunday, September 24, will
O___ be Rally Day for the Church School
The Port St. Joe Garden Club at the First Methodist -Church. Ev-
will meet at St. James Parish ery member of the Church School
House Thursday, September 28 at is urged to 'be present, and new
3:00 'p.m. Mrs. Roy Hallhuan of .t.,e members are invited to enroll.
Panama ,City Garden 'Club will .pre- Activities will 'begin at 9:45 a.m.
sent a program on flower arrang- with regular assembly in, ,each
ing. Special emphasis will be given class room 'to check the records.
to the mechanics of assembling an Every person is urged to report
arraugmeent. She will show what to some class before going to the
aids are needed and how each is sanctuary for 'the program at.10:,05
used. a.m.
Mrs. Hallman is an experienced The Rally Day Program this year
arranger .and well qualified to teach is 'under the direction of William,
the art .to others. Winters, Superintendent of 'the
Te r Youth Division. .Christian Educa-
The Ipublic is invited. There is tion will' be the theme as the
no charge. Door prizes will be church moves into Christian Educa-
awarded. tion Week, September 24-30.

ENTERS COLLEGE
Monday evening, September 25, at Mrs. Sue Spaulding and' dau'ghtrL_
7:30 p.m. Several things of impor- Janis went to Cincinnati, Ohio-'ast
tance will be discussed, and future week to enter Rodney 'Spauldnig
programs and activities will be set in college at the Conservatory of'
up and outlined. Music in Cincinnati.
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[ ,resumip -of regular weekly~~t- vicj .
Mr. and Mrs. James Russell ings la \Sunday. Named ic.p ec
Goolsby, 116 Bellamy Circle an- president, Chesley Fensom; '. ee gedjiur
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Gregory on September 12. Patricia Gri old; treasurer, BrefrIe'book, '"Commuinion, W.
01, o .r. da Ward an chaplain, Bill Fite. .ains."
Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Frederick Charles Thomr was appointed pro, It as announced that the 3
McCall, 1006 Garrison Avenue, an- gram chairmaL .'by the ,president. for EYC for seventh and'. eighth
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Marion Catherine on September 13. for a program \worship, sLudy, with their advisors, Mr. a res.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Mulli- Lord. Correspond ce ,with St.
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SHITCHKA, FLORIDA
A r September 12, 1961
H' [Hoard of County Commnissioners of
Itt Uounty, Florida. met this date in reg-
ar session with the following members
present: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Neva
S. Croxton, Leo Kennedy, A. J. Strickland
and James II. Greer. The Clerk, Sheriff, At-
torney, Road Superintendent and Mosquito
Control Supervisor were also present.
The meeting came to order at 9:00 a.m.
The Chairman opened the meeting with
praver.
The minutes of August 4. 8 and 22 were
read, approved and adopted.
J. A. Sudduth and L. W. Kirkland ap-
peared before the Board and asked when
the County will pave the Midway Pa-k
road. The Commmission discussed this road
at length and announced that said road will
be paved in the future when the money be-
comes available.
C W. ughes, Engineer for the West Flor-
ida Natural (Gas Compuny, appeared before
*he Board and sail hLe w.inted to discuss
the proposed air conditioning of the Court
Poom before the bids are opened. He stated
that the invitation for bids called for two
five ton air conditioners installed in the
Court Room, buIt did iw\ give any specifi-
cations. He stated that two five-ton units
will not cool the Court Room. The Board
did then enter into a discussion on this
matter.
Pursuant to notice published in the Gulf
County Breeze, the following bids were
received to install two five ton air condi-
tioning units in the Court Room, to-wit:
West Fla. Nat. Gas Co., $3,415.00.
N. B. Sammons, $3,375.00.
Smith Refrig. Co., $4,234.43.
MoClamma Elec. Co., $3,254.86.
Auto, Cooling & Htg. Co., $3,038.80.
Smith's Inc, $8,070.00.
After lengthy discussion, there was a
motion by Commissioner Croxton, seconded
by Commisisoner Greer and unanimously
carried, that all bids be held open until
the County Engineer can make a recom-
mendation as to the proper electrical wir-
ing requirements, for the air conditioning of
the Court Room; that each of the above
bidders submit an amended bid that will
include the installation of three five ton
air conditioners, using single phase, and
also three five ton units using three phase;
to be connected to a panel in the Basement
of the Court House and to submit a sketch

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gram: Taylor Pat CoB, eaarFs .h Wtr Fih o..n .... 22.14
A ditch easement il from T. D. Whitfield aMaa Welding Supply, Sup ...,. 12.0
ouwas rentceived and ordered recorded in the Alvintri cGWhatley Typewriter arup ........ .
publion programs. red to Gulf County. Brooks Mach. RI arts...... 47.FUND
Tfter dBoarcusion the Clerk was into place Sportsman Service Sa, Pts. labor 1.
write for detaing d information on this pro- Buriord-Toothaker Trac. Co., Partsi .. 25.50
amthe school year. STaylor Parts, Roebuco, Parts .. . 22.1



g rs Irvin Darley, Wewahitchka, $a.00 WiardJ. Walson Supp.......... 3.00
was received and ordered recorded in the Alvin McGlon Garage, Part .er .. 2.7
public records. Rayeamer, Highland View $3.00 an Brooks Mach. o Par. oup...... 74. -.
The Board instructed the Clerk to place Sportsman Service Sta., Pts. & labor 14. I
the following names on the Mothers Pen- St. Joe Tel. Co., util ........... 10.20
ion oll arid beg $15.00 per making payminens this EA, Utilities .................. 1.82
date and continue said payments throughout St. Joe dwe. Co., Pt. & Sup... 87.47
the school year. Sears, Roebuck & Co., Sup ..... 2. .
Mrs. Eleanor Wd dnie, Wewahit W. Hka Week00 St. Joe Motor Co., Pt. & labor 1......44
be paid 8.00 for ley, Wewahitchkang out drain00 Wlloway ros. Wa Sup, Sup- ........ 14.50U

rs.age ditch durrging ia Armstrong, Wewa. $2dwe00. Co., Sup ........ 83Lumber2.7
Mrs. Mae Creamer, Highland View,$3.00 Panama Mach. & Sup. Co., Sup.
rs. Inez Bright, Wewahitchka, $9.00 Bay Mach. & Weld., Weld. sup... 40.00
Mrs. Jessmie Sinmmons, Port St. Joe, $6.00 Keenan Welding sup., Suop ....... 49 14
mae Board directed that Gladys Whitfield Allied Equip. Co., hop. ...........10.52
be paid $15.00 per month from indigent Smith's Drag Store, Sup ............1.
S arid todiscontinue payments to 0 Florida Gravel Co., Sup......... 87.47
The Board directed that W. H. Weeks Standard Oil Co., Pet. Prod. ...... 9.00
be paid $8.00 for labor cleaning out drain- Calloway Bros. Sup., Sup...........14.10
pon motion by Commissioner t W H. Weeks, Labor.............. 8.00
seconded by Commissioner Greer and unanr- FSt Joe Tire Recap Co., Sup. .... 157.12
mously carried, the Board authorized the GENERAL FUND
Mosquito Control Department to advertise Y nde Strange, Co. Ind. ......... 15.00
for one (1) Willys Jeep tpick-up truck, to Ya Conger Ind ........ 00
M-s. M. H. ,Conger, Ind ........... 15.00
b- paid for with state funds. Emma Darley, Ind ............... 15.00
A lengthy discussion was lia within i- C C. Davis, Ind ............... 10.00
erence to many road problems in the county. ia Denton, Ind. ................ 15.00
The Engineer and Road Superiiteadlent wvs Grace Dunlap, Ind. .............. 10.00
directed to submit an estimate of cst to r L, urdenInd ............15.00
r dR oad.N e nBoerd Mrs. W L. D urden, Ind .......... 15.00
pave the Jones Homestead Road. The Board Bessie DykesInd ............... .
announced that this road will be paved just eshe Des, lad--------- 15.00
as soon as possible. Commissioner Strick- eInd ............ 1500
land reported that by directive of the Board Kate Glass, Ind ............... 15 00
he has made a search throughout the Con- A nni e Hudgins, Ind ............ 12.00
ty for available sand pits; that he finds Ll. em 2an d d............. 15.00
seven acres of sand South of Wewahitchka ula Kemp, Ind ................ 15.00
that is owned by H. 0. Pridgeon and that Druscila Keel, Ind ..............100
this property can be purchased for $357.15 Johnny Keith, Ind ...............15.00
ner acre. Upon motion by Commissioner Bessie Lee, Ind. ................ 15.00
S ac. Upo motio byMrs John MMillian, nd ......... 15.00
Stricland, e c onded by Commissioner Columbus uhen, Ind. 10.00
Strickland, seconded by Commissioner Greer Coe Mers. Ind ..... 00
and unanimously carried that the County iAkie Ma Myery, Ind ............. 15.00
purchase the seven acres from Mr. Pridgeon. Audrey unery, ind .............10
Upon motion by Commissioner Strickland Eva Pate, Ind .. ................10 00
seconded by Commissioner Greer, that the Minnie Patterson, Ind.............12.00
County advertise to purchase one (1) Na- Minnie Paul, n ............... 1.00
tional Cash Register, Class A-2057 (3 UP) Mary Porter, Ind ................. 15.00
Tax Billing Validating Machine. Upon vote Alle Porter, d. ................. 6.00
the following voted: AYE: Strickland, Greer Myrtle Quick, Ind................ 15.00
Croxton and the chairman. NAY: Kennedy. Wie Ross, Ind .............. 10.00
LST OF WARRANTS Mrs. 0. V. cully, Ind. ......... 1.00
GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL Yolande Strange, Ind.. ........... 15.00
St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts.........$43.50 Leo Kennedy, Travel exp. ........ 66.00
West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Fuel .*. 26'10 S. P. husband, Fees............. 87.50
Standard Oil Co., Pet. Prod. 3730 William F. Wager, ed. Serv ..... 100
FINE and FORFEITURE FUND John W. endrix, Med. Serv ......2. 0.00
In P 'au.an. FRees ........ 77 50 Pauline Sowers, Witness Serv. .. ..00
a" R. Stone, Salary.......... 313* .33 Joseph P. endrix, Med. Serv. 10.00
El,- Green, Coipt., Retire. 20.00 Mercedes Murphy, Witness Serv .... 2.00
1 Elmer Nunery, Witness Serv. ...... 4.00
Harold B. Canning, Med. Serv. .......5.00
Bancroft-Whitney Co., Sup. ....... 31.60
St. Joe Tel. Co., Tel. Serv. ..... 27.40
STo Attend Robert D. Sidwell, Exp. ........... 93.60
C. G. Rish, Travel Exp........... 133.70
Floyd Chev. Co., Sup. .......... 144.62
S h I l&V WB Drew C0 Sup .............. 2.82
a Breeze Publishing Company, Sup .. 410.74
Harland 0. Pridgeon, Corn. ......... 49
l i uE. C. Harden, Sr., Tray. Exp. .... 97.10
H. M. McClamma, Elec. Work .... 123.97
NION- Paso. 6J. J. "a ll, Exp ................ 13.386
DUM Pastor Star Pub. Co., Print. Min. ......... 40.00
W nT Edwards TB osp., TB Patients 38 75
9:30 a.m. Bowen Sup. Co., Office Sup. ...... 11.46
SPridgeon Ins. Agcy., Ins ........ 325.17
11:00 a.m. P Tomlinson Ins., Ins ......... 111.04
~6:4 i- Nils Millergren, PM, Postage .... 140 00
6:45 p.m. Frank & Dot's Agcy., Ins. ........ 82.17
8:00 P.M. Bildwel Sup. Co., Sup. .......... 2.10
Gene's Gulf Serv., Sup. .......... 1 90
ednesday)--i 7:30 p.m. Jetf Plair, Mower repair .......... 25.00
.-... p.m. player Mtr. Co., Sup. ............ 3.75
St. Joe Tel. Co., Util ............ 8.17
ue and 16th Street lanco Prod., Sup .............. 128.00
Star Pub Co., Sup. .............. 2.00
- Centrally Heated St. Joe dwe. Co., Sup. ............. 8.47
Western Auto Store, Sup. ........ 1.90
C. E. Daniel, Reimburse ........ 100.90
Gladys Whitfield, Co. Moth Pens. .. 15400
Eleanor Winnie, ........ 9.00
AYS W ELCOM E Virginia Arstrong ........ 12.00
Irvin Darley . ........ 3.00
Mae Creamer ............ 3.00
ClJessie Simmons ............ 6.00
-- ROAD and BRIDGE PAY ROLL 6.
Lloyd Whitfield, Salary ........ 176.79
|ST C U C Charles Fortner, Salary .......... 134.51
HIT CHUmPerry S. Holley, Salary .......... 158.97
Alva Kemp, Salary ..... ....... 151.54
Glenn W. Daniels, Salary ....... 140.94
ve. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor Carl Lester, Salary ............ 145.60
J. A. Hall, Salary ............... 130.94
Donald J. Suber, Salary .......... 140.74
L. D. Hughes, Salary ....... 140.94
9:45 a.m. W.C. Lindsey, Salary .......... 130.94
Charles R. Cleckley, Salary ...... 138.94
11:00 a.m. R. F. Knowles, Jr., Salary ........ 113.85
B. E. Champion, Salary ........ 102.70
NTION --------6:45 p.m. Veta Nichols, Salary ............ 110.70
............ Sanford Armstrong, Salary ........ 118.80
8:00 p.m. R K. Strickland, Salary ........ 107.70
........ Robert L. Lester, Salary .......... 107.70
dnesday) 7----- :30 p.m. Roy 0. Tharpe, Salary .......... 100.70
........ .Director Int. Rev., WH Tax ...... 233.10
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .... 115.15
hip God With Us" Gulf County SS Acet., Soc. Sec ..... 86.33
Colonial Life & Acci.Ins., Ins., Ins .... 36.00
_____O____E___ B _________ American Fam. Life Ins., Ins .... 45.00
GENERAL FUND
____ W. B. Coppedge, Salary ........ 104.32
S. T. Morris, Salary ............ 111 32
J. L. Harrison, Salary .......... 117.32
C. E. Daniell, Salary .......... 169.79
Pauline W. Sowers, Salary ........ 25.00
Direc. Int. Rev., WH Tax ........ 48.90
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ..... 24.24
Gulf County SS Acct., Soc. Sec. 18.17
Colonial Life & Acci. Ins. Co., Ins... 6.00
American Family Life, Ins ........ 6.00
GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL
Samuel Marion Graves, Jr., Sal. .. 136.38
G. C. Dykes, Salary ............. 114.72
L. F. Sellers, Salary ............ 134.08
Direc. Int. Rev., WH Tax ........ 21.30
Ray E. Green, Compt, Retire .... 18.13
Guif Co. SS Acct., Soc. Sec....... 13.59
Colonial Life & Acci., Ins. ........ 9.00
D f lfla ~ American Family Life Ins., Ins ....- 6.00
r OUVIDE George Y. Core, Salary .......... 312.50
Cubi R. Laird, Salary .......... 150.20
Mrs. C. G. Rish, Salary ......... .80.20
U'I Elmer Nunery, Salary .......... 118.12
THE Max W. Kilbourn, Salary .......... -17.00
Betty G. Owens, Salary .......... 69 76
Leo Kennedy, Salary ............. 177.bO
t~tK E C. Harden, Sr., Salary ........ 182.00
ENERGY A. J. Strickland, Salary .......... 182.00
Neva Croxton, Salary ..... ..... 183.50
T E IJames H. Greer, Salary .......... 182.00
Evelyn Pate, Salary ............ 43.20
THEY J. J. Hill, Salary .............. 43.50
Joseph W. Bailey, Salary .......... 10.48
W_ L. Fitzpatrick, Salary .......... 7.86
NIrfl Robert L. McCrary, Jr., Sal. ...... 7.86
NEED! David C. Gaskin, Salary .......... 165.00
Direct. Int. Rev., WH Tax ........ 74.40
Mom, be sure your Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .... 62.50
S ... Gulf County SS Acct., Soc. See .... 10.88
plent of those|Colonial Life Ins. Co Ins .......... 0.00
plenty of those American Family Life Ins., Ins .... 21.00
There being no further business to come
delicious, nourishing before the Board, the meeting did then ad-
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Wlliams Avenue, Port 8. Joe,- Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RIMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 197, at the Poetoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN AD),ANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishes
do not hold themselves liable for damage further titan amount received for such
advertisement.
Thie spoken word Ir given swat attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weigd. The spoken word barely aserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
qVe spoken word is lost; the printed word remainss.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FPl. THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1961


It's Budget Time Again

What with the month of September fading fast, it is
approaching the time when the City Commission must ap-
prove a budget and set the millage rate for another year of
operation.
With this time drawing near, it hardly seems possible
that the City will retain its frugal millage rate of last year,
at which time they levied 8.5 mills for the city operation.
This reduction in millage was brought about by economic con-
ditions in Port St. Joe at the time. However, in practicing
their drastic economy, the city ended up the year lacking the
money to perform several necessary tasks.
The outlook for next year's taxes is for more taxes than
this year. The city now has some slack to catch up. There
is new furniture in the Municipal Hospital to pay for and
other needs staring the Commission in the face that will re-
quire additional funds to accomplish.
But even with the advent of new taxes, we do not think
that the Commission will go in for any "frills" in the next
year's operation of the city. While money is beginning to
flow a little in Port St. Joe, things are still close-although
not so close as some other places. We look for some major
expenditures in the new budget, but none that isn't vitally
-needed for the city's well-being.
With the drawing up of the budget, everybody will have
their "pet project", they would like to see included in the
new budget. We are not different from anybody else. We
have a pet project. A project that we think deserves the
close consideration of the Commission. We think the Com-
mission should give sympathetic study to the Jaycee plan on
street lightiing.
If you remember, the Jaycees presented a study they
had made on the existing city street lights and those lights
needed throughout the City to the Commission for considera-
tion. The plan was very detailed in that it even included the
cost to the city for each of several different lighting plans.
The Jaycee plan also called for a "white-way" lighting
of-all approaches to the city, as well as ample residential
lighting.
What would such a street lighting plan mean to Port
St. Joe? It would serve a two-fold need. First, the ample
lighting throughout the city would provide a built-in burglar
protection. Protection against street "mugging" and as-
saults against pedestrians. And if this factor were not
enough the "white way" approaches to the City would give
our city a pleasing appearance that would do much to adver-
tise us to strangers approaching our city at night.
If our memory serves us correctly, the Jaycee lighting
plan, based on sound planning-not desires-would cost the
City less than $1,000.00 a year more for street lighting than
it is now paying.
We say the benefits far outweigh the cost. What the
Commission will say about this matter, we shall see in about
two or three weeks.



The Unemployment Racket

Elections, government spending, the destinies of politi-
cal parties, as well as the future of liberty and self-govern-
ment, are critically involved in reports released periodically
by the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics dealing with unem-
ployment. These reports are accepted as gospel by nearly
everyone. And yet, according to a recent article in Reader's
Digest by James Daniel, they are far from a true measure
of unemployment.
Definitions and methods used by the Bureau to obtain
its figures have steadily been altered to magnify the unem-
ployment problem. To an increasing extent, persons are be-
ing classified as unemployed, even though they are unem-
ployed from personal choice or, at least, are not out of j,
on account of "economic factors beyond the individual's con-
trol."
Some indication of the extent to which unemployment
statistics in this country have become distorted, may be
gained from the following comment of Dr. Seymour Wolfbein,
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor: "If we applied thc
same measuring rod as Europe, our unemployed would be
three million." (Instead of over 5 million) By contrast, if
Britain' used our system, according to a recent study reported
by the First National City Bank of New York, the unemploy-
jment figure would double.
Former Budget Director, Maurice Stans, in urging a
"study in depth" to discover how many of the reported unem
played actually are in the market for jobs, warned that, "Mo
dern governments are so heavily dependent upon statistics
in making decisions that more and more national policies of
.. immense importance for every American are determined by
them. Billions of our dollars now ride on the accuracy of
our monthly unemployment report."
The worse the unemployment figures can be made to
appear, the easier it is to push Uncle Sam into new federal
spending programs and new controls over the economy.


FLORIDA GARDEN

By HERVEY SHARPE
Agricultural Ext. Service
Citrus as a pot plant will add a
tropical tempo to your Florida
room.
These drawrfed, glossy green
trees also wil Iserve as conversa-
tion pieces-if chit-chat lags during
TV commercials. Anyone with a
knack for gossip can spin exotic
tales linking ancient Chinese cus-
toms with citrus.


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I f A TI is an acceptable substitute for com- mental. Thee too Bouquet
I NrI AT I N mercial lemons. sour orange, citron, fingered cit-
The ponderosa Imeon bears large ron, limequat, Rangpur lime, fin-
You can mention that citrus tear-shaped .fruit measuring up .to ger-lime, Poncirus trifoliat and
trees have had nmany uses. six inches in diameter. The fruit Wampee.
treesAmong them were a ny uses. poi- is seedy and sour. For information on planting and
so, correction of fetid breath, re- The chinotto orange is a favor- caring for citrus in .and around the
i ef to asthmatcis, protection ite patio *plant for many. It is a na- home secure a copy of Florida Ag-
against moths, a remedy for rheu- tural dwarf selection bearing deep ricultural Extension Service Bulle-
matism and sore mouth and a cure orange-colored tr ualt measuring tin 166A from your county agent's
for dyspepsia. nearly 1% inches in diameter. Juice office. The agent will also help
If you prefer modern gossip, then from these fruit makes a refresh- you in planning a citrus project.
explain that citrus wit hits en- ing drink. Seedless varieties are it
chanting odor mingled with moon- used in making candies, jellies and CARD OF THANKS
light can ignite parks of romance. preserves. We wish to thank all the chur-
By adding local names, this con- Dooryard Plantings ches and individuals for making it
versation can run for hours. Unusual varieties often strike possible for me to attend the clin-
"Citrus" varieties suited for pot the fancy of citrus hobbyists when. ic with my husband in New Or-
plantings include the kumquat, the common varieties do not. If you
Meyer lemon, ponderosa lemon, are i nthis category, you might like
Otaheite orange and Chinotto. such varieties as Kara mandarin, j O N Y
Three varieties of the kumquat Dweet tangor, Frua mandarin, Sat-' M N E *
are Nagami, Marumi and Meiwa. sumsa orange, Torocoo orange and FOR HOME OWNERS
The latter is sweetest of 'the three. Bearss lime. FIRST and SECOND
KumquatEs are called golden bean On the odidty side of dooryardement Loans
by the Chinese because the bright plantings, you can, produce a num- Mortgages veRefinanced
orange fruit are ,somewhat bean her of different citrus varieties Reduce Your Payments
shaped, from one rootstock by budding he PUBLIC AO
t re neel vairous 'tree branches with bud- PLI
Kumquat ae inherently dwars,wood from several varieties. 301 Williams Ave.
and when propagated ,on trifoliate Variegated citrus varieties make QUICK Phone 2
orange stock the plant is -reduced an Interesting project for the door- SERVICE OPhne A
in size. They are ideal pot plants. yard fruit grower. The variegation
Otaheite orange is a misnomer, is caused w e citrus mutates form
since it is not an orange but akin unusual chlorophyl patterns on
to an acidles lime. Fruit color ran- leaves, as contrasted with sections PENTECOSTAL HI
ges from orange to reddish orange. of leaves devoid of green color.
The plants are quite attractive at If a plant has variegated leaves Garrison
Christmas, 'since plants a foot or it also has variegate fruit, but it
so high may carry up to a dozen may produce variegated fruit with- Prayer Service (Thurs
1%-inch fruit, plus blossoms. The out having varigeated leaves. When Sunday School
fruit has orange colored flesh that this occurs in fruit, various peel Morning Worship
is flat and insipid in flavor. sectors of the fruit are of con- Evening Worship
The Meyer lemon bears fruit tasting colOrs. .Sweet orange, lem- "Souls Harbor i
about the 'size and shape of thelon and sour orange selections are
commercial lemon. It fruits more available in this form. Rev. Hubert D
or less 'the year around. ftis an There are many other "citrus" Comfortably
excellent variety for home use and plants 'that can ibe used for orna-


MRS. EARL' MTTINGTON
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. R unie Franklin of
Orlando announce- the birth a
baby girl, Tresa Alanda, September
8 at the Monroe Memorial Hospi-
tal. The baby weighed seven lbs.,
eight ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Franklin of
Athens, Georgia, are the paternal
grandparents. Mrs. Ola benton of
this city is the maternal grandmo-
ther. Mrs. Franklin is the former
Miss Linda .Smith of this city.

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DIT R on.
EDITOR In the early summre my wife, my-
* self and visiting friends went into
Lake Gilman, N. J. New York City to see the Satur-


Sept. 11, 1961
Dear Wesley
Perhaps you will remember me
as a grade school classmate and
an away from home subscriber to
The ,Star. It is a pleasure to re-
ceive The Star each week and you
can bet that it is .read from the
front page to the back page.
In reading your article in the


day Matinee of the Broadway play
"My Fair Lady".
Arriving in the City early we
gawked at the sights until lunch.
After lunch with some two hours
to kill we decided to go on a tour
of the RCA building in Rockefeller
Center.
Joining some 40 people also in
the tour we started what is called


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There's a wider choice of power, a
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Social Security
Information
Congresman Bob Sikes announc-
ed this week that his appointments
to the U. :S. Military Academy, e
U. S. Naval Academy, tht U. S.
Air Force Academy and the U. S.
Merchant Marine Academy, for
the classes beginning in July 1962,
will be made based on the scores
attaniled by those applicants parti-
cipating in the preliminary exam-
ination to be conducted by the U.
S. Civil tService Commission. The
preliminary examination will Tbe
given to applicants for considera-
t'on for appointment to the ser-
vice academies on 'Saturday, No-
vember 4, 1961.
To be eligible for nomination for I
appointment to the service acade-
mies, an applicant must be at least
17 years of age and must not have
reached his 22nd birthday by July
1- 1962. e must be in good physical
condition and -never have been
married'.
Congressman Sikes stated, "I
'shall be glad to hear from any
young man residing in -the Third
Congressional District who meets
the eligibility requirements and is
interested in an appointment to
one of the service academies with
a view to making the service his
career." e pointed out that in or-
der for arrangements to be made
for an applicant's participation in
the competitive examination on
November 4, 1961, anyone interest-
ed should write to him, at his Wash-
ington office prior to October 1,
1961, furnishing his full name,
home address, age, date of birth,
and indicating the academy to
which an appointment is sought.
The Congressman will be glad to


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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.


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thou we ia* such things ABs the I wduld hot adMlit to Weiag a ein- Mr. Watsobi in Missottri --- -- -- -
GenSI RAyboifrtSh Sh6 nd and a iart poary 6rsident of the state of NteW I Will -iOt hav4 i tharige to do furvish additional informtationCon-' and gave so generously of thenm-
Of the "Today' 'shtow being taped Jersey and introduced ourselves as this to some time to come and cerning the service academies Upoan selves, their many floral tributes,
for the next day. being from Port St. Joe. On step-' would like to ask you to do it request, cards, food, etc., we through the
The main point of interest for ping down from the camera a Mr. through The Star. -- emptiness of words say; thank
us was a demonstration of the clos- Watson and his wife came to me Thanking you on behalf of Mr. THANKS you, and God's -richest blessings
ed circuit television. One half of and said that perhaps I did not re- Watson and myself, I remain. our dear friend sand neigh- upon you.
the group was asked to wait in a member him, but that he was the Very truly yours, bors, who so thoughtful lly came to MRS. EARL ALLEN
room with a bank of monitors and principal of the Port St. Joe High Dewey J. Gay bors, who so thoughtfully came to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ALLEN
watch the other half as they ap- School, during the years 1926 to RFD No. 1 us, at the passing of our loved one,
peared on the screen then the po- 1929. Lake Gilman__-
sitions were reversed and the sec. Mr. Watson -asked that the next Monroeville, N. J. C HU
ond half watched the first. On ap- time we were at home to remem- FIRST METHODIST
hearing before th camera each ber him to the students and par- (I remember you very well Dew-
person was asked to introduce ents of Port St. Joe at that time. ey, and you can consider your mes- Monument and Constitution
themselves and name their home Wih special regards to Chauncey sage conveyed. We thank you for
your kind words concerning The REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
Star. A few kind words, go a long CHURGH SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
way.-Ed.) C R S: a
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H THURSDAY,. SEPT. 21, 1961,


* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


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every prescription we fill.
If refills are authorized on
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INVITATION. TO BID
The Board of County Commissioners of
Gult County will receive sealed bids from
any person, company, or corporation inter-
ested in selling the County the following
uies,-rihed personal property:
ONE (1) National Cash Register Class
A-2057 (3UP) Tax billing validating
machine. No substitute. Specifications
may be seen in Office of Tax Collector,
Gulf County, Florida.
Bids will be received until October 10,
1961 at 9:00 o'clock A.M, Central Stan-
dard Time, at the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, Wewahitchka, Florida.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Gulf County.
/s/ E. C. HARDEN, Sr., Chairman
Sept. 28 and Oct. 5.

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ll.3kensa, 1U.01 ePlUleLUL .-l ye, Tal-
fahassee, Florida. Phone 385-1015.
rOR 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
FOR SALE
1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico
Beach on waterfront. 100 143 lot.
Fully furnished. Ceramic t1le bath.
Priced at only $10.975.00.
2. Large frame house, over 2,000
ft. of floor space on five acres of


'FOR SALE
New three bedroom house with
ceramic tile bath on McClellan
Ave. Only $1.0,000.
Two .bedroom house in White
Cityv Will sell for .small down nay- I


meant, balance like rent. 3t-9-14
Three bedroom house with oak
floors, breezeway and garage, on
90 x 165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave-
nue, only $350.00 'down plus clos-
ing cost. This nice home to sell for
,only $11,000.00 'and the monthly
payments will be a-bout $67.00 per
month including insurance.
Two bedroom house with oak
floors on Palm Blv'd. Only $6,000.
Financing can ,be arranged.
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rHE STAR, Port St J*O, Fit.


FOR RENT: Ifurnished apartment.
Living ;bedroom, kitchen and land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $'.-
bath, 401 13th St., J. A. Mira, Ph. 600.
648-4128. ;i. -bedroom house, 1 bath, car-
port and utility room, on Marvin
FOR RENT: House on Long Ave- Avenue. Pay owner's equity w:nd
nue facing Elementary School. assume balance of $9,461.56 pay-
Call Mrs. Nora Duren, Phone 7-5471 able at $70.00 per month.
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for
FOR RENT: Unfurnished nice 2 fish camps and retirement homes.
bedroom house with carport, Terms arranged to suit you.
laundry room and screened porch. 5. -Lots fo rsale at S'. Joe Beach.
On corner lot. Phone 227-8536 after I block from water. Reasonable
5:00 p.m. tfc-8-31 terms.
6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good
FOR RENT: Two bedroom 'house. investment opportunity.
$35.00 month. Also, two bedroom 7. 320 acres ol woodland, six
house, $45.00 monthly. Both unfur- miles South of 'Wewahitchka. Ap-
nished. See Bill Carr or phone 227- proximately 300 acres planted in
8111. tfC 4-year old pine ees.
S.. .... .8. New three bedroom homc-; un-
FOR RENT: Two story masonry der construction on Cypress Ave-
home on Long Avenue. Close to nue. $500 down, payments, approxi-
schools and churches. Phone 227- aey 80.00 per month. F.A.
-6u1. *c 9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660
FOR RENT: Rooms with bath. eac. M PRIDGTerms.EON
h^ome22m 1s &erved if E. TOM PRIDGEON
Some meals served if wanted. Reg. Real Estate Broker
Phone 227-531. tfc-9-14 C. W. Long, Salesman
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave.
house. Hardwood floors, wired for
ir conditioner and electric sto FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
Corner lot, 302 16th St., $8.500. den, separate dining room, cen-
$5721 monthly payments. FHA trial beating, carpet and new blinds '
nancng, 25-year mortgage. $300 included. Large tree shaded cor-'
down payment .plus FHA closingnor lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone i
costs. Write or call collect, Ben 227-7946. tc-8-24
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FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home in
good condition. Nice yard, plenty
of shade, garage. See or call J. C.
Laney, 227-5871. 2tp
FOR SALE: 2 'bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and -utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
FOR SALE: 1958 Mark 75 Mercury
outboard motor, 14%' Witch-
Craft boat, Gator trailer. Used less
than 4-0 hours. See Stafford at
VWhite City. 3tp-9-14
FOR SALE: 3 *bedroom home.
Hardwood floors, floor furnace,
-car port, utility room. Must sell.
Small down payment. Located Dal-
keitbh, 8 miles south of Wewahitch-
ka. H. C. Seagers, Rit. 1, Box 46,
Wewahitchka. 2tc-9-14
HELP WANTED FEMALE: Need
Xmas money? ,Stanley Home Pro-
ducts *has dealership open for two
or more mature ladies with car.
Full or part time. Xmas business
ready. Earn $35 to $50 weekly.
Write Claudia Alford, 2212-A Nel-
son St., Panama City, Fla. Itc
ROUTE MAN: PROFITS OVER
$5000 PER YEAR. WE TRAIN.
CAR AND REFERENCES NECCE:S-


SARY. WRITE: MR. CAMP, 659
W. P'TREE ST., N.E., ATLANTA
8, GEORGIA. 3tc-9-2i
AMBITIOUS MARRIED MAN, 23-
45, FOR LOCAL ESTABLISHED
WATKINS ROUTE. CAR AND
REFERENCES NECESSARY. PER
MANENT. GOOD PAY. WRITE:
MR. T. F. 'CAMP,. 659 W. P'TREE
ST., N.E., ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE-If you
would enjoy working 3 or 4 hrs.
a 'day calling regularly each month
on a group of Studio Girl Cosme-
tic clients on 'a route to be estab-
lished in and around Port St. Joe,
and are willing .to make light de-
liveries, 'etc., write to 'STUDIO
GIRL COSMETICS, Dept. SW-9,
Glendale, California. Route will
pay up to $5.00 iper hour.
CHRISTMAS SELLING season will
,soon be here. Prepare now for
large profits selling beautiful Avon
Gifts. Write Avon, Box 3103 MSS,
Tallahassee, Fla. 2tc-9-14
CASH IN
ON the big Fall and Christmas
Selling Season. Represent Av-
on in your neighborhood. Write
Avon, Box 3103 MSS, Tallahas-
see, Fla. 2tc-9-14
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
tvick expert service. tto
PAINT CONTRACTING
JAMES FLOYD
214V2 7th St. Highland View
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.
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 Stationi, 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 anr.
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited


R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd 'and 4th Mondays. All visit,
ing brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
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.


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ATTENTION
RENT PAYERS .
Read This Carefully:
After about a dozen years of
paying an average $75 fper mo.
rent, what have you got?
You Have Exactly
NOTHING !1
But, Think This Over:
After the same lozen years and
11 months of payments on your
own home (plus your moderate
down payment)-
You Own $9.500.00
Clear and 'Free Investment
*Can you afford on. this basis
to continue paying rent?
WHY NOT HAVE BOTH the
nicer living advantages of a
modern new home, PLUS the
financial benefits of THOU-
SANDS and THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS that your rent money
will build.
The above quoted figures ap-
ply -directly to the modern 2
bedroom, 11/% bath home for sale
at Mexico Beach.
Ideal for small family or re-
tired, located in the best living
section in this area with clean,
unpolluted 'air, excellent water,
paved street, etc. Handy to
SAFE white sand beaches. This
splendid home investment should
be worth more in the !near fu-
ture than the present sale price.
Owner has reduced 'price for
quick 'sale and can offer terms
as low as $67.50 iper month
which includes principal and in-
terest.
M. MISSLER
See
Rachel Drive, Mexico Beach
(across from'Jolly Golf Fun
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, should ibe pald to discovering signs
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL eSeptember s lof amblyopia ex anopsia (lazy eye-
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE Iblindness) in tots. Eye exami*--
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR t
GULF COUNTY. IN CHAN- S~fg t Monthl tion for lazy eye blindness should
CERY. : *be made by age 4. If this ailment,
IN RE: Adoption of -in which the child suppresses vis
JOHN CLAUDIUS, BRANKA, September, which ,thousands of ion in one eye while falling 6r )
DIANNE LAVYERNEN BRANKA American youngsters know a on the one 'good eye to see, is
minorsNNA LYNN BRANKA back-to-school montht, is being o'b- caught and treated before the age
NOTICE served as "Sight-Saving Month" of six, sight in ,the unused eye may
TO: WALTER V. BRANKA, whose across the nation. Combining the be lost permanently. A preschool
last known address was in care two occasions would be a wise vision check rman regular eye x-
of Macon Kraft Corporation, Ma- asions would be a wise on check and regular eye ex-
con, Georgia. move for every parent, advises the aminai-tons thereafter for the chil-
You are hereby notified that Roy Florida 'Society *for 'the:Prevention dren should be a MUST in .every
B. Maddox has filed a petition for of Blindness.
the adoption of the .minor children Along with the back-to-school "The crusade to preet blin
above named and you are required Along th the ack-to-school crusade to present ind-
to show cause why 'the same should clothes and the .back-to-school hair- ness is ,of grave concern to 'many
not be granted, serving a copy of cut, make certain that your child Americans," declared. Mrs. Farris
your written defenses, if any, upon has back-to-school eyes. The Socie. Bryant, wife of Florida's Governor,
Honorable Cecil G.Cosrtin, Jr., At- ty notes that a -great part of what who is Honorary Chairman for the
torney for Petitioner, 221 Reid Ave-
nue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and by the young 'pupil 'learns depends on Florida Chapter. "We are anxious
filing the original thereof with the his vision, and faulty eyesight can to recruit new workers In this wor-
Clerk of said Court on or b before lead to study -problems and *emo- thy effort and feel that it is deserv-
the 23rd deay of Octber, 1961; oth- tional troubles as well. An esti- ing of .every individual's interest
erwise, a -decree may be -entered
against you granting said adoption. mated 229,100 school children in and help."
WITNESS 'my hand and the seal Florida require some form of eye
of said 'Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf care today!
County, Florida, this 20th day of J ITI
September; A: D. 1961. Young -children .do not know how JOB PRIK ING
GEORGE Y. CORE, well they should -see 'and so are
Clerk .Circuit Court slow to complain about vision dif- THE STAR
Gulf 'County, Florida ficulties. Particular 'att en.tion
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THI bTAR, Poft St. JO, PI& THURW1AY, P'TI 21, 1961


Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fillingim Observe

Golden Anniversary With Open House

Mr. ada^Mrs. Jesse A. Fillingim, ,palachicola Northern Railroad
surrounded by members of their Company employee and has exten-
family, oft friends and many new sive land, cattle an -timber inter-
friends, celebrated their Golden ests. They have just recently maov-
Wedding Anniversary at their new ed from their home in Telogia, to
home on 1706 Garrison Avenue. Port St. Joe.
Sunday afternoon, September 17,1 During the appointed hours ap-
between the hours of four and sev- proximately 200 guests called to
en o'clock. They were honored with extend congratulations and sincere
the celebration of this important welcome to the couple, and to wish
and rare event by their daughter for them much future happiness


and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
C. Belin.
The wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Fil-
lingim took place on September 17,
1911, 'at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. C.
'Shuler, in Bristol, Liberty County,


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here in our midst in Port St. Joe.
Greeting 'tneir guests with Mr.
and Mrs. Fillingim were their
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Belin..
Mrs. Fillingim's gown .for this
occasion was a mauve lace sheath


Florida. The Reverend Matchett of with lace jacket, featuring three- *
the Christian Church of Bristol, of- quarter length sleeves. The ensem-
edated at the ceremony. Mr. and ble was posed over orchid taffeta.
Mrs. Fillingim are native, life-long Her corsage was fashioned of yel- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fillingim Observe Golden Anniversary
residents of Northwest Florida and low rose buds. Mr. Fillingim wore adorned with lovely flowers thru- .burning ,pale yellow candles. Coffee
well known throughout the Pan- ja gold carnation in his lapel. out, gifts of friends for the event, was poured from a lovely silver
handle. Mr. Fillingim is a retired Their attractive new home was The Ar ,.nniversarv Weiho. tnt b .,ce oa ,,.... ...., .- fr


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was overlaid with a white linen
banquet cloth of Italian cutwork
and was centered with an embos-
sed threetiered, Golden-Wedding
cake 'topped with the golden num-
erals, miniature wedding .bells and
valley lilies. Placed to one side of
the cake was an .arrangement of
yellow roses in a golden bowl, and
at the others side, an antique brass,
seven-branched candelabra 'burning.
golden tapers. Gold compotes held
nuts and mints.
The gold and white motif was
further carried out in- the ,punch
and coffee table overlaid with white
organdy over gold. Centering this
table was a very beuatiful silver
five-branched candelabra entwined
with pale yellow carnations and


a crystal bowl.
Gold embossed napkins bore the
message "Mae and Fill, 1911-1961".
Serving the cake, coffee and
punch 'and otherwise assisting the
hosts and hostesses in caring for
their guests were relatives and
close friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fil-
i'ngim *and Mr. ,and Mrs. Belin.
Besides their daughter, Mrs. Be-
lin, Mr. and Mrs. Fillingim have
another daughter, Mrs. David W.
Velten who is in Stuttgart, Ger-
many. They have three grandsons,
Jake Belin, Jr., and Stephen Belin
'of Port St. Joe and John Vel.ten, of
Stuttgart.


Azalea Cii


At Parish

The Azalea Circ
St. Joe Garden 'C
James' Parish Hou


afternoon, Septem:b
for this meeting
Forehand and Mrs.
The 'program was
Mrs. Tom Alsabro
F. Kennington. Mr
plained in detail tb
den Clubs in Flori


' 'w She stated that anyone with a ,geft-
nine interest in gardening, and the
related subjects is eligible for mem-
bership.
Mrs. Gordon Thomas, chairman
of horticulture .outlined 'the garden
tasks that should be .done at this
season of the year. She said now
is the time for a general clean-up,
lawns should ibe fertilized with a
fertilizer low in nitrogen, and
beds prepared for th'e plants and
bulbs which will be planted next
month. She also urged all members
to plant at least one magnolia tree.
The planting of these trees is 'the
special project for .district two this
year.
Mrs. Kennington then conducted
the workshop, which was making
flower arrangements in the trian-
gular .form. She illustrated her talk
with charts, pictures. and sample
arrangements. With her assistance
the members then made arrange-
ments.
Refreshments were served by
the hostesses.
The Aazlea Circle ,meets n. the
--STAR PHOTO afternoon .and will welcome new
members.


rcle Check Artist


House Hits St. Joe
Walter Dodson, president of the
cle of the Port Florida National Bank told The
hlub met at 'St. Star that Port St. Joe merchants
ise on Thursday had been hit by a flood of counter-
ler 14. Hostesses feit American Express Travelers
were Mrs. Fern Checks, about a month ago. The
. Pennon Talley. counterfeit was just -disclosed this
presided over by week as the checks were returned
ok and Mrs. G. by the American Empress Company
s. Alsobrook ex- stating that they had been stolen
he work of Gar- trom a New York office of the
ida, the general company.


set-up and -duties of officers. She
stated .that Garden Clubs have Checks returned to ,the bank this
many objectives, among which are week were both of $50.00 denomin-
horticulture, learning better meth- nations and had been cashed .by
ods ,of growing plants, conservation Skipper's 'Mo-Jo ,Station .and Sr.
the protection of girds, 'soil and all Joe Hardware. Upon receiving a
natural resources, home and civic description of the checks, several
beautification, flower arranging other local merchants think they
and many other related projects. also cashed some of the checks,


btn they h&ve not yet bemi rturu-
ed by the American Express Com-
pany.











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Reeves Twins Observe Birthday Party Guests

Fifth Birthday The Gladiolus Circle of the Port tember 14.
St. Joe Garden Club met at the Mrs. Cour.tney lMar.tin, circle
Pam and Les .Reeves were hon- home of Mrs. S. R. Brown with 11 chairman, presided over the meet-
red with a party given, by their,members ,present, Thursday, Sep- ing during the business session.


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