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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: January 18, 1962
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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Episcopalians Sign Articles of Association
Mrs. Clara Comforter prepares to sign the Articles Of Association
that will be presented -to the 119th Episcopal Diocesan Council in
Jacksonville, January 23 for the purpose of making St. James Epis-
copal Church a Parish. Awaiting their turn to sign are Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas A. Owens and Tom Alsobrook. Mrs. Comforter is one of the
original members of St. James which was founded in 1933. The pres-
ent church building was constructed in 1940. The Owens' have been
members of the church ,since 1937. (Photo by Fite)


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WitS.EY R. RAMSEY

The freezing weather in Port -St.
Joe last week brought out. the cov-
ers to go on the flowers., And, you
could see every kind of cover about
the city-clear .plastic, the ever-
present SJPC kraft, cloths, and a
variety of other materials to knock
off 'the freezing winds.
But, we must nominate J. C. Cul-
pepper as the person in Port. St.
Joe who best loves his flowers. He
gave up the covers from off his
bed to cover up his bushes. Yep,
J. C. had quilts, blankets and com-
forters covering his bushes'
But over on Marvin Avenue and
especially at the Ramsey menagerie
we didn't cover ours. We theorized
that if our :-flowers and bushes
could stand the, onslought of the
;Ramsey tribe and, their playmates,
the Blans, the Robbins, the Butt-
rams, the Elizeys, the Hendrix, t'e.
Macombers "and justt RanyBody -else
that might happen aloLg, .fiey can
stand anything. The eterfral gamis
of football, volleyball, cowboy and
indians, woodchoppers, dolh ",and
other sundreed' .activities -haven't
daunted the spirit of our plants yet,
so.what's a little cold?
And our neighbors must have felt
the same because they didn't cover
theirs either, except for the Lu-
cases. Their boys are grown and
gone from home now, anid as a re-
sult their plants are getting- soft
and probably needed the protective
covering.

If there's two things that have
,been overworked, by the press, na-
tionally, national magazines, TV
.and that other medium and
that's Caroline and "The .'Twist".
The Star hoped to ignore these
-two 'sources of copy and hope that
-they would fade away. -
(Continued On Page 4)


Lions Club Has

Art Program

At the Lions Club meeting Tues-
day, Mrs. Lila Brouillette, art di-
rector for Gulf County, gave a bery
informative talk on "Art in Indus-
try."
Mrs. Brouillette discounted the
fact that the popular conception of
an artist was that he was a "long
hair." The speaker pointed out' to
the club how art was essential' in
almost every phase of business and
industry, and that most-'1f the suc-
cessful sales campaigns and new
products marketed were a result
of talented artists doing the pre-
liminary art work to advertise the
product.
Ii' the business session 'part of
the Tnmeeting the club votd-ito can#-
'del 'their luncheon 'meeting Febru-
ary 6 so that they could take part
in the~-Bob. Sikes Appreciation Day
scheduled for February 7.
Guests of the club w-ere Jim Ro-
gers of the Florida Railroad and
Public UtilUties Commissioln and
George MNasok, a representative ofL
the Stromberg-CarTson Company.


Babe Ruth League

To Organize Feb. 1

The public is invited' to a meet-
ing of the Babe Ruth Baseball or-
ganization Thursday, February 1 at
6:30 -p.m. in -the Florida Power
Lounge, according to Billy Flem-
ing, league president. Fleming es-
pecially urges parents of 13- 14 and
15 year old boys to 'be- in attend-
ance.
The league president said that
this meeting would be 'especially
important as it will decide''whether
or not to have Babe Ruth baseball
this summer.-


THESA


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


-- Pt


MONEY TALKS& at's keep
It where wt cnh speak With It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1962


CCol "EOt+B
CSS -Comi'm nist CO iiI


Methods To Rtoary1U

Col. Eagleston, commanding offi- a
cer 'of Tyndall Air Force Base was
the program for the Rotary Club -..
meeting last Thursday. Col. Eag-
leston presented a film in how +he
communists persuade people to Simpson Receives
adopt their teachings.
The communists are especially Qery Of Method s
interested in three types of people: Methods
those seeking recognition, those From |i *
who want to "belong" and those F OmI liSs
who want to be led. ...
Most men want to join "good" John T. Simpson, Scoutmaster,
causes. The communists picture was convinced this past week
their movement: as the friend of that The Star gets around and
the common man. 'They state that spreads the "Port St. Joe story"
they are fighting-evil; poverty and for a "far. piece".
hunger and present their argument Simpson received a letter this
in such a way as to make all other w .
systems appear evil. week from one Russell B. Oltz
In seeking the man with an ego, of Lemont, 111nols telling Simp-
the communists make him believe son that he had read about the
that he is the answer to their pray- recet op 47. Accurt of Hong to theld by
ers and continue to satisfy his hun- Troop 47. According to the let-
ger for recognition in a subtle way. ter, Oltz was also an adult
The narrator of the film was Scouter and he wanted to know
dealing mostly with communists in what method or methods were
the Western European nations- used to make so many merit bad-
showing how they could succumb ges forthcoming at one time.
to communism. In trying to under- Simpson said he would send
stand why they follow Mr. Oltz a list of his successful
stand why they follow the com-
munist lie, one must remember that methods if he could figure out
they have never had anything. The. what they were.
communist says, "I will give you a
new plow". He clean conceive re- Adult Institute Schedules
ceiving a plow. The Americans say. -More 'New Classes
"we will give you a new tractor".
A tractor is far beyond his con- With world conditions as they
ception of ever receiving, so he ac- are, many people are anxious to
cepts the promise of the plow as know more of the world and its peo-
being more plausible. ple. For that reason, a class will
The film pointed out that Musso- start Monday, January 22 in world
lini promised to rid the country of geography, sponsored by the Gulf
Bolshevics, but succeeded In ruin- County Adult Institute. This class
ing the country of Italy. Hitler will' meet in the Centennial Build-
promised to get rid of the Jews ing. Class time will be each Mon-
but divided his country among its day at 7:00 p.m.'
conquerors. Lenin promised peace,: Other classes in progress and
bread and land, the three basic open to new students are English,
necessities and is gaining his dis- mathematics. 'American history,
ciples with this promise regardless typing., 'horthand, office machines
of thf attrociuies performed "in and boolckeeping :
the cause of betterment .for...-the Any-adult interested in obtaining
little man". a high school diploma should con-
When-,'th -id-ropean asks, 'Why tact H. F. Ayers. Director of Gulf
did war do this to my homeland?" County Adult Institute and find out
the communist telig'him, "the cap- how you may do so.
italists did it. Join us to lick them Classes will be starting in the
and have ,peace". near future in personal survival in
Guests of the club :Thursday were disaster. Time 'and place will be
Joel Barbee and Bill Fite. announced later.



Sharks Have 1-2



Record Ior Week


Paced by the 26-point scoring of
Tommy Bevis, the defending state
Class B champion Malone Tigers
rolled over the Port, St. Joe Sharks,
61.37 last Friday night on the
Sharks' home court.
Johnny Ray topped the losers,
who suffered their fourth reversal
in seven games, with 14 points.


Malone -held a 27-16 halftime ad-
vantage.
Port St. Joe captured the pre-
liminary junior varsity game, 28-17.


Sharks fg ft tp Malone
Boyer 3 0 6 Bevis
Kennedy 2 0 4 Floyd
Ray 4 6 14 Hodgens
Chason 3 0 6 Brunson
Johnson 0 1 1 Rodger
Chafin 3 0 6 King
Hasty
,Score by quarters:
Malone 15 12 14
Port ,St. Joe 10 6 11
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5 11
0 10
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NUMBER 16


mission Discusses




Renewal Prospects


Garbage Problem Stirs Up Talk

Of Slum Clearance Possibilities

What started out as a protest to the practice of shoddy
"yard-keeping" in the Northern section of Port St. Joe at the
Commission meeting Tuesday night, turned into a serious
discussion of securing urban renewal funds for Port St. Joe


for slum clearance projects.
Smith brought up the subject
section of Port St. Joe when
why Port St. Joe hasn't obtain
cently been secured. for Apalac


ama City.
City Attorney Cecil G. Costin told
the Board that they could probably
obtain such aid for federal housing
but that the Board would first have
to appoint a Housing Authority of
which the Board members could be
the members.
'Costin said that in order to ob-
tain federal housing the Housing
Authority would have to sell deben-
tures to finance the project with
repayment of the debentures made
by 'rental proceeds. Such a deben-
ture would not obligate the City
of Port St. Joe or its revenues for
repayment of the debentures. The
financing and repayment would be
handled.solely by the Housing Au-
thority and 'would have no connec-
tion with the City.
When quizzed it such a venture
would provide taxable property for
the city to offset tax revenue los's
from possible demolition. of pres-
ent property, Costin 'said he did
not know, -but that he. 'thought such
a project was taxable.
Getting back to his original com-
plaint .of garbage being scattered
over the North section of Port St.
Joe, Smith asked whit could: be
done about thbdsituation'. as-lt' tag
unsightly, unsanitary and unheal-
thy. -Clerk, Heoderson told the
Board-that refusal to pay garbage
collection fees was responsible for
part of the problem and refusal to
place garbage 'in collectors was a
part of the problem. Commissioner,
Duren interjected, "We can't rake


"E" and "F" between Battle and
Peters Streets.
The City has tentatively agreed
to do the work on an assessment
basis, billing property owners on
an equal share basis for placing the
service. Water and Sewer Superin-
tendent G. L. Scott said that place-
ment of such sewer would give this
service to all of Port St. Joe.


commissioner John Robert Clerk Henderson was instructed
of garbage littered about this to ascertain the ownership of lots
he interjected the question of affected by the next meeting date
Se q o and a decision to go ahead or de-
ned such a program as has re- ny the request for the service will
chicola, Wewahitchka and Pan- be made.
Superintendent Scott was in-
structed ,to furnish the Board with
each month. He further stated that an estimated cost for the 'project at
his advice had been that sinec'the the next meeting.
City keeps a constant -chlorine OTHER BUSINESS
check at several spots in the City Commissioner Duren asked
water 'system that a bacteria count the status of street lights to -be
at all times is unnecessary as long tnstalled .on'Allen Memorial Way
as the chlorine count meets the from the Centennial Building to St.
state requirements at all times. Joseph Bay. Clerk Henderson said
The Commission agreed to follow that hp h d notified the Florida
this practice. Power Corp. of the requestfor the
S FIRE PLUG :hrs. Henderson was instructed to
SThe disputed tire plug at the find out the status of the' request.
corner of Third and Monument A Siettr from ihe aurtiong
amie lup azain for discussion Tues- Jacksonville statd ya at a three-
d:,y ulght. George G. Tapper wants audit with a separate rept for
to move the pluge, hiauds expe wth a separate re t or
from the driveway of 'his service e0 ar would coned report for they 2,-
sration now und,:r construction... 250"0(. A combined report for the
It won decided tht the' plu onstr would period weuld run a little lesa.. The
m was d r ided1;1f plucouldfirm said that the audit could ,be
be moved t,o, tb corner of the alley m saded that the t could sooner
at the rer Jimmy Gees..Stn Smith requested that the firm be
dard Service Station.. required to give 'a efinite change.
But disruion .came up regard- for the combined report.'the Smith,
ing an easement that was to be toiyanaenomba edrdeCrahe Smithde
forthcoming for the city water and city audits in the' ljat.
sewer 'mains .whieh now run under Bids to reprthe small wa
the Tapper huildini. the IGA Food- Bids to repal"t..sail wa.
liner and the .Post Oftice uildFoo ter storage were delayed for read-
liner and the Post Office building ing until tbe next zeeting. Theon-
in what -was vbirrly'an alley. ginal bid called for seaimng of the
was -the opinioa of the group that (ColbanyI- On Page 4)
Tapper agti3 ro repair any dam- (Cor-On Page 4) -
age resualtfUc.I1 'these lino, in l te
future and furnish an easement SpeakerS_ heduled At
rating that he would do this work.
The City has not received the ease- PTA Mqeting Tonight
ment and the Board instructed the
City Attorney to secure the ease- The Elementary PTA will meet


ment before the plug is .moved, tonight at 7:30 p.m. in, the Elem9u-
8EWER WORK tary .School Auditorium)
Discussion was also revived con- Guest spea m


the yards as well as collect the gar- cerning placement of sewer ser- [tonight will be Dr. Pauline Fer.tch
bage." vice on three blocks in the North of the Bay County Guidance Clific.
It was pointed out that a city Port St. Joe section. A request had Dr. Fertch will speak on a topic
ordinance requires the disposition been brought to .the meeting two that will be interesting to all.
of garbage whether or not it is weeks ago to furnish sewer on Ave- All' members of the Elemenatry
picked up by the city truck and nue "B" between Battle Street and PTA and parents of elementary stu-
prohibits the littering of yards, al- North Park Avenue and Avenues dents are urged to attend-.


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Port St. Joe's Sharks lost their nean
second game in as many days last samp
Saturday night when they fell vic- comn
tim to the Marianna Bulldogs in be tt
Marianna, 56-36. State
Rogers and Applewhite, with 26
and 16 points, respectively paced 1 f
the Bulldogs in their winning ef- h .


Brownie Scout Troop Four Observes Its First Anniversary


Pictured above is Brownie Scout Troop Four
which is celebrating its first birthday today with
a birthday cake, cup cakes and punch at the home
of Mrs. J. Wayne Hendrix on Woodward Avenue.
Leaders of the Troop are Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs.
W. H. Howell, Jr., and Mrs. Brady, Jordan.


Troop members are: front row, left to right,
Kate Robbins, Joy Parker, Midge Howell, Holly
Hendrix, Susan Rust, Debbie Floyd, Danice Jordan,
and Marsha Player. Second row, left to right, Gayle
Collins, Cathy Mclnnis, Lanell Chason, Vicky Ford,
Janie Cathy, Otis Kay Pyle, Carol Parker and Pam
O'Brian. (Star photo)


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ays and streets with garbage.
of Police H. W. Griffin was
;ed by Mayor Hannon with
responsibility of seeing that
ordinance is adhered to in this
)on of town.
mmissioner Smith was instruc-
y Mayor Hannon 'to look into
federal -housing -prospects.
WATER OK
mmissioner Tom Coldewey re-
d to the Commission that he
looked into the question of se-
g 'constant bacteria count for
water. Coldewey "said he had
ed and received advice on the
er and that the U. S. Public
th Service requires two water
les a month for testing. He re-
inended that the two samples
taken .and forwarded to the
Board of Health for testing


rt. The Bulldogs had a nine-point
advantage after the end of the U U W% R
rst period, but the Sharks, picked
p four of these points in the sec-
nd half. The Bulldogs came on Plans are being made to honor
rong in the second half to tie up Bob Sikes, Congressman from the
e game. First Congressional District of
George Boyer topped the Sharks Florida, here in Port St. Joe on
oring efforts with 13 points. Wednesday, February 7.
Marianna also won-the prelimin- Plans are being formulated by
ry, 29-27. representatives of the City of Port
harks fg ft tp Marianna fg ft tp St. Joe, the Gulf County Board of
;oyer 3 7 12 Rogers 6 14 26 Commissioners, the Port St. Joe
:ennedy 1 0 2 A'white 8 0 16 ; Chamber of Commerce and the Port
tay 1 2 4 Jenings 2 2 6! St. Joe Jaycees to honor the Con-
hason 3 3 9 Frank 0 2 2 gressman. Making up the program
-riner 1 6 8 Cox 1 0 2 committee are: Harry H. Saunders,
I Joiner 1 0 2 George G. Tapper and Frank Han-
|Hewett 0 1 1 non. R. H. Ellzey is in charge of
I C'penter 0 1 1 publicity for the special day.
Score by quarters: The honor festivities will get un-
ort St. Joe 8 15 10 3-36 der way at 11:00 a.m. with a con-
[arianna 17 11 15 13-56 cert by the High School Band. From
e:. .:- 0: 11:30 to 12:00 Congressman Sikes
The Sharks got back in the win will address those in attendance
(Continued On Page 4) and at 12:00 noon a free fish fry


Last Week for Making Selections

For Outstanding Young Man of 1961


This is the last week for those
wishing to select their "outstand-
ing young man of the year 1961"
to do so.
The,Port St. Joe Jaycees, who
are conducting the selection will
judge the entries and make their
selection next Tuesday night.
The project of the Jaycees is
to select the young man in Port
St. Joe who was outstanding in
civic service during the year 1961.
The man selected must not have
reached his 36th birthday before


dinner will be served. Mayor Frank


BOB SIKES


December 31, 1961. -
If you desire to make a selec-
tion, just write your selection on
a slip of paper, the 'approximate
age of your nominee'and some of
the reasons you are making your
selection. Mail the entry to "Jay-
cee Outstanding Young Man
Award", P. 0. Box 308, Port St.
Joe, Florida.
Winner of the selection will be
announced at. the annual Jaycee
banquet Friday, January 26.


Hannon will be master of cere-
monies at the program.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Sikes will be in Port St. Joe on
that date to participate in a hear-
ing on deepening and widening the
Gulf County Canal from St. Joseph
Bay to its intersection with the
I rtracoastal Waterway.
The proposal is to deepen the
Gulf County Canal to 12 feet and
widen it to 125 feet. At .present the
-anai is nine feet deep and 100 feet
wide. This would enlarge the Gulf
C'runty Canal to federal waterway
dimensions and make the canal
**-pible of handling heavier water
.raffc.
The hearing will begin at 9:30
ii m. Both the hearing and the Bob
Sikes festivities will be held at the
C.ni cnnial Building.


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NEWS


By GEORGE BOYER
Saturday afternoon, January 13
the Sharks Bowling League opened
their season at 1:00 p.m. The new-
1y formed bowling league, for boys
"from 10 to 19 years old, Is sponsor-
e" by ibe Port St. Joe Junior Cham-
ie ,r oif Commerce.
The new league,, consisting of
s eix ..teams and. four players to a
team, had a very good turn-out for
the first day. Teams two and five
were tied for first place with four
-;': 'ns 'afid'no' losses. at the end of
, .the-. 'first day. But 'I'm sure they
o., n't stay on top fo rlong. Some
of. the other teams had a "bad"
S..day.


Saturday, January 20 a' 1:00 p.m.
will be the second day of bowling
for the new league. Every boy be-
tween 10 and 19 years of age and
interested in bowling are welcome
to attend.
. The boys are really grateful to
Mr. Kerrigan, Mr. Smith and Jake
Koller for the help they have given
us in startnig our league.
STANDINGS


Team
Number 2
Number 5
Number 4
Number 3
Number 1
Number 6


V L Pct.
4 0 1.000
4 0 1.000
3 1 .750
1 3 .250
0 4 .000
.0 4 .000


SHIRTS PEDAL PUSHERS


Men and Boys Wear
Outfitters for Dads and Lads


-- SLIM JIMS


THE STA JNtAt St. Joe, Flo.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1962


RESOLUTION


WHEREAS, Mr. Joe L. Sharit, a
long-time member of The First
Methodist Church in Port St. Joe,
Floirda ,transferred f r o m the
Church Militant to the Church Tri-
umphant on December 10, 1961;
and
WHEREAS he was an outstand-
ing Churchman *and a Christian
Gentleman who loved his church
and worked untiringly in its be-
half; and
WHEREAS he was loyal in at-
tendance and generous with his
time and his possessions in the
work of the Kingdom; and
WHEREAS he served his church
well in the District, Conference and
the Jurisdiction, as well -as at
home; and
WHEREAS his presence and in-
fluence will be greatly ,missed by
all who knew him, and most es-


Thesix teams are:__ pecially y tis uoar
iK ",THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVE
'. Team No. 1-Norton ilbKourn, ED that we, the Official Board o IT RESOL
Nelson Hall, Joe Whaley and David S. Jmes Members ED The First we, thodistffiChurch of Por
R*oche.' HH d Annual Election St Joe, Florida, -express our sor
.'- Team No. 2-Philip Ivey,:Herbert r o departure, and tha
-.,-Gardner, Frankie :Scott and Char- At the annual meeting of St. row over his departure, and tha
Slie Zimmerman. James Episcopal Church last Thurs- cere sympathy to his dear wife an
* Team No. 3-Carl Zimmerman, day night, a large crowd was pres- his son in their bereavement. We
Cuortney Martin and Paul Robbins. ent for a covered dish dinner af- shall cherish his memory and prc
Team No. 4-Jerry Wynn, Sonny ter which elections were held for
HEells, Billy Versiga" and Lloyd members of the Vestry and Coun- fit by his sojouRTHER RESOLVE
SGar idelegates.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVE
rdneram No. 5-BobCraigcil delegates t Robert hat copies of this Resolution 'b
Team No, 5-Bob Craig, Rober Tom Owens, Fead Etheridge and sent to the family, The Star, and
Marlowe, Jimmy Burns and Wally Richar dMcIntosh were elected to to The Methodist Christian Advc
*:Dodson. the Vestry. cate, and that a copy be filed in
Team.,No. 6-W. E.,.Thursbay,
og BoyerCharles Gibn and Tom Coldewey, Paul Fensom, the Minutes of the Official Boar
eoge Boyer, Charles Gibon and Herbert Brown and Roy Gibsion of our Church.
-.Chesley Fensom.. were elected as delegates to the' Respectfully,
.. AsK- the league, play progresses, ta C r
...l "e annual Council. They will petition Wayne Buttram, Chairma
some of the teams will have some
o .ftren telays. i the Council for Parish status for Joe Stevens, Secretary
erntlie Zimmayerman s. ad the igh- St. James. The Council meets in J. C. Carmichael, Pastor

:est -individual game with a 188. Jacksonville January 23.
,...Sbme of the boys said he either had PROCLAMATION
,L. a&lucky day or he was hot on alleys Baptist Laymen Attending r OU LMIV IVI
'.one and two. But time will tell. Conference in Jacksonville
Billy Versiga was next with a 169 -WHEREAS, the civic bodies
-. and Frankie Scott had a 164. Char- Attending the Baptist Laymen's and service organizations of our
1 e Zimm.erman also had the aver- Conference in Jacksonville this community and the departments
.age for three games with a 174. week are Bill Fleming, Cliff Ellis, of the local government recog-
Some of. the boys camp out with Harry Lee Smith, John Strickland, nizes the great service rendered
some pretty low averages for three 'Bob Nobles, Frank Pate, Rev. C. to this community by the Port
game's. W. E. Thursday .had a 79, Byron Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George St. Joe Junior Chamber of Comn
-;Jerry Wynn 88, and George Boyer McLawhon, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Rob- merce, and
'96. I'm sure they had a "bad" day bins and Rev. J. C. Odum. The con- WHEREAS, the United .States
.or ,had other things on their mind. ference is being held Tuesday, Junior Chamber of Commerce
I kiow ,personally that one of the Wednesday and Thursday 'of this and its affiliated state and loca'
three .had':a.very bad day. I week. organizations have set aside the




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Miss Helen Faye Mauldin, niece Mr. Blackburn will be united in
of .Mrs. Raymond Hardy and Tyrone marriage January 26 at the Calla-
Blackburn are pictured above at a way Baptist Church, Panama City.
dinner party honoring them Janu-. way Baptist Church, Panama City.
ary 7 at the Raymond Hardy home The young couple was .presented
at Overstreet. Miss .Mauldin and a piece of crystal.,


week 'of January 21-26, 1962, to
observe the founding of the Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce and
,to commemorate such founding
-by the selection of an outstand-
ing young -man in this commun-
ity as the recipient of the Dis-
tinguished Service Award, and
WHEREAS, this organization
-of young men has -contributed
materially to the betterment of
this community throughout the
year,
THEREFORE, I, Frank Han-
non, Mayor of the City 'of Port
St. Joe, -do hereby proclaim the
week -of January 21-26, 1962, as
JAYCEE WEEK and urge all citi-
zens of our community to give
full consideration to the future
services of the Junior -Chamber
of Commerce.
i C FRANK HANNON,
Mayor

Governor Bryant Names
Jan. 20-27 Jaycee Week


January 20-27 as "Junior Chamber
of Commerce Week" in Florida and
asked all state and local organiza-
tions to cooperate in the observ-
ance.
He said the purpose of the week
is to focus attention on young men
and the work they are doing, and
emphasize that the Florida Jaycees
have done an outstanding job in
the fields of community develop-
mnent, youth work, traffic safety,
and leadership training.
During Jaycee Week observance
in Florida, the U. S. Men of 1961
in Santa -Monica, California, with
national Jaycee President Bob Con-
ger making the .presentations.
The week celebrates the found-
ing of the Junior Chamber in 1915,
when Henry Giessenbier saw a
need for a young mne's civic group
and organized the first chapter, ac-
cording ,-to state Jaycee Week
Chairman Bill Gunter 'of Orlando.
The 'Floridar.Jaycees-, over 7,000
strong, have local clubs in more
than 100 cities throughout the


TALLAHAASEE-Governor Far- state. State headquarters for the
ris Bryant this week proclaimed organization is located in Lakeland.

The Children's Corner:
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year's garden, ask for a few
seeds from each packet and
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eum", using those few seeds
that never will be missed.
This museum may be made
in at least two different ways
(and you'll probably think of
others). You can paste the seeds
onto a large piece of cardboard,
grouping seeds of each kind to-
gether in one small area or you
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glass or plastic bottles or vials
that once held flavoring or med-
icines, clean them, and put each
kind of seed in a separate con-
tainer. These small vials may
then ',- stored in a shoe box.
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group of that seed on the card-
board or on a paper label to
paste on each container. When
you don't know one seed from
the other, it's easy to get
mixed up, so it pays to go slow
it first. Take the seeds out of


only one packet at a time, paste
them on the cardboard or put
them in the vial and then label
them before you open the next
packet.
It won't take you long to find
out that no two kinds of seeds
look alike that each kind
will announce its name to you
the next time and every other
time you see it if you have
once connected the right name
with the right seed.
Try to get some large seeds
like corn, some medium-sized
ones like carrots and some tiny
ones like petunias so that you
have variety in your museum.
Include some different seeds like
the clusters that are beet seeds
and the feathery seeds of mari-
golds.
.Be sure to make your museum
so it can be carried. Then, when
it is finished, you can take it
to show your teacher and class-
matas members of your Cub
den, Brownie or Bluebird
group, who are not likely to
know as much about seeds as
you do, now that you have made
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Woolford's Leading
In Merchant's 'League
By BOB KERRIGAN
Monday night's action saw Pat's
Wonder Bar take on the Custom
Shop on alleys number one and
two. Pat's took the first game with
an 867, came back in the second


with an 850 and lost the game when
the Custom Shop hit an 881. Then
Sillin the third game Pat's rolled an
New Rod Wi.l.ear at ing 845 besting Custom's 831 for three
Ths newspaper was extremely interested in the report points. These were two very nice
This neWspaper was extremelyinterested in the report series, Pat's with a2562 and Cus-
at the County Commission meeting last Tuesday of the results tom with a 2529. 'Ron Pendergraft
of the experimental paving.project going on over the Jones was the top man for Pat's with a
Homestead Road. The County .paved this road themselves 559 including a 218 game. Bob Bo-
with a new 'soil-ceament" paving process sold to them by a den also hit 500 for the ,first time
1,; .this season. Bill Galvan returned
leading cement coiipany representative. Reports and claims to action and had a 523, with a 215
of the cement man were so glowing and convincing that the game. Richard shit 518 for his ser-
County decided to risk a trial of his method since it resulted ies and Tumer had 512. Boy, talk
in such tremendous savings... about getting splits and making
The County paved the road. in: about one half the time them last week-this week Gra-
normally required for a paving operation at a saving of $30,- bowski made the 5 7 9, Mobley
made the 4 7 9 an then made the
000 per mile xn -the cheapest paving they had ever contracted 4 7 10. Richards made the 5 7 and
for in the past. Such a saving 'being possible in the future Ralph Ward made the 3 10.
for paving jos warrants the risk of some $13,000 to try out On alleys three and four, we had
the new method. We are heartily in agreement to the Coun- Pylant's rolling Phillip's "66" and
ty's experimenhtto save Gulf. tax-payers money in the future. the Men's Shop, took three points
Only one hitch remains in -the deal and that is, will dropping the first game ylanft's
the new-type paving hold up? The County doesn't, know. came back and took the second
They didn't know when the rbad was put down. Tests per- and third and total pins. Roger
formed on the road now that it is finished indicate that it Hart was high man tor. Phillips
will. We hope it does. with a 467. Bobby Shaw found a
l W ho i o ,,\i* -groove in these alleys and rolled
Another fly in the ointment- is that the state secondary groove in the se alleys and rolled
164,rand then wo 209 games for a
road funds, from which most of Gulf, County's roads receive high of 582. Nice rolling Bobby.
financing for their construction, must be spent on roads meet- We wonder what happened to Mc-
ing state secondary road specifications. And, these specifi- Clain tonight? He rolled against
cations say nothing about spending the money on soil-cement a blind man and tied him with a
asphalt coated roads. They have specific-specifications on 381.and ix aw he ig,
building up road beds and applying asphalt (which sometimes (not ,big this night) Woolford's
do not work in Gulf County). t eam take on the Stone's Bar team
We think the Gulf Commission's biggest job is now be- and for a while it looked like this
fore them.. It will be quite a task, but we believe the Com- was. the night that Woolford's was
mission should keep elaborate records on this experimental in for a bad beating. Stone's took
the first 'game behind Ray Medlin's
mile of road for the next three. or four .years. If the road 201, and then came back in the sec-
comes up to expectations it should be the duty of the Com- ond and again Ray anchored with


mission of offering their records as proof in persuading the a
State Road Department to allow secondary funds to be spent ,.t
on the soil-cement road '- along with the tremendous say- t
ings... .
Even if the ,iew. road proves' feasible, the -county road
fund is hardly rich enough to meet the paving needs of the p
county ignoring the secondary funds, just because the pav- B
ing methods that can- be used are cheaper. Gulf's drivers t1
pay in this secondary fund in :gasoline taxes and we are due h
the funds back for roads. The County can be instrumental
in seeing that these funds now build four times the road. that .
they have in the past. .


Prayer In The Schools
We don't know how far the modern movement to de-
stroy the last vestige of religion in our schools is going to
go, but the United States Supreme Court has now agreed to
hear a case to decide whether it is constitutional for prayers
to be said in our public schools.
This suit is b ou ght by a group ojf parents in New Hyde
Park, N. Y., who contend that the offering of prayer in the
schools violates the. Constitution. This suit is perhaps not
too surprising the way things are going...
But of one thing we are quite sure The men who
wrote the great -document which guarantees our rights,
including the legal right to bring this and- related actions,
were religious and prayerful men. Many prayers for divine
guidance were said over the wording of the. Constitution.
Certain it is that most legislative bodies, from the state
legislatures to the Senate of the United States, are opened
with prayer. COpuld this, by any chance, make all their en-
actments unconstitutional?
Will the time come when a criminal can demand and get
his conviction thrown out because the witnesses swore to tell
'the truth on a religious Bible? Will some parent want to
abolish all school holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas,
and Easter because of their religious implications?
Will the time come when the courts can .revoke all our
rights, including the right to bring these anti-religious ac-
tions, because the Deplaratioi. of independence refers to
these rights as God-gyven? .And, can the Declaration of In-
dependence be purged from our:.schools because it refers to
God and the Creator? .
We don't want to make any illegal or unconstitutional
suggestions, but it does occur-to usAthat the Supreme Court
which recently decided that atheism is itself a religion, might
well utter a prayer before deciding the case now before it.
-Orlando (Fla.) Evening Star


If and when the time comes that it takes the United
States Supreme Court more than five minutes to hand down
a unanimous decision .that the use of prayer in school .
any school we might add is anything other than consti-,
tutional, then we should start running a bit of a purge on the
members of that high body, and find how many of them are'
conmmunistically inclined.
Could be that we've been paying attention to the wrong
bunch all this time, thinking all along that the hornet in the
ointment was only a fly.
Prayer in school unconstitutional! How ridiculous!


S208 hitting Woolford hard for
he second time. However, in the


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the third game. Better luck next
time Jim.
On alleys seven and eight, Prid-
geon's Agency with ,only four men
attempted 'to hold the Pate's Ser-
vice Center team in 'hand and for
the first two games they did just
that but in the third 'game Pate's
pushed the cooled-bff Pridgeon
team for the point .but failed to
roll enough for. the total pins so
had to be satisfied with one point
and that dropped them to sixth
place in the standings for the sea-
son. Don Si'ckman with a 118 aver-
age rolled 482 with games of 165,
164 and, 153. Nice bowling Don.
Keep it up and you will have to
anchor the team. Lane was next
with a 436. Over on the Pridgeon
team, Tommy Pridgein had to car-
ry the load the first game with a
214. Yank Zimmerman helped with
a 182. In the second game Waring
Murdock had the load with Costin
and Pridgeon helping *and in the
third, Costin was high with Mur-
dock and Pridgeon helping. Yank
had -a rough time in the third
game. Pridgeon was high man for
the Agency with a 564, Murdock
had a 489 and Costin a 487. Kerri-
gan, rolled in the place 'of the fifth
man and all I know was that he
bought a lot 'of coffee for somebody
even with his 194 game. By the
way, there were 47 strikes rolled
by the Pridgeon. team in this ser-
ies. But Custom Shop rolled 50
strikes and Pat's rolled 43 strikes
this night.


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MERCHANT'IS LEAGUE
STANDINGS
Teani W L Pet.
Woolword's 49 15 .766
Pat's Wonder Bar 39% 24% .617
Custom Shop 35 29 .547
Pylant's 29 35 .453
Stone's Bar 28 36 .438
Pate's Service 28 36 .438
Pridgeon Agency 25% 40 .387
Phillip's "66" 22 42 .344

Two Teams Tied for Top
Spot In Commercial League
By JAKE KOLLER
The Commercial League started
off the second half last week with
a bang. On' alleys one and two, the
SJPC Office team stopped -their
string of losses and slammed the
Floyd Chevrolet for three. .big
points. Lee Taylor led the Office
boys to victory with a 440 series.
Floyd's won the first game by 11
pins and dropped the last two by
43 pins.
On alleys three and '.four Cos-
tin's took on their number one arch
rivals, Vitro. Both teams rolled big
first -games with Costin's winning
by 28 pins. Costin's almost slipped
up the second game but squeezed
by Vitro with 10 pins to spare. The
last game was 'all Costin's and the
big "sweepers" made it a clean
sweep in their favor. Ron put to-
gether games of 215, 179, 194 for
a series of 588. Bob Shaw came in
a far-away second with 509. Jake
Koller paced the winning Costin's
with a string of 246, 168, 173 for
only second best of 587. Wayne
Smith rolled 521 and Captain Jim-
my Costin rolled another fine 487.
He might get that magic "500" be-
fore he is through.,
Philco .Corp. went shopping for
some points and found some at the
expense of Florida National Bank.
Bob Kerrigan was caught napping
for the Bank and rolled his low for
the year of 118 first game. Bob
finally came through with big
scores to give him a respectable
485. Melton and Richan paced the
Tech Reps from Philco with 563
and 541.
:St. Joe Motor took an easy four


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Michigan because they are one of
the top runners in the/league.
Standings of the league are as
follows:
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St. Joe Motor 4 0
Philco Corp. ....----- .. .. 3 1
S JP C O office . .. 3 1
Fla. National Bank 1 3
Floyd Chevrolet 1 3
Vitro Services 0 4
.Michigan Chemical .-.0... 0 4
Tonight's matches are as follows:
Alleys one and two, Michigan
Chemical vs. Philco..
Alleys 'three and four, St. Joe Mo-
tor vs. Florida National Bank.
Alleys five and six, Floyd Chevro-
let vs. Vitro.
Alleys seven and eight, SJPC Of-
fice vs. Costin's.,

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m Robert D. Sidwell, Director of Oivil De. NeSa B..Croxton, Exp. ............ 10.U THURSDAY, JANUARY .83, 1932 *'iE 7TAH, P ot t x",M. t'f.
uts. o f-- o -- fense filed a written report' on the County James H. Greer, Exp. .......... 100.00 __
Civil Defense participating in the Crest- E. C. Harden, Sr., Exp........... 100.00
COUnty Commission view disaster. Much discussion was had with nl Jo'ilh Tel & Tel Co., Utl.... 25.50 Standard Oil Co., Pet. Prod....... LEGAL ADVERTISING
reference to said disaster, alter which the Gulf County Ins. Arcy., Ins. .... 155.00 I.tfield, Salary. 1899 62
WEWAHITCHKA, ^''. Board commended Mr. Sidwell and the mem- S. P. Husband, Fees............... Charles Fortner, Salary ......... 13.19 NOTICE OF INTENTION
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA bears of the Civil Detense team or. a job well Joseph 1. Hendrix, M.D., Serv. 5.00 rryS.Holer, Salary ..........154. TO DISSOLVE CORPORATIONS
St r t u p January 9, 1962 done. John W. Hendrix, M.., SFeiv..... .O0 he Kemp, Salary ............. 140.22 Notice is hereby given under the provi-
The B o C C o r. Sidwell then reported that upon pre- Doie Jean 'illnan, Fees .......... 2.00 Glenn W. Daniels, Salary ........ 135.52 sions of Section 608.36, Florida Statutes, to
The Board of County Commissioners of paring to leave Port St. Joe for the disas- Harland 0. Pridgeon, Corn. .... 9,797.56 Cari Lester, Salary .............. 57.29 each of the corporations listed below, the
Gulf County, Florida, met this date in reg- ter area in Okaloosa County, he found that W. TEdwards TB Hsp., TB patients 39. J. A. Hall, Salary .............. 12252 same being incorporated under the laws of
PICK UP and DELIVERY SERVICE session with the following members the tractor t pulls the communication The Breeze, Printing.......... 23.13 Donald J. Subers, Salary........ 132.3 Florida, and according to therecords of the
IC U n ELIVE S VIC present: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Leo van would not start due to electrical or t..trol Curp., Elec. Sup.. ....... 97 10 L i. Huighes, Salary .......... 133.52 Secretary of State, each and every such core,
Kennedy, Neva Croxton, and James H. starter trouble; hat he called I. W. Duren Fla. State Assn. of Sup. of William C Lindsey, Salary ......129.7 portion appears delinquent for three (3)
Greer. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Engin- of Port St. Joe and asked to rent one of Rlegistration, Dues .......... 25.00 Chailes '. leckley,-Salary...... 142. years or more in the filing of reports and
eer, Road Superintendent, Civil Defense Di- his tractors to pull the communications van Frani, & Dot' .n- Ins ...... 555.91 It F. Knowles, Jr., Salary ......117. payment of taxes under the provisions of
7UO'NP ,rector and Mosquito Control Supervisor were to Crestview; that Mr. Duren loaned his Fha. Forest -.... !...- of budget 782.80 B E. Champion, Salary ...........97.88 Section 608.88, Florida Statutes, and that
ViHONE 227 5996. The meeting came to order at 9:00 a.m. no cost to the County. The Boa.rd nstructed At 1. Strickland, xpE. ............ SanfordK Armstrong, Salary ......' 00 54 Florida Statutes, said cd~ooration have
The Chairman opened the meeting with the Clerk to write to Mr. Duren, thanking Betty Gaskin Owens, Exp. ......... 33.50 Strckland, Salary ......... 93.54 bee classed as subject to dissolution, and
pra minute s f December 1 he use of his tractor during this A. iiergre, Postage ..... 40.00 obert L. Lester, Salary ........102.88 that three (3) months- after date of this
Spread, approved and adopted. Th1e e B a vbromnth.Con M r V eC o Lies ev" plates... 0.0 Ro C. T'harpe, Salary............103.46 publication each: and every such corporation
S HOUR R ea poed n adop .Board approved a bill from the Coun- otor ehicleCom.,Licensepltes 50Diector t. ev.,H Tax.175.40 listed below that has not n the meantime
,I The Chairman announced that the first ty Judge in the amount oi $921.;i3 cprc- > l .na ;, Co, Siag .......... 655.75
24 HOUR SERVICE business to come before the Board would be sending the balance due him under House Wewa. Hldwe. Co., Sup ......... 702.24 Ray Eo. SGreen Compt., SSRetire .... 97.50 filed its rtheports due and paid the taxes duei
'toorganiztheChairmna ou theyeatthefirsttyJuGuif Co. Soc. See. Acct., SS ...... 73.14 under the 'provisions of Section 608.33, Flor-
to organize the Bord for the year 1962. Bill 2121. S. Joe Tire & Recap., Recap..... 26.30 Colonial Life Ins. Co., Ins. ...21.00 ida Statutes, will be certified to theover-
Commissioner Harden was unanimously The Chairman announced that Congres :- Bay Mach. & Weld. Co, Sup........11.09n"S.....
Port St. Joe'sOnly Locally Operating Dry Cleaning appointed temporary Chairman. man Bob Sikes will hold a hearing in Port FINE and FORFEITURE 31GENERAL FUND a Proclamation at that time dissolving said
St. Joe on February 7, 1962, to determine 'S. P. litushn., 1,ce..s............. 315.00 K C Barden, Sr., Salary"...103.10 corporation.
Business The Temporary Chairman called for nom- whether or not the Gulf County Canal will Silas R. Stone, Salary .......... 313.33 Leo Kennedy, Salary 108 ii4.00
nations for a Chairman for the year 1962. be widened and deepened and urged all mem- Ray E. Green, Comp., Retire. ....... 20.00 Neva Croxton, Salary ...........114.50 GULF COUNTY
: Whereupon, Commissioner Kennedy nom- bers of the Board to attend this hearing. The Breeze, Printing ............ 41.00 A. J. Strickland, Salary ........ 108.50
L l '__ux e~- a u n l r y 'inated Commissioner Harden for Chairman The Board directed the Clerk to ptay Mary Bowen Supply Co., Office Sup. ..... 105.25 James H. Greer, Salary ...... ., Name Principal Place of Business
for the year 1962. There being no other Collins $10.00 from indigent funds for S. P. Ilhusband, Fees ............ 921.33 George Y. Core, Salary ........ 354.16 Duren (G. L.) Company,
I nominations, Commissioner Harden was una- nursing Rosa Lee McGowin ive days. GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL rs. C. G Rish, Salary ...........32 Incorporated .......Port St. Joe
nimously elected Chairman for 1962. The Road Superintendent filed a written Burford-Toothaker Trac Co., Parts 15.84 David C. Gaskin, Salary........ 155.00 Florida Reduction Corporation Port St. Joe
Whereupon, Commissioner Croxton nom- report oni the cost of paving the Jones Buff & BuffAlfg. Co., Sup. ....... 145.35 Max W. Kilbourn, Salary .......... 16.00 o. Gulf Printing Company .... Port St. Joe
inated Commissioner Kennedy for Vice Homestead Road, the same bein a total I'l,:Ia.i ich. Supi. Co.. Sup .... 38.58 Elmer Nunery, Salary ..........121.12 St. Joe Company, Inc ... Port St. Joe
Chairman for the year 1962. oi $13,622.47 including labor. There was Standard Oil Co. Prod. ........ 68.03 Sam P. Husband, Salary. .... ......50.00 St. Joe Hardware Company,
.Id DR rIA There being no other nominations, Comn- much discussion with reference to said road. St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts .......... 2.50 Evelyn Pate, Salary 43.20 In .................. Port St. Joe
S DRY C EANEmissioner Kennedy was unanimously elected The original estimated cost of this load Samuel Graves, Jr., Salary .... 127.40 L Fitzpatrick, Salary........8.70 It s further directed that copy of this
andl DRY L E N R Ba BVice Chairman for 1962. was $10,795.00, not including labor. .... v.:,, Silary ............ 106.74 Bail alar7 notice e blished one time in th PORT
The Chairman announced that the Board All payrolls for December were approved L. F Sellers, Salary ............ 121.62 Josephr .' B ailey, Salary .......... 8.70 notice bOe p published one time in t ihe PORT
107 SE OND STREETwillnwefillthefollowindgCountyposithionsneRobert L. McCrarv, Jr., Salary .... 8.70 ST. JOE STAR, a newspaper published in
107 SECOND STREET will now fill the following County positions and ratified as paid. The following bills ireitor lernal Revenue, Wit Tax 18.40 Betty G Owens, Salary ....." .....69.75 Port St. Joe, Florida, in which county the
at the salary or wage as set out in the bud- _,e le ,nied, e.anmied, approved and or- Ray E. Green, Coinpt:, Retire 16.48 J. J. Hill, Salary.............. :home office of the above listed corporations.
get for the present fiscal year, to-wit: dered paid. iG f i Co. SS Acct., Saoc. Sec. ........ 12 .36 e I alary ...... eN oN h o I e r
Attorney for the Board, Road Superinten- GENERAL FUND ;Colonial Life & Aei. Ins Co., Ins 900 Cubie R. Laird, Salary..........173.00 'are shown to be located.
dentCountiEngneerSupenisorforIest 9.00oDirector Internal Rev., Tax ...... 79.10 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here-
dent, County Engineer, Supervisor for Pest Mrs. M. H. Conger, Indigent ...... $15.00F Gulf Co. Soc. Sec. Acct., SS ...... 121.01 unto set my hand and caused the
CoStrol, Civil Defense Director and County BMmaHDarley, I" e....... 00
Serviceol ii n Director and OountyrEmma Darley, ............ J.G.^i GENERAL FUND Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .... 71.50 Great Seal of the State of Florida, to
By separate motion and vote, the Board C.1 C. Davis, .............. 10.00 V. B. Coppede, Salary .......... .4 Ray ofes. Green, Compt, Retirens ...... 44.25 be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capida, to
unanimously voted to appoint and employ Grace Dunlap .wo S. T. orris, Salary ............. ..95.76 Profes. Ins. Corp. Ins...........s 60044.25 be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capi-.
SA TURDA Ythe following for the year 162:to-witC.. Daniell, Salary............1822 ing no further buins 5 1962.
'R D A Y 0 N L Atthorowiner for the HoeardDavid 0. t a-ki. Bessie...s .................200 lanline W. Sowers, Salary ...... 25.00 Tfsstcome D.
Attorney for the Board, David kin. .. l erEhe Board, the meeting did adjourn. TOM ADAMS,
Road Superintendent, Lloyd Whitfield. Kate Glass......................15.00 Director Internal Rev ,WEI Tax Sry41f60bomuTO fSt
County Engineer, Max W. Kilbourn. Annie Hudgins.. ............ 1000 RatyE. Green, Compt., Retire.....18.14 ATTEST:oreYreeEryHoeS.(te
Supervisor Pest Control, E. C. Daniell Mrs. H. 0. Jones .......... 12.00 Gulf Counyt Soc. Sec. Acct., SS .... 13.605CeorkChinuardenr. ( )
Civil Defense Direcotr, Aobert D. Sidwell. Lula Kemp .............. 15.00 Colonial Life & Acei. Ins., Ins....... 6.00 Clrk
C t R e s ta u r a n t t service Uficer, J. Hill Druscilla Keel.. ............15.001 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
Wheouutypon, service Ufficer, J. J Hill. Johny Keith .............. Void Burford-Toothaker Co, Equip. .. 19,848.00 SUPPORT THE SHARKS BOOST PORT ST. JOEl
Whereupon, the Chairman and Vice Chair- !'TL 1500 Fla. Asphalt Paving Co., Sup. ... 190.00
man were duly seated for the year 1962. Bessie Lee "...........15.00 Fla. Asphalt I'aving Co., Sup.. 190.00
ene Armstrong requested employment Mrs. JohintMcMillian ........15.00 St. Joe HIdwc. Co., Sup. ..... 6.960.65 ...
5 "HAM BR GR" with one of the County Departments. The Pinkie Mae ers 1.......... 00 5 Standareeze Pub. Co., Print .......... 33.95
SChairman said that there were no openings AudF eu "n .......... Kirkland Surplus Sale, Sup ....... 2.23
at this time but requested Mr. Armstrong v Pate .. 1200 West Fla. Equip., Labor & Rep. 30.61
With Everything On It o. TO o to file his application for future reference. Minnie Patterson ...... 12 0 W R EA C o, Utilities .. & Rep. 30.61
Mrs. Eva Pate requested additional indi- ..........1500 E t. Co eUtilities..... Uti......... 27.63
gent funds and stated that she has been Allie Porter .............. Jo eTel. & Tel. Co., Util.......27 .3
M I L K A ----- 3 0 sick for 8 weeks. The Board informed her Mary Porter ............15.00 Allied Equip.Co., Sup .......... CAL 406.30EAMAN
I that was receiving the maximum monthly Winnie Ross a............10.00 Floyd Ciev. Co., Repairs ..........48 00 CAL Lt N
creased. andthatamount nt ae Creamer0. V. ............15.00 Gulf O euil rs Sup., Sup ....... 14.40 Plumbing installation -- Repairi.
crThe Clerk was directed to discontinue in- Onnie Blackman .......... 15.00 Smith's Sundries, Freight ........... 95 Contract Work Specialty
digentpayments to Myrtle Quick.Ruh1 B.t.on .42.60 Keenan W S Sup; 42.60
The Board did then select a Jury list for Irvin Darley... ................. 10.00 Keenan Weld. Sup., Sup..........42.0
SI T 0 S E R V I C E rct Court for the year 1962. Eleanor Wiie, others Pension ... ... .. 1 eat otor C o., Parts .......... .65
COM PLETE PH O TO :SERV EIvey Pope, J. K. Pridgeon and Perry Lud- a.......... og...... 1. 12.00 Apalachicola Northern RR Frt... 590-.0
lam presented a right of way deed for a 50 Mae Creamer ...... G eneratorvel Co., G artsavel ....15...... 15 Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
foot road running from a point on the Inez Bright ....... 9.00. Ptm~ t Generator Co., Parts .... 15.15
FAST QUALITY ROLL FILM SERVICE state highway, at the J. K. Pidgeon Sto se Simmons .. ... .00 Standard Steel Co., Sup.........128. -CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
in a westerly direction for 500 feet to the Josie Odom ......... 9.00 Pananma achinery Sup., Sup........44.33
home of Perry Ludlam. Upon motion by Bessie Glass ..........." 6.00 CTaylor Parts Sup.. Parts.up.........40
PORTRAIT commissioner Greer, seconded byrcomrlds-e l'ie W Teks I .............. .00 rCaloway Bros, Weld. Sup......... 46.40
MOVIE FILM BLACKand WHITE COLOR sioner roxon and duly carried, the right Burford-Toothaker Trac. Co., Trac. 5,24:3.4, eoge Tapper Co., Equp.PLU BERS Rent. 6.75ENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU
MOVIE FILMBLACKand WHITE COLOR of way was accepted and ordered recorded. Gulf White Truck, Inc. .. 2,2 G25 Burford-Toothaker, Sup ............ 0.RV E
The Mosquito Control Supervisor pre. o-mtugeo', \..... .............33.41 Gulf Track & Roller Co., Pts. & lab. 101.42 IVA AN PLUM BING SERVICE
sented a map of old State Road borrow pits Pacet's -. ,.. .... Repairs .... 2 75 Cook Itr. Co Sup...............13.92 BEAM BING SERVICE
that are creating mosquito breeding pockets Player Motor Co., Repairs ........ 712 in SleGlon Ser.. Parts ........ 9.45
Y I and requested the County to authorize the i. P. Tomlinson, Ins ............. 7 Hurston Mtr. Co., Parts............9.40
LY N A R T I S U D I0 draining of said pits as a local project. 4.. J- 40., Co Parts............ 3.30 A, t T o. l.i., Parts ........ 38.28 10 G
drafnte od scus d pits as a local project. JTos eph^ &Tel. ,Util. .. 8.75 St. Joe Auto Parts Co., Parts .... 1822.38 1107 GARRISON AVE. PHONE BAll 7-241
APhone 227-2491 After discussion, there was a motion by St. Joseph Tel & Te, Util ....... Joe o ... 82.21
23 Reid AvenuePhone 227-2491 mmissioner reer, seconded by Comm. .5. Aemoare. ........ 182.28 St. Joe Asotor c, Sup........ ... 82.21
Kennedy and dualy carried, that said project The Star, Printing. ........ 50.00 l. i. A soc., Ser.pha ........ 1,090.2716
N be approved and authorized. Genm Office Equip, Office Sup .... 1.6 5 American Oil Co., Asphalt ...... 1,001.16
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WHAT KIND OF EDUCATION
WILL YOUR CHILD RECEIVE?
'i would be impossible for par- parents may need- to rieew words
enlts to answer this question with htat -have been introduced. by the
4 positive answer, but there are teacher, but the child needs extra
means:.they -may use to help them help with.
-be Inform d- as to the kind of edu- Another very impiftant thing is
nation he is receiving now and thus that parents contad t the teacher if
have-a feeling of security about is their hild frequently comes home
future education, without homework. Make sure the
Homework is a key word to far child isn't forming- poor study ha-
as learning is concerned. How well bits by evading assignments.
homr ework-ser'ves its purpose is de. How does homework affect a stu-
termined by how .well students, dent's education? First of all home-
teachers and parents assume their Work helps the student to develop
responsibilities related to it. self-discipline that will be of value
. The teacher's responsibility is to throughout life. Homework rein-
give assignments to meet the chid's forces and extends the work of the
need. Then it is the responsibility classroom. It gives the student an
df the parents to provide a quiet opportunity to think about and im-
dtftosphere for the child to study, press upon his mind past and future
and not do the homework for him. lessons and experiences.
'phey may help the child by making Homework helps parents as well
suggestions for topics for themes, as children. It helps them to
or help him to find books and oth- achieve a better understanding of
er materials that he may use for their child's activities during his
assigned research paper, but the school hours away frmo -home. It
child should assume the major re- gives parents a feeling of satisfac-
sponsibility. For smaller children, tion to see that their child is fbrim-


THfi 8TAR, Port t. Jod, FJ',. '
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1962
ing proper study habits which will
enable him to secure the kind of
education they desire for him.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
LELA MAE FOWLER,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate ul Lela Mae
Fowler, deceased, are hereby notified and
required to file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate in the
office of Sam P. Husband, County Judge,
Gulf County, Florida, at the Courthouse at
Wewahitchka, Florida, within six (6) calen-
dar months from the date of the first pub-
lication of this notice. Each claim or de-
mand must be in writing and must state
the residence and post oftice address of the
claimant, and must be sworn to by the clai-
mant, his agent or attorney, or it will be-
come void according to law.
Dated this 10th day of January, A. D.,
1962.' s/ VERA LEE WASHINGTON
Executrix of the Will of
Lela Mae Fowler, deceased.
OEOIL G. COSTING, JR.4t
Attorney for Executrix 4t
First Publication on: January 18, 1962.
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u"res and areas, of .thd world. No
.i ,. i be fatal. to by-products of atomic energy color or ethnic group is free of can-
27. Does cancer usually develop may contribute to the development cer. However, there ae different sI
health? 29. Is there a connection be- forms of cancer throughout the o

General health seems to have no tween atomic bomb explosions world.
24. Can repeated overexposure bleed and occur in the presence of relationship to the onset of can- and cancer? 31. Can a person recognize can-
to the sun cause skin cancer? a bowel cancer. This may obscure cer. This means that even people Some of the radioactive material, cer himself without seeing a phy-
Yes. Cancer of the skin occurs of- th significance of the danger sig- with no signs of ill health should such as strontium 90 resulting from sician?
ten in fair-skinned persons who nal: rectal bleeding. Such bleeding, get regular periodic medical check- an atomic bomb explosion ,settles No. Only a physician is trained to
have been, repeatedly exposed to therefore, should always be brought ups. to the earth (fallout) and may even- diagnose and distinguish cancer
the sun's rays over long periods of to the attention of a physician. 28. Can radiation cause cancer? tually get into the body. If a large from other diseases.
time. Dark-skinned people and 26. Can one's attitude toward Yes but not when radiation is enough quantity of such material 32. Can a thorough examination
those who tan rapidly and easily: cancer influence the course of :properly used in the practice of is present over many years, cancer to detect cancer be performed in
are less susceptible to the harmful the disease? medicinee or dentistry. X-rays and of the bones and/or blood-forming a physician's office?
effect of too much sun exposure. Yes. In the sense that if one is-othe rftrms of radiation used cor- tissue may occur. Yes, most cancers can be detect-
25. Ca nhemorrholds turn can- unwilling to seek early medical at- nercially by untrained people can 30. Is cancer a disease of civil- ed in the phyiscian's office. The
cerous? tetion or to accept proper medical be dangerous. Under such circum- ization? physician knows when and how to
No. But hemorrhoids (piles) may treatment for cancer, the effects stances overexposure to x-rays or No. Cancer is found in all cul- arrange for further special exam-
S.....-. nations, if needed, and how to in-
terpret the results of such examina-
tions.
33. Is a cancer specialist the
only physician able to detect
S|cancer in a health checkup?
No. every practicing physician
has basic training in cancer detec-
S -" tion and is supplied wth latest n-
-/ formation in medical journals and
materials provided through medical
.- societies and the American Cancer
Society.
34. What is a health checkup?
It consists of a health interview
N O .', '.followed by a general physical ex-
; '' amination. Usually, the body sur-
C ..' I ace is inspected, followed by exam-
S- nation of various organs or areas
LD''" I ..* V :such as the heart, blood vessels,
S.... 'lungs, mouth, nose, ears, eyes,
S... y^ !throat, abdomen, rectum, sex or-
/" ", gans and breasts. The blood, urine,
uterine cells, or other body fluids
may be examined or tested as ne-
Scessary by the physician, such as
proctosigmoidoscopic examination
or x-rays of parts of the body, may
also be performed.
35. What is a proctosigmoido-
scpoic examination? ,
It is a visual inspection of the
Shining of the rectum and lower
ELECTRIC HEAT bowel with a lighted tube.
36. Why is a proctosigmoido-
scopic examination important?
Because 70 per cent of cancer of
There's nothing like the gentle, overall warmth of electric heat. You the colon and rectum can be discov-
actually have to feel it to realize just how comfortable it can be. No cold ered in this way. X-ray is not usu-
comers, no chilly drafts, no overheated rooms. ally helpful in discovering early
And because it's flameless, electric heat is clean and safe. It usually cancer in this area.
costs about the same or less to install because no flues, vents or chimneys 37. How long is it safe to wait *
oar required. And this means operating economy, as no heat can escape to after signs of possible cancer
'.. outdoors, have appeared before consulting
So if you're planning to build or remodel your home ask your elec- a physician s
Strical contractor about electric heat. You'll be glad you didl od waiting weeks afe. Any delay bngerous.-
yond two weeks may be dangerous.
38. How can a physician tell if
a growth is cancer?
Thro-ugh aaomplete case history
and physical examination, in con-
N a m junction with a biopsy.
'TaPa", yrnrwt. yg, IWIOw1ed Elatric Company 39. What is a biopsy?
( A boipsy is th taking of a sam-
ple of tissue. The 'tissue is then
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When a brand new drug i:. introduced, its price is
usually high. That's because initial sales may be
low, and the pirce must cover production costs-
which are generally as high for small quantities
as for big quantities. But once many doctors be-
gin writing prescriptions, the manufacturer steps
Im production and is thus able to bring the
i-rice down. A survey in our own store shows that,
in the past 10 years, for every durg that rose in
price because raw materials or labor costs went
up, two came down in price because demand in-
creased. That's why we say .
Two Parking Spaces Reserved for our Prescription
Customers at our Back Door

SMITH'S PHARMACY
Phone 227-5111


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MONEY
FOR HOME OWNERS
FIRST and SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS
nome improvement Loans Frame & CBS Construction
Mortgages Refinanced Consolidate All Your Bills
Reduce Your Payments One Easy to Meet Payrrment
PUBLIC MORTGAGE CO
301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
QUICK Dl 007I FREE
SERVICE Phone 229-2721 ,NSPEETION


DRY SAWMILL

WOOD FOR SALE

5$750 per load
CALL 227-3171

WALTER DUREN



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 7:30 P.M.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) .....--.. 7:30 P.M.


You Aie Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


There's a wonderful feeling about
Mercury Monterey. It's Mercury's
urious car-the very top of the line.
Yet the Monterey is still within th
price range. No other car near its pr
dr.-I'-ing so enjoyable in so many .%:
T::'RE'S EXTRA ROOM for long le
S families-a spaciousness that help


owning a tension out of traffic, makes long trips less you wish
most lux- tiring. More trunk space, too-30.7 cu. ft. big. 292 \V- .3
THERE'S A SMOOTHER, QUIETER RIDE. MORE MC
he popular Cushion-Link Suspension absorbs bumps you 9 ser.ie-
rice makes still feel in other cars. And the Monterey uses t_ iticn on
ays. more soundproofir.g-260 square feet of it. 3i,,-ni
gs and big FINER ENGINE CHOICE. You can have Se:,' your!
s take the exactly the power and economy combination tion. Sam
LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION 1962 MERCUF'P 5 F'O-C.'."TS .-, 't"d -r.1-'i''


1.Jut t pa:-ifvthe Econont;i''
?.-2 V-S. or ;ii\~
IONEY-SAVERS. Th.: Nlorilre,' hns,
maviing feMLJrS--net-rS rutirie at-
rmvI. Wee a ',wr .. ornat 6(Wi: t
lr riter. ad-
\I.--'u', rz,I,-,n ~-~F-.r a deni-ristra-
npQ imt -onrj rulNI hk ir-el MO.


SEE THE BEST-LOOKING BUY FOR THE 8BG-CAR iF.0A1- QW AT AE~ 2! ~ ;.;ui~L ;7


ST. JOE MOTOR
Port St. Joe, Florida


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PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Wednesday) 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



F RST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corne- Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. PYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP.. 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --..--.....----..... 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -..---.... 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
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'I FIRST i ETHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SC ...................-----........ 9:45 a.m.
EVENING WORSIVT --. 8:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSH' -L ..... 11:00 a, ,
METHODIST YOUTH iT:I.LO,,HIP .. 6:45 p.m.


Delivers the extra room, luxury, and power yu

want-at a price you'll like!


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g R Ulfl A afco.'iviileey es i'ong time is he.i'. Weather is also and cut back the bush to four or TH1-t STAR, Port St. Joe, #l. THUtftiAY, JANUARY 18, 1"g
FLORI DALKIUA lM Ni.G il a factor. Five eyes. Trim .off all broken roots., .. .
The warm weather that lasted Be sure the planting holes are station, the Naval Air Station Mira- The ship and squadron are -re-
By HERVEY SHARPE your turn In displaying the nose- through much of December pre- large enough to accommodate -the mar, San Diego, Calif., around Jan- turning from an extended tour of
"a AgHERVEYil SHARPE your turn in displaying athe nose- Tc. .i.
Fla Agricultural Ext. Service gays on the church organ. vented roses from becoming dor- roots without crowding. In the bhot- uary 15, aboard the attack aircraft duty with the Seventh Fleet in the
Roses are red, ut you will feel You still havemple time to get mant. Therefore, commercial nur- tom of each hole drop a handful of. carrier USS Ticonderoga. Western-Pacific.
Roses are red, but you will feel You still have ample time to get
blue if the neighbors plant roses the project undreway, because the serymen were unable to dig and garden fer ilizer and cover lightly -
before you do. rose planting season has been de- market their planting stocks ear- with top soil. Dip the roots of each .. ....
SThis is because roses are pres- layeRd. Ier, plant in a bucket of water just be- .....
This is because roses are pres- layed.You may purchase roses bushes'fore planting. Insert the newbush
tige flowers. If you excell with Listen for the first robin of win- You may purchase roses bushes fore planting. Insert the new bush .
these thorny beauties, you can take ter. This is a sure sign that plant- three forms. These are bare so that the rot system will stand "
roots, in containers or burlap at the same level that it stood in ::::::,i. ::: : "
wrapped. The latter is called in- the nursery row.. ...::Science tures i ...... ..
fant style because of the triangle W
burlap and damp bottom. With a slow stream of water Anatomy of a Tooth-An Explanation of Tender Teeth o.
ntere For the procrastinator, container- from a hose, -work 'the soil about
Winter Day Demand Hearty Fare orgrown rorastinator, container, the roots, filling the hole to the Although one seldom thinks of them as such, teeth can be con-
Sgrown roses can be planted later, sidered part of man's skeleton-boney structures which are rooted
but will cost a fancy price. ground level. Pack firmly and pu' in the jaws and extend out and through the flesh.
TI" Varieties to plant can be a prob- a saucer of earth about the plant Man's hair and nails, and the hooves and horns of some beasts, are
Varieties.to.plant.. to hold wa'er. similar-being what scientists call'"exoskeletal."


Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service

Buzzett'fs Drug Store
S317 Willilam Abe,
Port St. Joe,. Florida




FQOR ECPT

Electrical Repairs
and

Contracting
IT'S .
WALL ELECTRIC

COMPANY

DIAL BAll 7-4331












Hurlbot Gift Shop
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


Winter days demand hearty sat-
Isfying. food food that has
that' "stick- to the ribs" quality.
Stews ... or similar one dish
meals have this nourishing appeal.
Especially appropriate for this
.time of year is a flavorful chicken
stew for it utilizes plentiful
chicken and has the advantages of
a one dish meal. You know chicken
Is one of the most economical
sources of essential protein. Pound
for pound, fresh or frozen it's an
excellent buy year round .-, a
"must" on your menus.
Make your chicken stew color-
-ful with the addition of carrots
and green beans and saucy good
with canned .condensed cream of
mushroom soup. This recipe will
become high on your list of favo-
Srite' ways- to prepare chicken.
Serve it for family or company
meals it's really delicious.
Round out your menu with a
salad of canned peach halves
filled with whole cranberry sauce,
a selection of hot rolls, a dessert


. perhaps chocolate cake *
and coffee.
Chicken Stew. With Vegetables
2 pounds chicken parts
2 tablespoons flour
% teaspoon salt
Generous dash pepper
3 tablespoons shortening
% cup chopped onion
c teaspoon sweet basil, crushed
1 can (10% ounces) condensed
cream of mushroom soup
% soup can water
2 cups carrots cut into %-incki
pieces
I package (9 ounces) frozen
cut green beans
Dust chicken with flour sea-
soned with salt and pepper. Ilt
heavy pan, brown chicken in
shortening. Remove chicken; pour
off excess drippings. Add onion
and basil. Cook over low heat a
few minutes, stirring' to loosen
browned bits. Blend in soup and
water. Add chicken and carrots.
Cover; cook over' low heat 30
minutes; stir now and then. Add
beans. Cover; cook 30 minutes.
longer; stir now and then. Makes
4 to 6 servings.


lem. Old-fashioneda favorites 'nave
advantages over the newcomers.
These include such roses as Louis
Phillippe, Minnie Francis, Marie
Van Houtte and Safrano. Often they
thrive where the modern hybrids
succumb to the deep South's tropi-
cal temperatures, high humidity
and diseases.
Except for the most 'dedicated
hobbyist, the modern hybrid roses
are the -hardest to grow.
SITE
Plant roses for cut flowers in a
separate cutting garden, because
they're far from handsome if prun-
'ed properly, covered most ,of the
,time with protective fungicides and
stripped of flower buds daily.
.Select a site in a sunny location.
In the event the bed is located near
large lants, protect the rose bush-
es from marauding roots with a
sheet of metal roofing buried verti-
cally along the side of the bed.
Prepare the planting site ,prior to
securing the rose bushes. If the
soil is loose, light and sandy, re-
move it to a depth of 15 inches and
replace with compost of rotted
leaves, cow manure and rich ham-
mock soil. For best growth, be sure
the replaced material is quite ,acid.
Many sandy soils in south Florida
contain too 'much lime for best rose
production, say University of Flor-
ida rose specialists.
Choose an overcast day for plant-
ing. First 'check the plant carefully


When the rose bushes begin to
leaf out, keep an eye out for di-
seases such as black spot, brown
canker, and powdery mildew. In-
sect pests that may harm the bush-
es will include aphids, thrips, pump
kin bugs, cottony-cushion scale 'and
red spider .mites.
Your county agricultural agent
will be your best source of informa-
tion on controlling these insects
and diseases.

William Chafin 'Returning
To California 'Port
SAN DIEGO, Calif (FHTNC)-
William M. Chafin, Jr., aviation ma-
chinist's mate third class, US&N, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Chafin
of 1310 Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe,
is serving with Fighter Squadron
53, scheduled to return to its home


AMERICAN FAMILY
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Cancer Accident
Hospitalization Life
Charles R. Garraway, Jr.
District Manager
Phone HU 2-4054 Marianna
Mrs. E. M. Gay
Licensed Representative
Phone 227-3078 Port St. Joe
fL(BE Mfii.^iS^ ^ ^ Ef


HELP WANTED!
LADY, neat in appearance, general sales back-
ground, knowledge of bookkeeping, sewing or alter-
ation experience. Willing to work. Reply in own
handwriting giving full particulars and expected
starting salary to .


"1


BOX 308 PORT ST. JOE


A fish's scales and a turtle's*
shell are also exoskeletal. In
some fishes, teeth are quite liter- CROWN N
ally modified scales, and the DETINE
snapping turtle has no teeth at
all but his outer, horny jaw can
bite you just the same. ENAMEL
As a matter of fact, the enamel ENAMEL
of human teeth originates from
the same basic substances as NECK L ,
skin, but the other parts derive
from internal tissues and the
ilar to the bone tissue of the rest OOTl T< l -EMEN-M
of the inner skeleton.
Although teeth are cosmetic-
ally important, their primary --
function, of course, is to chew
our food. This is basically pleas- :
urable. But it is a rare individual
who does not know the disabling mit the same sort of painful sen-
discomfort of toothache. stations. Persons with this prob-
Human teeth hurt as they lem are said to have "tender
often do because nature equipped teeth," or "dental hypersensi-
them with a central canal well tivity."
supplied with sensitive nerves, These are matters which have
as well as blood and pulp. This only- recently become of impor-
central canal is surrounded and tance to the layman because it is
protected by a relatively thick now possible to reduce or elimi-
boney layer of dentine and nate hypersensitivity to cold and
cementum. other painful stimuli (which may
Dentine makes up the largest in some cases include the pres-
part of the tooth. Similar to bone, sures of chewing or toothbrush-
it is harder and denser.-'In the ing).
crown, or exposed portion of the A new remedy, announced in
tooth, it is covered by enamel. In late 1961 after exhaustive studies
the root, it is covered by cemen- by outstanding dental author-
tum. cities, is a pleasant tasting thera-
Cementum lacks the crystal- peutic dentifrice named Senso-
line structure of enamel but is dyne, which controls this
harder than dentine. It covers sensitivity. Senodyne contains a
the dentine from the neck of the special ingredient which, dental
tooth to the tip of the' root, or research suggests, penetrates the
roots. Cementum when exposed, teeth and strengthens them, so
either as a result of aging and that they are no longer painful
shrinking of the gums or as a re- or are markedly less so. Snnso-
sult of surgical treatment, may dyne has been adjudged suc.:ess-
become sensitive to cold-or heat, ful in 90 per cent of troubles::-;:
or sweets or acids-producing in cases of tender teeth which. '.
some persons excruciating pain. estimated, afflict one out o" r
Dentine also, and even when I dental patients, and one u- if
there is no exposure, can trani- i c-.ery ten persons in the U.S.


he Greatest High Adventure

Ever Filmed!


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Now In Our New Location...

And With Our New Name! )
FULLER'S SUPPLY COMPANY has now been moved to the Firestone Store and is now op-
erating under the FIRESTONE HOME and AUTO SUPPLY name. Julian and Mary Wiley
invite all their regular customers to come to see them at their new location. They are now -:1 / "-
equipped to do an expanded business and invite new customers to come by and inspect their /
new line of merchandise.


GRAND OPENING SPECIAL PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, JAN 18 20


6 foot
Step

Ladder
$7.50 val.

C$4.49

LAWN RAKE
Eeg. 79
$1.49 1

Metal Ace
Wheel
Barrow
$9.00 Val.

$6.85


Plastic
WASTE PAPER BASKET
BUY ONE
FOR 1.99

GET ONE FREE!

Plastic

22 Gallon GARBAGE CAN
With lock on lid
$6.95 Value 3.2Ai9


Household
BROOM
$1.50 Value
79c


11 Qt. Plastic
PAIL
98c Value

58c


ireste


Toilet Seat


$2.49
$4.95 Value


METAL IRONING BOARD


Adustable height
$6.95 Value


$4.77


Complete
Benz-O-Matic Torch Kit
With Metal Case and All Attachments
$12.95
Value $6.5


GE Automatic

TOASTER
$19.95 Value


11 Piece Salad
BOWL SET
$2.99 Value
$1.99


Home & Auto Supply


HOME OWNED BY JULIAN and MARY WILEY


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA PHONE 227-7281


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APALACHICOLA, FLORIDA

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-'w for '62 Recklessly Reduced
, ... 175 Pre-Spring
DN S Je$


Profits forgot-
ten .
GIRL'S

Dresses

$1.62
to

$5.62


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..$ .62
S ~ ; :." ,:.^,.;4 '..;.':!:: -~ '": +- Better act quickly for
S .' ;' ". .-, .... .. B;g Savings here W ere
-top L .Q
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Value 2
$6.99 *.
Every style was carefully selected and
t',mae up for Boyles Sizes for Juniors,
'"' i- nd v.c.rmen.


VAN- -'


. -,-- . .
Final Sellout GIRL'S COATS
SValues up to $10.99 Hog Wild Prices

$5.62 and $6.62
Sizes 3 to 6X 7 to 14


MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY I

ALL GIRL'S SWEATERS I
Values up to $5.99 Mostly bulkys, orlons .. Coat and slipover styles "

$2 62 to $3.62




Prices Cut to The Bone On All

Ladies. .COATS SUITS. TOPPERS
S Our exclusive labels formerly sold up to $49.99

Now $14.62 to $24.62
j' A Hog -ild Selling of Several Hundred Pairs

LADIES SHOES
FLTTS WHEELS

$1.62 to $2.62 $4.62 2


222 Reid Avenue


Port St. Joe, Florida


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small to exti


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U.~'aHB g~;O'WRS -a
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,je \. $2.62
S Bc ,lies guarantees every pair for sat
fact or %ar -ir. Sz 51 R 0 0


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to 12 121 to 3.


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S..;;(sg C ] arPdti. On 1' Meni., SFeauon;,? e

R .---$1.62to $3.62
Values up to $5.99
d rayon flannels .Corduroys and fine cottons. Sizes
ra large.


Sensational Clearance Prices on

Ai Men's and Boy's SWEATERS
By Pine State and Campus
Men's were up to $12.99 Boy's Were up to $5.99

$2.62 to $8.62 $2.62 to $3.62


A Special Clearance Group Men's and Boys'

Leather XFORDS and LOAFERS
BOYS' A A MEN'S
Sizes 3 to 6 .--- .. Sizes 7 to 1-- ....
Good styles Guaranteed quality


Shpse


Read and Use Classified


Classified Ads are
your biggest bargain: You'll get more value for
your dollar when you shop from them greater
results for your dollar when you place a want ad
here! Because our want ads cost only pennies
per week to run sellers make greater profits;
can set a lower price!

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,


Buying and selling are easier when you use the
Classified too. Sit by the phone in your easy
chair and buy all the bargains you want or
make the best deal on what you have to sell.
Next time you want something, or have some-
thing to offer turn to Classified Ads.


CALL OUR CLASSIFIED DEPT.


THE STAR, Port St. Joo, Fla.


Quarterly Tax Retu

Under S dal Securil

Quarterly tax returns to the Dis
trict Director of Internal Revenue
for all workers unde Social Secur
ity are due by January 31, 1962


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A Ser-,'cL o, Youi ) Iotor of Medicine.
Youe i u.cal M leical Society and the
'l "n 'l;I (( i ,] -. iOClatIOl.
C,.,':. MOWERS CAN
B2 DANGEROUS
1' igurcs indicate that an alarm-
ing number of injuries are
caused by power lawn mowers.
Approximately fifteen million
power lawn mowers are esti-
mated to be in use in the United
States. These machines are po-
tentially dangerous, an indica-
tion that a nationwide safety
education program would be in
order.
While many of the larger
manufacturers of power lawn
mowers have attempted to con-
struct mechanically safe and
und machines, some concerns
ive produced mowers whose
ialcs and other moving parts
;:.c not tho:l ugly guarded. The
i:awn Mower Institute and the
American Standards Association
have done much to encourage
Sm;inti.ac'turers to adopt a
uiio"i'm safety staiid(ard code.
lhe medical profession encour-
a- a tihe continuation of thce
ei'iortt.
[Most of the accidents are
caused by carelessness of the
operator of the power lawn
mower, but about a third are the
result of rocks, wire, nails, glass
and other missiles being thrown
by the machines. The rotar,
mower which attains speeds of
2,000 to 4,000 revolutions per
minute is responsible for practi-
cally all of the serious injuries.
Most persons who use power
lawn mowers are not aware of
the potential danger associated
with them unless they have
been carefully instructed. It
should be part of the retailer's
duty to discuss the proper op-
eration of the machine and give
the purchaser a set of instruc-
tions. Owners rf power lawn
mowers should be especially
hl itant in allowing uninforn.e d
chil.lren, neighbors or yardm'n
to use the machines. The power
lawn mnwer is no more n t-v
than is the .;:t,'imohile. In t' ,
final a. -'is. o ly 'he cnper:' r
can guard against his own care-
lessness.


der Social Sceurity may be needed
at any 'time, and unless .individual
r Al rkers get credit for their earnings the:
m s F AEl W rers may not have an insured record
y Du i when the protection is needed
tV Due January 31 Likewise, an individual at .age 6:
or age 65 must have credit for al
his Social .Security earnings if hi
s- according to John V. Carey, Dis- S
rdic ng o h Ca y is to qualify for a retirement bene
Strict Manager of the Panama City fit consistent with his actual earn
r- Social Security Office. Farm *em- ings.
, players must also file the tax re- The Social Security Office
The Social Security Office to
turns for the entire year 1961 on
r m w this area is located at 1135 Harri
their farm workers by January 31,
son Avenue, Panama City.
"___-K-
The earnings of anyone who 'Jbless Insurance
worked in a business, regardless JS IISSUIu C
of the amount of time or the amount
of pay, must be reported. House-
hold workers must be reported Aif A
the worker was paid $50 or more A iother DroP
in cash wages during the calendar
quarter ending December 31, 1961. TALLAHASSEE-Unemploynieni
Reports must be made on farm insurance payments to the jobless
workers who were paid $150 in cash in Florida dropped for the fourth
wages during the entire year 1961, straight month in December.
or on farm workers who worked State Industrial Commission
some part of 20 different days dur- Chairman A. Worley Brown said
ing the year 1961. payments fell $214,035 from No-
The tax returns on earnings of member to a total of $2,587,319 in
workers must be made to the Dis- December.
trict Director of Internal Revenue, Brown said December was the
Jacksonville, Florida. It is the em. first month in nearly two years
ployer's responsibility to make a that claims for benefits, and the
correct return and to send the total number and amount of weeks coin-
tax to the District Director-the pensated all show a considerable
worker does no have a choice in decline from a year ago.
this matter. The tax rate for the New claims in December 1961
reports due by January 31 is 3 per- were down 3,315 from December
cent each on the worker and the 1960, and continued claims were
employer. This rate has gone up to down 10,167.
3 1/8 percent each for wages paid Brown attributed the consistent
after December 31, 1961. drop in unemployment insurance
Correct reports under the work- payments to persistent upward pro-
.e's exact name and Scoial Security gess from recession business
account number, copied exactly as lows, and improved seasonal citrus,
shown on the worker's Social Se- holiday, and tourist business.
curity card, will insure that the The Panama City office, which
worker is building up credits under services Port St. Joe showed an in-
the Social Securi y system. The crease in payments by $6,267 hiking
disability or survivor provisions un- the total paid in benefits to $35,365.

E. E. ROOMS
Building Contractor
Commercial, Residentida, Additions or Special Items
Conventional, VA or FHA Terms Arranged
Hundreds of new architectural designed home plans to select
from, ranging in price from $5,000.00 to $50,000.00 or submit your
own plan.
ALL ESTIMATES FREE
PHONE THE BEACH -

648-3126 or 648-4223


Ladies' Purses $1 o,2 i $ 2. 2

'Plus Tax
Timely reductions on ladies and children's Flannel

Gowns & PnC n2
Favorite colors and styles
Reduced to Clear 36 pairs Boy's Knit

SKI PAJAMAS f 2


SAVE ON WANT-T m
At Boyles Big Clearance
Cotton Terry
TRAINING PANTS .. 3prs. 62c
Infants and Toddlers
PA JAMAS ----- $1.62
Insulated fabric with plastic feet
Entire Stock 1 r

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BOYLES De PArTd nT STO
Port St. Joe, Florida Phone 227-4261


All Men's and Boys'

FALL and WINTER PANTS
Pseduced for Fash Clearance
Men's Were up to $12.99 Boys' Were up to $5.99

$5.62 to $8.62 $2.62 to $3.62
Our Own Guaranteed Labels


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Sed apartment. uprta.ir, $3, m, :.-*-' S. Williams Ave, -. those -Chis.a.s bills o4f 0 Caroli nd er ,,, ;p.-.,I treathlettt on t h-, "t- i ', Wo get
SRN T edro o t Located 52y2 Third. St. Phone 227- -- ur mind. A few openings no family have at least there more the ame results ,. I opular-
OR RENT; Two bedroom h meant. 7 oowa e. Cal 842 t1-18 FOP SALE: 3 rom house 3 available i neighborhood terri- ly at least re mo t ame esult
21735.0 month. Also, two bedraom 227-3941. 2tc-1-1 Long ATe. Garage an.d utitI stories. We train yo to show Av- years to emblazon the pages of ity s growing toop
house, $45,00 n..-rr,.;,. Both. unur- NO CLOSING COSTS: Only 00 room. Call Grady Player, 227-363. on Cosmetics. For interview various publications publicizing ev- And when it gets to the point
d i rr or hone 22. FOR RENT: Nc ur e apar down on n 3 bedroom nla- write AVON Bo 3101 SS Ta erthing from a few minutes in a where sch staid l.. as J.
8111 tfc meant For couple oily. Mrs. Mor- ed house. Hardwood floors, wired FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished ahassee, Florida 2t-1- re ch staid .
ga.n Jones. Phone 227-7641. .fc--1 for air conditioner and electric 2 bedroom brick home, 1031 Long -_ .rocking chair to a helicopter ride Lamar Miller, George Tapper and
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed- Otore. Corner lot, 302 16th St. $8,- ATe. Also t-o story. two beLdrom' FILE YOUR NCOME TAJ returns because a head cold precludes any: Billy Tapper are taking up the in-
room apartment. C.7 Woodwardt FOR o alRE'T: idro7 fr.n mo 500. $57.21 monthly. Write or call stucco home, 150S Long Ave. Phone early. You may be due a reona. other method of traTel. tircities of "The Twist". it can no
AYene Halley, 210month. Caroydon Dr., Tal- Phone 227-526 fle Wimberly. t Ben Dickens. 1101 Peidmon Dr., 648-4128, J. A. Mira, Prompt and-ficient. INCOME AX eured Toner be nored
ee Hly 21 roydon Dr., Talahassee, Phone 885-1015. tfc-1-18 SERVICE, 1017-Long Avenue. ut w gu e longer be norea
haee, Of i-. i,. 22n550, ext. wT Duplex meant FOR SALE would ave long since gone by the ----
_I n9th S.n Palm. Also 2 bedroom FOs ORSALELib
840, home. ;.w..., .*.-.t-.u.. tic 14th ad Palm. Alo 2 bSAThree bedroom home MOVING?-Let us help you-Whe- oard having hung around lor the
FOR RENT: Spaclous 2-hedroom home on Vtt- St. Cecil Ctn. J, wLetu.n
FOR d first floor apartment e on 9th St. Cecil G on house at Mexico with ak floors,as ceramic tile .;-- planning to move across past six months. A thing to be ig-
rihed first floor apartment FOR RENT: Unfurnshed 4bedrm. Beach on waterfront lot. at, breezeway and garage. Locat. town or across te nation you ma (Continued From Page 1)
12th and Palm Blvd, Phone 227-44S1 house, 2 at, liig room, din- Fully furn ishoed. ceramic ti3e bath. lo, I ni 9 65ft. lot on Garrisonn'be sure that your .most priceless.
o 27-4261 tc-1-0 ing room, kitchen, breakfast room, Priced at only $10.7500. Ave Only $350 down plus os- belongings are in experienced and Real Estate Opportunity colmn I.ni.:, night and gave the
FOR RENT Unfrn d wobed tilit room, kiroom venetian bind, fire-oom r -bedroom houe, bath, ar s. sales price $11000 capable hands. We represent May- CAN YOU SELL? i High Sharks a merciless
room house at 13Unurn05 Woodward plat, a oom eat. Near grammar ort and urm houom baton cari New three bedroom house in Oak flower. nationwide movers. Call us Strout Realty seeks area represen- 54-28 walloping in Apalachicola.
Av., cir nulating oil 30heater. 000 hoOL $75.00 C s. Jame Aaenue. Pay owner. equity Grove with carport, only $5,000. for f r e estimates. SRPL- S native in White City, Beacon Hill. Behind the scoring of James Ken-
pA r month. C arlati l b. C. aatr. ph.00 Perrih t, Phone 227 38581. tf e-1- i asume. Pay owners py ld home cated on tw r SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument Overtreet. W est Bay. Sp n Behnd the scoring of Jares nen
er month. Call B. C. Gallard, ph. Perritt Phon 227-858. fe-- assue balance of ,461.56 pay. nice os on SeventhSt Priced for,Ave. Phone 227-4051. tf-1-1S Mexico Beach, Carrabelle. Money- edy and Larry Griner. two of nine
T-h tfe-11-23 n FOR RENT Small furnished ar- aUl .at D l Landing for quick sale at only $5,000. maker for the man who can sell. St. Joe players who hit the scoring
FOR RENT: TJnfurnished newly artment. For information cali is. s and retiment homes Two bedroom house with 150 ft, PERSONALIZED rubber stamps, Strong training, guidance and sup- column, the Sharks leaped ahead,
coratTerms arratwnged to su 227-25.yu. welltf and com e in every detail, One dayservice J. A. Blackwell port. Company furnishes ALL ad-i the opening period and nev-
-rtaudyn to h FOR RENT: One hedroom and pri- ,. Lots fo rsae at S. Joe Beach. Located in White City, Wil sell ph: ne 227-476. 4tc-12-28 vertising. signs, forms snpplies.
tfic-10-26duu reds of live prospect leads er relinquished their lead.
227-856. vate bath, living room and TV 1 block from water. Reasonable r i down payment and FORSALE: 3 bedroom perma- each month. Nationwide aders- Kennedy and riner had 12
house. CRENT or SALE 3 badrdwoo ee at 52 coprivilege. All well heated 6. 10 acres t Becon Hill. God FRANK HANNON stone house, $8,500. Insulated, i.g rings Buyers from everywhere, points each, while Archie Bartley
house. central eatig, hardwood See at 528 corner of 6th St. and unit H God Registe red Real Estate Broker less tan 5 yrs. old. tile floors, cy- You must have: initiative, excellent and Ronnie Lashley topped the los-
foors. 813 Marvin Ave. Phone 227- Woodward Ave. It stmen opo odland, 221 Reid Ave Ph. 227-3491 paneled kitchen, living character (bondable), sales abilityer with 10 and nine point repec-
-mtadav financially responsible. Opportun- era with 10 and nine points resell-
S"miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap- FOR SALE: Acreage on Willisb oiinds, 1-ton air conditioner and ity!--with the World's Largest real tively.
FOR SALE: Used piano, Wurlitzer FOR RENT: 2 2-bedroom houses, proylmatel' 300 acres planted in Landing road. Three-quarters, Frigidaire stove. Built in kitchen estate Supermarket, Sharks fg ft tp 1Apalach fg ft tp
tui o upright. Has damp chaser. St. Joe Beach, furnished. 2-bed- -year old pine ees mile South of Hiway 71. See Ted cabinets, carport and utility room, STROUT REALTY, Inc.yr 3 0 Brooks 0 0 0
Good condition. $29.00 all 227- room apartment, furnished, 9th St. New thr bedroom homes un- C ble, Phone 639-2396, Wewahit- tree shaded lot, chain link fence, R. K. Davis, State Manager
1151 or 227-2551 2-bedroom apartment, unfurnished, -ter construction n Cypress Ave- Chk. Stp-14 lot 90xI15. See at 621 Maddox St., D Box 601 Kennedy 3 6 12 Hendels 0 4 4
S9th St. 2 one-bedroom houses, fur-| ue6. $500 down, payments, approx-i Oak Grove. Phone 227-7053, Frank 1-is Palatka, Floirla 4tc Ray 0 3 3 Money 0 1 1
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart- nished, 9th St. Smith's Pharmacy. mately $80.00 per montk. FRA, LOTS FOR SALE: In Oak GroTe. J. ZelichowskL. 4tc-1-4 Chason 0 6 Bartley 4 2 10
FOR SALE: House at 1303 MaClel- Chason i 6 Bartley 2 10
lan Ave. Assume payments, and GrinAr 5- 2 12 Lashley 4 1 9
S- -, --- "-~~ pay small equity. See Gene Fowler Gibson 2 2 6 Ward 0 1 1
-' i \ at 1303 McClellan. -tc Ruc12an 3 0 6 Fwnley., 1 1 3

iNCOME TAX SERVICE: .Call 648- Chafin 0 1 1
'.. _-- -t | r-- 4436 after 5:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Melis 0 2 2
S .,.'-.---- e Y Ob Chuck Gibson. 13tp-1-4 Score -by quarters:
-1 -- "' .. ----- THERE WILL BE a regular com- Apalachleola 5 6 7 10-28
..... .j--- munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge Port St. Joe 19 13 7 15-54
S\- No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and Saturday night the Sharks will
S -- third Thursday at 8:00 9pm. go to Panama City to meet the Ru-


therford Rams. Next Tuesday, the
Sharks will play host to Bay High.
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tank prior to painting and it was
decided that sand-blasting would
'make a -better job. A supplement
to the original bids were sent out
calling for sand-blasting, which
bids will be opened at the next
meeting of the Board.
Clerk Henderson was request-
ed to get prices on chain link fen-
cing to be placed around the new
softball diamond adjacent to Cen-
tennial Field and around the Little
, Boys Baseball fields in Fiorrest
Park.


Kiwanis Club Tours

Container Division

Kiwanian Terry Hinote took his
fellow club mteminers on a 'tour of
the Container Division oC the St.
Joe Paper Company Tuesday.
Hinote, manager of the Container
Division took the club on a tour fol-
lowing the regular dinner meeting
Tuesday at noon. The Kiwanians
took in the entire operation of the
box plant, starting where rolls of
paper are fed Into the corrugator.
The -paper is laminated into a
corrugated sheet then cut Into
sheets ready for die-cutting and
printing up into finished boxes.
Giant presses in the plant cut
the box to shape and print in two
colors in one operation. Automatic
staplers and glue machines fasten
the loose ends and complete the
box making process.
Guest of the Club Tuesday was
Wayne Stevens representing the
Key Club.


Mrs. Vuqghn Hostess
To Gladiolus Circle

The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club met at the
home of Mrs. Dudley '.',-1i J on
Thursday, January 11.
Mrs. Dave Jones gave a very in-
spiring program on fl, .-ir-..- trees
for each month. Mrs. Jones' brought
out in her prograin the fact that
we have very few flowering trees
in this section and encouraged
members to plant more whenever
possible.
During the workshop period, Mrs.
Gecil Hiwett 'had on display [a

group of original containers such
as pie plates, pitchers, cups, what
notg and lamps.
The containers were graced with
arrangements made by members of
the circle.
Hostestes were Mrs. Courtney
Martin and Mrs. Vaughn.


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XOT L. BULRCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, See
All Master Masons cordially invited
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
wiick expert service. tte
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tu esda y
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin.
son, Phone 7-7501.
iR. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph (.. i.,-tr No. 56, R._ A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
bug brothers welcome.
Joh lt H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-- Meets second and fourth
!'lar.i.t,, 8:00 p.m. in American
tLetgion tuin I. All mtmnbers urgdl to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmebt Daniell
Secretary: J. C, Martin.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
den, separate dining room. cen-
tral heating, carpet a'nd new blinds
included. Large tree shaded cor-
ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone
,27-2751, *tfc-8-24
IN THA CIRCITr COURT, yoUR-
TESNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
A.ON fOR GULF' COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
CITY OF' PORT 'ST. JOE, a )
,,,. ;; .;i in thel County of )
S -. of Florida,
Petitioner,
va.
STATE OF FLORIDA, and the Tax-
payers, Propiaty Ownera and )
Citizens of the City of Port St. Joe, )
including non-residents owning
property or subject to taxation )
therein,
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
TO THiE TATE OF FLORIIDA AND) T'1HE
SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS, TAX-
PAYERS AND CITIZENS OF THE STATH
OF FLOIUDA AND OF THE CITY OF PORT
sr. JOR, sILORIDA, INCLUDING NO.N-
!E-SI1DENTS OWNING PROPERTY Olt SULB-
iJECT TO TAXATION 'rTHEREIN, AND ALL
OTiIiERS HAVING Of O ;LArliNG ANY
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN PROPER-
TY TO BE AFFECTED BY THE ISSUANCE
!BY THE CITY OF PORT ST JOE, FLOR-
MTA OF THE HOSPITAL REVENUE BONI.8
i, I, eREINAFTE' MORE PARTIC.
ULARLY DESCRIBED, .OR TO BF, AFFEOT-
;TD IN ANY WAY TEiRIEBY:
You and each of you, the State of Flor-
,1, ,, ..,., ,i, State Attorney of the
.- i i.,, i Circuit in and for Gulf
C onty, Florida rind tite several property
owners, !. ,. 1 itizell of tii State of
Florida .. C:ty j Pof Port St. Joe,
Florila, including non-ri6idents owning
property or .ubjae-t Cs tLaation theroin, and
a.l .hiOr hin .ig or caining any right,
titie or interest in property to be atq-ated
by the issuance by the City of Port St. Joe,
F" rida, of hllopital Revenuo e Bodas of 1961,
hereina ier imore parLtieuarly described, or
be a'eted :n any way thereby, are hera-
by rerquirf-i to appear before the Circuit
CourL o f Gou County, Florida, in the Four-
L-:enbth Jaudicial Circuit of ft"ii State at uth
City Hall ia Port St. Joe, Florida, on the
219h day of January, 1902, at 10:00
o'clock A.Id., and Bboaf cause why the
pry7ra of the petition 'ied in the above
proceedir;;z hold iino,: }" r-'' and The
$a4,0 00.00 Hospital I '- of !961
th'I ein de tcribete and he proceed ing iire-
lofore had authborizing the isluanece thereof
!yalidated and confirmed, uc:h bond 1
idated December 1, io 61, maturing .- ,.
ion De"iber of each Di t. years 1971; t
197. both nclu ve, be ring interest, pay-
able am'-annuaily (unI 1 and DIe-ember
1) at iuh raite or rate. nit exeed n the
legai rate, a more partner -"
a-id bonds baing contn i i .
ile f in ld uiia -
aDONE AtI -. ft W-wahbi hkat
Oul Coi-unty, For da 'ihs the Srd day of
January, a1962.
/ / W. L. FITZPATRICK
Judae of tht Cirua: Co0r of t'.i
S Fouritenth Juoii;:i U Cir-ui of
Florida in aii for a 'if Couity.
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GULF- COUNTY, FLORAIDA.- IN i .1Il. n .|
I :heduled At Sch hi
, MANNING B YAy NT Bi. MI ,
i dejceiised. A. film, Life nicer y"' })
THE STATH Wr FLORIoDA A lm. "Life W
T0. DONALD W. (MrIi,. whose adritas i: shown at the -4Hih'a'Ind View le-
i .1. "erside" Trran, (nei:g, bsuth merntary School Monday, January
TJou .re hereby no--i:ued th-.t a a at 7:30 p.n, by the GuCi! County
C, h a ie~[t-' i d 1 n ci ai <>uri t -
0pp. iicter-t u' To'm ,iermnjg as A- Chapttur of the ACmeric.n Canefer
airittor af the ablve etLate and society This is a film reoiTnrfe idl-
are hereby required to fi:e your written
Stan.s thereto wuiri' arty (40) day 1t- -r 0 by the medical profession and
S- pu aTior a:d hereof
Sol' you fil there, dec be e; can be hown to mixed gTOrups.
i T-24e neia .' a s.td A doctor will be resbnt to an-
CourI at Wrsw.hi*chkka Gulf County, ior- Swer 'i- -': '- that might arise.
da, tkis lch day of Deeam'ber, A. D. l6i
| Aft P. HsBS'D i Adual me and womr', are urged
S Coa.y Juag, it-12-2-1
SThag coL "r J 's co'urp, to a:telod.


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