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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 25, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


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MONEY TALKS--Let's keep
it where we can -speak with it
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchants
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oTWENTY-RFFT1 -j-I AR PORT 8,; JOE, FLO RlBA THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1962 NUMBER 17


Flu 'Bug' Strikes Schools


Sharks Win, Loose



From Bay Teams


Port St. Joe High's Sharks capi-
talized on a full-court press Satur-
day night to hand Rutherford High's
winless Rams their seventh straight
basketball setback, 62-67 in Panama
City.
Eight Sharks managed to break
into the scoring column with
George Boyer, senior forward, and
-Johnny -Ray, senior guard, leading
the way With 13 and 12 points, re-
spectively. -Senior forward Byron
Eells threw in eight markers for
the winners while sophomore guard
Fred Ch-ason and junior center Lar-
ry Griner each collected seven.
The Sharks jumped, to a 7-0 lead
early in the game *and easily held
the lead throughout the game...
The Shark Jayvees also took their
game from Rutherford, 35-13. Bob
Craig, one of eight scoring Jayvee
SSharks led the scoring with nl
points.
Sharks fg ft tp[ Rams fg ft tp
Boyer 5 3 13 Schwartz 1 0 2
Kennedy 1 4 6 Moulder 8 1 17
Ray .6 0 12 Hodges 1 0 2.0
Chason 2 3 7 Peel. 1.0 2
Griner 3 1 7 Stitcher 1 0 2
K'ington 3 0 6 Loftin 0 2 2
Ruckm'an 1 1 3 1
Eells 1 1 3 |
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 12 18 10 22-62
Rutherford 4 7 6 10-27

Bay High's Tornadoes defeated a
. Stubborn pack of Sharks on- the
Shark's home court Tuesday night,
34-25. -,
The. Sharks,.underdoagsin..th con-
test ,eased to a 15-11 -lead' in,. the%
first half, using their famous on-
trol-tp, play. .
The Tornadoes 'to -o "vOr .in ".tbo
second half with 'a. full court press
and took a 21-19 lead at -the .end
of the third period. :i .-
The Sharks tied the sador: 22-12
early in the fourth period but
could not hold their lead;
Center Larry Griner led the
,Sharks with 11 points to lead the
iShark scoring. '
The Junior Sharks defeated Bay's
Jayvees .by a score of 224l'6,: using
oil shots to gain their victory.
'Randy Weston paced the. Sharks
with 12 points.
Sharks fg ft tp Bay fg ft tp
Boyer 0 1 l1 Nixon 41 9
Kennedy 3 '0 6 | Jencks 1 1 3
Ray 1 1 3 Williams 1 0 2
Chason 1 2 4|Prater 5 5313
Griner 5 1 111 Grahain 2 3 7
Score by quarters:
Port .St. Joe 9 6 4 '4-25
Bay High 6 5 10' 13-34'
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Tomorrow night the Sharks take-
the road to Malone, to' 'do 'battle
with the Tigers. Malone defeated
the .Sharks here on' January 12 aid


Services Held for

Allen B. Pate, 85

Saturday, Jan. 20

Funeral services for Allen Benja-
min Pate were held Saturday, Jan-
uary 20, at West Bay Advent
Christian Church, West Bay, at
3:30 p.m. Mr. Pate passed 'away
January- 19 at the age of 85, after
a. lengthy illness, at approximate-
ly the same time funeral services
were -being held in Hartford, Ala-
bama, for a sister, Mrs. Oma Pearl
Chancey, who passed away at her
in Panama City on January 17.
Mr. pate is survived tby his wi-
dow, Mrs. Amanda Pate, and one
daughter, Miss Clara Pate, both of
Port St. Joe; two so3is, -Alexander
C. if Geneva, Alabama and Cecil
B. ,of Macon, Georgia; one brother,
William X. of West Bay; one sis-
ter, Mrs. Quinton Taylor of Chip-
ley; one grandson, Benjamin S.
Pate and two granddaughters,
Amanda and Susan Pate, all of Ma-
con, -Georgia.
Pallbearers were: 0. A. Buchan-
an, Jr., James Allen Buchanan, W.
A. Rodgers, Jr., J. M. Rodgers, Hen-
ry Chason and Walter Duren.
Honorary-pallbearers were: Allen
Buchanan, B. V. Buchanan, H. -E.
Echols, Joe Kirkland, James -H.
Qreer, E. H. Vittum, Henry Lillus,.
Harry H. Saunders, Dr..Joe: Hen-
'drix, Paul Biount, Harmon' Brown,
Wallace. Laird. and D. K. Cauley.
Officiating was eyv. B. S. Helms.
of;Callaway, asssited by Rev. Frank
H;.i-fiTB, 'I, of TfWest Bay. Burial
was-in the West Bay Cemetery,
with Comforter Funeral Home of
Port. St. Joe in charge of arrange-
-ments.. ..
A -native of Geneva 'County, Ala-
'bama,.Mr. Pate had resided at 1104
Monument, Avenue in Port .St. Joe
for the past, four years. He was -a
Master Mason, being a Life Mem-
bher of the Samson Lodge, No. 624,
Samson, Alabama, and was a mem-
ber of the West Bay Advent Chris-
tian :.Church, West Bay, Florida;
where-he had resided for about 25
years before moving to Port St.



Brown To Appear

On TV Panel
Sid Brown, President of the Port
St. Joe Chamber -of Commerce will
be' on television Sunday, January
28 at-5:30 p.m. Mr. Brown will dis-:
cuss Port St. Joe on a program
called, "Florida's Gulf Coast". The


High School

Reports 106 Out

The Influenza bug which has
hit sections of the nation, ap-
pears to be invading Port St. Joe
according to absentee reports of
Port St. Joe schools this week.
The hardest hit, the Port St.
Joe High School,,reported 106 ab-
sent yesterday out of an .enroll-
ment of 600. Mrs. John Blount,
school secretary, told The Star
yesterday afternoon that the ab-
sentee list had -been growing all
week due to illness, and reached
the 106 high yesterday.
The Port St. Joe Elementary
'School -reported milder effects
due to the illness. Mrs. Carl Arm-
strong, school secretary, told The
Star that while absenteeism 'was
above normal and climbing stead-
ily, only 40 were absent yester-
day. The Elementary School has
an enrollment of 504.
Principal Harry Herringtoh of
the Highland View School r'port-
* ed that his- absentee percentage
was also higher than usuarwith
22 students out of an enrollment
of 230 out due to illness. The
Highland View School is in'the
midst of mid-term exams :and
Herrington said this made :.ab-
sences -for reasons other than
illness practically nl .
Emile Twine, principal of the
Washington High School told
The Star that while he knew of
several cases of the flu among
his absentees, the rate of absen-
teeism had not as yet climbed
much above normal.


L. E. Voss, 60,

Passes After

Lingering Illness

Lawrence Eugene Voss, age 60,
passed away at the Municipal Hos-
pital Monday -afternoon at 3:00 p.m.
following a lingering illness.
Voss had .been employed, -by the
St. Joe Paper Company since 1938.
He has 'been a long-time resident of
Port St. Joe.
Funeral services will be held
today in Camden, Arkansas -at 2:30
p.m., with interment to follow in
the family plot in the Camden, Ar-
kansas cemetery.
Survivors include the widow,
Mrs. Laura Voss of Port St. Joe;
his mother, Mrs. Maild Voss of
Camden, Ark.; three brothers, Er-
nest of Spring ,Hill, Lr.; Jack of
Bastrop, La., and Paul, Jr., of Qua-
dama, Texas; six sisters; ,Mts. Sue'
Adams, Camden, Ark.; .Mrs., Jessie
Phillips, Huttig, Ark.; Mrs. Geneva
Scrimpture, Spring Hill, La.; Mrs:'
Ozell Sevier, Fordice, 'Ark.; Mrs.
Bertha Rogers, Buckeye, Ariz., and
Mrs. Annie Phelps, Prosser, Wash.
Comforter Funeral Home df Port
St. Joe was in charge :of local ar-
rangements.

Port Authority Has
Organization Meeting

The Port St. Joe Port Autboi ity
held an organization meetings Tues-
day. of this week with mepibers
Robert King, Henry Campbell, Rob.
ert Fox, Tom Coldewey and R. H.


St. Joe Boat Club Installs' EzeY.
Officers At Dinner Meet Tom Coldew-ey' was, selected as
S chairman with Robert Fox as--vice-
. The annual dinner meeting of the chairman and R. H. Elizey, ss,:re-
St. Joe Boat Club ,~sbeld at the'tary.
Gulf Sands Restaurant Tuesday, Ira .Campbell, District. Ennec-r
January -16. :Sila R. 'Stone was wa as ptesentand 'pr-esented many
program chairman -for the meeting. interesting facts about the -local
Commodore A. L;' Hargraves wel- harbor and Gulf County Canal.
corned the rneembers and .guests and Principal business, -other than se-
miade 'a report on the fine progress lecting officers was the appoint-
and improvements of the club for meant of Coldewey to represent the
the past year. J. C. Arbogast, sec- Port Authority at the public hear-
retary and treasurer, made .a fi- ing on the Gulf County Canal 'Feb-
nancial report for 1961. ruary 7 at the Centennial Building.
Commodore Hargraves. installed
the following officers for 1962 and F a lrd Na miona Bn
presented them with a flag of their Florida Natlonal Bank
officers
Commodore, F. W. McDonald; Names New Officers
Vice-Commodore, Silas R. Stone;
Secretary-Treasurer, J. C. Artbo- President Walter C. Dodson of
gast; Directors, 1. Roy Gibson, Jr., the Florida National Bank -of Port
and H. Brouillette. St. Joe announced the appointment
Commodore McDonald made a of three new directors and an as-
short talk and then presented the sistant cashier to the staff of bank
Past Commodores with a flag of officers this week.
their office. Elected to the Board of Directors
A large crowd .attended and a were Tom S. Coldewey, A. L. Har-
delicious dinner was served. graves and J. C. Belin. Named to
Sthe, post of Assistant Cashier was
Merchants Division Will Grover L. Holland. Coldewey, Har-
Sgraves and Belin are vice presidents
Meet Tomorrow At Noon of the St. Joe Paper Company. Hol-
land is -an employee -of the bank.
The Port St. Joe Retail Merchants land is an employee of the bank.
I .Th nff i crs assumed their


the Sharks will be seeking revenge, program will :be televised over sta- Division will meet Friday at noon duties onw january 19 of this year.
Next Tuesday, the Sharks will play tion WJHG-TV, Panama City. at the Motel St. Joe. duties on January ts year.
host to Rutherford High.' Brown will appear with presi- New Division chairman, Dave
dent's :of Chambers of Commerce May, urges all merchants to ,be in K'ids Crusade Slated At
SHOP AT HOME from the Gulf coast area. attendance. Oak Grove Church

The Rev. Bob -Olson will be con
ducting a Kid's Crusade this next
A YIgeOn IS .,Ca cer-. Chirman week in the Oak Grove Assembly
Sof Gol Church, 'according to the
Pastor, Rev. Charles Harthern.
Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., 2111 Long April third through sixth will 'be Campaign workers will turn in The skills he once displayed as
Avenue, who is commercial mana- considered "Cancer 'Week" in. Qulf their receipts -at a coffee and cake a magician are now used in pre-
ger of the :St. Joseph Teleph6ne County. Mr. Pridgeon has announc- 'arty, the time and place to be sending the gospel. Rev. Olson's
and Telegraph Company, has -been ed that a kick-off coffee for cam- "announced later. travels as a youth evangelist have
named chairman of the American paign. workers will be held on Mon- Gulf County's quota will :be the taken him through 20 states. Tra.-
Cancer- Society's 1962 Cancer Cru- day at which time all volunteer same as last year-2,500. Proceeds veling by car, he carries with him
sade in Port .St. Joe. workers will be given their kits. for 1961 were $3,377.97. over 200 props, including a puppet
Sidney Brown, assistant produc- stage :six feet wide and eight. feet
tion .manager of the St. Joe Paper high when assembled.
Harry Saunders Given Temporary Company, has been appointed spec- The 01son's .have made by hand,
i y un r enial events chairman. Activities for 38 marionettes, which they use to
Port St. Joe will be announced la- illustrate Bible stories. He has ap-
Charge of State Canal Authority ter. peared on television with presenta-
The Gulf .County Health Depart- tions of the Kid's Bible Corner in
ment reminds us that there were many cities, and writes a "Gospel
Rear Adm. R. Malcolm Fortson four days of each week in Jackson- 13 cancer deaths of Gulf County Magic" column in a leading trade
(USN Ret.) last week was retired ville to perform the duties of his citizens in 1961. These deaths will publication.
as managing director of the Canal new office, remind us that through education In addition to gospel magic and
Authority of Florida, W. A. McCree- McCree said Col. Giles Lincoln and reseacrh made possible by our puppets, he makes use of chalk
of .Orlando, authority chairman, an- Evans, Jr., of Nashville, Tenn., will donations that cancer will become talks, lightning cartoons and his
Bounced. take up dunties as new manager a disease that does not have to be, small friend "Chipper", the wooden
The action was taken at a meet- of 'the authority on February 15. the second cause of death in the I, y that talks.
ing of the authority in Jacksonville. McCree said the authority is United States. Pastor Harthern extends an in-
Harry H. Saunders of Port St. Joe, looking forward to a great deal of Hardly a home has escaped can- vitation to all boys and girls, as
a member of the authority, wasar rearing Flor- cer. If you are called upon to -be a well as young people, and adults
placed in temporary charge of the roress year regarding F Ivolunteer, please accept gladly, for in this area to attend these special
authority's Jacksonville office. ida's inland waterway system and .you will be doing your part to era- services commencing each night at
.Mr. Saunders will spend three or particularly the cross-Florida canal. dicate this dreaded killer. 7:30, Sunday through Friday.


Amusement

Park Slated for

Mexico Bea'ch

A new amusement park is soon
to 'be constructed a. Mexico Beach
*an scheduled to be in operation
early in April according to an an-
'hduncement by its president, Rob-
ert D. Sidwell.
The name of the new park, which
will be located in the main busi-
ness district of Mexico Beach, be-
tween Panama City and Port St.
Joe, is. the Mexico Beach Amuse-


Jones Homestead




Road Deflates




County Road Fund



Road Services Ordered Curtailed


morning worship ranked third for
the District. The evening youth
program, which is a strong feature
of the local Church, continues to
rank first with an average of 55
to 60 young people each Sunday
evening.
Sixteen pew captains have been
selected to help boost attendance
at the evening services. These per-


Committee of First Methodist Church

Picks J. L. Sharit Memorial Project

The Official Board of the First felt that this would be a most suit-
Methodist Church met in special able memorial to him.
session last Wednesday evening o, The Official Board accepted the


sons are busy contacting people of consider the recommendation be-
Methodist faith or inclination to ing made by the Committee to se-
get them to attend church on Sun- lect a suitable memorial for the
day evenings. At the same time it late Joe L. Sharit. The Committee
is the desire of this committee to was composed of Rev. J. C. Car-
stimulate attendance throughout, michael, Fennon Talley, Mark Tom-
the City of Port St. Joe. If you are linson and J. Lamar Miller.
not now attending Church services The recommendation of the com-
on Sunday, why not begin this mittee was a set of electronic
week to attend the -church of your chimes to be placed in the Chucrh
choice. 'Sanctuary and Tower. It was felt
The First Methodist Church urg- that this would not only benefit
es all its -members to attend ser- the Church, but it would be some-
vices every Sunday, -and it cor- thing the whole community could
dially invites all who do not now share. Mr. Sharit-had often talked
have a church home to come enjoy of how he would like for the Church
the welcome that awaits them. to have chimes, so the committee


recommendation unanimously and
instructed the committee to proceed
with further plans necessary for
securing the chimes. Contributions
are still being received for this me-
morial fund. Those wishing to make
memorial gifts should send them
to The First Methodist Church, P.
0. Box 266, Port St. Joe, Florida,
or you may contact the Pastor,
Rev. J. C. Carmichael.
The First Methodist Church will
seek to -make up any deficit, should
any exist, after all the friends and
institutions have made their con-
tributions to this memorial.


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ment Park, Inc. Officers include
Sidwell as president; .Charles M. s It was reported at the County
Parker, vice-president and Guy N.' Jaycees Ladies Commission meeting Tuesday night
Middleton, secretary-treasurer. The F that the County's Road and Bridge
new" park will in"clude-a skating Night riday Fund portion of'the budget is. run-
new ,park will include a skating ...
rink, *ferris wheel, miniature golf nFng into finan-ciah ,difficulty.
course, a miniature traip, and a nng nto
.merry-go-round for this season with The Port St. Joe Jaycees will The fund has been depleted to ,
- other attractions being added from. have their -annual ladies -nightban- great extent in the maintenance
time to time. quet tomorrow night at the Gulf funds by construction of the Jones
Sands .Restaurant. Highlight of the, Homestead Road, which was not in-
The new park will be designed evening will be presentation of the I eluded in the 1962 budget but was
to attract family vacationers to Distinguished Service Award and recently completed by the County
.this area and will not allow gam- an after dinner talk 'by. Judge John at County expense.
bling nor alcoholic beverages. Also Rawls, District Judge of Appeals. According to an accounting froni
added this year to the Mexico The DSA award is given the young the' office of Clerk of the Circuit
area is a new fishing pier that -ex- man .of the Port St.Joe area who Court, George Y. Core, mainten.
tends 500 feet out into the Gulf has been selected by citizens of the ance funds 'are practically gone with
of Mexico, fronting on U. S. 98 area for their achievements in civic only three months of the budget
near the state Wayside Park. betterment .during 1961. year passed. '
The County Board viewed the
.. A new charter fishing service is At the Jaycees regular -meeting pending: deficit Tuesday night and
starting this year with the 85 foot Tuesday night, Wade 'Barrier pre- ordered Road Superintendent Lloyd
charter boat, Azalea Queen. sented- a program of .clean up, fix Whitfield to curtail. their than ab-
Charlie Parker -of -the Mexico up and -paint up to the, Jaycees for solutely necessary expenditures for
Beach Corp. states that U. S. 98 sponsorship. Barrier's -Action was the remaining nine months .of the
is now being resurfaced through brought up -before the group in or- budget year.
the Mexico Beach- area, with two der to help beautify, the approaches W. c. Forehand of Highland
new bridges being constructed and to Port .St. Joe and ,the city as a View appeared before? the 'Board
the other' smaller bridges being tak-. whole. Tuesday-' ight 'and asked that a
en out. The new boat basin will be The Jaycees voted to take on this road be constricted through some
open along with the new highway project and will outline a plan of -of his property in Highland View.
early in May. action during the nextfew weeks. Forehand asked that a 30 fo't road
The Jaycees appointed Jake Kol- .be built between the old Highway
Sg cI ooIlI eTA r to be their representative in 98 and the'inew highway in the vi-
ig School PT00 A heading up the youth bowling inity of the Dixie Belle, Motel.
league. The Jaycees voted funds to Forehland Atated that 'he wished
To SMe t Tonight Sonsorthe league, which had its to construt.a fishpondon.'t.he pro-
first meeting on Saturday, January pberty and iieeded the road for at-
-- 13. cess. No action was taken.
The regular meeting of the High New Health Doctot:
Schoi:l PTA -will be held on Thurs- ."other project :'uE. '%kem by The Board asct-.d emiployige
day, January 26, in the ,Hj U School the. Jayv-ees 'Tuesd was ibat of Miss Willa Dean Lowery ts Health
Auditorium ar S ,")o p m. Guest promoting reeitratio."n u'i -.lers'for Department Director to serve Gulf
speaker for the evening will be H, the coming elections. Jaycee Wes-.and Franklin Counties. Miss Dow-
F. Ayers, who will present a pro- ley R., Ramsey. was. named chair- ery has applied for 'the -appoint-
gram on "Adult Education". This man of .the project, Gulf County ment, which post has been vacant
subject will be both interesting and voter registration booQqs will' be since the resignation of Dr. H. I.
enlightening to all those .present. brought to Port St. .Joe. around Ldngstoh last fall,
Business scheduled for the eve- March 15 for those not registered The County has applied to the
ning will include the election of a to sign up and .be eligible to vote State Department of Health for
new president and a new. historian in the May primary, certification of Miss Lowety prior
for the organization. '. -. to voting to approve her for the
All parents of high school and_ job.
junior high school students are in- FireDestroys A letter was tead Tuesday from
vited to attend. Governor Bryant, urging all Coun-
Home, ContentS ty commissioners to take the Civil
A t Defense course, "Personal Survival
Area Method In In Disaster". Chairman E. C. Har-
Oak Grove den, Sr., urged members of the
Emphasizing To Board to -take the course.
E m'pn The home of -Glen Knight in Oak A lengthy discussion was held
AttfM n e .Grove was completely destroyed by regarding the employment of a dep-
"A e e? B fire Sunday, started by unknown uty director of Civil Defense for
.... causes. The home, located on Du- Gulf County on a full time basis,
The Methodist Churches of .the vii Street, caught fire about 8:15 but no decision was made and ap-
Marianna District are engaged in p.m. Sunday and 'burned to the parently the Board is still no near-
an Attendance Campaign through ground. er to hiring such a person nor have
Easter. Each Church is seeking to' The fire was fed by -gas escap- they dismissed the possibility that
increase attendance at all services ing from a storage bottle.adjacent they may hire a full time deputy
through the use of visitation, let- to the house, after the line leading .director.
ters, news items and other plans, from the tank was melted away Commissoiner Kennedy recom-
The First Methodist Church of Port -by the fire.. Lack of a water sys- mended that a form ,be prepared
St. Joe is well -under-way in this ef. tem in Oak Grove hampered local for use by the Indigent funds dis-
fort under the direction -of Floyd volunteer firemen in their efforts bursement officer of the County.
Roberts, chairman of the Attend- to put out the blaze. The recommendation that the form
ance Committee in the Commission A house next door to the Knight be filled out quarterly by those
on Membership and Evangelism. home, belonging to W. H. Carr was receiving indigent funds prior to
In comparing results last week damaged on one side by the sear- paying out the funds for a three
it was noted that the First Metho- ing flames resulting both from the month period. The form would be
dist Church in Port St. Joe led the burning gas and house. studied by the Board as to the up-.
District in attendance at the eve- Contents of the home were de- 1 plicant's status in eligibility to re-
ning service. The attendance at stroyed in the blaze. ceive the funds.








.THUtSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1962


i i ,,.i .Z a ,&um k 4' 0 ,*":* ,. .- .-
Jesus heals the sick near Gapernaum on the shores of Galilee in
this scene from the Living Christ series motion pictures to be shown
by St. Joseph's Catholic Church, starting February 5, 1962.

St. Joseph Catholic Church To Sponsor

Series of Films on Life of Christ
/'


TKE STAR, Port St. Joe, it.


the Royal Service program, "30,-
000 Churches and Missions" were:
Mrs. Herman Barbee, Mrs. Joe AI-
ligood, Mrs. Joe McLeod, Mrs. A.


January Meeting
The January meeting of the Aza-


The most detailed depiction of photographed in full color, Mira P. Jackson, Mrs. Keith Ward, Mrs. lea Circle of the Garden Club was
the life of Christ -ever filmed, just said. "It's cast includes more than H. Y. Zipperer and Mrs. M. L. Con- held at the home of Mrs. John
completed after four years in pro- 200 speaking parts. Never in the ger. Robert Smith, Mrs. Tom Byrd was
ductioil is to be presented in 12 epi-: history of church teaching have Circle Five met January 16 with co-hostess.
sod-es ,of 30 minutes each by the people been offered the opportunity Mrs. J. D. Clark. The Royal Service Mrs. Charles Brown gave an in-
St. Joseph's Catholic. Church on to get so complete a political, econ- program was given. Present were: teresting talk on flowering trees.
Monday evenings, starting Fberu- omic and religious background of Mrs. Gene Fowler, Mrs. Kenneth Unique arrangements were dis-
ary 12 the greatest story ever told." played in original containers using
Joe Mira, general chairman, said "The Living Christ" series is the ents from the nativity through the mostly kitchen utensils. Epergnes
a panel of prominent speakers will ':top achievement of Cathedral Films 'crucifixion and resurrection, were made of tiered cake pans,
conduct discussion groups and give producer of "The Life of St. Paul", I The panel of speakers include: compotes and funnels.
supplementary background and in-'"I Beheld His Glory" and the theat- Joe Mira, Peggy and Jack Mahon, Mrs. Arbogast announced a
terpretations. He said this would be- rical feature-length film on the life Helene Ferris and Don Grossmann. course in flowers will be held in
one of the first showings of the of Christ, "Day of Triumph". Begin- The public 'is invited to attend the spring, the date will be given
complete motion picture series in ning with the prophesies of Isaiah the showings in the .St. Joseph's later.
this community. during the reign o Hezekiah, it is Catholic Parish Hall at Monument
"This Living Christ" series was a complete pictorial account of ev- Avenue and 20th Street. BOOST PORT ST. JOEl


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Mrs. Wandis Scott was hostess of
the group.
The Valentine Ball will be the
highlight of the month of February.
A dinner party is being planned to
honor the Valentine Sweetheart.
Mrs. Merlene Ward will represent
Eta Upsilon Sorority this year as
Valentine Sweetheart.
Mrs. Jean Martin was in charge
-of the program which was entitled,
"The Garden". The program was
very interesting and was 'enjoyed
by all.
The next meeting is February 6
with Mrs. Sara Peters as hostess
and Mrs. Flo Maddox in charge of
the program wihch will be "Na-
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The White City Fire Department
Auxiliary met January 17 ,at the
home of Mrs. Tom Moon with 15
members present. As the business
meeting adjourned an enjoyable
hour of fellowship' and delicious re-
freshments were served by the hos-
tesses, Mrs. Eva Wood and her
daughter Eleanor and Mrs.", Tom
Moon.
The next meeting will be .at'the
home of Mrs. W. C. Robinson at
10:00 'a.m., February 7. All women
of White City are cordially invited
to attend.

Elementary SchoolU
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, January 29
Pork sausage and blackeyed peas,
buttered spinach,. carrot sticks,
home-made biscuits and butter, ap-
ple jelly and .milk.
Tuesday, January 30
Spaghetti and meat sauce, steam-
ed carrots, carrot sticks, white
bread and .butter, mincemeat apple-
sauce cake and milk.
Wednesday, January 31
i Hamburgers, green butter beans,
tomatoes, onions and dills, hambur-
ger buns and butter, fresh apples
and milk.
Thursday, February 1
Shepherd pie, snap beans, sliced
tomatoes, home-made biscuits and
butter, coconut pudding and milk.
Friday, February 2
! Lima beans with haim, cheese and
crackers, turnip greens, cabbage
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SA, thbirth of a sou, James iyle on ounoaes on atiutay 14.
ng A en e Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs. Wesley Mrs. An erson Has January 10. The boy weighed eight: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerald Ra-
R. Ramsey, Mrs. Mary Barham, pounds, two and a half ounces at field, 12A Second Street, Highland
FKMrs. Tom Watts, Mrs N. G.Martin bim"rth. field, 112A Second Street, Highland
tingand Mrs. J. D. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. George Douglas So- .View announce the birth of a nine
Circle Six met January 15 at the well of St. Joe Beach announce pound, nine ounce daughter, Sheri
The WMS Circles of Long Ave- Long Avenue Baptist Church with The Morning Glory Circle of the the birth of an eight pound, three Lisa on January 13.
Snue Baptist Church met this month Mrs. David Jenkins, Mrs. John How- Port St. Joe Garden Club met at ounce baby boy, Douglas Wayne on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Simmons
with a continuation of the program, ard and Mrs. Charles Harris as the the home of Mrs. Milton Anderson, January 3. of Port St. Joe .announce the-birth
"That Thy Way May Be Known". hostesses. A very informative pro- Thursday, January 11. -Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett of a daughter, Debbie Lynn on
The study this month was centered gram on the 30,000 movement and Following refreshments, W. C. Neel, McClellan Avenue announce January 22.
on "The 30 Thousand Movement". what has already been accomplished Zorn, County Agent, Franklin Coun- the birth of a daughter, Brenda (All births occurred at the Port
Southern Baptists in 1956 .accepted toward reaching and surpassing ty, gave a very interesting program Sue, six pounds, one ,and a half St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
as one goal in the Jubilee Advance, this number of new churches and on landscaping, care and feeding
the challenge to organize 30 thoa- missions to be established by the of lawns, trees and shrubs. He stat-
sand churches and missions by the end of 1964. Members present were: ed that, "Landscaping is the skill- Rotary Club Sees Film On Cancer
end of 1964. This is the greatest Mrs. Clyde White, Mrs. Gary Manz, ful organization of plants and it
challenge in Southern Baptist his- Mrs. Russell Goolsby, Mrs. Charles represents one's personality." The Rotary Club viewed a film tom, and by then, according to the
tory. Marshall, Mrs. Charles George, Mrs. Pat Costin, chairman, re- on cancer Thursday of last week, film, the cancer is well advanced.
Circle One met January 16 with Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Mrs. Danny quested that members plant lark- presented 'by Bill TVi)aters. The No pain accompanies this particular
Mrs. H. L. Ford. Those members Maddox, Mrs. James Adkinson and spur, cornflowers, daisies and gladi- film, 'Life Story" dealt with cancer cancer until it is practically too
present were: Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, one new member, Mrs. Billy Norris. olas to be used in April for the of the colon. late for effective treatment.
Mrs. John Core, Mrs. E. E. Weeks. r Circle Seven met January 16 school course on horticulture and According to the film, this type The narartion with the film stat-
Circle Two met January 16 with with Mrs. Raymond Hardy. The fol- flower arrangement. cancer gives no warning until it is ed that 39,000 died from rectal can-
Mrs. T. J. Braxton. The following lowing members were present: Several interesting arrangements well advanced 'and in the danger- cer last year. Most ciuld have been
members were present: Mrs. Joe Mrs. L. W. Porter, Mrs. Barney made .by members of the club us- ous stage. The best protection saved with -annual examinations re-
Ferrell, Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. J. Early, Mrs. George Holland, Mrs. ing original containers were dis- against, this particular malady is suiting in early .discovery of the
C. Odum, Mrs. George Cooper and James Jones and Mrs. H. F. Hall. played. an annual check-up by a ,physician. abnormal growth.
Mrs. Frank Barnes. One of -cancer's danger signals, un- Guest of the -club was Alton Boyd
Circle Threemet January 16 with Azaea Has Eta ns usual bleeding, is the earliest symp- of Panama City.
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Gulf Coast Junior College may
b located in Bay County, but three
lads from Port St. Joe in Gulf,
County .would be hard to replace
on the 1961-62 edition of the GuLf
Coast basketball squad.
The three Gulf County repersne-
tatives are Buddy .Ward, Bobby
Burkett and Donald Gardner.
Ward, a six-foot forward, is pac-
.ing the Gulf Coast scoring attack
this year with a total of 106, points
in six games for an average of 17.6
points per game.
A southpaw with coils in his legs,
Ward's scoring ability isn't surpris-
ing. A freshman last year with the
Commodores, Buddy tossed in 433
points in 22 games for an average


BUDDY WARD DONALD GARDNER
St. Joe, Buddy *boards in Panama
tBaki ngGood City during the school year with
STBurkett and is working toward a
st J'C Cage Teamd .degree in education.
Sent to Gulf Coast his freshman
of i9.7. It was good enough to lead scholarship from Port
the Gulf Coast. offense, as well as Joe Paper Company, along with
Ito place Ward number twoo in the Burkett, Ward's success was a nat-
Florida Junior college conference ural follow-up to his high school
scoring race. career. While attending Port St.
Exceptionally quick on his feet, Joe High, he made the all-confer-
Ward is rated by Commodore ence football team and the all-dis-
Coach Roland Vines as "the squad's trict basketball squad.
best rebounder as well as point- Close friends, Burkett and Ward
maker." Gulf Coast cage fans know formed a team last year that click-
that Buddy can hit as well on set ed both on and off .court. Standing
and- jump -shots from the outside only 5' 8" and with no cage exper-
as well as on rebounds on the in- ience from high school, Burkett
side. started off last year as a bench-
One of three, returning Commo, warmer for the Commodores.
dores this year, -Ward is popular Working out with Ward daily,
with his teammates and was elect- however, the scrappy, rde-haired,
,ed .o-captain this year. The son of quick-tempered Burkett quickly
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Ward of Port mastered the cage game, broke in-


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Burkett of Port St. Jo6, Bobby was
a varsity football player thrqe


THE TAR Pu SL oe.rid THURSDAY,.: JANUAfAY~6,- Ot*6


to the starting line-up, and stayed
there the remainder of the year.
Bobby ended up his freshman
year with a total of 212 points i
18 games for an 11.1 scoring aver
age. Starting out slowly this year
Burket ttallied only 32 points his
first six games for an ,average o:
5.3 points per game.
Even so, Vines rates him as one
of his most valuable men. The fast
est man on the squad, Burket
brings Commodore fans to theih
Feet more often than any other
player as he willingly takes falls
Sand spills in frequent attempts tc
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i straight years at Port St. Joe High "T oput it frankly," Vines says,
. School. He also was senior class "we would be in a mighty poor po-
- president. sition if it were not lor Ward, Bur-
The third member of the Port St. kett and Gardner."
Joe trio-Don Gardner-is neither Remaining hcuie games to be
E a returnee nor a member of the played by the Commnol'reCln which
stating line-up for the Commodores, Port St. Joe'fans may see the home
but Vines credits him with provil- town boys in action are as follows:
ing much of the Gulf Coast bench' Fri., Jan. 26 against Manatee Jun-
strength. ior College.
A 5'11", 170 pound freshman Saturday, January 27, against St.
guard, Gardne rplays behind Bur- John's River Junior College.
kett and has been used to spell his Monday, January 29, against St.
older Port St. Joe cage mate sev- Leo Junior College.
e-al times this year. One of his best' Thursday, February 8, Central
performances came in the opening Florida Junior College.
Commodore clash with Brewton' Friday, February 9, Florida Mili-
Parker Junior College. tary College.
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Champions, Brewton Parker de-
ifeated the Commodores 78-66 that
first night. Relieving Burkett late
in the game, Gardner tossed in four
key points and did a magnificent
I job to keep the game from turn-
ing into a rout.
Keeping a close eye on Gardner,
Coach Vines has predicted a start-
ing berth next year for the Port St.
Joe lad.
Like Ward and Burkett, Gardner
boards in Panama City during the
school year. A physical education
major, he is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Gardner of Port St.
Joe. While attending Port St. Joe
High, he niade the cage squad three
straight years and served as a sen-
ior class officer.
Looking over his three Gulf Coun-
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sighs with relief at the thought
that they picked Gulf Coast Junior
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1962


took three big points from the cel-
lar dwelling Chemists. Philco rode
high the first game with 853, but
fell' flat on their face the second
game and allowed Michigan to take
the game. Philco rolled 669 that
game and came back with a very
fine 859 for a team series of 2381.
Melton and Black led the Tech
Reps with 514 and 5i2. Leroy
Stokes was top man fir Michigan
with 461.
Florida National Bank allowed
the St. Joe Motor bowlers only one
point and that point was only won
by 13 pins. It's about time the bank
started rolling games they are cap-
able of. Yank Zimmerman, after
many long weeks of failure came
through for the Bank and his 'his
first "500" series. "Yank" put o-
gether games of 158, 168 and 175
for a fine 501. I guess Bob Kerri-
gan got lost in "Yank's" dust be-
cause he came through with an-
other thriller of 118 for his last
game. Whitehurst was high for St.
Joe Motor with 483, one of -his
highest this year.
Vitro Services got tired of their
losing streak and walloped Floyd
Chevrolet for all four points and a
clean sweep. Big "Ski" Grabowski


Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY-SCHIOOL 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
CHRISTIAN CADETS- .....: 6:15 P.M.
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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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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
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
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REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a -M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .... 6:45 p.m.


.. BOWLING
NEWS


Team
Philco
SJPC Office
Costin's
St. Joe Motors
Vitro Services
Florida Nat. Bank
Floyd Chevrolet
Michigan Chemical


W ,L
6 2
6 2
5 3
5 3
4 4
4 4
1 7
1 7


Matches going tonight:
Alleys one anI two: St. Joe Mo-
tor vs. Vitro Services.
Alleys three and four: SJPC Of-
fice vs. Philco Corp.
Alleys five and six: Florida Na-
tional Bank vs. Costin's.
Alleys .seven and eight: Floyd
Chevrolet vs. Michigan Chemical.

Bond Sales Set

Record In '61
Floridians set a peacetime record
for investment in Savings Bonds
during 1961, it was reported this
week by Walter C. Dodson, Chair-
man of the South Gulf County Vol-
unteer Committee. Purchases dur-
ing the year amounted to $81,716,-
656, nearly $10 million more than
in 1960 and more than $1.4 million
ahead of the volume rung up in
1955 when the limit for any one
1pirchase rwas. $20,000 instead 6f
$10,000 as it has been since 1957.
A change back to the $20,000 level
has been announced by Treasury
Secretayr Douglas Dillon starting
January 1, 1962.
Gulf County purchasers patrici-
pated to the extent of $92,772 in
this record smashing total, Mr.
Dodson said. This was 7.3% less
than the $100,121 recorded during
1960,
The Treasury Department has set
Florida's quota for 1962 at $85,-
000,000, a 4% increase over 1961
sales, of which Gulf County is ex-
pected to produce $112,000, Mr.
Dodson added.


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks
and appreciation to each and every-
one for their kindness and help
since the loss of our home by fire.
All .of you have been so very kind
and helpful and we wish God's rich-
est blessings for each of you.
Thank you so much.
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was big gun for the Vitroites with
games of 182, 164, and 168 fo a .
fine 514 series. Ron Pendergraft
got started after a bad first game
of 118 to come through with 453.
Randy McClain also helped with his
470. Not one man on Floyd's team
broke 400, they all had a bad night.
SJPC Office threw water on the
floor and all Costin's did was get
stuck in the mud they created with
their "Sweepers". The office boys
took three points from the Costin's
team to continue their inx on
them. "Doc" Williams, bowling for
the first time with the SJPC Of-
fice, paced them all the way. "Doc"
rolled a fine 463 to beat out team-
mate Roy Gibson who had 462.
Jimmy Costin rollel his third'
lowest game this year with a'
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Costin kept his average going up
with a 426. This loss knocks Cos-
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.cer, the hospital must have an op destroys cancerous tissue without This will differ with each indi- ing. Certain drugs dicsoverWilld in r r
rating room, access to a laboratory harming normal tissues? vidual and with the location and cent yearsavealready proved use-
EH .i r T 1 r for microscopic diagnosis of tissue,i Many chemicals will destroy can- type of cancer. Some persons die ul in slowing down cancer growths
and x-ray equipment usitable for cerous tissue but, unfortunately, of untreated cancer after only a -or long periods. Drugs are being Saturday, Jan 27
diagnosis and treatment. It must most of these also destroy normal few months, others have been sught which will destroy cancer
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe, Florida be staffed by physicians -adequate- cells. Numbers of chemicals have known to live for years. and also prevent it from starting.
By The Star Publishing Companv ly trainel to make effective use fo been foun that are sufficiently 57. If cure is not possible, can Important research is being done Miss Monica Barbara Ward will
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher these facilities. Physicians know more destructive of cancer than the spread of a cancer be stopped in immunology in an attempt to receive her BS degree in arts and
Reader and Bookkeeper which hospitals qualify in these re- of healthy tissues to be of thera- or slowed down for a time? make vaccination against cancer sciences at Florida State Univer-
Also' Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof aspects. peutic value in treating cancer. Yes. Many cancers which are in possible, andl.to find better methcdc sity-on January 27. The University
DIAL BALL 7-3161 48. Are x-ray treatments effec- These chemicals lessen suffering an incurable stage may be control- of cancer detection. announced that commencement
tive against all kinds of cancer? and prolong life ,sometimes for led fo months or years by radia- 59. Is there hope of finding ceremonies will be held in Tully
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, s7, at the Poffice, Port St. Joe, No. Treatment results depend on years. They are not secret drugs tion, surgery, hormones or chemi- cures for all cancers? Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN AAthe type and location of a growth, and are available to all physicians cal agents. Yes. This and prevention are the January 27.
ONE YEAR 3.CR0 SIX MONTHS LY1.75AYABLE HRE MONTHS $127.50 Some cancers are treated with and hospitals. There is as yet no 58. What progress is being big goals of cancer research. Scien- Miss Ward is the daughter of
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissionn in advertisements, the publishers x-rays or radium and some by sur- chemical which, administered inter- made in cancer research? this' are more hopeful now than Mr. and Mrs. Silas R. Stone of this
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amoutil received for such gery, and others with both x-ray nally, will regularly cure human Important advances are being ever before that they wil leventual- city.
advertisement. and surgery. cancer, made in all fields of cancer re- ly reach their goal. city.
wThe spoken word i' given scat attention; the printed word is thoughtfully 49. What is a radioactive iso- 56. How long will an untreated search. Experimental work in chem------- -
Sspoken word s lost; the prin ted word remains. thoroughly onvne tope? cancer patient live? ical treatment is especially prcmis- Advertising Pays-- Try It SHOP AT HSME
An isotope is a chemical "bro-
THI SIAR, Port. St. jue F; -THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1962 their" of any particular element,
such as cobalt, iron, iodine, car-
C ae Fbon, gold, etc. A radioactive iso-
tope is one that gives off rays of
Cancer Ft s energy like x-rays, some of which
are -able to destroy cancer cells.
50. Can radioactive isotopes
40. Does blood in bowel move- had cancer. cure cancer? '
ments indicate cancer? 45. Are many cancers being cur- Yse, but only when used locally
There are other possible causes ed? like x-rays as in the cobalt unit. '
for blood to appear in bowel move- Cancer can be cured and is being 51. Can hormones cure cancer? the t mt t
ments, but cancer is the most im- cured every day by surgery and/or No, but treatment with certain
portant one. This is a significant radiation. Hundreds of thousands hormones .may prolong life and les-
danger signal and a physician of Americans are alive today who sen pain in some patients, such ( V
should be consulted promptly. Once had. cancer and are cured, pro- as those with advanced breast can-
41. Does blood in the urine in- viding living proof of the effective- cer or prostate cancer. ILIVE BET ER
dicate cancer? ness of early detection and proper 52. What is a hormone? H; M E ,
'Not necessarily, but only a phy- medical treatment. A chemical substance produced .(P.....
sician can diagnose the cause of 46. How should cancer be treat- by glands which 'affects activities in the
blood in the urine. ed? of other organs. Some hormones la- 0
42. Does a lump under the arm It should.be treated by competent can also be manufactured artifici- world _-
or elsewhere mean cancer? physicians. Surgery and/or radia- ally. | l
Not necessarily, but such lumps tion are necessary to obtain cures. 53. Is progress being made In
should be promptly examined by a Radiation is proudced by x-day ma- controlling pain caused by some .* .-...... .'r.,'.,. ...."
physician. chines, radium, radioactive mater- advance cancers? -. d5'..
43. Is pain an early warning ials, the cobalt unit, the betatron Yes. .Pwoerful radiation tech- .. "
signal? and -others. Hormones -and chemi. niques, radio-acitve isotopes, cer-
No. It is usually a late symptom, cal agents may also be used in some tain surgical .procedures, new seda- Ie ALL ELECTRIC LLI
If any danger signal is present one types of cancer. Hormones and tives and pain-killing drugs, and
should not wait for pain before : drugs themselves do not cure can- selected hormones can keep pain Don't just take our wordfor it. Stop
seeing a physician. cer, .but they are often effective under -control in .many patients. by the Medallion Homes being displayed
44. If a person has been cured aids to surgery and radiation in 54. Is cancer curable only in byyour local builders,andsee for your. FLAMELESS ELECTRIC APPLIANCES So safe and clean, you'll
of cancer, can he develop another relieving pain and prolonging life, the early stages? can be. In each Med allon Home youliving enjoy electric appliances more and more as each day goes by
cancer? In the same place? In sometimes for very long preiods. No, but the chances of cure are findthese big electric features: Completely automatic, they'll make life brighter work lighted
some other part of the body? Cancer should never be treated best by far in the early stages. FULLHOUSEPOWERWIRING YourMedallionHomewill rear
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cal history, including the cure of a! 47. Can cancer be diagnosed ced stage. The chances of a cure
previous. cancer, such a person andtreated effectively in every .depend on the kind of treatment,
should be examine dat regular in- hospital? and the type and duration of the
tervals for the rest of his life, just No, not in every hospital. For cancer.
as should those who have never the proper management of can- 55. Is there any chemical that



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THE -STAR, Port St Joe tI THURDA JANUARY 2l 'reao othei aervic8 JtatAoU Yi1&toh, w the- P91nt' 'n4e'na rue6 nearii 'Ud 170l a real'fhe llb n'6 hI i. & 'ioe THURSIAY, JANUARY 2 12
-- = hl~ Pate's S1011 Service meeting did just that. Only Ralph Moss' Ralphi Too bad you and Bobby did,.- -. ---------
Levins Custom Shop. Pate's was a 170, Bobby Shaw's 202 and Roy Gib- -not have -any more help but keep -
B O. W r little light on pin fall as the' Cus- son's 208 in the third game saved up the good fall is the'next time
tom-Shop took three out of the four the day for Pylant's. :you mayhave better luck. It 11 .
.L ,. points for the night., The big gun for Pridgeon's was be against -Wool'frd, 1:.be.t .... "
Curtis Lane was high man for Tommy Pridgeon. himself with two .
I" / Pate with a 467. But two blind men games of 170 and 196, he came back On alleys seven anid eight, the GLENN BOYLES Editor
NOW are a lot to overcome. On the oth- in the third game with eight strikes bars: hit each other., and thd result Associate Editoru YO'UALL
er side of the scoring sheet, big and a pair of spares for a 241 game did not change the standings.
"Sarge" Zelichowski had a nice 491 and a 607 series. Piidgeon carries Stone's Bar and Grill, suffering .. Published by
and, we might add, this man is the a 151 average but that new ball of from lack of bowlers .(they only
By BOB KERRIGAN i man for Phillips. Quincy Adams other man who has rolled every his 'has arms all over it, .the way had three men) tried to' take on BOYLES DEPARTMENT STQRE
On alleys one and' two the last had a 507 as the high man for Wool- night in'the league, and 'has a 159 it knocks pins down. the Pat's Wonder.Bar team. PHONE HALL 7 -42
place Phillips team took on the fords and Troy Gay was second average for 51 games. Sarge is not Waring Murdock seems to have Evne with Ray Medlin's-182, 167 EN BOY.S Owner
first place Woolfordis team in a with a 495. I guess Kerrigan rolled only a good bowler but he can al-1 found the answer wi'h his ni., ball and 1856 for a 534, and Pat Kelly's R: GLENN BOYLES, Owner
battle of the gasoline stations. With all his games before the match as ways be depended upon to be there as he rolled a 5409 -;,-ith genes f. 206 between a 155 and 146 for a '
only three men Phillips jumped on: he might as well of stayed at home when you need him. Good luck in 189,.178 and 173. It could be that he 1507, series the lack of two men educatedd L t I r toLg mixed with a ,
the four Woolford men and took for all the good he did for Woolford the future games Sarge. is picking up 'his spares. We shall bowling blind, 'they were able to .. .. "
the first game. In the second and this night. Troy Gay is one of two ** not have anything much to say only take the third game. Pat's men STO RE PERSONNEL
third games, Phillips. semeed to men who has rolled every night On alleys five and six, the sev- about the Costin contribution this.-ran out of steam on this one. But ERLMI OYLES M nager
'have run out of gas and dropped the league rolled. He averages 137 enth -place Pridgeon Agency met night but youshould be able to buy let's not. give too much credit t1. QGUY N. MIDDLETON ----------- ..- .----... Men and Bo.y s Wear
the two games and- total pins for for 51 games, the Pylant's .Men's Shop holding ball, bag and shoes very cheap if some members 'of the Pat's Bar E-STHER TAYLOR -------.....---. ... Men's and Ladies ]h~ead-ti.o-Wear
three points to Woolford. fourth place. Pridgeon's made an you were to call 'him I believe. team. Boden, with games of 165, GLADYS GILLURRNY._ ........ri Ldiesand Children's Ready-to-Wear
Wintoh Ferrell had a 416 for high On alleys three and four, in an- attempt to take a full measure of Ralph Moss' 494 with games of 163, 199 and 177 for a tdtal of 541 and 'RUTH KEEL -RROLIVIA DAVIS Liner and itlrv

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HOG WILD CLEARANCE
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LAST DAYS ... THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY!
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9:00 A.M.: BOYLES

Dear Friends:
It is interesting to -note .the suo-
:- 1.t 'of the first article in the Rea-
S. her's Digest published 40 years ago
this February 22: "How to Keep
Young Mentally" (Condensed from
the American Magazine Mary
B. 'Mullet).. We quote in part the
highlights 'of this article: When
Alexander Graham Bell, the famous
scientist and invetnor, was 75 years
; old, an intimate acquaintance said,
"The most remarkable thing about
.Mr. Bell is that he is younger in
.mind than most men half his age.
Mentally, he seems to have discov-
reed a Fountain of Youth which
keeps him perennially alert and' vig-
orous". "The .education of the
Mindd, said Dr. Bell, "is, after ,all,
not a .mere question of remember-
ing facts which someone else gives
'us. The mind should conduct its
own education to a better extent.
And it cannot do this unless it
thinks for itself. A mniind 'that does:
not reason .is. a_-=aratively_ use-,
less." I have, given, the subject of
self education a great deal of
thought and have evolved what you
might call a "Rule -of Three" in
regard to it. The rule is simply this
observe, remember, compare. To-
day, 40 years later, this "Rule of
Three" is a sure guide for you and
me even more practical and
productive than ever!
Now, have you OBSERVED

Mboley's 133, 201 and 151 for 485
carried the load this night.
We will say very much about
Pendergraft's 450 series or Gra-
bowski's 440. But what about the
big gun, Clark E. Koller's 451 for
three, yes three games, not two.
Maybe Bat Orawford should let
Jake's and Penny's wives bowl in
their places against Woolford's
when that match comes .off on Feb-
'ruary 5 on alleys three and four.
That way maybe Pat's could take
a game or so.
l .:1. V
Next week: Pridgeon's takes on
Pat's Wonder Bar; Pylant's, will
try Stone's Bar; Pate's will meet
Phillips and Custom will test Wool-
ford's Service.


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Team
Woolford's Serv.
Pat's Wonder Bar
Custom Shop
Pylant's
Stone's Bar
Pate's Service
Pridgeon Agcy.
Phillip's "66"


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Wife Frances, and children Jane,
Lyn and Shelley. They will reside
The paper mill bowlers overcame at 330 South MacArthur Avenue.
the Coast Guard team Tuesday Mr. Parker is a veteran of World
night, winning four games to sweep War II -and has been active in the
the night's series. I American Legion. He is a past
Pulp Mill took the measure of Commander of Post 93 in Tuskee-
Michigan Chemical three games to gee, Ala. He is also a past pres!-
dne to take total points for the dent of the Tuskegee Lions Club.
set. He is a boating and fishing enthus-
Vitro blanked the Box Plant and iast and a member of the U. S.
Glidden white-washed Maintenance Power Squadrons.
in other sets played Tuesday night. Mr. Parker will assume his n w
The standings in the Indus'rial duties on January 22. The Panama
League are as follows: City District Office serves seven
Team W L Pct. counties in Northwest Florida-
Vitro 461/2 211 .683 Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jack-
Paper Mill 42 25 .625 sno, Walton and Washington. He
Pulp Mill 41 27 .603 will be available shortly after his
Maintenance 35 33. .51'r arrival to meet with interested
Glidden 33 34 .493 groups and organizations on mat-
Michigan Chem. 26 42 .S terms pertaining to Social Security.
Box Plant 24 43 .360 -
. Coast Guard 22 46 .324 Sand The STAR To A Friend


i BULLETIN BOARD

BOYLES BIG SPACE SALE? yes,
it's a HOG WILD CLEARANCE OF
ALL SEASONABLE MERCHAN-
DISE! Do you REMEMBER the
RECKLESS; PROFIT FQ~pG .-
TEN, RECORD LOW PRICiESS?
HAVE-YOU COMPARED ST'Yt,
DEPENDABILITY and SAVINGS?
Yell, if you haven't, do it today-
It's a real opportunity to educate
yourself for EASY, ,SAFE SHOP-
PING!
February 4 we're off again to
market or four important
days of BUYING EDUCATION. Yes,
we must OBSERVE ... REMEM-
BER COMPARE! Eyverr single
purchase must represent the new-
est styles and the BEST YALUE-!
Selections must be made with -the
utmost care to suit our demands
and to meet your needs. No one
can do this as well for you as your
independent merchant for he knows
you personally and makes, a ally
study of your wants and needs. We
must do a better job 'than the av-
erage or. we-canQtS.urvive. Now,.
in the event youf.have a clothing
problem or a special'need see Mrs.
B. before February 4. She will 6e
happy to make a personal effort
for you. This little item on the
lighter side of selling and we'll
close: Automobile salesmen are
still talking about the Texas mil-
lionnaire who bought a Volkswagen
-to drive him from his house to
'the garage! S'long. RBB


Charles Parker

Appointed Dist.

S. S. Officer

The appointment of Charles Par-
ker as Assistant District Manager
fo the Panama City Social Security
Office was announced this week by
John V. Carey, District Manager.
M r. Parker comes to Panama
City from Tampa, District Office,
where he has served for the past
year .and a half as Claims Supervi-
sor. During his career with the So-
cial Security Administration, he
has served as Field Representative
in Dothan and Anniston, Alabama,
and as Claims Representative in
Columbus and LaGrange, Georgia,
District offices. He is a native of
Ozark, Alabama, and 'a graduate of
Auburn University. For three years
prior to World War II, he was a
teacher in the Port St. Joe High
School.
Accompanying Mr. Parker on his
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FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room apartment 617 Woodward
Ave. $45.00 per month. Call or write
Gene Halley, 2108 Croydon Dr., Tal-
labassee, Office phone 222-0550, ext.
849, home phone, 385-3139. tfc
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom
furnished first floor apartment.
12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481
or 227-461-. tfc-11-30
FOR RENT or SALE: 3 bedroom
house. Central heating, hardwood
floors. &13 Marvin Ave. Phone 227-
8321. 5tp-1-4
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house on Palm Blvd. $70 per mo.
Phone'227-5261. Geo. Wimberly. tf
FOR RENT: Duplex apartment at
14th and Palm. Also 2 bedroom
home on 9th St. Cecil G. Costin, Jr.


ortment, For information ell aIng a ,s. Total ales price, 11,000,.
227-2565. tfol-11 New three bedroom house In Oakl
-G-. rova *with a'port, only $5,000.
FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri- Old home located 'on two very
Tate bath, living room -and TV nice lots on Seventh St. Priced for
room privilege. All well heated. Q'uck sale at only $5,000.
See at 528 corner of gth St. and Two bedroom house with 150 ft.
"Woodward Ave. ie well and complete in every detail.
FOR RENT: 2 2-bedroom houses, Located in White City. Will sell
-St. Joe Beach, furnished. 2-bed- tor small down .payment and bal-.
room apartment, Ifurnished, 9th St. ance like rent.
2-bedroom apartment, unfurnished, FRANK HA NON
9th St. .2 one-bedroom houses, fur- Reltered Real Estate Broker
wished, 9th St. Smith's Pharmacy. Ml Red Ave. Ph. 227-4491
FOR RENT: Exceptionally nice 2 LOTS FOR SALE: anOak Grovre.
bedroom apartment.: Upstairs. $26.01,dowr .o6.0 per om. Phone
Phone 227-7341. tfc-227-2274201 or contact Tomlinson Ab-
Sstraet o. Itc-1 -4


FOR RENT: 2 bedroon- unfurnish-
ed apartment, upstairs, $35. mo.
Located 522% Third St. Phone 227-
8642. tfc-1-18
NO CLOSING COSTS: Only $300
down on nice, 3 bedroom insulat-
ed house. Hardwood floors, wired
for air conditioner and electric
stove. Corner lot, 302 16th St. $8,-
500. $57.21 monthly. Write or call
Ben Dickens, 1101 Peidmont Dr.,
Tallahassee, Phone 885-1015. tfc-1-18
FOR SALE


1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico
Beach on waterfront. 100z143 lot
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath.
Priced at only $10,975.40.
3. 3-bedreem house, 1 bath, car.
port and utility room, en Marvtn
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
assume balance of $0,461.56 pay-
able at $7Q.00 per month.
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for
fish camps and retirement homes.
Terms arranged to suit you.
5. Lots to reale at St. Joe Beakb.
1 block from *water. Reasonable
terms.
6. 106 acres at Beacox Hill. Good
investment opportunity.
7. 320 acre of woodland, a s
miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap-
proximateW 300 acres planted in
1-year old pine ees.
8. New three bedroom homes un-
der construction on Cypress Ave-
nue. $500 down, payments, approxi-
mately $80.00 per month. FRA.
9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660
each. Termss.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
C. W. Long, Salesman
Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave.
FOR &ALE: 2 edreoo hmme 1C88
Long Ave. Garage and uVtIty
room. Call Grady Player, a27-- 60.
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
2 bedroom brick home, 1011 Lou
Ave. Also two story, two bedroom


FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4-bedrm. stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phoae
house,. 2 baths, living room, din- 648-418, J. A. Mira.
ing room, kitchen, breakfast room,:
utility 'room, venetian blinds, fire- FOR SALE
place, gas heat. Near grammar Three bedroom masonry home
,school. :$75.00 mo. Call Mrs. James with oak floors, has ceramic tile
Perritt, Phone 227-8581. tfe-1-11 ,bath, breezeway and garage. Locat-
O ed on 90x165 ft. lot on Garrison
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FOR SALE: 1959 Cabin cruiser, 36
'hp motor 'and trailer, $400. 1955
Pontiac Starchiefr hardtop, $495.
1952 Buick Special, 4-door, $95. See
at 1317:Long Ave. Phone 227-4871.
FOR SALE: 2 living room chairs,
plastic, leather upholtsered. $35.00
for both. Phone 648-3126. Itc
SANDBLASTING and PAINTING:
Boat trailers, refrigerators, etc.
See Warren Whitfield, phine 227-
3983, 106 Bayview Dr., Highland
View. tfc-1-25
MALE HELP WANTED: National
organization, due to increase in
business has several openings for
guards, age 35-55. Men applying
must have clean background, be
5' 8" or over, be able to meet pub-
lic and stand background investi-
gation. In reply state age, height,
previous home 'address, previous
employment fo rpast 10 years. Re-
ply, Box 308, Port St. Joe. Itc
ATTENTION MAN OR WOMAN:
Serve consumers with Rawleigh
products in Gulf Co. Must have de-
sir. to earn $100 per week and up.
See D. C. Thrash, 1422 N. Boule-
vard, Tallahassee or write Raw-
leigh's Dept. FAA-100-18, Memphis,
Tenn. 2tp-1-25


TeArteeth Ju il OhwSit in and tor n Gi.
County, rForida and the several property I -
nrs, taxpayers, citizens of the State of High Sc hool T
Florid. *and of the City of Port St. Joe,' | UUI Te
Florida, Including non-residents owning Te
property or subject to taxation therein, and
all .others having or claiming any right,' DA NllEE- '" N
title or interest in property to be affected I W ling N W S
by the issuance by the CiOtty of Port St. Joe, Te
Florida, of Hospital Revenue Bonds of 1961, Te
hereinafter more particularly described, or
to be affected in any way thereby, are here-
by required to appear before the Circuit By GEORGE BOYER
Court of Gulf County, Florida, in the Four- The newly formed Sharks Bowl: i
teenth Judicial Circuit of said State at the
City--Hall in Port St. Joe, Florida, on the Ing League held its second day of
29th day of January, 1962, at 10:00
o'clock A.M., and show cause why the i league bowling, January 20 at the
prayers of the petition filed in the above Joe Bowling
proceeding should not be granted and the Joe Bowing Lanes. The league
$40,000.00 Hospital Revenue Bonds of 1961 ''bowls every Saturday at 1:00 p.m.
therein described and the proceedings here-
tofore had authorizing the issuance thereof 'under the sponsorship of the Jun-
validated and confirmed, such bonds being of Commerce of Port
dated December 1, 1961, maturing serially !or Chamber of Commerce of Port
on'December of each of the years 1976 to St. Joe.
1978, both inclusive, bearing interest, pay-
able semi-annually (June 1 and December Teams two 'and five still remain
1) at such rate or rates not exceeding the te f f 'ih
legal rate, a more particular description of tied for first place, .each with a
said bonds being contained in the Petition 7-1 record. The only change in the
filed in this proceeding.
DONN AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka, 1 standings was team, three dropping
Gulf County, Florida this the 3rd day of from fourth place to'fifth and team
January, 1962. from fourth place to fifth and team
SW. L. FITZPATRICK one moving from fifth place to
Judge of the Circuit Court of the one moving fro ith place to
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of fourth place.
Florida in and for Gulf County. This week Sonny Eells knocked
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN Charlie Zimmerman out of the
PROBATE. first place honor of the highest
IN RE: Estate of
MANNING BRYANT SMITH, individual game by 'bowling a very
Hd caSTAE OF FLORIDA sharp 193. Zimmerman couldn't k
TO. DONALD W. SMITH, whose address is: match Eells' 193 this week but his
674 Riverside Terrace, Orangeburg, South 188 last week kept him in second s
Carolina. 188 last week kept him in second
You are hereby notified that a petition
has been filed in said Court praying for the place.
appointment of Tom Fleming Smith as Ad- Frankie -Scott holds the third
mintstrator of the above estate and you
are hereby required to file your written de- place honor for the second week
fnses thereto within forty (40) days after
the first publication and posting hereof, with 'a 172. Charlie will betrying
houald you fall therein, decree will be en- to get back on top this Saturday.
tered In due course upon said petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Don't let the" pressure get the best
Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf County, Flor-
Ida, this 19th day of December, A. D. 1961. of you, Charlie.
AMCouty JP. 4HUBAND2. For the highest averages in six
County Jadge 41-12-21. ..


IN TI'E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
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 of Lela Mae


games, the top six 'boys are: Char-'
lie Zimmerman, 166; Frank Scott,'
146; Sonny Eells, 144; Lloyd Gard-1
ner, 138; Wally Dodson, 136 'and
Joe Whaley, 134.
There 'are some real close aver-


ATTENTION HOUSEWIVESI Fowler, deceased, are hereby notified and ages for six games, and this week
GET those Christmas bills off required to file any claims or demands which
you mind.ew onimaygs o ure have against said estate in the after nine games, no telling who'll ually keep
your ;ind. A few openings now office of Sam P. Husband, County Judge, ,b n top! Don't waste those
aTvalable in neighborhood terri- Gulf County, Florida, at the Courthouse at
stories. We train you to show Av- Wewahitchka, Florida, within six (6) calen- spares, latest deve
Sc. F o r i dar months from the date of the first pub-
on Cosmetics. F o r interview location of this notice. Each claim or de- The teams are trying to 'add one
write AVON, Box 3101 MSS, Tal- mand must be in writing and must state
lahassee, Florida. 2tc-1-18 the residence and post office address of the more player to each team, making field of m
claimant, and must be sworn to by the clai- it five players to a team. There is
FILE YOUR INCOME TAJ returns mant, his agent or attorney, or it will be- ,.,
FILE YOUR INCOME TAJ returns come void according to law. still room for 'other boys between
early. You may be due a refund. Dated this 10th day of January, A. D., the ages of 10 and 19 years of age
Prompt and efficient. INCOME TAX 1962. WASHINGTON nd earsof age We a
SERVICE, 1017 Long.Avenue. ERA LEE WASHINGTON who are interested in bowling. If
Executrix of the Will of
--- Lela Mae Fowler, deceased, you don't know how to bowl very you in good
MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe- CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
other planning to move across Attorney for Executrix 4t well, come on out 'anyway. Bob his order to
town or across bthe nation, you may First Publication on: January 18, 1962. Kerrigan and Jake Koller will be
be sure that your most priceless Real Estate Opportunity around and will be glad to help yuo.
belongings are in experienced and CAN YOU SELL? STANDINGS I
capable hands. We represent May- Strout Realty seeks area represen- Team W L Pct. SM
flower, nationwide movers. Call us, tatives in White City, Beacon Hill, JOHN F
for free estimates. SURPLUS Overstreet, West Bay, Springfield,, ,N
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument Mexico Beach, Carrabelle. Money- You must have: initiative, excellent Two Parking
Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18 maker for the man who can sell. character (bondable), sales ability,
S A erm a-Strong training, guidance and sup- financially responsible. Opportun-
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom erma- port. Company furnishes ALL ad- Ity!-with the World's Largest real
stone house, $8,500. Insulated, verUsing s gns, forms, supplies. tes tate Supermarket. i Drive
less than 5 yrs. old. tile floors, cyp- Hundreds of live prospect leaders STROUT REALTY, Inc.
tess paneled kitchen., Iling room, 'each month. Nationwide advertis- 2. K. Davis, State Manager I
ditlng roim and ball, venetian ing brings Buyers from everywhere. P. 0. Box 601 i
blinds, 1-ton air conditioner and .i.18 Palatka, Floirla 4tc
Frigidaire stove. Built In ktcban 1 alatka, loira 4tc
cabinets, carport and utility .room, i
tree shaded lot, chain link fence, p- '
lot 90x135. See at 621 Maddox St., .
Oak. Grove, Phoa. 2974653 Frakn *. -
J. Zellchowsk i. 4tc1-4


FOR SALE: House at 1303 McClel-
lan Ave. Assume payments and
pay ,small equity. See Gene Fowler
at 1303 McClellan. ltc
INCOME TAX SERVICE: Call 648-
4436 after 5:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs.
Cbhick Gibson. 13tp-1-4
THERE 'WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROT L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, See
All Master Masons cordially invited
BPTiC TANKS pumped out. Gall
Buford Gr tfin, Phone 7-7011 for
tnick expert service. tfc
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
iag first ,and third Tuesday
igiats, 8:00 p.m. American Legion

.AWN MOWER FOR RENT:' $1.00
hour. Out your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
sao, Phoea 7-75. /
iR. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All Visit
ins brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Tharadays, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion HalR. All 'members urged to
attsad.
Noble Grand: smnett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
degn, separate dining room, cen-
tral heating, carpet and new blinds
included. Large tree shaded cor-
ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone
227-3751. tfc-8-24


LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, a
municipality in the County of
Gulf, State of Florida,
Petitioner,
STATE OF FLORIDA, and the Tax-
payers, Property Owners and
Citizens of the City of Port St. Joe,
including non-residents owning
property or subject to taxation
thertin,
Respondents.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND THE
SEBYRAL PROPERTY OWNERS, TAX-
PAYERS AND CITIZENS OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA AND OF THE CITY OF PORT
ar. JOE, FLORIDA, INCLUDING NON-
RESIDENTS OWNING PROPERTY OR SUB-
IJECT TO TAXATION THEREIN, AND ALL
OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN PROPER-
TT TO BE AFFECTED BY THE ISSUANCE
BY THE CITY OF PORT ST JOE, FLOR-
'IDA OF THE HOSPITAL REVENUE BOInD
AOF 1961, HEREINAFTER MORE PARTIC-
ULARLY DESCRIBED, OR TO BE AFFECT-
II) IN ANY WAY THEREBY:
You and each of you, the State of Flor-
id., through the State .Attorney of the =


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WE CAN BE PROUD
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PORT ST. JOE CAN GROW


New business in this community means great-

er prosperity for all of us. That's why we have made

the project of bringing new business home our number

one concern. But it's a tremendous job and we need

your help. Here's what you can do: give your full

support to local business, industry, and to your Cham-

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