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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
MONEY TALKS -Let's keep
it where we can '.nek 'wlth it
once in a wh'e---T-ade with
your-"io-me town merchants
PORT ST. J.Oiu, 1.ul A
Years Work Repoi
Annual Chamber I
The Port S9. Joe Chamber of civic -club signs on one big board.
Conimerce picked Robert Fox, Roy Host to the Tyndall Teen Club
Gibson, Jr., and Dr. Wayne Hen- and their leader Pete Culberson,
drix as new 'directors in the annual who gave the PTA some pointers
election meeting Tuesday night at on the operation of a youth cen-
the St. James Episcopal Parish ter.
House. The three new directors will Produced 25,000 copies of a
serve a three year term and are new advertising brochure for Port
replacing Herbert Brown, George St. Joe and 'distributed a number
Wimberly, Jr., and Calvin Floyd. of the brochures through Florida
The new Board of Directors will "Welcome Stations" and through
-meet within the next ten days to the Florida Development Commis-
pick 'a-new slate of officers for the sion.
coming year. Spent $28.00 on newspaper ad-
In recapping the year's activities yertising.
of 'the Chamber, president Sid Transferred $750.00 to the
Brown listed the following accom- building fund.
plishments: The president appeared on a
Purchased three large sign television show recently with other
boards to be 'erected at the three Chamber presidents of the area to
highway entrances to the city. The discuss ways aBfd means of promot-
signs will contain a collection of. ing: this area.
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HONOR FOOTBALL TEAM-Piiured abuve re the hotis, a ni lun.-
.red gu-sts.at .1 banquet lst Thuirsday nihL .Ai -tihe Mt,-iel S'.; Joe.
iTTfe 'li|l TTaihark j)tO.il .ir-.f 'was nbored- ajt hanquiut by the
IGA FoI]| .irid Mr ain .-,r:_' JJake Muucilhe le. ,'.nrs ort tlhe
Motel St. Joe. Pictured aliove ,re, 1-ft to ri.iit, Asi tCoach Dave
Nicholson. IGA market manager Marvin Land, Asst. Coach Lamar .
Falson, Head Coach Marion Craig, IGA owner Edward J. Woods
'and Motel St. Joe owners,;Mr. and Mrs, Jake Mounet -e.
The local IGA Foodliner is coop-
Gets Tyndall Contract
Colonel D. A. Raymond, U. S.
rating with the Higdon Grocery Army District Engineer 'at Mobile,
Company .of Quincy, IGA supplier, Alabama, .announced this week the
in a 13 week promotion starting on award of a contract in the amount
February 1 and continuing through ,of $116,744.50 to the E. F. Gunn
April 28. Construction Company of Port St.
Prizes for the promotion consist Joe, Florida, for considerably en-
of: first prize, a Lee Quality three larging the ground powered equip-
bedroom "Fernwood" home; sec- ment shop at Tyndall Air Force
ond prize, $1040.00 free food for one
year; third prize, $520.00 food for
six months, and fourth ,prize, $260
food -for three months. In addition
to the four grand prizes, each IGA
store supplied 'by the Higdon Gro-
cery Company will award each
week a $20.00 gift certificate- to
some lucky customer shopping in
an IGA store during the 13 we-eki
Drawings will be held every Sat--
urday at the local IGA food store
for the weekly prizes. Grand prize
drawing will be held -at the Hig-
don Grocery Company in Quincy,
irted A B. S ikes
f- Jifdg-a L. Fitzpatrick Monday in T T
eetina 10-yeabld -disputer Canal W ork Hear
involving a railroad overpass in
front of the paper mill here.
H. B. and D. M. Lewis are suing
-Escorted a party o industrial- the State, Road Department for Congressman' Bob Sikes will be hon- ing on the
sts through the Port St. Joe indus- -damages theyctaim were caused by ored in Port St. Joe next Wednesday, Feb- The Gu
Ists through ,the Port St. Joe indus- he construction of the overpass
trial park. in which they claim the SRD took ruary 7 at noon with festivities designed miles in len
Provided $175.00 for prize mon- a portion of their property in build- to show the appreciation of Gulf County the Intracoa
ey in rbthe Christmas parade. ing the overpass across the AN for the Congressman's favor during the ard depth ar
Harbor Committee reported to the Railroad tracksrin at the hear past year's in which Sikes has served this is nine feet
Chamber that or all practical pur- Witnesses appearing at the hear- Congressional District. purpose of t
Chamber that for all' practical pur- ing, held at the City Hall here, for
poses, work on 'the harbor by the the plaintiffs said the automobile Sikes will speak to those present- and the Ar
Corps of Engineers was completed. 1,.,ine, operated by the Lewis bro- expected to be about 2,500 from Port St. deepening t]
Brown reported that Port St. Joe others Ws .damaged by the con- Joe and surrounding areas-at 11:30 just in the wat
sn toald iate5fo channel s struction of the overpass. A -motion prior to a free fish fry dinner to be served make the G
basin to facilitate larger ships us- picture film said taken in Septem- by the Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce, any traffic
ing the local port. Brown said that her of l' showed flooding condi-f Commerce, a
the port of Port St. Joe now com- tions in, the vicinity of -the Lewis the City Commission, the County Commis- waterway a
pares favorably with other ports on Garage and what was once a show sion, the Port St. Joe Jaycees and the St. Joe the deep
Ithe Gulf Coast. room for new cars. Joe Paper Company. Georgia doc
oA small amount of work still The property in question was Sikes will be in Port St. Joe next Wed- er Georgia
trance channel on l will be e in once a Kaiser-Fraser agency and nesday along with the District Corps of coon have a
trance channel and will e done in later a Hudson agency operated by Mobile,
the ,near future. the Lewis brothers. They also op- Engineers officer from Mobile, Alabama enlarged ca
Approximately 45 were in attend- related a cafe and parts department to conduct a hearing relative to deepening dustry alrea
ance at the dinner meeting. 'in the location adjacent to the over- and widening the Gulf. County Canal be- attract othe
pass, witnesses. said. tween St. Joseph Bay and the Intracoastal canal which
Kiwani View Plaintiffin the suit also claim Waterway. This hearing will begin at "industrial T
iwaiS. V W that a por.icJn of their property, a 9:30 a.m. Wednesday morning at the Cen- Everyoi
"|*ea I ff triangle oi .-::,1b concrete used 'as ., a Eey
cTacess to t eir business was taken tennial Building with the speaking 'and attend the
by the SRID' in the construction and dinner to follow adjournment of the hear- gressman nE
Hubert Richards, principal of the are a':k'in;thi- court to determine
Port St. Joe Elementary School pre- if they a, etitled to indemnificn- Shrks lose To Malone;
sented the program to the Kiwanis tion t'-r r p ..roperty.
Club Tuesday. Richards showed the A ,n fjulcJon s-uit fil' a- ef ot Ruthefordt
club two of the films used by the ,he -i 1'1 i "' sough to enjoin
Gulf-Calhoun County film library the "n-rti'n of the overpass. Defending Cass B champioMa-
as teaching aids. The films unfold- Cau Pppr. was ttornfeated Port St. Joes Sharks
ed the various forms of If rtl- "- n.. _... lone defeated Port St. Joe's Sharksm
forest and how nature blan ces It- "l wA s di.olid by the Jr~ for the second time this season ,'
self both in 'the illant and animal 'urt. last Friday night in Malone. The
kingdom. : .- ecil Ceoin. a local attorney I Tigers 'defeated the Sharks by -a
\ s e ,'r h ,h [lLi d ihrL: 'L, for the. plain- score of 43-49.
The other movie shoed he tlffs sbhe current suit. Judge High poinl man for th ,n
F dets tobaco the h uan FiLtzfrk C.L the case undpr. was Johnny H"1 ges wIth 18 points,
n e how o tine .ee ed .the study. Georige Boyer ed the 'iark, with
serves .f the body and its fu,s markers while i tIn r ti
.SI uppemerr o t ihe movie, Boa0 Mot .Traie r ,,.m. i,, 10. -
oi'ards, said. He pited the agri- was stglen from the J-luichlnsa Mo, season with a 40-36 'triumph.: week against the Bay High Torna
Richltral program in school t he tor Company used car lot on Mon- harks ft tp Malone fg ft tp urt is Jaes Kenedy 15-6. first
H program, school. lnch program unmen t Aen ue over the week end. Boyer 4 3 11 Bevis ,, 1 5n ,
and the film library-all govern- Griffin reported that Hutchins said ay r Tuesday night.'1The Rams
ment sponsored and financed school the boat was there Saturday and. .Chasn 2 2 6 -4 10 18 h'-. ye to iin a game this season.
programs, was gone Monday. Griffin said .the Gibson 1 4 6 Brunson 3 3 9..The victory was the sixth against
Richards stressed that it was not highway patrol had been notified El 3 0 8 gers seven defeats for Coach Marion-
necesg e.ary to shave federal n.'geaid to-'hief of Policth e theft, H.ut as of press time or rte i .
have good school. "Gulf County Wednesday afternoon, no trace ofore 's
lfthiaoto SHARK GUARD Johnny Ray sinks
can have the best schools in the the oat or motor had been found. Malon9 9 10-43 Johnny Ray pacd th Sharks
state or the nation-it its citize Was T. D. Hutchins, owner of the lot scoring attack with 16 .points. Ray
so desire", said Richardol said the boat was a Crosby fibre on- Toe Sharks ga ied orped in eight fKennedy-( goals to op
Richard said that the local rel- glass with a 45 horn reported thatepower Mer- a 33 w10in over Rutherford High'uesday night.The Ramss all scorers.
dents not meeting the school needs cury outboard motor attached. The winless Rams on the Sharks home Freddie Chason followed with 12
through local taxes causes people 'boat thieves hauled the rig of on markers for the winning Sharks.
through local taxes causes .people .boat 'thieves. hauled the, rig off on"' markers for the winning Sharks.
Base, Florida. to reach out for "free" Federal aid.
The Port. St. Joe frm will con- The speaker pointed out that for
struct two large prefabricated ad- a number of years, Gulf County has
editions to the 'shop apd make nec-
essary alterations to the electrical vance notices.soliciting bids on 'this'
distribution system, utilities, pave- job to 1001 contractors and mater-
ments 'and grassing. ial suppliers, furnished plans and
Work is 'expected to ,get under specifications on request to 21
way early in Fberuary and to be prime contractors 'and 39 sub.con-
,on.pleted by tie end of August tractors and material suppliers, and
1962. received six bids from prime con-
The Corps of Engineers sent ad- ,tractors.
one of Hutchins' Eezy trailers.
had the highest per capital income
of any county in the state, and in,
light of this, fact, there is no ex-
cuse for Gulf having second rate
Guests of the Club Tuesday were
Joe Whaley 'and Johnny Ray of the
Key Club and Bob Halstead, new
Commanding Officer of the Cape
San. Blas -Coast Guard station.
]Gycee S Give Awards at Lad
Tapper Company Low
Bidder On Franklin Job'
George G. Tapper Co., was the
apparent low bidder Tuesday for
resurfacing of a road between Apa-
lachicola and East Point in Frank-
lin County. The Tapper bid was
$133,932 for the job.
Tapper's hbid was a part of a 10.6
million dollar bid opening 'by the-
State Road Department Tuesday.
[es Ni ht
James Gibson and Sonny Eells
each collected 10 points for the
Centennial Building grounds.
ilf County Canal, about eight
ngth, connecting the Bay with
astal Waterway, is not of stand-
nd width. The Gulf Canal now
deep and 100 feet wide. The
the hearing is to persuade Sikes
my Engineers of the need for
he canal to 12 feet and widen-
:erway to 125 feet. This will
'ulf Canal capable of handling
that might travel an inland
nd conceivably make Port St.
water port for the Bainbridge,
ks on the Flint River and oth-
cities further up the Flint to
access to the waterway. The
nal would also better serve in-
ady on the canal and serve to
r industry to the banks of the
have been set aside as an
ne in Gulf County is invited to
festivities honoring the Con-
two points in a losing effort last
does in the local gym. Coming up-
and George Boyer, (No, 40).. -
Port St. Joe's quintette took 4pa
early 22'9 .lead in the first quarter.
The Sharks were a mile ahead 'at
halftime, 40-14 and. still going.
After intermission, the Sharks
outscored the Rams 15-16 in the
third quarter and 16-9 in the 'ourlh
period for their final 71-33 margin.
The Baby Sharks also took the
measuree of the Ram's "B" string,
defeating them 43-26. Bob Craig
(Continued On Page 6)
by a well known local personality -' ; ; L
at the conclusion of the promotion. Wesley R. Ramsey, editor and various Jaycees for their work on gram. the close scrutiny of his constitu-
Grand prize winners names will ble
Grannounced prize winners names will store publisher of The Sar was signally givic .projects throughout the past Joe Parrott, who headed up the ents. If he buys himself a new car,
advertising an also on radio and honored last Friday night by being year. Awards presented were successful Christmas parade last he "stole the money". If he keeps
advertising and alo on radio selected by the Port St. Joe Jaypeeg Ralph Swatts, who headed up the year, the same old car, he is criticized
everyone 18 years of 'age or old- as their "Outstanding Young Man teen age driver's rodeo last spring, Wade Barrier, for his work in f
eryoneto participate thefor the Year 1961" to receive their Te Canon, who collected toys drawing up a street lighting plan fo not keeping up appearances for
promotion. Simply visit your local Distinguished Service Award, i.n the Jaycee "Toys for Tots" pro- to present to the City Commission his home county. If his wife dres-
GA food store and register. No This annual 'award is given by which was ultimately adopted, ses well, she is going "high-hat"
urchaIGA food store and register. th Jaycees to the selection made Wesley R. Ramsey, chairman, of and if she continues to dress the
Employees and their immediately a panel of judges (not Jaycee s publicity for the Jaycees. same, she is not meeting the stan-
families of d store and who make a selection from names Certificates of appreciation were dards placed on her by her hus-
eof young men submitted for the presented to Radio Station WJOE .band's position.
don Grocery this promotiopany are. hot eli- honor by citizens of the area. and The Star for their cooperation The speaker charged the Jaycees
gible for thispromotion Walter Dodson, chairman of the in publicizing Jaycee projects thru to become interested in politics as
judging and Rev. J. C. Carmichael the year. irn ;.ial. pick a candidate after
Babe 'Ruth Baseball presented the award to Ramsey Rawls Is Speaker ''rxln'.r.ii- his capabilities and to -
Meeting Set This Afternoon at the annual Jaycee ladies t |ti:t John Rawls, Judge of the District cast an intelligent vote af'er exam-
---- banquet held at the Gulf Sands M- Court of Appeals in Tallahassee ining the issues at hand. Then, af-
Bill Fleming, president of the tea.c e was the after dinner speaker for ter "you r" candidate becomes
Babe Ruth Baseball League has According to the judges, deci- I the banquet affair. 'elected, work with him to make
called a meeting for this afternoon sion, Ramsey was chosen for his Rawls gave the Jaycees some of his term of office successful in ser- i .
at the Florida Power Lounge at ork in keeping the public inform- his observations from his life as a vice to his people.
6:30 p.m. ed of activities of county and city seeker of public office. Guests of the Jaycees were Bob
The meeting is for parents of governments during the past year, Rawls reminded the Jaycees that Sowell, Ralph Mims Tommy Thomp-
boys ages 13 through 15 to ascer- interest in civic affairs and active the office seeker is spending mon- son, Brook Stewart, Ken Chastain, RECEIVES AWARDStar ,
tain the interest evident for Babe participation in the activities of his ey to get elected-usually his mon- Chuck Burlingame, Tommy Cooley pictured above left is presented a certificate by Walter Dodson,
Ruth play for the coming season. church, the Long Avenue Baptist ey. The candidate neglects his job and John Powell, all of Panama Chairman of the Jaycee DSA av'.rd selec ion committee for "out-
All parents or other adults in- Church. or business to run for a job that City; Bob Sidwell, Mr. and- Mrs. standing civic contribution. .o hi rea during the year 1961". The
terested in Babe Ruth baseball are Jaycee president R. H. Ellzey pre- JUDGE JOHN RAWLS pays usually $100 a month. J. C. Carmichael and Mr. and Mrs. award was presented last Friday night at the annual Jaycee ban-
urged to attend his meeting. rented his presidential awards to Jaycee Speaker For his trouble he usually gets Walter Dodson of Port St. Joe. quet, held a: the Gulf Sands Restaurant. (Star photo)
T HUR SDAY, FEB RUARY1,96
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Be
nounce the engagement and a
daughter Dorothee to James
A. G. Montgomery of this city
The wedding will be an
3, 1962 at the Long Avenue
C. Odum, officiating. All fried
ple are invited to attend.
"Holy Night", ithe t lrt oft 1 epi-
sodes in the. newly-released Living
Christ motion picture series, is to
be shown on, Monday, February 5,
at 7:30 p.m., 'as a special Life of
Christ Study Course under the 'aus-
pices .-of 'St. Jps-9ph's Church gets
under way in the 'Parish Hall.
" Holy Night", photographed In
full color,, -is a faithful Bible ac-
count of Isaiah's phophesy -and its
fulfillment, and covers the journey
to Bethlehem, Athe manger scene
and the adoratiqun of the shepherd,.
The. 12 episodes of the .Living
Christ motion picture series, four
years in the making by Cathedral
Films, were produced with a rever-
ence and research of biblical back-
ground unmatched anywhere.
Joe Mira, general chairman, said
the public is invited to attend the
entire series, and 'that an offering
would be taken.
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In wash and wear, orlon and wool blend,
Fine imported wool, exclusively at our store.
These Slacks Formerly Priced from $7.95 to $16.95
Now $4.99 to $11.49
All Curlee SUITS and SPORT COATS30 off
Fine imported wool, orlon and wool blends 30 o f
All Men and Boys' SPORT SHIRTS Reduced
By Kaynee and McGregor R e
Lady Manhattan and White Stag Sports Wear Reduced!
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AL A &s N BOY'S WEA
"'Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
Mr. and Mrs. James J. McInnis,
Jr., 1320 McClellan Avenue an-
nounce the birth of a baby girl,
Ruby Louise, born January 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Leo. Min-
L Jo.nger, 220 Fifth Street, High and
..VJ. view, announce the birth of a son
Ronald Ervin on January 28.
S(All births occurred at the Port
*St. Joe Municipal Hispital.)
L,6,M Ministers Have
RUntil April 15 To
Adopt Soc. Security
Ministers, Christian S c i e nce
practitioners, and members of re-
ligious orders who have not 'taken
1the vow of poverty, have been giv-
en several chances to build up So-'
cial Security credits, :according to
John V. Carey, District Manager of
the Panama City Social Security
Office. Social Security coverage as
a self-employed person based on
ministerial income was first avail-
'able in 1955.
Many ministers throughout the
country and, perhaps, some in this
Announced area, have still failed to take any
action, Carey continued. In the Fall
of 1960, the Congress established
imet of Trier, Germany an- -a final deadline of April 15, 1962,
approaching marriage of their -before which the individual minlis-
0. Montgomery, son of Mrs.- ter must make up his mind if he
y. wants Social Security credits from
Ministerial income. After this date,
event of Saturday, February only the newly ordained minister
Baptist Church with Rev. J. -will be able to -gain Social Secur-
ends and relatives of the cou- ity coverage.
The minister who wants Social
Security coverage registers 'his de-
Aecision with the District Director of
Annette Lewis Internal Revenue by executing
Form 2031, Waiver Certificate. The
Observes Birthda Director of Internal Revenue will
acknowledge receipt of th'e minis-
ter'4 election of coverage 'and will
Mr. and ,Mr H. .ewis hon- return a copy of 'the form for 'ie
ored their daughter, Aninetto, with' minister's records.
'a.:party.on her sixteenth birthday, Forms 2031 are available at all.
Friday evening, January 19 at the Social Security offices and your
Centennial Building. The 'theme of nearest Internal Revenue Office.
the party was "Happy Birthday If you have been a minister for sev-
Sweet .Sixteen". She received many eral years b thi u is the. time to akp
beautiful and useful gifts. Seventy action as. after April 15, 1962,,
f hei' friends enjoyed 'the occasion few months from now, you wi'l ho
with her. longer have, any choice in h the. toat-
o ater. If the minister in your church'
Scout Pack does nt know about this, or if
C bScout rcS k you know 'of other ministers: *o'
,may have overlooked this matter,,
To Mee Tonight please do them a favor ,by calling
This information to their attention.
SThe minister who elects-Social Se-
Cub Scout Pack 47 will have its lcurity coverage builds up the-same:
regular Pack -meeting tonight a, retirement, disability and survivors
7:30 'p.m. at the STAC Huose. All insurance protection as all other
Cubs, parents and boys interested workers and employed people un-
in becoming Cub Scouts are urged der -Social Security have. However,
to attend. the'minister who neglects this'mat-
.ter will not have any protection un-
der Social 'Security based on his,
Vitro Wives inconie as a minister.
For full details contact -'your
Have Meeting nearest Social Security -Office 'and
ask for the leaflets entitled, "Dear
The Vitro Wives Club held their Mr.iClergymaniand "Social Se-
January monthly meeting, Thurs- -
Jnr m tl-enhscurity Information for the Self-
day, January 18, 7:30 p.m. at Flor- Employed."
eda, PowerLy oug Sh.The Social Security' Office for
eid P enn r L ne this area is located at 1135 Harri-
President Jenny Richardson pre- .,
sided over the meeting. Betetyson nesP I te a
Whitpehurst was installed as new phn.beha r3
vice-president.l CARD OF THANKS-
After a short business meeting, .ay Iexpress my'sincere appre-
19 members enjoyed refreshments nation and thanks for the many
served by Betty Shaw, Doris Smith lot ely and thanks for the ,many!
vd bty Bety aw Ditlovely cards, letters and floral of-
and Betty Jo Peterman. Iferings and especially for the many
prayers offered in my behalf dur-
In Memory, ing my recent illness.
iy To my many friends, may I again
say thanks and may Gods richest
In memory of Earl L. Hobaugh blessings abide with each of you.
who passed ,away seven years ago MYRTICE SMITH
February 5, 1955.
Your life is a beautiful memory.
Your absence a silent grief.
You sleep in God's beautiful
Amid sunshine and .perfect peace.
You left a beautiful memory.
And a sorrow too great to be
But to me who loved 'and lost
Your memory will never grow
.- Wife, Anna Hobaugh
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- !W'-STARTS WEDNESDAY
Facts About Cancer...
In Men. .
60. Do more men'thnri women
die of cancer?
Yes. Since 1949 more, minen than
women have died of cancer.
61. Why is the cancer death
rate Increasing among men and
not among women? -
Mainly bceause of the rapidly ris-
ing death toll from lung cancer in
men. Also, more women are now
being saved by early detection and
effective 'treatment. for two rea-
'sons: 1) they consult physicians
more regularly and they pay more
attention to danger signals, and 2)
cancer strikes women in sites such
as the womb and breast where the
disease is more accessible for diag-
nosis and treatment.
62. Is lung cancer a special
danger for men?
It is for men who smoke or who
,have been steady smokers of cigar-
ettes. Lung cancer is increasing
fasterr than all other forms of can-
cer. It is more prevalent in men
than In women but the rate is in-
creasine in women who smoke cig-
In Women .
64. What are the more common
forms qf cancer In women?
Cancer of -the reproductive or-
gans and cancer of the breast ac-
count-for almost half of all cancers
in women. Other cancers which oc-
cur frequently in women are: can-
cer of the intestines, stomach, rec-
tum and skin.
65. What can every woman do
about breast cancer?
Every woman should have her
breasts examined by a phyiscian as
part of her annual health checkup.
She should learn from him the pro-
per technique for examining her
own breasts once a month and
should continue this practice for
life. How to do this is explained in
a film, "Breast Self-Examination."
and a folder, both of which may
be obtained from the local Unit or
Division of the American Cancer
66. Are most breast lumps
Fortunately, most breast lumps
are not cancer, but only a physician
the breast is the commonest cancer
in women and any delay in treat-
ment may be dangerous. Waiting
"to see what happens" may result
in curable cancer becoming incur-
able. Only a physician can decide
how and when a lump should be
68. Is there any evidence that
a tight-fitting brassiere causes
69. Can cancer result from a
baby's suckling or by bruising
There is no evidence that suck-
ling or bruising of the breasts will
70. What precautions should be
taken against cancer of the ut-
All injuries fr om childbirth
should be corrected. All adult wom-
en should have a pelvic examina-
,tion at least once each year. A cell
examination which many physi-
cians include in the usual pelvic
examination is one of the best aids
in the early detection of uterine
cancer. All unusual vaginal dis-
charge 'should be treated. Any ir-
arettes or who have smoked them can decide and should be consulted regular vaginal bleeding before the
over a period of several years. Immediately for all lumps. If a ibi- change of life, and any vaginal
63. What are the more common opsy Is performed, .microscopic bleeding thereafter, .call for an
cancers in men? tests will show whether the lump immediate examination by a phy-
Cancer eof -the dligestive organs i's 'malignant or benign. sician.
and cancer of the lung account for 67. Is there danger in a pa- 71. What is the cell examina-
more than half of' all cancers in tient's watching a lump in the tion for uterine cancer?
men. Cancer of the prostate is one breast "to see what happens"? Fluid is .removed from .the yag-
of the'most common forms of can- Yes. Time is an important factor ina painlessly ,by the physician.
cer in men over 60 years of age. in the control of cancer. Cancer of This can readily ibe done in his
office. Examination of !this fluid
under the microscope will reveal'
S Say You Saw ft In The Star whether cancer calls represent
S.. y .--even before there -are symptoms
of cancer. This is often called the
.3.. t"Pap" smear ,test, after its origina-
T A T T tor, Dr. George N. Papanicolaou.
FR ST1 BAPTL T CW RCH The cell examination should ibe In-
cluded in the woman's annual
I erner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. 0. BYRtN SMITH, Pastor health examination. Proof of can-
.cer, suspected from a cell examina-
tibn, requires a biopsy.
72. Is a woman who has had
a hysterectomy free from the
risk of cancer of the uterus?
If the woman has, had a total
hysterectomy, the .procedure in
which the entire uterus (womb)
-aid cervix (neck' of the womb) are
removed, she is, of course, free of
Is n Exacting Sue, Too
LIKE A PRESCRIPTION, OUR
PROTECTION PLANS ARE' PUT
TOGETHER WITH EXTRA CARE
There are about as many differ-.
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specific needs You can't buy them
a L, 94 it is vitally important that you
consult with an expert. Call on us at
WE PUT THE "SURE"
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Let's take an example. Do you know
that YOU can be SUED] Someone may
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That someone can sue you, his cdhn can
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AT A MINIMUM COST
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Ray E. Green Cautiously Optimistic
For State Income Increase During 1962
Sales Tax Collections
Increase Over A Year Ago
Comptroller Ray E. Green last
week was -cautiously optimistic as
to the 1962 fiscal outlook for State
Government revenue in reporting
that December sales tax collections
for the State were up ,only 4.39 per-
cent over 'the same month in 1960
or $14,465,279.36 as compared to
The State Comptroller said that
total sales tax collection for July
through December of 1961 has in-
creased only 3.35 percent over the
same period for 1960, or 2.65 per-
cent under the estimated total in-
crease for the fiscal year 1961-62.
Green pointed out that to meet
the estimated 180 million dollars, in
sales tax revenue for the current
fiscal year it would require an aver-
age of 8.32 percent increase for the
remainder of the fiscal: period over
the corresponding period of ,1960-61.
The Comptroller ;said he felt
that Florida was entering a new
period of prosperity as compared 'to
the last fiscal year a~id' was hoping
that the reported heavy influx of
tourists and the- anticipation of
spedisn inn federall, private and,
e.. possibility of caneW.'i .n these"
:et. If she has had 'a partial hys-
rectomy, the procedure in which
e cervix is not removed, 'there is
ill a real risk of cancer of the
rvix. Similarly,. -the remaining
aries may t-e.:...me 'ine site of
ncer in any woman:.'
State projects during the next six
to 12 months would substantially
increase the State revenue to the
point .of .meeting its minimum..
needs. How-ever, he said it would
take a tremendous increase in
sales tax collections -and revenue
from other sources 'to meet the
General Revenue estimated needs
Green said, "I am looking for-
ward to 1962 with optimism and I
feel that new government and in-
dustrial 'projects will have a defin-
ite effect on our economy, how-
ever; in view of the above, it i-.
TH TAIEt, Port St. JoW, Fla. THURaDAY, PIBRUARY 1, 19O
rT HE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
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Instruction Now Could Avert Tragedy
An incident this writer witnessed the other day brought
chills to our spine in remembering a similar incident that
made nation-wide headlines less than two months ago.
If you recall, recently, a school bus was hit by a train in
Arizona with the resultant loss of 20 young lives. Newspaper
.accounts of the accident said that it was caused because the
bus driver did not stop at the railroad crossing, as busses
are supposed to do.
The other day, while calling on Aubrey Tomlinson at
Shis service station, to solicit business, we noticed a Gulf
County school bus cross the railroad tracks leading over to
the box plant without even pausing. We pointed out the
occasion to Aubrey and remarked, "look at that. the bus
didn't stop for the crossing." Aubrey remarked, "if you had
been here at the same time yesterday, you would have seen
the same thing", thereby indicating that as far as he knew,
that particular bus never stopped for that particular cross-
If Port St. Joe ever makes national headlines, we don't
want it to be because of a train-school bus accident.
We don't know their policy in such matters, but we be-
!ieve it would be good insurance for the school board to call
questionable: that we will receive all their bus drivers together and advise them of the proper
c al year 1961-62." or the is-places to make routine stops and stress the necessity of such
a yr 1 ___ precautionary measures.
Born In February?
Get Your License
TALLAHASSEE-Here is a hap-
py birthday wish from your county
judge and the Florida Highway Pa-
They remind you that it is time
to buy : a- driver's license if'you'
were bornr this month.
*Better do it now while it is, on
your mi4. .-
LI,:,'-ne are issued now during'
the bir'hdhate month of each driv-
er, a practice. which eliminates
standing in line and waiting.
You get'the news of Port St. Joe
in The Star. Subscribe today!
Mom, be sure your
youngsters are getting
plenty of those
dairy foods they need
to stay healthy
IT'S GOT TO BE GOOD
A complete line of Borden's Dairy Pro-
ducts at your favorite super market or
delivered to your door. Just call us, col-
lect, to have your name placed on our
| Countay t "fresh Eggs
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Phone 639-4383 Wewahitchka, Florida
Pride Would Dictate Clean-up Move
At last week's meeting of the Port St. Joe's Jaycees, a
project was brought up that we believe worthy of every citi-
zen of Port St..Joe. that of cleaning up and fixing up the
entrances to our city. The north and east entrances to the
city certainly need beautifying. .......... ,,
S1While the condition of these entrances ;are not notial4
inuch by us (since we see them everyday) they are extremely
evidentt to the stranger or the visitor to our city. The stran-
.er in our gates is naturally taking advantage of every ep-
ortlinity to look about and "see ivhat this town lobks like".
.Certainly civic pride in our city and its appearance should
dictate that we take action at least to spruce up these city
But, not to stop there,: many locations throughout the
2ity could stand a little "polish" in appearance. The Jaycess
lain to mate their campaign city-wide and will be calling on
1ll of our citizens to do their part in the next few weeks.
We hope we can count on each of you to make our home-
town, one which we-may point to with pride.
Chirstianity Fights On New Battleground
Evangelist Billy Graham, who preached to more than
two million persons during his crusades' last year and had
62,758 of them come forward to make "decisions for Christ",
is expected to depart today for South America where he will
begin a month-long revival in the countries of Peru, Ecua-
dor, Colombia and Chile.
According to the North Carolinian, the Latin American
trip will be "the most crucial and most strategic of any tour
we've ever taken, including the one to Africa." His remark
would hardly be considered an exaggeration when one con-
siders that it is in this hemisphere of the world that the
Communists have concentrated their efforts to debilitate the
strength of Christianity. It was once assumed that the Latin
nations were so deeply instilled with religious ferver that no
force on earth could challenge successfully their faith in a
Supreme Being. Today we realize a regime has gained power
in one Latin country where Christianity is ridiculed and re-
ligious freedom almost abrogated.
The appearance of Billy Graham in neighboring coun-
tries is significantly important because it defines the battle-
ground on which Christianity and communism will be fought
in the immediate future. Wherever these two great forces
appear in juxtaposition, there is bound to be conflict, for
one must naturally be the antithesis of the other. The
religion of Christianity is diametrically opposed to the atheist
doctrines of communism and only the stronger of the two
shall survive. The spread of dialectical materialism with its
Godless ideology into all corners of the globe is the greatest
threat to the soul of man since Lucifer was banished from
Heaven, and it has become a threat because Christians have
not bolstered their faith with appropriate action.
South America, a breeding ground of discontent, suspi-
cion and revolution, has provided the fertile soil in which
communism grows best. Desire for material prosperity i.,
natural, but it can not be achieved by opening the door to
the promises of the Kremlin. We have seen that revolution
in the name of progress can become a revolt against our re-
ligious beliefs. Communism would turn all men into soulless
beings and deprive us of the sensitivity and spiritual inspira-
tion that distinguishes us as creatures cast in the likeness ef
God. The acceptance of the Billy Graham crusade may
reflect how well or how poorly Christianity is doing battle
with the godless religion of communism in South America.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-----.... :15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:S3 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...--...-. 7:30 p.m.''
"Come and Worship God With W" ,
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IGA NO. 303 CAN
CAMPBELL, Chicken Noodle, Rice or Vegetable Beef
IGA Sweet Garden No. S03 Can
IGA Sliced No. 303 Can
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ID 6 Bars AC AC
Jergen's Lotion Mild SOAP
5 Bars 35c
Colgate Toothpaste With Captain Kangaroo Cup FREE!
TOOTHPASTE Giant Size
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KARO RED LABEL SYRUP 1 lb. size 27c
MAZOLA CORN OIL Quart Bottle 81c
ARGO GLOSS STARCH, 12 oz. pkg. 2 for 25c
CHOW MEIN NOODLES No. 2 Can 17c
KRAFT MACARONI DINNER 2 for 35c
DOMCO NO. 10 JUG
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FEB. 1, 2, 3
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$1.59 Bob White Sliced
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2 LBS 39c
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Win this beautiful 3 Bedroom home,
ideal for a home, lake cottage; hunting
lodge or rental property.
Your IGA Food Stores will award this
$5915.00 3-bedroom Lee "Fernwood"
Home 95% complete on the winner's lot
and three other grand prizes consisting
of 1 year of FREE FOOD, 6 months
FREE FOOD, 3 months FREE FOOD
plus a weekly $20.00 Food Gift Certifi-
cate to some lucky IGA Food Store cus-
tomers ... for the next 13. weeks
starting February 1st and ending April
The Higdon Grocery Company supplier of
IGA FOODLINERS and Super Markets, announ-
ced plans today of a 13 week promotion start-
ing February 1st and ending April 28th. Prizes
for the promotion consist of 1st Prize a Lee
Quality 3 Bedroom "Fernwood" Home, 2nd
prize $1040.00 Free Food for one year, 3rd
Prize $520.00 food for 6 months and 4th $260.
Food for 3 months. In addition to the four
Grand Prizes, each IGA store supplied by the
Higdon Grocery Company will award each
week a $20.00 Gift Certificate to some lucky
customer shopping in an IGA Store during the
13 week promotion. The free:food prizes are
computed at $20.00 per week for the periods
Drawings will be held every Saturday at
your local IGA Food Store for the weekly priz-
es. Grand Prize drawing will be held at the
Higdon Grocery Company in Quincy, Florida
by a well known local personality at the con-
clusion of the promotion. Grand prize win-
ners names will be announced in all IGA Food
Store Advertising and also on radio and TV.
Nothing to buy, No jungles to write,
Come in and register. Visit your IGA
Store often, register each time you vis-
it. The more often you visit the more
chances you 'will have of winning the
weekly prize- and the GRAND PRIZE
FERNWOOD 3-bedroom home.
Everyone 18 years of age or older eligi-
ble except employees of IGA Food
Stores and the Higdon Grocery Com-
pany, and their immediate families.
'Everyone 18 years of age or older is invit-
ed to participate in the promotion. Simply vis-
it your local IGA Food Store and register. No
purchase is necessary. The oftener you visit
your IGA Store the more chances you have of
winning a weekly prize or one of the Grand
Prizes. It is possible to win more than one
weekly prize but you can win only one grand
Employees and their immediate families
of IGA Food Store and Higdon Grocery Com-
pany are not eligible for this promotion.
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TH STAR, Port St. Joe. Fl.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1962
Fortunately, unless double pneu-
monia sets in, most of us can win
the common cold war; But not
without a lot of misery, some-
times. That's where your Rexall
pharmacist comes in. After you see
your doctor, bring your prescrip-
tion to us. Proper medication can
help end many cold-miseries fast,
* and aid in preventing more serious
[YOUR ) PHARMACY I
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Abe.
Port St. Joe, Florida
INFORMATION FOR GARDENERS
Time To 4
By HERVEY SHARPE
Agricultural Extension Service
Plan now to prevent azalea flow-
er-spot. This beauty-killing fungus
can reduce a magnificent display
of blossoms into a slimy mush al-
The first sign. of the disease is
small water-soaked spots on the
flower petals, says Dr. Howard
Miller, pathologist with the Agri-
cultural Experiment Station. Then,
a day later, the blossoms collapse
into a mass of slime.
You can prevent the fungus from
ravaging your blossoms this spring
with a spray program of one-half
ounce of zineb in three gallons of
water. Begin the spray applications
when the early varieties begin to
show color. Repeat the zineb mist
applications three times a week
during the color season.
If you are thinking about buying
some camellias, now is the time to
select the varieties you want-while
they are in .bloom. To see the flow-
ers at their Sunday-best visit a
camellia show and make a list of
the varieties that strike your fan-
cy. Then it will be easier to make
Care for A2
up your mind on what to buy when
you visit the nursery.
Now is the time for planting or
transplanting. Here are a few
pointers to remember. There is a
definite relationship between trans-
planting and pruning roots and
tops-each should be done careful-
ly. The root system of any plant
should approximate the top in vol-
ume; therefore, the tops of plants
should be reduced in most cases.
Conifers are 'the exception-they
need not be pruned.
The bare-rooted .plants are hard-
est to make live when shifted to
a new location. Balled and burlap-
ped plants usually suffer very little
in the transplanting process and it
is almost impossible to have any-
thing 'but a green thumb if you
transplant a shrub from a pot or
'Regardless of the 'type of root
system you plant, ibe sure to settle
these underground -parts wih at
soaking good supply of water.
The planting schedule also in-
cludes roses. When planted In Jan-
DooryarTd etrua owwi g teh S
Inspect trees for red spiders, pur-
pie and six-spotted mites and oth-
gaf a Ber Insects during cool, dry wea-
zaleas other. For control, the standby rem-
edy is DN spray-one teaspoon to
a gallon of water. The clerk at
uary, rose bushes will not sprout the garden center may have a bet-
uary, rose bushes will not sprout
generally until after frost dangers Sulfur spray, four tablespoons
are past. Planted earlier, rose per gallon of water, will kill rust
spouts may get nipped during per- mites and give you clean, bright
iods' of low temperatures. fruit. However, if you believe that
Wpter newly planted roses at russett fruits are sweeter than
least once per week if rainfall is clean fruit, then delay the spray
short and be ready to spray or dust applications until you are sure that
to control black -spot disease as the fruits have the correct -amount
soon as the bushes sprout, of injury.
To control this fungus disease Italian Rye or other winter tem-
that shows up as black lesions on porary grasses planted six weeks
rose leaf margins, try one ounce or two months ago will need a lit-
of Captan -along with a few drops tle more fertilizer now to keep
of a wetting agent, in four gallons growing. Apply 10 to 15 pounds of
of water. Apply the spray at seven- fertilizer per 1,000 square feet of
day intervals when black spot is lawn.
present. If your chrysanthemums are
If you want gladioli for Easter through blooming, then cut the
or Mother's Day, plant them 'by the stalks 'at the ground level. If the
last of January. Plant groups of 'mums are crowded, it's a good
-corms every two weeks from now time to divide them and replant.
until warm weather and you'll Also, it the plants are stunted or
spread your flowering season of show other signs of disease, then
the tall-stemmed blossoms. Be sure replace them with new disease-free
to treat the corms before planting plants. Set 'the replacements in a
to prevent diseases. Treat corms new location that has not been set
by shaking them in -a paper bag to 'mums in the past couple of
containing Spergon. I years.
FOR HOME OWNERS
FIRST and SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS
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Reduce Yeur Paymemnt Ora Sy to Meet Payment
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.u Phone 229-2721
You Ae Cordially Invited To AtMend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
RV. J. C. 00, Petoer
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:40 am.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m,
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 1M Street
Air Conditioned -- Clntmily HeLted
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
GOVERNOR FARRIS BRYANT signs proclamation designt-
ting the month ot February as Roll Call month for the Florida
Nurses Association, as Mrs. Mabel Shepard, R.N., president
of FNA looks on. The proclamation was signed at Tallahasse
Memorial Hospital. Governor Bryant called for state-wide
recognition of the many contributions made by the nursing
profession to the welfare and security of the citizens of
WOOD FOR SALE
$7.50 per load
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.
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
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Miaister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .... 6:46 p.m.
EVEN in zero weather, a car in good
mechanical condition should start in
3 or 4 seconds.
If it doesn't, could be that your gasoline
isn't vaporizing fast enough. Winter can
have that effect on gasoline.
Shell scientists take care of this problem
by including an ingredient called Butane
in Super Shell's 9-ingredient formula.
Butane can hardly wait to vaporize. It
will even boil on ice and turn to vapor (see
picture above). Fast vaporization, fast
starts. It's that simple.
Note: in very cold weather, Super
Shell gets an extra dose of Butane.
Quick-starting Butane is only one of
Super Shell's cold-weather ingredients.
There are three in all. Read how the other
two can also help you when winter's doing
Pentane mix-for fast warm-ups
The Pentane mix in Super Shell's winter
blend helps speed the "warm-up" process
inside your engine. Pentane mix works
like kindling in a log fire. It ignites easily
-gets everything going faster.
"Anti-icer" fights icing stalls
The third cold-weather ingredient in
Super Shell's winter blend is an anti-icer.
* Its job is to fight carburetor icing. This
phenomenon can lead to sudden stalls
when you least expect them.
Shell's "anti-icer" coats vital carburetor
parts with a very thin chemical film. This
film discourages critical ice buildup and
cuts your chances of icing stalls.
How Super Shell's other ingredients
help you get top performance
Now you know about three of the nine
ingredients in today's Super Shell. Here's
how the others help to give your car top
TCP* additive helps restore the power
that combustion deposits can take away.
"Cat-cracked" gasoline is for smooth, even
power with a purr.
*Trademark for Shell's unique gasoline additive. OsGollne
containingTCP discovered by U.S.Patent 2889sa1.
Alkylate helps control "high-speed knock"
Gum preventive helps keep carburetors
Anti-knock mix gives extra resistance to
Platformate is for extra mileage.
P.S. When you drive in for a tankful of
Super Shell, ask your Shell dealer to
check your anti-freeze. It's a small precau-
tion, but it could save you a lot of trouble.
Butane boils and bubbles even though beaker is filled with ice cubes. It is rapidly turning into vapor--the way boiling water turns
into steam. Butane's ability to vaporize at low temperatures helps Super Shell gasoline give you quick starts in cold weather.
One of Super Shell's 9 ingredients can
boil on ice. Helps your car start fast for
top performance on coldest days.
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177 Pairs, medium and high heel
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SALE, PR. ......------........
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One -Hlf Price
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Flannel PAJAMAS & GOWNS
CAR COATS and One Special Group of
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s 5 to 10 Black, Blue and Pink M
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TtIXE -TAI. Port 8`1 joe. Fla THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1,-1982
Friends 'and -visiting Rebekahs from denton.
Lynn Haven, Panama City and We- She gave gifts to her installing
SRebekah Io ge N 22 nstCallS wahi'tchka. She gave thanks to her officers -and invited all present to
M.eIU'y 1bk a11 Lqdg' IWko. Z2 11 officers and members for a year the delightful buffet style dinner
Mrs. ssie Iweh As wNoble Gran whose range of generosity and that followed.
VrS. GSSIC UW lS HS INO IO Vr nu thoughltfnulness to others sends out Mrs, Mary Weeks led the closing
a radiance worthy of example. She prayer.
The Anm'r: an Legi.n ;, Rall was 12: was the recipient of several person-
the s: ene of the annual candlelight Mrs.. Lois Daniell, retiring Noble at gifts. She gave each retiring of-seated with Mrs
opel Installation Ceremony for. of- Grand, opened, hte meeting and ficer who 'served with her -a gift as Owens were: Mrs. Ruth McCorm-
ficers of Melody .Rebekah Lodge, welcomed the guests which includ- a gesture of appreciation for a job ick, Vice Giand; Mrs. Addie Good-
Nb 22 on Friday evening, January ed local Rebekah families and well 'done. son, Recording Secretary; Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Forehand ,presented Alene Hightower, Financial Secre-
Mrs. Daniell the Past Noble Grand's *tary; Mrs. Mary Weeks, Treasurer.
J ewel and she -thus was officially Selective officers 'are as follows:
-- designated a member of the Past Mrs. Merl' Weeks, Chaplain; Mrs.
i Noble Grand's Clitb. Rena Tynes, Conductor; Mrs. H-a-
Mrs. Daniell and her officers sur- zel Sims, Warden; Mrs. Marie
I a rendered their chairs to Mrs. Jessie Wynn, Musician; Mrs. Jeannette
Sy 'Hilton, District Deputy President of Lee, Color Bearer; Mrs.- Flora
.. .. .- ^ \ .District Two and her installing Long, Right Support to Noble
staff which included: Mrs. Pastelle Grand; Mrs. Elsie Griffin, Left Sup-
SAllen, Mrs. Flora Long, Mrs. iLu- port to the Noble Grand; Mrs. Vir-
cille Williams, Mrs. Stella Chest- ginia Smilth, Right Support to the
Cm nut, Mrs. Iva Mae Lloyd and Mrs. Vice Grand; Mrs. Lessie V. Byrd,
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Loisr Daniell. Left Support to Vice Grand; Mrs.
Mrs. Jessie Owens, who emboides Mary .Forehand, Chaplain; Mrs.
the friendly personality of the Anna Adams, Altar Bearer and
Lodge itself was seated 'as Noble Mrs. Lucille Williams 'and Mrs.
Grand amid 'an artistic and color- Flarazelle Connell, Past Noble
ful setting of -candlelight, beauti- Grands.
ful flower arrangements and the
clicking of cameras. Overstreet Methodist Church
The ,gifts and warm wishes of Shows Big Attendance Hike
-friends, relatives and fellow Rebek- -
ah's was most heart-warming. Vicki "Where is this Overstreet?",
Charlene McGill was charming as This question (and answer) pos-
her grandmother'.s page pinning ed by the Rev. W. B. Atkinson, dis-
carnation corsages on the incoming trict superintendent of the Marian-
officers and a handsome orchid on na District of Methodist Churches
Mrs. Owens, a gift -to her from her may be one asked by many persons
sister, Mrs. T. D. Perry of Braden- in the Panhandle area.
ton. Rev. Atkinson answers the ques-
Mrs. Ruth McCormick, Mrs. Flora tion iby pointing out that the small
Long, Mrs. Elsie Griffin, Mrs. Reva town of Overstreet, located in *he
Tynes and Mrs. Mary Weeks repre- Pouthwest ledge of Gulf County,
senting Melody, gave the new No- boosted its Methodist Church at-
ble Grand- a fitting cuortesy in tendance 'by 1,425 per cent.
verse and an arm ;bouquet of tea The district superintendent cited
roses. She was the recipient of the Rev. Charles M. Parker, of Mex-
many personal gifts. ico Beach, pastor of the Overstreet
Her 'acceptance speech was a Church for "furnishing inspiration"
gracious note of .thanks to those for the churches. The church, with
who had done so much to make her a membership of eight had an at-
walk in beauty on this evening of tendance of 114 last Sunday, ac-
inspiration. She presented her hus-. cording to the report.
band, Andy Ownes, her granddaugh-1 .Other totals of percentages in at-
ter, Vicki McGill and her three sis-: tendance in this -area during the
ters: Mrs. Freta Carr, .St. Peters- membership drive are:
burg; Mrs. Buneece Knight, Sara-i Wewahitchka, 125; Honeyville,
* sota. and Mrs. Wilma Perry, Bra- 161 and Port St. Joe, 119.
MISS' BETTY ANN DANIELL
Will Attend Girl
Miss Betty Ann 'Daniell of Win-'
-chester, Tenn., smiles in anticipa-
tion .as she read letters informing
her -of her selection by Volunteer
Girl Scout Council to attend the
Senior Scout Roundup this year at
Button Bay State Park, Vermont.
Betty Ann is the 'daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Daniell of Winches-
ter and the granddaughter if Mrs.
J. F. Daniell, 216 9th Street, Port
Vet Service Officer
To Visit Here
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Jim Weant,. Assist-
ant State Service. Officer.
Weant will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes as-
sistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
During his visit in this area
Weant may be contacted at the
Port St. Joe City Hall from 8:00
to 9:00 A.M., EST, on February
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Minutes of the
January 23, 1962
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, met
4jthis date in regular session with
the following members present:
E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Leo
Kennedy, Neva Corxton, and James
G. Greer. The Clerk, Sheirtf, Attor-
ney and Road Superintendent.
The meeting came to order at
The Clerk opened thi-meeting
Mr. W. C. Forehand appeared be-
fore the Board and requested the
County to construct a thirty foot
road running from old U. S. 98 in
Highland View for 200 feet. After
discussion, the Chairman announc-
ed that the Commissioners will in-
vestigate these requests before a
decision be made.
The Board idscussed the possi-!
.bility of securing the services of
Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, M.D., as
Director of the Gulf County Health
The Honorable Parris Bryant,
Governor of the state of Florida,
by letter urged the County Com-
missioners and all elected officials
to take the "Personal Survival in
The Board discussed 'a Civil De-I
fense plan to employ a Deputy Di-
rector for Gulf County. The Direct-
or was instructed to make further
investigation into this matter.
Commissioner Kennedy 'discussed
the County adopting a form to be
executed by each person receiving
indigent funds from the County;
the form 'o be executed each three;
month and returned ot the County,
Commissioner in his District; the
Commissioner will then make his
recommendations to the Board be-
fore the payment is continued. Af-
ter discussion, there was a motion
by Commissioner Kennedy, second-
ed by Commissioner Croxton and
duly carried that this form be put;
into effect next month.
The Clerk was directed to dis-
continue indigent payments to
The Board entered into discus-
sion with reference to the Road and
Bridge Fund. After much discus-
sion, the Board instructed the Road
Superintendent to hold his expendi-
tures to a very minimum for the
balance of the year.
The Chairman urged all Commis-
sioners and other County Officials
to attend the Bob Sikes Day and
the public hearing on the Gulf Coun-
ty Canal to be held in Port St. Joe
on February 7, 1962.
The Board approved a funeral
bill for Marie L. Brizill in the
amount of $75.00.
There being no further business,
the meeting did then adjourn.
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
WITNESSES ATTEND BIBLE
Jehovah's Witnesses of, Gulf and
Franklin Counties have returned
from their three day Bible study
convention held in Obark, Alabama
during the week end. Ten new wit-
ness ministers w ere baptized.
Among those taking their dedica-
tion vows were Mr. and Mrs. John
Vathis of Apalachicola.
Circuit Minister J. L. Lisle ad-
dressed the convention and is sche-
duled to visit Port St. Joe in mid-
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to express our
deepest heartfelt thanks and ap-
preciation to our many friends and
neighbors for the gifts of money,
furniture, clothing and household
items .as the result of our recent
fire. May the Lord bless each and
every one abundantly.
GLYNN KNIGHT and Family
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SALTINES lb. box 27c
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SCOTTISSUE 2 rolls 27c
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BEEF FRONTS Ib. 43c ARM CHUCK lb. 45c
TH]-T AR, Pof t. oe, THIURSAY, FEBRUARY 1, 96 jiiie by i jns..In the lBA gaf&'iSubstitute, Bol ,f1lzey.
.. '... .the Custoni men never *6t gOling' Cairps: color, lue; W. E.' T1iirs'
.. and were behind for the whole 10, bay, Kenny Avant, Charles Gibson,
W'B O W t I 7 I frames. Frank Tumrer had a real' George Boyer, Chesley Fe-som and
S" ... r bad night with only .a 405 series. substitute, Mike White.
Ward had a 506 and Galvan a 514. : Frank and Dot's: color, green;
Big "Sarge" had a little trouble this Paul Robbins, Carl Zimmerman,
S. 17 night and only hit. a 462 missing -Courtney Martin, Clifford Wimberly
... .his average by 15 pins. and Allen Richardson.
STANDINGS The teams took -to the lanes for
S" Team W L Pct. ,the 'third week wih SO me of-thlie'
S- ..... .. Woolford's 56 16 .778 boys getting- so'-e good spares.
By BOB KERtRIGA fifth week in.-a row he has hit over Pat's Wonder Bar 43% 28% .604 ourtnrey Martin picked up a 6-7410'
Monday, January29on 41dys one 534 -and -raised his average rom Leven's Custom 38 34 .,528--splii; while- Chesley Fensom got a'
Stone's Bar 33 39 .458 5-7 split.
'and two,'"the hard lck -P"idgeon's 162 'to'168 :with 42 games in five ate's Shell 33 39 .458 Then there werethe
Agency team took oni tht second weeks. This boy Is rough if you Pridge-o Agcy. 31% 40 .438 didn't'get their splits.-Joe Whaley'
.lace Pat's Wonder Bar men. don't think so try bowling him in Pylant's 30 42 .417 had three in ai-row, and -George
. Waring Murdock hit th 4maplfes matched games. Phillip's "66" 23 49 .319 Boyer- had-six in one- game. Those .
f or a 527 and Bobby Nedley and I 4 .splits are -murder!
Jimmy Costin hit. the famed 500 .On alleys five and six, Pate's Next week on alleys one and two, In -the standings, WJOE moved
club, first time for Jimmy and sec- Shell. Service handed the Phillip's Pylant's will take on Pate's Shell from fourth'plac'e' to tie Flori
ond, for Bobby. Both boys h;id a '.'66" men a beating for. the full four Wool Bankor se d.Carps, whohad
,505. Zimmerman rolled over his points. Phillip's, with only three Service. On three andfour, Wool- bee in the celarpsfor two weeks,
average with a 460, -but what hliap- men spotted Pate's 38 pins per ford's will try to climb all over. betn in the cellar -fr twoweeks,
openedd to Pridgeon, ..607 last week game .and lost two of the three Pat's Wonder Bar.. Onfive ad Dots to sixth place, moving Frank
and .454 this week. Better drop thi scatc Lee Taylor missed the Leven Custom Shop will try and DJoe Whaley too th. highestsi
item.' first game, butthad a 153 and a get going again meeting th-e hot 'JoeWhaley 'took*the 'highest sin-
item. ..t ganee, but had a 153 and a. gle game for this Saturday with
Now if big "Ski" Grabowski had 165, with good first game he' may Pridgeon Agencyteam. On seven -gle 191ame for' this Saturdayhe next
.a little help with his 476, maybe have. hit 500. and eight, Stone's, riding high atf r a '191. Fnk.Scott was the nex....
Pat's could have saved the day but I Hart was high with 38S for Phil- four points tonight, will1 meet the high with a 178.
the help..was not forthcoming as .lips. Luie Holland, a 113 average Phillip's "66" team. STANDINGS L
the big.guns ('and we will not name bowler, had games of 132, 125 and Team W L Pct.1 916
the .parties again this. week) rolled 140 for 397.6Bill.Tew had a 425 and C ark L pBoyles .11 1 916
only a 428 and an anchor 6f only Grover Holland had 'a 460 for the h ihk L Gu Florida Bank 7 5 .583
a- 471. Boy what a heavy anchor. winners. WJOE 7 5 .5416
Maybe the writer's last week re-I We 'are going to have to get Don By GEORGE BOYER Ned s "5 7 .416
... .- W C arp 's 4 8 .333 1-
-mark about .the girls helping cut Sickman ,to go -to a four step ap- The Sharks Bowling League Frank andDot's 2 10 166
-was not as crazy as it sounded at proach .so he can get some higher bowled January 27 under their new .
the time. Needless to say but if scores;. Ask Lee Taylor, lhe will team names. The six teams were
Frank Gonzalez had not rolled the tell you the difference it makes, bowling as teams One, Two, Three, J d stri ILeagueR
.201 in the second game, Pridgeon's 4"" etc, But- now the six tea@as,- five "U te,
\would have had a clean sweep. As O.n alleys sexen and eight, Lev- -players to a team, sponsore4 by .
it was they only took three points, ens Customa Shop, hot after the the Port St.- Joe.Jaycees will -bowl 3' y JAKE KOLLER'
but 'they climbed into sixth place. first place Woolford team, attempts with a team name of local business- "Look but for 'old yeller' was
S* 4 1ed to hold the .service men in check. se. the theme 'of our league last week.,
On alleys three and four; Stone's Bill Galvaif rolled a'197 in the first I The boys on the teams will each 'Old yeller' being :the Vitro -team
Bar met the Pylant's men and as. game but Adams and Kerrigga ha.14- be wearing 'a colored shirt with which is making -a strong tcome-.
*both teams were short-handed, only 174 and 177 to take it. 'their i~-me and. the sponsors name back for this second half. Vitro
four men, it should have. been an In the second Ward had a 199 but ( on them, 'togk a complete set from St.. Joe
even match, but S'tones gave Py- got:-little help and -Huffman rolled The teams inow are; M..'ora7 ar-d idp't even 'blink an
lant's 35 pins per game and then a 224 to take that one for Wool-1 -Boyles: color, purple; Jerry i eye. Each gamewas close but Vitro
slapped them down all -three games' ford, In the third game, Gay had j'Wynn, Herbert Gardner, Frank I ended up 'on 'top .of the pile each
for four points, dropping Pylant's a 1,81 and 'Hutfmfpana,193 and it Scott,- Charles Zimmerman -and time. "Big .Ski" Grabowski paced
to seventh place in the standings., was' all over then r the custom j Philip I-ey. .the Techs.4from.,the Cape with.486
White was high man for Pylant's Shop as the big W'jolford 'team Florida Bai1: color, brown; Rob- followed closely by Bob Shaw with .
With. a 406, the only 400 series roll, rolled-over 'them for 'four points. eIrt Marlowe, Jimmy Barcns, Bob 47,. WhitehurP t was ihgh for the
.ed. McClain and Shaw could have In the;_ second game,! at the end Craig, Wally Dodson and Chris Ford team, followed. by Bo 'Bray
helped .this night. Brown.pushed.ina of the eiJgtl fra.e. Wuolford was Gaskii. .id Pyle who just had fair nights,
'a 462 an'd Pat Kelly, aft'r a bid i seven marks,.down. From that point IWJOE: color, navy bhie; David "Ed ullis had his worst night aft-
'first game rolled a 493 series. But ion 'the Castom men seemed to wat -Roche, Norton Kilbourne, Nelson ter so many good weeks in a row
;little Ray Ml-d In ham mered in 'a and.Wooliord 1ook advantage of 'Hal, Joe l Whdley 'and Lariry Da-vis. and was la i T.ulli just needs a
203, came back ,witl-xa1;23. .aal .fio- thsu- :tnl roilted .12 marks inp PI Nedley's: color, red; Rodney ert-' little practice 'to ie.a pretty good
ished with a 169"f, or. 594 an third nanth andi tentti .frames to four ripng, e. .zett" Billy Versiga, ,b6wl'er, "How about it, Ed ?
high for the se.son. This IS the nmrk's for Custonl. winning ine Lloyd Gardner' and Sonny ,Eells. : 4 4.
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Best Cut SIRLOINS Ilb. 79c
Ground Round .be 69c
OYSTERS full pt. 79 C
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BEEF 3 lbs.
RIVER & LITES
Pork BRAINS lb. 2
;L *ook At This Bargain .
FRESH FLORIDA EACH WEEK Pt.
VINE RIPE EXTRA FANCY LB.
T 'fllato's 19c
TOMATOES baske)2 Sc
U. S. NO. 1 IRISH
b. I LB.
REDUCED TO SELL LARGE
DINNER PLATES each 10c
CEREAL BOWLS each 5c
TURNIP ROOTS lb. 10c
CARROTS cello bag 10c
RADISHES cello bag 5c
FRESH CELERY stalk TOc
BELL PEPPER and CUKES 4 for 19c
GREEN SPRING ONIONS bch.TO.
1S~PBlllefira*~T~FkB~-~tt~p~.l---~,-p~rl ~P~ tl 1 10
~--C~qr~F~ul, LII~I)-- ~s~ra~s~-~Slrurl.c~h;i~(r ~IL~Pi~g~F I -
Philco kept their r.orria. fitce dall were so 'hot they lef hbtu ;iP the team put games of 901, 815
moving by sweeping all four from marks on the approach:,. Three :nd 799 together for' a very fine
3JPC office. The Techs froni. Tyn- men broke the "500 b".c'kt and (Continued On Page 6)
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YOUZl FINDI i Ir I HE
FOR RENT; Unfurnished 'two bpd- iicmeon 9th St. CecilG. Costin, Jr.
room apartment. 617 Woodward
Ave. $45.00 per month. Call or write FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4-bedrm.
Gnou Halley, 2108 Croydon Dr., Tel- house, 3 baths, living room, din-
lahassee, Office phone 222-0550, wt. ing room, kitchen, .breakfast room,
$40, home phone, 385-3129. tte utility room, Tenetial,,blinds, fire-
place, gas heat. Near grammtr
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom school. $75.00 mo. Call Mrs. James
furnished first floor apartment. Perritt, Phone 227-8581. t-fc-1-11
th.apdPalim Bl.vd.d*.Pone 227-441 .....
or 22.7-461. tfc-11- 0 FOR RENT: Small furnished ap
artment. For information call
P&FORRENT or SALE:; 2 bedroom 227-2565. tfc-1-11
house. Central heating, hardwood
f loors. 81 MarTin Ave. Phone 227- FOR RENT: 2 2-bedroom houses
*321. itp-1-4 -St. Joe Beach, furnished. 2-bed-
room apartment, furnished, 9th St.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished 2-bedroom apartment, unfurnished,
house on Palm Blvd. $70 per mo. 9th St. 2 one-bedroom houses, fur-
Phone 227-5261. Geo. Wimberly. tf nished, 9th St. Smith's Pharmacy.
FOR RENT: Duplex apartment at FOR RENT: Exceptionally nice 2
14th and Palm. Also 2 bedroom bedroom apartment. Upstairs.
TO EVERY PRESCRIPTION
WE ADD .
Bring your prescrip- I 1
tons to us-you can de-
pend on our pharmacists
for the finest In corn
We are as Interested as your doctor is In keeping
you in good health so next time he prescribes, bring
his order to us.
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
Two Parking Spaces Reserved for our Prescription Customers
at our Back Door.
Drive-In -Window At Rear of Our Store
"POOR WHITE TRASH
CUSTOM REFRIGERATOR Model CR316
15 cu. ft. net capacity. Full-width 84% lb. freezer
chest. Adjustable "Freez-Mart" stores additional
16% lbs. frozen foods. 3, removable shelves. 3-"pan- :-
try 41doo6 she1es. 2 'egg trays. Butter and cheese
bins. 4 ice cube trays. Twin crispers. Thinwall
fiberglas insulation. Porcelain interior food liner.
Interior light. 5 colors-. Riq 4'" h w 9 ." A
Hurlbut Furniture & Appliance Co.
Phone 227-8731 310 Reid Ave.
..-..ne .74 t77.3-1 PSIntePost, Holiness night so far, rolling 382. 'next 'two but had tc settle tfor a WAX 1 TAL. Port *t. Jo*. ia
O-RN T2 d. o u-u Is el 01 ... split when Coast Guard took total THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1962
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom- unfurnish- In Ynouth Revival ''Costin's made a strong threat for pins, 2149 to 2124.
Located hirdSt. Ph .e 27. the .top by making three points from Hot rod Gensen with 444 and Mir Q e P,....
8642. tic--18 Pentecostal Holiness Florida National Bank. The 'Cash- Peanut McCroan.with -443 wVre Mira' Gives- PrOgram
84 -. .... The Pentecostal Holiness Church
' FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bedroom announces special youth revival in ers" took the first game but then the big guns.for Maintenance while *
S upstairs apartment. Available af- connection wit'their observance of were never close to the "Sweepers". MqKenzie rolled a 423 and Gilligan On tary Magazie
ter -February 1. Phone 227-5756. National Youth Week January 28 The difference was that Ashley with a 425 were high for Coast -a
ter-February. 1'. Phone 227-5756. National. You Week January 28 Costin rolled his high game this Gufird. Rotarian Joe Mira gave the pro
FOR RENT:- 41bdroom-house, fur- through February 4.
nished ,on bluff at Beacon Hill- Rev Joel r- year of 45. All I can say about :. gram to the Rotary Club last Thu r--I
also house trailer. Phone 648-423 8.- --, pastor Costins big guns is that they were On alleys seven and eight, the day using the "Rotary MaAzine"
hos ralr8 vie P.entecostal Holiness uIn "B-B's"' instead of bowling always hot Ray Medlin led the Glid- as his subject. Mira is Rotar. mag-
SFLong AvRENT: 2 bedroom house at Evargelist Havigr been CAla.,istihe balls to knock the pins down. Kol- den team past ,the Paper Mill three azine chairman of the club
Long Ave.-bedroom house 'at ,Evangelist. Having been Clirstian
Beach. C. W. Long. Phone 227-4686 *I ler, Pridgeon and Murdock failed points to one. Reliable Ray had a The' Rotariaan is published by
es are furnished. tfc-2-1nEducation Director 'of the Alabama,",,,,.
oth houses are furnished, tfc-2-1 n fthePen to hit their average -and that hurt. 205; ,'187 'and 182 for a total of 574. Rotary International and sent to
- FOR SALE: 1961 Volkswagon de-ness Church for three years andTed Cannon and Bob Kerrigan This was high individ-ual series fur each member of Rotary. The inaga-
1 luxe sedan with radio, heater, having conducted summeryar th were the only ones to better their the' night. Dewey Patterson -was zine is 51 years old-aged for a
Stailer 'hite-t anid other extras. Icam e i er average on the Bank's team: next tor Glidden with a 491. High continuous magazine publication-
, $1495. Leo G. Birgenheier, Box 205 ps, he isa qualified leader and forthe paper mill was Tom Thorn- of today The magazine .rt o
Port St. Joe. Phone 648-4461. Itp evangelist for the youth revival. t e i T T of today. The magazine -purn, on
o Rev. McGraw attended Birmingham Michigan Chemical and Floyd ton with 'a 491. Rookie Andy Jor. various subjects from building a
NO CLOSING COSTS: Only $300 er Chevrolet postponed their mach dan had a fine 482. dam Free China toways f s-
ed house. Hardwood floors, wired College and Howard College. because of Michigan Chemical hav- The Michigan Chemical, Box ing psychology in hiring employees
for air conditioner and electric W. M. Johnson is chairman of the ing to work. Plant matches had to be postponed to how'a grandfather climbs .ioun-
stove. Corner lot, 302 16th St. $8,- board and Jim Gosnell is Sunday due to the Michigan boys having tains for exercise. Unlike most civ-
500. $57.21monthly.1 PWrite or call The standings are as follows: to work late. ,ic. club magazines, the Rotarian is
Tallahassee, Phone 885-1015. tfc-l-18 Week. Other board members and Team W L '4 4 published for varied information
Committee chairmen are: WesleyPhilco 23 9 Finally, it would 'appear that and does not ,deal solely with the
FOR SALE kins, Jerry Howell, erry Wy., ostin's 9 7 someone had :better stay close to workings of the organization.-
1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico Mrs. Jean Mclamma, Miss Peggy Vitro 9 7 the gate or the Vitro horse is.go- The Rotarian carries articles by
Beach on waterfront. 100x143 Mslot. J... ..n M. s Pg Florida Bank 9 7 ing to leave the remainder of the such authors as Jacob Mallk,Lu.
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath. ewSJPC Office 6. 6 league behind.ther Hdges and Jacques Monet,
Priced at only $10.97 c5.. r ve isHower o the rh St Joe Motor 6 10 Good bowling Vitro, Glidden and and others. The magazine is sent
port nd utty room, on Math, cari cateispastor of a t 20th Street and chuGarrison Michigan Chemical 1 7 Coast Guard. Better luck next time free to most school libraries for
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and Floyd Chevrolet 1 11 Pulp Mill, Paper Mill and Mainten- research material that is ,uonained
assume balance of $8,461.56 pay- Aven This week's matches are as fol. ance. inits pages
able at $70.00 per month. j Services begin at 7:45 p.m. each s: inGuestsof the club Thursday ere
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for night through Sunday. lows:------ Guests of the club Thursday ere
fish cemps and retirement homes. __ Costin's vs. Michigan Chemical, Larry Davis -and Sue Durant from
Terms arranged to suit you. alleys one and wo. CLASSIFIED ADS the Port St. Joe High School: Wal-
5. Lots to real* at St. Joe Beach. LS, Florida National Bank vs Floyd ,CLA IE, A S lace Laird, Panama City; W`e R.
L block from water. Reasonable Chevrolet, alleys three and four. g lm seC Wito Seivers, Tampa and Bill Midriakey
8. 106 acres at B a Hill. Good --- SJPC Office vs. St. Joe Motor, Gifant Returrn of Jacksonville.
lavestment opportualty. (Continued From Page 1) alleys five and six.
1. 330 acres at woodland, six and Randy. Weston pushed in 14 and Philco vs. Vitro, alleys 'seven and ,
miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap- 10 points, respectively to pace the
proxtmate* 900 acres planted In Shark -scoring, eight. '
1-year old pe ees. hark oring.h risto 5cand 10cSTOR
ler constructlva on Cypress Ae- harks328 Reid Avenue
aue. $500 down, payments, approxi- Boyer 1 2 4 Peel 1 0 2 Industrial League
maetely $30.00 per month. FKA. Kennedy 3 2 8 Moulder 1 2 4
9. Four lets on Marvin Ave. $650 Ray 8 0 16 Schwarz 2 0 4
T M PRIDGON Chason 5 2 12 Messick 0 0 0 STANDINGS WATCH CHRISTO'S FOR WEEKLY
Reg. Real Estate Broker Griner 2 0 4 Batyski 07 7 Team W L C A A
C. W. Long, Salesman Ken'ton 1 1 3 1 Hodges 2 2 6 Vitro .50%2 21% S P E C I A L.
Phone 227-7741 301 Williams Ave. Ruckman 1 0 2 Sti:cher 1 0 2 Paper Mill 43% 28% A
Po *.LS: 2 m-a ke...m 1w Barbee 0 2 2 Masters 1 2 4 Pulp Mill 41 31 FOLD-A-W AY SERVING TRAYS
Lag Aie. Qwragf atd utility Brock 2 0 4 Maintenance 37 35
reom. all Grady Player, 127-684.
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
2 bedroom brick home, 1011 Lo g
Aye. Alo two stey, two bedroom
stucco home, 1601 Long Ave. Phoas,
64S-4181, J. A. Mira.
Three bedroOm house with breeze-
way, garage and oak floors. On, 90
x 165 ft. lot 'on Garrison Ave. To
sell for only .$J0 down plus closing
cost. Balance on FHA loan.
1d%'the.' e,* tdotn.h6use ln good
section of Oak Grove. Priced for
quick sale at $5,.o00.
Have an 'old house on Seventh
Street located on two very nice
lots. Can sell for only $5,000. The
lots alone are worth half the price.
Two bedroom house with 150 ft.
well in White City. Can sell for
small down payment and balance
Registered Reel Estate Broker
M1 Reid Ave. Ph., 227-4491
LOTS FOR SALE: X Oak] Grove.;
$2.00 down, $25.00 per mo. Phone
227-2201 or contact Tomlinson Ab-
stract Co. stc-14
FOR SALE: 1959 Cabin cruiser, 32
hp motor -and trailer, $400. 1955
Pontiac Starchief hardtop, $495.
1952 Buick Special, 4-door, $95. See
at 1317 Long Ave. Phone 227-4871.
SANDBLASTING and PAINTING:
Boat trailers, refrigerators, 'etc.
See Warren Whitfield, phine 227-
3983, 106 Bayview Dr., Highland
ATTENTION MAN OR WOMAN:
Serve consumers with Rawleigh
products in Gulf Co. Must have de-
*ire 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,
FILE YOUR INCOME TAJ returns
early. You may be due a refund.
Prompt and efficient. INCOME TAX
SERVICE, 1017 Long Avenue,.
MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe-
ther planning to move across
town or .across the nation, you may
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe
22 18 15 16-71
9 5 10 9-33
Next Tuesday night, the Sharks'
will meet Wewahitchka High
School in Wewahitchka. The pre-
liminary game will start at 7:30
with the varsity gprme gettli
Ufldr ay at B it .nr., Port '.
The Sharks are idle Fri-day. ight
of this week. Next week the Shark's
will play host to the Quincy Tigers
on Friday night.
(Continued From Page 5)
2515 series, Darling led With 561,
followed by Richan and Melton.
with 533 and 529.
For" the office 'boys, Lee Taylor
was the only one to break 400 with
a 401. Harry Tison had his best
Worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Services Statiit, Aubrey it. Tomlin
mO., Plae 7-Tfl.
,R. A. M.-Regular convocation ot
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4tk Mondays. All visit
lo brothers welcome.
Joha H. Dickey, High Priese
Joel L*v'tt, Becretary
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I, 0
0. P.-Meats second and fourth
Thuredays, 8:00 p.m. ia American
Legion Hail All members urged toI
Noble Grand: Bnmmett Daniel]
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house wILbh
den, separate dining room, cen-
ea*l heating, carpet and new. bitads
-inl.ded. lArge tree shaded cor-
ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone
be sure that your ,most priceless I T COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
belongings are in experienced and GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
capable hands. We represent May- IN PROBATE.
flower, nationwide movers. Call us m RE: Estate of
LELA MAE FOWLER,
for -f r e e estimates. SURPLUS deceased.,
SALES.of -ST. JOE,.111 Monument NOTICE TO CREDITORS -
Ave Phone 227-4051. gl-8 A icreditora of the e arne .)t I.el. Mte
Fowler, deceased, a-e hs r,-fb u:tifie-J anii
WANTED: Lady to live in, do light required to file any claims or demands which
WANTED: Lady to live in, do light they may have against said estate 'in the
housekeeping and care for elder- office of Sam P. Husband,' County Judge,
ly couple. Phone 227-5731 between Gulf County, Florida, at the Courthouse at
SWewahitchka, Florida, within six (68) cal-
7 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. ltp dar months from the date of the first pub-
lication of this notice. Each claim or de-
ADD to the FAMILY INCOME mand must be in writing and must state
ONLY a few hours daily. Start the residence and post office address of the
our own business now. We train claimant, and must be sworn to by the clai-
your own business now. We train mant, his agent or attorney, or it will be-
you 'to become an Avon Represen- come void according to law.
tative. Write AVON, Box 3103, Dated this 10th day of January, A. D.,
MSS, Tallahassee, Fla. 1962 // VERA LEE WASHINGTON
Executrix of the Will of
INCOME TAX SERVICE: Call 648- Lela Mae Fowler, deceased.
4436 after 5:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. OECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
Attorney for Executrix r 4t
Chuck Gibson. ltp-1-4 First Publication on: January 18, 1962.
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, Sec
All Master Masons cordially Invited
BPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Grifin, Phone 7-7011 for
-tvk Xpert ae~n*o. tU
W .LLIS V. RQWAN, POST 116,
| TMH AMS KIAN -LEGION, Meet-
,In -Icatgad a ird -Tuesday
afitbt, 3:00 v.m. Amerlomn Legion
-AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
owner. GIt your a1wan as let me-
Real Estate Opportunity
CAN YOU SELL?
Strout Realty seeks area represen-
tatives in White City, Beacon Hill,
Overstreet, West Bay, Springfield,
Mexico Beach, Carrabelle. Money-
maker for the man who can sell.
Strong training, guidance and sup-
port. Company furnishes ALL ad-
vertising, signs, forms, supplies.
Hundreds of live prospect leads
each month. Nationwide advertis-
ing brings Buyers from everywhere.
You must have: initiative, excellent
character (bondable), sales ability,
financially responsible. Opportun-
ity!-with the World's Largest real
STROUT REALTY, Inc.
N. K. Davis, State Manager
P. 0. Box 601
1-18 Palatka, Floirla 4tce
Glidden 3.6% 35%2
*Michigan Chemical 26 42
*Bp:o Plant 24% 43%
Coast Guard 24 48
, (*) Tuesday's 'matches between
these two *teams .were. postponed
until later,-. ,
'On alleys one and two, the white
hot Vitro teamn showed the Pulp
Mill team why they- are in first
The Pulp Mill team was com-
pletely outclassed as Vitro, rolled
games of 812, ,881 'and 789 for to-
tal pin honors of .2482. :Adkison
witl 547, Serge Zelichowski with
a 569' and Billy *Richards with 508.,
were high for Vitro.
Lamar Moore with a 480 and a
somewhat cool Joe Davis with a
451 were high for the Pulp Mill'.
On alleys five and six, the C'oast
Guard and Maintenance locked up
in some good matches. The Coast
Guard, with a 729, 'took the first
game, while Maintenance 'took the
Rubber Tip Legs
CAST IRON SKILLETS
1 6-Inch SKILLET
1 7-Inch SKILLET -
1 10Inch SKILLET
2-Piece BAT MAT SET
With Lid Cover
for this weekend
': T'7 IS l
Reg. 60c Dozen
now 55c dozen
Al Kinds COOKIES
only 39c dozen
Reg. 49e Dozen
now 39c Dozen
All Kinds of
BREAD and ROLLS
-- Special Items Baked To Order -
EVERYTHING BAKED FRESH DAILY IN OUR OWN KITCHEN
Hot Doughnuts All Day Friday and Saturday
Haney Bro. Bakery
318 REID AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
- 4 --*1-ous -
We Have Some Nice
Pecan Pear Persimmon Trees
ROSE BUSHES PALMS PFITZERS
ARBORVITAE VIBURNUM LIGUSTRUM
See Our African Violets
REMEMBER ... It Costs Nothing To Look or Call
VITTUM' S NURSERY
Port St. Joe, Florida Phone 227-3046