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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: February 8, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Portf.O' "e AIa/achicola-Chatfahoocde aiaHey'"


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MONRY TAKA-.Lat'l keep
It where we ian speak with It
on, In a while-Trade 'with
your home tbwn merchalital
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TWENTYAFIFTH YEAR -


ITHUnRSDY, FEBUARY 8, ij6


NUMBER 19


co y A o nces Army



euver' Sldt For Gulf


The Gulf County .Bo ropof ComEuissioners announced
-this- week that-uhey havybectI sueiegsful-i i an -atteinpt td
persuade the United States- ArfyAi:to hold maneuvers in
Gulf -County this spring. The maneuvers will -be held by
the United States Army Transportation Terminal Command
and the United States Corps of Engineers in the vicinity of,
.t. Joseph's Point..- -


.I.; Culminating several months ne-
'gotiations wlth the Corps of Engfn-
eers" word was receivedd. late last
-week that the exercises would, be
held -nh the i.Pont'd.nring Apill' and
XMay of this year. In order to facili-
.tate:'th'e operations, the -St. 'Joe Pa-
3per Company has given the use'o'f
.their land and facilities in conduct-
i-ng a part of the maneuvers, allow-
ing 'the use of -their docking facili-'
ties at the.Pap.er Company. WV. R.
Tapper has offered the. use ;of his
facilities at the City Docks. Coop-
eration in 'thel venture was also giv-
:a ~by the Port St. Joe Chamber of
Commerce and ,the City -Commis-
siq. of Port S-.t-Joe, ..
According to the announcement
theiV will be -a minimum of 12011
men;"for a part of the maneuvers
and .a maximum of 2700. Many of
the supplies will .be purchased lo-
cally. Many of the -officers-9nd men
will rent cottages and motels along-
'the beach from St. Joe. BeachI to
Mexico Beach"and lf"i s estimated
that, approximately a quarter of a
million dollars, will be spent in the
Gulf County area duriaig hese nma-
;neuvers by those taking-part. '
During -the -maneuvera a visitors
day is planned, at which time visi-
'tors will be invited to observe the-
operations as they are conducted.-

Register to Vote Drive

Scheduled By Jaycees


Sharks To Enter NWFC

Tourney Next Week

Port .St. Joe's basketball Sharks
wil enter tournament play In the
Northwest l"lorida Conference eon-
test next Thursday when they *ill
go up against second-seeded Mar-
ian~a. The Sharks will take to the
court at 7:00 p.m. The night-cap
game Will be at 8:30 p.m..with Ma-
lone going against Milton. :
The tournament this year will-be
held in- Quincy with the vtourna-
ment's opening :game being held
neit Wednesday night at 8:00 'p.m.
Only bn, gained will ber played on
Ibis night, with. Chipley .going
against Walton High. On Thursday
nighb."it' Port-.St. Joe against
Marianna and Malo.ne against Mnil-
ton,.
b The ise i-finals will be played on
Friday night and the finals Satur-
day.
Admission to all games, Will be
50i 'Tr students an 1.00 for
aduts.
"Referee will be Waltre Dye, Bg-I
lin Field and Pete Everette of Tal-
lahassee.
Host team Quincy bas. been seed-
ed number one in the tournament,
with Mairiapma-seeded second, Ma-
lone, tbjr-d and Chipley, fourth.
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A _bouse-tohoues; person-to.per-'-ichigan -Chemiga Names
son csampalg to reg&ersli ,rolCJOn Mnagr
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Junior Chamber T 0 Conaerce mem- Miobigan Chemical Corporation
beis usiig 'eveiy practical means announces the appointment of
to ;pla6e -a Ames on voter lists. ., John A. Holderried as Product Man-
The. Jaycees, will man sidewalk iager, Industrial Chemical Sales.
registrarion booths, canvass cities A .native of Kenosha, Wisconsin,
by telephone. visit hospitals and I Mr. Holderried received his Bache-
onavalesce.nt homes and .nake lord's degree tn mathematics and
spepchebe before civic clubs in n science from Wisconsip Plate Col-
effort to resister as many as po,- lge in 1953, and a Master'g daggpe
sibl of Florida's 1.5 million unreg. in :chemistry from OMklatoma' State
istered voters before the -sprinig kCbllege in 195,5. He joian .the re-
elections. search staff of' Michigan Ohemical
Secretary o,:f State Tom Adams Corporation 'in May,i954, after a
will'_ name Jaycee project Jeaders short association, with Liberty Pow-:
"special deputy secretaries'_..pf c'er Defense Corporation, and was,
state'' for the duration of the drive appointed technical service repre-
Ada'-ps -is chief state election of- snetative, and manager,' technical
(icer, - ... service, -in 1958 aM d 1959. ," -
Tooe -drive, will last from-:FebrV- Mr. Molderried is aa member. of
ary r15 'to March 15." :''" '''- "'the. American Chemical Society
Locally Jaycee Wesley R.- Ram- aind. -Phi 'Lambda Ypsilon ihotioriary
sey'is chairman of the Gulf Coun- chemical society. '; :


ty a.sgment 'of Lhe 'voter registra-
tion drive. Local Jd'ycees'will- soon.-
get ,their campaign -uaderwa:,': to
see :.that' every eligible voter' in
.Gillf'County has .been registered or
at lest have the chance 'to regis-
ter. Plans -now -are to obtain the
series of the Gulf Counlty Super-
visor. of ,Registration, Mrs. C. 'G.
Rish tio .bring -or send county regis-
tration books to Port St. Joe and


.other sections of the coiw'ay for the
purpose of registration with the
least trouble possible to prospee.-
tive voters.
Residents of Florida eligible to
vote are those over 21 years of age,
citizens .of th6 United .States, resi-
dents of the State of Florida for
ofie year anid residents of the coun-
tv yfor six months. .


Sharks Drop Cage

TiltToWewa

Wewahitchka's Gators held on to
a slim lead through -the second half
Tuesday night to defeat Port St.
Joe's Sharks 49-44 in the county
sea .
The Gators ,, leading 7-5 after the
first period' .outscored the Sharks,
13-7 in' the second, period,
Johnny .Ray, one of eight Sharks
to ,break, into the scoring column,
topped Port St. Joe's scoring efforts
with. 71,po nts.- ,
-Port St. Joe took the preliminary'
junior varsity game, 46-24,
Sharks fg ft tp [Gateors fgft tp
-Kennedy 0 1 1 1 Smith 5 3 13.
Ray tt:- 8-1 '17 IHatcher 2 4 8,
Gibson 2 .0 .4 Till-man 1 2 4
'Chason 2 1 5 Eubanks 1 3' 5
Griner 4 0 D8 S'ling 0 3 3
Eells 0 1 Green 5 6 '1
Martin 1 24
Johnson 1 2
Scote -by quarters: -:-
Port St. Joe 5', 7 15 17-44
Wewaihitclhka 7 -13 14 15-49


Post .Office Seeking

Bids On Delivery Truck,


Simpson Tells


Rotary of Year's

Work By Scouts


"Port St. Joe Troop 17 hopes to
have six or, eight Eagle scouts' to
be presented' at its next .court of
honor," Scoutmaster John T. Simp-
son -told the Rotary. Club 'at their
meeting last Thureday 'nb]on.
'In observance -of Boy, Scut week
Simpson gave the iQgram. on! the
Scouting -program in. Port St. Joe.
Port St.- Joe, has one of.. the lar-
gest. single Scout-. troops in. the
country. Last year 68-Scouts were
registered. So far this year,.58 boys
have .registered. At bne\time, the
Port, St. Joe Troop had 115'boys on
it s, outing rolls. .
* In rCailling the 'accomliishmnets
'o tt' Scouting ,erat,-in last year;
Simipison reporti-i that the ''roo,
advanced five -to the rank of Eagle
Scout-an-' uncommon number for
a troop to have.: The' troop ,mem-n
bers received some 140 merit hbadc,
ges along with some 75 advances"
in ranlk,
Simpson said that the unusual
record in advancement for- the 16-
cal troop is -due mostly to' planning
an entire year of activlties, in ad-
vance. The- activities. ar-a.ll car-
ried out to enable ,the Scouts' to
obtain merit- badges and: advanGe.,
meant in ranks. Each exercise ir
made as realistic" as possible in.
order to 'give as Thuch training as
possible. with artificial problems.: ..


Postmaster Chauncey Costin an- For instance, eac, year the scouts
nounced this week that' sealed 'bids carry out. a .first aid .exercise in
would be accepted at the post of. which numerous. Scouts complete
ficle i Pe yt Joe, Florida, up un- their first'aid -me ito badges. Boys
til ; 00) pI.m. ]astepr. gtg.ndard Time are -prepared with injuriess simulat-
on February 18, 4 0.0, for the fur- ed with wa T, paint.and other iiiake,
nishing of a vehiole to' e In city ,U to maklie the injury as.realisi$c
delivery served it 4the-loc'al post a4 .pPssible, The outs are grad-,l


itfice. Cos'in stated that a half ton
panel truck, or othbar 'truck :with
home made body consisting of at
least 90.cubic feet of loading space
would be satisfactor.y The vehicle
- aate-..-_good- 'eanictal..o:: s-
ditiog -agp nea- it appearance.
Under present operating condi-
tions l'l'reasonable -to believe the
vehicle will be used slightly in ex-
cess of 100 hours each four.week
period The term of the contract
will begin on March 3, 19*2 and
end, Ju.ne 30, 1962 with provision
tliat it' can be renewed without
competitive bidding for one to two
additional yearo.
Cost stated that bid forms and
completeo.information could be ob-
tained at the post office.


Thrift Shop Plans

Clearance Sale

Everything -at the Thrift Shop
has been marked down to celebrate
the annual clearance sale. The shop
hias a large selection of ladies
difesses on hand. however children's
apparel is :badly needed. The pick-
it: committee through the month of
Febi-ti-y 'is Mrs. Milton Anderson,
Mrs. Lawrence Bowen and Mrs.
John Slajer, Jr. These ladies work
a't the Thrift Shop .on Thursday
mornings. They will also be glad
to call at your home for your rum-
mage.


Florida Power Corporation Representative Tells of Evils of

Government Utilities ToKiwanis Club Tuesday Noon


C. W. McKee, a representative, of
Florida P.ower .Crporation of St.:
Petersburg, presented the' program
".t6o'th"e Kiwanis Club Tuedday of
this week. McKee presentedd a mo.
vie of a new IBM computer that
',the utility has recently installed at.
Its main headquarters' in St. Pet-
ershbug. '
Prior to. showing the film, M.c-
Kee said a few words to the Ki-,
'wanians 'i= preference to -private
owned utilities -as. against govern-.
ment owned. utilities. McKee -polnt-
ed out that in areas .where private
power facilities haye been -takeni
over: by government, the loss ,in
fax revenue forcommunities, coun-
'ties and the federal government
has had' drastic 'economic "effects
that c.ould. not be-off-set .by the,
'temporary decrease in' power rates.,
The speaker reported that in the
.experience of public' power in Eng-
land, the service was cheaper for
a short while and then jumped in
rate up to 50 percent.
"The profit motive of efficient


operation makes private-owned util-
ities the most economical power


Three Men Arrested
-'- I_ .a pe .xi^--


source", said the speaker. "Public
utilities aren't concerned with cost
and when not competing with pri-
vate companies, let cost run away
to unreasonable heights and result
in higher power"


onw-'tleor ia'agnosss of the injury and
the treatment required by the in-
jury. Simpson said each merit .badge
earned by a Scout requires at least
eight hours of active work and
sog.e-.qaUir .more-. .


Guests of the club were Fredi
Stapfqrd, Gene Austin. R. M. Stone
and Jack Reyrioldl' qf Apal'aohinola;
H. D. Led-better of 'ampa.
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We Can't Help It;

It's The Ink

The Star wquld like to apolo-
gize for' the appearance of the
paper for the past several weeks.
It took us a week to figure out
that our trouble was insome bad
news ink that we had- received
in a new shipment'three weeks
ago. We complained,.to the ink
company and got some more ink
last week-worse than the first
shipment.
We have now ordered some ink
from a different source to tide
us over until the bad ink can be
traced down and replaced by our
supplier,
Then---we should be, back toI
our better standards of appear-,
ance.
The bad ink wouldn't dry arid
came off all over our press cyl-
inder, our .folding machine and -
everything it touched. The. wet
ink has smeared all over the pa-
per and everything else giving
the paper the appearance of hav-
ing been drug over the floor.
Our apologies again. We hope
to do better soon.


Merl Seawrigh ,

Serving With Navy


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gory and based on the'amiocunt of
repair.w6i' k.to be done, made them
low bidder by about ,$50. The next
low bidder' was. United Bridge and
Oanlk:Works .qf Whitfield, Alabama.
Wo'rk oni tbe tank is to be com-
ple'ed within i35i days with a three
year guarantee given on the-paint-
ing work and.five year guarantee
on the repair work.
VOTE TO LET BIDS
In addition to the -i.ds for. water
tank repairs, the Board agreedd to
ill for two niiui sets of-bidsi
One letting of ,bids will be for
purchasing -materials. to install
lights, on the new. softball field ad-
jacent to .Centennial Field.. Plans
for It liht ing --system havy-been
furnished. by Florida 'Power Cor-
poration. ',

J;niray C,:stin appeared before trhe


6f beautifying the area with 'flow- system.
ers. shubs., gaass, etc. The also It was also poaited out' that the
asked thit the Cl'ub be pe-mitted enlargedl canal was vital for iindus-
to build a clubhouse in this area. trial growth In this area bo'h preq-
The Commission decided Uth0y ent and future growth. Already the
would have to inrsect their deed on Michigan Chemical Compan6y and
the property ,hefr.e allowing a par-,the St. Joe Paper Company hav -
ty to construc ta building on it. In need of enlarged canal facilities.
the meantime, tiey instructed the SIKES FAVORS PROJECT
Garden lub to appoint a Board of Speaking .beflsrd" the crowild F,
Trustees ro dodbusiness with. there 'o itonou..n1Lm on 'Bab Sk--
CITY AUDIT Day" Congressman Sikes told thoas
The Board received a letter from' present that he was in favor o
the",audit firm of Smith, Ryan and enlarged cinal eilities for Por't
Carlisle quo ing prices on a city St. Joe. The Congressman, pointed
audit to oe conducted for the past ont that the ,anal was dug by Qulf-
three years. The firm 'gave ag prices~ G ot "-' ea o the 'ed-
of $2,000 for a combined three year 20 years
asserted that Qhe present canal was
audit. and $7.50.uU per 'year for a 1-oudated"' and' biuld 'lt ist be
separate audit "of ench year. T. '
..a-r od-,ai --ur-.a3s the_ hrw .Secrefid,/ l of Siate TorwAdama-
: r comblhed aitdit.' was honoidd ialriler yesterday at


Check Forger Apprehended Here

By City and County taw Officers
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_4City police an the county. hr-
it 's office ti we-miK arrested D1an-
ny Jackson, 'colored on a. charge
of forging 4 signature, on checks.
The checks -some $400.00 worth
-were written on checks of the
Chilton Construction Company, cur-
rently doing -contract work for the
Florida Power Corporation in Port


Student'Council

Ils Annual

WarkWeek"

By RICHARD "THOMPSON
SThis. week, me-mbers. of the Port
St. Joe High School Student qoun-,
cil, .backed by the Retail' Merchants
Division, will be calling on the mer-
chants to psk their help :in the
annuall "Student Council Work
Day". The' Council members are
"hiring.out" for the day on Febru-
ary 17.
All dohatlins- received in- return
for the day's work will be- deposit-
ed in the Council treasury to defray
costs of Strident Council projects,
which, include College-Career Day
and the Student Handbook .
The next project on the schedule
is one to spread the news of Port
St. Joe High' School throughout the


St. J0e, All .of'the checks were
cashed-'at the IGA Foodliner-
According to 'police, the company
checkbook had been stolen and pay-
roll checks mad but with the name
of. William .S.- Hall', who was au-,
.thorized,, o write payroll checks lo-
cally for th.e Chilton Company, for-
ged to the checks. The checks-
five-'.e them-were made ou' to
Dnany, Jackson, Bobby Jackson.
Bobby Jhones and John Boyz. Of-
ficials-at ..tbh IGA did not know if
the: same person had cashed all
the checks or not.
Ed Woods, manager of the IGA
said his -store had been cashing,
the 'Chilton Company checks for
several months and had no reason.
to; -,iestion them when presented
for cashing.
The checks were caught as for-
geries when the company failed to
havq enough.'money in their -pay-
roll ,account' in the Florida Nation-
al Bank at Port St., Joe to cover
them. The -bank notified 'Hall that
his, account was overdrawn. Hall
knew that he wasn't, and upon
checking his..checkbook .with items
in the' bank' for collections, the
phony- signatures were discovered.
Iocal police' and Gulf County
Sheriff's Depu'ies set about ques-
tioning all employees -of the com-
pany when finally Jackson admitted
to the deed.


tOr rOreSt tireS Ur V state. The .Council is planning to ,-
rIr rores rres In commenting on the film show- JACKSONVILLE, (FHTNC ) state TheCouncil is planning to dent of th Fl
ing' .the IBM computer operation, Meri J. Seawright, aviation electri-- o, -.o af theoup SFlrk
According to Alton Hardy, Gulf the speaker told his audience that clan's mate second class, USN, son Associention of Stu Jt Councile ron
County Forest Ranger, three men increased customer load had neces- of Mrs. Lorene Seawright of Port M o 17n Jacs on .
were arrested in Wewahitchka Sun- stated. the mechanized operation St. Joe, is serving with. the .Naval Macrh, i L rary upp
day of this week and charged with in the billing department. He said Air Technical Training Unio, Jack-; Fcr the -past two years, Port'Sf;
a misdemeanor for burning wood- Florida Power Corporation now sonville, which underwent an an- Joe has been, a District I officer | A small group of Gulf Coun'y citi-
lands near the county seat, renders 15,000 customer bills each nual administrative and material (vicd-p'esident and president). Now zens are interested in our county
According to Hardy, the three day at over 40 different rates. The inspection January 17. the Cdliceil feels 'hat it is prepared' having'a library. In order to under
men, Gordon Wiley, Lewis -J.ohnson use of the machine-computed bill The inspection was conducted by for grCeater responsibilities, take such a project a large number
and Curtis Johnson became intoxi- and 'billing, will serve to reduce op- RAdm. Joseph C. Clifton, Chief of But, win or lose, we will defni'e' of residents must want a place
cated in the woods Sunday and set rating costs over the years and Naval Aii Technical Training, and yiv make Port St. Jop known to the where books for all ages would be
fire to the forest. Wewahitchka will eventually result in lower pow- his sta&L. I approximately 700 students and !available. If, as an individual. or
police chief Jack Connell arrested er bills. The outstanding showing of the ''eamhers from about 150 schools in as an organization, you are inter-
the trio. :' Guests of the club were Richard training unit, the Navy's second the state. l jested in exploring 'he possibilities
:Monday, the three men were Thompson and Larry Grineraof the largest air technical training unit, | We don't ,expe*cto achieve our of having, a library, would you
brought before County Judge Sam Key Club; Charles Stevens and makes it eligible to compete for the goal without effort.. We have al- please call one of the following
Husband charged with the misde- Richard Porter of Port St. Joe and "Admiral's Plaque". The unit was ready been working on. it, and ex- numbers duirng the day, 229-1331
meanor, and pled guilty to the a club delegation from Monticello judged second in last year's com- pec to work considerably more be- and.after 4:00 p.m., 227-4541.
charge. All .three were sentenced to composed of Ralph Norman, John petition. fat'e March. Gulf County is one of the 11 cu:'
county jail until they could raise Gleason, Mostelle Hopkins, Lou --- Your suggestions and help will ties in our state with no pub..- '
$100,00 bond. Gibbon and Larkin Hantley. Send The STAR To A Friend be greatly appreciated. brary.


a breakfast held at the ISt., Joe
-Mote4'alog with-abtfout 48 guests.
Adariis-spoka brief to th(e ,
present describing how thE Sd'-c-'
retary of State was acting to aid
the Governor and Cabinet In car- -"
trying out the state's official du'-
ties. Adams Said his good organi-
zation made it -possible for him
to spend a good bit of his time
taking of administrative matters
.such as development of Florida
waterways and other resources.
Adams declared that the state's
business is now operated: by the
cabinet on the order of a Board
of Directors, and the citizen of
Florida is now getting more for
.his administrative government",
than ever before.

brought up to minimum U. S. wa-.
terways dimensions of 12 feet by
125 feet, but that he would reeom-a.,.
mend to Congress that the water-
way be deepened up to 20 feetand
'be widened up to 150 'feet to take
care of future needs.
The Congressman paid.tribute to
*the late M'ayor J. L. Sharit, who he
described as 'a "hard, steady work-
er through the years for, his city,
county and state".
Sikes was presented with a piece
of luggage and his favorite Texas-
style hat by George G."'Tapper, his
first campaign manager in Gulf
County.
Platform guests were -Tom Ad-
ams, Secretary of State; Sen. Ran-
dolph Hodges chairman of 'he
State Conservation Department:
Lt. Col. W. H. Ledbetter, Corps of,
Engineers; Ira Campbell, District
Engineer; Don Fuqua, Calhoun
County Representalive; C. G. Cos-
tin, Jr., Gulf County Representa-
tive; Maj. Gen. Fred Taylor of Tyn-
dall AFB; Col. Gene EagIseton,
Tyndall AFB; Rowe Sudduth, Pan-
ama City. Chamber of Comm-
President; S. R. Brown, Port St.
Joe Chamber of Commerce Pr-:-
den*; R. H. Ellzey, Port St. Joe
Jaycee President and E. C. Harden,
Sr., Chairman of the Board o.'
County Commissioners. 7
Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor rf th-
Long Avenue Baptist Church pro-
nounced the Invocation ,ith R'-v.
Paul Hbgar'y of St. Joseph's Catho-
lic Church giving the convocation.
BIG FISH FRY
Immediately following the shcrt
address a mullet dinner was served
to some 2,000 people present for the
event.


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Gulf Canal Project




Favored By Sikes



SCo ssion Bid Business Leaders Giv
Testimony At Hearing

Repairing and Painting W after Tank tally ev ery government
agency and industry in- the Port St.
The City Commission. received Commission- representing the soft- Joe area te istried before Col. W.
six bids Tuesday night ranging ball league and presented the 'C.o- Leneers commanding officer at then-
from $6,500 on the base bid item mission with a check .for $200.00 to Centennial Building yoe-s t erday
S$2,300 on sand.bl'asting, repainting ieip defray costs of construction in a 'hearl Buiing yest erday
and repairing of the old city water of the field and offered their help from the Corps desor enlarging thavo
storage tak, ,in installation of the new lights frm the orp for enlarging th
: Th' other call for bids Gulf County Canal.
After-much discusion au study, 500 etof w an a s was for Speaking in favor of the project
the Coawarded theo hose and 200 feet of one and a half were Harry Saunders, Herbert
tract for the work ;. 'the National inch, one one and one half inch fog Brown, JFke Belin, C. W. Dunbar,
Pank or n of nozand T rCororation ofonebooster hose fognoz- Bob Fox, TomS.Colewy, Dave
MIarianna. The National bid on the zie Maddox, Co. G. Costin, Jr.,'ecr ary
basic work of sandblasting 'and Bo'h of these bids are to be re- of State Tom Adamsa Sdtate Snse-
painting the inside aWa outside of cbived ,at 'the next meeting of.the tor Randolpht Hodgesand Repre..
the tank was .2,-.- Pie.eworlk bids Board on February 22. tentative Bob .Sikes. r b out
vere 5sled for in addition to the Testimony for the project brought
landing and, painting oid for re- GARDEN.CLUB REQUEST out the fact that .barge "tuinnage on
airing, seamp,. replacing rivits. The Garden Club requested the the Apalachicola-Flint River sys-
ourly rate r needed -repairs tc city to .allow them to use .the. .e. tem had increased 'by 445% in the
he tank.andy wlding any pits that ion of F6rrest-Park lying between la3t year and Port t. Joe tf de '
,re found after sandblasting. Na- the 16th Street playground and the ,,d by fhoe testifying a' the. '
ional's bid was ow this cate county dran dt or th tural deep water .port for thi
ional's bid was low In this cate- county drain dit'i for the nr urao d.o r


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Miss Dorothee Zeimet
fHonored With Shower
SMiss Dorothee Zeimet was hon
.ored recently with a 'bildar shower
-hen Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite, Mrs
W. Cox, Mrs. W. L. Smith; Mrs
f',Grady. Player, Mrs. Ellen Kirkland
*f.qAd Mrs. Joe Ferrell entertained
.'tor her in the Musselwhite home
at 623 Woodward Avenue.
The refreshment table, overlaid
.....with-a. white lace cloth, contained
a crystal punch -bowl and crystal
K caghdelabras encircled with ar
rangements of deep pink camellias
. Individual bridal cakes, nuts, mint
and punch were served to the
guests.
The honoree was presented


I by Mrs. Munelwbht and Mr, Cox
then presented to the German-born
bride-elect by Mrs. Anna Smith and
Mrs. Helene Ferris, who served as
" interpreters for the bride-elect.
Approximately 75 guests called
or sent gifts during the appointed
. hours. -- -
Miss Zeimet became the bride of
James 0. Montgomery, Saturday,
February 3, at 4:00 p.m. at the
d Long Avenue Baptist Church.

BAND PARENTS WILL
l MEET TONIGHT
r-
I. Parents of all three bands are
ts urged to attend the Band Parent's
e ,meeting Thursday night at 8:00
p.m. in the Band Room.
V IN EIPORMA


corsage of white by the hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alligood and
'Corsages were also presented to daughter Carol spent last week end
Mrs. A. G. Montgomery, mother of in Meigs, Georgia, visiting.Mr. Allil
the groom-elect, and Mrs. D. M. good's mother, Mrs. J. B. Alligood,
S.Lewis, sister of the groom-elect. and Mrs. Alligood's father, H. D.
Guests were received at the door Hayes.


TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
Sun., Fri., Holidays 2:45 p.m.
Mon. thru Thurs. __ 4:46 p.m.


Saturday 12:45 p.m.


THURSDAY and FRIDAY


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TONYRANDALL
PAUL DOUGLAS


ML AME


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CIMARRON
GLENNFORD. MARIA SCHEL
ANNEBAXIERARTH UR O'CONNEL


St. Joe Hsitorical

Society Meets

The regular meeting of the St.
Joseoph Historical Society was- held
on Saturday, February 3, at 3:00
p.m. at the municipal Building with
Jesse Stone, vice-president, acting
in the absence of Mrs. Ned Porter,
president.
Under old business, the Commit-
tee appointed to interview Rep.
Cecli Costin in regards to extension
to the Museum reported they had
not been able to do so as yet. The
committee will try to see Rep. Cos-
tin as soon as possible,
The Committee to see and inter-
est some historically minded citi-
zens of Wewabitchka for the -pur-
pose of organizing a Gulf County
Historical Commission reported
they had not been able to make
contacts at this time. The commit-
tee will try to see these citizens
as soon as possible.
Mrs. Hubert Brinson reported on
the interview with the City Com-
mission in regards to the old cem-
etery project. A committee of five
members was appointed to contact
individually, the members of the
Council to discuss with them on old
projects.
*Under new business, plans were
made to have a special dinner
meetign which Attorney Ben Dick-
ens, member of the Society 'and at-
torney for the Florida Development
Commission, will discuss with our
Society plans for an historic site
in the Port St. Joe area.
The oldest members of the So-
1ciety were appointed on the nom-
iinating committee. Mr. Stone will
'call the committee and will report
,!at the next regular meeting of the
Society.
It was moved and seconded to
send flowers to Mrs. Porter who
had an accident.
Mr. Stone reported that J. C.
Martin would donate a filing cabi-
net to the Society just as soon as
he could receive one. The news was
received with great enthusiasm.
Mrs. Robert Major was welcom-
ed as a new member to our Society.
The -meeting was well attended.and
had the.pleasure of having as their
guts, Mrs. C. G. Hill of Milford
Haven, St. Joseph Island, Ontario,
Canada. Mrs. Hill and her late hus-
band ,have been regular visitors 'to
the local Constitution State Mu-
seum and to Port St. Joe for the
past four years. They have spent
most 'of their winter vacations at
the 'Rainbow Motel, Mexico Beach,
and have shown such an unusual
interest in ibe historical endeavors
of our city.


Presbyterian Women Eta Upsilon Complete -- PA..ort sJ- c t.. THURSDAY, F&SRUARY 8, So U
Have General Meeting Valentine Ball Plans w
The general meeting,of the Pres-' The Eta Upsilon Chapter of the Te '
byterian Women of the Church met' Beta .Sigma Phi met Tuesday night .
Monday afternoon in the sanctuary in the home of Mrs. Sara Peters on .
of their church with Mrs; Henry Marvin Avenue with 20 members R. LNN BOYLES tor
Campbell presiding;- and the Sorority sponsor -present.
The meeting was opined with .. Associate Editora YOU-ALL
prayer by Mrs. Warren Settlemire. Plans have been completed or
The devotional was given by Mrs. the Valentine, ball. Members and Published by
R. D. Prows. their guests. are.urged to make re- DEPARTMENT STORE
The emphasis for the month is servations with Mrs, Gladys Brown BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
on World Missions. A program on no later than Thursday. Much PHONK 1.lr 7-4l61 .-
World Missions was presented by planning has gone into this and
Mrs. Ted Beard, Mrs. John Robert promises to be a very gala affair. R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
Smith and Mrs. Bill Brown. The tit- Valentine Sweetheart for 1962 for "Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
le of the program was "Witnessing EtaU Upsilqn Is Mrs. Merlene Ward. ,. little lg
In Your Vocation". This organizations is in the pro- BOYLES
WORLD MISO cesss ,of 'forming a "Senior Citzens" STOR PR NN
OBSERVANCE club for residents of Port St. Joe. ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
A meeting is -being planned with GUY N. MIDDLETON Men and Boys Wear
A supper will ,be given Thursday the aid of the Senior Citizens and ESTHER TAYLOR Men' and Ladies Ready-to-Wear
night at 7:00 p.m. in the social Golden Agers P of Panama City. Beta GLADYS GILL ........__.. Ladies and Children's Ready-to-Wear
hall of the Presbyterian Church. Sigma Phi members have taken TREVA SURRENCY Lingerie and- Hosiery
After the supper, Rev. Charles Har.notice of the fact that the town RUTH KEEL OLVIA DAVIS -
them will show film of his visit to has nothing to offer our wonderful
the Holy Land. The public is cor- older folks in town No one wants
dially invited to attend both the to be pushed aside and "put on the 0 leS FOmOUS Dollar Days and Half
supper and the showing of 'this shelf" or retire to the rocking chair.
wonderful film. These clubs have been such a suc- Prce Clearance Hailed by Countless
A collection will ,be taken and cess in other towns, and such a y
sent to the Mission Board to be pleasure to the older .citizens. Fur- ashsC Year' serat't v nt
used for the spread of the Gospels their plans as to where and when C h hoppers as Year's Greatest Event!
to all nations. this 'first attempt to organize will
Church members, come and bring be announced later. Mrs. Elva SALE CONTINUES TH'RU THIS WEEK ADDED FEATURES
a covered dish, your guests and Jones is in charge of this 'project. (Tune in WJOE Daily; 8 & 9 a.m.for Happy Shopping News)
your donation. A nursery will be There will be an area councel
provided. meeting Sundavy Februarv 25 in


DISTRICT MEETING
The district meeting of the Third
District of the Florida Presbyterial
will be held in Chipley on Febru-
ary 28. Registration is at 9:30 a.m.
All members of the Port St. Joe
Presbyterian WOC are urged to
attend. Please contact Mrs. Henry
Campbell for transportation reser-
vations.
LUNCHEON
The Pesbyteiran Women are plan-
ning a luncheon to be held next
Monday, February 11 at 12:30.
This luncheon is to honor Mrs. M.
A. Durant, President of the Florida
Presbyterial and Mrs. Sam Smith,
chairman District 3 of this Presby-
terial.
All members of the WOC keep'
'this in mind and plan to attend.

Po-Jo Twirlers Meet
The Po-Jo Twirlers S qunare
Dance Club met in the home of
Bill Brown. A nominating commit-
tee was appointed by the president,
Bill Brown. Those serving on this
committee are: John Slajer, Harry
Murphy and Charles McLeod.
The Twirlers will be dancing the
first and third Saturday nights of
each month.
Gil Mathis will' be back with the
club to do the calling for the group.


Niceville. Members will go to
church together 'and sit in a body,
then a luncheon will follow after
which business sessions will be
held for various committee heads
and officers. Members are urged
to make plans to attend, as .much
can be learned at these meetings.
The nominating committee was
elected. Election comes up in
March. Mrs. Elva Jones is chair-
man of this committee with Mrs.
Jean Martin and Mrs. Eulalia Sla-
jer, assisting.
The Cancer conimittee gave re-
ports of the cancer meetings she
has attended and statedstated that a
film would be shown, to Eta Upsi-
Ions. Also the Civil Defense repre-
sentative gave her report on her
visit to the Civil Defense .meeting.
A report was given by ways and
means committee on the progress
in the Scholarship Fund. The go-al
is' $100.00 and .the group- has al-
most reached' this.
The cultural program was pre-
sented by Mrs. Flo' Maddox and was
on Nature's Landscapes.
A social itiine followed. The next
meeting will be in the home of Mrs..
Pauline McGill. -


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Beginning Wednesday, February 14,
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Sidiring PETER GRAVES ; h' LItA MILAN
DOUGLAS FOWLEY and ifrad&hing TIM CAREY


Dear Friends:
This is written Sunday A.M. and time is short. Mrs.
B., Barbara and the writer are hopping off to the Atlanta
Ready-To-Wear Show within the next half hour We'll
spend four days shopping for you. Yes, every purchase
will be made with the purpose of bringing you the newest
1962 styles at the greatest possible SAVINGS.
Several needed and important items of merchandise


will be shipped Monday, arriving at Boyles about Wednes-
day We suggest you keep on the look-out for some
startling and unbeatable offerings. Yes, merchandise you
want now at the price you'll be happy to pay. Your re-
sponse to our Dollar Days Sale was terrific last week end
(It 'was almost like Christmas Thank you a million).
You'll have many dollars to keep your eyes on Boyles this
year. Small profits Fast cash selling is our secret.
Be,,sure to save every cash sales ticket ... You can ex-
change them for silver dollars. Ask our salespeople.
We're glad to announce the addition of two home town
young men to our organization... Donald Haddan and Den-
nis Arnold. They're both full' of energy and enthusiasm for
serving and selling. both are married to Port St. Joe girls
and are intensely interested in making a career of merchan-
dising. Won't you come in and meet them?
See you about Friday, and be sure to put CASH SAV-
INGS AT BOYLES in your'notebook this week end.
S'long, -RGB


OUTS OF AMERICA

Building today's boys
into the


Men of


Tomorrow ,


OUR NATION'S

FUTURE

IS IN CAPABLE

HANDS!


\ f We all pwe a de t pf gr.tjtude tp the Bgy Seput8 pf
America, for it is through this fine grgamzatign ntt
millions of young boys throughout the country are be-
ing trained to tak-e on the responsibilities that will one day be their as
American citizens, In the Boy Scouts, eaqh boy is pledged t@o id, ervy
and Achieve, and to do his best always. Because of this excellent train-
ing in the formative years, we are confident that the Boy- Scout of
today will grow up into the kind of man who will someday provide the
best leadership for our country.


Florida National Bank at PortSt Joe
Member, Florida National Group of Banks and FDIC


O'F F I"C E R S
WALTER C.' DobSON, President
H. H. SAUNDERS, Vice-President
J. T, gANNQN, Cashier
G. L. HOLLAND, Amt. Cahiefr


D I B EC TO B S
WALTER C. DODSON H. H. SAUNDEBS
J. LAMAR MJi.,E T. S. COLDEWEY
S. L. BARKE J. C. BEuN
R. MACINTOSH A. L. HARGRAvES


M / Feb. 21
/ Thru Feb. 24
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
APALACHICOLA, FLA.


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SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY


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Bel Air6-Passenger
Waon. Roomy hau
a rich appearance.




Bel Air i-Passenger
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Chevrole


Biscayne 6-Passenger Sta-
tion Wagon. Lowest priced
.Jet-smooth wagon.:


Chevy II 300 3-Seat Station
Wagon. Lowest priced U.S.
S-seat station wagon.


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ler with instance.;Three frisky Chevy II Chevy 100 Stationed w agon. (
wagons-with lots of lunry, Lowest priced wagon in
load space and a low, low price.. vrolet's lineup.
-Plus four rear engine Corvair
wagons like no other in the
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tWAGONSby

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Corvair 700 Station Wagon.
Extra load space in that
runk up front.




Corvair Greenbrier De L xe
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cubic feet for cergo.



Corvair Greehrier 9prts
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elusive on this- point. Present fig-
ures show that white persons do
have a larger percentage of., sin
cancers 'and .cancer if the. breast
than Negroes, anoer of the pros-
tate, stomach and uterus are re-
porte4 .more frequently among Ne-
groes than among white-skinned
people. Jewish women seldom have
cancer of the cervix and Jewish
men rarely have cancer of the pe-
'nis., Amtig the Bantus of South
Africa, cancer of the liver is more
'common than among white people.
Cancer -of the nasopharynx is more
common among Chinese men' than,
among white men. Whether allt


York State.


Gulf County, Florida


NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE


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APALACH1COLA, FLA.


S" Chevy u Nova Station Wagon
SClassiest of the new Chevy II wagon crew
:. withri appointments and a punky six' .-

See the newu C _'*rht, Chety 11 and Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's Onc-.fop Shopping C' er


FLOYD CHEVROLET COMPANY


401 WI1LIAMS AVE-NU.


PHQON 7-.31


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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-T' E MAKERS


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,'Thinking of
* switching to

flameless electric


a
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water heating


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'New you can enjoy the safety, cleanliness
wend convenience of flameless electric water
hosting and save money, too! During
FebrWary-and March, we will pay $25 toward
the intatllation cost of each electric water
Iler that replaces a flame-typq unit. This
ta mean real savings for you, so contact
yew dealer, plumber or gur local office and
me how you can take advantage of this
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And be sure to see the new Quick Recover/ models when you buy
yur electric water heater., Super-fast, they'll provide for all your hot
water needs and at a low operating cost you'll really appreciate.
Because they're electric, they can safely be installed in any room of
your home.


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(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST TOE ---- ON HIGHWAY 71)
(Limit Rihtl. served1 AT WHITE C MY, FLORIDA
-- THESE SPECIALS GOOD MONDAY THRU SATURDAY, FEB. 10 .-TO -
We Guarantee Tenderness and Taste M-N DOZ. FIA. GORA 'W

Ouor BEEF s Free
Is Graded U. S. Good Grain Fed g
and Swift Select ;'.h $10 or More Grocery Order

5,100 Feet of WATCH OUR PAPER WEEKLY Super Market
Floor Space Now Going Up

Rich & Sons GratidOpening
IN DOWNTOWN PORT ST. JOE SOON


New York STEAK

i CHUCK STEAK"
j SHOULDER
, ROUND ROAST

I CLUB STEAK


lb. 89c

lb. 49c


lb. 59c

Bb. 59c


Ground Round lb. 69c
LEAN BRISKET % I
BEEF STEW 3 lbs. 1
Ham and Picnic End 3 LBS.
Boiling Meat 3 lbs. $1.00
From the Smoke House Country Cured
LOIN IN SIDE -
BACON lb.
We Guarantee You'll Like 'Em!


Country Smoked
SAUSAGE


Pure Pork
b. -


Lean Meaty Pork
BACK BONE lb. 9 |
GROUND BEEF 3 ibs. $1.00
LIVER and LITE set $1 .0
Fresh PORK BRAINS 3 full pts $1.00
In The Hull 4 1
OYSTERS bag |
Apalachicola, with $3.00 meat order
OYSTERS fulipt. c


Vine Wipe, Extra Fancy
TOMATOES Ib.
Garden Fresh .
TOMATOES !!haskelt

FRUIT 4 bags $1.00


Fancy
BANANAS


lb. rC


U. S. 1o. 1 Iri ss1
POTATOES 10-1. Z[
Garden Fresh
C 0 RN 6 ears 311
Stewart
PECANS 5 b.hbg
Fla. Grade 'A' Large
Brown Eggs 2 doz.

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CKOFP I3 CORN 100 lb. bag $3.75
;RATCH- F:EED 100 Ib. bag $3.95
,.ra Cih.;. ES 100 lb. bag $4.50
:- -. 17-Ts 100 lb. bag $4.75
t*: y r- Horse, 10Q lb. bag $4.30
S: C :-! 100 lb. ba $3.50
.. :N 75 lb. bpg $2.25


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.I Cancer's Vital
Facts ..About. Cancer.... .
t Ab u ,Ca''ncer.14,111 Statistics
St ,.; o d u 76. Where does cancer stand
S" children between the ages of one 76. Hwo do the chances of cure compared with other diseases as
in Children a nd 'fourteen than any other di- of cancer In children compare a cause of death?
ease. with that 'in adults? Cancer is second only to heart
'74. Once started, does cancer The cure rate of cancer has lit-. disease as a cause of death. One of
73. Does cancer occur In' h develop more rapidly.in-o hlldren tIe Telation to age. It depends upont every six deaths i'n the United
dren? "'";. than in adgLtajL ..... .... the 'type of cancer, the extent of States is caused by cancer.
Yes. No age group is free of can- Probably not. The rate-of cancer its growth at the 'time it is detect- 77. Is jbancer increasing.?
cer land certain forms, notably nlu- growth at any age depends upon ,ed, the effectiveness of the' trea- The number of recorded cancer
-kemla, are found in yountig children. the .typefl.. cancer and the pa- ment:and the patient's natural re- 'deaths 'each year has increa-sed
Cancer takes the lives ot -more' tient's natural resistance. distance. from 41,000 in 19,00 to about 265,000,


i:. ,


in 1959. This .hearsi a tlinship to th.e increase in the total THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1962 ft ft time when the County cuold
population and the increase in the 'hardly afford the expense of $13,-
number of people over the age of 000.00. However, in. view of the
45-the age when the cancer death tremendous savings in the future,-
rate rises sharply. Lung cancer, LETTM TO we feel that it .was o 'only Justi-
which was a rare. disease in 19.0, ,,, fied but absolutely necessary. We
has shown, the most notable in-i 1 did not make this experiment
crease of all types of cancer. i without first obtaining negineer'si
78. Does cancer attack young Mr. Wesley R. Ramsey reports and receiving evidence of
people as often as it does older ,Publisher, of The Star similar experiments in other states.
people? Port St. Joe, Florida If this road comes up to expecta--
No. The rate of cancer Increases Dear Mr. Ramsey: tions, then we will need--only rb6-"
with age. Hwoever, cancer is a I read v.ith a great deal of inter- help of our engineers, commission-
serious problem at. all ages. For 'or iour edir..orial on ihe new Jones ers and allthe l.gal assistance that
example, in the U.S., ,about 21.00o'. Homstead Road. and''on behalf of W.e ';an obtainn .to influence the
persons between the ages if 15 and the Commissioners may I express State Road Department to permit
44 'died of cancer in 1959. .our sincere 'appreciation: or your us to construct our.-Secondary Road
79. Has the cure rate of cancer method -of treatment of this through with county funds held by .he stai e.
been improved. in the. past ten your news medium. With that thought in ..mind, we
pears? We realize the risk of making w.)uld like to furnish you in, the
Yes. One of every three patients. future with the results or our tests
wi'h cancer is being cured 'today. these differences are inborn or. due on this road.
This is a great improvement over ,o the way of living is not known. 'We. eel .that this road will be a
the record of ten years ago when 82. Do certain types of cancer land mark for the savings of many
only one in four cases was being occur more frequently in certain thousands of dollars, for Gulf Coun-
cured. geographical areas? y .inthe future. Wile we would
80. How many Americans could Yes. In pnrts of India. Malaya like to pave.all of the roads at this
be saved from cancer with pres- and the Dutch East Indies, cancer time, we realize of course that we
ent medical knowledge and tech- of the inner surface of the cheek cannot, but this money will be the
niques? s very common, whereas it is com- answer to our problem and allow
Today American Cancer Society paratively rare elsewhere. Cancer us in 'he future -to pave the'roads
figures indicate that at least 85,000 of the bladder is mire prevalent -in and streets in Gulf County that are
more Americans could be saved Europe -than it is int the U.S. Skin so badly needed."
each year if they go to their doc- cancer is about three times more On behalf of the Commissioners,
tors in time for early diagnosis and frequent in Texas and Arizona than may I express our gratitude of this
.effective treatment. With present in Maine and Vermont. Breast can- .experiment and for bringing it to.
knowledge and techniques the cure cer is the most common form of 'he attention, of the public.
rate could be raised from one-in- cancer among white women of Eng- With kindest personal regards, I
three to one-in-two. land and the United States whereas am
81. Are people of one skin color it is comparatively rare in Japan.
or ethnic group more prone to Men in Denmark .are more than Very truly yours,
certain types of cancer? twice as likely to get cancer of E. C. Harden, Sr., 'Chairman
Statistics are not entirely con- the stomach as are men in. New Board County Commissioners










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Monument and Constitution
REV. JbHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
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CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 P.M.
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By JAKE KOLLER
Four teams were idle last week
in our League but the action still
came fast and often.
SJPC Office met St. Joe Motor
on alleys five and six with the
Ford-men taking the first game by
-a slim five pins. The office boys
cl-eaned off 'their desks and .ame
bapc to' take he i'41 two games
an' tgtal pinq for a three point to-


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A T*w and sensitive blood
't :t for diagnosing rheuma-
toid arthritis in children
was one of the medical
achievements of 1961 high-
lighted by The National
lF6undation in a year-end
.review of progress by March
of Dimes-supported scien-
tists.
The report, by Dr. Thomas
V. Rivers, vice president for
medical affairs of The Founda-
tion, cited accomplishments
related to birth defects, virus
diseases, polio and genetics as
well as arthritis.
Dr. Rivers also noted that
1961 will be memo. )le because
of the licensing by the U. S.
Government of two of the three
component types of Sabin oral
polio vaccine which, like the
Salk killed-virus vaccine, was
developed with money given to
the March of Dimes.
The new arthritis test was
developed by Dr. Morris Ziff
and his research associates at
the University of Texas South-
western Medical School in
Dallas, In .heir studies, the test
proved positive in 76 per cent
of children with rheumatoid
arthritis. By contrast, other
tests currently in use seldom
pinpoint the disease in more
,than 20 per cent of youngsters
known to have it, according to
Dr. Rivers,
Dr. Rivers pointed out that
few people realize how very
serious rheumatoid arthritis
can be in children, or how
common it is among them. It is
esiinm ted that there are about
30,000 children under 15 in the
U. S. who have it, many of
whom are severely crippled, he
said.
It is also suspected many
other youngsters may have the
disease,-with perhaps only
minor or vague pains and no
alear-cut symptoms to label
arthritis as the culprit.
The arthritis test, which is
particularly sensitive in detect-
ng -an unusual blood factor
frequently found ir* persons
with rheumatoid arthritis, may
11l its greatest role in uncover-
ing undiagnosed rheumatic dis-
aa-e in children.
: Thi pould be vitally. im-
oor'arit, because the earlier
diagnosis 'is made and treat-


ment started, the better -the
chances for prevention of dis-
ability in young victims of the
disease,
A second scientific achieve-
ment highlighted in The Foun-
dation's year-end review was
a special field study which
disclosed that a great many
birth defects are not detectable
in early life but may remain
hidden until infants reach the
age of one or two,
This report was-made by a
research team headed by Dr.
Frank R. Lock of the Bowman
Gray School of Medicine,
Winston-Salem, N. C.
Among the other develop-
ments singled out in the March
of Dimes research progress
report were the following:
1. Dr. Joseph L. Melnick of
Baylor University has come up
with two chen~'.al discoveries
that promise i :jor improve-
ments iq the manufacture of
oral polio vaccines. It had pre-
viously bc n necessary to keep


such vaccines in deep frcezA
until just a few days before
use, With the new chemical
treatment, however, they call
be kept at room temperature
for as long as a month, The
second chemical inr'ru'. ',m01nt
removes undesirable viruses
that contaminate the vaccine
at certain stages of preparation,
2, A new radioactive method
of detecting how viruses are
formed inside cells was re-
ported by Dr, Councilman
Morgan and associates at Co-
lumbia University. Another
group of workers at the Uni-
versity of Michigan described
similar results with techniques
involving use of fluorescent
materials.
3. Additional evidence that
one of the intestinal viruses
may also case an infectious
heart disease, sometimes fatal
in infants, has beerq btainecd
by Dr. George Dempster. and
colleagues at the University-
of Saskatchewan.


a real close one. Philco rolled
I games .of 770, 783 and 848 for a
2401 series, compared to Vitro's
\ ( 2114. Big Jim Blcak rolled another
Scorching series of 527 to lead his,
teammates to the win. Chuck Dar-
Sling followed with 517 to help the
/ cause. Bob Shaw rolled 497 with
Ron Pendergraft suffering from a
"'-.' "' .... '. I. .t o ir, ending, up with 454.
'al for the night. Tom Ford was' Bill Grimes nad. lady lulok for only
top scorer on the alleys wi h 464, one game and rolled 91, 177 and
followed by teammate Lee Taylor's 113 for a 381 series,
463. Jim Avant did his -best to stop *+ |
SJPC with his 451. The standings are as follows.
OW *4' "-~ Philco has completed all but three
The two come-back teams bet on matches for the second half. They
alleys seven and eight, putting the are subject to move in the near fu-
Philco team against the Vitro 'ture so they are -bowling three to
team. Philco allowed the Vitro men four times weekly to make up
only one point and that game was -games of later dates.
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PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH I
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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A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
ABOUT FINGERPRINTING
Of the two and three-quarter
billion people on earth, no two
look exactly alike. Similarly, no
two finger prints are exactly
alike. This fact, discovered by
Alphonse Bertilon,' a French
criminologist who died in 19.14,
led to recorded measurement'
and description of criminals for
future identification,
There are delicate ridges of
the fingers, palms of the hands,
toes and soles of the feet. Each
person is unique in the con-
structional complex of these
ridged surfaces. Were it not for
the variability of these patterns,
fingerprints for,. identification
would be useless.
While fingerprinting has usu-
ally been associated only with
identification in connection with
criminals, it has other uses.
Many newborn infants are, foot-
printed or palm-printed in hos-
pitals as a means of assuring
identification,
An important characteristic of
:Iihese carvings of the akin sur-
lace iB that they remain un-
changed throughout life, except
-for growth. Because of their
Major characteristics of whorls.
Eloops arid arches, it is possible to
acroup individuals through dif-
'ferencesin fingerprints.
The skin of fingers, palms,
toes and soles is, different from
the sidn of other.. parts of the
body. Lacking hairs and sebace-
ous glands, it possesses a con-
tinu6usly cerruated 'surface
peculiar to these regions. The
delicate ridges make elaborate
patterns. And, as with faces of
individuals, no two in the whole
world are exactly alie.
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1962

Floyd Chevrolet .-.......------..--.-.1-.- 15
. .. !.. <* 4 :
Tonight's matches are as follows:
Alleys 6one, and two, Florida .Nat-
ional Bank vs. SJPC Office.
Alleys three adn four, Vitro .n.
Michigan Chemical. .
Alleys five and six, Costin's vs.
Philco Corp.
Alleys seven and eight, St.- Joe
Motor vs. Floyd Chevrolet.
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Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00 a.m..
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION_ .....--------...... 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 pm.
:"'Comwe and Worship God With Us"


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Conventional, VA or FHA Terms Arranged
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Garden Information


By HERVEY SHARPE require poll
,Agricultural Extension Service main crop,
The fig-which was first grown wood, will n<
in the Garden of Eden-is now priz- without polli
ed for its truit rather than its Fig variety
foliage. So, consider this Biblical Ida include C
plant for your garden. It will fur- key.
nish you with -tasty fruit from June Celeste is
through November. Celeste, Litt
Fresh, ripe figs, served with This is actual
-ream, are a delicacy-even to 'the iety, Malta.
-most critcial taste buds. The fruit skin purplish
chilled, sprinkled with chopped nuts Brown Tui
.and topped with whipped cream, is Everbearing,
delicious. Figs may be canned, made Lee's Perpe
Into jam, spiced, dried and process- Turkey and]
ed into a spread. Fig and nut con- of moderate
section is toothsome-if you are colored skin.
not a weight-watcher. July until 1
Figs are one of nature's botanical called Everb
oddities. The plant produces bash- nurserymen.
fiul flowers that are hidden inside If you dec
the hollow fruit. At the apex of the this spring, y
fruit there is an opening called the with contain
eye. This eye is an important factor be'sure to bi
Sin choosing a fig for Florida, ac types adapted
cording to Dr. A. H. Kresdorn of Aften garden
the University of Florida Fruit tain figs of
Crops' Department. Pedro types"
Fruit with a "sleepy -eye" is best neither capri
for -home gardeners because the wasp that is
closed eye prevents water from en- pollen from t
tering and souring the fruit before in Florida, t
it matures. A closed eye keeps out produce mat
insects; therefore, the fresh fruit Where .no
will contain less undesirable pro- Plant the figS
tein material. that the roo
The love life of the fig dates back soil under thf
to the Garde nof Eden. This adds atodes are i
S- .. ..... .- mulches also


up to a perplexing problem, espec-
ially If you buy the wrong fig.
Based on flowering and fruiting
-habits, figs are classified as com-
mon, caprfig, Smyrna and San Ped-
ro. Common types are ithe only kind
recomntended .for Florida. These
types produce only female flowers,
but do not require pollination for
fruit to develop.


ILnation. Figs of the
produced on the hew
ot produce mature fruit
nation.
les approved for Flor-
Celeste and Brown Tur-
also known as Blue
;le Brown and Sugar.
ally the European var-
The fruit is small, the
- bronze to light brown.
rkey is also known as
Harrison, Ramsey,
tual, Eastern Brown
Brunswick. The fruit is
size and has bronze
The fruit ripens from
ate fall and may be
bearing fig by some
ide to buy fig "trees"
ro'ull have better luck
er-grown plants. Also,
my one of the common
d to Florida climate.
iers. by mistake, ob-
the Smyrna or San
from California. Since
fig nor the special fig
needed to -transfer +he
the caprifig is present
these varieties do not
ure fruit.
natodes are a problem
: next to a building so
Dts can penetrate the
e structure where nem-
fewer. Heavy organic
lessen nematode dam-


Authorities do not agree on a
fertilizer problem for figs. But
while they are experimenting to
discover the proper program, try a
small application -of commercial fer.
tilizer about once a month during
the rainy season. During the rest
of the year apply plant food when


Caprifigs are inedible and pro- it is needed.
duce only male flowers that are Cultivation of figs depends on
used to -produce pollen. The Symr- the soil. In -most soils the plant
na types bear only female flowers Iroots stay near the surface; there-
and require pollen from the capri- fore, shallow cultivation is all the
fig to develop fruit. plant will stand.
San Pedro types bear two crops Y For additional reading, check the
fo tigs and produce only female Bible. The fig is mentioned 14 times
flowers. Figs on the first crop, -first in Genesis 3:7 and 'last in
borne on the leafless wood, do not Revelations 6:13.


A Service of YoQr Doter ef M eine.
Your ocal Medicaz Societr aed ti:
Florida Medical Assaocitie.
C. GOOK PO1K WELL
p"* S ag uncooked pork has i
din-er. Aa example is the dis
ease Trichinosis, which is e-ti
mated to infect some 25 million
people in varying degrees ,in toi
United States. A L
Triciosis& is a 1a0 PI-
duced by eating -undercooked
peok containin Trichinella spir-
alis, a nacroscopic worna found
chiefly in the flesh of bosg.
Many persons are unaware of
the dangers of eating wder-
eoked or underprocessed pork
or pork prod-uwt such as a-u-
The symptoms appear sbc or
Dsevo days after eating the in-
feoted meat. They include Mea-
sea, vomitiLg, dsaine M ad
diirreka followed shortly by
slee pains and swelling, Th .
,f worms get into the Iawan
buia nid blood stream and
bumrrow isto the muscles to
await development. The victim
complains of sore muscle, stiff-
ams and welling. Ltcer stage.
may produce an uunderaalied
and anemic condition.
The common means of poas-
- on this disease i the feeding
Sswiane with raw garbage.
which often contains the causa-
live tdchiaell-. The trichinais
rate in swine that eat uncooked.
garbage has beea demooantrate
to be teo times as great as in
hogs provided with cooked gar-
bage. To prevent trichinosis in
humans, all pork should be
thoroughly cooked before being
eaten. .,
SHOP AT HOME
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Lunch Room Menu
Lo- Industrial League
Port St.,.Joe Elementary School On alleys one and two it -was
Monday, February 12 IMaintenance vs. Michigan Chintal-
Beef with vegetables, sliced to- cal. Maintenance won fouer l0lts
matoes, :homemade biscuits with by forfeit as Michigan CheAfeeal
butter, grapes,. jelly and milk. was unable to field a team.
Tuesday, February. 13 -. Maintenance, which has ha l 1
SSpaghetti and-meat sauce, snap points forfeited to them thus: Wr,
beans, cabbage slaw, white bread Irolled games of 653, 685 an4 784
and butter, apple pie and milk. 'for a total of 2072.
Wednesday; February 14 On all1ys three and four, it was
Hamburgers, buttered spinach, those yellow shirts, up to their old
sliced tomatoes, onions and dills, tricks again. Vitro, who is yellow


hamburger buns, .butter, prunes and
milk.
Thursday, February 15
Fried chicken, English' peas, cel-
ery sticks, orange juice, white"
bread and butter, apple 'sauce and
milk.
Friday, February 16
Blackeye peas, cheese toast,
shredded carrots,-stenamed cabbage,,
Home made biscuit with butter and
chocolate pudding.


only to the extent that the color
of their shirts have this hue,, pol1
ished off the Paper Mill thred
points to one.
- Alleys five and six saw the Pulp
Mill take the measure of Glidden
three points to one.
The first match was won by the
Pulp Mill 690 to 658. The second
was,-won 'by Glidden when Thomp-
son rolled a 220, 821 to 734. Pulp
Mill rolled a nice 804 to Glidden
685 to take the third game and to-
tal, pin honors.
On alleys seven and eight, the


Box Plant and Coast Guard hooted .polits. Pylant's spotted Pate'
up In 'fle duel. When the smoke j.pins per game and lost three gi
cleared, they had come out even, scratch, and almost four with
with a split, I11 pins scratch difference on
STANDINGS first game.
Team W i On alleys three and four, V
Vitro 53% 22% I ford's S andard-Service and I
Paper Mill 44% 31.wonder Bar met head on
Pulp Mill 44 32 Pat'suipushing them hird and
Maintenance ,-----. -. 41- 35 ous, as they took the full
Glidden 37% 38Y2 points from the first place ti
Box Plant 26/ 45 Yi On alleys five and six, the
Michigan Chemical 26 46 hitting Pridgeon Agency met
Coast Guard 26 50 ,ens Custom Shop and took t
S -points out of four.
Merchant's League On alleys seven ard eight, S.:o
-- Bar took four games from Phil


Monday, February 5, on alleys 1 "66" service by forfeit.
one and two, Pate's Shell Service TEAM STANDINGS
swept Pylant's Shop for four full Team W L
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ames Pat's Wonder Bar
only Custom Shop
the 1 Stone's Bar
SPate's hell
Yoo_-, pIidgeon Agency
as Pylan.t's
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THURSDAY, PERBRUARY 8, 196
and' the escape Of the holy family.
Joe Mira, gen'ieal'dhatitaan, said
the St. TJoseph's Church Is one of
the first churches in 'the country.
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r-eek eys e ar shown M ay, February 12 a publia-'s invited to Nt'dkd the -en.
four two, the Custom Shop will meet 7:30 p.m. in the St. Joseph's Cath- tire series.
eam. Phillip's "66" Service. Alleys thre- olic Parish Hall.
hard and four, Stone's Bar will try tak-, Send The STAR To A Friend
Lev- ing four from the hard-hitting'Prid-, The film reverently portrays why ,
three geon Agency. Alleys five and six, Joseph and Mary remained in Beth- 7 ,
Pat's Wonder Bar will be striving lehem after the birth of Jesus, the
new's hard for four points from Pylant's. recognition by Simeon, the cere- IB'
lip's Seven and eight, Woolford's Stan- money of, redemption, Herod's -
dard Service will try 'keeping a tent to outwit the Wise Men, the
good lead by taking four from adoration of the Magi, the ord. r I
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*rady, v" -3,9,_ 111 i' .& 1 A' ^ -r aai q I H 'Il f F!41'i-;TY 41.146 T1L IT,
.'''R R T: mali furniShe0 ap- F-r RENT Oi, 9AL: .uil'd ,, b.d
a c. For information call 2 bedroom brick home, 1031 Long %. .f., i, K ; 1,Ot of."
. 227-55. tu-1l11 Ave. Also two story, two bedroom'- /- A FOWLER,'
'stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone ROT L. L -.';.i. W. M. )O ICE TO CREDITORS "
OR ..T: 2 2-bedroom house. l8-412S, J. A. Mira;' ROY K. oBLACKSHEAR, Si a .,n C1 the estate of Let Mae
SI St. 'anh, furnished. 2-ed- O A Al ster Ka.inL corAially invited ate >lp c.i. a re erte otf e vat
c 0oon; .. ',' I:.:2 'T FOR SALE Alfl _a s-r m d fe icany claims or denands'which...
2 -berm ..:, ,..T Three bedroom house with br_.ze LPT .'- -- 'u Ca o n r estat. in the
.i .. ... ay. '- "raj? and oak floors. On i' Bu7.i '.. me 7-701 to (ui;t cruty, -... .. O urth1ouse at
\,,,.r/.' odu, at' bt. z iAh's Pharmacy, x 165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave. To ,t'ck iri.l r;.... ..... "'h.cfm, F''i. .n calen- '
"-.. .. -- sell for only $350 down plus closing --- ..... m, ,.- s ub -
FOR !- .*; Exceptionally nice 2 ost. Balance on FIHA loan. WILLIS V. ROV/AN, POST 1-I, a '..: i .. m~st state
.. b td;- aprtmIont. Upstairs. New three bedroom house in good THE A-.ERICAN LEGION. Miee- the r de nd post office address of the
People Are ctionofOakGrove. Priced for first and u ,andust be sworn to by the la
.- .,. ,unurnish- a,'-I: s1e at ,,000.. nights, 8:00 p.m. America Legi m o r tton
$35.ng Longer a an od house on Seventh Home. e t: i. day of January, A. D.,
.Living Longer eau..... -i : Phone 2-., : .- lt.l -on tWO very nice ,1962; ...../s t "l..a-w. -
Despite the Increased number of 862. l ots alone are v.wo [tl lIf the price, hour. cut your lawn and let m e Lels Mre Fowler, deceased.
Service Station. Aubrey R, Tomlir Attnrnfy for Executrix
7tl, fatalities, c nexbenm tole uni. 2- nedion Two bedrfoon house with 150o rrt with pkeep of owter. Gui" vc. c. t JR
child in the U.S. can expert to t. Available aL- well in ihite City. Can sell for on, Phone 7 -71. t i uli,ation on: January 18, 1962.
live to 69 years, 9 months. This t' .. Phone 227-5756. small down payment and balance IN THE ONTY JUDGES
Is an llrinrease since H136 ... .... :e rent. ,R, A. M.-Regular convocationo IN THE COUNTY. JUDE'S
8an11.yearincreasesinceln36. .onl e onFRANK HANNON A. J -eg onocion COURT, GULF COUNTY,
F::. i bc~o:.F house-on RANK, HANNON ;. St. Joseph Chater No. 56, 11. A FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
Medical advancements and ne' o. o 2 iedroom house at Rcgistered Real Estate Broker M., 2nd and Ilth ..1 :.1 All vi IN FLORIDA, IN PROBt of
miracle drugs have played an .Lons. Pione 22.-4GSu ,21 Reid Ave. Ph. 227-3491 ing brothers welcome. IN IN BR YANT SMITH,
p i,. ,iur imd. ofc-2-1 Jo HiMANhNING BRYANT SMITH,H, h l
important role in this increase. .. LOTS FOR SALE: In Oak Grove. a John H. Dickey, High Priest Deceased.
Prescriptions and drugs are our ;.', '. ". 2 bedroom house $25.00 down, $25.00 per mo. Phone Joel Lovett, etary NOTICE TO CREDITORS
business.Come to usfor prompt, .'.. also hot water 227-3201:or contact Tomlinson Ab- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. o, All creditors of the estate of
dbein.h e -r Locased .' ui u tract Co. 8tc-1-4 O, F.-Meets second and fourth Manning Bryant Smith, deceased,
epen''r service. STIi G and PAINT'li -I Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in Amnerican are hereby notified and required to
IB = .. -. r..D2LASTl.G and PAINTING: Legion Hall. All members urged tc ile a:- claims or demands which
""}"7 .1 .- ... .. pri- B-.:nt fr.ri-r., r if.= r:r,. attend they m ay have against said estate
vatt. ai, .,..-- I.,m and TV, .: .',rr. "..,tr-h. rliu- 2'- Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell in the office of Honorable Sam P.,
Free Parking Iro om .-.. .. ...i heated,, ': 11"' L ie t '.,i.L.,i -". .t .rlr, J. C. Martin. Husband, County Judge .of Gulf
Drive-In Window Service a.s ,528 ,.. of 6th t. and View. tfc-1-25 -- County, Florida, in the courthouse
Drive-n Window Service... e. tp.2-S [- ( FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with at Wewahitchka, Florida, within six
ttS FIRST TIME OFFERED den, separate dining room, cen- calendar months from the date of
Buzzett's Drug SWILL EUY c *..... payments on Earn up to $33..'0 a month in your trial heating, carpet and new blinds I tirt :I..-,: of this notice.
317 Williams Abe. good usnad Ii ... -_ .- ..-.t pare time. se:- ing your own Her. included. Large tree shaded cor'- Each claim or demand must be in
Port St. Joe, Florida isa utachie. ..i ., b. .J. .. y Candy route. No selling or ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone writing and must state the place of
F St. Joe, o:a -ALE -l- ------.it. Responsible man or weo- 327-3751. tfc-8-24 j rclUence and post-office address of
A man wanted to collect from and re- he claimant and must be sworn to
ssifJed A 1. 2-be8ic> 1 .'. -". : i ... i.ll 'oni our new Hershep Vendors Real Estate c,r:..-L'b.,io ;by the claimant, his agent, or his
Clasified A&l ...2 u;n j .I.. :. ,ted by us in this, area. Car, 8 CAN YOU SELL? ; attorney, or it wlil become void ac-
..... iurni. .. Ctooi.laOc tile badh. hrs. a week spare time and $895.00 ,Strout Realty seeks area represen- cording to law.
S. ailt iuestment required. tatives in White City, Beacon Hill, TOM FLEMING SMITH
FOR RENT: U1rfurnishd twvo bed.--o 1. 1 1 .I;j- ue, 1.bath, car- -. refs ce nd pone Overstreet, V.- Bay, Springfield, Administrator of the Estate
room apartment. i7ll Woodiar.d port and udntiiy om, on Marvin I number to Box 9358, N. Hollywood, lreiM o Beach. Carrabelle. Money- of Manning Bryant Smith
Ave,$45.0o per month. Call or r~-e Avenue, Pay owners equity and California. tp maker for the man who cIn sell. 4t-28
Gene Halley, 2108 CroydoIa Dr., TalI assume baianceo ..o-',i pay- ; a.- training, guidance and sup- ----
lahassee, Office phene ".2-IJ20, ,'t. .cle ai., ) aer .. u,. MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe- port. Company furnishes ALL ad-
349, home phone, .31.5 'tci 4. Lot alt ouogas Landing for their planning to move across vertising, signs, forms, supplies. --
ish calps e t rutiuremenL homes, town or across the nation, you may Hundreds of live prospect leads 1 7 R
FOR RENT: SpaciouJs -..,Jr..r,.n ims ar'tang to a il yoea. be sure that your most priceless each month. Nationwide advertis- U
furnished first iloor apa-i. tii.L. sf ut to r _..! .-. je Beach. belongings are in experienced and ing brings Buyers from everywhere. Have A Refund Coming?
12th and Palm Blv-d. Phone- .-l-:1 i 'bluck l'rum ,a i. reasonable capable hands. We represent May- You must have: initiative, excellent
or 227-4261. HL-11-' e flower, nationwide movers. Call us character (bondable), sales ability, File Your
F. ir A acrd r. H i;.'Lcon IilL Good- Cr f r e e estimates. SURPLUS financially responsible. Opportun- Eary
FOR RENT or SALE: 3 bedroom !,n : s | .. j rsauny. !SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument ity!-with the World's Largest real e ARK
house. Central healing, h: r ..*.*-. e i and, s Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18 estateSupermarket. o
oors. 813 Marvin A e. Phone 2 ,7- U acIei iu d,etoudi d, s Ave. Phone 227-4051.estate erm.CLet
loors. 813 Mrvi Ave Phone 227- ,u out o ni.ka. Ap- --- STROUT REALTY, inc. 1017 Long Avenue
8321. 5 p d n INCOMETAX SERVICE:Cal 648- E. K. Davis, State Manager Prompt and Efficient
FOR RENT: 2 bedroonm ,jru,,.' .,L.,.5t ',tne eaS. 4436 after 5:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs P.O. iox 601 Prompt and Efficient
house oNT: 2 bedPalm room Bl ... .L*- mioaes un- Chuck Gibson. 13tp-1-4 -18 Palatka, Floirla 4tc at Johnnie's Trim Shop
; -C.Av each Friday
Phone 227-52P61. G.. ib. ly. tf er cc cAt-on o Cypres Ave- THERE WILL BE a regular corn- each Friday
FO....N:,_- ..... a j,, j.-.ymenls, a.proxi- nunication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge BOOST PORT ST JOEl----
FOR RENT: Dupl';x ala'imt-,ni at ... ... !er m-nt.li. 1' LA.- -
14th and Paln. Airs 2 ,'i,:l,.om 9. L oaLr to :. on .u arvin Ave,. $660 --w -..a..w -. ----- -
home on 9th St. C'eil G. "Cu'rlh. Jr. eaul. Teins. [E II
ST PRiDGE PR ON -
FOR RENT: Unfurntirinsi J I-i-.-drir igi .a l Es ale Broker 1.1' i -I .
house, 2 baths. living rou,.'. uni- W. Loa, ialsm,. 1n.' iL"
ing room, kitchen, brealkfa-. ,",.,.' ,-one 22 ,o'i 01 'silliams Ave.
place, gasbeat.rar j': FIORZ, bLE:tndroui hb,,use 'I ;' This is Scout Week all over America, and we at Costin's would like
school. $75.00 mo. Call iMr. J..- I L= _-v- -. and utility ItoI { say 'Tr:, y Scouting" to every Boy Scout and Cub Scout in Port St. Joe,
S... -A h 'A i..ola. and Wewahitchka, Florida. ?:,* we cun~,-'.ulate you.on
S,.--- ---- being a member of we think, the fi:,:-,: youth organization in America.
S. The Boy Scout movement as started many years ago.by a very
'. ,,:,;1, ....- ..___ ....,I fine far-sighted Christian *.: si : i. from Enl.-tnd, but, ,r. h%-i would
Scouting be in your local c-.:.iniir'.-, if it were not for thoe fine men and ,
S- women who have worked hard and long to give you an c 1p>',C unity to be-
; come a member of this fine organization. So, on this c'--n;ion of National i
S. .: i Boy Scout Week we would also like to commend, as well as *:_nratulate,
Sr L 3i those adults who give of their time, and 1- --.:.-l.c', to make Scouting "
successful in our communities.
.. It would be i-,_.oil .1- for us to name each adult Scouter in this
'' community now, or those who have served in the past, but, there is one
S- .... .. name that stands out in our mind that we feel deserves a special vote of
thanks, not only by us at Costin's, but by every Scout, aid, every parent
SB -. b "t ''....... *- ": ... that have ever come in contact wvvit--h coutin.g. That man is J..T. Simpson.
W -John, congratulations on the i- .'i3 work, and the fine boys
... .. you have turned out over the years that you have been in Scouting. May
; ... m yn alwv:ays get the pleasure out of this v-ork that I know you must get,
and, may you continue for a long tine to come.
Don't forget Costin's is your loca! Scout distributor in Port St. Joe.
.... c1'h And we are always happy to help you with your needs. Be prepared.
i.; : ,e "... .-Best wishes for greater scouting.
More '- '-- ". '- P-0-7 .
0 TV's-saj'ecp... =c 'I
.C | -._-.:D F. LAWRENCE
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