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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 15, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Letla keep
It where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchantal


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


TWENTFWrlFTH YEAR- '- PORT .T,


Exhibit Conmennorates "Boy Scout Week"


Pictured above is a display made by the Boy, -Week" in Port St. Joe. The display is made up of
Cub and Brownie Scout$jn the window of Costin's handycraft done by the Scouts and some of the
Department Store to commmeorate "Boy Scout tooTs used in Scouting work.
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REGISTRATION BOOKS PLACED THRU Area Baptist Laymen

COUNTY FOR SIGNING UP VOTERS Sponsoring Revival


Mrs. C. G. Rish, Supervisor- of iRegistration fpr Gulf
County, announced this week that-she had placed the voter
registration lists throughout the Precincts of the county to
facilitate registration by citizens Of the county prior to the
May Democratic Primaries.-. ..
Mrs. Rish has appointed Deputies at each of the
depots with the registration books,- to 'supervise the
registration of new voters in Gulf County. Those eligible
Sto vote in'Gulf 'County are those Who are 21 years of
age or older; have lived in the county for six months and
in the State of Florida for 12 months.
SMrs. Rish stressed that all voters who have cast their
ballot" in/Gulf'elections in the past, should be nure they
have returned their re-registration card to the Supervisor
of REgist'ratioh., Such- a.,precedure,..of remaining on the
| voter'hsts Is iow mandatory in Florida. Mrs. Rish mailed,
out registration cards last October to',.e signed and re-
turned to her office to assure your name remaining on the
lists& .
SIn the Port St. Joe area, which comprises Precincts
seven, eight, nine, ,In and eleven, the registration books
are now, at theroiiice of the Pridgeon Msuranee Agency
at the corner.of Third Street and Williams Avenue.: Tom
Pridgeon, Jr., is the designated deputy. These precincts
encompass all. the area lying between the Gulf County
Canal and the South county line, near Cape San Bias and
from. St. Joseph Bay East including all the inhabited area
in the Port St. Joe vicinity...
'Other area precinct registration locations are as fol-
loaws: Precinct No. 5 (Highland View and St. Joe Beach)
th'q books are at the Player's Store with Silas Player as
Ieptity. Precinct No. 6, (White City) at Mrs. George Har-
pers Store with Mrs. Harper as Deputy. Precinct Number
Four, (Overstreet) at the store in Overstreet with Mrs.
Edna Hardy as Deputy.
-" -Mrs. Rish stated that the registration books would
remain in these locations until the law decrees that they
must be closed prior to election. The date tor closing the
books under State law will be April 7, 1962.
The Port St. Joe Jaycees have undertaken th.e pro- ,
ject of contacting every person not registered to Vote in
'this area this spring and urge them personally to register
with the county for -voting purposes. Before the books
are recalled to Wewahitchka, the Jayeees will attempt to
contact every person not now registered and urge them to
'do so.



Country Club Hires Construction

Firm To Clear Golf Course Property

Lawrence- Bowan, president of Lawrence Bowen, Ashley Costin,
the Cape San Blas Country Club Joe Parrott, Conrad Williams, Jim-
announced this week that work on my McNeill, Lawrence Bissett, B.
land development has been resum- Roy Gibson, Jr., Walter Duren, Ken-
ed after a delay in securing heavy neth Whitfield and David Carl
equipment 'for the work. Bowen said Gaskin.
the Country Club has hired a con- -
struction firm from Bristol to do Tuesday Tag Deadline
clrinag, grading and grubbing ."
work on the property to be occu- Tuesday, February 20 is the dead-
pled by the Club's golf course. line for purchasing 1962 automobile
Bowen. said the Club anticipates tags.
that they will begin planting grass Automobile tags are available in
on the .fairways 'and greens by the Port St. Joe at. the office of the
end of March. Frank and Dot's .Insurange Agency.
All members and interested par- To purchase a new tag, the pur-
ties are cordially invited to go by chaser should bring his 1961 tag
the property and observe progress number or the registration certifi-
that is rnow being made. The golf cate to expedite the issuance of the
course property is located just tag.
around "Dead Man's Curve" on Persons who have traded cars or
0ld U. S. Highway 98. are purchasing a tag for the first
Those interested in applying for time' in the County will have to
'membership in the Club may con- have this information to get this
tact any of the 'directors who are: i year's license tag.


r. JOE. FLORI T USD. WIaAY. FEARIARJ4 fV ,-n. flJllI;J 10A!>


The Bro'herhoods of the four lo
cal Baptist churches are sponsoring
laymen-led revival meetings in
their churches February 21 through
February 25. These meetings will
be held simultaneously in the fol
lowing Baptist churches: Firs
Baptist of Port St. Joe, Long Ave
nue Baptist, White City Baptist
and Highland View Baptist.
Visiting Baptist laygmen-will as
sis: the local men in conducting
these meetings, A different visit
Ing layman will spea k at each of
the churches echl night at 7:30
p.m. and 'at both Sunday services
The Brotherhood is a laymen's
organization in which 'be men are
o0-g'niz.d for enlistment, education
and service. The major activities
of the Brotherhood lies in four
areas; World missions, personal
stewardship, Chrlstian witnessing
and Royal Amnbassadors (boy's
work).
The presidents of the Brother-
hoods in 'the local Baptist Churches
are: Frank Pate, First Baptist; E.
M. Williams, White City Baptist;
Walter Graham, Highland View
Baptist and George McLawhon,
Long Avenue Baptist.
The public is cordially invited to
attend these laymen-led evangelis-
tic -meetings. Revival singing and
special music will be offered at
each service. The -services will
close on Sunday, February 25. A
nursery will be provided at each
church for small children.

HIGHLAND VIEW CHURCH
TO HAVE RUMMAGE SALE.
The Highland View Assembly of
God Church will have a rummage
sale Saturday, February 24 from
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the
church, 125 Third Street, Highland
View.
All proceeds will go to the
church.


District Corps of Engineers Officials Conducr Hearirg On Gulf County Canal
Pictured above is the staff from the Corps employee of the Corps of Engineers office, Ira
of Engineers office in Mobile, Alabama who heard Campbell, area engineer; Mr. McGruder with the
the testimony regarding the Gulf County Canal Corps, Col. R. D. Ledbetter, District Engineer of
enlargement here in Port St. Joe last Wednesday. Mobile, Mr. Waggener of the Corps office, Harry
Pictured above, left to Irght are: an unidentified H. Saunders of Port St. Joe and Rep. Bob Sikes.


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The 'Star received the following J o e
'elegram Tiesday from Bob Sikes,
Spessard Holland and George Sma-
thers: It was announced at thE
Glad to, advise Housing and have $147,000 that it can spe
Home Finance Agency has an- year which begins July 1. Th
nounced an advance in the of Gulf to pay the note due o;
amount of $7500 for preliminary performed throughout the.Cot
planning of improvements and
extensions to existing water and As a result of this revelation by
sewage system at Port St. Joe. the State Road Department, the
This action by the Florida dele- county will appear at the SRD bud-
gation was 'brought about by a re- get hearing in Tallahassee on
quest from the City Board in De- March 6 requesting nearly a mile
member to conduct 'the survey to as- of secondary paving work to be
certain the feasibility of extending done in Port St. Joe, Wewahicthka
the city services to outlying areas, and White City. Included in the.
The thinking at the :ime was to request will be 3,000 feet of pav-in '
acquire a government loan to ex for the City of Port St. Joe, 800
tend 'the services and retire pres- feet for the City of Wewahitchka
P ent indebtedness if the move proves and a small strip of paving for
S feasible. White City.
The $7500 is a loan and will prob- STREETS IN RESOLUTION
'ably be accepted or rejected by the Port St. Joe streets included in
Board at their next regular meet- a Resolution for paving to be pre-
ing Tuesday, February 20. sented to the State Road Depart-
meantt for :approval are as follow,,:
Governor To Enter Avenue "C" from SR 30 to Rob-
bins Avenue.

Fight Against Cancer Robbins'Avenue from Avenue "C"
... to.Kenney Street.
Word has been received this Marvin Avenue from Sixteenth
week from Governor Farris Bryant Street to Twentieth Street,.
That he will join with thousands .of Pare requests in Wewa
h volunteers to-help support the fight iver Road from Seco Street
against Cancer. River Road from Second: Street
1 Bryant has again accepted the to event Street.
Ht onorary. Chairmanship of the Pine street from SR 71 to .
Florida Division's 1962 Cancer Cru- ond Street.
Ssade, and extends to all volunteers Paving request fbr White City is
and crusaders of the American Can- Hoseshoe urc ircle at the Baph.ist
cer Society,'sincere best wishes for Church. C o
- continued success in the fight According to Clerk of the Court
'against cancer, George Y. Core, the County Board
Q Governor Bryant has long been a feels hat it will have ample sec.
champion of the fight against can. Iondary road fund money to pare
cer, and last year, lent his active'afl o. these projects. ,
support in te annual duca'io In other discussion on reads, the'
and Fund-Raising Crusade. County Board instructed 4he.Rad
-.. Department Superintendent Lloyd
Whitfield to limit hi's expendi'uri-
Ba R t e to only necessary items to conserve'
r' jthe budget through 'he current fis-.
Nam s Officrs cal year. To conserve funds, the
B ICnS Vcounty will probably shut down It -
S- concrete pipe plant for a while and
After a meeting of organization have slopped operation of one bull-
last Thursday night at the.Florida dozer, which needs about $2,000 in
Power Lounge, it was decided to repairs.
operate the Babe Ruth Baseball pro- Mrs. Ruth Soule and Eliolt
gram this season. Compton representing an Orange
Officers elected to serve for the Park Land Company approached
season elected at the meeting were: the Commission for some aid in
Jessie Hallman, president; Harry road work. The- duo stated that
Tison and Billy Fleming, vice pres- their company planned to devel-:,p
idents; Sue Spaulding, secretary an area at Cape San Blas this year
and treasurer. Provided they could get some roads.
The League is now sending out a The County Board told them the
call for volunteers for umpires, County would furnish labor and ma-
team managers, equipment care- chinery for the project if the com-
taker, concession attendant, sup- pany would provide the materials
porters and boosters. Those desiring and rental of machinery not owned
to fill any of these positions are by the county to construct streets
urged to call the president of the in the same manner as the Jones
Babe Ruth League, Jessie Hallman, Homestead Road.
415 Iola Street, Oak Grove, phone H. F. Ayers appeared before the.
227-5033. Board asking that Bayview Drive
The next meeting of the organi- be paved as soon as possible. The
zatlon will take place March 6, at street is only 30 feet wide and will E
6:30 p.m. at the Florida Power not meet secondary street specifi- I
Lounge. Everyone is cordially in- cations. The Board promised Ayers S
vited to attend this very important to try to do something to the street.
meeting. Rex Addison of Port St. Joe ap-
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Florida Power Corporation linemen are shown above placing
the "White Way" mercury vapor lights on the Boulevard complet-
ing a street lighting program adopted by the City Commission as a
result of a survey conducted by the Port St. Joe Jaycees under the
chairmanship of Wade Barrier, Jr. The installation of lights on
the Boulevard was completed by FPC crews' this week. Pictured
above on the pole are linemen Cliff Robbins and Robert Webb. Op-
erating the crane truck on the ground are John Rich and John


Lewis.


(Star photo)


. C. Harden, Sr.

Seeks Re-election

E. C. Harden, Sr., of Wewahitch-
became the first candidate to
announce for election in the May
democratic Primaries this week
hen he 'declared himself a candi-
ate for re-election from County
commissioner District Number 2.
In announcing for re-election,
arden expressed his sincere and
eep appreciation to the people
Gulf County for their confidence
electing him to this post for the
st two terms.
Harden is completing eight years
County Commissioner and has
rved as Chairman of the Board
r the past three years.
Harden is a distributor of Borden
airy Products in Gulf County with
s home office in Wewahitchka.
e is a member of the Wewahitch
Presbyterian Church.

)rganizationd Meet
or Little Boys Baseball

A. R. Major, president of the Lit-
Boys Baseball League announ.
d this week that an organization-
meeting for the coming season
1 be held at 4:00 p.m. Monday,
his office at the St. Joa Paper
mpany mill.
ll officers, managers, sponsors
I interested persons are urged
attend.


Jaycees Set Date

For Annual

Teen-Age Roadeo

The Port St. Joe Jaycees set. the
date for their annual Teen-Age Dri-
ver's Roadeo at their regular meet-
ing Tuesday night, for Saturday,
February 24.
Jaycee Don Grossman is in charge
of the Roadeo.
This year's roadeo will be the
second held by the Jaycees. Seven-
teen teen-age drivers participated
last year, with Lindsey Thursbay
as the winner. The Jaycees are ex-
pecting about 30 to 40 drivers to
participate this year.
Winner of the local contest will
-o to Panama City March 10 to par-
ticipate on an area level
All boys and girls, attending Port
St. Joe High School having a re-
s'ricted or operators license are
eligible to enter the contest, pro-
vided they have no arrest marks
on their driving record.
The driving roadeo is based on
the contestants knowledge of driv-
ing rules and regulations in a writ-
ten examination and his skill at
putting an automobile through a
specified driving maze.


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Street Work

e County Commission meeting Tuesday that Gulf County wilt
nd on secondary road construction during the 1962-63 fiscal
is amount is over and above the amount which will required
n the bond issue floated two years ago for paving projects
rnty.

preached the Board soliciting some The Board set qualifying fees.
of their insurance business for his for those seeking County offices
Agency. The Board told Addison. in the May Primaries as follows:
that insurance had been purchased a
for the year, but that they would Board of Public Instruction, $3OO.;
see if they could give him some Board of County Commission, $45.00
business at renewal time. and Harbormaster, $48.00.
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OARt OP THANKS Dr. Wager, the urfesa and to all
I would like to take this method for the nice flowers, food and cards.
to thank each i'an every one for Your thoughtfulness will always
their kindness to me during the be remembered. May God bless you
recent Illness and death of my hus- all, ,is-my prayer.
band.
Especially to the men at the mill, MRS. L. E. VOSS




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MRS. JAMES 0. MONTGOMERY

Miss Dorothee Zeimet Becomes the

Bride of James 0. Montgomery Feb. 3

At an impressive ceremony performed at the Long Ave-
nut Baptist Church at four o'clock Saturday afternoon, Feb-
ruary 3, Miss Dorothee Zeimet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Zeimet of Trier, Germany, and James 0. Mongtomery,
son of Mrs. A. G. Montgomery of this city, were united, in
marriage.
The Rev. John Alford of Tifton, Georgia, nephew of the
groom, officiated.


The young couple 'spoke their
wedding vows in a setting of mas-
sive 'arrangements of white gladio-
li Against a background of magno-
lia lISa6s. Candelabra entwined
with smilax completed the setting
FMrs. Martin Britt, organist, pre-
sented a program of traditional
wedding music and accompanied
Mrs. Don Laird who sang, "Be-
cuase" and "The Lord's Brayer".
The bride, given in marriage by
D. DM. Dewis, was radiant in a floor
length gown of alencon lace and


tulle. The long molded bodice of
lace featured a sweetheart neckline
outlined in ,seed pearls and irides-
cence. Long sleeves ended in calla
points on the wrists; The 'bouffant
skirt had wide 'panels of lace in,
front and back with full panniers
of lace on either side. from which
fell yards of tulle. Re-emnbroidered
alencon 'lace roses'were scattered-
on the full tulle skirt. -Her only or-
nament was a strand of pearls, a
gift of the bridegroom. The bride's
veil of imported illdi',:.n fell softly
to her fingertips from a brown of
seed pearls and iridescence in a
diamond design. She carried a white
Bible topped with a cascade of
white bridal roses.
Miss Patsy Lewis, niece of the
groom, was the bride's only attend-
ant. She wore a street-length gown
of coral pink 'with a lace bodice
and full silk organza skirt. A soft
drape of .pleated lace embroidered
in organza fell from the midriff
and was caught up ,gracefully to
form a bow in the back. Her head-
dress was circlet of white petals
with a 'pink nose veil. She carried
a cascade of white, blue-tipped car-
nations with pink ribbon streamers.
Joe Ferrell was best man anti
serving as ushers were David Mus-
selwhite and Grady Player.
The groom's mother wore a light
blue dress, pink hat and gloves and
black accessories. Her corsage was
of pink carnations.
Following the ceremony a recep-
tion was held in the church social


THE. STAR, Port St.-Joe, FI -- TFRRSDAY,-FEBRJARY 16, 1962

-Wr Highland. View Methodists.-- ES T Hn
To Present 'Gospel Sing' 0 V
The Highland.. View Methodist Instalaton
oil Church will present an .:old ifash- --"
r. and Mrs. DavidB. May of loned gospel sing Saturday night,. Gulf Chapter 191;, Order of Eas-
1309Mr. and Monumentrs. Davideue announce February 17 beginning at. 7:30. The t.rn Star, will have its annual in-
1309 Monument Avneue annDoulnce public is cordially invited to at- itallation of officers 'Tuesday, Feb-
the birth 'of a son,. Frank Douglas
on IFebruary 9. tend ruary 20, at 8:00 p.m. The services
o n February 9. Ans There will '.-be no admission. ill be held In the Masonic Lodge
Mr. and Mrs. John Billy Akns, but a free will offering will a on Reid Avenue.
Sr., of Ward Ridge announce the be taken.h p i 'ne
birth 'of a son, John Billy, Jr., on The public is inVited to-ttend.
February 9. 1 Special guest singers will Ibe lo- .. '* 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Nesley lio Adki- cal talent and guests from ?an- ATTEND P'A
son of 230 Seventh Street announce aima ity. Thte will' also *be con-
the birth of a daughter, Martha Re- gtegatidiil slinging. # UPORTRT T4HE SHARKS
nee on February 5. .
'Mr. and M1s. Dbos Kelly, Jr., o .
404 6th St., Highland View, an-
nounce the birth of -a baby girl, n TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
Debra Darlene on Februariy 6. *
Mr. 'and Mrs. Rober Louis Good- Sun., Frl., Holidys -- 2:45 p.m.
man, 111 Fuorth Street, Highlan 'Mon. thru Thdrs. -_ 4:45 p.m.
View announce the birth of a girl, Saturday 1. 2:45 p.m.
Roberta Leona on February 12. T A F A
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Whitehead, THURSDAY and FRIDAY
Jr., of 90i Garrison Ave., aindince.
the birth of a son, Joseph Wayne
on February-12.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital)

White City VFD
1T. USTINO SADRA DEE
Auxiliary Meets "'. .I J ,AVoIN
The -White City Volunteer Fire SATURDAY ONLY
Department 'Atxiliary met Febru- -
ary 7 at the home of Mrs. W. C. ITiS THE
Robinson. There were 13 meinbers Imo MADDEST
,present. After the business meet- Shatd man DASH...
ing adjourned, an enjoyable hour of ti o wes- B
fellowship and lovely refreshments' c hC I
were served. Hostsesses were Mis.
W. C. Robinson and Mrs. Rudolph.IAN
Shirah. The next meeting will. be -
at the home of Mrs. Ella Stebel,
February 21 at 10:00 a.m.
All women of White City are in-
vited to attend. DAVID_ -SmEll'. ; 0 1
Din La a "- NIVENMAcMINE 'YOUNG.

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For Sorority


Montgomery, Ala.-Diane Eliza-
beth Lay, of Port St. Joe, has 'been
tapped for membership in' the
Huntingdon College Chapter of
Beta Beta Beta, national honorary
biology fraternity.
To be 'eligible 'a student must
have a high scholastic 'average with
a major or ininbr in biology 'and
an 'active interest in the 'biological
sciences.
Miss Lay, a nlember of Hunting-
don!s Class of 19!64, is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. Dean,
419 18th Street, Port St. Joe.


abra was an arrangement of white
camellias. The punch bowl and wed-
ding cake were encircled ini pink
gladioli and standards of magnolia
greenery formed the setting for
the bride's table.
The bride's book table was cov-
ered inwhite. Beside the bride's
book was a crystal candelabrum
holding a white taper with white j
camellias at the base.
Mrs. L. W. Cox, Miss Alma Bag-
gett and Mrs. D. M. Lewis greeted
the guests and presented them to
the receiving line. Miss Andrea
Martin and .Miss Lila Dockery ser-
ved the wedding cake, and Miss
Nancy Tynes and Miss Treva Camp-
bell .poured punch. Mrs. John Al-
ford registered the guests.
Others assisting were Mrs. Joe
Ferrell, Mrs. Wilbur Smith, Mrs.
Grady Player, Mrs. A. P. Jackson,
Mrs. Herman Barbee, Mrs. A. P.
Martin, Mrs. Durel Brigman, Mrs. I


room. George Cooper and Mrs. Calvin
The bride's table was covered Musselwhitie.
with a white damask cloth. The Mrs. Montgomery .was educated
three-tiered wedding cake, topped at Volks School in llirang, Ger-
'with 'a miniature bride and groom, many. Mr. Montgdnmery, a graduate
was placed on one end of the table, of Port St. Joe Hikh School, served
and the crystal punch bowl holding a four year enlistment In the U. S.
pale green punch was at the other. Air Force, three ydrsd re spent
In the center of the table were in France and Gerntiny.
crystal candelabra holding white The couple will t'Nide at 411
candles. At the -base of the candel. Madison Street.


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TO ALL VOTERS AND PROSPECTIVE VOTERS

IN GULF COUNTY
NOW, the -registration forms aremin the following places with the fol-
lowing persons as deputies.

PRECINCTS 1, 2 and 3
At the Court House in the office of the Supervisor of Registration. (Also
you may register from any Precinct here.)
PRECINCT NUMBER 4
At the Store at Overstreet, with Mrs. Edha Hirdy as 'Deputy.
PRECINCT NUMBER 5
-At Player's Store, with Mr. Silas Player as Deputy
PRECINCT NUMBER 6
At Mrs. George Harper's Store, With Mrs. Hdrper as De p0ty.
PRECINCTS 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11
At E. T. Pridgeon's lisuance officee in 'Port St. Joeo with 'E. T. Pridgeon,
Jr., as Deputy.

WHO SHOULD REGISTER?
Those person who are not now registered to vdte in Gulf County and
,who Have lved in the county six months and the state 12 months, and
those who have hanged their names since they regiftered.
The forms will remain in these places until the books close for the
Elcetion, which will be April 7, 1962. Please do not wait until tlhe last
to register, but do this at once.
Those who have not signed and mailed the post card w iich was sent
you last October, please do so immediately. This is very Important if you
want to vote in the forthcoming elections. If you 'liih lost your cards,
write or cbme to see me at the office. I need to know your present ad-
dress and whether or not you are a free-holder in tfie eturfty, in order to
check you on the books.
Next week I hope to have a list of the voters Who litve not returned
their post cards. If your name is on that list, you are in danger of being
removed from the books.

Sincerely,
Supeviser o f Begstration

MRS. C. G. RISH


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S-- that Americans today 'recd mi6fe than they used to do, and .
read more solid stuff. BOW L 1
TE T A Some 200 United States libraries were queried and half O W LIN
I A of them responded. Their answers indicated that adult book 1
ubld E ThdaAt 306 Wilia Avenue, Pori stL Joe Florida circulation has climbed 30 per cent in the last five years.'
By The Star Publilhinoa com rSnnv Gains up to 44 per cent were reported in the West.
WESiUY 1. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher The libraries ascribe much of it to higher general edu- .
R.... reader and Bookke cation levels, more travel, plus fatter library book budgets :
Also Linotiye Ooerttor. Ad Salesman,. Photograftier, Columnist, Reporter, Proof r b k
-DIAL BALL 7-3i61 making more books available in many cities and towns. V
78161 They credit newspapers, magazines, and television (sup- By JAKE KOLLER i Vitro 14 10'
Entered as second-caass matter, December 19, 1937, at the Posto.fice, Port St. Joe, posedly the scourge of reading) with enlarging knowledge The bowlers of our league took SJPC Office 14 10
ora, under Act of March 8, 1879. osedly the scourge of reading) with enlarging knowledge to the skies as ten men rolled ma- Florida Nat. Bank 13 1,1
Iand interest and leading Americans to their libraries in ris- ill,
SOUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADANC and interest and ea Americans o their libraries m rs- gic 500's last week. Some of the. Costin's 10 10:
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MXONIHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.3 ing numbers. bowlers were accustomed to this St. Joe Motor ____11 17T
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or missiason in advertisements, the pblisheap It would seem that the evident success of the pocket score but a few broke the ice for Floyd Chevrolet _____ 4 16
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received tor t h
dvert.ement book on the American scene would indicate the hunger for the first time. Michigan Chemical -- 1 1
The spokenwo .Iven c. antattentiq; the printed ord is thought reading and also the lack of willingness to spend several dol-; On alleys one and two, the 'SJPO This week's matches are as fol-
weighed. The poken l* t bat4laaserts; the printed word thoroughly 00o00vin. lars for a book to read. Library service would solve this Office team took on the Florida lows:
%be spoken word w lostthe pointed wor a ns ma. National Bank team. The officeI Philco vs. St. Joe Motor, alleys
situation and also supply wholesome reading material staff robbed the bankers out of all one and two.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1962 Now is the opportune time to look for support for li- four points before they left the al-1 Floyd Chevrolet vs. Costins, al-
Sbrary services. The time is drawing near for campaigning ley. Leading the assault was T. C. leys three and four.
i M mAeMAMt Gimns MAmentUlm r for County Commissioners-controllers of any necessary "Doc" Williams who really had his Michigan Chemical vs. Florida
Library MolvilementGan m o e ntum funds for library service and far enough in advance of bud- nerves trimmed for this, night. National Bank, alleys five and six.
get l ni. tm t alo for thrg io of "Doc" rolled games of 180, 189 and1 Vitro vs. SJPC Office, alleys sev-
A serious movement'is.afoot in Gulf County-particular- get planning time to allow for thorough investigation of ser- 199 for a very fine 568 series. Lee en and eight.
ly Port St. Joe to provide library services for the county. vices available. Taylor helped the cause with his --
The cement is both serious has serious intent, what' 450. Tison, Howard and Ford took VISITING BOONES
The m ivement is both seriousand has serious intent, what turns with high games to finish out Mrs. J. T. Greenlee of Atkins,
with the inevitable result of creating a hunger for more and The Beinnin .the five. Florida Bank lost most of Arkansas is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
better.AInowldege.. y O ly gin i its punch having to bowl one man Tim Boone.
This question of whether to "have or to have not blind. Grover Holland helped a lit-
library service in the county, has been bandied about now A few weeks ago Health, Education and Welfare See- I tle but by far not enough.
for about a year with this individual. that individual. retary Ribicoff said he was working on a "great living pro- ( Vitro turned lose on Michigan T HOME
this civic club or that civic club mildly interested in library gram of human renewal" which would help more of the i Chemical again with everything
facilities even to the extent of getting state librarian over needy to become self-supporting and reduce the number of they had.. Vitro rolled games of
here to:explain the workings on several occasions. people on relief rolls. And he said the program might cost 873, 807 and 823 for a 2503. Four S A URDA
The; idta has received a smattering of interest and in- more than the current relief program, but that as welfare me enrolled 500's for Vitro. Leading
vestigation. The facts were mixed together but never allow- rolls were pared eventually the cost would be less. wiha 52.PRensdergraft Coloied'
ed to sethLNow maybe they will jellll, what the Secretary describes as "only the begin- with 522, Shaw with 515 and Me-
ThetStar as any newspaper would be is interested ning" of his department's reforms has been announced, and Clain with 508. Those Vitro men 5 H^MBURGERS
in having library facilities furnished. We are not particularly it's going to cost more, all right-some $17.3 million more e were "hot" that night. "Michigan
supporting collusion with Bay County in their, bookmobile during the next fiscal year. The states will, the Secretary goes as Medlin goes" might be the With Everything On It. .
serviceswithout investigating to .see if better service is avail- makes it plain, share half the added cost. In order to carry word but last week they were all M L A
pec own Ray Medlin, declining to top MILK SHAKE
able. We know there is a'library, now in the City Hall with out the welfare plans the states will have to increase the average in the league by less than
books checked out by city employees.., But, like all voluntary number of their welfare workers-or else. For if the states one pin over Jake Koller, rolled his
projects, such as t.is= library was, its choice of material is do not comply with the Federal department's new regula- lowest series of 473. Dean did fair
greatly limited.. We think',readding is the source of thinking. tions, Secretary Ribicoff says bluntly, "we cut off their to try and help with 444. vitro
And, we .nust think .if we are to advance, progress and sur- money." swept the series. BIG-(
vive in this technical and fast moving world. Rarely has it been made more plain just who is calling on alleys five and siv, it was the ROOM AND RIDE
*---A gopd deal has been sadly bit necessarily written about the tune for state welfare programs. And rarely have the same old story. Philco vs. Costin's
the inadequacy o)p American libraries in many areas, and the strange ways of Federal bureaucracy been more clearly ex- with Philco allowing the "Sweep-
total lacdlof them in many others. Sadly, this fact has been posed. For only a bureaucracy could conceive of adding ers" only the first game before
given scant attention in Port St. Joe- and The Star stands more employees and spending more money to bring about a urging them. Melton arnd Darling Teh
accused of beingone of the neglectful ones. But a new note reduction in the number of people on relief, were the top scorers for the Tech's
from Tyndall with 569 and 542.
of expectationis6 on the horizon for libraries and reading. If these welfare reforms are "only the beginning," it is Ashye Cosin broke into theselect ...i
'A reading interest survey by the American Library As- interesitng to speculate what will be the costs of the whole 'group on the Costin's team by
sociatiofirst on an annual basis since the 1940s, suggests "great living program." -Wall Street Journa' bowling games of 179, 169 and 157
.. for a series of 505. Keoller and
-.. P..ridgeon had 535 and 52S also for
S .. the 'Swepeers". SELF-SERVICING FEATURE
S. ... 30,000 miles between maj(
; ..... :,, -.- St. Joe'Motor rat into a tough miles betwt'enroi, changes
Floyd Chevrolet and 'had to give $ $
up three points to the Chevy group.
Floyd's suffering from postponed
,, ,., gam es were hot this night. George
ft Small was high with 420 for Floyd's.
SWhitehurt led the losers with 419.E T
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lo Meet Monday
Next Monday night, February 19
at the regular meeting of the High-
land View PTA the parents will be
featured in a question and answer
session. An able panel of school
people will be on hand to -answer
any and all questions which arise.
This group will consist of Superin-
tendent Tom Owens, who will also
represent the School Board; Super-
visor Briggs Scisson; Principal
Harry Herrington, Minnie Howell
as a classroom teacher and Tinker
Fendley, representing the PTA.
The parents will be given an op-
portunity to write their questions
ahead of time, as well as present
them from the floor at the meet-
ing. This should result in..varied
and interesting discussion.
The Rev. Reuben Davis, 'of the
Highland View Baptist Church will
present the devotional and repre.
sentatives from the Highland View
Boy Scout Troop will be on hand
to conduct the flag salute, in hon-
or of National Boy Scout Week.

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Retirement Social Security Benefits Are
Explained; Workmen Over 62 Due Funds
How retired do you have to be siderably more than $1200 a'year.
to collect checks under Social Se- In fact, some people can collect
purity? Out-of-date ideas on this benefits while going right on with
subject are costing retirement age their regular work.
people a lot of money, according to Carey says that a large number
John V. Carey, District Manager 'of of retirement age people in, this
the. Panama City Social Security area coul dproftt from the new
Office. rules but simply have not taken
Despite what many people think, the trouble to get the facts. Individ-
Carey says, a worker does not have uals who were over age 65 during
,to give up completely and sit on his all of 1961 must file their claims
porch to get Social' Security pay- for retirement benefits by January
ments. For several years the law 31, 1962, if they are to receive the
has treated a person with earnings full effect of the new retirement
of $1200 or less as fully retired test. A Social Security claim can-
-for Social' Security purposes. Ev3n not go back more than 12 months
beyond that, a recent change in the before the month in which it is
law makes it possible to collect actually filed. Many individuals age
some benefits while earning con- 62 and under 65 will also-find it to


befits *afl though they 4t'ned
more tlhlft $1200 in 1961.
Are you age 62 or older and till
working? Have you ever checked to
see if you might be eligible to re-
ceive Social Security benefits,
Have you ever applied for Social
Security benefits and been turned
down because you had not worked
long enough under Social Security?
If so, you may not be eligible for
payments because of changes in the
law, according to John V. Carey,
District Manager of the Panama
City Social Security Office.
Men may now choose to have
their benefits begin as soon as
they reach 62. However, just as in
the case of a woman worker, a
man who decides to take his bene-
fits 'between the ages of 62 and 65
will get less per month than he
would have received at the age of
66. This works out so that a man
who takes his benefits as soon as
he -becomes 82 will receive 80 per-
ecnt of the monthly benefit he
would have received had he waited
until he was 65.
In deciding whether he wants to
apply for benefits before he be.
comes 65, a man should weigh sev-
eral factors; for example, his
health, family situation, and prob-
able earning power in the immed-
iate future.
Carey further stated that as a
.result of another change in the law,
less work is required to qualify
for retirement or survivors Social
Security benefits. This means that
those ,people who could dunot qualify
previously, due to lack of suffi-
cient work under Social Security,
may now be eligible.
If you believe that any of these
changes in the law may apply to
you, please contact the nearest So-
cial Security District Office. The
office for this area is located at
1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama City
telephone POplar 3-5331.

LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
Congress of the United States
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Mr. Wesley R. Ramsey
Port St. Joe, Florida
My dear. Friend:.
I am very happy to learn of your
:selection as recipient of the Port
;St. Joe Junior Chamber of Com-
merce's Distinguished Se r v ice
Award for outstanding community
service. I feel that you have merit-
ed this honor by your splendid re-
cord of outstanding public service.
This is certainly an honor of which
you can be proud, and I take this
opportunity for extending to you
my sincere congratulations.
With all good wishes, I am
Sincerely,
BOB SIKES

Ed Smith In ROTC
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AUBURN-Edward Smth, son of
Mr. and 'Mrs. John Robert Smith of
Port St. Joe, is one of 12 cadets
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The program is designed to en-
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into flying with the Air Force. The
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Port-St. Joe High School Lists


Semiester; 6-Week Honor Rolls


Below is the honor roll released Atchison,., Carl Oscar Neel and Michael Anchors, Keitha Carmich-
by Port St. Joe, High. School for, the Cherry White. ael, Robert Boone.
third six week period and the first 7B: Bill Hutchings, Tim Rutland, 9A: Al Cathey, Ricky Godfrey,
semester of school. Rita Rasmussen, Carol Mapes and Paul Simmons, Billy Versiga, Mike
SIXWEEK-ALL "A" Charlotte Maddox. White, Kathy Garrett, Patsy Prince.
7B: Phyllis Miles. 7C: Bobby Ellzey, Ann Watson, 9B: Norman Peterson, Marie
7D: Rod: Bowdoin and Rainey Allen Humphrey, Clark Downs. Rhames, Ralph Chandler.
Fendley. 7D: Andrew Lewis, Boyd Merritt, 9C: David Babbitt, Robin Brown,
8A: Jake Belin and Pat White. Linda : Rycroft, Tommy Adams, Celia Creech.
8B.; Dennis Dawson. John Martin. 9D: Bob Craig, Billy Wager, Ron-
9A: Bobby. Atley and-Paula. Lov- 8A: Mark Rutland. nie Bordelon, Charles Thomas, Mar-
ett. 8B: Jerome Barnes jorie Woolford, Wanda Odum.
9C: Phyllis Smith. 8C: Carol Wager, Ann Belin, 10A: Myron Merritt.
10A: Kenneth Dykes. Jennifer Kennedy, Julia Ann Boy- 10B:. Sandra Bass; Jane Christian,
100: Ellis Stevens. ette. Ellen, Scisson.
12A: Mary Dell:RaPisey. 8D: Billy Antley, Robin Downs, 10C: Forrest VanCamp, Douglas
12B: Alice Land. Andy Trammell, Barbara Lewis, Ha-lman.
SIX WEEK<*'A,':and "B" Jacque Price. 10D: Albert Gentry, David Por-
7A: Mary-Linda Garrett, Tom-my 8E: Sherry White, Donnie Smith, ter, Gail Anderson.


THE T'AR. Port At. Joe, a. I THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1962

11A: Buddy Kenningtone. Mazie' Mable Stone, Bettie Patterson.
Stone, Mable Stone, Bttlie) Patter- 11B: Jan Rawls' Joel Barbee, Bill
son, Sharon Robertsc w Fite, Catherine -,Duren, Heleneve-
11B: Jan Rawls, Joel,- Barbee,
Barbara Whitfield, Cheryl. Chris- Rutland.
tian, Pat- McCormick, Heieneve 12A: Reva Oakes, James Gibson,
Ru:land,.-Rosa Lee Keels,- Connie Kay Creech, Ellen Kennington.
Munn. 12B: Barbara Bell, Sandra Brown,
12A: Reva Oakes, Joe Whaley, Sue Durant, Mickey Thompson,
David Nance, Kay Creech. Larry Davis, Fred Joines.
12B: Janice Anderson, Barbara
Bell, Sandra Brown, Mickey Thomp- Send The STAR To A Friend


son, Mildred Tillman, Larry Davis,
Chesley Fensom, F r e d Joines,
Johnny Ray.
SEMESTER-ALL "A"
7D: Rod Bowdoin, Rainey Fend-
ley.
SA: Jake Belin, Pat White.
8B: Dennis Dawson.
9A: Bobby Antley, Paula Lovett.
9D: Marjorie Woolford
10c: Ellis Stevens.
SEMESTER-"A" and "B"
7A: Mary Linda Garrett, Tommy
Atchison, Wayne Dozier, Cherry
White.
7B: Bill Hutchings, Tim Rutland,
Rita Rasmussan., Carol Mapes, Ed-
die McFarland, Phyllis Miles,.
7C: Bobby Ellzey, Ann Watson,
James Holstead.
7D- Andrew Lewis, Paul Strobel.
8A: Mark Rutland.
8C: Carol Wager, Ann Belin, Jen-
nifer Kennedy, Julia Ann Boyette.
8D: Billy Antley, Robin Downs,
Andy Trammell, Barbara Lewis,
Jacque Price.
8E: Sherry White, Donnie Smith.
9A: Al Cathy, Paul Simmons, Bil-
ly Versiga, Kathy Garrett, Patsy
Prince.
9B: Pete Fox, Marie Rhames.
9C:. David Babbitt, David Hen-
derson, Celia Creech, Phyllis Smith.
9D: Bob Craig, Billy Wager, Ron-
nie Bordelon, Charles Thomas,
Wanda Odum.
10A: Kenneth Dykes, Patsy Pat-
terson, Myron Merritt.
10B: Sandra Bass, June McKen-
zie, Ellen Scisson, Kathleen Smith.
10C: Forrest VanCamp, Douglas
Hallman.
10D: Albert Gentry, David Por-
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11A: Linda Price, Mazie Stone,


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may be seriotts and calls for an Im-
nmediate visit to your physician.
94. What is~a 'precancerous le-
sion"?
An abnormal condition or growth
that might become cancer if neg-
rected.
95. What are some precancer-


84. Why is a health examination- on bthaselves. ous lesions that the patient might
every year recommended when a i "911-What shouldd a person do discover?
person's health seems to be per-. who suspects he has cancer? White patches on the lining of
fect? shoulthe mouth; dry, scaly, itching -pat-
Because tables th:hysica e.should see his..physician at ches on the skin, particularly on
to -find unsuspected cancer or oth- once:-. Most of such suspicions ,the faces of elderly people,; sores
er diseases early enough to save will prove groundless and the pa- repeatedly caused by jagged teeth
lives:. An examination thorough- tient.will. ,berelieved of needless or ill-fitting dental plates; moles
enough to detect -cancer will also worry, subject to irritation. Such condi-
disclose (if present)' early signs of 92.>,Should all moles bearemov- tions should -be brought to the at-
tuberculosis,. .diabetes, heart di- ed? tention of a physician.
sease or other diseases. Statistics No.,But -when moles-are ,present 96. If the vocal cords are re-
. | . .. ,. . .


83. How can one guard himself
and his family against cancer?
First, by making certain that ev-
ery member of the 'family has a
complete, health ,examination once
each year. Second, by a prompt vis-
it to a physician if any of Cancer's
7 Danger Signals appears to obtain
an early diagnosisi.and immediate
treatment it cancer is discovered.
Third, by supporting- the American
Cancer Socety's attack on cancer
until a preventive or cure for all
types of cancer ,%eventually found;


STHE .STAR, Port St. Je. PFla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1962



CANCER AND YOU.


in places subject to rubbing or irri- ...... ,7 ... .. .. .. -
tation (and all those on the-hands, cancer, is it possible to learn to ret and available only from himself
feet or-sex organs), they should be speak again? and his associates.
eeore organs),t physician Yes, in a satisfactory manner, -He uses advertising, publicity
seen by a physician The an usually in a matter of weeks, by. and "testimonials," not reports in
should also e consulted about any a method called esophageal speech., reputable -scientific journals to sup-
mole or wart or evidenc of ul- Swallowed air is released in a por-t his claims.
in size or color r evidence f ul- controlled man n-er to produce -He discourages or refuses con-.
sound as it ,passes through the sultation with reputable physicians,
93. Is unusual bleeding always mouth as in ordinary speech. Me- claiming that the "medical trust"
a sign of cancer? chanical devices are also available is against him.
No. But on the -first evidence of but .are not widely used because of -He is quick to institute legal
bleeding.-from the nipples, from the unsatisfactory "performance and in- proceedings against -any person or
rectunc or: nthea..bladder, consult a convenience., group who questions his methods.
physlejan. ,Unuaual- vaginal .bleed-I 97. Does cancer usually cost -His chief supporters are usual-
ing at any time or any vaginal more to. cure than other major ly not practicing physicians.
bleeding after -the change of life, diseases? -His so-called "cured" patients









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If it doesn't, could be that your gasoline
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9 Its job is to fight carburetor icing. This
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Shell's "anti-icer" coats vital carburetor
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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
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performance.
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. Gaso0lln
containingTP ais covered byWU.S.Patenta889e12.


Alkylate helps control "high-speed knocd*
Gum preventive helps keep carbumetors
clean inside.
Anti-knock mix gives extra resistance tp
knock.
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 preca-.
tion, but it could save you a lot of trouble.


Not necessarily.- -It depends on-have no -substantial evidence of lean Oancer.Society hellks.dundreds
the type of cancer. Many are cured ever having:had cancer in the first of: scientists ancd rtsearch labora-
by simple, inexpensive means. place. ,tories in their search for mew-.'and
98. Why are cancer quacks 100. How can more-lives be.sav- .better way* of; detdetisg, 'dasnos-
dangerous? ed from cancer? :' ing-and treatingdicnce and-l.ytngs
Because they cause the patient to By three steps calling for per. .nearer the -ultltatai g*dil Obfiscov-
lose valuable time before getting sonal decision,and personal action: ering a cure ar .,a Waf ,t-pWgvent
proper treatment. In one report of 1. Early diagnosis. The family' all cancer.
64 cancer cases referred to reput- doctor can often detect early can- 101. How camonik fnd out-What
able hospital after treatment by cer when it is :still most curable. help is available frr a cancer pa-
quacks, 27 patient's died who might Going to him for regular annual tentt.
have .been saved if they had re- health examinations and consulting Call or write the nearest Unit or
ceived, proper treatment earlier, him if any of Cancer's 7 Danger Division of the AnIwtcan t,(aacer
Ten patients were mutilated for Signals appear makes early diagno- Society.
life. Most fortunate in the group sis possible. (This concluded the series of
were the 27 patients who quit the 2. Prompt, proper treatment and articles, "101 Qudstions About
cancer quack treatments in time following the physicians' advice. Cancer" furnished# by the Gulf
to receive proper medical care. His knowledge and application of County Unit of the~American Can-
99. How can one recognize a modern scientific techniques pro- cer Society and published as a
quack? tects his patients. | public service bljThe Star, Gulf
-His treatmenti- i' uuallv s- 9'rD,_- k A ...j .. "


.show that about half of those who
get a checkup for the first time
. have an unsuspected ailment that
can be successfully-treated.
85. W.hy is "early" so Import-
ant?
Because early cancer is less like-
ly to have spread -and is, .therefore,
more. readily cured.
86. Is cancer detection the re-
sponsibility of the individual or
the physician?
It is: the responsibility of both. On
this point Dr..Charles S. Cameron
stated in his book, "The Truth
About Cancer": "In no other dis-
ease does the. patient himself bear
so large a-share ob the responsibili-
ty for recognizing the subtle 'first
signs (as he does in cancer) and
for realizing that they are worth
investigating. In no other disease
does the patient alone influence .the
outcome to so -great a degree."
87. How can -one obtain a' can-
cer checkup?
By visiting the family physician
or inquiring of the local county
medical society or -the city or coun-
ty health department or Unit of the
American Cancer Society.
88. How can one find where
cancer can be diagnosed and ade-
quately treated?
The family physician or the local
Unit of the American Cancer, So-
ciety, the county medical society,
the county or city health depart-
ment should be consulted.
89. Is it necessary'to go to a
large city to get proper treat-
ment?
No. Many small communities
have every facility needed for the
proper treatment of cancer. Others
do not. Your ,physician will advise
you.
90. Why do many people delay
before consulting a -physician
when they .suspect they have
cancer?
Usually because they believe that
it is incurable. They do-, not under-
stand that cancer in its. early- sta-
ges is among the -most curable of
all serious -diseases and that the
responsibility for it rests heavily


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Larg Group of Cub Scouts and Parents

Met In Stacc H for Regular Meeting
'1


A very en'liusiastic .roup of .49
active Cub Scoutr a d their parents
met in the Stac HoAse-6h ThUrsday
night, February 1 at 7:3' f or the
regular Pack meeting. Also in at-
tendance were several boys, with
their parents, who were interested
in becoming Cub Scouts. Tle Pack
was honored by the presence ot
Troop 47 Scoutmaster John Simp-


Mrs. Bill Winters' Den 3 had pre-
pared the program for this meet-
ing using the activities theme for
January "Knights of Yore". All
boys of the Den took part in a skit'
"Welcome, Knights of the Round
Table", dressed in very colorful
and, authentic costumes complete
wtih shields, swords, helmets and
other armor. The skit was excep-


th servanc@ will b seen hil tie in Den i, aleo- 1 a eived a i. APil oi.i rAHE OAIR Port .,,..Jp6, fa. THIt.sDAV, PEtBUARY i, iL
Following the program Mri Wit.v dow at Costin's Bepartment Store. tion Cortificate from te boy..... o
berly conducted the business meet-' ubs earning awards and having Den 1. Making this presentation'set for the.year, .whici'will-be a .VITRO-.WIVESWILL ._.'
ing while the Cubs had a period of them presented at the meeting were was Chuck Roberts. dinner at the Seen Seas.- Restau- MEET TUESDAY .
recreation o uts ide. Supervising as follows: | The .next Pack'meeting will' be :rant in Panama City and, the at-. The Vitro Wives will meet Tues.
their activity were several fathers Strip on March 1, 7:30 p.m. at the .Sta tendance of. the Panama City Art day, February 20 at the plorida
and Den Chiefs. Petey Peters, Wolf; Chuck Stripe; House. Group's Exhibition scheduled at Power Lounge at 7:30 p.nm.
Petey Peters, Wolf; Chuck Roberts that time. It will also be the Instal- AlR wive are&rminded
A count of Cubs and parents Asstj Denner Stripe; Dennis Atchi- that time. It will also be the Instal- Al wies arereminded .
proved Den 3 the winner of the son, Wolf, Gold Arrow, Silver Ar- Palette Club To i .ofnew 1ffcers. Art Ap VISIT I
Honor Flag, which was given up row, Asst. Denner, Service Star; The prog iwil-l be. the Art Ap- VISIT IN TALU, AHASEE
very reluctantly by Den 1. The Greg Burch, Service Star; Wayne preciation series "Tours of Fam- Mrs. B. A. .Collier ad .h.Jdren
Honor Flag is earned by having Gentry, Gold Arrow, Silver Arrow, v tin os. Museums Around the World", visited last week with Mrs. Col-
the greatest percentage of their Service Star; Calvin Johnson, Ser- The Louvre, Paris, France; The lier's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. M. A.
membership represented at the vice Star, Bobcat, Asst. Dinner; The Palette Club is calling a National Gallery, Washington, D. Duggar in Tallahassee.
Pack meeting and is kept by the George Winters, Service Star; Mi- meeting for Monday, February 19 C.; The Museum of Impressionism,
winning Den until the next Pack ch'ael Wimberly, Bobcat; Doug Bow- at the Port St. Joe High School Li- Paris, France. Send The STAR To A Friend


son ana Koober. marw. '- tionally well present d and snowea meeting when the Honor Den is
. In the absence of Cubmaster much work and interest on the part again determined.
James H. Moore, the meeting was of Den other, Cubs and parents. Jh Simpson, Scoutmaster, con-
conducted by Assistant Cubmaster Den 3 also displayed a very attrac- granulated the Pack on their in-
George Wimberly. The meeting was tive castle prepared by Asher Car- terest, attendance and displays.
opened by the Pledge of Allegiance michael in connection with the
to the flag. month's Cubbing activity .along this Boy Scout Week. A display in oh
Boy Scout Week. A display in ob


1doin, Silver Arrow, Gold Arrow. jbrary at 7:00 p.m. All .members of
A Den Mother's Appreciation the club are urged to be there to
Certificate was presented to Mrs. greet new and interested people
Edwin Peters of Den 1 by the mem- who wish to become affiliated with
bers of her Den 'expressing their the club. Each member may bring
thanks for her efforts and inter- interested guests. The date for the
est. Jake Belin, Jr., Den Chief of final meeting of the club will be


IL ANAUA


Wanderlust proved to be the ;
undoing of an adventurous clerk 'I _
from Missouri who has bequeathed -
his name to a sizeable chunk of
Canadian real estate; in fact to
the largest and most scenic na-
tional park in North America- -
Jasper, 4,200 square miles, right
in the heart of the Rockies.
Jasper Hawes left his home in
Missouri shortly after the turn of
the nineteenth century and headed
north,0
By 1803 he had reached the
wide, fertile valley of the Atha-
baska and taken up trapping as
a trade.
There was a big demand for
furs and Hawes did right well
for himself as an independent it-
operator. The big fur companies
were moving in, however, so the Columbia boundary that the trap-
Missouri man thought it over and pers soon called "Tete Jaune" or
decided to join rather than fight "Yellow-head" because Jasper's
the big outfits. plentiful hair was more yellow
So, he took a job as a factor than blonde. And more than a
for the Hudson Bay Company, hundred years after this pass was
In his new job, Jasper appar- named for him, the Canadian Na-
ently thought it was high time tional Railways built one of its
to become a family man, so he transcontinental lines through
wed a- pretty Cree Indian girl, this lowest gradient of any pass
from whom he learned the Cree through either the American or
language. Within a decade, Jas- Canadian Rockies.
per and his wife became the proud But wanderlust was the "Water-
parents of ten fine children. loo" for the man from Missouri.'
Jasper built himself an impos- Returning to his shanty and family
Ing sod shanty near a spot on after one of his exploration and'
Lac Beauvert, a stone's throw trapping trips, Jasper gave up 'his
from. today's location of one of job with the Hurdson Bay Codm-
the world's most celebrated and pany, guided his brood through
luxurious mountain resorts, Jas-. the pass that bears.his name and
per Park Lodge. headed for the PacificCoast. ,
Fur brigades always made it a He loaded his family and poi-
point, to stop at Jasper's place, sessions on a raft for a hazard*;
Despite his success as a business-. ous journey down the FraserRiver
man, though, Jasper liked to be but. Jasper Hawes, his wife and
on the move. youngsters perished in one of-the
He found a short-cut pass Fraser's treacherous rapids when
through the Rockies just about their raft was overturned. Bult.U
on the i i resent AlhPrtsa-ritfah n~an a U -
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Md ,n* ;to la W trewche-I around .466dY platsaaui a
ver jijhtl7 with Qo la"d sprlakle and ,pwqeanifs I a good, water-oon'
ith a aampilng-f contt'.o Cover- serving practice. :Mulch- will also
g thes seeded area with burlap keep down weedL.growtbhj id rg'tn-
ill aid a hold in soil.moisture ic matter to the soil an-. promote
1til the seeds begin pualtng thru bettqrigrowth this summing r ibykeep-
oe soil. Be sure to remove the bur. ing 91e plant's root system 'p0ol.
p at this tme. During bloom, or immediately af-
It's time to plant lima beans, ter bltom, is a gOod time to"trans-
eets, carrots, cauliflower, collards, plant azaleas, camellias and dog-
ustard, radish, turnips and corn. wood. Transplanting is a major
's a good idea to prepare the seed,. risk for the plant. Disturb as few
ed a few weeks before planting roots as possible in the operation.
he garden and working in abou* Also, apply well-rotted organic mat-
'ur or five pounds of a 5-7-5. fertl- ter in the hole with the roots plus
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i* u -- contestants was narrowed 4own to
zaDet Browne Elizabeth Browe, a student of Si- -
enna College, Memphis, daughter-
u en Candidate of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Browne of-
Por St. Joe and Mary Ann Tytula
; te d also of Sienna College.
During the past week end, seven The girls make five more appear-
finalists in the Homecoming Queen ances before February 24 when the
contest at Christian Brothers Col- final choice is made.
;ege, Memphis, Tennessee, were so- Contestants for the contest were
elected. Judges were Anita Wood chosen by a committee from Mem- .
who was namd queen of this same phis State University, Sienna Col-
contest several years ago; Marcia lege, St. Joseph's College of Nurs-
Daniel, who dropped the decision to 'ing, Christian Brothers college and
Anita by an eyelast; Dean Osmund- City College of Memphis.
son of radio station WMC, Memphis -
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It's a good idea to begin your
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now to insure -a supply of the tall-
steinmed flowers throughout the
summer. For a continuous supply,
make your plantings about every
three weeks.
About -five weeks after the flower
-spikes bloom, the bulbs are ready;
to dig. Loosen them with a shovel
anl: pull up by the top. Next, clip
-off the top close to the bulb, dust
-*wth DDT and store in a well-venti-
lated,. warm place until the 'old
bulbs can ;bhe. broken off easily.
* Bulbs are usually "cleaned" two
weeks*after digging. Press the base
of new bulbs in Spergon or Arasan
dust and sprinkle with 3 to 5 per
cent *DDT dust to control thripls.
Store the bulbs in a cool, dry place.
Refrigerate the bulbs at about 38
degrees if they are to be held for
staggered planting several months
later.
SNasturtiums planted now will
give an abundance of color for
about two months. Stake carnations
and snapdragons for long, straight
stems. You'll want to disbud carna-
tions to only one bloom per stalk
and sucker the snaps. This elimin-
ates competition and will promote
larger blooms. Poinsettias should
.be out back now if you haven't done
it earlier. Prune them back to
about 12 inches of the ground or
back to the live wood.,
A number of annuals can 6be
*planted during February, including I
aster, balsam, blue lace-flower, ce-]
losia, chrysanthmeum, c o s m os. I
flossflower, gourd, marigold, morn-
ing-glory, nasturtium, rose-moss,
strawflower, sunflower, wishbone1
flower and zinnia.
Annuals that have large seed and
those that do not transplant read-
ily can .be planted in open ground
where they are to bloom. Sow the

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.."-" t-f "OR RENT: One bedroota a&id p'Pi-
Y UOW L l FINT I I # Hr vate bath, living room and TV
room privilege. All' well heated.
See at. 528 corner of 6th St. and
Woodward Ave. 2tp-2-8
FOR RENT: Furnished garage p-t
'- artment, 2 bedrooms. $55 month.
-'7,' ."Pay own utilities. 1015 Mon. Ave.
Call B. C. Gailliard 227-7396, 1009
S. FOR RENT: Small furnished ap- Mon. Ave. tfc-2-15
FOR FENT: U TfurnisWld two bed- artment. For Information call
-room ps.at t 61n- 'Qodward 227-2565, tfc-1-11 FOR RENT: Especially nice 2-bed-
Ave. $45.00 per mfionthCalb~r writeFOR- room furnished upstairs apart-
Ave. eront a write FOR RENT: 2 2-bedroom houses, meat. Phone 227-7341 or see at 1402
Ghassee ff ne 222-0550ex St. Joe Beach, furnished. 2bed- Long Ave. $66 mo. 2tp-2-15 -
li9hassee,' Off ephene 222-0a0, ext. room apartment, furnished, 9th St. i
349, home phone, 385-3139. fe 2-bedroom apartment, unfurnished, FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 .bed-
FOR RENTi Spacious 2-bedroom 9"h St. 2 one-bedroom houses, fur- room house; newly decorated, on
ftrnished apartment. nished, 9th St. Smith's Pharmacy. corner lot, with carport and stor-
e age space; nice yard and near
12th and Ptlm Blvd. Phone 2274481' FOR RENT: Exceptionally nice 2 school. Call 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m.
o- i27-l2_1. tfc-11-30I bedroom apartment. Upstairs. -
FOR-RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Phone 227-7341. tfc-l-18 WILL BUY or ake up payments on
House on Pa Blvd, good used name brand Automatic r
Phone 227A Geo. Wimberl tl FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- washing machine. Reply box 308,
one 2-, Geo. Wimbery ed apartment, upstairs, $35. mo. -
*' RENT-:. Duplex apartment atjLocated-522 Third St. Phone 227- FOR SALE: Adding machine, Un-
.FOR RENT: DuPalex apartment at 8642. tfc-1-18 derwood, 10-key. Webcor 3-speed
14th and. Palm.. Also .2 .bedroom record player. Call after 5:00 p.m. 5
.'home cr, '11'i St. Cecil G. Costin, Jr. FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house on Phone 227-8676. itc
SLoag Avef. 2 bedroom, house at
FOR RENT; Uifumrrshed'4-hrdrm. beach. C. W. Long. Phone 227-4686 FOR SALE: Baby bed with matt-
'house, 2 ba'hs, living 'room,. din- both houses are furnished, tfc-2-1 ress like new. Cost $50.00. Will
ing-room, kitchen, breakfast ronnm, take $25.00 cash. Phone 227-2356. t
utility room, venetian blinds, fire- F'OR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished b
place, gas heat. Near grammar' apartment. One and a half blocks FOR SALE: 2-hp. B & S gasoline b
schid6i $75.00 mo.' Call Mrs. 'James from town. Call Mrs. H. Brinson, motor. Cranks and runs good. c
Perlrt.' PTrT,"'.'-"2l- 1I"-l.1.1 "Phone 227-5756. $20.00 cash. Call 227-2356. 1p f
S(r-.'?'. ,t 3 J FOR SALE: 21' Coldspot chest type
,jj _s-i4 4 :-" ,- I freezer. Good condition. $250
cash. 1305 Woodward Ave. 2tp A
SB o s aly Admiral FOR SALE: Furnished cottage, I
SI' Beacon Hill. No down payment,
Do, I" Ba P no closing costs, $50.00 per month1
r 0.,. or Re gerat including interest. Immediate pos- T
session. $5,000.00 Call. Silas R.
5M Y Stone. 227-7161. tfc-2-15 N
NO PAYMENTS DUE TIL AY15 FORSALE: One duplex apartment
at 1210-1212 Palm Blvd. $12,500.00,
BUY NOW FROM OUR 'LARGE SELECTION AND no down payment, no closing costs,
STAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE ONCE-IN-A-LIFE-TIME $75.00 per month, interest included.
TA E ADVANTAGE OF THESE ONCE-IN-A-IFE-TIME all Silas R. Stone, phone 227-
FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS!: JUST THINK! NO 7161. tfc-2-15
PAYMENTS TO MAKE UNTIL MAY 15! FOR SALE
Three bedroom house wit h
-- breezeway, garage and oak floors.
S" -. On 90 x 165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave.
r- r-- ", 1To sell for only $350 down plus V
.. closing cost. Balance on FHA loan.,


The total price is only $11,000.
Two bedroom frame dwelling in
good condition on 15th St. Only
$7,500. 1
Have an old house on Seventh
Street located on two very nice
Io'S. Can sell for only $5,000. The
lots alone are a.-nji thalf the pric,
Two bedroom house II good 90po-
dition on McClellan Avenue. Caan
sell for total cost of only $6,937.91.
Pay $1200 down and assume FHA


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Annual Elementary

Basketball Tourney

Set for Feb. 15-16

The annual Port t. Joe Elemen
tary basketball tournament will be
played at the high school gymnas
urm February 15 and 16 at 4:00
p.m.
The purpose of the tournament is
to give the boys a chance to play
in the high school gym, and to de-
velop interest in basketball for fu.
ture years. Emphasis is placed
more on sportsmanship and enjoy-
ment of the game than on winning
the game.
The boys look forward' to this
event every year with great antici-
pation. Everyone is urged to a'-
lend and see these boys in action.
This event is sponsored by the
Port St. Joe Elementary School


capable nanas. Ve represent vay-
lower, nationwide movers. Call us stract Co. Stc-1-4
or f r e e estimates. SURPLUS S B T PITN
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument SANDBLASTING and PAINTING:
Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18 Boat trailers, refrigerators, etc.
See Warren Whitfield, phine 227-
NCOME TAX SERVICE: Call 64S- 3983, 106 Bayview Dr., Highland
4436 after 5:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. View. tfc-1-25
bliuck Gibson. 13tp-1-4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
THERE WILL BE a regular corn- FLORIDA. FN PROBATE
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge IN RE: Es'ate of
No 111, F. & A. M. every tirst and MANNING BRYANT SMITH,
bird Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
~ All creditors of the estate of
Manning Bryant Smith, deceased,
ROY L. BURCH, W. M. are hereby notified and required to
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec file any claims or demands which
Ill Master Masons cordially invited they may have against said estate
t.PTIC TANKS pumped out. Call in the office of Honorable Sam P.
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Husband, County Judge of Gulf
wick expert service. tic County, Florida, in the courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within six
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, calendar months from the date of
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet. the first publication of this notice.
ng first and third Tu esda y Each claim or demand must be in
rights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion writing and must state the place of
Iome. residence and pos'-office address of
the claimant and must be sworn to
AW'N MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 by the claimant, his agent, or his
hour. Cut your lawn and let me attorney, or it wlil become void ac-
orry with upkeep of mower. Gul f cording to law,
service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin c TOM FLEMING SMITH
on. Phone 7-7501 Administrator of the Estate
A. M.-Regular convocation ol 4t-2-8 of Manning Bryant Smith
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A,
d., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit .
ng brothers welcome. TAX RETURNSM
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lov-tt, Secretary Hae A Rfunrl Cnomingn


FRANK HANNON SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0 File Your
Registered Real estate Broker o. F.-Meets second and fourth Early
1221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-8491 Thursdays, 8; 00 p.m. In American
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write Rawleigh's Dept., FAB-100-18, $35.00 down, $25.00 per mIo. Phone each Friday
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PHONE BALL 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner.
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fn'n"
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Dear Friends:
Last week we did four days of hard shopping for you
from the nation's leading lines presented at the new Mer-
chanidse Mart (A fabulous modern 22 story building recent-
ly erected in Atlanta, the New York of the South.) Every
order placed represented the very best value obtainable. Ev-
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exciting new merchandise is rolling in daily. You are cor-
dially invited to come in and look it over. Your comments
favorable or otherwise) will be welcome and appreciated.
In the mail this week: a card from W. E.' Perkins,
Lynchburg, Vr. (a reader of The Star and this column).
On the front is a woe-begone picture of a man It
reads: AMBITIOUS, PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE WORK
HERE, And then, There's ME! Mr. Perkins pens: "Bet
you won't print this in The Tattler". Well, Mr. P., here
it is ... now back off! You will note this column is de-
dicated to "Better Selling" mixed with a little fun! Glad
to oblige. Every day brings new and interesting exper-
iences at Boyles. .. Have you seen the three new figures
in our windows? Two eight year olds, a boy and a girl
and a handsome grown young man (fibre glass, girls!)
Counting Don Haddan and Dennis Arnold, we've added
five new salesmen to our organization. The young ideas
forthcoming from Don and Dennis (not twins) are most
refreshing. You'll like them Happy, enthusiastic
and easy going pluggers, too! We don't realize how
wonderful YOUTH is until the years begin to turn gray
(maybe it would be more appropriate to say "hairs" in-
stead of years) Didn't want to emphasize that too much!
"Why did you have to buy such an expensive dress?" :
her husband demanded. "Well" confessed the wife, "I guess ?
Satan tempted me." "Then why didn't you say, 'Get theei
behind me, Satan?" I did but he looked over my shoulder,
and said. 'Fits you real good in back, too' ".
S'long. -RGB .


Student Council. Admission will be
15c for adults and 10c for children.
The Fifth and Sixth grades will
participate in this tournament. Be-
low Is a list of the boys who will
take part.
Helen Burkett's Sixth Grade
Kenneth Avant, Larry Cox, Jack-
ie Evans, Larry Griffin, Joe Hen-
drix, Frankie Jensen, Bobby Light-
foot, Mike Martin, Dave Richard-
son, Jimmy Stafford, John White
and Al Scheffer.
Billy Barlow's Sixth Grade
Fred Anderson, Eddie Booth, Bil-
ly Carr, Ruben Farmer, Jim Fen-
som, Cleve Johnson, Thomas 0'-
Brian, Roy Morris and Randall
Walker.
Frank Barnes' Sixth Grade
Lamar Butts, Mike Clark, Sidney
Dykes, Henry Hatcher, Lonnie Hill,
Emory Johnson, Jerry Nichols, Bill
Simmons, Knapp Smith and Jim
Vayda.
M. P. Huie's Fifth Grade
Charles Blackburn, James Cau-
sey, Mike Gainnie, Pat Gentry, Ken-
ny Hill, David Maddox, Bobby Ken-


nedy, Ricky Robertson, Joe Rooney,
Larry Snellgrove, Greg Weston,
Joel Harris and James White.
Mary Grace Smith's Fifth Grade
Randy Collins, Jimmy Godfrey,
Bill Hendrix, Jimmy Davis, Freddy
Harrison, Rickey Lovett, Raymond
Harper, Joe McLeod, Tommy Sim-
mons, James Cannington and Ray
Baker.
Juanita Jordan's Fifth Grade
Joe Rycroft, Robert Lynn, Daniel
Miller, Frank Gwaltney, Tim Grif-
fin, Mike Burkett, Quinene Cush-
ing and Will Ramsey.

MARY JANE BOBBITT
MAKES DEAN'S LIST
It was announced this week by
Dr. Richard Morley, president of
Gulf Coast Junior College, that
Miss Mary Jane Bobbitt, daughter
of Mrs. Marjoire Bobbitt, was one
of the 56 students who made the
Dean's List at the schooL

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By LAMAR MOORE
SIanes one and two saw the Glid-
den team sweep four points from
'th.g 0Cast Guard Tuesday night.,
Ray Medlin with a 499 and Dewey.
Patterson with ,453. were' the big
S.gins for' ddden. The -Coast Guard
teatm was "off" as they didn'tt have
a -man shoot a 400 series.

The Pulp Mill team and the Box
SPlant .were scheduled to bowl on
lanes three and four but the Box
*Plant failed to produce a team. The
Pulp Mill was awarded a forfeit of
,tour points. Joe Davis' 516 was high
for the Pulp Mill, followed by Rob-
ert Whittle's 482.


0A0-0


Sarge Zelichowski's 515, Manz's
512 and Ted Grabowski's 507 were
to much for Michigan Chemical as
.Vitro. took four points on lanes five
"and slL.
-The Votro team shot a 2385 for
high series for the evening. Bob
Freeman, after a slow start, wound
up the night +th a 461 for high for
.-Michigan Chemical.

I wonder what happened to the
Paper Mill team on lanes seven and
eight. The Maintenance Cre w
knocked Paper Mill out of second
place when they took all four
points. Genson's 476 and Mc-
Croan'a 468 were highs for Main-
tenance. Fead Ethridge's 453 and
-Andy Jordan's 432 were high for
a cool Paper Mill.

High Team Series, Vitro, 2385.
'Second High Team Series, Pulp
*Mill, 2222.


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Third High Team, Glidden, 2181.

High Indiviudal Series, Davis, Pulp
Bill, 516. ....
Second High Individual Series, Zel-
ichowski, Vitro, 515.
Third High Indivdual Seres, Manz,
Vitro, 512.

STANDINGS
Team W L
Vitro 57% 22%
Pulp Mill 48 32
Maintenance ---- 45 35
Paper Mill 44% 35%
Glidden 41% 38%
Box Plant 26% 49%
Michigan Chemical 26 50-
Coast Guard 26 54

Monday,' February 12 on alleys
one and two, Leven's Custo Shop
met Phillip's "66" and spotted them
56 pins per game.
Phillip'a last 'three out of four,
however, they were handicapped as
two men bowled in the blind. They
won the third game by scratch.
Frerell and Wynn had a 364 and
414 respectively. Lee Taylor help-
ed his average by ,bowling a 460
series.
"Sarge" Zelichowski, on the win-
ning team, had a fine series of 513.
Bill Galvan had good -series, going
until he met third game with a 121.
Even so, he had a 469. Ralph Ward
had a series of 453 'and had five
3-10 splits of which he converted
four of 'them. R. B. Richardson and
Wayne Lighthill had a 372 'and 426
series respectively.
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'On alleys three and four, Stone's


a d9mpeted 6Atanst Pritdon 4 .4 series. Tom Ford h Wd o' serIes
Agefly losing four to the mighty bn alleys, ve and six Pat's Won, while Atkinson, White and' Gibson
hurlersd : pa aainIA Pat' each bowling two games had scores
Warii* Murdock, bowling as al of 329,250 and '321 respectively.
chor man for the Pridgeon teat.i, t o o f points..
Pat's jrishmen hit Pylant's hard
bowled a fine game of 523. Zimmer- On alles e and eight, Woo-
SIn the first n econ ga sut alleyseen and eight, Wool-
an bowled collapsed thethird exceptfor ford's met Pa'te' Shell taking only
a total of 481. 'Tommy Pridgeon ar
had two good cores of 18- an Boden, whobowled a 173 to give two points.
had two good scores of 178r and_ .I- ,. i
167, but having four split in the him a 457. series. "Ski" Grabowski 'iPate's stomped Woolfords the
third game, could only mster a had a series.of 427 and B; I. Mob- first game winning scratch by 93
115 for a series of 460. Costin had ley a 439. ake'ollerhad two fine pins allowing them the advantage
a 441, and Nedley a 423' fo.-the games of 200 and 169 but fell down to -take total pins.
winners. N-' with a 126 for a series of 495. Ron :Warren Yeager bowled well
Pendergraft; bowled a series of 536. above his average with a very fine
Stone's Bar bowled two men in Pylant's kept driving, hard 'and series of 515. Bill Tew bowled three
the blind which handicaps a team. won the third game by 71 .pins. Bob fine games for a 486 series and al-
Martin had a 355 and Collins a 403 Shaw bowling as anchor, had a 501 so picked up the difficult split of
with a fine first game of 165. Pat series. Randy McCOlain had a fine 6-7. Luie Holland- had a series of
Kelly had a 449 series, third game of 181 giving a 492 378, Curtis Lane, 388 and Don


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Sharks iop Games To Bay High and

Quincy; Enter NWFC Tourney Tonight

The Port St. Joe Sharks had an to the NWFC Tournament tonight
extra bad week on the basketball in& Quincy at 7:.0 .p.n. against see-,
courts, losing both games played- ond seeded Marlatana. The- Sharks'
to Quincy and Bay High. dropped 'one of their regular season
Last Friday night the Quincy\Ti- games to Marianna earlier in the.
gers, led by John Andrew Smith's season. .
23 points, outscored the Sharks in Next Tuesday-night the Sharks
every quarter to gain a 63-45 vie- will play host to 't Wewahitchka
tory on the Sharks home court. Gaters on the 1kct,!court with the
The Tigers had only a slim five- preliminary game' beginning at 7:00
point margin at intermission., but p.m.
the shooting of Quincy's Thompson -"
and Thomas put the game on ice Student Council ews
for, the Tiger&. Student Coun i N.W.
Johnny Ray and Freddy Chason By MILDRED TILLMAN
led the Sharks with 13 and 12 This Saturday, members of the
Thispoints respectivelySaturday members of the
points respectively. Port St. Joe High School Student
The loss left the young Sharks Council will be working in the an-
with a record of six 'wins against
nual Student Council, Work Day.
nine losses. The students will be "hired oit"
The Baby Sharks gave the Port for the day in return fo_ a dona-
St. Joe fans a win however, defeat- tion to the Student Counil'
ing the Tigers 36-34. Approximately 20 jobs have been
Sharks fg ft tp- Quincy ft ft tp lined up according to the Council,
Kennedy 2 0 4- Smith. 9& 23 largely through the much-appreelat-
Ray 6 1. 13Thompson 6 & 2 .ed efforts ef Retail Merchant's -1-
Chason 6 2 12 Earnest 2 1 5 vision Chairman,. Dave May. So.
Griner 4 0; 8 Thomas, 4 2 I don't 'be surprisedd when 'you 'e
Johnson 0 4- 4 Jensen 1 g2 new faces or the neighbor's off.
Eells I 4- -2 .Jones 1..1 3 spring in your favorite stores this.
Martin o 2 2 Saturday.
Score by quarters: ..
Port St. Joe 10 15 9 11--45 rt
Quincy 11 19 10 23--63 e

The Port St. Joe Sharks traveled Is Taken By Death
to Panama City Monday night toj Is
do battle with Bay "High's Torna- .. -
does, but came home with a 73-42 John Louis Stewart, age 72, pas-
does, but came home with a 73-42 ea .a a Panama
d... sed away Saturday in a Panama
defeat. City Hospital. H ewas, a resident of
Shark Coach Marion Craig clear- Highland View.
ed his bench in the second. half, Stewart is survived by his wife,
giving his players experience.. Mrs. Nancy J. Stewart, Highland
The Sharks made 26 of their 42 View; three daughters, Mrs. Winna
points from the free throw line. Mae Todd and Mrs. Gerotha Haney
George Boyer was top scorer for fo Port St. Joe and Mrs. Grade
the Sharks with 10 points, all from Alymer of Middle Village, N. Y.;
the charity stripe. James Kennedy three aons, Odel and Doyle Stewart
trailed with nine, seven of which o. -Highlnd View and--Leo .Stew-.
were foul shots, are, Geneva, Ala., Green and Jerry
Larry Griner picked off five of Stewart, Ponce DeLeon; and one
Port St. Joe's 18 rebounds, sister, Mrs. Ozzie, Baltwell of Sob-
The Sharks opened with their us,- comb, Ala..and, eight grandchildren.
ual control game and held the scor- Graveside' services were':held at
ing to four.points, per team in 'the 2:30 p.m. Sunday, February 11 at
first four minutes. the Verni' Oemetery with the Rev.
Bay started a halt court press Charles H. Harthern officiating.
with three minutes left in th-e first Pallbearers were Lloyd E. Todd,
period and was ahead, 13-8, when Sanford Haney, B. C. Lee, Frank-
the buzzer sounded. The Sharks lin Lee, Walter Bodie and B. F.
'made only one 'ield. goari&Athe\op- Lee..
eni.ng period, but had,. ,ix. froe ,onforter Funeral Home of Port
shots ?e was in charge of arrange-
The Tornadoes continued to out- .mnts.


score the Sharkaa in veve t quiirt
by virtue of their eontrol- of the
.-Ubckboards.
The Sharks Jayvees were also
the victim of a Bay High atpck,
losing by a score of 63-47.


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SRD Budget Hearing
For District 3 Slated

State Road Department budget
hearings for District Three 1ill be


Sharks fg ft tp Bay fg t tp held March 5 and 6, William T. Ma-
Boyer 0 10 101Nixon 7 2 16 yo of Tallahassee, Road Board
Kennedy 1 7 9 | Jencks 3 2 8 member for the 16-county area, an-
Ray 4 0 8 Williams 4 1 9 nounced this week.
Gibson 0 3 3 Prater 5 3 13 Gulf County will present its road
Chason 2 1 5 I Marshall 5 3 13 needs on March 6 at 12:30 p.m. in
Griner 0 1 1 Graham 0 1 1 Tallahassee at the Road Board of-
Barbee 0 4 4 Gilmer 2 0 4 (ices.
Ruckman 1 0 2 | Sullivan 2 1 5 Budget hearings are held every
Paul 10 21 spring to determine the highway
Skipper 1 0 2 needs for each district prior to the
Score by quarters: adoption of the Road Department's
Port St. Joe 8 13 7 14-42 operating budget for the approach-
Bay High 14 27 14 18-73 ing fiscal year.
0 4 The hearings are open to all
.The Sharks make their entry in- county commissioners, members of
Ltt n W the State Legisla pe: other pablic
Don Huffman had a first game officials aid a. a sted cisew.
134, then came back in the second Mayo said .
and third games with a 203 and
214 to give a 551 series. Adams-gave
strong help in the second and third boys are looking forward to wear.
games with 168 and 175 for a ser ing them. It may not help some of
les of 492. Jim Boyer and Troy the boys' averages, but they should


Gay had a 440 series and Ron Potts
had a 386.;,.
Next week the games will be as
follows:
Woolford's vs Pylant's; Pat's
Wonder Bar vs. Pate's Shell Ser-
vice; Leven's Custom Shop vs.
Stone's Bar; Pridgeon's Agency vs
Phillip's "66".
By GEORGE BOYER
The Sharks Bowling League
took to the lanes'again with Boyles
still remaining on top, but by a
very slim margin. Boyles, with a
14-6 record and WJOE close behind
with a 12-8.
All the teams should have their
new shirts by February 17. All the


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There were a few more aplits
this week. Herbert GarditBr got a
3-10; Frank Scott a 5-10 and Rod-
ney Herring a 2-7.
This past week the Florida Bank
changed their name to The Star.
The top six 'for the .past week
are:
Games Avg.
Charles Zimmerman .._ 15 .164
Frank Scott ... 15 .152
Joe Whaley 12 .143
Wally Dodson ...-....... 15 .137
Carl Zimmerman ... 15 .132
Iloyd Gardner ... 15 .132
Sonny Beus .15 .181

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