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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 22, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with It
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


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

TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1962 NUMBER 21


LEGION OFFICERS, DIGNITARIES-Pictured above are, left to right .
Mrs. Flarazelle Connell, President of the Willis V. Rowan Legion
Auxiliary; William Macklin, Second District Commander, Mrs. J. B.
.Oakley, Second District President, Legion Auxiliary and John T.
Simp.sn, Commander, Willis V. Rowan, Post 116, American Legion.


District 2 A mrican

S'Legion Meet,'-

Legion Meet/ Iere


On February 16, the Willis V.
Rowan, Post 116, American Legion.
and Auxiliai:y was host and hostess
to District II of the Anierican' Le-
gion of the State, of Florida. "
Guest of honor, were William
Mackl k,- Second District- CrCInMaMn-9
der ai' .Mrs. J. B.. bakly, 'Second
District 'President' :.F te American
Legion Auxiliary.
.John Simpson, Cohtmrnar dr of
Post 116, g.'.'e the opening address,
and Mrs. FIl:l.ielle iConell. pre.i--
dent ot ith .'.uxiliarv welcomed
menil .-r .-J1 .'r "- ..
The, Legion Hall was b'ffilutifuly'
decorated with' flbowerg 'donated by,
Past Cdmm'ander, AbThrt. Tlhames.
and his .wife. ., ,,
;Everyone enjoyed a turkey din-
.mer and all tiWe trimmings. Follow-
ing the dinner, Commander Mack-.
lin-gave a: very interesting talk on
Americanism -and how it should be
reminded in. our schools.
.Mrs. Oakley gave. -'a short talk
,.n'how she had enjoyed; working
with the Auxiliary and she was
.pleased with.the. work now accom-
plished 'by the group.
Rev. J. J: Hill closed the meet-
ing with the benediction. .

'Elementary School Science ,
Fair Starts Feb.. 26,

The Port St. "Joe .Elenentary
School Science Fair beOin jg-Feb-'
ruary 26 and continues throughout
the week. .
This, year the science projects of'
the various gradeswill 'be.display-
ed -in the classrooms.
Material 'to he displayed will
show many phases, of- living things,
sound, -power, electricity, seasons,.
air, clothing, weather, space, water!
and the age of-reptiles.
VisitorA are asked to come after
2:4Q, p.m, .each day .or, at .any, time
on Friday-which is an evaluation
day. .


Saptist Laymen

Led Revival Is

Now Underway


A grz.wp ,f Baptist laymen are
a si.ting'the local Baptist churches
in layvmen-fed revival meetings.
Theie laymeni are from various
-part, of Flor and'North Caro-
lina. They ,wi~e directing a pro-
rarn .:,t frAitatL' in each church
-dim r 1i -"pF an c, onducting an
evangelistic service 'in 'each church
at 7:30 :p.m. each evenag. These
services are Do:iw iiniprogress and
shall continue through Suniday eve-
ning. The public is invitedd to attend
the evening services in the Baptist
Church of their choice.
Two laymen are assigned as di-
rectors in each church. These will
be assisted 'by other laymen who
'will ibe visiting as well as by many
laymen from the local Baptist
churches. The directors for the
various Baptist churches are: First
Baptist 'Church, Fax Rice from
North Carolina and Victor Jones
from Jacksbnville. The Highland
View Baptist, Wayne DeHart from
Hickory, North Carolina and Ray
Will from Jacksonville. Long Ave-
nue Baptist -Church, William Mitch-
ner 'and. W. E. Medlin of North
Carolina The White City Baptist
Church, Len Wiggins and- Sam
Hargett also of North Carolina. In
addition to these leade0's"other lay-
men will 'assist who are from St.
Petersburg, Ocala, Palatka, San'ford
and other parts of Florida and
North Carolina. These men repre-
sent many. occupations and profes-
sions. Among them are executives,
engineers, lawyers, doctors, farm-
ers, bakers, merchants, etc. Each
one is a dedicated Christian and
loyal church member.


Troy W. Jones

Qualifies for

Representative

Troy W. Jones 'became the first
qualified candidate in Gulf County
for the May 8 Democratic Primary
this past Tuesday, when he quali-
fied with the Secretary of State to
seek the office of Representative
for Gulf County.
Jones is a resident of Port St.
Joe, along with his wife, Addie Lou
and three children, Troy 6, Debra 4
and Robert, seven months.
This is Jones, first try for public
office.
The candidate has lived in Port
St. Joe and Gulf County since 1954
and is employed by the St. Joe Pa-
per Company in Quality 'Control .as
an assistant paper -tester.. He is a
former vice-president of the United
Papermakerts and Palperworkers,
Local 379 union, 'but has resigned
tha. position to devote -his time to
the Representative race.
Jones told the Star editor that
"I feel like I can represent all the
people of Gulf County. I have be-
come concerned with the way of
life in American politics and feel
I -can do something to preserve De-
mocracy as -our forefathers knew
it."

Student Council Members
Have Annual "Work Day"

This past Saturday, .members of
the Port St. Joe High School Stu-
dent 'Council reported for work in
many of the 'City's stores for the
annual Student Council Work Day.
Participating merchants were:
Pylant's, Buzzett's Drugs, Western
Auto, IGA Foodliner, Carp's, Pure
Oil Station, St. Joe Hardware, Cos-
tin's Department Store, Boyles De-
partment Store, Christo's 5 & 10,
'0. .M. Webb's Store, St. Joe Fumn1i-
ture, Smith's Pharmacy, Campbell's
Drugs, St. Joe Motor Co., Roche
Appliance Co., Pate's Shell Service,
The total' profit from the Work
Day pulled the Council out of the
red and some of the remaining
funds will be -used to pay for ex-
penses entailed in attending the
convention of the Florida Associa-
tion, of Student 'Councils 'and cam-
paigning for the office 'of Vice-
President of the Association. The
Council would like to 'express its
deep appreciation to all the mer-
chants who so willingly scheduled
workers. This was one of the most
successful' work days in some time.


PTA Founder's Day

Set For Tonight

The annual PTA Founder's Day
observance will 'be held i the Ele-
mentary School 'auditorium tonight
at 7:30 p.m.
This joint meeting with the Port
St. Joe High School PTA will hon-
or-the past presidents of both
PTA's.
Guest speaker for the evening
will 'be Mrs. Ann McMinn, PTA
president for, District Two.
All parents and school friends
are invited to attend this special
program.


County Discusses

Road Program

With City Board

County. Commissioners E. C. Har-
den, Leo: Kennedy and A. J. Strick-
land were present to discuss the
City's requests for paving under the
secondary road plan.
Original plans of the county call-
ed for the paving of Avenue 'A"
and Avenue "B" in Port St. Joe.
The City asked that Avenue "A"
be struck from the paving request
since water and .sewer had not yet
been laid in the street and it would
be necessary to tear up the paving
to lay the utilities. The Commission
asked that Avenue "E" from Hod-
rick to Battle St. be substituted.
County Board Chairman E. C.
Harden told the Board that this
could be done. He told the City that
a mistake had been made in inclu-
sion of Marvin Avenue in the first
paving request. He said the county
would .not have enough money for
the first request from the State
Road Department but planned to
request that the street be paved la-
ter in the year.
The City let 'bids on electrical
equipment to light the new softball
field near 'Centennial Field to Gen-
eral Electric Company of Tallahas-
see for $1,259.58.
Bids were also let to Edwin R.
Jenny of Ft. Myers for 700 feet of
fire hose for a total of $625.00. The
successful 'bidder also presented the
City with two fog nozzles free of
charge along with the purchase of
the hose.


Costing Bows Out

Of HousrRc ce

Rep. Cecil G. '*-:-tti, Jr., announ-
ced on Friday, February 16, that
he would not seek re-elWdtion to the
House of Representatives this year.
Rep. Costin stated that, in the
event the re-apportionment: amendr
ment was adopted 'by the people Of
Florida he would probably be a can-
didate for State Senator from the
district comprising Gulf, Calhoun
and Washington counties.
*Costin said that he was primarily
interested now in getting the natur-
al gas distribution system under
way in the 'City of Port St. Joe,
Costin is the newly elected presi-
dent of St. Joe Natural Gas Com-
pany, with Benjamin H. Dickens as
Vice President and Ashley M. Cos-
tin as .Secretary and Treasurer.


Rev. Hollyfield To

Speak to Presbyterians

Rev. W. G. Hollyfield will
preach in the Bethel-by-the-Sea
Presbyterian Church at 9:00 a.m.
and the Port St. Joe Presbyterian
Church at 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday.
Mr. Hollyfield is a..senior at Co-
lumbia Theological Seminary, At-
lanta, Georgia. He will graduate at
the end of the present semester.
He is 3,0 years of 'age, married and
(Continued On Page 4)


Little Boys Baseball Elect New Officers


The Little Boy's Baseball League
held a meeting Monday, February
19 -with 'a good attendance. Sev-
eral important issues were 'brought
up.
. An: election of officers was held
with the following to serve dur-
ing the coming season: W. L. Win-
ters, president; W. J. Herring, vice-
president; W. B. Simmons, pur-'
chasing agent; Joe 'Parrott, "'ea-
surer; Mrs. Margaret Thomason,
secretary; Mrs. L. W. Cox,-vice-
president in' charge of concessions
and Roy Burch, player agent. An.
umpire-in-chief was .not.. appointed'
'until, a later date. U
The group present expressed
their sincere thanks to A. R. Ma-
jor for a fine job of leadership dur-
ing the past season. Mrs. Ralph'
Macomber was commendedd for a
good job with the concesaidip for.
last year.
The team managers- and sponsors&
for the coming, season 'are as fol-
lows: Box -Plant, Ralph Moss; St,
Joe Hardware-he '., Star, J Leroy
Bowdolin; Rotary, Lamnar Moore;'


Civitan, Walter Graham; Western Standard Oil Co., John Dickey; St.
Auto-St. Joe Motor, Jimmy Burke; Joe Paper Co., Ed McFarland; Em-
George Tapper -Co., Bob Faliski; ployees of Michigan Chemical, Jack


Leadership Training School Is Now

In Progress At First Methodist Church


A leadership Training School is
in progress at The First Methodist
Church this week. Three courses
-are ,being offered 'with classes held
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. "
Rev. Elvin T. Edgar, Pastor of
Fulton Heights Church in Mobile,
Ala., is 'teaching a course, for .Chil-
dren's Workers. This course in-
volves materials, methods, ap-
proaches, etc.
.Rev. Walter Albritton, Pastor of


Ala., is teaching a course entitled,
"Christian Beliefs". This course in-
volves the 'base beliefs of the
Christian Faith, their origin and
importance.
These courses are sponsored by
The Commission on Education of
the First Methodist Church, under
the direction 'of Mrs. Purvis A.
Howell, chairman. Other Methodist
Churches of the area have been in-
vited to participate and all inter-


Pine Forest Church in Pensacola, ested persons are welcome to at-
is teaching a coursee entitled, "The tend these classes.
Use -of the Bible With Youth". This These courses are built for com-
course involves interpretation, me- pletion in three nights with two 50
thods and relationships. minute class periods each 'evening.
Rev. George Gilliert, Pastor of The courses will conclude on Fri-
The Methodist Church in Ashford, day evening.


City


Lights For Reid


Agree to Garden

Club Request

A total 'of 22 visitors came be-
fore the City Commission Tuesday
to cause the 'business meeting to
drag out until 11:15 disposing of
the several requests that were pre-
sented for solution.
Glenn Boyles and W. C. Roche
appeared before the 'City Commis-
sion representing the Retail Mer-
chant's Division, with a request
from this body.
The request was for additional
mercury vapor lights on 'Reid Ave-
nue. The speakers" 'told the Com-
mission, that at present, lights on
only one side of the street gave the
business district a one-sided effect'
at night. 'The speakers presented
a recommendation from the Florida
Power Corporation recommending
a total of 20 lights on the street to
do an effective job. A request was
also made for lights in the alley-
ways to provide for safety and
night protection.
The City agreed, after a. period
of discussion to instruct the Flor-
ida Power Corporation to place the
recommended number of lights on
Reid,' taking up the present lights
and replacing with properly spaced
concrete poles. The recommneda-
tion for alley lights was also agreed,
to, with a eightt .to be _placed in
the center -of each bldck: of Rei
between Second.and FourtL Street.
Other lights accepted, by the
Commission were the austallation
of 'five' between 'the hltiodis t
Church and ,Sixteenth Street and
a mercury vapor light at the emer-
gency entrance .of the. 'Hospital.,
BALL :FIELD REQUESTS
A group headed by Bill Winters
approached the City 'Commission to
do some work on the Little Boys
Baseball Fields in preparation for
the coming season. The goup asked
that: .the American League field be
reversed 180 degrees; install per-
manent fences; ereci new back-
stops, 'bleachers and +dugouts; re-
pair the -diamonds and construct a
footbridge across the canal between
the National and American League
fields.
Mayor Hannon told Winters that
they would receive bids later that
night on fencing (which they took
no 'action on) and would 'do as many
of the other items as they thought
could be accomplished under the
Budget.
GARDEN CLUB REQUEST
The City took further action on
a request of the Port St. Joe Gar-
den Club for the lease of some pro-
perty in Forrest Park for .the -erec-
tion of a club house. The City
agreed to go into lease agreement
with a Board of Trustees appointed
by the' club for 'eight-tenths of an
acre on the South end of- Forrest
Park where the drain canal turns
toward St. Joseph Bay. The agree-
ment will be .on a $1.00 a' year
lease renewable every 10 years.
The property will revert to the
City should it be abandoned by the
Garden Club or be used for any
other purpose.
Mrs. Terry Hinote and Mrs. Ralph
Nance represented .the Garden
Club.
OTHER BUSINESS
Mrs. W. 0. Howard and Mrs. J.
C. Price, instructors at Port St. Joe
High School appeared before the
Board to appeal a ruling concern-
ing driving nails in the floor of the
Centennial Building in decorating


Richter; Player's Grocery, Ellzey
Williams.
IMPORTANT 'DATES
Sign-up (bring birth certificates)
April 2.
Player selection, April 6.
Barbecue, April 7.
First league game, April 22.
It is anticipated that repairs to
the playing fields will be made in
the near future.
A flag pole is to be erected near
the fields and it will ibe raised be-
fore 'the start of each game.
Any boy whose eighth birthday


comes after July 31 and whose 12th A spring fashion show, sponsored
birthday comes 'before August 1 by the Port St. Joe Garden Club,


of this year is eligible to partici-
pate. New boys are urged to 'bring
their birth certificates to the field
on April 2.
There seems to be very much in-
terest in the program this year
and all those associated with the
League are working very -hard to
make a successful season.

8HOP AT HOME


will be held at the Centennial
Building on Thursday, March 15
beginning at 8:00 p.m.
The following stores will' partici-
pate: Costin's Department Store,
Boyles Department Store, Pylant's


Natural Gas Bids



Will Be Let Soon i


St. Joe Natural Gas Company proposes to call for
bids in May for the construction of a distribution sys-
tem in the City of Port St. Joe so that natural gas may
be served to the residents of the City. In a recent meet-
ing, Cecil G. Costin, Jr., was elected President of the
Company, Benjamin H. Dickens, Vice-President and
Ashley M. Costin, Secretary-Treasurer.
Costin stated to the editor of -The Star that common
stock subscriptions would be available for purchase by
the people of Gulf County and any persons interested in
purchasing common stock in St. Joe Natural Gas Co., Inc.,
could, subscirbe for such stock at 221 Reid Avenue, Port
St. Joe, Florida. A minimum of 100 shares will be sold to
any one person at $1.00 per share.
Any person purchasing stock in St. Joe Natural Gas
Company must also purchase an equivalent amount of
revenue bonds which are secured by a first lien on the reve-
nues of the system payable within ten years and bearing
interest at 8% pr annum. The bonds will be callable after
three years upon payment of accrued interest plus a prem-
ium of 2% if called within the third year. Such bonds will
be sold only to citizens and residents of Gulf County.


Sharks Gain Revenge From Gators

With 74-43 Drubbing Tuesday Night

The Rort St. Joe Sharks took WewaIhichia 6 15 8 14-43


,their sevent:i .u of t r'- season
Tuesday night by -def'e.it i g tIhe We-
wahitchka Gators on the Sharks
home court, _74-43.
The Sh'adks were paced' by George
Boyer who looped in 20 points.
The Shark'.s season record now
stands at seven wins against 16
losses.
James Kennedy was the only
other Shark scoring above 10 points
picking up 16 for his night's activi-
ty.
'Coaclh Marion Craig emptied the
benches as 10-Sharks saw action
against the visiting Gators to seek
revenge against an earlier defeat
at the Gator's hands.
The Sharks were never in trou-
ble as they outscored the Gators 22
to 6 in the first period and contin-
ued to outscore their opponents in
every period except the fourth
when the Gators matched the
Sharks point for point.
The Sharks took the preliminary


contest, 41-27.
St. Joe fg ft tp ] Gato
Boyer 7 6 20 | Smit]
Kennedy 6 4 16 Tillm
Ray 4 1 9 Euba
Griner 2 0 4 S'lan
Chason 4 0 8 Green
Gibson 1 2 4 Hatc]
Johnson 1 3 5 Thom
Ken'ton, 0 1 1
Ruckman 1 2 4
Martin 1 1 31
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe -- 22 19


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fg ft tp
4 4 12
02 2
1 1 3
3 4 10
3 4 10
02 2
20 4


19 14-74


for the Junior-Senior Prom and
Banquet.
The teachers reported that they
could not afford necessary mater-
ial to make their decorations self-
supporting and requested permis-
sion to drive nails in the floor and
walls.
The Commission agreed to help
the class get necessary materials
to keep from driving the nails in
the ,building woodwork.


* .itu: SL-,rks close-ont their regu.
lar seuasou tomorrow night in the
local gymnasium .against Carra-
belle..



Marianna Dumps

Sharks In Tourney

The second-seeded Marianna Bull-
dogs came from behind to defeat
Port St. Joe-47-38 last Thursday
night in the NWFC Tournament In
Quincy.'
Marianna had to fight back from
a two-point halftime deficit to tum-
ble Coach Marion Craig's St. Joe
Sharks.
Larry Griner paced the Sharks
with 15 points while Rogers carried
the winners with 17 points.
The Sharks took an early lead,
lost it midway through the first
period and came back late to gain \
a 12-12 first quarter tie with the
Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs gained a free throw
in the first stanza to put them
ahead 6-5 with five minutes left in
the quarter.
George Boyer's charity toss and
Griner's follow-up basket pulled
St. Joe along side in the waning mo-
ments 'of the -first quarter.
Griner tossed In nine second per-
iod markers as the lSharks outscor-
ed the Bulldogs to -go ahead, 26-24
at halftime. Marianna managed to
tie the score four times and take a
brief 24-22 lead late in the quarter.
Two free throws and a field goal
put the Bulldogs out front 'to stay,
28-26. Marianna widened the gap
to 37-31 as the third quarter came
to a close.
In a slow fourth quarter, the
Sharks pulled within three points,
40-37 of the winners with two min-
utes left on a goal by Boyer but
Marianna scrambled for five
straight points to sew up the game.
Sharks fg ft tp Bullcogs fg ft tp
Ray 20 4 Rogers 5 7 17
Griner 4 7 15 F'layson 1 5 7
Boyer 2 5 9 A'white 3 2 8
Kennedy 40 8 Cox 12 4
Johnson 1 0 2 Joiner 3 3 9
Frank 0 2 2
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe .. 12 14 5 7-38
Marianna ..__ 12 12 13 10-47

MELODY REBEKAH
WILL MEET FRIDAY
Melody Rebekah Lodge. No. 22
will hold its regular meeting in
the Lodge Hall Friday night, Feb-
ruary 23 at 8:00 p.m.
All members are urged to be
present.


compare favorably with fasihons
shown any place. There will be
styles for tots and teens, men and
women. In addition to the style re-
view there will be music, refresh-
ments and door prizes.
Mrs. Florence Kerrigan and Mrs.
Fennon Talley are in charge of ar-


Men and Boy's Wear, Carp's, Prince rangements. Mrs. Tom Moon will
and Princess Shop and Mexico be in charge of refreshments and
Beach Sundries. The new spring Mbe in charge of refreshments and
Beach Sundries. The new spring
merchandise of each store will be Mrs. Harry Forehand in charge of
modeled by local models and will door prizes.


Votes More


Port St. Joe Garden Club Sets Date

For Annual Spring Fashion Show












Mrs. Eula Dickey Installed



Matron of OES Chapter 191


Tuesday evening, February 20,
In a 'beautiful and inspiring cere-
mony Mrs. Eula Dickey was install-
ed as Worthy Matron of Gulf Chap-
ter 191, Order of the Eastern Star.
Mrs. Ruth Ramsey, Past Matron of
Gulf Chapter 191, was Installing
Matron.
Assisting Mrs. Ramsey in the in-
stallation ceremony were Mrs. Es-
telle Griffin, P. M., Installing Chap-
lain; Mrs. Wilma -Cooper, P.M., In-
stalling Secretary; Mrs. Gargaret
Lanier, P.M., Installing Organist;
and Mrs, Flarazelle Connell, P.M.,
Installing Marshall.
Other officers installed were: Ro-
bert Creamer, Worthy Patron; Ma-
rie Creamer, Associate Matron;


Robert Trawick, Associate Patron;
Clara Pate, Secretay; Sybil Schef-
fer, Treasurer; Vena Burch, Con-
ductress; Bell DuBose, Associate
Conductress Madeline Blackshear,,
Chaplain; Charlotte Lovelace, Ad-
ah; Anna Adams, Ruth; Evelyn
Smith, Esther; Mary Jane Trawick,
Martha; David Moon, Electa; Ole-
ta Atkinson, Warder; Roy Black-
shear, Sentinel.
The -Chapter Room was beautifill-
ly decorated with the favorite col-
ors of the incoming Worthy Mat-
ron. Following her installation, Mrs.
Dickey was escorted to her station
by her son, David Dickey, as her
'husband, John C. Dickey, rendered
a beautiful violin solo, "Melody of


Love". Following the acceptance ad-
dress by the incoming Worthy Mat-
ron, a vocal solo was given by Miss
Marian Lauder, "Faith Unlocks
:The Door", accompanied by Mrs.
Margaret Lanier at the piano.
The retirnig Worthy Matron,
Mrs. Flora Long, was presented her
Past Matron's Jewel by Mrs. Flara-
zelle Connell and the retiring Wor-
thy Patron, Roy Blackshear, was
presented his Past Patron's Jewel
by Robert Creamer.
Among the out of town guests
were Mrs. Hazel Millergren, Mrs.
Estelle Griffin, Mrs. Ernestine
Jones, Mrs. Paula Roemer and Mrs.
Margaret Lanier, all of Wewahit-
chka; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Joyner of


Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steele
of Lynn Haven.


Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved during the social hour follow-
ing the ceremony.


Garden Club

Plans Show School

The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will hold a flower show school,
course one, at the St. James Par-
rish House on April 12, 13 and 14.
Course One will include four
hours of flower arrangement, four
hours of basic horticulture and two
hours of flower show practice.
There will be qualified instructors
from Tallahassee and Pensacola.
The school will' ibe open to garden
club 'members and the public.
There will be a small registration
fee for the course. A written exam-
iation will be given for those com-
pleting all parts of the course.
However, the examination is *not


THE STAR, Port St. Jo*. Pla.
Mrs. Jake Belin Gives Program On THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1962

"Faith" At Monthly Meeting of WSCS Can faith heal sickness? Can I be
moral without being religious? Why
are we urged 'to 'love our enemies'r?
The regular monthly meeting of fidence that the other circles would Where do we get the expression,
,the Woman's Society of Christian join in this project so 'that a good 'In Jesus Name'? What is in the
Service, Circle Four, of the First 'grade of dishes could be bought for Bible for me? Is there a "true"
Methodist Church, met in the home 'the kitchen, 'and an ample supply church? Is the Bible the Word of
of Mrs. Harold Odom Monday at for as more people move to the God? What is the authority of the
9:30 a.m. city, the more the church -member- Bible? Is my minister's 'call" dif-
The meeting was opened with a ship grows. rWent from min? What can, I ex-
prayer by Mrs. John Carmichael. The program, which was very 'pect from. church,? The anawer to
Following was the busienss affairs inspiring, was under the. direction the last question. The. Sunday
conducted by the chairman, Mrs. of Mrs. Jake Belin, program chair- Imornig .service is, a. s 1mal part of
Joe Hendrix. During 'the business man. The theme of be program was -cbureb. ;but the servicee, is whVat is
session, Mrs. Edwin Ramsey report- "Faith". A hymn by poet Issac usually meant by the question. And
ed 'Kitchen Dish und' had grown Watts was sung by members andtI.aunswor.a is: worshit ,al dl'fellow-
within a few pennies of $60.00. Mrs. Mrs. Belin told the group some- ship, The' Sunday serivece offers an
Hendrix thanked all members who thing about the life of Issac Watts. opportunity for botft, But! it does
had worked to make this fund pos- ;She said 17 of his songs appear, irn ,n guarantee either. Take-worship.
sible. She also expressed 'her con- The Methodist Hymnal, second- on- It m mulch the. cburchb-goer gets
ly to Charles Wesley. Bible reading from, worship depends, on *his. own
compulsory and one can take all was Psalm 90. Mrs. Belin gave eeaelh 'abllitiesi and-, sensitiveities-on his
or any part of the course be wishes. member a question and answer, to oww t'acq.nuaintncewith G-od~4All the
Call Mrs. James Tankersl'ey, read; These were taken from tile cchuch can, do. is supply "aids: for
chairman, for further information, "Together" magazine, a. monthly worship". The;quaaity offy ur wor-
at phone 227-4926. magazine for Methodist families. 4.ship depend on. wS it you bring
into. the door far rmpore tbhA, o the

.A ^^e^ ibols you,.asee, or eea,.the hymnsna
and prayers you repeat: as parts of
y our worship. Actually, you can
worship God anywhere, if you will.
And no amount of off-key singing
or uninspired preaching or shock-
-" ing pettiness on 'the part of mem-
'bers can keep you from worship-

ping, if ,you will. Secret police can't
stop you. Furthermore, you can fol-
lowship (all too inadequate a word
for the "fellowship of those who
remember Jesus") It has many
characteristics: It is a redemptive
S .^ fellowahip-saving the lost. And
.,'who isn't lost in some parts. of
his life? It is an inclusive fellow-
S.^ |ship, without barriers of race and
&. class and culture. It is an eternal
fellowship, 'bridging the gaps of
time 'and peace.
Coffee. and doughnuts were-ser-
_ved. by the hostess. to, the. following
members: Mrs. John Carmichael,
Mrs. Joe iUendrix, Mrs, J. L, Tem-
Sple, Mrs. Jake Belin, Mrs. Paul

Milton Anderson, Mrs, Esther Bar-
tee, Mrs. Edwin Ramsey and Mrs.
W. E. Boyer.
,"The meeting was closed with
members praying the WSCS bene-







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Minute of the
County Gommission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
February 13, 1962
The Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, met this date in regu-
lar Bession with the following members
present: E. 0. Harden, Sr., Chairman, A. J.
Strickland, Neva Croxton, Leo Kennedy, and
James H. Greer. The Clerk, Attorney, Sher-
iff, Road Superintendent, Civil Defense Di-
rector, Mosquito Control Supervisor and En-
gineer were also present.
The meeting came to order at 9:00 a.m.
The Chairman opened the meeting with
prayer.
The minutes of January 9 and 23 were
read, approved and adopted.
Henry F. Ayers appeared before the
Board requesting the County to pave the
30 ft. by 600 ft. road trat runs in front of
his home in Highland View. He explained
that said street holds water after each rain,
thereby creating an unhealthy situation;
that there are four other homes located on
this street. The Chairman announced that
the Board has been considering this prob-
lem for several years; that because the
street is only 30 fet wide, it will not qual-
ify as a secondary road project, but the
County will attempt to" correct this situa-
tion at a very early date.
Mrs. Ruth Soule and Elliott Compton,
real estate agents, representing the Orange
Park Land Company of Orange Park, Flor-
ida, appeared before the Board and dis-
cussed the possibility of said company be-
ginning a development project on the Cape
San Bias peninsular within this year, pro-
viding the County will assist said Company
in the construction of the streets. After
lengthy discussion, the Board announced
that the extent of he Road Departments
assistance in this type project would be as
.follows, to-wit:
1. Furnish labor and equipment that -is
available for the purpose of constructing the
paved portion of the streets in the develop-
ment, but only after a plat is approved by
the Board and recorded in the Public Rec-
ords andthat the developer will clear and
grub all right-of-way, rough grade the road
base and provide funds to pay for all ma-
terials required for paving the streets, the
developer will pay the rental charges for any
equipment-required to do the paving that
is not owned by the County.
Whereupon, there was a motion by Com-
missioner Strickland, second by Commis-
sioner Croxton, and duly carried that the
Board write a letter to said company stat-
ing exactly what the County will do for
the above mentioned project.
Rex Addison of the Addison Insurance
Agency, appeared before the Boarndand dis-
cussed the possibility of his company writ-
ing some of the county insurance business
and further discussed a plan whereby one
insurance agent would handle all of the
county business, but that all agents would
participate in the profits. After discussion,
Mr. Addison was advised that said plan
has been considered by this Board in the
past but it was never put into effect; that
the insurance on the Court House and jail
has already been paid for this year and
that all other policies were purchased by
the Department Supervisors, except the poli-
cy for the County Health Departments,
which was paid for by he Florida State
Board of Health. It was suggested that he
contact the Department Supervisors with
reference to their insurance needs.
The Clerk informed the Board that the Board that the
County was now holding $7,500.00 due the
City of Port St. Joe, representing one-half
th exates collected within the City of Port
St. Joe for the Road and Bridge Fund on
the 1961 tax roll. Upon motion by Com-
missioner Kennedy, seconded by Commis-
sioner Croxton and unanimously carried, that
the $7,500.00 be paid to the City of Port
St. Joe.
Whereupon, by motion of Commissioner
Kennedy, seconded by Commissioner Crox-
ton and unanimously carried, the Board set
the following qualifying fees for 1962 pri-
mary elections, to-wit:
Member. Board Public Instruction, $36 00.
Member, Board Coi*ty Commissioners,
$45.00.
Harbor Master, $48.00.
The Board entered into a discussion with
reference to the financial conditions of the
Road and Bridge Fund. The Road Superin-
tendent was directed to hold his expendi-
tures for the balance of the year within
the limits of the Budget.
The Board reviewed a proposed form to
be used in granting aid to indigents patients
after which the Clerk was instructed to
mail said form to each person receiving
County Funds.
The Tax Assessor presented his check to
the'County in the amount of $6,610.21, rep-
resenting excess fees for 1961.
S The Board entered into a discussion with
reference to the estimated Secondary Road
funds for Gulf County for the 1962-63 bud-
get year as shown by a State Road De-
partment Statement dated February 8, 1962.
Said estimated funds available is $147,000.
After discussion, the following resolution
was presented by Commissioner Strickland,
seconded by Commissioner Croxton and duly
adopted, to-wit: that the following streets
be constructed under the secondary road
program for the year 1962-1963:
Description of project or use of Second-
ary Road Funds for 1962:
In Wewahitchka:
River Road from Second Street to Seventh
Street, 2,000 feet.
Pine Street from SR 71 to Second Street


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400 feet.
In Port St. Joe:
Avenue "A" from Main Street to Robbins
Avenue, 2700 feet.
Robbins Avenue from Avenue "A" to Ken-
ny Street, 750 feet.
The following resolution was presented by
Commissioner Kennedy, seconded by Com-
missioner Croxton and duly adopted, to-wit:
RESOLUTION
Be it resolved by the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida, that
the State Road Department of Florida, be,
and it is hereby requested to take over
and maintain Duval Street between Hunter
Street and Jackson Street in Oak Grove.
Be it further resolved that all expenses
incurred by the State Road Department in
maintaining said Street be charged against
the Secondary Road Funds of Gulf County.
(End)
Commissioner Kennedy discussed the pos-
sibility of extending Duval Street from Long
Avenue to State Road 30. No decision
made at this time.
The Board instructed the Clerk to pay
J. L. Maddox $3.00 per month from the
Mothers Pension funds; to pay Issac Hall,
Sr., $10.00 and Mary Lee Boone $10.00
each month from Indigent Funds; to pay
Dr. J. Wayne Hendrix $5.0 for treatment
to Ine Bright's children and pay $36.25 to
Dr. H. B. Canning for medicine for the
Inez Bright children.
The Clerk filed a County Financial re-
port for the month of January, 1962.
All payrolls for January were approved
and ratified as paid.
The following bills were presented, exam-
ined, approved and ordered paid, to-wit:
GENERAL FUND
C. W. Sapp, Co. Indigent ........ 15.00
Comforter Funeral Home, Sorv. .... 75.00
J. J. Hill, Reimburse. ............. 24.29
St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Utilities ...... 58.01
Bowen Supply Co., Sup. .......... 10.45
Co. Finance Officers Assn., Dues .... 15.00
Webb & Williams Funeral Home, Ind. 75.0(1
Xerox Corp., Photo Equip. ........ 41.05
The Drawing Boarl, Supplies ...... 10.30
H&WB Drew Co., Sup. ............ 7.38
Gulf Co. Ins. Agcy., Ins. ........ 10.00
I. W. Duren, Gas ................ 42.00
Robert D. Sidwell, Exp. .......... 82.45
A. P. Jackson, Exp. .............. 45.50
Bancroft-Whitney Co., Books ...... 35.00
West Pub. Co., Sub. to Reporter .... 8.00
Legal Dairy Pub. Co., Books ...... 10.85
Motorola, Radio Equip. .......... 653.00
Eleanor Winnie, Mother's Pension 9.00
Virginia Armstrong ....... 12.00
Mae Creamer, ............ 3.00
Inez Bright, ............. 9.00
Jessie Simmons, ............ 6.00
Josie Odom, .............. .9.00
Bessie Glass, ... ........ 6.00
Dollie Weeks, ........ 6.00
Mrs. H. H. Conger, Indigent ...... 15.00
Emma Rarlye, ............ 15.00
C. C. Davis, ....... ... 10.00
Grace Dunlap, ............ 10.00


1107 GARRISON AVE.


Bessie Dykes, .......... .. 12.00
Ethel English, ............ 15.00
Kate Glass, .............. 15.00
Annie Hudgins, ............ 10.00
Mrs. H. 0. Jones, ........ 12.00
Lula Kemp, ... ........ 15.00
Druscilla Keel, ............ 16.00
Bessie Lee, ... . . ... 15.00
Mrs. John McMillian, ..... 15.00
Pinkie Mae Myers, ........ 15.00
Audrey Nunery, ..........15.00
Eva Pate, ... ............. 10.00
Minnie Patterson, .......... 12.00
Minnie Paul, ." .... .. 15.00
Mary Porter, ........... 15.00
Allie Porter, .............. 6.00
Winnie Ross, .... ..... 10.00
Mrs. 0. V. Scully, ......... 15.00
Mae Creamer, ............ 15.00
Ruthie Batson, ....... ... 15.00
Irvin Darley, ............ 10.00
C. W. Sapp, .............. 15.00
Harland 0. Pridgeon, Commissions 124.06
The Breeze, pub. minm. ............ 50.00
James H. Greer, Exp. ............ 100.00
The Star, Pub. min .............. 50.00
St. Joe Auto Parts Co., Parts ...... 4.83
(Continued on Page 9)



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O 1 Ashley Costin and Waring Murdock took all four points. Medlin and *:. O:. *:. forget to tell them about "the Twis- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1962
B 't \ filed the assault on Floyd's with Dean were high for the losers with The SJPC Office team held Bob .ter" Grabow.ski. Ted rolled games
.W i\\ / \ Murdock breaking "500" for the 470 and 446. The Bank men could- Shaw and Ron Pendergraft at ease of 172 and 204 -before he "twisted out" his last game with a 144. He
i irst time for Costin's. Waring had n't be stopped as Warren Yeager finished with 520, high for the Vit-
'544 and Ashley rolled another high was hot as a firecracker. Yeage' ro team. Vitro allowed the office
S' series of 486, his average just bowled his best this season and MToys the lat p-t Vtro
W y keeps going up. Calvin Floyd tired had a little luck to go with it. In C 0 L E T E H 0 T 0 SERVICE ordged the office e oys out .tho.first
'o stop the "Sweepers" with a 449 the second game they thought his game by only one pin. Roy "lucky"
series but Basil McKnight's two luck ran out when he-got a pocke FAST QUALITY ROLL FILM SERVICE Gibson led the SJPC Office team
t r games of 88 didn't aid the cause. hit only to leave th 3-7-10 split. PORTRAIT COMMERCIAL with 445. "Do Willam took a
COMMERCIAL'LEAGUE their firing pins plugged. WaynGeorge Small won many coffees But he wasn't alone and picked it I swan dive from his last series and
Costin's, trying to get .back on Smith and Jake Koller rolled 127 with his 401, plus the pins he .was up. "Good pick-up, Warren!" He MOVIE FILM BLACK and WHITE COLOR bowled 417. Norton rolled fairly
the wInnipg, track, allowed Floyd and 148 respectively to allow spotted of course, had games of 198, 179 and 183 for good to elp wth a 425
Chevrolet only one point'in theirI Floyd's the point. Smith made up ": ": : a total of 560. "Yank" poured it on L Y N A R T S T U D IO The standing are as follows:
match last week. Floyd's won the for his first one by adding games Michigan Chemical is still stuck again with 179, 157 and 171 strung Av Won Lo
first game.,by four pins when the of 193 and 185 for a 505 series, but in the mud and last week just made up for 507. Arnold fell on his face 23 Reid Avenue Phone 227-2491 Won Las
two "big. gnus" for Costin's got Jake stayed among the low with things worse. Florida National the last game with a 119 for a to- io 1
--_Vitro 17 11


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'62 FORD STYLESIDE-Rugged Y-
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Florida National Bank __ 17 11
Costin's 13 11
SJPO Office -- 15 13
St. Joe Motor 11 17
Floyd Chevrolet ------ 5 19
Michigan Chemical 1 15
Tonight's matches are as follows:
Vitro vs. Florida National Bank,
alleys one and two.
Michigan vs. SJPC Office, alleys
three -and four.
Philco vs. Floyd's, alleys five and
SIx.
Costin's vs. St. Joe Motor, alleys
seven and eight.

Uterin Cancer
Causes 10,000
Deaths Annually
About 10,000 women die of uter-
ine cancer every year. The tragic
fact is that many thousands are lost
needlessly because uterine cancer
is one of the most curable of all
types of cancer.
Examination for uterine cancer
is made 'by a "Pap" smear. The test
is named for -the doctor who de-
veloped it, Dr. George N. Papalni-
colaou who is now director of Papa-
nicolaou Research Laboratories es-
talblished in Miami, Florida. Dr.
Papanicolaou is the physician who
many feel has done most ,for wom-
en of our time. He pioneered in
Cyotlogy and in ,developing all ex-
aminations for uterine cancer for
the very early -detection of cancer
of the uterus or -womb.
If every woman -had her doctor
perform this simple, painless pro-
cedure, once -a year, -thousands of
-those having cancer of the uterus
could be saved.
The cell examination for uteflne
cancer is one of -the advances of
cancer research that could save
your life, -but only if you go to your
physician -once a year every
year. .
VISITING BROTHER
Mr. and' Mrs.Robert Cox of Hib-
bing, Minnesota are visiting here
with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cox
and family. Robert and Kenneth
.Cox -are brothers.
ATTBN.D PTA
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Enter the Magic Mile Prize Contest when you come in to pick out your Winter Special!
To be eligible to win, all you have to do is fill out an Official Entry Blank. See any Ford
Dealer for contest rules-you can win one of these valuable prizes- I
10 1962 FORD FAIRLANES 50 21-INCH PHILCO COLOR TV SETS
500 PHILCO 8-TRANSISTOR RADIOS

TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE NOW AT


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SLook at the many choice beef cuts you cai
I purchase at your IGA Food Store this
week! Choice TableRite Roasts, for ex.
1 ample, that are guaranteed to please the
most particular taste or your meat purchase<
plus your money back. Come in anc
shop IGA today
Aged for Tenderness Just Like Steak-
It's Juicy Tablerite First or Blade Cuts







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OAK HILL BRAND



TOP
STANFORD DRY


TABLERITE
SHOULDER ROAST
TABLERITE
BRISKET STEW


IGA TABLERITE
CHUCK STEAK
TABLERITE
RIB STEAKS
TABLERITE PURE
GROUND BEEF
TABLERITE PURE PORK
SAUSAGE

I"


Ib. 69c
3 lbs. 89c


lb. 53c
lb. 79c


3 bs. $1.39
lb. 39c
C


lb


NO. 7 CUT
Chuck lb. 49c


TOES


FRESH PORK

Pig Feet


LB.

lOc


303
CAN


PEAS


12 Oz.
PKG.


303
CAN


300
CAN


10c


10c


10c


NATIONAL BISCUIT CO.
RITZ CRACKERS
GERBER'S STRAINED
BABY FOOD
DIXIE BELLE
SALTINE CRACKERS
MAXWELL HOUSE
INSTANT COFFEE
ROBERT'S
VANILLA WAFERS
CARNATION
INSTANT DRY MILK
SAVE 7 CENTS-IGA
TEA BAGS


12 oz. pkg.


6 jars


29c

59c


lb. box 19c

6 oz. jar 79c

20 oz. pkg. 29c

2 qt. pkg. 65c

48 bags in pkg. 49c


SUNGLO Collards, Mustard, Spinach
GREENS
303
I CAN


WAXTEX
WAX PAPER
ROMAN-IN PLASTIC BOTTLE
LIQUID STARCH
PACKED IN PLASTIC JAR
CLOROX BLEACH
TRUSHAY-PLUS FED. TAX
HAND LOTION


package

/2 gal. bottle

gal. jar


WIN THIS HOME!
. Ideal for a home, lake cottage, hunting lodge or rental property.
Your IGA Food Stores will award this $5915.00 3-bedroom Lee "Fernwood"
Home 95% complete on the winner's lot and three other grand prizes consisting
of one year of FREE FOOD, six months FREE FOOD, three months FREE
FOOD plus a weekly $20.00 Food Gift Certificate to some lucky IGA Food Store
customers for the next 13 weeks starting February 1 and ending April 28.
Nothing to buy, no Jingles to write, come In and register. Visit your IGA
Store often, register each time you visit. The more often you visit the more
chances you will have of winning the weekly prize and the GRAND PRIZE "FERN-
WOOD" 3-bedroom home.
Everyone 18 years of age or older eligible except meployees of IGA Food
Stores and the Higdon Grocery Company, and their immediate families.


SEALTEST ALL FLAVORS
ICE CREAM


M2 gal. 89c


IGA FROZEN COLLARDS-MUSTARD or
TURNIP GREENS 10 oz. pkg.
IGA FROZEN SALISBURY
STEAK DINNER 11 oz. pkg.
KRAFT
VELVEETA CHEESE 2 lb. loaf
PILLSBURY
CINNAMON ROLLS package
PILLSBURY or BALLARD
Canned BISCUITS 4 cans
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
ED WOODS, Owner
SPECIALS for FEB. 22, 23 and 24


10c
55c
69c
29c
39c -


Tender
POL


E BEANS


Fancy Yellow
SQUASH


lb. 10c


U. S. No. 1 Yellow
ONIONS


3 Ibs. 29c


BOUQUET
R3 eg.
Bars


SOAP
31o


AJAX 1 FAB VEL L
2 eg. GIANT E LARGE I
Cans 33 PACKAGE I 9| BOTTLE 0|7


..for the
pushes


BLACKEYE
SUNLO BRN CUT


CAMPBELL'S

Tomato Soup

CAN lOc


SUNGLO BRAND CUT

GREEN


PORK


BEANS


& BFANS


23c

29c

39c


bottle 47c


RED MICHIGAN DELICIOUS

APPLES






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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1962


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St. Joe Hardware
Port St. Joe, Florida


BIG-CAR
FOOM AND RIDE '62 MERCURY


MONTEREY'


SELF-SERVICING FEATURES SAVE YOU MONEY
30,000 miles between major lubrications 6,000
miles, between oil changes Self-adjusting brakes.

$278200
delivered locally, whitewall tires extra


322 MONUMENT AVE.


PHONE 227-3737


ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY


Ninth Grade Achieve e David 0. Gaskin, Salary ........... 155.00 Colonial Life & Acci. Ins,, Ins. ... 9.00
Ninth Grade Achiever.nenf Max W. Kilbourn, Salary ......... 47.00 Family Life Ins. Co., Ins.. ......... 6.00
Tes Scoe Av la Elmer Nunery, Salary .......... 117.78 ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
Test Scores Available Sam P. Husband, Salary .......... 50.00 Lloyd Whitfield, Salary ........ 186.33
Evelyn Pate, Salary ............ 43.20 Perry S. Holley, Salary .. ...... 184.02
W. L. Fitzpatrick, Salary .......... 8.70 James F. Whitfield, Salary ...... 100.92
Each October, all of -the 9th. grade Joseph W. Bailey,, Salary .......... 8.70 Alva Kemp, Salary ............ 165.63
Robert L. McCrary;, Jr., Salary ...... 8.80 Glenn Daniels, 'Salary........... 143.73
students of Florida are .given a bat- Betty G. Oens, aulary .......... 9.57 Carl Lester, Salary............:::::: 15.1
tery of tests. These tests .consist J. Hill, Salary ..... 66.57 A. Hall, Salary ............... 142.13
Cubie R. Laird, Salary............173.00 Donald J. Suber, Salary........... 155.13
of: "The School and College Abili- Director Int. Rev., W-Tax ........ 79.10 L. D. Hughes, Salary ............ 155.13
Gulf County SS Aebt., SS .......... 12.99 Charles Clerkley, Salary ........ 115.93
ty Test" which measures a. stud-M~y E. Green, Coibpt., Retire ...... 71.50 William C. Lindsey, Salary ...... 143.92
went's ability to read (Verbal abili- Profes. Ins., Corp.; Ins.......... 44.25 R.F. Knowles, Jr, Salary ...... 129.35
Colonial Life & Acci., Ins .......... 6.00 B. E. Champion, Salary .... .... 111.66
ty) and his ability o work arithme- American Fain. Life Ins. Co Ins. 19.50 Veto Nichols, Salary ............ 119.66
S ,,..,, W. B. Coppedge, Salary ........ 111.41 Sanford Armstrong, Salary ........ 128.66
tic (Quantitative Ability) ; and S. T. Morris., Salary ............ 111.15 R. K. Strickland, Salary ........ 116.66
"The Metropolitan Achievement C. E. Daniell, Salary ........... 179.33 Robert L. Lester, Salary ......... 116.66
auine W. Sowers, Salary ...... 25.00 Roy C. Tharpe, Salary .......... 117.16
Tests" which measure a student's Director Int. Rev., W-Tax ........ 49.50 Director Int. Rev., W-Tax .........248.00
progress or achievement in compar- Ra E Green, Compt., Retire .... 0.02 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. 120.54
Gulf gl C' 5 cct., SS ........... 15.65 1 Gulf Co. SS Acct., SS ............ 94.22
ison with other 9th grade students Colonial Life Ins. Co, Ins. ........ 6.00 Colonial Life Ins. Co., Ins. ..... 18.00
Family Life Ins. Co., Ins ......... 7.50 I Family Life Ins. Co., Ins.. ....... 46.50
in the ,state in the field of reading, GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL The Road Department and Farm Agent
language, arithmetic computation, Samuel Marion Graves, Jr., Salary .. 148.12 Ifiled its monthly reports for January.
s a Th ere being no further business, the
SDyke, Salary...........problem solving and concepts, meeting adjourned.
problem solvng and concepts, so- L. F. Sellers, Salary .............8412 .....


Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES -H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11,:00 a.m.
CHRISTIAN-CADETS 6:15 p.m.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ....-----.... 7:30 p.m.


ALL NEW!



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New depth gauge for better
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Smoother cutting, easier filing
Pintail to reduce rear-back
Sizes to fit all McCulloch saws
and most others too.

PLAYER'S STORE
Highland View, Florida


Director Int. Rev., W-T.x ........ 24.20 ATjI"'T:
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ... 17.09 George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Gulf County SS Acct., SS ........ 13.36 Clerk Chairman
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For
Service
and
Quality
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You AUe 0ordiaily Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .....-... 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


COSTING'S


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution ]
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL,; Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9.45 a.m.
MORNING. WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
METHODIST YOUT FELLOWSHIP .... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.


cial s tud i es information and
science.
The students have each been giv-
en a report of their scores and have
been instructed to take them home.
Any parent who does not receive
his child's report ma obtain one
from Mr. Bowdoin or Mrs. Ivey at
the high school. Any parent who
wishes to discuss his child's report
will be welcome at any time during
any school day.

i County Commission
(Continued From Page 6)
Radiotelephone Serv. Co, Install. .. 25.00
Floyd Chev. Co., Parts .......... 80.75
Neva Croxton, Exp ............. 100.00
E. C. Harden, Sr., Exp. ........... 100.00
Leo Kennedy, exp. .............. 100.00
J. H. Greers SS., Gas, etc. ........ 9.65
St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Utilities ...... 10.90
A. J. Strickland, Exp. .......... 100.00
City of Port St. Joe, Amount due on
Taxes collected within city. 7,500.00
J. Wayne Hendrix, M. D., Serv..... 5.00
Harold B. Canning, M.D., Serv..... 36.25
Issac Hall, Sr., Ind. ............ 10.00
Mary Lee Boone, Ind. ............ 10.00
J. L. Maddox, Mother's Pension ...... 3.00
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
Apalachicola Northern RR, Frt. .. 252.70
St. Joseph Tel. Co., Util. ........ 41,90
Weva Water Co., Util. ............ 6.60
Gulf Oil Corp., Pet.. .......... 11.22
Sears Roebuck & Co., Sup.......... 18.03
Panama Generator Co., Parts ...... 11.65
Rex Davis Dist., Sup. .......... 20.00
E. 0. Taylor, Sand .............. 5.75
Standard Oil Co., Pet. ............ 53.79
Snap-on-tools Corp., Tools ........ 63.75
Ray-Brooks Machinery, Parts ...... 112.68
Panama Mach. & Sup. Co., Sup ..... 81.13
Gulf Coast Elec. Co., Util. ...... 21.07
Fla, Eng. Assoc., Serv ............ 170.62
St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts ........ 452.91
Burford-Toothaker Co., Sup. ...... 128.56
Charles Oleckley, ILabor .......... 85.00
Keenan Welding Sup., Sup. ...... 35.50
Leap Equip. Co., Sup ............ 26.19
Wewa 66 Serv. Sta., Sup. ........ 10.05
St. Joe Motor Co., Parts & Labor 208.67
Ducor Supply, Sup ............. 125.84
Premier Fastener Co., Sup. ...... 137.87
Bay Mach. & Weld. Co., Sup ...... 779.28
City Radiator Co., Sup. .......... 7.00
Fuller's Supply Co., Sup. ............ .96
Player Motor Co., Sup. .......... 52.25
Panama Glass Co., Glass ........ 14.31
MoGlon's Amoco Serv., Parts. ...... 3.10
DanWy Brogdonl, ay .......... 278.25
Coastal, Jnc,, Gas .,.. .....2. 2. 9.00
St. Joe Tire & Recap., Tires, tubes 470.32
Hood Motors, Parts ............... 1.40
Taylor Parts Co., Parts .......... 89.84
Floyd Chev. Co., Switch ............. 1.39
Wewa Hardwe Co., Sup. ........ 840.86
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. ........ 272.91
Gulf Co; Ins. Co., Ins. .......... 96.28
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
Sam P. Husband, Salary ........ 412.50
Howard Rogers, Witness .......... 5.60
Silas R. Stone, Salary ........... 81.38
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. ...... 20.00
George Y. Core, Fees ............ 30.50
Bowen Supply Co., Sup. .......... 9.61
Mrs. Frank Pate, Jr., Type. rib ...... 1.01
Boyd Bros., Inc., typewriter repair .. 52.45
Whatley Typewriter Co., typewriter 336.45
Marianna Office Sup. Co., Sup. ...... 9.30
GENERAL PEST CONTROL
Dot Haddon, Labor ............ 104.00
Burford-Toothaker Tractor Co., Parts 11.61
Player Motor Co.,. Parts .......... 8.10
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Tools .......... 1.69
Woolford Serv. Sta., Tire chang. ... 18.50
Standard Oil Co., Pet. .......... 118,90
St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts ........ 38.20
GENERAL FUND
U. S, Postage, Postage .......... 100.00
State Road Dept, Maps .......... 15.00
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
Sheriff's Requisition, Requisition 4,250.00
S. P. Husband, Salary .......... 344.48
GENERAL FUND PAYROLLS
E. C. Harden, Sr., Salary ...... 105.50
Leo Kennedy, Salary ............ 101.00
Neva Croxton, Salary .......... 113.00
A. J. Strickland, Salary ........ 105.50
James H. Greer, Salary .......... 105.50
George Y. Core, Salary .......... 354.16
Mrs. C. G. Rish, Salary .......... 89.04


SPRING SHOES

That You Will Love!


FASHION CRAFT
$8.95 to

ROBBINETTE
$4.98 to

FORTUNETTE
$7.98 to


DRESS PUMPS
$10.95

CASUALS
$6.98

CASUALS
$9.98


SPRING


PIECE GOODS .

So pretty you will want to
start sewing that new
dress
Rosewood Jaguar-42"
Prints -----yd. $1.59
500 Yards Drip Dry !
Broadcloth -- yd. 49c
500 Yds. Dan River i
Plaids ------yd. 69c ,
Dacron and Cotton
Solids -- yd. $1.10 0
COMPLETE LINE NOTIONS


We now stock that
famous
PLAY TEX

GIRDLE


6.95 to 1.295

BRAS by PERMALIFT and
MAIDEN FORM


Men's all cotton heavy
argyle


sox

Reg. 65c Pair

2 pr.

$1.00


Lovely Spring
Ladies HATS

One Just for You in
beautiful Spring colors

$2.98 to
$12.98


CURTAINS
and
DRAPERIES

For every room


$9.98 to
$19.98
Look Them Over!


Lovely Morgan


Lovely Morgan
Jones


Bed Spreads

You will love them


$6.98 to
$9.98


MEN'S SPRING SUITS

By MIRROR TEST Ivy's and Pleats

$39.95 to $50.0 0


Men's
Sport
SHIRTS
Short Sleeve
Spring colors
$1.98


Men's Type No. 4
khaki
WORK PANTS
$2.98
WORK SHIRTS
S2.69


Just Arrived!
Men's

Knit Shirts

$2.98 and
$3.98


Stock up now for warm
weather


Arriving in our store daily .. Dresses that will suit your every
need. You can be sure when you buy such name brands as these
- Bobbie Brooks, 3 to 15. Nelly Don, 10 to 20. Mr. Simon
10 to 18 Martha Manning half sizes. Priced to fit any bud-

get.


m$9.95 to $19.95


ITALIAN SANDALS
For The Ladies
$2.98 pr.

Ladies' Spring
KEDETTES
New Spring Styles
$3.98 $4.98


HW


NYLON HOSE
2 pr. $1.00


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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams 'Avenue. Port St. Joe,. Florida
By The Star Publishing, Pompanv
WESLEY R. RAMSEY- fr Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeiier
Also Linotype Operator, Ad SalAsman, Photogrspher, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-8161
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BOWLING


NEWS


'Industrial League ing for as the season starts into the
By LAMAR MOORE stretch drive.
Trophies, belt buckles, shirt Tom Thornton's 497 and Jes's Ma-
sleeve patches, prize money are moran's 455 helped the Paper Mill
just a .few of .the prizes the team win two and a half points from the
of the Industrial League are shoot-1 Michigan Chemical team. Michigan



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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla.
-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1962

made a very fine showing however,
as Mike Munn, with a 498, and
iDean with a 457 had good nights.
Paper Mill took total fpin honors,
2245 to 2216.
I <* :" ":
Lanes three and four saw a hot
Maintenance crew jump on Vitro
for three big points. Maintenance
rolled a very good 902 in the final
contest for high game for the night.
Rod Jensen's 211 final game and
489 series, together with Ted
Beard's series of 492 were more
than the high-flying Vitro could
stand. Vitro made a gallant effort
with games of 774, 828 and 827.
Pendergraft's 552 was high series
for the night and Atkinson's 540


,looked very big. Maintenance grab- was a different story as Coas
;)ed total ,pin count 2466 to 2429. Guard' turned on the steam 764 t(
4*.*"0" 4*> 635. The Guardsmen cooled off ii
The Box Plant handed a cool the final game 704. to 725.
Glidden team a defeat, three points Joe Davis, with a 505 and Lama'
to one. Ellzey Williams shot a fine Moore with a 453 helped save face
481 to lead the way, followed by for the Pulp Mill. Coast Guard wa:
John Brown's 433. Glidden just sparked by McKlenzie's 465 ant
couldn't seem to get started as they McBrayer's 450. The Guard took to
rolled games of only 669, 664 and tal pins 2203 ,to 2121.
725. Sonny Dean's contribution f High series, Maintenance, 2466.
467 was a good effort for the Glid- Second high, Vitro, 2429.
den team. A cool Ray Medlin had I Third high, Paper Mill, 2245.
a 459. High Individual game, Jenson
S"* .** Maintenance, 211.
On lanes seven and eight, the Second high, Atkinson, Vitro, 208
Pulp Mill run afoul of a hot Coast Third high, Pendergraft, Vitro
Guard crew and had to settle for a 203.
split, two points each. High individual series, Pender
After spotting Coast Guard 103 graft, Vitro, 552,
pins, Pulp Mill took the first con- Second high, Atkinson, Vitro, 54(
test 761 to 735. The second game Third high, Davis, Pulp Mill, 505
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PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Wednesday) -. 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School ------..-.--...-. 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship __ _- 11,:00 A.M.
Evening Worship ... 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Comfortably Air-Conditioned



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
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.
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"Come and Worship God With Us"



SAVED: $200,000,000
If the prices of drugs had increased as
much since 1949 as have the prices of most
other things we buy, the American peo-
ple's annual bill for drugs would be about
$200 million higher than it actually is.
That's why we say ...
Today's Prescription Is The Biggest Bargain In History

SMITH'S PHARMACY
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
Two Parking Spaces ,Reserved for our Prescription Customers
at our Back Door.

Drive-In Window At Rear of Our Store
PHONE 227-5111


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Shark League
By GEORGE BOYER
On alleys three and four, first
place Boyles took on second place
WJOE, with Boyles taking three
of the four games. This gave Boyles
a four-game advantage over WJOE
for the first place lead in the
league. While the two teams were
battling, Frankie Scott moved into
the first place individual single
game with a 218 game. He also is.
first in the individual high for three
ganes with a 577.
Carp's came out of their four
games very easy, by taking a for-
feit from the Star. It seemed that
the Star couldn't get enough play-
(ens together to go against the
strong Carp's team. The win gave
Carp's a third place-standing, while
it moved Star 'o the cellar.
On alleys three and four, Nelson
Hall and George Kilibourn, both on
the WJOE team, .picked up a nice
spare a piece to go on their spare
record. Nelson got a 5-7 and George
got a 2-5-7.
Boyles and Carp's got to display
their team shirts for the first time.
By the end of this week all of the
team shirts should ibe tinlshed. .
STANDINGS


Boyles 17
WJOE 13
Oarp's 12
Nedley's 11
Frank and Dot's 10
Star 9
STOP SIX


Charles Zimmerman
Frankie Scott
Joe Whaley
Wally Dodson
Carl Zimmerman
David Roche

Monday, February


Games
18
18
12
15
18
18


19, on alleys


one and two, the top team,


Wool-


ford's Service Station was in com-
petition with Pylants trying to in-
crease their lead. However, they
lost the last game and total pins.
Roland Hayes, a newcomer to
Woolford's team, hurled a series of
513 to give him a 173 average. Jim


Th a t --ler- v -I -


SThe Tattler


R. GLENN BOYIaS Editor
Associate Editorm YOU-ALL

Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE


PHONE BALL 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little ,an"

STORE PERSONNEL '
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
DON HADDAN Men and B oy Wear
ESTHER TAYLOR Men'! and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS GILL .............- Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
JULIA HERRING Lingerie and Hosiery 4
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REVOLUTION WEEK AT BOYLES .

See Minute Men Making Bargain Shots

Old Fashioned Geo. Washington Specials
(For details tune in daily WJOE 8 and 9 a.m.)

Dear Friends:
Just meditating:
"The Verse for Today" in the Sunday issue of the
Florida Times-Union could be a guide for every day of our
lives: Proverbs 4:23. ((Keep thy heart with all diligence
for out of it are the issues of life". Now, just what does
that mean to us? We do know when the heart stops ticking,
life ceases, but I'm thinking this verse has a larger applica-
tion than the physical aspects. I have looked in a Bible com-
mentary for information on this verse but no direct com-
ments were found. Anyway, someone has said that people
are not as much interested in quotations as what you think
and say yourself.
So, here are our own comments: Keeping our
heart with all diligence no doubt should start when we
first awake after a good night's sleep and rest. Grate-
fulness for this fine privilege, and thankfulness for a
new day brimming full of life, health and opportunity.
A smile with a cheerful "good morning" to the first per-
son you see (probably your wife). Already two hearts
are warmed, and warth is one of the better issues of
life. We see already our own comments will include
too much detail and with some reluctance we use the
following quotations appearing on a card recently re-
ceive dfrom a bank (of all places!)
Take time to Think. Take time to Work Take
time to Love and Be Loved .,,,Take time to augh .
Take" time to Read .... Take time to Pray Take time
to be Friendly Take time to Play Take time to Give
. and of course the bank would include: Take time to Save
. If we do these things daily it's this sock seller's opinion
WE SHALL KEEP OUR HEARTS WITH DILIGENCE. .
Inasmuch as the publisher of The Star charges this to adver-
tising we offer the following suggestion: TAKE TIME TO
SAVE AT BOYLES THIS WEEK ... A penny Saved is a
penny earned. YOUR CASH PERSUADES US TO SELL
FOR LESS! S'long -RGB


Boyer gave a strong helping hand
in the first two games with 181
and 162 and 'had a total series of
469. Thoy Gay had a 391 series and
Ron Potts had a 397. Don Huffman
bowling as anchor, had a fine series
of 521.

Due to a postponement, Pat's
Wonder Bar and Pate's Shell will
bowl at a later date.

On alleys five and six, Levens


Custom Shop tackled Stone's Bar
to take three points and losing the
fourth point in the second game by
only 14 pins.
Bill Galvan, having a 160 aver-
age, bowled very consistent with
a 161, 163 and 166 to give him a 490
series. Wayne Lighthill and R. B.
Richardson were having a hard
'time, but had a series of 380 and
336 respectively. Ralph Ward had
a series of 466 and Frank Turner
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Someone in. your family convales-
cing? Your Rexall pharmacist cap
be very helpful ki supplying pro-
fessional advice about sickroom
needs. If you are Inexperienced in
home nursing, your Rexallpharma-
cist can help you choose correctly
avoiding needless expenditures.
Ask him about this service when
Syou bring in your prescriptions to
be filled.



Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service

3uzzett's -Drug Store
317 Williams Abe.
Port St. Joe, Florida


JIRTHS

Mr. and Mrs. Robeit Lewis Good-
* .in announce .the birth ,of a baby
rl, Roberta Leona on Feb. 12.
'Mr. and Mrs. James Edgar Bea-
announce the birth of a son An-
:,-my Edgar on February 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephan White Run-
y:n, Jr., -announce the birth of a
S1, Rocky Jordan on February 15.
Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Whitehead
ounce the birth -of a 'baby boy,
seph Waynh on February 12.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Conrad Wil-
n.s, Jr., announce the birth of a
-.ughtbr, Shirley Elizabeth on Feb-
ary 18.
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room apartment. 617 Woodward
Ave. $45.00 per month. Call or write
Gene Halley, 2108 Croydon Dr., Tal-
lahassee, Office phone 222-0550, ext.
349, home phone, 385-3139. tic
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom
furnished -apartment.
12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481
or 227-4261. tfc-11-30
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house on Palm Blvd.
Phone 227-5261. Geo. Wimberly. tf
FOR RENT: Duplex apartment at
14th and Palm. Also 2 bedroom
home on 9th St. Cecil G. Costin, Jr.


it IN FAif


Mon. Ave.


tft-2-15


FOR RENT: Especially nice 2-bed-
room furnished upstairs apart-
ment. Phone 227-7341 Tor see at 1402
Long Ave. $66 mo. 2tp-2-15
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room house; newly decorated, on
corner lot, with carport -and stor-
age space; nice yard and near
school. Call 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: House trailer, com-
pletely furnished. Located at
White City. Phone 229-1145 or in-
quire at Rich's Super Mkt. tfc-2-25
FOR SALE: Baby bed with matt-
ress like new. Cost $50.00. Will
*take $25.00 cash. Phone 227-3561.


FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4-bedrm.
house, 2 baths, living room, din: FOR SALE: 2-hp. B & S gasoline
ing room, kitchen, breakfast room motor. Cranks and runs good.
utility room, venetian blinds, fire- 1 20.00 cash. Call 227-3561. 1
place, gas heat. Near grammar FOR SALE: 21' Coldspot chest type
school. $75.00 mo. Call Mrs. James freezer. Good condition. $250
Pernat, Phone 227-8581. tfc-1-11 cash. 1305 Woodward Ave. 2tp


FOR RENT: Small furnished -ap-
artment. For information call
227-2565. tfc-1-11
FOR RENT: 2 2-bedroom houses,
St. Joe Beach, furnished. 2-bed-
room apartment, furnished, 9th St.
2-bedroom apartment, unfurnished,
9th St. 2 one-bedroom houses, fur-
nished, 9th St. :Smith's Pharmacy.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment, upstairs, $35. mo.
Located 522% Third St. Phone 227-
8642. tfc-1-18
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house on
Long Ave. 2 bedroom house at
beach. C. W. Long. Phone 227-4686
both houses are furnished. tfc-2-1
FOR RENT: 2 .bedroom furnished
,apartment. One and a half blocks
from town. Call Mrs. H. Brinson,
Phone 227-5756.
FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri-
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-
artment, 2 bedrooms. $55 month.
Pay own utilities. 1015 Mon. Ave.
Call B. C. Gailliard 227-7396, 1009


FOR SALE: Furnished cottage,
Beacon, Hill. No down payment,
no closing' costs, $50.00 per month
Including interest. Immediate pos-
session. $5,;000.00 Call Silas R.
Stone. 227-7161. tfc-2-15
FOR SALE: One duplex apartment
at 1210-1212 Palm Blvd. $12,500.00,
no down payment, no closing costs,
$75.00 lper month, interest included.
Call Silas R. Stone, phone 227-
7161. tfc-2-15
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame house
at White City. Large lot. See Da-
vid Rich or call 229-1145.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Chihua-
hua puppies. See H. F. Ayers,
Highland View .or phone 7-3986.
FOR SALE: 1960 Mobile home. 10
x50, 2 'bedroom. Front kitchen.
$350.00 and 'take up payments. 319
Duval St., Oak Grove. 2tp
CHAIN LINK FENCE
For free estimates call C. W.
Long, .phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
2 bedroom briok home, 1031 Long
Ave. Also two story, two bedroom
stuceo home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone
648-4128, J. A. Mira.


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Pate's Service Center

Port St. Joe, Fla.


FOR SALE
Three bedroom house with gar-
age, breezeway and oak floors. On
90x165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave. To
sell for only $350 down plus closing
cots. Balance on FHA loan.
Two bedroom frame dwelling in
good condition on 15th St. Only
$7,500.
Have an old huose on Seventh
Street located on two very nice
lots. Can sell for only $5,000. The
lots alone are worth half the price.
Two bedroom 'house in good con-
dition on McClellan Avenue. Can
sell for total cost of only $6,937.91.
Pay $1200. down and assume FHA
mortgage for 'balance.
New three bedroom house in Oak
Grove on 80 ft. lot. C.an sell for
only $5,000.
Large two bedroom masonry
house with oak floors and floor
furnace in very good condition.
Buy owners equity for $1500 and
assume existing mortgage.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
HELP WANTED: Splendid Raw-
leigh business available in. Gulf
Co. Exceptional opportunity for in-
dustrious person. See D. C. Thrash,
1422 N. Boulevard, Tallahassee or
write Rawleigh's Dept., FAB-100-18,
Memphis, Tenn. 3tp-2-15
FOR SALE: 2 'bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe-
ther planning to move across
town ,or across the nation, you may
be sure that your most priceless
belongings are in experienced and
capable hands. We represent May-
flower, nationwide movers. Call us
for f r e e estimates. SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument
Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18
INCOME TAX SERVICE: Call 648-
4436 after 5:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs.
Chuck Gibson. 13tp-1-4
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec
All Master Masons cordially invited
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Butford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
iitck expert service, tte
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGIbN, Meet.
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 0p.m. Amnerioan Legion
Home.
,.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your 'lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
A.. A. M.-Regular convocation of
-- St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M.; 2nd 'and 4th Mondays. All vitib
ing brother's welcome.
Joha H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Mlets second and fourth
Thursday 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. Atl members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
LOTS FOR SALE: in Oak Grove.
$25.00 down, $25.00 per mo. Phone
227-3201 or contact Tomlinson Ab-
stract Co. 8tc-1-4


SANDBLASTING and PAINTING:
Boat trailers, refrigerators, etc.
See Warren Whitfield, phine 227-
3983, 106 Bayview Dr., Highland
View. tfc-1-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
IN RE: Estate of
MANNING BRYANT SMITH,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Manning Bryant .Smith, deceased,
are hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
:they may have against said estate
in the office of Honorable 'Sam P.
Husband, County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within six
calendar months from the date of
the first publication of this notice.
Each claim or demand .must be in
writing and 'must state the place of
,residence and ipost-office address of
!the claimant and must be sworn to
'by the claimant, his agent, or his
attorney, or it wlil become void ac-
cording to law.
TOM FLEMING SMITH
Administrator .of the Estate
of Manning Bryant Smith
4t-2-6

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Bowling

(Continued from page 3)
had the team 'high series of 507.
Stone's Bar had to bowl two men
in the 'blind, which makes it diffi-
cult to win. Martin had a series of
364 and Roy Collins a series of 343.
Pat Kelly had three very fine
games of 171, 183 and 175 to give
him a series of 529.

;On alleys seven and eight Prid-
geon's attacked Philip's "66" at the
beginning and never let up to take
four points.
Tommy Pridgeon had the high
series 'for th'e team with 523 and
included was a, game of 210. Zim-
merman bowled above his average
all three games for a 476 series.
W'hitehurst had a series of 334 for
two games, Jimmy Costin and Bob
Nedl'ey 'had a 266 .and 271 series
respectively in two games and War-
ing Murdock had a 476.
Bob Melton, 'bowling for Phillips,
"66" team for the first time had
a 431 series for an average of 143.
Ferrell had -a 343 series and in the
second game picked up the 4-6 split
which is among the harest to con-
nect. Lee Taylor had a 406 series
with a strong last game of 168.
Hart had 'a 376 series and Wynn a
423 series.


STANDINGS
Team W
Woolford's 60
Pat's Wonder Bar 50%
Leven's Custom 45
Pridgeon Agency 42% *
Pate's Shell 39
Stone's Bar 38
Phillip's "66" 24


L
24
20%
39
41%
41
46
60


Next week the line-up will be as
follows:
Pat's Wonder Bar vs Phillip's.
Pylant's vs. Leven's Custom.
Pridgeon Agency vs Woolford's.
Pate's Shell vs. Stone's Bar.


Presbyterian

(Continued 'From Page 1)
has 'two children.
He has .been invited to visit the
church with a' view to a call to be
the pastor and to succeed Rev. B.
B. Underwood.
Dr.. .urney B. Roddy, acting pas,
tor -of the Presbyterian Church an-
nounces that Rev. Hollyfield is a"
promising -young man and it is ihdp.
ed all members of the church and
friends- will hear him Sunday.

'Elementary School Lunch
Room Weekly Menu

,Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, Feburary 26


Baked beans, vienna sausage,
spiced beets, cabbage slaw, home-
made biscuits and 'butter, jelly and
milk.
Tuesday, February 27
Sloppy joe, collard greens, let-
tuce and tomato salad. corn bread
'and butter, .chocolate cake and
milk.
'Wednesday, February 28
Barbecued pork on buns, snap
beans, carrot sticks, white bread
and butter, apple pie and milk.
Thursday, March 1
Shepherd's pie, navy beans, slic-
ed tomatoes, brown 'bread and but-
ter, cinnamon rolls and milk.
Friday, March 2
Macaroni salad, 'buttered spin-
ach, bread 'and butter, Jello and
milk.


CARD OF THANKS
We would like to express our
thanks to Dr. Joe Hendrix, the hos-
pital staff and friends who stood
by to help with oxygen while our
husband and father was in the hos-
pital. We really appreciated the
prayers, cards, gifts and flowers.
MRS. C. F. KELLY
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. KELLY


THE STAR

Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Companv
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BA=. 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Poetoffice, Port St. Joe,
Floridh, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-.-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.'
The spoken word ir given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word to6xrughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word e.emalns.


FHE STAR, Port at. Joe, Fla.


Garden Club

Plants Trees

The Port St. Joe Garden Club,
with .the -assistance of P. W. Petty
and labor furnished by the City of
Port St. Joe, planted 56 trees; 30
red bud, 25 hollies and one mag-
nolia. Red bud trees were planted
on Monument Avenue where some
of former plantings had died or
been -broken off. On Palm Boule-
vard and in the newly created City
Park, other holly and red bud trees
were planted. The magnolia was
planted in Patton Park and the hol-
ly on Monument Avenue and Six-
teenth Street 'and Garrison Ave-
nue.
The trees were purchased with
funds 'donated by the Wives Club
of 'the Michigan Chemical Com-
pany. The Garden Club says "thank
you" to this civic minded group.
The committee in charge of -pur-
chases and planting were: Mrs.
Terry Hinote, 'club 'president; Mrs.
Gordon. Thomas, Mrs. Chauncey
Costin, Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., and
Mrs. John Robert Smith.
Trees .make a cooler and more
'beautiful city. Won't you join in
the effort -to make Port St. Joe
more .beautiful by planting a tree-
preferably one that blooms, or
bears .berries to 'attract .birds? The
clulb-can furnish you a list of such
trees. -

ATTEND PTA
Want Ads Get. Res.ilt.


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1962


Social Security

Information

People who are nearing or are
past 62 years of age can .save 'time
and speed up the payment of their
first Social Security checks if they
get in touch with the Social Secur-
ity 'office early, according to John
V. Carey, District Manager of the
Panama City Social Security office.
An application for retirement pay-
ments can tbe filed as much as
three months before the person ac-
tually retires. .Carey also noted that
people who plan. to go on working
past retirement age should get in
touch-with the office to find out
whether a recent change in the law
will permit them to collect some
payments in addition to their earn-
ings;
To insure prompt payment of the
first 'check, persons who call at the
office should -bring their Social Se-
curity cards, proof of age or date
of birth, and evidence of 1961 earn-
ings-withholding statement (Form
W-2) for employees or copies of
Feedral income 'tax returns and
proof of, payment of taxes for self-
employed.
Carey explained that even if all
of these papers are not available,
no one should delay filing an ap-
plication for 'benefits. For further
information, contact your nearest
Social Security office. The office
for. this. area is located at 1135
Harrison Avenue, Panama City,
telephone PO 3-5331.


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