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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: March 1, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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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, FLORIBA THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1962 NUMBER 22


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wc$4.-EY R. RAMSEY


Well, the good Col. Glenn made
it back .safe and sound last Tues
day and most of the celebrating is
over and done with.
History has been made ant
.how many of us realize it?
Col. Glenn's voyage is akin tc
that of Columbus in '1492 with just
as many dangers, but perhaps with
not as many unknowns.
It is probably true that not many
thought -much of Columbus' feat at
the time other than something tc
be celebrated and not as an epoch
in the .march of man. Just so it is
with Col. Glenn. He has done a
great thing, but few realize the
changes in man's existence it may
portend.

And then, 400 years from now,
our descendents will read about it
in history books.
And while we're about it, we
can't help ,but wonder about -the
difference in cost of the two explor-
ations. Columbus had three small
decrepit ships, while Col. Glenn had
the advantage of an expenditure of
billions of dollars over the years in
preparation for his four hour ride.
*...> 1.
And speaking of earth shatter-
ing and changing events. It is a
shock to learn that you have a
son that wears clothes as big as
yours.
Everywhere we can purchase
books on how to bring up chil-
dren without damaging their
psyche's, but what's to help the
parent who has been laboring un-
der the illusions that he is not
getting any older Everybody
else is, but not the dilluded par-
ent.
Until, one day he steps into a
pair of his son's pants by mistake
and they fitl
That's the day. The top of the
hill. The beginning of the down-
,ill ride.
3ut then, this brings on some
adr'ed responsibilities. We must
take care now that none of our
pants make it to ,the football
field and that we do not leave
the house in a pair of ivy leagues.
But, -we don't have to worry
about losing our shoes to a grow-
; Ing boy. They're too little .
-for him.
We tittered toourself the oth-
er week when someone said that
he didn't think we were young
enough to win the Jaycee Distin-
guished Service Award. (Age 35
or under).
After the pants incident, we
had to take a look at the birth
certificate and make sure. And
sure enough, we just did make it.
4. 4. .-
The new Phillip's "66" automotive
service is opening today along with
a 'new Steak House (.page ad in-
side) which will make for a fine
addition to the modern businesses
in Port St. Joe.
George Tapper, who has the Phil-
lip's franchise for Gulf .County has
built 'the station and restaurant and
the whole operation is being leas-
ed by Ed Woods, operator of the


Annual Boy Scout



Drive Organized


Dr. Willa Dean Lowery
Appointed Health Doctor

Willa Dean Lowery, M.D., has
-been appointed the Health Officer
for the Franklin and Gulf County
Health Units.
Dr. Lowery received her M.D. de-
gree from the University of Miami
and did one year of rotating intern-
ship at Jackson Memorial Hospital
in Miami.
For the past year and a half, Dr.
Lowery has been Assistant Health
Officer at the Escambia County
Health Department in Pensacola.
Dr. Lowery has also served on the
Board of Directors for the Escam-
bia County Retarded Children's As-
sociation. Before obtaining her
medical degree she worked as re-
search bacteriologist for the Bu-
reau of Laboratories at the Florida
State Board of Health and the De-
partment of State International
Corporation Administration, Wash-
ington., D. C.
Dr. Lowery is a graduate of Port
St. Joe High School and the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lowery
-of Port St. Joe.


Plans began to take shape this
week to conduct the annual Boy
Scout Fund drive in Port St. Joe,
Silas R. Stone, local attorney is
chairman of the drive.
Stone has appointed for his exec-
utive committee for the drive the
following people: Prospects, Chaun-
cey Costin; Publicity, Wesley R.
Ram sey; Arrangements, J. T.
Simpson; Audit, Walter C. Dod-
son; Industrial, Robert Fox and
Commercial, Otis Pyle.
This committee met last Satur-
day morning and .began to map
plans for the coming drive.
The drive will begin Friday,
March 9 at 7:00 a.m. with a kick-
off breakfast at the City Cafe for
all the drive captains. An attempt
will be made to complete the drive
next week end.
To expedite the drive and lighten
the burden on all drive captains,
the city has -been -divided into sec-
tions with team captains for each
section. These .captains have not
all been verified as yet and will be
announced in next week's paper.
The captains will appoint workers
to -cover their -area.


Jesse Clinton Thursbay, 66, Dies

Saturday In Tallahassee Hospital

Funeral services for Jesse Clin- King, C. G. Costin, Jr., George Tap-
ton Thursbay, 66 of Port St. Joe, per, Silas R. Stone, Watson Smith
who died Saturday morning in a and Albert Thames.
Tallahassee hospital, were held at Honorary pallbearers were: Li-
3:30 p.m. Sunday from the First man Durant, George Adkins, Jack
Baptist Church here. Sheffield, C. G. Costin, Sr., WC 0.
The Rev. C. Byron Smith officiat- Anderson, Calvin Floyd, John G.
ed assisted by Rev. Hubert White. Blount, P. W. Petty, Ed Woods, Da-
Burial followed in Holly Hill Ceme- vid May, W. D. Dare, Dave Maddox,
tery. Fred Maddox, Charlie Parker, John
Mr. Thursbayr ,'as superintendent Cannington, F. W. McDonald, Hosie
of state roads for Gulf County -for Owens, Blake Thomason, R. D.
the past 30 years. He was a veteran Prows, Earl Tom PrGdgeon, Sr.,
of World Warl1 and member of Donald Parker, B. G. Buzzett.
the First Baptist Church here in George Davis, Emory Stephens,
Port St. Joe. Emmette Daniell, Arnold Daniell,
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Carlos Miles, F. F. Nelson, George
Mae Thursbay of Port St. Joe; a Cooper, W. W. Barrier, Barney Al-
son, Wilmer Thursbay, a daughter, sobrook, Framk Hannon, R. W.
Mrs. Brady Jordan, both of Port Henderson, Basil McKnight, Jim
St. Joe; two sisters, Mrs. P. L. Powers, Tommy Hutchins, Jimmy
Morris, Sr. of McClenny and Mrs. Greer, Carl Raffield, Harry Brew-
Bud Whitaker of Bristol; one bro- ton, Jim Sealey, H. W. Griffin, B.
their, J. E. Thursday of Donalson- E. Parker, M. G. Brock, Dave Gas-
ville, Ga.; five grandchildren and kin, Sam Husband and Jack Con-
one g-reat-grandchild. nell.
Active pallbearers were: Freddie Comforter Funeral Home was in
Branch, Karl Marshall, Dr. R. E. charge of arrangements.
K
IGA Foodliner and Variety Store. Glidden To Make Repairs
George Is crowing about the fact
that he has placed Phillip's credit Bob Fox, manager of the Glidden
cards in the -hands of J. Lamar Mil- Chemical Company here In Port St.
lea, "Bubba" Gander and Cleve Ran- Joe announced this week that the
dolph. plant would shut down on March
There is also a rumor out that 5 for a period of one week.
George and Ed are offering free Fox said that the plant must
steaks this week end, but they did- make some repairs on their two
n't say anything about it in their cracking towers and the operation
ad so you will just have to go by must be shut down to make the re-
and see for yourself. pairs.
And, ladies, the washroom has a The plant will resume operation
gold plated wash ,basin and spigots, as soon as the repairs can be made. j


Sharks Enter District Play


Played Bonifay*
Wednesday Night

. The Port St. Joe Sharks entered
the Group I, Class "A" Basketball
Tournament last night at 9:30 p.m.
Port St. Joe time, against the Boni-
fay Blue Devils.
If the Sharks won last night (the
game was played after press time
for this week's paper, so we will
not have the results until next
week) the Sharks will play Pensa-
cola Tech, first seeded team, this
afternoon at 3:30 p.m., Port St.
Joe time.
The Tournament is -being played
in DeFuniak Springs and will con-
tinue through Saturday. Admission
to the tournament games has been
set at 50c for students and $1.00 for
adults.
Seeded teams in the tournament
are: Pensacola Tech, first; Jay,
second; Tate of Pensacola, third
and Marianna, fourth.
Referees for the tournament will
be Walter Dye, Buck Jones and
Jim Clark.


Close Season With
Win Over Carrabelle

Led by Larry Griner's 18 points,
the Port St. Joe Sharks ended their
cage season last Friday night on a
resounding victory over the Carra-
belle Mullets. The Sharks defeated
Carrabelle 69-34.
The victory was the eighth in
19 games for St. Joe. Carrabelle suf-
fered its ninth loss in 20 decisions.
The Sharks took a 15-8 lead in
the first quarter and outscored the
Mullets in every remaining quar-
ter to cop their victory.
Johnny Ray and George Boyer
aided the cause by adding 13 and
11 points, respectively, for the
Sharks.
Lavon Clark was high for the
losers with 14.


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Boyer 5 1 11 Clark
Kennedy 2 3 7 |Grice
Ray 5 3 13 | McMillion
Griner 7 3 18 Butler
Chason 3 0 6 | Langley
Gibson 3 1 7 Glass


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3 8 14
1 1 3
0 7 7
02 2
04 4
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World Day of

Prayer March 9


The women of Port St. Joe will
join with thousands of other wo-
men around the world when the
World Day of Prayer is observed
March 9. This year the service will
-be held at St. James Episcopal
Church at 3:00 p.m. with women
from all protestant denominations
participating. All women of Port
St. Joe are not only Invited, but
urged to attend the meeting and


rellowship afterwards in thme
House.

Johnson 0 2 21Mock
Ken'ton 0 1 11 B'quist
Martin 1 2 4
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 15 17 17
Oarrabelle 8 12 7

Advertising Pays- Try It
Advertising Pays- Try It


The Port St. Joe High School is


Paving Project Still Not




Settled; County Studies


Paved roads for Port St. Joe became the topic of conversation Tuesday night at the
Gulf County Commission meeting. The Commission was in receipt of a Resolution from
the City of Port St. Joe requesting four paving projects in North Port St. Joe and a four
block strip of paving for Marvin Avenue between 16th and 20th Streets.
The Resolution gave priority to


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R. H. ElIzey

Candidate for

Representative

*R. H. (Bob) Ellzey qualified witl
the Secretary of State's office ir
Tallahassee Tuesday afternoon oi
this week as a candidate for State
Representative of Gulf County.
Ellzey is president of the Junioi
Chamber of Commerce in Port St
Joe and serves as assistant Fire
Chief of the volunteer fire depart-
ment. He also serves as chairman
of the Dollars for Democrats and
the TB Easter Seals campaign, and
is Assistant State Chairman for the
Young Democrats Presidential Din-
,'er slated in Miami this month.
The candidate, who has headed
several civic projects, is married
and has two boys, ages 12 and two.
His wife's name is Dorothy and his
sons are Bobby and Lee.
"If elected I will be in the Legis-
lature's halls each day it is in ses-
sion working for Gulf County's just
share of services," said Ellzey. "I
consider myself a 'Pork-Chopper'
and will align myself with the small
county majority bloc, but intend
to work for tihe '. -lopment of' the
entire area," he added.
Ellzey is a member of the First
Baptist Church and has served on
the Port St. Joe City Commission.
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Rev. Harry Babbitt

Tells Rotwry of

History and Work

Rotarian Harry Babbitt present-
ed the program to the Rotary Club
ast Thursday at noon. Babbitt is
chairman of the Rotary Information
Committee and used his program
time to impart a little information
on the history and work of Rotary
to his fellow members.
Babbitt took several articles out
if the Rotary magazine, 'passed
hem out to members of the club.
He then asked questions pertaining
o the articles for the members to
answer.
To demonstrate the varied sub-
ects in the Rotarian magazine the
speaker asked such questions as'
what are some unique club pro-
ects, what is the Rotary Founda-
ion, what is the local club budget,
low is Rotary conducted in Chile,
Irazil and Bolivia, what is the pop-
lation of Guatamala, Bolivia, Chile
nd other South American coun-
ries and what are their main
sources of occupation?
The program was unique, inter-
sting and educational.
Guests of the club were Gene
Nustin and Fred Stanford of Apa-
achicola.
Beginning this Thursday, the Ro-
ary Club will begin a month-long
ttenda'nce contest with the Apa-
ichicola Club with the losers fet-
ig the winners. Ed Ramsey is in
charge of attendance for the con-
ist.


Students To Have

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Mrs. Terry Hinote and Mrs. H.
W. Griffin appeared before the COUHty HOS
County Board Tuesday night rep- W
resenting the Port St. Joe Garden Water Troubles
Club -and presented three requests
to the Board.At Borrow Pit
First, the Club asked that the
Commission purchase a Blue Star Gulf County is already havi
Memorial Marker to be placed at trouble with its new borrow
the foot of Allen Memorial Way .on without -having dug any dirt fr
U. S. Highway 98 designating that it. It has been discovered that
Highway as a Blue Star Memorial can be removed only three and
Highway. Mrs. Hinote told the half feet deep due to a high wan
Board that the marker would cost table. The Board has -been offe
about $100.00. She also reported an acre wide strip that is some f
that the State Road Department acres long to a small stream
has already agreed to build a plan- which they may drain their pit, te
ter for the marker. making dirt available for 11 f
Chairman Harden said that the deep.
Board cannot make the contribu-, The conditionof the Road a
tion to the Garden Club but that Bridge fund was discussed (fr-
they would purchase the marker which such a purchase would
and give is to the Club. He then in- made) and it was decided to .p
structed Mrs. Hinote to act as pur- a small amount down as a bim
chasing agent for the County to and the remainder of the purchi
secure the marker. price on January 1, 1963.
Mrs. Hinote then told the Board T-he seller of the property ,
that the City had recently leased not given the Board his aski
the Club some property in Port St. price. Commissioner A. J. Strip'
Joe and they would like for the land was authorized to trade wi
County to provide them with some the landowner for the property.
fill dirt for the property. Max W. ________ ____
Kilbourn, County Engineer said ,
that the property would,-require Elizabeth Browne
about 200 loads of dirt. ...
The Board all said tlat the Coun- Enters Contest
ty could not provide that much dirt
in the near future, but that they Aliss Elizabeth Ann Brown
would provide the dirt as they 19-year-old daughter of Mr. an
could over a period of time. Mrs. Charles Browne will ente
The Club then approached theS the Azalea Festival Beauty Con
Board asking for support in re-1 test in Palatka this week end.


fourth priority.
Mrs. Neva Croxton (who repre-
sents White City) said she was fa-
miliar with both the White City
street and Marvin Avenue and mov-
ed that Marvin be given third pri-
ority and White, City streets fourth
priority since Marvin needed the
paving worse.
ASKS HIGHER PRIORITY
White still was not satisfied and
asked the Board to give Marvin
Avenue a priority two rating and
if 'necessary drop the new addition
to the Port St. Joe request to third
priority.
Chairman E. C. Harden told
White that in most oases, the top
three priorities of -a request are
usually constructed on the first
letting and that Marvin was virtual-
ly assured paving in its new posi-
tion of third priority. The words
"usually" and "most cases" didn't
satisfy White however and he con-
tinued to press for second priority.
The Chairman, E. C. Harden said
tha" the streets are usually let on
the request -of the City Commis-
sion ,but that he didn't think the
Board was necessarily bound by
the practice. He then suggested that
due to differences in the February
20 requests, the requests of the re-
solution presented t h e County
Board and White's request, it was
the opinion of the Board after much
discussion that a meeting should be
held with -the Port St. Joe Commis-
sion Friday night of this week to
iron out the differences and get a
clear-cut agreement of roads to -be
paved.
This meeting will be held tomor-
row night at 7:30 p.m. at the City
Hall in Port St. Joe.
The Board agreed to place Mar-
vin in priority two subject to the
outcome of Friday's meeting.


James McDaniel To

Seek Commission Post

James G. McDaniel of Wewa-
hitohka announced this week that
he will seek the office of County
Commissioner from District 2. This
seat is now held by E. C. Harden,
Sr., also of Wewahitchka.
McDaniel was born and reared
i-n Gulf County. He has served six
years on the Wewahitchka Board
of City Commission. He served four
years active duty with the U. S.
Air Force with 36 months of his
duty being spent overseas.
McDaniel said that his reason for
running was "to place the govern-
ment of Gulf Coun.y back in the
hands of the ,people from which it
comes". He also said that the vote
and support of everyone in the
county will -be appreciated.


questing the State Road Depart-
ment to -beautify Highway 71 -be-
tween Port St. Joe and Wewahitch-
ka. It would be necessary for the
County to purchase the necessary
shrubbery and plant at the direc-
tion of the State Road Department.
The Board said that they could not
do this project this year, or any
one year, but that. they would take
the project under advisement for
beginning at their next fiscal year.


Miss Browne will be vyeing for
an $8,000 scholarship and a posi-
tion in the "Miss Florida" beau-
ty contest.
The contest also features tal-
ent as well as beauty. Miss
Browne will use interpretive
dancing as her talent.
She has been entered in the
contest by the Port St. Joe Jay-
cees. Dr. Conrad Williams is in
charge of the project.


Kiwanis Minstrel



Set For March 16


- -

Evaluation Day

Friday for Port

St. Joe Schools

Friday, March 2 is Evaluation
Day at the Port St. Joe Higb
School. On this day the pupils re-
main at home and the parents go to
school.
On Evaluation Day, school time
and teacher time is reserved for
parents to visit the school and to
consult with the faculty about the
educational and social progress of
their children.
The faculty members listed be-
low may be found in the places de-
signated between the hours of 8:30
ot 12:00 and 1:00 to 3:30.
Mr. Faison, 4; Mrs. Nicholson,
Library; Mrs. Sanborn, 5; Mrs.
Sims, 16; Mrs. McConnell, 12;
Mrs. Pridgeon, Home Ec.; Mr. Gun.
ter, 15; Mr. Dean, Band Room; Mr.
Craig, Gym office; Mr. McConnell,


Parish having a super service car wash 7; Mr. Yadon, Shop; Mr. Moore,
on Saturday, March 3 at Gene Mc- 10; Mrs. Tison, 1; Mrs. Ivey, Of-
Cormick's Gulf Service Station, lo- fice; Mr. Traweek, 19; Mrs. Addi-
0 2 2 cated at the corner of Seventh St. son, 9; Mrs. Biggs, 6; Miss Dis-
0 1 1 a-nd Monument Avenue. The stu- muke, Auditorium; Mr. Gibson, 11;
dents will begin washing about 9:00 Mrs. Howard, 2; Mrs. Price, 13;
a.m. Bring your car by or call the Mr. Bozeman, 17; Mrs. Stone, 8;
20-69 station to have your car picked up Mr. McInnis, Old Science Lab; Mr.
7-34 and delivered. Nicholson, 3; Mrs. Kennington, 18;
.--- Mr. Blick, Office; Miss Niblack,
SHOP AT HOME Library.


The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
has set their annual Minsterl Show
this year for Friday, March 16 in
the Elementary School Auditorium.
Hubert Richards is director of
the show.
Kiwanians in charge of the dif-
ferent phases of producing the an-
nual show are:
Music: Tom Pridgeon, Hubert
Richards and Wesley Grace.
Talent: Conrad Williams, Bob
Freeman and Myrtle Odom.
Stage, make-up, costumes: Terry
Hinote and Joe Hendrix.
Programs, Tickets: Floyd Rob-
erts, George Anchors, Bill Thomp-
son and Tom Alsobrook.
Concessions: John Robert Smith,
Frank Hannon and Cecil Costin.
Advertising: Marion Parker, Mar-
ion Craig and Gannon Buzzett.
Staging: Walter Dodson, Frank
McDonald and Milton Anderson.
Interlocutor for the show will be
Calvin Floyd. Endmen will be Har-
old Odom, George Wimberly, Bob
King, Rev. J. C. Carmichael, Wal-
ter Dodson and Smiley Anchors.
Tickets will go on sale for 99c
for all seats the first of the
week by all Kiwanis members. Pro-
ceeds from the show are used to
finance Kiwanis work with youth
and underprivileged children in
Port St. Joe.

ATTEND PTA


Garden Club Representatives Ask

County To Provide Marker for Hwy. 98


the four projects in North Port St.
Joe, and Clyde A. White, a resident
,of the section of Marvin Avenue to
be paved, arose and protested the
priority listing as presented in the
Resolution. White told the Board
that the City had presented only
three streets above Marvin Avenue
at their meeting of February 20
with Marvin Avenue the fourth
choice. Now the ,list calls for an
additional street to be paved before
Marvin.
(The City had requested the
County to pave Avenue E from
Hodrick Street to Battle Street;
Avenue B from Main Street to
Battle Street and Battle Street
from Avenue C to Avenue A and
when money became available
later in the year, that Marvin
Avenue should be paved.)
The City's resolution for paving
,to the County Commission Tuesday
night, included the three streets
listed -above and had added Rob-
bins Avenue from Kenny Street to
Avenue A and Marvin Avenue from
16th Street to 20th Street.
The County Commission announ-
ced that a -street in Wewahitchxa
going by the new elementary school
had first priority; streets in North


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Cooper's Barber Shop


Hanmmnock's Barber Shop


SPECIAL NOTICE


TO THE HARD OF HEARING
PEOPLE OF THIS AREA .


ALSO STARRING EASTMAN CLU d LU. I
VERA MILES -CHARLES DRAKE-VIRGINIA GREY -REGINALD GARDINER
A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL RELEASE

WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY


H. L. HONEYCUTT


The Southern Hearing Aid Cen-
ter has acquired the permanent
services of Mr. H. L. Honeycutt
for special consultation, Friday,'
March 2, at the Motel St. Joe,
Port St. Joe, Florida. Mr. Honey-
cutt has had years of experience
in helping the hard of hearing.
We are proud to be able to offer
his services to the people of
this area at this time.


Senior Citizens

Club Planned

A move is now underway in Port
St. Joe to establish an organization
for the older group of town people.
Senior Citizens or Golden Agers
Clubs can .be found in most cities
throughout the United States. It's
a life saver for some older folks
who have nothing to interest them
and plenty of spare time on their
hands. It will also be a means of
interesting older folks to retire in
our city and so aid our town.
A group from Port St. Joe have
,been invited to 'visit with the Sen-
ior Citizens in Panama Ci'ty to aid
them in the work of getting this or-
ganization formed.
A social is -being planned in the
,coming weeks and all senior citi-
zens (those 50 years of age and
'older) will be invited to attend.
The Beta Sigma Phi's Sorority is
sponsoring this project. For more
information, call Mrs. Dave Jones.

Gladiolus Circle to Meet
March 8 at Belin Home
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will meet
Thursday, March 8 'at 3:00 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Jake Belin with
Mrs. J. A. Fillingim as co-hostess.
The program will 'be on "The
How and Why of Daylily Culture"
and the workshop will feature ar-
rangements using the 'parabolic
curve.
All members are urged to attend
and anyone interested in the Gar-
den 'Club activities are invited 'to
be present.


Mrs. Pauline McGill Hostess
To Eta Upsilon Chapter
Members of the Eta Upsilon
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met
Tuesday night in the home of Mrs.
Pauline McGill. Roll call was an-
swered with each girl's favorite
state-and Florida seeming to 'be
the most popular.
Mrs. Sara Peters led the busi-
ness portion of the meeting. It was
voted on by the group to send a
donation to the Beta Sigma Phi
endowment fund. This is an inter-
national fund donated by Beta Sig-
ma Phi Chapters throughout the
world. This fund has aided human-
ity tremendously through the pro-
jects which 'have received contribu-
tions from the Endowment Fund.
Such projects are: American 'Can-
cer Society, Girl's Town, U. S. A.,
National Cystic Fibrosis Research
Foundation and many more.
An Area Council meeting was
held Sunday, February 25 in Nice-
ville. Registration was from 9 til.
10 a.m. The group attended church
services and a business luncheon
followed after which Beta Sigma
Phi's toured Eglin AFB. Eight lof
the local chapter members attend-
ed from Port St. Joe.
Eta Upsilons have volunteered
their services in the American Can-
cer Society work in Port St. Joe
for this year.
Mrs. Elva Jones reported on her
service .project.
The culture program was. present-
ed 'by Mrs. Pauline McGill and was
on Famous Paintings.
A social time followed with the
hostesses serving delicious refersh-
ments. The next meeting will *be
held in the home of Mrs. Eulalia
Slajer.


School

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Hamburger on buns, buttered
English .peas, onion rings and .dill
pickles, 'pineapple pudding and
milk.
Wednesday, March 7
Baked beans and weiners, toss
salad, 'apricots, rolls, and milk.
Thursday, March 8 '
Turkey salad, butter b e a n s,
orange coconut cookise, buttered
bread and milk.
Friday, March 9
Cheese fondue, string beans, cab-
bage, apple and raisin salad, rolls
and milk.

Hospital Auxiliary Annual
Meeting Slated for March 7
The annual meeting of the Hospi-
tal Auxiliary will be held Wednes-
day, March 7 at 10:00 a.m. at the
Episcopal Parish House.
All members of the Auxiliary and
those interested in joining are urg-
ed to attend.

TO ATTEND DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie will
attend -a birthday dinner Sunday
for Mr. McKenzie's father, Sam Mc-
Kenzie, in Sopchoppy.


Bowling News

Merchant's League
Monday, February 26, on alleys
one and two, Pat's Wonder Bar
was mnet with force by the Phillip's
"66" team who in the first and sec-
ond games took them 'by a total of
85 pins. However, Pap's team came
back in the last 'game to win the
third game and total pins.
Phillip's 'bowled two men in the
'blind. Lee Taylor had -a real fine
series of 436 and if he could have
found the strike zone on alley two
as on one, 'he would have been ve:y
tough. Bob Melton had a fine ser-
ies of 496. Farrell gave a strong
helping hand in the second gam3
of 174 and ending up with a 383
series.
"Ski" Grabowski had a rough
time except for his second game of
180 .to give him the second high of
457. Ron Pendergraft had a series
,of 526. Bob Boden had two rough
games, however, gave a lot of help
in the 'third game with a 176 for a
series of 423. B. I. Mobley had a
422 series and Jake Koller had a
445 series.
:.* .:. .:.


On alleys three and four Pylant's
met Levens Custom Shop taking
three -out of .the four points.
Jim Atkinson had a fine series of
488 with a 165 and 182 in the first
P and second 'game. Bob Shaw, bowl-
ing as anchor for Pylant's, had a
series of 518 with a 167 and 193 in
the first a'nd second games. Randy
McClain had two rough games and
ended with a .series of 401. Ray
Gibson had a series of 432 and
Clyde White a series of 381.
Even's 'Custom Shop rallied the
third game to win 'by 39 pins, yet
not .enough to take toati pins. Zeli-
chowski had a series of 460. Wayne
Lighthill 'had *a series'of 371 and
R. B. Richardson a series of 416.
Ralph Ward, bowling ,as anchor,
had a 441 with a 178 in the third
game.
*:. *:
'On alleys five *and six, the top
team, Woolford's Standard took on
Pridgeon's Agency, but could gain
no ground until the third game.
The hard-hitting Prid'geon's, bowl-
ing one man in the 'blind, would in
no means let this handicap them
and 'bowled a 830, 898 and 750 for
a series of 2478. Tommy Pridgeon
and Waring Murdock were reach-
ing for the sky 'by bowling a 534
and 562 respectively. Ruel White-
hurst had a .399 series and Blair
Shuford a 438 series. Jimmy Cos-
tin bowled only one game for a
135.
For Woolford's team, Troy Gay
had a 412 series and Jim Boyer had
a 440 series. Adams had -a very fine
series with a 594, tying him for
third place in high series. Don
Huffman had a rough last game to
give a 490 series.
4. *:. :.
On alleys seven and eight, Pate's
Shell were in competition with the
Stone's Bar team losing three of
the four points.
Bill Tew had a series of 438, and
Don Sickman a series of 383. Grov-
er Holland had a real rough first
game tbut rallied a 394 series. Dane
had a 379 series and Luie Holland
a 336 series for Pates.
Ray Medlin, 'bowling as anchor
for Stone's Bar, had a 449 series.
Pat Kelly and Gordon Brown were
the strong men in the first game
with a 187 adn 199 respectively. Ray
Collins had a series of 346 and
Martin a series of 336.


THE stAl. Ooi t.i Joe. Fria.


Vitro Wives Club

Holds Meeting

The Vitro Wives Club held their
monthly meeting February 20 at
the Florida Power Lounge. Presi-
dent Jenny Richardson presided
over the short business meeting.
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast talked to the
group on flowers and driftwood ar-
rangements.
Eleven members enjoyed refresh-
ments served by Betty Whitehurst,
Jean Goolsby and Betty Peter-man,

Highland View Elementary


STANDINGS
W L Pct.
Woolford's Serv. 61 27 .693
Pat's Wonder Bar 56% 31/2 .642
Custom Shop 46 42 .523
Pridgeon Agency 45 42% .517
Stone's Bar 41 47 .466
Pate's Shell 40 48 .455
Pylant's 36 52 .409
Phillip's "66" 26 62 .295
Next Monday, Stone's Bar vs
Woolford's Service Station, Pate's
Shell vs Pridgeon Agency, Phillip's
"66" vs Pylants and Pat's Wonder
Bar vs Leven's Custom Shop.

Shark League
By GEORGE BOYER
February 24 the Sharks Bowling
League -took the lanes once again.
Boyles expanded their first place
lead 'by taking all four games from
Frank and Dot's. They were on al-
leys five and six, while next to
them on alleys three and four,
Ndeley's and Florida Bank were
battling. Nedley's took all four of
the games. Florida Bank, which
was under 'the name of Star, has
changed back to Florida Bank
On alleys one and two, WJOE
and Carp's were in combat. Carp's
was hoping to win all four of the
games to place them in second
place. They lost! Leaving WJOE
to their second place throne.
On alleys one *and two, David
Roche got 'a 203 game in his third
game. In 'the tenth frame he got a


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turkey to help along the 203 game.
Wiht this game it moved David
into third place in the individual
high single game, behind Frankie
Scott wth a 218 and Carl Zimmer-
man' with a 205.
Courtney Martin and Carl Zim-
merman seemed to be comparing
each other's ability to 'bowl. They
each got a 3-10 split.
Each week the teams will bowl
at 1:00 p.m. at the St. Joe Bowling
Lanes. The teams are all sponsor-
ed by the Port St. Joe Jaycees.

Commercial League
By JAKE KOLLER
Florida National Bank dropped
Vitro into a mud hole last week ,by
taking three 'out of four points. This
leaves Vitro with a close race with
time. because they can only lose a
couple more games or .they are out
of the running. Yeager led the at-
tack for the Bank followed close by
Walter Dodson's 460. Walt helped
greatly with the first game by roll-
ing 196. .Randy McClain was high
for Vitro with 522. Grabowski and
Shaw followed with 488 and 476.
Philco just about shut the door
on the rest of the League by slam-
uning Floyd Chevrolet around for
four points. Bill Richan was high
ior tha Philco team with 526. Mel-
ton fell off his hot pace but still
rolled good enough for 504. Calvin
(Continued On Page 6)


Lunch Room Menu
Highland View Elementary
Monday, March 5
Blanched peas, peanut
candy, buttered turnips,
stick 'and corn bread.
Tuesday, March 6


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Circle Meetings
The WMS Circles of Long Ave-
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with a continuation of the program,
"That Thy Way May Be Known".
The study this month was on "Mi-
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Christ. Southern Baptist women
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the spiritual concern of the com-
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Circle One met February 20-With
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix. Members
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Mrs. E. E. Weeks, Mrs. H. L. Ford,
Mrs. W. D. Sykes,. A love offering
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THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1962


joyable hour of fellowship land re-
freshments were served oy the hos-
tesses, Mrs. Ella Stebel and Mrs.
Mary Smith.
The next ,meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Eva Weston on
March 7 at 10:00 a.m. All women
of White City are cordially invited
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One visitor, Mrs. N. G. Martin and
one new member, Mrs. Grady Play-
er, were also present.
Circle Two met February 20 at
the home of Mrs. George Cooper.
Members present were: Mrs. T. J.
Braxton, Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Ms. Joel
Haris, Mrs. Frank Barnes, and Mrs.
J. C. Odum. The members are tak-
ing the responsibility of sponsor-
ing a 12'year old girl in the Chil-
dren's Home.
Circle Three met February 20
with Mrs. J. E. McLeod. Taking
part on the Royal Service program
"Migrants" were Mrs. Herman Bar-
bee, Mrs. Joe Alligood, Mrs. George
McLawhon, Mrs. Lucille Zipperer,
Mrs. Keith Ward, Mrs. L. E. Voss,
Mrs. M. H. Conger adn Mrs. J. E.
McLeod.
Circle Five -met February 20 with
Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite. A love of-
fering for the Children's Home was
given. The Royal' Service 'program
on "Migrants" was presented. Mrs.
Wesley R. Ramsye, -dressed as a
migrant worker, gave "A Mother's
Soliloquy" to introduce the ipro-
gram. Present were: Mrs. Gene
Fowler, Mrs. Tim Boone, Mrs. T.
M. Watts, Mrs. J. D. Clark, Miss
Alma Baggett, Mrs. Wesley R.
Ramsey and Mrs. C. E. Mussel-
white.
Circle Six met February 19 at
,the Long Avenue Baptist Church
with Mrs. Donald Laird, 'and Mrs.
Theo Johnson as the hostesses. The
Royal Service program on "Mi-
grants" was presented, and a love
offering for the Children's Home
was given. Members present were:
Mrs. Billy Norris, Mrs. Danny Mad-
dox, Mrs. James Atkinson, Mrs.
Charles Harris, Mrs. Tony Peter-
man, Mrs. David Jenkins, Mrs. Joe
Fortner, Mrs. Clyde White, Mrs.
Gary E. Manz, Mrs. Theo Johnson
and Mrs. Donald Laird.
,Circle Seven met February 20
with Mrs. James Jones. Members
present were: Mrs. George Holland,
Mrs. Barney Earley, Mrs. Raymond
Hardy. The Royal Service program
on the Migrant people .and what
the Southern Baptists are doing
for them, was Ipresented.
---- K----
Christian 'Science Speaker
Featured At Panama City
Neil H. Bowles, lecturer on
Christian .Science, will discuss the
spiriutal and scientific significance
of the Scriptures in a lecture next
Sunday afternoon, it was. announ-
ced iby First .Church of Christ,
Scientist, Panama City.
Mr. Bowles will speak in the
church edifice at 11th and DeGama
Streets at 3:30 on, the subject,
"Christian Science: It's Revelation
of God's Healing and Protecting
Law". Local church members have
invited the general public to attend
the lecture which is open without
charge.
A native of Chicago, Illinois, Mr.
Bowles is a -Christian Science tea-
cher and practitioner. He withdrew
from business in 1942 to devote his
full time to the public practice of
Christian Science healing. He has
been an authorized teacher of
Christian Science since 1949. A for-
mer Christian Science Committee
on Publication for the State of
Georgia, he dhas served from tme
to time as speaker on the radio
series "How Christian Science
Heals." Since becoming a member
of The Christian Science Board of
Lectureship in 1958, he has travel-
ed widely in Europe and other areas
as well as the United States and
Canada. His present home is Atlan-
ta, Georgia.


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January 2, 1962
The Board 'of Pulblic Instruction,
Gulf County, met on the above date
in regular session with the follow-
ing' present and acting: Otis Pyle,
Chairman, Carter Ward, J. K. Whit-
field, William Roemer, Sr., mem-
bers. C. E. Boyer was absent.
The Superintendent was present
and acting.
The minutes for the preceding
meeting were read and approved.
The Financial Statement for the
month of December was examined
and approved.

FOR EXPERT

Electrical Repairs
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Chairman


WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
February 6, 1962
The Board of Public Instruction
met on the above date in regular
session, with the following present
and -acting: William Roemer, chair-
man, Carter Ward, Otis Pyle, J. K.
Whitfield *and 0. E. Boyer, mem-
bers.
The Superintendent was present
and acting.
The minutes for the preceding
meeting were read and adopted.
The Financial Statement for the
month of January was examined
and 'approved.
The Sanitarian's report was ex-
amined and 'ordered filed.
A committee of the Port St. Joe
Elementary P.T.A. met with the
Board to request venetian ,blinds
for four class rooms and the lunch-
room.
Moved by Pyle seconded by Boy-
er ito instruct the Superintendent
to get prices and install if possible.
All voted yes.
The Board approved the plans of
the Principals' o make a test run
of evacuating the schools in case
of disaster.
Moved iby Pyle seconded by Whit-
field to employ Forest Coxan, as
Architect to .draw up plans for an
addition to the George Washington,
School. All voted yes.
The Board extended the profes-
sional leave of Royce Dickens for-
one year.
There being no further business.

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The Health Department reports
were examined and ordered filed.
Otis Pyle resigned as chairman
of the Board.
Moved by Ward, seconded by
Whitfield to -elect William Roemer,
Sr., as Chairman of the Board&for
the 1962 fiscal year. All voted yes.
Moved by Pyle, seconded by
Ward to elect C. E. Boyer a sVice-
Chairman of the board for 1962 fis-
cal year. All voted yes.
The Board approved the Superin-
tendent attending the Superinten-
dent's meeting in Gainesville, Jan-
uary 18 and 19.
There -being no further business
to come 'before the Board, it did
then adjourn to meet again Febru-
ary 6, 1962.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens Otis Pyle


to come before the toard it did
then adjourn to meet 'again in reg-
ular session, March 6, 1962.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens -
Superintendent
William Roemer, Sr.
Chairman

Cancer "Quacks" Cause
Many Unnecessary Deaths
There is no way of knowing the
total number of lives lost each year
because desperate people entrust
themselves to the diabolical quacks
who offer a via Icontaining a sec-
ret potion, a miracle pill, or a talis-
man guaranteed to "cure" cancer.
Nor is there a way of knowing the
total amount of the millions of dol-
lars 'foolishly spent to obtain the
necessary "miracles".
Tremendous strides have been
made by medicine and science in
the fight 'against cancer. Today,
one -cancer case in three is being
,cured. This is an increase in cure
rate of about 140 ,er cent.
One can be sure that no quack
helped raise that .cure rate.
Knowing the seven danger sig-
nals is one of the 'best ways for
one to guard 'himself against can-
cer. They are:
1. Any sore that ,does not heal'.
2. A lump or thickening, in the
breast or elsewhere.
3. Unusual bleeding or discharge.
4. Any change in a wart or nmole.
5. Persistent indigestion or diffi-
culty in swallowing.
6. Persistent hoarseness or cough.
7. Any change in normal bowel
habits.
Although these signs may not
mean cancer, the appearance of
any one of them should always
mean a visit to the doctor.
Thousands of cancer patients are
being cured every year but only by
the three recognized treatments-
X-ray, radium and surgery.
No cancer ever cured itself and
none was ever cured by pills, salves
powders, or any other "home" rem-
edy, nor 'by a wonderr .doctor",
"secret" method, medicine or gad-
get.
Do not entrust your life or the
lives of the members of your fam-
ily 'with anyone who is not a reput-
able physician.

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STUDIO
Phone 227-2491


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ANN PAGE BOSTON STYLE, VEGETARIAN or-LB.' CANS
PORK & BEANS 9 cans '$1.00


Gentle
IVORY SNOW reg. 33c
Detergent
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GET A,
CASH REFUND
ON
Each Purchase
OF
SHORTY PAJAMAS
or NYLON GOWN
Only $1.95 to
$8.99
You get a 16c refund on
each garment you buy dur-
ing our birthday savings
sale.


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THANK YOU NO. 5
FAMOUS SPENCER


Children's


COTTON PANTIES

4pr. $1.00
Get the Fifth Pair for
16c
They're double thick thru
size 3. Sizes up to 14.
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. SIXTEEN GREAT YEARS OF SERVICE WITH SAVINGS FOR OUR FRIENDS!


16 TIMES 16 "THANK YOU'S" FOR KEEPING US ALIVE FOR 16 YEARS! ... .WE'RE
CELEBRATING MARCH WITH SUPER-DUPER SAVINGS!


THANK YOU VALUE NUMBER I


16 Silver Dollars.... REe
No Strings Simply Write Your Name
Drawing At the Close of Every Day!
THIS IN ADDITION TO YOUR SALES TICKET SAVINGS
CLUB. REMEMBER! SAVE YOUR SALES TICKETS-
THEY'RE VALUABLE!


_~ ~ ~ HN YO VALUE N ~~s~aa;,aiUM~rl~BE;R~ 3~psL 1


THANK YOU VALUE NUMBER 3
Birthday Sale On All New

Spring Dresses

Save 83c On Every One Purchased!
Regular Price, $8.99 to $16.99


8.16 to 16.16


Junior, Missy and Half Sizes.
FIRST QUALITY, FULL FASHIONED
NYLON HOSE 2 pr. $1.00
Sizes 8V/ to 11. New Spring shades. Ladies', this
is a fast savings item.


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THANK YOU VALUE NUMBER 2
LADIES! A THRILL GROUP
COTTON DRESSES
You'd think they were $3.99. birthday priced!
2 FOR ONLY $5.16
Bright new Spring Styles. You'll buy 2 or 3.
CHILDREN'S PRETTY SPRING
COTTON DRESSES -- $1.99
Sizes one to three and three to six X.


THANK YOU NO. 6


.SPRING'S MOST
FASHIONABLE

PURSES


$2.16 and
$3.16
Including Tax
Patent, straw, leather.
White, black, red, navy,
beige.
You Save 25c on $1.99
38c on $2.99 purse


THANK YOU NO. 7

BETTER COTTON


SLIPS


Eyrelet trimmed, shadow
panel. ... 32 to 52.


2 for
$3.00


You Save 28c on This


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It's a value feast for the young
men at BOYLES 16th Birthday
Spreel


Cotton Ivy Style
For Young Men


Never sold for this before

PANTS
$4.16
Choose from Lee Leisures and
Happ. Best colors of the season.


THANK YOU NO. 8
MEN: Check This
\ Boyles Birthday
Special!

Short Sleeve


Sport Shirts


$1.16


Nice patterns wash 'N
Wear fabrics. S.M.L., Outstand-
ing values.


THANK YOU NO. 9
SOX 'EM!


Girls Sox
SAVINGS CAPSULE
Nylon stretch or mercerized
cotton.


3 Pair
s$.00


Sizes 3% to 7%.
pr. $1.16
Sizes 8 to 11


IT'S A VALUE FEAST FOR MEN AT BOYLES


Dress Slax


$4.14


Values in thi group to $12.99. These are fabrics that
can be worn now and some can be used throughout the
yaer. 50c for cuffs please.


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THANK YOU VALUE NUMBER 10
YOU'LL BE AMAZED HOW MUCH


THANK YOU NO II
Famous "CAROLE"


BRIEFS


3 FOR
$1,00
Regularly sold 59c. Ladies'
sizes 5 to 10.


Baby Seat Covers
SAVE 16c on every dozen
PAY ONLY
$1.83
Regularly sold for $1.99
These are first quality,
full cut. BIRDSEYE!


THANK YOU NO. 12
A SOCKING BIRTHDAY
BUY!
Men's Crew or Nylon
STRETCH SOX
2 pr. $1.00
GET THE THIRD
PAIR FOR -- 1
These are regularly sold for
59c pair.


Wow! Save! Hurry!
Children's
UNDERWEAR
Double Seater Cotton Pant
Fancy lace trim all nylon
BRIEF
2 for $1.00


BOYLES THANK YOU VALUE NUMBER 14
E BUYS FOR GUYS
SI SPENCER
KNIT BRIEFS
WAY TO* Sizes 2 to 16
WEALTH 3pr.$1.16
W L C I Buy 2 Spencer T-Shirts
for $1.00
Get A third
For Only------ ......--. 16


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Will Buy In BOYLES Family

Shoe Dept.
Men's Heavy Sole Cushioned Arch CANVAS OXFORDS ... Leather OX-
FORDS in black and brown for boys, Dressy OXFORDS, Black PATENTS
or White for Girls Size up to 3. Hundreds of Leather Flats and Bal-
lets for Miss and Mrs. Cushioned arch Canvas Oxfords for Ladies and
Children. White, Black, Bone, Lilac.
THE HOME OF FAMOUS NATURAL BRIDGE .9 9 and
and TRIM TRED SHOES V i up
BOYLES THANK YOU VALUE NUMBER 15
SUPER-DUPER BUYS IN BOYLES FAMILY SHOE DEPT.

$1.99 Pair
Hi-top TENNIS SHOES for men and boys Ladies CANVAS
OXFORDS, SLIP-ONS, NOVELTY TIES Boys and girls CAN-
VAS TIES and SLIP-ONS. A group LADIES FLATS. Ladies All
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$6.99 Aandu
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BIRTHDAY DUNGAREE
SPREE


Dungarees
13Boy's 9-oz. Regular Cut.
2 pr. $2.99
l3%-Oz. Coarse Weave west-
ern style.
1 pair, $1.99
Sizes 4 to 16


NUMBER 13
CAMPUS
KNIT SHIRTS
For Boys


$1.00
Sizes 4 to 16. Crew neck-
Fancy light stripes. Collar
styles by campus.
ONLY $1.99


BOYLES THANK YOU VALUE NUMBER 16
ATTENTION MEN! UNBELIEVABLE VALUE!
First quality, individually packaged, Nylon reinforced
KNIT BRIEFS -- 2pr. $1.16
Yuo'll pay 79c and more anywhere except BOYLES. Sizes 28 to
40. Better buy 'em by the dozen.


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Automotive Serv.


Fun
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AND SEE
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* Allen Electronic Engine Analyzer4
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* Volt-Amp Tester
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FROM OUR CHARCOAL BROILE' WE FEATURE. .


SPECIAL SIRLOIN STEAK
Served with Individual Hashed Brown Pota-
toes, Chilled Salad-with your choice of our
famous dressings and Toasted Buttered
Bun
1.45
TENDERLOIN STEAK PLATE
Tender and Juicy-Served with Individual
Hashed Brown Potatoes-Chilled Salad with
your choice of our famous dressings and
Toasted Buttered Bun
1.25


STEAKBURGER PLATE
Steakburger with Individual Crispy Hashed
Brown Potatoes
60c

THE CHARBURGER SUPREME
Made from Select Corn Fed Beef-Ground
Fresh Daily in our own Kitchen-Served on
large Toasted Bun-Pickle or Onion
40c


DELUXE STEAKS FROM OUR CHARBROILER
PORTERHOUSE STEAK -----$3.25 T-BONE STEAK ---------$2.00
SIRLOIN STEAK --------- $3.10 NEW YORK CLUB ---$1.90
The above served with Hash Brown Potatoes-C.,iiied Salad, Choice of Famous Drsesing-
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FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room apartment. 617 Woodward
Ave. $45.00 per month. Call or write
Gene Halley, 2108 roydon Dr., Tal-
lahassee, Office ph ne 222-0550, ext.
349, home phone, 385-3139. tfc
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 Gz Costin, Jr.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4-bedrm.
house, 2 baths, living room, din-
ing room, kitchen, breakfast room,
utility room, venetian blinds, fire-
place, gas heat. Near grammar
school. $75.00 me. Call Mrs. James
Perrtt, Phone 227-8581. tfc-1-11
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: Furnished garage p-
artment, 2 .bedrooms. $55 'month.
Pay own utilities. 1015 Mon. Ave.
Call B. C. Gailliard 227-7396, 1009
Mon. Ave. tfc-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 RENT: Furnished apartment.
1 extra large living room, 1 ige.
bedroom, fpvt. bathroom. All new
kitchen. Soft water. Big yard. Ph.
229-1141. Mrs. Neva Croxton. tfc3
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apt. and 1


TUIUA, mA I 6r i ll finance irchas& Onl. $50
-- down. Call 227-5946. Itp
A9 I IN INE 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
r 'A stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone
bedroom apt. At Simmons Bayou. 648-4128, J. A.Mira.
B. L. Presnell, Phone 227-8305. ttc-3 FOR SALE
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment Three .bedroom house with gar-
1616 Long Ave. Call :between 12 age, breezeway and oak floors. On
and 1 or after 6 p.m. Phone 227- 90x165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave. To
4776. 2tp-3-1 sell for only $350 down plus closing
cots. Balance on FHA loan.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apartment, Two ,bedroom frame dwelling in
furnished, 9th St. 2-bedroom ap- good condition on 15th St. Only
artment, unfurnished, 9th St. 2 one- $7,500.
bedroom houses, furnished, 9,h St. Have an old huose on Seventh
Smith's Pharmacy. tfe Street located on two very nice
lots. Can sell for only $5,000. The
FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak lots alone are worth half the price.
Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1 Two bedroom -house in good con-
dition on McClellan Avenue. Can
FOR SALE: 21' Coldspot chest type sell for total cost of only $6,937.91.
freezer. Good condition. $250 Pay $1200. down and assume FHA
cash. 1305 Woodward Ave. 2tp mortgage for balance.
SNew three bedroom house in Oak
FOR SALE: Furnished cottage, Grove on 80 ft. lot. C.an sell for
Beacon Hill. No down payment, only $5,000.
no closing costs, $50.00 per month Large two bedroom masonry
including interest. Immediate pos- Large with oak flbedroo rs and floorsonry
sesstone.2$527-1. al SilasR-. furnace in very good condition.
Stone. 227-7161. tfc-2-15 Buy owners equity for $1500 and
FOR SALE: One duplex apartment assume 'existing mortgage.
at 1210-1212 Palm Blvd. $12,500.00, FRANK HANNON
no down payment, no closing costs, Registered Real Estate Broker
$75.00 per month, interest included. 221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
Call Silas R. Stone, phone 227- HELP WANTED: Splendid Raw-
7161. tfc-2-15HEPWl
leigh business 'available in Gulf
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame house Co. Exceptional opportunity for in-
at White City. Large lot. See Da- dustrious ,person. See D. C. Thrash,
vid Rich or call 229-1145. 1422 N. Boulevard, Tallahassee or
write Rawleigh's Dept., FAB-100-18,
FOR SALE: 1960 Mobile home. 10 Memphis, Tenn. 3tp-2-15
x50, 2 bedroom. Front kitchen.
$350.00 and take up payments. 319 FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Duval St., Oak Grove. 2tp Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
WANTED TO BUY: Small house
or vacant lot on the Beach. Want MOVING?--Let us help you. Whe-
1 block off hiway. Will buy from their planning to move across
owner. Write to Box 308. ltp town or across the nation, you may
be sure that your most priceless
FOR SALE: 1959 white Chevrolet belongings are in experienced and
Impala convertible. New tires. capable hands. We represent May-
Good mechanical condition. Walter flower, nationwide movers. Call us
Dodson, Fla. Nat. Bank. ltp for free estimates. SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument
FOR SALE: 75'x180' lot on Hunter Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18
Circle. Cleaned and rooted ready
to build on and start a lawn. Own- INCOME TAX SERVICE: Call 648-


This lovely bedroom suite in Sea-Mist or American Walnut is yours free With
the purchase of any Modern Home. It consists of bed, double dresser, mirror,
and two night stands.


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EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
wiick expert service. tfo
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first ,and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American 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.
IR. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. In American
Legion Hall. A41 members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
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. fN PROBATE
IN RE: Estate of


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I the same upon the attorney for the Plain-
tiff on or before the 2nd day of April, 1962,
the nature of which proceedings being a suit
to foreclose a mortgage from Henry R.
Walker and wife, Mary Magaline, to E. F.
Gunn, said mortgage being dated September
27, 1960, and recorded in Official Records
Book 4, page 634, Public Records of Gulf
County, Florida, which said mortgage was
subsequently assigned to Silas R. Stone, and
encumbering the following property, situate,
lying and being in Gulf County, Florida, to-
wit:
Beginning at a point 6 inches South of
the SW corner of Lot 1, of Block 16, City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, and running
Southerly and along the West boundary
line of Lot 3 of said Block 16 a distance
of 21 feet and 6 inches, thence Easterly
for 90 feet to an alley, thence Northerly
21 feet and 6 inches, thence Westerly for
90 feet to point of beginning, the same
being a part of Lot 3, Block 16, Port St.
Joe, Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka,
Florida, this 19th day of February, 1962.
/S/ RGORGE Y. CORE
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
SILAS R. STONE
321 Reid Avenue
P'ort St Joe, Florida 4t-3-1
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE


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4436 after 6:00 p.m. Mr and Mrs.
Chuck Gibson. 13tp-1-4
FOR SALE: 75'x180' lot on Hunter
Circle. Cleaned and ready to build
on. Cash or terms. Phone 227-
4696. 2tp-3-1
LOW, LOW RATE on well furnish-
ed home. 'St. Joe Beach. Sell or
rent. Phone 227-7771. tfc-3-1
TIME IS RUNNING OUT: Prompt,
expert tax filing. Reasonable fee
is 'deductible. J. D. Clark, 1017 Long
Ave., Phone 227-7771. tfc-3-1
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


MANNING. RYANT SMITH, 0Ot Ti JUlICUAL C011OUIT X. WALKER, whose residence is unkIlownv
Decased OF FRIDA, IN AND FOR GULF You are hereby required to file your writ-
Deceased. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY ten defense, if any, in the above proceedings
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ST, JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC. in this Court and serve a copy of the same
All creditors of the estate of a corporation, upon the attorney for the Plaintiff on or be-
Manning Bryant Smith, deceased, lain fore the 2nd day of April, 1962, the nature
of which proceedings being a suit to fore-
'are hereby notified and required to HENRY R. WALKER, of which mortgage from Henry R. Walkernd
file any claims or demands which Defendant. wife, Mary M. walker to St. Joe Loan Corn-
they may have against said estate TO: HENRYNOTICE OF SUIT pany, Inc., said mortgage being dated March
they may have againstTo: HEN R. WALKER, whose residence 25, 1961, and recorded in Official Records
in the office of Honorable iSam P. is unknown: Book 10, page 273, of the Public Records
Husband, County Judge of Gulf You are hereby required to file your writ- of Gulf County, Florida, and encumbering
ten defenses, if any, in the above ,.......!;....: the following property, situate, lying and
County, Florida, in, the courthouse in this Court and serve a copy 'I,... being in tilt County, Florida, to-wit:
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within six upon the attorney for the Plaintiff on or Lots Eight (8) and Ten (10), in Block
calendar months *from the date of before the 2n1 day of April, 1962, the na- Five (5) of Oak Grove Subdivision, ac-
ture of which proceedings being a suit to cording to the official plat on file in the
the first publication of this notice, foreclose a mortgage from Henry It. Walker office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of
Each claim or demand must be in to St. Joe Loan Company, Inc., said mort- Gulf County, Florida, in Plat Book 1,
writing and must state the place of gage being dated May 9, 1959, and record- at page 1I.
residence and ost-offic a ss ofed in Official Records Book 5, at page 166, DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka,
residence and post-officKe address oof the Public Records of Gulf County, Flor- Florida, this 19th day of February, A. D.
the claimant and must be sworn to ida, and encumbering the following property, 1962. I
by the claimant, his agent, or his to-wit: Js/ GEORGE Y. CORE
One Five Ton Air Conditioner located in CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
attorney, or it wlil become void ac- Bar Room operated by H. R. Walker in GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
'cording to law. Port St. Joe, which was purchased from SILAS R. STONE
TOM FLEMING SMITH John R. Smith. 821 Reid Avenue
DtONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka, Port St. Joe, Florida 4t8-1
Administrator of the Estate Florida, this 19th day of February, 1962. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
of Manning Bryant Smith /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
4t-2-8 CLERK CIRCUIT COURT CARD f THANKS
_____ ______ GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA CARD Or THANKS
SILA321 Reid Ave STONE We would like to take this op-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-3-1 portunity to thank Dr. Joe Hendrix,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF the enti pit ta d l
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF the entire hospital staff and all of
SILAS R STO IN HANCEY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE our .friend's for the floral arrange-
PIaintiff, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
P OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF ments, cards 'and other kindnesses
HENvRY s. WALKER and wife, COUNTY. IN CHANCERY shown us during the illness and
EST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC.
1\ARY MAGALINE WALKER, a corporation, death of our loved one.
Defendants....
NOTICE OF SUIT Plaintiff, Mrs. C. Thurabay
TO: HENRY R. WALKER and wife, MARY I.... -v-i ... ..
MAGALINE WALKER, whose residene s N R WAKER and wife, Wilmer Thursbay and family
unlnown : MARY M. WALKER,dy Jordan and
You are hereby required to file your DefendanTIE OF SUIT Mrs. Brdy ordan and
written defenses, if any, in the above pro- : HENRY R. WALKER and wife, MARY
ceedings in this Court and serve a copy of TO: HENRY R. WALKER and wife, MARY
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Williams, and Lee TayolT ere ih
Bowling News men for the Office crew. Rad Med-
lin again slumped to 456 to drop his
-average to 167.
(Continued From Page 2) Costin's cashed in on St. Joe Mo-
Floyd again tried to help with some tors 'blind bowler and swept the
points by rolling 442 but the rest series. Waring Murdock and Ashley
of the team suffered with missed Costin rolled hte most over their
spares all night. average with 514 and 474. Jake
SJPC Office added another vic- Koller rolled 526 to replace Medlin
tim to their list -by defeating Michi- as high average. Jake was real
gan Chemical all four points. T. C. lucky to get that by looking at what


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hi last game was, H6 roiled 189,
189 and blazed through With 148 his
last game to give him the 526.
STANDINGS
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Philco 37 15
Fla. Nat. Bank 20 12
Costin's 17 11
SJPC Office 19 13
Vitro 18 14
St. Joe Motor 11 23
Floyd Chevrolet 5 23
Michigan Chem. 1 19
Tonight's matches are as follows:
St. Joe Motor vs Michigan Chemi-
cal; Costin's vs Vitro Services;
SJPC Office vs Floyd Chevrolet.
Alleys three and four will be op-
en tonight so come on out and
watch the matches while you bowl.
INDUS LEEGE -- 5a51b9 prcby
By LAMAR MOORE
On lanes one and two, a hot and
very much improved Coast Guard
crew shaved Vitro for three big
points. A nice little handicap of 143
pins helped, but good bowling by
McKenzie, French 'and Williams
turned the tide on Vitro. Atkinson
and Gra'bowski rolled a series of
486 for Vitro. Coast Guard took to-
tal pins however, 2389 to 2300.
Michigan Chemical got good
bowling from Bob Freeman and
Griffin to take three points from
a somewhat cool Glidden team. Bob
,had a 471 'and Griffin a 421. Dewey
Patterson seems to be having trou-
ble, along with Ray Medlin. They
had first game scores of 123 and
134 respectively as Michigan Chem-
ical took it 662 to 618. Michigan
sniped ottal pin honors 2044 to
2009.
Lanes five and six saw three 'good
contests between Paper Mill and
Pulp Mill. Led by a brilliant Bill
Whaley in the first match, the Pa-
per Mill buried the Pulpers 781 to
671. Bill shot a 209 for high indi-
vidual game honors.
The Pulp Mill came back to take
the second contest 766 to 710. In
a controversial third match, the
Pulp Mill took it with the aid of a
20 pin handicap. Fead Ethridge's
492 and Tom Thornton's 438 were
high for Paper Mill. Joe Davis 478
and Foy Adams, having his best
might of the season, 445, were high
for Pulp Mill. Leo Shealy had a
fine 172 second game.
The matches scheduled for lanes
,seven and eight between Box Plant
and Maintenance were postponed
until a later date.
High team series, Coast Guard,
2389.
Second ihgh, Vitro, 2300.
High team game, Coast Guard,
836.
Second high, Coast Guard, 816.
High individual game, Whaley,
Paper Mill, 209.
Second high, Manz, Vitro, 186.


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BAu, 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPT-IONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $175 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 amoue't 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 tnotoughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word .enmaine.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Tickets On Sale

For Spring

Fashion Show

Tickets are now on sale for the
Spring Style Show, which is spon-
sored by the Port St. Joe Garden
Club. Tickets may be purchased
from any club member for $1.00
each. Tickets will also be on sale
at the Centennial Building on the
night of the show, March 15. Local
stores handling ready-to-wear will
show their new line of spring and
summer 'merchandise. There will
also ibe music, refreshments and a
number of useful and attractive
door prizes.
A -portion of the proceeds from
this show will be placed in the
'building fund to be used in building
a garden center on the property
that the city has agreed to lease to
the Club.
Come 'out and see your favorite
models show what your merchants
have to offer and help a good cause.

Plan Presented

To Drain

Salt Marshes


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in mett Daniell presented the County
SS u r Commission with-;ia plan to drain
several salt marshes in and around L
UIW F u M arket the Cape San Blas Country Club L
golf course Tuesday night.
(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST. JOE -- ONHIGHWAY 71) Daniell said he is already drain-
(Limit Rights, Reserved) at WHITE CITY, FLORIDA ing several marshes near the area
'but that he had not been able to
-- THESE SPECIALS GOOD MONDAY THRU SATURDAY, MARCH 3 -- get easements until recently to
1111Wdrain those South of Highway 30-A
We Guarantee Tenderness and Taste ONE DOZ. FLA. GRADE 'A' FRESH near "Dead Man's Curve". C
I SDaniell said that he is currently C
FA W operating 371/2 miles of drain ditch t
% U B E 'between this area and the City of S
rs fre e Port St. Joe and the easements to *
Is Graded U. S. Good Grain Fed get to the new salt marsh areas f
and Swift Select With $10 or More Grocery Order would greatly help the mosquito
problem.
Our Finest for Dumplings or Baking ORANGES, APPLES, TANGELOS, The project thas 'already been aip-
STANGERINES, GRAPEFRUIT $ proved by the State Board of'a
TANGERINES, Health.A

HEN 92C F FRUIT 3bas $1 e
FRUITagS Want Ads Get Res11tL p

Oyster Gloves pr. 29c
WE ARE FEATURING ON SPECIAL Good Ga. Large

REGISTER'S BEST PECANS 5 Ibs. 1
Ga. Red Sweet-Best Grade t
SMALL TENDERIZED REGISTER PTAT
WHOLE or SHANK PORTION POTATOES 1g bagcall
AH 0 Large Bunch a

am s39c TURNIPS 2bchs. for the sake of your home
MAYONNAISE Plte pint 29c
Register Smoked Country Style LB. pn29
iiASGE n Cello Bag ALL NEW!
SAUSAGE -9 CARROTS bag1lOc A
Register Best Loose : 9 Cello Bag ba l c

Breakfast Links RADISHES bag 5c McCULLOCH

Swift Select Tender Jack's Vanilla lbt

BEEF LIVER lb. 39c WAFERS 2 lbs. 49c EXCLUSIVE
Copeland's Pure Pork EXCLUSIVE
Swift Premium Best Sliced LL.e A Ar r -

BACON Ib E LARD gal. 9 i Nl
iPRAY PACK ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR 25 lb. $1 ,98 SUPER PINTAIL

Fine Quality Fresh LB. Fla. Grade 'A' Large CHAIN
Fla Grade 'A' L arge Lasts up to 50 longerthan
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Floor Space WATCH OUR PAPER WEEKLY SuperMarket New depth gauge for better
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FOR SALE: 46x8' FURNISHED HOUSE TRAILER and LARGE 3-BEDROOM PLAYERS STORE
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THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1962


Public Health

Nurses Meet

The Public Health Nurses of
ay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf and
alakulla Counties had their month-
y Inservice Study 'meeting at the
ay County Health Department in
Panama City, Thursday, February
5 with Miss Mercedes Mur.phy
residing.
Mrs. Wilma Wyatt, R.N., Consul-
ant on Care and Treatment Ser-
ices 'for the Florida Society for
Crippled Children and Adults, or
he Easter Seal Society, was the
uest speaker. Mrs. Wyatt explain- \
d the Functions and Services of
hle Society. A social hour followed.
Those attending were Miss Mer-
edes Murphy, R.N., Mental Health
Worker for Franklin-Gulf-Wakulla
Counties, Mrs. Betty Gaskin, Cal-
oun County, Mrs. Ruby Gilbert
nd Mrs. Roberta Harden, Gulf
County, Mrs. Carol Brown, Mrs.
Collie Pitts, Mrs. Sarah Mitchell,
Mrs. Marge Wilson, Bay County.
The next meeting will 'be held in
Vewahitchka at the Health Depart-
ment, Thursday, March 15 at 2:00
i.m., CST.
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Boys Urged To Register
For Little Boys Baseball'
Any boy whose eighth birthday
iomes after July 31 and whose
2th birthday comes before August
1 is eligible and urged to be .at the
Little 'Boys Baseball parks on 10th
street April 7 at 4:30 p.m.


SOcial Security

John V. Carey, District Manager
of the Panama City Social Security
office announced this week that
hree 'accountants from Conway.
South Carolina, pled guilty Febru-
iry 14 to charging unlawful fees
or aiding 'persons in applying for
Social Security benefits. James R.
Holbert, Sr., pled guilty: to four
counts in an indictment returned
iy 'a Federal Grand Jury last May,
Alexander S. Holbert pled guilty
o three, and Wendell J. Holbert
pled guilty to eight. They were sen-
enced to a year in jail on each
count by Judge C. C. Wyche in U.
S. Distirct Court in Florence, South
Carolina ;or -payment of a $500 fine
in each count. The Holberts had
collected their fees in a number of
instances 'by 'arranging to have the
applicants they 'assisted pay over
o them a large portion of the first


Social Security check received, ance benefits. Authorizafon is not
Since many of tllese checks covered required for attorneys unless the
several months for which retroac- fee exceeds 'amounts specified in
tive benefits were due, the fees Federal regulations.
involved were excessive. Carey cau- All tax preparers are reminded
tioned all applicants for Social Se- that reasonable records must form


curity benefits to .beware of persons
who offer to assist them in obtain-
ing benefits in return for a portion
or all of the first benefit check.
Carey pointed out that current
regulations provide that prior au-
thorization from the Social Secur-
ity Administartion is required be-
fore a person who is not an attor-
ney may charge or receive any fee
for services rendered in connection
with an application for Federal old-


the -basis for timely filed tax re-
turns. All records used to prepare
delinquent self-employment tax re-
turns will be examined in connec-
tion with any Social Security claim.
The Internal Revenue Service an-
swers questions concerning proper
turns. !

BOOST PORT ST. JOEl


You A. e Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church


REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
TRAINING UNION 6:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
PRAYER MEETING (Wecdnesday) ........ 7:30


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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.


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CHURCH SCHOOL 9.45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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