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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 8, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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THE STAR

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


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It
) once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchantal /
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TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR-


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA


THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1962


Opening Of Registration Sees



Candidates Off and Running


Otis Pyle Qualifies
For School Board
Otis Pyle, of Pore St. Joe, announ-
ced yesterday afternoon that he had
qualified for re-election to the
Gulf County Board of Public In-
struction from District Three. Pyle
is presently completing his first
four year term in this office.
In announcing for re-election,
Pyle stated that the next four years
are going to be years of many de-
cisions for the Board and that he
feels men of experience will be
needed to meet the many problems
of education in Gulf County. Pyle
stated that he was running on his
record over the past three and a
half years and earnestly solicits
the vote and support of all the elec-
tors in Gulf County.
The candidate .also expressed his,
appreciation for the cooperation of
the .people of Gulf with him and the
entire Board during his term in of-
fice *and solicits such close co-
operation for the future.

J. B. Stafford Gets
In 'Representative Race
J. B. Stafford, owner and opera-
tor of the City Cafe and Trailways
Bus Station Depot here in Port St.


Even though the qualifying
books in the Clerk of the Circuit
Court office had been open only
since Tuesday noon, George Y.
Core, Clerk of the Court, told
The Star yesterday at noon that
a total of nine had already qual-
ified for Gulf County offices.
Qualiied to seek election thus
far are:
SCHOOL BOARD
District 5: Incumbent Joseph
K. Whitield.
District 1: Clyde Bozeman with
incumbent Bill Roemer due in to
qualify. (He has said he was go-
'ing to qualify yesterday after-
noon.)
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 2: James G. McDaniel.
District 3: Robert L. Daniels,
P. T. McCormick, Silas C. Play-
er and James C. Horton.
District 4: Walter Graham.
STATE COMMITTEEWOMAN
Mrs. Sara Kenney McIntosh.
Closing date for.qualifying for
the several county offices is Tues-
day noon, March 20.


Ben Williams To Try
Again for Representative
Ben C. Williams told The Star


JUe, qUaliedt ILLat 1t iltay mornL lt.' IlUi i
ing with the Secretayr of State in this week that he qualified with
Tallahassee to seek election as Gulf the Secretary of -State Monday af-
County's Representative. Stafford ternoon to seek election to the of-
is making his first bid for public fice 'of Representative for Gulf
office. County.
The candidate says he is running Williams was an unsuccessful


on the platform of making Gulf
County second to none in Florida.
Stafford has been a resident of
Gulf County for the past 25 years
wi'h the exception of -four years
spent in the Armed Forces, during'
World War II.
Staford says, "I qualified for this
high Gulf County office because I
want to serve the people in Gult
County in a just and fair way."

P. T. McCormick After
Dist. 3 Commission Seat
Preston T. McCor.mick of High-


candidate against Representative
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., two years ago.
Costin has decided not to seek an-
other term in the House.
Williams .brought to four, the
number now in the race for Gulf
Representative as the registration
books closed Tuedsay at noon.

William J. Rish Is
Representative Candidate
William J. Rish of Wewahitchka
has announced his candidacy for
the office of Representative from
Gulf County in the May 8 Democra-


land View, announced this week tic Primary.
that he is a candidate for Coun-ty Rish is 29 years of age and -a life-
Commissioner from District Three. time resident of Gulf County. He
This seat is now held by Mrs. G. graduated from Wewahitchka High
S. Croxt-on of White City. School in 1950. After graduation he
McCormick was born and reared worked for Guilford's Dairy for a
in Washington County, and moved year and then operated Wewa
to Port St. Joe, December 13, 1946. Plumbing and Heating Co., until he
He was employed by St. Joe Paper entered the Armed Forces in 1953.
Company for five and a half years Upo'n release from the Armed For-
in the millwright department. He ces in 1955, he enrolled in the Uni-
went in business for himself Decem-i versity of Florida and graduated,
ber 4, 1951, and is now owner and 'with honors, from the College of


operator of McCormick's Red and
White Food Store in Highland
View. He is an active member of
the Highland View Baptist Church.
McCormick said: "I feel that my
experience as a business man will
qualify me to .serve the people as
their County Commissioner more
effectively." He went on to say, "If
elected I will at all times have the


Business Administration in 1958.
From .that time until he entered the
University of Florida Law School
the following year he operated the
Coastal Realty Co., in Port St. Joe.
He received his law degree i-n Feb-
ruary, 1962, and is currently study-
ing for the Florida Bar Examina-
tion to be given in March. If suc-
cessful with the bar exam, he


people of Gulf County in mind dur- plans to practice law in the Gulf
ing transaction of business concern- County area with an office being
ing taxpayers' money and I will ap- located in Port St. Joe.
preciate your vote and support." He is a member of 'the Methodist



Boy Scout Fund Dri'
V


Owners and operators of the new Phillip's "66" Automotive Ser-
vice look on as Mayor Frank Hannon cuts the ribbon to the front
door officially opening the new service station for business last


Thursday morning.


(Star photo)


Sharks Begin

Spring Practice

Monday Afternoon

The Port St. Joe Sharks 1962
football team will begin spring
practice Monday, March 12 and con-
tinue through April 20. Coach Mar-
ion Craig said -that the practice
will prelude a complete rebuilding
process.
'Lost from the 1961 team will be
the entire backfield and first line
reserves including: Cresley Fen-
som, David Nance, Nelson Hall,
Larry Davis, James Gibson and Cur-
tis Hammond.
Three first team linemen and a
valuable reserve will also be lost
including: Captain George Boyer,
Joe Whaley, Carl Zimmerman and
Sonny Eells.
The following lettermen will be
returning to the line: Paul Robbins,
Harold Keels, Jimmy Good-man,
Bernie Buzzett, Jimmie Gainnie,
Clifford Wimberly, Jimmy Johnson
and Dennis White.
Tommy Williams and Tommy
Sisok are the only lettermen return-
ing in the backfield.
Coach Marion Craig told The
Star: "This will be the .most im-
portant spring practice that we
have ever held. I do not -recall when
the 'framework for our football
team has been quite so indefinite.
We have not decided on the per-
sonnel for any particular positions.
We will try to find our 11 best foot-
ball -players and then consider po-
sitions. We consider all positions
wide open. It -will be interesting
to see who will )play 'and where. Our
sophomores and a few newcomers
must come through if we are to
have a decent team next season."
In arranging the schedule, the
Sharks 'have dropped Florida High
in the coming season's activities.
To take the place of the Florida
High game, 'the 'harks will play a
return game with the Apalachicola
Sharks.
The schedule for next season is
-as follows:
'Sept. 14-Apalachicola, home.
Sept. 21-Rutherford, Away.
Sept. 28-Marianna, Home.
Oct. 5-Milton, Away.
Oct. 12-Walton, Away.
Oct. 19-Chipley, Home.
Oct. 26-Blountstown, Home.
Nov. 2-Bonifay, Home.
Nov.-Quincy, Away.
Nov. 16-Apalachicola( Away.
Bake Sale Saturday-
Bake Sale Saturday


Road


414,


The Gulf County Boar4
officers of the State Road D
Tallahassee for the annual
Secondary Road program fo
July 1, 1962 and continuing
Requests from the Cit-v


fr and White City were include<
MSS ELZABETH ANN BROWNE the State Road Department
constructed are as follows:

Local Entry Takes In Port st. Joe:
Avenue 'E" from H<
Honors in Palatka Avenue "B" from Mi
Azalea Festival Event Marvin Avenue from
Robbins Avenue fro
The Palatka Jaycees sponsored Wewahitchka:
their 16th 'annual Azalea Festival River Road from Sece
March 1 through 4. Pine Street from SR
The Port 'St. Joe Jaycees chose White City:
Miss Elizabeth Ann Browne of this Horse Shoe Circle.
city to represent them in the Festi- '
val. Miss Browne is the daughter All streets listed meet
of Mr. a'nd Mrs. Charles (Bo) requirements for Secondary
Browne of this city. within the budgetary limil
A gigantic talent contest opened All the streets were given e
the festivities Friday night at the one is constructed, all will i
school auditorium. Miss Browne Construction will be ini
presented her own interpretation in
a modern dance of -"A Wild Bird accrued to Gulf County's crE
In The Florida Everglades." 1962 or early 1963. ,
The festival parade featuring The Chairman of the C(
seven bands, a record number of den, Sr., also requested the
beauty contestants, motorcycle and surface from primary funds
horse contingents, and numerous ort St. Joe
visiting 'dignitaries were part of Port St. Joe.
the activities Saturday. Contract was let last wee
Sunday, during the highlight of of Tampa, Florida to resurfa
the closing activities in the ampi- designated as SR 30-A-fron
theatre of the beautiful S5 *acre Ra-
vine Gardens, Miss Browne was
presented the trophy "Miss Congen- City Lets Bids f r
iality" of the 1962 Azalea Festival. r
Quoting from the Palatka Daily N w f Side
News: "Everyone agreed pert Eliz- New rauTr,
abetlh Browne of Port St. Joe cap-
tured the hearts of the Azalea Fes- The City Commission voted Tues-
tival viewers and contestants alike day night voted to call for bids for
with her .bright smile and jaunty enough six-foot chain-link fence to
air. The other contestants liked enclose the new softball field near
her so much that they -elected her Centennial Field 'and to fence in
Miss Congeniality. one of the Little Boys Baseball
----- --- Parks with four-foot fencing.
County Registration The bid called for heavy indus-
Countytrial type fence.
Books At Pridgeon Ins. The City-also agreed to let bids
on a new tractor with side cutter
Tommy Pridgeon, deputy of and rotary mower attachments on
the Gulf County Registrar, Mrs. the request 'of Street Commissioner
C. G. Rish stated this week that P. W. Petty, who said the old ma-
the County Registration Books chine was 'worn out". Commission-
are still available at his office on er Tom Coldewey suggested that
the corner of Third Street and the old tractor be used for a trade-
Williams Avenue for citizens of in, but Petty asked to keep the
Gulf County to register to vote in machine for rough cutting work in


the coming May 8 Primary.
The books were placed out in


ditches and woodlands.


d of Commission met with the
department Tuesday, March 6 in
budget discussion for County
r the next fiscal year beginning
through June 30, 1963.
of Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka,
ed in the County Resolution to
. The roads and streets to be


odrick Street to Battle Street.
ain Street to Battle Street.
a 16th Street to 20th Street.
m Avenue "A" to Kenny St.

ond Street to Seventh Street.
71 to Second Street.


the State Road Department
Roads and appear to be well
nations for the year '62-'63.
qual priority meaning that if
be constructed.
tiated as soon as funds have
edit probably near the last of

county Commission, E. C. Har-
State Road Department to re-
;, SR 71 from White City to

ek to the Macasphalt Company
ce old U. S. Highway 98-now
m Highway 98 to Highway 98.


all Park Fence;

utter and Mower

bring, dirt ;to be hauled and other
improvements to be made to the
cemetery. The Board said they
could not perform the wishes of the
Society at this time, but that they
would try to provide water in the
next budget year.

Senior Citizens Club

To Organize Friday

An evening of fun and relaxation
is planned for the Senior Citizens
of Port St. Joe, Friday night, March
9 in the Episcopal Church Parish
House at 8:00 p.m.
Members of the Senior Citizens
organization of Panama City will
be -on hand to relate the planning


guests


-- different areas of the county by A controversy over the scneaule of a Senior Citizens Club in our charge U loutl arranetsUu'., Ras
The ,Sophomore Class of the Port the Supervisor of Registration of use of the Centennial Building city. They will tell the purpose, and 'announced that there will be a fel-
St. Joe High School will hold a bake for those becoming eligible to occupied a good bit of the meeting the procedure of organization of I lowship hour in the Parish House
sale Saturday, March 10. vote since the last election or for Tuesday night. The Port St. Joe such a club. immediately following the prayer
The sale will be held in down- old voters to check their registra- Garden Club ,had -reserved the service in the Church.
town Port St. Joe. tion. 'building for the same week the Refreshments and entertainment -w
Those eligible to vote are citi- Junior Class wanted to use it for will be furnished by the Beta Sig- St. James Opens
Church and is married to the for- zens of the United States 21 years the Junior-Senior Prom and ban- ma Phi Sorority.
mer Carol Thompson of Beacon of age or older, a resident of quet. Mayor Hannon, Clerk Hen- Any person 50 years of age or Season of Lent
Hill. This is the first public office Florida for 12 months and of Gulf derson and Commissioner Nedley older are invited to attend.
which he has sought. County or six months. vill meet with representatives from It is believed that our city would
the school and Garden Club this af- benefit by such an organization The season of Lent was opened
ternoon to try to straighten out the and certainly be a blessing to our at St. James Episcopal Church yes
conflict. Senior Citizens. terday with an Ash Wednesday
V Starts Friay Ci______ early morning celebration of the
The St. Joe Historical Society Holy Eucharist.
presented the City with two maps Garden Club Completes The Anglo-Saxon word "Lencten"
showing the harbor of Port St. Joe refers to the lengthening days of
Port St. Joe's annual Boy Scout Fund Drive will get un- and coastal West Florida in .the ianS OFashion Show Spring and is the root of the word
derway tomorrow morning at 7:00 A.M., according to Silas 1S20's and 1840's. The City will -i-- "Lent" which is a penitential sea-
R. Stone, drive chairman, hang the maps in tile Council Chain- Plans are now complete for the son of self examination and disci-
ber for a period of time. Garden Club sponsored fashion line in preparation to welcome
The drive will begin with a break- The Society, with Jesse Stone as show, scheduled for next week end. the Resurrection of Christ at Eas-
fast for the team captains at the Mrs. James Avant, Mrs. Milton An- spokesman also asked the Commis- All indications are that this will be ter. This Spring period of spiritual
City Cafe. At the breakfast, the derson, Mrs. R. W. Henderson, Mrs. sion to provide water for the old the largest and best show ever preparation is observed in Christian
captains will be instructed as to John D. Griswold, Mrs. Blair Shu- cemetery so that grass and shrub- staged in Port St. Joe. There will calendars of both the Western and
the nature of the drive, and Scout ford, Jr., Mrs. Roy B. Maddox, Mrs. bery could be preserved. The So- be a greater variety of garments Eastern Church for periods of 46
executives will be on hand to in- Harry Murphy, Mrs. Fred Sutton. city also asked for extensive grub- moedled; everything from bathing to 56 calendar days before Easter,
struct 'the workers as to just 'how Eric Hammond, Betty Hammond, suits and play togs to suits and en- which provides the Forty Days of
money received by the drive is Mrs. John McKenzie, Mrs. John chanting evening dresses. The men Lent in the Western Church since
used by the Gulf-Sands Council. White. RI otary Club Elects and boys have not been forgotten. each Sunday is counted as a "lit-
Team captains selected to steer Mrs. Lamar Moore, Mr. and Mrs. O | Sl This fashion revue will show the tle Easter" and thus a Feast Day.
the 'drive to success are: Mrs. Mar- F. E. Trammell, Mrs. Robert Whit- New Officer Slate wide variety one has to select The Reverend Harry Ba~bbit, Rec-
guerite Pridgeon, Henry Chason, tle, Mrs. Roy Burch, Mrs. Charles --- from when shopping in Port St. tor, announce that at 7:30 pan.
Mrs. Ruth Hammond, Dave May, Johnson, Mrs. 'Robert King, Mrs. The Port St. Joe Rotary. Club had Joe. each Wednesday during Lent wor-
Mrs. William 'Wager, Mrs. Me a Jack Mahon, Mrs. W. H. Howell, its annual election of officers this There will be music, refresh- ship services including Evening
Buzzett, Mrs. Mary Baxley, Mrs. Mrs. Philip Chatham, B. A. Collier. ast week electing a slate to take mnnts and a large number of door Prayer and meditations will be


Clyde Fite, Bob Ellzey, Mrs. John
Robert Smith, Mrs. Joe Christian,
Joe Parrott, Mrs. Bill Winters,
Mrs. Talmadge Kennedy, Richard
Skipper and Mrs. Ralph Nance.
Only a portion of the workers
who will make the house to house
contacts have been named. Those
named as of Wednesday noon are:
Mrs. B. B. Scisson, Mrs. Jane Lap-
eyrouse, Mrs. Albert Blackburn,


Mrs. Gene Harper, Mrs. Sam Den office on July 1. 'prizes. The date of the show is
nis, Mrs. Buford Griffin, Linda K. i Elected as new directors were: next Thursday, March 15 at the
Webb, Diane Carver, Mrs. Nelson Dave May, Cecil Curry and Bob Centennial Building at 8:00 p.m.
Gardner, Mrs. Tom Parker, Sr.. Fox. Hold-over directors are Her-. The admission will be $1.00.
Freddie Chason, Lindsey Thursbay, bert Brown, Silas R. Stone and B. A portion of the proceeds from
Jr., L. C. Wood, Shag Roberts, J. Roy Gibson, Jr. this show will be placed in the
W. Gibson, Mrs. Claryce Whaley, The Board of Directors elected building fund, for the proposed Gar-
L. J. Herring, Mrs. Bernice Rich- Silas R. Stone to serve as presi- den Center, and a portion will help
ardson, Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., Mrs. dent; B. Roy Gibson will be vice- defray the expenses of a flower
Lawrence Bowen and Mrs. Otto president; Paul Fensom, secretary show school number one which will
Anderson. and Percy Fleishel, treasurer. be held here early in April.


held, followed by Inquirer's Classes
until 9:00 p.m. for any persons in-
terested in learning or reviewing
the 'history, faith and .practice of
the Christian Church. On Maundy
Thursday, in commemoration of
the Last Supper, a teaching Eucha-
rist will be celebrated on Good
Friday, the traditional three-hour
services will be held beginning at
noon-day, Friday, April 20.


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Kiwanis Minstrel

Tickets On Sale

The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
has now iput on sale, tickets for
their annual Minstrel Show to be
staged next Friday night at the
Elementary School Auditorium.
-Club members are now hard at
work in rehearsal sesisons putting
the show together for their view
ing audience.
The show will feature the usual
group of end-men, the chorus, sev-
eral novelty acts and a concert by
the Port St. Joe High School Band.
The afternoon will begin with a big
parade in downtown Port St. Joe
next Friday evening, March 16 with
members of the cat participating
and conducting a last-minute tick-
et sale campaign.
Tickets for the show are $1.00
each. Proceeds from the Minstrel
will .be used by -the club to finance
their many activities with the
youth of Port St. Joe.

Women to Observe
World Day of Prayer

The Churchwomen of Port St. Jo'
have made plans for the 76tbh.-a~'
nual observwxnt 'of the worldwide
prayer d;ty to be ).eld in St JamPA'
Episcopal Church tomorrow, faroTi
9 at 3:00 p.m. Tho local progrm.q
will be conducted by women from
all protestant churches.
The order of the service for this.
year was prepared by the Christianlu.
women of Uruguay. It was written -
by Miss Violetta Cavalerro, a dea-
coness in the Methodist Church and
Mrs. Eudoxia Perez de Svetogorski,
former presdient of the Uruguay
League of Evangelical Women.
The day's observance will begin
at dawn on the Tonga Islands in
the Pacific, where Queen Aalote
each year leads her subjects in
prayer. Following the sun as the
earth turns, prayer will be offered
in cathedrals, churches and out-
doors. After having stretched com-
pletely around the world, the final
service will be held on St. Law-
rence Island, Alaska, where fisher-
men stay home from their nets in
order to iprticipate in the observ-
ance with their families.
Mrs. Tom Owens, who is in
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rHE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1962 Po.Jo Twirlers Hold l Scoutirl court Promise -
Bi-Monthly Dance Session Girl Scouts on my honor, I will try;
Controversy Riddles Meeting To Secure Are -to do ,my duty to God and my
The Po Jo Twirlers held their Anniversa Duecountry,
Controversy Riddles Meeting To Secure
regular bi-monthly dance Saturday ____ --to help other people at all times,
Support for Con nation of SR 22 night 'at the Centennial Building, The Girl Scout organization will -to obey the Girl Scout Laws.
--- with couples visiting from the be 50 years old on March 12, 1962.
What started out as a meeting .of Road should go by way of Sumatra 'Square Eight Dance Club in Pana- This Sunday, you will -see many Highland View
cementing the counties of Bay, where i. would serve more people ma City. Anyone interested in Brownies, Intermediates and Sen-
Gull, Liberty and Wakulla into a and told of the nine miles of road learning to square dance can call iors in uniform attending the chur- L L Roo A
unit to seek the extension of SR 22 already built by Liberty. Kirkland president, Earl McCormick, 227- 'ches in Port St. Joe. Many churches Lunch Room Me u
nearly erupted into a controversy of said his county had obtained the 7886 for further information, will have yellow flowers in honor
routing of the road in Wewahitchka most feasible route for a proposed C of Girl Scout Sunday. Highland View Elementary
last Thursday evening. SD 22 from the State Road Depart- WSG To Have Missionary The Girt Scouts of this area will Monday, March 12
Representatives from ihe county eto e o up iats oroad. He From Africa As Guest be selling delicious cookies at 40c Ravioli, butter beans, spring sal-
government, Chambers of Co- Service would cooper that the oren cost ---a box during Girl Scout Week .ad, cherry cobbler, buttered bread
governments, Chambers of Cm- Service would cooperate on cost Miss Lida Maone, a missionary (March 11-March 17). The cookie and milk.
mere and some city government of the road through Apalachicola from Liberia, West Africa, will be sale is the only way this organiza- Tuesday, March 13
officials along with a sprinkling of National Forest only if it was built the guest of the Wesleyan Service tion raises funds. Please buy a box Blackeye peas, buttered turnips,
.state officials met at the Commun- with secondary road funds. Kirk- Guild tonight in the Fellowship of Girl Scout cookies next week. cheese wedges, apple sauce, corn
ity Building in Wewahitchka to get land told the group that he had Hall of the First Methodist Church Brownie Scout Promise bread and milk
together a plea by the four counties documents from the SRD to back 'at 8:00 p.m. I promise to do my best to love, Wednesday, March 14
involved to petition lu eState Road up all of his claims, with him at The Guild invites all who are in- God and my country, to help other Sauerkraut and weiners, spiced
sion of the road that now runs from tterested to come and to share the people .every day, especially those beets, apple crisp, raisin bread and
Pasinaofma City through nw ras ro Most of the remainder of the experiences and work of Miss Ma- at home. milk.
Panama City throe Dead Lakes wahitchkdead- meeting was taken up with the lone, as she tells of her .activitiescout Laws Thursday, March 15
nds at the alachicola er A- main purpose at hand-that of lin-in the school, hospital, girls om 1. A Girl Scout's honor is to be Spaghetti and meat sauce, string
ondther nine-mile Apalasction of a pRiver.ob- ing up unified support by the coun- and leper colony in Africa. Miss trusted beans, cabbage, carrots and raisin
able route has also been cons ties to request that a survey for Malone is a native of Pensacola. salad, rolls and mlik.
able route has also been ed in Liberty County in the area Ihe current budget year. 1 3. A Girl Scout's duty is to be Frday, March 16role
of Sumatra. BIRTHS Cheese and potato casserole, but-
of Sumatra. David Carl Gaskin .acted as mod- BIRTHS useful and help others. I termed English peas, fruit Jello,
Rough estimates that the exten- erator at the meeting. Speaking for 4. A Girl Scout is -a friend to all rolls and milk.
sion of the Road to the Perry Cut- the project were Sen. Dempsey Bar- and Mrs. Francis Green Rak- and a sister to every other Girl 4-
off will cost approximately $60,000 iron, Rowe Sudduth, Mickey Morris. er announce the birth of a son, cout. e
per mile. Of the stretches already and Mayor Joe E. Hutchinson, all johnny Ray on March 5. A Girl Scout is courteous.
built, Gulf County, in paving the of Panama City, Mayor H.arold B. nMr. and Mrs. Emory Maurell 6. A Girl Scout is a friend to e ric
road from the Dead Lakes to the Canning of Wewahitchka and a host Cumbie announce the birth of animals. F r
Apalachicola River and bridging of .other city, county and Chamber bby girl, Phyllis Marie on March 7. A Girl Scout obeys orders, or nfunt
the Dead Lakes, along with Liber- of Commerce officials from Wakul- 8. A Girl Scout is cheerful. I
ty County have used thiir second- la County and B'ay County. 9.Mr. and Mr. Cark Eugene Kol- A Girl Scout is trhifty. Graveside services were held ath
ary road money. The petition to the The meeting ended on a motion andA Girl Scout is clean in .m. Monday for two-month
at toe 0 piiiy oth bTheo meeting ended C on a imnotion ler announce the birth of a son, old H1oward V. Epperson, son of
state was for use of pr.imarv road by Bay County Chaiman Mickey Scott William on March 4. thought, word and deed. Dv pperso o
t 'mpt rot o ta a e Scott William on March 4. A1C and Mrs. David Epperson of
money to completethi roml. Morris that a comitebe namedIMr and Mrs. 'William Franklin Mississippi City, Miss. The services
Senator Luther Tucker took the of one member from each county Baxley, S., announce tile birth of week or the purpose of elpin were held at Holly Hill Cemetery
-floor several times to urge that the .appointed by each County Commis- a son, William Franklni, Jr., on veterans, or their dependents in fil- were held at olly Hill Cemetery
road not curve by Sumiatra but sion involved and by four members ing claims for Compensation Bene- with inter t following. T
that it go direct from the dead-end being appointed from the floor. The Mr. and Mrs William Huh fits or soling their insurance prob- ung boy died Saturday in the
-at the Apalachicola River to Medart committee would try to work out a Branch announce the birth of a lems. This free service includes as-
and Newport. This would take the suggested route for the road and son, Ethan Lamar on March 2. i distance to employers of veterans In addition to his parents he is
rrsoil, nEthan Lamar on March 2.
road, for the most part. through work with the SRD if money for (All births occurred at the under the GI Dill, Vocational Train- surv..,-i by a bother, Paul; grand-
the Apalachicola National Forest. the survey wa:s forthcoming. Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital) ing. Subsistence or other problems,. .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ep-
Tucker said that, the Forest Service i Named from the floor to the co.n- eDuring his visit in this area person of Port St. Joe and Mr, and
would fit hall' the bill if this route mittee were: Amos Sumner, chair- Wea'iit may be contacted at the Mrs. Victor Reven of England.
was followed. man, of Hosford; Dempsey Barron Veterans Service Officer ICity all from S:00 to :00 a.m.----
,Senator ended all his pleas by of Bay County: George Tapper of To Visit Area Next Week Friday, March 16. Advertising Pays-- Try It
stating that he would abide by the 'Gulf County and Stephen Revell of Veterans of Gulf County who ....
suggestions of the SRD as to which Wakulla. need assistance in obtaining bene-
voute the road would take. i Following the -meeting the group fits under the GI Bill, may receive
On the other hand, Frank Kirk- enjoyed a supper of catfish chow- guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
land, chairman of the Liberty Coun- der, fried catfish and all the trim- ant State Service Officer.
.i ty Cq inission countered that the mings. Weant will visit this area next

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For example, if your February residential bill was more than 15.90t, under the new
modernized rates your February bill would have been reduced. "Low-use" custom-
ers, whose bill was less than s5.90, will get a very modest increase from I cent to
a maximum of 60 cents per month. This slight change reflects the fact that it costs
more to serve "low-use" customers than they have been paying. Studies show that
it costs over $4 to serve a customer before the first kilowatt-hour is used. The com-
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more nearly their fair share of the cost of service so as to relieve other customers
of this burden.
S This $5.90 break-rmrn fs ret w l vary slightly from matib
to month due to variable monthly billing adjustments

Commercial and industrial rates also were modernized, some decreased and some,
increased slightly. More detailed information is being prepared to explain changes
to these customers.

Everyone in the area will benefit directly or indirectly from the commission's de-
cision. Abundant, more economical electric power for new residents and more
competitive rates for industry will mean more jobs and help to build a balanced
economy. Result: a better community for everyone.
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Based on a decision handed down b
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American Cancer Society's Major Aim

Is Saving Lives Through Education


"MiWhen you camm eeouo to sdIl m VII

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Phones 227-2611 and 227-2621


The major effort of the American and their families.
Cancer Society is the saving of 8. For limited special assistance,
lives through education, research contact the local unit for informa-
and the eventual conquest of can- tion.
cer. Therefore, most of the Socie- (
tv's funds are used in these endea- IWJOE Slates
The Society is not a welfare or-
ganization formed for the purpose Lenten ProgramsC
of dispensing charity. Welfare is
the responsibility of the community
and ts tax supported agencies. A contemporary approach to the
and ts tax supported agencies. s of C Ps l be
Even though we can spend only a story of Christ's Passion will be
broadcast in Port St. Joe during
minimum amount of money for ser- broadcast in Port St Joe during
vice, we do have a volunteer organ- the Lenten season in a series of
ization which can frequently render 30 *short radio dramas .
valuable srevices to cancer pa- The series, called "It Happened
tients. Forever", may be heard Monday
through Friday beginning Monday,
The welfare of the cancer patient March 12 at 7:35 a.m. on Radio Sta-
is the deep concern of each Unit, tion WJOE, said Bob Sidwell.
but not its responsibility. Neverthe- The series of dramas combines
less, it has a special interest in the the highlights of the story of the
cancer patient and seeks by means Crucifixion with significant themes
of its voluntary service program to from contemporary life. Orchestra
prevent needless loss, of life, to as- music is used to convey the "mood"
sist the patient and the physician, of Lent, and also becomes a drama-
and to ease the suffering of the pa- tic element in itself.
tient. et, each drama is only four and
Listed below are eight facets of a half minutes long.
the service program of the Ameri- "It Happened Forever" was pro-
can Cancer Society:
1. Maintains loan closets where --
hospital beds., wheel chairs, and
sickroom supplies are available to
needy patients on a loan basis in
most communities.
2. Maintains dressings and band-
ages for patients. Volunteers make
these dressings and they are fur-
nished without charge for use in
the home only.
3. Provides transportation to and
from tumor clinics for indigent can-
cer patients upon request from the


local public health officials or oth-
er authorized referral agencies
when family and friends cannot per-
form this service.
4. Pays for room and board for
authorized ambulatory indigent out-
patients receiving treatment at ap-
proved tumor clinics.
5. Assists in establishing and
maintaining local visiting nurse as-
sociations in some communities to
aid.-ancer' patients.
6. Financial support of tumor
clinics. The American Cancer So-
ciety does not determine eligibility.
This must be done by the family
I physician and the local health de-
partment. The American Cancer
Society helps to finance hte Tumor
Clinic Program.
7. Counseling for cancer patients


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more tahn 20-dramatic roles during THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
the series. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1962
It is being -broadcast in Port St.
Joe as a service to the listening SHOP AT HOME
public by WJOE by special arrange-
meint. Advertising Pays- Try it


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


Shell dealers


suggest 10 ways to cut




car repair bills


Your car is probably the second biggest single in-

vestment you'll ever make. Here are 10 pointers

from Shell that can help you protect that invest-

ment. They're easy to follow. And they might well

save you a lot of trouble, as well as needless expense.


1 Check your cooling system hose
1* for weak spots. Inspect all of the
rubber hoses that interconnect your cool-
ing system. If they are cracked, cut or
swollen, they could give way at any time
and cause engine temperature to soar.
The result: a troublesome breakdown.
Less serious, but a potential cause of over-
heating, is a debris-clogged radiator. Ask
your Shell dealer to use his air hose to
clear away clutter on the outside of your
radiator.
0 Touch up scratches before rust sets
in. You can discourage the spread
of rust by using touch-up paint on body
scratches. Rust also likes to plug drainage
holes on the underside of car doors and
body panels. Keep those holes open (a
screwdriver or any pointed instrument
works fine) and you may well prevent a
rusted-through door or body section.
3 Avoid 100-foot trips. It's a mean
trick to start a cold car, drive it just
a few feet, then turn it off. Yet people
often park in front of their homes, then
drive into the garage later on. This can
increase engine wear, dilute your oil with


. ..,. .2 -,



unburned fuel and give sludge more
chance to form. If at all possible, drive
right into the garage when you arrive
home.


4 Look for oil streaks on inner walls
of tires. It may take a bit of back-
bending, but it's well worth the effort to
check the side of your tires you seldom
see-the side facing in. If there's any sign
of leaking fluid on tire walls, tell your
Shell dealer. A leaking brake cylinder or
rear axle oil seals could be at fault. Either
can lead to extensive repairs if not cor-
rected right away.
5 Obey the cardinal rule of car care.
A professional lubrication job is still
the best way to keep your car in good
health. But it should be done on a regular
basis-not "every so often." For safety's
sake, Shellubricate every 1000 miles. If
your car has an automatic transmission,
your transmission fluid level should be
checked regularly. Your Shell serviceman
can do this for you during Shellubrication.

6 Never "gun" your car to warm up
your engine. It doesn't help a bit.
Matter of fact, it can do more harm than
good, even increase engine wear. Many
drivers also think it's worthwhile to idle
their cars on a cold morning. But, with
today's modern engines, it isn't necessary.
It just wastes gasoline. Far better to start
your engine, wait a few seconds until it's
running smoothly-then be on your way,
but at moderate speed.
7 Check a terribly neglected little ac-
cessory. People seldom give their
windshield wipers a second thought-ex-
cept when it rains. But wipers wear out
too. Instead of wiping your windshield,
they can smear and scratch it. Wiper
blades are easy to replace-but windshields
aren't. Ask your Shell dealer to check


your blades and wiper arms next time you
see him.

8 Get a midwinter anti-freeze check.
If you've had to add water to your
radiator in the last few months, you may
have less anti-freeze protection than you
think. Let your Shell dealer check your
coolant with a hydrometer-to make sure
an extra cold night won't cause trouble.
Reminder: If you got a Shellzone anti-
freeze guarantee this winter, you're en-
titled to free refills, if necessary, until
April 1, 1962.

Q Don't let front wheels hit the curb.
Banging front wheels against the
curb is tough on wheel alignment-and
tires too. So, approach the curb carefully
when you park. This sounds like a small
thing, but it can help prevent costly front
end problems. Suggestion: look at the
tread on your front wheels right now. If
they show uneven wear, your front wheel
alignment may need attention.

100 Give your car an occasional
change of scenery. A steady diet
of city driving adds to the combustion
deposits inside your engine. This deposit
buildup can reduce your car's power and,
eventually, may cause trouble. But many
of the deposits that come with city driv-
ing will fly out the exhaust when you hit
the open road. So, take your car for a
turnpike drive this weekend. It can be
good exercise for it. And a pleasant after-
noon for you.


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BOWLING .


NEWS


SBy JAKE KOLLER strong with 188 for a 501. White-
By JAKE KOLLER b hurst had his best series in the bag
Michigan Chemical proved last but someone split the bag and
ftZ week they won't be the goats of Whitey ended up rolling 184, 169
uMW this League by rising up and taking and ahemm" 98 for 451. Go easy o17
SELF-SERVICING FEATURES SAVE YOU MONEY three points from St. Joe Motor. Whitey gang, he had five splits that
30,000 miles between major lubrications 6,000 The FORDmen took the first game last game. Jim Avant had a rough
miles between oil changes Self-adjusting brakes. and believed they weer on their series of 373 for second place on
way but Medlin and company the Ford team. It looks like some-
$2 7 8 2 caught their shirts 'and held them one threw some oil under the tires
$ 7 a m fast. Barney McCormick was the of this Ford.
Delivered locally, whitewall tires extra biggest help by rolling a fine 457. .:. .:. .;.
Barney lost his touch the last game The match of the year as far as
ST .JOE MOTOR COMPANY and rolled 130. Meolin got on the our League was concerned rolled
ST.- J MO OR PANY 22right path the first game with 182 on alleys five and six. Costin's in
322 MONUMENT AVE. PHONE 227-3737 but ran aground with a 137 second all their games with the Vitro team
game. Ray came back to finish has had a rough go but last week
---- -1tops the list. Six men on the two
teams rolled "500's" while the Cos-
tin team rolled high team series of
r LAUN DRY and 2601. The "sweepers" rolled games
Sof 900, 872 and 829 to take three


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points from the hard nose Vitro
team. But it wasn't as easy as you
may think. Vitro put games of 881,
780 and 843 together for a fine
team series of 2504. Without check-
ing I'll commit myself and say
-those were the two highest series
rolled .on the same alleys by com-
peting teams in our 'city. Running
through the .scores above 500 for
the Costin team. Jake Koller with
233, 150 and 202 for 585, Tom Prid-
geon with 188, 205 and 153 for 546,
Waring Murdock wi'h 187, 186 and
170 for 543. Vitro's Ron Pendergraft
had 179, 147 and 219 for 545. Both
Bob Shaw and Randy McClain
rolled 501.

The SJPC Office team used its
full team Thursday night like a
football squad. They rotated every
game and it paid off as they took
a clean sweep from Floyd Chevro-
let. T. C. "Doc" Williams led ,hte
team with 464 but Tom Ford gave
T. C. a fit with his 458. If Tom
could have only hai da fair last
game it would have -been "Katie
bar the door". To mrolled games of
162, 190 and 106 for his series. Lee
Taylor had a fair night with 438.
The blue-shirted Chevrolets just


couldn't get going. Basil McKnight ,~
Frank and I


had one good game of 185 but his
other two we won't mention, "OK
Basil?" Floyd and Powell had 380
and 335 for the team.
Philco and Florida National Bank
had pre-bowled their match with
the Bank men taking a' clean sweep
from Philico.


STANDINGS
Team
Philco
SJPC Office
Costin's
Florida Nat. Bank
Vitro
St. Joe Motor


W L
37 15
23 13
20 12
20 12
19 17
12 24


Michigan Chemical 4 20
Floyd Chevrolet: 5 27
Tonight's matches are as follows:
Floyd Chevrolet vs Vitro Services
alleys one and two.
SJPC Office vs Costin's, alleys
three and four.
St. Joe Motor vs Florida National
Bank, alleys five and six.
Michigan Chemical vs Philco
Corporation, alleys seven and eight.
Tonight's matches could deter-
mine very closely which team will
win the second half race, so come
,on out aand see some -close matches.

Shark League
By GEORGE BOYER
In the newly formed Junior 'ham-
ber of Commerce League, the
Sharks Bwoling League has for the
first time had its teams in a close
race. For almost eight weeks Boyles
led the first place standing by a
large margin followed by WJOE
and on down .the line.
This past week Florida National
Bank beat Boyles three out of four
games. This left the first place
berth only 'a four game margin. The
two closest teams to the first place
,berth are WJOE, and Nedley's.
Both tie with a 18-14 record.
For the fourth and fifth place
berth, Carp's and Frank and Dot's
are tied. Maybe 'Carp's can beat
Boyles this next week and move in-
to the fourth place standing, provid-
ing Frank 'and Dot's lose their four
games.
Florida National Bank is only
one game out of the fifth place
standing. They have been in the cel-
lar for a couple to weeks now. May-
,be they can move up with this
week's games.
This past week Nedley's won
three games from Carp's; Boyles
dropped three games to Florida
National Bank and Frank and Dot's
took three from WJOE.
While the teams were battling,
Rex Buzzett picked up 'a 5-10 split,
and Junior Nichols got a 1-3-7-10.
.STANDINGS


BIG-CAR
ROOM AND RIDE '62 MERCURY


MONTEREY


Team W 'L Pct.
Boyles 22 10 .687
WJOE 18 14 .562
Nedley's 18 14 .562
Carn's, 12 19 .4,6


Dot's


Cecil G. Costing, Jr., and Charles SHOP AT HOME
B. Smith. -----
-- : Advertising Pays- Try It


THE STAR. Port- St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1962

Historical Society

Elects Officers
The highlight of the regular
meeting of the St. Joseph Histori-
cal Society held Saturday was the
election of new officers for the
year 1962.
The officers elected were as fol-
lows: Mrs. Ned S. Porter, Presi-
dent; Jess eV. Stone, Vice-Presi-
dent; Mrs. Robert Majors, Record-
ing Secretary; Mrs. R. H. Brinson,
Corresponding Secretary; William
H. Howell, Jr., Treasurer and
Charles B. 'Smith, Publicity Direc-
tor.
Committee chairmen were also
appointed for the following com-
mittees: membership attendance,
Oljd, St. Joseph Cemnetery, Legal
Advisor, Photography, Centennial
Building *and committee to secure
suitable meeting place for the So-
ciety.
Jesse V. 'Stone, Vice-President,
presided over the meeting during
the absence of the president. Mr.
Stone reported that Mrs. Ned S.
Porter 'had been invited to speak
this month to the newly formed
Walton -County Historical 'Society.
Other business discussed was the
further preservation and beautifi-
cation of the historic old St. Josl
eph Cemetery. An effort .by Jesse
Stone to 'sloicit interest in this pro-
ject from the State of Florida was
reported on.
The Society voted to offer the
City of Port St. Joe two framed
early -maps of the St. Joseph area
for temporary use in the Chamber
Room of the Municipal Building. A
collection of Indian artifacts was
displayed by Charles B. Smith.
These 'artifacts w e r e obtained
from three different -sites in close
proximity to Port St. Joe. An effort
is being made to 'determine the per-
iod of history that -the 'artifacts are
from. Members present were Jess'e
Stone, Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs. R.
H. Brinson, William H. Howell, Jr.,


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
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Revival services begin Thursday
night February 8 at the Pentecost-


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.


You A e CardiLally 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.


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the life of Christ, "Discipleship" is under the direction of WroldITHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.,
also shows Jesus choosing the 12 Evangelist, Maurice Berquist, who THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1V
whom He names Apostles, and fas- has held successful crusades in ev-
cinating sequence shows Him cur- ery country in the world. This 15 This program is a direct line
ing a leper. minute daily broadcast also fea. you from foreign nations and m
Joe Mira, general chairman, said tures World Evangelist, Don Pow- keep you alerted concerning woi
I the public is invited to this and ell, who daily brings to you mission- conditions, 'as well as, inform
'other showings in the weekly ser- ary headlines .direct from the for- you what you can do about it.
ies being conducted by the church. eign fields. -c-t-row yu n
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al Holiness Church.
Rev. Willard Cox of Andrews, S.
C., is the invited speaker. Rev. Cox
is a graduate of Holmes Theological
Seminary of Greenville, S. C. and
has been doing full-time eva'ngelis-
tic work in the Southern and East-
ern part of the U. S. for several
years.
Services will be held each eve-
ning at 7:45 through March 18.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.
ATTENDS CONFERENCE
Postmaster Chauncey Costin at-
tended a meeting of the Postmas-!
ter's Association of Florida in
Clearwater last week end. Costini
is president of the Florida Post-'
master's Association.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
WEEK'S ACTIVITIES
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.
Sermon, 11:00 a.m., Dr. Turney
B. Roddy on 'What A Presbyterian
Believes" and at 7:30 p.m. on "The
Godly Man".
Young people, 6:00 p.m.


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Floridas "Moon Boom" Reflected in
FPC's Annual Economic Report For 1961
F The Florida "Moon Boom", and ports, are due only from those bene-
the upward trend of the State's ficiaries who earned over $1200 in
economy because 'of man-to-moon 1961. No report is required if the
projects, is reflected in Florida person's earnings were $1200 or
Power Corporation's 1961 annual less or if he was 72 or older in all
report released this week to stock- months of 1961.
holders.
A unique feature of this year's re- The report must be filed with hte
port is its timeliness -of illustration. Social Security Administration. An
Although planned months ago, but income tax return filed with the
released only this week, the four- Internal Revenue Service is not suf-
b color cover highlights, a rocket ficient. This report of what you
blast-off from 'a Florida launching earned will be used to determine
site. how much was payable to you in
1961. If, too much of your 'benefits
According to W. J. Clapp, presi-
dent of Florida Power, gross ree-
nues increased by 9.3 per cent; net
earnings from common stock climb-1
ed 5.2 per cent; and customer
growth, although at a slightly lower
rate than in 1960, was up an aver-
age of 10,722 customers.
's\ rtr The report stresses how Florida
and the territory served by the
P company has become an important
consumer market as well as shar-
ing in the industrial growth result-
ing from the "Moon Boom". During
1961, the State has moved from
10th to ninth place in population
standings.
To keep up with this rapid
growth, and as, evidence of faith
in the future, Florida Power ex-
pended a total of $35,100,000 for
new construction in 1961. Clapp
stated, ". in order to complete
the 1962 construction program,
which was increased to $39 million,
it will be necessary to obtain $22
million of outside capital."
A ten-year .growth tabulation in
the report shows the impact of the
State's growth on the company, and
an increase of 441 per cent in the
company's taxes paid to Federal, \ ___a
State and local' governments. '
Clapp also poinetd out: "The 'w o J
maximum peak-hour load was 805,- ^4Lf .
000 kilowatts-a surge of 49,000 .
kilowatts over 1960." He said that. ', :. ..' -
this increase was a little less than "
the two preceding years and that
the maximum peak-hour load was
167 per cent greater than 10 years "' ''.r
ago. Per-share earnings for 1961 '1 .i *
were: $1.37 compared with $1.30 .' .. .. .1..,
for 1960. A dividend of 24 cents '' :''
was paid to common stockholders 1 A'-t ;
in December, 1961, which moved L- '.
up the annual rate from 88 cents "L
to 96 cents per share. !-r.'r"
*1 '^K-k h'- the tri
Social Security Notes conscious ai
If you are receiving Social Secur- smartly tap
ity benefits and earned over $1200 Ivy inspired
in 1961, you must file a report on pull-over or
your 1961 earnings by April,16. This or regular
N report, according to John V. Carey, choose yot
Manager of the Panama City Social handsome I
Security Office, is the way the So-
cial Secuirty Administration makes
sure that you receive all of the
benefits you should have.
About 12,000 beneficiaries in the
Panama City area are receiving a COSTIN'S DEPA
notice with their current checks
that this report is due.
.Mr. Carey pointed out that e-


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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1962
were held back during the year, a
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during 1962, based on your estimat-
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County Commission1 if it had done anything about deed-
ing ten feet of a street in Highland I
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA View back to him. It was determin-
,February 27, 1962 ed that this matter had .been dis?
The Board of County Commis- cussed several months ago but no
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, met action was taken. The attorney ad-
this date in regular session with vised the Board that in order for
the following members present: E. the county to choose or abandons
C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Neva the ten feet that Mr. Forehand's .
Croxton, Leo Kennedy and A. J. wanted, that all land owners along
Strickland, The Clerk, Sheriff, En- the street will have to petition the
gineer, Road Superintendent and county to close the street; adver-
Mosquito Control Supervisor. tise for a public hearing and after
The meeting came to roder at the public hearing the Board would
6:30 p.m. The Chairman 'opened the then decide whether or not the ten
meeting with prayer. feet of the street could be closed.
Mrs. Terry Hinote and Mrs. H. Clyde White appeared before the
W. Griffin appeared before the Board and stated that he was rep- / i
Board,, representing the Port -St. resenting the residents of Marvin
Joe Garden Club and dicsussed sev- Avenue from 16th to 20th Street,
eral matters pertaining to said and pointed out that most of said
Club's future plans. The Board was residetns are present at this time,
requested to purchase one Blue requested the County to include
Star Memorial Marker to be erect- Marvin Avenue from 16th to 20th
ed in Port St. Joe; to fill in a lot Streets in the 1962-63 secondary
that has been donated to the Club road budget and discussed the
for its future home and then dis- need for this street to be paved.
cussed the beautifying of the High- After much discussion, the Board
way between Port ,St. Joe and We- tentatively agreed to include said
wahitchka. After much idscussion, street in its secondary road ,pro-
there was a motion 'by Commission- gram and place it in Priority II
er Kennedy, seconded by Commis- Group, subject to the laws govern-
sioner Croxton and duly carried, ing the secondary roads. The Board STOP AND NAP. The saf
that the County purchase the Blue entered into a discussion with ref-
Star Memorial Marker. The Board erence to obtaining a site for the feel drowsy or fatigued i
promised some help on filling inl Mosquito Control Department Shop feel drowsy on a long roe
the lot that was donated for the and yard. Several locations were you are tired-stop, get
Garden Club home site. discussed but no decisions were and back muscles. Nearly
W. C. Forehand appeared before made. in Florida in 1960 were
the Board and presented an ease-
ment, granting the 'County a 30- The Board then discussed a new were fatigued or appar,
foot street in the Highland View ditching project for the Mosquito sleepy, tired drivers were
area and requested the County to Control Department, said project
construct the .street. After discus- to drain two ponds in the area of
sion, the Board refused to accept Section 13, Township 9 South,
the -easement because it was not Range I, West.- The Board direct-
at least 50 feet, which is the mini- ed the 'Supervisor to proceed with Sharks Loose
mum right 'of way requirement, said pl.ans. I
The Board requested a new ease- .Commissioner Strickland report- Sec
ed that H. I. Rish -has offered to t in S ond
sell the County a strip of land 210 O I Se
feet wide running from the CountyRound of Tourn
Sand Pit to the swamp, which ou f Ta ournev
Would 'be .approximately 1000 feet; 1
AlR that tis is the land needed to
A R sloner Strickland said that the
'62 MERCURY County can dig -only 31 feet deep iak Springs, Tech High's top-sede-
EY in the pit without drainage, but ed Falcon's of Pensacola grabbed
Y with the proper drainage it could an .early 5-0 lead .and led all the
dig 111/2 feet. After discussion the way enroute to a 47-38 victory over
E R E Y _H *_Board .d i r e c ted Commissioner w eru to a -3 victoy ove
B Strickland to again contact Mr. Port 'St. Joe's Sharks, in the Class
Rish and offer him $400.00 down A, Group I basketball tournament.
and the balanee to be paid next Coach Willis Thompson's Fal-
The Clerk was instructed to ns, sporting a balanced first-half
Space the following names on the attack, held leads of 9-8 and 19-10
Indigent roll: in :the slowly-contested opening
James Roberts (1 month) $15.00. two quarters.
L,,siiA Mrs. Osie Lee Thomas (2 months)
S SAVE YOU MONEY $15.0,-,. Tech outscored Coach Marion
u aV Ne Jessie Pitts, $15.00. Craig's Sharks, 16-14, as the pace
r lubrications 6,000 Indigent payments to Mary Por- quickened in the third quarter.
Self-adjustinp -rakes. ter 'wtre discontinued and pay- Je 4-
,ments to Eleanor Winnie to be 'dis- St. Joe, a 49-46 victor over Boni-
0 O0 continued water the next payment. fay Wednesday nigh' managed to
2 The Board approved_ payment of outpoint the Falcons, -14-12, in the
whitewall tires extra 00ere of Port t. Joe for advertis- final period, but could not overcome
whitewall tires extra nmere of Port St. Joe for advertis-
iny at "Bob Sikes Appreciation the 11-point third quarter lead.
Day." Jerry Lambert, a 6-2 senior for-
R COMPAThee yein.g no further business ward, and Tommy Pane, a 6-3 jun-
CO Athe meeting did then adjourn. ior center, shared scoring honors
ATTEST:
P PHONE 227-3737 George Y. 'Core E. C. Harden, .Sr. with 17 points each as Tech claim-
----. Clerk .Chairman ed its 17th win in 23 outings this


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season.
Senior guard Johnny Ray_ and
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Sharks fg ft tp Tech fg ft tp ., p 0 : I I.
Boyer 7-0 14 Lambert 7 3 17 &P&/" [
Kennedy 0 1 1Cook 2 1 5
Ray 6 2 15 Reeves 20 4 W
Ohason 1 0 2 Payne 7 3 17 ( Dept. W-88
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Score by quarters:
Tech 9 10 6 12-47
Port St. Joe 8 2 14 14-38


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THE STAR

Published Every Thursday At 306 Williarm Avenue. Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publl hlng Cbompanv
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist. Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161

Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1962


Cast An Intelligent Ballot This Year


Elections are coming up. Some of the candidates are
qualified and others will do so. It will be to our advantage
and to the advantage of our county to keep our eye on those
qualifying. Become acquainted with the avowed candidates
early. Investigate their background. Seek out their views
on the several matters which face the county. These mat-
ters are, mainly, a source of additional taxes whether through
revaluation of all county property to place more now-exempt
property on the tax-paying rolls or additional sources of
revenue; continued growth for the entire county on a uni-
fied basis; our growth to the point to where the County busi-
ness is over a million dollar a year affair and a further look
at the reapportionment of the county's commission districts-
both School Board and County Commission.
We don't ask that you just vote for the sake of having
voted on May 8. We urge you to examine all the candidates
on their merits weigh their qualifications and then cast
an INTELLIGENT BALLOT on May 8.



Dr. Willa Dean Lowery Guest Speaker

At Rotary Club Meeting Last Thursday


Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, Gulf
County's new Health Doctor with
the Gulf County Health Depart-
ment told the Rotary Club of her
work in Brazil Thursday noon at
the Club's regular meeting.
Dr. Lowery served with the
State Department on a sanitation
education program in North Brazil.
In telling of the need of the mis-
sion she was serving on, Dr. Low-
pry told the club that by contrast,
Gil-i (opn'ty has 26 infant mortal-
ities in 1,000 births while 'the area
in which she worked in Brazil had
500 infant .mortalities in 1,000
births,
Dr. Lowery said that in the town
in which she served (about 15,000
population) only a few water spi-
gots in the city served as the en-
tire population's water supply. "If
a person has to parry all his water
for several blocks in steel cans, he
will not be so anxious to waste it
taking baths", Dr. Lowery explain-
ed. She said the people were not
lazy as so -many Americans pictur-
ed them, 'but the sanitation and so-
cial strata in Brazil is now where
tift IT, was at the turn of the
century.
Dr. Lowery 'said that .poverty in
Brazil was no different than pover-
ty in 'the U. S. She has recently
worked with the Public Health Ser-
vice in Escambia County and re-
pprted that poverty was as rife in
areas of Escamnbia as in Brazil.
Dr, Lowery said that the U. 'S.
public health aid in Brazil was be-
ing wisely expedited. It is not a free
'gift of the U. S., but the cost is
shared by the Brazilian and U, ',S
Governments jointly. She 'said that
when s'he first went to Brazil, her
operation was financed 90% by the
U. S. and 10% by Brazil. Now the
financing -is done, 90% 'by Brazil
and 10% by the U. S.
Guests of the club Thursday were
John Westmoreland of Marianna
and Phillip Chatham of Port St.
Joe.


Ranger Warns

Against Burning


Gulf County Ranger Alton Har-
dy says that -due to the high winds
this month, any type of .burning
will 'be very dangerous. He urges
everybody to be very careful with
trying to burn brush or woodlands.
l"If you have to burn for a reason
please take precautions to prevent
the 'burn from escaping. Contact the
ranger in your area. He can help
you with advice on burning. With
very little rainfall in the county in
the past few weeks, the March
Wi.ds will dry the moisture up very
quickly ad .aakles controlling a
fire very dangerous. The Florida
Forest Service urgently asks every-
one's cooperation to prevent fires.
We -also ask the cooperation of ev-
ery citizen to report forest fires to
your local county headquarters",


Hardy said.
The telephone number of St. Joe
Tower at White City is 227-2341 in
the Port St. Joe exchange. The For-
est Service will accept collect calls
to, report a forest fire.


Lions Club Given

Cancer Facts


At the regular meeting of the,
Port St. Joe Lion's Club, Lion Ber-
nard Pridgeon, Jr., who is house to
house chairman for the Gulf County
Division of the American Cancer
Society, gave a talk on -cancer.
Pridgeon pointed out that any-
one who doesn't get killed in an
atomic holocaust or in an automo-
bile accident, will almost surely
die of heart disease or the dreaded
cancer.
Pridgeon went oi to say\ that
medical science has proved that
cigarettes are the cause of lung
cancer and that the tobacco com-
panies made twice as much in net
profits last year as went into can-
cer research. Pridgeon stated that
38,000 people died of lung cancer
last year,

BAND PARENTS WILL
MEET TONIGHT AT 7:30
The Band Parents Association
will meet tonight at 7:30 in the
High School' Band RIoom.
All .band parents or those inte'r-
ested in the ,band are urged tp at-
teid.


Bowling News

MERCHANT'S LEAGUE
By JAKE KILLER
The big WVoolford team took 'the
first two games from Stone's Bar
last Monday but couldn't keep
Stone's down and had to settle for
only two points.. Adams rolled 531
for the Woolford team to take high
honors. Ray Medlin finally pulled
but of his slump. Ray put games of
10Q, 164, 204 for 548. Pat Kelly help-
e4 with the last game with 181
I .4 > A*
Pr}igeon's tpolo three big points
from the Pate's team on alleys
three 'and four, "Yank" Zimmermagn
bowled over the Pate's team with
his 489. Pridgeon and Murdock had
high games 'when it -counted. Bill
Tew rolled a very fine series for
Pate's with .507.
Pylant's pushed Phillip's "66'
around the first two games 'but had
to settle for three points after Phil
lip's 'took advantage of their chance
to jump ,on Pylant's the last game
Ji.m Aknson roiled high for the
red-shirted Pylant's with 502. Bob
Shaw and Ralph Moss both ran into
stone walls the last game and fin
ished with 473 and 456.
S 4.
Pat's Wonder Bar came within
five pins of a clean sweep over
the Custom Shop. Ron Pendergraft
the anchor maan for Pat's needed
only to 'mark the 10th frame of thi
second game to pull out the victory
for Pat's. Ron 'got a tough leavi
and left one pin. But the threi
points Pat's inollected pulled (th
fast rising team within three and


To Speak At

School Auditorium

You are invited to hear Miss
Sonja Persson at the Port St. Joe
High School Auditorium, Friday,
March 9 at 8:00 p.m. Miss Persson
serves the Lord at Radio Station
HCJB in Quito, Ecuador. HCJB is
known as "The Voice of the Andes"
and broadcasts the Gospel to a
large part of. the world in many
languages. Miss Persson is a mem-
ber of the Swedish Department of
Station HCJB and has .been work-

a half games of Woolford's. This is
a ten game increase since the start
of the second half.
Since I know this. will be read by
Bob Kerrigan, ex-captain of the
"big" Woolford team, I suggest he
start worrying!
Jake Koller led Pat's with 522
followed closely 'by Ron Pender-
graft with 481. Ralph Ward rolled
high for the Custom Shop with a
453.

INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
By LAMAR MOORE
Lanes one and two saw the Pa-
per Mill carve up the Box Plant
for four big points. Fead Ethridge I
led the way with his best night of
the season, 513. Fead was followed
closely by Bill Whaley with a 498.
Paper Mill took total pin count,
2229 to 2096.
Stuart Lyle clicked in with a nice
446 for th'e losers. John Brown had
a good night with games of 125, 130
and a big 186. The Plant had to
bowl with four men and the disad-
vantage was just too much to over-
come.
John McKenzie's 482, Peanut Mc-
Croan's 467 'and Rod Jensen's 460
led the Maintenance Team to three
big points over the Pulp Mill. Big
John rolled games of 150, 140 and
192 on his, way to his 482. The Main.
tenan'ce crew 'grabbed the first con-
test 721 to 701. The Pulpers came
back to take thee second game 760
to 717, but couldn't match a big
774 for Maintenance in the third
game. Maintenance took total ,pin
honors 2212 to 2203.
Lamar Moore, having his best
night -of the season, had games f
147, 119 and 200 for a 536. Joe Da, I
vis -contributed a 515 for the Pulp-
ers.
Lanes five and six were used by
Michigan Chemical to whitewash a
cool 'Coast Guard. Michigan was led
'by Ward's games of 172, 166 and
195 for a series of 533. Dean was
..ext high with a 416. Michigan
tp o the first contest 671 to 641,
the sePP14,Q 690 to 608 and the finial
712 to 68S.
Coast Gu'ard was bowling with
the -disadvantage of having four
men on the lanes. They just could-
n't seem to get started as McKen-
zie's 364 and Williams 360 were
high.
Matches scheduled between Glid-
den and Vitro were postponed n-
til later.
First high team series, Paper
Mill, 2229.
Second High, Maintenance, 2212
Third high, Pulp Mill, 2203.
First high individual series, L.
Moore, Pulp Mill, 536.
Se, ond' high, War, Michigan
Chemical, 533.
Third high, Davis, Pulp Mill, 515.
First high individual game, Moore
Pul'p Mill, 200.
Second high, Davis, Pulp Mill, 197
Third high, McKtenzie, Mainten-
ance, 192,
The standings 'are incomplete as
several games are to be made up.
STANDINGS
Team W I.
Vitro 59%/2 28%1/
Paper-Mill 54 38
Maintenance 51 37
Pulp Mill 49 39
Glidden 431/2, 441/2
Michigan Chemical 341/ 5 31/2
Box Plant 291/ 501/2
Coast Guard 31, 61


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ing there a number of years. She ibe at the City Park at 4:30 p.m. on
making a brief visit to the United the above dates to accept registra-
States (the country where she tions. Boys should bring birth cer-
came to know Christ) on her way tificates.
back to Quito, Ecuador from the All boys between the ages of
Scandanavian countries where she eight and 12 are eligible and any
has spent approximately six months ,boy whose 13th birthday falls af-
ion furlough and -follow-up work. ter August 1 of this year, who has-
She will show slides from her trip n't signed up before, should do so.
to Sweden, Norway and Denmark W. J. Herring, Vice-President of
and tell about her work at HCJB. the league, will be in charge of a
A nursery will be provided for barbecue supper on Saturday, Ap-
small children. ril 7 ,at 5:00 p.m. at the Centennial
-- Building. Tickets are on sale now
and last year's players will be hon-
BOyS Bsa@ a ll ored and assignments of new play-
ers will be announced.
League Meets

A meeting was held by the Little POLITICAL ADVERTISING
Boys Baseball League Thursday,, I hereby announce my candi-
March 1, to discuss plans for the! dacy for re-election for County
coming year. I Commissioner from District Num-
Bill Winters, president of the ber 2 of Gulf County, subject to
league, announced that work is the Democratic Primaries.
progressing to improve the fies In announcing for re-election, I
wish to express my sincere and
and should be completed before the deep appreciation to the people
try-outs. of Gulf County for their confi-
Sign-up date will be April 2 dence in electing me to this most
through April 6, and player selec- important position for the past
tion will be April 7. Managers and two terms. I believe that with
the ,player agent, Roy Burch, will the experience of the last eight


WHY THE JET IS WORTH

THE MONEY
A jet airplane costs a lot more than a horse-
and-buggy. But a jet carries a lot more people,
faster and further, than a horse-and-buggy
ever did. It's the same with today's prescrip-
tion drugs. They cure more people, of more
diseases and they cure them more rapidly
than the old-time "horse-and-buggy" drugs
ever could. 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



TELEPHONE: BAllI 7-4191
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Mon. thru Thurs. .. 4:45 p.m.
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Associate Editors YOU-ALL '

Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL 7-4261 "
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun"
BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
DON HADDAN Men and Boys Wear
ESTHER TAYLOR MLen's and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS GILL ----------- Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
JULIA HERRING Lingerie and Hosiery
RUTH KEELS DENNIS ARNOLD ...-..... Shoes for the Family


Boyles 16th Birthday Celebration Is

Making Hundreds and Hundreds of

Thrifty Shoppers Happy!. .
RECORD VALUES 'RECORD SALES! ADDED ATTRAC-
TIONS THIS WEEK TUNE IN WJOE 8 and 9 A.M.
DAILY FOR DETAILS LOOK FOR THE FREE SILVER
DOLLARS 'REGISTER!


Dear Friends:
The lines above need no elaboration and we leave it to
you to see for yourself the results of Modern Merchandising
as to quantities, qualities, and honest values! We're burning
extra oil to serve you better! Our aim is to please no mat-
ter how difficult or demanding you may be. We cannot af-
ford to displease or offend a single customer and we strive
to deal with you in facts and figures that override and sub-
merge mere feelings and opinions. Give us a try!
A windy week in windy March in the Boyles family.
Wife Erlma off Sunday to Virginia to visit with seriously ill
relative granddaughter Paula rolls off bed and yells
with gusto plus gusto (parents, Glenna and Bill, pale and
shook up! Paula fine). Comes to grandpa's house for a
nap carpenters show up to replace our 20-year-old roof
ripping, tearing and hammering breaks up the snooze
mama Glenna takes her off home with more gusto! .
I one of our cars in garage (stays there about 50% of the time
lately!) misplace other car find it after tracing myself
back to hardware store where a purchase of shingles made
for house office help at store indisposed with flu, with
the 10th coming up soon and- creditors looking for checks.
Scores and scores of dresses, dozens and dozens new slips,
panties, bras, sportswear-,.. hundreds and.hundreds.pairs
of shoes rolling in by parcel post, express and truck ran
out of dress hangers along with space for merchandise .
Feel like going fishing too windy and cold fish not
biting nohow! Nevertheless, a look at the facts indicate that
the blessing and good fortunes far exceed the problems. We
are grateful Barbara and me heard a good sermon by our
pastor Sunday evening (we needed it). Subject: The Three
Most Important Lamps of Life: No. 1, Faith; No. 2, Hope;
No. 3, Love. Question from the pulpit: How bright are these
lights burning in your life? A suggestion that we trim our
wicks and replenish our oil supply. yes, Faith, Hope, Love,
the three powerful lamps furnishing ample light to dispel
all darkness and carry us safely over the tossing torents of
life. Wonderful and true! A cheerful letter from grandmother
Boyles in N, C. How brightly her lamps burn at 85. She
makes the comment that it's good to light our lamps early
in life in the days of our youth Grandpa Boyles is
92 (he doesn't like this publicity) He's frisking around
with gusto both healthy, happy, peaceful Isn't that
wonderful! This column getting too long and we'll close wit_
the comforting thought We're thankful for Annie Mae
while our right arm is gone she keeps the lamps in our
stomach burning, too! S'long RGB.
P.S.-Oh me! Glenna just called Paula again! .
rolls off bassinet a big bump on head! No doubt she's
thinking the bumps start mighty early in life (past 5 mos.)


years that I can do a better job
in the future.
I have always stood for the
lowest possible taxes, the best
and most economic service to the
people of Gulf County, and I sin-
cerely and humbly solicit your
continued vote and support in
my bid for re-election.
Respectfully yours,
E. C. HARDEN, Sr.
County Commissioner
District No. 2


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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. tfc
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom
furnished apartment.
12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481
or 227-4261. tfc-11-30
FOR RENT: Duplex apartment at
14th and Palm. Also 2 bedroom
home on 9th St. Cecil G. 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 mo. Call' Mrs. James
,Perrlt, Phone 227-8581. tfc-1-11


FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house on
Long Ave. 2 bedroom house at
-beach. Q. W. Long. Phone 227-4686
both houses are furnished. tfc-2-1
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, pvt. bathroom. All new
kitchen. Soft water. Big yard. Ph.
229-1141. Mrs. Neva Croxton. tfc3
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apt. and 1
bedroom apt. At Simmons Bayou.
B. L. Presnell, Phone 227-8305. tfc-3
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
1616 Long Ave. Call between 12
and 1 or after 6 p.m. Phone 227-
4776. 2tp-3-1
FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak
Grove. Phone 227-8025. tifc-3-1
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furiish-
ed apartment, close to own. Call
Mrs. Hubert Brinson, Phone 227-
5756. Itp
'FOR RENT: 3-bedroom house on
First Street. $45.00 mo. See Bill
Carr at St. Joe Hardware. tfc3-8
FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish-
ed house. 2-bedroom unfurnished
house. .See John Robert Smith at
Smith's Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111.
FOR" RENT: 3-room house at 881
Hayes Ave., Highland View. $40
per mo. furnished. Call 227-2596 or
see Charles E. Smith at the A & P.
FOR SALE: 21' Coldspot chest type
freezer. Good condition. $250
cash. 1305 Woodward Ave. 2tp
FORl 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. 2.7-7161. tfec-2-15


er will finance purchase. Only $50
down. Call 227-4956 1tp
CHAIN LINK FENCE
For free estimates call C. W.
Long, phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
2 bedroom brick home, 1031 Long
Ave. Also two story, two bedroom
stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone
648-4128, J. A. Mira.

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
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. tfe-3-1


RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN
To take over Watkins route in
Port St. Joe, Good for up to $65
weekly to start. No investment. Set
your own hours. Permanent oppor-
tunity. Full or part time. Watkins
Products, Inc., Dept. M-1, P. 0. Box
2447, Memphis 2, Tenn. 1tp
SURPLUS SALES offers a large
selection of Spring Merchandise
at Low, Low Prices. Here are just
a few from our big stock. Picnic
supplies, fishing tackle and sup-
plies, boating equipment, guns,
chest-high waders, camp stoves and
lanterns, water skis, lunch boxes,
rubber 'garden hose, door mats,
jackets, elecrtic fans, 'air condition-
ers, television sets, upright freez-
ers, refrigerators, and lots 'of steel
bunk beds, complete with mattress,
pillow and adaptors for stacking.
We deliver. SURPLUS SALES of
ST. JOE, 112 Monument Ave. Phone
227-4051. tfc-3-8
JUST RECEIVED: Office desks,
steel filing cabinets, plenty of
good bedding (both new-and used)
attractive assortment of tables for
living, dining, bedroom 'and den;
suites, lamps, chests, wardrobes,
children's furniture, strollers and
toys, typewriters, ranges, rugs,
many good sewing machines. Hun-,
dreds of 'other i'ems. We deliver.
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
Monument'Ave., Phone 227-4051.
FOR SALE: 1959 Renault Dauphine
$425.00. See at 1317 Long Ave.
Phone 227-4871. Iltp


OF FLORIDA, IN AN) POR GULF ture of which proceedings being a suit to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY foreclose a mortgage from Henry R. Walker TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
SILAS R. STONE, to St. Joe Loan Company, Inc., said mort- THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
Plaintiff, gage being dated May 9, 1959, and record- AND FOR GULF COUNTY. AT
Vs-- ed in Official Records Book 5, at page 166, LAW.
HENRY R. WALKER and wife, of the Public Records of Gulf County, Flor- L.'W. DUREN,
MARY MAGALINE WALKER, ida, and encumbering the following property, Plaintiff,
Defendants. to-wit: -vs.-
NOTICE OF SUIT One Five Ton Air Conditioner located in CA:-LIE JOE WARE and
TO: HENRY R. WALKER and wife, MARY Bar Room operated by H. R. Walker in CONSUMERS FINANCE COMPANY,
MAGALINE WALKER, whose residence is Port St. Joe, which was purchased from a corporation,
unknown: John R. Smith. Defendants.
You are hereby required to file your DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka, NOTICE TO APPEAR
written defenses, if any, in the above pro- Florida, this 19th day of February, 1962. TO: CALLIE JOE WARE, whose place of
seedings in this Court and serve a copy of /S/ GEORGE Y. CORE residence is: 761 New Jersey Street,
the same upon the attorney for the Plain- CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Mobile, Alabama.
tiff on or before the 2nd day of April, 1962, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA On or before the 9th day of April, 1962,
the nature of which proceedings being a suit SILAS R. STONE the defendant, COallie Joe Ware, is required
to foreclose a mortgage from Henry R. 321 Reid Avenue to serve upon Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Walker and wife, Mary Magaline, to E. F. Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-3-1 Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 221
Gunn, said mortgage being dated September ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida, a copy
27, 1960, and recorded in Official Records of, and file with the Clerk of said Court
Book 4, page 634, Public Records of Gulf IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the original of, an answer to the bill of
County, Florida, which said mortgage was FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT complaint filed against him or her herein,
subsequently assigned to Silas R Stone, and OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF for trespass or ejectment upon the follow-
encumbering the following property, situate, COUNTY. IN CHANCERY ing described lands to which the plaintiff
lying and being in Gulf County, Florida, to- ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC. claims title:
wit nnig aat a point 6 inches S, a corporation, Lot 15 in Block 1016, Millview Addition
Beginninoata ont Ginc outh of Plaintiff, of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, Unit
the SW corner of Lot 1, of Block 16, City -vs- No. 2, according to the Official Plat there-
of Port St. Joe, Florida, and running IIENRY R. WALKER and wife, of on file in Plat Book 1, page 47, in
Southerly and along the West boundary MARY M. WALKER, the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court,
line of Lot 8 of said Block 16 a distance' Defendants. Gulf County, Florida.
of 21 feet and 6 inches, thence Easterly NOTICE OF SUIT WITNESS my hand and official seal of
for 90 feet to an alley, thence Northerly TO: HENRY R WALKER and wife, MARY said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf County,
21 feet and 6 inches, thence Westerly for WALKER, whose residence is unknown: Florida, this 2nd day of March, A.D. 1962.
90 feet to point of beginning, the same You are hereby required to file y-our writ- GEORGE Y. CORE,
being a part of Lot 3, Block 16, Port St. ten defense, if any, in the above proceedings Clerk Circuit Court, Gulf County
Joe. Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchk, in this Court and serve a copy of t he same (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
FOrAid th 1th day of Fb ravry 16. upon the attorney for the Plaintiff on or be- First Publication on March 8, 1962 4t
Florida, this 19th day of February, 1962. nore the 2nd day of April, 1962, the nature
/S/ GEORGE Y. CORE of which proceedings being a suit to fore- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT close a mortgage from Henry R. Walker and GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA wife, Mary M. Walker to St. Joe Loan Conm- In Chancery.
SILAS R. STONE pany, Inc., said mortgage being dated March BESSIE ,MAE FLAKE,
821 Reid Avenue 25,, 1961, and recorded in Official Records Plaintiff,
Port St Joe, Florida 4t-3-1 Book 10, page 273, of the Public Records --s.-
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF of Gulf County, Florida, and encumbering CLIFFORD FLAKE,
the following property, situate, lying and Defendant
FOURTH I TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT being in Gulf County, Florida, to-wit: I NOTICE TO: CLIFFORD FLAKE, whose
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF Lots Eight (8) and Ten (10), in Block place of residence is unknown.
COUNTY. IN CIIANCERY Five (5) of Oak Grove Subdivision, ac- On or before the 9th day of April, A.D.,
ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC. cording to the official plat on file in the 1!)(I;2 lie defendant is required to serve upon
a corporation, office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of Honorable Silas R. Stone, Plaintiff's At-
Plaintiff. Gulf County, Florida, in Plat Book 1, torney, whose address is 321 Reid Avenue,
-vR--& at page 12. 'Port St f oc. Florida, a copy of and file
HENRY R. WALKER, DONE AND ORDERED at Wewaliitchka, with the Clerk of said Court, the original
Defendant. Florida, this 19th day of February, A. D. of an answer to the Bill of Complaint filed
NOTICE OF SUIT 1962. 'against him herein.
TO: HENRY R. WALKER, whose residence I /S / GEORGE Y. CORE WITNESS my hand and official seal of
is unknown: CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT said Court at Wewalhitchka, Gulf County,
You are hereby required to file your writ- GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida, this 7th day of March, A.D. 1962.
ten defenses, if any, in the above procredino's SILAS R. STONE GEORGE Y. CORE,
in this Court and serve a copy of the same 321 Reid Avenue Clerk Circuit Court.
upon the attorney for the Plaintiff on or Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-3-1 By: Rosselle Gaskin, D. C.
before the 2nl day of April, 1962, the no- ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t3-8


FOR SALE: One duplex apartment
at 1210-1212 Palm Blvd. $12,500.00,
no down payment, no closing costs,
$75.00 per month, interest included.
Call Silas R. Stone, phone 227-
7161. ifc-2-15
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame housa
at White City. Large lot. See Da-
vid Rich or call 229-1145.
FOR SALE: 1960 Mobile home. 10
x50, 2 bedroom. Front ki c i.
$350.00 and take up payments. 319
Duval St., Oak Grove. 2tp
FOR SALE: 1959 white Chevrolet
Impala convertible. New tires.
Good mechanical condition. Walter
Dodson, Fla. Nat. Bank. ltp
FOR SALE: 75'x180' lot on Hunter
Circle. Cleaned and rooted ready
to build on and s art a lawn. Own-
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FOR SALE: '1955 2-dr. Chevrolet 6.
Good running order, nice paint
job, 5 good tires, 1962 tag. $415.00.
Also 14 ft. boat, trailer, 12 hp. Elto
motor, some accessories. These
'have not seen much use, $300.00.
S. L. Barke, Phone 227-4441.
HELP WANTED: World famous
correspondence school needs as-
sociate representative for Port St.
Joe and surrounding area. For per-
isona linteview write International
Correspondence Schools, P. 0. Box
248, Marianna, Fla. ltp
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8: 00 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
'St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. tf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT


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(Grice Property at St Joe Beach)
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Registered Real Estate Broker
Mexico Beach Phone s 648-3111 and 648-3110
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Registered Real Estate Broker
Mexico Beach Phones 648-3111 and 648-3110


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PAT E'S SE RVICE CENTER


_________Port St. Joe, Florida


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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






S TELEPHONE SERVICE

If you wish telephone service, go by the

Business Office in Port St. Joe and place your

application. If you cannot get to the Business

Office, drop us a post card. Be sure and en-

quire about an extension or colored telephone.


St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Port St. Joe, Florida


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