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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 15, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR

"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 merchants I


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 15; 1962 NUMBER 24


Gulf Circuit Court



Has 13 Case Docket


Judge Warren E. Fitzpatrick
presided in the Gulf County Cir
cuit Court Monday and Tuesday o:
this week, hearing a docket of 13
cases.
The cases and their disposition
were as follows:
State of Florida vs Felix Wil-
liams, colored, withholding support
-of a minor child. Williams plead
guilty and was ordered, to pay $15
a week support.
State vs Bennett Milton Grif-
fin, breaking and entering. Plea,
not guilty. He was tried and found
guilty. He was .bound over for pre-
sentence investigation.
State vs George Trammell, col-
ored, aggravated assault. He was
charged with cutting his wife. He
plead not guilty in February term
of court 'but changed his plea to
guilty this week. He was ordered
held for pre-sentenve investigation.
State vs Charles Herman
Fortner, withholding support of a
minor child. Plea, not guilty. He
was tried and found guilty and or-
dered to pay $15.00 a week.
State vs. Chesley Allen, break-
ing and entering. This case was
nol pressed due to lack of informa-
tion.
State vs Ester Sanders Sir-
mons, withholding support, nol
pressed.
State vs Carl Conrad, charged
with rape. The case was passed
pending further investigation.
State vs John Daniells and
Audrey Nunnery, charged with per-
jury in the trial.of Bennett Milton
Griffin. Nunery plead guilty. Dan-
iells case was passed until Friday
of this week.
9tate vs Chairle- Er, Hack-
ett and John Joseph Torter, break-.
ing and entering-. Hacket 'platd-
guilty with Pc- Ler pleading not
guilty. Porter's case was passed
until Friday of this week.
Another case was brought against


each of these two defendants sep
- arately with Hackett again plead
f ing guilty and Porter, not guilty
3 Porter's case was passed on to
Friday of this week.
S State vs Dannie Jackson, col
ored, forgery. He entered a plea
- of guilty.
S'ate vs Ben Griffin, breaking
probation of a sentence of August
1957. This case was passed on tc
Friday of this week.


Commission Has

Short Session

The County Commission had a
relatively short meeting Tuesday
as they discussed a few matters of
business 'brought before them.
W. C. Forehand of' Highland View
again approached the Board ask-
ing that a road be opened to a pro-
posed lake back of the St. Joe
Bowling Lanes. Forehand had giv-
en a 30-foot easement and the
Board turned the easement down
as being too narrow in a previous
meeting. Forehand was back Tues-
day designating the 30-foot ease-
ment as an alley and asked the
Board to accept. They refused to
accept.
The Board instructed Clerk of
the Court George Y. Core to write
a warrant to the Rish Brothers for
$400.00 as down payment on some
property to facilitate .use of the
county's recently-purchased borrow
pit. Purchase price of the property
has 'been set at $300.00 per acre.
The 'County is ipurchassitg approxi-
mately five acres -iin he plot of
land and instructed county engin-
eer Max Kilbourn .to survey its
area to exact -measurements. The
balance of the purchase price is
due January 1, 1962...


Kiwanis Minstrel 0hi aA.A

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Tomorrow Night

Tomorrow ,night is the nigh !
The night of the annual Kiwanis
- Club Minstrel Show.
The show, under the direction of
Hubert Richards will begin prompt-
ly at 8:00 p.m. in the Elementary
School Auditorium.
Friday afternoon a big parade
a will be held uptown including the
High School' Band, Minstrel end
men and other characters in the
9 Minstrel show.
Advance tickets may be purchas-
ed at Frank :and Dot's Agency,
Smith's Pharmacy, Buzzett's Drug
Store, Pylant's Men and Boys
Wear, West Florida Gas 'Company,
Florida National Bank and the
Pridgeon Insurance Agency.
The Kiwanis Minstrel is now fa-
mous for its 'annual show of good
entertainment. The show this year
will feature many good specialty
acts, secured .by Dr. Conrad Wil-
liams. New jokes have been sup-
plied the cast of end men 'and a
large chorus will provide music to
supplement the show. Prior 'to the
show and during intermission, the
Port iSt. Joe High School Band will
provide concert music.
Tickets are $1.00 each for all
seats.

A. P. Jackson Receives
Award For Radio Work

A. P. Jackson of this city has re-
ceived a coveted award from the
Florida Amateur Radio Operators
,magazine, "Florida Skip."
Jackson received ;the plaque for
meritorious service for his work
in coordinating communications at
the Crestview tornado disaster re-
cently. Jackson took his own radio
equipment to the disaster site and
set up communications for. the
area.
Jackson 'also received a certifi-
cate of appreciation from the a
Okaloosa County chapter of the
American Red Cross for his work F
in the disaster.


SCOUT LEADERS-Above are the Scouters re- Scoutmaster; J. S. Hinton, Finance Director of
sponsible for conducting 'the local Scout fund Panama City; Harvey Yarbrough, Field Service
drive. They .are left .to right, Silas R. Stone, Officer of Pensacola and Bob Walton, District
local drive chairman; Bill Fields, District Chair- Scout Executive of Panama City.
man, Panama -City; J. T. Simpson, Port St. Joe (- photo)


Breakfast Kicks Off Annual Boy Scout

Fund Drive last Friday At City Cafe


Port St. Joe's annual Boy Scout
Fund Drive got underway last Fri-
day morning with a breakfast for
workers at the City Cafe .at 7:00
a.m. Approximately 25 workers
were in attendance, along with sev-
eral Scout Executives and workers
,of the Gulf-Sands District.
Harvey Yarbrough, District Field
Service Officer charged the work-
ers that their job, primarily, was
to sell Scouting. "We don't care
if you collect no money, provided
you make a friend or two for
Scouting".
Yarbrough, who works out of the
Pensacola .Council headquarters
had high -praise for the local Troop
and its leader, John T. Simpson.
He declared that Port St. Joe had
the best and most-active troop in
the District.
Scouting in the District as a
whole has grown since 1910 from


55 boys to 8,658 today. Camping ac-
tivities have increased from 550
boys in 1946 to 1500 this past year.
Yarbrough .said that it takes ap-
proximately $10.00 per boy or $85,-
000 a year to operate the Council.
Of this amount, 99% stays in the
Council and one ,percent goes to
national headquarters.
Several awards were presented
'by Scoutmaster *Simpson to several
citizens for their aid to scouting
during the past year. These pins
of appreciation were presented to:
Otis Pyle, Walter Dodson, Wesley
R. Ramsey, Bob Fox and Jake Be-
lin. Scout Executive Yarbrough al-
so presented a pin to Simpson for
his outstanding work with the local
Scout Troop for the past year.
Other executives 'present were
Bill Fields, District Chairman and
J. R. Hinton, Finance Chairman,
both of Panama City and Bob Wal-
,ton, Bay-Gulf District Executive.


Girl Scouts Selling

Cookies This Week

Brownie and Girl Scouts of Port
St. Joe have started their annual
Cookie Sale. This is the -only fund-
raising event that .the Girl Scouts
have in our community. All money
raised from the Cookie Sale stays
here in the local Troop treasury
and is used most wisely to run the
Troop.
If, by chance you are missed
when a Girl Scout comes to your
door selling an assortment of cook-
ies, and would like some, call 229-
1486 or 227-8486.
A cookie station will .be run Sat-
urday all day by Girl Scouts on
Smith's corner, down town.
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VITRO WIVES WILL
MEET NEXT TUESDAY
The Vitro Wives Club will hold
their monthly meeting Tuesday,
March 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Flor-
ida Power Lounge.
All wives are invited to attend.


Mrs. Croxton Says

She Will Not Run

Mrs. Neva S. Croxton, County
Commissioner from District Num-
ber 3, announced this week chat she
will' not seek re-election to the of-
fice of County Commission. In
making her -announcement, Mrs.
'Croxton stated that she had weigh-
ed the situation heavily and sin-
cerely appreciates the support
which was offered her to seek re-
election. It was a difficult decision
made only after long consideration.
She stated -that she had always
tried to be fair and impartial in all
decisions required of her, and that
many decisions were made only af-
ter thorough study and prayerful
consideration.
Mrs. Croxton was appointed to
the office in May, 1961, upon the
resignation of her late husband, G.
S. Croxton.
Mrs. Croxton expressed her ap-
preciation for t h e coopertaion
which she had received htroughout
the tenure of her office and for the
cooperation that her husband re-
ceived prior to her taking office.
In stepping down, Mrs. Croxton of-
fered her full support and cooper-
ation with the Board in the future
and 'to Gulf County, and says that
she will continue to work untir-
ingly in any way that she may be
able to assist in further develop-
ing Gulf County and its vast re-
sources.


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students have given quite freely of
their time to make it possible for
Port St. Joe to run.
The delegates went to Jackson-
ville this morning in a 1962 Ford
donated for this purpose .by the St.
Joe Motor Company. The delegates
attending and some of their school
activities are as follows:
Richard Thompson, president of
Student Council, drum major of
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In Jacksonville

Meet This Week

By RICHARD THOMPSON
This week 'end, delegates from
the Port St. Joe High School Stu-
dent Council are in Jacksonville,
campaigning for the Vice-Presiden-
cy of the Florida Association of
Student" Councils.
This is Port St. Joe's initial cam-
paign for FASC office. However,
the Council has held district offic-
es numerous times. Their most re-
cent district offices have been:
Secretary-Treasurer and host for
the 1954 convention, Vice-President
(1959-1960) and President (1960-
1961).
For a number -of years, the Coun-
cil has been a member of the Na-
tional, Southern, Florida and Dis-
trict Associations. Always an ac-
tive group in he ,State Association,
Port 'St. Joe has not missed a
Florida Convention in over a dec-
ade. Also, representatives are sent
to the FASC Summer Workshop for
practical pre-service training.
The Student Council is the most
active 'organization at the Port 'St.
Joe High School. 'College represen-
tatives know Port St. Joe High as
one of the very first schools in
Florida to have a college day. Each
year the Student 'Council takes full
responsibility for that and 'many
other worthwhile projects. Among
the other major projects are: Ca-
reer Day, the Student Handbook
and Orientation, operation of the
school store, the Homecoming par-
ade, the "Citizen of the Month"
election, "The Voice of St. Joe
High" and various other activities.
. This is not a spur-of-the-moment
campaign. The Port St. Joe Coun-
cil has been preparing itself o
serve as a state i.,rter for 'three
rears, beginning with its election
as district Vice-President in 1959.
Opposing Port St. Joe for Vice-
President are Avon Park and Flet- t]
cher of Jacksonville'. Announced so fi
'ar for President are Plant of Tam- a
pa, Paxon of Jacksonville -and Jef- B
person County of Monticello. The C
Secretary-Treasurer school will be
chosen by District 'III, according to
he plan of alternating of districts.
This year's officers are: P. K. y
Young olf Gainesville, President; el
Winter Haven, Vice-President and el
Landon of Jacksonville, Secretary- p
treasurer .
Extensive preparations have been
nade by the students for the cam- n
paign. Various campaign items will r(
be passed out as reminders to the p,
delegates that Port St. Joe's c]
greatest asset is a record of ser- sl
'ice. ti
The delegates who are in Jack- b,
onville feel that they have some- C
thing to offer as Vice-President
nd so do the rest of the members
of the 'Student Council. This has hi
been quite a group effort. Many E
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the .band, Key Club member, Senior Club, Senior Honor Society, foot-
Honor Society, Boy's State, five ball, one year's Council experience.
year's Council experience. Larry Parker, homreoom repre-
Larry Davis, treasurer of Stu- sentative, Junior Honor 'Society,
dent Council, College-Career Day football, band, two years Council
Chairman, football, Key Club, Sen- experience.
ior Honor Society, Boy's State Sen- The 'boys will be accompanied by
ator, nominee to Boy's Nation, James Moore, faculty sponsor of
three years Council experience. the Council for the past four years.
Joe Whaley, parliamentarian of Mr. Moore teaches social studies at
Student Council, President of Key Port St. Joe High School.


I,. iO ri rhl, they v are-: James Mo,:,re, facu ty ad-
visor; Larry Parker, Larry Davis, Joe Whaley
and Richard Thompson, Stuident Council dele-
gates to the State Convention. (- photo)


Seven More Seeking Office


G. L. Kennington Is
Seeking School Board Post

G. L. Kennington qualified with
he 'Clerk of the Circuit Court of-
ce Friday afternoon, March 9 as
candidate for 'member of the
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf
county from District Three.
In announcing his candidacy,
Kennington stated that he is 45
ears, of age and has been employ-
d 'for 'the past 22 years in the pow-
r plant of the St. Joe Paper Comn-
any and a resident of Port St. Joe
or the past 24 years.
He has been active in the labor
movement serving as financial sec-
etary of UPP Local 379 for 'the
ast eight years. He also serves as
chairman of' the Hospital and In-
iurance Committee, chairman of
he Welfare Fund, and as a mem-
er of the Pension and Negotiating
committee.
His wife's name is Mildred and
is three children are, Wanda, 21;
lilen, 18 and George, 11, two of
hom are still attending school.
He has stated that he is inter-
.ted in the betterment of the
;hools of Gulf county and, if
ected, will work untiringly for
e steady improvement of 'all the
hools of this county, without dis-
imination or favor.
He also stated that, if elected,
will do everything possible to
cure adequate .books and mater-
ls for the students of this county.
nd above all, adequate teaching
ace, prorating the funds of that
fice wherever they are needed


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Kennington states that he is
well aware of the decisions and
work expected of the Board in the
next four years and is capable, will-
ing and able to do so.


Steve Whealton To Be

On GE "College Bowl"

Steve Whealton, a student at
Florida State University has been
selected as a member of a group
of four students to represent the
University on the General Electric
College Bowl television program
which originates in New York.
Participating in the competition
for a place on the panel were over
100 students. The show is schedul-
ed for Sunday, April 1 over CBS
at 5:30 p.m.
Practice sessions called, "College
Bowl Warm-up" .may be seen on
FSU-TV, Channel 11 on the next
two Thursday evenings at 8:30 p.m. I


Robert L. Daniell Is
Comrhission Candidate

White 'City resident, Robert L.
Daniel, 44, has announced h'e will
-seek election 'to the office of
-County Commissioner from District
Three.
Calhoun County born, reared and
schooled, Daniel has been 'a Gulf
county resident almost 23 years.
Except for two years of that time,


Joe Ferrell Announces
In School Board Race

Joe Ferrell, a long-time resident
of Port .St Joe, qualified Saturday
to seek election to the Board of
Public Instruction from District 3.
Ferrell is one of the "natives" of
Port St. Joe having lived here since
he was six years of age. This is
his first try at public office.
Ferrell is a charter ,member of


he has been an employee of St. Joe the Long Avenue Baptist Church
Paper Company. Presently, h e 'and a deacon of that church.
works there in the Container Divi- In qualifying to seek office, he
sion. He has lived in White Citv


since 191. stated that he felt it was his duty
sto serve his county and that he
Daniel is married, has two chil- was concerned with helping to
dren, Dolores, 7 and Robert Earl, provide a sound educational pro-
5. He is a member of the White gram in Gulf county.
City Baptist Church. -
The candidate has never sought Silas C. Player Comes
public office before. Out In Commission Contest
"If elected," he said, "I promise
to serve, to the best of my ability, Silas 'C. Player, operator of Play-
as a commissioner whose interests er's Super Market at Highland
will be those of 'all the people of View this week announced his can-
Gulf County." didacy for County Commissioner
___ of District Three.
: .. Player was born in Calhoun
5,-County and graduated from Kinard
High School in 1940. He is married
^ -to the former Miss Margie Griffin
,, of Calhoun county. They have two
S daughters, Janice and Margaret.
.-"- '-- He .moved to Port St. Joe In 1941
S'' and was employed by the St. Joe
._-. Paper Company for nine years. In
1950 he established his 'Super Mar-
-. ket which he still operates.
Player states, "I feel that 11
years of .business experience will
help me better serve you as your
County Commissioner. I will work
ED RD SMT for more and better roads and
EDWARD SMITH will work to get more industry to

Edward Smith Qualifies come to Gulf county. I will work
at all times for the Improvement
In District Three Race of Gulf county."

Edward Smith, better known as
"Smitty" has qualified as a can- James C. Horton Is
didate in Gulf county for County Running In District Three
Commissioner from District Three. James C. Horton, White City, an-
Smitty is a resident of St. Joe bounced Saturday that he had qual-
Beach, along with his wife Jose- ified for County Commisisoner
phine and their four sons. He is a from District Three.
member of the Oak Grove Assem- Horton has been a resident of
bly of God Church. Smitty is an Gulf County for the past 23 years,
electrician for the St. Joe Paper except for a little over two years
Company. He also has a repair spent in the Armed Forces during
service known as "Smitty's Refrig- World War II. He is an active
eration Repair Service". member of the First Baptist Church
Smitty states, "If elected, I of White City and belongs to the
shall endeavor to serve all the Masonic Order and has been em-
people of Gulf county to the best played by the St. Joe Paper Com-
of my ability. I will also endeavor pany for the past 16 years.
to place the taxpayers dollar where HI orton says, "I qualified for this
it will best serve our county." Gulf county office 'because I want
____to serve you and Gulf County. I
will appreciate your vote and sup-
SHOP AT HOME port."


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State Vice-President of Florida Student Councils.
are the local delegates who left this morning
for Jacksonville to attend the state meet. From








rHE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. ]cees and their entries were treat-
THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962 ed to a lunch at the Seven Seas
'Restaurant. After the lunch the


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CLUB SPONSORS-Pictured abov.'e are off'lcers of tIi.e C,-:-:ir,. nddre s.-. Mr 11 -ve .J.hID- 3B.:La
the Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta !Sigma Phi and Sigma Phi Service Chairman; Rev. Harry Bab-
the Panama City Senior Citizens Club responsi- .bit, Rector of St. James Episcopal Church; Mrs.
ble for the meeting of Port St. Joe's older citi- W. F. Wager, Beta Sigma Phi sponsor; Mr.
zens last Friday night to form a local club. They Spencer, President of the Panama City Senior
are, left to right, Mrs. IEdwin Peters, Beta Sigma Citizens Club and Mrs. Spencer.


Phi President; Mayor Frank Hannon, who gave (-K photo)

Senior Citizens Honored With Party By Eta Upsilon Sorority
The Senior Citizens of Port St. for this year. "Irish Belles" with .green bonnets
Toe, were honored with a 'party The party rooms carried the "St. and white aprons with green sham
Friday night in the Episcopal Par- 'Patrick's Day" theme. Green rocks on them were won by the
.sh House. Eta Upsilon Chapter of shamrocks made of 'poster paper girls.
Beta Sigma Phi has taken the were pinned on .each guest for iden- The serving table was overlaid
forming of a Senior Citizens Club tification. Members and hostesses with a green linen cloth and a
is one of their service projects of Beta Sigma Phi were dressed as lovely arrangement of white chrys


Engc; ement Announced

Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson announce the en-
gagemen' and approaching marriage of their daughter,
Brenda to David Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Cur-
tis of Ambridge, Pennsylvania.
The wedding will take place June 16 at 7:00 p.m.
at the First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe. All friends
and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the wed-
ding and reception.


anthemums were used as a center
'piece. A 'huge -cake trimmed with
shamrocks with the words, "We]
come Senior Citizens" adorned -thE
table.
The party started with the grouw
singing "God Bless America" an-
the Rev. Harry Babbit gave th
opening invocation.
The mayor of Port St. Joe, Fran
Hannon, gave a short welcome ad
dress and offered the assistance c
the 'City Commission in this won
derful project.
Mr. Spencer, president of th
Senior Citizens of Bay County gay
a talk on the benefits of such
club. He also explained the fun(
lion of such a club and offered
their 'help in the organization of'
club in Gulf County. There were 2
members 'present from the Panam
City club. This is a happy group c
folks and have convinced the 1(
cal group that the organization lc
fhis club would be well worthwhile
The group enjoyed singing som
old favorites, plus many Irish tunes
Mrs. Charles Browne played fo
the group to sing.
Port St. Joe Senior Citizemns
have agreed to meet again Mondai
night, March 19 for a pot luck sup
per and to make further plans fo
organizing.
B. Roy Gibson, Sr., was appoint
ed temporary moderator of th
group.

All retired persons and anyone
over 5,0 years old 'are urged to at
tend a meeting at the Florida Pow
er 'Corporation lounge on Monda:
evening, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. fo
a discussion leading to the formaa
tion of a social club for people ii
this age group who are interested
in having a place to 'meet and visi
and talk, play .games and sing. A
covered dish supper will be served
at the meeting. Bring your dish.
For more information call 227
8581 or 227-4491.


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FRIDAY, MARCH 23


Mr. Louis Matthews


First Methodist

Plans Revival

Revival services are planned for
March 25 through March 30 at the
First Methodist 'Church in Port St.
Joe. Plans have been announced
by the Commission on Membership
and Evangelism for services to be
held at 7:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Vis
iting minister will be Rev. Charles
Hildreth, Pastor of Gadsden Street
Methodist Church in Pensacola.
Rev. Hildreth is widely known as
I a pastor, revival preacher and an
outstanding Christian lealdeir. He
has been pastor in his present
church for five years, and before
Going to Pensacola, was pastor of
Lafayette Street Church in Dothan,
Alabama for 13 years.
The music for the revival will
be under the direction of Robert
Bedle, Minister of Music at the
iRichards Memorial M et h o dist
I Church in Pensacola. Mr. Bedle is
(an outstanding baritone soloist and
i has had wide experience in direct-
ing choirs and congregational sing-
ing.
The morning services will be fol-
l, owed by a fellowship time where
coffee and donuts will ,be served.
People are urged to attend the
morning services and enjoy the
- breakfast snack afterward before
Going to work or school 'each day.

Connie Munn Receives
- Beauty Honors In Contest
- Miss Mary 'Cornelia Munn, daugh-
h ter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Munn of
106 Hunter Circle, Port St. Joe,
e placed second in a beauty contest
for Miss Recall, Georgia Military
p College, Milledgeville, Ga.
d The Recall Staff selected fifteen
e contestants from pictures of young
ladies entered from all over the
k south 'by cadets. The fifteen pic
d- tures were submitted to Mrs. Johr
)f F. Kennedy of Washington, D. C.
- who chose the three winners.
Miss, Munn, sponsored by Mastel
e Sergeant Carl L. Brooks of Elber
e ton, Ga., was presented at a ball
a held recently in the gymnasium o0
c. Georgia Military College.
d

5 Lunch Room Menu
a Port St. Joe Elementary School
)f
0- Monday, March 19
)f Spiced ham slices, baked beans
e. steamed cabbage, fruit cup, whit(
e bread, butter .and milk.
s. Tuesday, March 20
r Shepherd's pie, snap beans, let
tuce and tomato salad, oatmea
S' cookies, white 'bread, butter and
Y milk.
p- Wednesday, March 21
r Hot dogs,, navy beans, spiced
beets, cabbage slaw, cinnamon
t- rolls, butter and milk.
e Thursday, March 22
Fried chicken, English peas, car.
rot sticks, buttered rice, apple pie
and milk.
t- Friday, March 23
- Macaroni and cheese, turnip
greens, Spring salad, corn 'bread
butter, ice cream *and milk.
r Fo Hat N
n "Skate For Heart" Night


d Set At Skating Rink
t
A Monday night, March 19 will be
d "Skate for Your Heart" night at
the Mexico Beach Skating Rink.
- Help your Heart Association
speed victory over heart disease.
SHeart disease is ,ou r nation's
number one enemy 'and your heart
fund is the number one defense.
The latest available figures from
the national office of vital statistics
show that heart diseases are the
leading cause of death in the
United States.
All proceeds from skating fans
'admittance receipts will be d'o-
nated to the Gulf County Heart
Fund. So do your -part and have
fun 'doing it by attending the Mexi-
co Beach Skating Rink next Mon-
day night. The heart you help may
be your own.

Local Boy Gains Third
Place In Area Roadeo

Panama City was host this year
to the annual Junior Chamber of
Commerce sponsored Teen-age dri-
vers Roadeo for the Northwest
Florida area.
The Roadeo was conducted at
Bay High School.
After taking their written tests,
the group of students was given an
in-town driving skill test. When
all the students completed the in-
,town test each one drove their ex-
tra-best through the obstacle
course.
When all phases of the course
were completed the visiting Jay-

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Chairman of the Roadeo, Leroy Reh-


berg, awarded the following awards
to:
First place, Michael Shepard,
I Chattahoochee, score 277-1 out of
a possible 300.
Second place, Donald Harrison,
DeFuniak Springs, score 264.4 out
of a possible 300.
Third place, Tony Maige, Port
St. Joe, score 264.1 out of a pos-
sible 300.
Fourth place, Wayne Nelson,
Destin, score 262.6 out of' a possible
300.
There were nine contestants in
the 'area contest.
Winners of the Port St. Joe con-
test were: Tony M'aige, 327, first


UI


Free Movie To Be Shown Dealing

With Uterine Cancer and Its Cure


The Gulf County Unit of the
American Cancer Society has ar-
ranged for the free showing of two
-movies dealing with uterine can-
cer for women in Gulf County for
next Thursday.
The two 'free films to be shown
are: "Time and Two Women" and
"Breast and Self-Examination". A
physician will be 'present at the
showing to answer questions by
those viewing the films.

place; Bill Fite, 277, second place;
Henry Lilius, 251, third 'place and
Leon Hobbs, 214, 'fourth place.


The 'movies will be shown in We-
wahitchka next Thursday, March
22 at 9:00 a.m. in the Community
Center.
The films will be shown in Port
St. Joe on the same date at 2:00
p.m. at 'the Port Theatre.
The movies are designed to show
women facts they should know
'about 'uterine cancer and steps to
take to make early adeection 'of
the disease possible.
All -women are urged by the Gult
County 'Chapter to attend this free
showing to better -acquaint them-
selves with the dangers of uerine
cancer.


St. Joe Natural Gas Co., Inc., will sell stock and 10-year

71/2% debenture bonds to residents of Gulf County, Florida,

commencing on Friday, March 16, and extending to April


30, 1962.


Subscriptions may be obtained for combination


stock and debenture bonds at the office of the president of

St. Joe Natural Gas Co., Inc., Mr. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., at 221


Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, immediately.


The subscription


form shall set out the entire contract between the subscriber

and the company.



It must be clearly understood, however, that, unless at

least $125,000 in combination stock ,and debentures are

sold to local residents of Gulf County, all money would be

refunded without further obligation on the part of the com-

pany. The reason for this is that the fiscal agents for the

company agreed to handle the entire issue for sale to institu-

tional buyers provided there are no outstanding bonds or de-

bentures against the system. Since it is the company's de-

sire to have local ownership of stock and debentures, the

first offer for common stock and debentures must be offered

to local citizens of Port St. Joe.



All local subscriptions must be in, together with a check

payable to St. Joe Natural Gas Co., Inc. in the full amount of

ihe subscription prior to April 30, 1962.



A complete engineering report from the firm of Bar-

nard and Burke, Inc., of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, of the sys-

tem will be available for any interested persons to examine

in the office of Cecil G. Costin, Jr. at 221 Reid Avenue, Port

St. Joe.



The company intends to install the distribution system

in the City during the latter summer months or in early fall

of this year so that natural gas will be available for winter

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PORT ST. JOE ALL-STARS will tkae to the court front row, left to right, Dick Williams, Daryl
in Wewahl'chka tomorrow night in 'the Gulf Strickland, Weylen Graham and David Rich.
Coast Basketball tournament. The Port St. Joe Back row, left to right, Benton Hamm, Henton
team is in first place in the league, going into Hamm, Harold Hinote, Bascom Hamm, Harry
the tournament. The squad is. composed of: Lee Smith and Sonny Dean. (-X photo)


Port St. Joe's town basketball
team will enter an area tournament
in Wewahitchka next Wednesday
night. The St. Joe quintet 'draws
a bye on the opening night -and
will go into action at 6:30 p.m. Fri-
day night against the winner of the
ACI, Bristol game.
Team's entered in the tournament
are: Port St. Joe (in first place),
Wewahitchka, A 1 tha, Apalachee
Correctional Institute, Chattahoo-
chee and Bristol.
,Should the St. Joe squad win Fir-
'day night they will go into the fi-
nals .on 'Saturday at 8:00 p.m.
There is no charge for thegames
and everyone is invited to attend.
The games will be played in'ihe
Wewahitchka High School Gymna
sium.
Standings of the league as of this
week-are as follows:


Team
Port St. Joe
Wewahitchka
Altha
Apalachee C'or. Inst.
Chattahoochee
Bristol


W L
10 2
9 3
9 3
3 9
3 9


Betty Ward Is

On Dean's List
Columbia, Mo.-Miss Margaret
Elizabeth Ward of Port St. Joe has
been named to the Dean's Honor
Roll at Stephens College, Colum-
bia, Mo., according to an announce-
ment by Dean Martha H. Biehle,
'dean of students. The honor is one
of.the highest to be awarded to a
student at Stephens.


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


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Students named to the Dean's
Honor Roll must rank schola-stical.


ly in the upper seven percent of
the student .body and must parti-
cipate actively in campus life.
Miss Ward is the daughter of Mr.
nd 0. RS Sti 8nR04 1th Stih i


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Cub Scouts

Have Meeting

An enthusiastic group of Cub
Scouts, leaders and 'parents 'met at
7:30 Thursday, March 1 at the
Stac House for the regular Pack
meeting,


The meeting climaxed the Cub
activities for the month of Febru-
ary and the theme for that month
was "The Presidents". Den No. 4
with Mrs. Marie Boone, Den Mo-
ther and Mrs. Robert Faliski, as-
sistant, presented a most enter-
taining and educational program.
Cubs having 'parts in the program
were Henry Boone, Doug Bowdoin,
Bobby Faliski, Kenny Holt, Jim
Moore, Jimmy Myrick, Donald
Shoots, Jim (Simmons an'i. Kenneth
Small. The Gettysburg Address was
very effectively presented by Doug
Bowdoin costumed in the likeness
of Abraham Lincoln.
The business session was presid-
ed over by Cubmaster James Moore
at which time routine business was
transacted. Much discussion cen-
tered on the need for additional
Den Mothers to take care of addi-
tional boys that wish tao partici-
pate in the scouting program. Ad-
ditional Den Chiefs are also need-
ed.
During the business session the
Cubs participated in a quiz game
under the direction of Mrs. Faliski
and De nChief, Jake Belin, Jr.
Awards were -presented as fol-
lows: Steve Belin, Wolf; Doug
Bowdoin, Service Star; Bobby Fa-
liski, 'Service 'Star; Jimmy Moore,
Service Star; Jim Simmons, Ser-
vice Star; Donald Shoots, Service
-Star and Pobcat; Jim Myrick, Ser-
vice Star and Folf; Henry Boone,
Service Star; Kenny Holt, Service
Star; Steve Macomber, Wolf; Cal-
vin Johnson, Wolf and Gold Arrow.
Leroy Bowdoin presented a Cer-
tificate of Appreciation to James
Moore for his very .excellent ser-
vice as -Cub Master. The Certificate
was from the sponsoring 'organiza-
tion, the Rotary Club, 'Cubs, Den
Mothers, Den 'Chiefs and parents.
Due to the very excellent attend-
ance of Cubs 'and parents of Den
Four, they earned the honor flag.
Den Three reluctantly presented
it to them.
The next meeting will be held
on April 5 at the Stac House with
Den 1, Mrs. Edwin Peters, Den Mo-
ther, in charge of the program.
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Ford Salesman

Given Award

James C. Bray, a salesman on
the .staff of St. Joe Motor Com-
pany, will be presented Ford Motor
Company's 300-500 Club award 'at
a banquet honoring Ford dealership
car and truck salesmen of 1961 in
the Jcaksonville sales district.
The awards dinner for outstand-
ing Ford men of this area will be
held 'Saturday, March 17, at the
Wakulla Springs Hotel, Wakulla
Springs.
Walter J. Oben, Jacksonville dis-
trict sales manager, said 300-500
Club membership awards are pre-
sented for excellent retail sales
performance of outstanding Ford
salesmen throughout the country.


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THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962

Another In Series

Of Films On Christ
Familiar incidents in the life of
Christ are dramatized in full color
in the motion picture, "Return To
Nazareth", to be shown Monday,
March 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the St.
Joseph's Parish Hall.
The panel of speakers, will elab-
orate on the cultural background
of the times in connection with the
film.
Joe Mira, general chairman, said
the film portrays the wedding
feast, at which Jesus changes wa-
ter to wine; His ejection roim the
synagogue as He declares that the
prophesy of Isaias has been ful-
filled; and His meeting with the
Samaritan women by the well.
"These and other events are rev-
erently, accurately and dralmatical-
ly portrayed in this magnificent
motion .picture," Mira said. "The
series which we are now running
is giving many people a new and
vivid impression of the greatest
story ever told."
.The public is invited to all
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makes use.
R. H Elzey s Guest Speaker AtThe business portion of the meet-
ing followed. The nominating com-
Weekly Meeting of Eta Upsilon Sorority '63 slate of officers. Voting willbe
held at the next regular meeting.
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Be-i R. H. Ellzey was guest speaker Beta Sigma Phi honors one of
their members each year with the
ta Sigma Phi met Tuesday night for the evening .and gave a very "Girl of the Year" -award. This girl
in the home of Mrs. Eulalia Sla- interesting talk on "The Tools of is voted on by the group for her
jer, with 18 members and the chap- Speech". Mr. Ellzey gave 10 good good work and interest in the So-
ter sponsor, Mrs. Bernice Wager, rules or "tools" for public speak- rority. She is presented a gold tro-
present. ling, of which every good speaker phy at the traditional "Founder's
.., -Day" banquet. This girl was voted
". on by the group at this meeting,
but will be kept secret until April
30. Each member has a secret 'Be-
-ta Buddy" and their identity is re-
vealed also on Founder's Day.
''j .-,vt A social time followed with all
enjoying -delicious refreshments.
The next meeting will be in the
'. home of Mrs. Murlene Ward with
|"]..Mrs. Margarite Farris in charge
"of the cultural program.


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Arson Is Major Cause of 55 Forest

Fires In District One Conditions Bad

Forty-eight deliberately set wood David P. Smith, of the Florida For-
fires were the major cause of 55 est Service, about 2,000 acres of
forest fires in District One (10 forest land burned in the past two
Counties west of the Apalachicola days. Since March 1, eighty-eight
River). fires burned 2561 acres.
According to District Forester Santa Rosa County was hardest


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 Ae Cord;ally Invited To Attend

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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 p.m.

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hit by deliberate woods burners.


Sixty different fires set burned
into 2 separate fires burning large
timber and completely destroying
young pine plantations. Fifteen
hundred acres of forest land burn-
ed over in Santa Rosa County.
A 160 acre four-year pine stand
was destroyed. Other young pine
plantatoins suffered.
Johnny Brown, Ranger in Oka-
loosa County, received minor burns
of the hands and face, and sec-
ond degree burns of the legs. He
was treated at a local hospital, re-
leased, and confined to bed.
"Fire fighting crews of the Flor-
ida Forest Service, St. Regis Paper
Company, and other landowners
brought the fires under control at
3:00 .a.m." according to County
Ranger Pitts.
This has been the worst outbreak
of fires since March, 1960.
Gulf County Ranger -points out
the dangers of present dry condi-
tions in the woodlands coupled
with high March winds. 'This con-
dition proves -dangerous to our for-
ests and to life itself, because of
wind-fanned fires being so hard to
'control", he said. Hardy 'pointed out
that high winds can make fires
travel faster than man or equip-
ment, making for an extremely
dangerous situation.
Hardy urges ,that everyone in
Gulf County take special care 'with
fires in or near the woodlands dur-
ing this .dangerous season.

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but only if treated in time.
Educating the public about can-
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO REGISTERED
VOTERS
Below is a list of voters who have
not been checked on the registra-
tion books.
If you did not receive a post card
from this office to be signed and
returned last October, and you vot-
ed last election in 1960, YOU with
those who received one, but failed
to sign and return it, please check
with me before April 7, or you may
be disqualified to vote in the elec-
tions this year.


I have over 100 cards returned
by the Post Office who had moved
and left no forwarding address, and
they were returned unclaimed.
Thank you
MRS. C. G. RISH
Supervisor of Registration
Voters who Have Not Returned
their cards
PRECINCT NO. 1
Baker, Doris M.; Baker, Wilson
A.; Branilett, Lois L.; Branch, Gla-
dies; Brunner, Charles F.; Burn-
ham, Walter B.; Bryant, S. A.;
Bryant, Esther P.; Bryant, David
D.
Davis, Bessie; Davis, Richard E.


Estridge, Mary F.; Estridge, U.
S.; Foreman, Alvin.
Gortman, Charlie C.; Grant, Fred
M.; Grant, Mary E.
Hancock, Russell E.
Jackson, Mose; Jenks, Roy T.;
Jenks, Nell K.; Jones, Willie 0.;
Jones, Bertha Lee.
King, Edna Ma-e.
Lassiter, Bryan B.; Lassiter,
Ruth C.
McCracken, Hugh; McCracken,
Flora T.; McInnis, Mary F.; Mc-
Innis, James J.
Miller, Grace S.; Miller, Henry
,C.; Melvin, Carlton N.
Nixon, Oscar L.; Nixon, Roy J.;


Nixon, Arthur C.
Petty, Angus N.; Petty, Dorothy
0.
Sanders, Blondell P.; Sanders,
Till-man; Sheresh, Rossie; Shiver,
Bonnie M.; Smith, George W.;
Sundin, Mary P.; Sundin, Melvin
A.
Thompson, Lucille; Thompson,
James A.
Wade, Tennyson; Waters, Daniel
D.; Whitfield, Rou Eudon; Worthy,
Arlen B.
Yates, Naomi C.; Yates, Clifton.
PRECINCT NO. 2
Addison, Albert M.; Addison, Al-
berta; Armstrong, Hester Mae;
Armstrong, Sadie; Armstrong, San-
ford; Armstrong, George.
Baker, Cherry; Bass, Willie D.;
Bass, Mary S.; Blount, Elizabeth;
Bradshaw, Mary M.; Bradshaw,
Dallas L.; Brown, Carroll T.; By-
num, Dudley H.; Bynum, Annie K.
Cantu, Frances Ruth; Collins,
Mary.
Davilla, Juanita P.; Davis, Mar-
tha Sue; Davis, H. Lavond.
Glass, Audrey; Griffin, Jesse.
Hall, Elbert; Harlow, Billy R..;
Howerton, Walter B.
Lester, Billy Frank; Lollie, Joe;
Lollie, Mary.
McIntyre, Marvin D.; McIntyre,
Edna Mae.
Meeks, Nolan C.
Norton, Ann M.
Patrick, Shirley Ann; Posey, Et-
jel C.; Posey, Odell; Price, Lillie
G.; Pridgeon, Sam.
Ranie, Frank; Ranie, Gracie
Mae; Refour, John L.; Refour, Le-
lar; Refour, Jeanette.
Starling, Tormmie J.
Walsingham, Vennie; Williams,
Iris D.; Wilson, Mary M.
PRECINCT NO. 3
Collins, Oscar.
Infinger, Mary S.; Infinger, Guss


Griffin, Daniel .; Griffin, Ola P.
Harbuck, .Carious B.; Harbuck
Ruth; Hicks, Sarah M.
Jones, Fred L.; Jones, Willian
B.
Kelley, Louis Henry.
Laurent, Harols T.; Laurent
Donna R.; Leavens, Dwight E.:
Leavens, Phyllis I.
Maloney, Mary C.; Maloney, Ed
win F.
McKinnon, Helen M.; McKinnon
Howard L.; McMull'on, Ottis K.
O'Brian, Lullean P.; O'Brien, Ed
ward J.; Owens, Hazel M.
Parish, William L.; Paul, RutI
E.; Paul, William A.; Pickron
,Chester R.; Pitts, Henry G.; Pitts
Viola P.; Price, Allen R.
Raffield, Robert R.; Raffield
Robert R.; Redd, Sallie Mae; Rev
ill, Charles W.; Rhames, Joan P.;
Robertsi, Bryan A.
'Sheffield, Johnnie; Smith, Alfred
D.
Van Camp, Gracie.
Watson, Addie M.; Watson
Framk D.; Watson, Jean L.; Wat
son, Mary L.; White, Tessie L.
White, Charlie E.; Whitfield, Mary
E.; Whitfield, John B.; Whitfield
Ted L.; Whitfield, Edith; Williams
Ruth K.; Woos, Carolyn L.; Wood
Inez; Wood, Lynn.
PRECINCT NO. 6
Alsobrook, -Charlie W.
Bradley, Selma V.; Brooks, Vio
la; Brooks, Edward H.; Brown
Horace G.; Bush, Charles W.;
Bush, Lavenia M.
Carter, 'Charles J.; Carter, John
nie C.; Causye, Edgar; Causey
Vera Mae; Causey, Clarence W.;
Causey, Tercie H.; Causey, Mary
M.; Causey, -Charley F.
Farmer, Annie Mae; Farmer
Preston E.
Har.ner. Ardelle N.: THTarner. RRon


C. V., Sr.
Jones, A. Bernard. King, Louie G.; King, Willie J.;
Maloney, Thomas Earl; Nixon, Kirkland, James R.; Kirkland, Ma-
Florence B. mie L.
Mclnnish, Pauline L. Laurimore, Sybil I.; Laurimore,
Pippin, William L.; Pippin, James James C.; Lundy, Geraldine K.;
L.; Pippin, Daisy I. Lundy, Mixon D.; Lundy, .Cecil H.
Reese, Carl S., Jr. McDaniel, Mary J.; Mitchell,
Wilkinson, Edison B.; Wilkinson, James H.; Morris, Shade T.; Mor-
Chester C. ris, Addie T.
PRECINCT NO. 4 Newsome, Alfred 6.; New-some,
Flint, Lila C.; Flint, Phillip B. Bessie C.; Newsome, Willie; New-
Tate, Claude T.; Tate, Ellen L. some, Thomas A.; Newsome, Min-
Whitfield, Mary E.; Whitfield, nie Lee.
Willoughby L. Parrish, Betty L.; Peters,, Fornie
PRECINCT NO. 5 A.
Adams, Edna Earle; Adams, Joe Raffield, Andrew J.; Raffield,
L.; Adkins, Thomas J.; Adkins, Lucy M.; Rogers, Gene T.
Cloteel; Allen, Sybil D. Stewart, Doyle Y.
Babb, Vicie; Baum'gart, Frances Wimberly, John Y.; Wood, Char-
E.; Baumgart, Charles A.; Boyette, ley; Wood, 'Eva L.
Florence S.; Boyette, David A.;
Branch, Ouid-a Y.; Branch, Willie PRECINCT NO. 7
J.; Brannon, William T.; Brannon, Chandler, Ralph. C.; Clemons,
Pauline B.; Brown, Lindon ;L. Bural; Clemons, Ola Lee; Corbitt,
Brown, Thelma L.; Butler, Samuel Margie E.; Coribtt, Royce C.;
D.; Byrd, Gene H.; Byrd, Vennie Crain, Minnie Ola; Crain, Dud;
Mae. Dobbs, Joseph N.; Dobbs, Mattie
Carr, Woodrow; Carr, Josephine; S.; Dobbs, Effie 0.
Capps, Fletcher; Capps, Ida Belle; Eliott, Rosa L.
Caegill, W. T.; Carroll, Lum E.; Farris, Leslie A.; Faulk, Byrd;
Creech, Hazel Mae; Creech, Ken- Fedd, Jam'mie L.; Forbis, Fred;
neth A.; Crikis, Evangelos C.; Forbis, Iva B.
Crikis, Carolyn K.; Cumbie, Mar- Gathers, Steve J.; Graves, Geral-
jorie E. dine; Graves, Willie E.
Dady, John A.; Dady, Dollie L.; Hatcher, Henry H.
Dobbs, Thomas L.; Dobbs, Betty Mason, Will R.
Jean Z.; Duren, G. L.; Duren, Aud- Pate, Mildred; Pate, Virgile; Per-
rey L.; Duval, Jeff P., Jr.; Dufyal, m;a, 1Geoige J.; Perma, Doris-H.
Mary Libby; Dykes, Jeff. Riley, Cleceland. ..
Earnest, Sarah H.; Earnest Tul- Sellers, Lomis F.; Shearer, Ves-
lie C.; Enfinger, Willie E. ter Lee; Stanley, Mandy; Stanley,
Fant, Alma L.; Fant, Arthur F.; Bur-ton W.
Fendley, Pope; Furney, Iris E.; Tharpe, Lavonia.
Furney, Mattie Lou. Welch, Tom'mie; Wilson, Flossie
Gargus, Franklin D.; Gargus, Ed- M.; Wilson, Joseph L.; Wood,
na E.; Goff, Loyd; Goff, James F.; I James; Woulard, Fred.
Grantham, Lillie P.; Green, Marie; I Young, Mose.
Green, C. Albert; Griffin, Jackie C.: (Continued, on Page 9)


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THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962


; Fight for Highway 22 Gets Underway

The rumblings of the past two or three years of extend-
ing State Road 22 to the Perry Cut-off through Northwest
, Florida has finally came out into the open in a concentrated
effort of several counties to obtain the road.
- Where is State Road 22? It runs from Panama City to
Wewahitchka and from Wewahitchka across the Dead Lakes
y and dead ends at the Apalachicola River. The completion of
this road, according to its advocates, would give a shorter
y route to Tampa and other areas in South Florida from New
Orleans, Mobile and other points on the Gulf Coast, west of.
us. The question is. is the road needed and the point
is will areas such as Tallahassee, Quincy, Marianna and
other larger cities on Highway 90 allow it to go through-
since the road is being designed primarily to steal some of
Highway 90's traffic.
In attending a meeting of counties favoring the project
-or at least citizens in the counties affected by the road fa-
voring the project-in Wewahitchka last Thursday night, it
would seem that even the advocates are going to squabble
among themselves as to where the road will go.
Senator Luther Tucker of Crawfordville was in attend-
ance at the meeting and was very vociferous to the fact that
the road should go through the Apalachicola National Forest
and join the Perry Cut-off around Medart and Newport.
County Commission Chairman Frank Kirkland of Liber-
ty County was just as adamant that the road should go
through Sumatra and his County has gone so far as to pave
about nine miles of this route at a cost of over $300,000 with
Liberty's secondary road fund monies.
And at the same meeting, this editor was put out that
none of the Port St. Joe City Commission was invited to at-
tend. We thought they should have been since this is partly
a Gulf County project and every city and county commis-
sioner in every county affected was invited.
But back to the point of contention. A week or two ago
the Apalachicola Times came out in favor of Senator Tucker's
plan for routing the road. (This is probably the only time
the Times has ever agreed with Tucker. And about the only
time we have agreed with the Times is when they offered
their opinion of Tucker).
But, look at the location for a moment. According to
Tucker's route, the proposed road would go through the
Apalachicola National Forest. Whereby, Kirkland's route
will go through inhabited lands., There is no possibility of the
road building up the area on Tucker's route since the Apala-
chicola National Forest property is not for sale. A road has
two purposes and the two purposes are necessarily inter-
twined-providing a way for people to get places and serving
the area in which it is built. But there are no people in a
National Forest. $
But all this is conjecture a bridge must be built
across the Apalachicola River before a car can travel the
road after it is built and we are thinking this will hold up the
project for many years.
As to its affect on Port St. Joe-we don't believe there
will be any adverse effect, for this reason. Any glance at
the map of Florida will convince anyone that Highway 98 is
the long way to get anywhere. But Highway 98 follows the
coastline and tourists travel it for this reason-to see the
water. And, regardless of how many roads are built across
Northwest Florida to save miles, Highway 98 will still get
its tourists who travel to see the sights and not just to get
to a destination.


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Uterine cancer is the SECOND most common cancer in women.
Nearly all of the 14,000 deaths in the United States each year from
this disease could be prevented.
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The "Pap" technique is a painless examination which provides the
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This life-saving program is spearheaded by the Eta Upsilon Chapter
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and those close to them to accept the responsibility of getting a check-up
and the "Pap" smear each year. You are ugred to join this Crusade to
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Gardening

By HERVEY SHARPE
Agriculutral Extension Serv.
Most deciduous plants are as mo-
dest 'as humans. The first thing
they do when they awake in the
spring is to cover their limbs with
leaves. Dogwood, redbud, peaches
and plums and a few others are ex-
ceptions. They prefer to put on a
show of color before dressing.
Regardless of how plants begin
spring growth, you will find them
hungry 'after a long winter's sleep.
They will need food to carry them
through the first spring of growth.
Lawns need at least 20 to 30,
pounds otf a balanced plant food
per 1,000 square yards to form a
carpet of green. University of Flor.
ida turf expert ssay i"s 'a good idea
to apply some organic nitrogen -so
that the grass will not gulp down
this greening 'agent in a few weeks
and become hungry before your
next payday.
If rye grass is on its way out,
then mow an drake it out of the
permanent grass. Remember, dry-
ing M'arch winds will cause grass
to burn, so sparing the water hose
Roses will need an application
of nutrients during the first flush
fo bloom. The size of bush and soil
is a factor. But when in 'doubt, ap-
ply two ounces of 'a 10-0-10 top dres-
ser to each rose bush.
If dayliliess don't get their early
spring meal and a ground cover of
mulch, they not only will be 'slow
to flower but will make only a 'lazy
effort to set color.
After feeding 'all the plants, then
consider making cuttings of poin-
settia, izora, ligustrum, azale,a cro-
will' spoil the grass.
If your ulcers get 'fidgety because
par, 'of the lawn is not as green
as you think it should be, quit wor-
rying-most likely 'the soil tempera-
ture is out of kilter at that spot and
there is temporary shortage of iron.
To save you 'from worrying over-
time about the pale grass, you can
bring green color back quickly by
applying two tablespoons of iron
sulphate to each gallon of water in
a spray.
Azaleas and camellias need a
good shot 'of fertilizer as soon as
blooming is over. Play it safe and
get one of the fany special azalea-
camellia fertilizers on the market.
After feeding these acid-loving
plants, 'add another layer of leaf
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THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962

^ Tips9.P

beds in a shady spot, or urnish
*shade for the project. Cuttings of
many types of ornamentals form
heavy root systems most quickly in
mixtures 'that contain acid peat. Ex-
perience is the best teacher to de-
termine the best rooting medium
to use for .different plants. When
choosing cuttings, remember, ev-
erything being -equal, rooting ease
increases the nearer the cutting is
taken to the root system of the
plant.
Summer flowering bulbs ready
for planting include crinums, can-
nas, dahlias and agapanthus.
Annual flowers which may be
plante dnow include aster, balsam,
begonia, blue lace-flower, celosia,
chrysanthemum, marigold, morn-
ing glory, rose-moss, nasturtium,
strawflower, sunflower, tithonia,
verbena and the wish-bone flower.
Most of the annuals can be seed-
ed directly into the garden. Sow
the seed thinly in shallow trenches.
A 'baking powder can with holes
punched in the bottom 'and a three-
foot stick 'attached for a handle
serves well as a seed shaker. This
home-made seeding gadget takes
the backmaching stoop out of seed-
ing.
Next, cover the seeds lightly
with firmed soil. Cover the plant-
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Minutes of the
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WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
The Board ,of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met this date in special session
'with the following members pres-
ent: Leo Kennedy, Vice Chairman,
Neva Croxton 'and James H. Greer.
The Clerk, Sheriff and Attorney
were also present.
The meeting came to order at
8:00 a.m.
After discussion, there was a mo-
tion by Commissioner Croxton, sec-
onded by Commissioner Greer and
unanimously carried, that the fol-
lowing streets be substituted for
the streets listed in the secondary
Road resolution .adopted on Febru-
ary 13, 1962, and recorded at page
468 and the same are hereby made
a part of said Resolution.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman

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(Continued From Page 7) vin, Emmett E.; McCollough, Lu-
LEGAL NOTICE cille P.; McElvey, William T.; Mc-
Gowan, Clayton A.; McGowan, Ad-
die G.
PRECINCT NO. 8 O'Brian, Vona; Ogle, Louise;
Adkins, George C., Jr.; Allen, Ogle, James 0.
Irene; Arnette, David C., Jr.; At- Parker, C. L.; Parker, Mrs. C.
well, Arthur L.; Atwell, Virgie M.; L.; Pate, Senie A.; Patterson, Eve-
Arnold, Will; Avant, Willie E. lyn T.; Patterson, R. Junior; Per-
Badger, Elmira; Baker, Annie meter, Lincoln P.; Philyaw, Ver-
G.; Baker, Luther; Bass, Ruby L.; nell D.
Bell, John H.; Bergeron, Louis C.: Retherford, Doyle C.; Robbins,
Borders, Willie, Jr.; Bouie, Fannie Clifton W.; Robbins, Frances G.;
Mae; Bowlin, Vivian R.; Bowlin, Ruckman, Violet E.; Sanford,
Lavone C.; Bramton, Lee Roy; Clyde J.; Sanford, Alma T.; Simp-
Bramton, Beatrice 0.; Buoy, Mary son, John R., Jr.; Smith, William
E.; Burns, Joe L.; Burns, Pauline. I.; Smith, Dosie T.; Suber, George
Cannington, Lillian E.; Canning- F., Jr.; Suber, Dorothy J.
ton, Olna H.; Chambers, Rosie Terry, Delano E.; Thames, Hu-
Lee; Clements, Blanche J.; Cotton, lean S.; Thames, Albert T.; Tyler,
Annie Mae. Gerald K.
Danzy, John; Davis, Bernice; Whitaker, Mary R.; Wimberly,
'Dawson, Charles, Jr.; Dawson, Jes- Mary R.; Wimberly, Ernest C.;
se; Dawson, Annie; Dowden, Lor- Woolford, Vernon B.
etta L.; Dowden, Harry; Dozier, Yates, Annie C.
Alberta; Dunning, S'allie; Durant,
Mrs. W. L.; Durant, W. L. PRECINCT NO. 11
Edwards, Mosetta; Evans, Abra- Drew, John; Drew, Frances M.
ham. Herring, Louis J.; Howard, Har-
Filmore, William; Flenal, James. mon F.; Hutchins, Minnie .Lee;
Gathers, Roxie Marie; Givens, Hutchins, Thomas D.
Sidney; Grenton, Joe; Griffin, Kelley,,Mary A.; Kelley, Roy W.
Coleman. Mathis, Eleanor J.; Mathis, Fra-
Hall, Ella Lee(Hall, Major; Har- dy 0.; Mefford, Creal-W.; Mefford,
ris, Will; Hill, Willie Mae; Hill, A. Bettye G.; Mitchell, Barbara L.;
Lamar. Mims, Peavy.
Jackson, Charlie; Jefferson, Lu- O'Brian, J. B.
,.genia J.; Jenkins, Johnnie J.; Parker, Sammy C.; Parker, Mary
Johnson, Hazel H.; Jones, Sallie Amnn; Parker, James A.; Parker,
Lou; Judson, 'Edna Mae. Tom E., Jr.; Parker, Erma L.
Kennedy, Lilia; Kilbourn, La- Slajer, John, Jr.
Fayette; King, Ceola; King, Char- Tharpe, Willie L.; Tharpe, Fran-
lie Mae; Kirk, Minnie M. ces.
Lewis, Naomi D.; Lewis, John Wimberly, Mary G.; Wimberly,
H.; Lewis, Felton Lewis, Ruby; Mrs. G. H., 'Sr.
Levins, Arthur; Levins, Thelma -
Lee.
McClain, Leroy; McCree, Robert S I
LCLvy Tony;p~rm~c Self-Employed Must
Gene; McCree, Rudolph; McElroy, el-Employe Mu
Lemon; McElvy, Tony; McCoy,;F S i e t
Mrs. Gladys; McLeod, Charlie B.; File Social Security
McNeal; David; McPerson, Lula
Mae; McQueen, Sam. Return By April 15
MilleT, Willie F.; Miller, Hohn
B.; Monoe, Eddie; Morning, Ben,
Jr.; Morning, Ethel Mae. Self employed individuals must
Neel, Benjamin W. make proper Social' Security tax]
Oats, Phelma; Oats, Priscilla. returns before April 16, 1962, ac-
Parker, Lugene; Parker, Roset- cording ;to John V. Carey, District
ta; Perkins, Tame s; Phillips,
James L.; Pigott, James M.; Price, Manager of the Panama City Social
David F.; Prince, Albert, Jr.; Security Office. All Iself-employed
Pyles, Lillie Mae. except 'doctors of medicine, who
Quinn, Rosena 'M.; Quinn, Al- have a profit of $400 or more are
donia; Quinn, Billy C.
Raines, Mary E.; Rich, Mrs. H. required to file.
E.; Robinson, Willie J.; Richard- Self-employedl inidviduals who
son, Dorothy B.; Robinson, 'Cassie have not prepared their tax returns
Mae; Robinson, Nathaniel; Robin- for previous, years have lost the
son, Calvin B.; Rouse, Doris.
Sales, Roger; Simmons, Willie Iright to :Soclal 'Security credits
Mae; Simmons, Roy; Smith, from self-employment for 'all years
James; Smith, Viola; Smith, Mrs. prior to 1958. The year 1958 will
Pearl; Stallworth, Henry K.; Stall- be lost if proper tax returns are
worth, Henry T.
Trammell, George R. 'not 'filed by April 16, 1962. Many
Underwood, Willie. self-employed individuals who. have
Vandenberg, Lola L. not been filing their :Social Secur-
Ware, Sherman; Ware, Charlie; ity tax returns are age 62 'or over
Ware, Bessie Lee; Way, Nathan-
iel; Weston,-_Rufus .A.; Whigham, and 'could be drawing Social Se-
Anette ,C.; Whitley, Maybell, D.; curity benefits.
Williams, Beulah; Williams, Mary; Women, age 62 .or over, have
Williams, Robert; Williams, Laura been able to draw benefits since
Mae; Williams, Earmestine; Wim- -
berly, Johnny T.; Wilson, Robert November 1956, and in August
L.; Wilson, Simmie; Wyatt, Rufus. 1961 it became possible for men
Young, Elizabeth; Young, Wilbur. to draw .benefits at -age 62. All in-


PRECINCT NOS. 9 and 10 dividuals, regardless of age, should
Adams, Margaret G.; Adams, make 'certain that the proper re-
Eva R.; Adams, Henry R.; Addison, ports ,of 'earnings -are being made.
Joseph R.; Anchors, Flossie J.; However, those who are age 62 or
Andrews, Mrs. J. W.; Aplin, Lou- over who have not filed tax returns
'ise; Aplin, Travis M.
Bartee, Esther C.; Bateman, Mau- should take immediate action. Tax
line B.; Begley, Jean D.; Begley, returns should be filed for all years
Martin J., Jr.; Bellows, June P.; after 1957 in which there was a
Bellows, Robert E., Jr.; Bishop, profit of $400 or more.
Theodore R.; Blackwell, Martha Individuals in this age group
L.; Blount, Newton; Bracewell, Individuals in this age group
Joe; Bradley, E. 0.; Bremer, An- may 'possibly qualify immediately
gust W.; Britt, Edna S.; Britt, Jo- for 'Social Security benefits. They
seph F.; Burgess, Kenneth E.; should make ;the tax returns and
Burke, Wyneam A. Burke, W. J. file a claim for Social Security
Clements, Mrs. J. J.; Collier, benefits, bringing an exact copy
Benjamin A.; Collier, Marilyn D.; of 'all tax returns plus the records
'Comforter,' Mrs. Win. P.; Comfort- used in preparing all tax returns
er, William W.; Cumbaa, Harry which were .delinquent.
W.
Dickens, Gatson L.; Dismuke, For complete details, contact
Miriam B.; Durant, Willie H.; your local Social' Security office at
Dwiggins, Margaret J.; Dwiggins, 1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama
Bruce L.
Ewing, Naomi .,E.;, Ewing, Char- City, Florida, phone PO 3-5331.
les E. ____________
Fairley, P. B.; Fairley, 'Edith;
Frinodig, Mark M.
Glae, Fr ances E.; .Glidden, Ha- Billy 'D. Lee Promoted
zer B : Griier, Janes H. To Airman First Class
Hoilliark, Caherine J.; -Hall- o
inmrk, Gordon S.; .Ha.,per, Deward
L.; Hel-ey, GIvn H.; Henley,-Fran- AMARILLO AFB, Tex.-Billy D.
cis ,(Mrs.); oHerubgr.ihm ni:."er; Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee
>Holt, Preston, Jr.; '-Hough.'Nedda of 101 Hunter Circle, has been pro-
T.; Hough, Joe W., Jr.; HeUtfU: d, moted to airman first class in the
Josie B.; Huffmnan, David G.
.Johnson, Charles P.; Johnson, United States Air Force.
Miriam M.; Johnson, Samuel D.; Airman Lee is assigned with the
Jordan, Ava. 3320th Technical School here as
Kiebler, Myron W.; Kiebler, Al- an instructor.
pha B.; Kirkland, Francis T.; an irmoan
Kirkland, Constance P. The airman is a graduate of
Lamberson, Selma V.; Land, J-er- Ponce De Leon High School. He
ald L.; Lilius, Edward J.; Lilius, and his wife, the former Elna L.
Arvilla G.; Linton, Helen Z. Bond of Bonham, Texas, have one
Macomber, Alice 'C.; Mahon, Min- Bond 'of Bonham, Texas, have one
,nie Lee; Merchant, W. R.; McCal- child, Billie.


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for one full year on any Guaranteed Warranty used car
We have joined with hundreds of other members of the FLORIDA Automobile
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garage of any member dealer in any part of FLORIDA
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ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
Port St. Joe, Florida


at page 12.
DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka,
Florida, this 19th day of February, A. D.
1902.
/S/ GEORGE Y. CORE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
SILAS LR. STONE
321 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-8-1
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
IN THE CIRCUIT -COURT.- FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY. AT
LAW.
L. W. DUREN,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
CALLIE JOE WARE and
CONSUMERS FINANCE COMPANY,
a corporation,
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: CALLIE JOE WARE, whose place of
residence is: 761 New Jersey Street,
Mobile, Alabama.
On or before the 9th day of April. 1962,
the defendant, Callie Joe Ware, is required
to serve upon Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 221
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, a copy
of, and file with the Clerk of said Court
the original of, an answer to the bill of
complaint filed against him or her herein,
for trespass or ejectment upon the follow-
ing described lands to which the plaintiff
'claims title:
Lot 15 in Block 1016, Millview Addition
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, Unit
No. 2, according to the Official Plat there-
of on file in Plat Book 1, page 47, in
,the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court at Wewahitchka, Gu:f Co(liy.

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IN THE CIRCI.T COURT OF TH TO: HENRY R WALKi. vI :. lri Floridail, his 2nl d al 0 .I \.%D. :. THE STAR, Port t. Joe, Fla.
.'UCadTENEiNTl ,JUDICIAL CIRCJT' .t nwn: GEORGE Y. COIl,T
1.'a::.lI, IN .\ND FOR GULF You ae .,. .: Clerk Circuit Con:, (;lf Cn ty THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962
.; L'f.\N \" te .n .. .. l. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) |
LA 1. It ST ONE, in I C : ; ;, f 1. 't ;'.] il f)'l ml .ircI 19 62 4t, -;
a befe' he ot' Iy; i,, -l -. IC .IT. CcOU.T. in the home of Mrs. leanette Ant-
HENRY R. WALKER and wife, ture of which proceedings being a suit To GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. le' 0:1 Mnrch 21 :tl 1 :00l a.m.
MARY MAGALINE WALKER, foreclose a mortgage from Henry R. Walker In Chancery.
Defendants. to St. Joe Loan Company, Inc., said mort- BESSIE MAE FLAKE, The All women of White Ci y aroe ux'-
NOTICE OF SUIT gage being dated May 9, 1959, and record- Plaintiff, Whie iy Vounteer ie
TO: HENRY R. WALKER and wife, MARY ed in Official Records Book 5, at page 166, artmPlaintifft Auxiliary met at h dially invited to attend the Aux-
MAGALINE WALKER, whose residence is of the Public Records of Gulf County, Flor- CLIFFORD FLAKE, Department Auxiliary met at the i meetings.
unknown: ida, and encumbering the following property, Defendant home of Mrs. Eva Weston, March
You are hereby required to file your to-wit: NOTICE TO: CLIFFORD FLAKE, whose
written defenses, if any, in the above pro- One Five Ton Air Conditioner located in place of residence is unknown. 7. After a business meeting, the Advertising Pays- Try It
seedings in this Court and serve a copy of Bar Room operated by H. R. Walker in On or before the 9th day of April, AD.,
the same upon the attorney for the Plain- Port St. Joe, which was purchased from 1962 the defendant is required to serve upon session was adjourned by the -
tiff on or before the 2nd day of April, 1962, John R. Smith. Honorable Silas R. Stone, Plaintiff's At- president, Mrs. Aillene Hightower. SHOP AT HOME
the nature of which proceedings being a suit DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka, torney, whose address is321Reid Avenue silent, Mrs Aillene Hightoer. SHOP AT HOME
to foreclose a mortgage from Henry R. Florida, this 19th day 6f February, 1962. Port St Joe, Florida, a copy of and file
Walker and wife, Mary Magaline, to E. F. /S/ GEORGE Y. CORE with the Clerk of said Court, the original An -enjoyable hour of fellowship
Gunn, said mortgage being dated September CLERK CIRCUIT COURT of a an swer to the Bill of Complaint filed wa_ ejy y th 1 memers
27, 1960, and recorded in Official Records GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA against him herein. was enjoyed by the 12 members
Book 4, page 634, Public Records of Gulf SILAS R. STONE
subsequently assigned to Silas R. Stone, and Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-3-1 said Court at Wewalitchka, Gulf County,or hr we
encumbering the following property, sitStonuae, ATd ORNEYFOR PLAINTIFF Florida, this 7th day of March, A.D. 1962. ved by the hostess, Mrs. Eva Wes-
encumbering the following property, situate, ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF GEORGE Y. CORE,
lying and being in Gulf County, Florida, to- Clerk Circuit Court. t and Mrs. John Tanner.
wBeginning at a point 6 inches South of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (CIRU'T COURSALE)as4 D t-3-8 The next meeting will be held
thegWore pot 1 of Bo 16FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT UCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-3-8B
the SW corner of Lot 1, of Block 16, City OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
of Port St.Joe, Florida, and running COUNTY. IN CANCERY TELEPHONE: BAll 74191
Southerly and along the West boundary J NY IN Y TELEPHONE: BAII 7-4191
line of Lot 3 of said Block 16 a distanceST JOE LOAN COMPAN, INC.u are cordially invited to worship with us atn. .
of 21 feet and 6 inches, thence Easterly Plaintiff Sun., Fri., Holidays ......-- 2:45 p.m.
for 90 feet to an alley, thence Northerly ainti,
21 feet and 6 inches, thence Westerly for EN ER and wife, FAITH BIBLE CHURCH o. thru Thurs ----- 4:45 p
being a part of Lot 3,Block 16, Port St. Defendants. FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Saturday 12:45 p.m.
Joe, Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka, NOTICE OF SUIT (Temporarily meeting in the High School Auditorium) THURSDAY FRIDAY
Florida, this 19th day of February, 1962. TO: HENRY R WALKER and wife, MARY THURSDAY FRIDAY
/S/ GEORGE Y. CORE M. WALKER, whose residence is unknown:
CLERK CIRCUI CO You are hereby required to file your writ-SUNDAY,MARCH18A STATUE..
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA ten defense, if any, in the above proceedings S
SILAS R. STONE in this Court and serve a copy of the same A FORTRESS.
321 Reid Avenue upon the attorney for the Plaintiff on or be- SUNDAY SCHOOL (a class for all ages) ....-- 9:45 am. SS...
Port St J, Florida 4t-.-1 fore the 2nd day of April, 1962, the nature Twenty
Port St Joe, Florida 4t--INTIFF of which proceedings being a suit to fore-
close a mo tgage from Henry:'. Walker and MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 a.m. Stories Tall!
wife, Mary M. Walker to St. Joe Loan Com-
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF 25, 1961, and recorded in Official Records O prAOUn
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Book 10, page 273, of the Public Records RORY CALHOUNW
ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC. of Gulf County, Florida, and encumbering EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE 7:30 p.m. T L
a corporation, the following property,, situate, lying and
lantiff, being in Gulf County, Florida, to-wit: "Superiority of Love"
-vs-- Lots Eight (8) and Ten (10), in Block
HENRY R. WALKER, Five (5) of Oak Grove Subdivision, ac-
Defendant cording to the official plat on file in the A nursery provided for the young during all services -
NOTICE OF SUIT office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of n yu lIoi
Gulf County, Florida, in Plat Book 1, .. .. ............ .................... fi I


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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
ov 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
Perr.tt, Phone 227-8581. tfc-1-11-


Free Parking FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house on
Drive-In Window Service Long Ave. 2 bedroom house at
'I beach. C. W. Long. Phone 227-4686.
UZZet 's DrugS tOfre both houses are furnished, tfc-2-1
317 Williams Abe. FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
Port St. Joe, Florida room house; newly decorated, or
r 1. ,___ corner lot, with carport and stor-
age space; nice yard and near
school. Call 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m.
D d y FOR RENT: House trailer, com-
S I r pletely furnished. Located at
White City. Phone 229-1145 or in-
Presbyterin quire at Rich's Super Mkt. tfc-2-25
Dr. Turned. B. Roddy, a retired FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Dr. Turney. B. Roddy, a retired 1 extra large living room, 1 Ige.
P'esbyterian minister from Mem- bedroom, .pvt. bathroom. All new
phis, Tennessee will preach at the kitchen. Soft water. Big' yard. Ph.
11:00 a.m. services of the Presby- 229-1141. Mrs. Neva Croxton. tfc3
terian Church Sunday. He will use At White City._
as his sermon topic, "Laborers FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apt. and 1
With God" using as his text, 1 bedroom apt. At Simmons Bayou.
Corrinthians 3:9. At the 7:30 p.m. B. L. Presnell, Phone 227-8305. tfc-3
Corrinthians 3:9. At the 7:30 p.m.
services he will speak on "God's FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak
Estimate of Man", Psalm 8. Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1
A report from the pulpit com- FOR RENT: 3-bedroom house on
mittee will .be presented Sunday First Street. $45.00 mo. See Bill
morning .at the 11:00 a.m. servicesCar at St. Joe Hardware. tfc3-8
FOR RENT: 'One bedroom furnish-
and the congregation will act upon ---..
it. FOR RENT: One bedroom house,
Spiritual enrichment services furnished. One two bedroom du-
plex unfurnished. Smith's Phar-
will be 'held in the Port St. Joe macy.
Presbyterian 'Church during what
is called "Holy Week" April 15-22. FORrSALEn 2-bweroo hlosVe, y
Dr. Tu~rney B. Roddy will preside reasonable. 509 9th Street. 'Call 227-
on the "Seven Words 'of Christ On 2541. 1tc
the Cross".
the Cro". FOR SALE: 13' 'plywood runabout
The public is cordially invited to in good condition. See E. H. Par-
all of these services. rish at Farmer's Apartments in
S, Oak Grove. ltp


THE BTAR, Port St. Joe, P a.

VOUZL FIND


'MOST
IMPORTANT
THINGS IN YOUR LIFE
... deserve the finest medi-
cal care possible.The health
of your growing children
may depend upon it. That's
why we suggest regular fam-
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.You will enjoy far greater
peace of mind and help
assure the good health of
those you love. And when-
ever you need a prescription
filled we're always ready to
serve you.
YOU*RPHA RMACY


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. JOB, 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-l-4
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
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-3, P. 0. Box
2447, Memphis 2, Tnen.
SURPLUS SALES offers la2ge


ATTEND PTA FOR SALE: 4'x7' pool table, cues, selection of Spring Merchandise


St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. tf
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec
All Master Masons cordially invited


EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
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30,000 miles between major lubrications 6.000
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$278.200
Delivered locally, whitewall tires extra

ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
322 MONUMENT AVE. -- PHONE 227-3737


THURIDAY, MARCH 15, 1962 at Low, Low Prices. Here are just
a few from our big stock. Picnic
supplies, fishing tackle and sup-
SIT IN IHfE 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
balls and rack, $35.00. 301 16th ST. JOE, 112 Monument Ave. Phone
St. Phone 227-2311. Itp 227-4051. tfc-3-8
FOR SALE: Furnished cottage, JUST RECEIVED: Office desks,
Beacon Hill. No down payment, steel filing cabinets, plenty of
no closing costs, $50.00 per month good bedding (both new and used)
including interest. Immediate pos- attractive assortment of tables for
session. $5,000.00 Call Silas R. living, dining, bedroom .and den;
Stone. 227-7161. tfc-2-15 suites, lamps, chests, wardrobes,
children's furniture, strollers and
FOR SALE: One duplex apartment toys, typewriters, ranges, rugs,
at 1210-1212 Palm Blvd. $12,500.00, many good sewing machines. Hun-
no down payment, no closing costs, dreds of other i'ems. We deliver.
$75.00 per month, interest included. SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
Call Silas R. Stone, phone 227- Monument Ave., Phone 227-4051.
7161. tfc-2-15
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame house every Wednesday night, 8:00 .p.m.
at White City. Large lot. See Da- at Parish House, 3091/ 6th St. Port


Friday, Miarch 16


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REAL ESTATE




SMITH'S

Pharmacy
JOHN ROBERT SMITH,
Pharmaceutical Chemist

Prescription Window In Rear of
Our Store


236 Reid Ave.


Phone 227-5111


Florida National

BANK
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Buzzett's

Drug Store

"Your Rexall Store"


317 Williams


Phone 227-3371


Men and Boys Wear
Outftters for Dads and Lads


WILLUIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tu eda y
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. Tomlln-
son. Phone 7-7501.
.R. 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. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel]
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

PROMPT and EFFICIENT
TAX SERVICE

Reasonable Rates

J. D. CLARK
Licensed Income Tax
Consultant
1017 Long Avenue
3-15 Phone 227-7771 5tp


vid Rich or call 229-1145.
FOR SALE: 1960 Mobile home. 10
x50, 2 bedroom. Front kitchen.
$350.00 and take up payments. 319
Duval St., Oak Grove. 2tp
CHAIN LINK FENCE
For free estimates call C. W.
Long, phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
2 bedroom brick home, 1031 Long
Ave. Also two story, two bedroom
stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone
648-4128, J. A. Mira.


Modern beach front cottages similar to one pictured

CONTACT


C. M. Parker

Registered Real Estate Broker
Mexico Beach Phones 648-3111 and 648-3110


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FOR SALE Can sell for only $5,000. The lots
Two bedroom house in good con- alone -are worth half the price.
edition on McClellan Ave. Can sell FRANK HANNON
for total cost of only $6,937.91. Pay Registered Real Estate Broker
$1200. down and assume FHA mort- 221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
gage for -balance. -
Large .two bedroom masonry
house with oak floors and floor fur-
nace in very good condition. Buy HIGHLAND VIEW
owner's equity for $1,500 and as-.
sume existing mortgage. 0 d TV
Three bedroom house with RADIO and TV
breezeway, .garage and oak floors.
On 90x165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave. NEED A RADIO or TV
To sell for only $350 down plus REPAIRED?
closing cost. Balance on FHA loan.
Two bedroom frame .dwelling in Inquire at
good condition on 15th Street. Only
$7,500. HOLLAND and SONS
Have .an old house on Seventh or call 229-2761
St. located on two very nice lots.



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(Grice Property at St Joe Beach)
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.



BOWLIP


NEWS


COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
Vitro met Floyd Chevrolet last
week and stopped them for three
-points before they could get out of
last place. Ted Grabowski led the
Vitro team with 474 while Bob,
Shaw slipped to 469 to come .in
Second. B. I. Mobley had a very
good night compared to his latest
with 456. "Sonny" Floyd was high
for his team with 418. George Small
helped with 371 and McKnight's
386 did some damage but far from
enough as Vitro lost- only one game.
*4 ..4
Costin's spoiled the S.JPC Office
team's dreams of glory by taking
a clean sweep from the 'office


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THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962 them in fourth an&d Carp's and
Franks Port St Joe High School Lists Fourth
their games to leave them tied for rt t Joe High School Lists Fourth
fifth and sixthplace.Six Week Period Honor Roll Students
JN" ^ During the action, on alleys Week Honor Students
three and four, Charlie 'Zimmerman
got a 4-10 split. The only split of
the day. Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the Johnny Ray, Sandra Brown, Alice
Next week Nedley's and Boyles Port St. Joe High School announc- Land, Mickey Thompson, Mildred
/ are sure to be on their toes to win
as many games as possible. If Ned- ed the fourth period honor roll this Tillman, and Wanda Williams.
leys can win three of their games week. -----_
against one for Boyles, it will mean Those students making the hon-
a change in the first place lead for or roll are as follows: Car Stolen From Lot; J
STANDINGS W L Pct. ALL A HONOR ROLL Located Near Greenville


MERCHANT'S LEAGUE Boyles 25 11 .694
he Pridgeon Agency took out Nedley's 21 15 .583
e of their own insurance in the WJOE 19 17 .527
n of three big points from the Florida Bank 15 21 .416
shirted Pylant's team. The in- Carp's 14 22 .388
.... b...arel d e ,t Pv- Frank and Dot's 14 22 .388


lant's 'the. first game by only two
'pins but came back and smashed
them for the second game and to-
tal pins. Tom Pridgeon led his team
with games of 173, 192 and 158 for
533. Waring Murdock rolled 517 to
come-in second. Jim Atkinson top-
'ped scores of both teams with his
'554, but' Jim was the only Pylant
man to get his average. Bob Shaw
rolled a low 448 in defeat.


INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
By LAMAR MOORE
Tuesday night's action saw the
Michigan Chemical team jump on
the Pulp Mill for three points.
Michigan had four 'men shoot ov-
er 450 each. They were led by
Dean's 491, Bob Freeman's 473, Tee
Freeman's 465 and Frank Dennis'
450. Mike Munn was somewhat off


boys. The "big guns" or the Cos- .. as ne snot a e,'e.
tin team ended up shooting blanks Pat's Wonder Bar got caught The slumping Pulp Mill crew
at the .pins as 'both Koller and looking towards ffrtt place dreams was paced 'by Robert Whittle's
Pridgeon rolled lo0 series of 467 and got. severely thirahed for four series of 512. Joe Davis was next
and 424. The Costin team is known points by the Stone's Bar team. with games of 1441 140, and 167 for
for not being very friendly and the Ray Medlin put games of 163, 235 a series of 451. Michigan took the
rest of the team didn't even wait and 187 together for his 585 series. first game 745 to 741. The Pulpers
for Tommy and Jake, in fact they Pat Kelly rolled 465 for second took the second, 691 to 690 and
buried them with their highest ser- place. Nothing can be said a-bout Michigan rolled a big 848 to 764
ies yet rolled. Waring Murdock put, the way Pat's team rolled because in the final contest to take it and
games of 221, .195 and 155 for a it is without a -doubt the worst tehy total -pin count 2283 to 2196.
very fine series of 571. Ashley and have ever done. Not one man even The Box Plant used lanes three
Jimmy Costin teamed up and both came close to his average and some, and four to shove the big Vitro
went wild. Ashley rolled 196, 172 did even worse. Jake Koller -and ',teamaround for a split in their
and 191 for 559 and Jimmy rolled Ted Grabowski were the worse of contest. Vitro spotted the plant 93
his 541 series including picking up the bunch with.their 448 and 356. pins per game and this spelled
the very hard 8-10 split. Lee Tay- 4: g .: their doom.
lor tried to help the Office team Pate's .Shell Service hit the Cus- Led by Lee Taylor's 166, the Box
with a 477 with "Doc" Williams rol- .tom Shop hard with another loss Plant grabbed the first match 756
ling 438. of three points. Big gun for Pate's to 744. Sprague's 189, Goober Dun-
: ol. ": .as always was Don Sickman who lap's 177 -and John Brown's 163 pac-
Florida Ntional Bank rolled only rolled 497 with his 120 average. edi the Box Plant to victory in the
three -men against St. Joe Motor Curtis Lane was second with 439. second contest, 880 to 863. Vitro
and added ;three more -points to Tumer rolled 533 for Levens Cus- came back in the third game 795
their winnings. "Yank" Zimmer- -tom Shop -but it was not good to 751 and this was enough to give
man rolled high for the Bank with enough, them total pin honors 2402 to 2387.
444 while Grover Holland followed 4.:, :. .. Vitro's Atkinson had a 519, Pen-
with 423. Ted Cannon rolled 364 to The Big Woolford team jumped dergraft chipped in a 505, Ted Gra-
pull his average up one pin. Otis on Phillip's "66" for three points to bowski a 486 and Manz rolled a
Pyle tried to show his team how to put the brakes on 'their skid from 477. Mobley was -off as he wuond
bowl with his 436 but it didn't help first place. Don Huffman rolled up with a 415.
as Whitehurst and Bray fell way 536 to get out of his slump and The Maintenance crew took ad-
down with 379 and 316. Hayes rolled 510 for second place. vantage of a cool Glidden team and
S: :. Melton was high for the Phillip's whitewashed them for four points,.
Tonight Costin's runs into Flor- team with games of 192, 172 and Peanut Mc(roan led the way with
ida National Bank on alleys one217 for 581. Lee Taylor got hot for a 467. Jimmy Burkea a 1a two good
and two. This could be a real close once with a fine 502. games of 186 and 157 to go alone
match since Costin's has yet to ond best with a 118. J461my wound up ec-
ond best with a 461.
clean sweep this -team. Floyd's Glidden couldn't put a man over
t on s ichigan Chemia, oe SHARK LEAGUE Glidden couldn't put a man over
takes on Michigan Chemical, the SHAK LEAUE Sonny Dean's 365. Dewey Patter-
don$ee-bac team on alleys three By GEORGE BOYER son had a 362 and Charles Tharpe
and four. On alleys seven and eight March 10, the -Sharks bowling a 352 for Glidden.
it's St. Joe .Motor vs Vitro in all league, under the Junior Chamber M.intngance tpok the first game
their strength. The season is com- of Commerce, took .to the lanes 695 to 649, the sepoo. 74 tpo 642
ing to a close now and the' matches once again. This "time the teams and the final 775 to 645, Total pins
are getting rougher each week. moved into closer standings, with count went to Maintenance, 2218 to
Come on .out and' h~ly fav-, ach other. E p-.-ec.Iy Bpyles. and 1936.
orit team. Nedley's, who are tied tor first Maches between Coast Guard
STANDINGS place. The two tpams are now sep- and Paper Mill were postponed.
-:-----.Wa Won- Lost arated by four Jame ..
Oostins 24 12 WJOE lost three of their four
Philco 37 19 and Nedley's won three of theirs,
Florida National Bank 23 13 moving' into second 'place and clo-
8JPC 'Office 23 17 ser to the first place title. WJOE ACCIFIEF ADS
Vitro 22 18 loss moved them down to third F A
,St. Joe Motors 13 27 place. Boyles won -three of their Midget Investments With
Michigan Chemical 8 20 four to keep them in first place. Giant Returns
Floyd Chevrolet 6 30 Florida Bank won three to put g l


SThe Tattler


R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL 7-4261


(7D-Rod Bowdoin and ainey
Fendley. B St. Joe Motor Company reported R GLENN BOYLES,
SA-Jake Belin. to -police Monday morning that a "Dedicated to Better Selling n
8B-Dennis Dawson. little tun"
CAnn Belin. 1961 Falcon had been stolen off
SESherry'White. their used car lot over the week STORE
9.0-Phyllis Smith. end. The car was recovered Tues- ERLMA M. BOYLES
9D-Billy Wager. day evening late, when Highway DON HADDAN
10A-Kenneth Dykes 'and Myron Patrolmen found it abandoned be- ESTHER TAYLOR
Merrit,1' side the highway near Greenville. GLADYS GILL ...---............... -------Ladii
JULIA HERRING
10C-Ellis Stevens. Pyle stated that the keys. to the RUTH KEELS -R DENNIS ARN
12A-Ellen Kennington. car evidently were taken Saturday
12B-Barbara Bell. during the day and the car taken
during the night. Boyles Participating In
A and B HONOR ROLL Particiating*i
Pyle stated that the keys were Building Tonight, Spons
7A-Tomnmy Atchison, Carl Os- usually put in the cars during theouse Predicted! 16t
car Neel, Cherry White and Mary day so -that they may be demon- Full house Predicted! 16t
Linda Garrett. strated. When the keys were taken ues You Still Have Tim
7B-Tim Rutland, Eddie McFar- up Saturday evening the Falcon Dollars A Winner Every
land, Danny Wall, Mike Weston, key was missing. Pyle stated he
Carol Mapes, Phyllis Miles, Rita didn't think anything of it as his ear friends:
Rasmussen and Kathy Weeks. salesmen often lift the key of cer- Guess we could say this column
7'C-Allen Humphry, Rand y tain cars. so that they may show has two departments: Number 1,
Airmstropg, Clark Downs, Bobby the cars to prospects over the Merchandising; Number 2, Public
Ellzey, Scott Holding and Ann ;week end. Pyle noticed the car Relations. Maybe it's hard tb say
Watson. i missing Sunday, but still didn't where -the former leaves off and
7D-Andrew Lewis and Boyd think anything about it. When it the latter takes on but we need
Merritt. I was still missing Monday and none not *bother with a little thing like
8A-Mark Rutland, Ellen K. of the firm's salesmen knew any- that. We'll just let the print fall
Smith and Pat White. thing about it, the theft was re- as it 'may light, homemade and
8B-Jerome Barnes. 'ported to police, gay (a rhyme at least) Will you
SC-Julia Boyette, Jennifer Ken- -- bear with us when we get a little
nedy, 'Carol Wager and Wayne O'- Mrs. H. W. Griffin Hostess too serious? (maybe?)
Bryan. To Azalea Thursday Among the many privileges, plea-
8D-Jacque Price, Barbara Lew- To Azalea Circle Thursay sure and .advantages of being a
is, Andy Trammell, Billy Antley The Azalea Circle of the Port St. small retail merchant, one is par-
and Paul Wright. Joe Garden Club met Thursday af- ticulrly impressive nd outstnd-
8E-Robert Boone, Donnie Smith ternoon, March 9 with Mrs. H. W. ing. This is the personal relation-
and Gary Davis. r MihH. ship that exists between the inde-
9A-Bobby Antley and Paula Grifin. pendent merchant and the custom-


After routine business an inter- er. The value of this fine relation-
esting program on day lilies was ship is more significant and satis-
presented by Mrs. Charles Browne, fying than the mere exchange of
Mrs. W. S. Chason, Mrs. Paul merchandise for dollars and cents.
Blount -and Mrs. Harry Forehand. Yes, It's a great adventure in hu-
Points brought out were: day man friendship as well as salesman-
lilies -are usually grown requiring ship. We -need to sell ourselves be-
no ,special care; they -come in a fore we can successfully sell to
variety of colors; plants come in others. We need ;to know ourselves
sizes ranging from tiny miniatures before we try to know others. We
to heights of five to six feet; many must know just what we want our-
bloom several times during the selves before we can do a good job
year; many new. varieties stay of determining-the wants and needs
open until quite late at night; they of others. Our success or failure de-
range in color from almost white pends on our ability to select the
to deep red and purple; they are merchandise you demand; to have
ideal for landscaping when massed it when you ask for it. Quality -and
in front of foliage plants., price must -also be pleasing to you.
It was recommended that this This is a good sized job -and a
climate should use the evergreen challenge to one who sees the
variety, point. Many never see the point


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nixed with a
BOYLES
PERSONNEL
Manager
Men and Boys Wear
Men'&s and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
es' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
Lingerie and Hosiery
OLD ..... Shoes for the Family

Style Show At Centennial
ored by Garden Club
i Birthday Celebration Contin-
e To Register for Free Silver
Day. Added Attractions, Too!
and they never learn to buy and
sell successfully.
We, at Boyles, who make up the
management and selling organiza-
tion, are 'directing our efforts dili-
gently towards 'the accomplishment
'of the aims discussed above. Now
our goal does not stop here. We
seek to know you as friends along
with having you as customers.
Your confidence, good will and
friendship is our greatest -asset.
In our 21 years of service to you
in Port St. Joe (five years with
-another firm, 16 years with Boyles
Department Store) we have come
to know you and love you as friends
along with having you as custom-
ers. Yes, that personal and indi-
vidual relationship that exists be-
tween us is the most valuable and
satisfying part of our experience
in buying, selling and serving our
good friends in Port 'St. Joe.
Maybe we've dwelt too long on
the serious side this time. Bear
with us, please' and we'll make it
lighter next week. This is our
heartfelt message to you during
the celebration of our 16th Birth-
day. Thank you for listening .
thank you again for being so won-
derful to us during these fine
years among you. S'long. -RGB
P.S. For Birthday Shopping
News tune WJOE at 8 and 9 a.m.
daily .. a. message direct from
various departments of Boyles.
Gladys Gill and Don .Haddan are
making it more interesting -and
worthwhile every day.


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