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


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


THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1962


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It
i once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchantal


NUMBER 25


-27 Candidates Qualify For Offices


FIRE RAGES through the pines n
stead last Saturday ruining thou
worth of pine trees. In the photo
Forest Service tractor plows one
of miles of fire lines plowed in


Methodist Revival

Starts Sunday

Rev. Charles H. Hildreth, Pastor
of the Gadsden Street Methodist
'Church in .Pensacola, will be the
visiting -minister in revival services
at the First Methodist Church be-
ginning Sunday evening, March 25,
at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Hildreth is in his
fifth year at his present pastorate,
and 'before this, he served at Lafay-
ette 'Street Methodist Church in
Dothan for 13 years. He is in wide
demand as a speaker in youth con-
ferences and revivals. He has the
distinction of having led more than
20 young men into 'the ministry.






















Rev. CHARLES H. HILDRETH
He was recently, awarded an hon-
orary Doctor's Degree 'from Asbury
College in Kentucky.
,Services will be held each morn-
ing at 7:00 a.m. and in the evening
at 7:30 p.m. A light breakfast will
be served at 'a fellowship hour fol-
lowing the morning services for the
-convenience of our students and
those 'on the way to work. Music
for 'the revival will be under the
.direction of Robert Bedle, Minister
of Music at the Richards Memorial
Methodist Church -in Pensacola.
Mr. Bedle has an outstanding 'bari-
tone voice and has directed choirs
and glee clubs for several years.
He has a degree in music from As-
bury College and has done grad-
uate work in his chosen field.
The public is cordially invited to
attend all services from March 25
through March 30.
--
DR. RODDY- WILL PREACH
AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Dr. Turney B. Roddy will preach
at 11:00 a.m. on "God's Remedy"
and 7:30 'p.m. on "Confidence In
God" at the Presbyterian Church
in Port St. Joe. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend.


I- t 'i -, .
ear Jones Home- the fire's progress. In the other photo, the Port
sands of dollars St, JQe Volqnteer Fire Department is standing by
(bottom left) a to protect any homes that are endangered by the
of the hundreds t
an efort to stop fire. They saved four homes during the evening.
an effort to stop


RAGING FOREST FIRE DESTROYS

1,200 ACRES OF WOODLANDS

A 1,200 acre forest fire, five miles south of Port St. Joe,
was brought under control late Saturday night, according to
David Smith, district forester of the Florida Forest Service.


The fire started about 1:00 p.m.
Saturday and burned a strIp along
U. S. Highway 98 approximately
four miles-long and four tenths of
a mile wide-'before being brought
under control by fire fighters of
the Florida Forest Service and the
'St. Joe Paper Company.
Seven tractor units 'and the air
patrol of the service were in ac-
tion on the fire. High winds and the
low humidity made the job of sup-
pressing the fire extra 'difficult,
Smith said.
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department was also on the scene
protecting homes in the Jones
Homestead area. The Port St. Joe
Volunteers had 'to go into 'action
four times during the afternoon to
prevent homes from -burning when
the raging forest fire burned with-
in feet of four different homes.
On five occasions the fire jumped
the fire 'breaks and the natural bar-
riers of roads and drain ditches,
fanned .by the high winds.
The -fire, believed to have been
the result of carelessness, appar-


Film Slated Tonight At
Oak Grove Assembly

'One of the nation's most unusual
missionary projects will be por-
trayed 'during a film presentation
at the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church on 'Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
"The Word for the World", a 25-
minute color film with actual
scenes taken in foreign countries,
will show the world-wide literature
distribution procedure of the boys
and girls mission crusade of th'e
Assemblies of God, a program for
boys and girls under 13 years of
age.
Over $400,000 has been given by
the Assemblies of God children
since the beginning 'of the BGM'C
project in 1949.
A challenge is presented by the
tremendous rise in literacy through-
out the world. The peoples of other
lands are learning to read at an
'amazing rate. The printed mater-
ials of the false cults 'and commun-
ism are flooring the countries at an


ently was caused by someone sm'ok- alarming rate. By preparing and
ing honey bees. An investigation distributing 'gospel literature, the
is being conducted by the Forest- Assemblies of God feels that it can
Service 'to. determine the exact help to mold the ideal's and shape


cause.
Valuable timber belonging to the
St. Joe Paper Co., and J. T. McNeill
was destroyed.
Forester Smith asked for contin-
ued extra care in preventing forest
fires undaer-the present .dry and
windy condition s,

Last 'Rites Held For
Little Julie Ann King

Julie Ann King, eight-month-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
King of :Mexico Beach passed
away Thursday, March 15.
Funeral services were held from
the graveside at Holly Hill Ceme-
tery Sunday at 3:00 p.m. with the
Rev. C. Byron Smith officiating.
Survivors include the parents,
one sister, Marcia and a brother
Daniel Raymond, all of Mexico
Beach; m at ernal grandparents,
Jewel Pickard of Little Rock, Ark
'and Mrs. Woodrow E. Bryant of
Louisville, Ky.; and paternal grand-
parents, Mrs. Margaret Finken-
stadt and George King, Sr., both
of New York state.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.


the thoughts .of the vast numbers
of people who are receptive and
searching for reading matter.


Pentecostal Church

Announces

Church Bond Sale

Rev. H. D. White, pastor of the
Pentecostal Holiness Church of
Port St. Joe announced today that
they had opened the sale of $28,-
000.00 in church 'bonds issued by
United Church Bonds, Inc., of At-
lanta, Ga.
The Pentecostal Holiness Church
of this city launched a $60,000.00
bond sale back in 1961 'and have
sold $32,000.00 of the $60,000.00.
The balance of the bonds that
are now available will pay 6% in-
terest dated back from January 1,
1962. The bonds are in dimensions
of $250.00, $500.00 and $1,000.00.
The Wewahitchka State Bank is
the paying agent for the bonds, and
the interest is payable on the first
day of January and on the 'first day
of July .each year at the rate of 6 %
simple interest.
The bond sale is headed by Har-
old:Presley ,of Port St. Joe. Anyone
interested in .purchasing bonds
should contact Mr. Presley, Rev.
White or Ed Woods for any infor-
mation concerning the church
'bonds,
The purpose of this .bond sale is
'to consolidate the indebtedness of
the new church that is valued at
$95,000.00.
The 'bonds offer a good invest-
ment for anyone who may have
moneys to invest.
Should you desire to. purchase a
bond or bonds and-desire financing
of their purchase price, a finance
plan: is available.


Fire Chief Charles R. Wall told
the City Council Tuesday night
that something had to be done
'about the Department's water tank
truck. Wall reported that the rear-
wheel driving mechanism is not
working and the -truck must 'be op-
*erated 'from the front wheel drive.
The Board, acting on a recommen-
dation by Commissioner I. W. Du-
ren instructed Wall to get with
Civil Defense Director Robert Sid-
well, and see about getting a sur-
plus truck to haul the tank.
H. C. Beck 'of the National Tank
and Bridge Company reported to
the 'Commission Tuesday night that
work on the water tower was com-
plete. He presented the 'Commission
a bill for $5,979.54 for the work.
St. Joe Hardware was low bidder
for chain link fencing to be placed
on one of the Little Boys Baseball
and the new softball fields. The
local 'hardware bid $2,372.54 for the
complete job.

'St. Joe Motor Company was the
low bidder by $7.09 on a Ford trac-
tor, side cutter and rotary mower,
'for use by 'the City street depart-
ment. St. Joe Motor bid $3,580.31.
The only 'other bidder, McCaskill-
Burke Tractor Company of Blounts-
town bid $3,587.40.
E. J. Rich appeared before the


Pastor .Charles H. Harthern Commission Tuesdaysand requested
states that the Christian 'Cadets of the "one way" alley 'signs next-to
Oak Grove Assembly gave $318.00 his new store be removed to fa-
in 1960; $700.00 in.1961 and already cilitate parking in the lot next to
this year have given $148.00 in the his building. Mayor Hannon sug-
missionary barrels. The public is gested that the signs be removed on
invited to see this great mission- a trial basis.
ary film on iSaturday night, which Mayor Hannon suggested 'that a
is sponsored by the Christian Ca- water main be put in Marvin Ave-
det -officers of the -above Assembly. nue from 18th to 20th ,Street be-
b- tore the street is paved. G. L.
Sister of Local Resident Scott, utilities superintendent, was
Passed Away Last Friday asked to secure prices on a four
Funeral services for MissMaryinch main. A six inch main runs
Funeral services for .Miss Mary as f 18th Street.
Elizabeth Wilson of Miami were
held from the 'St. Paul's Episcopal
Church in Quincy, Sunday, March Rich and Sons Open
18 at 3:00 p.m. with Rev. John By
water officiating assisted by Rev. New Market Today
Harry Babbit of Port St. Joe. Miss
Wilson passed away March 16 in E. J. Rich and 'Sons will open
Miami. a new super market in Port St.
Vestrymen -of St. James Episco- Joe this -morning 'at 'the corner of
pal Church served as pallbearers. Third Street and Williams Avenue.
Survivors include four sisters: The new super market is located
Mrs. Leon D. Patton, Atlanta, Ga.; on the site of the old Piggly Wig-
Mrs. Howard A. Maddox, Sebring; gly Super Market which burned
Mrs. Parker T. Vause, Tallahassee last June.
and Mrs. Tom S. Coldewey of Port See the new store's advertise-
St. Joe. ment in this issue of The Star.


Fourth Annual

Appliance Show

Begins Tonight

Don't forget to take in the
fourth annual Appliance Show to-
night and tomorrow night spon-
sored by Port 'St. Joe's electrical
appliance dealers. The show will
be held in the old A & P Build-
ing on the corner of Reid Avenue
and Fourth Street.
Doors to the Show will open at
6:00 p.m. both days. An upright
food freezer will be given away
at 9:30 p.m. Friday night with a
host of other prizes to be given
each night.
Tuesday night of next week,
the show will be held in the
Washington High School Gym
with free prizes and a food freez-
er being given away at this show-
ing.

Alvin McGlon Candidate
For County Commission

Alvin McGlon, -operator of' Mc-
Glon's Service Garage of Wewa-
hitchka this week announced his
candidacy for 'County Commission-
er of Gulf County from District 2.
McGlon has -been a resident of
Gulf County for the past 15 years,
He has served as a City Commis-
sioner in Wewahitchka or eight
years. The candidate is married
and is the father of two children.
McGlon said, "I believe myself
qualified to serve the people of
Gulf County 'as their 'Commissioner
and I will serve them to the best
of 'my ability".


Costin Team Places

In Bowling Meet

The Costin bowling team was in-
formed this week that they placed
ninth in the 1962 Northwest Florid'a
Bowling Conference. The tourna-
ment was held in Panama .City 'dur-
ing the week ends of February 10,
11 and 17-18. The Costin team com-
peted with 83 -other teams in this
year's tournament .making it the
largest so far.
The tournament is sponsored by
the bowling associations of all
towns in Northwest Florida includ-
ing Pensacola, Panama City and
the Eglin area. The associations
take turns being hos for 'the tour-
naments.
The Port St. Joe Men's Bowling
Association has applied for mem-
bership in the conference and if
accepted will 'be host in the future
when 'their turn comes.


IN COUNTY and STATE RACES

A field of 27 candidates had qualified at the deadline
Tuesday noon to seek the nine offices up for election in the
May 8 Democratic. primaries this year. Of the County of-
fices up for grabs, one has an abbreviated term. The County
Commission office from District Three will be for a two-year
term in place of the regular four.


John M. White Seeks
County Commission Post

John M. White, 520 Eighth Street
Port St. Joe qualified this week
to seek office from District Four
County. ,Commission. White has
been a resident of Gulf county for
the past 'eight years and is employ-
ed by the St. Joe Paper Company.
He and his wife Dorothy have six
children, Mickey, 16; Peggy, 13;
Johnny, 10; Perky, 8; Susie, 5 and
Scottie, 3. They are *memebrs of
the First Baptist Church.
White served with. the U. S. Ma-
rines in World War. II and after
'discharge in 1945 'attended Echols
College of Mortuary Science, Phila-
delphia, Pa. He served as a mor-
tician for a while, but an allergy
forced him to leave this work.
White was born and reared in
Alabama but was lured to this part
of Florida -by the fishing 'and hunt-
ing offered in the area. He states
that he is interested in the growth
of the entire county, industrially,
socially, morally and other com-
mon ways of life. "Being a father
of six lovely children, I am natur-
ally interested in all ways of im-
proving our good county govern-
*nuent for the 'betterment of all
cnocerned in years to come."

William Roemer After
School Board Re-electiodn

William" Roemer, .member of the
Board of Public Instruction from
District 1 and completing his first
term in office, qualified last week
for re-election.
In announcing 'for re-election,
Roemer said the next four years


Out of nine offices up for elec-
tion at the May.8 Democratic Pri.
marries, only one was unopposed-
that of .State Democratic Commit-
teewoman. Mrs. R. H. McIntosh,
qualified for that position.
The full slate of candidates to be
voted on in May are as follows:
Representative, Gulf County-
R. H. Ellzey, Troy Jones, William
J. Rish, James B. 'Stafford and Ben
C. Williams. Incumbent Cecil G.
Costing did not choose to run again.
,County Commission, District 2-
incumbent, E. C. Harden, Sr., James
C. McDaniell 'and Alvin H. McGlon.
'County 'Commission, District 3-
Robert L. Daniel, C. L. "Chuck"
Gibson, James C. Horton, Preston
T. McCormick, S.: C. Player and
Edward "Smitty" .Smith. Incumbent
Mrs. Neva Croxton :stated last
week that she would not seek re-
election.
,County Commission, District 4-
Walter Graham, Oscar Roberts and
John M. White. Incumbent James
H. Greer is not seeking re-election
because of his health.
Board of Public Instruction, Dis-
trict 1-Incumbent William Roe-
mer and Clyde Bozeman.
Board of Public Instruction, Dis-
trict 3-Incumbent Otis Pyle, W.
J. "Joe" Ferrell 'and G. L. Kenning-
ton.
Board of Public Instruction, Dis-
trict 5-Incumbent Joseph Ken-
neth Whittfield 'and Thomas R.
Thornton...
State Demcoratic Committeewo- "
man-Mrs. R. H. McIntosh. --
'State Democratic Committeeman
-J. Ted Cannon and George .G.
Tapper.
BOOKS STILL IN TOWN
The county registration books
are still in Port St. Joe at the


will loe vital for G-ulf iijouni~ a-_. .,
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thoughtful decisions to many prob-
lems must be given. He feels that
experience will be a valuable asset.
"I ask for your vote and support
again," he said, "in the hope that
my service in office has justified
your confidence. At the same time,
I say my thanks to you for 'all the
cooperation you've given me, as
well as the entire Board. In asking
for re-election, I also 'ask that you
continue this fine cooperation."

Gunn Wins Tyndall Contract
A low bid mounting to $21,687
has .been awarded the E. F. Gunn
Construction Company of Port St.
Joe for the construction of 'a base
ordnance equipment shop at Tyn-
dall.
The contract was the lowest bid
'of five submitted the Tyndall con-
tracting officer for the job.


at the corner of Third Street and
Williams Avenue. All those eligible
to vote and not registered may
-do so at the Pridgeon Agency. The
books will be returned to Wewa-
hitchka early next month.

C. L. Gibson Candidate

,C. L. "Chuck" Gibson of Beacon
Hill this week 'announced his can-
didacy for the County Commission,
District Three.
Gibson is well-known in Gulf
County, having lived here for a
number of years. He is employed
by the St. Joe Paper Company in
the storeroom.
Gibson stated that he is seeking
the position from District Three
because he feels that can mater-
ially improve the government of
Gulf County and offers himself as
a candidate to this end.


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Band To Launch Fund Raising Campaign For Contest Trip
The Port St. Joe High School cost, chaperone housing, souvenir 'box) The band's share will be a
'band will launch a fund-raising program cost, and Port St. Joe's, profit of 40c per box.
campaign beginning this week and pro-rated share of any deficit for The 'band urges all citizens and
.extending through next week. The general contest expense. This last band supporters to help asmuc
purpose is to raise money for basic item generally averages about $1.20
district band contest expenses. The per student. as possible in this campaign.
contest will be held in Perry on The band needs to raise at least Band members will call by phone,
April 6-7. $200.00 and expects to do this by or knock on your door during the
Basic expense for this event con- selling 12% ounce boxes of high next few days. You are urged to
sists of such items as bus driver grade Mason candies, at $1.00 per help.


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Gfy Purchases Fence From St. Joe

Hardware; Tractor From St. Joe Motor


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1 noon to 2 p.m. Rob, Hubert Richards; ; 2 to
Methodists Plan to 2 p.m. u Robbie Cost i a 2 o 3 Mission Study At
p.m. Floyd Roberts; 3 to 4 p.m.
Day-Long Prayer Lindsey Temple; 4 to 5 p.m. Leo First Methodists
Shealy; 5 to 6 p.m. B. Roy. Gibson,
An. all-day prayer vigil will 'be These men have asked specific! "The Church miss Public Affairs",
held at The First Methodist Church persons to join 'them for certain is the title ofa mission study
on Saturday, March 24, bgeinning portions of the hour for which they iing held at The First Methodist
at 6:00 a.m. -and ending at 6:00 are responsible. Church each Sunday evening at
p.m. The Commission on Member-' The Sanctuary will be open all 6:30 p.m. An interesting session
ship and Evangelism, under the lday for persons to come in and launched the study last week with
leadership of Hubert E. Richards, pray and it is anticipated that a filmstrip entitled, "The Church
has designated this program as a many will come by, at their conven- In Action", and a lecture given 'by
part of its preparation for the Re- ience, sometime during the day. Hubert E. Richards.
vival Services to -begin March 25. The church invites all who will to This Sunday evening, March 25,
Dr. Wesley Grace is the chairman participate in earnest prayer for
of the prayer and spiritual life com- the spiritual refreshing and. awak- the study will be given by Briggs
mittee in charge of this day of ening needed in Port St. Joe. Sclason and Leroy Bowodin. All
prayer. He has announced the fol- __church members should avail them-
lowing schedule of persons who selves of the opportunity to discuss
will be responsible for carrying out VISITS MOTHER and share the mission of the
the chain of prayer at the hours .Mrs. Gladys McCoy 'and Dr. Al- Church in Public Affairs. The ses-
designated: frad Katlin of Jacksonville and sions will continue for the next
Mirs. C. P. Bruce of Kingsland, three Sundays 'at 6:30 p.m. in the
6 to 7 a.m., Marion Parker; 7 to Ga., visited over the week end with Sanctuary 'of the Church.
8 a.m. Leonard Belin; 8 to 9 a.m., Mrs. J. F. Daniell, mother of Mrs. <
Don Rutland; 9 to 10 a.m., Joe Mc- McCoy and Mrs. Bruce.
Leod; 10 to 11 a.m., Jake Belin, Jr.; l Methodist Youths To


11 to 12 a.m., Charles Peeler; 12


MOVED


TO NEW LOCATION


Murdock's Radio & TV

411 Reid Avenue

Day Phone -. 227-7256

Night Phone 229-1676
(ALL WORK GUARANTEED)


REAL 'ESTATE



FOSR AL


Beach Lots

2 and 3 Bedroom Cottages Duplexes

(Grice Property at St Joe Beach)
May Be Purchased Entirely or As Units
















Modern beach front cottages similar to one pictured

CONTACT


C. M. Parker

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


Hear Visiting Minister
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
of The First Methodist Church will
have Rev. Charles H. Hildreth of
Pensacola, as their guest this
Sunday evening, March 25, at 6:45
p.m. All young people are urged to
come -for the regular activities at
the church, beginning at 5:45 p.m.
and then remain, to hear Rev. Hil-
dreth speak at 6:45 p.m.


BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Franklin
Overman, Route 1, Wewahitchka,
announce the birth ,of a son, Thom-'
as Dewayne on March 7.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Wimberly, Rt.
1, Wewahitchka, announce the
birth of a son on March 11.
(Both births occurred at the
Port St. Municipal Hospital.)
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Mrs. J. C. Belin Hostess
To Gladiolus Circle Meeting
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club -met Thursday
March 8 in the home of Mrs. J. C.
Belin. The program, "The How and
Why of Daylily 'Culture" was pre-
sented by Mrs. W. R. Ramsey.
Mrs. Terry Hinote illustrated the
use of a parabolic curve in a beau-
"Itiful arrangement.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved to the 11 members and four
visitors present.
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Pep Club Sponsoring
Dance At Stac House
The Pep Club, is sponsoring a
dance, Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
at the Stac House honoring the
varsity 'basketball 'team. There
will be no admission charge and
refreshments will be served. Let's
all come show our appreciation to
this fine basketball team and twist
to 'the -music of 'the Exotics.

GIRL SCOUT THANK YOU
All of the Girl Scouts, Leaders
and Committee Members of Port
St. Joe wish to thank the people of
the Port St. Joe area, who 'bought
Girl Scout Anniversary cookies.
Our cookie sale was a tremendous
success. All of our girls are appre-
qcative of the cc.operaticon ,anfd
support given them by the com-
munity.
VISIT PARENTS
Tony Barbee and Howard Lovett,
students at the University of Flor-
ida, Gainesville, visited their par-
ents last week end.


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IN OUR STORE.
FRIDAY, MARCH 23

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MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
Wesley R. Ramsey,
Editor, The Star.
Dear Mr. Ramsey:
On .behalf of the Port St. Joe
High School Student Council, I
would like to take this opportunity
to .publicly -thank The Star, the St.
Joe Motor Co., and Pylant's for
the aid given in our campaign for
vice-president of the Florida Assoc-
iation of ,Student Councils.
Without this help and 'the efforts
of the Student Body, I feel that our
bid for state office 'would not have
been successful. We feel that this
has been a joint effort on the part
of the school and the community.
Sincerely yours,
RICHARD THOMPSON,
Student Council President
Port St. Joe High School
Eta Upsilon
Eta Upsilon


Elects Officers

A meeting of the Eta


Upsilon


.Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was
held Tuesday night in Mrs. Brax-
ton Ward's home. Roll call was an-
swered with members birthplace.


Sr. Citizens Have

Pot Luck Supper

A group of the .Senior Citizens of
Port .St. Joe met Monday night in
the Florida Power Lounge and en-
joyed a delicious pot luck supper.
There were 14 'present, all of
whom expressed a -desire to be a
part of a senior social group. So,
the group proceeded to organize
this club, which is to be called
"The Golden Agers' Club".
Due to the lack of men in the
group at present the election of a
president, first and second vice-
president was postponed until .a
later date. It is hoped that more
couples and also more singles will
'become interested in this endeavor.
-Calla Perritt agreed to act as
presiding chairman until a presi-
dent is elected. Mrs. Alma Van
Landingham was elected secretary
and Jim Brooks, treasurer.
It was 'decided that the amount
of dues be voluntary each giving
'as he felt he could. Further rules
and regulations are to be drawn
up at a future date.
The club is to me the first and
third Monday nights of each month.
The place of meeting will be an-
nounced before April 2 which is
'the next regular meeting time.
The charter members of this


The business .portion of 'he club ,are: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Filliln-
meeting was led by Mrs. Edwin Pe- jim, Mr. and Mrs. im Brooks, Mr.
ters, 'president of this sorority. and Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., Mr. and
A coffee-card party will be held Mrs. B. A. Pridgeon, Sr., Mrs. Ivy
Tuesday, March 27 in the home of Williams, Mrs. Elziabeth Montgom-
Mrs. Courntey Martin at St. Joe ery, Mrs. Ellen Kirkland, Mrs. Iva
Beach at 9:30 a.m. Williams, Miss Edna Davis, Mrs.
Election of officers was held and B. F. Daughtry, SO., Mrs. Neva
will take office 'the latter part of Croxton, Mrs. Alma Van Landing-
May. New officers are: President, ham and Mrs. Calla Perritt.
Mrs. Courtney Martin; Vice-Presi- The purpose of this club is to
dent, Mrs. Bill Brown; Recording promote good fellowship between
Secretary, Mrs. Roy Maddox; Cor- citizens *of our city who are 50
responding Secretary. Mrs. Gordon years of age or older. There will
Farris; Extension Officer, Mrs. always be planned clean, whole-
Earl McCormick; Treasurer, Mrs. some entertainment. So come on,
Edwin McGill; Civil Defense Cap- all you folks who 'are eligible to
tain, Mrs. John. Scott. be members of this club and join


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Moss, Jr., an-
nounce the birth of a son, whom
they have named Charles David.
The baby was born on Friday, Feb-
ruary 23, at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital in Tallahassee.

Fund Drive for Scholarship
Goal of Eta Upsilon
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi have 'been working dili-
gently this year,-raising funds to
-be applied towards a scholarship
for one of our Port St. Joe High
School seniors. The sorority has
almost reached their goal, but still
lack a small amount. In an attempt
to reach their goal by June, these
women are sponsoring bake sales.
Anyone who would like to help
out and get yourselves a delicious
home baked cake or pie can do so
by phoning Mrs. John Slajer or
any Beta Sigma Phi member.

Appeal Made for Women
To See Cancer Film
Members of the Eta Upsilon
,Chapter of Beta 'Sigma Phi are
making an appeal to all Port St.
Joe -women to go to the Port Thea-
tre this evening and see the -films
.showing. The films will be pertain-
ing to detection and care of uter-
ine cancer, a disease that killed
14,000 women last year.
This will take about an hour of
your time, 'but it could be a means
of saving your life. A doctor will
be on hand to answer -any question
on this type question.
These films will begin at 2:00
p.m. and there is no. admission
charge.


in some clean, wholesome fun. Let's
enjoy ourselves, for it's later than
you think.
----k

Bowling News

Costin's "Sweepers" ran their
league lead up last week by meet-
ing Florida National Bank and tak-
ing 'all four points. Tommy Prid-
geon was 'hig hfor Costins with 517.
Waring Murdock slipped his second
game to pull his series down to 495,
also for Costin's. Jimmy Costin had
a fine game of 197 to give him 490.
Yank Zimmherman arrived late and
ended 'up high with 342 for 'the
Bank. .Ted -Cannon should have
stayed at home because the instruc-
tions Ashley Costin gave him only
were good enough for a 270 series.
Ted rolled 110 before Ashley took
over and then rolled 72 and 88.
Michigan Chemical took four
easy ones from Floyd's by forfeit
but the 'way Medlin rolled his game
Michigan would have been tough to
beat. Ray put games of 203, 224
and 194 for 621 to take over high
series in our league. Ray's is the
only "600" rolled in the Commercial
League.
Vitro jumped on the Ford men
from St. Joe Motor and took four
points. 'It was Ted Grabowski show-
ing Vitro how to bowl again with
a fine 234, 196 'and 146 for 'a 576
series. Bob Shaw rolled 522 to come
in second high. Randy McOlain had
505 with Ron Pendergraft's 497.
B. I. Mobley slipped with only 399
'to 'be low man for Vitro. "Whitey"
Whitehurst rolled a fine 470 series
for the Ford team. Bo Bray rolled
a real low game for Bo, hitting 85,
to end up wi'h 359.
MERCHANTS----.. ...------ -- --
Pate's Shell team took advantage
of 'weak first games by the Pihllip's
"66" crew 'to cash in on three
points. Bill Tew led the way with
a fine 480 series. Luie Holland mes-
sed up his last game to roll 383 be-
hind Curtis Lanes 406. M-elton led
"66" with one of his low series of
477. Lee Taylor ran aground with
a 401 series. '
Alleys three 'and four saw -the big
Woolford team take it on the chin
by the Custom Shop. The Custom
Shop rolled 777, 708 and 784 for
2269 to take all four points from
the league leaders. Galvan led -Cus-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1962 The two most important ways to
fight against cancer is ito learn
the seven danger signal's of can-
Sc cer, and go to your doctor if one
Cancer Facts.... of them lasts longer than two
weeks.


(This is the first of three ar-
ticles deemed prize-winning es-
says on cancer by students of
Washington High School. The ar-
it ... ill be ub,,lishedr for three


fere swith the passage of food,
causing vomiting. Cancer may ad-
vance -to the walls of major blood
vessels and leads at times to a fa-
tal hemmorhage.


ticl@les wl e p. ... i --- --- -
successive weeks as a public ser- It may even spread to the brain,
vice of The Star.) heart, liver or .lungs and interfere
with the vital activities of these
FACTS EVERYONE SHOULD organs. The idea persists among
.KNOW ABOUT CANCER many that the disease is contag-
by Jacquelyn Leslie ious. It is not known that anyone
With cancer claiming more lives has ever caught the disease from
each year, public attention is fo- anyone by contact.


causing on the disease as never be-
fore. One of the most important
questions is what is cancer? Can-
cer is a -group of diseases charac-
terized 'by disorderly growth of ab-
normal cells. In health, cells are
produced only as needed for spe-
cific ,purposes for repair, and re-
placement of old tissues. A cancer
cell usually does no work of value.
It grows and -divides endlessly.
At the *moment we do not know
what causes most cancers. One
theory is that normal cells sudden-
ly change characteristics. -Stray ra-
. diation, always present in the at-
mosphere, may cause this -change.
Another theory is that cancer is
caused *by an unidentified virus or
viruses.
As a cancer spreads, it certainly
causes a decrease in the appetite.
Food intake .becomes deficient to
-meet the growing demand of 'both
normal and abnormal cells.
Further the decrease in appetite
results from some cancers of the
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Highland View Scout
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Court Of Honor
Troop 33.0, Boy Scouts of Ameri-
ca, of Highland View, held its first
Court of Honor at the Highland
View Echool Auditorium la st
Thursday night.
The court was opened with *he
Scout opening and then a talk was


Farmers can protect themselves given 'by Scoutmaster, Harley Rob-
(rom excessive exposuree to the erts. The badges were given out by
sun. Workers in some chemical in- Scoutmaster John Simpson of
dustries should observe safety pre- Troop 47 of Port St. Joe, followed
cautions. The greatest .possibility by a talk on Scouting and what it
of preventing cancer is to avoid ex- means to a boy by Mr. Simpson,
posure to the cancer producing ef- Following was a talk by some of
fects of tobacco smoke, especially Troop 47 Scouts on their jamboree
cigarette smoke. trips and their camping trips.
- Onacer often announces itself The meeting was closed by the
with readily recognized danger sig- Scout benediction.
nals. These include: unusual bleed- Those receiving badges were:
ing or discharge, a lump or thick- SECOND CLASS
ening in the breast or elsewhere, Joseph E. Barfield, Randall Rich-
a sore that does not heal, persis- yards, Ted Whitfield, Jr., Ralph H.
tent change in bowel or bladder Knight, Georg eKelly, Jean H. Wat-
habits, persistent change in wart son, James R. Clark, Edward G.
or mold, persistent indigestion or Clark and David Wood.
difficulty in swallowing; persistent TENDERFOOT
hoarseness or cough. The appear- Bobby Wayne Pope, Larry
ance may not mean cancer, .but if Branch, Troy Gray and Tony Wil-
one is discovered the safest way liams.
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SLocal Bankers to TYNDALL HELICOPTER MAKES RESCUE


Big Success Attend Convention OF BOATERS STRANDED ON CAPE
TYNDALL AFB-A Tyndall Air Alarm was given for the 'missing
Tiny tots were the stars of the UJaclsonville-A registration of Force Base helicopter was a wel- men by Mrs. Duncan who told the
Garden -Club Fashion Show which more than 1,000 bankers from all come isght to a Port St. Joe man authorities that her husband had
has .been declared a huge success sections of Florida is expected and four youths early Thursday been gone all ,day and had failed
'by all who attended. The untiring when the 68th Annual Convention morning when the aircraft made a to return at the usual time. The
efforts of the following committees of the Florida Bankers Association rescue ,pickup after the group had Tyndall rescue section was con-
was instrumental in making tIe opens here next Thursday, March .been stranded in the Cape San tacted Wednesday night by the
annual affair the success it was: 22. The'big annual meeting will con- Blas area over night. Bay County Sheriff's Department
Door Prizes, Mrs. Milton Ander- tinue through Friday and Saturday Picked up in the rescue were but were unable to get airborne
son, Mrs. Harold Odom and Mrs. with a full schedule of meetingsHenry Duncan, Buzz Butler, Owe due to the bad weather which
Dudley V ug n of, committee diisio s and two Henry Duncan, Buzz Butler, Owen due o w t her wh c
Dudley Vaughan. of committee, divisions and two Step, Randy Partin and George would have made aerial search im-
Refreshments: Mrs. T h o m as general .business .,sessions. George Easton. All were taken to the Tyn- possible during the night.
Moon.dalH. Brannen, hospital for obofervation and Ground parties, searching thru-
Tickets: Mrs. George Suber. verness, Inverness, is President of later released. They had suffered out the night, composed of Gulf
Artistic Arrangements: Mrs. Carltiveice no ill effects other than being cold unty Sleriff' ilDepament 'and
1 Freeman, Executive Vice President a efctotrtn.ig uld
Armstrong and Mrs. H. W. Giffin. First National Beach Bank, Jack- and hungry. Gu located Civile boa and found foots,
Publicity: Mrs. J. C. Arbogast. sonville Beach, is General Chair- The boaters had been caught in a
Posters: Mrs. Paul Blount. on of th, e bad weather and darkness after prints but failed to locate the mis-
General Chairman: Mrs. Robert The an of thenal affair will open h going on the boat trip early Wed- sing people. The Tyndall helicop-
Kerrigan 'and Mrs. Fennon Talley. The annual affainner will opnd entertain- esday morning from the Governor ter chew was called into service at
President, Port St. Joe Garden a reception dinner and entertain- Motel at Mexico Beach. They had 6:30 a.m. Thursday and approxi-
Club: Mrs. Terry Hinote. ment on Thursday night followed beached the boat in the Cape San lately 30 minutes later had locat-
The generous cooperation of all on Friday morning by the first bus- Blas area with motor trouble and ed the missing group of men. Pick-
meiapts, restaurants and .r- session. had started walking but 'became up was made immediately.
series in Port St. Joe and Highland Expected to attend from the Flor- lost. They ended up on a small Flying the rescue helicopter was
View, along with all who attended ida National Bank, Port St. Joe are point of land that had become Captain Anthony Referda and Capt.
or ,bought tickets are to be thanked Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Dodson and surrounded by water as a result of Page Brake, pilots from the Drone
for this success. Mr. and Mrs. Strafford L. Barke. the incoming tide. Squadron: Engineer S-Sgt. Donald
SJoe and Medic S-Sgt. Jack Stanley.
A second pick-up was made ne-
CARD OF THANKS cessary a short time later of one
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The Port St. Joe Garden Club of the gulf CD groups which had
wishes to extend thanks to every- 'become stranded when the CD .com-
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor one who helped in any way to make munications tractor became stuck
the recent fashion show a success. on the beach.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m I We also want to thank The Grill The 18-foot cabin cruiser in
in Apalachicola and The Seven Seas which the men were in, was recov-
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Kay Creech Among Group
Visiting FSU Science Lab
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school seniors from West Florida
completed last Friday a two-day
visit to science laboratories at
Florida State University under
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sion of the American Cancer So-
ciety.
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students with the highest potential
in their classes and with a special


interest in science. In addition to
visiting FSU their schedule Fri-
day included a visit to the gover-
nor's office and mansion.
The students are under the di-
rection of Mrs. Marjorie C. Bates,
field representative of the Florida
Division. The tour was arranged by
Dr. Sara Louise Smith, head of the
Health Education Department.
Included in the visit was Miss
Kay Creech of Port St. Joe, 'a sen-
ior at Port iSt. Joe High School and
the daughter of Mr. land Mrs. Gus
Creech, 1400 Monument Ave.


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rHE STAR. Port bt- Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1962 Lodge, Mrs. Jessie Owens, Noble
Grand, presented a lovely corsage
of yellow flowers with the green-
Melody Theta Rho Girls Have Banquet ery being a monetary gift to the
honoree. There was silver also

Honoring State President's Homecoming wrapped in yellow net.
gi tThe meeting was hel d-directly
following the banquet. The hall was
On March 17, Melody Theta Rho rangement of yellow roses inter- quickly rearranged for the meeting
.girls club number 10 had the home- spersed with bluebirds on the hon- with arrangements of yellow roses
coming visit of the state president, I or table. Down the othe rtables being placed at the stations and
Pat McCormick, a local girl and were placed white styrofoam balls at other vantage points. A .white
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene covered with net, yellow -roses and cross with .blue bulbs was placed in
McCormick, 1014 Woodward Ave. blue ribbon, these being the col- ( ront of the Worthy President's
Beginning at 6:30 p.m. a 'banquet ors of the president. station with a white Bible with
was held at the American Lgeion Sandra Baxley, Jr., past presi- gold letters at the base.
Hall compliments of local Theta dent of the local club was mistress The heme for the evening was a
Rhos and Rebekahs, with the Re- of ceremonies with the invocation 'Garden of Melody" with a hrage
bekahs serving. Invitations had being rendered by Janet Stafford. music bar and clef over the front
been extended to .all the clubs in The welcome to all was given by of the hall. Immediately over this
the state which resulted in .the at- Fran Gunn, vice-president of Melo- across the entire front of the hall
tendance of 95. The hall was beau- dy. Response to the welcome was were letters of silver that read,
tifully decorated. The tables were given by Lynn Haven. "Welcome To Our Garden of Mel-
covered with .blue with a lovely ar- In behalf of Melody Rebekah ody". In the rear of the hall a sim-
ulated picket fence over which was
intertwined yellow .orses and silver
letters reading, "Welcome Pat".
To the side a large square back-
B iGm C A R ground of blue, edged in yellow
ROOM AND RIDE '62 MERCURY roses with darker letters of blue
YEE R EYTM N-was .the word "welcome" in a stag-
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state Assembly Bible -and banner
which is made of peach satin with
-a bluebird and dneoted in blue let-
tering, "President's Banner". The
bluebird stands for happiness and
the club motto is "Happiness
Through Service".
After Pat's official introduction
while -stil behind 'the 'alter her
hymn, "Beautiful Garden of Pray-
er" -was sung by Judy Williams,
Charlotte Williams and Janet
Goodman.
The courtesy of the local -club
was -given by the local president,
Mary 'Carolyn Lyons -asking the
conductor Katrina Farris to escort


the state president to the anteroom
while out of the room an honor
guard composed of Polly Smith,
Judy Sims, Marieta Lee, Judy Car-
ter, Mary Ellen, Evans and Bar-
bara Weeks 'formed a line for her
to -be escorted through on return.
Dianne Goodman placed the altar
stool for .her to kneel, ,she was then
given a tribute by Fran Gunn and
crowned 'by Annette Lewis as the
cupb and state queen for this year.
At this time a trio consisting of
Judy Williams, Lanet Goodman and
Vicki McGill sang, "How Great
Thou Art". The gift from the local
club was presented -by Marjorie
Wool-ford. It was a replica of a
sputnik on -a stand decorated with
white net, yellow roses, 'blue forget-
me-nots and blue ribbon curl, with
the greenery .being new one dollar
bills.
Lynn Haven presented a cute St.
Patrick's Day courtesy, which in-
cluded lots of .greetings .and wish-
es, also a green hat holding sham-
rocks with the names of all the
girls from the Lynn Haven club.
A very unique courtesy was pre-
sented ,by the Ft. Pierce club with
the members forming a heart on
the floor. One girl escorted Pat
into the heart ring where she was
presented good wishes and an arm
-bouquet -of yellow roses, also a
gift.
Jacksonville presented a mone-
tary gift and extended an invita-
tion to all' to meet -with them in
June for assembly.
There were several others who
presented gifts to the honoree, af-
ter which -she gave a heartwarming
and informal speec.
Among those attending from out
of town were the Grand Master of
the Grand Lodge of Florida De-
Witt iCrosby, also his wife, Olive
,Crosby who is a past president of
the Rebekah Assembly of Florida
from St. Petersburg. The chairman
of the Joint Youth -Committee of
Florida, George .Cole and wife El-
sie .Cole, Ft. Pierce, Randal and


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Julia Mary Holms, Jacksonville,
Aliene Hightower and C. W. Long
of Port iSt. Joe, .all committee
-members.
After the meeting the doors were
opened to the front of the building
where the punch table was laid
with 'green tablecloth overlaid
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service surrounded by azaleas, -also I
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SILAS R STONE,
a Plaintiff,
HENRY R. WALKER and wife,
MARY MAGAZINE WALKER,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: HENRY R. WALKER and wife, MARY
MAGALINE WALKER, whose residence is
unknown:
You are hereby required to file your
written defenses, if any, in the above pro-
ceedings in this Court and serve a copy of
the same upon the attorney for the Plain-
tiff on or before the 2nd day of April, 1962,
the nature of which proceedings being a suit
to foreclose a mortgage from Henry R.
Walker and wife, Mary Magaline, to E. F.
Gunn, said mortgage being dated September
27, 1960, and recorded in Official Records
Book 4, page 634, Public Records of Gulf
County, Florida, which said mortgage was
subsequently assigned to Silas R. Stone, and
encumbering the following property, situate,
lying and being in Gulf County, Florida, to-
wit:
Beginning at a point 6 inches South of
the SW corner of Lot 1, of Block 16, City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, and running
Southerly and along the West boundary
line of Lot 8 of said Block 16 a- distance
of 21 feet and 6 inches, thence Easterly
for 90 feet to an alley, thence Northerly
21 feet and 6 inches, thence Westerly for
90 feet to point of beginning, the same
being a part of Lot 8, Block 16, Port St.
Joe, Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka,
Florida, this 19th day of February, 1962.
/S/ GEORGE Y. CORE
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
SILAS R. STONE
821 Reid Avenue
Port St Joe, Florida 4t-8-1
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
FOURTHBKTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FL'ORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC.
a corporation,
Plaintiff.
HENRY R. WALKER,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: HENRY R. WALKER, whose residence
is unknown:
You are hereby required to file your writ-
ten defenses, if any, in the above proceedings
in this Court and serve a copy of the same
upon the attorney for the Plaintiff on or
before the 2nl day of April, 1962, the na-
ture of which proceedings being a suit to
foreclose a mortgage from Henry R. Walker
to St. Joe Loan Company, Inc., said mort-
gage being dated May 9, 1959, and record-
ed in Official Records Book 5, at page 166,
of the Public Records of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, and encumbering the following property,
tor-wit:
One Five Ton Air Conditioner located in
Bar Room operated by H. R. Walker in
Port St. Joe, which was purchased from
John R. Smith.
DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka,
Florida, this 19th day of February, 1962.
/S/ GEORGE Y. CORE
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
SILAS R. STONE
821 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-3-1
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
C COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC.
a corporation,
Plaintiff,
HENRY R. WALKER and wife,
MARY M. WALKER,
Defendants.


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, Gulf County.
Florida, this 2nd day of March, A.D. 1962.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court, Gulf County
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
First Publication on March 8, 1962 4t


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
BESSIE MAE FLAKE,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
CLIFFORD FLAKE,
Defendant
NOTICE ,TO: CLIFFORD FLAKE, whose
place of residence is unknown.
On or before the 9th day of April, A.D.,
1962 the defendant is required to serve upon
Honorable Silas R. Stone, Plaintiff's At-
torney, whose address is 321 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 herein.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf County,
Florida, this 7th day of March, A.D. 1962.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
By: Rosselle Gaskin, D. C.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-3-8


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THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1962
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: HENRY R WALKER and wife, MARY
M. WALKER, whose residence is unknown:
You are hereby required to file your writ-
ten defense, if any, in the above proceedings
In this Court and serve a copy of the same
upon the attorney for the Plaintiff on or be-
fore the 2nd day of April. 1962, the nature
of which proceedings being a suit to fore-
close a mortgage from Henry R. Walker and
wife, Mary M. Walker to St. Joe Loan Com-
pany, Inc., said mortgage being dated March
25, 1961, and recorded in Official Records
Book 10, page 273, of the Public Records
of Gulf County, Florida, and encumbering
the following property, situate, lying and
being in Gulf County, Florida, to-wit:
Lots Eight (8) and Ten (10), in Block
Five (5) of Oak Grove Subdivision, ac-
cording to the official plat on file in the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida, in Plat Book 1,
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 R. STONE
821 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-84-
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF


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and APPLIANCE CO.
KELVINATOR SYLVANIA HOOVER



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Furniture and Appliance Co.
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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: 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-
Splace, gas heat. Near grammar
school. $75.00 mo. Call Mrs. James
Perritt. Plite 227 8581 tfc-1-11
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
rocm house; newly decorated, on
corner lot, with carport and stor-
age space; nice yard and near
school. Call 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: House trailer, com-
pletely furnished. Located at
White City. Phone 229-1145 or in-
quire at Rich's Super Mkt. tfc-2-25


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
1 extra large living room, 1 ige.
bedroom, pvt. bathroom. All new
'kitchen. Soft water. Big yard. Ph.
229-1141. Mrs. Neva Croxton. tfc3
At White City.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apt. and 1
bedroom apt. At Simmons Bayou.


B. L. Presnell, Phone 227-8305. tfc-3
FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak
Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom house on
First Street. $45.00 mo. See Bill
Carr at St. Joe Hardware. tfc3-8
FOR RENT: One bedroom house,
furnished. One two bedroom du-
plex unfurnished. 2-bedroom beach
cottage. Smith's Pharmacy. Phone
227-5111.
FOR RENT: Small apartment for
single person. Call Mrs. R. E.
Bellows, Sr. Phone 227-3111. tfc-3-22
FOR SALE: Furnished cottage,
Beacon Hill. No down payment,
no closing costs, $50.00 per month
including interest. Immediate pos-
session. $5,000.00 Call Silas R.
Stone. 227-7161. tfc-2-15

FOR SALE: One duplex apartment
at 1210-1212 Palm Blvd. $12,500.00,
no down payment, no closing costs,
$75.00 per month, interest included.
Call Silas R. Stone, phone 227-
7161. tfc-2-15


FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame house
at White City. Large lot. See Da-
vid Rich or call 229-1145.
FOR SALE
Two bedroom house in good con-
dition on McClellan Ave. Can sell


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for total cost of only $6,937.91. Pay
$1200. down and assume FHA mort-
gage for balance.
Large two bedroom masonry
house with oak floors and floor fur-
nace in very good condition. Buy
owner's equity for $1,500 and as-
sume existing mortgage.
Three bedroom house w i t h
breezeway, garage and oak floors.
On 90x165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave.
To sell for only $350 down plus
closing cost. Balance on FHA loan.
Two bedroom frame dwelling in
good condition on 15th Street. Only
$7,500.
Have an old house on Seventh
St. located on two very nice lots.
Can sell for only $5,000. The lots
alone are worth half the price.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
CHAIN LINK FENCE
For free estimates call C. W.
Long, phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
2 bedroom brick home, 1031 Long
Ave. Also two story, two bedroom
stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.

MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe-
ther planning to move across
town or across the nation, you may
be sure that your 'most priceless
belongings are in experienced and
capable hands. We represent May-
flower, nationwide movers. Call us
[or f r e e estimates. SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument
Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18I


MAID WANTED: To do house-
work and care for one child, 3
and school girl, 7. Full time. Good
pay. Must be clean, neat, honest
and dependable. Call 227-3561 after
3:00 p.m. ltp
POSITION: Women and men.
Field Enterprises Educ. Corp.
has excellent position for two vo-
men and two -men of fine charac-
ter, good personality, to show the
modern World Book Encyclopedia
and the Childcraft to parents in lo-
cal area. Full time or spare time
for those that qualify. Excellent
pay. Write Bob Mitchell, 2020 Galt
Road, Pensacola, Fla., for info.

INCOME TAX SERVICE: Call 648-
4436 after 5:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs.
Chuck Gibson. 13tp-1-4
LOW, LOW RATE on well furnish-
ed home. St. Joe Beach. Sell or
rtlt. 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 of ST. JOE of-
fers these RED HOT SPECIALS!
Medicine cabinets, heavy gauge me-
tal and glass shelves. All have ex-
cellent *mirror fronts, $3.50 ea. 4-
drawer steel non-sag legal file cab-
inets, $29.50 ea. 1 only Oak Office
Desk (single) $29.95. 1 only Oak


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. Gall
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
qvick expert service. tfe


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Office Desk (double) $34.95. As-
sortment step tables, new and used
$3.00 up. Assortment coffee tables,
new an used $3.00 up. Dinette ta-
bles and suites, $19.50 up. Dressers
with and without mirrors $14.95 up.
Chest of drawers, all sizes $12.50
up. Chairs for all occasions $1.25
up. Bedsteads, single and double,
$11.95 up. Coil springs, single or
double, $9.95 up. Good used bedding
single and double, $9.95 up. We also
have new bedding at sale prices.
These are just a few of the many,
many pieces of good merchandise
now on sale at SURPLUS SALES
of ,ST. JOE, 112 Monument Ave.
Phone 227-4051. Easy terms. We
deliver. Itc

JUST RECEIVED: Office desks,
steel filing cabinets, plenty of
good bedding (both new 'and used)
attractive assortment of tables for
living, dining, bedroom and den;
suites, lamps, chests, wardrobes,
children's furniture, strollers and
toys, typewriters, ranges, rugs,
many good sewing machines.-Hun-
dreds of other Ferns. We deliver.
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
Monument Ave., Phone 227-4051.


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BOWLING NEWS

tom with 492 while Ralph Ward
tallied 480. Newcomer Wayne
Lighthill rolled 452 also for the car
menders. Don Huffman got back
in line with a fine 547 to take high
honors for .the Woolford team fol-
lowed by Boyer's 504.
Ray Medlin and' Pat Kelly pick-
ed, up 1070 pins between them for
Stone's Bar and that was enough
to drop Pylant's four points. Roy
Collins aided his team with a 407.
Randy McClain was high for Py-
lant's with 458, followed by Bob
Shaw's 442.
The big match came on alleys
seven and eight as four league rec-
ords melted under the heated con-
test. Pridgeon's took on Pat's Won-
der Bar and came out on top with
three points. Waring Murdock of
the Pridgeon team accounted for

.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Statiofi, Aubrey R. TomlUn-
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. Al1 members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.

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TAX SERVICE


Reasonable Rates

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


two new league scores by rolling
high game of 278 and high series of
638. Waring had 11 strikes in his
last game -with his only miss com-
ing in the sixth far.me when 'he
picked 'up eight pins and' spared.
His other games were 197 and 163
to add up 'to 638 for league and
city high so far. Tom Pridgeon
rolled ,a 233 game to total a ser-
ies of 490 for his team. Jimmy Cos-
tin rolled a fine 48.0 series. As for
the Wonder Bar .team, all I can say
is 'that they tried. Ted Grabowski
rolled a 245 game to take third high
game in league and a fine 560 ser-
ies. Ron Pendergraft rolled 545 and
Jake Koller rolled 538.
The Wonder Bar team also rolled
high. team game for this league of
915. It was close all the way with
final series of 2555 for Pridgeon's
and 2530 for Pat's.

SHRAK BOWLI.N ...---- -..-- -
By GEORBE BOYER
March 17, on alleys five 'and six,
WJOE dropped a forfeit to Floridg
National Bank. With WJOE losing
these games, put them in a dead-
lock with Floriad Bank for third
and four place honors. It seemed
like David Roche was the only
player for the WJOE team to go
against Wally Dodson and his
'banker's team.
On alleys three and four, Carp's
and Frank and Dot's split ,even
with two victories each. This left
them still tied for fifth and sixth
places for the second straight
week.
On alleys one and two the first
place Boyles was playing second
place Nedley's. Boyles took all four
of the games, which left the two
teams in the 'same place according
to the standings.
Frankie Scott, who bowls for the
first place team Boyles, bowled a
big 116 his second game. This
could be a little under par for his
160 average.
Chesley Fensom picked up a
pretty split on one of alleys three
and four. He got a 2-9 split for the
only split of the ady.
STANDINGS W 1L Pct.
Boyles 29 11 .625
Nedley's 21 19 .526
WJOE 19 21 .475
Florida Bank 19 21, .475
Carp's 16 24 .400
Frank -and Dot's 16 24 .400


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Associate Edlto:s YOU-ALL

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BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE -
PHONE BALL 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner

"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a '
little fun"
BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
SDON HADDAN Men and Boys Wear
ESTHER TAYLOR Men's and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS GILL ..--............ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
IRIS OLIVIA DAVIS Lingerie and Hosiery
Ruth Keels Dennis Arnold Margueribte Stokes -_.---. Shoes
LARRY ALLEN Stock and Maintenance

By Popular Demand Boyles Continues 16th

Anniversary Celebration A Buyer's Ball
Shoppers Never Had It So Good-Ever! Free Silver $$

Dear Friends: a.m. for Boyles Birthday Shop-
These are truly wonderful days ping news. New attractions have
to be alive! Yes, days of merchan- been added and there's a silver
dising miracles .brought about by dollar winner every day. We've
inventive genius and 'amazing mass had to increase our sales force
production. Men and women with due to the tremendous response
creative minds, vision, highly de- to this record value event. You
veloped industrial foresight and will note three new names in the
courageous effort, are moving the list of personnel. Mrs. Davis will
wheels of progress with record ef- be in lingerie and ladies wear,
ficiency and speed. This all adds up Mrs. Stokes in the shoe depart-
to the pleasing fact that we never ment and Larry Allen, stock man
had it so good before! Every day, and maintenance. We are in a
everywhere, in stores and shops position to give you improved
across the width and breadth of service along with bigger sav-
our great country it's a shopper's ingsl
ball, a buyer's delight. Have we The lighted side of selling .
stopped long enough today to give from Miami Beach: "Bellboy, can
humble thanks for being alive? It's I get change for a -dollar?" "Lady,
our feeling we should, and could do at this hotel, a dollar IS, change".
that right now! An order and an acknowledgement:
You are invited to participate "Senfl radio, if good, will 'send
in the shopper's ball now going check." "Send check, if good will
on at Boyles! You should have a send radio". Overheard in a gro-
wonderful time looking, shopping cery store: Willie: Papa, if I was
and buying. We promise to do twins, would you buy the other boy
our part, to make it as pleasant a banana, too? Papa: Certainly, my
and profitable as possible for son. Willie: Well, papa, you surely
youl It's this column's opinion, ain't going to cheat me out of an-
too, that paying cash, pays divid- other 'banana just 'cause I'm all in
one 'piece. Isn't it a wonderful
ends in more ways than one! It's one piece Isn' ita wonderful
time to be alive? S'long. RGB
a policy that prevents much wor- P.S.-Have you heard the one
ry and anxiety. Have you tried about the two holes in the .ground?
it? Tune in WJOE daily 8 and 9 jNo? Well, well!


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--turn in their donationsat the time THUSDAY, MARCH 22, 1962 M odern Shopping Center Con
t Letters will be sent shortly with
i_ greater detail to crusade workers. Joe H I
Basketball Game Played Suc sful In Bid .
For Cancer 36oietyL .-
For State Office
SYOUR HEALTH : Last week during activity period ._
HEA at he Port St. Joe High ISchool, is past week end in Jacksn1
HEADQUARTERS this year's senior basketball play- This ast week end in Jackson-
Here's your prescription ers played next year's varsity in le, students from all over the
Spharmacy... a true health a benefit game for the American state gathered at Landon High
Center in time of need...a Cancer Society, sponsored 'by the School for the 19th annual conven-
Sfriendly shopping place in- Senior Intramural Board. The Sen- tion of the Florida Association of
r deed. You'll see a full-time, iors defeated the underclassmen Student Councils. a --.
Registered professional j In the Saturday elections, Port e _. -- -- --
: Pharmacist here every day by a score of 56 o 34.
a good neighbor in every Seventy-five percent of the pro- St. oe High School's Student
way. And through these ceeds of the game, which amounted Council was elected vice-president
Doors walk the friendliest P to $62.10, was given to the Ameri over three opponents on the first ,.e i e r t e builig which tt? p ard the t :l:empl e
peoplewe know...ourcus- can Cancer Society. The remainder ballot. In Port St. Joe's first at-a a ae the A aiet t
mers. ee us about pre- will be utilized by the Intramuraltempt at state-wide office, Avon stands Gulf county's most modern Quality Cleaners and Te Hennes-ter with its mch talked about r-
scriptions day or night for Board for its further development. Park, Miami Sr. High and Fletchner shopping centeIt y Oil any o e. Next came cit ture
service that's always just of Jacksonville Beach wepre defeat- progress when the George G. Tap- the U. S. Post Office. The Phillip's "66" Automotive
era ight. ,I W r.e P wters o t prepaoedted 'by a campaign that had been per Company purchased the block The recent construction on the Service is the largest station Phil-
S M P er I W prepare over a two-year time span. between Second and Third Streets east end of ,the 'block of the Steak lip's Petroleum Company has ,built
County Speaker facing Monument Avenue. House and the Phillip's "66" Auto in the State of Florida according
Free Parking elected President over four oppon- The first building erected was motive Service, along with the Top to George Tapper owner of the
Free Prinents on the second ballot. Runner- the IGA Foodliner on to which was Value Stamp redemption unit is building and local distributor for
Drive-In Window Service Mrs. Ned S. Porter presented the uw p was Melbourne High School'.
zE sDrug Store Pprogram to the Walton County His- Other candidates were Jacksonville
BUzzettss P unStoretorical Society rineFu aSprings PaxnSouthwest Miami and Jef- 'e School. Richard' Thompson accept- Association of Student Council's
317 Williams Abe. last Thursday. She presented, as person County High of Monticello. ed the nomination for Port St. Joe. 'Convention in Los Angeles, -Calif., You will be riding high
Port St. Joe, Florida a part of her program, a tape re- Presiding over 'the convention The local Council received 'a total 'this summer. Florida's entire dele-
Port St. Joe, Florida a partof he pro m, a tape re- Presiding overthe onof 66 votes. Placing second was nation will total 11. on the dollar when you
-cording of her Poem, "God Makes was Glen Hass of P. K. YongeAvon Park with 34. ride with *.
MeetingThe Weather Captain Baarrow High School in Gainseville, thisD This is the first time Port St.
Kick-off Meeting for Makes the Trip", a poem .written year's president school. Winter Ha, Delegates from Port St. Joe Joe's Student Council has ever held
Cancer Crusade Set about the steamer Tarpon that yen is the outgoing vice-president were: Richard Thompson, Larry state office. It is also the highest P I XIE
Berhard Pridgeon, Jr., crusade plied the waters off. Northwest and Landon of Jacksonville was Parker, Larry Davis, Joe Whaley recognition yet received by the
chairman for house to house can- Florida in years past. The poem secretary-treasurer, and James Moore, Student Coun- school.
va.ssing of the Gulf County cancer has been broadcast, complete with cil sponsor. WATCH and WAIT for
,drive, has announced that there sound effects several times. Mrs. The convention is 'eld each year The theme of the ConventionI The delegates to the convention
will .be a kick-off meeting for work- Porter is president 'of the iSt. Jo- in order to transact business, ex- was, "Youth Alert for Freedom". has arranged a display in the tro-
ers on April 3 at 9:30 a.m. in the seph Historical Society. She was change ideas on solving school This theme was impressed into the phy case at 'the High School to be GRAND OPENING
Episcopal Parish House. accompanied to DeFuniak Springs problems, and to inspire 'and chal- minds of all those present by the viewed by the public. Everyone is
Mr. Pridgeon says the canvass- by Mrs. Hubert Brinson and Mrs. lenge the Student Council's of the excellent speakers and 'the discus- invited to come by the High School DATE
ing 'will continue until 7:30 p.m. Tom Also brook. state to better performances. sion -groups. and see the exhibit.
Friday, April 6 at which time a' --- Port St. Joe was nominated by Someone from Port St. Joe is -'
wind-up meeting will be held 'at ATTEND PTA Larry Gross, president of Bay High now eligible to attend the National Want Ads Get Res it


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Phillip's Petroleum Company. Not
only is the building unusual in ar-
chitectural -design with its central
heating and air conditioning, 24
karat gold fixtures in the ladies'
lounge, but has .piped in music
throughout. The Phillip's center of-
fers to 'the public the most -modern
automotive equipment for complete
automotive tune-,up ,and mechanical
needs.
General Manager of the Phillip's
Automotive Service is Harold
Presley from Birmingham, Ala-
bama. His background expeirence
for this work includes operation of
a large service station in down-
town Birmingham. He is also a re-
cent graduate of the Phillip's "66"
training center in Tampa.
'The Top Value redemption unit
is designed to make it possible to
redeem Top Value Stamps for pre-
miums right here in Port St. Joe,
instead of making a trip to Pan-
ama City as was formerly neces-
sary.
Not the least *of -this new addi-
tion is., the very.attractive and mo-
dern "Steak House" located on the
corner adjoining the Phillip's cen-
ter. The Steak House specializes
in budget priced charcoal steaks
and burgers which appeal to the
taste buds of the youngest to the
oldest.
The quaint but modernistic treat-
ment in the finish of the exterior
of the buildings in old brick has
eye appeal that is much commented
upon :by the tourists passing 'thru
our city. Port 'St. Joe can justly
take pride in the accomplishment
of this new and convenient 'addi-
tion.


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