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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: April 12, 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

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


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL-12, 1962 NUMBER 28






Henderson Charged With Grand Larceny


WIND DAMAGE- Above is the mobile
home of Mr. and Mrs. Denver Mills of
Ward Ridge Trailer Park which was over-


turned last Frriday in a severe storm which
hit the Port St. Joe area
(Star photo)


Hail and Wind Storm Overturns House Trailer, Damages

Others; Causes Minor Damage Throughout The City

What appeared to be a twister trying to form overturned a house trailer at the Ward
Ridge Trailer Park last Friday just after noon and wrenched four other trailers off their
foundation blocks. In the overturned trailer were Mrs. Denver Mills and her two chil-
dren, who were trapped inside. The mother and children were extricated from the over-
turned.home by City Police Officer Howard Rogers who entered the trailer by climbing to


Little Boys Baseball Barbecue Success;

Last Year's Trophies Presented At Event


L. J. Herring, chairman of the
Little Boys Baseball League bar-
becue told The Star this week that
the barbecue was a big success-
even to the point of running-out 'of
barbecued chicken. Herring said
that last year,-.300 chickens were
barbecued and they had chicken
lef, over. This year, 400 chickens
were barbecued and the supply did-
n't meet the demand.
Herring offered the League's
thanks to those who purchased
tickets, those who helped in the
preparation, the St. Joe Paper
Company and -especially offers its
regrets to those who had purchas-
ed 'tickets and were unable to get
barbecue.
League President Bill Winters
presented trophies for last year's
winners in the 'different categories.
Winners of the sportsmanship
trophy were: Eddie McFarland of
' the National League -and David Ma-
comber of the American League.
Receiving the most valuable
player awards were David Wood of
the National League 'and co-winners
David Macomber and Larry Branch
of the American League.
Silas Player received the trophy
for sponsoring the winning team,
the Gators, in 'the American
League.
The National League Champion-
ship award went to the employees
of Michigan .Chemical, sponsors of
the Sharks.


Kiwanis See Pictures

Of Holy Lands


Band Gains A

'Superior' Rating

The Port St. Joe High School
Band attended the District-LBand
Festival' in Perry this past week
-end-along with other '.and of this
area to.vie for position to go to the
State Festival in Gainesville this'
year.
.The band aerned a "superior"
rating in marching, sight reading
an'd concert which will give them
the grade necessary to ,attend the
'State Music Festival'; The "super-
ior" rating is the highest 'that can
be earned.
Port St. Joe's band is now in the
Class CC rating.

First Methodist Education
Commission In Special Meet

The Commission on Education of
The First Methodist Church will
have a special meeting 'at the City
Restaurant for breakfast on Sat-
urday -morning, April 14. All mem-
bers of the Commission are urged
to be ,present as we map our pro-
gram for the coming year. The
meeting 'will get underway with a
dutch breakfast -at 8:30 a.m.


-the door of the trailer, which was
on the side facing the sky, letting
himself down into the trailer and
bringing out the occupants by a
ladder.
Mrs. Mills and her two children
were .taken to the Municipal Hos-
pital for examination. It was found
that Mrs. Mills suffered from a
broken shoulder and several cuts
about the hands and face. Neither
of the two children were injured.
The high winds came along with
a hall storm which began about
12:41): Friday afternoon and lasted
for about 15\ minutes. During this
15 minutes, at .least an inch of -rain
fell along with enough marble-sized
hailstones to appear like snow on
the ground throughout the city of
'Port St. Joe.
Although the hail stones fell on
all of the city of Port St. Joe the
hardest hit was the section between
Eighth Street and the High School.
In this area, hail still covered the
grounds and 'stood In drifts up to
six Inches deep a full hour after
the storm had passed,
Principal damage, other than the
damages to Ward Ridge Trailer
Park, was to fruit trees in the
area and convertible auto tops.
Hail-denuded fruit trees of their
small fruit and made shreds of the
plastic windows of convertible au-
to tops left out In the storm.
For about 10 minutes the down-
pour was blinding with visibility
cut to zero. Several employees of
local industry were on 'their way
back to work after the moon hour
and had to stop beside the road
until -the storm abated,


"Slow Pitch" Softball League Gets

Set To Start Season; Four Teams Fielded


__ The softball season swings open
Rev. Charles Harthern, pastor of next Monday night as the Port 'St.
the Oak Grove Assembly of God Joe men's softball league starts
Church showed some of his colored their action. The league 'this year
slides to the Kiwanis Club Tuesday is composed of four highly ranked
noon at the club's regular luncheon teams; 'each one being a power-
meeting. house. The defending city cham-
Rev. Harthern has an interesting plIos, Vitro, will have a rough road
program of slides taken last year to hold in order to keep the trophy
on a trip he made to the Holy out at 'their headquarters. The
Laud. Lions 'Club has turned out a win-
Guests of the club Tuesday were ner in the eyes of their 'manager
Key Clubber Larry Davis and Lon- Charles Norton. They have picked
nie iSmith of the Port St. Joe High up some niew players and hope to
School and Bob Bravaci, manager ",ave the league in 'their dust. We-
of Michigan Ohemical Company. wabitchka State Bank will have
-new uniforms and some new play-
S| ers, both adding up to -the most
Pentecostal Holiness powerful l hitting team in the
Ob ,league. They have eight or nine
Observing Anniversary men out of their starting 10 who
are known for "orbiting" the ball.
The First Pentecostal Holiness The dark horse this year is the
Church on Garrison Avenue an- new entry Florida National Bank.
ounces that on 'Sunday, April 15 They have mostly new players but


'they will observe their second an-
niversary as a church.
Dinner will be served on the
grounds immediately following the
11:00 a.m. worship services.
A special program will be pre-
sented by the Sunday School in,
commemoration of Palm Sunday.
The public is cordially invited
to attend.


shouldn't be overlooked.
The league will play on, Mondays
and Thursdays starting April 16.
There will be two games a night
with the first game starting at
7:00 p.m.
The first night of the season has
Wewahitchka 'State Bank taking on
Florida National Bank for the first
game and 'then ,the two fighters


from way back, Vitro vs. Lions.
Due to the new softball field not
having had time to grow enough
grass in the outfield the league
will open their season in the old
ball park next to the high school'.
Officers for the coming season
are: Jake Koller, president; Harry
Tison, vice-president and Walter
Dodso.n, treasurer. Remember, this
is a sport the whole family can
enjoy watching 'and the league
should be a real close race with
each game a good one. Come on out
and see the teams play.
;-K
'No Orders' Shuts

Down Paper Mill
St. Joe Paper Company shut
down its mill due to lack of or-
ders this week. According to T.
S. Coldewey, vice-president, it
was felt the lack of orders was
due to heavy buying during the
past two months prior to a price
increase in paper. He stated that
box plants were running good and
he didn't look for much down
time this year.
Coldewey said the mill may
resume operations Monday, but
that a firm starting date would
not be known until today.


A


HendersonOfficially Released;



Commission Hires New Clerk


Coldewey Pitches For, But Gains No

Support for More Thorough Audit


Charges Filed By

State Attorney

J. Frank Adams, State Attor-
ney for the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit caused the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, George Y. Core to
file Capias papers against R. W.
Henderson of this city listing the
State of Florida as Plaintiff and
Henderson as defendant.
The Capias papers charge Hen-
derson with grand larceny in the
amount of $9,000.00 committed
against the City of Port St. Joe.
The Capias papers were filed
by the Clerk of the Court Mon-
day of this week but as of yes-
terday at noon had not yet been
served on Henderson by the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department.
The Capias states that Hender-
son shall be arrested and held
until bond is made.
The charges stemmed out of
action by the City Commission
in releasing Henderson due to
reports from an auditing firm
stating that the City records
show some $9,500.00 unaccount-
ed for a three-year period audit.
Henderson was suspended by
the City Commission March 22
and was released from his duties
Monday of this week and replac-
ed by Jack B. Williams as city
auditor and clerk.
Charges were not brought by
the City of Port St. Joe but were
preferred by the State of Flor-
ida following an investigation by
State's Attorney people following
Henderson's suspension.
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Boat Club Plans

SummerCruises

The following: is a lit of the
cruises planned for the St.: Joe Boat
Club for this summer.
Cruise committee members would
like to urge ,every member to make
'as many of these cruises as 'pos-
sible.
For information as to the amount
of gas needed, departure time, lun-
ches, etc., please contact one of
the following members:. Calvin A.
Floyd, L. E. Thursday, Earl Creel
or 0. C. Hammond.
Sunday, April 15, to Brickyard
Landing. Departure time 1:00 p.m.
'Sunday, April 29, to Bay City
Lodge. Departure time, 2:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 6, Holiday Lodge,
Panama City. Departure time, 1:00
p.m.
Sunday, May 20, to Watson
Smith Camp on Brothers River. De-
parture time 1:00 p.m.
'Saturday 'and Sunday, June 2-3,
Fort Walton Beach. Departure time
Saturday, 2:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 24, L. E. Thursday
Camp, Chipola Cut-off. Departure
time, 9:00 a.m.
'Sunday, July 8, St. Joe Point. De-
parture time, 2:00 p.m.
Sunday, July 22, St. Andrews
State Park. Outside trip. Departure
time, 9:30 a.m.
'Sunday, August 5, Gardner's
Landing, East River. Departure
time, 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, August 19. St. George
Island. Departure time 1:30 p.m.
There will be a cruise on Labor
Day. Members will be notified at
a later date as to the destination
and departure time.
All the above listed cruises are
'subject to fair weather and 'good
boating conditions.
There will' be a regular meeting
of the St. Joe Boat Club tonight at
8:.00 p.m. in the Florida Power
Lounge. All members are urged to
attend.

Youth Week Will Be
Observed By Long Avenue

Youth week will be observed by
the Long Avenue Baptist Church
April 15 through 22. Youth night
services will be held Friday, ApriJ
20 with Rev. Wade Hopkins oJ
Fort Walton Beach as the gues1
speaker. David Musselwhite, youti
week pastor of the church will lea(
the singing.
All youth of the city are invited
to attend this special service.


onded by Coldewey and voted on
by the entire Board.
Henderson 'then 'took issue with
the correctness of the audit report
of Smith, Ryan and Carlisle. In sev-
eral places, he said errors existed.
In one item in particular, 'the audit
report showed that the City owed
$1,206.00 to the "Duval Parking
Meter Company" for parking met-
ers. Henderson contended that the
City owed this .amount of money
for parking meters, but that there
was no such firm as "Duval Park-
ing Meter Company" to his know-
ledge.
Henderson also stated that the
audit showed a loan for $29,893.00
plus $1,496.85 in interest borrowed
to pay for the City warehouse. The
former Clerk said that the City
had paid cash for the property from
-money on hand and that this money
had been borrowed for hospital'
construction.
Henderson also pointed out that
,the report showed his estimate of
1961 cigarette taxes In preparing
the 1961 budget was only about
$9,000.00 when in reality his work-
sheets and the published budget
for that year showed that his es-
timate of this source of revenue
was. actually $26,00.00.
Coldewey, then stated tha these
statements by Henderson merely
bore out his contention that a full
and complete audit should be made
of the city's records.
The meeting ended at this.,point
with a pledge of cooperation with
-the new clerk in straightening out
thee City's affairs by the Board.


Funeral Services Held

For Tom W. Thompson

Funeral services were held from
the First Methodist Church, Friday,
April 6 at 3:00 p.m. for Tom W.
Thompson, who passed away Thurs-
day at 5:50 a.m. in the Municipal
Hospital. Thompson passed away
after a 10 day stay in the hospital
due to a lingering illness.
Thompson- was born in Carlisle,
Pa., May.17, 1897 'and had lived i4
Port 'St. Joe since 1938. He was re.
tired from the St. Joe Paper Com
pany.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Louilse B. Thompson ,of this city,
one son, M. W. Thompson of Har-
risburg, Pa.; and a sister, Mrs.
Howard Misley of Lancaster, Pa.
Active pallbearers were: BM
Rich, Blakely Thomason, Frank
Pate, Henry iStykes, Fennon Tal-
ley .and Bill Winters.
Honorary pallbearers were: Dr.
Joe Hendrix, Clyde Brogdon, Clif-
ford Tharpe, H. C. Philyaw, Ed
Ramsey, Lamar Moore, Byrd Par-
ker, Dr. R. E. King,, 'Silas 'R. Stone,
Joe McLeod, George Suber, Wal-
ter Dodson, Ted Beard, George An-
chors, Floyd Roberts, George Coop-
er, Bill Whaley, Henry Campbell,
Gannon Buzzett and Ernest Rich.
Interment was in the family plot
at Holly Hill Cemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home of.Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments ... .

BAND PARENTS WILL
MEET TONIGHT AT 8:00
The Band Parents. Association
will meet tonight in the High
School. band room for a regular
business program.
All members of the Association
are urged to attend.


The 'City Commission met in spe-
cial session at 10:00 a.m. Monday
of 'this week to look into the matter
of hiring a new City Auditor and
Clerk to replace R. W. Henderson.
Henderson was 'also officially re-
leased from his employment by the
City effective as of his suspension
on March 22.
In addition to the business of hir-
ing the new Clerk, a discussion
arose concerning' the official audit
report of the recent three-year au-
dit, performed by Smith, Ryan and
Carlisle of Jacksonville. The report
'covered the years of operation by
the 'City of Port St. Joe during
1961, 1960 and 1959.
Commissioner Tom :S. Coldewey
stated to the Board that after look-
ing at the audit, he left a more
complete audit should be made.
Mayor Hananon stated 'that the
audit was made in accordance with
the regular routine of 'audits and
he felt this should be sufficient.
.Coldewey went on to say 'that the
audit indicated 'that the books were
so poorly kept that 'a more com-
plete audit should be made before
the new clerk should be charged
with the responsibility of the.-eity
records. "A complete audit would
_.give the new clerk a firm basis
with which 'to startthis'books", said
'Coldewey.
Coldewey stated that the new
clerk would be required to give a
monthly statement of receipts and
expenditures 'of 'all departments of
the city. "According to the audi-
tors' statement on the condition of
the city books, this cannot now be
done 'to reflect a true condition of
these various accounts", Coldewey
said.
He went on to explain that the
auditors take one month out of
each year for a sample and thor-
oughly examine every transaction
and assume the other 11 months'
records follow suit. "This would
not ferret out 'all the discrepancies
in the city books".
It was pointed out that over $10,-
000 in interest and principal col-
lected and- not paid to holders of
paving and sidewalk leins could not
'be verified, according to the audit'
of 'the books. It was also brought
to light that minutes of the City
Commission meeting setting up a
bond issue of some $55,000.00 in'
hospital bonds .could not be found
r y the 'auditors in the City Minute
Book. Acting Clerk Ruth M. Ham-'
mand testified to the Commission
-that she had found the minutes:
wadded up in a wastebasket in for-
mer 'Clerk Henderson's office in
the City Hall.
Coldewey went on 'to state that
he was not arguing the validity of
the 'audit, but that the audit show-
ed enough irregularities to indi-
cate the books should be correct-
ed item by item before 'turning the
records over to a new man.
At this point in the meeting Com-
missioner John Robert Smith, sec-
onded by Commissioner Coldewey
made the motion to dismiss Hen-
*derson and hire Jack B. Williams
as the new 'City Auditor and Clerk.
Coldewey went on to recommend
that as Williams gets into the
books, he make recommendations
to the Commission as to action to
be taken to bring the books into
acceptable condition to him-
HENDERSON APPEARS
Former Auditor and Clerk R. W.
Henderson, who was present at the
special meeting then asked to be
heard by the Commission. Mayor
t Hannon stated tha' the Commis-
I sion would hear what Henderson
f had to say.
t Henderson then asked what sal-
ary would be paid Williams in his
I new position.
Commissioner Smith then made
Sa motion that Williams be paid
$550.00 per month. This was sec-


chairman.

Highland View Baptist
Church Starts Revival

The First Baptist Church of
Highland View began a pre-Easter
revival last night which will con-
tinue through April 22. Services
will be held each night at 7:30
p.m.
Rev. Reuben B. Davis, pastor of
the church will be doing the preach-
ing. Rev. Bernard Jones of Gantt,
Alabama will direct the music and
a 45 minute youth service before
the -main services which will begin
at 8:15 p.m. Rev. Jones is pastor
of the First Baptist Church of
Gantt.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.
A church dinner will be served
on the grounds Sunday, April 15
after 'the morning worship services.


(Star photo)

Cancer Dance Set

For Friday Night

Sid Brown, special events chair-
man for the Gulf County Chapter
of the American Cancer Society
has announced that there will be a
dance Friday night, April 13 at the
Centennial Building. The dance
will begin at 9:00 p.m. with pro-
ceeds going to the Gulf County
Chapter of the American Cancer
Society. Tickets are $5.00 per cou-
ple.
Music for the evening will be fur-
nished by Charlie Cooper's Orches-
tra from Tyndall AFB.
'In other phases of the drive, the
House to House canvass has taken
in $1,089.27 as of Wednesday morn-
ing, according to chairman Bernard
Pridgeon'. This phase of the drive
is not complete as yet.


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MAKES FIRST CONTRIBUTION-Mayor Frank Hannon
is shown above (left) making the first contribution to
the Gulf County Cancer Society's house to house cam-
paign for funds last week. Receiving the check is L. H.
Peterson, Tampa, vice-president of the ACS. Looking on
(center) is Mrs. Herbert Brown, Gulf County campaign















































Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey H. Shea-
ly announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Lila Evelyn to Joe
Glen.n Polk, son of Mr. 'and Mrs.
W. C. Polk of Pensacola.
Miss Sheaiy was graduated
'from Port St. Joe High School
and from 20th Century Business
College. She is now 'employed by
Hill-Kelly Dodge, Inc., in Pensa-
cola.


Announced
Mr. Polk graduated from Tate
High School. He is an employee
of the Coca-Cola Bottling Com-
pany of Pensacola.
The wedding will take place
'Sunday, April 15, 3:30 p.m. at the
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church followed by a reception
at the church.
No invitations are being sent,
.but all friends 'and relatives are
invited to attend.


Attends Garden Garden Club

Club Camp Orders Marker

Attending the State Garden Club The Port St. Joe Garden Club has
Nature Camp this week at O'Leno placed an order for a Blue Star
IState Park on the beautiful Sante Memorial Marker. The Florida Fed-
Fe River is Mrs. Harry White of eration of Garden Clubs, in order
Hunter Circle. Mrs. White is at- 'to pay tibute to members of our i
tending with the endorsement of Armed Forces who have served, are
the local Garden Club and district serving, or will serve in the de-
director and unde rsponsorship of fense of our country, have under-
the Girl Scout organization. -taken to establish these markers in
The course is planned dfor adults each county along the 2,000 miles
who wish to better equip them- of highway, 'designated by the _
selves for working with young peo- Florida Legislature as Memorial
ple's groups. Included in the week's Highways. T
agenda are daily field trips led 'by The marker in Port St. Joe will t
Miss Carol Beck, State Botanist, be placed at the end of Constitution
bird study, study of reptiles and Park facing the Bay. The State
amphibious, conservation, junior Highway Department, who has al- t
-gardening, therapy, handcraft in- Highway placed the base, who has al-
ready Placed th'e base, and the
struction and star study. Also in- Board. of County Commissioners
eludedd are cookouts and campfire are cooperating in this worthy pro-
singing. ject.
On her return Mrs.. White will
share with members of the Girl Suitable plantings will 'be made
Scout troops the information and, at the base of the marker, and
enthusiasm for the out-of-doors maintained 'by 'the Garden Club as
which she will gain from attending, a living memorial. The marker
the Blanche Covington Nature Stu- will be unveiled and dedicated on
,dy 'Course. the afternoon of May 1, following
__ the meeting of the club.
James 0. Montgomery
Re-Enlists In UTSAF !Youth Rally Set For

James Oliver Montgomery, 23, First United Pentecostal
whose mother and wife reside at The First United Pentecostal
140 Madison .Street, recently re- Church in Highland View will be
enlisted in the United States Air 'host to the Section 4-B youth rally
Force for 'training as an Aircraft on Friday night, April 13. Churches
Radio repairman. James will be ro Panama City and the local
trained at the Technical Training church will participate in the rally
Center in Biloxi, Miss. service, which will begin at 8:00
James is a 1957 graduate of Port servicewhich will begin at 8:00
St. Joe High School and has pre-
viously served four years in the The young 'people from 'the local
USAF. church will serve refreshments af-


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1962


Club Conference

Set for May 1

The President's Conference, Flor-
da Federation of Garden Clubs,
District 2, will bt held in Port iSt.
Joe, at the Sit. James Parish House
on Tuesday, May 1.
District Two includes all the
clubs from Panama City to Quincy
-15 .clubs .with 35 circles. All club
presidents, circle chairmen and
other officers are expected to at-
end.
Mrs. Ethel Bridges, District Di-
rector of District Two will 'be in
charge -of the meeting. The princi-
pal guest speaktr will be Mrs. Jack
Dunlap, State President.


Methodists Slate

Training Classes

Membership Training Classes for
children will be conducted at the
First Methodist Church at 3:00 p.m.
beginning Monday afternoon, Ap-
ril 16. The Pastor, Rev. J. C. Car-
michael, will personally teach this
course which is required for all
children 'prior to their becoming

ter the service to help raise funds
to finance the trip to youth camp
at Ocala in June.
The public is invited to 'this and
all' services at the church.
There will be ,songs and testi-
mony from ,each of the churches
and will be concluded 'by 'an eve-
ning speaker.


LS


Engagement Announced

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Oakes, in Parker.
Jr., announce 'the engagement Immediately following the cere-
and approaching marriage of money, a reception will be given
their daughter, 'Reva Doris, to in ithe home of ,the bride's par-
Curtis Clark Lane, also 'of this ents, 1703 Garrison Avenue, Port
'city, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar 'St. Joe.
,C. Lane of Wartrace, Tennessee. No invitations will 'be mailed
The 'wedding will 'be an event locally, but 'all relatives, and
of June 8, at half past seven friends of the couple are invited
o'clock, in the Church of Christ, to attend 'the wedding and re-
located on Highway 30 alternate, ception.








1TH TAR. PSDAYort StAPRIL Joe, Fl
- Say You Saw it In The Star THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1962

Monthly Meeting

Of Historical

Society Saturday

Easter. Corsages The monthly meeting of the St.
Joe Historical 'Society was held
Saturday, April 7, at the City Cafe
-HFROM with Mrs. Ned Porter presiding.
Mrs. Porter read a report from
^^ *"-"*O t- lJesse Stone regarding maps of old
S llSt. Joe that have -been loaned to
the city, and 'are to be hung in the
Chamber Room of the City Hall.
Several papers of interest were
(Next To Cooper's Barber Shop) shown at the meeting. Mrs. Belle
Griffin -of Decatur .sent a 'letter she
had received from George S. 0'-
SBear of Atlanta telling of the con-
.,l -dition 'so St. Joseph prior to the
Syes yellow fever epidemic as Mr. 0'-
SBear's grandparents lived here at
fl a di i g I thatt time. Also enclosed was the
Foremost floral designer, creates some- ih of sale for he loseda and Lake
Wimico and St. Joseph Railroad,
thing different in corsages for your Eas- that was sold to William Grey at
the City' of St. Joseph, August 11,
ter oUlfit. Priced to fit your budget. 1842. Mr. Grey was Mr. O'Bears
tei Pgrandfather'
Bernard Pridgeon and C. A. Fite
Don't be the only person without a corsage Call had made one by ten portraits of
Jackson Morton, John C. MaGahee,
Today for your order. Daniel D. McLean and George T.
BWard, -as these four men were
members of Florida's first Consti.
WE WIRE FLOWERS ANYWHERE tutional Convention in 1838.
and GUARANTEE DELIVERY A large aerial map 'of St. Joe,
photographed in 1953, was also
shown. This was a gift from Henry
Call Ed's Florist 227-8881 Stikes.
Several people have inquired if itI


CARD OF THANKS
-We wish to thank all who helped
in the all-night search for myself
and the four Birmingham high
school students whom I had taken
fishing. Our motor failed about
eight o'clock in the morning and
we drifted for hours until we fin-
ally got to the 'peninsula where we
were stranded all night. Our thanks
to Bob 'Sidwell who organized the
search and stood by his radio -all


WATCH where you drive. Most traffic experts
agree that in Florida, as elsewhere, many accidents
are caused by drivers who let their attention wan-
der momentarily. When you are the driver, don't
look at the children in back, the passenger beside
you, or someone walking along the sidewalk. Even
when driving slowly, you can get into serious acci-
dents. In 1960, Florida had nearly 32,000 traffic
accidents involving cars going 10 or less miles an
hour. And 42 of these were fatal accidents! Driv-
-Uis. serios-b.si.es s.-oc ak.ohed, leedpe.
anb safe. ,I ,


was poss .o form a r s- Vitro W ives
torical Society, and the members Vitro W ves
present were most interested in the
possibilities of such an organiza- Club W ill Meet

Mrs. Porter told of her trip to The Vitro Wives Club will meet
DeFuniak Springs, where she was Tuesday, April 17 at 7:30 p.m. at
guest speaker at 'the newly formed !the Florida Power Lounge.
Historical Society of that city. All wives are urged to attend.


night, ,the Civil Defense, Gulf
County Sheriffs Department, the
Coast Guard, the owner and cap-
tain of the Azalea Queen, and all
the others including the rescue
force at Tyndall Field. Our sincere
thanks to you all.
Henry Duncan, Jr.
George Hairston
Randy Partain
Olin Stapp
Buz Butler


You Ace Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -..--.--.---.......... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-......------..... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP ............ 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .----...- 7:80 p.m.

"Come and Worship God With Us"


Report of Condition of the
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK OF PORT ST. JOE
in the State of Florida, at the close of business on March 26, 1962 pub-
lished in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under
Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes.
AS S E T S
1. Cash, balances with other 'banks, and cash items in
process of collection 1,478,688.32
2. United States Government obligations, 'direct
and guaranteed 1,815,643.22
3. Obligations of States and- 'political subdivisions ...--.... 584,735.36
4. Corporate stocks (including $12,000.00 stock .of Federal
Reserve bank) 12,000.00
5. Loans ,and discounts (including $58.01 overdrafts) -...... 1,102,986.15
6. Bank premises owned $69,496.40, furniture and fixtures
$11,957.38 81,453.78
7. Other assets 27,917.26


8. TOTAL ASSETS

9. Defnand deposits of -individuals, partnerships,
and corporations '
10. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations
11. Deposits of United States Government
(including 'postal savings)
12. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..........
13. Deposits of 'banks
14. Certified and officers' checks, etc..
15. TOTAL DEPOSITS $4,573,555.23
(a) Total demand deposits $4,181,722.80
(b) Total time and savings deposits -- $ 391,832.43
16. Other liabilities :
17. TOTAL LIABILITIES


5,1103,424.09


3,586,339.69
191,832.43
186,983.46
416,359.19
182,865.73
9,174.73


58,199.93
4,631,755.16


CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
18. Capital Stock:
(a)' Common .stock, total par $200,000.00 ...........------------....... 200,000.00
19. Surplus 200,000.00
20. Undivided profits 49,675.69
21. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) 21,993.24
22. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 471,668.93
23. TOTAL LIABILITIES and. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .-.....--- 5,103,424.09
MEMORAND A
24. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for
other' purposes 734,400.67
I, Walter C. Dodson, President, of 'the above-named bank do hereby
declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
WALTER C. DODSON
We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
of condition and declare that it has been .examined :by us 'and to the
best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct.
STOM S. COLDEWEY
HARRY H. SAUNDERS Directors
R. H. McINTOSH
REPORT OF AN AFFILIATE OF A NATIONAL BANK
Published in Accord'ance With Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes
Report as of March 26, 1962, of St. Joe Paper Company, Port St. Joe,
Florida, which is 'affiliated with Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe,
Port St. Joe, Florida. Charter Numb.er 14902, Federal Reserve District
Number 6.
Kind of 'business of this 'affiliate: Manufacturer of paper pulp and
containers.
Manner in which aboqve-na'med organization is 'affiliated with 'national
bank, and degree of control: Alfred I. duPont Estate owns controlling
stock in both bank and paper company.
Financial relations with bank: Loans to pulpwood ;dealers secured
by assignment of monies due from paper company .---------........... $218,001.27
'I, Walter C. Dodson, President 'of Florida National Bank at Port St.
Joe, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
WALTER C. DODSON
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of April, 1962.
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public ('SEAL)
State of Florida at Large. My commission expires. April 20, 1962.
Bonded by American Surety Co. of N. Y.
REPORT OF AN A AFFILIATE OF A NATIONAL BANK
Published in Accordance with Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes
Report as of March 26, 1962, of Florida East Coast Railway Company,
Jacksonville, Florida, which is affiliated with Florida National Bank
at Port St. Joe, Port St. Joe, Florida. Charter Number 14902, Federal
Reserve district number 6.
Kind of 'business of this affiliate: Railroad.
Manner in which above-named organization is affiliated with national
bank, and degree of control: Majority of Florida East Coast Railroad
common stock owned by 'St. Joe Paper Company. The A. I. duPont
Estate owns controlling stock in both St. Joe Paper Company and the
bank.
Financial relations with bank: Borrowings from affiliated bank, in-
cluding acceptance executed by 'affiliated :bank for account of affiliate
and securities sold to affiliated bank under repurchase agreement,
$5,625.00.
I, Walter C. Dodson, President of Florida National Bank at Port St.
Joe, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
WALTER C. DODSON
Sworn 'to and subscribed before me 'this 9th day of April, 1962.
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public (SEAL)
State of Florida at Large. My commission expires April 20, 1962.
Bonded by American Surety Co. of N. Y.


U -'-.


DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY IS SPRING HOUSE CLEANING

MUST BE SOLD DURING THIS CLEAN-UP!


REGI $5.9 VAL.Foa Iuhosplo bcs


REG. $59.95 VAL.-Foam cushions, pillow backs,
S4dde for dens or beach cottage.
Bahama Lounge ------- $39.95
REG. $59.95 VAL.-Durable fabrics. Assorted colors.
4 Sealy Studio Lounges ___ $39.00
REG. $109.95 VAL.-Plastic. With 'tubular steel
frame. Wood arms.
3-Piece Sectional Sofa _- $69.00
REG. $69.00 VAL.-Plastic covered arms. Durable
covers.
5 New Sofa Beds ------$49.95
REG. $120.00 VAL.-Foam reversible cushions.
Slightly damaged.
New 100-inch SOFA $79.95
REG. $129.00 VAL.-Sli'ghitly used. Nylon .cover. Foam
cushions.
Sofa Bed and Chair -----$89.95
REG. $119.95 VAL.-Danish modern. By Simmons.
2 New Sofa Beds ------ $89.00
REG. $329.00' VAL.-Contemporary style, foam rub-
ber reversible -cushions, beautiful brown color.
New Sofa and Chair ---- $229.00
REG. $34.95 VAL.-By Kroehler. Durable nylon
covers.
2 New Swivel Cocktail Chairs $24.00
REG. $39.95 VAL.-Slightly used. Like new. Very
clean.
Slightly Used Sofa Bed -. $29.95
REG. $29.00 VAL.-With slip covers. Ideal for rental
property.
Used Sofa and Chair -----$15.00
REG. $39.00 VAL.-Good condition. Your choice.
3 Used Recliner Chairs --- $24.00
REG. $19.95 VAL.-Rattan. With plastic tops.
2 New Step Tables ---- $13.95 ea.


. ALL USED FURNITURE


REG. $10.00 VAL. REG. $1500 VAL.-Mahogany.
12 Asst. Table Lamps -- $4.00 Used Double Spool Bed -- $7.00


REG. $139.00 VAL.-Made of durable oak. Table has
heat and stain resistant top. Chairs with plastic s-eats
New 7-pc. Dinette Suite -$99.95
REG. $109.95 VAL.-Walnuit. With sliding glass doors
New Buffet and Hutch -__ $69.00
REG. $99.95 VAL.-Maple. Includes round drop leaf
table, 6 side chairs.
Slightly used 7-pc. Dinette $59.95
REG. $19.00 VAL.
Used 5-pc. Wood Dinette $9.95
REG. $69.00 VAL.-Slightly used. Heat, stain and
scratch resistant top. Includes table and chairs.
7-Pc. Chrome Dinette -- $49.00
REG. $69.00 VAL.-Blonde finish. 6 large drawers.
Used Double Dresser -- $49.00
REG. $10.00 VAL.-Second hand.
Vanity and Mirror ------ $5.00
REG. $49.00 VAL.
New Maple Desk-Chest -___ $39.00
REG. $89.00 VAL.-36 inches wide. Large .spacious
drawers.
New Solid Oak Chest ---- $59.00
REG. $59.00 VAL.-N:ew. 5 drawers.
Salem Maple Chest ------$49.95
REG. $49.00 VAL.-Walnut finish.


REG. $89.00 VAL.-Slightly used. Foam rubber.
Mattress and Box Spring $59.00
REF. $29.00 VAL.-Used double size. Good condition
Beautyrest Mattress -- $14.00
REG. $59.95 VAL.-Used Universal.
40 inch Electric Range $39.95


REG. $69.00 VAL.-Westinghouse
Used Electric Range ----
REG. $59.00 VAL.-Used -full size.


Florence Elec. Range --- $39.95
REG. $130.00 VAL.-Slightly used. Like new.
36-inch Electric Range ._- $89.00
REG. $69.00 VAL.-Westinghouse. Ideal for fish
camp or cottage.
2 Used Refrigerators ---- $49.95
REG. $59.00 VAL.-Frigidaire.
Used Refrigerator ------$39.95
REG. $59.00 VAL.-Used Roll-about Westinghouse.
Automatic Washer------$49.00


$59.00


REG. $69.00 VAL.-Used Speed Queen.
Wringer Type Washer _-


$59.95


REG. $59.00 VAL.
Used Wringer Washer $39.95
DRE- qr(nn VAI TT--.


nLI,,. 9E.UU00 VAL.-USod.
New 4-drawer Chest ---- $34.00 Philco Wringer Washer -- $29.95


REG. $44.00 VAL.-Bone white finish. Trimmed in
gold.
New Decorator Chest $30.00
REG. $10.00 VAL.
Used Double Panel Bed ---- $5.00


REG. $59.00 VAL.
Used GE 21" TV Set--
REG. $59.00 VAL.-Used
Stromberg-Carlson 21" TV


$39.00


$39.00


REG. $79.00 VAL.
REG. $10.95 VAL. REG. $10.00 VAL.-Ideal for fish camp. Used Philco 21" TV Set $45.00
2 NEW STEP TABLES -----$5.00 Used Double Metal Bed $4.00 Usedo et 45.00
Used


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Silvertone 21" TV Set ..-- $15.00

4 Used 21" TV SETS as is $10.00

8 3 /2-Gallon Gas Cans $1.00 ea.

24 21X28 Pictures _-_ $1.00 ea.

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iHE..ATA.R, Port t. Jo,. 'Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12,. 962

Florida Power Corporation Presenting
GE's "Adventures in Science" Program-_
"In orde r to encourage and in- stage-show program lasts 45 min-
spire students having interests in' utes and is presented b y two skGll-
science and engineering," said R. ed GE "Science-showmen." Their
G. Porter district manager for the' easy-to-understand demonstrations
Florida Power Corporation, "we cover such subjects as: principles
are presenting Geneal Electric of propulsion; development of fuels
-Company's 'Adventures in Science' for space propulsion; development
program to Junior and Senior High of orbiting satellites; principles
'School assemblies in our area." and characteristics of sound; trans-
The "Adventures in Science" mission of sound on light waves;


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development of electric power thru
atomic energy, solar cells, and
heat energy; "cold" light; and pro-
cess in lighting through fluores-
cence and new filament lighting.
Porter said: "These unique dem-
onstrations are fascinating to ev-
ery student and especially interest-
ing to science-minded young nmen
and women in. the audience."
According to a General Electric
spokesman: "This is the latest
show in our series and is geared to
the Space Age, a most popular sub-
ject to students today. We've had
a series of highly successful, coun-
try-wide programs on tour since
1926."
Coordinating the schedule for
Florida Power .Corporation is Wade
H. Wilfong, Lighting Specialist. He
reports: "The show's itinerary runs
from April 9 through April 27. Dur-
ing this time, we estimate that ap-
proximately 15,000 students of 30
schools in 24 Florida Power com-
munities will view 'Adventures in
Science' ".
The four Florida Power divisions
handling the show include the Nor-
thern Division, headquartered in
Monticello; Ocala Division, Win-
ter Park Division and Lake Wales
Division. "

Washington High
Senior Class
Presents Play
The senior class of George Wash-
Ington High School will present a
dramatic fantasy play entitled,
"The White Lawn" by Roger Bus-
field followtd by a mock faculty at
George Washington High School
Gymnasium Friday evening, April
13 at 8:00 p.m. There is 'a great
love element predominating the
play from the beginning through to
the tnd.
Everyone is invited. Don't miss
this play! Come and .bring all your
friends. It's a great treat! You will
certainly -have an evening of en-
joyment.
Admission will be: adults 20c;
high school students, 15c; eitmen-
tary students, lOc.


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Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
VIRUSES: BIG
TROUBLEMAKERS
Viruses are small and they
cause big trouble. They cause
the common cold, mumps, psit-
tacosis, hepatitis and many res-
piratory diseases including some
types of pneumonia and influ-
enza. Smallpox, measles, chick-
eppox and such eruptive diseases
are caused by viruses. Diseases
of the skin including shingles,
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warts are virus-induced. Caused
and spread by viruses are serious
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yellow fever, rabies, infectious
hepatitis, poliomyelitis and en-
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A virus is the tiniest of all
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millimeter is one-thousandth
part of a meter which is 39.371
inches.
For many virus diseases there
is no satisfactory treatment.
Vaccines are used to stimulate
resistance or provide immunity
which may be permanent or
transient. The first known per-
son vaccinated against a virus in
this country was in 1800 when
Professor Benjamin Waterhouse
of the Harvard Medical School
vaccinated his own son against
smallpox. As we all know, there
are now vaccines against rabies,
encephalitis, influenza, mumps,
yellow fever and poliomyelitis.
As new viruses are being dis-
:overed, so are new vaccines
beingg developed by medical sci-
ence to wage war on them.


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9.45 a.m.
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TH'E STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1962


PESTS ARE

By HERVEY SHARPE
Agricultural Extension Service
Insects are like the stor.k-both
are expected. So, don't be surprised
if your garden is the birthplace of
.a number of hungry feeders this
spring.
The layette for the garden in-
fants includes a sprayer, a duster
and an array of chemicals.
'Instructions on how to mix each
formula is important. Be sure to
read the label on each chemical
container before using.
If' the amount of the chemical
you can. place on a dime is enough
for a pint of spray, don't measure
the amount on two nickels. Double
dosage may 'be harmful to you as
well as the plants.
There are several pests that may
plague your garden at this time,
according to J. E. Brogdon, ento-
mologist wilh the Agricultural Ex-
tension Service.
.For example, certain night-feed-
ing 'beetles eat holes in tightly


:NOW ATTACKING YOUR PLANTS and LAWS


age with chlordane or DDT.
Spider mites thrive during the
dry spells in April. They rasp away
:the upper surface of many orna-
mentals and change the healthy
green color to a bronzed or grayish
green. Sulfur dust or malathion
spray will control mites..
Aphids -are certain to be a prob-
lem where plants are young and
succulent.
These little pests .feed on the un-
derside of leaves, causing them to
curl and sometimes drop. Often a
brood of aphids will be sucked to
death by 'blind fly larvae. If you
can't wait for friendly insects to
fight your battles., then try control-
ling -aphids with nicotine sulfate,
lindane or rotenone.
Ants often ,protect herds of ap-
hids so that they can enjoy the
sweet excreta of the aphids. So
killing ants. may help control the
a phids.


time by stripping or 1y peeling.
You can control ants in lawns
wi:h an application of two table-
spoons of 50 percent chlordane -per
gallon of water. Pour the mixture
into the nest opening and on the
area around the nest.- Then, soak
the area with water to wash the
insecticide through the ground and
into the nest.
A real lawn pest is the sod web-
worm.
These greenish night-feeding cat-
erpillars are -about three-quarters
of an inch long. They can eat more
than, their weight in grass each
night, yet look quite harmless when
found sleeping near the soil sur-
face during the day.
The newly hatched caterpillars
cause very little damage to grass.
They may .be full grown before you
notice grass blades are eaten back
unevenly or foliage stripped off in
,patches. Unless you have been a


To control ants in the garden try close observer it will appear that


wrapped custers of bud leaves of a chlordane spray. WARNING: Do the damage happened overnight.
camellias. When these leaves ex- not apply chlordane to foliage or To control webworms, try appli-
pand they reveal large holes in the fruit ,that is to .be eaten, unless he cations of toxaphene or DDT.
foliage. You can prevent this dam- poison will be removed at harvest Whitefly causes yellowing of f'o-


liage of many ornamentals. At firts made Alt home with water from
you'll think that the plants are hardwood ashes and hog fat-
putting on a black-faced act, when housewives kept their dooryard or-
you discover a black film spreading namentals free from smut -and
over the surface of the leaves, whiteflies tby frequent applications
This smut is a symptom of white- of ;soapy dish water. If this remedy
fly and not .a cause of ill health. of yester-years isn't handy, then try
Back in, the days of lye soap- an oil spray.


Re-Elect
WILBUR C.


KING
FLORIDA RAILROAD AND
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
Group 1
* Native Floridian broad background
in cattle and citrus farming, local
government and mercantile business.
* '~e works always to give Florida the
lest in transportation and public
setilYsrvcie at reasonable rfite.
* or f in yoarn he has given you a
iulnea administration based on
experience, results and willingness to
serve the people. Florida needs
proven men .of eXrience to help her
.et fh allep of tbs space oage.


A TEMPTING DISH-Pretty Fontaine Flowers, who is
"Miss Batter-Whip of 1962", stirs up batter for the 50,-
000,000th loaf of Batter-Whipped Sunbeam Bread. She
is the daughter of W. H. Flowers, II, president of Flow-
ers Baking Co., Inc. of Thomasville, Ga. and Jackson-
ville, Fla. This month marks the third year the people
of this area have been offered bread made by the mod-
ern batter-whipped process.


Veterans Should Locate Valuable Papers


Basic family documents such as
birth and 'marriage cerAficates
should 'be carefully kept where
they are readily available, the Vet-
erans Administration advised vet-
erans and their dependents.
These documents are needed' o
support claims for veterans bene-
tits, Rufus H. Wilson, Manager of
the Regional Office in St. Peters-
burg, explained. Included among
these essential records are military
discharge 'papers, 'death- certificates
.divorce decrees, and guardianship
or child custody evidence.
The basic records are needed 'to-
support claims for disability or
-death compensation and' pension,
veterans burial benefits, -and simi-


lar claims, Wilson said.
The records should be in the po-
ssession of whoever makes the
claim at any VA Regional Office,
Wilson added, so that the claim
may be properly presented after
the -first visit to the VA contact
representative.

Pledges To Sorority
LAKELAND Kathleen Anne
M'osely of Port St. Joe Is among the
'new pledges of Kappa Delta soror-
ity following annual Spring rush
week at Florida Southern College.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Thomas Mosely of
11.03 Constitution Drive.


Shell engineer uses stethoscope to help detect noise the ear alone can't hear. Super Shell fights three different engine noises to give you top performance.




How 3 of Super Shell's 9 ingredients fight


engine noise-including one hard-to-hear form of


knock that could lead to real damage


2 Batter Whipped Sunbeam Bread tears
= smoothly, evenly. It's tender because Sunbeam
'is mixed in small batches to lock in freshness
TRY A SWEDISH SUNBEAM POUND CAKE
Flowers Baking Co., Inc., Thomasville, Ga., Jacksonville, Fla.


SHELL scientists will tell you that any
good gasoline should reduce engine
noise. That's why they include no less
than three noise-fighters in Super Shell's
9-ingredient blend. Here's how they work
to help give you a soft-spoken engine-
and top performance.

How Super Shell fights
high-speed knock
High-speed knock makes a sharp, high-
pitched noise-like metal tapping against
metal. Because it's most likely to occur
in hot engines at turnpike speeds, high-
speed knock is often difficult to hear.
But even though you may not hear it,
high-speed knock can pound away at
pistons-even lead to costly damage.
Fortunately, high-speed knock isn't too
common. But Shell scientists have known
about it for a long time. Ever since they
pioneered the development of a substance
called Alkylate to help control high-speed
knock in aircraft engines. Today, Alkylate
is an ingredient in Super Shell gasoline.

How Super Shell fights wild ping
Wild ping doesn't last long. It sounds like
the erratic beat of a nervous drummer.


This clatter is actually a series of prema-
ture explosions. They're caused by glow-
ing deposits that ignite the fuel too soon.
Super Shell's famous TCP* additive
tackles this problem. It acts to "fireproof"
deposits that might glow. Result: chance
of wild ping is greatly reduced.

How Super Shell fights
ordinary knock
Most people have heard ordinary knock.
It may sound to you like marbles dropping
into an empty oil drum.
Super Shell's anti-knock mix is so
powerful that a teaspoon per gallon is
enough to raise anti-knock rating a
full five points.
This anti-knock mix helps regulate the
combustion of Super Shell. Thus, each
piston gets a firm, even push. Not a sharp,
jarring jolt.
Now, read how the other six ingredi-
ents in Super Shell's 9-ingredient blend
help you get top performance.

How Super Shell's other ingredients
help you get top performance
Cat-cracked gasoline helps your engine
deliver smooth, even power.


Gum preventive helps keep carburetors
clean inside.
Platformate is for extra mileage.
Butane is for quick starts.
Pentane mix is for fast warm-ups.
Anti-icer (added in cold weather) helps
check carburetor icing.
Try a tankful of Super Shell today.
Then, you'll know what top performance
really is.
'Trademark for Shell's unique gasoline additive. Gasoline
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62 April 15 Deadline for Ministers to Elect Research
To Participate In Social Security
April 16 is an important deadline ed, quoting a report of the Social In F ig h t
for many of us, but especially for Security Administration.
ministers: who want Social Secur- Ministers who let the April 16
ity credit for their earnings, ac- deadline go by without filing will (Below is the article, written
cording to John V. Carey, Dis'rict not have a chance to participate in by Chesley Fensom, that won
Manager of the Panama City So- the Social Security program, second place in a cancer essay
cial Security Office. Ministers who The Social Security Office for County Chalrter of the ACS in the
have not yet taken action and who this area is located at 1135 Harri- Port St. Joe High School).
want to participate in the Social son Avenue, Panama City, tele- Port St Joe High School).
Security program must indicate so phone PO 3-5331.
by filing a waiver certificate with ------ RESEARCH IN CANCER
the local Internal Revenue Service Want Ads GeiL Res iltE by Chesley Fensom
Office before April 16.
Carey emphasized that the deci- Our ancestors in this country
sion to participate in the Social faced grave dangers everyday. They
Security program is up to the min- went into the wilderness and riskecl
er but that his office will be death, starvation, Indian attacks
glad to answer any questions. Aey were in
leaflet which explains how minis- stant danger, but had the courage
ters can obtain Social Security cov- W o to face their problems and our
erage is vaailable at your nearest cunt was settled.
Social Security Office. Today, we the people of the Unit-
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percent of the full-time ministers A ent kind of fear. There is the fear
who are eligible for Social Security of nuclear annihilation and of can-
coverage had elected to have their cer, one of 'the leading causes of
earnings credited toward future death. We must also have the cour-
old-age, survivors, and disability ,OD age to face the problem's and fears
insurance benefits, Carey conclud- of our times and overcome them.
iWe can conquer the fear of can-
cer through research. At present,
I of every dollar 'that the Cancer
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discovery is acting as a stepping
acoleeC ng as stepig Miss Margaret Ward
stone leading to a complete cure. Ss r e W d
We may see the value of research Selected To Fraternity
recently in .the very successful or-
bital flight of John Glenn which Columbia, Mo.-Miss Margaret
lessened our fear of nuclear anni- Elizabeth Ward of Port St. Joe has
dilation. Research scientists spent been selected for membership into
hiation. Research scientists spent Phi Theta Kappa, national junior
years to accomplish this goal. college honorary scholastic frater-
Cancer research scientists have nity, at Stephens College here. To
een working for years to find a hbe chosen for this organization a
complete cure for cancer. They student must rank in the upper
ohale not yet accomplished this seven per cent of the student body,
goal, but through .continual re- must be carrying at least 12 aca-
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strides. They have l found many herself a constructive and ,respon-
things that help to cause cancer sible citizen.
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is detcelted early enough. These and Mrs. S. R. Stone, 804 16th
men who accomplish this goal will Str d Mrseet.
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Many scientists devote their lives I
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new equipment, which can only be
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American Cancer Society. We, he
people, must realize this and give
them our full support. Remember,
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Dutes of School Board Member


This -week the Port St. Joe Jay-, The county school board has the
cees want to familiarize the peo-i authority to say, where your child
ple with the elective office of goes to school, what books he or
*County School Board member. she will be taught from and :by
There is very little discussion whom he or she will be instructed.
about the county school board mem- The board has the authority to
,ber races, but these officials have -fix the county school tax levy, in
a tremendous financial: as well as,order to gain the necessary funds
a -moral responsibility to the peo- i to operate the next fiscal year.
pie of our county. I n oethr words the county school


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Prayer Service (Wednesday) ---.. 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School ---- ---- 10:00 A.M. -
Vi morning Worship .-_-_._. 11,:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
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CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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authorized financial procedures.
11. Provide for the keeping of ,11
necessary records and the making
of all needed or required reports.


12. Cooperate with federal, state,
county and municipal agencies.
13. See that all laws and rules
and regulations of the state board


or of the county board are properly nurse porgam or a one-year course THE STAR, P6d* it. Joe, I a.
enforced. in practical nursing in a recognized THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1962.
14. Cooperate with county super- training school.
intendent. 16. Assume such -other responsi-' to provide for the -more efficient
15. Any county ,board of public abilities and exercise such powers operation of the county school sys-
instruction or boe .lbf county corn- and perform such duties as may be tem in carrying out the purposes:
missioners may create scholarships, assigned to it .by law or as may be and objectives of the school code.
loans or other financial assis ance required 'by regulations of :the
to persons qualified as candidates state board or as, in the opinion
for either a ithree-year professional of the county board, are necessary BOOST PORT ST. JOEl


board is in fact a corporation and
as such can do as it desires with-
in. the limitations of the laws of
the State of Florida.
The county school board mem-
-ber, whose term of office is four
years, is .responsible for the organi-
zation and control of the schools
in our county.
Our county is divided into five
school districts. Each district is
represented by one school board
member. He must live in the dis-
trict from -which he was elected.
If the member should move out of
his district he -will no longer be a
school 'board member. The Gover-
nor will then appoint someone to
fill the vacancy until the next elec-
tion.
As in -other political offices, the
county board member shall' repre-
sent the entire county rather than
represent any .one district in 'the
county.
A county school board member's
salary is $100.00 a month. He re-
ceives no money for travel expen-
ses incurred in the county but is
reimbursed for travel expenses out
of the county.
The follo-wing are -the general
powers of the School Board:
1. Determine policies. The coun-
ty board shall determine and adopt
such policies as are deemed neces-
sary 'by it for the efficient opera-
tion and general 'improvement of
the county school system.
2. The county board shall adopt
such rules and regulations to sup-
plement those prescribed by the
state Iboard as in its opinion will
contribute to the more orderly and
efficient -operation of the county
school system.
3. The county board shall adopt
such minimum standards as are
considered desirable by it for im-
proving the county school system.
4. Contract, -sue and be sued.
5. The county ,board may per-
form those duties and exercise re-
sponsibilities which are assigned
to it by law or by regulations of
'the state baord and in addition,
those -which it -may find to be e-
cessary .for -the improvement of the
county school system in carrying
out 'the purposes and objectives of
the school code.
The following are the powers
and duties of the county board:
1. Require minutes -and records
-to 1be kept.
2. Retain possession of all pro-
perty to which title is now held by
the county board and to obtain
possession of and accept and hold
under proper; title all property
which may at any time 'be acquired
by the county board for education-
al purposes. !
3. Authorize the assembling of
all data and the making of school
surveys essential to the -develop-
ment of a school program for the
entire ,county and-tp adopt such
a program as the basis for operat-
ing the schools.
4. Establishment, o r g a nization
and operation o schools.
5. Designate positions to be fill-
,ed, prescribe qualifications for
those positions and provide for the
appointment, compensation, promo-
tion, suspension and dismissal of
employees.
6. Provide for the proper -account-
ing for all children of school age,
for the attendance and control of
pupils at school, for ,proper atten-
tion to health, safety and other
matters relating to the welfare of
children.
7. 7. Provide adequate instruc-
tional aids for all children as tol-
lows:
(a) Adopt courses of study for
use in the schools of the county;
provided, that such courses shall
-comprise materials needed to sup-
plement minimum courses of study
prescribed by the state board for
all schools.
(b) Provide for proper requi-
sitioning, distribution, accounting,
storage, care 'and use -of all text-
books and otier books furnished
by 'the state and .furnish such oth-
er textbooks 'and library books as
may be needed.
(c) Provide such other teach-
ing accessories and aids as 'are
needed to carry out the program.
(d) Establish and maintain
school libraries or school libraries
open to 'the public and, in addition,
such traveling or circulating librar-
ies as -may be need-ed for -the pro-
per operation of the county school
system.
8. Transportation of pupils.
9. Approve plans for locating,
planning, contsructing, sanitation,
insuring, maintaining, protecting
and condemning school property.
10. Take steps to assure children
adequate educational facilities thru


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BOWLING NEWS
(Continued from page 3)
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE
The Merchant's League closed
out their season last Monday in
great fashion. Custom Shop drop-
ped the first game .to Stone's Bar
'but came 'back to bury Stones for
three points. Turnmer was top gun
for ithe fender menders with 494
followed by Sarge Zelichowski with
477. Richardson ,and Galvan tied
with 425 along with Lighthills 332.
Pat Kelly .tried to help Stone's Bar
with a fine 502. The rest of Stones
just couldn't get started and took
their last week on the lanes down
the loss column.
The Pridgeon Agency fell flat on
their face Monday land only sal-
vaged a half point from the last
place Phillip's "66" crew. Dial rol-
led a fine 558 for Phillip's to do
the greatest amount of damage -to
Pridgeons. Tommy Prid-geon rolled
488 for his team and Bob Nedley
was second with 448. Waring Mur-
dock and Jimmy Costin ,both felt
the "jinx" of alleys .three and four
with 43-5 and 347. Whitehurst had
434 to end up the Pridgeon team.
Hart had 462 with a fine 193 first
game for the "66" team.
Pat's Wonder Bar had a leader
Monday night and that was the
-story all' the way 'as -the Irishmen
swept four games from Pate's
Shell Service. B. I. Mobley was the
one who paced Pat's with -his 241,-
169 and 163 for a 573 series to top
the Pat's score list. Jake rolled
561 -to -come in second for the Won-
der Bar team followed by team-
mate "Ski" who -rolled 478. Gon-
zalez and Pendergraf-t rolled 472
and 468 to add -to Pat's series of
2552. Don Sickmon led Pate's scor-
ing with 448 with Lane's 415 sec-
ond. Grover and Luie Holland rol-
led 372 'and 333. Bill Tew had 359
to end up the Pate's scores.
Woolford's let Pylant's win 'the
fir-st game and -then 'behind Don
-Huffman came 'back to crush Py-
lant's for three points. Don was
-hot as he rolled 185,191 and 236 for
a 612 series. The closest his 'part-
ners -came to catching him was 469
rolled 'by Adams. Boyer rolled 445
to leave "never 'a doubt" Kerrigan
holding down his old position of
fourth high -with his 422. Bob "slam-
med" (and I am not kidding) games
of 136. 143 and 143 to add to his
core of, -should I say "hidden tal-
ents". Bob iShaw .started off hot
but -cooled off from 190 to 138 for a
488 .series. Jim Atkinson kept get-
. ing better or Pylant's rolling 131,
139 and 189 for a 459 series. Randy
McClain stuck with Kerrigan all
-the way by rolling a 422 also.
These are the final standings of
the Merchant's League:
Team W L Pct.
Woolford's 75 37 .670
Wonder Bar 671/2 441/2 .604
Pridgeon's 61 51 .545
Custom Shop 56 56 .500
Stone's Bar 54 58 .482
Pate's Service 49 63 .437
Pylant's 46 66 .411
Phillip's "66" 391 /2 722, .351
All awards and prize money will
be -presented !this Sunday afternoon
at 2:00 p.m. at the Stac House.
This will be a joint meeting with
the Commercial League and maybe
the Industrial League if they have
their season complete. Officers for
the next season of the Merchants
and Commercial Leagues will be
elected at this time also. Everyone
is invited to come and see the tro-
phies given out to the winners.
Want Ada Get ResiltE
-ATTEND PTA
ATTEND PTA


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BOWLING


NEWS


COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Industrial League. Tommy Prid-
Florida National Bank stopped gean rolled a 236 game and 574
Michliglni Chemical for all four series to lead the pack with Jake
points last week in a close race. close behind with a 234 game and
Bob Kerrigan was high for the 559 series. Waring Murdock had a
bankmen with 479 along with Wal- 534 with Jimmy Costin edging out
ter Dodson's 467. Michigan Chemi- his brother, 482 to 479. The four


cal, using only three men, could-
n't get ,started as McCormick was
high with 448. Frank Dennis rolled
408 with Gardner's 327.
Vitro dropped SJPC Office for
three big points and 'also a chance
for second place. Bob Shaw found
the mark with 565 for a series. Big
"Ski" Grabowski ran a close sec-
ond with 506 followed by Mobley's
472 adn McClain's 461. Grimes was
low for the Cape men with 389.
"Doc" Williams rolled 498 or the
Paper Company, with -Lee Taylor
having 424. Tom Ford had two


points sews up the second half for
the Sweepers 'and also the League.
Sonny Floyd rolled his high this
year with 448 and McKnight had
428. George lost some more coffee
with his 345 but edged out Jim
Powell's 339.


The Commercial League
ings are as follows:
Team W L
Costin's 38 14
Philco 'Corp. 37 19
Vitro 29 19
Fla. Nat. Bank 29 19
SJPC Office 30 22


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rough last games but still hit 404, Michigan Chem. 14 30 .318
along with John Howard's 384. Har- St. Joe Motor 13 35 .271
ry Tison really had a rough night Floyd's 6 38 .136
with his 331. Vitro rolled a nice Awards and prize money will be
second game of 870. awarded this Sunday after tonight's
Costin's warmed up for the matches are complete and all make
Southeastern Bowling Conference, up games finished. Tonight's mat-
with a four point victory over ches are as follows:
Floyd Chevrolet. The Sweepers SJPC Office vs Michiga nChemi-
rolled' games of 768, 903 and 957 cal, alleys one and two.
for a high 2628 series. The 957 Costin's vs St. Joe Motor, alleys
game is highest rolled in the city three and four.
scratch and the 2628 series is 6nly Vitro vs Fla. National Bank, al-
one pin shy of matching the leys five and six.
league-leading Vitto team of ,the (Continued on Page 12)


S. old Arrow, Silver Arrow.
Lirge Crowd Of Cub Scouts Meet At Asher Carmichael, Assistant Den
ner,' Denner.
Stac House for Regular Meeting alin Jnson. ..
w Rickey Winters, Assistant Den-
ner, Wolf, Gold Arrow, Silver Ar-
Approximately 60 ,Cub' Scouts, Blan. row.
parents, leaders and friends met at Den 3, Mrs. Bill Winters, Den
the Stac House Thursday night at Mother: Cubs, Kenneth Small, Jim Billy Barr, Wolf.
7:30 p.m. for the regular monthly Moore, George Winters, Rickey Steve Belin, Gold Arrow.
Pack 'meeting. Winters, and Wayne Gentry. John Christian, Wolf.
Den 4: Mrs. Tim Boone, Den Mo- Michael Murphy, Wolf.
Cubmaster Jamse Moore called their. Cubs, Henry Boone, Doug Joey Blan, Assistant Denner.
the .meeting ito order with prayer Bowdoin, Kenneth Holt, Asher Car- Greg Burch, Gold Arrow, Bear,
by Leroy Bowdoin, followed by the michael and Walter Hawkins. Gold Arrow, Assistant Denner.
Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. Den 5, Mrs. Robert Faliski, Den Steve Macomber, Gold Arrow.
Jake Belin, Sr., was introduced to Mohter. Cubs, Donald Shoots, Cal- George Winters, Bear, Gold Ar-
the group who in turn presented vin Johnson, Billy Barr and Bobby row 'and Silver Arrow.
the Representative from the spon- Faliski. Jim Simmons, Wolf.
scoring organization, the Rotary Donald Shoots, Wolf.
Club, Chauncey Costin. Mr. Cos- The onthlenneth Small, Bobcat, Service
tin ,brought to the Cub Pack the sented by Den 1, Mrs. Edwin Pe- Star.
new Charter which will expire Feb- fers, Den Mother. The theme of the Jim Myrick, Service Star, Wolf.
ruary 28, 1963. He commended the month was the basis, that being Absent from the meeting 'and not
Pack for its achievements adn call- "Islands of the World". Costumes receiving their awards were Don-
ed attention to 'the fact that the and information on the islands ald Shootos, Calvin Johnson', Jim
Charter contained a 15-year stamp were 'presented as follows: Philip- Simmons and Jim Myrick.
signifying 15 years of satisfactory pine by Stevq Belin, Jamaica by -X
progress. Joey Blan, Cubs by Billy Barr, Ha- Port St. Joe Elementary School
The 'Cubs were taken outside for wali by Chuck Roberts, Formosa by Monday, April 16
a period of recreation while the John Christian, Guam by Michael Ham and potatoes, snap,. beans,
adults held a business meeting. Wimberly, Puerto Rico by Michael carrot sticks, homemade biscuits,
Routine matters and reports were Murphy and Japan by Petey Pet- butter, grape jelly 'and milk.
handled after whimh Mr. Moore an- ers. Tuesday, April 17
nounced a re-organization of the A count oft'persons present show- Sauerkraut and franks, frozen
dens. Cub policy recommends the ed Den 4 the Honor Den for the field peas, sliced tomatoes, cherry
grouping of the boys on a neighbor- second consecutive month. pie, butter, white bread and milk.
hood basis and this was 'the goal Mr. Moore ,announced the theme Wednesday, April 18
of the new set-up. Five dens are in for April, "Cub Scout Troubadores". Cheeseburgers, buttered corn,
operation now with Den Mothers Cub Scouts earning awards were lettuce and tomato salad, banana
and Cubs as follows: as follows: pudding, butter and milk.
Den 1, Mrs. Edwin Peters, Den Petey Peters, Assisatnt Denner, Thursday, April 19
Mother: Bubs, Petey Peters, Ste- Denner. Chicken and noodles, English
phen Belin, John Christian, Bar- Chuck Roberts, Denner, Gold Ar- peas, cabbage slaw, prunes, home
ron Abrams, and Chuck Roberts. row, Silver Arrow. made biscuits, butter and milk.
Den 2, Mrs. Blan, Den Mother: Doug Bowdoin, Denner. Friday, April 20
Cubs, George Anchors, Michael Bobby Faliski, Assistant Denner, Navy beans, ham seasoning, tur-
Wimberly, Dennis Atchison, Steve Denner. nip greens, carrot and raisin salad,
Macomber, Greg Burch and Joey Jimmy Moore, Assistant Denner, cornbread, butter and ice cream.


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Political A


VOTE FOR
Candidate for
School Board Member
From District No. 1
CLYDE BOZEMAN
I wish to announce my candidacy
for Member, Board of Public In-
struction, District Number 1.
I am very much Interested in our
schools. Your problems will be my
pleasure to serve you. Much must
be done to give our county better
schools. Thus, I promise to put
forth every effort available. I am
a deacon, First Baptist Church, We-
wahitchka, member of the PTA,
Mason, First Lieutenant U. S. Army
Reserve, a beekeeper and I am
employed in the mill of the St. Joe
Paper Company.
I will appreciate your vote and
support.
ELECT
JAMES G. McDANIEL
-For County Commissioner
From District No. 2
1 am a candidate for the office of
County Commissioner, District No.
2, subject to the Democratic pri-
maries to be held in May.
A lifetime resident of Gulf Coun-
ty, I have been witness to it con-
tinuing development. I want to be
a more active part in this develop-
ment, to help insure that the bene-
fit of this development is shared by
all the people-through long-range,
careful planning, and through tight-
fisted expenditure of the taxpayer's
money.
I am a firm believer in govern-
ment of, for, and by the people, and
If elected, will base my decisions
on the will of, the majority.
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for


R. H. "Bob" ELLZ

REPRESENTATIVE

GULF COUNTY

R. H. H. (Bob) ElIzey I





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_ .= ALCOHOLICS" ANONYMOUS.. eet


.--- ---. o of County Commissloner itrlet For ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet White City VFW
No. 3. COUNTY COMMISSiONERF every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
I feel my experience as & busi- District Three at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
ness man concerning taxpayers' Elect 'St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for Auxiliary Meets
SA R money will help me to serve the C. L. "Chuck" GIBSON further information or write P. .
people more effectively. Your vote and support in the May Box 535. h
illiams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida If elected, I will at all times 8 Democratic Primary will be ap- The Women's Auxiliary of the
blishlng Company have the people of Gulf County In preciated. y The Women's h
fishing Companymind during transaction of busi- aed. PROMPT and EFFICIENT White City Volunteer Fire Depart-
Editor and Publisher ness concerning tavpayer's money meant met 'at the home of Mrs. Rob-
Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof and. will appreciate your vote and Cla ssifSie Ad. TAX SERVICE ert Daniels on April 4. Twelve
P complaint Department support. l U iSSi ed A s Reasonable Rates members were present. After the
POSTOFFICE Box 3 08 FO ENT: b- J.D. CLARK business meeting, a social hour
ELECT ^^wIr FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed- J. D. CLARK
19, 1937, at the Posloffice, Port St. Joe, room apartment. 617 Woodward
3of March 3, 1879. P S JEDWA D Ave. $45.00 per month. Call or write S rn
of arch 3, 1879. Gene Halley, 2108 Croydon Dr., Tal- Licensed Income Tax i i
lSlinmV" {ahassee, Office phone 222-0550, ext. T enSulta Brt-I n
LY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE 349, home phone, 385-3139. tfc Consultant
$1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50 SMITH FOR RENT: Unfurnished -bedrm1017 Long Avenue
County dia.eo house, 2 baths, living room, din- 3-15 Phone 227-7771 5tp
Candidate for FOR RENT: Unfurnshed 4-bedrm. E L
omissions in advertisements, the publishers Commissioner ing room, kitchen, breakfast room, EL
ge further than amount received for such District 3 utility room, venetian blinds, fire- NOTICE OFFICTITIOUS NAME
place, gas heat. Near gTrammar NOtciCeE OF eCTbgivOUS NAME e W ILLIAM J.
-A caddt t | school. $75.00 mo. Call Mrs. James Notice is hereby given .that the
sA candidate to Perritt, Phone 227-8581. tfc-1-11 undersigned are discontinuing the
serve the people business of St. Joe Builders SSup- Your REPRESENTATi
of Gulf County FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- ply Company 'and -will engage in
1A S room house; newly decorated, on the 'business under the fictitious
If elected I shall endeavor to corner lot, with carport and stor- name of St. Joe Lumber .Company Your VOTE and
serve all the people of Gulf County age space; nice yard and near at P. 0. Box I, in- the City of Port
to the best of my ability. I will en- school. Call 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m. St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida, and SUPPORT in the
RE-ELECT deavor to place the tax-payer's dol- tend to register the -said name M a y Primaries
E. C. HARDENdear to place the er FOR RENT Hoe trailer, com- with the Clerk of the circuit Court
E. C. HARDEN, Sr. lar where It will best serve our couny etely furnished. Located at of Gulf County, Florida. will be apprec-.
I hereby announce my candidacy county. White City. Phone 229-1145 or in- J. P. FLEISHEL 4t iatecd.
for re-election for County Commis- Your Vote and Support will be quire at Rih's Super Mkt. t-2-25 J. B. HARISEL 4-12 iate
sioner from District 2 of Gulf Coun- Appreciated q t Rich's Super Mkt t-2-2 J B HARRIS 4-12
ty, subject to the Democratic pri- *:. s4 :' FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apt. and 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
mary. RE-ELECT bedroom apt. At Simmons Bayou. FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
In announcing for re-election, I WILLIAM ROEMER, Sr. B. L. Presnell, Phone 227-8305. tfc-3 CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
wish to express my sincere and' Member OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
deep appreciation to the people of Board of Public Instruction FOR RENT: 3-bedroom house on GULF COUNTY.
Gulf County for their confidence in District No. 1 First Street. $45.00 mo. See Bill IN CHANCERY.
electing me to this most important I am announcing my intention to Carr at St. Joe Hardware. tfc3-8 j. S. GLEASON, JR., as SEI
position for the past two terms. seek another four-year term as your FOR RENT: One bedroom house, Administrator of Veterans
I believe that with the experience School Board Member from Dis- furnished. One two bedroom du Affairs, an officer of the
of the past 8 years I can do a bet- c O e e fr s furnished. One two bedroom du- affairs, an offer of the
ter job in the future. strict One. The next four years in plex unfurnished. 2-bedroom beach United States of America,
Ster in st lo our school system will be very cri- cottage. Smith's Pharmacy. Phone Plaintiff, E a ste r
I have always stood or the ow- tical and I feel my past experience 227-5111 VS.
est possible taxes, the best and will help me to meet this need FRANKLIN R. POOL and
most economical service to the peo- wisely. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. Ph. MARY L. YATES,F
andple of Gulf County, and I s ask for your vote and support 229-1821. Myrtle Odum. tfc-3-29 Defendants.
and humbly solicit your continued again, in the hope that my service NOTICE
vote and support in my bid for re- in office has justified your confi- FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedrooim TO: FRANKLIN R. POOL, whose
election. dence. At the same time, I say my furnished first floor -apartment. mailing address is P. 0. Box 273,
AIT R, R P0thanks to you for all the cooper. 12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481 Kingfisher, Oklahoma, and all
VOTE FOR tion you've given, me, as well as the or 227-4261. tfc-4-5 parties having or claiming to
ROBERT L. DANIELS entire Board. In asking for re- FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak have any right, title or interest (Next to Cooper
,For County Commissionfr election, I also ask that you con- Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1 in the property herein 'described. (Next to r
From District No. 3 tinue this fine cooperation. On or before the 7th day of May,
I am seeking election to office Your vote and continued support FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame house 1962, the defendant, Franklin R.
as your representative on the will be appreciated. at White City. Large lot. See Da- Pool, and all parties having or Giant Pot Pil
Board of County Commissioners 4 0 vid Rich or call 229-1145. claiming to have any right, title, or G i t Po
from District No. 3. VOTE -FOR and ELECT interest in the property herein de- (Largest Stock In St
This is my first try for public ALVIN McGLON CHAIN LINK FENCE scribed, are required to serve upon
office. I need and ask for your vote COUNTY COMMISSIONER For free estimates call C. W. Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
and your active support. District Number 2 Long, phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25 plaintiff's attorney, whose address Pot
I elected, I promise to serve, to ....If elected to this important office LXHANGE: oWant State of F. is 221- Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, a rge PT Easter L
the best of my ability, as a Corn- Florida, a copy of and sile with the OOT
missioner whose interests will be ay and conscientiously. My deci- ida. Have a good income property the riinal f
your interests-the interests of the sions a t the Board will be the re- or a two bedroom home in So. al- Clerk o said Court the original of
people of Gulf County. osu at of logio and good buwb iness ifor-nia to trade. Agent 1543 E. Flor- an answer to the bill of' -complaint ERS IN ST. JOE ESPEC
people of GuCoun.of logi and good business fia tAeHmet .543 E 4-filed herein for the foreclosure of POLLY HAYES FOR T
sense. In representing the people,ida Ave., Hem Cali. 2 5 a mortgage upon the .following de-
ELECT I will be fair and impartial. In hand- FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom scribed 'property in' Gulf County, or CEMETERY.
PRESTON T. McCORMIOK ling your money and tohse of your brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph. Florida, to-wit: .
For County Commissioner problems the Board is legally au- 648-4128, J. A. Mira. Lot Two (2), Block One Hundred
From District No. 3 thorized to help you with, I will Nine (109), St. Joseph's Addition
I am a candidate for the office have an open mind and a sympa- FOR SALS: 2 bedroom house 1308 of 'the City of Port St. Joe, Flor- Roses C rn ti
thetic ear. I will vote for spending Long Ave. Garage and utility ida, Unit No. 7, according to the Roses, Carnatia
Money only after hardnosed exam- room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636. official ,plat -thereof on file in the
Sination of facts convinces me the office of the Clerk of -Circuit *t
expenditure is worthwhile, neces- INCOME TAX SERVICE: Call 648- -Court, in Plat Book 2, page 7. Tulips, Stocl
""- sary. At the same time I will have 4436 after 5:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. WITNESS my hand and ine offi-
.. no truck with special interest Chuck Gibson. 13tp-1-4 cial seal of 'said .Court at' Wewa-
groups, unless their interests are TIME IS RUNNING OUT: Prompt, hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, this ,
alsothose of thegeneral welfare expert tax filing. Reasonable fee 31st day f March, A. D. 962. SPECIAL ON 1
Sof the people. I have no patience -deductible J D Clark 1017 Lon /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE OT
With those who would use the Com- As eductble. J. D.27777ark, 1017 Log EO CORE LARGE POT LILY, MU]
mission and the people's money to Gulf County, Florida HYDRANGEA AnywherC
T further their own selfish interests. JUST RECEIVED: Office desks, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-4-5ncludin all cha s and
I have always been that way and steel filing cabinets, plenty of -
I'm too',*Id to change now. good bedding (both new and used) IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S April 14, 1962. Don't W,
If you want a Commissioner attractive assortment of tables for COURT, GULF COUNTY, (applicable to Eas
SE whose cards are always on the ta- living, dining, bedroom and den; FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
v E ble, I would like to have your vote suites, lamps, chests, wardrobes, IN RE: Estate of
and your valuable support. children's furniture, strollers and BLANCHE I. WHITTEN, t ll 2 -
S* toys, typewriters, ranges, rugs, Deceased.
W. J. "Joe" FERRELL dreds of other i'ems. We deliver. FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
Member SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Notice is hereby given that I
X Board of Public Instruction Monument Ave., Phone 227-4051. have filed my final returns as Exec-
District Number 3 ARDEN SPADING: Hav rotary utrix of -the 'Estate of Blanche I.
I am seeking to serve you as your GARDEN SPADING: Have-rotary Whitten, deceased; that I have fil-
.- School Board member, merely be- spader for hie. Leo Birgenheir. ed my petition or distribution and
cause I am interested in the pro- Phone 648-4461 after 5:00 p.m. 2t e yein discharge, and that on THE GULF COUNTY MIN
gress of our school system and the -FOR SALE: Royal port able type- April 30, 1962, I -will apply to the
advancement of learning facilities -writer. Good condition, $40.00. 14 Honorable -Sam P. Husband, Coun- ANNOUN
for your children. 'foot fiberglass boat with trailer and ty Judge of Gulf County, Florida,
I I I feel that I am capable to fur- 18 hlip. Evinruide motor. All 1960 for approval of -said final returns
Orth |Th eMSO nish the leadership that is needed models, used very little. Bargain and for an order of distribution, and
S hn to run the business of the Gulf at $450.00. New set of Evinrude for final -discharge as Executrix of
more than a horse-and- County School Board. motor controls, never used. Sell the Will o Blanche I. Whitten, de- ci
a lot more people, faster I am earnestly desirous of doing -for $12.00. 401 16th St., or call 227- ceased.
my part to better Gulf County 5361. ltp March 24, 1962.
rse-and-buggy ever did. schools, and would appreciate your /s/ Adrienne Fleishel Executive Secretary, U
y's prescription drugs, vote and support on May 8. WANT STATE of FLA. Have a Executrix of Estate of
of more disease good income property or a two Blanche I. Whitten, Will Sp
of more diseases RE-ELECT bedroom home in, 'So. Calif. to trade. Deceased. 4t-3-29
'e rapidly than the old- OTIS PYLE Agent, 1543 E. Florida Ave., Hem2et, CECIL G. COSTIN, JR. A a La
rugs ever could. That's Member Calif. 2tp-4-12 221 Reid Avenue ALCOHO -NARCO
Port -St. Joe, Florida
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe- Attonney for Executrix
I District Number Three their planning to move across _
Biggest Bargain In History I pledge to continue to do all that town or across the nation, you may ... ..........
I can for the Schools of Gulf Co. be sure that your most priceless .
AA Y EXPERIENCED-CAPABLE belongings are in experienced and
HARM ACYThis will count in the years ahead capable hands. We represent May- TONIGHT A
Pharmaceutical Chemist 4o* flower, nationwide movers. Call us CLASSIFIE ADS
or our Prescription Customers ELECT for f r e e estimates. SURPLUS
k Door. OSCAR L. ROBERTS SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument Midget Investments With FIRST M ETHOI
Rear of Our Store District Foiur THERE WILL BE a regular com- Giant Re THE PUBLIC IS CO
27 -5111 Subject to Democratic Primary munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodgo
~ ,27-5111 'PROGRESS with ECONOMY No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and -, '-...... -....-..-. .
Your Vote and Support will be third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. -: -. :-- o. .--.. -- -
Appreciated



RATIC RALLIES AlMROY K. BACKSHEAR, SeT
EPTIC TANKS pumpted out. Call lfll r
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
Iick expert mrvice. tfc flh
)ulf County Democratic Executive Committee .AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 AND YOU'LL FIND THE
TIME DATEP hour. Cut your lawn and let me
lTIME DATE PLACE 7orry with upkeep of mower. Gultf
Sp.m. (EST) April 7 --- Stafford's Store Seon tone .ubrey R. Tomlin- TOOLS PAINT GARDEN SUPPLIES
) p.m. (EST) April 14 Stripling's Store R. A. M.-Regular convocation of

) p.m. (EST) April 21 School House 2d nd 4t.h Mondays. All visit- You need to fix up your home and yard here under one roof.
Si n ----- C 0 OUS g companions welcome. Famous SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS for better pro-
Sp.m. (EST) April 28- Hardy's Store E ert M arlnd, Se h Priet section for your home.


p.m. (CST) April 28 ---_ Smith's Sundries SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. o.
p.m. (EST) May 5-- Across street O. F.-Meets second and fourth Package of Four Gardening Tools $1.95
) p .m (EST ) M a y 5 - A cro ss street fro m S g .r ll8 n Am1i an me b r of to
West Fia. Gas Co. attend.
West Fla. Gas Co. Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
?s Are Invited to Speak at Each Rally secretary: J.. MartiW iley's Supply
man **.,WILL-I-S V. ROWAN, POST 116, ( Spl
man SAMMY PATRICK THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet. (Formerly Fuller's Supply)
ing first and third Tuesday Phone 227-7281
nights, 8:00 p.m. Amerloan Legion
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was enjoyed with refreshments be-
ing :served by the hostesses, Mrs.
Daniels and Mrs. Neva Crorton.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Joe Evans Wed-
n'seday, April 18 at 10:00 -a.m. All
ladies of White City are cordially
invited to attend.
The Auxiliary made $110.00 sell-
ing cakes, coffee, etc. at the politi-
cal rally Saturday.


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