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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 19, 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"


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


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962 NUMBER 29


Robert Costin Wins Jaycee Theme

Contest On "My True Security"


Robert Costin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Chauncey Costin was the
winner last week of a Jaycee
sponsored theme writing contest
on the theme, "My True Secur-
ity". Costin's entry was judged
best in competition with other
Senior students in Port St. Joe
High School.
The theme of Costin's: article
was based on his faith in God as
his, "true security".
The theme has been tape re-
corded and will be entered by the
Port'St. Joe Jaycees in state com-
petition. The entry will be based
on subject matter, composition
and delivery of his address.


For being the local winner, Cos-
tin received a check for $15.00
-presented by the Citizens Feder-
al Savings and Loan Association
of Port St. Joe. In the above pho-
tograph, Jaycee Jake Koller,
chairman of the project, (left)
is shown presenting the check to
Costin.
Mrs. Margaret Biggs conducted
the contest for the Jaycees 'in the
high school. The winning theme
was recorded with the tape fur-
nished by Radio Station WJOE.
If Costin wins in the state con-
test, he will receive a two year
scholarship to the University of
Miami.


Good Friday Servic


To Begin at Noon Tomorrow

The Gulf County Ministerial
Association is sponsoring a Good Duties of State Representative Are
Friday Service at the Pentecostal
Holiness Church, Friday, April i t yc s Public
20 from 12:00 noon until 3:00 AsService
p.m. The program will be on'the
Seven Last Words of Jesus from (This is the third In a series mary elections are held prior to
the Cross. of articles published by the Jay- general election.
The following ministers will cees designed to acquaint you To qualify for office, a person
give meditations: Rev. Hubert with the duties of the elective must 'be 21 years of age and a it4l-
White, Rev. Charles Parker, Rev. offices which will be selected In zen -of the United States who -hbas
J. C. Odum, Rev. Coyt Jordan, the May Primaries and published lived in Florida at least one year
Rev. W. A. Frye, Rev. John Car- as a public service by The Star) and has lived in his county at least
michael and Rev. W. G. Mozell. This week the Port St. Joe Jay- six months. No one may serve as
The public is urged to attend. cees -bring you the duties and qual- legislator while holding a profitable
The program will be divided in- ifications of the elective office of office or appointment under the
to 25 minute periods so that State Representative. United States Government or this
those woh cannot attend the en- state.
tire service will be able to leave This office usually provides one The pay of a legislator is $1200
when they must. of the most interesting races in per year, ,paid in monthly install-
e:. *:. every county throughout -the state. ments of $100,00 each. While the
The Ministerial Alliance will The interest .in. the race stems from legislature is in. session, 'a legis.
sponsor the annual Easter Sun- the primary duty of a State Rep- lator receives a daily 'allowance of
rise services Sunday morning at resentative. He is your voice in $15,00 and travel expense of l0c per
6:15 A.M. at the High School the state government, mile for one round .trip each week
football field. The ,primary purpose *of .the leg- to and from home to Tallahassee.
Appearing on the program will islator is to make 'the laws we live
be Rev. Hubert White, song lea- ,by 'and your representative casts |
der; Rev. J. C. Carmichael, call your ballot as to what will and SRD To Begin
to worship; Rev. Reuben Davis, will not be the laws of our state.
prayer; 'Rev. L. V. Williams, The State Constitution -states ReO oving 1 Ilegal
reading the scriptures; Rev. W. that members of the legislature be
G. Mizell, who will deliver the elected biennially -in November of C ns .nR l
message and Rev. C. Byron even-numbered years preceding the aigns O I oauds
Smith will give the benediction. April meeting of the regular ge4- -
The Port St. Joe High School sion of the Legislature. Party pri- The State Road Department will
pand will play the prelude and 'begin removing illegal signs a'nd
the postlude and will play for the .advertisements from the state
cngregptional singing. X-Ray Unit To Be aitaind rights of W in
.-- -- County on April 23, 1,963,
A one u fI O| n May 29 Road Boar4 Chairman John R
Announces Opening ordering the clea-u
.. ..---- program stated that the removal of
The Jolly Golf Fun Center on Embree A. Walker. Director of the signs is .essential to highway
Highway 98 in. Mexico Beach, an- X-ray Surveys, Florida S'tat e safety and expressed confidence
ounces it will be open week ends Board of Health, the Gulf County in the willingness of most sign
oni Friday, Saturday and Sunday. TB and Health Association Com- owners to remove their signs -from
Recognized as one of Florida'a mittee on Mobile Units and the the rights ,of way -ahead of the
most complete fun spots, Jolly Gulf County Health Department work forces.
Golf offers safe, clean, pleasant rec- personnel met on Tuesday, April Entrance signs to private es-


reaction for the entire family. Min- 17 at the Albert L. Ward Memorial
iature golf, bowling, a great variety Health Center for a planning ses-


of amusement games, music and
kiddie rides are featured to please
all ages.
The week end play schedule for
tp present is to 'make available
desirable recreation facilities also
iqr the army personnel presently
on maneuvers in the area.
A gala formal 1962 season open-
ing with daily and Sunday opera-
tion schedule will be announced
around the middle of May.
Free children's Grab Bag Prizes
will be featured each 'Saturday and
Sunday at 3:00 ip.m. All children
are invited. There is no cost or ob-
ligation.


sion regarding the Mobile X-ray
Unit for Gulf County.
The Mobile X-ray Unit will lbe in
Gulf County, May 29 through Jupe
9.
All citizens are urged to have
their chest X-ray during this time.
The Gulf County TB and Health
Association, the Florida State
Board of Health and the Gulf
County Health Department are
combining efforts to bring the
Unit 'to this county in an effort to
discover tuberculosis and also oth-
er diseases of the chest such as
tumor, enlarged heart, bronchiecta-
sis .and emphysema.


taiblishments will be among those
removed when such signs encroach
upon the rights of way.

Ling Begin Running

In St. Joseph Bay
The Lings are here!
Word was received by The Star
Tuesday afternoon that two 21-
pound Ling had been caught from
the Mexico Beach fishing pier.
The first Ling of the year was
caught early Tuesday afternoon at
the new fishing pier. The lucky
fisherman was Billy Joe Davis of
St. Joe Beach, who used a white
feathered 'lure to make the catch.


4 games missed during the reg-
ular schedule.
- Every'che'-ln. ,Port St. Joe- is: ur-
ged to attendd the games and Ifp-
port the Little Boys Baseball iro-
gram.

Band Festiva Rating
Made Clear By Dean

Last week's Star carried a news
article on the results of the band
festival last week end in Perry.
The article stated that the band
received a "superior" rating on 'all
phases of the .contest. The Star at-
tempted to contact 'band director
Herman Dean to get these facts
but Dean was unavailable. Princi-
pal Leroy Bow'd'oin gave us the ip-
formation. we were asking for, but
Bowdoin and The Star found out
Friday 'that we were wrong.
Herman Dean corrected the arti-
cle this week 'by stating that the
-band received a "superior" rating
in marching and sightreading and
an "excellent" rating in concert.
Although this is an excellent
rating, the one "excellent" rating
kept ithe band from being eligible
to go to the state festival which
will be held in Daytona Beach on
May 10, 11 and 12.
Bandmaster Dean stated that he
was very well pleased with the
band's performance.
The 'band is planning a concert
in May to help defray their expen-
ses to the Festival'.
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Slow Pitch Softball
Season Began Monday
The men's "'slow-pitch" softball
league play got underway here
Monday night at Centennial Field.
In the opener, Wewahitchka State
Bank defeated 'the Florida Nationai
Bank, 3 to 2. Lions Club defeated
vitro, 8 to 9.
Games will be played with the
same four teams performing each,
Monday and Thursday night thru
the season. Game times are 7:00
aind 9:.00 ip.m., with a double hea-
der slated each Monday and Thurs-
day night,

NOTICE
The Board of County Commis-
slioners of Gulf County, Florida,
will hold its regular day meeting
for 'the month of May on the 9th
'day of said month at 9:00 a.m.,
CST.
The regular meeting of the sec-
ond Tuesday in said month was
postponed because of the First
Primary Election.
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida.


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Telephone Company Announces New

Phone Books Are Being Prepared

Preparations begin here Monday, Anyone 'desiring to make such
April 23 for the publication of the changes. should contact the local
new July, 1962, St. Joseph Tele- Telephone Company Business Of-
phone and Telegraph Company Tel- fice at the earliest possible -date.
epihone Directory serving Apala- -
chicola, Altha, Blountstown, Bris. ll
tol, Chattahoochee, Port St. Joe, LBB Play Will
The Beaches, Carrabelle and yWewa-
hitchka. Begin Monday
During the last 12 months, more
than 400 telephones have (been ad- Port St. Joe's 1962 Little Boys
ded to the 'St. Joseph telephone Baseball will get underway on
,system, 'and the new directory is Monday afternoon of next week
expected 'to be larger and contain with games being slated in both
more pages than ever before. the National and American Lea-
Today, telephone 'activity in the gues.
area has increased to a point Game time Monday has been
where there are an 'average of 21,- set at 5:00 p.m., with Mayor
.000 local calls made every day. Out- Frank Hannon tossing out the
going long distance calls topped first ball in both leagues.
1,100 per ,day in 1961, and all this The Little Boys Baseball Lea-
adds up to the creation of an even gue beginning its seventh year of
more important role for the tele- operation has 120 boys in the
phone directory serving your com- program this year, between the
munity. ages of eight and 13.
The last .day for making addi- Games will be played in both
tions, deletions or changes in the leagues on Monday, Tuesday,
directory will be Friday, May 11. Thursday and Friday afternoons
only until school is out. With the
closing of the school year, night
games in both leagues will get
tinderway. Wednesday after-
s S et toons will be used for make-up
cf iames missed during the reg-


Clerk.
Upon a vote, all the Commis-
sioners agreed to get the propo-
sal.
The Board received bids on some
lumber to provide 'bleachers for the
Little Boys Baseball parks and the
men's 'softball diamonds. Out of six
requests for -bids sent out, only
one bid was received, and that one
was from St. Joe Builders Supply.
The company bid to sell the 'City
60 pieces -of 2x10x16 wolmanized
number 2 pine -for $280.00 and 40
pieces of 2x8x16 for $140.00. Com-
missioner John Robert Smith mov-
ed the bid 'be 'accepted, seconded
by Duren and all voted aye.
CEMETERY TROUBLES
It was brought out b'y Clerk Wil-
liams that the City has "troubles"
in the Forest Hill cemetery. He re-
ported that 'several graves have
been found in streets and walk-
ways in the cemetery and in sever-
al cases, people 'i'e' 'been buried
in the wrong lot. ~ "
Forest Hill Cemetery is the new
.colored cemetery.
Williams pointed out one case of
error in' which a concrete cross was
erected on a lot (the correct one)
-but there was none buried in the
plot. But, a few plots down the
row is a grave and the funeral' home
marker indicates that the person
meant for the concrete marker is
.buried there. In several other cas-
es, people have bought lots and
then .buried their relatives in the


wrong lot.
The Commission began, to
scratch some heads over this de-
lima.
Mayor Hannon asked attorney
Costin what could be -done about
'the situation? Costin replied that
the only thing to be done was to
arrange with relatives of buried
people to change their lot deeds
and mark the lots 'occupied on
the cemetery map.
Costin stated that the funeral di,
rector must have 'been careless in
selecting the correct lot and urged
the City to write him a letter of
the situation and call him to Port
St. Joe for an orientation of the
cemetery map and if such practices
continue, refuse to let him operate
in Port St. Joe. Mayor Hannon di-
rected Clerk Williams to notify
the funeral director of the Boardsa
intentions.
M.'P. Tomlinson appeared before
the Board and stated 'that the in-
surance forl-the 'Centemlal Build-
ing was due for renewal and wan't-
ed the insurance for his company.
'Some ,discussion was held about
how much of the city .business each
'local concern had and Commission-
er Smith moved that the Clerk pre-
sent a liet of -all City insurance -
policies at the next meeting to al-
low for a more 'equitable distribu-
tion 'of the City's business.
Again the Board had a relatively
short meeting, adjourning at S:45


To add to the financial woes of
the City, Williams pointed out that
some $16,000 in principal and inter-
est in special assessments .on pav-
ing, sidewalks and water 'and sewer
extensions had been paid the City
last year land had not 'been remit-
ted to three of the lein holders.
This is past due and the current
-payments on the leins and interest
are also due. This money was due
to only three of the lein holders
with other payments also past due
'but not totalled Iy the Auditor and
Clerk 'as yet.
This money was 'borrowed by the
City General Fund for general op-
erations last year.
The Board 'did discuss -transferr-
ing $16,000 from the Hospital im-
provement fund to the General
Fund to alleviate the financial
pinch somewhat, butno action was,
taken on this move. It was' pointed
out by Mayor Hannon that .some of
the Hospital improvements had
been paid for out of general fund
money last year, prior to the city
receiving the improvement funds
from some of its income sources.
All .of the hospital improvements
have now been paid for with the
exception of installation of auto-
matic electrical generating equip-
ment. The $16,000, -discussed by -the
Board remains as a surplus.
UNPAID TAXES
In other financial matters clerk
Williams brought before the Board
a list of some $6,000.00 in back
taxes not collected from 1947 to
1960. Commissioner Coldewey made
a motion, -seconded 'by I. C. Nedley
that the list of delinquent taxes :be
advertised and steps taken for col-
lection.
It was also pointed out 'by Wil-
liams that literally "hundreds" of
parking tickets were lying in the
city office unpaid and 'asked what
to -do about them. The Commission
instructed Williams to supply the
Chief of Police with a list and
instructed the Chief to 'take steps
to collect the parking fines.
Commissioner Coldewey mov-
ed that the Commission instruct
the City Clerk to write Smith,
Ryan and Carlisle and ask them
for an approximately cost to per-
form a 'complete audit on the
City Books for the years 1959,
1960 and 1961.
Commissioner Smith asked 'if
Coldewey wanted the books au-
dited this year, with the present
fiscal year half gone and nearly
time for another audit. Coldewey
explained that he wanted a com-
plete audit only of the years stat-
ed to provide a firm basis for the
City Records to be picked up by
the Commission and the new

Former Clerk Posts Bond
After Arrest Thursday

According to Sheriff B. E. Par-
ker, the Sheriffs Department of
Gulf County placed former Port
St. Joe City Auditor and Clerk R.
W. Henderson under arrest serv-
ing a Capias which was filed
against him by the State's Attor-
ney, J. Frank Adams.
The Capias was filed with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, George
Y. Core on Monday, April 9 and
was served on Henderson on
Thursday, April 12, according to
Sheriff Parker. Henderson im-
mediately posted a $5,000 pro-
perty bond.
According to Sheriff Parker,
the bond is returnable at the reg-
ular August term of Circuit Court
which will convene on the second
Monday in August.


City Appears 'Broke'


The City of Port St. Joe found out that it was broke Tuesday when City Auditor and
Clerk Jack B. Williams informed the Commission that there was only about $9,000 in the
City accounts at the bank. Williams said the General Fund had a balance of $5,000 while
the Water and Sewer Fund had a balance of about $4,000.00. He also stated checks for
most of these amounts had been written but not mailed and current bills were also due.
This does not mean that this is all the money the City has to operate on for the re-
mainder of the current year, as several sources of revenue, such as the water and sewer de-
.partments continue to supply some money for operation along with various small taxes.


GARDEN CLUB TEACHERS-Pictured above are the
two instructors who conducted the Garden Club horticul-
ture and flower arranging classes last week end at the
Episcopal Parish House. The instructors are, Mrs. Kath-
erine Walker of Pensacola (left) and Mrs. Millard David-
son of Tallahassee. (Star photo)

Garden Club Flower Show School

Termed "Successful" By Club Officers

A very successful Flower Show tices.
School, Course I, came to a close I Mrs. James Tankersley, was gen-
Saturday at noon when those who eral chairman. She stated that the
plan to become qualified flower attendance was good and that quite
show judges completed their exam- a number took the examination and
nationn, have now completed the first step
Course I includes four hours of toward becoming qualified judges.
the study of horticulture, four In order to 'become a judge, one
hours of flower show practices and! must complete five courses and a
four hours of flower arranging. reading course.
The instructors were Ms. Kathe- The major purpose of this school
ine Walker of Pensacola, who is not to train judges but to give
taught arranging and Mrs. Millard all Garden Club members ,a better
Davidson of Tallahassee w h o knowledge of horticulture, flower
taught horticulture and show prac- j arranging and show practices.


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Beggs. The children were then en- Senior C
Birthday Party te'"tained and served refreshments nIor Class
So popsicle&, chocolate milk and -
Honors Little cae by a jolly red-nosed clown. Play Scheduled
Christie received many nice and
Christie Taylor useful gifts from the following For May 4th
C isieII Taylor guests: Martha Griffith, John Paul F 4thy t
SBlount. Jay Stevens, Hal Hinote,
On Saturday morning, April 14, Connie Rafield, Rick Shuford, Jen- The Senior Class of 1962 will
Miss Cristie Taylor, little daughter nifer Smith, Cindy Medlin, Eddie present a three-act comedy play,
of Mr. and Mrs. Wyane Taylor of Creamer, Charles Kilbourn, Phyl- "No Boys Allowed" on Friday, May
Athens, Georgia was entertained lis Pridgeon, Kathryn Lyons and 4 at 8:00 p.m. in the High School I
here by her grandparents, Mr. and Terri Leisa Hinote. Auditorium.
Mrs. John G. Blount of 523 Seventh Advance tickets will be on sale
Street. The occasion celebrated soon, so be sure to get yours. They


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her third birthday. P nl t eostal -Lr will be sold b y the Senior Class
The guests were entertaedout- t members. Price of admission will
The guests were entertained out-
side in a delightful Easter setting. In Attenda ceDriv e 75cdren for adults and 50c for hi-
The refreshment table was decor, i dren.
ated with a large Easter tree or- The cast of characters will in-
namented with -elaborately decorat- Seven six five four clude the following:
ed Easter eggs and Easter bunnies three two one Mary Dell Ramsey as Rita Bax-
and a large Easter rabbit birthday zero! It's time for the kick-off of ter.
cake. The table which held the fa- the Easter to Pentecost Sunday I
vors was centered with a large School attendance drive "To Dou- Alice Land as Belinda Elliot.
paper-mache Easter rabbit. Stream- ble, Let Your Light Shine". This Dianne Hannon as Jane Baxter.
ers of yellow, pink and .blue were campaign is sponsored by the gen- Kay Creech as Nana Owens.
strung over the .party area and eral Sunday School Department of Faye Key as. Victrola.
effectively .brought together over Ithe Pentecostal Holiness Church. Pat Griswold as Patsy Farrel.
the refreshment table. The Pentecostal Holiness Church Brenda Ward as Edwi.na Cook.
on Garrison Avenue will be letting George Duren as Fred Dana.
The guests were given small their light shine through witness- Sonny Eells .as Leroy Doyle.
Laster 'baskets and enjoyed an ing and winning to have more in Chesley Fensom as Keith Gar-
Easter egg hunt. Terri Leisa Hi- Sunday School Pentecost Sunday land.
rote was given a prize for finding than Easter. Everyone is invited to George Boyer as Harvey Smith.
the golden egg and Jay Stevens be present Sunday to see and hear Curtis. Hammond as O'Brian.
won a prize for finding the most more about how this will 'be done. Larry Davis as Mr. Midnight.
Pastor, Hubert D. White is di- Mercedes Sheppard as Mrs. Dana
recting the program, with the fol- Nelson Hall will act as Master
lowing committee chairmen also of Ceremonies.
serving: Mrs. Bell DuBose, prayer;
Ed Woods, attendance Wesley At- Business managers ibar: Ellen
kins. records; Willie Johnson, visi- Kennington, James Girbson, Ja tce
action; Mrs. Dot Ham, telephone; Anderson, Carl Zimmerman, Pat
Mrs. Jo Ferrell, corerspondence; Kerrigan, Peggy Lewis, Nancy
Harold Presley, program; Mrs. Ma- Tynes and Wanda Williams.
rie Wynn, decorations; Mrs. Sadie Advertising committee is: Mil-
Presley, publicity and promotion; dred Tillman, Robbie Costin, Court-
Eldridge Money, transportation; Sue Durnt, Dvid
nev Martin, Sue Durant, David
Winton Ferrell, ushers and Mrs. Nance Jim Fain and Andrea Mar-
Bernice Gosnell, enlistment. .
There will be special singing by Stage managers are Joe Whaley
the church male quartet from 9:45 and Reva Oakes.
to 10:00 a.m. Group pictures will. Stage arpenters Johnny Ray,
Sbe taken of each of the classes Paul Pre enters:ll, Bobby Ad ams andy,
from cradle roll to teenagers class .. .
as some of the added features to Geoe Klbur..
SlElectrician: James Kennedy.
Stake place Easter. Sunday'" Prompters: Sandra Brown and
Norma Todd.
Make-uip: Mrs: Stone and Billie
Snellgrove.

Auxiliray Asks for

Sacks and Clothes


I I / Big, Big Selection of Boys
Sport Shirts $1.98 up

1-LI | iLarge Selectio nof
SL oHUBBARD SLACKS

Men and Boys Wear $
Outfitters for Dads and Lads Sport Coats $6.95 up


Every day of life
means hope
Every added day a leukemia
victim lives means added hope
that a cure will be found.
American Cancer Society
funds have helped researchers
discover temporary arresters.
And develop an effective vac-
cine for animals. Surely this
part of the Society's
work alone merits your
active support. Fight
cancer with a checkup
and a check. Send your
donation to CANCER,
in care of your local
post office. ?@
,MERICAN CANCER SOCIETY


The Hospital Auxiliary is send-
ing out a plea this week for paper
sacks and children's clothing.
The Auxiliary needs medium and
large size sacks and the clothing
for their Thrift Shop operation on
Reid Avenue.
Anyone having either of these
items they can donate to the Aux-
iliary may have the articles picked
up by calling Mrs. Wayne Hendrix.

Mexico Beach Methodists
Plan 'Easter Egg Hunt
The Mexico Beach First Metho-
dist Church will hold its annual
community Easter egg hunt on Sat-
urday, April 21, at 10:00 a.m. on
the grounds of the church. Chil-
dren of non-members and guests
in the area are all invited to at-
tend.
A planned program to amuse the
children has 'been arranged. Mrs.
Ann Chewning, president of the
WSCS of Mexico Beach, 'is in
charge and has prepared an inter-
esting 'program 'for them. Mrs.
Chewning asks .that all children
bring three Easter eggs with them.


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THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962


Miss Lila Evelyn Shealy Becomes Bride

Of Joe Glenn Polk Sunday, April 15


Miss Lila Evelyn Shealy and Joe
Glenn Polk were united in mar-
riage at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in thel
Oak Grove Assembly of Go d
Church. Rev. Charles Harthlern 'per-
formed the double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. H. Shealy of Port St.
Joe. The bridegroom's parents 'are
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Polk of Pensa-
cola.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride had as matron of honor,
MMrs. Dorothy Leavinas nd Mliss
Willa Dean Glass as 'bridesmaid.
Jack Cox served as best man and
ushers were Don Gardner and Har-
ry Brewton, Jr. Tommy Odom was
ring bearer and Wyvonne Griffin
was flower girl.
Melba Arnold sang, 'accompanied
-by Willadean Lavelle at the organ.
The bride chose a floor length
gown ;of white nylon organza over
ta-ffeta. The fitted bodice held a
pointed collar .and *a tucked center
front with val lace. The veil of pure
silk illusion lowed from a crown
of pearls. She wore short white
gloves and carried a cascade of
white roses centered with a white
orchid.
The 'bridal attendants w or e
gowns of powder 'blue 'and carried
cascades of pink carnations.
Following a reception in the
church hall the newlyweds left on


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a -trip to South Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Polk will make
their home in Pensacola.
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District 2 of State

Garden Club To

Meet Here May 1

"Stepping Stones for Progress"
is the theme chosen for the meet-
ing of District Two, Florida Feder-
ation! of Garden Clubs when they
meet in Port St. Joe on May 1. The
meeting will be held in St. James
Parish House beginning ,promptly
at 10:00 a.m. Coffee from 9:30 to
10:00.
The meetifig will be honored by
the presence of the State President,
Mrs. Jack W. Dunlap. second vice-
president, Mrs. Earl W. Lau and
corresponding secretary, Miss Ma-
ry Nobles will attend 'and take part
on the program.
All club and circle presidents and
their program chairmen are ex-
pected to attend.
At 3:00 p.m. there will be the
dedication of the Blue Star Me-
morial Marker on U. S. Highway
98. This will -be in Constitution
Park facing the Bay.


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Reading Has Been Major Problem

In Furthering Education Progress

For some time reading has been skills are present, the learning pro-
Tecognized as a major problem in cess. is hampered.
education. Where poor reading The first steps to improve our


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,reading pogiraib were started


when the program of testing wa.
introduced about 1910. Since tha
lime much thought, research, tim'
and money has been consumed
The testing movement reveal:
great differences among children
within the same grade group oJ
-many schools. Most schools havy
attempted to adjust their reading
programs to meet the needs of thel:
students by adopting a three grour
system of reading Instructlons nad
organization. This system meets
the needs of the average only and
is inadequate to meet the needs
of the wide range of differences
existing among individual needs of
children.
Research has led to a program
of individualized reading. This
program of individualized reading


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Air Force Adds

New Skills

According to an announcement by
T-Sgt. Earl Williams, local Air
Force recruiter, approximately 100


new skills have been- added to the
current Air Force list of needed
specialities, opening the door to
many former service men who were
formerly barred from getting into
the Air Force due to thei skills not
being needed.
Sergeant Williams, stated 'that
"in addition, many may now reen-
list in the Air Force with thea rank.


permits each child to develop his held at the time of discharge. This
skills and 'progress at his own rate. includes -people from other branch-
Other types -of programs permit pu- es of the services who fit into -a
pils to progress only s onlyas fast as the needed Air Force -career field." The
average of this group. The individ- sergeant add-ed "that, -to top all
ualized program shifts emphasis this, those who qualify may enlist
from the -mechanical to the -think- for the .base of their choice provid-
ing aspects of reading. 'ed a vacancy exists."
Beginning June 18, we will con- Sergeant Williams -advised those


4Ws~"~~iea$k s E~~~~wa~


It takes a lot of
things to keep a
family going


You can insure
the future for those
you love


who might be interested in this


program to see him at 'the Port St.
Joe Post Office any Thursday at
11 *a.m. or contact the office in
Panama City which is located in
the Post Office, room 206. They
may also call POplar 3-1301.

Surf Cafe At Mexico
Beach Has New Owners

The Surf Cafe at Mexico Beach,
adjacent to the new fishing ,pier,
has been -taken over by Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Crooms; Sr., formerly of
St. Louis, Mo., and 'now residents
of the Mexico Beach community.
Improvements and changes 'by
the new management augers well
for a most successful operation.
Among the important improve-
ments are greatly enlarged paved
parking facilities to take care of
patrons, visitors and fishermen of
'both the Surf Cafe and the new
pier.


Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 p.m.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) .......... 7:30 p.m.

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Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Wednesday) .-- 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School ....-----..-------- 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship---------- 11,:00 A.M.
Evening Worship ...--- 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Comfortably Air-Conditioned


duct a reading laboratory of Indi-
Svidualized reading. This laboratory
Sis the result of six years of re-
g search .by Science Research Assoc-
iates. 'It is very common to find
a range of from 5 to 19 reading le-
vels in 'the average classroom. The
materials used to prepare the lab-
oratory were chosen to meet this
need.
When children finish the third
grade they have -been taught the
-basic 'skills ,of reading and -are
then ready to put them into prac-
tice. Through an individualized
reading program students are giv-
en an opportunity to 'develop com-
prehensive skills, word attacks,
build vocabulary, speed and listen-
ing skills at his own rate. No two
pupils are given the same assign-
ment -at the same time and each
pupil corrects his paper immediate-
ly after errors are detected, which
guides pupils toward greater ef-
forts to improve his reading-think-
ing process. Each individual keeps
his record of progress, which guides
him to compete with himself.
If you think you might 'be inter-
ested in enrolling your child, we
would -be happy to discuss this
with you. There will -be a small fee
of $5.00 'to cover the cost of mater-
ials .to be used with the program,
and the program will last for a
period of six weeks.
This doesn't necessarily need -to
great degree. If your -child can 'be
present for the first five or 10 days,
your visits or vacation out of town
would not interfere with the child's
work if hde miss-ed several days.
Remember -this is a individualized
Reading program and -the student
,may 'go as fast or as 'slow as their
'abilities permit. Periods will 'be
provided for those who desire to
'catch up with lesson they might
miss.
Pupils who are good readers will
profit -much by this program due
to their ability to cover much more
-material and develop better read-
ing habits.
If at all possible we would like
to have your child enrolled and
lees paid by June 1 in order to be
-able to order the materials and be
ready -for the .pupils on June 18. I I
interested please contact H. E.
Richards or Frank Barnes at the:
Elementary School.





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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962


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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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BIG "SENDOFF" FOR PORT ST. JOE annual mE
MAN-Langdon S. Flowers (right) direct- area, is cc
or of sales and vice president of Flowers contest w
Baking Co., Inc., of Thomasville, Ga., prizes, a
wishes .success to Thad Grimes as he paid vaca
leaves the company's plant after the big


"Cancer Quackery" Said Big Problem

In Cure.of Cancer In Many People


(This article, "Cancer Quack- dents on ti
ery" was written by:Alice Land CANCI
and received third place in judg- By
ing of articles written by Port No discuss
St. Joe Senior High School stu- plete without


he theme of cancer.)
ER QUACKERY
ALICE LAND
sion of cancer is conm-
t a necessary word of


Why is Sunbeam Bread


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1 because it's mixed the old-fashioned way, half a
on at a time. Uneven baking makes it less tender,


a 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, FIa.


meeting. Grimes, who serves this
competing in Flowers' spring sales
whichh began April 13, offering
coveted trophy and an expense-
tion.


caution about the cancer quack.
People generally focus their minds
on the 'problem of curing cancer,
which is indeed a problem. They
fall to think, however, of the thou-
sands oef people who jeopardize
their lives every year by going to
doctors and clinics for "positive
cure treatments."
These quacs claim to have a
"sure cure". They claim they cure
cancer patients .by the use of salves
ointments, stomach cleansers, in-
jections, special diets, therapy .by
radio and many other ways. These
people spend approximately one
hundred million dollars a year on
these remedies that are not only
no good, 'but often cause delay un-
til it 'is too late.
These people ,are not always
completely ignoranrut of .the true
facts. The fear of cancer or even
the possibility may cause people
to do 'strange things that they
would not ordinarily do.
These clinics 'claim 'they cure
cancer and show what they .call
their proof. They have .patients
who claim they have been cured,
but they only have the clinic's
word that they -ever had cancer in
ti beglinnira. '
The people just mentioned don't
feel the pain as much as the other
type patient. Many other people
find they have cancer by 'diagno-
sis of a sound physician. Then they
hear of the doctor or clinic that
have a "sure cure". These people
sell all they own and go 'to these
-places with all they hiaye peft iap
the world-their money, their life,
and their hope,
These quacks then proceed ,to
treat them, taking their money and
their lives but giving them more
hope. Eventually these people 'die
'but according to the clinics they
did not 'die of cancer bqt some oth-'
er sickness. These people die of I
cancer though and witl proper
treatment could have *been saved.
These quacks can be and are ar-
rested but new ones come and take
their 'places. The American Can-
cer Society has discovered 200 of I
these unproven remedies In the
last ten years,
Slowly, but .surely, the truth
will overtake and overcome the
falsehood. In the meantime thou-!
sands of lives are wasted through
ignorance and mistaken fear.


Jack Eppes


Speaks To

Rotary Club

The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
heard a very interesting program
last Thursday when Jack Eppes,
of United Christian Action spoke
to the Club on the corruption of
young 'people in the State of Flor-
ida by alcoholic 'beverages, dope
and indecent literature.
Eppes showed the club some ob-
scene literature that is mailed di-
rect to youths in the state. Eppes
said almost invariably the mater-
ial deals with deviate material.
The -speaker pointed 'out to the
Club 'that the biggest Increase In
crime in the State of Florida was
among the youth of the state, with
almost' all of the origin, of the
crimes directly traceable to alco-
holic or dope addiction by the
youths. Six out of 10 Florida au-
tomobiles stolen -last year were
taken by youths under 16 years of
age.
Eppes said that .the 'biggest sin-
gle thing that could be done in the
state to help this situation is for
the adults of the state o set a
good example for the youths .to
follow. He quoted statistics which'
I


bore out the fact that the state of
Florida consumed over 70 million On ending his 'talk Eppes sound-
gallons of alcoholic beverage last ed the warning that the age at
year, or an average of 20 gallons which youths start trying drink has
per citizen. He pointed out that Mi now reached down a to the age of
ami had the number one crime 13. He urged a good .example lby
ami had the number one crime


rate per capital of any city in the
nation. Pensacola was number two.
Eppes said that of 17 dog 'tracks
in the United States, 14 are in
Florida. All of the Jai Lai frontons
in the U. S. are in Florida and
a large percentage of the horse
tracks. In combatting the belief
that the tracks offer the state a
good tax take, he pointed out that
of every $50,000.00 spent at the
race tracks, only a little over $8,000
noes to winnners, alboihnut 10 ipercent-


Me ars1. o e J'u L Ua e n Jiry g
to save the declining morals of
youth.
Guests of the club were: Roy
Moss, Albany, Ga., C. B. Riddle, Jr.,
Dothan, Ala., Jack Williams, Bob
ElIzey and Jack White all of Port
St. Joe.


Kiwanis Club
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.....O.W.... a. .. n... .U i ,tue l3 rll
to state taxes 'and the remainder
goes into the tills of the track
owners. He pointed out that three Hubert Richards, principal of the
times as much money was spent at Port St. Joe Elementary School
tracks last year as were spent on showed the Kiwanis Club an. in-
all churches and synagogues com- teresting movie on the State of
bined. North Carolina at Tuesday's meet-


DIETING ? CON'T SKIP BREAKFAST.

According to authorities on nutrition, you may be fooling your-
self if you are skipping or skimping breakfast to cut down your
calorie consumption.
It's this way, they say: Break-
fast skippers or skimpers natu- and work output."
rally get hungrier and usually In "An Introduction to Foods
eat more at lunch and dinner, and Nutrition" Drs. Henry C.
And this results in an increase Sherman and Caroline Sherman
-not a decrease-in their intake Lanford wrote:
Qf calories. "Breakfast is the meal prob-
Dr, Frederick J. Stare, head ably the most often slighted. Yet
of the nutrition department of none is more important in set-
Harvard University, believes ting the pace for the day's ac-
that if you eat a good breakfast tivities.
you are likely to eat less later. .. many persons who have


ing. IHE STAR, P6It it. JIo, IIL
The film shon-v.: ~'- x 'i Caro- THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962
lina, one of the ,: setled see-
tions of the nation-a sta'e that a superb highway system.
was responsible fo:' much of the Guests of the -club were George
nation's history, has combined mo- Duren -and Jimmy Gainnie of the
dern living with old world charm. Port St. Joe High School' and a
'While maintaining all of its inter-clu.b visit from the Marianina
many historic sites, the state also KiPWanis Clu.b composed of L. E.
has an 'active industrial complex oJhnson, Woody Maddox, Austin
built around textiles, tobacco, fur- Buce and Russ Renner, also Ken-
niture, -paper, electric power and neth Roberts of Dothan, Ala.


;1e has called breakfast the most
important meal of the day wheth-
er you are trying to reduce or
to maintain in your weight.
Nutrition authorities also list
other reasons why you should
not skip or skimp breakfast.
For instance:
"The body has been without
food for 10 to 12 hours and should
be supplied with nutrients needed
for the morning's activities,"
said Dr. Lydia Roberts, chair-
man emeritus of the University
pf Chicago department of home
economics. '".
"Failure to have enough to
eat of the right kind of break-
fast may result in fatigue, irri-
tability and lessened efficiency


ueen accustomed to eating a
very light breakfast and who
think this serves them well are
surprised to find how much less
tired they feel, and how much
more efficiently they work
through the morning, when they
change to a more abundant
breakfast,"
Doctors and nutritionists ad-
vise that breakfast should sup-
ply not less than a quarter of the
food nutrients needed per day,
In amounts an individual can
eat comfortably, a good basic
breakfast could include: Citrus
fruit or fruit or vegetable juice;
toast and cereal; eggs with
bacon or ether breakfast meat
and toast; butter or margarine;
milk or coffee.


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At Maneuver Site This

NEW ORLEANS, LA.-The last Post commander Col. Joseph V. The main
contingents of Camp Leroy John- Smith stated this week, "I am very talion will
son troops to participate in the pleased -with the way the LOTS week, trekk
Spring 1962 Logistical over the Exercise is shaping up. This year St. Joseph's
Shore (.LOTS) Exercise will *begin i we'll have over double the number bay from Pc
leaving New Orleans this week. of troops we've had in any previous On April
Part "of the advance party, a 40- exercise. The 394th Transportation terminal se
man "aggressor" group from the. Battalion, permanently assigned to tor-marchin
3 5 4th Transportation Battalion 'the camp, is already at the .maneu- the 318th
(Terminal), left April 13 under the ver site. The recalled U. S. Army pany and
command of 1st ,Lieut. Robert H. Reserve battalion-the 354th- tion Comp
Burgamy, enroute to the maneuver should 'be bixouacked there by Ap- stationed a
site near Port St. Joe. rll 24. This exercise should give us 318th conti
The balance of the 354th's ad- a realistic evaluation of -the com- approximat
vance party, approximately 65 men, bat-readiness of Camp Leroy John- command
departed April 16, headed by 2nd. son's units, both-regular and Re-' Shields of
Lieut. Thomas B. Hughes. serve." I 225 troops


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Week

Body of the 354th Bat-!
begin, moving out this I
ing to bivouac area on,
Spit, just across the
art St. Joe.
18 two recalled USAR
rvice units began mo-
g to the LOTS site-
Transportation Com-
the 489th Transporta-
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t Gulfport, Miss., the
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ely 170 men under the
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wood C. Flythe from Pensacola. such movement will be a running
The 489th was home-stationed at commentary by a narrator.
Pensacola prior to recall to ac- The 1962 Spring LOTS Exercise
tive duty. I began on March 26. A 61-day field
The final movement of 354th Bat- exercise, it involves approximately
talio-n troops and equipment will 2700 Camp Leroy Johnson and sup-
take place April '23. Over 550 men
port troops.
will .move out in three contingents.
Battalion commander Lieut. Col'.
Crescent A. Ragona will lead the
convoy, consisting of Headquarters FOR EXPERT
and Headquarters Detachment and I
two terminal service units-the Electrical Repairs
238th Transportation Company and
the 453rd Transportation Company. and
Capt. Charles A. Downs will head O
the 238th -serial, while Capt. Rus- COnTracting
sell Brown will command -the 453rd.
The majority of the LOTS activi-IT'S
ties will be logistical-that is ,the WALL ELECTRIC
movement of military cargo from
ship to shore and over the beach, COMPANY
stockpiling it at supply points.
then transporting it inland.' How-
ever, phases of the exercise will be DIAL BAII 7-4331
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lear combat conditions. Additional-
ly, aircraft -willl make "strafing"
and "'bombing" runs. Perimeter de-
fenses will be set up in the biv- A
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izing M-1 rifles, bazookas, and 30-
caliber machine guns. Part of the
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Georgia and Florida will view the
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THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962

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WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
April 3, 1962
The Board of Public Instruction, Gulf
County met on the above date in regular
session, with the following present and act-
ing: William Roemer, Sr., Chairman, Carter
Ward, Otis Pyle, J. K. Whitfield and C. E.
Boyer, members.
The Superintendent was present and act-
ing.
The minutes for the preceding meeting
were read and adopted as read.
The financial statement for the month of
March was examined and approved.
The sanitarian's report was examined and
ordered filed.
The following letter was written to Ste-
phen Whealton:
The Gulf County School Board has noted
your distinguished participation in the
General Electric College Bowl as a mem-
ber of the Florida State University team.
We feel that the outstanding manner in
which you conducted yourself and your
scholastic accomplishments, will be a chal.
lenge to the pupils in the Gulf County
school as well as the schools of the State
of Florida. Needless to say, we are ex.
tremely proud that you were a graduate
of our school system.
We wish for you continued success sas a
participant in the G. E. College Bowl and
in other endeavors you may undertake.
The Superintendent was instructed to
write a etter to te a letter to the Principals' asking that
they not allow law enforcement officers to
question pupils in their schools about prob.
lems not involving schools.
The Board decided to hold their next
regular meeting on May 9, 1962 because
of the primary election.
There being no further business to come
before them at this time the Board did
then adjourn to meet again in regular ses-
sion on May 9, 1962.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens William Roemer, Sr.
Superintendent Chairman
LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR THE
MONTH OF APRIL 1962
St. Joe Tel&Tel., Serv. ........ $140.74
Fla. Power Corp., Serv........... 888.2S8
Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Serv .... 293.76
Wewa Water Works, Water ........ 26.26
Smitty's Refrig. Rep., Labor & pts. .. 64.77
St. Joe Bdrs. Sup. Co., Materials .. 22.40
Wewa High School, Refund for post. 15..5
Boyd Bros., Inc., Sup. ............ 28.85
St. Joe Mtr Co, Labor & Parts .... 54.00
John Land, Haul. Sup.. .......... 20.00
Star Pub. Co., Print. & Min .... 100.00
Ga. Chem. Co., Sup. ............ 70.00
A. C. Littleton, Inc., Serv. ...... 391.55
J. W. Pepper & Son., Sup. ........ 1.46
MR&R Truck. Co., Frt. .......... 11.68
St. Joe Auto Parts, Labor ........ 1.82
MoGlon's Amoco Serv., Labor ...... .90
S. J. Taylor, Repair work ...... 104.00
Revell's IGA Store, Sup. .......... 16.73
Port St. Joe Elem. School., Refund .. 9.08
Interstate Print. & Pub., Sup. .... 6.04
-Bale Pin Co., Sup. ............ 14.05
G. E. McGill, Labor ............ 50.85
Western Auto Assoc., Keys .......... .783
Alterman Transport Lines., Frt .... 4.18
Taylor Chem. Co., Supplies ...... 210.76
Alvin McGlon's Serv. Labor .... 205.44
M&S Termite & Pest Con., Pest Con. 40.00
Midwest Dist., Sup. ..............27.40
Harrison Mtr. Co., Sup. .......... 13.78
A. J. Nystrom & Co., Sup. ........ 72.71
Thompson Movie Serv., Sup. ...... 705.45
Whatley Typewriter Co., Serv. ... 86 74
Lila S. Brouillette, Refund ........ 15.00
Standard Oil Co., Sup. .......... 52.00
Floyd Chev. Co., Labor & parts .. 140.01
St. Joe Furn. & Ap, Sup. ....... 802.62
The Sanfax Corp., Sup. ........... 68.16
H&WB Drew Co., Sup. .......... 15.97
Bowmar Records, Sup. .......... 26.56
The Weavers, Sup. ............... 10.66
Gene Davis Guitar Studios,
Tuning Piano ............... 11.00
E. M. Hake & Co., Sup. ........ 36.72
New York Athletic Sup. Co., Sup. .. 45.54
Biological Sciences Curriculum
Study, Supplies ............ 405.00
Curtis Circulation Co., Sup. ...... 98.23
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. ........ 163.47
All Florida School Sup. Co., Sup. .. 150.66
Educational Record Sales, Sup .... 4.05
B. B. Scisson, Refund on. exp ..... 25.18
Gamble Hinged Music Co., Sup. .. 15.59
Frank & Dot's Agcy., Ins. .... 4,868.28
Becklky-Cardy Co., Sup. ........ 176.79
Pro-Art Pub., Sup. .............. 12.25
A. 0. McClurg & Co., Sup. ........ 22.66
Sears, Roebuck & Co., Sup. ...... 31.08
Jenco Musical Prod., Sup. ........ 6.97
James Yadon, Labor ............ 82.00
Bay Gas & Appi Co., Sup. ........ 9.40
Peripole Inc., Sup. ............ 23 95
Werleins for Music, Sup. ........ 57.48
American Auto. Assn., Sup. .........3.07
American Educ. Pub., Sup. ........ 5.00
Charles M. Gardner, Sup. ........ 12.59
Breeze Pub. Co., Print & Sup. .. 127.03
Dobbs Bros. Library Binding Co.,
Supplies .................. 568.14
Charles Benevento, Inc., Sup. ...... 28.44
L. G. Balfour, Sup. ............ 287.68
Coop. Test Div., Sup .......... 71.8
Daffin Mere. Co., Sup. .......... 91.32
Houghton Mifflin Co., Sup. ....... 21630
West Florida Wholesale, Inc, Sup. 16.40
Port St. Joe Hi School., Refund .... 19.09
Educational Audio Visual, Inc., Sup. 24.84
J. B. Lippincott Co, Sup. ........ 8.72
Fla. State Univ., AV Trust., Sup. .. 22.60
City of Port St. Joe, Water ...... 64.70
Wewa Hdwe. Co., Sup. .......... 167 48
Fla. TV Serv., Sup. ............ 16.95
F. A. Owens Pub. Co., Sup. ........ 6 27
Pate's Service Center, Sup. ...... 142.92
West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Seriv.. 180.00
Smith's Sundries, Sup. .......... 7.75
Keenan Weld. Sup. Co., Sup. ...... 47.18
John MeArdle, Sub. work ........ 87.00
Imperial Film Co., Sup. .......... 12.69
Pensacola Office Equip. Co., Sup. .. 6.48
Disneyland Records, Sup. ........ 17.17
C & G Sport. Goods., Sup. ...... 69.15
Michigan Scientific Co., Sup. .... 64.98
Marianna Office Supply., Sup. ...... 9.60
St. Joe Radio & TV, Sup. ......... 4.07
Charlie Washington, Labor ...... 40.00
H. F. Ayers, Reund on travel .... 85.20
Standard Oil Co., Sup......... 1,211.06
Gulf Oil Co., Sup. ............ 791.69
Eva Weston, Sub. bus driving .... 15.00
Carter Ward, Exp. Miami Bd. Mtg. 181.00
B. B. Scisson, Refund on trip to
West Palm Beach .......... 145.00

Mich. Chemical

Appoints Manager

Michigan, Chemlcal ,CorporatiPn
announces the appointment of Ro'b-
ert G. Vervaeke, effective March 19
as plant manager of the company's
Port St. Joe, Florida magnesia op-
eration.
For the past three years, Mr.
Vervaeke was works manager of
the H. K. Porter Company seawa-
ter magnesia plant 'at Pascagouia,
Mississippi. Prior employment il
eluded three years with the Gener-
al Lime Compan yat Baker, Oregon
as general manager and was works
manager for U. S. Gypsum at New
Braunfels, Texas (or 11 years.
During World War Ii, Mr. Ver-
vaeke served as 2nd Lieutenant in
the United States Infantry. He is a
member of the American Institute
of Mining Engineers and has a
professional engineering license in
the States of Washington and Ore-
gon.
Mr. Vervaeke is married and re-
sides in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
He plans to move with his wife,
Mary, and three children to the
Port St. Joe area in the near fu-
tu1re.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pie boys wanted -to read about aggres-
THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962 sive characters. Psychiatrists say
That this is because boys feel so
------------ much underlying aggressiveness
...'- and as they identity wih these
characters they gain relief from
I their own feelings.
S.' Teenage girls are often at one
':time or another faced wi'h emo-
tional problems relating to -par-
,. -ents, courtship or personality. Of-
t- en the librarian can tactfully sug-
S\ f gset the book that will solve the
S .''a \ problem once she' knows what the
.. )y rwo problem is.
To use Bibliotherapy effectively,
the librarian must understand the
DO YOU KNOW usual problems of the age group
1 with which she works and the spe-
YOUR BLOOD TYPE? cific problems of individual chil-
For safety's sake, write it on the dren. This is important and can
'back of your driver's license and e ^the only basio for selecting a
carry. it with you' always. If you be 'the ony basi ,-for selecting a
don't know your blood type, see book of therapeutic value.
Sour doctor, and then record it. L ustom to
Then, if you should ever require Let us become accustomed to
a transfusion, valuable minutes t h0 tr
saved in checking your blood 4 and/or continue to use book ther-
Stypecould mean years of good apy as an aid for the many needs
health ,to you and your family. a
As you rely on your doctor to of readers-whenever a reader
safeguard your health, you can
rely on us for fast, professional needs therapy, wherever there is -a
prescription service. library or whreever the librarian
Scan make a way for books.
"OR"HARMAY Let -every week *be National Li-
Free Parking. brary Week, -so that we can be sure
free tParkng ~o have the right 'book for the right
Drive-In Window Service child. I -challenge you to read and
Buzzett's Drug Store watch your world grow.
317 Williams Abe.
Port St Joe, Florida 'Social Security Information
The changes made in -the Social
Security Law in June, 1961, reduc-
WashinIgton High ed the requirements needed to qual-
W h t H ify for. monthly retirement or sur-
Observes National vivors benefits, John V. Carey, Dis-
trict Manager of the Panama City
e *I l, 1A l social Security Office, said this
Library Week week.
As a result of these changes,
Washington High School began more people can become insured
its observance of.National Library more quickly, he said. Under the
Week at the regular meeting of the new law, Carey pointed out, a per-
PTA Monday .night, April 9. The li- son needs only one calendar quar-
ibrarian, Mrs. E. A. Twine present- ter of coverage for each year after
ed, -"Therapy Through Books", as 1950, up to, but not including, the
a -challenge to encourage better year a male worker -become? 65 or
-reading habits of young people. a woman worker reaches 62.
There are many types, of therapy As an example of this new rule,
used to aid in the .recovery of the Carey explained, a woman who be-
injured, the physically or -mentally comes 62 in 1962 now needs 2%4
111. The kind of activity which is years of work ((11 quarters of cov-
used in any particular case is al- erage). A -minimum of 6 quarters
ways suited to the individual needs of .coverage is still needed to get
,of the .patient. Therapeutics include benefits. This is the equivalent of
measures .for preventing disease, 1% -years .of work.
called preventive therapy. A quarter of coverage is earned
Another very important form of when a person is paid .at least $50
therapeutics in which we hear very in a calendar quarter in any em--
little about is .Therapy Through ployment covered by Social Secur-
Books, defined as Bibliotheapy-the ity, Carey continued, and a person
use of reading materials prescrib- who is self-employed earns four
ed in -the treatment of patients. quarters of -coverage for each year
Bi'bliotherapy is very closely inter- in which his -business profit is $400
woven 'with reading -guidance. or more.
The librarian, a Bi-bliotherapist, Many older people who did not
holds a unique .position in offering work long -enough under the old
help because she comes in contact law may now be eligible for bene-
with many kinds of people with fits, he aded'd. Social Security ben-
-many kinds of. reading problems. efits are not automatic, an applica-
Also, the classroom and the library tion must be filed. Anyone who
-provide excellent opportunities for was told in .the past that he could
the school librarian to use Biblio- not get retirement or survivors ben-
therapy with children. It has been pef.its should immediately get in
noted that when children and touch with his nearest Social Se-
young adults -are exposed to a var- curity office. If he is eligible for
iety of books on their reading lev- payments under the 1961 amend-
el.s, interests, ..and emotional con- ments, a new claim will' be taken,
cerns, they will select reading ma- Carey concluded.
trials which will pertain to their The Social Security Office ,for
emotional or personality problems, this area is located at 1135 Harri-
During a study made of students son Ave., Panama City, telephone
from 8-18, it was noted that most PO 3-5331.


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... .... '-. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962


Charles Hilton of Panama City,
i District Director of Lay Speaking.
i Group singing, special music and
testimonials wiIll precede Mr.
Bond's inspirational address Satur-
Sday night at 8:15. A vesper service
Sis slated at 9:30, following Mr.
i Bond's talk.
I A breakfast is set at 7 a.m. Sun-
day with Holy Communion, under
the direction of Dr. Atkinson, sche-
duled at 8:35 a.m.


R. H. BOND
Lay Speaker


Week End Laymen's Rally Slated By to miss," Bishop added. "He will
WLl speak on at least two primary oc-

Methodist Churches of Marianna Dist. casions during theovernight ally."
The rally will open with regis-
A week end Laymen's Rally has Lay Leader from DeFuniak Springs- tration 'beginning at 1:00 p.m. Ap-
been scheduled by-the Marianna The Memphis Conference Leader ril 28. Bishop and Dr. W. B. Atkin-
Distirct Board of Lay Activities of is married, has two children and is son, District Superintendent from
the Methodist Church at the West employed -by Southwestern Lell Tel- Marianna, will deliver remarks at
Florida Baptist Assembly Grounds phonee Company. He served in -the 3:00 p.m.
on Saturday and Sunday, April 28 Marines during World War II and
and 29 in Parker. is a member of the American Gi- After group singing and a de-
R. H. (Red) Bond. Lay Leader decn, a Mason and a Lion. votional on the theme of the rally
of the Memphis Conference, will Mr. Bond has served in praci- Jesushrist is Lord", a panel dis-
be the principal speaker during the cally every capacity available for ctiv scheduled at 3:40
educational and. inspirational over-; a Layman in the Methodist Church, Activities is scheduled at 3:40
night rally, Bishop noted. He served as District p.m.
Mr. Bond is in demand as a Lay Leader, Conference Lay Lead- Topics included in the panel :dis-
speaker throughpnd ut the Methodist er and Delegate to the General cussion and speakers are: Stew
speaker throughout the. Methodist n eee hardship and Tithing-Art Cooper,
Church for all occasions involving i Conference.
V-Pelit5 v pJcta Bt o 3, a 'f Lav


building an interest in community "He is reputed to be an out-
and religious life, according to standing speaker, which no layman
Marvin. Bishdp, Marianna District in the Marianna District will want

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

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By GEORGE BOYER
Saturday, April 17, the Sharks
Bowling League took to the lanes.
On alleys one and two, Carp's
and Nedley's were battling i+ out,
which was one -game that changed
the outlook of the standings. a
great deal.
Carp's, which was in sixth place,
beat Nedley's, which was tied for
first, three out of four games. This
victory and defeat put Carp's in a
dead-lock with Frank and Dot's for
fifth and sixth place. But it knock-
ed Nedley's from -a tie -for first
place into third.
Boyles seemed to :be very inter-
ested in the outcome of -the Carp's,
Nedley's game. They were glad of
the outcome too. Boyles won three
and a half games from Florida Na-
tional Bank which put them back
in the lead. But we, Carp's, were
glad to help Boyles out, anytime.
Anyway we have our own standings
to worry about.
WJOE took a fery hard game
from Frank and Dot's, WJOE won
by a -forfeit. WJOE moved into sec-


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ly is scheduled to ad-
:20 a.m.
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ond place.
Three -boys playing for. the same
team, Carp's, got some pretty splits
for the afternoon. Kenny Avant got
a 5-6; George Boyer a 6-7; and
Junior Nichols a 4-10. For Nedley's,
Bobby Ellzey 'got a 3-10.
Sunday, April 16, two teams
from the Sharks Bowling League
went, to Tyndall 'Field to -bowl
.against two of their teams.
-St. Joe's first team consisted of
Joe Whaley, Frankie Scott, Wally
Dodson, Sonny Eells and Robert
Marlow.
Second team was Nelson Hall,
Lloyd Gardner, George Boyer, Bil-
ly Versiga and David Roche.
In total pin, fall for 'three games,
team one lost 'their series, while
team two won theirs.
During the action, Wally Dodson
for team one, bowled a 520 series
'to lead all St. Joe bowlers. For his
good bowling, he was awarded a
trophy. (DIulring his Ithree games
that he 'bowled, he 'broke 200 for
the -first time, so he said. He -bowl- v
ed an even 200 his third game.
STANDINGS
Team W L Pet.
Boyles 32% 19% .625
WJOE 31 21 .596
Nedleys 30 22 .576
Florida Bank 22% 29% .422
Carp's 20 32 .384
Frank & Dot's 20 32 .384

Harry Murphy To

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Harry M. Murphy, 1602 Garrison n
Avenue, has. been selected by Life d
Insurance Company of Georgia as
a delegate to its annual Presidenrt's
Club Convention, May 13 through
16q, at the Americana Hotel in Mi-
ami Beach.
Mr. Murphy will learn about new y
developments in individual and
group insurance services provided
by Life of Georgia. The meeting in
Miami Beach will 'bring together
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southern states.
As a Life of Georgia representa-
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in the greater Port St. Joe area.
He is a member of the Panama City
Life Underwriters Associatioln and
is a Mason. He is *married and 'has
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It's A JOYFUL VALUE EVENT ... A TIME TO SAVE!


Dear Friends: note that I'm developing the same
Interesting experiences in Boyles habit (4:30 this a.m.) and discover-
Sunshine Store: A small colored ing (just as my dad says) that ear-
boy purchasing a pair of LEE OV- ly morning is the finest time of
ERALLS (Said his uncle told him the day to -get some work out of
to get the best ones!) and quite -the way. He would sing and whis-
nonchalantly pulling a crumpled tie (before day) while working at
$100.00 bill from his pocket! the barn. I'm quite sure his heart
Glad to have the -opportunity to was happy and grateful for the
meet Casptain Fenley of the tanker new -day that brought health,
David Earl that docked here last strength and opportunity. In the
week with a cargo of gasoline spring and summer I'm sure he en-
201,000 [barrels, says the captain. joyed the singing birds (we had a
With 45 gallons to the barrel, that's jillion!) and was happy to see the
a whole passel of gas! He's a short earth bursting into bloom. He's a
heavy :set, healthy and .cheerful lover of the soil 'and no doubt
guy. Says ithe David Earl takes looked forward with keen anticipa-
over 32 feet of water and has a tion to planting time. The garden
crew of 41. Mighty glad to have you is his pet and he produces an
and your crew in port, captain. amazing amount of delicious vege-
Hurry back! Over 'a cup of coffee tables on a very small plot of
with ex-Boyles associate, Guy ground. He's always been a hard
Middleton, learned that Guy plans worker and the fact is ... my dad
soon to have eye 'glasses along is a swell guy. (Now, don't you
with a set of man-malde teeth! fret, mom, you'll have a ride on
Seems that the general static at The Tattler soon!) Having visited
WJOE has loosened his teeth and us in- the summer of '59, he plans
weakened his eyes! We -did not to fly to Florida with his bride of
agree with him when he said he 1898 once more before the final
was just falling apart 'at the 'seams! call beckons him home.
Guy Nix, whether you like this or This is ,a time of year for bright
not, just renlember this ,Tattler Spring .sunshine and refreshing
ride is free. (Mr. Tattler, -did Guy showers. Easter is 'a time to 'be
say anything about having that JOYFUL and we'll close with this
shuddere) face of his renovated poem received this week from
while he was about it?-Ed.) friends in Maryland.
My father has been an early "When a bit of sunshine hits ye,
riser all of his 92 years. In fact, After passing of a cloud,
my grandmother Boyles .said he When a bit of laughter gits ye,
didn't sleep too much when he was An' yer -spine is feelin' proud,
a 'baby I've heard her say he Don't fergit to up lan fliiig it *
was a noisy, yelling brat and just At a .soul that's feeling' blue;
"too mean to -sleep", 'although, For the minute that ye sling it,
grandmother said that with a lov- It's a boomerang to you."
ing twinkle in -her eyes. As -the Bless your hearts this Easter.
years roll up it is interesting to S'long. -RGB



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VOTE FOR Board of County Commissioners
I Candidate for i from District No. 3.
School Board Member f This is my first try for public
'From District No. 1 office. I need and ask for your vote FOR RENT: -Unfurnished 4-beorm. WANT STATE of FLA. Have a
CLYDE BOZEMAN and your active support. house, 2 baths, living room, din- good income property or a two Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albert Alli-
I w toanno e my andidacy I elected, I promise to serve, to lug room, kitchen, breakfast room, bedroom home in 'So. Calif. to trade. good announce the 'birth of a baby
for wishMember, Board of PblicIn- the best of my ability, as a Corn- utility room, venetian blinds, fire- Agent, 1543 E. Florida Ave., Hemet, igood announce lthe birth of a bay
struction .mbe, District Number 1. missioner whose interests wvdI be place, gas heat,, Near grammar ah,. 2tp-4-12 girl, Angela Mare on April 14.
truction, District Number .ouryour interests-the interests 6f the school $75.60 mo."Call Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Ferrel Oliver Allen,
I am verychool much npro teestedwi bemy people of Gulf County. Per Phope 22T-8581. tfc-1-11 M'OVING?-Let us help you. Whe-i Jr., announce the birth of a son,
schools. Your problemswil bemy ther planning to move across i oAril 16
pleasure to serve you. Much must FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- town or across the nation, you may William Joseph on April 16.
be done to give our county better room house; newly decorated, on be sure that your most priceless Mr. and Mrs. Charles George Lol-
schools. Thus, I promise tqo "put ELECT ? corner lot, with carport and stor- belongings are in experienced and ley announce the birth of Charles
forth every effort available. I am age space; nice., yard and near capable hands. We represent May- Derrick on April 16.
a deacon, First Baptist Church, We- EDWARD school. Call 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m. flower, nationwide movers. Call us on r
wahitchka, member of the PTA, or f r e e estimates. SURPLUS Colored Births
Mason, First Lieutenant U. S. Army S tty" FOR RENT: Houe trailer, corn- SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clayton, Jr.
Rcser%4e, a beekeeper And I am SMITH pletely furnished. Located at Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18 announce the birth of a baby girl,
employed in the mill of the St. Joe White City. Phone 229-1145 or in- tc-1-18 ounce a
Paper Company. Candidate for quire at Rich's Super Mkt. tfc-2-25 NOTICE-Will be ready for spray- Lois Marie on April 11.
I will appreciate your vote and County e ing pecan trees about May 5. If (All births occurred at the. Port
supportCommissioner FOR RENT 2-bedroom apt. and 1 anyone has trees call 227-8622. Also St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
support. District 3 bedroom apt. At Simmons Bayou. garden breaking and discing. 2tp
ELECT B. L. Presnell, Phone 227-8305. tfc-3
JAMES G. McDANIEL A candidate to FOR RENT: One bedroom house, FOR SALE: Lot at Mexico Beach. v nm t u
For County Commissioner serve the people RFOR ENT:One oohouse, reasonable. Write P. O. Box 175, ov rnm
From District No 2 J of Gulf County furnished. One 'two bedroom du- Tallahassee, Florida. 4te-4-19
From District No. 2 plex unfurnished. 2-bedroom beach
I am a candidate for the office of cottage. Smith's Pharmacy. Phone GIRL DESIRES WORK-By day or Housig Ce sus
County Commissioner, District No. If elected I shall endeavor to 227-5111. week. Contact at 245 Avenue F.
2, subject to the Democratic pri- serve all the people of Gulf County
mares to be held in May. to the best of my ability. I will en- FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- Of
A lifetime resident of Gulf Coun- deavor to place the tax-payer's dol- ment. 3 rooms and bath, all pri- GUARDS WANTED-National or- Gulf County
ty, I have been witness to it con- lar where it will best' serve our vate, heat and water furnished. 'ganiation, due to increase in
tinuing development. I want to be county. For couple or woman. Also -has gar- business has need for several full Department of
a more active part in this develop- Your Vote and Support-will be age. 1301 Monument Ave. or phone and part time guards. In reply state The United States Department of
ment, to help insure that the bene-i Appreciated 227-5301. 1tp age, height, weight, build and pre- Commerce issued the following cen-
fit of this development is shared by 2-bero vious employment during past 10 sus on housing in Gulf County this
all the people-through long-range, RE-ELECT FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom years. Must have clear background week.
all the people-through long-range,. RE-ELECTfuraished first floor apartment. !and be able to stand background
careful planning, and through tighter WILLIAM ROEMER, Sr. 12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481 investigation. Reply 'box 308, Port The 1960 Census of Housing
temo expen dture of the taxpayer's ey. Member or 227-4261. tfc-4-5 St. Joe, Fla. 2tc-4-19 counted 3,581 housing units in Gulf
I am a firm believer in govern-[ Board of Public Instruction THERE WILL BE a regular corn- County. Of these, 1,968 were in
ment of, for, and by the people, and a District No. 1. FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge sound condition. with all plumbing
if elected, will base my decisions I am announcing my intention to Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1 No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and
o tewill e m o seek another four-year term as your third Thursday at 800 p.m.. 2,759 were occupied. 1,656 wereoc-
on the will of the majority. iSchool Board Member from Die- FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame house third Thrsday at 8:00 p.m.. ee e., w -
Strict One. The next four years in at White City. Large lot. See Da- cupiedan by owners. $7,400 was the
RE-ELECT our school system will be very cr- id Rich or call 229-1145. median value of owner-occupied
E. C. HARDEN, Sr. tical and I feel my past experience FOR RENT: Unfurnished two 'bed- ROY L. BURCH, W. M. places. 1,103 were occupied by ren-
I hereby announce my candidacy will help me to meet this need room apartment. 619 Woodward ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, See 'ters. $51.00 was the median gross
for re-election for County Commis- wisely. Ave. $35.00 per month. Call or write All Master Masons cordially invited rent of rented places.
sioner-from District 2 of Gulf Coun- I ask for your vote and support Gene Halley, 2108 Croyden Dr., Tal- LPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call 2,410 houses had hot 'and cold
'ty, subject to the Democratic pri- again, in the hope that my service lahassee, Office phone 222-0550, -ext. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for running water. 2,799 had flush
mary. in office has justified your confi- 349, home phone 385-3139. tfc-4-5 tlck expert service. tfc toilets; 2,572, 'bathtub or shower;
In announcing for re-election, I dence. At the same time, I say mym tick expert service. ttc toilets; 2,572, bathtub or shower;
wish to express my sincere, and thanks to you for all the coopera- CHAIN LINK FENCE .AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 28 had basements and 88 were
deep appreciation to the people of tion you've given me, as well as the For free estimates call C. W. hour. Cut your lawn and let me trailer homes.
Gulf County for their confidence in entire Board. In asking for re-Long, phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25 worry with upkeep of mower. Gule 226 households had air condition-
electing me to this most important election, I also ask that you con.
position for the past two terms. tinue this fine cooperation. FOR SALE: Furnished 2 'bedroom Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin. ing; 1,879 had TV sets, 2,264: radios
I believe that with the experience Your vote and continued support brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph. son, Phone 7-7501. and 1,278 telephones.
of the past 8 years I can do a bet- will be appreciated. 648-4128, J. A. Mira. R. A. M.-Regular convocation of 1,957 had washing machines, 107
ter job in the future. 41' ( *:FSPd h 1 St. Joseph-Chapter No. 56, R., A. clothes -dyers; 760 had 1 or more
I have always stood for the low- VOTE FOR and ELECT FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308 JosephhapterN 56 R A clothes dryers; 760 had 1 or more
est possible taxes, the best and ALVIN McGLON Long Ave. Garage and utility iM., companion s welcome. home food freezers; 1,401 had 1
metthenpeALCO NT MMISONE room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636. Ing companion's welcome.
most economical service to the peo- COUNTY COMMISSIONER Everett McFarland, High Priest automobile; 673 had 2 automobiles
pie of Gulf County, and I sincerely District Number 2 FOR SALE: Panacraft boat. Recon- Edgar Smith, Secretary and 61 had 3 or more automobiles.
and humbly solicit your continued __. If elected to this important office ditioned. New paint job. New
vote and support in my bid for re- I promise to serve honestly, cap- seats and deck. 5.04 Evinrude mo- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
election. ably and conscientiously. My deci- tor. $150.00 cash. Call 227-4861 af- O. F.-Meets second and fourth ATTENDS FUNERAL OF
*' sions at the Board will be the re- ter 6:00 p.m. 1tp Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American BROTHER-IN-LAW
VOTE FOR suot of logic and good business Legion Hall. AMi members urged to Mr. and Mrs. Everette McFarland
ROBERT L. DANIELS sense. In representing the people, JUST RECEIVED: Office desks, attend. attended the funeral of their bro-
For County Commissioner I will be fair and impartial. In hand- steel filing cabinets, plenty of Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell atend.ed the funeral of their bro-
From District No. 3 ling your money and tohse of your good bedding (both new 'and used) Secretary: J. C. Martin. ther-in-law, J. K. Musgrove in
I am seeking election to office problems the Board is legally au- attractive assortment of tables for WILL ROWANBlountstown Sunday "afternoon.
as your representative on the thorized to help you with, I will living, dining, bedroom and den; W IS V. ROWAN, POST 16, Also attending were Mr. and
sites, lamps, chests, wardrobes, THE AMERICAN.LEGION. Meet-.
''s_____i___________hidtren's, fuprnitureh, estrollersrn ing first and third Tue day Mr. Wesley Smith, 'Mri 'and Mrs.
toys; typewriters, ranges, rugs rights, 8:00 p.m. Amerloan Legion ill VIcFarland, Patripk McFarland
E L- ELECT many good sewing machines. Hun- Home. and Mr. and Mrs. John Browning.
dreds of other i'ems. We deliver. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet Mr. Musgrove was once County'
.LSURPLU'S SALES of ST. IOE, 112 every Wednesday night, 8:00 po.m. School Superintendent .of Gulf
ILLIAIVI J. Bi Monument Ae., Phone 227-4051. at Parish House, 3091 6th St. Port County before it was separated
Your REPRESENTATIVE of GULF COUNTY GARDEN SPADING: Have rotary St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for from Calhoun County.
................. spader for 'hire. Leo Birgenheier. further information or write P. 0.
------- ^ ^ ^ --Phone 648-4461 after 5:00 p.m. 2t Box 535. t
Your VOTE and If elected, I will NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME S12Ioke So
SUPPORT in the continue to ask Notice is hereby given that the Smokey Says:
undersigned are discontinuing the
May Primaries for your support ... .. -Al. ** e 'business of St. Joe Builders 'Sup- W
will be apprec- a n d cooperation ply Company 'and will engage in
willbapprec- a n d cooperation have an open mind and a sympa- the business under the fictitious
iated. while serving you thetic ear. I will vote for spending name of St. Joe Lumber Company r
money only after hardnosed exam- at P. 0. Box I, in the City of Port
"_.________ nation of facts convinces me the St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida, and "
expenditure is worthwhile, neces- intend to register the said name
.___ B sary. At the same time I will have with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
-no truck with special interest of Gulf County, Florida.
groups, unless their interests are J. P. FLEISHEL 4t
V 0 TE F 0 R also those of the general welfare J. B. HARRIS 4-12 a
of the people. I have no patience -
with those who would use the Com- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,I
PROGRES OF GULF COUNTYmso and the people's money to
PR GRESS F GULF C UNTY further their own selfish interests. CIRCUIT OF THE STATES E
I have always been that way and OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR -FIRE CAN DESTROY -
-. I'm too old to change now. GULF COUNTY. FOREST HOMES
I If you want a Commissioner IN CHANCERY.

whose cards are always on the ta- J. S. GLEASON, JR., as
Vote For A HONEST ble, I would like to have your vote Administrator of Veterans s\R
VoteForaA HONEST and yourvaluable support. Affairs, an officer of the
..i 1 o0 United States of America, Be careful with fire, everywhere!
S ELECT Plaintiff,
SUCCESSFUL APA W. J. "Joe" FERRELL FRANKLIN R. POOL and WRI
BUSINESS Board of Public Instruction i dRs POINT PO-IT-YOUUIELF!
District Number 3 NOTICE
I would like to serve you as a TO: FRANKLIN R. POOL, whose
MAN RELIABLE school board member. oumailing addressisP.O.Box273,
I have always been interested in Kingfisher, Oklahoma, and all { J
chldae land in imrovin their a ries lamag or claiming to
I welfare. I firmly believe thta an have any right, title or interest
adequate education will bring; a in the property herein described. .
happier and more fruitful life, and 'On or before the 7th day of May ,s- -
P R S T N T a better servant to God and coun- 1962 the defendant, Frianklin R
~t O T try. On this basis I pledge myself, Pool, and all: parties having or 7
PR'ST0 N Tif elected, to work toward constant claimingtohave any righ, tit ntle, or
MO C K t'e. improvement of the educational interest in' the property herein de-
sfeel that I am competent to scored,are required to Csere upon
handle such business and decisions plaintiff's attorney, whose address
as come before the school board is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
and i know that I desire to serve Florida, a copy of and file with the A MAcE-SH/PT JOB Ot W/RIN6 W RE.
you and the children of Gulf Coun- Clerk of said Court the original of su /ISNUNATIATOR, CRq I,Y, |
CON.TY CO MM S IN ERD IST 3 or" an answer to the bill of complaint HEATING ANP A 77h61C PIRE. dM.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DIST. 3 lour support on May 8 will be filed herein for the foreclosure of | N A A H Ar/Np EiCTR i/f |i
appreciated. mortgage upon the following de- ________________
I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support "* scribed 'property in Gulf County,
Will__ Apca Y RE-ELECT Florida, to-wit:
OTIS PYLE Lot Two (2), Block One Hundred
Member Nine (109), St. Joseph's Addition ATTEND PTA
; BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor- ------
VOTE .. I District Number Three ida, U.nit No. 7, according to the
V E pledge to continue to do all that official plat thereof on file in the Want Ads Getl Res ht
"' "'" I can for the Schools of Gulf Co. office of the Clerk of Circuit
^* .' EXPERIENCED-CAPABLE Court, in Plat Book 2, page 7. --
for This will count in the years ahead WITNESS my hand and the offi- Whijtten, deceased; that I have 1il-
.:o *: cial seal 6f said Court at Wewa- ed my petition for distri hutio and
ELECT hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, this for final discharge, d that lon
R H "Bob" ELIL7EY -T ^ M OSCAR L ROBERTS 31st dayofMarch, A.D. 1962. Apr i,9, .wlali ly tthe
R. H. "Bo EL LZEY COUNTY COMMISSIONER Clerk Circuit Court ,^^ .."^
HBorbloSRlF sanE jon


District Four Gulf County, Florida for approval of said final returns
Subject to Democratic Primary (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-4-5 and for an order of distribution, and
PROGRESS with ECONOMY for final discharge as Executrix of
REPREIVE Your Vote and Support will be IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S the Will o Blanche I. Whitten, de-
Appreciated COURT, GULF COUNTY, ceased.
COUNTY COMMlSSIONER FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. March 24, 1962.
GULF COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER IN RE: Estate of /s/ Adrienne Fleishel
Elect hree BLANCHE I, WHITTEN, Executrix of Estate of
E lec Deceased. Blanche I. Whitten,
R. H.(Bob) Ellz [ I c. L. "Chuck" GIBSON NOTICE OF FILING PETITION Deceased. 4t-3-29
R. .H. ( ) Ezey |X Your vote and'support in the May FOR FINAL DISCHARGE CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
8 Democratic Primary will be ap- Notice is hereby given that I 221 Reid Avenue
precdated, have filed my final returns as Exec- Port St. Joe, Florida
utrix of the Estate of Blanche I. Attorney for Executrix


Rally At Highland View Saturday

The Gulf County Democratic Ex- May 8 Primaries are invited ,to
ecutive Committee will sponsor a. speak and the general' public is in-
political rally Saturday afternoon vited to attend.
in Highland View near the Elemen- The rally will &sart at 4:00 p.m.
tary School and will be 'broadcast over Radio
All candidates for office in the Station WJOE.


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To Be Given Away May 1

For Details Stop By


Ingram Service Sta.
J. F. Mamoran White City

WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS


SATURDAY ONLY

City. Restaurant

5 HAMBURGERS
With Everything On It... To Go *
MILK SHAKE --30 c


THE FISH ARE BITING!
Ant it's time to go 'toV W"LY'$,,, for all your
fishing needs,


S .LURES FlIES HOQKS
LINES -- BAITS -- And ll
kinds of Doo-Dadsl


WILEY'S handles only famous
name brand reels and rods. You
can trust the performance pf
any piece of fsh.ing tackle frgn'
WILEY'S. Shop pur largp sp-
lection today I


Be sure to registr or thfe FREE S horsepowpr OUT-
BOARD MOTOR eaoh time you visit our store.


Wiley's Supply Co.
Phone 227-7281 232 Reid Ave.


1960o



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4-Door "700" Series


$1000


Call JIM POWELL

Phone 227-2221


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