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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 26, 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"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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i -0Slow Pitch Softball

'A Results for the Week

Below are the results of the play
during the past week of the Men's
"Slow Pitch" Softball League.
Thursday, April 19, it was Vitro
Over Wewa Bank by a score of 4-3
0 and Lions over Florida National
Bank *by a score of 15-7.
Burgin went all the way for Vitro
giving up eight hits and allowing
three runs. Carl Zimmerman was
on the mound for the Wewa Bank
and allowed seven hits. Jim Clen-
ny of Vitro knocked a home run
. ... .. .. ... .. ._ and Grabowski -of Vitro had three
)UP BONE!- Stafford, catcher of the Ford Western hits for three at bats.
s up to throw team, and Bill Winters, Little Boys Lea- Joe Parrott, Bill Flemming land
62 Little Boys gus president. Hannon's throw made it Ted Beard shared mound duties for
on are Buddy to the mound. (A photo) the Lions club allowing 10 hits to
Sthe Florida Bank. Walter Dodson
worked the mound for the bank
a B* giving up -20 safeties. Bill Barlow
0 e Iwas the big stick of the night pick-

slam. Other homers were hit by
* Norton, McKnight and Nedley of a
SIthe Lions Club and Tumer of the
Monday night of this week, the
Lions were again victorious gather-
The Little Boy's Baseball season' the Boxers by the lopsided score ing a victory over Wewa Bank, 8-6.
for 1962 officially got underway in of 35 to 5. Florida Bank picked up its first
both leagues here in Port St. Joe In Tuesday's game, the American victory by downing Vitro 8-6.
Monday-afternoon, at 5:00 p.m. League Sockeys defeated the Do- Theo Joh'nson and Carl Zimmer-
Mayor Frank Hannon threw out zers, 25 to 11. In the National man shared mound duties for the i
the first ball in both the National League, it was the Civitans over Wewa Bank giving up seven hits. w
and American Leagues to officially the Krafties, six to one. Tom Ford and Joe Parrott pitched 1
open the season. Two games are 'played toch Mon- for the Lions, giving up eight hits. t
In the National League .game, the day, Tuesday, Thursday and Fri- Tommy Pridgeon and Bill Brown R
Rotary ran over the Ford -Western day -afternoons at 'the Little Boys led the bank hitting with two hits p
team 20 to 7. In the American Baseball Fields beginning at 5:00 each for three trips to the bat. Med-
League, it was the Hard'Stars over p.m. lin and Beard led the Lions hitting t
department with two for four. t
S* i iLane and Ragan were the battery o
J y sL Will Fry and Sell Fish uDnners for Vitro giving up only 10 hits to
'- the Florida Bank. Walter Dodson I
At Democratic Rally Here Next Saturday and Ron Pots went the route for
'the 'bank, also giving up 10 hits. t
The bank was able to convert eight '
The Gulf County Democratic Ral- BOW J of their hits for runs, while the c
ies will :be held Saturday afternoon DOWUoi1 Hno red Vitro 10 was held to six runs.
at 2:00 p.m. in Overstreet and at Bob Shaw led the 'batting for
5:00 p.m. in Wewahitchka. By Annual Staff both teams when he hit four dou- t
On Saturday afternoon of next bles for four times *at bat for Vit- t
week the ,rallies will move to Port ro. He was helped 'by Hayser with f
St. Joe where they will 'be held A high point of Teacher Apprec- two for four and Ragan with 'two t
across the street from the West iation Week at Port St. Joe High for three. a
Florida Gas Company office begin- School was the assembly that was Joe Davis led the Bankers with
ning at 4:00 p.m. held in the gymnasium on Wednes- three hits for four at bats and Joe t
In conjunction with the rallies, c'ay afternoon last week. Evans with two for three. C
in Port St. Joe, the Port St. Joe The yearbook staff was in charge STANDINGS
Jaycees are planning a big fish fry o: the program, and, at this time, Club Won Lost b
to be held at the location of the presented the 1962 Monument to Lions Club 3 0 e
rally. All Jaycees will be on hand the student body. Brenda Ward, Wewa Bank 1 2
preparing and selling the fish din- editor of the yearbook, introduced Fla. Nat. Bank 1 2


.ners for $1.00 each. Advance tick-
ets are already on sale 'by mem-
bers of the Jaycees.
In addition to the May 5 fish fry
Tuesday night, May 8 featuring up-
to-the-minute returns from all 11
of Gulf Counties' precincts.
The Board-will be up high where
everybody can see, will Tbe well
lighted and will 'be written large
enough for 'everyone to see


Th e aycees are making arrange-
and had less than $3,000.00 in the ments to have are ma stationed atrrange-
'k in 'e ot wt p y of meats to have 'a manu stationed at,
bank in the other, with plenty of eto give eriod-
bills to be paid. And on top of that, counts ashevotes are tallie
the City owed $40,000.00 to Ebanks. ical counts as the *votes are tallied.
This year, 4he City has $9,000.00 The Jaycees will also man a
i yr, h $ ,0 snack bar along with their tote
in the bank, which they owe, and a
do not owe any to the banks. How- 'board, and invite everyone to make
ever, they will be forced to .borrow plans now to attend their election
to complete the fiscal year. Last night party.
year, they had borrowed to the lim-
it and just had to suffer- it out- Odum Elected Class Officer
along with the City's creditors. At Ouachita College
The $16,000.00 plus owed to lein
holders now, is what the City used ARKADELPHIA, Ark. David
last year to continue to pay its la- Odum, son of the Rev. and Mrs. J.


bor and bills.
So, although the city financial
-picture is a little gray at this time
(as it is almost every year at 'this
time) all is not lost.
4.4 4.: 4.:
A family with six children (such
as ours) and one bathroom, normal-
ly has a well-used -bathroom, to say
the least.
And as a consequence, you can
usually find most anything in this
popular room-especially after said
six kids finish their baths.
We have found clothing, books,
funny 'papers, cups, bubble blowers
torn shower curtains and practical-
ly everything, including a half
drowned Siamese cat in our bath-
room. But the other day capped it
off. Hanging neatly (as neatly as a
kid can hang it) was a regulation


St. Joe, e -.. c*li: .
ed vice ri,- ur, a avim
of the L Vlrhomore
class n annual
spring ble t3ont
at Oua.hbta Bap- .,
tist College Wed-R '
nesday ,_,f 1. .
week. .
Odum, a journa- David Odum
lism major, defeated Sheila Water-
man of Lake Village, Ark., 149 to
95. He is a 1961 graduate of Port
St. Joe High School.

army bugle. Don't know where it
came for or what it was used for
in the bathroom but there it hung.
Life in our household is full of
such little surprises.


the members of the staff as each
one 'stepped from the pages of a
mammoth replica of this year's is-
sue of The Monument.
There was a hushed silence as
Prenda utrned the next page of
tae large yearbook and read the
following dedication.
"We, the staff of the 1962
Monument, proudly dedicate 'this
'annual to one who has worked
untiringly for the betterment of
our school.
"He has truly set an example
worthy to be remembered and
followed and has had much in-
fluence on our lives.
"Because we admire you for all
these things, we dedicate our
1962 Monument to you, Mr. Leroy
Bowdoin, our principal."
Mr. Bowdoin came forward to ac-
cept the copy of the yearbook. He
expressed his appreciation to the
staff for "one of the nicest 'things
that has ever happened to me."
The officers of the yearbook staff
are: editor, Brenda Ward; assist-
ant editor, Norma Todd; business
manager, Kay Creech; assistant
business manager, Tony Maige.
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Service Office Will

Be Closed Next Week

The County Veteran's Service
Office will be closed all next week
from April 30 to May 7, according
to J. J. Hill, service officer.
The office will be closed while
the service officer attends a veter-
ans service school and conference
at Daytona Beach.
Want Ads Ge- LResIlt
Want Ada Get Resaj1tk


Vitro Corp 1


Hospital Readies


2


To Observe Week

Present day hospital care repre-
sents a unique combining of science
and personal attention, Miss Min-
erva McLane, administrator of the
Municipal Hospital, said this week
just prior to the opening of Na-
,tional Hospital Week on May 6.
"Scientific advances have been
translated into life-saving equip-
ment, medications, and medical
techniques," Miss McLane said,
"but they are passed on to the pa-
tient only because physicians, nur-
ses and other medical personnel
are present to use them."
Each patient has special needs
that can be met only by individual
attention. While the scientific and
technical advances contribute to a
patient's recovery, they must be
prescribed and provided individual-
ly to meet the patient's exact
needs, Miss McLane said.
To 'fulfill this goal, community
hospital's have more than two em-
ployees for every patient. Each
year, one in eight persons is hos-
pitalized, and each of these persons
benefits from the advances of medi-
cal science and from the attention
of the hospital staff.
Municipal Hospital is joining oth-
er hospitals throughout the coun-
try in observing National Hospital
Week, May 6-12. This year's theme,
"Your Hospital. Uniting Science
and Patient -Care," points out that
each person who enters a hospital
will benefit from the latest scien-
tific advances and the most careful
human attention to his individual
needs.


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchant!e
.r'. W '*X -- t. 1'


THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1962


NUMBER 30


SAsphyxiated In Accident




n Chemical Company Plant

During the night shift on April 23, the Glidden Company plant in Port St. Joe ex-
perienced a tragic accident. Two shift operators died of apparent suffocation while work-
ing inside a tank car. The men were Henry I. Rish and Lloyd J. Husband.


The two men died about 4:00 a.m.
Tuesday when one of the men was
apparently overcome by -asphyxia-
tion while cleaning a tank car and
.the second worker attempted to
rescue him.
Dead on arrival at :the local hos-
,pital were Henry Rish 'and Jack
Husband, both of Wewahitchka.
Both men were in their early thir-
ty.s.
According to the Glidden plant
watchman 'on duty 'at the time, the
two men went to the tank car to
perform their task at 3:35 a.m. By
4:00 a.m. the ambulance had arriv-
ed to carry them to the hospital.
Company employees stated that
Rish and Dewey Patterson had just
finished cleaning and filling one
tank car 'when they started on the
one that proved fatal to Rish and
Husband.
Officials of the Glidden tall oil
plant are conducting an investiga-
tion to determine the cause of the
accident-their first lost time acci-
dent in five years 'of operation at
the local plant. The sequence of
events as described by -witnesses
was as follows:
Rish went into the empty tank
cars to clean it and collapsed. Dew-
ey Patterson, stationed on the out-
side of the car to 'look out for any
irregularities recognized 'that Rish
was in trouble and summoned Hus-
band for help. Husband went into
;he car in an attempt to remove
Rish and 'was also -apparently as-
phyxiated.
Patterson then summoned addi-
tional help. Karl Marshall entered
the tank wearing an oxygen mask
and attached a rope to Husband
who was then pulled from the tank.
n removing I-nsband, Marshall's
lir supply was interrupted momen-
tarily as he left the tank and he
'blacked out" but immediately re-
covered when his mask was remov-
ed.
At about this 'time, Phillip Cha-
tham, Production Superintendent of
the plant, who had been summoned
rom home, arrived and entered
the tank wearing the oxygen mask
and removed Rish.
Mouth to mouth artificial respira-
tion was applied to both men by
Chatham and other Glidden employ-
ees. Oxygen was also administer
by Dr. Wayne Hendrix without suc-
Cess.
Both Rish and Husband had been
employed 'by the Glidden plant
since it began operation five years
ago.


Jack Husband, age 29, is surviv-
ed by his widow, Mrs. Betty Ann
Husband and two sons, Jack, Jr.,
and John Melton; his 'mother and
father, Judge and Mrs. Sam P. Hus-
band and one brother, Thomas J.


all of Wewahitchka.
Funeral .services were held at
2:00 p.m. yesterday from 'the Meth-
odist Church in Wewahitchka with
the Rev. Dwight Wooten assisted
by Rev. Coyt H. Jordan assisting.
Interment was in Jehu Cemetery.
Henry I. Rish, age 33, is survived
by his widow, Mrs. Joyce Rish, two
sons, Hank and Ralph and his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Rish all
of Wewahitchka; three brothers,


Roy of Pensacola, Bob .of Wewa-
hitchka and William J. of Port St.
Joe.
Last rites were held from the
Wewahitchka Methodist Church
yesterday afternoon at 4:00 p.m.
with the Rev. Coyt Jordan officiat-
ing, assisted by Rev. Dwight Woot-
en. Interment was in Jehu Ceme-
tery.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of 'arrangements.


FOUR TEEN-AGERS WERE HOSPITALIZED as a result
of an automobile accident Sunday afternoon. The youths
were in the car pictured above when it left the road and
slammed into a culvert. (4 photo)


Auto Accident Injures Four Teen-Agers

Near Ward Ridge Sunday Afternoon


Four teen-agers were injured
Sunday dft ;Too'1 in ,an automobile
-accident on the Holly Hill Ceme-
tery Road near Ward Ridge at
about 5:15 p.m.
The automobile, a 1958 Chevro-
let, was driven by Barbara Corbin,
age 14 of Oak Grove, who was be-
ing taught to drive by Robert Wat-
son, -age 17 of Ozark, Ala. Watson.
is the Corbin girl's uncle.


Other passengers In the automo-
bile were Faye Sherrim, age 13
and Marie Sierrea, age 17, both of
Oak Grove.
The car left the road and hit a
culvert injuring all the occupants.
Watson received a ,bruised arm.
Faye Sherrim received a fractured
knee. Marie Sierrea received a
'cut over her eye which took 18
stitches and small cuts in the
head. Barbara Corbin had her
mouth broken up and a bad cut on
her lip. Eight of her teeth had to
'be removed and she is still confin-
ed to the Municipal Hospital.
The automobile was a total loss.


Cance- Pire Has _---

Already Topped Goal

The Gulf County Cancer Society
has already exceeded its 1962 goal
with several days left in the drive
and their biggest money making
project still to be staged. Contribu-
tions to 'date 'amount to $2,580.96.
Gulf's goal was $2,500.00.
Drive Chairman, Mrs. Herbert
Brown credits the volunteer work-
ers and the Key Club, who manned
a road block, for having done a
fine job .toward reaching the goal.
The annual horse show, with pro-
ceeds going to the Cancer Drive,
and which normally accounts for
nearly half of the drive's funds is
scheduled for June 9 in, Wewahitch-
ka. This show, with its record of
high income, will place Gulf consid-
erably over its goal for the year.
Several other sources of income
are still not heard from, but will
also add to the margin of money
collected over the $2,500.00 goal.


Duties and Functions Of A



County Commissioner Listed


In our form of county govern- '(4) The alteration, -maintenance
Fire Department ment, the County Commission holds of county roads or highways.
Gets Six Calls a very important position in this (5) The issuance of bonds for
Gets Six Calls government. Their duties are many the purposes of erecting a court
Port St. Joe's Volunteer Fire De- and varied, each having its own im- house, jail, to build and construct
apartment has received a total of portance towards the maintenance roads and to refund the present
six brush fire calls during the past of this county. outstanding indebtedness. They al-
week, all due to dry weather and Your board of Commissioners so must prescribe the rate of in-
high winds. has the responsibility of levying terest on these bonds.
The rash of fires started Satur- taxes on the constituents of this
day, when the department answer- county and in turn utilizing this (6) The apportionment and levy-
ed two alarms. Two more were an- money to serve the county. The ing of all county taxes in accord-
swered Sunday, ?5ne Tuesday and budget for the present year is ap- ance with the law, either for speci-
one yesterday at noon. proximately $500,000.00, no small fic or general .purposes, except
The 'most serious of the fires was amount in itself. when otherwise provided by law.
in the Simmons Bayou area where In order that you, the voters, (7) The investment and reinvest-
several acres of woodlands burned may become more familiar with ment of surplus public funds.
and several houses were threatened the duties and responsibilities of (8) The provision for equipment
by the wind-whipped blaze. a County Commissioner, we are and supplies needed for the Sher-
listing some of them below. iff's Department.
High School PTA They are responsible for: Each Commissioner receives com-
Meeting Is Postponed (1) The building and repairing pensation of $125.00 a month plus
of county buildings, roads and $100.00 for expenses in the carrying
The regular meeting of the High bridges. out of his udties.
School PTA, scheduled for Thurs- (2) The representation of the' These are of course only a few
day, April 26 will not be held, due county in the prosecution of all of the duties and powers of the
to the FEA holidays, legal causes. county commissioner. However, we
The next regular meeting of this (3) The care and provision for can see that it is a very responsi-
organization will be held on Thurs, the poor and Indigent people of ble position requiring a very re-
day, May 24. this county, sponsible person.


10c
PER COPY


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR


LOOSEN UP THE OLD S(
Mayor Frank Harinon wind
out the first ball of the 19(
Baseball season. Looking



Little Lea



With Act


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WES--LEY R. RAMSEY

Port St. Joe nearly had two
more tragedies this week when
two boats over-turned in Lake
Wimico Saturday spilling their oc-
cupants into the drink. But, luckily
help was -at hand on both occasion's.
'Saturday morning James Beaman
and Leroy Stokes were capsized in
their boat ,and were promptly res-
cued by Lamar Moore and "W.-'J.
Herring.
Later in the day, Rev. Harry Bab-
bitt, St. James' Episcopal Rector,
Raymond Lawrence and Rev. Bab-
bitt's brother-in-law were spilled
into the lake and were rescued by
James Martin of White City.
(I knew us Baptists would get
that Episcopalian immersed some
way or other.)
Which 'all' points out the fact that
Spring is here, boats are taking to
the water and it is high time for
mariners to begin -taking such pre-
cautions as life preservers, safe
boating practices, etc. We hate to
write obituaries.

Last week's headlines on the fi-
nancial condition of the City was,
in actuality, true. But, the entire
story wasn't told, and we feel it
deserves telling.
The City is for all practical pur-
poses broke, but yet, it is in better
financial condition than it has been
for several years.
Take last year at this time for
instance, the city was about $2,000
overdrawn on one of its accounts


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Garden Club Spring Golden Agers
Conference to be Held Here
The Spring Conference of Presi-
dents of Florida Federation of Gar- Club M eets
den Clubs, District Two will meet
at St. James Parish House on Tues- The Golden Agers Club held their
day, May 1. A coffee hour will be rgeular -meeting Monday evening
,held from 9:30 to 10:00 a.m. The in the Stac House. Mrs. Alma Van-
business session will begin prompt- landingham and Mrs. Ellen Kirk-
ly at 10:00 a.m. land were hostesses for this meet-
At this time, plans for the year's ing. Eleven members were .present.
activities of the Federation will be Mrs. Calla Perritt called the
presented to the club presidents, meeting to order aild led the group
circle chairmen and program com- in prayer. Then the members prac-
mittees so that they may be in- tied singing their club song, "Hi,
corporate into the local club's Neighbor".
programs. All members joined in the plan-
At the close of the meeting the ned amusements for the evening.
dedication of the Blue Star Memor- This consisted first of each mem-
ial marker will take place, her drawing a picture illhistrating
The following program will be some event in the history of our
,presented: country. Then the drawings were
Fanfare, Port St. Joe High School exchanged and each one tried to
Band. guess the event illustrated in the
Presentation of Colors, National drawing and write the name under
Guard. fl1t U f.1U. flaL. WAs. itAcht u iU


Linda Lou Williams Becomes Bride of

James Clinton Cox Friday, April 20


$14.98

SWEETEST SISSY ON
THE BLOCK... the little, pampered
dress. Shirred bodice trimmed with
dyed-to-match lace. Dacron*polyester/
cotton in show-off shades. Sizes 5tol5.
*DUPont trademark

COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE


Sourin (lranc Sale


April 26 through May 12
HERE IS A FEW OF OUR LOW PRICES:
Regularly $1.75
Large Ligustrum --------now 1.25
Regularly 75c
Medium Ligustrum ------now .50
Regularly $1.75
Large Oleander -----now 1.25
Regularly $2.25
Large Photinia Serrulatta -- now 1.50
Regularly $2.50
Large Viburnum--------now 1.75
Regularly $2.50
Silver Maples--------- now 2.00
Regularly $3.00
Pear Trees, 8 to 10 ft. now 2.25
Nice Budded Gardenias ------ 1.00
We also have good prices on
Citrus Camellias Azaleas
Pittisporium Pyracantha Cherry Laurel
and Many Other Shrubs

We Have Got To Move This Stock!

We Need The Room!
COME and LOOK-Ask about our delivery service
Our plans WILL LIVE We Cut Your Cans

BUY A NICE .

AFRICAN VIOLET
for Mother's Day "Full of Blooms"



Vittfu's Nursery

Port St. Joe, Florida Phone 227-3046


I


Miss Linda Lou Williams, daugh-
ter of' Mrs. Ruth Williams of High-
land View and James Clinton Cox.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox
also of Highland View, were united
in marriage Friday afternoon, Ap-
ril 20 in the Highland View Metho-
dist Church. A double ring cere-
mony was ,performed by Rev. Char-
lie M. Parker of Mexico Beach.
The bride wore a street length
dress of white shantung with three-
quarter length sleeves, and a small
chapel hat. She carried a white Bi-
ble with a bouquet of white carna-
tions.
The bride was given away by
her uncle, Dan Hatfield of Port St.
Joe.
Miss Laura Williams, sister of
the 'bride, was the bride's only at-
tendant. Eugene Cox, brother of the
roomo, served as best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Cox will reside in
Imperial Beach, California, where
he is stationed in the U. S. Navy.


Club to Observe

Anniversary
The Port St. Joe Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi will celebrate the 31st
anniversary .of the organization's
founding April 27 at 7:30 p.m. A
banquet in which the chapter will
join together for this occasion will
be held at the St. Joe Motel.
I Thirty-one years ago, the first
chapter of the Sorority was formed
in Abilene, Kansasi. There are now
7,000 chapters and 150,000 members
in 14 countries.
,In addition to the banquet, tra-
ditional ceremonies will be obser-
ved. The history of the local chap-
ter will be reviewed and 'pledge
members will receive their final de-
gree of membership. Those receiv-
ing this are: Mrs. Etta McLeod,
Frances Graham, Alene Abrams,
Delores, Cox, Sammir olean amd
Greta Freeman.
Mrs. Gladys Brown and Wandis
Scott are serving as chairmen of
the Founder's Day Banquet. The
toastmistress for 'the evening is
Mrs. Sara Peters. Other members
who will have a part in the pro-
gram are: Mrs. Elva Jones nad
Mrs. Pauline McGill.
Mrs. Jean, Martin has been se-
lected for the honor of presenting
a special message from the soror-
ity's founder. She has received 'the
message from the international
headquarters in Kansas City. It will
be the central event of 'the evening
and the culmination of the program.


Long Avenue

Circle Meetings
The WMS Circles of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church met this
this month for a very informative
program "Missionaries Are Need-
ed". The program consisted of the
many kinds of Missionaries that
are needed now. Is God calling you
and your family to serve Him on
one of the mission fields? We ask
that you pray for a deeper dedica-
Ition and determination in 'doing
our share toward supplying more
missionaries.
Circle One met April 17 with
Mrs.. Grady Player. The Royal Ser-
.ice program was given. Members
present were: Mrs. W. D. Sykes,
Miis. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. Durel
Brigman, Mrs. E. E. Weeks, Mrs.
H. L.'Ford, Mrs. John Core and one
visitor.
'Circit Two .met April' 17 with
Mrs. Joe Ferrall. The Royal Ser-
vice program was given and the
circle sent an Easter 'box 'to -the
girl they have adopted in the Chil-
dren's Home. Members .present
were: Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. T. J.
Braxton, Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs.
J. C. Odum, Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, Mrs.
Frank Barnes, Mrs. John Dickey a
new member.
,Circle Three met April 17 with
Mrs. Herman Barbee. The Royal
Service program was given on
"Missionaries Are Needed".
Circle Five ;met April 17 with
Mrs. T. M. Watts. The Royal Ser-
vice program, "Missionaries Are
Needed" was given. Present were:
Mrs. Gene Fowler, Mrs. Mary Bar-
ham, Mrs. Tim Boone, Mrs. Calvin
Musselwhite, Mrs. Wesley R. Ram-
sey, Mrs. J. D. Clark. Miss Alma
Baggett and two visitors, Mrs. Oak-
land Ard of Jay and Mrs. Cecil Par-
rish.
Circle Six met April 16 at the
Long Avenue Baptist Church with
Mrs. Gary Manz as hostess. The
Royal Service program Missionar-
ies Are Needed was given. Mem-
bers present were: Mrs. Charles
Marshall, Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Mrs.
-Clyde White, Mrs. James Atkinson,
Ms. David Jenkins, Mrs. Donald
Laird, Mrs. Russell Goolsby, Mrs.
John Howard, Mrs. Billy Norris and
Mrs. Danny Maddox. The following
Youth Week officers and chairmen
were present: WrMU president, Nel-
lie Clark; circle chairmen, Carol
Alligood, Fran Robbins, Evelyn
Dockery, Barbara Martin, Cecelia
Boone, Catherine Ramsey.
Circle Seven met April 17 with


"America The Beautiful", Port
St. Joe High School Band.
Invocation, Rev. C. Byron Smith,
Pastor First Baptist Church.
Welcome, Mrs. Ethel M. Bridges,
Director, District II and Vice Pres-
ident, Port St. Joe Garden .Club.
Purpose, Mrs. George J. Roark,
State Parks and Memorial Chair-
man.
Dedication and Unveiling, Mrs.
Jack Duilap, President Florida
Federation Garden Clu'bs, Inc.
Acceptance, Member State Road
Board.
Significance, Chief R. E. Hall-
stead, U. S. Coast Guard, Cape San
Bias.
"The National Anthem", Pont St.
Joe High School Band.
Benediction, Rev. John C. Carmi-
chael, Pastor F i r s t Methodist
Church.
"Taps", Port St. Joe High School
Band.
The public is cordilaly invited to
'take part in this program.
This marker is erected to honor
all those who have served, are serv-
ing and will serve in the defense of
our country.


Me drawing. pat was. lacked in
artistic ability 'was balanced by the
fun received out of the efforts.
Next, the group, men and wom-
en, were given crepe paper and
pens and were told to make a 'be-
'lated (Easter bonnet for their own
heads. It 'was very surprising to
find that the men did as well at
this job as the women. Everyone
made an interesting and attractive
hat.
While the hostesses were busy I
'preparing to serve their refresh-
ments, th'e group enjoyed a period
of group singing. They did a good
rendition of the song, "In the Land
Where We Never Grow Old".
Delicious finger food and coffee
.and punch were .served. Everyone
thoroughly enjoyed the evening and
expressed their wonder that so
many of our ider citizens neglect
to come -out 'and enjoy an evening
of clean fun among people of their
own age.
So, come on, you Senior Citizens
and join us next time we meet,
Monday 'evening, May 14 at 8:00
p.m. in the Stac House.
CARD OF THANKS
I would like to take this means
n? famlrm ha ma~th,r nthP


f U bLtUhanking the members o U e
First Baptist Church, -my other
Mrs. George Holland. The Royal friends, Dr. Wayne Hendrix and
Service Program was given and the, the nurses at the Municipal Hospi-
Circle agreed to sponsor a girl in ,tal for the many kindnesses shown
the Children's Home. Members Ime during my recent stay in the
present were: Mrs. Raymond Har- hospital.
dy, Mrs. Barney Early, Mrs. James The flowers and cards were cer-
Traweek, Mrs. James Jones and tainly enjoyed.
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(This week's article on the
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School.)
WE THE PEOPLE FIGHT
CANCER
By Barbara Young
Some say, "Why fight cancer?
When your time comes, you'll die."
But my opinion is to fight: fight
with all the will power you have.
Take for instance, the great fight-
er, the American Cancer Society.
They conducted their first cam-
palgn against cancer in 1937. Over
two thousand people volunteer each
year to 'fight cancer. This society
has ,spent over ninety-seven million
dollars on cancer research. The Na-
tional Cancer Institute was. set up
Sfor scientists to study cancer, to
experiment with it, and to try to
try to find the causes and cure.
-Today, the most common type of
cancer is lung cancer. It is the lead-
ing cause fvt death in men. It is es-
timated that 39,300 people will die
of cancer this year. 34,000 of these
will be men. Just -stop and think.
,One of these 34,000 may be you!
The cause and 'prevention of can-
cer has not- yet ;been found. But
much evidence has. proven beyond
a doubt that cigarette smoking canu-
ses cancer. Whether it's the tar in


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1962


the cigarette or the tobacco itself
is not known.
You know, I often wonder how it
is we sleep at night. Do you ever
really think about what cancer
does? I know I do. There is so
much we can do to conquer can-
cer. And yet there is still more we
can't do. The greatest detection we
'have against cancer is the know-
ledge you yourself have. For in-
stance, the Seven Danger Signals.
You should already know them.
You should -find out how cancer
works. Some cancer will grow so
rapidly you don't stand a chance.
Other cancer grows very slowly.
Why this is, scientists have not yet
discovered.
Cancer is the second most ter-
rible disease there is. If you could
see a person that is suffering from
cancer you 'would 'be thankful.
Thankful that you know enough
about cancer .and are aware of the
pain and suffering it can cause you
if 'not found in time.
In theory, all cancer is curable
when it's possible to remove or de-
stroy all of the cancer cells .exist-
ing in a person's 'body. So the best
thing 'to do is learn all you can
about cancer, and have an annual
check-up. You say "Why 'worry?"
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WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
April 10, 1952
Tho Board of County Commissioners of
Gull County, Florida, met this date in regu-
lar seliton with the following members pres-
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Leo Ken-
nedy,liNeva Croxton, James H. Greer and
A. J.;'rickland. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attor-
ney, Sod Superintendent, Civil Defense Di-
rector,-Engineer and Mosquito Control Di-
rector were also present.
The meeting came to order at 9:00 o'clock
A.M. The Chairman opened the meeting with
prayer.
The minutes of March 6th, 13th and 27th
were read, approved and adopted.
The Clerk read the following letter to the
Board:
Section 510-40--State Road 386
Mr. George Y. Core
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf County
Wewahitchka, Florida
Dear Sir:
This will acknowledge your letter of
March 28 stating that the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County has asked
you to inquire about the Road Department's
plans for constructing a bridge across the
Intracoastal Waterway near Overstreet. You
also inquire about what kind of funds
would be used for this construction.
This road is a part of the primary sys-',
tern and is eligible for primary funds How-
ever, due to the small amount of traffic
and the high cost of such a structure, it is
my opinion that it will be necessary to
make use of this floating bridge for quite
some time. There are many places on the
primary system that funds are urgently
needed and it is doubtful if funds would
be available for this project any time in
the near future.
Very truly yours,
G. L. Dickenson
District Engineer
Gld/mb
cc: Mr. William T. Mayo
' The Board discussed said letter and de-
cided not to take it as a final answer, but
to pursue this project for a future program.
The Road Department filed its monthly
reports for March. The Board discussed the
many road problems in the County due from
the last rain storm. After discussion, Chair-
man Harden stated that he realizes the
urgent need to repair the many wash-outs
caused from the storm; that the Road De-
partment will make thie repairs as fast as
possible; if there are any major projects
that will require a heavy expenditure, such
projects will have to wait until additional
roads funds are made available, because the
Road Budget is running very low at this
time; that he will neVer be in favor of lay-
ing off any County employee as a means
of reducing expenditures, but that he had
rather shut down some of the machinery
and if necessary, to use shovels to do some
of the work. The Board agreed with the
Chairman and directed the Road Suptrinten-
dent to continue working all employees.
The Civil Defense Director reported on
the activities for the month of March and
told the Board that his Department now
has plans to purchase a Fire Truck from
the State, to be paid for by funds donated
by the City of Port St. Joe and to be used
by a Civil Defense team in said City. He also
told the Board that .Mr. William H. Carr of
Port St. Joe has agreed to loan the Couity
Civil Defense rescue unit his Crash Boat
for the purpose of all rescue work; that
there will be no charge for the use of the
Boat, except- the Civil Defense will pay for
all fuel used.
The Board 'directed the Clerk to cancel
the -following County Warrants:
No. 85--MR&R Trucking Company, $43.00
dated 6-13-61, Fine and Forfeiture Fund.
No. 1419, The Lawyers Cooperative Pub-
lishers dated 10-10-61, General Fund $38.32.
Mr. W. 0. Forehand presented a right of
way deed for a street in Highland View
and by motion of Commissioner Croxton,
seconded by Commissioner Greer, and duly
carried, said deed was ordered record in
the Public Records.
The Mosquito Control Supervisor filed a
letter of approval for Project "E" construc-
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98 at Dead Man's curve. Day Shift
The Board directed the Clerk to pay the Clerk, Mrs. Tom Parker, Sr. Inspectors,
Calhoun General Hospital $75.00 on a bill Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingliam, Mrs. James E.
for Gertie Bell Porter. Perritt and Mrs. B. H. Smith.
The following names were placed on lih, Night Shift
indigent list: Jewel Callhan, $15.00; Erline Clerk, Mrs. J. T. Ricketson. Inspectors,
Letaker (1 month) $15.00; Annie D. Hud- Mrs. R. H. Tynes, Mrs. Ivey J. Cooper and
gins, $15.00; C. D. Kelly, $16.00; Lucy Mrs. Richard Dawson.
Raffield, $15.00. PRECINCT 10
Mr. William Vada requested that "Elow Port St. Joe
Down" signs be erected at Beacon Hill. This Day Shift
matter was referred to the State Road De- Clerk, Harry McKnight, Clerk. Inspectors,
apartment. Mrs. Durel Brigman, Mrs. George Cooper
SMrs. Garland Dunlap wants the County and Mrs. Jo Ann Wise.
to clear off the two County lots adjoining Night Shift
her property. The Road Superintendent was Clerk, Mrs. George Wimberly. Inspectors.
instructed to attend to this matter. Louise Parker, Kathryn Plair and Marion
After discussion, there was a motion by McCall.
Commissioner Kennedy, seconded by Corn- PRECINCT 11
missioner Croxton and duly carried, that the Oak Grove
County advertise to sell Lots 18 and 20, Day Shift
Block 13, Beacon Hill Subdivision, the sale Clerk, Mrs. Nita Vern Jolly. Inspectors.
to be held on said property at 2:00 P.M., Ruth Griffin, Mrs. Talmadge Kennedy and
May 15, 1962. Mrs. Joel Lovett.
Commissioner Croxton told the Board Night Shift
that she was still receiving complaints about Clerk, Mrs. J. F. Christian. Inspectors,
the water standing in the road running from Mrs. Ruby Hill, Mrs. Myrtle Farmer and
White City to the State Road draina'ne ditch. Mrs. Beatrice Revells.
The Board directed the Road Superintendent The Farm Agent presented his monthly
to take care of this problem report for March and the same was ordered
The Chairman discussed thie possibility of filed.
having a meeting with the Franklin County All payrolls for the Month of March were
Board to determine the feasibility of Gulf approved and ratified as paid.
and Franklin County establishing a joint The Boar a joint The Board announced that the first regu-
weather warning system. The Board directed lar meeting of May will fall on election day,
the Civil Defense Director to look into this therefore, said meeting will be held the next
Bmor. day, May 9, 1962,1 at 9:00 A.M.
The Board directed the Clerk to correct There being no further business, the
the record as to the County Engineer; that meeting adjourned.
the firm of Florida Engineering Associates, ATTEST:
Inc., is retained as Consultants to tihe Board
of County Commissioners for 1962, with George Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Mr. Max Kilbourn acting as local represen- Clerk Chairanan
tatives. GENERAL FUND
The following Election Boards were ap- W. B. Coppedge, Salary ...... $104.15
pointed to manage the Primary Elections in S. T. Morris, Salary ............ 114.15
Mal of 1962, to-wit: C. E. Daniell, Salary .......... 182.33
Pauline Sowers, Salary .......... 25.00
PRECINCT 1 Director Internal Revenue, W-1I Tax 47.30
Wewahitchka City Hall Ray E. Green, Compt, Comp Retire ... 19.55
Day Shift Gulf Co. Social Security, S S .... 15.28
Clerk, Mirs. Jeanette Lindsey: Inspcc n.r, Colonial Life & Aci,, Ins .......... 6.00
Mrs. Dollic Weeks, Mrs. Susie Hall id ir GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL
rSell Price Samuel Marion Graves, Jr., Salary 139.16
Night Shift G. C. Dykes, Salary ............ 117.65
Clerk, Mlr. Roy Taylor. In.speton'rs. Iih,,i L. F. Sellers, Salary ............ 132.69
Semmes, Robert Brown and C. 0. Mi lLnr Director Int. Rev., WH Tax ......22.60
PRECINCT 2 Ray E. Green, Compt, Retire; .... 18.13
Wewahitchka Gulf Co. Social Security, S S ..... 14.17
Day Shift Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins. .... 9.00
Clerk. C. W1 Norton. ,Jr. Inspectors. Mrs. i ... GENERAL FUND ....
Rose Campbell, Mrs. Carl Deani ai Mrs E C. Harden, Sr., Salary ...... 108.50
Tommie Turner. Leo Kennedy, Salary .......... 104.00
Night Shift rNeva Croxton, Salary .......... 114.30
Clerk, Steve Nations. Inspectors, Sam A. J. Strickland, Salary ........... 108.50
Britt, Charles E. Doyal and Paul Smith. James H. Greer, Salary ........ 108.50
PRECINCT 3 George Y. Core, Salary ........ 354.16
Dalkeith Otis Smith Building Mrs. C. G. Rish, Salary .......... 89.18
Clerk, Mrs. Walter Crutchfield. Inspectors, David Gaskin, Salary .......... 155.00
Miss Thelma an Horn, Ars. Ottis Smith an iMax W. Kolbourn, Salary ........ 47.00
A. L. Snell. Elmer Nunery, Salary .......... 120.95
PRECINCT 4 Sam P. Husband, Salary ........ 60.00
Overstreet Community Building Evelyn Pate, Salary ............ 43.20
Clerk, Mrs. Annie Cook. Inspectors, Mrs. W. HL. Fitzpatrick, Salary .......... 8.70
Ray sond Hard, Mrs. W. S. Hardy, Mn. Joseph W. Bailey, Salary ........... 8.70
Wayne Mahan. s. Robert L. McOrary, Salary ........ 8.70
PRECINCT 5 Betty G. Owens, Salary .......... 69.66
Highland View Cox Building J. J. Hill, Salary .............. 69.66
Day Shift Cubie R. Laird, Salary ........... 173.00
Clerk, Mrs. Ralph Nance. Inspectors, Mrs. Director Internal Rev., WH Tax .. 79.10
P. L. Atkinson, Mrs JJ. J. Laurimore and Gulf Co. Soc. Sec., S S .......... 12650
Mrs. Ted Whitfield. Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ....... 71.50
Night Shift Professional Ins., Ins. .......... 44.25
Clerk, J. A. Chestnut. Inspectors, Mrs. Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins. ...... 6.00
Sybil Scleffer, Mirs. Clayton Coker and ROAD and BRIDGE FUND
Mrs. P. G. Hart. Lloyd Wlhitfield, Salary ........ 189.33
PRECINCT 6 Perry S. Holley, Salary .......... 173.56
White City Community Building James F. Whitfield, Salary ...... 113.46
Clerk, Mrs. Clyde Gentry. Inspectors, Mrs. Alvi Kemp, Salary ............ 156.13
Henry Sewell, Miss Edna Davis and Mrs. Glenn W. Daniels, Salary ......... 146.73
Raymond Hightower. Cart Lester, Salary ............. 118.93
PRECINCT 7 J. A. Hall, Salary ............. 133.73
Kenneys Mill Donald J. Suber, Salary .......... 143.67
Clerk, 'Mrs. Coleman Tharpe. Inspectors, L. 1). Hughes, Salary ............ 143.67
Mrs. William Trawick, Mrs. Willie Keys and Charles R. Cleckley, Salary ...... 143.13
Mrs. Virginia Graves. William C. Lindsey, Salary ...... 134.48
PRECINCT S R. F. Knowles, Jr., Salary ........ 128.22
Port St. Joe City Hall B.E Champion, Salary .......... 105.54
Day Shift Veto Nichols, Salary ............ 105.54
Clerk, Mrs. Zola Maddox. Inspectors, irse, Sanford Armstrong, Salary ......... 123.06
W. J. Daughtry, Mrs. Pearl Smith and Mirs. K. Strickland, Salary ........ 111.96
W. M. Howell. Robert L Lester, Salary ........ 111.96
Night Shift Roy C. Tharpe, Salary .......... 109.64
Clerk, Mrs. Ethel Westbrook. Inspectors, Director Int. Rev., WH Tax ...... 217.00
Mrs. Addle Goodson, Mrs. Ernest Lowery, Jr., Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. .. 113.19
and Mrs. Lois Daniell. Gulf County Soc. Sec., S S ........ 88.37
PRECINCT 9 Colonial Life & Accit. Ins., Ins. ... 18.00
Port St. Joe Stac House ROAD and BRIDGE FUND
Wewa Hardware, Hdwe. .......... 2.00
St. Joseph Tel. & Tel., Util.........40.00
Panama Mach. & Sup., Sup. ...... 20.25
IS CHURCH Heath Motor & Sup. Co, Parts .... 28.69
SSt. Joe Auto Parts, Parts ...... 38.14
IST CHURCH Hurston Motor Co., Parts ........ 23.76
Calloway Bros., Weld. Sup. ...... 38.62
Pate's Serv. Cen., Recaps ...... 141.93
fe. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor Alvin McGlon Serv, Parts & Labor .. 3.57
I St. 1Ioe Hdwe Co., Sup .......... 35
Coas ial Auto Parts, Parts ........ t.'.5,
Taylor Parts & Sup. Co., Parts ...... 8.20
9:30 a.m. Wewa Tdwe. Co., Sup. .......... 693.66
Panama Glass Co.. Glass ........ 14.31
11:00 a.m. Snap-On Tools Corp., Tools ........ 9.75
Gulf Coast Elec., Cooj., Util. ...... 36.79
JION ---.-------- 6:45 p.m. M. 0. McDaniel & Co., Saw ...... 10.43
--- 8:00 P.. Columbian Steel Co., Steel ...... 234.54
.dnesday) -----.. 7:30 p.m. .. .

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THE STAR 1

Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue,, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
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Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
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Burford-Toothaker, Parts..........89.08
Bay Machine & Weld., Weld. ....... 10.98
GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL
Gulf White Truck, Inc., Parts .... 3.44
Florida Dev. Com., Welding parts 20.00
Player Motor Co., Parts .......... 4.91
Pate's Shell Serv., Parts .......... 7.90
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Parts .......... 3.30
St. Joe Auto Parts Co., Parts .... 15.74
Standard Oil Co., Pet. Prod .... 211.01
Willie Lindsey, Parts ............ 40 00
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
Sam P. Husband, Salary ........ 648.68
Silas R. Stone, Salary .......... 313.33
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. .... 30.00
Lindsay Wade, Labor ............. 5.00
Star Pub. Co., Typewriter Stand 27.50
ST. JOSEPH'S FIRE CONTROL
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Harland 0. Pridgeon, Corn. ...... 41.32
Samuel A. Patrick, Comrn. ........ 41.32
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
Sheriff's Requisition .......... 4,250.00,
GENERAL FUND
Ernest Bridges, Co. Ind. ........... 15.00
Don Levens Rebel Sta., Gas ...... 48.39
Ernest Bridges, Co. Ind. ......... 15.00
Carry Goodwin, .....22.49
Southeastern Tel. Co., CD serve. .... 17.50
Texas Crystals, Amateur .......... 12.11
J. J. Hill, Reimburse. ............ 26.14
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Calhoun Gen. Hosp., Co. Ind ...... 75.00
Gen. Elec. Sup. Co., Sup........ 189.24
Whatley Typewriter Co., Serv. .... 289.50
W. T. Edwards TB Hosp., Patients 116.25
Ira Hancock, Elec. Work ........ 10.00
The Murry Co., Discs ......... .. 14.95
Sam P. Husband, Fees .......... 22.1,3
H. B. Canning, M.D., Med. Serv. .... 10.00
John W. Hendrix, MD., Med. Serv. .. 10.00
William F Wager, M.D., Med. Serv... 5.00
Joseph P. Hendrix, M.D., Med. serve. 5.001
Donnie Jean Tillman, Witness Fee .. 6.00
Breeze Pub. Co., Sup. ............ 50.00
E. C. Harden, Sr., Exp. ......... 100.00
Neva Croxton, Exp ............. 100.00
James H. Greer, Exp. .......... 100.00
St. Joe Tel. & Tel. Co., Util. ...... 43.85
Costin's Dept. Store, Boots ........ 6.25
St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Util ........ 13.60


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Mrs. Robert Scott, Co. Ind. ........15.00
Mrs. M. H. Conger, ........ :15.00
Emma Darley, ........... 15.00
C. C. Davis, ............ 15,00
Grace Dunlap. ...........; 10.00
Ethel English, ............ 16.00
Kate Glass, ....... 16.00
Mrs. H. C0 Jones, ... .... 12.00
Lula Kemp, .............. 15.00
Druscilla Keel, .......... 15.00
Pinkie Mae Myers, ........ 15.00
Jessie Pitts, ............ 15.00
'Minnie Patterson, .......... 12.00
Minnie Paul, ............ 15.00
Mrs. 0. V. Scully, ........ 15.00
Mrs. Ozie Lee Thomas, ...... 15.00
Mae Creamer, ........... 15.00
Ruthie Batson, ........... 15600
Irvin Darley, ..........10.00
C. W. Sapp, ........... 15.00
Issac Hall, Sr., ........... 15.00
Mary Lee Boone, .......... 10.00
Virginia Armstrong, Mothers Pension 12.00
Inez Bright, ............. 9.00
Josie Odom, ............. 9.00
Bessie Glass, ..........10.00
.,. L. Maddox, ........ 8.00
A. J. Strickland, Exp ........... 100.00
Leo Kennedy, Exp ............. 100.00
J. J. Hill, Tel. Exp. ........... 18.05
Jewell Callahan, Co. Ind. ........ 15.00
Erline Letaker, ............ 15.00
Annie D. Hudgins, ...... 1.00
C. D. Kelley, ............ 15.00
Lucy Raffield, ....... 15.00
Calhoun Gen. Hosp., Co. Ind. ...... 76.00
Jacksonville Marine Radio, Parts and22
Radio Telephone ........... 429.26
Gene's Gulf Serv., Gas & Oil ........ .65
Hickman Television Serv., Radio parts
and labor ................. 25.75
St. Joe Hdwe. Co Sup. .......... 19.71
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High School Honor

Roll For Fifth Six-Week

Period Released
Principal' Leroy Bowdoin has re-
leased the following honor roll for
the fifth six week period of the
1961-62 school year. Those making
the necessary high grades to make
the honor roll are as follows:
ALL A HONOR ROLL
7D-Rod Bowdoin and Rainey
Fendley.
8A-Jake Belin.
8B-Dennis Dawson.
8C-Carol Wager and Ann Be-
lin.
8D-Robin Downs and Barbara
Lewis.
9A-Bobby Antley and Paula Lov-
ett.
9B-Marie Rhames.
9D-Billy Wager
1A-Kenn-eth Dykes.
100C-Ellis Stevens.
12A-Ellen Kennington and Re-
va Oakes.
12B-Barbara Bell and Mickey
Thompson.
A aqd B HONOR ROLL
7A-Tommy Atchison, Wayne
Dozier, Carl Oscar Neel and Cher-
ry White. ,
7B-Eddie McFarland, Tim Rut-
land, Danny Wall, Mike Weston,
Charlotte Maddox, Carol Mapes,
Phyllis Miles, Kathy Weeks and
Rita Rasmussen.
7C-Ann Weston, Allen Humph-
rey, Scott Hlidring, Randy Arm-
strong, Charlotte Marshall and Lar-
ry Byrd.
7D-Bryan Baxley, Andrew Lew-
is, Boyd Merritt, Paul Strobel', Mar-
go James, Vicki McGill and John
Martin.
8A-Jerry Pitts, Mark Rutland,
Linda Graham, Helen Peak, Ellen
Kaye Smith and Pat White.
8B-Jerome Barnes, William Har-
ry Smith and Catherine Ramsey.
8C-Susan Maiwell, Jennifer
Kennedy, Julia Ann Boyette and
Wayne O'Brian.
8D-Billy Antley Andy Tram-
-n4.ell, Jacque Price and Christie
Coldewey.
8ED-Michele Amchors, Keitha
Carmichael, Susan Gentry, Chrys-t-
tal Mapes, Sherry White and Rob-
ert Boone.
9A-Larry Parker and Fran Han-
non.
9B-Pete Fox and Linda Dykes. I
9C-David Babbitt, Christy Gas-
'kin, Becky Childers, Celia Cheech
and Phyllis Smith.
9D-David McCormick, Charles
Thomas, Marjorie Woolford, Bob
Craig, Edwin Nix, Wanda Odum
and Ronnie Bordelon.
10A-Patsy Patterson and Myron
Merritt.
10B-Tommy Sisk Sandfa Bass,
June McKenzie, Kathleen Smith
and Ellen Scisson.
10C-Douglas Hallman.
10D-Albert Gentry.
11A-Johnny Chafin, Sharon. Rob-
ertson and Betty Patterson.
11B-Jan Rawls and Heleneve
Rutland.
12A-George Boyer, James Gib-
son, David Nance, Pat Griswald,
Pat Kerrigan, Mary Dbll Ramsey
and Brenda Ward.
12B-Bobby Adams, Larry Davis,
George Duren., Ohesley Fensom,
Fred Joines, Samdra Brown, Dianne
Hannon, Alice Land, Mildred Till-
man, Nancy Tynes, Wands Wil-
liams, Elaine Wood and Robbie
Costing.
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School Gets they would have a change in the
E ea j| ,standings, for a change.
Excellent Rating It looked like Nedley's or WJOE
would move into first place if
At the Florida State Speech and Boyles could be beat four games by
Drama Festival held at A & M Carp's this past week.
University, April 17, the senior Boyles :beat Carp's four games
class of George Washington High I to move two and a half games into
School won a rating of excellent first place ahead of Nedley's.
with two characters being classi- Nedloy's beat WJOE four games
fied as superior in acting, "The to put them in third place and three
White Lawn", a play by Roger games behind Nedley's for second
Busfield. This is the first time in place honors.
the history of George Washington Florida Bank beat Frank and Dot
High School that a class participat- three of four games to put them
ed in a drama festival wies double in fourth place and Frank and Dot
AA, A, B and C schools throughout in fifth.
the state Bof Florida. All members Carp's is only one game out of'
of the cast and production staff fifth place.
were really inspired and stimulated Next Saturday is the last week
to develop higher standards of cul- of bowling for the teams. If Boyles
ture and communication throughout can be beat four games and Ned-
the schools. ley's will win all four of theirs, well
The .senior class members of the its very obvious that Nedley's will
cast are as .pictured. Shelia Lewis be declared first place team in the
and William Harper standing to- last week of bowling. So, somebody
gether were classified as superior had better be on the ball.
characters in the.cast. The other Billy Versiga picked up a beau-
characters are Marcel Alexander tiful 9-7 split. Frank Scott got the
and Bernice Bailey 'as shown were 5-10 split three times. He picked it
also .essential players and served up twice. Paul Robbins got a 3-10
important places in this love scene split for the day.
from 'the play. STANDINGS
The play was directed by Miss Team W L Pct.
A. C. Whigham, the English teacher Boyles 36% 191 .651
.and senior class sponsor at Wash- Nedley's 34 22 .607
ington High School. Miss Whigham WJOE 31 25 .553
also graduated from Paiue College, Florida Bank 253 30/2 .544
Augusta, Georgia. Other members Frank and Dot's 21 35 .375
of the production staff are Mago- Carp's 20 36 .357
line Willis, L. C. Mornings, Juanita
Brooks 'and Jessie Fennell. Again The Commercial Bowling League
the participants wish to say the ended their season with the stand-
experience was great, inspiring wings as follows:
and very educational. W L
Costin's 75 37
BOWLING NEWS Philco Corp. 70 42
BVWLINGe v mEI Michigan Chemical 50 62
SJPC Office 56 56
By GEORGE BOYER Vitro 56 56
The Sharks Bowling League, un- Fla. Nat. Bank 60 52
d-er the sponsorship of the Junior St. Joe Motor 46 66
Chamber of Commerce, looked like Floyd Chevrolet 35 77


SINCE THE WORLD BEGAN
Of all the people who ever reached the age of
65 since the world began, more than one fourth
are alive today. In fact, there are more peo-
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Here is dramatic evidence of the power of
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That's why we say .
Today's Prescription Is The Biggest Bargain In History
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Michigan Chemical rolled off
with SJPC Office for third place
team and the men from Michigan
won the match to give them third
place for the season. SJPC Office,
who ended up last the first half,
finished fourth.
Team and individual awards are
as follows:
High team series: Costin's 2628;
Philco, 2565; Vitro, 2564.
High team game: Costin's, 957;
Vitro, 918; Philco, 901.
Individual High Series: Medlin,
621; Pendergraft, 588; Koller, 587.
Individual high game: Koller,
267; McClain, 241; Pridgeon, 236.
Individual high average: Koller,
169.9; M'edlin, 169.2; Shaw, 266.
The Commercial League and the
officers of the League would like
to take this time to thank every-
one of the bowlers and sponsors
for a very good season. We had our
rough times but only the coopera-
tion of everyone could aid our
problems and have them work out
for the best. We hope to have all
'the teams back again next season.
W. E. GRIMES, President
Commercial Bowling League

By JAKE KOLLER
The Port St. Joe Men's Bowling
Association 'will holel their first
inter-city tournament -this week
end at the St. Joe Bowling Lanes.
The Association has purchased 21
beautiful trophies to be given to
the winners in their class. The first
place teams will receive sponsor's
trophies and the bowlers on the
first and second place teams will
receive his own team trophy. High
game and high series scratch and
handicap, first and second place
will also receive awards.
Friday night sees only 'four
teams rolling but the .top teams in
the city takes the lanes Saturday
night. All three league champions
will 'be in acion on Saturday night
and 'then Sunday will wind it up
with two teams rolling then.
The schedule is as follows:
Friday night, 8:'00 p.m., Pridgeon
Agency, Vitro Services Number
Two, Floyd's Chevrolet and SJPC
Office.
Saturday night, 6:00 p.m.: Phil-
lips66, Pylant's, Michigan Chemical
and SJPC Maintenance.
Saturday night, 9:00 'p.m.: 'Cos-
tin's, Woolford's, Vitro Services
No. 1, St. Joe Motor.
Sunday afternoon, 2:00 ,p.m., Pat
Wonder Bar, Coast Guard.


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DEMOCRATIC RALLIES

Sponsored by the Gulf County Democratic Executive Committee
LOCATION TIME DATE PLACE
Overstreet ----2:00 p.m. (EST) April 28 ------Hardy's Store
Wewahitchka -- 3:00 p.m. (CST) April 28 ----Smith's Sundries
Port St. Joe ---- 4:00 p.m. (EST) May 5 ----- Across street from
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McDonald Att ds THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1962

Gas MIo,- St. Joe was Frank McDonald, man-
ager of the West Florida Gas Com-
Miss Weida Doughtery, manager pany office bere.
of the Greenville, Ala., credit bu- Miss ,Doughtery spoke bii' the in-.
reau, spoke to the Gas Institute of portance- .f creidt I use to
West Florida in Panama City last the LP totn orlpanies.
week. The meeting was held at .____L______
Angelo's Steak Pit.
Attending ithe meeting from Port Send The Otar To A Frlend


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A. D. LAWSON,, Chairmaan


SAMMY PATRICK, Sec.









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VOTE FOR I ask for your vote and support .
.. Candidate for again, in the hope that my service
.,hool Board Member in office has justified your confi-
,. .. **', k-Dlstrict No. 1 dence. At the same time, I say my
-.. X3Y BOZENMAN j thanks to you for all the cooper.
I wish to announce my candidacy tion you've given me, as well as the FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4-bedrm. WANTED TO BUY-Old American.
for Member, Board of Public In- entire Board. In asking for re house, 2 baths, living room, din- .money. I buy silver, gold or cop-
struction, District Number 1. election, I also ask that you con. ing room, kitchen, breakfast room, ;per coins, paying top book price.
I am very much interested In our tinue this fine cooperation. utility room, venetian blinds, fire- Write A. C. Hollis, Jr., 4802 W. 19th
schools. Your problems will be my Your vote and continued support place, gas heat. Near grammar St., Panama City, Fla 2tp
pleasure to serve you. Much must will be appreciated. school. $75.00 mo. Call Mrs. James
be done to give our county better Perrftt, Phone 227-8581. tfc-1-11 CLOSE OUT on dinettes. We want
schools. Thus, I promise: to put VOTE FOR and ELECT to move them. Tables with 4
forth every effort available. I am anFOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- chairs. Floor lamps, $17.50 to $19.50.
a deacon, First Baptist Church, We- ALVIN McGLON room house; newly decorated, on Table Lamps, $9.95. Single beds
wahitchka, member of the PTA, COUNTY COMMISSIONER corner lot, with carport and stor. with innerspring mattress and
Mason, First Lieutenant U. S. Army District Number 2 age space; nice yard and near springs, $32.50. Twin sets of above,
Reserve, a beekeeper and I am ._If elected to this important office school. Call 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m. $62.50. Five piece bedroom suites,
employed in the mill of the St. Joe I promise to serve honestly, cap- FOR RENT: House trailer, co- $64.50 up. Best prices on mattresses
Paper Company. ably and conscientiously. My deci- pletely furnished. Locatedat and springs, new and used. Recon-
I will appreciate your vote and sions at the Board will be the re- White City. Phone 229-1145 or in- makioned sewn$39.50.g machines, popular
support. sense.nreresenting odthebupeople, quire at Rich's Super Mkt. tfe-2-25 of ST. JOE offers these values ev-
ELECT I will be fair and impartial. In hand- FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apt. and 1 ery day. 112 Mon. Ave. Easy terms.
JAMES G. McDANIEL ling your money and tohse of your bedroom apt. At Simmons Bayou. Phone 227-4051. We deliver.
For County Commissioner problems the Board is legally au- B. L. Presnell, Phone 227-8305. tfc-3 SPECIAL: 7 ft. children's 'gym set,
From District No. 2 thorized to help you with, I will
I am a candidate for the office of have an open mind and a sympa- FOR RENT: One bedroom house, ,3 swings, glide ride and slide,
County Commissioner, District No. thetic ear. I will vote for spending furnished. One two bedroom du- like new, only $24.50. A fine assort-
2, subject to the Democratic pri- money only after hardnosed exam- plex unfurnished. 2-bedroom beach ment of juvenile !furniture -and
marines to be held in May. nation of facts convinces me the cottage. Smith's Pharmacy. Phone toys, ;priced right. Come in and see
A lifetime resident of Gulf Coun- expenditure is worthwhile, neces- 227-5111. these -and many, many other bar-
ty, I have been witness to it con- sary. At the same time I will have gains at SURPLUS SALES of St.
tinuing development. I want to be no truck with special-interest FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom Joe. 112 Mon. Ave., Easy terms.
a more active part in this develop- groups, unless their interests are furished firs floor apartment. Phone 227-4051. We deliver, It
ment, to help insure that the bene- also those of the general welfare 12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481
fit of this development is shared by of the people. I have no patience or 227-4261. tc-4-5 REPAIRS lawn ouboadr outboard
,motors, lawn mowers 'and auto
all the people-through long-range, with those who would use the Com- FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak washing machines. All 'work guar-
careful planning, and through tight- mission and the people's money to Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1 anteed. Call 227-3561. Itp
fisted expenditure of the taxpayer's further their own selfish interests.
money. I have always been that way and FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame house NOTICE: We no longer rent lawn
I am a firm believer in govern-! I'm too old to change now. at White City. Large lot. See Da- mowers. Aubrey Tomlinson.
ment of, for, and by the people, and If you want a Commissioner vid Rich or call 229-1145.
if elected, will base my decisions whose cards are always on the ta- MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe-
on the will of the majority. ble, I would like to have your vote FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed- their planning to move across
4. and your valuable support. room apartment. 619 Woodward town or across the nation, you may
RE-ELECT 8, .*. 4. Ave. $35.00 per month. Call or write be sure that your most priceless
E. C. HARDEN, Sr. ELECT Gene Halley, 2108 Croyden Dr., Tal- belongings are in experienced and
I hereby announce my candidacy G. L. KENNINGTON lahassee, Office phone 222-0550, ext. capable hands. We represent May-
for re-election for County Commis- Your next School Board Member 349, home phone 385-3139. tfe-4-5 flower, nationwide movers. Call us
for f r e e estimates. SURPLUS
sioner from District 2 of Gulf Coun- From District Three CHAIN LINK FENCE SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument
ty, subject to the Democratic pri- I have been a resident of Gulf For free estimates call C. W. Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfe-1-18
mary. County for the past 25 years and Long, phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25
In announcing for re-election, I have watched the schools grow. I NOTICE-Will be ready for spray-
wish to express my sincere and am qualified to do the job. I have FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom ing pecan trees about May 5. If
deep appreciation to the people of sufficient time to do the job and brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph. anyone has trees call 227-8622. Also
Gulf County for their confidence In am able and willing to do the job. 648-4128, J. A. Mira. garden .breaking and discing. 2tp
electing me to this most important I believe this is one of the most
position for the past two terms. important offices of our County FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308 FOR SALE: Lot at Mexico Beach.
I believe that with the experience simply because it deals directly Long Ave. Garage and utility Reasonable. Write P. 0. Box 175,
of the past 8 years I can do a bet- with the education of our children room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636. Tallahassee, Florida. 4tc-4-19
ter job in the future. and our children are our future. FOR SALE: 1958 17' Viking ply- GUARDS WANTED-
I have always stood for the low- If elected, I will at all times, FOR SALE: 1958 17' Viking y- GUARDS WANTED-National or-
est possible taxes, the best and work and cooperate with the other wood boat with 40 hp. '59 Mer- ganization, due to increase in
most economical service to the peo- school officials with one thought cury motor, windshield, elec start- business has need for several full
pie of Gulf County, and I sincerely uppermost in mind and that is to er with 17-foot EE-zy Trailer. Ph. and part time guards. In reply state
and humbly solicit your continued make and keep all the schools of 229-1471. tfc-4-26 age, height, weight, build and pre-
vote and support in my bid for re- Gulf County the very 'best we can FOR SALE: One wheel chair. First vious employment during 'past 10
election, possibly afford, class condition. Half price. Mrs. ears. Must have clear 'background
4: *. Your vote and support will be O Baggett Phone 227-731c. it iand gbe able to stand background
VOTE FOR appreciated. one 227-7331. investigation. Reply box 308, Port
ROBERT L. DANIELS :> 8 0FOR SALE St. Joe, Fla. 2tc-4-19
'For County Commlssionler ELECT Two bedroom house in good con- THERE WILL BE a regular comn-
From District No. 3 W. J. "Joe" FERRELL edition on McClellan Avenue. Can munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge
I am seeking election to office Member sell for total cost 'of only $6,937.91. No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and
as your representative on the Board of Public Instruction Pay $1,200 down and assume FHA third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
Board of County Commissioners District Number 3 mortgage for balance.
from District No. 3. I would like to serve you as a Large two bedroom masonry
This is my first try for public school board member, house with oak floors and floor fur ROY L. BURCH, W M
office. I need and ask for your vote I have always been interested in nace in very good condition. Buy ROY BLACKSH, W.AR, See M.
and your active support, children and 'in improving their owner's equity for $1,000 and as- AllMasteROY K. B Masons cordall invited
I elected, I promise to serve, to welfare. I firmly believe thta an sume existing mortgage.
the best of my ability, as a Corn- adequate education will bring a Three bedroom house w i 1h PTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
missioner whose interests will be happier and more fruitful life, and breezeway, garage and oak floo-,s. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
your interests-the interests of the a better servant to God and coun- On 90x165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave. rick expert service. tic
people of Gulf County. try. On this basis I pledge myself, To sell for only $350 down plus
G o if elected, to work toward constant closing cost. Balance on FHA loan. R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
improvement of the educational Two bedroom frame dwelling in St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
ELECT systems of Gulf County. good condition on 15th Street. On:y M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
I feel that I am competent to $7,500. ing companion's welcome.
EDWARD handle such business and decisions Have three bedroom house on Everett McFarland, High Priest
EDWARD, as come before the school board Seventh Street. Has new roof and Edgar Smith, Secretary
"Smitty" I and I know that I desire to serve new siding throughout. Only $4,800.
Syou and the children of Gulf Coun- FRANK HANNON SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
SMITH ty. Registered Real Estate Broker 0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Candidate for Your support on May 8 will be 221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491 Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. In American
County appreciated. Legion Hall. A1l members urged to
Commissioner a .:. .. GARDEN SPADING: Have rotary attend.
District 3 spader for hire. Leo Birgenheier. Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
RE-ELECT Phone 648-4461 after 5:00 p.m. 2t Secretary: J. C. Martin.
A candidate to .'. OTIS PYeLbEr
A candidate to Member WANT STATE of FLA. Have a WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
serve the people BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION good income property or a two THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
of Gulf County District Number Three bedroom home in So. Calif. to trade. ing first and third Tuesday
I pledge to continue to do all that Agent, 1543 E. Florida Ave., Heinet, nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
If elected I shall endeavor to I can for the Schools of Gulf Co. Calf. 2tp-4-12 Home.
serve all the people of Gulf County EXPERIENCED-CAPABLE III
to the best of my ability. I will en- This will count in the years ahead
deavor to place the tax-payer's dol- V.. T E D
lar where It will best serve our ELECT V 0 I
county. OSCAR L. ROBERTS
Your Vote and Support will be COUNT COMMISSIONER PROGRESS OF GULF COUNTY
.9. 0 District FourOF GULF COUNTY
RE-ELECT Subject to Democratic Primary
WILLIAM ROEMER, Sr. PROGRESS with ECONOMY
WILLIAMROEMER, Sr. Your Vote and Support will be
Member Appreciated
Board of Public Instruction Appreciated
District No. 1 Vote For A HONEST
I am announcing my intention to For o rO
seek another four-year term as your COUNTY COMMISSIONER
School Board Member from Dis- District Three SUCCESSFUL c
strict One. The next four years in Elect
our school system will be very cri- C. L. "Chuck" GIBSON CAPABLE
tical and I feel my past experience Your vote and support in the May BUSINESS '1
will help me to meet this need 8 Democratic Primary will be ap- ..
wisely. preciated.
SMAN RELIABLE

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R. H. "Bob" ELLZEY


REPRESENTATIVE

GULF COUNTY

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PANAMA CITY ROOFING CO.
FOR FREE ESTIMATES
TELEPHONE POplar 3-5642 COLLECT
Sheet Metal
Insulation
Heating
A* r Conditioning
Waterproofing
509 E. SEVENTH STREET PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA


S E LE C T-

WILLIAM J. (Billy) RISH
Your REPRESENTATIVE of GULF COUNTY


Your VOTE and
SUPPORT ;n the
NM a y Primaries
will be apprec-
iated.


If elected, I will
continue to ask
for your support
a n a cooperation
wh;le serving you


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Political Ads


Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs Told of

Army Operations On St. Joseph's Point

The U. S. Army Transportation a rubber-tired fork lift that can
Corps provided the programs for travel over all terrain and facilitate
the Rotary Club last Thursday and the movement of supplies. The pur-
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday noon of pose of the supply people now is to


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. tt
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned are discontinuing the
'business of St. Joe Builders Sup-
ply Company -and will engage in
the 'business under 'the fictitious
name of St. Joe Lumber Company
at P. 0. Box I, in the City of Port
St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida, and
intend 'to register the 'said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida.
J. P. FLEISHEL 4t
J. B. HARRIS 4-12


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, on visitor's day Friday.
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL | The main reason for the opera.
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE tios was brought out during
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR w bu ou during
GULF COUNTY. World War II when 'beachheads
IN CHANCERY. saw tons of 'supplies pile up on
J. S. GLEASON, JR., as the beaches because of an ineffi-
Administrator of Veterans client system of shuttling the sup-
Affairs, an officer of the
United States of America, plies to the troops in battle.
Plaintiff, Today's atomic warfare would in-
vs. vite atomic attack and destruction
FRANKLIN R. POOL and to such build-ups of supplies. So,
MARY fL. YATES, it is now the purpose of the LOTS
NOTICE maneuvers to train a dispersed .me-
TO: FRANKLIN R. POOL, whose thod of effective supply. This is
mailing address is P. 0. Box 273, what the men in the LOTS opera-
Kingfisher, Oklahoma, and all
parties, 'having or claiming to tion are practicing.
have any right, title or interest In addition to some of World
in the property herein described. War II's landing vehicles, the pres-
'On or before the 7th day of May, ent day supply corps has devised
1962, the defendant, Franklin R.
Pool, and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title, or
interest in, the property herein de-
scribed, 'are required 'to serve upon
Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and 'file with the
Clerk 'of said Court the .original of
an answer to the bill of complaint
filed herein 'for the foreclosure of
a mortgage upon the following de-
scribed property in' Gulf County,
Florida, to-wit:
Lot Two (2), Block One Hundred
Nine (109), St. Joseph's Addition
of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, Unit No. 7, according to the
official 'plat thereof on .file in the
office of the Clerk of Circuit
.Court, in Plat Book 2, page 7.
WITNESS my hand and the off i-
cial seal of 'said Court at Wewa-
hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, this
31st day of March, A. D. 1962.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-4-5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-'
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
IN CHANCERY.
ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC.,
a corporation,
Plaintiff, .- ,


-Vs-
HENRY R. WALKER 'and wife,
MARY M. WALKER,
Defendian'ts.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, that, pur-
suant to a Final Decree of Foreclo-
sure entered in 'the 'above entitled
cause, in the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida, I will sell the pro-
perty situate in Gulf County, Flor-
ida, described as follows:
Lots Eight (8) -and Ten (10) in
Block Five (5) of Oak Grove Sub-
division, according to -the official
plat thereof on file in the office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida, in Plat
Book 1, at page 12,
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at the front
door of the Gulf County Courthouse
in the City of Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, at 12:00 Noon, CST, o'clock on
Monday, May 7, 1962.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk, Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC., Pho
a corporation,
Plaintiff, .
HENRY R. WALKER, --
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is 'hereby given that, pur-
suant to a Final Decree of Fore-
closure entered in the above entitl-
ed cause, in the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida, I will' sell the
property located in Gulf County,
Florida, described as follows: C1
One Five Ton Air Conditioner lo- MI
cated in Bar oom operated 'My
H. R. Walker in Port St. Joe, M1
'which was purchased from John El
R. Smith,
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at the front
floor of the Gulf County Court-
house in the City of Wewahitchka,
Florida, 'at 12:00 Noon CST, o'clock P
on Monday, May 7, 1962. Pr
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida. it







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deversify their beach landings of
supplies and. immediately truck
them to usable positions instead of
piling up at a central point.
The troops are trained to handle
supplies over the beach on any kind
of terrain. They have even run sup-
ply missions in the Arctic to fa-
miliarize them with that type of op-
eration.
On Friday, visitors will be taken
to St. Joseph's Spit and shown first-
hand how the group operates. A
full scale supply maneuver will be
carried out for the benefit of 'the
visitors.
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Called To Alabama
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Petty were
called to Selma, Alabama last Wed-
nesday due to the death of Mrs.
Pebty's sister-in-law, Mrs. J. D.
Weeden. Saturday, the Petty's re-
ceived a call from Crestview in-
forming them of the death of Mr.
Petty's sister, Mrs. J. H. Luker.


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution

REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
JRCH SCHOOL 9.45 a.m.
RNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
IHODIST YOUT HFELLOWSHIP .... 6:45 p.m.
ENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.




ITECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
rayer Service (Wednesday) --7:45 P.M.
unday 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


VOTE FOR
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
James C. Horton CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m.
DISTRICT NO. THREE MORNING WORSHIP ...- 11:00 a.m.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 p.m.
READY TO SERVE YOU EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m.
AND GULF COUNTY Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ..-......-.. 7:30 p.m.


this week, 'telling the club mem-
bers of their operations now going
on at St. Joseph's !Spit.
Lt. Joe N. 'Smith was the speaker
for both clubs telling what was go-
ing on at the Spit, why it was going
on and what visitorss will witness


McCORMICK


COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DIST. 3
I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support


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