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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: May 10, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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


MONEY TALKS-Let.V keep
It where we can speak with it
once In a while-Trade with
your home town mnerOhntal


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
-- # .^W W1 "r-Jii~raHIR AS AY AY In- 1962


NUMBER 32


3199 Ballots Cast In County




For F rst Primary Election Tuesday


UNVEIL BLUE STAR MEMORIAL MAR-

KER-Pictured above is Mrs. Jack Dun-
lap, State President of the Garden Club

and George Dickenson, State Road De-


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WE$-l.EY R. RAMSEY


Gulf County turned out acredit-
able percentage of voters...Tuesday
to cast their ballots in the Demo-
cratic Primary.
It was regrettable that many, ha,'d
to go to so much trouble to cast
their ballot. Some of the" ,. ,.
lists, especially those in Port Stq
Joe, were all fouled up. Many had
their names listed at the wrong pre-
cinct, including the editor of The
Star. Some had their names deleted
from all precincts and had to go
to -a lot of trouble to get in touch
with the Supervisor of Registration
In Wewahitchka-who has no tele-
phone-to prove they were regis
tered in order to vote.
iSuch a situation shouldn't be and:
.the county should take all steps
necessary to see that it doesn't hap-
pen again.
% .. ...


Talking to Glen Boyles the first
-of the week and he was telling us
about all the bills hlie had to pay
and the thousands -of dollars of
merchandise he had to get rid of.
He shouldn't have said that. Be-
cause he set us off to telling him
he -could get rid of his merchandise
in a hurry with Star advertising
and serve the dual purpose of get-
ting rid of his excess merchandise
and at the same time pay all his
excess bills.
He allowed as to how he was sor-
ry he mentioned it.

Guy Middleton the somewhat nas-
al voice of WJOE told us the oth-
er day that bugle was placed in
our bathroom three weeks ago in
ord-er that we may effectively "blow
our top". Pheeew!
And then -again he was telling us
of his visiting the new veterinarian,
Dr. Butts, at his offices on First
and Long. Of course, -we couldn't
help -but think that most people
use M. D.'s.

Getting back to the election .
Several people were moaning yes-
-terday about "losing their vote".
Well, we didn't -lose a one. Not that
every candidate we voted for got
elected or into the second primary,
but we tried to get them there.
Therefore ,we didn't lose a single
vote. The -only trouble was, we just
had one vote.
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Highlighting the observance of
National Hospital week, May 6-12,
the employees of Municipal Hospi-
tal, by secret ballot, have chosen
.Mrs. Jean Atchison as "Employee
of the Year" from approximately
50 employees.
Mrs. Atchison, who serves as Of-
fice Manager and Accountant, has
been employed by Municipal Hospi-
tal since August 1957. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
"Gene" Austin of Apalachicola. A
graduate of Chapman High School,
Apalachicola and Florida State
University, Tallahassee with a de-
gree in accounting. Following her
graduation from Florida State Uni-
versity she was associated with
Ousterhoudt Accounting First in
Jacksonville. She has .made Port
St. Joe her home since 1951, and
now resides on Woodward Avenue
with her three sons, Tommy, Den-
nis and Steve.
Mrs. Atchison is a devoted -and
active member of St. Joseph's
Catholic Church of this city, and
is active in many comumnity and
civic organizations. While -at FSU
she was president of the Alpha Chi
Omega Sorority in. which she is
still active. Her interests are wide,
as are her huge circle of friends.
Because of her winning personality,
her many friends and varied abili-
ties, she was bestowed this out-


Mrs. Jpan Atchison
.. Employee of Year
standing honor by her fellow 'em-
ployees.



Joint Band Concert

Is Slated for

Tonight At 8:00


The Senior and Junior High
School Bands will present a joint
concert and marching show tonight
at 8:00 p.m. and will be held on


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CANDIDATE I? ?


UNITED STATES SENATOR I 1
Roger L. Davis 54 46 16 5 50 32 7 67 46 25 41 390
George Smathers 331 266 84 40 354 146 46 | 262 373 220 331 | 2,453
Douglas Voorhees 17 16 4 2 69 7 3 22 27 12 11 i 201
RR & PUB. UTIL. COM.-Gp. 1 I I I I
Bob Johnson 91 52 21 2 i 80 27 13 77 80 27 79 549
Wilbur C. King 237 198 57 29 335 119 32 186 251 174 198 1,816
William John Mason 34 45 1 12 106 32 8 | 61 85 43 93 537
RR & PUB. UTIL. COM.-Gp. 2 |
Jim Blanton 40 33 5 6 i80 11 8 35 93 47 77 435
Charles L. Carter 6- 47 _23 8 |- 95 38 12 SS 106 50 76 603
Jerry W. Carter 256 221 6S 23 231 129 33 181 221 147 209 1,719
Jim Fair 22 4 |-4 5 17 3 0 2 | S 7 16 107
George Onett 7 6 | 2 1 1 11 1 0 15 4 0 4 51,


HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
R. H. (Bob) Ellzey 12
Troy W. Jones 9
WVilliamI .T Rish 301


apartment Engineer unveil the marker plac-

ed at Constitution Park on U. S. 98 by the

Port St. Joe Garden Club. The marker


honors U. S. veterans.


(4 photo)


15 2 31 30 8 16


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105 1-125
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107 82
14 59


J. B. Stafford 17 22 6 3 43 25| 2 54 25 13 39 249
Ben C. Williams 90 85 49 22 273 80 30 37 129 49 147 991
COUNTY COMMISSION-Dist. 2 I I I I I
E. C. Harden, Sr. 143 120 33 15 39 71 35 177 207 139 148 1,227
James G. McDaniel 98 114 28 22 240 82 19 101 190 90 179 1,159
Alvin L. McGlon 191 137 51 9 83 28 3 45 49 28 69 693


COUNTY COM MISSION-Dist. 3
Robert L. Daniels 107
C. L. (Chuck) Gibson 10
James C. Horton 157
Preston T. McCormick 21
S. C. Player_ 78
Edwa,,-r (lmittvl y smith I 37


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COUNTY COMMISSION-Dist. 4
Walter GrahamS N 251 225 62 31 288 128 35 113 220 115 234 1,702
Oscar L. Roberts 123 105 38 16 143 45 17 171 193 126 143 1,120,
John M. White 29 26 11 0 46 18 8 64 39 21 29 291
SCHOOL BOARD-Dist. 1
Clyde Bozeman 174 156 44 20 185 80 17 136 150 84 146 1,192
William Roemer, Sr. 238 | 206 67 27 273 | 103 36 193 293 173 248 1,857
SCHOOL BOARD-Dist. 3 9I
V. J. (Joe) Ferrell 175 144 23 23 149 98 20 102 94 | 133 185 1,246
G. L. Kenimington 81 60 24 12 162 33 11 77 106 34 98 697
Otis Pyle 126 118 56 10 158 53 27 177 150 94 1 6 1,095


SCHOOL BOARD-Dist. 551
Thomas R. Thornton 80 51
Kenneth Whitfield 338 | 313

sion for adults will 'be 75c and the HUOSI
student ticket -will be 25c. nOS!

In addition to the concert and SUNr
marching show, a special program
has been arranged for honoring the
graduating seniors and welcoming By I
their replacements from the Junior Municipal
High Band, Clima:
New band officers will 'also be of Nati
recognized during this portion of May 6-1
the event, pital ext
Band supporters, parents, and Open H
the public In general, are cordially afternoc
invited to attend this special mu- three o'
sical event. I be on
All money derived from the con- question
cert will be used to pay recent con- through
test expenses and to purchase ma- ments w
trials for the coming summer band Hospita
program. ,n ,l p
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the football field. No advance tick-
et sale will be -made. Gate ad-mis- Advertising Pays- Try It


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The put
to atten


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306 173


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PITAL PLANS OPEN HOUSE

)AY TO CLIMAX HOSPITAL WEEK


MINERVA McLANE
I Hospital Administrator
xing the observance
onal Hospital Week,
2, the Municipal Hos-
tends an invitation to
house on next Sunday
on, from two until
clock. Employees will
hand to answer any
is and to conduct tours
the hospital. Refresh-
will be served by the
i Auxiliary Volunteers
Hospital Dining Room.
)lic is cordially invited
Ld.


Since 1953, National Hospital
Week has been observed -through-
out our nation. The date of May
12 was chosen -since it is the an-
niversary of the birthday of Flor-
ence Nightingale, whose pioneer
service in nursing during the Cri-
mean War led to -the improvement
of hospitals in both England and
America.

Municipal Hospital was first op-
ened November 16, 1943, with 22
beds. This facility served -well for
18 years. On August 20, 1961, your
new Municipal Hospital opened
with 50 beds and many added fa-
cilities for better patient care, such
(Continued On Page o*


Rish and Williams

To Face Each

Other In Run-off

Graham, Roemer and
Whitfield Make It In
First Primary Ballot

A total of 3,199 voters of
Gulf County's 4,000 registered
voters went to the poll Tues-
day to cast their ballot in ten
offices that was on the First
Primary Ballot. Gulf went the
way of the state on the state-
wide candidates and had a
field day making it rough for
incumbent candidates in every
office up for grabs. Two of
the three County Commission
seats had no incumbent in the
race, so it was anybody's vic-
tory.
The race engendering probably
the most interest was that for Rep-
resentative for Gulf County in the
State Legislature. Two former can-
dira-tes for this -office, R. H. (Bob)
Ellzey and Ben C. Williams were
-opposed by three new-comers to
Gulf County politics and the Repre-
sentative race-Troy W. Jones, W.
J. (Billy) Rish and J. B. Stafford.
Of these, newcomer Rish came
out of the fracas with the most
votes with 1,120, followed by vet-
eran campaigner Williams with 99'
and Ellzle.'Irth "5 votes.
In other races, incumbent IE. C.
Harden, Sr., County Commission-
er from District 2, -must face James
G. McDaniel in the second primary
on May 29. Harden polled 1,227
votes with James G. McDaniel right
behind with 1,159.
In County Commission District
3, it will be high man ,S. C. Player
with 893 votes against Robert C.
Horton in the second primary. Hor-
ton polled 736 votes.
In County Commission District 4
Walter Graham, in his second try
for the job won out over two can-
ididates in the first primary polling
1,702 votes against 1,411 for -both
his opponents, Oscar Roberts and
John M. White.
In the races for the Board of
Public Instruction, incumbents Wil-
liam Roemer, Sr., and Kenneth
Whitfield each won re-election in
Districts One and Five respective-
ly.
District Three is another matter
though. First time candidate Joe
W. Ferrell polled a high of 1,246
(Continued On Page 4)


Port St. Joe and Wewa Split In Inter.County Track Meet


Port St. Joe High School
boys and Wewahitchka Highl
School girls were winners of
a inter-county track meet held
last Thursday afternoon at
the Wewahitchka High School
athletic field.
In -a highly-competitive, hotly
contested meet, Port St. Joe High
School boys rolled np a 19 point
edge over the Wewa boys 'defeat-
ing them 39 points to 20. The Port
St. Joe Junior High Boys took a
371/2 to 16% point victory over the
county seat team.
Both the Senior and Junior High
,girl's teams won for--iewahitchka
defeating the Port St. Joe high
school girls, 25 1/3 to 15 2/3 and
the Junior High team by 22 to 19.


We have heard several good com- Port St. Joe's David Nance was
ments about the fine Jaycee tote high scorer in the high school boys
board for -tallying votes erected events .picking up 121/t points.
for election night. Being a Jaycee David won the 100 yard -dash, the
makes us .modest about patting our discus throw and placed third in
organizational back, but we 'didn't the shot put. He ran the anchor leg
fail to agree with everyone who of the winning 220 yard relay team.
said it was a fine thing. Nance established a new discuss
And -of course, a lot of people record of 94' 8%".
helped with -money and work -and High scorer in the junior high
o~her tihngs, such as the Florida boys event was Jimmy Goodman,
National Bank, the St. Joseph Tele- also of Port St. Joe. He won first
phone and Telegraph Co., the City place in shot put, discuss and soft
of Port St. Joe, the AN Railroad ball throw for a total -of 15 points.
Co., and the amateur radio opera- Linda Hill of Port S.t Joe took
tors of Port St. Joe. scoring honors for the high school


girls, winning
softball throw


first place in the
and the 75 yard


dash.
Anita Smith and Susan Gentry,
also of Port St. Joe tied for the
junior high girls scoring honors
with five points each. Anita won
the softball throw and Susan won
the broad jump. Wewahitchka's
leading scorer was Elizabeth Mc-
Lemore with 1314 points.
Following -are the winners by
groups and events:
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
Shot Put-First, Courtney Mar-
tin, St. Joe; second, Joe Whaley,
St. Joe; third, David Nance, St. Joe.
Distance 40' 41/".'.
Discuss-First, David Nance, St.
Joe; second, Tom Smith, Wewa;
Joe Whaley, St. Joe. Distance, 94'
81/2" (new record).
Softball Throw-First, Robert
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weeks, Wewa; second, .George
Boyer, St. Joe; third, Joe Whaley,
St. Joe. Distance, 246' 6".
High Jump-First, Stripling, We-
wa; second, Robert Settlemire, St.
Joe; third, George Boyer. Height
5' 7" (new record).
Broad Jump-First, James Pope,
St. Joe; third, Nelson Hall, St. Joe.
Distance, 18' 3%" (tied record).
100 Yard Dash-First, David
Nance, St. Joe; second, Tom Smith,
Wewa; third, Mike Stripling, We-


wa. Time, 10.6 seconds.
220 Yard Relay-First, St. Joe,
(Nelson Hall, David Nance, George
Boyer, James Gibson).
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS
Shot Put-First, Jim Goodman,
St. Joe; second, Bob Craig, St. Joe;
third, Walden Davis, Wewa. Dis
tance 39' 5".
Discuss-First, Jim Goodman, St.
Joe; second, Walden Davis, Wewa;
third, Bob Craig, St. Joe. Distance
80' 2".
Softball Throw-First, Jim Good.
man, St. Joe; second, Johnny Rod-
gers, St. Joe; third, Junior Nichols,
St. Joe.
High Jump-First, Frank Suber,
Wewa and Jake Belin, St. Joe
(tied); third, Randy Weston, St.
Joe. Height 4' 11".
Broad Jump-First, Joe Garcia,
St. Joe; second, David Young, St.
Joe ;third, Bodle Lester, Wewa.
Distance, 16' 10".
75 Yard Dash-Tirst, Frank Sub-
er, Wewa; second, Joe Garcia, St.
Joe; third, Jimmy Goodman, St.
Joe. Time 9.2 seconds.
220 Yard Relay-First, Wewa.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
Softball Throw-First, Jerry Hill,
St. Joe; second, Loyce Asbelle, St.
Joe; third, Carol Dorsey, Wewa.
Distance, 129' %".
High Jump-First, Linda McCor-


vey, Wewa; second, Sara Hatcher,
Wewa; third, Elaine Sherrill and
Shaleen Dunlap (tie).
75 Yard Dash-First, Jerry Hill,
St. Joe; second, Linda Taunton,
Wewa; third, Mary Smith, Wewa.
Time, 10.3.
Broad Jump-First, Clara Hod-
ges, Wewa; second, Linda Taun-
ton, Wewa; third, Linda McCorrey,
Wewa. Distanct 12' 9".
220 Yard Relay-First, Wewa,


(Mary Smith, Nadine Moseley, Lin- 75 Yard Dash-First, Elizabeth


(Mary Smith, Nadine Moseley, Lin-
da Taunton, Linda McCorvey).
Time 31.1 seconds.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS
Softball Throw-First, Anita
Smith, St. Joe; second, Jackle Sad-
ler, St. Joe; third, Bailey, Wewa.
Distance, 125' 7".
High Jump-First, Elizabeth Mc-
Lemore, Wewa; Linda Borders,
Wewa; third, Susan Gentry, St.
Joe. Height 4' 10'.


75 Yard Dash-First, Elizabeth
McLemore, Wewa; second, Susan
Gentry, St. Joe; third, Jo Ann
Whitfield, Wewa. Time 10.1 sec.
Broad Jump-First, Susan Gen-
try, -St. Joe; second, Elizabeth Mc-
Lemore, Wewa; third, Patty Gas-
kin, Wewa. Distance, 12' 9%".
220 Yard Relay-First, Wewa
(Elizabeth McLemore, Linda Bor-
ders, Jo Ann Whitfield, Elaine Mil-
lergren). Time 31.9.


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BABE RUTH LEAGUERS line up for the opener by one run. The Babe Ruth Lea-
opening ceremonies at Centennial Field gue plays each Tuesday and Thursday at
last Thursday. Above are the AN Railroad Centennial Field.
and Lions Club teams. The Lions won the


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, PhoRIBA


Jean Atchison Chosen as "Employee

Of The Year" By Hospital Staff


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GARDEN CLUB OFFICIALS-Left to right, Miss Mary
Nobles, State Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Earl W. Lau,
State 2nd Vice-Pres.; Mrs. Jack Dunlay, State President;
Rev. Harry L. Babbit, Rector of St. James Church and
Mrs. Ethel Bridges, Port St. Joe Club and presiding officer.
Presidents of Federated Garden Clubs,

District 2 Met Here Last Tuesday


Presidents, Circle Chairmen and
Chairmen of Program Planning of
the 15 Federated Garden Clubs of
District Two, met in Port St. Joe,
at St. James Parish House on
Tuesday, May 1 for their annual
Spring Conference. The purpose of
this conference is to assist pro-
gram chairmen in planning their ac-
tivities for the coming year. Mrs.
Jack Dunlap, State President, was
the featured- speaker.
Mrs. Terry Hinote, president of
-the Port St. Joe Club, welcomed
,the guests after which they were
served coffee 'by Mrs. Thomas
Moon and her committee.
A delicious lunch was served by
Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey and her
committee.
At the close of the meeting mem-
bers *and guests went to Cons'titu-
'tion Park for the unveiling 'of the
Blue Star Memorial Marker.
In addition to -the state president,
those featured on the program were
Mrs. Ethel M. Bridges, Rev. Harry
L. Babbit, Mrs. Earl W. Lau, Sec-
ond Vice President, Florida Feder-
,ation of Garden Clubs; Miss Mary
Noble, Corresponding Secretary,
Florida Federation of Garden Clubs.
Visiting .presidents were: Mrs.
)ou.,. Williams, Bonifay; Mrs.; Stan-
Shrlip. Chattahoochee; Mrs. W.
-, ,. ('hipley; Mrs. J. S *.McDon-
ald, Oottondale; Mrs. R. C. Curry,
Graceville; Mrs. W. B. Pender,
Greenwood; Mrs. Joe Allison, Lynn
Haven; Mrs. J. L. Sims, Marianna;
Mrs. Allen Hanna, Panama City;
Mrs. J. D. McCullagh, Panama City
Beaches; Mrs. Henry Phillips, Par-'


Mother's


Day

MAY

13th


ker; Mrs. Terry Hinote, Port St.
Joe; Mrs. Douglass Brooks, Quin-
cy and Mrs. Thomas W. Cook, Ver-
non.


Mr. and Mrs Charles Edward
Harris announce the ,birth of a
baby girl, Deanette M'arie on May
2.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey David Hi-
note 'announce the birth of a son,
Harold Lloyd on May 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen
Brock announce the birth of a son,
Thomas Lee on May 5.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our 'many
friends of the Port St. Joe area for
,their many acts of kindness and
words of comfort during the re-
.cent 'death of our son and brother,
Henry Rish. May God bless you all.
Roy Ri'sh Family
William J. Rish Family
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Spend Week End Here
Mr. 'and Mrs. R. F. Stansberry
returned to their home in Atlanta,
Georgia Monday, after spending
the week end here with Mrs. Stans-
,berry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Ferrell.


Methodist Circles

Elect Officers
The Wcmen's Society of Christian
Service of the First Methodist
'Church of Port St. Joe has select-
ed new officers and circle mem-
bers for the coming year.
New officers for the WSCS are
as ollows: President, Mrs. Don Rut-
land; Vice-President, Mrs. Charles
Browne; Treasurer, Mrs. Herman
Dean.
Secretaries of committees are ,as
follows: Children's Work, Mrs. G.
N. Kilbourn; Literature and Publi-
cations, Mrs. B. R. Gibson, Sr.;
Missionary Education and Service,
Mrs. Edwin Ramsey; Promotions,
Mrs. Paul Blount; Spiritual Life,
Mrs. J. C. Carmichael; Student
Work, Mrs. George Suber; Supply
Work, Mrs. G. C. Adkins; Youth
Work, Mrs. B. E. Rwals. Local
Church Activities Chairman, Mrs.
Leonard Belin.
Circle membership is as follows:
MARY McMILLAN CIRCLE
Mrs. J. L. Sharit, Mrs. Leo Shea-
ly, Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs. Robert
King, Mrs. Harold Odom, Mrs. Hu-
bert Richards, Mrs. Edwin Ram-
sey, Mrs. Leonard Bolin, Mrs. John
Carmichael, Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Jr.,
Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Sr., Mrs. W. E.
Boyer and Mrs. Briggs Scisson.
RUTH LAWRENCE CIRCLE
Mrs. Jake Belin, Mrs. W. D.
Jones, Mrs. George Wimberly, Sr.,
Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Cecil Curry,
Mrs. Paul Blount, Mrs .Patty Lov- (
ett, Mrs. Henry Stikes, Mrs. Milton
Anderson, Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr.,
Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. J. T. A
Graves, Mrs. Evelyn Donalson, Mrs. 1
J. A. Fillingim.
LULA RAWLS CIRCLE
Mrs. Fennon Talley, Mrs. Charles b
Browne, Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs. E
A. M. Jones, Jr., Mrs. A. J. Owens, X
Mrs. Walter Duren, Mrs. A. S. Cha- t
son, Mrs. George Suber, Mrs. H. T.
Brinson, Mrs. George Adkins, Mrs.
Ivy Williams, Mrs. G. S. Croxton,
Mrs. Calla Perritt. Mrs. Purvis
Howell, Ms. Miles Hurlbut, Mrs.
A. M. Jones, Sr., Mrs. R. W. Smith,
Mrs. Laura Geddie, Mrs. T. H.
Stone, Mrs. James Moore.
DORANE LOWMAN CIRCLE
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. J. C.
Laney, Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Mrs.
Herman Dean, Mrs. B. R. Gibson,
Mrs. C. W. Johnson, Mrs. A. L.
Hargraves, Mrs. Dpdley Vaughn,
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Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Ford of
Marianna announce the birth of
a baby boy, John Franklin, born
May 5 in the Jackson County Hos-
pital.


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Elect Officers

The Women's Society of Christian
L S Service of the First Methodist
f Church of Port St. Joe has select-
'ed new officers and circle mem-


GARDEN CLUB OFFICIALS-Left to right, Miss Mary
Nobles, State Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Earl W. Lau,
State 2nd Vice-Pres.; Mrs. Jack Dunlay, State President;
Rev. Harry L. Babbit, Rector of St. James Church and
Mrs. Ethel Bridges, Port St. Joe Club and presiding officer.

Presidents of Federated Garden Clubs,

District 2 Met Here Last Tuesday

Presidents, Circle Chairmen and ker; Mrs. Terry Hinote, Port St.
Chairmen of Program Planning of'Joe; Mrs. Douglass Brooks, Quin-
the 15 Federated Garden Clubs of cy and Mrs. Thomas W. Cook, Ver-
District Two, met in Port St. Joe, non.
at St. James Parish House on k
Tuesday, May 1 for their annual
Spring aConference. The purpose of
this conference is to assist pro-
gram chairmen in planning their ac-
tivities for the coming year. Mrs.
Jack Dunlap, State President, was
the featured speaker.
Mrs. Terry Hinote, president of
the Port St. Joe Club, welcomed Mr. and Mrs Charles Edward
.the guests after which they were Harris announce the birth of a
Served coffee by Mrs. Thomas baby girl, Deanette Marie on May
Moon and her committee. 2.
A delicious lunch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey David Hi-
Mrs. Wesley R. Rhmsey and her note 'announce the birth of a son,
committee. Harold Lloyd on May 3.
At the close of the meeting mem- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen
bers and guests 'went to Constitu- Brock announce the birth of a son,
tion Park for the unveiling of the Thomas Lee on May 5.
Blue Star Memorial Marker. (All births occurred at the Port
In addition to the state president, St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
those featured on the program were W .
Mrs. Ethel M. Bridges, Rev. Harry CARD OF THANKS
L. Babbit, Mrs. Earl W. Lau, Sec- We wish to thank our many
ond Vice President, Florida Feder- friends of the Port St. Joe area for
nationn of Garden Clubs; Miss Mary their many acts of kindness and
Noble, Corresponding Secretary, words of comfort during :the re-
Florida Federation of Garden Clubs. cent death of our son and brother,
Visiting .presidents were: Mrs. Henry Rish. May God bless you all.
rough Williams, Bonifay;-Mrs. Stan- Roy Rish Family
heip, Chattahoochee; Mrs. W. Will m J. Rish Family
SChipley; Mrs. J. S.McDon-
ald, -dottondale; Mrs. R., C. Curry, Spend Week End Here
Graceville; Mrs. W. B. Pender, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Stansberry
Greenwood; Mrs. Joe Allison, Lynn returned to their home in Atlanta,
Haven; Mrs. J. L. Sims, Marianna; Georgia Monday, 'after spending
Mrs. Allen Hanna, Panama City; the week end here with Mrs. Stans-
Mrs. J. D. McCullagh, Panama City berry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Beaches; Mrs. Henry Phillips, Par- B. Ferrell.


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LULA RAWLS CIRCLE
Mrs. Fennon Talley, Mrs. Charles
Browne, Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs.
A. M. Jones, Jr., Mrs. A. J. Owens,
Mrs. Walter Duren, Mrs. A. S. Cha-
son, Mrs. George Suber, Mrs. H. T.
Brinson, Mrs. George Adkins, Mrs.
Ivy Williams, Mrs. G. S. Croxton,
Mrs. Calla Perritt, Mrs. Purvis
Howell, Ms. Miles Hurlbut, Mrs.
A. M. Jones, Sr., Mrs. R. W. Smith,
Mrs. Laura Geddie, Mrs. T. H.
Stone, Mrs. James Moore.
DORANE LOWMAN CIRCLE
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. J. C.
Laney, Mrs. Ralph .Swatts, Mrs.
Herman Dean, Mrs. B. R. Gibson,
Mrs. C. W. Johnson, Mrs. A. L.
Hargraves, Mrs. Dudley Vaughn,

Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Ford of
Marianna announce the birth of
*a baby boy, John Franklin, born
May 5 in the Jackson County Hos-
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DISCOUNT ON ALL OTHER MODELS

Philco AIR CONDITIONERS Philco
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Reg. price, $419.00
2 H.P. 15,000 BTU $349.95
INSTALLED FREE IN DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWS


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21" Rebuilt Reg. price, $35.00
PICTURE TUBE, Installed -- $24.95
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New officers for the WSCS are
as ollows: President, Mrs. Don Rut-
land; Vice-President, Mrs. Charles
Browne; Treasurer, Mrs. Herman
Dean.
Secretaries of committees are -as
follows: Children's Work, Mrs. G.
N. Kilbourn; Literature and Publi-
cations, Mrs. B. R. Gibson, Sr.;
Missionary Education and Service,
Mrs. Edwin Ramsey; Promotions,
Mrs. Paul Blount; Spiritual Life,
Mrs. J. C. Carmichael; Student
Work, Mrs. George Suber; Supply
Work, Mrs. G. C. Adkins; Youth
Work, Mrs. B. E. Rwals. Local
Church Activities Chairman, Mrs.
Leonard Belin.
Circle membership is as follows:
MARY McMILLAN CIRCLE
Mrs. J. L. Sharit, Mrs. Leo Shea-
ly, Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs. Robert
King, Mrs. Harold Odom, Mrs. Hu-
bert Richards, Mrs. Edwin Ram-
sey, Mrs. Leonard Belin, Mrs. John
Carmichael, Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Jr.,
Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Sr., Mrs. W. E.
Boyer and Mrs. Briggs Scisson.
RUTH LAWRENCE CIRCLE
Mrs. Jake Belin, Mrs. W. D.
Jones, Mrs. George Wimberly, Sr.,
Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Cecil Curry,
Mrs. Paul Blount, Mrs .Patty Lov-
ett, Mrs. Henry Stikes, Mrs. Milton
Anderson, Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr.,
Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. J. T.
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Cancer Theme Charges


Smoking Causes Desease

(The following theme was writ- of what I was going to do and stated the Judge. "Plaintiff, yo
ten by Jaula Lovette, daughter of knowing that it was right. may present your case."
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett and "Hear ye! Hear ye! The court I felt each pair of eyes ancho
won first place in the Junior will rise," exclaimed a shrill voice, upon me as I arose to face the jury
High School. The article is pub- This I knew to be the cry of the "Your Honor and Jury," I begai
wished here as a public service tall, thin clerk. with a believing heart, "we are gc
bf The Star) As the ruling of seats echoed ing to prove through facts that th
THE VERDICT IS YOURS around the room, I noticed that defendant, Mister Cigarette, is thi
I could hear mumbles of -voices every eye was fastened on the .major cause of lung cancer. Thri
in the background while I sat 'ner- Judge as he walked majestically this, we hope to convince the pub
vously in my seat. Although I was to his desk. lic of the dangers, risks and tool
somewhat afraid, I felt the quiet Rap! Rap! Rap! ishness of smoking. We know tha
assurance of knowing the meaning "This court is now in session," smoking is not the only cause o


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lung cancer. The major cause of
,non-smokers having lung cancer is
air pollution, although' the death
rates of non-smokers contrast
greatly with those of regular smok-
-rs. The death rate of lung cancer
u victims who smoked half a pack
daily was 34% higher than that. of
r non-smokers. The rate of those whc
. smoked two .or more packs daily
n was 123% higher than of those who
Sdid not smoke. These are startling
e facts, Your Honor, that prove that
SMister Cigarette does nothing for
u the body, but everything against
Sit."
- "I object, Your Honor," stated
t Mister Cigarette, "on the grounds
f that cigarette smoking has been
passed from generation to genera
tion. It is a very large agricultural
and industrial product. The produc-
tion of cigarettes -gives thousands
of ;people jobs which they might
not have if it were not for this en-
joyable product."
"I agree, Your Honor," I inter-
rupted, "but even with these possi-
bilities, we know that smoking is
Detrimental to a person's health.
Lung cancer has increased more
Stlihan any other noninfec'tious di-
sease ever -reported. It has been
proved that deaths caused by lung
cancer increase with the number
of cigarettes smoked daily. This is
true of the deaths caused not only
by lung cancer, but also by other
diseases, such as heart disease."
"Your Honor," began Mister Cig-
'arette with a convincing air, "there
is no actual proof 'that lung cancer
is caused by smoking. People have
enjoyed smoking for centuries, for
it is .part of our lives. We all know
that taking chances is part of our
lives. Not only would life be .boring
if chances were -not taken, but also
there would be neither inventions
nor pleasures in life."
"Yes!" I said, springing quickly
to my feet. "People have enjoyed
smoking, but they have not known
that the results would possibly be
cancer. One million -of us teenagers
'today will die of cancer before we
-are 70 years old, but we have been
told of the dangers of smoking.
"Cancer can be treated with sur-
gery it it has not spread too far.
But the 'surgeon can never be sure
of the fact that hle ha q not missed,
one cell that could spread into a
larger cancer. It can also be check-
ed 'by the use of radiation'.
"No cure has.:been found for can-
cer unless it Is detected early. That
is 'why the American Cancer So-
ciety stresses a 'check-up and a
check'. That is all, Your Honor." 1
The defendant arose slowly with
a 'defeated look upon his face. "No
further discussion, Your Honor."
The Judge instructed the jury to
weigh the evidence just heard, and
with 'a rap of his gavel charged,
"'*The Verdict It Yours".
'"he Verdict Is Yours".


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In Navai Training
GREAT LAKES, ILL-Jerry D.
Weeks, son of Mr. and Mrs. &arlie
E. Weeks of Port St. Joe began re-
cruit training, April 2, at the Naval
Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill.
The nine-week basic training con-
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naval topics, including military eti-
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rigorous training program.
Throughout the training, recruits
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which assists them in selecting a
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than 65 available job specialties.


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Everyogen,eregardless.-of age, who.Panafmna City Social Security Of
works., or i's.-aeIfPlyed under fice. Many employers refuse to hire
Social. Sec.urity.must.4aye. Sqiajlndividuals jho. cannot show a So-
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market .at all times, Carey contin-
ued. These individuals must be
able to shown-'nSocial Securtty card
to their employers. Internal' Reve-
nue Serv'ice regulations require em-
" players' to make a complete and ac-
B curat report of earnings under the
" exact name 'and account number
ats shown- on the worker's Social
Security ,':ird. Individuals employ-
ing a worker for the first time
should contact the nearest Social
Security or Internal Revenue Ser-
vice Office about making proper
reports. Amy amount of work for
any amount of pay is covered by
Social Security in a non-farm busi-
ness.
Workers .do not have a choice
concerning the employer's deduc-
tions for Social Security purposes,
Carey added. Employers are liable
to the Internal Revenue Service for
the full amount of the Social Se.
curity tax on the earnings of all
workers whether they make the
deductions or not. Even 'though the
taxes are paid, workers will not re-
ceive Social Security credits unless
the employers' reports show 'the ex-
act name and account number from
the workers' card.
All individuals in need of a So-
cial Security card, a duplicate card,
or a ,card showing a change of
*name, should contact their nearest
Social Security Office. Proper 'ap-
plication blanks may be obtained
at any post office except in the
city in which the Social Security
office is located.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son 'Avenue, Panama City, tele-
phone PO0 3-5331.

Minutes of the
County Commission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
i April 24, 1962
The 3oard of County Commissioners of
Gulf Counity, Florida, 'met this date in regu-
lar session' with the following membibers pres-
ent; E.i G0. Harden, Sr., Chairman, A. J.
Strickland. 'Lo Kennedy, James H. Greer
and Mro. Nts OCroxton. The Clerk, Sheriff,
Road Stipt., were also present.
The -mheting came to order at 6:30 p.m.
The Chairiman opened the meeting with a
prayer. ; .
Lawrdnce Abreu, spokesman for a 'nuem-
ber of property owners in the Honeyville-
Dalkeith. area presented a petition signed by
said land owners requesting the County to
have the. State establish official survey lines
in their part of the county. Luke Taunton
told the, Biard that it is very necessary to
I have the laid lines established to insure the


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owners that they are living on their land
and not their neighbors. Clyde Bozeman in-
formed the Board that all of the owners
have agreed that they would accept a survey
from J. B. Hathaway and abide by the line
established by him after discussion, the
Board announced that J. B. Hathaway and
H. R. Maige would be invited to attend
the Board meeting of May 22, 1962 and
that this matter will be discussed again at
that meeting.
The Board announced the following polling
places for the 1962 primary elections:
Precinct No. 2, Clyde Teat home.
Precinct .No. 7, Lumber shed.
Precinct No. 10, Boy Scout House.
Precinct No. 11, Centennial Building.
The Board directed the Clerk to pay all
poll holders $1 00 per hour.
The Board directed the Clerk to add the
following names to the welfare list.
Winnie Ross, $10.00.
Mary Goodwin, $15.00
Eva Pate, $10.00.
A discussion was had with reference to
the Road and Bridge budget.
The Board directed the Road Supt. to
discontinue all new projects for the balance
of the year, except the project for the
Church of Christ in Port St. Joe.
The Civil Defense Director informed the
Board that he has notified the State Civil
Defense Office that Gulf County will not


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HI flLAND-VIEW Post Office -
HIGHLAND VIEW Post Office
ST. JOE QUARTERS Chitty's
ST. JOE QUARTERS Chitty's -
PORT STr JOE -Smith's Pharmacy
ST. JOE PAPER COMPANY
ST. JOE PAPER. COMPANY
OAK GROVE Community Groc. -
INDIAN PASS McNeill's Store ----
WHITIT Y 1 Ieur Stebel Home .
OVERSTREET Post Office -
ST. JOE 'BEACH- S-S. Joe Beach r6c.
BEACON HILL Scheffer's Groc.
KENNEY'S MILL Red Top Cafe
WEWAHITCHKA Britt's Cafe
WEVAHITCHI(A &-tit's Cafe
WEWAHITCHKA Creamer's Store -


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Tues., May 29 ------------1-3
Thurs., June 7 ------------ 3-5
Tues., May 29 --------4-8
Tues., June 5 ------------6-8
Fri., June i & Sat., June 2 10-1 & 3-6
Wed., May 30 ----- 6-9 & 2-5
Thurs., May 31 ----- 6-9 a.m.
Thurs., May 31 ---------- 10-12
Tues., June 5 ------------11-1
Tues., June 5 -----------3-5
Wed., June 6 ----- 10-12
Wed., June 6 ------ 2-5
Thurs., June ------7 ----- 12-2
Thurs., June 7------------ 6-8
Fri., June 8-------------- 1-4
Sat., June 9 ---- 10-1 & 2-5
Fri., Junie8 ------- 5-8


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FLORIDA STATE BOARD of HEALTH and GULF COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
In Cooperatidnc TB -and Health Com mittee of Gulf County
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be able to use the $4,000.00 matching funds
that the U. S. Civil Defense appropriated
for Gulf County because the County bud-
get did not match said funds.
Commissioner Strickland told the Board
that Southern Plywood Co., has requested
the county to construct a ramp or fill
rdnninm from the low mud swamp to the
State Highway at Willia Landing. After dis-
cussion, the Board decided that the County
could not do this work.
The bills were approved and ordered paid.
The County accepted a. ditch easement
from J. T. Land, in Section 31 T4S, R9W.
The County attorney having previously
approved the description and title of lands
to be sold to the County by William J.
Rish, etals., the Board accepted a warranty
deed for said lands and ordered the same
recorded in public records.
There being no further business the meet-
ing did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. 0. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'that the
City Commission of the City of Port St. Joe
will meet at 8:00 o'clock P.M. on the 5th
day of June, 1962, to hear objections, writ-
ten or oral, of all interested persons to the
confirmation of the Resolution providing for
the installation of 'a sanitary sewer collec-
tion system in the area of the City bound-
ed as follow&:
That part of Avenue "B" lying between
Blocks 1017 .and 1018 and extending
from Battles Street to North Park Ave-
nue in said City; and that part of Ave-
nue "E" lying between Blocks 1014
and 1015 extending from Battles Street
to Peters Street; and that part of Ave-
nue "F" adjacent to Block 1014 and
extending from Battles Street to Peters
Street;
and the assessment of the cost against the
abutting property. Plans, specifications and
estimates of cost are 'on file in the office
of the City Clerk and are open to the in-
spection of the public.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Clerk


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One of many new devices to ease the chore of starting seeds
Indoors is the plastic tray shown which comes complete with seeds
already planted in the growing medium. Just add water; set in sun.
It's getting so easy nowa- eggshells as great-grandmother
days to- start seeds of annual used to do.
flowers and vegetables indoors Instead, buy either pre-
that children can and do grow planted cubes of milled sphag-
their own. Simplest way is un- num moss plus other ingred-
doubtedly by using the plastic ients. or cubes with depressions
trays which come a lr ea a y in the top, each of which holds
planted with seeds of many of one seed of any variety you
the newest and best varieties please. Both kinds of cubes may
sown in a sterile planting med- be planted whole in the garden
ium. All you need to do to when weather permits.
'these is punch holes in, or re- Or buy compressed peat pots.
move, the cover, add water, available in various sizes, plant
and set the tray on a window- seeds in these and, later, plant
sill in the sun. pot and all in the garden.
If the varieties available in There's. even a tray avail.
this pre-planted form are not able to hold peat pots so that
what you had in mind, buy they may be set as a unit into
your own plastic or moulded a plastic container. This makes
fibre board trays and try plant- it easy to water them without
ing the seeds in milled sphag- making a mess.
num moss instead of soil. You don't even have to worry
Sphagnum moss is a sterile about daily watering for grow-
material in which fungi and bao- ing seedlings. There are plastic
teria cannot live, so that buga- trays to hold your growing
boo of gardeners, the fungus, medium which have openings
named "damping off" cannot in the bottoms through which
exist so cannot attack the tiny fibre glass wicks are inserted.
seedlings which it kills. "Milled" One end of each wick is in the
sphagnum is ground to make it growing medium, the other in
fine so tiny seeds can come a water reservoir which slides
into closer contact, with the in under each plastic tray.
moss. Thus watering is automatic,
Should the plants you wish to sufficient being absorbed and
start Indoors be those that re- transmitted by the wicks to
sent having tliter roots dis- keep the growing medium al-
lured by transplanting, you no ways moist, never wet. All you
long e r need grow them in have to do is fill the reservoir
--.-res of sod or in halves of every few days.




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part in the Dainty Marietta. Color-
wise both have yellow ,petals mark-
ed with mahogany -at the !base.
For those who like medium sized
plants, try -the Crackerjack. This I
-marigold is only two-thirds as high
as the older variety Sunset Giants.
Also, they bloom almost three
weeks earlier. Their color range
is yellow, gold and orange.
Many new F-1 hybrid marigolds
are impressive because 'they have
,double flowers and set a heavy uni-
form garden display of long-lasting
blooms. Most of the hybrids are ex-
pensive, -but worth a try. Hybrids
to look for include Sahara, Sun
Souffle and Yellow Climax.
Varieties with giant flowers are
best suited for the back side of the
flower bed. Don't plant them 'along
walks or drives where they may in-
trude. All varieties of marigolds
rate tops as cut flowers because
'they last for such a long 'time in
water. Also, many of the new varie-
ties do not 'have the traditionally
objectionable odor.
The small flowered 'marigolds
make good 'beds, borders and edg-
ing plants. These dwarfs can stand
crowding, 'with spacing of four to
six inches apart in 'the row.
The tall giant marigolds demand
at least eighteen inches of growing
space between plants. If these lar.
ger plants are too close they tend
to grow even taller, -more spindly,
and are crushed to the earth by
wind or by rain.
A few other heat tolerant annuals
that can .be planted now are cos-
mos, cypress-vine, rose-moss, wish-
bone flower 'and zinnia.
Wishbone flower-sometimes cal-
led summer pansy-is an edging or
rock garden subject that will with-,
stand heat and succeed with little
-attention. It blooms profusely all
summer with masses of unusual
white or lavender, yellow-blotched
-flowers.
Rose-moss is -another good edg-


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Approaching bridal and grad-
uation festivities call for dainty
refreshments. Meringue shells
lend themselves to many kinds
of dessert fillings and can be
delicately tinted to carry out
color schemes.
Meringue Shells
Yield: Two 8-inch or eight
31/2-inch shells
4 egg whites, room temp.
% tsp. cream of tartar
Vd tsp. salt
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% cup confectioners' sugar
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stiff peaks. Total beating takes
10 to 15 minutes.
Spread meringue, in circles
of size desired, on cookie sheets
covered with aluminum foil or
brown paper. Use spoon or past-
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shape the shells.
Bake 8-inch shells 1 hour, or
3%-inch shells 3/4 of an hour,
in very slow oven (275). Turn
off heat. Leave meringues in
oven to cool and set same
length of time as used for bak-
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ish cooling. Peel off paper or
foil. Fill cooled shells with ice
cream, fruit, whipped- cream or
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THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1962 FLORIDA GARDEN NOTES .

Modern Way By HERVEY SHARPE ing plant 'that can b
S' 1Agricultural Extension Service shades of buff, salm
'' -red.
SMarigolds are like compact cars If you are going
,*". -- -* If you are going a
-they are getting smaller and bet- mer and don't .want
ter each year. ers now that will .blc
Plant breeders seem to be con- are away, put in a leg
spring with contractors who build to enrich your soil.
midget-size houses on pint size lots. A crop of lupine
But regardless of the siz eof will add nitrogen t'
your homestead the new dwarf turned under in lat
marigolds are ideal for sun-drench- early fall. This wil
ed, treeless neighborhoods, or for matter to your gardi
sun-bathed spots 'among 'trees. Be sure to inoculat
One of 'the -new pigmy plants is fore planting. Your s
the Fireglow. It sets a flush 'of deep county agent can givi
mahogany red blossoms with gold tion on the proper
colored centers. The Brownie Scout how to use it.
I has -deep gold Ipetals with red
I touches at their bases.
Midget Harmony -marigolds fill Advertising Pays- Tr
M, their plants with a display of gol-
den yellow blossoms with maroon
guard petals, 'while Midget Mixed ATTEND P1
.. produce a complete color scale of
all the marigolds.
"' The old favorite Naughty Mariet-
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Forest Fires Damage 1,634.2 Acres of

Gulf County Timber Lands In 1962

The county forest fire records son to willfully or carelessly burn
show that thus far this year, the or cause to be burned, or to set fire
county has had 14 wild fires which or cause fire to be set to, any for-


be obtained in
ion, pink and

way this sum-
to plant flow-
oom while you
luminous crop

s or cowpeas
o 'the soil if
e summer or
1 add organic
en site.
e the seed 'be-
seed dealer or
e you informa-
inoculant and


est, grass, woods, wild lands or
marshes not owned or controlled by
such person. Any person carelessly
causing a forest fire can be charg-
ed with a misdemeanor -and upon
conviction can be fined up ,to $200
or three months in the county jail
or can be punished 'by both such
fine and or sentence at the discre-
tion of 'the court.
County Ranger Alton Hardy is


are dead out. Don't burn trash un-
less you have it confined to where
the burning embers cannot blow
out. Watch over it until you 'are
sure it is dead out. Don't operate
faulty equipment in the woods that
is likely to cause a forest fire.
Your help and cooperation in this
matter will .be greatly ,appreciated
by the Florida Forest Service.
Please report all forest fires to
your nearest fire tower, or local
forest ranger, or call, collect, Port
St. Joe, 229-2341.
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have burned over 1,634.2 acres of
timber lands in the county. The re-
cords show that 99% of these fires
' ere caused by carelessness either
from careless smoking, leaving
camp fires not dead out, burning
trash and not watching over s-me
until dead 'out.
Only one of 'the fires was ser, by
an incendiary.
Several fires were caused by the
improper operation, of equipment
in th) woods, such as .power saws
with bad exhaust systems, tract.)rs
with faulty spark arrestors, etc.
Florida Statute 590.08 describes
unlawful burning of woodlands as
follows: It is unlawful for any per-


asking the citizens of Gulf County
to help prevent such action', by be-
ing careful with fire in the woods.
Don't build warming or camp fires
and leave them until they are dead I
out. Don't throw down lighted cig-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe,,Florlda THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1962

St. Joe High, School Announces Summer
Program To Be Conducted at School
The Port St. Joe High School an- ents are requested to consult wth B birth, Announce#ttent
ounces the following summer pro- the director *before making pur- .Mr and Mrs. hy7ine N. Davis of
gram to be conducted by the school.chases. Minimum. standards of Lexington, Maryland, announce the
A course in social studiess (title quality are required for all instru- blrth. of -a daughter, Sharon Ann,
to be determined later) 'will be of- ments used in the high schoo'band.. born April 22 at 'the Patuxent Na-"
fered for unit credit toward high A minimum of five conseen tie, wal Hospital, Lexington, Maryland.
school graduation. Cost $25.00 per weeks of attendance will be require. .
unit. .ed of all new band students. ATTEND' PTA
A non-credit course in reading
skills improvement will be offered.
This course will be divided into
two phases. TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
Phase one will include instruc- Mon. thru Thurs. -. 4:45 p..
tion and use of the reading labora- Sun., Fri., Holldays 2:46 pn.
stories which are 'designed to pro-
mote growth in general comprehen-
sion, vocabulary and reading rate. THURSDAY and FRIDAY j
Phase two will be devoted to de-
veloping speed and comprehension GO0M-TMIHO M W
for pupils who are classified as br- IN
dinary or average readers. (A small ANcIENT S lES --
fee will be charged for these two SESRYIST N E SE"
courses.) A CUM M E
Herman Dean will conduct his n 'HUll mS
usual program in music.
A course in driver education
will be offered. This course -ar" --
ries a half unit of credit toward' SATURDAY ONLY
high school graduation.
A summer sports program will YOUFLYORADVENTURE
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be conducted for .a period of six a.4.ON.,A RY GT NU
weeks time. _I _'ONYCUR11$
All pupils desiirng to take the I TONY C 1ufo
social studies course for credit,..2'
the Driver Education course for -
credit, -or the non-credit reading
course should go by the office of
Leroy Bowdoin, the Principal, and
get on the enrollment list.
All pupils desiring to participate
W in the summer music program o
S 4 1/1 should contact Herman Dean, mu- '. COO,
sic director for Port St. Joe High '
School. Fastma= C.OLOR "
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Starting dates for the summer,. ... ,J -JdI Vl lt II
school program will be May ,' p. :.':.::..,
S* SUMMERBA ROGRAM-JIM BROWN FRANCES RAFFERTY ia r N
SUMMER BAND PROGRAMRICHARD TRETTER PATRICK WHYTE JOAN0 BRIENDIMNA MERRIlII GENE EVANS
c June 11 July 20
Summer band classes will be or-
ganized in the high school band STARTS SUNDAY
room at 9:00 a.m. June 11, 1962
~),~ ~ Students in 'grades 7 through -9 ,h ,, whoIIS I
S"are interested are requested:to be- EL fsR Hi
present for this meeting. : THE ROAD TO
The following school owned, mu-' I ER i
sical instruments are now;available W
to new students 'and wili .be Istsed1' 1 II5
Son.a basis of first come, first set-, .I- RO.MLI h. HIIUMP
yed. The rental on these Instru-1 UIWI
ments is $5.00 per year, payable i --
advance. No refunds. will be made ,
after an instrument has. been is- ELVIS
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Two sousaphones, one baritone, i 1 P I LEY
four french horns, one 'bassoon, Ous' O
one oboe, one alto clarinet, one bass 'F LLOW ,
clarinet. cosS B flllI ANNE JOANNA UA
Students who wish to play cor- TflTU UUI[ HEL M MOORE
nets, B-flat clarinets, trombones Released thr JACK
and flutes will be required to pur- UNITED ARTISTS KRUSCHEN
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Bad:Im Florida Hospitals-
is -_
Florida this .weeIjbeg"A celebra- upped 35 per cent. Shortage of 100,000 RN's *ation-
tion of 'National hospital Week Thee are the findings of a sur. wide) and its causes follow'a a-
-with: but one shadow darkening vey conducted .by a leading mLed. milar' pattern:'
medlclneus-'shining! future in the
e es shtg .ur e cal. equipment producer,. the- NOG -:* increasing population creating
state-te shortage of nurses. divipiQn-of. Cheme.tron Corporation, a steady -emaid for more nurses.
Florida needs 1,850 more regis-C hicago. hig scboo graduates discour-
tered nurses now. And within five aged from entering the profession
- years, the 6,800 RN's working in The Florida situation is far from by aen-salarin .
the state's 160 hospitals must be unique (the NOG study reveals a ,
shortage of .physicians forcing
i .. new duties on nurses, cutting down
S ?IhNEED A DPLIIM DC Btineospent within patients.
| ; I U A r;F I'ldorida-along wth *the rest of
the country-is apparently losing
CALL BEAMAN the battle to-produce -the increasing
Plumbing installation Repair~ number o4f niirse 'needed. Insde-
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Historical Society To Seek Sites Of

Hostorical InterestAt Head of St. Joe Bay

The regular meeting of the St. by Mrs. Ned S.. Porter, president.
Joseph Historical Society was'hldli .Plans 'were discussed for a pro-
Saturday afternoon in the Munici- posed trip to the head of St. Joseph
pal Building. Bay to locate some sites of histori-
The meeting was presided over cal significance.
SMrs. R. H. Brinson reported thAit
nurses. The NCG survey shows the StC Joseph Historical Society'at
that the hospitals want to add 790 present has a total of 12 portraits
more to 'the 2,500 now employed. r the signers of Florida's First
And in five years more than 3,800' Constitution; This is believed o be
practical nurses will be needed in the largest group thus far assem
the largest group thus far assem-
these institutions. bled. The latter two portraits were
Stnpsn aimed at correcting th. removed from a group picture and


situation include higher pay, cre-
ation of programs to interest stu-
dents in nursing, possible nursing
scholarships, winning "retired" nur-
ses 'back to work and encouraging
more male nursing students.
.Says Rep. Edith Green (D-Ore.)
"Our national supply of doctors
and nurses-especially the latter-
must be strengthened if we are to
meet the demands of -the times, if
we are *to be adequately prepared
for 'the possible needs of a civil
defense emergency, if we are to
meet the health needs of an ever-
Erowin nation."


made into 8x10 size through the
efforts and skil lof Bernard' A5;
Pridgeon, Sr., 'and Clyde A. F:t.
The Society approved 'the pur-
chase of two bags of fertilizer for
the &shrubbery at 'the old cemetery.
The meeting was well attended
with the following members pres-
ent: Mrs. Ned E. Porter, Mrs. Flara-
zelle Connell, Mrs. Zola Maddox,
Mrs. Bula Pridgeon, Mrs. Charles
A. Brown, Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Wil-
liam Howell and Charles B. Smith.

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THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1982
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


Cubs Have Monthly

Pack Meeting

A large group of Cub Scouts, par-
ents and other interested persons
met Thursday, May 3, at 7:30 p.m.
at the Stac House for the regular
monthly Pack Meeting.
The meeting was opened with a
very impressive flag ceremony led
'by Cub George Winters of Den 3.
The program for the evening
was prepared by Den 3, Mrs. Bill
Winters, Den Mother. The theme
for April, "Cub Scout Troubadours"
was the basis for 'a very entertain-
in.g group of songs .of the "Barber-
shop Quartet" .style. The Cubs ac-
companied themselves on instru-
ments they had made during the
month in 'connection with their reg-
ular Den meetings and advance-
ment activity.
During the business meeting pre-
sided over by Oubmaster James H.
Moore, plans were made for the
District Track Meet .to be held here
on May 26, Pack 47 being the host
Pack. The Rotary Club, as the spon-
soring organization, will be asked
to 'assist with 'this undertaking.
Den 4, Mrs. Marie Boone, Den
Mother, will' present 'the program
-at the June Pack meeting. The
theme of activity leading to that
Sime 'will be "The World Around
Us".
A count of attendance according
to Dens showed Den 3, Mrs. Win-
ters' Den, the Honor Den for the
coming month. They had a high of
85% attendance.
Awards earned and presented at
this meeting were as follows: Billy
Barr, Gold and Silver Arrows;
Bobby Faliski, Boear; Donald
Shoots, Denner, Wolf; Jim Myrick,
Asst. Denner, Service Star, Wolf;
Walter Hawkins, Bobcat 'and Den-
ner; Henry Boone, Asst. Denner;
Steve Macomber, Silver Arrow;
Rickey Winters, Denner; Barron
Abrams, Bobcat; Bobby McKier-
nan.. Bobcat; David Henderson,
Den Chief's Cord; Ca-lvin. Johnson,
,Denner.
One new Cub, Phillip Stykes, was
'welcomed into the Pack.

odt Rivercade

et For June 30

For 'advance information, the
Apalachicola Boat Club will spon-
sor its 10th Annual Rivercade to
leave Chattahoochee for Apalachi-
cola at 9:00 a.m. Saturday morning,
June 30.
On the return trip, the flotilla
'will leave Apalachicola at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday morning, July 1.
There will be a Rivercade fish
fry In Apalachicola at 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, served Rivercaders by
the Boat 'Club. Rivercade Dance
will be at the Armory beginning at
9:00 -p.m. Saturday evening.
In due time, large placards con-
taining full details will be posted
by 17 Boat Clubs in their respective
areas over Florida, Georgia and
Alabama.
All lovers of 'boats 'are urged to
make preparations .to participate in
this Rivercade. Former Rivereades
have seen near 300 boats arrive in
the Apalachicola Yacht Basin.
All persons, from everywhere,
who enjoy 'good music, dancing,
and a general get-together good
time are invited to attend the Ri-
vercade Dance. Music will be by
"Willy the Weather-man" and his
dance .band.
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Gulf Receives

Race Track Money
TALLAHASSEE- State Comp-
troller Ray E. Green reported' this
week each of the 67 counties has
received an additional check of
$31,000 from race track taxes.
Green said 'the total sent to
counties to date for the current
fiscal year is $11,000 more than re-
ceived by each of the counties dur-
ing the corresponding period of the
previous year.
Each county has received a total
of $184,500 in race track funds to
date.
VITRO WIVES CLUB
TO HOLD HAT SHOW
The Vitro Wives Club invites all
its wives to participate in the crazy
hat show to be held at the next
meeting of 'the Club on Tuesday,


May 15, a 7:30 .p.m.
The meeting will, be held at the
Florida Power Lounge. A prize will
be given.
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R. GLENN BOYLES Editor .. '...
Associate Editors YOU-ALL ,
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Dedicated to Better Selling mixed wivt a
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ESTHER TAYLOR Men'W and Ladies' Ready4to-Wear
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LARRY ALLEN Stock and Maintenance

88c SALE GRADUATION GIFTS
GIFTS THAT SAY, "I LOVE YOU, MOTHER!"

Mr. and Mrs. Boyles are determined to present to you
this year, the best shoe stock ever shown in Gulf County.
And due to the fact that Mr. and Mrs. Boyles are work-
ing on this goal at the present by attending a shoe show-
ing, I, Don Haddan, am honored in presenting this article
to you.
Mother's Day is close at hand and you have no doubt
been thinking about that special gift for men, and for your
wife. After all, what gift can express the love we hold in
our hearts for such a dear person. Naturally, you'll want
the best, but what is the best for mom? Well, that's where
Boyles comes in. At Boyles you'll get personal attention.
A friendly clerk will show you around and help you decide
what you would like to have for mom. At Boyles, you will
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Graduation gifts are also very special and sometimes
the right gift is hard to find. But, when you look through
the large variety of gift items at Boyles, you will find,
not just one, but several gifts that are perfect for this oc-
cation.
Just before Mr. Boyles left, he was telling me that
someone had said, "What this country needs is a good $1.50
tie." One answer to that is, Boyles has them for $1.00 .



VOTE FOR and ELECT

JAMES C. HORT ON

I would like to take this opportunity to
thank the fine people of Gulf County for your sup-
port and vote.
To those who support other candidates, I
ask you sincerely for your vote and support during
the second primary, May 29, 1962.

THANK YOU,


James C. Horton


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White City.-Phone 229-1145 or in-
quire at Echb's Super Mkt. tfc-2-25
FOR RENT: One bedroom house,
furnished. One 'two bedroom du-
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cottage. Smith's Pharmacy. Phone
227-5111.
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom
furnished first floor apartment.
12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481
oir 227-4261. tfc-4-5
FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak
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FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame house
at White City. Large lot. See Da-
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FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room apartment. 619 Woodward
Ave. $35.00 per month. Call or write
Gene Halley, 2108 Croyden Dr., Tal-
lahassee, Office phone 222-0550, ext.
349, home phone 385-3139. tfc-4-5
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2-
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room apt. Heat and water fur-
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able for couple or a woman. 1301
Monument Ave., or phone 227-5301.
Also has garage.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment
on Palm Blvd. See Cecil G. Cos
tin, Jr. .tfc-5-10
CHAIN LINK FENCE
For free estimates call C. W.
Long, phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph.
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
FOR SALE: One wheel chair. First
class conidtion. Half .price. Mrs.
J. 0. Baggett, Phone 227-7331. 3tp


Large two bedroom -masonry
house with oak floors and floor fur
nace in very good condition. Buy
owner's equity for $1,000 and as-
sume existing mortgage.
Three .bedroom house w i h
breezeway, garage and oak tloo,'3.
On 90x165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave.
To sell for only $350 down plus
closing cost. Balance on FHA loan.
Two bedroom frame dwelling in
good condition on 15th Street. On:y
$7,500.
Have three bedroom house on
Seventh Street. Has new -roof and
new siding throughout. Only $4,800.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY: 3-
bedroom home, completely finish-
ed, hardwood floors, floor furnace,
carport and .utility room. One acre
land. $300.00 down. Will take 2nd
mortgage for $700.00. Assume mo.
payments of $75.00 mo. Located in
Dalkeith, 8 miles south of Wewa.
Call Mrs. Segers, 227-2711. 2tc-5-3
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1314
Marvin Ave. Purchaser to as-
sume VA mortgage. See Cecil Cos-
tin, Jr.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
Palm Blvd. See Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home, St.
Joe Beach. -One block from the
beach. Very reasonable. C. W. Long
Phone 227-4686. tfc-5-10
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.
110 Westcott Circle. Pay small
equity -and assume FHA mortgage.
Phone 227-8981. tfc-5-10
FOR SALE: Westinghouse 12 cu.
.ft. 425 lbs. capacity upright free-
zer, works perfectly, $109.50. Re-
frigerators, $29.50 up. Air condi-
tioners, electric fans (table, floor
and window .models) $9.95 up. See
our "like .new" file cabinets. Many
other -outstanding values at SUR-
PLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Mon.
Ave. itc


FOR THE SPORTSMAN or for just
FOR SALE going fishing boating, skiing, or
Two bedroom house in good con- camping, we have 'the supplies to
ditiononn McClellan Avenue. Can help make it enjoyable. Bunk beds,
sell for total cost of only $6,937.91. single or stacked, complete with
Pay $1,200 down and assume FHA mattresses and pillows, $10.95 ea.
mortgage for balance. Set of 'two, with stack attachments


$22.50. Electric and gas stoves,
some are ideal for the river camp,
others are ideal for the home. They
work, $24.95 up-Auto. washing ma--
chines, also the wringer type. Ra-
dios. Record players and: TV sets.
Good performance. The. plces are
right. You'll -find them. t SUR-
PLUS SALES of ST. JOE. 112 Mon.
Ave. Easy terms. Free delivery.
Phone 227-4051.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT: Field
Enterprises Educational Corpora-
tion has few choice openings for
teachers in this area for summer
work. Publishers of World Book
Encyclopedia and Child Craft offer
guaranteed income, scholarship pro-
gram and other benefits for teach-
ers and substitute teachers part
time. Write Ralph Allen, 1200 4th
St., Marianna for personal inter-
view.
MAN WANTED to serve consumers
in Gulf' County, with Rawleighl
Products. Steady good earnings the
year round. No capital required.
Write Rawleigh Dept. FAE-100-11,
Memphis, Tenn.


WANTED TO BUY-Old Americai.
'money. I buy silver, gold or cop-
per coins, paying top book price.
Write A. C. Hollis, Jr., 4802 W. 19th
St., Panama City, Fla. 2tp
MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe-
ther planning to move across
town or across the nation, you may
be sure that your ,most priceless
belongings are in experienced and
capable hands. We represent May-
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SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument
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FOR SALEz Lot at Mexico Beach.
Reasonable. Write P. 0. Box 175,
Tallahassee, Florida. 4tc-4-19
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing companion's welcome.
Everett McFarland, High Priest
Edgar Smith, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec
All Master Masons cordially invited
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Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
w'ick expert service. tfc
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.


Open House

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as two operating rooms, two de-
livery rooms, three labor rooms
and a recovery room, all with the
latestt equipment, completely air-
conditioned, the total cost of which
was approximately $600,00.00. Op-
'erating cost is approximately $15,-
000.00 per month, of which a little
less than two-thirds is payroll,
covering 49 employees.
We are extremely proud of our
personnel, each of whom fills a
very important place in the daily
operation of the hospital. This
week we are paying special tribute
to our personnel; we are grateful
for their interest, loyalty and co-
operation. Fanny Roberts, our em-
ployee with 'the longest term of
service, was employed as a cook
in January, 1947, and has served
continuously in that capacity since
that time.
In the first three months of 1962,
there 'were 447 admissions includ-
ing 40 births.
This is appreciation week for us
at Municipal Hospiital, 'and we
would like to express our apprecia-
tion to 'those who have cooperated
so wonderfully with us; first, to
The Star for publicity this week
and the two weeks before; to 'the
some 20 business places allowing
us to place posters in their win-
dows; to Radio Station WJOE for
announcements many times daily
this week. Last, but certainly not
least, we are deeply grateful to
our Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers
who are "always ready" 'and to
whom we are indebted for so many
things, the latest being 'the furnish-
ing of our very beautiful chapel.


JOB PRINTING

THE STAR


0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. A41 members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
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. tf


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also to remove any trash, debris,
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Junior-Senior

Prom Elaborate

Event for Students

The most elaborate social func-
tions of the entire school year was
held Saturday night, May 5, in the
Centennial Building when the Jun-
iors honored the Senior Class with
the annual Junior-Senior Prom.
An evening of "Southern Splen-
dor" was provided in a traditional
Southern setting. The guests enter-
ed a courtyard 'surrounded by a
rbd brick wall. An old fashioned
buggy was the center of interest.
and wrought iron lawn furniture
completed the scene.
The dance .room was 'transformed


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


THE STAR

Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
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into a Southern estate with the Dr Hendrx To
stage representing a Colonial man-
sion. From the porch of the man- Attend Mee'tn
sion one could see tobacco fields,
pastures, servant's houses, a river
scene featuring a steamboat, and BAL HARBOUR, MIAMI BEACH
other mansions, in the distance. -Dr. J. Wayne Hendrix of Port St. i
Centering the room 'was a summer Joe will officially represent the t
house in which stood a Colonial Franklin-Gulf County Medical So- t
girl. city at the 88th annual meeting of
Joel Barbee, Junior Class presi- the Florida Medical Association be-
'dent, acting as Master of Cerem.on- i-ng held here May 1013. He was
Is, expressed appreciation, in be- elected a delegate to the state as-
half of the entire Junior Class,. 't sociation by the local medical
the City Commission, the St. Joe group. As a member of the House
Paper Company,- the class spon- of' Delegates, Dr. Hendrix will help
sors, and individuals who contribut- decide-along 'with delegates of
ed to 'the success of the prom. the other 39 county medical socie-


Entertainment consisted of a
minuet danced by members of the

Junior Tri Hi Y, "Old Folks At
Home" sung by the group and a
duet, "Beautiful Dreamer", by Gayle
Richards and Keitha Carmichael.
Each Senior and his date was in-
troduced; and George Duren, Presi-
dent of the Senior Class, and his
date began the lead-out dance af-
ter which the entire Senior Class,
followed by the members of the
Junior Class, joined in the ,danc-
ing.
Music for the occasion was fur-
nished by the Ra.mblers, a band
composed of Florida State Univer-
sity students, who played from the
mansion porch.
During intermission punch was
served by Junior Tri Hi Y mem-
bers.
Sponsors of the Junior Class who
assisted in preparations for the
prom are Pasco Gibson, Don Boze-
man, Mrs. W. 0. Howard and Mrs.
J. C. Price.
Open house at the Centennial
Building Saturday 'afternoon prior
to the Junior-Senior Prom was well
attended, with 178 *visitors signing
the registration book.
The Junior Class appreciates the
interest of 'those who came out to
view the decorations.
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Two Arrested

Fr Break-In

The Independent Life and Acci-
dent Insurance Company office in
Port St. Joe -was broken into last
Thursday night an'd $324.67 taken
from a desk drawer, 'according to
Eston Clements, office manager of
the company.
Police arrested John Phillips, Jr.,
an employee on. a fish boat docked
in the-Gul'f County Canal Saturday
and A. E. Bradley, Jr., an employee
of the Independent Company on
Sunday and charged them with
the theft.
According to police, Bradley was
an employee of the firm, 'accepting
a position in the local office some
three weeks ago. Police said the
pair entered the front 'door of the
office with Bradley's key and then
pried a bar off the back door to
Hte office to make an appearance
of a forced entry from the rear
entrance of the -building. No force
marks were visible from the out-
side of the back door, which sent
local police and Sheriff's deputies
off on the theory that the theft
was an inside job.
Both boys admitted the theft to
Sheriff's Department deputies.

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u. 1. rrince

Escapes Injury

B. C. Prince, owner of Wimico
Lodge at White City was pinned
beneath his automobile in a freak
accident that almost cost him his'
life last Saturday.
Prince's boat was being hoisted
onto his boat trailer 'by the attend-
ant at Pridgeon's Boat Landing in'
White City when a chock block un-
der a wheel of the car gave way,
causing the trailer, car and boat
to slip into the water. Prince, stand-
ing behind his car was knocked in-
to the water and pinned under-
neath.
A companion, Hershel Neel, went
to the aid of Prince, who managed
to squeeze himself from under the'
car, suffering only minor cuts and
bruises.


ELECTION STORY
votes to get into the, run-off with
incumbent Otis Pyle who polled
,095.
The table of votes by precinct
published on the front page of this
ssue is the official count of the
ballots cast including the 38 absen-
ee ballots voted.

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ties-the state organization's poli-
cies.


To The Voters of Gulf County

Words can never express my sincere apprecia-
tion for the wonderful vote and support you gave
me in the first primary election.
I thank each of you and ask for your continued
support in the second primary.


BILLY RISH
CANDIDATE, HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES


Friends & Fellow Citizens of Gulf Co.

I would like to take this opportunity of thankind'
each of you that cast your vote for my behalf dur4
ing the recent election for Member of the Board of
Public Instruction from District Number Three.
I did not, at any time during the race, compromise
myself or the dignity of the important office for which
I was running.
I ran a true and honest race from start to finish
and I am deeply grateful for the ones that supported
me and the principals for which I was fighting for.
Even though I was defeated in this election, I
firmly believe that we are getting closer and closer
to the day when each of us will finally realize that
there are some principals which we can't afford to
compromise.


Yours for Better Gulf County Schools


G. L. KENNINGTON


Your Support Was Appreciated


I would like the citizens of this county to know
that I appreciate the confidence placed in me by the
fine vote you gave me Tuesday. Your kind support
has placed me in the Second Primary Run-off election.
I earnestly solicit your continued support dur-
ing the remaining days and respectfully urge you to
go, again, to the polls on May 29 and cast your ballot
for the man you deem most qualified for this impor-
tant jdb in our county. -


W. J. (Joe) FERRELL


THANK YOU, GULF COUNTY

I would like to express my sincere thanks to
the people of Gulf County for the splendid vote giv-
en me in the first primary election.
I want to thank my opponents for a clean race
well run. I would earnestly solicit the support of
those who voted for Mr. McGlon in the first primary
to cast your vote for me on May 29.


E. C. HARDEN, Sr.


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