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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 17, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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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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SECOND PRIMARY ELECTION, AY 29


THE SAR


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


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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA


MISS MINERVA McLANE, Municipal Hospital administra-
tor, is shown above congratulating Fanny Roberts as the
oldest employee of the hospital. Fanny has been head
cook at the Hospital for 15 years.


100 Attend Open

House At The

Hospital Sunday

Open House was held at the Port


Kindergarten Plans

Program

The play, "Cinderella" will be
presented 'by the Happyland Kin-


St. Joe Municipal Hospital last dergarten under the direction of
Sunday afternoon from 2:00 until Mrs. Charles Browne and Miss


3:00 p.m. commemorating National
Hospital Week.
Between 50 and 100 people
were present for this affair spon-
sored by the Hospital Auxiliary
volunteers and the Hospital per-
sonnel.
A tour through the hospital was
conducted and ended in the hospi-
tal dining room where coffee, punch
and cookies were served by mem-
bers of the Hospital Auxiliary. At
this time Mrs. Jean Atchison, who
was chosen 'Employee of the Year"
at the hospital, was. presented a
corsage and a gold bracelet as a
gift from her fellow employees.
Fanny Roberts, who has served
as chief cook since January, 1947
was introduced and presented a
corsage and a sterling silver pin
as an award for her 15 years of
faithful service to the hospital.


SRD To Repave

Hihway 71

The Gulf County Commission
was notified by the State Road
Department last week that Gulf
County will receive primary road
funds this fiscal year for the re-
- sprfacjing of Highway 71 from
Port St. Joe to Cypress Creek.
Highway 71 was re-surfaced
two years ago from Cypress
Creek to Wewahitchka.
Highway 71 was re-surfaced
six years ago between Port St.
Joe and White City, but the job
never held up and is included for
re-surfacing in this year's budget.
No estimate of when construc-
tion would begin was given to
the County Board.

Lions Told of Historical
Society Scope of Activities

The St. Joseph Historical Socie-
ty and its program was explained
to the Port St. Joe Lions Club on
Tuesday -of this week at their reg-
ular meeting. The Society's aims
were given 'by Mrs. Ned S. Porter
and Mrs. Hubert Brinson, both
members of the Society.
A special meeting will be held
by the Lions next Tuesday at 12
noon at the City Restaurant at
which time new officers for the
corning year will be elected.


Elizabeth Ann Browne in the High
School Auditorium on Friday, May
IS at 8:00 p.m.
The cast of characters will in-
clude:
Cinderella, Cindy Chatham
Prince. Jim McNeill
Messengers, Mike McLawhon,
Russell Chason, Michael Eells -and
Raymond Hart.
Step Mother, Joni Grace
Step Sister, Janet Sutton.
Step Sister, Ginger Guilford.
Fair Godmother, Mary Whitting-
ton.
Cricket, Danny Tankersley.
Twin Pumpkins, Tony and Corky
Justice.
Mice: M\ark Wimberly, Billy Fer-
ris. Steve Lawrence, Jay Stevens
and Andy May.
Lizards: Bruce May, Wayne Mc-
Kiernan and Bill Wall.
Raindrops: Nan Parker, Phyllis
Pridgeon, Sarah Ann Roberts, Re-
nee Costin and Cuyler King.
Special Guests: Debbie Burke,
Steve Burke, Mark Holland, Shar-
on Johnson, Susie Quarles, Terry
Brown, Sandy Ward, Fran Allen,
Nancy Rush, Jo Lynn Parrot, Alex
Mahon, Catherine Mahon, Lisa Mel-
ton, Paun Parker, Sheri Guilford,
Greg Chason and Ray Lawrence.
Special dances performed by the
different characters will be: Pump-
kin Twist, Cricket Hop, Lizardtail
Swing, Raindrop Dance, Country
Dance, Folk Dance, Wiggling Ro-
dents and Cinderella Waltz.


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR


Commission


THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962


NUMBER 32


Meeting


Sees Full Agenda Tuesday


Annual Boy Scout Circus Shaping

Up for Presentation Next Friday Night


City Postpones

Accepting Federal

Funds for Survey

In a special meeting of the City
Commission held last week the
Board met with Max Kilbourn of
Florida Engineer Associates to
discuss whether to accept a Gov-
ernment grant (with strings at-
tached) to make a survey for
future expansion of the City wa-
ter and sewer system.
(The attached string is that
the "grant" must be repaid if
the City undertakes any major
water and sewer work whether it
is connected with the survey or
not.)
After discussion the matter
with Kilbourn and finding out
just where the City stood in the
project which was inaugurated a
year ago under the late Mayor J.
L. Sharit. Nothing has been done
on the project as yet, and as a
result, the Government has set
a time limit for the City to ac-
cept or reject the survey money.
The City asked Kilbourn to re-
quest an extension of the offer
of funds until they could review
the scope of work originally plan-
ned.
It was reported at the meeting
Tuesday night that the extension
had been granted for 30 days.


Last Rites Held for

Mrs. Laura Extaa Gay

Funeral services for Mrs. Laura
Extaa Gay; age 69, of 1535 N. Green
St., Pensacola were held at 9:00
a.m. Thursday, May 10 at Richards
Memorial Methodist Church with
Rev. Cecil Bradley and Rev. Charles
A. Corbitt officiating. Mrs. Gay
-died unexpectedly Tuesday morn
ing, May S at a Pensacola hospital.
Mrs. Gay was a native of Coving
ton County, Ala., but had resided
ia Plountstown before moving to
Pensacola five years ago. She was
a member of the Richards Memor-
ial Methodist Church and a mem-
ber of the Order of Eastern Star.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.
Ottis B. Martin of Pensacolt; two
sons, J. A. Gay of Pensacotb and
Walter C. Gay of Port St. Josi four
sisters, Mrs. C. M. Gilchrist of Pen-
sacola, Mrs. G. C. Barnette of Pen
sacola, Mrs. W. E. Davis of Auburn-
dale, and Mrs. L. Simmons of Sam-
son, Ala.; two brothers, Ed Wood-
ham of Opp, Ala., and Perry W.
Woodham of Santa Monica, Calif.;
seven grandchildren and eight
greaet-grandchildren.
Graveside services 'were held at
3:00 p.m. Thursday at the Nettle
Ridge Cemetery at Blountstown
with Eastern Star services at 'the
grave.


Mrs. H. 0. Pridgeon

Passes Away Suddenly

Mrs. Harland 0. Pridgeon, age
45, wife of Gulf County Tax Col-
lector, H. 0. Prigdeon, .passed away
suddenly Saturday at their home in
Wewa'hitchka.
She is, survived by her husband;
two daughters, Mrs. Betty Jo Gar-
ner, Gainesville, Ga. and Miss Ka-
thy Jean Gaskin. of Wewahitchka;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Davis
(Continued On P*ge 4,


Troop 47, Boy Scouts of Ameri-
ca, will present their annual cir-
cus next Friday night, May 25-un-
less it rains, which event will post-
pone the circus to Saturday, May
26. The big show will begin ,at 8:00
p.m.
The Scouts havd been working
at nights and week ends *for the
past month building their sets,
props, equipment, etc., "training"
their "animals" and rehearsing the
unique acts that have become as-
sociated with the annual show.
Scoutmaster John T. Simpson
says the Scouts have worked up a
bigger and better show than ever
this year and plan to more than
give their audience its money's
worth in entertainment.
Proceeds from the circus will be
used to finance the Scouts annual
camping trip for the entire Scout
Troop. Citizens are urged to pur-
chase their tickets as soon as pos-
sible from any member of the
Boy Scouts and be sure to be on
hand next Friday night 'at the "cir-,
cus grounds" at Centennial Field.
For those of you who have never
seen a Troop 47 Boy Scout Circus,
the event is completely built, writ-
ten and performed by Boy 'Scouts
of Troop 47.


Two More Wrecks In Port St. Joe

Area .. But No Serious Injuries


The Port St. Joe area continued
its flirtation' with its first highway
death in eight years with two more
automobile accidents reported in
and near Port St. Joe during the
past week. The two wrecks added
to a rash 'of 'accidents that have oc-
curred this year.
Early Monday morning, Charles
Eddy Smith crashed his car into an
Army Jeep parked partly on the
'highway at the temporary head-
quarters of the U. S. Army maneu-
vers at Palm Point. According to


Dredge To Complete

Harbor Work In June

Congressman Bob Sikes noti-
fied Tom S. Coldewey, chairman
of the Port St. Joe Port Author-
ity this week that dredging oper-
ations on the improvement of he
Port St. Joe harbor are to be
completed this spring.
Sikes notified Coldewey that
Lt. Col. William R. Ledbetter,
Commanding Officer, Corps of
Engineers, Mobile, had scheduled
the hopper dredge "Gerig" to be
in the Port St. Joe harbor about
June 14. The dredge will com-
plete work on the entrance chan-
nel, which will give the Port St.
Joe port an overall depth of 37
feet.


Deputy Sheriff Jimmy Barfield,
Smith was coming from Panama
City at about 5:15 a.m. and ran in-
to the parked vehicle. Smith was
taken to the Municipal Hospital
suffering from a cut on his fore-
head. The Jeep was unoccupied.
Barfield said that Smith was
charged with failing to have his
vehicle under control.
Tuesday afternoon at about 4:30
p.m. a slight accident occurred un-
der the stop light on Reid Avenue.
According to witnesses, Mrs. Rob-
ert Bellows backed out of a park-
ing place into the path of Mrs.
John Blount, who was driving north
on Reid Avenue.
The Blount auto had one or its
headlights knocked out and dam-
age to a fender. The Bellows auto
was damaged on the rear fender.


Adult Institute

To Graduate Class

The Gulf County Adult Institute
will hold graduation exercises on
Friday, June 1 at 8:00 p.m. in the
Port St. Joe High School Auditor-
ium.
Sixteen adults are to receive
their high school diplomas at this
exercise.
The public is invited to attend.


Pridgeon Questions Bill for $1,000

Rendered By City for Water Meters

Earl Tom Pridgeon, local Realtor and Insurance Agency
operator, appeared before the City Commission Tuesday
night to object to a bill for $1,000.00 levied against his firm
for water meters placed in a housing project on Juniper and
Cypress Avenues. Pridgeon contended that he had an agree-
ment with the City at the time, for the City to bear the cost
of the questioned meters.


Home, Phone Poles

Damaged By Fire

A burning iron and a pile of tele-
phone poles received the undivided
attention of the Port St. Joe Vol-
unteer Fire Department during the
past week.
Last Thursday afternoon at 6:00
p.m. an electric iron cord shorted
out in the Dave 'May home on Mon-
ument Avenue and damaged a bed.
mattress and the floor of a bed-
room in the May home.
The fire was quickly put out and
damage was. kept at a minimum.
Sunday afternoon at 6:00 p.m. a
pile of telephone poles belonging
to the SSt. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company burned. The
poles had been unloaded .from a
railroad car near the City 'Ware-
house and were stacked 'beside the
railroad track near Highway 71.
Apparently the grass beside the
highway caught fire and burned up
under the poles setting them afire.
The creosote covered poles burn-
ed quickly and, were ruined before
the fire department could be sum-
moned. Phone company officials es-
timated the damage at about $1,-
500.00.


plained the compressors couldn't be
placed to 'the side of the 'building
since ,he had 'only a short term
lease on 'the property and stood to
have the lease revoked at any
time. The 'City granted Lewis per-
mission to install the -compressors
in the alley, releasing the city
from any damages caused by or to
the compressors.
W. J. Herring appeared before
the Board stating that the Little
Boys Baseball ,organization had se-
,cured two 45 foot steel beams and
requested the.'City to 'take the
beams and make a 'bridge -across
the drain ditch that ran between
'the Little Boys Baseball parks. Af-
ter .ennsiderablo discussion, Com-
missioner John Robert Smith 'made
a motion the 'City do this 'work pro-
vided the League would purchase
chain link fence to line the railings
of the bridge to prevent small chil-
dren from falling into the ditch.
The 'Stac House sent a letter con-
taining 'four requests to the city
for the Stac house building.
The letter requested:

1. Furnish the director with a
key to the Stac house.
2. Furnish material for repairing
a room in the house making it In-
accessible except with a key.
3. Requested permission to rope
off the ,Southwest corner of the
house In which they wished to
place some new furniture for use
of the committee.
4. Requested the City to donate
$50.00 toward the purchase of the
furniture.
The Commission decided to grant
all the requests 'but. reserved the
$50.00 donation only if the commit-
tee raised at least $150.00, toward
the purchase of furniture.
City Clerk Williams reported that
less than $1,000.00 remained in the
Gneeral Fund balance. Mayor Han-
non recommended that $10,000.00 be
transferred from the $16,000.00 hos-
pital improvement fund. It was
stated that all bills had been paid
out of the hospital fund except for
work currently being done on an
emergency poNwer supply system
which will run less than $5,000.00.
The Commission agreed to pay all
current bills and voted to hold up
an invoice from Smith, Ryan and
Carlisle for $2,550.00. The 'bill was
for a recent audit which had been
quoted by the firm for $2,000.00.
The Board voted to purchase a cal-
culator machine for $455.00 plus
trade-in of an adding machine.


George Core Tells Humorous Side of Court House Doins'


Gulf County's Circuit C our t,
while being a serious business, also
has its humorous side--this accord-
ing to George Y. Core, Clerk of the
Circuit Court. Core gave the Port
St. Joe Kiwanis Club some of the
examples of the humorous in court
at their regular meeting Tuesday,
and at the same time worked in a
point of the near mockery of the
courts that some people try to
make.
As an example, Core told of a
man from the Kenney's Mill quar-
ters up in court for chicken steal-
ing. The man who owned the chick
ens had caught the man. on triai


in his chicken yard with chickens
tinder his arms and would not al-
low him to put the birds down un-
til the law arrived. In pleading on
his own behalf, the defendant ex.
plained that he saw a dog trying
to catch the chickens and eat them
and he had been merely holding the
chickens so the dog could not eat
them when he was accosted by the
bird's owner.
Then there was the case of the
Negro woman caught ,by police in
possession of bolita tickets. The
Negress explained that some man
who didn't like her had thrown the
paper tickets down in her yard and


she had merely been "picking the
trash up out of her yard" when she
was caught.
All of these incidents happened
in the Gulf County Circuit Court.
Core worked in his lesson of the
day, however, by explaining how
such deliberate falsehoods were
purjury and bore a stiff penalty.
He told of Gulf County's second
case of purjury being uncovered by
the court in 13 years. The act oc-
curred in connection with the trial
of the boys who broke into the ice
plant building, which was held in
February of this year.
A host of evidence had been of-


fered by the state to prove the
guilt of those on trial and also sev-
eral witnesses were introduced to
strengthen the state's case against
the defendants and had a seeming-
ly air tight case. Then a young cou-
ple from Wewahitchka testified
that the defendants had been in
their home during the night in ques-
tion without leaving. The state was
able to prove their story false and
thereby inaugurated the charge of
perjury.
The couple are awaiting sentence
at this time and face up to 20 years
in prison and complete loss of citi-
zenship. Core explained that per-


jury in a capital case is punish-
able by imprisonment for life.
Core explained that while the
court hated to impose such a harsh
sentence on the couple, it couldn't
let the court become a side show
of any kind of lie just to get a de-
fendant acquitted.
Guests of the club Tuesday were
Nelson Hall and Leon Hobbs from
Port St. Joe High School; Pat Culp,
L. 1). Lewis and Tommy 'Savage of
Panama City, Lucious Morris of
Port St. Joe and Harvey Simpson
of Sylvester, Georgia.


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Pridgeon told the Board that he
had -an agreement with the late
Mayor J. L. Sharit 'that his com-
pany would pay the cost of putting
down water and sewer mains -and
paving in the area in question and
the Mayor agreed that the City
would then place the water .meters
without charge.
Pridgeon stated that his company
did not get this agreement in writ-
ing so far as he knew, nor did his
company offer anything in writing
to the Mayor with the exception of
progress reports which referred to
the agreement in several instances.
Pridgeon stated that he had re-
ceived a statement for the water
meters, after the housing project
was finished In 1959. but had call-
ed thi t., City. Clerk R. W. Hender-
son and asked him to check with
Sharit on the matter, and so far as
he knew, he had received no bills
since until this month when the
City billed him for $1,000.00 for the
meters.
Pridgeon stated that he would
have made provisions to Include the
cost of the meters in his project
cost if he knew they had to be
paid for, but had not, due to his
assurances that there would be no
meter charge.
Commissioner I. C. Nedley sug-
gested that the City get -more clari-
fication of the situation before mak-
ing a decision and the matter was
then tabled until the next meeting
date.
Jack Sheffield appeared before
the Commission and asked permis-
sion to construct a service station
on First Street to the rear of his
lot. The City Commission instruct-
ed attorney Costin to investigate
zoning laws in the area and to poll
neighbors of Sheffield for any ob-
jections to a service station in the
area.
Fire Chief Charles Wall appeared
before the Commission to ask for
instructions on getting emergency
supplies and repairs for the fire
truck on a basis that would permit
the City to pay the bills when a
statement is presented. Mayor Han-
non instructed Wall or one of his
assistants to sign for any repairs
or supplies purchased and the bills
would be paid promptly.
Jimmy Lewis, owner of the Jit-
ney Jungle store to open in Port
St. Joe soon at the corner of Reid
Avenue and Fourth Street asked
the city for permission to place
compressors for his cooling equip-
ment in the alley to the rear of the
store. Lewis stated that the com-
pressors would extend for two and
a half feet on city property. He ex-









.O nce Recital Set For


Thursday, May 24 at School


The Vonciel Taylor School of 'Teacher's Pet", Tiger Williams,
Dance will present its annual Spring Phyllis Pridgeon, Nan Parker, Cuy-
recital, "Stars 'of Tomorrow" at the ler King, Dawn Anchors.
Elementary School Auditorium, May "The Lady In Red", Diane Dan-
24 at 8:00 p.m. Students of dance cer.
-will perform numbers in ballet, tap, "Lady Be Good", Beverly Gilbert.
modern jazz and acrobatics. "TV That's for Me", Peggy Jones,
The students -will present under Carol Grace, Debbie Mahon, Deb-
the direction of Mrs. Taylor the fol- bie Sykes and Holly Barr.
lowing program for your pleasure: "Pink Ballet", Phyllis Pridgeon,
"Makin' Whoopee" Beverly Gil- Cuyler King, Dawn Anchors, and
,bert, Diane Dancer and Rita Tho- Nan Parker.
mas. "Razzle Dazzle" Pamela and Me-
"Primrose Valse", Debbie Sykes, lynda Bolden.
Peggy Jones, Holly Barr, Carol "Ballin' The Jack", Suzanne Ger-
Grace, Debbie Mahon. esbacher, Judy Hendrix, Leeanna
"Pas De Deux", Melynda Bolden.. Hardy, Pam O'Brian, Linda Folz,
"Tap Boogie", Patty Strobel, Kar- Linda Grace and Susan Trammell.
-la Strobel, Billy Barr, Susan Rust, "Rock A Beatin' Boogie", Diane
Deb'bie Floyd, Otis Kate Pyle, Dancer, Beverly Gilbert, Rita Tho-
Midge Howell, Holly Hendrix and mas.
Janie Cathey. "Singing In The Rain", Patty and
"All Aboard", Suzanne Geresba- Karla Strobel, Billy Barr, Susan
cher, Judy Hendrix, Leeanna Har- Rust, Debbie Floyd, Otis Kate Pyle,
dy Pam O'Brian, Linda Folz, Lin- Midge Howell, Holly Hendrix, Ja-
da Grace and Susan- Trammell. nie Cathey.


"Jazz Time", Peggy Jones, Deb-
bie Sykes, Carol Grace, Debbie Ma-
hon, Holly Barr.
"White and Silver Rhythm", Pam-
ela Bolden.
"Fantasy In White", Diane Dan-
cer, Beverly Gilbert.
"Acrobatic", Debbie Floyd.
"Two of A Kind", Debbie Ma-hon
and Carol Grace.
"Waltz Time", Holly Barr.
"Blue and Silver Waltz", Diane
Dancer, Beverly Gilbert 'and Rita
Thomas.
Those wishing to register for the
fall term of dance will have an op-
portunity to do so following the
recital.
-----K ---

CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Investments With
Giant Retrn


St. Joseph Catholic Church to Conclude
School of Religion With Address Sunday
St. Joseph's Catholic Church the School of Religions has arran-
School of Religion will conclude ged for them to 'be addressed by
its schedule with a PTA meeting Doctor Charles Herlihy, M. D.
Sunday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Herlihy is a 'graduate of Har-
vard, and of Tufts School of Medi-
As a special honor to all parents, cine, Boston, Mass. He served in
u .S a the U. iS. Navy for 12 years, includ-
S- i ,. -' ing internship, specialized in psy-
chiatry while in the Navy at Bethes-
da, Md., is a member of the Ameri-
can Psychiatric Association, the
American Medical Association and
the Alabama Medical Association.
Dr. Herlihy is presently the di-
rector of out-patient clinic, Psychia-
try at the University of Alabama
Medical School, Birmingham.
He is a recipient of the St. Plus
4Award for outstanding Catholic lay
work.
The public is cordially invited to
attend this meeting.

School Lunch
f.k a Room Menu
Monday, May 21
Sg Beef and vegetables, tomato and


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962


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Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lowery of as library assistant and assistant
Houston, Mississippi announce social advisor in Callaway dor-
'the engagement of their daugh- mitory at MSCW.
ter, Helen, to Paul Edwin Ram- Mr. Ramsey graduated from
sey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Georgia Military Academy at Col-
Dell Ramsey of this city. lege Park, Georgia and received
The bride-elect received her his bachelor of science degree
,bachelor of arts degree from from Florida Staite Uiniversity.
Mississippi State College for He is employed as a claim inves-
Women. While a student at tigator for the Safeco Insurance
MSCW, Miss Lowery was a mem- Company in Atlanta, Georgia.
her of Alpha Beta Alpha, Pi Tau The wedding will be solemnized
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lettuce salad, apple sauce, cinna-
mon rolls, 'white bread and butter.
Tuesday, May 21
Barbecue bologna, buttered spin-
ach, carrot and cabbage salad, hot
biscuit, sliced peaches and milk.
Wednesday, May 22
Sauerkraut and franks, snap
beans, sliced oomatoes, potato
sticks, apple pie, white bread and
.milk.
Thursday, May 23
Stew beef and brown gravy, Eng-
lish peas, cabbage carrot .and raisin
salad, rice, coconut cookies, white
bread, butter and milk.
Friday, May 24
Navy beans, mustard greens, stuf-
fed celery, potato sticks, corn bread
butoer, fruit jello.

High School PTA
Meets May 24
The regular monthly meeting of
the High School PTA will be held
on Thursday, May 24, at 8:00 p.m.


in the High School Auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N'ance, pro.
gram chairmen have arranged to
have Briggs Scisson present the
program for the evening. Mr. Scis
son will demonstrate the course in
speed reading which is being in-
troduced in the local schools this
summer. There is a possibility that
this course will 'be offered to adults
aso.
Business planned for the evening
will include ithe 'annual election of
officers. Everyone is urged to come
and help the new PTA officers for
next year. This is your PTA. Come
and offer your ideas and help make
the decisions.
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Dr. Morley Praises Gulf County Students

For Intellegance and Manners


By DR. RICHARD MORLEY
Pres. Gulf Coast Jr. College
I haye just had the opportunity
to address a group of young men
and women who impressed me
greatly. The group was composed
of high school seniors from Port
St. Joe and Wewahitcha High
Schools, and they were visiting
Gulf Coast Junior College last
week in connection with our
annual 'Gulf County Senior Day'.
I am sure that all of you in Gulf
County -are aware of the fact that
your youngsters are outstanding
representatives of your area, but
I would like you to know that they
impress others as well.
Our faculty and students leaders
who served on the welcoming
committee today were highly com-
plimentary after the Gulf County
seniors left the campus. Their
manners, bearing, end court esy
impressed all who met them today.
This also applies to the many fine
students who have been enrolled at


Gulf Coast.
We were so impressed, in fact,I
that serv.eral staff -members asked
me about the possibility of enrol-'
ling more Gulf County students at
Gulf Coast Junior College next'
year.. We have several enrolled!
now, but we feel that more
Gulf County students would add
much to our campus.
In conversation wi'h the visiting I
students and those that have been
enrolled, )almost to a student,
this is the expression heard 'We
want to attend Gulf Coast, but we
just can't afford the cost of a car
and gasoline to drive back and
forth."
This is certainly a valid com-
plaint-but it is this very obstacle-
that is.-depriving many worthwhile
Gulf County youth from having the
chance to go to college.
Of the 24 established junior col-
leges in the state, outlying counties
adjacent to the county where the
junior college is located, provide


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Church here May 27.


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Mr. Maxwell, h ill graduate to its educational plant which was
as faster f the Holmes Creek done during Maxwell's ministry
Baptist Church. there.
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You May Be
Losing SS Benefits
Many individuals age 62 may be
losing Social Security benefits, ac-
cording to John V. Carey, District
Manager of the Panama City Social
Security Office. First of all, wi-
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Any man or woman entitled to a
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should file 'their claims without de-
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAmSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the rostoffice, Port St. Jee,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962


Volunteer Adult Help Is Sadly

Lacking At The Youth Center

Rev. Harry Babbit is slightly perturbed ... and right-
fully so. Maybe concerned would be a better word than "per-
turbed".
Rev. Harry is the volunteer head of the Stac House op-
eration in Port St. Joe, and doing a creditable job, despite
his many handicaps. The largest of these handicaps, and
the cause of his consternation, is the lack of adult coop-
-eration as chaperones and supervisors at the weekly ses-
sions at the youth gatherings.
It seems that we recall the adults of Port St. Joe were
very desirous of getting the Stac house built so that they
could give their children supervised night-time recreation.
But now the house is built and the children are figuritively
left standing on the floor by themselves.
But Babbit, using his uncommonly good wisdom, refuses
to open the youth center on nights when no adults show up
to help supervise. We don't see how Babbit can do anything
else. We certainly don't advocate that he be charged with the
complete responsibilities of taking care of the center. It is
commendable that he and his staff have given as much of
their time a.c they have for all the children of Port St. Joe
and. they deserve some help and the interest of the parents
)f Port St. Joe.



Let's Give Our Attention To

Keeping Our "Bird In The Hand"

In reading articles sent to The Star by the Vitro Services
we see where men are 'regularly being laid off on the Gulf
Coast Missile Test Range of which the Cape San Blas instal-
lation is a part. This lay-off hasn't affected the Port St. Joe
installation much as yet due to resignations and transfers.
But, according to the trend publicized in these articles, the
local station will suffer some releases before long.
This installation is an. important factor in the economy
of Port St. Joe and it is the opinion of this newspaper that
steps should be taken to preserve this source of income and
keep the Vitro people here. They have made good citizens.
It would seem prudent that the Chamber of Commerce
and the City and County Commissions should contact Con-
gressman Bob Sikes to see if something couldn't be done to
channel more missile work down the Gulf Test Range. The
facility is there available and the work is available in the
United States. And, we believe, with a little effort, the two
items could be brought together to keep this facility operat-
ing at full capacity.
What is the old proverb? "A bird in hand is worth two
in the bush"? A little effort on our existing industries is
just as important as endeavors toward bringing in more in-
dustry.



Needed Lesson

(From the Panama City News-Herald)
Much as we hate to admit it, Harry H. Saunders of Port
St. Joe is right about Panama City and Bay County.
Speaking at the local Chamber of Commerce's First Fri-
day Club, Mr. Saunders pointed out the almost complete
apathy here toward efforts to obtain a cross-state canal for
Florida and otherwise improve and expand waterways sys-
tems.
Mr. Saunders speaks with authority. He is director of
the Canal Authority of Florida, a director for District 6 -
the Florida Waterways Committee and chairman of the In-
dustrial Development Committee for the Port St. Joe Cham-
ber of Commerce.
He pulled no punches here when he pointed out that this
community has no representation upon the Florida Water-
ways Committee and never bothers to send anyone to con-
ventions of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress, per-
haps the most influential national organization in the pro-
motion of waterways.
Furthermore, we agree thoroughly with Mr. Saunders in
his statement that Panama City stands to benefit hugely
from a cross-state canal and potential traffic along the Gulf
and Atlantic Intra-Coastal Waterways. Yet, no local support
has been given movements of tremendous import.
So, thank you, Mr. Saunders, for administering a much
needed lesson. It hurts a little, but maybe in the future we
can get stirring and lend a hand in developments that could
mean so much to Panama City and Bay County, Port St. Joe
and Gulf County, and the entire Gulf Coast.


Saunders Blasts Panama City Apathy In

Barge Canal Project; Asks Cooperation

(From the Panama City some recognition or publicity in th
News-Herald) waterway picture and Panama Cii
was ignored," he said. "It was pc
A Port St. Joe official 'address- as ignored," he said. "It was p
ing the First Friday Club here to- sibly an oversight, but let me gi
day (Miay 4, reminded Panama Ci you some of the reasons why
tians that with the benefits this may have 'occurred.
-- "The National Rivers and Ha
city would receive from a Cross-
Florida Barge Canal, "you boys are bors Congress is holding its 49
the ones who should be whooping Annual Convention in Washingtc
and hollering and not someone May 16-19. This is a most influe
from Port St. Joe." tial organization insofar as watt
Harry H. 'Saunders, director of ways, harbors, etc. are concern
the Canal Authority of Florida, di- Your congressman and ,one of yot
rector, district six, Florida Water- senators are officers in this orga
ways Committee an chairman of ization land have been *for years
the Industrial Development Corn- "Unless you do different than yc
mittee, Port St. Joe Chamber of have in the past, it is very doul
Commerce, asked Panama City to
"get 'behind .this project and help Eq'f Be Back f
push.
"Th eCross-Florida Barge 'Cana]
will mean wonderful things for Going for
Panama City," Saunders said. "Your S S
industries, which for years ,have
been without coastwise shipping,
will benefit greatly when they -can
ship 'by inland water to Baltimore, I
Philadelphia, New York, and other .. .
.points on' the Eastern Seaboard.
They 'will also benefit by being ab-
le to move products *by water to n
the eastern markets of Florida-
Jacksonville, Canaveral, Fort Lau-
derdale 'and Miami. "
"When the Cross-Florida Barge
Canal is completed, you will' find
that the number of pleasure crafts
using the Gulf Intracoastal Water-
way will equal or surpass 'the num-
ber using the Atlantic Intracoastal,
and that traffic is tremendous and
increasing each year. You will have
,a steady stream of pleasure crafts
moving before your front door. '
"With your wonderful marinas,
your 'beautiful beaches and other
attractions, it is only natural' that
most of hese crafts will spend some
time inr Panama City." The speak-
.er pointed out that this city occu-
pies the most prominent location
on the waterway "main street".
He noted that Panama City has "
"one of the pretties and most at-
tractive front doors" of the water-
ways to be found anywhere on their
entire 29,000 miles.
"You have possibly wondered
why at times Port St. Joe received


ful that Panama City will be rep-
resented at this meeting.
"Wih only two or three excep-
tions, Port St. Joe has, since 1940,
had one *or more representatives
attending the annual meetings of
he the congress. How many times has
ty Panama City been represented?" he
0s- asked.
ve "Ever since the inception of the
it Florida Waterways Association,
Port 'St. Joe has maintained mem-
ar- bership and active representation
th in the association. I am sorry that
on I cannot say the same for Panama
n- City.
or- "For the past several years we
d. have had representatives attending
ur the House and Senate Appropria-
an- tion Committee Hearings in sup-
s. port of the canal. Have you had any
ou representation there?
bt- "We have ,also had representa-


or the Next Round-

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tives attending hearings before the
Burau of the Budget in support of
the Cross-Florida Barge Canal.
Were you represented?"
Saunders asked for the full sup-
port of this city to push the pro-
ject.
He asked the citizens (to write
Congressman Bob Sikes, Senator
Spessard Holland and Senator
George Smathers seeking their con-
tinued support of the canal.
Saunders asked that a copy of
suih letters be sent to -him at Port
.St. Joe.


Bowling League

To Elect Officers

Bowlers, don't -forget Friday
night, May 25, 8:00 p.m. The an-
nual election meeting 'of the Port
St. Joe bowling association will be
hel dat the Highland View Elemen-
tary School. Please attend for an
even 'better bowling year.

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To the Citizens of Gulf County:
I would like to thank all the good people of Gulf
County for the kindness you showed me as I went into
your homes during my campaign.
Even though I was defeated in the election, I won
many friends over the county. And for this I am very
thankful.

EDWARD 'Smitty" SMITH



HOWDY FOLKS!

Fellow Citizens of Gulf County
Words cannot express how grateful I am to all
of you for your consideration, votes and support dur-
ing my recent political campaign.
I offer my congratulations to Mr. Graham upon
his victory, and trust that he will make a record that
all the people of Gulf County will be proud of.
The many, many new friends that I have acquired
as a result of this venture are valued highly.
Many thanks to all of you.
Sincerely,

JOHN M. WHITE



To The Voters of Gulf County:
I wish to take this opportunity to thank those
who voter for, and supported me, during the first
primary Democratic election. Although I did not
win, I pledge, still, to do everything in my power to
make Gulf County First in the state. I would like
to urge each of you to be sure and cast your vote
during the second primary election on May 29.

J. B. STAFFORD





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THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962

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fun 'activities seven days a' week.
Play hours will be from 1 p.m. to
11 p.m. daily and Sunday till school
is out. Then longer play 'hours will
be in effect.
Free 'attendance prizes will be
given away 'during the three gala
opening days. Everyone coming to
Jolly Golf will receive free tickets
and drawings will be held Friday
at 8:30 .p.m., 'Saturday at 8:30 p.m.
and Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Just come
and ,get your free tickets.
Free bubble gum will be given
to all children and special free grab
bag attendance prizes will be
awarded ito children twice daily at
3:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. There is no
cost or oligation to share in the at-
tendance awards, so come and get
your free tickets for the attendance
prizes.
Churches, schools, clubs and or-
ganization's can avail themselves
of special 'advance golf play rates
'or fund raising events and pro-
grams. Private groups, birthday
parties, etc., can also obtain special
group play rates. Phone or contact
Jolly Golf Fun 'Center, Highway 98,
Mexico Beach for information 'on
special rates for your group.


Taylor Completes

Marine Training
PARRIS ISLAND, S.C. (FHTNC)
-Pvt. Elbert L. Taylor, USM.C,
son of Mr. and Mrs. !Sylvester J.
Taylor of 1616 Long Avenue, Port
St. Joe, completed recruit training,
April 24, at the Marine Corps Re-
cruit Depot, Parris Island, iS. 0.
The training includes drill, bayo-
net training, physical conditioning,
parades and ceremonies and other
military subjects.
Three weeks are devoted to the
rifle range, where recruits fire the
M-14 rifle and receive instruction
in other basic marine infantry wea-
pons.
The new marines will next re-
port to 'Camp Lejeune, N. C., for
combat infantry training.
Before entering .the service in
February 1962, Taylor was graduat-
ed from Brevard Junior College at
Brevard, N. C.



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Change In Sc' dule Of Mobile X-Ray

Unit Visit To Gulf County Noted


Bill Winters, Chairman of the
Gulf .County TB and Heal:h com-
mittee, announces a change in the
X-Ray mobile unit schedule pub-
lished in The Star last week.
The change was made for the
convenience of St. Joe Paper Com-
pany employees who were previous-
ly scheduled on, Memorial Day.
The X-Ray Mobile Unit will tour
Gulf County according to the fol-
lowing schedule, beginning Tues-
day, May 29:
Highland View, Port Office, Tues-
day, May 29, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
St. Joe Quarters, Chitty's Store,
Tuesday, May 29, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Overstreet, Post Office, Wednes-
day, May 30, 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
St. Joe Beach, St. Joe Beach Gro.,
Wednesday, May 30, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Oak Grove, Community Grocery,
Thursday, May 31, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Beacon Hill, Scheffer's, Thurs-
day, May 31, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Port St. Joe, Smith's Pharmacy,
Friday, June 1, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Port St. Joe, Smith's Pharmacy,
Friday, June 1, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Port St. Joe, Smith's Pharmacy,
Saturday, June 2, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Port St. Joe, Smith's Pharmacy,
Saturday, June 2, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Indian Pass, McNeill's Store,
Tuesday, June .5, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
White City, near Stebel Home,
Tuesday, June 5, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.


You A e Cardially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church


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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
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St. Joe Quarters, Chitty's, Tues-
day, June 5, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
,St. Joe Paper Co., Wednesday,
June 6, 6 a.m. to 9 a.m.
St. Joe Paper Company, Wednes-
Oday, June 6, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
St. Joe Paper Company, Thurs-
day, June 7, 6 a.m. to 8 a.m.
Highland View, Post Office,
Thursday, June 7, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Kenney's Mill, Thursday, June
7, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Wewahitchka, Britt's Cafe, Fri-
day, June 8, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Wewahitchka, Creamer's Store,
Friday, June 8, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Wewahitchka, Britt's Cafe, Sat
urday, June 9, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Wewahitchka, Britt's Cafe, Sat-
urday, Jun-e 9, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The TB and Health Association
urges all residents of Gulf County
18 years o fage and above to get
a free chest X-ray.
Are you free from tuberculosis,
cancer of the lungs, and enlarged
heart? Hundreds of thousands of
Americans have such chest disor-
ders and don't know it. You or one
of your family could be in this
group. Do you know-for sure?
You can check for TB, lung can
cer and enlarged heart quickly with
a chest X-ray. These disorders-if
you have one of them-can be found
by X-ray before you notice any
symptoms. You can be treated
most successfully by finding the
,disorder early. All three can be kil-
lers.
In addition, TB is contagious.
Early 'treatment will 'help keep you
from passing the TB germs on to
your family and friends.
The Gulf County TB and Health
Committee wishes to thank 'all per-
sons from various sections of the
county who are assisting with the
program. Without this assistance
a usccessful program would not be
possible.
-K

LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR

Mr. Wesley R. Ramsey
Editor, The Star
Port iSt. Joe, Florida
Dear Wesley:
Please 'accept my personal con-
gratulations -for doing such a fine
job of coordinating efforts for Op-
.rE.tion Registration in your coun-
ty. The job done there contributed
greatly to the state-wide success of
the -drive.
Registrations this year in Florida
increased ,at'a record-breaking pace.
There was an increase of almost
100,000 above the normal primary
election increases. This means thal
100,000 people had an opportunity
to vote that would have been de-
nied this change if the young men
of Florida had not assumed 'this


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THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962


That holiday- pie favorite, mincemeat, assumes a new role as
filling for these easy bar cookies. Orange-sparked cookie-cake
layers enclose spicy mincemeat filling for interesting flavor
contrast.
The dough for these cookies will be rather thin and quite
sticky, not unlike butter frosting. Spreading the dough will be
easier if you drop it by spoonfuls around the pan and then smooth
very gently with a spatula or back of a spoon. During baking,
the dough will spread evenly.
The big reason why these cookies go together quickly is the
self-rising flour used in the dough. Baking powder and salt
are already mixed into self-rising flour to save you extra sifting
and measuring steps. And, because Mincemeat S~uares are made
-with enriched self-rising flour with its added measure of cal-
cium, -iron and three B vitamins, they are as wholesome as they
are delicious.
Serve chewy-good Mincemeat Squares with tall glasses of
milk for after-school snacks. Or, since these moist cookies both
pack and keep well, slip a few into lunch boxes for a nutritious
dessert. Returning college students will be pleasantly -surprised
to discover the box of cookies you've tucked into their suitcases,
MINCEMEAT SQUARES
3/4 cup sugar 1 tablespoon grated orange
1/2 cup melted shortening rind
2 eggs 2 Cups sifted enriched self-'
V/2 teaspoon orange extract rising flour
/ cup prepared mincemeat
Combine sugar and shortening. Beat in eggs until mixture is
smooth. Stir in orange extract and orange rind. Gradually add
flour, stirring until well-blended. Place half the dough in a
well-greased 9-inch square pan. Spread dough with mincemeat
and cover with remaining dough. Bake in moderate oven (375F.)
about 30 minutes. When cool, cut into 1/-inch squares. Makes
about 2%/ dozen squares.


Tyndall Slates

Jet Flyover

Armed Forces Day

A flyover of jet aircraft from
Tyndall AFB will cross 11 area
communities on Armed Forces Day
as part of the annual observance
planned by Tyndall officials.
The formation of 16 aircraft will
include flights of four F-106 Delta
Darts, four F-102 Delta Daggers,

most important responsibility.
I strongly feel that this and simi-
lar efforts in! the -future will have a
.profound effect on Florida govern-
ment.
With *warm personal regards, I
remain
Sincerely,
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State


four F-101 Voodoos and four T-33
trainers.
The 'aircraft will go over Panama
City at 9:00 a.m. at the start of the
annual parade. From Panama City
the jets. will make the following
schedule:
Lynn Haven -at 9:16, Chipley at
9:1.0, Graceville at 9:20, Marianna
at 9:16, Bainbridge at 9:22, Quincy
at 9:26, Tallahassee at 9:29, Apa-
lachicola 9:40, Port st. Joe at 9:43
and back at Tyndall at 9:47.
The flight of four F-106's will
join the formation at Marianna and
will make a :special flight over Al-
bany, Ga., at 9:29 a.m. and then will
return to Tyndall.


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


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Softball Results and Batting Averages

Listed By League Reporter Jimmy Costin

We're sorry we were, unable to -Big sticks in ohe game were Daryl
give you the results of last week's Strickland, Waring Murdock, Deo-
games due oo the fact our star re- :nes Aplin and Tom Pridgeon each
porter Harry Tison fell asleep on' getting two hits each for the bank
the job,. (I didn't say that, Harry-. teaf. Billy 'Barlow, Basil McKnight
Wes). But, we do have this past. and Ashley Costin also had two
Monday night's action to report and hits each for the Lions.
they are as follow: I
The first game saw the mighty The second game saw the "Big
Lions Club squeeze past the Wewa .Red" 'from Vitro roll over the Flor-


Bank by. a score of 9 to 7. Theo
Johnson anI Yank Zimmerman
were on the mound for the losers,
allowing 13 hits and Deomes Aplin
did the catching. Tom (Whitey)
Ford was the winner for the Lions,


ida National Bank team at the tune
of 8 to 3. Burgin was on the mound
for the winners allowing 7 hits and
Lane was behind the plate. Potts
and Ellzie Williams did the pitch-
ing for. the losers behind .11CMF


with Bob Nedley behind the plate. ing for the losers allowing 11 hits.


and Ed Creamer was behind the
plate. Big guns in. this game for
Elorida National Bank were Gene
Raffield with two hits, one being
a tremendous home run and Little
who went 3 for 3. Vitro had Jake
Koller and Randy McClain each
getting two hits for the winners.
.:. .:*
Official League Batting Averages
(Based on a minimum of 20
at bats)


Player g ab
Norton, Lions ....... 7 29
Brown, Wewa Bank 9 23
Costin, J., Lions ... 8 29
Koller, Vitro ........----- 9 29
McKnight, Lions .-- 8 30
Creamer, Fla. Bank 7 31
Aplin, Wewa Bank 9 26
Barlow, Lions ...--.. 8 26
Turmer. Fla. Bank 7 22


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G LA OPENING


1962 SEASON _ON
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Ball, Baseball, Guns, Pinballs, sic on our 100 selection juke a special treat to the children-
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ORGANiZATIONS
Raise CASH FUNDS for your special pro-
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Write, Phone or See
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PICNICS CELEBRATIONS
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Bring your group to JOLLY GOLF for all
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Enjoy safe, clean, pleasant fun at -


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Whether there's a birthday in
your household or not, February
Is anniversary time. Why not
celebrate Lincoln's and Washing-
ton's birthdays by surprising your
family with something just a little
special for these days. A can of
,ondensed tomato soup is the
handy food to help with the prep-
aration of tempting and elegant
dishes.
Serve Pepper Steak Royal at
your birthday meal ... a delicious
skillet dish featuring round steak,
lemon slices, sliced onion, green
pepper strips, and the. secret of
your success a tasty sauce
made with canned condensed to-
mato soup. Serve along with fresh
hot rolls and a crisp green salad
tossed with your favorite dressing.
Pepper Steak Royal
'% cup flour
% teaspoon salt
Dash pepper
1% pounds round steal (about
%" thick)
2 tablespoons shortening
1 can (10% ounces) condensed
tomato soup
% cup water
1 large green pepper cut Into
8 sticks
1 medium onion, sliced
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tablespoon lemon Juice
4 thin, slices lemon


Potts, Fla. Bank -- 8 20
Evans, Fla. Bank 8 28
Lane, Vitro --..----- 7 20
Tew, Vitro --...-----.. 7 23
Harper, Vitro ...--. 7 21
Pendergraft, Vitro 9 32
Murdock, Wewa B. 9 29
Jackson, Fla. Bank 8 26
Strickland, Wewa 9 30


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A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
ALL ABOUT
GASTRIC ULCERS
About one in every ten per-
sons will suffer from a "sto-
mach" ulcer at some time during
his life. Ulcers occur mainly in
the 30 to 60 age group and four
times as many men are victims
as women.
An ulcer is a hole in the pro-
tective lining of the stomach or
upper intestine. Through this
hole, the acid and digestive juice
made in the stomach erode the
tender underlying tissue.
All patients with gastric ulcer
are not operated upon. After a
certain amount of observation it
can usually be determined
whether the ulcer is malignant
or benign. Because a high per-
centage of ulcers of the stomach
itself prove to be malignant, it
is therefore important to decide
whether a gastric ulcer is def-
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Most patients with gastric
ulcer are hospitalized for a trial
by way of medical treatment.
If the ulcer fails to heal, if it
recurs, or there is blood present
in the stool, surgical treatment
usually is indicated.
The danger of a benign ulcer
is that it will continue to grow
until it perforates the walls of
the stomach or duodenum and
causes peritonitis, or that serious
hemorrhage may result from it.
An ulcer is a combination of
the stomach glands producing
acid and protein-digesting pep-
sin in too great an amount, and
a condition of diminished vitality
in a patch cf the stomach or in-
testine v whihcih has hecom2
weakened '', i some cause.
It is heL tlhi't both these
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Combine flour, salt, and pepper.
Pound into steak with meat ham-
mer or edge of heavy saucer. In
large skillet, brown steak on both
sides in shortening. Add remain-
ing ingredients. Cover. Cook over
low heat about 45 minutes or
until steak is tender; stir often.
Makes 4 to 6 servings.
Who ever heard of a birthday.
menu without a cake! Here's one
to top them all. It's made with
tomato soup. A national favorite,
this cake is especially good with
a glazed sugar frosting.
Surprise Fruit Cake
1 package (about 1 pound
3 ounces) spice cake mix
1 can (10 ounces) condensed
tomato soup
!I cup water
1 cup chopped nuts
1 cup chopped candied fruit
Grease and flour a 9-inch tube
pan. Mix cake as directed on pack-
age, substituting soup and water
for liquid. (Add? eggs if called
for.)- After mixing, fold in nuts
and chopped candied fruit; pour
into pan. Bake as directed on
package, increasing baking time
for cakes baked at 375F.to about
1 hour, and for .cakes baked at
350*F. to about 1% hours. Let
stand in pan 10 minutes; remove
and cool on rack.


Williams, C., Lions 7 20 5 6 .300
LEAGUE STANDINGS
(Games thru May 14)
Team W L
Lions Club 7 2
Fla. National Bank ....---- 5 4
Vitro 3 6
Wewa Bank 3 6 -


Intramural Board


Gives Babe Ruth

Awards This Week

The Senior Intramural Board of
Port 'St. Joe High School held its
annual Babe Ruth Sportsmanship
Award program yesterday at a
school assembly program. The win-
ners of this award were Mildred
Tillman and David Nance.
These outstanding students have
exemplified the highest standards
of sportsmanship in all aspects of
their school and community ende..-
vors. They were nominated along
with Larry Davis, Fred Joines, Jim
Goodman, Brenda Ward, Dianne
Haunon and Katrina Farris by the
faculty. The students of the Senior
High School voted them this signal
honor.
The program included a speech
on Babe Ruth's life and accomplish-
ments by Mary Carolyn Lyons.
Carl Zimmerman gave an explana-
tion of the origin and significance
of the program, made 'possible by
the 'estate of the late Babe Ruth.
The Reverend Harry Babbit of
the St. James Episcopal Church
made an interesting and challeng-
ing speech on the meaning of
sportsmanship.
'Coach Marion Craig introduced
the nominees and announced the
winners.
Chesley Fensom, president of the
Intramural Board, was master of
ceremonies. The following students
served on the 'board this year: Carl
Zimmerman, Tommy Sisk, Buddy
Smith, Linda Lester, Rosa Lee
Keel, Loyce Asbelle, Billy Versiga,
Robin Brown, Melba Watts, Jimmy
Gainnie, Sonny Ward, David Young,
Mary Carolyn Lyons, Ken. Evans
and Jimmy Goodman.


Rotary Club

Hears Saunders

Harry H. Saunders spoke to the
Port St. Joe Rotary Club Thursday
of work currently in progress to
improve the canal system of the
State of Florida. Saunders was pri-
marily interested in the Cross-State
I Barge Canal, planned to connect
the Gulf of Mexico with the At-
lantic Ocean from Yankeetown


THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1696


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,across the peninsula to Jackson,
ville.
Saunders said the cross-state ca-
nal was needed to aid the 'State
commercially and to aid the na-
tion in time of war and peace. He
pointed out that such 'a route was
needed to provide safe passage for
missiles on the 'way to Canavaral
without having to subject the deli-
cate machines to the rigors of
"outside" travel. He pointed out
that even in peace-time, all the ov-
e r 1 and transportation facilities
available cannot supply half of the
fuel oil needed by the Atlantic Sea-
board.. This points out a need for
safe, dependable barge transport
for this product alone.
Saunders told the group that 'the
Florida Waterways Commission
as a working group, was formed in
1958 when it was incorporated as
a non-profit organization. Since the
inception of the group, Port -St. Joe
has been represented on the com-


mittee by 'a member.
Just last year, the Florida Canal
Authority was formed with the sole
purpose of securing ,engineering and
rights of way for state canal pro-
jects to present to the U. S. Army
Engineers.
Saunders asserted to the Rotary
members that the Cross-Florida
Barge Canal was the key to the in-
tegration of Florida's waterways
system into a vital link in our na-
tion's commerce.
Guests of the club were A. C.
Murphy of Thomasville, Ga., and
W. P. Shannon of Port St. Joe.


To the Voters of Gulf County:


I would like to express my deepest thanks to you
the voters of Gulf County for your wonderful vote
and support you gave me in the first primary election
for County Commissioner of District 3.
I earnestly solicit your continued support and to
the voters who could not support me in the first pri-
mary for various reasons, I solicit your vote and sup-
port in the second primary.

S. C. PLAYER





CC. PLAYER
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 3

PROGRESS with ECONOMY
Your Vote and Support Will
Be Appreciated
Second Primary Election-May 29


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PHONE BALL 7-4261
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Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
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You ain't never seen no sich a passel o busted
bargain riot speshuls in yore sweet life Now,
crank yersef up in jet style and git to Boyleses fer
one uv the biggest thrills in buyin yuve ever had. All
eddicated folks and school teechurs will plum fergit
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Words to Live by



HOPE

is a word to live by

HOPE is something within us that makes us strive
and reach for something higher.
There may be failure, but there is always hope to
start again, with hope directing our way.
HOPE longs for a desired goal.
HOPE keeps us with a song in our heart.
HOPE is like a shot in the arm; it brings new
thoughts or desires to build on.
HOPE is a booster for the discouraged.
HOPE is a steppingstone to the depressed and nee--
dy; it renews their will to find a brighter day.
HOPE is confidence and expectation.
HOPE is a guide to good cheer and happiness.
HOPE is a comfort when fear assails us.
HOPE brings light into darkness,
HOPE is-truly a word to live by.

We were much impressed by this essay and it is
most significant in view of the fact it was written by
blind members of a writing class.
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SSay You Saw It In The Stc -4


To The Voters and Tax Payers

of M County ...
My sincere appreciation for your tremendous vote
and support in my behalf on May 8.
I hope I am worthy. of your great trust to this
important post.
I will endeavor to do as well for you as you did for
me.

WALTER GRAHAM




Tho Yn People of Gulf County
It is a good feeling to be re-elected your School
Board member from District 1. Your confidence and
trust are tools that will help me serve your interest
during the coming term.
To my opponent, I have nothing but respect and
admiration for the campaign he conducted and for go-
ing out of his way to come by the Court House and offer
his congratulations to me. Thank you all again.

WILLIAM ROEMER


Many Thanks for Your

Vote and Support
I wish to take this opportunity to express my
thanks and appreciation to the many who supported me
in my campaign for election to the Board of County
Commissioners. Your large vote of confidence is great-
ly appreciated even though I was not successful.
May I also offer my sincerest congratulations to
my successful opponents. May the best man win in the
Second Primary.

'ROBERT L. DANIELS


VOTE FOR and ELECT

JAMES C. HORTON
COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 3
I would like to take this opportunity to
thank the fine people of Gulf County for your sup-
port and vote.
To those who supported other candidates,
I ask you sincerely for your vote and support dur-
ing the second primary, May 29, 1962.
THANK YOU,

JAMES C. HORTON


YOU l FIND IT IN HE





Phone 229-2591, 1907 Juniper A. 3t


Thank yH for


YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT

IN THE FIRST PRIMARY


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 SALS: 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 2.,7-7331. 3tp
FOR SALE ,
Two bedroom, house in good con-
dition on McClellan Avenue. Can
s1ll for total cost of only $6,937.91.
Pay $1,200 down and assume FHA
mortgage for balance.
Large two bedroom masonry
house with oak floors 'and floor fur
naca in very good condition. Buy
owner's equity for $1,000 and as-
sume existing mortgage.
Three bedroom house with
breezeway, garage -and oak floo-'s.
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 housa 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: 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: Kenmore electric
range, 36 inch. Excellent condi-
tion, $100.00. Baby car bed, $5.00.


Wanted!


LAWN MOWER

Will buy good used hand lawn
mower. See M. MISSLER, Jol-
ly Golf Fun Center, Hiway 98,
Mexico Beach.


FOR SALE
14-ft. Winner 1961 model fib-
re glass boat with back to
back seats ideal for trolling,
fresh water fishing, skiing or
family boating. Celophane
wrapping still on seat cush-
ions and seat backs.
40 hp. Evinrude 1961 model
elec. starter motor.
1 complete set of motor con-
trols and control connectors.
1 heavy duty marine out-
board battery.
1 battery case.
1 6-gal. pressure tank with
hose to motor.
1 compass.
1 speedometer
1 Ee-zy boat trailer (needs
painting).
All in excellent condition.
Will accept small payment for
equity and let you assume pay-
ments of $50.48 month. May be
seen at 613 Garrison Avenue2
or call Jesse Stone at 227-2291.


r3R iENT: House trailer, com-
pletely furnished. Located at
White City. Phone 229-1145 or in-
quire at Rich's Super Mkt. tfc-2-25
FOR RENT: One bedroom house,
furnished. One two ,bedroom du-
plex unfurnished. 2-bedroom beach
cottage. Smith's Pharmacy. Phone
227-5111.
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom
furnished first floor apartment.
12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481
or 227-4261. fc-4-5
FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak
Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom .frame house
at White City. Large lot. See Da-
vid Rich or call 229-1145.
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-
bedroom house. Fenced back yard
on Garrison Ave. hone 227-8536 af-
ter 6:00 p.m. tfc-5-3
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 3
room apt. Heat and water fur-
fnished, 'attic fan, all private, suit-
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
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Third St., at Highland View. back
of Holland Store. Phone 227-3911,
Mrs. W. C. Goodson. litp
FOR LEASE: Modern two bedroom
furnished cottage, Beacon Hill
facing water, $75.00 per month pay-
able in advance; renter pays all
utilities. Lease to run at least 6
months or until May 15, 1963. Phone
Mrs. Baltzell HU 2-3449 or HU 2-
3386, CST, after 6, Marianna, 5tp


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


ElIzey Honored

By Area Jaycees

For Activities

R. H. (Bob) Ellzey has received
the Jaycees District Outstanding
Local President award. The presen-
tation was made last week at a
caucus in Tallahassee.
The award was presented to Ell-


FOR SALE: Two lots on corner at
St. Joe Beach. Forming 150' front-
age on each street. Phone 227-469,6.
WANTED: 2 white and 2 colored
sales ladies. Car necessary. Write
"Sales Ladies", 808 N. Bronough
St., Tallahassee, Fla., for inter-
view. 2tp
PLANNING ,A VACATION? Start
earning for that trip immediate-
ly. We train you to become an
Avon Representative. Write Avon
Box 3101 MSS, Tallahassee, Fla.
WANTED TO RENT: High quality
unfurnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home in Port 'St. Joe or on the
Beach by family with 2 boys in col-
lege and youngest a Junior in High
School. Will pay better than aver-
age rent. Call 227-2441 or 648-3371.
HELP ME find this person. Two
outstanding persons in Port St.
Joe with good character, experience
in church and school work. Leader
in .their community, and willing to
work. $125.00 'per week guaranteed
if qualified 'and accepted. Our com-
pany has best profit sharing -pro-
gram, insurance protection 'and 0so-
cial security coverage. A leader in
its field. For complete information
without obligation write, Robert E.
Mitchell, 2020 Galt Road, Pensacola
Florida. Itp
WANTED TO BUY-Old AmericaLn
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 lighting program where mercury va-
MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe- por lighted system was installed in
their planning to move across Port St. Joe; toys for tots at
town or across the nation, you may Christmas time; Christmas .parade
be sure that your most priceless participation; 20 per cent increase
belongings are in experienced and
capable hands. We represent May- in voter registration in Gulf Coun-
flower, nationwide movers. Call us ty; establishment of election return
for f r e e estimates. SURPLUS board; publicity for Congressman
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument Bob Sikes Day and the Teenage Bi-
Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18 B ie D promoting bicycle
cycle Rodeo for promoting bicycle
FOR SALE: Lot at Mexico Beach. safety.
Reasonable. Write P. 0. Box 175, Clubs represented at the caucus.
Tallahassea, Florida. 4t-4-19 were: DeFuniak Springs, Fort Wal-:
R. A. M.-Regular convocation ot ton Beach, Panama City, Marianna,;
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. Niceville Valparaiso, Washington'
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit; County, Chattahoochee, Crestview
ing companion's welcome. County, Chattahoochee, Crestview
Everett McFarland, High Priest and Quincy.
Edgar Smith, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular corm- Mr d f
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge M rs. H. Prldgeon
No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and (Continued From Page 1)
third Thursday at8:00 p.m. of Wewahitchka; one sister, Mrs.
Doris Lister of Wewahitchka 'and
Sf W M our grandchildren.
ROY K. BLACKSHR R, Se Funeral services were held Mon-
All Master Masons cordially invited day afternoon at 2:00 p.m.': from
the Methodist Church of Wewa-
L EPT d TANKS 7 hitehka with the Rev. Coyt Jordan
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for' '
trick expert service. tto officiating.
Interment was in the family plot
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. In Jehu Cemetery.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth Comforter Funeral Home was in
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American charge of arrangements.
Legion Hall. AlI members urged to ____
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: C. Martin. Coast Guard Plans
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116 r AEC ,u s
TW E- AMERIOAN L -ION, Meet- For 'Open House'
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home. The United States Coast Guard
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet Loran Transmitting Station, lo-
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m. cated at Cape San Bias will hold
at Parish House, 309/ 6th St. Port an Open House on Armed For-
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for ces Day, May 19 and 20.
further information or write P. The public is invited to attend
Box 535. t a tour of the station between the
-4---- hours of 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
NOTICE -
I, Ronald G. Snodgrass will not
be responsible for debts incurred .i
'by anyone other than myself as of
May 18, 1962. 4tp-5-17 'eg Jd
INTHEcu- League Standings
IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE 'STATE standings in the Port St. Joe Lit-
,OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR t B
GULF COUNTY. IN CHAN- tle Boys Baseball League 'are as ,fol-
CGULF COUNTY. IN RY CHAN-lows as 'of Tuesday afternoon fol-
J. S. GLEASON, JR., as Administra- lowing play for that day.
tor of Veterans Affairs, an Officer NATIONAL LEAGUE
of the United States of America, Team W L
Plaintiff, Cvitan 5 0
vs.Civitan 5 0
FRANKLIN R. POOL and Rotary 4 1
MARY L. YATES, Ford Western --------- 2 5
Defendants. Kratties 1 6


NOTICE'OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK
Notice is hereby given pursuant
to a final 'decree of foreclosure dat-
ed May 14, 1962, and entered in
Chancery Case No. 2107 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Fourteenth Judi-
cial Circuit, in and for Gulf County,
Florida, wherein J. S. Gleason, Jr.,
as Administrator of Veterans Af-
fairs, an officer of the United
States of America, is plaintiff, 'and
Franklin R. Pool 'and Mary L.
Yates, are defendants, I -will sell to
,the highest and best bidder for cash
at the front -door of the Gulf Coun-
ty 'Court House in Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, at 11:00
o'clock A.M. on the 4th day of June,
1962, the .following described pro-
perty as set forth in said final de-
cree, 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.
DATED this 14th day of May, A.
D. 1962.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk, Circuit Court
Gulf.County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) It
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Team W L
Sockeys 7 0
HardStars .-.. 4 3
Dozers 1 5
Boxers 1 5


Highland View

PTA To Meet

The Highland View PTA will
meet Monday night, May 20 at 7:30
p.m. for the final meeting of the
school year. The PTA will meet in
the Highland View Elementary
School auditorium.
Highlights of the meeting will be
ithe second annual' art show of .he
school and the installation officers_
for the new year and a preview of
the school's summer reading pro-
gram.



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THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962


Time to Feed Your

Trees and Shrubs

By HERVEY SHARPE
.Agricultural Extension Service
Controlling weeds with chemicals
is easier than dancing the twist be-
cause it takes only one turn. This
is the turn of a spray nozzle.
Chemical weed control adds a
touch of professionalism to the
task once performed iby the hoel
It requires less work and little or
no sweat.
But ,don't become overconfident
in using the chemicals. This could
spell -doom to beautiful ornamen-
tals as well as the undesirable
plants.


R. H. (Bob) EL EY

zye for 'the following listed rea-
sons: increase in membership of
the Port St. Joe Junior Chamber
of .Commerce of 50 per cent; street


SHOP AT THE PIXIE SHOP

FOR GRADUATION GIFTS


See our beautiful line of


SWIM WEAR


Plastic Lined

BEACH BAGS

$1.99-$2.99


Tru Maid SLIPS ------ $2.99
(As seen in Seventeen)
EXQUISITE FORM BRAS and GIRDLES

First Quality NYLON HOSE -- 2 pr. $1.00

PAJAMAS, baby doll and long, in cottons
wash and wear and rayon
We carry a wide selection of sportswear, all types
of shoes and beautiful Teena Paige an4
Gloria Swanson Dresses


PIXIE SHOP


Growth regulators such as 2, 4-D;
2, 4, 5-T and MVP, even in very
small amounts, may injure suscep-
tible plants., These materials are
weed killers. But- remember, they
cannott distinguish between weeds
and non-weeds.
Do not apply 2, 4-D within, several
feet of sensitive plants-such as
most garden plants, flowers and or-
namentals. Cover flowers an d
shrubs with paper or plastic before
spraying. 'Use extreme care to pre-
vent the chemical from reaching or-
namentals through drifting, leach-
ing into the soil or by running on
the surface during a heavy shower
of rain.
Apply weed killers on a calm day
because wind-blown chemicals can
injure plants all over the 'neighbor-
hood.
Even on calm days use low pres-
sure-20 to 40-pounds .per square
inch and nozzles with large open-
ings that put out coarse sprays ra-
,ther than fine mists.
Before using any chemical-weed
killer, insecticide or .fungicide-be
sure to read and follow the instruc-
tions on the chemical container.
Feeding Trees
Fertilizing trees is aimed at put-
ting nutrients where they will do
the most good. For trees with
fi'fiRs less than six inches in dia-
mitei, punch holes under the en-
ti'r canopy 12 inches 'deep at 18-
inop i intervals and apply three
6aVs of a garden fertilizer in the
4 Two applications per year
commendede. One now and an-
in the Mall.
For bees larger than six inches
in trunk diameter apply five pounds
per-tree.
For azaleas, camellias, crotons,
hibiscus, gardenias, .shrubs, hedges
and other ornamental -plants, make
four applications per year. Apply
one to one and one-half pounds of
fertilizer to 100 square feet of
planting per application in late
spring, summer, winter and early
spring. The late spring application
;is due now. Water plants, spread
'the plant nutrients, and then wa-
'ter the plant food materials in.
Azaleas and camellias need spe-
cial acid type fertilizer, so be sure
to feed them the right formula or
they may become fertilizer sick.
Annuals and perennials need
three applications of one to one
and one-half pounds of 6-6-6 fertili-


My Annreciation to the Voters
I want you to know that I deeply appreciate your
vote and support in the May 8 primary. Many of you
voted for me even though I was unable to ask for your
vote personally. I am grateful for that. I am proud
of the vote you gave me even though it fell short of
the goal.
I with the best of luck to my opponents in the run-


Sincerely,

-ALVIN McGLON


N NOTICE DOG OWNERS
Dr. H. E. Butts, Veterinarian, will be in his
clinic at the corner of First Street and Long Avenue
Friday, May 25 and Friday, June 1 from 2:30 p.m.
to 6:00 p.m. for the purpose of innoculating dogs
against rabies. Dog owners are urged to bring their
pets to the Veterinarian for vaccination. The fee
will be $2.00 per dog.
This service is being arranged by the City of
Port St. Joe by the Chief of Police H. W. Griffin,


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zer per year for each 100 square
feet of plantings. Make one appli-
cationat planting time and' two dur-
ing the growing season. Nitrates of
soda or other sources of nitrogen,
are needed in spring and in sum-
mer at the rate of one-half to one
pound per 100 square feet of plant-
ings.
Another do-it-yourself activity is
taking care of gladioli that are
through blooming at this time.
Actually, when, the tips 'begin to
yellow and die back, it is time to
dig the bulbs and prepare them for
storage. New corms grow on top of
old ones, so break off and throw
away the old corms and store the
new ones.
Prior ;to storing the new corms,
dry them first in an open, dry and
shady place for about a week.
Eight weeks ,before replanting,
place the corms! in your refrigera-
tor and plant immediately upon tak-
ing them out of refrigeration.
Glads will -grow without refrirg-
eration, 'but if not given cool stor-
age treatment they produce irregu-
lar growth and erratic blooming.
It will soon be dig-and-store-iris
time. Irises do not need to be plac-
ed in cold storage, but the large,
clumped bulbs should be broken in-
to individual parts 'and old and new
bulblets stored in a cool place in
readiness for fall planting.





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