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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 24, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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It where we can speak with It
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wt$l-EY R. RAMSEY

Have you stopped to look lately
at the things that are now common
and every day items, that weren't
even in existence 10 to 15 years
ago?
,It's amazing!
And the most prolific of those
items are those now packed in a
pressurized can.
'I look any day now to see olives
put up in pressurized bottles so lthe
"first" one will be readily accese-
Ible.
The eff.-. I of all these pressurize.
ed 'rn.lmiiri have made and are
making a lazy race out of our chil-
dren.. All because some lazy adult
invented them.
Take dusting for instance. It has
been a task to say the leas', to
get the kids to dust the furniture.
Now, a pre-duster is packed in a
pressurized can and they fight 'or
the privilege (among other things).
Bath-tub cleanser comes pressuriz-
ed and we now keep a well scrub-
bed bath tub. Tooth paste in the
pressurized can invariably ends up
squirted sall over the bath room.
My pressurized shaving cream just
doesn't last -any time at all, "be-
cause it looks so funny coming
out of the can".
But, our lament is that no effort
must be made to extract soap,
whipped cream, window cleaner,
insect spray, etc., to apply to the
spot where it is needed.
As I lean back in my easy chair
and see the kids ,putting forth no
effort at all in their tasks. I can't
help but wonder what the world is
coming to-or 'how long I can keep
my easy chair.
4:. :. .:.
And now to cap it off, we have
power tooth brushes available.
4. 4.
Do you think *maybe we could
place the blame for these fast mov-
ing times on the increasing trend
toward automation and power op-
erated necessities?
You take school for instance. I
know for a fact that when I was in
,school, it took at least three years
for .the nine month 'school year to
pass. And the distance from the
first to the twelfth .grade? Nobody
could live long enough to go the
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1962


"Highest Honor" Graduates


NUMBER 33


To Speak


KAY CREECH DAVID NANCE SANDRA BROWN MARY DELL RAMSEY FRED JOINES MICKEY THOMPSON


A total of 68 high school seniors
of Port St. Joe High .School will
begin their graduation exercises on
Sunday night, May 27 with Bacca-
laureate Services to be held at
the High School football stadium
beginning at 8:00 p.m.
The Rev. John Carmichael', Pas-
tor of the First Methodist Church
will deliver the Baccalaureate ad-
-dress.
Also appearing on -the program
will be the Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor
of the Long Avenue Baptist Church
who will give the invocation and
benediction.
The Port 'St. Joe High School
Band will play, "Pomp 'and Cir-
cumstance" for .the Processional
and "Baroque March" for the Re-
cessional.
Platform guests for both Bac-
calaureate and Graduation will be:


Thomas A. Owens, Leroy Bowdoin, with "Pomp and Circumstance".
B. B. Scisson, Mrs. E. L. Antley, Cheslcy Fensom will give the in-
Mrs. W. D. Jones, Kenneth Whit- vocation.
field, Carter Ward, Walter C. Dod- The theme for the program has
son, Mrs. Dave Jones, Mrs. Herbert been selected as "Flight To New
Brouillette, Hubert Richards, R. C. Horizons". Addresses will be given
Maddox, Rev. John Carmichael, by the six students graduating with
Rev. J. C. Odum, C. E. Boyer, R. the highest .grade averages. The
D. Lister, Otis Pyle, William Roe- speakers and their subjects will


mer, Rev. J. J. Hill, Roy Gibson,
Jr., James Moore, Harry Herring-
ton, H. F. Ayers and Herman Dean.
Ushers for Baccalaureate and
Graduation will be: Peggy Jo
Young, Bill Fite, Mabel Stone, Bet-
tie Patterson, Harold Keels, Mazie
Stone and Gayle Griffin.
GRADUATION SERVICES
Graduation services will be held
Tuesday night, May 29 at 8:00 p.m.
in the football stadium.
The 'band will open the program,


County Asked To Settle Border

Disputes At Dalkeith and Honeyville

Still border troubles plague the mission Tuesday night asking that
people of Dalkeith and Honeyville.. a true line be given .them so that
A 'delegation from this area head- they may correct their 'boundaries.
ed by Luke Taunton and L. Abreu The dispute in. the boundaries has
appeared before the County Coom- come up 'when recent surveys show


POLLS OPEN AT 7:00 A.M.


SECOND DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 29


Gulf County voters will again go to
the polls on Tuesday, May 29 to finish
a job they started on May S-that of
selecting a slate of county and state of-
ficers to serve us for the coming terns
of each individual office.
Included on the ballot will be one
state-wide office, that of Railroad and
Public Utilities Commrnissioner in Group
Number 2. In this race, veteran Jerry
W. Carter is opposed by Jim Blanton of
St. Augustine.
A new selection %%ill be available
on Tuesday's ballot that was not in-
cluded on the First Primary ballot.
The new office up for election on this
tlie second primary ballot is that of
S t a t e Comnmiteeman. Democratic
Party. In this race, J. T. (Ted) Can-
non of 116 Westeott Circle. Port St.
Joe is opposing incumbent D. L..
(Buster) Owens, Sr. Owens is an
employee of the Tag Department of
the State of Florida and is presently
stationed in Miami. Cannon is Cash-
ier of the Florida National Bank at



Dry Weather Hampers City Fi


Department In Marvin Ave. Brush Fire


A burning stump caused the Port
St. Joe Volunteer Fire Department
to work 'the entire week end on a
brush fire on Marvin Avenue be-
tween 16th and 20th Streets.
Due .to the extremely dry weather
fire from the stump being burned
traveled through the mucky ground
and came to life in the swamp near
the drain ditch running parallel to
Marvin Avenue and first called the
department to duty Saturday after-
noon. The fire department stayed
on the blaze more or less continu-
ously until Sunday afternoon at
6:00 p.m.
Again at 10:30 a.m. Monday the


volunteers were called out by
the same blaze.
As of Wednesday afternoon this
fire was still burning down in the
muck. The city has taken over the
responsibility of seeing that the
b'aze 'doesn't spread, and nothing
can be done about putting it com-
pletely out until it rain-,. The city
has already spent over T500.00 in
water and time to extinguish the
blaze, to .no avail.
Fire Chief Charles Wall reminds
the citizens of Port St. Joe that in
such areas, the .muck will 'burn for
days when a forest fire gets out.
Fire will travel underground for


Port St. Joe.
In other races, William J. (Billy)
Rish and Ben C. Williams will run it off
in the House of Representatives race.
In his first try for office in Gulf County
was high man in the first primary bal-
loting. Williams is making his third at-
tempt at the Representative race. This
is his fist time to make the second pri-
mary election.
In the county commission races, E.
C. Harden, Sr., is seeking his third term
f1or this office. He is opposed by James
G. McDaniel, both of Wewahitchka.
Thit-se two men are seeking office in
(Goup Number 2. In District 3, James
C. Hotiton of White City and S. C. Play-
e- of Highland View are imllning it off.
W\. J. IJoe) Ferrell will try to un-
seat incumbent Otis Pyle in the District
3. Member Board Public- Instruction.
Pyle will be trying just as hard to gain
a se'-,co-old term in this office.
Polling places for the second pri-
mary will be the same as they were in
Sthe first primary election on May S.


"To College", Kay Creech.
"To Armed Forces", David Nance.
"To Business", Sandra Brown.
"To Marriage", Mary Dell Ram-


achievements will be presented.
Trophies to 'be given are:
Rotary Trophy awarded by Roy
Gibson, Jr.
American Legion Trophy award-
ed by Rev. J. J. Hill.
Kiwanis Scholastic Award for ex-
cellence in mathematics and science
awarded by Walter C. Dodson.
Gulf County Teacher's Scholas-
tic Award awarded by James
Moore.
Beta Sigma Phi local chapter, Eta
Upsilon award given by Mrs. Dave


sey. Jones.
"To Outer Space", Fred Joines.
"The Challenge of These New Delta Chapter, National Honor
Horizons To Seniors", Mickey Society of Port St. Joe High School
Thompson. Award given by Leroy Bowdoin.
Awarding of Trophies Leroy Bowdoin. school principal,
At the graduation exercises, the will present the awards and intro-
many 'trophies awarded students duce the Senior Class. County Su-
r schonlastic a n dn itizensin erintende t T'homasn A Owens -will


that present recognized property
lines ai'e false, in some ins.t.auces.
Taunton said he thought "the
government owes us a true line
from the north end of the county
through to the south end".
The county had contacted J. B.
Hathaway to make the survey for
a 'true line" but Hathaway wrote
the Board that he wasn't interested.
The Commission then instructed
Clerk of the Court George Y. Core
to write Rep. Bob Sikes to ascer-
tain the possibilities and costs of
'getting a true Government line es.-
tablished in the area.
The City of Port St. Joe had writ-
ten .the County Board a letter to
ask that the Centennial Building
be cleaned up after the second pri-
mary election and complained that
the .building was left messed up af-
ter -the first primary.
Commissioner Greer suggested to
the Board that 'the County ask the
State Road Department to construct
a wayside park in the Beacon Hill
area on county property which lies
between Highway 98 and the Gulf
of Mexico in that area. After con-
siderable discussion, the Board
agreed to present this request to
the SRD. The Board made a similar
request several years ago which
was denied due to the proximity of
the Mexico Beach wayside park. It
will be pointed out by the Board
that the Mexico Beach facilities
are now overcrowded.
Clerk Core reported to the Board
that he had sold two lots at Bea-
con Hill, 'belonging to the county
to Garland B. Dunlap for a sum _)f
$400.00 each.


Flanders Poppies

On Sale Saturday


a distance and then come above Saturday, May 26 will be Poppy
ground into a blaze. This condition Day in Port St. Joe, as well as the
is especially prevalent during dry rest of the nation.
Sth ,On Saturday, members of the Wil-
For this and the obvious danger lis V. Rowan, Post 116 American
of brush fires getting started with
Legion Auxiliary will be selling the
very little encouragement during a poppiesg on the streets in Port St.
dry 'spell, Wall urges that 'everyone Joe.
in Port St. Joe refrain from burn- oe p
The paper poppies are manufac-
ing brush until we get a good rain. tured by parties in veterans' -
_tured by patients in veterans' hos-
pitals throughout the nation for
'Elementary PTA TO sale on this special day to raise
Install New Officers spending money for the patients.
-- The small flower, and Poppy Day
The Elementary PTA will hold its serves as a reminder of all those
last meeting of the current year to- men who died and were wounded
night beginning at 7:30 p.m. The in battle in wars participated in
PTA will have a short business by the United States.
session in which new officers for The Legion Auxiliary urges evr-
the coming year will be installed. ery citizen to purchase one of the
For the night's program, a dance poppies and wear it as a reminder
recital given by the Vonzeil Tay- of those who sacrificed for their
lor Dance Studio will be presented. I country.


present the diplocas.
Richard Thompson will give the
benediction after which the 'band
will play "Pomp 'and Circumstance"
for the Recessional.
GRADUATING SENIORS
Bobby Lee Adams, Janice Ander-
son, Clayton Asbelle, Jr., Judy
Bateman, Bobby Bell, George Boy-
er, Sara Cumbie, Byron Eells, III,
Jim Fain, C. J. Giddiens, Nelson
Hall, Curtis Hammond, Diann'e
Hannon, James Kennedy, Ellen.
Kennington, Faye Key, George Kil-
bourn, Buddy Knight, Linda Le-
Hardy, Peggy Lewis, Michael Mc-
Kenzie.
Tony Maige, Andrea Martin,
Courtney Martin, Jr.. Doris Lee
Perna, Paul Presnell, Peggy Pyle,
Ray Rester, Frank Ruckman, Mer-
cedes Sheppard, Billie Jean Suell-
grove, Wayne Stevens, Ronnie


Tharpe, Carolyn Thomas, Norma
Todd, Brenda Tomlinson, Nancy
Tynes, ,Carolyn Whitehurst, Pat
Williams, Elaine Wood and Carl
Zimmerman.
Class Officers
George Duren, President.
George Boyer, Vice-President.
Sara Cumbie, Secretary.
Pat Griswold, Treasurer.
High Honor Graduates
Sandra Brown, Fred Joines,-_Da-,.
vid Nance and Mickey Thom-pson; '*,
Honor Graduates
Barbara Bell, Robbie Costin, Kay
Creech, Larry Davis, Sue Durant,
George Duren, Chesl'ey Fensom,
James Gibson, Pat Griswold.
Pat Kerrigan, Alice Land, Reva
Okaes, Mary Dell Ramsey, Johnny
Ray, Richard Thompson, Mildred
Tillman, Brenda Ward, Joe Whaley
and Wanda Williams.


Scout Circus Set For Friday


Jackson B. Traweek, 76, Passes

Away Thursday After Lengthy Illness

Jackson Bernard Traweek, age
Jaycee T te Board 79, passed away at 7:30 p.m.Thurs-
day, May 17 at the Municipal Hos-
Will Tally Votes pital following a six-month illness.
Traweek moved to Port St. Joe in
1938 and was employed as a fore-
The Port St. Joe Jaycees will man at the St. Joe Lumber and
again man their election tally Export Company until his retire-
board next to the City Hall on meant.
election night, next week. Survivors include the widow,
The Jaycees will have the board Mrs. Mattle M. Traweek of Port
operating when precinct results St. Joe; two daughters, Mrs. Car-
begin to come in and will keep olyn Hellen, Port 'St. Joe and Mrs.
it in operation until the final Sally T. Brazeal of Wichita Falls,
vote count is in. Texas; two sons, James B. Tra-
In addition to serving up the week of Brandon, Florida and Wil-
latest election results, the Jay- liam C. Traweek of Wichita Falls,
cees will serve up doughnuts, Texas; one sister, Mrs. Myra T.
coffee and cold drinks-for a Barganier of Montery, Alabama 'and
nominal charge, of course, a brother Ross B. Traweek -of Mon-
Everybody is urged to attend tery, Ala., and 10 grandchildren.
the Jaycee election party Tues- Funeral services for Mr. Tra-
day night for the latest in vote week 'were held from 'the Long
count results and a few light r-e Avenue Baptist Church Saturday,
freshments. May 19 at 3:00 p.m. with the pas-
___tor, Rev. J. C. Odum officiating.
Interment followed on Sunday,
Air Conditioner Gets May 20 at 3:00 p.m. in Monutery,
Alabama in the family plot.
Too00 Hot Burns Active pallbearers were James
Bray, Frank Pate, H. W. Griffin,
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire Jack Hammock, Phillip Chatham
Department answered one call dur- and Tom Byrd. Honorary pallbear-
ing 'the past week, other than brush ers were Grady Mims, Glenn Boyles,
fires. Wes Farris, H. L. Ford, Louis
Friday morning, about 8:00 a.m. Johnson, James Johnson, Sam
the department was called to the Graves, Jr., J. B. Harris, Dan Sex-
Apalachicola Northern Railroad .of- ton, Cliff Chatham, W. B. Holland,
fice building at First and Reid by T. S. Singletary, Roy Tharpe and
a small blaze in an air conditioning Richard Saunders.
room. Comforter Funeral Home of Port
Apparently some of the electrical St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
equipment had been struck by ments.
lightning earlier and had shorted -
out. Resurfacing Completed
The blaze knocked out a 71 ton On State Road 30
air conditioning machine in the On State Road 30
building. Work on resurfacing of State
Road 30 in Franklin and Gulf


Local Jaycees Win
Honors At State Meet

Port St. Joe's Jaycees "brought
home the bacon" in honors from
the Florida Jaycee Convention held
in the McKay Auditorium of the
University of Tampa last week end.
Robbie Costin, a senior at Port
St. Joe, High School, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Costin, and the
Port St. Joe Jaycees entrance in a
statewide contest, "My True Se-
(Oontinued On PNgeo 4


Counties has been completed, the
State Road Department announced
this week.
William T. (Billy) Mayo of Tal-
lahassee, Road Board member for
District Three, said the $179,675
project began at the junction with
U. S. 98 seven miles west of Apa-
lachicola and continued west and
north 19.3 miles to U. S. 98 south
of Port St. Joe.
Macasphalt C.'. i.- ., ,.i of Lake-
land started work on this project
in April of this year.


Boy Scout Troop 47 will present
its -annual Boy Scout Circus to-
morrow night at 8:00 p.m. at Cen-
tennial Field.
This annual event is complete-
ly produced and staffed by mem-
bers of Troop 47, Boy Scouts of
America. The Scouts build the
props, set up the show and then
don costumes and perform the
various acts of entertainment
skillfully presented during the
show. Funds derived from the
presentation go toward defraying
the greater part of the cost of
summer camping activities for
the Scouts.
A big circus parade will be held
tomorrow afternoon up Reid Ave-
nue 'beginning at 5:00 p.m. The par-
ade will feature circus clowns, ani-
mals and specialties to tbe seen at
the circus grounds Friday night.
Tickets 'will 'be on sale during the
parade at $1.00 for adults and 50c
for children. Tickets may also be
purchased at the show.
The show will begin Friday night
with Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts
performing the Flag ceremony. The
Port St. Joe High School Band will
'then play, "The Star Spangled
Banner" and then the clowns, ani-
mals and special acts will take
over.
A special attraction during the
intermission will be the presenta-
tion of the 1962 Boy Scout Queen.
The new Queen will be crowned
by Jake Belin. C. L. Costin will
announce the new queen. Also
during intermission, a special
number will be presented by Deb-
bie Sykes, Peggy Jones, Holly
Barr, Carol Grace and Debble
Mahon. A special dance solo will
be presented by little Miss Holly
Barr.
Only one act has been imported
for the Circus, and that is ,the "Sad-
dling Seminoles" from Wewahitch-
ka, who will give a special horse
show -during the second act.


William J. Rish

Passes Bar Exam

William J. Rish, 613 Marvin Ave-
nue was notified by the Florida Su-
preme Court Tuesday that be had
satisfactorily completed all re-
quirements pertaining to admission
to the Florida Bar.
Rish will be sworn in on June
1, 1962 at Tallahassee. He then 'will
open his law offices in Port St.
Joe.


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SMi:s Reva Oakes Honored With

f" elaneous Calling Shower

S"'a O kes was entertain- Mrs. William Fite, Mrs. Fred Can-


LAST THURSDAY EVENING, THE RT. REV. HAMIL-
TON WEST, Bishop of Florida, administered the sacra-
ment of Confirmation to 17 persons at services in the St.
James Episcopal Church here. In his sermon to the
congregation, Bishop West compared the power of per-
sonal evangelism to the power of a mighty dam. After
the services a reception for the Bishop and the newly
confirmed members was held in the church Parish House.


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


er, r ccn' ly with a miscellaneous
2 _.. .ver given by Mrs. Oli-,
Vi: Lue and Mrs. Ruth Patterson in
the home' of Mrs. Patterson.
The refreshment table was, ar-
ranged with a white lace cloth, cen-
tered with a crystal punch bowl
encircled with pastel lights and
.clenatis and flanked 'by plates of
individual cup cakes, nuts and
mints. Miss Sandra Lee kept the
bride's book.
The honoree was lovely in a blue
print silk dress with which .she
wore white accessories.
Those attending were: Mrs. Nel-
da Huie, Miss Barbara Bell, Mrs.
Mary Reeves, Mrs. Ouida Cross,
Mrs. Ruth Nance, Mrs. Virginia
Dawson, Mrs. Evelyn Williams,
Mrs. Delores Cox, Mrs. Wandice
Scott, Mrs. Arvil McKenzie, Mrs.
Ina Merritt, Miss Frankie Bazzell
and Mrs. Maurice Bazzell'.
Those sending gifts, but unable
to attend were: Mrs. George Davis,
Miss Ann. Davis, Miss Grace Smith,
Mrs. Carolyn Sickman, Mrs. Oleta
Atkinson, Mrs. Martha Minis, Mrs.
Lonnie Bell, Mrs. Tweda M'cGlon,
Mrs. Avalee Parker, Mrs. Mildred
Kennington, Mrs. Dan Hatfield,
Mrs. Nell Patterson, Mrs. Eula
Pridgeon, Mrs. Gwen Hatfield, Mrs.
Kate Downs, Mrs. Julie Houston,


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Eta Upsilon Has A reception will be held follow- THURSDAY, MAY 24, 191
ing the ceremony in the McConnel
Hawaiian Luau Room of those Ch, ch.

The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Bea PrclamatiOn
Sigma Phi enjoyed a Hawaiian


Luau at the home of Mrs. Bernice
Wager, the chapter sponsor. The
hostess carried out the Hawaiian
theme with an- authentic feast ta-
ble laid on the ground complete
with banana leaves, fresh flowers
and fruit centered with a Kolauha
pig.


I o Honor Seniors The Wahines came as native Ha-
waiians dressed in sarongs, muu
muu's and grass skirts.
The Women of St. James will While seated around the feast
again honor the Seniors of the local table the guests wee sevd a d-
Episcopal Church with a reception licious dinner consisting of barbe-
in the Parish House immediately cue chicken, cole slaw, baked beans
ollowin.g the Baccalaureate ser- fruit salad, cake and coffee. Mrs.
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All members of the graduating girls, Carole Wager, Vickie Mc-
class, their .parents, .and friends are Gill, Cris'tie Coldewey and Edith
cordially invited. McLawhon, dressed in colorful muu
inins.
'Eta 'Upsilon 'Executive The highlight of the party was
Board Holds Meeting the hula danced by the guests to
show their appreciation to the host-
The new executive board of the ess for an enjoyable evening.
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WHEREAS, Friday, May 25,
1962 has been designated as Na-
tional Poppy Day in commemora-
tion of the distinguished service
rendered to our country by the
many disabled veterans living
and to those who died that we
might live with the dignity of
free men.
WHEREAS, the American Le-
gion Auxiliary, on said Poppy
Day, offers for distribution, pop-
pies made by disabled veterans
in our Veterans' Hospitals, for
which they receive little or no
compensation, and
WHEREAS, it has been the
custom to utilize this day in
raising funds such as are possible
ii.... i- the distributions of 'pop-
pies for the benefit of the dis-
abled veterans, -and it 'being the
desire of the citizenship of Amer-
ica generally and of Port St. Joe
in particular, therefore,
I, FRANK HANNON, MAYOR
OF THE CITY OF PORT ST.
JOE. BY VIRTUE OF THE POW-
ER VESTED IN ME, DO HERE-
BY PROCLAIM FRIDAY, MAY
25, 1962, AS POPPY DAY, and
request our citizens to cooperate
and assist our Legionnaires and
the members of the Auxiliary in
the distribution of poppies for
the benefit of our disabled veter-
ans.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
caused the official seal of the
City of Port St. Joe to be affix-
ed hereto, this 17th day of May,
A. D. 1962.
FRANK HANNON,
Mayor
ATTEST:
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk
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School Band Room.
Each member of the group is
urged 'to be present for this spe
cial meeting as election of officers
for the 'new year will be the mair
item of business.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1962

LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
Wesley Ramsey
Editor, The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
I have just finished reading this
week's issue of The Star. After
reading several items and your edi-
torial relative to the unemployment
situation at the Vitro installation


an article states that The Corps of
Engineers dredge "Gerig" will com-
plete -dredging the channel in our
harbor in June. This will then give
St. Joe one of the deepest channels
on the Gulf of Mexico. Then on an-
other page appears Mr. Harry Saun-
ders comments to a Panama City
Chamber of Commerce meeting.
Some of these comments can well
apply -to Port St. Joe.
The situation that I am referring
to is the closing -of the Southeast-
ern Pipeline Terminals -here at St.
Joe. For many years now this in-
stallation has provided employment
for many people, as well .s taxes.


at Cape ,San Blas, I thought that I At present about ninety-five percent
should call to your attention anoth- of .the ships that use this channel
er situation that is confronting our that you mention are coming to
town. this terminal. When this terminal
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per month will use this channel, about the Chamber of Commerce
When .this happens there are 25 and County Commissioners and
families that will be affected. They City contacting Congressman Sikes
' will have to find employment else- and see if more missile work could
where. The merchants will also lose 'be channeled down the Gulf Test
revenue from the money spent by Range, I think someone should con-
the sailors that call here on 'these tact someone -and see if a fev
ships. ships could 'be channeled down this
The Government has spent many present channel we have here. You
millions on this channel at St. Joe, would be surprised how much reve.
providing deep water for the ships nue it would bring in our city.
to use. Now don't you think it is
going to look rather foolist with Sincerely,
only one ship per month using it? DAVE MADDOX,
As you mention in your editorial Bar Pilot.

State Sales Show Nice Increase

Over Same 'Period 'Last Year


TALLAHASSEE State, Comp-
troller Ray E. Green reported this
week gross sales in Florida during
the first nine months of the current
fiscal year totaled $10,813,297,252,
an increase .of 5.44 -.per cent or
$558,139,413, .over the same period
last fiscal.
The comptroller said the increase
was registered even though 33
types of business reported .gross
sales for the period were under the
previous year.
The lumber and ,building mater-
ials industry 'was down $111,796,092
or 14.01 per cent, Green said.
"The drop in this field was a big
blow to our sales tax revenue,"
Green said. "We hope that it will
return to normal during the next
year so as to -give a firm founda-


tion to our sales tax revenue esti-
mate."
Allied industries reporting de-
creases were building contractors
$1,227,791 -or 1.05 per .cent; electri-
cal and plumbing $378,426 or .12 per
cent; roofing and sheet metal $3,-
514,257 .or 4.30 per cent; house-hold
appliances $48,165,327 or 25.28 per
cent.
Bakers reported gross s a 1 e s
down $3,453,537 or 10.66 per cent;
candy and confectionary $9,203,270
-or 5.44 -per cent.
Another business showing a mi-
nus-both in gross sales and sales
tax revenue-was hardware, paint
and light 'machinery. Gross -sales
were under the previous nine-
month period by $36,363,540 or 12.-
19 per cent.


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lines reported by auto accessor-
ies, .tires and parts firms, and gar-
age and repair shops. The former
reported gross sales were off $33,-
954,445 or 14.02 per cent, and the
latter $10,089,353 or 11.55 per cent.
Other business reporting gross
sale declines included:
Motorboat and yacht $6,744,830
or 9.88 per cent; furniture stores
$8,535,302 -or 4.30 per cent; cigar
stands and tobacco shops $33,038,
742 or 37.95 per cent; florists $3,-
254,687 or 14.42 per cent; fuel deal-
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Scrap metal -and junk yards $5,-


photo supplies $4,657,255 or 12.64
per cent; news stands $1,591,285 or
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088 or 6.74 per cent; sanitary and
industrial supplies $15,100,648 or
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paper bags $4,9S4,586 or 7.35 per
cent; importing and exporting $4,-
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Completion of Exercises


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Flortod


THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1962


NEW ORLEANS, La.-All phas-
es of the Spring 1962 Logistical-ov-
er-the -Shore (LOTS) Exercise
held 'his year by the U. S. Army
Transportation Terminal Command
Gulf, on St. Joseph's Spit, 2.8 water
miles frcm Port St. Joe was closed
'out on May 22.
A convoy, consisting of the main
body of the 394'h Transportation
Battalion (Terminal) returned to
Camp Leroy Johnson here on April
30. Lieut. Col. Thomas G. Morehead,
battalion commander, stated upon
the 394 h's arrival, "I am most
pleased with the performance of
my battalion and other camp units
during the exercise. The terrain,
being sandy and rugged and cov-
ered with dense undergrowth, cre-
a'ed an excellent tactical problem.
In the amphibious phases, high surf
and swells presented a realistic sit-
uation-the type of situation Camp
Leroy Johnson troops would have
to content with an actually unload-
ing military cargo under combat
conditions where no fixed pier fa-
cilities are present."
In the returning main body of
the camp's permanently stationed
394th Battalion were Headquarters
and Headquarters Detachment and
four terminal service companies-
the 71st Transportation Company,
the 119th Transportation Company,
the 512th Transportation Company,
and the 569th Transportation Com-
pany. Commanding these units in
the convoy were, respectively, 1st.
Lieut. Lawrence J. Ernst; Capt.
McErvin Howard; Capt. Frank
Francois; Capt. Thomas A. Ford,
Jr.; and 'Capt. Edgar G. Hamilton.
The main body of the 354th
Transportation Battalion (Termi-
nal) began moving back on May 14
when the first contingent, consist-
ing of the 318th Transportation
Company (Terminal Service) and
the 489th Transportation Company
(Terminal 'Service), returns to the
camp. Two recalled U. S. Army Re-
serve units, the 318th is from Gulf-
port, Miss., and is commanded by
Capt. Raymond L. Shields, while
Oapt. Fleetwood C. Flyithe com-
man'ds the 489th from Pensacola.
'On May 18 the second contingent'


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Transportation Battalion returned
to Camp Leroy Johnson. The con-
voy, led by Lieut. Col. Crescent A.
Ragona, consisted of Headquarters
and Headquarters Detachment and
two terminal service companies-
the 238th Transportation Company
and the 453rd Transportation Com-
pany. All three are 'recalled USAR
units. HDD is from Brooklyn, N. Y.
and is commanded 'by Capt. Clar-
ence J. Burger! the 238th hails from
Magnolia, Ark., and is under the
command of Capt. Charles E.
Downs, while the 453rd, perman-
ently home-stationed in Charleston,
S. C., is led by Capt. Russell Brown.
May 22 saw the return to Camp
Leroy Johnson of all rear parties
of the 354th Transportation Battal-
ion, as well as the 562,nd Transpor-
tation Company (Staging Area) and
two units of the 394th Transporta-
tion Company (Amphibious Truck)
and the U. S. Army Transportation
Floating Craft Training Detach-
ments. This movement was in two
contingents. One was convoyed
back in a motor-march, 'while the
other was returned by water, via
the Intracoastal Waterway.
The UTSATFCTD is commanded
'by 2nd Lieut. Aloysius E. Stuardi.
Heading the 458th is Capt. Raymond
E. Willis. The 562nd is under the

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ouac site in Florida and in numer-
ous trips made to transport men
and equipment to and from the
maneuver area.
Kicked off on March 26, this 58-
day LOTS Exercise involved about
2700 -troops from Camp Leroy John-
son and support units.
During the exercise the Camp Le-
roy Johnson troops underwent in-
tensive training in stevedoring ac-
tivities; handling of eargo from
ship to shore and over the beach;
cargo documentation; cargo lifting
and stowage aboard vessels; mov-
ing and transporting of cargo in-
command of Capt. Clarence Young.
The 515th Truck Company from
Fort Benning, Ga., and commanded
by Capt. Billy L. Story has lent
constant support to the 'Camp Le-
roy Johnson troops, both at the biv-
land via landing and harbor craft,
amphibious trucks (DUKW's) and
barges (100-ton BARC's), rough-ter-
rain and regular forklifts, mobile
and crawler cranes and trucks. Ad-
ditionally, all camp units under-
went their annual Army training
tests to determine their training
efficiency, combat-readiness. Range
firing was also provided, with the
troops utilizing M-1 rifles, 30 and
50 caliber machine -guns, bazookas
and rocket launchers.

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HIGHLAND VIEW -- Post Office ----
ST. JOE QUARTERS-- Chitty's----
OVERSTREET -- Post Office
ST. JOE BEACH -- St. Joe Beach Groc. -
OAK GROVE -- Community Groc. --
BEACON HILL -- Scheffer's
PORT ST. JOE -- Smith's Pharmacy ---
PORT ST. JOE -- Smith's Pharmacy ----
PORT ST. JOE -- Smith's Pharmacy --..
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INDIAN PASS -- McNeill's Store ----
WHITE CITY -- Near Stebel Home ._
ST. JOE QUARTERS -- Chitty's .-
ST. JOE PAPER COMPANY
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HIGHLAND VIEW -- Post Office
KENNY'S MILL
WEWAHITCHKA -- Britt's Cafe ----
WEWAHITCHKA -- Creamer's Store .
WEWAHITCHKA -- Britt's Cafe
WEWAHITCHKA -- Britt's Cafe


DAY HOURS
Tues., May 29 1 3 p.m.
Tues., May 29 4 8 p.m.
Wed., May 30 -- 10 a.m. 12 'Noon
Wed., May 30 2 6 p.m.
Thurs., May 31 8 11 a.m.
Thurs., May 31 1 4 p.m.
Fri., June 1 10 a.m. 1 p.m.
Fri., June 1 3 6 p.m.
Sat., June 2 --------10 a.m. 1 p.m.
Sat., June 2 3 6 p.m.
Tues., June 5 ---- 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Tues., June 5 3 5 p.m.
Tues., June 5 6 8 p.m.
Wed., June 6 6 9 a.m.
Wed., June 6 2 5 p.m.
Thurs., June 7 6 8 a.m.
Thurs., June 7 3 5 p.m.
Thurs., June 7 6 8 p.m.
Fri., June 8 1 4 p.m.
Fri., June 8 5 8 p.m.
Sat., June 9 ..--------10 a.m. 1 p.m.
Sat., June 9 5 8 p.m.


This Service Provided By:

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Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs Hear
Recorded Voices of Past Presidents
Hubert Richards, Principal of the the phonograph in 1887.
Port St. Joe Elementary .School, The recording gave some of the
,brought an interesting program to famous words uttered by Grover
..the Rotary Club last Thursday and Cleveland, William McKinley, Wil-
the Kiwanis Club this past Tuesday. 1liam Howard Taft, Theodore Roo-
Richards presented a recording sevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Warren
compiled of -the voices of all U. S. G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, Her-
presidents since the invention of bert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt,


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ONLY SUNBEAM IS


BATTER WHIPPED!

Tenderness Test Proves it!


Harry Truman and Dwight D. Ei-
senhower.
The quality of the recordings in-
creased noticeably as each presi
dent spoke and improvements had
been made in recording devices ov-
er the years.
Anld, in listening to excerpts from
campaign, speeches in the day of
Teddy Roosevelt Woodrow Wilson,
William McKinley, etc., campaign
promises haven't changed much.
Each and every one of the past
presidents promises more for less
at the expense of the government.
Guest of the Rotary Club Thurs-
day, was Hal Jenkins of Panama
City.
Guests of the Kiwanis Club Tues-
day were Gene Tindell of Port St.
Joe High School; Bill Whaley and
Jack Williams of Port St. Joe and
John Dickey of Chatom, Ala.
_---- ----
CARD OF THANKS
We, the Ladies Auxiliary of the
White City Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment take this opportunity to ex-
press our sincere thanks and gra i-
ude .for all the contributions toward
helping us get the White City Com-
munity Building repaired.
We appreciate the efforts of .each
one who has donated to and sup-
ported our projects. We are look-
ing forward to having the repair
work completed soon.
RnOrOfST aoOT ST .Inlt


Mexico Beach Amusement Park
Set Grand Opening for This Week End


The Mexico Beach Amusement
Park has its grand opening this
week end, May 24 through May 27.
Included in the park this year is
a completely rebuilt miniature golf
course, a merry-go-rcund .for chil-
'dren of all ages, an exciting flying
saucer, the bullet with thrills ga-
lore, a kiddie whip, miniature train,
a brand new skating rink with a
maple floor and Chicago shoe
skates and a replica of the John W.
Callahan stern wheel boat that
used to run on the Apalachicola
River.
The Amusement Park is designed
for family fun. Every member of
the family will find something to
do in. '62 at Mexico Beach. Also
new this year is the 500 foot fish-
ing pier. The Mexico Beach boat
basin is now open and in .operation
and boasts a new tackle shop
where you can either rent or buy
the equipment you will need for the
big .ones. At the boat basin. is com-
plete launching facilities.
This year there are plenty of
spacious cottages on the beach to
accommodate your family for a
week end or a week. During the
grand opening of the amusement
park, there will be free prizes and
fun for all. The park will be open


each day through Labor Day.
-K
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends In
Port St. Joe and Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church for their many acts of
kindness and words of comfort dur-
ing the recent death .of my other,
D, E. Musselwhite of Bainbridge,
Ga.
May God bless all of you.
The Family of
CALVIN MUISSELWHITE

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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jo,. F urlda
By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Pu,.f
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Dostoffice, Port St. Jee,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

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Unemployment Insu

,rop In April for Thi


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National School Board?

The danger flags go up, and not a few hackles rise
with them, at thought of a new proposal for establishment
of a national boaid of education. The proposal was made at
a House. subcommittee hearing by Dr. James E. Allen, Jr.,
New York state's commissioner of education.
Dr. Allen is not unaware of the possible dangers in
such a national board. He met the question by raising it
himself but then declaring that the proposed group could
"set broad national goals for education and influence the
states in a very sound way toward them without directing
them." The disclaimer is not wholly convincing.
It may be true, as Commissioner Allen told Congress,
that there is need for "a reorganization of the administra-
tive and policy-making structure of education at the fed-
eral level." It may be true, as he contends, that the United
States Office of Education presently lacks "the independence,
status, continuity and influence which it must have to pro-
vide leadership and over-all direction to American education
consistent with and vital to our national purposes."
But before the Office of Education's influence is extend-
ed, and particularly before such a thing as a national board
of education is established, American citizens had better do
some hard thinking about the kind and amount of national
leadership they want in education. Even advocates of great-
ly increased federal aid to education may balk at the idea
of "over-all direction" emanating from Washington.


". I,L :'HASSEE-Unemployment
i.-uiir ;. e payments to jobless
I : -,workers in April dropped
: :3 third time this year.
State Industrial Commission
Chairman A. Worley Brown said
April payments at $253,719 were
down $289,742 from March and
Brown said payments this April
were $1,645,300 .below a year ago.
New claims for unemployment in-
surance benefits at 25,293 were
7,418 -below a year ago and contin-
ued claims at 122,321 dropped 55,-
710 from April 1960.
"Despite -the big business im-
provement from last year," Brown
said "There were indications of a
current seasonal tapering off in the
tourist industry."
The 25 Commission offices across
the St-ate reporting decreases were:
Jacksonville, down $53,606 to $217,-
394; Miami, down $43,128 to $543,-
392; Tampa, -down $25,109 to $310,-
908; Tallahassee, down $16,421 to
$33,904; Winter Park, down $15,,-
543 'to $88,662; Pensacola, odwn
$11,880 to $98,700; t. Lauderdale,
down $11,214 to $86,735; Cocoa,
down $9,084 -to $17,988; Ft. Walton


rance raymenTs vvnie uiy vru
ird Time In 1962 Auxiliary Meets

Beach, down $8,778 to $30,754; Mar- The White City Volunteer Fire
ianna, down $8,337 to $28,703; Sara- Department auxiliary met May 16
sota, down $7,648 to $28,500; St.'at the -home of Mrs. Gary Gordon.
Petersburg, down $7,485 to $86, Eight members were present.
631; Daytona Beach, down $7,374 Miss Eleanor Wood resigned as
to $50,713; Gainesville, -down $5,- Secretary and Mrs. Robert Stebel
346 to $15,897; t. Pierce, down $5,- was elected to fill the vacant posi-
143 ,to $24,892; Bradenton, down tion.
$5,141 to $17,875; Sanford, down The 'Ways and Means' .commit-
$4,834 to $10,030; Hollywood, down tee chairman, Mrs. Joe Evans Te-
$3,688 to $97,020; Palatka, down ported that there is still lots of
$3,396 to $16,582; Melbourne, down candy and black pepper to be sold.
$2,956 to $23,025; Clearwater, down 'She requested that all members
$1,987 to $38,142; West Palm Beach please .bring their unsold cans of
down $1,849 to $75,921; Key West, candy to -the next meeting to be
down $702 -to $13,756; Lake City, redistributed.
down $627 to $11,461 and Perry, It 'was agreed that the auxiliary
down $472 to $5,025. should not take on any more fund-
The seven offices reporting in- raising projects for a while as we
,creases were: Leesburg, up $3,540 now have enough funds to repair
*to $18,678; Belle Glade, up $1,776 lthbe White City Community Build-
to $5,803; Panama City, up $1,502 ing.
-to $34,882; Winter Haven, up $889 The Ladies Auiliary is planning
to $35,933; Ft. Myers, up $495 o to clean up the building in time for
$42,119; O.cala, up $136 to $16,238; .the forcoming elections.
and Lakeland, up $34 to $37,482. Members wishing to help., please
Sb___e there any time after 9:30 a.m.
on Monday, May 28th.
Want Ads Get Res it The -next meeting wi.lI be at -the
X- home of Mrs. Raymond Hightower
BHOP AT HOME I on June 6th.I


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1962

Fraternity Taps Bob Kerrigan

Bob Kerrigan,, son of Mr. and anent of school spirit, stimulation of
Mrs. Robert W. Kerrigan of West- religious activity, and partial spon-
cott Circle, was recently tapped sorship of the university orienta-
for membership of the Alpha Coun- -tion program. The Alpha Council
cil at Florida State University. was established on .the. Florida


This is an ilonory Freshmen-
Sophomore Leadership organization
that recognizes and maintains in-
terest in -worthwhile university ac-
tivities of the male students. This
is accomplished by bringing the
outstanding men in contact with
numerous situations which will
broaden their .capacity and develop
their abilities.
Their activities include promo-
tion of the honor system, develop-


State University Campus in 1952.
Bob was one of 48 selected out
of a 1,000 Freshman male student
enrollment and will serve -as -the
Vice President of .the Alpha Coun-
cil next year.


JOB PRINTING

THE STAR


FROM


A Communist Surveys the

Christian World's "Threat"

(From PEACE and LIBERTY
,French Communist newspaper)
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is a much more powerful
weapon for the renewal of society than is our Marxist doc-
trine. All the same it is we who will finally beat you. We
are only a handful and you Christians are numbered by the
millions. But if you remember the story of Gideon and his
300 companions you will understand why I am right. .
We Communists do not play with words. Of our salaries
.and wages we keep only what is strictly necessary and v
give the rest for propaganda purposes. To this propaganda
we also consecrate all our free time and part of our holidays.
You Christians, however, give only a little time anf"
hardly any money for the spreading of the Gospel of Christ.
How can anyone believe in the supreme value of the Gospel
if you do not practice it? If you do not spread it? And if
you sacrifice neither time nor money for it?
Believe me, it is we who will win, for we believe in our
Communist message and we are ready to sacrifice every-
thing, even our lives. But you, you Christians, are afraid to
soil your hands.

It takes an enemy pretty sure of himself to tell his ene-
my how he can be beaten. But then, if indications of the
present trend of mankind in the "Christian" world are any
criteria, the Communist has little to worry about. The so-
called "Christian" nations seem to be spending all their ener-
gies and resources trying to find any other means of beating
-Communism than the means outlined by the Communists
themselves. It is a pity, but it appears as if the free world
will continue to bankrupt itself trying to break down the
back door to bring their message of democracy and freedom
to the world, when the front door is open.


ANOTHER BILLIE SOL IN THE MAKING
The Government announced this week that they will
remove all of the grain stored in the elevators of Billie Sol
Estes elevators and place it elsewhere.
This has all the ear-marks of creating another Billie Sol
Estes. For after all, won't the storage charges still have to
be paid. Won't a private individual receive these payments?
It would seem that a close look at the "system" that
created the Billie Sol scandal in the first place should be
closely scrutinized before making such a move.



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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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1,I E STAR, Port St. Joe. Florid .lia at"tn, Johnny T. Brown, Ruth Phil- Benifits
THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1962 u. sioanl granted professional leave be- Social Security Insurance Benifitst
gin n., ,June 4, 1962 to Charles A. Osborne
S..I las been approved for a scholarship k B R | ts
i' ummar cien'e institute at the uni
Minutes of The ., t u ortheDakot Play Big Roll In Most Citys Economy
,\t regular meeting of the Board
,I \\Ih,.ay, June 6, instead of
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD "' e 5, 1)62. instead of.
m i,-L, Dinig no further business at this Old-age, survivors, and disability Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Walton and
io. aiadjourned to meet again in
S..,' .n the above named date. insurance benefits are becoming in- Washington. At the present time,
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA .\'E:sT: S creasingly important as. a commun- Social Security benefits are being
May 9, 1962 '1'1,,n ,- \. wens William Roemer Sr
The Board of Public Instru1962 tion, ul Spenrintndent Chairman ity resource according to John V. paid nationally at a rate of over
County, met onthe ahove dlate inre gula 'EDITURES FORTAHE MONTH OF Carey, District Manager of the Pan- one billion -dollars ,a month. During
se.sion with the following members pr-sentM
and acting: William Roemer, Chairman, Car- Port St. Joe High School, Lunchroom ama City Social. Security office. 1961, $432,634,000.00 was paid to
ter Ward, C. E. Boyer, Otis Pyle and Ken-a and special milk fund, 3 mos .. $740.16 $434,300.00 will be paid in Gulf people in the State -of Florida.
n:, Whitfield, members. Wewahitchka High School 1,091.85
The Superintendent was present and ac Port St. Joe Elem. School, 1,610.31 County during 1962, based on the While benefits 'are intended pri-
isP Ilighland View Elena. School, 5 307.59
The minutes of the preceding feeding Fla. Power Corp., Elmc ....... 1,120.64 December 1961 monthly rate. marily for the beneficiaries' econo-
vere read and adopted as read. Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Elec... 28480 $640,739.00 is paid monthly, $7,- mic security, they help business in
The Financial Statement for the month of Beaman Plumbing Serv., Sul). & Labor 76.45
April was examined and approved. Cardinal Products, nc., Sup. ...... 1300 689,000.00 yearly, in Social Secur- our community. Most of the money
;ie Sanitariar, s report wam ev.i., iid and Fla. Dev. Com., Sup...............116.83
ordered filed. St. Joe Iardware, Sup............278.49 ity benefits in the seven Northwest is spent immediately for food, cloth-
Moved by Whitfield seconded by Roemer Alterman Transport Lines, rFt ..... 19.47 Florida counties of Bay, Calhoun, ing and other basic 'necessities.
to contribute $200.00 to the FFA string Floyd Chev. Co., Labor & Parts .. 532.95 l counties y, un,
band toward expenses to Daytona Beach. St. ,Joe Tel. & Tel., Serv. ....... 133.79 The benefits being paid in the
All voted yes. W&W IGA Super Mkt., Sup.. ..... 21.23
Moved by Pyle seconded by Whitfield to Star Puf. Co., Printing & Sup..... 44.00 G. E. McGill, Labor ............ 17.25 Panama City District Area repre-
accept the preliminary drawings for a three A B Dick Prod Co., Sup. ........ 43.28 Wewa Hdwe. Co., Sup. ......... 81.52 sent an increase of about 28 per-
(3) room addition to the George Washing- B. B. Scisson, Refund on trip exp. 117.25 West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Sup. .. 107.84
ton School and transmit them to the State City of Port St. Joe., Water ..... 43.60 St. Joe Auto Parts, Sup. .......... 4.15 cent of last year's figures. There
Department of Education for their approval Smith's Sundries, Sup. ............ 8.54 Breeze Pub. Co., Sup. ........... 24.60
so that we can advertise for bids at the Whatley Typewrit erCo., Serv. & Sup. 54 00 Alvin McGlon's Serv. Gar., Labor .. 80.36 are several reasons for the in-
earliest possible time. All voted yes. Pate's Serv. Center, Serv. & Sup. .. 21.27 John H. McArdle, Labor .......... 76.00
Moved by Whitfield seconded by Pyle that Standard Oil Co., Sup. .......... 646.28 W. T Stafford, Sup .............. 2.00 crease, Carey added. There are
the Board meet to study ways and means Reu-ll's iGA Store, Sup.. ..........5.47 Jeff Plair, Labor & Parts ........ 25.00 more aged people; benefits are now
to move the Home Ec Dept. of the Wewa- S J Taylor, Labor ............ 120 00 C. B. Robinson, Transport Children 40.00 -nd women at
hitchka High School into the main building Science Research Ass., Sup ..... 359.85 Lee Baxter, Labor .............. 32.00 payable to botih men and wonen at
eliminating the present Home Ec. Dept. All Society for Visual Ed., Sup. ........ 9.15 George Wash. Hi School, Refund for age 62; the retirement test for ben-
voted yes. M&S Termite & Pest Con., Serv. .. 40.00 postage, etc ................... 11.00 age 62; the retirement test for ben
The Board re-appointed all school secre- Encyclopedia Britannica, Sup ..... 72.60 Bernard Stewart, Exp. to FEA mtg. 25.00 eficiaries under 'the age of 72 has
tarics. all custodians, all school bus drivers MR&R Truck Co., Frt. .......... 20.5 George M Cox ............ 25.00
and school lunch personnel to their posi- Gulf Oil Corp., Sup. ............ 649.53 Wanda Sandefur, .......... 25.00 been changed to permit the pay
tions for the 1962-63 school year. The Sanfax Corp., Sup........... 19.63 James Traweek, .......... 25.00 ments of some benefits, even
The Board re-appointed the following John E. Land, Haul. Sup.. ....... 20.00 Leroy Bowdoin. .......... 25.00 ents some benefits, even
teachers for the George Washington High Brett Guard Corp., Sup. ........ 105.70 David Nicholson, .......... 25.0o though earnings ,go substantially
School to their positions for the 1962-63 C'&G Sport Goods, Sup............ 23.70 James Faison ............. 25.00
school year: Hl&WB Drew Co., Sup ............ 59.17 Beulah Clark ........... 25.00 over $1200.00; and, less Social Se-
Johnnel Palm, Susie Cooper, Lula Wilson, Educational Record Sales, Sup .... 33.31 Alice Blailock ........... 25.00 curity work credit is needed to
Ulysses Twine, Madeline Wynn, David West Clhemn. Prod., Supl ........ 124.00 Betty Collins ............. 25.00 cur ,y
Jones, Albert R. Wynn, Annie Baker, Jean Charles M. Gardner Co., Sup. ..... 13.57 W&W IGA Foodliner, Sup.......... 12.34 qualify for retirement or .survivors
Peters, Eloise Stallworth, Maye D. Whit- J W Pepper & Son., Sup. ........ 38.99 DISTRICT NUMBER ONE FUND
ley, Annetta Whigham, Christine Williams, Wewa Water Co., Water ......... 25.08 Harland 0. Pridgeon, Cofmis. .... 188.61 benefits.
Charles Osborne, Naomi Lewis, Hamilton Lila S. Brouillette, Exp. to nmt. .. 97.25 BOND FUND NUMBER ONE
Hollins, Jr., Mildred Hollins, Hattie Bailey, A. C. Littleton, Inc., Serv. & Sup. 357.39 Harland 0. Pridgeon, Commis ...... 27.72 The average old-age benefit na-
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Wash 'n wear chevron cords in solid colors;
Doan River woven plaids. Jr. boys 3 to 7; boys'
8 to 16.


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Men's Walking Shorts 99
Wash 'n wear chevron solid color cords and
woven checks. Machine washable. Sizes 29-38.


tionally for December 1961 was
$75.65 for a retired worker. The
average throughout the State of
Florida was $77.49. However, the
average old-age benefit for the
Panama City District Area was
$63.60.
The table below shows the num-
ber and amount of each type -of
benefits being paid in the Panama
City District Area as of December
1961, the date of the latest avail-
able figures:
Beneficiary No. of Total
Group Beneficiaries Pints.


$341,142.00
54,374.00
41,704.00
123,085.00
58,843.00


19,639.00 1


Retired Worker 5,366
Wife or Husband 1,849
Widow or
Widower 786
Mothers and
Children 3,172
Disabled Workers 714
Dependents of Dis-
abled Workers 806


You or someone in your family
may .be 'eligible for Social Security
benefits, but these benefits cannot
be paid unless a claim is filed. Con-


tact your nearest Social ISecurity place in the Easter Design typing
Office. The office for this area is contest sponsored by the Atlantic
locaed a 115Harisn Avnue Busines Coeg, -Was-1 -n-gton, u


located at 1135 Harrison Avenue,
Panama City, Florida, telephone
PO 3-5331.
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S-Sgt. C. R. Langely

Completes Course
SHEPPARD AFB, Texas-Staff
Sergeant Clifford R. Langley of
Wilmington, N. C., is returning to
Dow AFB, Maine, following his .gra-
duation from the United States Air
Force technical training course for
helicopter mechanics here.
Sergeant Langley was trained to
inspect, repair and maintain turbo-
jet and reciprocating engine heli-
copters.
A graduate of New Hanover High
School in Wilmington, he entered
the service in 1952. The sergeant
is the son of TMrs. Bessie Langley
of 304 Wooster St., Wilmington.
Sergeant Langley and his wife,
the former Dora L. Mimns of Port
St. Joe, have a daughter, Lucy.
WASHINGTON HIGH STUDENT
WINS THIRD PLACE
IN TYPING CONTEST
Joyce Leslie, a Junior at Wash-
ington High iSchool, tied for third


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Ferrell. 7
Nedley's Florist (composed of
ID~f NW10 11 l high school students) started things
O V l off with a bang by taking four
straight games from St. Joe Bowl-.
ing Lanes. Charles Zimmerman and
/NWEW E Frank Scott were high men for the --
OE "flower boys" with scores of 544
and 468 respectively. In view of Mr. and Mrs. Coliee Donald
.their fine performances, they had McClain announce the birth of a
to take back seats when Wayeson, Donal.d Dewayne on May 21.
take back seats when Wayne
The 1962 Summer League of the ley's Florist, St. Joe Bowling Smith took to the lanes for St. Joeon May 21.
Port St. Joe Men's Bowling Asso- Lanes, Jensen's Five, and Phillip's I S ow Lanes. Wayne rolled a 239, e r. and Ms. Ezra Clinton Brown-
ciation got off to a big start Mon- 66. Officer for the St. Joe IBowling Lanes. Wayne rolled a 239, ell' announce the birth of a baby
citation got of to a big start Mn- 6. Officers for the St. Joe Su 200 and 172 for a fine 611 series boy, James Clinton on May 19.
day night, May 21. The summer ,Omer League were also elected Mon- Other openers found the Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Miles an-
league was organized with six day night. They are: president, Al 66 "gasers" splitting with Jensen'souce the irth of a baby girl,
teams, which are as follows: Pa Jensen; vice-president, Andy Jor- 5. Warren Yeger led Phillips 66 Gloria ean on M a baby girl,
per Mill, St. Joe Stevedores, Ned- dan; secretary-treasurer, Winton with a 489 series while Grover Ho ria Jean on l-18.
h a 489 series while GrovMr. and Mrs. Niler Hol-s Alfred Miller-
land followed with a 464. Tom
.- Thornton led Jensen's with a 475 gren of Wewahitchka announce the
Series. John McKenzie and Al Jen- birth of a daughter, Terri Renee on
sen followed with a 464 and 463 May 17.
Series respectively. Mr. and Mrs. William Harold
The St. Joe Paper Mill and St.
DRIVE Joe Stevedores split their games
also. F. Etheridge led the "paper
boys" 'with a fine 512 series. The
stevedores were led by Jim Atkin- -
\LL SV son with a 482 series. Gary Manz
ALL SUMMER! followed with a 475.
From the looks of the opening
night, we're sure everyone will en-
payjoy the entire summer season of
bowling. If you are interested in
SJ bowling in the St. Joe Summer
League, be sure to contact one of
the officers or Wayne Smith'at the
bowling alley. The ole "crystal ball"
MA R K I V Cools fast, signs off for this week. See you
dehumidifies. next week in The Star.
Fits almost any car,
transfers easily. 1A
SLip to 24 months to 12-month or12,000. ,
pay. mile warranty. For Job Printing it's tL mi 91
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more fixing up your present car!
it's so easy to go gay and more
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Raffield announce the 'birth of a
son. Joseph Wayne on May 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Woodrow
Barfield announce the 'birth of a
son, Michael Wade on May 16.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)

Washington High
Baccalaureate Set
Baccalaureate services will be
held in the Washington High School
gymnasium Sunday, May 27 at 5:00
p.m.
Rev. C. P. Price, Pastor, Zion
Fair Baptist Church, Port St. Joe,
will deliver the baccalaureate ser-
mon.





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THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1962


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FOR RENT: 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. tfc-4-5
FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak
Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2-
bedroom house. Fenced back yard
on Garrison Ave. hone 227-8536 af-
ter 6:00 p.m. tfe-5-3
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 3
room apt. Heat and water fur-
mished, 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 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
OR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house in Oak Grove, $50.00 mo.
See Bill Carr. tfc-5-24
FOR RENT: Nice furnished 'apart-
mOent for couple only. Mrs. Mor-
gan Jones. Phone 227-7641. .tfc-5-24


CHAIN LINK FENCE
For free estimates cdll C0. A\
Long, phone 227-4686. tfc-2-2u
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, 217-3636.
FOR SALE: One wheel chair. First
class conidtion. Half (price. Mrs.
J. 0. Baggett, Phone 227-7331. 3tp
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.
Phone 229-2591, 1907 Juniper A. 3t
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301
Woodward Ave. FHA approved.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
3751. tfc-5-24
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2
baths, built-in kitchen, disposer,
dishwasher, hardwood floors, fully
insulated, central heat, air condi-
tioned. Carport and living- space,
1240 sq. ft. Corner lot 125'x92'. 2104
Palm Blvd. Call W. L. Winters, ph.
229-.521. tfc-5-24


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I Want To Thank All of My Friends
for their support of my candidacy for re-
election and to humbly and sincerely solicit your con-
tinued support.
You need a man of my experience for the job
and I need the job.
I have given the best years of my life to Gulf
County and if re-elected I will be your full time Coun-
ty Commissioner.
If re-elected, I will be able to retire in four years
and will not seek the office again.
VOTE FOR SUPPORT RE-ELECT

E. C. HARDEN, Sr.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2
QUALIFIED -- EXPERIENCED -- HONEST
for a
FULL TIME COUNTY COMMISSIONER



ELECT -


J. T. 'Ted' Cannon

YOUR
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State Committeemian


DEMOCRATIC PARTY

Elect A Man To This Position Who Can
Represent Gulf County
(Paid Political Advertising)


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W L
Civitans d.. 6 2


FOR SALE: 1962 Fairlane 500.
Take up payments. Call 227-2502.
or write Box 713, Port St. Joe. ltp
FOR SALE: 2 lots at St. Joe Beach.
Two lots from highway on First
Street. See W. L. Smith or phone
227-7776 after 5 .p.m. 4tp-5-24
FOR SALE
Three bedroom house on Marvin.
Only $9,763. Can buy owner's equity
or re-finance.
Two 'bedroom house in Oak Grove
on 60 ft. lot. Can sell for $4,500.
Two bedroom house in good con-
dition on McClellan Avenue. Can
sell 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
furnace in very good condition.
Buy owner's equity for $1,000 and
assume existing mortgage.
Three bedroom house with
breezeway, garage, and oak floors.
On 90x165 ft. lot on Garrison Ave-
nue. To sell for only $350 down
plus closing cost. Balance on FHA
loan.
Two bedroom frame dwelling in
good condition on 15th Street. On-
ly $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
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.
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-
flower, nationwide movers. Call us
for f r ee estimates. SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument
Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18
R. A. M.-Regular convocation ot
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2rnd 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.

A
ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEMR, Sec
All xMaster Masons cordially invited
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
w-'ick expert service. tfe
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All 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, 3092 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. tf
NOTICE
I, Ronald G. Snodgrass will not
be responsible for debts incurred
by anyone other than myself as of
May 18, 1962. 4tp-5-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
MARY R. GRICE,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Mary R. Grice, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within six
(6) calendar months from the date
of the first publication of this no-
tice. Each claim or demand 'must
be in writing and must state the
place or residence and postoffice
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
/s/ SAMUEL R. GRICE
/s/ BEN R. GRICE
Executors of the Estate of
Mary R. Grice, deceased.
May 24, 1962 4t


6 ETAOIN SHRDLU
7 (Continued From Page 1)


distance.
But school just started "last
month" and now it is out next week.
I haven't even become adjusted to
not going to 'the football game on
Friday nights.
What's, that a sign of?
I think it means, we ought to
stick to pushing our own tooth
brush, pump the fly sprayer and
whip our own cream. Time is now
flying by. The Bible states that
time is a fleeting thing and is here


Rotary 6 2
e Boys Baseball Ford Western 3 6
-- Krafties 2 7
Sockys still head up the

w :'an League of the Little Boys
ili League with a perfect Jaycees Win Honors
,; of nine wins and no losses (Continued From Page 1)
"u.day of this week, accord- curity", was named third place win-
L. mar Moore, player man- ner in the contest. Robbie was one
l he Civitan and Rotary Clubs of 4,264 young people throughout
,re Lied for first place in the Na- the State of Florida who entered
tional League 'with six wins, two the contest.
losses and a tie each. First prize in the contest was a
Play in both Leagues of the base- $2,000.00 scholarship at the Univer-
ball organization will continue on sity of Miami.
Thursday, Friday, Monday and The Port St. Joe Club was also
Tuesday of the coming week. Games named 'to first place ian' the com-
start in each league each evening munity development activities in
at 5:00 p.m. Night games will begin cities of 10,000 and under. Port St.
after school is out on June 1. Joe Jaycees won its recognition for
The complete standings are as its work in planning, presenting
follows: and instigating the street lighting
AMERICAN LEAGUE program recently completed in
W L Port St. Joe.
Sockys 9 0
TardStars 5 4


BOOST PORT ST. JOE!
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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


SELECT --

SS. C. PLAYER
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 3

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


Thank you for


YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT

IN THE FIRST PRIMARY


Your Continued Cooperation

Will Be

tAppreciated



ELECT

WILLIAM J. (Billy)




RISH

YOUR


REPRESENTATIVE


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but -for just a little while-we be-
lieve it.
But one thing for certain, the
thrill of a big bream on th'e end of
a cane pole is just the same. This
should mean that it would 'be bet-
ter for man to go fishing more to
sort of regain his. composure from
"fleeting time". And the 1,500 men
and maybe the 1,500 women who
read this issue of The :Star will
find this advice most easy to take.
.* **.:.
We know the County Road De-
,partment is low on ;money. As a
matter of tact, 'all but necessary
operations have been curtailed by
the Department.
But, a matter is a.t hand, we be-
lieve, that is necessary enough to
warrant some of the County Road
Department's work.
It is summer vacation, time in
Gulf County and more than ever
the vacation dollar is getting to 'be
a major portion of Gulf's economy.
,For this reason, we think it would
be money well spent for the county
to haul in some clay or oyster shell
to place on the boat loading ramps
built on the beach a few years ago.
The loading ramps are now cov-
ered over 'by sand,' as everybody
linew they eventually would be. A
good place to load and unload boats
in important in a water tourism
area.


-UMI


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 vote of confidence is
greatly appreciated even though I was not successful.
May I also offer my sincerest congratulations to
my successful opponents.

PRESTON T. McCORMICK


Your Continued Vote and

Support Will Be Appreciated
I would like to tell you how much I apprec-
iate the fine vote and support you gave me in my
quest for office in the first Democratic Primary
Election. Your kindness and your faith in me and
ability to serve you has touched me deeply. I here-
by renew my promise to serve you faithfully if you
select me as your County Commissioner from Dis-
trict 2 on May 29.
Thank you,

JAMES G. McDANIEL
(Paid Political Advertising)


Jerry Carter S ay


I want to thank al the good citizens
of Florida, especially the ladies and
their organizations, as well as the
men and theirs, and also the mem-
bers of the Junior Chamber of Commerce
and Young Democrats for the magnificent
support they gave me in the first primary.
and solicit their activity and vote in my
behalf in the coming run-off primary.
In the first primary LA out of the State's
Jerry Carter LEAD in W 67 Countiesl
4A O Counties each gave Jerry Carter
40 MORE VOTES then a other oppon-
ents combined!
t A Counties each placed Jerry Carter
20 FIRST with a big ma'orty -in ech of
these Counties.

JERRY CARTER has saved the
Florida Residents nearly. .

$200,000,000.
ON ELECTRICITY, GAS and PHONE BILLS.

A PROVEN RECORD' NOT PROMISES
TALLAHASSEE AREA Jerry Carter was directly responsible for refunds
to the customers of Southeastern Telephone Company in North Central
and Northwest Florida of nearly $1 million.
SOUTH FLORIDA Four (4) separate rate&reductions on Florida Power
and Light Co. were ordered by the commission in 1957 reducing
electric light rates $4,725,000 annually. Another" $200,000 in '60, an-
other 6V million in 960 and another for $2 million. Total nearly $15
million in this vast area alone. "
PENSACOLA The Commission ordered Wite reductions of $257,501
annually went into effect January !958-.(Gulf Power Co.)
JACKSONVILLE Refunds in gas amounted'to $105,727 (Jacksonvile
Gas Co.)
MADISON -. Commissioner Carter brought before the commission the
phone company serving Madison, into a public hearing on rates and an
inadequate and inefficient service. Charges were cut ONE HALF! This
action spurred other phone companies in the state to install more
modem and efficient equipment under the supervision and through
the cooperation of your Comminsdoner Jerry Carter and the Commis-
sion.
ALL FLORIDA Reduced rates fornatural gas fve gone into effect al
over the state by order of the Commission. Jerry Carter's first act was
to urge investigation and it resumed im the first statewide 10 percent
reduction of exchange phone charges; and abolded a 50c per month
charge for desk and hand phones.
Re-Elect JERRY W. *

CARTER -COMMISSIONER
FLORIDA RAILROAD & PUBLIC UTILITIES Group 2
(Paid Bo itical Advertistment)


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1962



DEAR FELLOW CITIZENS:

GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


I have served for four years as your

School Board Member, faithfully and im-

partially. I believe I have done a good

job, and I believe most of you think so too.


Therefore, on the basis of this and my

sincere pledge to you that I will continue to

do the best that I can for the schools of

Gulf County, I humbly ask you for your

vote and support, Tuesday, May 29th.


Sincerely yours,



OTIS PYLE

(Paid Political Advertising)


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


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