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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 31, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE S TAR

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


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORI A


THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1962


NUMBER 34


Incumbents Ousted In County Race,




Williams Edges Rish For State Rep.



McDaniel, Player Win Commission i

~---.-- Races; Ferrell and Cannon Victors


Wilc-ife Management OffiCer Laomas -eacher. A- ,ae rig: 8is Mrs. -oy ILatc-cox,.
McDaniell explains to Port St. Joe, Elemen- parent, Mrs. Helen Burkett, teacher and'
tary -School sixth graders what prevention Mrs. R. B. Richardson, parent. In the
of forest fires means to fishing and hunt- lower photo, County Agent, Cubie Laird
ing ini Gulf County. Standing at left of explains the value in conservation of for-
the display is Frank Barnes, sixth grade est fire prevention. (SJPC photos)


The Florida State Health Depart-
ment mobile X-ray will be in down-
town Port St. Joe tomorrow and
:Saturday, parked in front-of Smith's
Pharmacy, offering free chest X-
rays to the public. The X-rays de-
tect tuberculosis, heart trouble and
uing cancer. The X-ray unit's local
visit is being sponsored by -the
Gulf County TB and Health Com-
mittee and the Gulf County Health
Department.
The unit will be operating 'be-
tween 10 a.m. and 1 pan. and/8 to
6 p.m. both days.
Tuesday, the unit will be at Mc-
Noill's Store in Indian Pass from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m
On Tuesday, the unit will oper-
ate near the Stebel home in White
City from 3 to 5 p.m.
'- Tuesday afternoon trom 6 to 8,
the unit.will be in North Port St.
.Joe in front of the 'Chitty building.
On-Wednesay 'and Thursday of
next week, the X-ray will be park-
ed at the St. Joe Paper 'Company
from %'to 9 a.m. and- 2 to 5 p.m.:
Wednesday 'and 6 to 8 a.m. Thurs-
day. Thursday afternoon of next
week the unit-will be at the High-
land View Post Office from 3 to 5
p.m. adn at Kenny's Mill from 6
to 8 p.n.
The Gulf County TB and Health
Association and the Gulf County
Health Department urges everyone
to take 'advantage of the free X-
ray services. There isa no undress-
ing and it only 'takes a minute to
have your X-ray made.

Kindergarten to Present

Its Closing Program

On Thursday, May 31 at 7:30
p.m. in the High School Gymnasium
the Jack and Jill Kindergarten
will present its closing program
entitled, 'A Review of the 1961-
62 Activities."
The graduation part of the pro-
gram will' be 'held in the high school
auditorium. Immediately following
the exercises in 'the gym.
The public is cordially invited,


Adult institute To

Graduate Class
Graduation exercises will be held
tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. in the
Port St. Joe High School Auditor-
ium for seniors in 'the Adult Educa-
tion classes. ,
H. F. Ayers is director of the
Gulf County Adult Institute which
conducts the classes.
The program will include the in-
vocation' by Harvie Kennedy; the
welcome to guests by Clara Coojey;
announcements by H. F. Ayers;
presentation of diplomas by Tom
qwens, Gulf County Superintendent
of Public Instruction and the bene-
diction by. Rev. Reuben .Davis.
The main address of the .evening
will be given 'by Rev. Reuben Da-
s1,
Those receiving diplomas will be:
Catherine Adams, .Charlie W. Also-
brook, Theva Campbell, -Clara Coo-
ley, Jewel C'ovington, Dollie Dady,
Jerry Giddiens, James Godwin,
Donald Goodson, George Herring,
Mary Lou Hudson, Tanya Johnson,
Harvie Kennedy, Roy Lollie, R. W.
Maness, Peavy Minms, Betty Mc-
Ardle, Joseph Pippin, Charles W.
Smith and Sally' L. White.


Jitney Jungle

Opens Today

A new super market opened' its
doors in Port St. Joe this morning
with the opening of 'the ,itney Jun-
gle Super Market 'on the corner of
Fourth' street and Reid Avenue in
the old Hallmark Department' Stre
building.
The new super market Is ow*i ed
'by Sunshine .Super Markets, lnc.,
oef Pafiama.'City, owners of seven
Jirney Junilgle nar kets. in UBa'.Coun-
'tfy'and 'several Jitney Jr. stores.
The local stoie :will' b6d maiaged
by Brady Wells; now residing at
401.14th Street, Port St. Joe and,
the -market will be' managed by
Herschel 'Stephens, formerly of
Marianna. :
The new market will feature Du
,bujue meats, 'dispensed in' self-er-
vice counters.-
According to : Jimmy Lewis, Su-
oervisor' for 'Sunshine 'Super Mar-
kets, free parking will be available
'on the vacant lots next to the new
Super Market. The parking lot wiMl
be paved in the ,next few weeks.
The n'ew 'store is completely ait
'conditioned and. gives Grand Prize
trAding stamps. '
' Lewis said the local' tore will be
kept fully stocked from ithe firm's
giant warehouse in .Panama City
with a full line of foodstuffs, fresh,
frozen and canned. The market will
feature the Jitney Jungle and fa-
mous brand labels.

Brush Fires 'Still Plague
Volunteer Fire Department
Again this week, pesky brush
fires have kept 'the Port St. Joe
Volunteer Fire Department on the
go.
'Four times this week-three
times: Tuesday and once Wednes-
'day 'a brush .~ire behind Washing-
ton High School has called 'the de-
partmient out. Each time, the fire
was apparently -put out, but pos-
sibly: a spark. left in 'this extreme
dry weather has flared up 'again.
Wednesday morning at 11:00 a.m.
a 1962 sedan caught fire on Reid
Avenue, but was quickly put out
before much damage resulted.


Pupils Learn Value

of "Green" Forests

Again -this year, sixth grade pu-
pils of Gulf County schools were
shown an educational display on
,the prevention of forest fires. ,
'On May 21, classes taught by
Ohap Millergren and Mrs. Madge
Semmes *of W.ewahitchka: visited
the display. May 22, classes of
,Frank Barnes and Mrs. Burkett of
Port St. Joe; May 23, classes of
Bill Barlow of Port-St. Joe "nd Mrs.
Pasco Gibson of Highland View;
May 24, Classes of Madeline C.
Wynn of Washington High :School
and Mrs. Gwendolyn -Ingram of
Carver High School. Approximately
200 sixth grade pupils in all were
shown the display which was set
up at the White City Tower of' the
Florida Forest Service.
The St. Joe-Paper Company tur-
nished soft drinks to all the viasi-
tors. .
The show area-at White City was
divided into six sections. The tower
was "Detection and, ommiunca-
tiona". Ranger Milton Strength
-displayed the study on "Preven-
tion". Wildlife officer Thomas Mc-
Daniel Instructed -the visitors 'on
'the interest of the Game and-resh
Water Fish Commission onftire pre-
vention. County Agent Cuble Laird
-showed a display for the University
of Florida on the progtim of re-
forestration. Fire fightikig equip-
ment was displayed 'by John Red-
mon and' Arche shalll. Farm
,Forester Joe Maxwell had the Farm
Forester station and told the kids
of the duties of his Job and showed
them how to tell the age of tree
with a boring tool.
The wildlife aspect of the pro-
gram was something new ln the
annual and was well presented by
Thomas McDaniell and enjoyed by
the children.
aThe demonstrations were held by
the Gulf County unit of the Florida
Forest service and the local fire
prevention committee with the co-
operation of the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, The Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission and the
Agricultural Extension Service.
Ranger Milton Strength was in
charge *f the program.

U. of F. 'Expediment Station
Sets Up Shop In Gulf County

On Wednesday, May 23, the Flor-
ida Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion in Gainesville established a
seven-acre slash pines phosphorus
fertilization study, at Cypress Creek
An Gulf County on Highway 71. This
study was begun in cooperation
with St. Joe Paper Co., Florida Ag-
ricultural Chemical Co., Pierce,
Florida, and Ouble R. Laird, Gulf
County Agent. The Experiment
Station will keep records and make
determinations over a period ot,
several years, to determine the ef-
fects of different rates of phos-

phorus fertilization on the growth
of the pines on the wet, grassy,
treeless lands in our section of the
state.


Persistent Ben- C. Williams has
apparently won his first term in
the Florida Legislature after three
tries at the seat, as a result of
Tuesday's second primary Democra-
tic election.
Williams edged out William J.
(Billy) tLish by 31 votes as a result
of the Tuesday balloting.
These returns are unofficial
with no vote canvassing made on
'Wednesday, as normally would
be the case, because of the Me-
morial day holiday. 'Forty-one ab-
sentee votes are still to be count-
ed which could change the re-
sults of the Representative race.
The absentees are not expected
to change the results, however.
as Williams needs only six of the
absentees to retain his victory.
OTHER RACES DECIDED
The 41 absentee ballots will have
no effect on the remainder of the
races, however. James McDaniel of
Wewahitcbka unseated incumbent
,. C. Harden, Sr., by 304 votes to
galn his first term as County Com-
missioner. McDaniel posted 1,637
votes to 1,333 for Harden McDaniel
carried a large majority in High-
land View and White City and a
comfortable margin in Port St. Joe
to gain his victory.
Highland ,View :merchant 'Silas
C. Player finally won out over his
opponent, James Horton by 447
votes to gain his first term onr the
County Board. Player was the win-
ner out of a field of even to seek
ithe -post of Mrs. G. 'S. -Croxton who
did not eek re-election. Player 'car-
ried' virtually eVery "precinct with
the exception of One in Wewabitch-
ka,_ White City 'and 11 in Port St.
Joe.
Joe' Ferrell unseated Incumbent.
Otis Pyle by '250 votes in his' bid
for .the School Board. Ferrell polled
1,604 votes to 1,364 orPyle. Pyle. Fer-
'rell ran well throughout the Coun-
ty and carried all precincts except
Dalkeith, Kenney's .Mill and 'num-
ber Eight- in Port St. Joe.
Despite a predominately heavy
vote for D. L. (Buster) Owens in
his home town of Wewahitchk.a,
Ted Cannon of Port St. Joe made
a successful race for Democratic
Committeeman and defeated Ow-
lens 1,637 to 1,333. %-annon gained
his victory despite the fact that he
carried less precincts than any of
-the other winners. Cannon carried
White City, Highland View, Ken-
ney's Mill and all four precincts in
Port St. Joe.
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Carp's,.Store Having

Its First Birthday

Carp's Department Store is ob-
serving its first anniversary 'of bus-
iness in Port St. Joe beginning this
week end, according to local man-
ager Ken Cox.
The Carp's organization purchas-
'ed the local store, along with sev-
e'oral other .stores in West Florida,
Alabama and Mississippi from the
Olen chain last June.
The Carp's store is observing its
first anniversary here with a big
sale to continue through June 9.


BOY SCOUT QUEEN-Pictured above is Miss Flora Nell
Walker, who was chosen "Queen" of the Troop 47 Boy
Scout Circus, presented here last Friday night. Miss
Walker will, be -official Boy Scout Queen until the circus
is presented again next year. According to Scoutmaster
J. T. Simpson, gate receipts for the circus were the biggest
ever, but no count has been made as yet to ascertain the
profit made by the show. Funds from the show are used
to send Boy Scouts to summer camp. In the bottom photo
.a "renegade" group of Scouts entered their own candidate
for "Queen", but "she" obviously couldn't meet the high
standards set by-Miss Walker. ,


Dickinson Speaks To Rotary Club

George Dickinson, -District En- through highway allowing access to
gineer for the State Road Depart- the state from all main directions
meant of Chipley, told the Rotary at a cost of some $41 billion. The
Club of 'the State of Florida's new Federal government is bearing 90%
proposed interstate road system at of the cost of 'this program which
the club's regular meeting last is scheduled for completion in 1972.
Thursday. Ultimately the Florida interstate
Dickinson showed a movie of the system will 'tie in with other sye-
history of the road -system of Flor- teams which will allow a motorist to
ida including the present interstate drive from Florida to California
system plans. with crossing a cross road or a rail-
In 1918, the State Road Depart- road crossing.
ment spent $475,000 on Florida When completed, Flolda's Inter-
roads compared with a proposed ex- state system will make up about
penditure of $200 million this year. two percent of the state's highway
The new Interstate road program mileage and will carry 20% of state
will be composed of 1100 miles of traffic.


68 Seniors Receive Diplomas At Graduation Exercises Tues.


Port St. Joe High School graduat-
ed a class of 68 seniors Tuesday
night, in a simple but inspiring
ceremony.
Talks given by the six graduates
with the highest scholastic aver-
,ages, indicated that the seniors had
been endowed with something oth-
er than 'reading, writing and arith-
metic" in their 12 years of school-
ing. The addresses gave the indica-
tion that the class 'of young men
and women realize their responsi-
bilities and are ready 'to meet them.
Miss Kay Creech was the first
speaker using as her subject, "To
College". Miss Creech stated that
she realized 'the student must edu-
cate himself and take advantage of


every facility. and opportunity of- Outer Space" recognized the task
fered him to reach this goal. ahead for the youth of today for
. David Nance spoke on "To Armed carrying out the U. S. projected
Forces". David too realized the space program of putting man on
need for. higher learning 'by urging other planets.
that graduates going into service Miss Mickey Thompson summed
take advantage of the many eduea- up the talks by speaking on "The
tional opportunities offered. Challenge of These New Horizons
Mary Dell Ramsey, -speaking on, to Sentors". She said that the bud-
"To Marriage", accepted the role ding adults need two things to car-
as the makers of he families of ry out their task- A dream and the
tomorrow and charged her class- will to carry it out. She declared
mates to make the best homes pos- there were always new horizons to
sible. She also stressed the need conquer and courage to meet the
for and the value of training in challenge would see them through.
homemaking offered by the public AWARDS GIVEN
schools which help to make a home Several awards were-given by
of strong and confident leadership. the school and different organiisa-
Fred Joines, speaking on "To tions of the city to the following


students:
Rotary Trophy: Mildred Tiliman
and Joe Whaley.
The American Legion Trophies
were awarded to Brenda Ward and
Richard .Thompson.
The Kiwanis Mathematics and
:Science award went ,to David Nance
with Kay Creech receiving a spe-
cial award.
Gulf County Education Associa-
tion Teacher Scholarship Awari of
$300. was awarded to Kay Creech.
Miss Creech was also awarded
the Beta Sigma Phi $100.00 scholar-
ship.
The National Honor Society of
Port St. Joe High School made the
following awards.


Band, Richard Thompson, and
Fred Joines.
Bookkeeping, James Kena-'dy.
Intramural Council, Chesley Fen-
som.
Library work, Norma To.d.
School Annual Editor, Brenda
Ward.
I2Edlta Chapter, National Honor
Society, $100.00 scholarship, C. J.
Giddlens.
Student Council President, Rich-
ard Thompson.
History, Sue Durant.
English, Mickey Thompson.
Cheerleader, Mildred Tilman.
School Spirit, Pat Kerrigan.
Industrial Arts, Paul Presnell.
Typing, Faye Key.


Future Teacher's Association,
Mercedes Sheppard.
Superintendent Thomas A. Owens
,presented the diplomas after which
the class sang the school Alma Ma-
ter and the program was ended by
'the benediction by Richard Thomp-
son.
Others on the program were
Chesley Fensom 'who pronounced
'the Invocation; Roy Gibson, JI.
Rev. J. J. Hill, Walter C. Dodeon,
James Moore, Mrs. Dave Jones and
Leroy Bowdoin, who presented the
awards.
Music was provided by the Port
St. Joe High School Band under the
direction of Herman Dean.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1962 der for the meeting and introduced
the speaker.
SAt the 'business session, preced-
Mrs. Lila Brouillette Gives Lecture to ing the luncheon, which was held
Sh lan the Chipola Auditorium, new of-
Delta KappaGamma at Chipola Collegefor the bennium 1962-64were
Da installed. Officers installed were:
President, Mrs. Gladys Jones, Pan-
Mrs. Lila Brouillette, of Port St. is she a talented artist !but she is ama City; first vicespresident, Mrs.
Joe, was .the. featured speaker at a forceful speaker and illustrator Myrtle Chmpbell, Graceville; see-
the luncheon meeting of Phi Chap- as well. She gave an illustrated Tec- ond vice president, Miss Gladys
ter, Delta Kappa Gamma, held at tur eon: "Adventuring In Art: Op- Riley, Panama City; recording sec-
the Chipola College Cafeteria in portunities Unlimited't and pointed rta Mrs. Iris Hoop, Paaina
Marianna Saturday. Mrs. Brouil- out the career and leisure time op- City; treasurer, Mrs. Lois Enflnger,
letter is :Supervisor of Art in the portunities open in the broad and Lynn Haven; parliamentarian, Mrs.
schools of Gulf County and is a fascinating area of art. Edith Stone, Lurlene Da'bbs, Panama City.
member of Phi Chapter. Not only of Marianna, was the program lea- Delta Kappa Gamma is an inter-
national organization of outstand-
Iing women educators. Phi Chapter

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have excelled in their particular
specialities and have shown out-
standing leadership qualities. Its
membership approximately 10% of
the total women educators in the
area and is a-representative cross-
section of the varied ,educational
fields-administrative, supervisory,
classroom teaching and specialized
services. Educators from kinder-
garden through college level are
represented.
Also at the business session, Mrs.
Mildred Campbell, retiring presi-
dent, gave a summary of accom-
plishments of the group during the
past two years. The chapter had
been especially active in leader-
ship -activities throughout the state
and international organizations. It
was one of the official hostesses to
the international convention held
in Miami during the summer.


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Several members were cited for
having promoted the purposes of
the organization. by teaching and
traveling abroad. Other members
improved professional status, au-
thored 'books and served the entire
field of education by textbook
evaluation, pioneering special ser-
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The chapter voted to contribute
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Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship
funds.


Banquet Honors

Graduating Seniors

On Saturday night, May 19, the
Juniors 'of Port St. Joe High 'School
entertained the .Seniors with a ban-
quet at Van Horn's Beach Club.
Members and sponsors of the two
classes enjoyed a delicious buffet
dinner.
Harold Keels was master of cer-
-emonies for the evening. Following
'the invocation by Principal Leroy
Bowdoin, the welcome was given
by Wally Dodson, representing the
Juniors, with a response by George
Duren, president of the Senior
class. The prophecy for the Seniors
was given. 'by Jan Rawls and Ralph
Elliot. Ellen Kennington and Fred
Joines read the Last Will and Tes-
tament of the Seniors. A group of
seniors sang their class song and
a farewell song was sung to the
seniors by members of the Junior
Class.
Following the banquet and pro-
gram, music for dancing was fur-
nished by the Exotics.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bobby King an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Patricia Diane on May -25.
Mr. 'and Mrs. P. R. Peak an-
nounce the birth of a son, !Steven
Conrad on May 26.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)

Linda Price To Represent
Port St. Joe At Girl's State

Miss Linda Price, daughter of,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Price, 'has been
selected to represent Port St. Joe
High School at Girls' State in
June. 4She' is sponsored by the
American Legion Auxiliary, Willis
B. Rowan, Post 112. Approximately
365 girls, sponsored by American
Legion Auxiliaries throughout the
state, will be in Tallahassee for a
week 'to study government.
She is a member of the Presby-
terian -Church and is active in
youth work. She Is presently a Jun-
tor ta Port St. Joe High School,
and this year has been a member
of the Junior Executive Board as
treasurer of her homeroom and is
on the Stac House Committso. She
is a member of the National Honor
Society and has been elected trea-
surer of that organization for next
year.
Last Saturday Linda attended a
luncheon in Sneads, for the pur-
pose of becoming acquainted with
other girls from this district who
have been selected to attend Girls'
State this year. Also present at .the
meeting were. girls from Tallahas-
see, Marianna, Sneads and Grand
Ridge. Girls who had attended
Girls' .Stat ein 1960 and 1961 spoke
in an interesting way creating their
experiences and offering sugges-
tions to those who will attend this
year. Each girl brought out the fact
that attendance at Girl's State had
been a highlight in her life and an
experience which would long be
remembered.

Piano Recital Set
For Friday, June 1
Mrs. Jacquelyn Quarles will pre-
sent her piano pupils in a recital
Friday night, June 1 at 7:30 p.m.
in Fellowship Hall, First Methodist
Church.
Those appearing on the program
will be: Jae Frieda Joines, Char-
otte Marshall, David Babbit, Becky
Sendrix and Henry Lillus.
Ushers for the program will b(
Fran Hannon and Carolyn Oarr.
The public is cordially invited tc
attend.
-DOWDS WILL ATTEND
30WD8 WILL ATTEND


GRADUATION EXERCISES
Mr. 'and Mrs. Josepb Dowd wil'
attend the 'graduation .exercises 0s
Stone Ridge Country Day Scho&(
of the Sacred Heart. June 7 W'
Washington, D. C. Their daughte-
Kathleem, is a member of the gra1
eating class
His Excellency, Most Reverer 1
Ogidio Vagnozzi, D. D., Apostol](
delegate will preside.


A MAJOR "OPERATION" is performed by one of the
clowns in the annual Boy Scout Circus last Friday night.
An "amputated" arm is shown in the foreground with the
"doctor" busily "removing" a head. (photo by SJPC)


Sunday, May 20 was annual
,intermediate day in the First
Baptist 'Church.
The activities began at 8:00 a.
m. when. the 'teachers -and young-
sters met in 'the home of the De-
partment 'Superintendent, Mrs.
W. Ramsey. After a short devo-
tional by the pastor, Rev. C. By-


ron Smith, those present were
served orange juice, coffee amst
doughnuts. They then went to-the
church for .the :Sunday iSchool
hour. Afterwards,-the intermed-
iates made up ithe choir for the
Morning worship services of the
church.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1962

j Minutes of the
V- unty Commission
WEWAHITCH-KA, FLORIDA
May 22, 1962
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met
this .date in regular session with
the following members present:
E, C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Leo
Kennedy, Neva Croxton, A. J.
Strickland and James H. Greer.
The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, En-
gineer and Road .Supt. were also
present. .
The meeting came to order at
6:30 p.m. The Chairman opened the
meeting 'with prayer.
The Chairman announced that
the first business would be that of
continuing the discussion with the
property owners from the Honey-
ville, Dalkeith -area with reference
to their request made to the Board
at the meeting of April 24, 1962, to
'have the State establish an official
survey line in -their part of the
County.
The Clerk informed the Board
that invitations to attend this meet-
ing were mail-ed to H. R. Maige and
J. B. Hathaway; hat J. B. Hatha-
way notified the Board by postal
card that he would not be present,
and that he would not make he
survey in question but that H. R.
Maige filed notice that he would
be present.
The Board expressed its regrets
that Mr. Hathawap did not see fit
to attend this meeting and because
he indicated that he would not
make the survey that is in ques-
tion.
Luke Taunton informed the
Board that he favored Hathaway
making the survey, 'but if he saw
fit not to make the survey, that
the land owners want a line sur-
veyed from the North end of the
County to the 'South end of the
County; that the land owners will
accept any qualified surveyor work;
that he thinks the Government
owes that type service to the peo-
ple of Gulf County because there is
not a survey corner in the county
that -can be proved correct.
H. R. Maige informed the Board
that the statements made .by Mr.
Taunton were not altogether cor-
rect, because a number of estab-
lished corners in the County have
'been proved correct according to
the original U. S. Survey. He said
'that it seems that many surveyors
-try ito disapprove a corner rather
than accepting it as being correct;
the Morehead surveyors have ac-
cepted many established corners in
the county.
Mr. Maig.e then 'told -of some of
the dangerous ,problems that can
,be expected if the U. S. Govern-
ment is called into -establish 'a line
and that such a survey would cost
someone fro m$500.00 up.
Lawrence Abrew told the Board
that he -thinks ,that the Government
owes the people a survey that all
could depend on, 'but that the peo-
ple in his area will not ipay for
'the survey. Roy Hodges stated that
he has no complaint about his small
lot, but he would like to see a line
established to 'help his neighbors
and ith, he would be willing to pay
a small 'amount on 'the 'bill.
After much consideration the
Board decided to present this' ques-
tion to Congressman Bob Sikes
and -ask him for information, as to
what type of 'help the Governnment,
can offer in -the problem and how
much it will cost.
The -Chairman informed th e
Board that the City of Port St. Joe
was not satisfied -with arrange-
ments 'between, the C'ounty and
City for the use of the Centennial
Building -for the first primary elec-
tion. The letter stated that much

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trash was left on 'the floor of the
building and around the yard and
that proper arrangements were not
made for the poll holders to enter
the building. Commissioner Ken-
'nedy said that there must have
been some misunderstanding, be-
cause he had personally 'made all
the arrangements concerning the
use of the building.
The Board entered into a discus-
sion with reference to so many peo-
ple calling on the county for wel-'
fare aid and many of them inform-
ing the Board that the State Wel-
fare Workers told them that they
would get financial aid from the
county. After consideration, the
Board instructed the Clerk to write
to the local welfare workers and
ask them not -to 'tell any of their
applicants that the county'will give
them assistance, because county
welfare funds are almost depleted.
The City of Wewahitchka pre-
sented the following resolution for
this Board to act upon. After con-
sideration, there was a motion by
Commissioner Greer, seconded by
Comm. Croxton and unanimously
carried, that the County approve
said resolution, to-wit:


Clerk of Circuit Court of .Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, to 'be filed and record-
ed in his office.
INTRODUCED AND PASSED by
the City Commission of the City of
Wewahitchka, Florida, a regular
meeting held on the 5th day of De-
cember, A. D., 1956.
THOMAS McDANIEL
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
J. A. WHITFIELD,
City Clerk
INTRODUCED AND PASSED by
the City Commission of the City of
Wewahitchka, Florida, at a regu-
lar meeting held on May 14, 1962.
(SEAL) Harold B. Canning
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Adele Lister
City Clerk
I hereby certify that the -above
and foregoing is a true and correct
copy of Resolution No. 320 as pas-
sed by the City Commission of the
City of Wewahitchka, Florida, on
the 14th day of May, A. D. 1962.
Adele Lister (SEAL)
Notary Public, State of Florida
at Large. My Commission Expires
Feb. 7, 1966. Bonded by American
Surety Co. of N. Y.


RESOLUTION NO. 320
WHEREAS; Mr. A. J. Strickland The Board discussed the matter
has requested that the 'City of We- of a County Employee continuing
wahitchka, Florida recognize Reso- to work after he reaches 65 years
lution No. 215, and of age. The Board decided not to
WHEREAS, ,this Resolution was set a policy in this matter 'at this
passed by the City Commission time.
serving the City of Wewahitchka Commissioner Greer told the
in 1955-56, and Board that a number of people
WHEREAS, Mr. :Strickland has have requested him to look nto
in 'his possession cancelled check the matter of erecting a wayside
dated January 4, A. D. 1956, for tark or ohe county property in
payment to the City for notice of Beacon Hill. It was decided that an
proceedings for closing, as publish- appointmeill. It wase maid with the
ed in the Gulf County Breeze, the Statppe Road Department bto see thf
legal organ of the City of Wewa- such a plan can be worked out.
hitchka, Florida, appearing in the The Clerk reported that pursuant
issue of Tursday Novmbr 17 to notice published according to
NOW THEREOFRE, BE IT law, that a public auction 'sale was
SOLVED BY THE CITY COMMIS- held on May 15, 1962, at 2:00 p.m.,
SION OF THE CITY OF WEWA- EST at Beacon Hill, Florida, offer-
HITCHKA, FLORIDA: ing for sale the following 'described
JHlITCKA, sLOIDiA: real estate"
Section, 1. That the City Commis- Lots 18 and 20, Block 13, Beacon
sion concur with the actions of the Hill Subdivision, according to the
City Commission serving the city official PlaSubdivisiont threofrding to
of Wewahitchka, Florida during the official Plat thereof,
fiscal year 1955-56, by recognizingthatthefollowing high bids wceved
as having -been duly ,passed by .that received:
Commission, -the following Resolu- Ted Whitfeld Lt- 380.00 375.00
tion: R. D. Prows ... 100.00
RESOLUTION NO. 215 and B. Dunlap 00.00
WHEREAS, The Board of Pub- Garland B. Dunlap 400.00 400.00
WHElic Instruction of Gulf County, After consideration, there was a
lic Instruction of Gulf County, motion by Commissioner Greer, sec-
Florida, and A. J. Strickland have motioned by Commissioner KGrennedy
requested that the City of Wewa- ndednaoub y Comm issioner Kennedy
hitchka, Florida, close, vacate and and unanimously carried, that the
abandon a certain -alley-way here- 'County sell said lots ,-to the high
abandon a certain alleyway here- bidder, Mr. Garland B. Dunlap at
WHatter described; and of Public his bid of $400.00 each, 'that the
WHEREAS, The Board of Public Chairman and Clerk, be and they
Instruction of Gulf County, Florida, are hereby authorized to execute
and A. J. Strickland are the own- a deed for said ots tothe said ar-
ers 'of the lands 'abutting said -alley- a deed for B. Dunlap
way and said alley-way serves no -Commissioner 'Croxton discussed
useful purpose to the public; and the matter of a county drainage
WHEREAS, This Board hason private property in
listed a notice to the public advis- the Overstreet area and said that
ing all interested persons to appear he owner of the property wanted
and be heard on this question and the owner of the propertych. The
no person voiced or filed any ob- B'the ountyrd requested Commissioneve he ditch. The
sections to the closing and vacat- Board requested Commissioner
ing of such alley-way by the City Strickland to check on this mat-
at the time specified in said No- The Boardr. discussed the need of
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IE RE- certain road work in the Highland
SOLVED-BY THE CITY COMMIS- View -area, but because of the ex-
SIONL OF THE CITY OFIWEWA- pense involved the work cannot be
HITCHKA, FLORIDA: doneat this time.
HITCHKAThe Board approved the follow-
'Section 1. That the following de- The Board approved the fowitollow-
scribed alley-way, twenty (2-0) feet hospital bills, to-wi St. Joe,
in width in the City 'of Wewahitch- Municipal Hospital, Port St. Joe,
kain idth in the City o Wsame is Florida for: David P. McCoy, $75.00.
ka, Florida, be and the d as Calhoun General Hospital, Blount-
a puhereby vacated andy-w aanoned as stown, Florida for Danny Hysmith,
That certain alley, 'being twenty $75. 00.
(20) -feet in width lying -between The Civil Defense Director ap-
B-loks 'D" and "E" of Alder- peared beforee the Board and dis-
son's Addition -to Wewahitchka, cussed the matter of securing a
Florida, according to 'the official storage space for all of the county
plat thereof on file in the office Civil Defense equipment and said
'of the Clerk of Circuit Court of -that the -City of Port St. Joe has
Gulf County, Florida. offered storage space in the Cen-
Section 2. That a copy of this tennial Building and an area in the
Resolution -be furnished ,o 'the yard at said Building for the large
Equipment. After discussion the
Board gave its approved of -the
storage site and directed the Direc-
0 TO0 SERVICE tor to ma-e ,the -proper arrange-
ments with the City of Port :St. Joe.
The Chairman -announced that
)LL FILM SERVICE the Board will meet at 9:00 A.M.,
May 28, 1962, for the purpose of
COMMERCIAL preparing the ballot boxes.
K and WHITE COLOR There'being no further business,
the meeting did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
ST U I D 0 George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
SI Clerk 'Chairman
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CHIPS Twins 59c
Regular Size Bars
CAMAY SOAP 10c
Bath Size Bars
CAMAY SOAP 2 for 29c
Regular Size Bars
ZEST SOAP 2 for 29c
Bath Size Bare
ZEST SOAP 2 for 39c
Detergent
DREFT reg. size 35e
Liquid Detergent
JOY 12 oz. 35c
Giant Pkg. Detergent
TIDE 74c
Premium Detergent
DUX starter size 55c
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Detergent Tablets
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'iTE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida .- THURSDAY, MAY'31, 1962 Billy Docskery, Mrs. Lenero Con- some of the things they make. Mem-
ger, Mrs. Bob Jackson, Mrs. Keith bers present were: Mrs. Donald


-ong Avenue Baptist Circle Meetings

The WMS Circles of te Long' Circle Two met May 15 with Mrs.
.veiu.e'. Baptist Ohiroh: anet .this J. C. Odum. The Royal Service pro-
math rith a study on. "T'each The -gram was presented on the mis-
"ood and Right Way",'itorthe Amer- sion work among the Indians East
icau Inditns East'of the Mississippi of the Mississippi. Members pres-
* among.. whom Souhern Baptists ent were: Mrs. M. L Britt, Mrs.
have mission w .c oe' Ferrell, Mrs. John Dickey and
Mrs. Frank 'Barnes.
Circle One met May 15 with
Mrs. E. E. Weeks. Members pres- Cicle Three met May 15 with
ent 'were: 'Mis. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. Keith Ward with six members
SMrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs. W. D. Sykes. and a visitor, Mrs. John McKenzie,
Mrs. Joih Core and one visitor. present. Taking part on the Royal
The prorgam, 'Indians East of the Service program "Teach the Good
'Mtsb sppi, was presented.,by Mrs. and Right Way" were: Mrs. Her-
Wayne Hendrix.. man Barbee, Mrs. Joe Alligood, Mrs.


Ward and Mrs. John McKenzie.
Circle ive met May 22 with Mrs.
Wes1ey R. Ramsey. The Royal Ser-
vice Program for May, 'Teach the
Right and Good Way" to Indians
Bast of the Mississippi was given
by Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. GCene Fow-
ler, Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs. Cal-
vin Musselwhite and Mrs. Wesley
R. Ramsey.


Iaird, Mrs. David Jenkins, Mrs.
Charles Marshall, Mrs. Cecil Harri-
son, Mrs. Tony Peterman, Mrs. Joe
Fortner, Ms. Russell Goolsby, Mrs.
Gary Manz, Mrs. James Atkinson,
Mrs. Danny Maddox and one new
member, Mrs. Billy Adams.
'Circle 'Seven met May 15 with
Mrs. Barney Earley. The Royal 'Ser-
vice Program was presented. The


.Circle Six met May 20 at the following members were present:
Long Avenue Baptist Church with Mrs. James Jones, Mrs. James Tra-
Mrs. Charles Marshall and Mrs. week, Mrs. Raymond Hardy, Mrs.
Danny Maddox as the ohstesses. George Holland.
The Royal Service program was -
presented on 'Teach the Good and GUESTS OF FERRELLS
Right Way" to Indians East of the R. T. errell left by plane Monday
Mississippi, also a poster with pic- aftbeniroon For -his home in Kansas
tures of the different tribes and City, Kansas after a short visit


Fit ires tone


with his brother and family, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Ferrell.
Mrs. Core Sunday of Mt. Pleasant
spent the week end here with her
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Ferrell.
Mrs. W. D. Goodson of Greens-
boro and her daughter, Mrs. J. W.
Hair of Quincy were dinner guests
of the W. B. errells Saturday. Mrs.
Goodson is Mr. Ferrell's sister.
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Mrs. Richard Porter has return-
ed from Roswell, New Mexico
where she visited her daughter and
family, Capt. and Mrs. Jack Watta
and Susan.

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Values $8.99 to $16.99
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When you have purchased
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Mrs. Boyles returned this A. M. from a 4-day buying
trip ... You'll soon see more exciting new styles in
summer merchandise ... Keep tuned to BOYLES 8
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I CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES

JITNEY JUNGLE
WELCOME TO PORT ST. JOEI

NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of June, 1962, at the front door of the
Dity Hall, City of Port St. Joe, State ol Florida, tax sale certicatea will be sold on
the following described land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the
lame, together with all costs of auch sale and all advertising.
J. B. WILLAAMS
Oity Treasurer and Colletor
City ofl ort S:. J.e. t.'lrida


OWNER Lot
LeHardy, F. A. ...................... 16
Mulberg, Gladys and OChingold, Anita ..... 16
Westbrook, Heel ................. 8 100' 8
Lowery, Ernest ..................... 7, 11
Leliardy, F. A. ................... 8, 80
G(unn, U F.. .................... ....... 11
Comforter, W. P. ............... 12, 14, 16
Nedley, Robert Earl ................. 1
arraway, B. and Julia Mack ... 1,
Garraway, E. R. and Julia Mack 6, 7, 9, 11
Goi, Ernest J ............. 16 18 22
Kilbourn, James P.........*,.......**** 28
Jacous, Edward ...................... 11
St. Joe Land & Devel 00o. ............ 10
Meyer, L. E. ...................... 19
Anchors, Sidney J.. ..................... 10
Roberts, James B.......................
Vittum, Mrs. Annie ........... ...*****
Gaillard, B. 0. ...................********
Peacock, J. A. ...................*********
Baxley, Elbert, Jr................ ,11,
Ellerbee, John G.............. 8' 9, 11
Martin, A. IP. ................ ...... 1.
Vitro Corp. of America..... 1 and '/a 8
Gibson, B. B., Sr. .........*........... 6
Mitcae1, Hulon P. ...................*******
Hells, Jr., B. W .....................1
Hells, Jr., B. W. .....................*******
ells, Jr., B. W...................... 81
McKinnon, Howard L..............20, 21
Eele, Jr., B. W......................8
Eells, Jr., B. W ....................******
Eells, Jr, J., B. W. .....................*********
Baldwin, N. D. .............-. 28
Barrett, S. A., Jr.. ........... 84
lis, Er ....................*********** ....
McCormick, L. B. ................. ..'
Acyera, Hemry F. and Beulah ........1.. ,
Morris Co., S. B .2...... .. 7
Taylor, Thelma L. ....................
McGill, Jr., G. ............... 1."
Morris Co., S. X..............-....... .
Norton, Charles W. Jr., and Annie ........ 22
Murphy, Hry .............*** ********** 6
Britt,Joerank ...........*****.........* 6
LeGrone, Alex .................*..*.,,: ,
Fox, Robert B. ....................** *
Vaughn, Dudley A. ................... :
Howard, John ............. "
Dickens, Benjamin H.L ..............
Jones, Preston. ...............*******.
Rhodes, Cheter ....................
Wynn, Albert ....................***********
Rhodes, Chester S. .............. ...
Battle, Estelle........................
Hodrick, Susie .............".."...".17
Mount, Ira .................."i. .. 1s
King, Philli .....................
oa rti J es::::.'. : ...... 19
Martin, James ..................... 1
Costa Sr., 0. G............:.........6
Butts, J. Lemon ............... ... .8
Hunter, Till ..................."..* 8
Collins, Willie Lee ...................*.1
Chambers, Marvi. .................. ..
Faith Bible Church ............... 10
Robinson, Freeman ....................
Wilson, Doris and Will .................
McNair, Willie ....................... 21
Granger, Andrew ............ 8 & W /. 10
Pounsel, Rosa Lee ......1..... .," .'.140
Thomas, Hubert .............. B '/ 1, 12
Shackleford, Archie .............. .. 16
Williams, Robert .............. .. 1
Williams, Robert ..................... 20
Daniels, M. C0. and Dot ............. .. 88
Bryant, George .............. E '/ 10, 12
Leslie, Jack ......................... 22
Clemons, Bural .......................2
Rogers, Raymond ..................... 4
Hoppe, Nero .........................
Hamilton, Kyler ..................... 10
Bergeron, Lewis ...................... 1
Borders, Willie Lee .................. 17
Juliu2, Eddie ........................ 18
BrowL, Willie Mae .................... 28
Washington, O1 e ..................... 22
King, Willie ......................... 1
Hoppe, Nero ...................... .. .
Fleming, E. L. .................. N /a
Gainer, Jerry ........................ 12


Blook Adv. Total
8 ............... .60 248.16
9 ................. 60 18.90
11 ............... .60 87.84
18 ............... .60 9.04
18 ............... .60 89.689
22 ............... ..60 7.68
22 ............... .60 227.68
24 ............... .60 15.66
26 ............... .60 102.20
26 ............... .60 69.48
28 .................60 11.22
28 ............... .60 6.18
88 ................ .60 20.67
86 ............... 60 1.61
42 ................ 50 7.36
48 .................60 6.69
44 ............... .60 86.68
48 ............... .60 6,86
66 .................60 74.09
68 .................60 6.15
68 ........ ........ 60 81.87
61 ................ 60 174.9
68 .................60 18.81
66 .................60 7.21
68 ............... .60 6.88
68 ............... .60 10.20
68 ................60 8.64
68 ................ .60 8.01
68 ............... .60 8.01
68 ..................60 11.86
70 .................60 8.01
70 ................ 5.60 8.01
70 ............... .60 8.64
77 ................ .60 4.88
78 ............... .60 8.63
78 ................60 7.86
78 ................ .60 6.69
82 ................ .60 6.20
8 ................ .60 66.96
89 ................... .60 4.88
80 ............... .60 8.18
90 ................60 6.60
90 ................ .650 8.18
92 ................ .60 8.92
94 ............... .60 8.79
94 ............... ..60 4.62
97 ............... .60 12.18
97. ................ .60 11.17
101 ................ .60 9.14
116 ................ 60 2.64
120 ............... .60 2.64
1001 ............... .60 17.42
1002 ............... ..0 44.04
1002 ............... .60 18.84
1008 ............... .60 19.96
1004 ............... .60 8.96
1006 ............... .60 69.74
1006 ............... .50 8.01
1007 ............... .60 69.66
1008 ................ .60 8.18
1009 ................. 60 8.01
1010 ............... 80 10.86
1010 ..................60 20.61
1018 ............... .60 208.81
1012 ................. .60 27.09
1016 ............... 60 2.94
1016 ................. .60 1.61
1016 ................ .60 1.76
98 ............... .60 6.08
1016 .................60 4.11
1016 ............... .60 8.01
1016 ................ .60 8.18
1016 ................ 60 6.27
1016 ............... .60 8.84
1016 ............... .60 2.08
1017 ................60 1.84
1017 ..... .... .80 2.77
1017 .............. .60 2.71
1017 .................60 10.84
1017 ................650 2.39
1017 ............... .80 1.98
1018 ............... .60 1.76
1018 ............... .0 7.78
A ............... 50 12.67
A ............... .60 8.86
A ............... .50 7.78
A ............... .60 4.11
A ............... .50 1.84
A ................ .60 6.56
A ............... .60 2.94
B ................ .0 2.62
B ................ .60 58.94
B ................ 60 4.651
B ............... .60 19.28


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THE STAR, Port St Joe, Florida
"RareEarth" Chemical Book Published THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1962
rium, Lanthanum, Praseodymium,
-Michigan "OlheicalaF Corporation Earth Oxides and Metals". Neodyminum, Samarium, Europ-
announces the avallalblity oE a This compilation of data on the ium, Gadolinium, Terbium, Rysp-
new booklet "Application for Rare heavy rare earths (Scandium, Ytt- rosium, Holmium, Erbium, Thull-
urn, Ytterbium, and Lutetium) Is
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,Shank Portion
HAmS lb.39C
WHOLE HAM lb. 45c
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Ground BEEF lb. 39C
Swift's Proten for Tenderness & Flavor
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Round STEAK ib. 79c

Rib or Club Steak lb. 69c
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NO.:7 STEAK lb. 59
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Requests for this booklet, on
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Joe by RICH and SONS.


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
Mr. Wesley Ramsey, Editor,
The .Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Mr. Ramsey:
On behalf of the members of the
Junior 'Class of Port St. Joe High
School and their sponsors, I should
like to take this means to publicly
express our thanks to the people of
Port St. Joe and surrounding com-
munities for the help that they have
given .us in support of our projects
and, activities this year.
We feel that this year has been
a most successful one, but could
not have been so without the sup-
port and cooperation of our par-
ents, local citizens, businesses and
city officials.
We were very pleased with the
response to our sale of magazine
subscriptions, which was our ma-
jor money-makigi ;project. In en-
tertaining the Senior Class with a
prom on May 5 and a banquet on
May 19, we received assistance
from many sources for which we
are truly appreciative.
The interest that has been shown


ions here featured snapshots of
the Seniors at various stages in
their lives from infancy to the pres-
ent. These were caught in a fish
net hung over the serving table.
Red geraniums in a white contain-
er, red graduate silhouettes and
red and white napkins on a white
table cover carried out the red and
white Senior class colors.
After fruit cocktail, the party
progressed to the beach home of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Costin at Bea-
con Hill. Here a chicken barbecue
supper was served the guests.
Decorations for the supper also
carried out the class colors. An ar-
rangement of red gladioli in drift-
wood with miniature gradua-t dolls
was featured on the buffet table.
Giant white clam shells were used
as serving dishes.
I Prizes were awarded the winners
of a contest Identifying Seniors in
photos of childhood.
After desert, music and dancing
concluded the evening.

Frank LeHardy
Makes Landings
L n AMTT'Q Af' ...A40." .tn A


PBN'SACO&LA--ECUGgn FranK .
in us has encouraged us greatly, LeHardy, Jr., USN, son of Frank
and we shall endeavor to be wor- A. LeHardy, Sr., of 524 Fourth -St.,
thy of your support. Port iSt. Joe, completed one of the
Sincerely, most memorable flights of a naval
BETTIE PATTERSON aviator's career on May 3, by mak-
Secretary, Junior Class the last of six arrested aer
Port St. Joe High ol qualification landings aboard the
+-4--~ ~ tM,


Beach Party
Honors Seniors
The Senior Class was honored at
a progressive beach party, Saturday
afternoon and evening, May 26.
Hosts for the occasion were Mr.
and Mrs. Slid Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
Chauncey Costin, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
tei'Duren, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fent-
som and Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson.
Guests met at Mexico Beach and
enjoyed swimming and games on
the beach.
At '6:80, truit cocktail was ser-
ved at the Fensom cottage. Decora.


uraiuig carrier uSa .Axtueuiamu, OP-
erating out of Pensacola, in the
Gulf of Mexico.
Before making the landings at
sea, while attached to Training
Squadron Five at Saufley Field Na-
val Auxiliary Air Station, Pensa-
cola, the student aviators are re-
quired to quality on field carrier
landing strips which simulate, on
-the ground, a carrier's flight deck.
Here the stiednt adjusts himself
to the restricted areas where he
must land at sea.
In becoming a member of the
Navy's "Flattop Fraternity", stu-
dents are qualified to proceed to
the advanced stages of aviation
training.


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'2 COUNTR SEDAN-Whit wall tires and whel covers optional at extra cost
FORD WAGONS! NOW ONLY $68.89


2 FAION TU IOAI-Whitewall tires optional at extra cost
FALMINS! NOW ONLY $4986


Per Mo. after
Down Payment


Jo hn R.Smith, Jr. .donTexa-.....-.-
Gets M. D.4 egree t o- a -.t mq
Gets MSmlith bp Dr. Hebrtrt i. li0.Lone-
-- "" Aeoker, Tulaue president.
NEW ORLIDANS-John Rolbeflt :eker, T -lne .resident.
Smith, Jr., 4117 Gaiu-ison Avfae, :SaiatsthoWerfaooMriiid m.'


Port


St. -Joe, received adecteor o~forBi olbet:S i'tBst 't.t Joe.


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Announces the -lReaovaL,4fhj -!ffiee

tothe2butlding
Formerly Occupied by Buzzett'si) -ZStore
412 REM AV NE
Effective Monday, Junme4
Office Phone 227-2051 Home Phone 229-13314


VOTERS OF GIF GUTY

Thanks again for your v4ota a~pprecjaftBe1 ^caifiieee y;ou JUi wdjaIn
me by electing a maermof efie f Coun-
ty School Board. I..eomatdW othe task
of maldng Gulf Conur syo Smhe d hseest p.-
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FOR -RENT: House trailer, com--OR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
pletely furnished. Located at .house in Oak Grove, $50.00 mo.
WN i City; ehone 239-1146 .or in-- See Bill Carr. tfc-5-24
quieatR SuperMkt. tfc-2-25FOR RENT: Nice furnished -apart-
FOR RENT: One bedroom house, meant for couple only. Mrs. Mor-
ftrnished. One two bedroom d i- gan Jones. Phone 227-7641. tfc-5-24


plex unfurnished. 2-bedroom beach
cottage. Smith's Pharmacy. Phone
227-5111.. -
FOR RENT:. Spacious 2-bedroom
..ugl hed4 first floor apartment.
12th "and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481
or 2274261. tfc-4-5
FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak
Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1
FOR' "RENT:' Titfurnished large 2-
bedroom house. Fenced back yard
on Garrison Ave. hone 227-8536 at-
'ter :00 p.m. tfc-5-3
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 3
f, room apt. Heat and water fur-
inIhed, 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 apartmeent
. au Palm Blvd: See Cecil G. Cos-;
tin, Jr. tfc-5-10
FOR LEASE: Modern two bedroom
tuniished cottage, Beacon Hill
Sacl ,"water, $75.00 per month pay-
'-able in advance; renter pays .all
utilities. Lease to runi at least 6
M mboit ortuntil May 15, 1963. Phone
Mrs. Baltzell HU 2-3449 or HU 2-
3886, CST, after 6, M'arianna, &tp


,FOR RENT: .furnished 1 bedroom
house, 1317% Long Ave. Also,
unfurnished 3 bedroom house, 1317
Long Avenue. Call 227-4686. tfc
'FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at
Beacon Hill. Reasonable to tea-
chers for school. term. Contact J.
H. McArdle.
CHAIN LINK FENCE
For free estimates call C. W.
Long, *phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedrOom
brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph.
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 247-3636.
FOR SALE: One wheel chair. First
class conid'tion. Half price. Mrs.
S.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. Qostin, Jr.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home, St.
Joe Beach. One block from the


beach. Very reasonable. 0. W. Long
Phone 227-4686. tftc-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-
3761. tfe-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. ttc-5-24
FOR 'SALE:- 1962 Fairlane 500.
Take up payments. Call 227-2502.
or write Box 713, Port St. Joe. litp
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
WANTED: Waitress and cook. Cat-
alina Restaurant, Mexico Beach.
Call 648-3122: tfc-5-31
OR'F SALE: 2 bedroom house on
185x75 ft. lot. Back yard completely
'enclosed with chain link fence.
Plenty of shade and located in .a
'well established neighborhood. See
Ferrell AlIen, Jr. at 129 Hunter
Circle. tfc-5-31
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac. Very
'good automobile. $165.00. 211 10th
Street. lUtp
'FOR SALE: Two lots on corner at
St. Joe Beach. Has 150' ,ront-
age on each street. Phone 227-4696.


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 balMuce.
Large -two bedroom masonry
.house with oak floors a-nd 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-I
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


VACATION PLANS AHEAD? Earn
a good income close 'to home.
Friendly,. pleasant and profitable
work quickly puts $$ in your pock-
ets-representing Avon Cosmetics.
Write AVON, Box 3103 MSS, Talla-
hassee,_ Florida.
DUE TO EXPANSION we have op-
ening in this area for ambitious
man, (25 to 55-, or lady (40 ito 60).
Character reference necessary. Car
required. For interview in your
area, write Watkins- 659 West
Peachtree St., N. E., Atlanta 8,
Georgia.
WANTED TO RENT: High quality
'uifurnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home in Port St. Joe or on the


BIG SAVINGS


FOR EVERYONE!


SHIRTS VALUES TO 5.'
REG. 1.49 44


S24
Fir st quality! Fan
Brands! All the Ic
SSanforizedsummer fabrics, si
Sonforized. wash 'n wear and colors. Complete
Woven p:aids. solid color and lo. Complete
and fancy paiterns range.




Reg. l' i Bed Pillows
Full size. Soft and plump, 9 5
filled with crushed chicken 8,8
feathers. gS 5

Terry Wash Cloths L
15c VALUE
Soft.. fluffy cotton terry;
highlv absorbent. Solid col;
S ors, '-

'Reg. 39 Dish Towels ,,RE.
Lint free, fringed' ends. Mod- 1.69
ernm all-over prints. Sanforized hcol
werit wt p
:Hobnail Bedspreads s Szs ,to
REG. 5.99 44
Viscose tufting on cotton
backing. White or solid col- .
ors. 4 .P1-0

Men's Sport Shirts L .UGGSE
REG. 2.99 944 STS
Sanforized. wash 'n wear.
Plaids. solds. fancies. Sizes 2 'I
S. M. L. 1 W O*

Boys' Polo Shirts -12.88
Fine combed cotton in j A16." any tyCOSe
stripes and fancy patterns. A" AM 21" Ovn "o
Sizes 4-to 14. O *6 T
ScUff-pro sati
qBoys' Ivy Slacks 4or
It-g, 4. 99 74
Wash 'n wear Sanforized
cotton. Unpleated front. Sizes 2 Bat1

Boys' Sport Shirts
'Wash 'n wear plaids, solids O
na fancies. Sizes 8 to 18.

Children's Play Shorts
solid colors and fancy S
prints. Boxer waist f -
:- -S"2-to 8. for arge 2t co t


Men's Work Sets
REG. 5.98
Fln quality Stevens twist
twill. Shirt sizes 14% to 17.
emats .2 to 42. -.


'5


Tots' Training Pant,
REG. 20c $
Double thickness s
throughout: triple
crotch. Sizes 0 to 6. for
Girls' 7 to 14 Sportswear
REG. 1.99 66
Terr v T-shirts. Jamaica 6
shorts.. Pedal pusher sets.
slim-Jims and short sets.

Men's Nylon Stretch Socks
REG. 39c 28'
Fancy or novelty patterns.
size fits 10 to13.

Women's Acetate PaOies
Acetate tricot. full cut $
with elastic legs. Sizes
s. M.L. for

Women's Reg. 199 Blouses
Frilly, sissy and tailored 66
styles. Solid colors a nd d
prints.,
WOMEN'S'
Slim Jims, Pedal Pushers
VALUES TO 1.99 1"
Solid color stripes an d nS T .9
prints. Sizes 10 to 18. e
WOMEN'S
Sleeveless Blouses
REG. $1
Sanforized broadcloth, solids g
and prints Sizes 32 to 38. S

Women's, Children's Shoes
REG. 2.99 ^ 66
Sandals. flats. Italian straws.
smooth leathers. Complete
size range.
Reg. 199 Tennis Oxfords
Misses'. Women's and Chil- 1
dren's sizes. Sturdy canvas.
rubber sole and heel. ,

Women's, Children's Shoes
REG. 3.99 1 33
Women's dress flats and
sports, children's straps slipo-
ons and oxfords.


Beach nby 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.
FOR SALE
15-ft. Winner 1961 model fibre
glass boat with back to back
seats ideal for trolling, fresh wa-
ter fishing, skiing or family
boating. Celophane wrapping
still on seat.cushions and seat
backs.
bO hp. Evinrude 1061 model
elec. starter motor.
1 complete *et of motor con-
trols and control connectors.
1 heavy duty marine outboard
battery.
1 battery case.
1 6-gal. pressure tank with
hose to motor.
1 set running lights.
1 rear utility light
1 battery charger.
1 compass.
1 speedometer
1 Ee-zy boat trailer.
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 Avenue or
call Jesse Stone at 227-2291. ,


M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing companions welcome.
Everett McFarland, High Priest
,Edgar Smith, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M. every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHBMR, Sec
All Master Masons cordially invited
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-701I for
rlick expert service. tto
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in Amerlcan
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.


W'ILIAS V. ROWAN, POST I.-,
TIE AMERIAN LEGION, Meet-
ag first and third Tuesday
ights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
eaTrnrW dlTPAq-narln.. ..4 OM- 0A -


MOVING?--Let us help you. Whe- at Parish House, 309% 6th St Port
their planning to, move across St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
town 'or across the nation, you may further information or wrte41 P. 0.
be sure that your most priceless Box 535. tf
belongings are, in experienced and
capable hands. We represent May- NOTICE
flower, nationwide movers. Call us I, Ronald G. Snodgrass will not
for f r e e estimates. SURPLUS be responsible for debts incurred
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument by anyone other than myself as of
Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18 May 18, 1962. 4tp-6-17
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of IN THE 'COUNTY JUDGE'S
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. COURT, GULF COUNTY,


SAVGS -SL'Ti STORE



GOOD OLE SUMMER R






SALE!f


2 for 1 Special

EVEREADY HEAVY
DUTY BATTERIES


THE STAR, Port St. Jbe, Florlda
THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1968


FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
'MARY R. GRICB,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Mary L. Grice, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of.
fice oW the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within 1ai
(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 postotflce
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it wil
become void according to law.
/s/ SAMUEL R. GRIC"
/s/ BEN R. GRICE
Executors of the Estate of
Mary R. Grice, deceased.
May 24, 1962 4t

NOTICE
After 'this date I will no longer be
responsible for debts other than
those made by myself.
4tc-5-31 JOHN E. BEASLEY, Jr.
_-ItsiS


STARLIGHT FIXTURE


Engineered for long
life, heavy duty
service. Corrosion
free guaranty.,


4 Reg.25S

2 for .25


WADING POOL


Two light fixture ,
S Ideal for bedroom. '
Eggshell canopy of
white ceramic glass.


16 OZ. ICED-
TEA GLASSES


G'-... -- Gayety pattern by
"mofLibby. Handy four-piece
Pool made of fine set Full 16 "e
quality, heavy gauge Reg. 8.00 drink glasses.
vinyl, factory tested,
with Convenient drain 6 7 Reg.840
Easy Inflation attach- 5 6 7
meant, repair kit
included. Set of 4


2 for I Special
20" BEACH BALL

Sturdy, bouncy
balls can be used
In salt or fresh
water. Made of
heavy duty vinyl,
variety of colors.

Reg. 1.00


2 for 100

LASKO 20" WINDOW
SFAN


I


portable ham cooler.
Moves 5000 CFM.
Manually reversible. 29.95
Push button control. Value
2 speed. Never Value
requires oiling. j A
Grills on both sides U
for child-safe pro- -
tection. Guaranteed
5 years.
TENNIS RACKET


Professional con-
structed rack-t on
hardwood fr3me,
with leather le
grip, enanme
finish.


LAUNDRY CART



Reg. 4.95




Easily assembled
laundry cart has slip 99
n sanforized sheet-
Ing container, clothes
pin pocket. Folds -
flat for storage.


RELIABLE
GARDEN HOSE
AND HOSE
HANGER
For all season
storage of
Shose. Made of
ribbed-heavy
gauge steel for
long service.
For summer .
t lawn care. All
vinyl ribbed
plastic hose
S resists oil, cold,
sun, mildew.
SUnconditionally
guaranteed for
REG. 3.67 8 years.

Both for 9


PIOPEL TANK
BALL
All new, guaranteed .
S to fit all tanks. Made
of high grade, water .,
resistant rubber,
with red plastic-knob
for correct swirling
88 Reg, 490 ..,


.44


REG. 3.00


PLASTIC 2/2-QT.
PITCHER


Generous 21/2 quart
polyethylene pitcher
with white lid and trim.
Ideal for parties and
patio serving. Assorted
colors.

.99

LAUNDRY BASKET

SRound laundry
basket with
sturdy lattice
design and
soild bottom.
Full bushel
Sorted colors.
Reg. 1.38
Value 08

HOLIDAY PLASTIC JUG


All plastic jug
Is easy to fill,
easy to carry, has
convenient easy
pouring spout


Reg. 3.49

297


TENNIS BALLS v


Three vacuum packed
* balls suitable tor
all playing surfaces.








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THE
Publlahed Every Thursday, At 306 W
By The Star Pu
WESLEY R; RAMSEY
Also Llnotype Operator, Ad Salesman,
Reader; Bookkeeper and
S DIAL 227-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December
Florida, under Act

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIAB
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS,

TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or o
do not hold themselves liable for damage
advertisement.


Lions, Florida Natioi

Are Winners In Wee

Somebody said the other -day,
and we quote: "Boy, you can real-
ly tell -when the Lions club loses a
ball game. They don't put the
scores in -the paper :that week."
(A Lion writes up 'the ball
games, not us-Ed.)
Well', we guess maybe he's got a


lit LIU bO, utL nthe ole Liouns


That.We May Bette



We Havi

To Larger Qui
B2.-: .u


THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1962


STAR
Villams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
blushing Company
Editor and Publisher
Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
I Complaint Department


Hrs. Play
1 P.M.
to 12 M.
(Mon. 6-12)


with Credinif ebhind the plate
Austin Burgin wa od the mound
for the losers, with Iagan holding
down -the catcher position. Big
sticks in the game for Florida
Bank were E4 Creamer and Jack-
son, who each had two for four.
And for Vitro, it as Ron Pender-
graft, Blair Shuford, John Clenney,
and Harper, each going two for
four.


POSTOFFICE Box 308 In the -second game, -the Lions
.blasted the Wewa Bank to the tune
19, 193', at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, of 22 to 12. The Lions put together
of March 3, 1879. 28 hits for their victory behind the
pitching of Tom Ford. Wewa Bank
ILY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE -craped up 16 hits with Yank Zim-
$1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50 ,merman on the mound. Big gun 4n
this game 'for the Lions were Bill
omissions in advertisements, the publishers Barlow and Charlie Norton going
ge further than amount received for such four for six with Charlie getting a
big home run; Frank Dennis going
four and four and Tom Ford, Basil
noI ndJ kA Ba k McKnight 'and Jimmy Costin, col-
al and Wewa Bank lecting three hits each.
k b ll '|PlayMonday's Game
s Soft P In 'the opener Monday night, the
Wewa Bank squeezed out the Flor-
ida National Bank, 4 to 5. Theo
bounced back this week and won Johnson was the winning pitcher
a couple of big ones. with Deomes Aplin behind the
Last Thursday night in the first plate. Walter Dodson was the lo
game, Florida National Bank, and ser with Creamer doing the catch-
Vlitro played -a real thriller right nlg.
down to the last inning. Florida Na- Jackson and Dodson led the Flor
tional did come 'out 'ahead though, ida Bank attack with two hits for
by a score of 8 'to 7. Dodson was fcur at bats.
on the mound for Florida _Ba-kJ The Lions Club continued the
scoring pattern for the night by de-
feating Vitro by one run behind the
Sr 10 hit pitching of Tom Ford and
w Serve You .' red Beard. Burgin was the looe-,
allowing the Lions 16 hits.
M d Medlin and McKnight led the
SLions batsmen with three for four.
Norton and Jimmy Costin added
D M two hits each for four .at bafs.s
Pendergraft paced the Vitro team
with -three for four, including a'
arters In The home run. Shuford and Mobley col-
lected two for four.
D..:UI.-. "STANDINGS


ruiiiuC DUIIUIRg
CORNER of MONUMENT and SECOND STREET
Across from the Post Office

WITH A HEARTY THANKS TO YOU
Our Friends and Customers, for your fine pat-
ronage and good fill. We invite you to visit us, in
our new location.' We have a souvenir for you, if
you'll just come in and say "Hello".
OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER IS

&-7 227- 2011


Surplus Sales

OF ST. JOE
"YOUR BARGAIN HOUSE of VALUES"
Local and Long Distance
MOVING and STORAGE --By MAYFLOWER

ADDISON INSURANCE AGENCY
"For Your General Insurance Needs"
And something NEW has been added...
Surplus Sales Sewing Center
Port St. Joe's Newest and Most Complete
Sewing Center


OPEN
7 Days
A Week
Rain or
Shine


U. S. Highway 98 Mexico Beach, Fla.


THANK YOU VOTERS

I wish to thank all the voters of Gulf County for
the wonderful vote given me in the past Democratic
Primaries and to those of you who gave so much of
your time and effort in my behalf during the cam-
paign. I find it difficult to express in words the gra-
titude that I feel for your loyalty, and encouragement.
I ask you now to join hands with me in offering to our
newly elected School Board Member our sincere co-
operation so that he might do the best job-possible
for our schools because, after all, this is the thing
we have all been working for.


OTIS P Y LE
- -
A A A ^ i t l ,* ^ ^ * ^


Team W L
Lions Club 9 .4
Florida National Bank ._ 7 6
Vitro 'Services 6 7
Wewa Bank 5 8

CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Investments With
Giant Returns
U


TERMITES
SWARMING?


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world. Americans spend one fifth
of their take home pay for. food
compared with one-fourth prior to
World War II. '
SOther guests of the club were
Key Clubbers Wall'y Dodson and
Bobby Antley.


Margaret Binion.


Disabled Persons

Due Social Security


Cold 'Elec S
Coldewey Elected Secretary Seriously disabled individuals,
Of State TB Association who have -not filed claims; may
h ave rights to monthly Social Se-
Dr. Hawley H. Seiler of Tampa curity benefits according to John
was re-elected president of the V. Carey, District Manager of the
Florida Tuberculosis and Health Panama City 'Social lSecurity Office
'Association at the association's a Also, the disabled individual's fam-
nual meeting held May 21 in 'Miami ily may qualify for benefits as de-
Beach. pendents.
'Other officers re-elected for the Etra Social Security work cr.-
1962-63 fiscal year are: the Rev. Ro- dits are required or disability con-
land G. Reichmann of, Jacksonville, sideration, Carey added. The en-
vice president; Tom Coldewey of tire work record 'since January
'Port St.. Joe, secretary and Reese 1937 ,may be used for retirement
Bohn of Jacksonville, treasurer. or survivors benefits rights, 'but
The FTHA Board of Directors only the 10 year period preceding
will hold its next meeting August the disability 'may be used for dis-
11 in Jacksonville. ability benefits. Five years of work
'' credits are needed in the. 10 year
Junior Class Names period preceding disability for an
Officers for Next Year individual to have a right- to dis-
ability consideration.
Members of the Junior Class of Seriously disabled individuals


Port St. Joe High 'School cho0e
their officers for the Senior Class
of 1962 this week. The following
students were elected: President,
IRalph Elliott; vice-president, Bud-
dy Kennington; secretary, Cheryl
Christian and treasurer., Lounell
Crain.

New Facility Opened
At Jolly Golf Fun Center
A new and exciting fun facility,
a Go-Cart Track, has been brought
to 'the beach area and is now In
operation 'on the grounds of the
Jolly Golf Fun Center on Hiway 98
in Mexico Beach.
The Go-Cart track is being run
by Mr. Bobby Youngblood of Bain-
bridge Ga. one of the owners and
operators of the track. No drivers
license Is needed so every young-
ster and grown-up can enjoy .the
thrills of this exciting and popular
sport. The .track will operate 7 'days
a week from.11:00 a.m. to 12 mid-
nite.

Revival Services At
Highland View Church
Revival services are being held
at the Highland View.Assembly of
God Church by evangelist, Billy
Mathis.
Services begin each evening at
7:45 ,p.m. The public is 'invited to
attend.


who have 'the above work require-
ments .should file a claim as soon
as it is known that the disability
mmy prevent any kind of work for
a long indefinite period. 'Your doc-
tor is not asked to recide if you"
are disabled. However, he has prob-
ably told you the extent 'of your
condition. Partial disability or em-
porary disability 'does not qualif-
an individual for disability pay-
ments under Social Security.
Disability benefits cannot be paid
for six full months following the
beginning of your disability. Fur-
ehier, you 'will n6t be 'asked, in the
usual case, to submit 'the medical
records from your doctors until
you have 'been disabled four
months. Even so, by filing your
claim as soon as it is known that

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Eu


Carswell Gives Farmers Margaret Ward Given 1od itoj i Bsio, a -l
I medal factors involved in- your
Case To Kiwanis Outstanding Award Iclaim can be cleared up in advance For JO
-..- \.of the tour month holding period. '
Four members of the Chipley Ki- Columbia, Mo. (Special) Miss When this is done, the first check
wanis Club visited the Port St. Joe Margaret Elizabeth Ward, presi- which is due for the seventh month P
Club Tuesday of this week with dent of Hypatia Hexagon, mathe- following the beginning of your
one of the visitors, E. W. Carswell, matics club at Stephens College, disability generally arrives at the Port
presenting the program. recieved the Outstanding Club A- end of that seventh month.
Making up the visiting team with ward for her organization at the
Carswell were Joe Davis, John Mc- annual Honors Convocation at
Donald, and Mr. Blackburn. Stephens Friday morning, May 25.
on the farm situation of our na- club that has 'been most outstand- O O D S (
tion, and West Florida especially, ing in accomplishment and which
Carswell cited the need for a has most benefited the campus as RADIO and TV R
realistic farm program by the gov- a whole. Honors Convocation Friday
ernment in the face of an ever-wor- morning was the opening event of
sening cost-price squeeze. He gave Commencement week end activi- FOR FAST DEPENDABLE SER
figures substantiating his claim ties at Stephens.
that farm profits had been reduced Miss Ward is the daughter of A TRY Your Satisfaction I
by as much as 06 percent in the Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Stone, 804 16th
past 15 years. On the other hand, St., Port St. Joe, Florida. WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ANY ]
the speaker gave the farmer cre-
dit for much of the climbing U.S. SERVICE CALLS -
economy. Beach Piano 'Recital
During the'last 10 .years, farm Friday Night At 7:30
machinery purchases have increas-
ed four-fold, purchases of fertilizer The piano students of Mrs. -325 i ot
are up six times over'those of 10 James Chewing will 'be presented
years ago. Livestock feed pur- in a recital at the First Methodist DAY or NIGHT
chases have tripled during the same Chruch of Mexico ,Beach,, Friday,
period. June 8, at317 REID AVEN
Carswell said that the farmer 'Those to 'be presented in recital
makes it possible for Americans to are: Phil Crooins, Eddie Holland, (Next Door To Telegraph
have- the lowest food bill in the Lucia Arnold, Chris Earley and


You A'e Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --..------ 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ......--- 7:30 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS. WELCOME "



SINCE THE WORLD BEGAN
Of all the people who ever reached the age of
65 since the world began, more than one fourth
are alive today. In fact, there are more peo-
ple over 65 today than ever before in history.
Here is dramatic evidence, of the power of
modern drugs to keep people alive and healthy,
That's why we say...
Today's Prescription Is The Biggest Bargain In History
SMITH'S PHARMACY
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
Two Parking Spaces Reserved for our Prescription' Customers
at our Back Door.
Drive-In Window At Rear of Our Store
PHONE 227-5111


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



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9.45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 am.
METHODIST YOUT FELLOWSHIP ....6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.


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


Gemco

MOWERS

P 0 WER


20 inch Mower
2 horsepower, recoil starter



22 inch Mower
3 horsepower, recoil starter

$59.95
Featuring twin discharge
chutes. Reversible blades, 4
cutting edges. Handlebar
controls. All steel construc-
tion.


WILEY
SUPPLY CO.
PHONE 227-3886


ENJOY YOURSELF HAVE FUN

* Golf Bowling Games

Music Kiddie Rides
Bring your Friends, Bring Your Date
SAFE, WHOLESOME RECREATION
FOR ALL THE FAMILY
icest Place On The Beach"


G@LL~ .f


SATURDAY ONLY

City Restaurant

5 HAMBURGERS $1 20
With Everything On It... To Go*
MILK SHAKE--- 30 c


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.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..-...... ------...... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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HONE 7-3161
St. Joe, Florida




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