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


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


MONEY TALKS--LlV*e kOep '
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your home town merohatall


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1962


Official Election Count of Second Democratic Primary


PRECINCT NUMBER


HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
William J. RISH 325
Ben C. WILLIAMS 107
COUNTY COMMISSION-Dist. 2
E. C. HARDEN, Sr. 242
James G. McDANIEL 183
COUNTY COMMISSION-Dist. 3
James C. HORTON 226
Silas C. PLAYER 189


1 2 3


259
96


40 21 80 |
57 24 391


179 36 15 135 69
185 61 29 319 | 118


124 40
219 56


10 I 11 I Total


129 1 153 1520
122 1224 11530

126 138 1357
128 228 1653

108 193 1275
139 | 176 1719


High School Program

The Port St. Joe High School
summer recreation program will
begin at 8:30 a.m., June 11. This
program is sponsored by the Gulf
County Board -of Public Instruction
and is available to all students of
high school age. The hours will be
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Special times
will be set up where sufficient in-
terest is shown.
The object of the program is to
provide wholesome, constructive,
and enjoyable activities for the stu-
dents during the summer vacation
period.
A varied program of activities is
available this summer. They In-
clude badminton, table tennis, vol-
ley'ball, basketball, horseshoes, ten-
nis, golf, checkers, chess, swim-
ming, softball, weight training and
trips to points of interest In this
section of the state.
A new and unique feature this
year is golf instruction. Coach
Lamar Faison will be the Instruc-
tor. All equipment will be fur-
nished and students are Invited
to try their hand at the fascinat-
Ing game of golf.
The possibility that the local golf
course may be available for play
in the not too distant future is ex-
pected to motivate our students to
seek the instruction available to
them.
Tennis instruction is also offer-
ed. Fundamentals will be stressed,
but recreational and tournament
play will be scheduled and promot-
ed. A class for girls is being form-
ed. Interested -boys and girls are
invited to participate. Coach Mar-
ion Craig will handle the tennis
program.
There is no charge for any of the
activities or any part of the pro-
gram. The exception being admis-
sion prices and lunches on field
trips. These trips will be announc-
ed in advance of the departure
dates.
All boys who aspire to be ath-
letes are reminded of the weight
training program. You may set your
own time for workouts. Supervision
and record keeping will be afford-
ed you. Non-athletes are invited to
work with the weights under the
same circumstances.
The varsity basketball squad 'will
work out after a squad meeting to
determine the dates and times.
A tournament in a particular ac-
tivity will .be featured each week
of the program, which will run for
six weeks.
(Continued On Page 8)


54 20 230
135 33 112


31 197
21i 141


13 1 117 1 150 10 l 109
31J 3551 371 41[ 234


209
229

189
240

185
242


SCHOOL BOARD-Dist. 3
W. J. (Joe) FERRELL 239 191 39 26 256 120 20 121 257 130 228 1627
Otis PYLB : :.- 19 205 | 65 32 231 177 125 144 1348
DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEMAN
J. Ted CANNON 78 79 25 17 286 | 107 29 228 299 1192 .284 1624
D. L. (Buster) OWENS 324 263 68 26 1\53 8 ( 19 93 | 125 8 59 85 1283


GULF COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE-ELECT Ben
C. Williams wasted no time in becoming active
last week on being notified Thursday that he had
won the Democratic nomination by a small margin.
Williams is shown above signing an agreement to


align himself with the small county bloc of the
Florida Legislature. Looking on from left to right
are Franklin County Representative Oliver Nash,
Gordon Ferris and Troy Jones, both of Port St.
Joe. (-K photo)


. .


Although popular rumor through-
out the city for the past week was
that Ben C. Williams had won elec-
tion to the House of Representa-
tives by a margin of 3, communica-
tions with the Court House shows
that Williams won his seat by a
10 vote majority-still close.
According to the precinct by pre-
cinct official count issued by the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
,Court, Williams received 1,530
votes and William J. Rish received
1,520.
The Representative race was the
-only one ,still in question, due to
the number of absentee ballots to
be counted.
At the close of balloting Tuesday
of last week, Williams ended up
with a 31 vote majority over Rish.
But the outstanding 41 absentee
ballots kept the tension in the air
over the Memorial Day holiday and
up until Thursday morning when
the absentee ballots were counted
by the canvassing board.
As a result of the count, Williams
margin was narrowed to 10.
The Star did not carry a precinct
by precinct count in last week's is-
sue because the count was not
complete at press time last Wed-
nesday.
Below is the official count by
precincts according to figures re-
leased by the Clerk of the Court
for the County Judge.


The Sin of

Omission

The sin of omission is as great
as the sin of commission, according
to The Bible. But in this case, we
feel that the sin of omission is a
little worse.
We unintentionally left out the
name of Sandra Brown last week
as an honor graduate who spoke,
very well, at the commencement
exercises. We can blame it on no-
thing, but the haste to put the pa-
per to bed as the deadline draws
near.
Sandra, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sid Brown, spoke on the them
of preparing oneself for a business
career. She, like the other speak-
ers, was aware of the need for fur-
ther preparation for a career in
order to make 'the most of one's
opportunities.
We regret that we omitted San-
dra's name, even more than she
did, since, she will only graduate
from high school-with honors-
only once, and be a high school
commencement speaker only once
and we think such an accomplish-
ment should be duly noted.


Elementary Program

The Port St. Joe Elementary
School summer program will begin
Monday, June 18, at 8:30 a.m., and
will run for six weeks.
Activities to be offered include
swimming, trampoline, archery,
individual and team games. Cary
Floore, physical education direc-
tor, will be on hand to supervise
and instruct in this part of the
program. He plans to take groups
swimming on Monday and Friday
mornings and on Wednesday af-
ternoons.
Mrs. Laura Geddie, librairan, will
open the library daily on a half-
day schedule set up as follows:
Monday and Friday afternoons,
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-
day mornings. Besides checking out
books to the children, Mrs. Geddie
will offer story hours, weekly
films, group singing, and reading
clubs.
Frank Barnes is In charge of the
reading laboratory, an individual-
ized reading course. He has stag-
gered his classes so that his pupils
may participate in the recreational
,parts of the program.
Miss Alice Blailock and Mrs.
Kathryn Floore are accepting stu-
dents for general remedial work in
any grade.
Summer program at the Elemen-
tary School promises to be a
worthwhile, fun-filled six weeks.
Again, the date-Monday, June 18.

Chief Griffin Warns Dog
Owners of Rabies Danger

Chief of Police H. W. Griffin
this week points out that hot
weather is dog Innoculation time.
Although two days of dog in-
noculations have been held al-
ready under supervision of the
police department, not many dog
owners have had their pets In-
noculated. Griffin pointed out
that rabies is an ever-present dan-
ger with pets in the summer and
pets should be innoculated to
protect the pets and citizens.
Griffin said that it may be-
come necessary to destroy pets
not Innoculated in the near fu-
ture.
Dr. G. E. Butts is conducting a
clinic for the innoculation of pets
at his animal clinic on the cor-
ner of First Street and Long
Avenue this afternoon from 6:00
to 8:30 p.m.
The price for the Innoculation
Is $2.00 per pet.


Horses To Prance

For Cancer Crusade

The Third Annual Wewa
Horse Frolics will be held in
Wewahitchka at the baseball
park Saturday night of this
week beginning at 8:00 p.m.,
EST. The Show is put on an-
nually by Dr. Harold Canning
and his Saddling Seminoles
with all proceeds donated to
the Gulf County Chapter,
American Cancer Society.
Admission to 'the show will be
$1.00 per person and 50c for chil-
dren.
Horses from all over this area of
Florida will .be present to partici-
pate in the Frolics and will parti-
cipate in 16 events.
The show will be judged by James
Warden of Miami.
The program will be as follows:
1st Class-Grand Entry.
2nd Class-Saddlin' Seminoles.
3rd Class-Pony Classes. 12 years
old and under.
(a) Tot lead-4 years old and
under. Ponies to be led.
(b) Ponies 46 inches and un-
der.
(c) Ponies 46 inches to 51 in.
4th Class--No Trophy Class.
Horse or pony, English or Western


Greater Value Days Sale



Starts Today In Port St. Joe


CITY VOTES TO GO AHEAD WITH

EXPANSION OF SEWAGE FACILITIES

In a meeting that lasted until 10:45 Tuesday night, the
City Commission took care of several matters of pressing
business facing the city at this time. The main items of
"pressing" business were the final decision to go ahead with
sewer installations on Avenues B, E and F in North Port St.
Joe and ready cash problems that face the city.


The City Commission voted
unanimously Tuesday night to
go ahead with plans to install
city sewers on Avenue B be-
tween Battle and North Park
Avenue and Avenues E and F
between Battle and Peters
Street and to assess the cost
to the adjoining property own-
ers on a lien basis. Liens will
be taken on adjoining proper-
ty for the cost of the sewer
work and are repayable over
a period of time.
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Damon Peters and Pete Daniels
Tack, which has never won a tro-
were the only property owners in
ph
ht e area to a pear at the m n


5th Class-Western Pleasure. Ri-
ders 14 years old and under. (No
whips, spurs, tie-downs, curb
chains, harsh bits or check reins
allowed.)
6th Class-Western pleasure. 14
years old and over. (Rules apply
as in 5th Class).
7th Class-Costume Class.
8th Class---English Pleasure. 14
years old and under. To be shown
(Continued On Page 8)

New Methodist

Minister Arrives

Dr. Thomas S. Harris of Mairon,
Alabama will assume the pastbrate
of the First Methodist Church In
Port St. Joe this Sunday, Jun? 10.
Dr. Harris and his wife will move
into the Methodist Parsonage on
Sixteenth Street and Long Avenue
this afternoon.
Dr. Harris has formerly served
as District Superintendent of the
Troy District, Delegate to the Gen-
eral and Jurisdictionsl Confeence
and served on many boards and
committees of the Alabama West
Florida Conference.
in addition, he has served pas-
torates in Brewton, Opelika and
Dothan, Alabama and at Pensacola,
Florida and was pastor of the First
Methodist Church of Marion, Ala-
bama before being assigned to
Port St. Joe.
The Harrises have two grown
children, a son and a daughter.
Rev. John C. Carmichael, who
has served as pastor of the local
church for the past two years is
being transferred to Dothan, Ala.


insure the continued improvements
now underway. Peters asked for an
800 square feet and $8,000.00 mini-
mum be placed on all dwellings to
be built in the area near Wash-
ington High School and that the
practice of moving in shacks to the
area be forbidden by the City.
The Board told Peters that the
City already had an ordinance re-
quiring house movers to get the
permission of the Commission be.
fore moving houses into Port St.
Joe city limits and that the Police
Department would be instructed to
enforce this ordinance. As for the
restrictions, the Board -decided to
study this matter a little further.
Money Problems


... e ... ..g. In investigating the city's finan-
Tuesday to ask about the proposed cial condition, Clerk Williams re-
sewer installation. porteC that the City now had $5,-
Peters told the Board that he 607.62 in the General fund with $4,-
had just completed his home in this 737.02 in outstanding bills and a
area just a year ago and had in- little over $5,000 in the water and


vested $250.00 in a cesspool when
he was informed it would probably
be five years before the area would
be served by sewer. He asked if he
would be reimbursed for the cos-t of
his present sewer installations. Ma-
yor Hannon told Peters that the
city could not reimburse him for
his cost, but informed him that it
would be several months more be-
fore the sewer was installed.
Peters said that he was in favor
of the sewer Installation and would
tie his home in as soon as it was
completed.
Pete Daniels wanted to know
what the installation would cost
the property owners. Clerk Wil-
liams informed Daniels and the
Board that cost estimates worked
up by Sanitary Service Superinten-
dent G. L. Scott, estimated the cost
to be $3.80 per foot or $190.00 for
a 50 foot lot. This would be repay-
able- in 10 annual installments by
the property owners.
Liens taken against the property
affected by the installation will be
sold by the City to raise money to
do the installation.
Want Restrictions
Damon Peters then appeared be-
fore the Board requesting some re-
strictions be placed on houses to
be erected in the area to be Im-
proved. Peters said that several
nice homes had been constructed in
the area, and It was the wishes of
the citizens of the area that restric-
tions be placed on the property to


JR. HIGH STAC HOUSE COMMIMTTEE-Seated, left to right, Mi-
chele Anchors, Ann Belin, Mrs. Nancy Williams, Keitha Carmichael,
and Tim Rutland. Standing, left to right, Jake Belin, Jr., Gil Shealy,
and Rod Bowdoin. (-c photo)


sewer fund with a billing of $7,-
000 for water, sewer and garbage
collection services mailed out on
June 1.
Williams said that the City had
several other outstanding debts
that needed taking care of. The
City owes Edward Ball $11,547.53
collected on liens he has purchased
and not remitted to Ball. The City
owes Mrs. Jesse Ball DuPont $6,-
432.80 : rs. Irene Walsh $1,-
973.60 In the same manudaer
Money collected on the liens was
placed in the general fund during
the past two years and used by the
city for operating expenses rather
than remitting to the lien holders.
Mayor Hannon suggested that the
Clerk write Ball and ask if they
might defer payment until the
new budget year and this met with
the approval of the Board.
Williams also presented bills for
$2,500 to Smith, Ryan and Carlisle
for the recent city audit and $825.
for fire hose purchased. Commis-
sioner Smith moved that the fire
hose be paid for in full and that
$1,000 be paid the auditing firm on
account. This motion was approved
by the Board.
Resolutions
Resolutions were read by Mayor
Hannon from the Port St. Joe Ro-
tary Club and the Port St. Joe
Lions Club that the city recreation
building be denied to commercial
enterprises. The resolutions urged
that the building be reserved for


MRS. SALLY WHITE is shown above recovering one of the many
card tables in the Youth Recreation Center. Mrs. White and a
host of other people renovated many tables and chairs in the center
making them more attractive. (-* photos)


'Refurbishing of Stac House Completed; Plans Are To Operate Through Summer


It was announced this week that.
the Stac House youth recreation
center will be open through the
summer months. The center will
be open on Friday nights for sen-
ior high and college students and
on Saturday nights for junior high
students. All students and their
guests are welcome at the Stac
House. There -will be a director and
chaperones on these nights.
The adult Stac House workers
have just completed a refurbishing


of the youth center. They have tions of Port St. Joe as well as the especially want to thank the clubs
placed new lounge furniture in the City Commission. who contributed work and those
center and have reupholstered and Committee members have spent who made generous money contri-
repaired existing chairs and tables. the past two weeks cleaning up,
Curtains have been placed on the painting up and repairing furniture Ijutions to this project. Thanks are
windows and many other improve- and facilities. i lko offered for those individuals
ments made to make the center a The adult supervisory board of who contributed money, work and
more enjoyable and a more attrac- the St. Joe Teen Age Center offers time.
tive for the youth of the city to its thanks to everyone who had a The committee feels that the re-
meet for supervised recreation, part in making the redecoration i sponse on the part of the people of
New furniture was purchased by of the center possible. There are' this community to this project la
the committee with money donated so many who helped that the com- an indication of confidence In the
by individuals and civic organiza- mittee cannot list everyone. They teenage center.


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NUMBER 35


Old Ben IsIn By Ten


-SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM SET


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Today marks the beginning of
the second annual "Greater Val-
ue Days" In Port St. Joe.
The special sale days will con-
tinue through Monday of next
week and will be highlighted
Monday afternoon by the award-
ing of $400.00 in silver dollars to
10 lucky people. The $400.00 to-
tal prize money will be divided
up Into the 10 prizes.
Merchants of Port St. Joe have
again banded together to provide
a four-day shopping spree of val-
ues for the people of this area.
Each store in Port St. Joe, mem-
bers of the Retail Merchant's
Division of the Port St. Joe Cham-
ber of Commerce is'participating
in this big annual event.
In addition to the many values
offered, the merchants have ar-
ranged with the City Commission
to have the parking meters in
tha city "covered" and put on va-
cation for these four days. There
will be no parking meter "feed-
ing" necessary today, Friday,
Saturday or Monday.
Although every store In town
is cooperating in this gigantic
event, some of the merchants
have banded together to adver-
tise some special bargains during
this great event. These special
Greater Value Days Items can
be found In the 12 page tabloid
insert folded Inside this Issue of
The Star. The advertisements In
the tabloid contain only a few
of the many Items that can be
purchased at unusually low prl-.
ces during this event, and shop.
pers are urged to visit every
business house In town this wtkA
end to realize the most for their
shopping dollar.
And don't forget to register
for the cash prize money to bE,-
given away on Monday. You wil!.l
r:ot have -, !e sentt to' ; ln'-;
but you must be registered, to:
win. So visit, shop and' regliter
In every business In town this
week end for greater values at
lower prices.
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city recreational purposes only. The
resolutions specifically asked that
the unemployment office be found
other quarters to operate from.
Lawrence Bateman and G. L. Ken-
nington were In attendance repre-
senting Local 379 and agreed to a
move of the unemployment offices
to the Centennial Building. The
City agreed to continue allowing
Unions using the building for
meetings, use of the facilities.
Request for Lights
Rev. Harry Babbit and Coach
Marion Craig appeared before the
Board asking that the tennis court
in the city park be lighted for
night play. Babbit stated that
Florida Power Corporation had giv-
en them an estimated price of un-
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Ritual H rona o s 0ow Offrserf
The ritual of Jewels Degree was given to the ladies
pictured above by the president of the Eta Upsilon Chap-
ter, Beta Sigma Phi, Sarah Peters, at the St. Joe Motel re-
(. lt',' during their annual founders day banquet.
Pictured are, Sarah Peters, President, Greta. Free-
man, Ailene Abrams, Frances Graham, Sammy Dean, De-
lores Cox, and Bernice Wager, sponsor.


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day morning, Mav 25. Want will visit this area next
B ty Word 'veek for the purpose of helping
The award is presented to stu- veterans or their dependents in fil-
ec eie A d dents who have been outstanding, ing claims for Compensation Bene-
acadeRmically. with the special cita- fits or solving their insurance
tion of "diskinction" in a specific problems. This free service includes
Columbia, \lo.--liiss Margareot division of tihe College, assistance to employers of' veter-
Elizabethl Ward, daughter of M\lr. Iiolors (,oocaWatioin was twhe oP- ans under the GI Bill. Vocational'
and Mrs. S i. Stone, 0- 16h St.. S., ening evnt of ('onillcment Training. Subsistence or other
Port. St. Joe, received a School week end May 25-2 s ati Stehliens. problems.
Award with a Division of the Sci- ------During his visit in this area
enoes, and Mathemaiics divisional BOOST PORT ST JOEl Weant may be contacted at the
citation ai lie annual Honors Co- -- ------- Port St. Joe City Hall from 8:00 to
vocation at Siepliens Coloe. Fri- tant Ads Get Resi.t, 9:00 a.m., Friday. June 15.

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summer and we Adt like to have to do that But now
we have .i e e a plan to 4,f.4- profit-sharing employment
in a sales A i, ,i or MH time, o all who desire it.

B ~or girls mty a. For further details contact Ed

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St. Joe Auto Parts
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ers, union officials, and the like,
re often asked for information on
oeial Security matters.
The booklet is a compilation of
official rulings and decisions relat
ig to the Federal old-age, survi-
ors, and disability insurance pro-
ram (Social Security to most peo-
le). It brings together items pub-
shed quarterly during 1960 and
961 In Social Security rulings.
Within the covers of the Cumu-,


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1962


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Piano Recital

Set for Friday

Thii piano students of Mrs. James-
Chtewning- will ; be presented in a
recital at. the First Methodist
Church of Mexico Beach. Friday,
June S. at 7:30 p.m.
Those to be presented in recital
are: Lucia Arnold, Margaret Bin-
ion. Janie Cathey, Phil Crooms,
Chris Earley, Phil Earley, Linda
Folz, Eddie Holland and Julie Hol-
land.
Shiriley Ayres will Tbe nsherette.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.


Veterans Service

Officer To Visit

V.etertans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill', may receIve
auidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.


GAINED SVILLE -The University
of Florida will award diplomas to
approximately 1,300 graduates at
commencement exercises JTune 11
in the University of Florida Gym-
nasium,
The processional is scheduled to
begin at 8:40 a.m.
Dr. Herbert E. Longenecker,
president of Tulane University, will
deliver the cofmencement address
at 9 a.m. The Rev. Melton Ware
will deliver the baccalaureate ad
dress at 8 p.m. June 10 on Florida
Field. The processional will begin
at 7:40 p.m.
University of Florida President
and Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz will en-
tertain graduates and their famil-
ies at a reception at their home
from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Among thosee receiving degrees
will be James Edward Harrison
of Port St. Joe who will receive
his degree in mechanical engineer-
ing.


Bowling News
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After the third week of bowling
in the Summer league, 'Nedley's
Florist looks like the team to 'beat.
The "Rosebuds" took four straight
from the Paper Company to main-
tain top honors with a 10-2 record.
Charles Zimmerman, Frank Scott,
Wally Dodson, George Boyer and
Billy Versiga all 'bowled fine games
for the flower boys.
In other action, St. Joe Steve-
dores and Jensen's 5 split their
games by winning two each. St.
Joe Bowling Lanes, led by Wayne
Smith with a 533 series and Dennis
Arnold with a 490 series, took three
from Phillip's "66". Warren Yeager
and WVinton Ferrell led the gas-
men.
That winds tip the howling news
for this week: butt a word of 'warn-
ing to the "Flower Boys"-Be Pre-
pared!


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Mrs. Newton Dies

In TOdhassee

Mrs. Minnie Newton, age 84, of
Apalachicola passed away last
Thursday in a Tallahassee hospital
after a short illness..
She is survived 'by one brother,
George Johnson of Port St. Joe and
a nephew, Mayo Johnson, also of
Port St. Joe.
Funeral services were held from
the graveside at Chattahoochee at
3:00 p.m. Saturday with Rev. Har-
old Padgett officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in the family plot at Mt.
Pleasant Cemetery near Chattahoo-
chee.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was, in charge of arrange-
ments.
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Whitfield Family

Reunion Slated

Whitfield family reunion time is
near at hand-Sunday, June 10.
Activity gets under -way at 10:00
a.m. at the American Legion hbu',
behind the court house in Wewa-
hitchka.
Secretary Mildred Jones ihas sent
mrt cards to members of the Whit-
field clan, and invites all non-Whit-
fields to come join in the festivi-
ties.
Bring a lunch and look forward
to a bigger reunion -this year thai)
ever before, says Mrs. Jones. There
will be live music, door prizes and
the big feature, The Men from
Mars.


Big Dance Set

For Stac House

T'he Stac -House is, having a
dance Friday night bgeinning at
7:30 p.m. for the college students
who have come home for the sum-
mer and for the senior high stu-
dents.
There will be no charge for the
dance. Refreshments 'will be served
atnd the music for the dancing will
.be supplied 'by the Exotics.
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Waterway Interest

Lacking Says Sikes

by Cong. Bob Sikes
ST third District mustered only
three delegates, in addition to Stdate
officials from Tallahassee, for the
annual conference of the National
Rivers and Harbors Congress just
concluded in Washington, D. C.
This is a poor showing in view of
the Third District's vital interest
in continued waterway improve-
ments and 'developments. But the
rest of the state was no better rep-
resened in spite of the fact 'that
Florida has the longest coastline in
the nation and more ports than any
other state.
,A' iu.. the National Rivers and
Harbors Congress, has no official
voice in action taken by the U. S.
Congress on waterways, its recon.-
rnendations are carefully consid
ered by the latter. Northwest Flor-
ida needs to show much greater
interest in supporting its own wa-
terway projects before influential
forums as the NRHC.
All of my requests for evaluation
of Third District waterway projects
won approval of the Rivers and
Harbors Congress. Some very good
work for Northwest Florida was
done lby Mayor Overman of Pensa-
cola and Harry Saunders of' Port
t. Joe. Harry Buchman of Jackson-
Tille was re-elected president, and
was re-elected a vice-president or
he Harbors Congress.


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nteres'ed in this bulletin. Lawyers
re the only ones permitted to
charge prescribed fees for help on
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Port St. Joe High School offers
students expert and trained gui-
dance in planning a curriculum to
meet their needs throughout their
high school career, it was learned
by the Port St. Joe Rotary Club
last Thursday.
Mrs. W. C. Ivey., who is the gui-
dance instructor at the local school
gave the Rotarians a small insight
as to how students are coached in
taking subjects that will most util-
ize their capabilities and better
prepare them for te years after
graduation.
Mrs. Ivey said that the guidance
program is especially valuable at
Port St. Joe High since the grad-
nuation requirements here are above
the state requirements and necessi-
tate close planning- by student and
faculty to anake the grade.
Mrs. Ivey said that her job is 'to
encourage students to take subjects,
,that will give them a broader learn-
ing base, but not to choose subjects,
beyond their capabilities. A series
of tests and past grade records
give the guidance officer informa-
tion as to a student's capabilities.
Mrs. Tvey .pointed out to the Re-

lative Bulletin, fully indexed and
identified, is the official' word on
certain aspects of applications for
benefits, proofs needed, definitions
of wages, net earnings from self-
employment, dependency and sup-
port, and the provisions of the
Social Security disability program.
The Bulletin can 'be obtained
from the Superintendent of Docu-
ments, U. S. Government Printing
office, Washington 25, D. C., for
5,-c. Orders for the .bulletin should
be sent direct to the Government
Printing Office.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Ave., Panama City.. telephone
PO 3-5331.


Wedding Plans ;: ,,a ..d
By Miss Elaine Wood
Miss Carol Elainoe Wood announ-
ces her final 'wedding plans today.
She will become the bride of Jerry
Wheeler Barnes, Friday, June 15 at
7:30 p.f. in the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church, The Rev. J. C. Odum,
will officiate during the ceremony.
Miss Wood is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Wood of Port St.
Joe, and the bridegroom-elect, is
the son of Mr. ,and Mrs. F. W.
Barnes, also of this city.
Invitations are not being 'sent,
,but all friends and relatives are
cordially invited to attend.






TALLAHASSEE Comiptl.roller
Ray Green said this week Florida
counties will get an additional $8,-
000 this month .from race ttrack
taxes.
The total to each county to date
for the current fiscal year totals.
$7,500 more per county than for the
same period last year.
Green said this ,month'ts check
would bring the total received bv
each county since July 1, 1961, to
$902,500. Final distribution of race
track funds will' .be made June 30.

tarians lbat students desiring to
enter college noxw must make a
score of 300 out of a possible 500
on a standardized 'es. and the tes.t
is being made more difficult each
year. The guidance program is. de-
signed to prepare a studeut for tak-
ing this tesi. She said that 45 out
of. 65 .graduating seniors this year
plan to seek higher education.
But, for those who plan to go to
work after graduation, the program
also tries to guide students to a
curriculum that will make tie most
of high school edneatlon anmI prep-
aration.
Guests of the club Thursday were
Charles Morgan of Wewa.hitchtk.a
and Jack Williams of Port St. Joe.


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Scheme To Hit People

With Tax For Quackery

If the New Frontier gets away with the attempted per-
petration it calls a program of medical care for the aged, the
. American people will have been driven closer to the toils of
a regimented national existence operated at their expense
for an all-powerful federal government to manipulate.
This foot-in-the-door maneuver toward compulsory bu-
reaucratic quack medicine contemplates a plain step in the
direction of taxing the last rag off the people's back to fi-
nance an endless expansion of socialistic misery.
For. more enlightenment on this, scheme, which has
been wrapped up in t he King-Anderson bill, it is helpful to
take note of facts pointed out by Rep. William C. Cramer,
Florida congressman from the Tampa-St. Petersburg district.
In his warning against the scheme, he told the House:
"First, The King-Anderson bill will not pay doctor bills.
"Second. The King-Anderson bill makes the patient pay
part of his hospital bill, $10 a day for the first nine days .
"Third. The King-Anderson bill would protect only those
(aged persons) covered by either Social Security or railroad
retirement, and totally ignore the three million oldsters not
covered by either ..."
Then came this jolting illumination for the tax-payers:
"The King-Anderson bill would further increase the
heavy Social Security tax on gross income .
"King-Anderson will, first, raise the taxable income base
for everyone under Social Securit yfrom $4,800 to $5,200;
"Second, bring about a raise in employee tax from $174
per year to $201.50 per year in 1963, and for self-employed
tax, from $259.20 per year to $301.60 per year;
"Third, bring about a raise in employer tax from $174
per year to $201.50 per year in 1963;
"Fourth, bring about a raise in employee tax from $198
per year to $227.50 per year in 1966 and in self-employed
t t from $297.50 per year to $343.20 per year;' .
"Fifth, bring about a raise in employer tax from $198
per year to $227.50 per year in 1966."
Mr. Cramer also gave statistics on the further increases
that would be brought about in Social Security taxes in 1968.
Stripped of its masquerade, the- perpetration demanded
by the New rontier in the name of medical care for the aged
is an assault on the fundamental American principle of free
private enterprise, with the American taxpayer chosen as
the victim from whose pockets the money would be wrung
to finance the assault.
Mr. Cramer said of it:
"The noisy insistence by the administration and the li-
beral pressure groups on this compulsory plan .. can be
explained only in terms of an opening wedge to socialized
medicine ...
"It is the old foot-in-the-door technique which the so-
called liberals and leftists understand and practice so well."
Congressman Cramer, declaring that he cannot in good
conscience vote for something which he knows to be wrong,
said "the people of the First District of Florida did not elect
me ... with a mandate to socialize medicine and make our
senior citizens a pawn whose welfare can be bartered away
in exchange for votes for the New Frontier."
Where in this whole country has a congressman been
elected for the purposes which Mr. Cramer says emphatically
he was not?
It is unbelievable that any representative or senator has
been sent to Congress to wring money from an already over-
taxed people' to finance an assault on the free enterprise
system with a compulsory socialistic quack medicine black-
jack.
If permitted to get away with their current scheme, the
forces of political radicalism known as liberals will be back
tomorrow pounding again at historic institutions with other
entering wedge socialistic quackery for which they would
saddle more taxation on the people.
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that the American people had to
get this information second hand
from Geneva, 'Switzerland. U. S,
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,hard currency. At- the time Castro
seized power Oaiba's Peso was
freely convertible -on a~ipar- with
the U. S. dollar. It is now being
traded on the black market at 4
to 6 'to the U. S. dollar. Cuba's on-
try into the illegal drug traffic is
a predictable result of Castro's
lockstep march down the Red Ohi-
nese road to ruin.
The Red star 'to which Castro
hitched the Cuban wagon must by
this time have lost much of its lus-
ter for the Cuban people. Even so,
regimentation is so complete that
recent reports from that captive
country indicate few signs of ef-
forts to overthrow Cuba's Red re-
gime. And this is in spite of wide-
spread complaints about food, ra-
tioning and other shortages.. The
current answer to the dope prob-
lem is a United States proposal -that
all nations of the Pacific area co-
ordinate their- 'efforts to try to
stamp out the heroin traffic. A bet-
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effort to stamp out the Red regime
in Cuba.
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cial finagling in Texas ought to
get a Pulitzer prize for courageous
and determined public service. He
is an outstanding example of the
capable, dedicated men and women
who produce our small circulation
community newspapers-the back-
bone of America's free press. He
proved that a small voice can talk
loud enough and forcefully enough
to make the entire nation listen
and act.
Had not Oscar Griffin of the Pe-
cos "Independence and Enterprize"
'had the initiative 'and courage to
investigate and write of his suspi-
cions and findings much of the ,chi-
canery now being disclosed might
never have come to light.
S:.:.4 .0.
Women of modern day America
inherited the courage and adven-
turesome spirit that enabled their
pioneer forebears to survive the
rigors of frontier life and to help
build 'the United States into a free
and powerful nation. These are the
women who are looking for oppor-
'tunities to participate more fully
in the social, cultural 'and economic
revolutions which are making such
profound 'changes in the character,
shape and destiny of every nation
on earth. It is no longer a man's
wordl. The Peace Corps is an exam-
ple 'of challenge to American wo-
men of vision and vigor. Business
and professional life is now a fa-
miliar and routine experience for
many. However, I would not be
surprised to 'see many American
women respond to the lure being
offered by Australia's Immigration
Minister, Alexander Downer, who
seeks .to have talented young
American women go to Australia
as wives for immigrants.
Undoubtedly this would be a fine
way to transplant the American
way of life, ideas and ideals to the
fertile and receptive atmosphere
offered by our Australian friends.
But I anticipate most of our pretty
maids will do their courting closer
to home.
I have long quarreled with this
country's farm programs and I 'am
frankly disappointed in the Admin-
istration's current recommenda-
tions on farm legislation. I had hop-


ed for something better. It is ap-
parent, however, that nothing bet-
.er ir be proposed and the ap-
propriate committees of Congress
have been unable to develop a
workable substitute which would
achieve the 'desired purpose of cut-
ting -down on farm surpluses and
on the cost of the farm program
without injury to the farmers.
There is this to be said for the
current farm bill; it will put the
same restrictions on the grain
farmers of the midwest that cot-
!ton and peanut Ufairmers of the
Southeast have had to accept for
a long time. And it should cut down
on surplus grain and the cost of
handling and storing it. I note that
our two Senators divided on this
program-one voting for-and one
against it. Although I am disap-
pointed that *a better bil lhas not
been offered, it is possibly better
than nothing. On that basis I may
vote for it.

Highland View Methodist
Bible School Starts Monday
Bible School at the Highland
View Methodist Church starts Mon-
day, June 11 at 9:00 a.m. Classes
will continue to. 11:30 a.m. 'each
day during the week.
All children are invited to at-
iend the classes whether or not
they are a unember of the church.


Work To Start Soon
On Deadlakes Dam

From the Gulf County Breeze
Contractors who are to repair
the Dead Lakes Dam moved in last
Tuesday with the promise that the
repair crews would work 10 hours
a day, iLve days a week in order to
rush the work to completion.
Gregg, Gibson, and Gregg, Inc., of
Leesburg, Florida, are contractors
to restore ethe dam which gave way
in October, 1960.
A State Road Department phone
call to the contractor last week
notified the firm that the water le-
vel was low enough to commence
operations. A letter from the con-
tracting firm, dated Saturday, May
26, ,and signed by F. Browne Gregg
stated: "I certainly want to thahk
you for all your troubles in notify-
ing us of water tables at the dam.
We are doing everything In our
power to move in as quickly as
possible and expect to be on the
job the middle or 'end of next
week."
Work is underway again, and it
looks like the boys mean business.
Water is falling out fast now,
partly, it is understood, because
water is being taken at Woodruff
Dam right now.


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THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1962


Star Publishes last of Series of Articles
On Cancer By High School Students


This is the last ina seriber of
articles written by Port St. Joe,
High School saudeqrts on the sub-
ject of cancer and pybl;hed as a
public service by The Star. This
article was written by Mickey
Thompson.
"A DOCTOR REJOICES"
By Mickey Thompson
Doctor Campbell paused outside
room 24 and checked the chart. It
had been a long, particularly tiring
day. After 'he looked in zon this pa-
tient he intended to go home and
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too, because he was about to go in
to see Ginnie Stewart. He opened
the door. The room was getting
shadowy with the oncoming twi-
light; she had not yet turned on
the light. A vase of flowers on 'the
table between the two beds gave
an animated touch to the otherwise
impersonal room. Ginnie was sit-
ting up in bed, and she smiled as
he came in.
"Well, Ginnie, good news," he
said. The words sounded even bet-
ter because he was able to say
them to patients like Ginnie so
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the kids have the house in a sham- "If more people were 'afraid not
bles by now." She looked at him to', we woull have fewer deaths
expectantly. from cancer. You know, it's unbe-
"Oh, I think we can let'you go lievable that people can't realize
any time now: How about tomor. what they may be doing to them-
row?" he asked, smilingin antici- selves. I wish I could get a bus and
nation of her excitement go out to pick up everybody in this


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Ginnie laughed simply for joy.
"You can be so lucky, as you put
it, because you used your head."
Doctor Campbell looked at her
proudly. He had been Ginnie's doc-
tor since she was no older than
Skip, her two-year-old son. He sat
down on the empty bed across from
hers. "Gtnnie, do you have any
idea what a wonderful thing you
did when you came to me about
that mole? Why, if the cancer had
gotten a chance to spread, I just
don't know if I could have helped
you. As it is, a little operation, a
few days in the hospital, and noth-
ing worse to show than your house
in a shambles."
"Yes," said Ginnie, her face ser-
ious, "I've thought a lot 'about
that. What if I had just ignored
the mole after I hit it on the cor-
ner of the cabinet? It would have
been easy o do. I was busy enough
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town who 'hasn't had a checkup and
forcibly bring each ongeS an-a give
him one. I'd like to do that; but I'
can't. It's up to each individual
whether he wants to risk his life or
not. So often, Ginnie, they don't
come to me until it's too late. That's
when it really hurts." Doctor Camp-
bell looked out the window at the
gathering dusk.
Ginnie sat silent a moment. Then
she said, "Doctor, I'll help all I
can. Believe me, I'm going to tell
everybody I see about what hap-
pened to me and how lucky I am."
Doctor Campbell sighed and
stood up. "That will help, Ginnie,
and I'm glad you're going to do it.
Now if we coul donly have several
million more woh want to help as
much as you do, we'd be off to a
fine start." He looked out the win-
dow again. "A fine start," he re-
peated softly. He walked out and
gently closed the door.
As he walked down the brightly-
lighted corridor he began to feel a
rising hope. He knew Ginnie would
help. Some day, 'everyone in town
would be coming in to have a reg-
ular yearly checkup. Those cases
of curable cancer would be detect-
ed in time. Perhaps someday can-
cer would be altogether eliminated.
"That day will come," he thought
with conviction. "People like Gin-
nie are going to make it come."
Before he reached the end of the
corridor his step was firm. His feet
didn't feel tired at all.


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SHOP A&P FOR
CASH SAVINGS
& PLAID STAMPS
Super Right Western
Boneless Rib
STEAKS
Pound
990
Morton's Frozen Ham, Turkey,
Beef, Chicken, Salisbury
or Spaghetti and Meat
'DIN NERS

2 gs 89
Cap'n John's Quick Frozen
Perch
FILLETS
1 Pound
SPackage 3


Wisconsin Colored Cheddar
Fresh Cheese lb. 49c
Ched-O-Bit American or Pimento-2 Lb. Loaf
Cheese Spread loaf 69c
Ann Page-10V2 Oz. Cans
Tomato Soup 3 cans 32c


L 150





s With Purch of Ice Lip Clear
50 Glass
Pitcher 80 49z.
With the Purchase of Ann Page
Salad
Dressing Jar O
With the Purchase of Ann Page 100%
Corn Oil
Margarine u 10
With the Purchase of Jane Parker
Peach 5
s *ie 1 Lb., 8 Oz.
STAMPS e Each
With the Purchase of Jane Parker
PLA Blackberry -5.
TA Pie 1 Lb.,s 8 O
Pi Pe Each


Ann Page Pure-BLACKBERRY
Preserves 216. jar 55c
.Alabam Girl Mixed
Sweet Pickles Ib. jar 23c
Dole Pineapple
Juice 46 oz. can 29c


I LARGE FRESH


ANGEL





CA


Reg. 49c
17 Oz. Ring

Special! I


2Lb.
Blocks


Birdseye Frozen
Mixed FRUIT 12 oz. 39c
Birdseye Frozen,
PEACHES 12 oz. 29c
Birdseye Frozen
GREEN PEAS 10 oz. 21c
Birdseye Frozen--lO Oz.
Butter Beans 2 for 79c
Eelbeck
CORN MEAL 5 lbs. 51c
Gerber's Strained
BABY FOOD 6 jars 59c
Nabisco Premium
SALTINES lb. 29c
Shortening
DEXO lb. 29c
All Purpose Oi
DEXOLA gal. $1.95
Streitmann's Zesta
SALTINES lb. 29c
M&M Chocolate
Wafer BARS 6 for 25c
Spray Disinfectant
LYSOL 7 oz. $1.29
Mrs. Filbert's Reg.
MARGARINE lb. 27c
Yuban-10c OFF
Instant Coffee 6 oz. $1.05
Instant Tea--10c OFF
Tender Leaf 1V/ oz. 79c
Carnation
Instant Milk 14 qt. $1.15
Help Fight Cancer-Attend the
Horse Show Sat., 8:00 p.m. In
Wewahltchka.


"SUPER-RIGHT" Tender Western Half or Whole SMOKED


THERE'S NO SMARTER BUY IN TOWN THAN A \

OR VAATON SPECIAL L!




SADOS416VE V/WROAUL/!


PINT


HEAD


39c


19c


99c


Blueberries
LARGE CRISP FIRM


LETTUCE
LARGE RED RIPE


Watermelons


A&P Frozen Concentrated ORANGE

JUICE

6 oz. 79c

Solid Block Colored MARGARINE

NUTLEY


Van Camp

BEANS


81z


$1


FORD WAGONS! NOW ONLY


'62 FALCON TUDOR SEDAN-Whitewall tires optional at extra cost
FALCONS! NOW ONLY


'862 FAIRIANE CLUB SEDAN-Whitewall tires optional at extra cost
fIRLANES! NOW ONLY


29c


Sultana PORK and

BEANS


52& 29c


SJane Parker Light Tender


SAVE EXTRA NOW ON THE FORD OF','OUR CHO'!E AT
F.


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Third Annual
WEWA HORSE SHOW
JUNE 9 8:00 P.M., EST
Benefit American Cancer Soolety, Gulf
County Chapter


Men and Boy's-Short Sleeve
DRESS SHIRTS


AT COST


vHEN YOU SHOP THE IGA WAY--


Rolled Rotisserie


OF

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50 RE T SAMP WTH2 BSlb--


50 FREE TV STAMPS WITH 2 LBS.
OLD SMOKEY

Sausage 2 lbs. 1


TENDER TASTY
Lamb Chops
TABLERITE LEAN
Sliced Bacon
GROUND FRESH
Lamb Patties


'~1'


7~47,, ~.


lb. 59c
lb. 49c
lb. 59c


TABLERITE FRESH GROUND


SBEEF


3lbs.


1.19


OUR
DAN RIVER MATERIAL
HAS JUST ARRIVED!

Southern Choice
WINTERIZED COOKING





NO. 10 JAR




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GRADE "A""SmallB


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PLEASE LIMIT 2 PACKAGES WITH FOOD ORDER

IGA GOLDEN
CREAM CORN
ALL FLAVORS.
JUMBO PIES
SAVE 10 CENTS
IGA. Instant
COFFEE JgR
6 OZ. JAR


2 Large
Packages


2


303
Cans


Package
of 12


RMOUR'S
STREET


49c


29c

39c


FANCY


.k Cello Package
4-i RADISHES
? Vine Ripe-In Cartons
TOMATOES
Home Grown
Blackeye PEAS
IGA FRESH FROZEN
PURE FROZEN
ORANGE J UICE
COCONUT-CHOCOLATE-LEMON
CR E A M PIES
CRINKLE CUT
POTATOES 211


REFRESHING COOLING
WELCHADE


SAVE .. BUY
IGA ICED TEA
DRY DETERGENT


HOUSEHOLD
AJAX


12 Oz.
Can


39c


ARMOUR'S


CLEANSER


3


YELLOW
10 .Ears49c


pkg.


5c


2, ctns. 29c
lb. lOc


6 cans 89c
2for 99c
b.pkg. 45c

I Quarts 99c


4 oz. pkg.
47 oz. pkg.
2 med.cans


FLORIENT
AIR DEODORANT


35c
59c
33c


VIENNA


SAUSAGE


2 4Ounce Cans 39c


PLUS FEDERAL TAX
JERGENS LOTION 12V2oz.bot. 98c


44actt


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VAN CAMPS
PORK&jCII
BEANS
NO. 300 CAN


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Register For The Beautiful Tappan
Eler tric Range
DID YOU WIN DRAWING SATURDAY, JUNE 9 6:00 P.M.
You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win -


MISS. BRAND
Sliced Bacon


25 Stamps Free
With Each
Pound No
Coupon Needed


SUNNYLAND'S


Prices Good Thru Saturday, June 9


C


Sliced
29c lb.


COPELAND'S HICKORY SMOKED

HAM
Copeland's 12 Oz. Pkg.
Franks


Shank
Portion


Per
Pound
Whole


DUBUQUE'S FINE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF

STE AK T-BONE lb. 98c


Marcal Paper-80 CT. PKG.
NAPKINS


2 For


23c


Gerber's Strained Fruit and Vegetable
Baby Food


Quantity Rights Reserved


FREE -
P A r.vn ...


5U Prize


ramps


With This Coupon When
You Visit Our New Port St.
Joe JITNEY JUNGLE
Not Good After Saturday, June 9


10 Jars


95c


FRESHER PRODUCE


YOUNG TENDER BUTTER


Bulter Beaus 2Lbs.


CUCUMBERS


TENDER GOLDEN

CORN
YELLOW MEDIUM

ONIONS


12 Ears

2 Lbs.


25c
9c



49'


15c


Hot Dog C
AND Each
Pepsi ^


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Suds
2 Lg. Pkgs.

49c


Jim Dandy
GRITS


2 Reg.
Boxes


23c


SNAX JITNEY JUNGLE SPECIAL

POTATO


Blackburn's Special
SYRUP


No. 5
Jug


39c


JUNGLE QUEEN

SALAD ORE


Ballard's Plain or Self Rising
FLOUR 5 B
Jo Bo 12 POUND CAN
DOG FOOD


49c

89c


Jitney Jungle
MILK


3Tall
Cans


Big
59c
Twin
Pack


Jim Dandy-SCRATCH
Scratch Feed


ING Jar
Bakerite
Shortening
Oakhill Freestone
PEACHES


25 Lb.
Bag


3Lb.
Can
Big 2V
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-- Say You Saw It In The Star -



Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:0U a.m.
CHRISTIAN-ADETS 6:15 p.m.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) .-....---.. 7:30 p.m.


You A.e Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church
..i 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


Friday, Saturday and Sunday

GET ACQUAINTED SPEC

EXPERT CAR WASH JOB or

COMPLETE GREASE JOB -

SINCLAIR Service
NEW OWNERS


C. R. SMITH
402 Monument Ave.


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THE TAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


INSURANCE


Is An Exacting Science, Too


Let's take an example. Do you know
that YOU can be SUED! Someone may
have an accident on property you own
That someone can sue you, his claim can
WIPE YOU OUT unless you're pro-
perly insured!


MAXIMUM COVERAGE

AT A MINIMUM COST


TITLE INSURANCE


LIABILITY INSURANCE


FIRE BONDS


Tomlinson Insurance Agency
403 Monument Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1962


An Open Letter


To The Public

am very proud of my record and
I ant to take this opportunity to because of this good record and be.
thank the citizens of Gulf County cause I love to work for the citi-
for permitting me to serve as a zens of my County, I asked you for
member of the Board of County the same job for another four years
Commissioners for the past seven but you went to the polls during
years and for this eighth year that the second 'primary and said "NO"
will end on the second Tuesday in to my request. However, you did
January, 1963. I have enjoyed serv- elect .a fine young man,, James G.
ing the people of our County during McDaniel to fill my old spot on the
this tife, but I would not be telling Board. To Jimmy I say "Congratu-
the whole truth it I failed to Say nations" and I offer my full coop-
that 'with the pleasures, I also bad eration and will stand ready to
some headaches but whether my help in any matter that I may be
task turned out to be a headache called for and I urge all of the
or pleasure, I can truthfully say citizens of Gulf County to coop-
that I always made the decision rate with Jimmy and 'the other
that I thought was best for Gulf members of 'the Board In order
County and 'God being my helper, that our Gulf County will continue
I will continue to serve the balance to grow in a manner that will bring
of my term in the same manner. pride to all of our citizens. For
We, the Board of County Com- those who -did vote for me, I thank
missioners, h ave accomplished you from -the bottom of my heart.
much during the past seven years One 'of my greatest disappoint-
and five months, as much or more Ments during my tenure as County
than any other Board since the be- Commissioner was that I found a
ginning of our County. The record retain few people in our county
in the Courthouse will bear this out that are always ,trying to promote
and at the same time taxes have dlssharmony between sections of
been held at the very minimum. I our County
'This is an unhealthy situation
-f- or any County and one that should
never exist. As citizens of Gulf
County, we all belong to ithe shme
family, therefore, we should all
Spull together and never have dis-
Szen to help stamp out any and all
sectional discords and let us turn
our efforts to working in unity in
order that our County may be out-
standing in every respect.-
E. C. HARDEN, Sr.
AL chairman, Board of
*-! County iCommissioners.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
._9 9 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
i* onesns in Port St. Joe, Florida un-
Stat.on der the firm name of J & J Fence
Company and will on the 21st day
of June, 1962, register said ficti-
tious naie with, the Clerk of the
.PATE Circuit Court of Gulf County, Flor-
PATE ida, at Wewahitchka, Florida. This
Phone 2273231 the 1st day of June, A. D. 1962.
A. 'E. Johnson, and
Juifa Johnson


CALL SEAMAN
Plumbing Installation Repelft
Contract Work A Specialty
Agents o
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
-CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-


TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU

BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE


1107 GARRISON AVE.


KNEES WONDROUSL'
CONSTRUCTED
The knee joint is the larf
weight-bearing joint in the bc
it has the characteristics of b
a hinge and a pivot.
The hinge motion provides
the knee to swing smoothly :
in proper relationship to
and foot alignments. The k
joint must straighten fully
bear standing and walk
weight, must flex to shorten
the swing-through of stride,
must bear full body weight
rhythmic sequence of gait.
uneven surfaces such as cu
:ird stairs, the leverage to ri
or lower body weight is trem
dous. The knee is vulnerable
injury and diseases that disa
the joint, and persons so
abled are often involved witl
long period of rehabilitation.
The best possible alignme
of the legs is important. iV
infants and growing childr
nutrition has much to do w
proper bone formation a
alignment. Both "kncclk-l;nce
and bowed knees produce s(
ous mal-alignments. Scve
types of these defects are se
less often today, probably d
to an understanding of bet
nutritional balance for infants
Pain in the knee is often wl
is known as "referred pai:
which means it is caused
trouble located somewhere otl
than the knee. The hip joint
one of the most common source
cf referred knee pain. The ft
may also be associated w
knee conditions. Whenever fo
alignment in a child is improp
correction "should b.- provide
by proper shoes and corln:m
until growth and leg ali,'nmr
are correct.
Knees are wondrously cc
structed to take a beaai
throughout life. To help i',]
that the knees and other join
a:nd bones develop correctly,
child should be examined
rcgu!ar interva's b, a physics '


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CLASSIOIED ADS
Midget Inekmnte WiW m
G Rant Reuw=n *

NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of June, 1962, at the front door of t
ity Hall, City of Port St. Joe, State of Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold
the following described land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite i
same, together with all costs of such sale and all advertising.
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Treasurer and Colleotor
City of Port St. 3J, Fluorida
OWNER i. Lot Block Adv. Total
LeHardy, F. A. .......................18. 8 ............... .60 248.1
Mulberg, Gladys and hingold, Anita ..... 16 9 .............. .60 18.9
Westbrook, Neel ............ ... S 100' 8 11 ............... .60 87.3
Leiardy, F. A.................. 28, 80 18 ............... .60 89.5
Comforter, W. P. .............. 12, 14, 16 22 ............ .60 227.6
Garraway, E. R. arid Julia Mack ...... 1, 8 26 ............... .60 102.2
Garraway, E. &. and Julia Mack 5, 7, 9, 11 26 ............... .60 69.4
Golf. Ernest J. ............ 16, 18, 20& 22 28 ............... .60 11.2
Meyer, L E. ...... ,.........,..,.. 19 42 ................ .50 7.3
Vittu, Mrs.Annie ....... ... 4 48 .............. 8...60 6.8
Peacock, J. A. ..................... S, 4 68 .................. 60 6.1
Ellerbee, John G............ 06' 9, 11 1 .............:::: :50 744.
Martin, A. P.............. ....... ..1 8 68 .................50 18.8
Bells, Jr., B. W. ...............*..... 19 68 .................50 8.6
Eells, Jr., B. W. ..................... 80 68 ............... .60 8.0
Bells, Jr., B. W...................... 81 68................. 50 8.0
Eells, Jr., B. W ..................................7 70. .... ........ .60 8.0
Eelis Jr., B. W. ....................... 8 70 ............... .60 8.0
Bells, Jr., B. W .......................... 9 70 ............... .60 8.6
Baldwin, N. D.............. ..... .....2 77*................50 4.8
Barrett, S. A., Jr. .............. 2, 88, 84 78 ................60 8.6
llis,sra 1. .................. ... ..... 78 S *. .60 7.8
Acyers, Henry F. and Beulah .........1, 8............... 0 6.2
Murphy Harry...............** .....******. ...............50 8.9
Britt, Joe Frank...,................. 6, 6 94......... 60 8.7
LeGran, JAlex5,................*.0as8 ..0 ...50 4.6
Fox, Robert B.....................** ....1 07 .650 12.1
Vaughn, Dudley A& ......... ... .. 97........... .50 11.1
Howard, John ..............*.......... 4 101 ...........50 9.
Jones, Preston 1................ 120 ................60 2.5
ingAlma............... 2 100............ 0
Battle, Etello .........................16 1006 ................ 0 69.7
Mant Ira ........ ............ ....1.. ** 1007 ............... .0 610.8
an ames ....... ............... 19 1010 ................0 20.3
Ma James ........ ..............** 21 1010 .............50 20.
Costa Sr., O. G........*, ....,...3 4 1012 .. ........... 0 208.81
Btts, J. Lemo......................***** 6 1012 ...............* 0 .
Collins, Wilie Lee .................... 1 1016 ................ 0 1.6
Faith Bible Church .............. 8, 9, 10 98 ............... 50 .0
Robinson, Freeman...........:....... 24 1015 ........... ..... 0 4.1
Wilson, Doris and Will................. 16 101 ................60o 8.0
McNair, Willi................ ........**21 1016 ................560 .1
Granger, Andrew ............ 8 & W V/s 10 101 ................ 50 .
PoMunsel, a Lee .................... 1 4 1010............ .60 .8
Shackleford, Archie ............**...... 16 1017 ................ 50 1.8
Bryant, George .............. Z /a 10, 12 1017 ........... .. 50 2.3
Leslie, Jack ................ ............. 22 1017 ................ 50 1.9
Hoppe, Nero .............. 4 A ......4.......6.5 12.5 1
Borders, Willie Lee ................. 17 A ........ .50. 4.1
Brown, Willie MaeI ................ 28 A ............... 6.50 8.5
n, Willi...........................1 B.......... .0 .5
Hopped, Nero ......................... 2 B ................0 .9
Fleming, E. L.....................N Y 4 B ............50 4.5
Gainer, Jerry ................. is B 1 B..............500 19.2


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ve Phone 227-8681




STAL HOLINESS CHURCH
SGarrison at 20th
arvice (Wednesday) .... 7:45 P.M.
school ___ 10:00 A.M.
Worship 1 ~00 A.M.
Worship __ 7:45 P.M.
Is Harbor in the Port Area"
v. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Comfortably AIr-Conditioned



METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
OHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
)HOOL 9.45 a.m.
WORSHfP 11:00 a.m.
T YOUT FELLOWSHIP .... 645 p.m.
VORSHIP 8:00 p.m.


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dairy foods they need
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A complete line of Borden's Dairy Pro-
ducts at your favorite super market or
delivered to your door. Just call us, col-
lect, to have your name placed on our
route.


TRY OUR

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DAIRYY "0 ;06

"Gulf County's Only Producing Dairy"
me 6394383 Wewahitchka, Florida


NEED A PLUMBER?


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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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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


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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-


Only Sunbeam Bread



is Batter Whipped!


This Tenderness Test Proves It!
Batter Whipped Sunbeam tears
smoothly, evenly. It's tender (even the
crust!) because Sunbeam is mixed in
small batches at high speed, for smooth
texture that locks in fresh flavor!
Try the Tenderness Test today! Get
Batter Whipped Sunbeam Bread at your
favorite grocer's!

Flowers Baking Co., Inc., Thomasville, Ga., Jacksonville, Fla.


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YOUZL FiN/D IT INv HIE


FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1314
Marvin Ave. Purchaser to as-
sume VA mortgage. See Cecil. Coas-
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-5-1.0
FOR SALE: Ken.more electric
range, 36 inch. Excellent condi-
tion, $100.00.'Baby car bed, $5.00.
Phone 229-2591, 1907 Juniper A. St
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
bath's, 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.
229-2521. tfc-5-24
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom houseat ,St.
Joe Beach., Carport and storage.
Phone James Traweek, 648-3196.-
MAN or WOMAN WANTED: Good
Rawleigh business now open in
Gulf County. If willing to conduct
Home Service business with good
profits. Write immediately. Raw-
leigh Dept. FAF-100-45 Memphis,
Tennessee. 3tp6-7
FOR SALE: 16' Chris-Craft Express
cruiser. Sleeps 4. In excellent
condition. Phone 648-3175. tfc-6-7


OM-FOR SALE: 2 lots at St. Joe Beach.
SO" ".. -Two lots from highway on First
227-7776 after 5 p.m. 4tp-5-24
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GGene's Gulf Service

S- '701 Monument Ave. Phone 229-2531 Port St. Joe


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
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house. 1404 Long Ave. Rent
reasonable. Call 227-3972, Dixie
Belle Motel. tfc-6 7
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
house at St. Joe Beach. Also un-
furnished 3 bedroom house, 1317
Long Avenue. Phone 227-4686. C.
W. Long. tfc-6-7
FOR RENT: Nice .bderoom with
foam rubber bedding and private
bath, living room and TV room
privilege. See at 528 Sixth Street.
Corner of Sixth and Woodward
Ave. 2tp-6-7
FOR RENT: Beach cottages, fur-
nished and with utilities. As low
as $25.00 per week. Less by month.
J. D. Clark, 1017 Long Ave. Phone
227-7771. Ztp-6-7
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, 217-3636.


WANTED TO RENT: High quality
unfurnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath
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.
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. Evlnrude 1061 model
elec. starter motor.
1 complete set of motor con-
trols and control connectors.
1 heavy duty marine outboard
battery.
1 battery case.
1 6-gal. pressure tank with
lose 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.
Dall Jesse Stone at 227-2291.
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 e e estimates. SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument
Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfc-1-18
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondaye. 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. BLACKSHEA, Sec
All Master Masons cordially invited
EPTIC TANKS 'pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
trick expert service. tfe
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. A4I 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. Amwloan Legion
Home.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. tf

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORTDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
MARY R. GRIChi,
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 o.: 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
becoiLa void according to law.
/s/ SAMUEL R. GRICE
/s/ BEN R. GRICE
Executors of the Estate of
Mary R. Grize, 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, .r.


WANTED: Waitress and cook. Cat-
alina Restaurant, Mexico Beach.
Call 648-3122. itc-5-31
ORF 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 Allen, Jr. at 129 Hunter
Circle. tfc-5-31
FOR SALE: Two lots on corner at
St. Joe Beach. Has 150' front-
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 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 hou se 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


HINSON'S
ELECTRICAL SHOP
"ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR"
Motor and Armature Rewinding
Water Pump Repairs
Phones 785-6903 and 763-1189
Corner West 8th St. & Mulberry
Panama City, Florida


Send Th* Star To A Frend


City Votes

(Continued PFro Page 1)
der $500.00 for materials for the
project and a commitment to In-
stall the fixtures if the city pur-
chased them.
Mayor Hannon pointed out that
the budget this year was skimpy
and 'asked that Babbit get a closer
estimate of the cost for fixtures and
the city would consider the pro-
ject.
Special Meeting In Offing
The Board 'discussed at some
length whether or not to accept a
federal grant for engineering ser-
vices for improvement of the City's
water and sewer facilities. The
City has been offered up to $7,-
500.00 by the Federal Government
for these services. The 'money used
will have to be repaid by the City
when any actual construction work
from the survey is done.
While the City Commission does
not feel that they will need th'3
full scope of the engineering plan
set up (the survey funds will co-
ver up to $750,000.00 in new con-
struction) it was the consensus of
the Board that some of the money
could be used to make an engineer-
ing study for an enlargement of the
water treatment plant and the sew-
age disposal plant..
The City is planning to hold a
special meeting in the near future
to -determine to what extent accept-
ance of the federal money will ob-
ligate the city.



'Recreation

(Continued From Page 1)
Approximately 200 students have
verbally indicated their interest in
some ,phase of the program. This
prior interest gives promise of an
exciting and interesting summer
for the students who avail them-
selves of the opportunities present-
ed 'them. All activities will origin-
'ate at the high school gymnasium.


Horse Show
(Continued From Page 1)
in English Tack. No set-tail horses.
Walk, canter or rack, and favorite
gait.
9th Class---English Pleasure. 14
years old- and over. (Rules apply
as in 8th Class).
10th Class-Three and Five-Gait.
ed Horses.
11th Class-Amateur Walking
Horses. 14 years old and under.
12th Class-Open Walking Hor-
ses. 14 years old and over.
13th Class-Tunnel Race. 14
years old and under.
14th Class-Stake Race or Pole
Bending. 'Open.
15th Class-Clover Leaf Barrel
Races. 14 years old and under.
16th Class-Clover Leaf Barrel
Races. 14 years old and 'over.
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Free X-Ray Series

Will End Saturday


The State Health Department's
mobile X-ray machine will finish
its stay in Gulf County this week
by operating through Saturday of
this week.
Today from 6 to 8 a.m., the unit
will be at the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany.
This afternoon-from 3 to 5 p.m.
the, mobile unit will be at the Post
Ofifce in Highland View. From 6
to 8 p.m., it will be 'at enney's Mill.
Friday and Saturday, the unit
will be in Wewahltchka. Operating
hours in Wewahltchka will be 1
to 4 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. Friday
and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 to 8
p.m. on Saturday.
The X-ray eyamlnations are free
of charge and explore the chest
cavity for enlarged heart, cancer
and tuberculosis. There is no feel-
uing at all, no disrobing and it only
takes a minute.
Every citizen of Gulf County is
urged to 'get their free chest X-ray
during these last few days.

Attend Graduation
.Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boyer and son
George and Mrs. A. D. Lawson art-
tended the graduation of Charles
Boyer from FSU School of Arts and
Sciences last Saturday.
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effortless ride of exclusive Cushion-Link Suspension. Move ahead with
Mercury's famous V-8 power. Save as you drive, too. Monterey's service-
saving features cut routine maintenance to just twice a year.
COME GET THE REAL LOW-DOWN ON PRICE
*Manufacturer's suggested retail price including heater and
defroster. Whitewolls, transportation and local taxes extra.


ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
PORT ST. JOE



Again, I Say "Thanks"
Again I would like to thank the voters of Gulf
County for their good vote and for those who work-
ed in my behalf so faithfully. Again, I say "thank
you".

JAMES C. HORTON






THANK YOU, VOTERS

I wish to offer by heart-felt thanks to the many
people of Gulf County who cast their vote in my
favor for Democratic Committeeman from Gulf
County.
I pledge myself to do everything in my power
to try to live up to your trust in me and to repre-
sent your interests in the Democratic Party of Flor-
ida to the best of my ability.


TED CANNON






To The Citizens of Gulf County:


The vote which you gave me in the recent cam-
paign was one of the most heart warming expres-
sions I have ever experienced.
My one desire is that my supporters join hands
with me in giving our representative-elect any co-
operation possible during his term of office. Only
by working together can we make this, our county,
realize its true potential.
With a feeling of gratitude and a desire to serve
in any way possible, I extend my congratulations to
Mr. Ben C. Williams.
Very truly yours,


BILLY RISH


TO THE VOTERS of GULF COUNTY

I would like to express my sincerest thanks and
appreciation to the voters of Gulf County for the
wonderful vote and support you gave me in my elec-
tion to the office of County Commissioner of Dis-
trict 3.
I will never betray the trust you have placed in
me and I will work for the betterment of Gulf County.
Thank You


S. C. PLAYER
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MOVING IN NEW FURNITURE-Pictured above are furniture com-
pany deliverymen placing new chairs, tables and couches in the
Port St. Joe Youth Recreation Center last Saturday morning. The
furniture was bought with donations from clubs and individuals.