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TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIMA THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1962 NUMBER 87
The annual All-Star Little
Boy's Baseball games have been
been scheduled for Wednesday
afternoon and night by officials
'of the League. Games will be-
gin at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. Wed-
nesday, July 4.
In conjunction with the two
games, a host of valuable prizes
will be given away at both
games. Tickets for the prizes are
available now from any Little
Boy's League player or manager.
The grand prize at each game
'will be a six-translstor radio to
mbe given at each game.
Ia addition to the grand prize
each game will feature the award
of several other prize&. An equal
number of prizes will be given
Lt. Col. William R. Ledbetter,
commanding officer of the District
Corps of Engineer's office in Mo-
bile, Ala., will be the speak-
er at the regular quarterly meeting
of the Port St. Joe Chamber of
Commerce Monday night, Jun-e 25.
The building committee of the Long Avenue
Baptis't Church announced this week that they had
sent 'out calls for bids on Friday, June 15 for con-
"trucction of the above pictured church sanctuary
o0n the church's property at the corner of Long
A-ynue and Sixteenth ;Street.
i1 The building will be of brick and concrete
block structure, with a stucco finish. The audi-
torium will contain 9,950 square feet which will
include the auditorium for the church, several
classrooms upstairs, office rooms downstairs and
a balcony. The plans call for the building to be
One hundred ten million drivers
are expected to bJe licensed, in the
United States *by 1970. As the fast-
eat growing among the medium-to
targe states, Florida will have-more
than -tie Und one half million of
'these drivers, which will be greater
'than he population of the state in
pi0G^11 A dition, Fforida has an
.i annual tourist popula-
tion. In a recent year there were
over 11 million visitors represent-
ing -more than a 90% increase over
a ten year period. It is estimated
that 80% of the annual tourist pop-
ulation arrlws by automobile,
thereby adding to the problem of
highway safety in llorida.
Furthermore, authorities esti-
mate that in 1970 eleven thousand
youths of Secondary School age
will reach driving age daily--40,-
000,000 yearly. In Florida, where
the high age group will increase at
least 80% between 1960 and 1970,
(compared to a national increase
of 43%) 105,000 youths will reach
driving age annually. Florida, fac-
ed with an overwhelming number
of automobiles on its highways by
1970, recognizes its critical need to
educate the beginning drivers.
Fifty ;two students have signed
Sgt-F.C. and Mrs. M. L. Free-
man and daughters, Rebecca and
Barbara have been visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Freeman of 603 Long Avenue.
He has been stationed in Stutt-
gart, Germany with the Seventh
Artillery for the past four and a
half years, but will now be sta-
tioned at Fort Sill, Oklahompa.
Mrs. Freeman is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hoker of
Phicago, Ill., and formerly of this
,completely air conditioned and centrally heated.
Bids ,will be opened by the church building
committee on Wednesday, July 11 at 10:00 a.m.
at the Long Avenue Baptist Church.
A complete et of plans and specifications may
be obtained by -prospective bidders from the of-
fice 'of the church 'architect, B. W. Hartman, Jr.,
AIA, 4717 South Lakewood Drive, Panama City,
The church building committee is composed
of: Durel Brigman, 'chairman; Wesaley R. Ramsey,
vice-chairman; Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs. Joe Mc-
Leod, 'Cliff Robbins and Dr. John Wayne Hendrix.
up to take the Driver Education
course offered at Port St. Joe High
School' 'this summer. The course
will run for eight 'weeks and 'be di-
videdl up into two four-week ses
Thie 1-$st 5saec.on which has al
ready, staIted will run from June
11, until July 6. Th: second ses-
sion will run. rom July%9, until
August 3. Students who successful-
ly complete the course will earn
one half credit. The state require-
ments are thirty hours of class-
room instruction plus six hours of
supervised driving instructions.
Any person under 19 years of
age may take the course. There is
no charge for students to take dri-
ver education in the public schools
of Florida. .Driver Education is fi-
nanced by a 50c fee per year on
Florida Driver Licenses. Insurance
'companies have endorsed this pro-
gram to the extent that most of
'them offer 'a ten percent reduction
in insurance rates to the male dri-
ver under 25.
The only requirement to be eli-
gible to take this course is be able
'to obtain a restricted license and
be in good physical and mental
health. The Dr iv e r Education
course is offered during the regular
school year also.
The students taking the .first four
weeks are: Charles Thomas, Gill
Shealy, Robbin Brown, Ricky God-
fry, Al Cathy, Rex Buzzett, Maurice
Fuller, George Sm al1, Cecelia
Creech, Bobby Antley, Gail Ander-
son, Ellen Scisson, Barbara Weeks,
Michel Anchors, Rebecca Childers,
Fran Robbins, Fran Gunfi, Andrew
Trammell, Jake Belin, Carol Alli-
gocd. Evelyn Dockery, Richard
PEay, David Henderson, Danny
Oake&. Johnny Maddox, Jacqute
Price, Billy Antley, Jake Nichols,
Danny Odum, Paula Lovett, Bobby
Bramton 'and Dennis White.
Any student that did not sign up
for the second session is welcome
to come by Mr. Bowdoin's o'fice
and 'sign up, provided there will be
an opening. The dual control car
is being furnished through the
courtesy of Otis Pyle and the St.
,Tee Motor Company.
'Richard Brittain Assumes
Duties At Carp's Store
Kenneth Cox, manager of Carp's
Department Store here in Port 'St.
Joe, announced the employment of
a new assistant manager for the
store this week.
Richard Brittain assumed these
duties Monday morning. Brittain
is formerly of Jacksonville Where
he was employed by Woolworth.
He and his wife aimd small child
are moving to Port St. Joe.
Danny Oaks Makes
A Hole In One!
Danny Oaks, a rising freshman
at PoaR St. Joe .'igh School-
achieved :one of golf's rarities this
week 'by .shooting a hole in one.
Oaks accomplished this feat on the
120 yard second hole of the high
school course. This 'was the first
ace -to be scored on the course.
Golf continues to be a popular
activity in the high school's sum-
mer recreation program. A tournra-
ment pitting the;-'best young golf-
ers of Port St. Joe against one an-
other will be held during the last
week of the program. In the mean-
time the golfers are working on
their driving, putting and chipping
not to mention looking for balls in
Any student of high' school age
is invited to take part in any phase
of the high school recreation pro-
Notice is given to the Junior
High School band members that the
purple and gold uniforms have been
sold to the Lake Butler High School
Those having the purple and gold
uniforms in their possession are
urged' to turn them in immediately
'to bandmaster Herman Dean in or-
der that they may be shipped to
,It is important that all Junior
High band members respond to this
request as soon as possible.
The Chamber will meet at 8:00
p hi. in the Centennial Building for
a dinner meeting 'and an address
by the featured speaker. According
to Chamber President, Walter C.
Dodson, there 'will' be no business
Dodson said that 'all members of
the Chamber as 'well as prospective
rn.embers are urged to attend Mon.
day': meeting. Those who wish to
join at 'the Monday meeting will
find membership blanks on hand
for their convenience.
A Serious Fire
A burning mattress in an unoc-
cupied building roused the Port
St. Joe Volunteer Fire Department
out of bed at 11:46 Saturday night.
The two story building located at
'the corner of Avelnue 'A' and Main
Street was endangered by the
burning mattress, but quick re-
sponse by the local firemen kept
the potential big fire from getting
started. In a few moments the mat-
tress was removed from a down-
stairs room, doused with water
and the firemen were then headed
back to their own mattresses in
about 10 minutes.
At 1:15 p.m. Sunday afternoon
another alarm brought the Fire De-
partment into action again.
This time a pile of power poles
belonging to Florida Power C~opor-
ation and located across the street
from Glidden Chemical Company
had caught fire from a small brush
fire. The Dopartment was called to
action by Leroy Watson, gate guard
at Glidden and apent about two
hours putting the fire In the stack
of poles out.
The Florida Forest Service was
called into action to plow around
the brush fire which handmade Its
way Into a nearby swamp.
According to Richard Porter, lo-
cal manager of Florida Power, dam-
age resulted in the loss of 30 poles
,and 60 'to 70 timber cross arms.
Dr. Lowery To
Lecture At FSU
Dr. W. D. Lowery, Director, Gulf
County Health Department has
been invited to be a guest lecturer
in Health Education Graduate
Course for teachers at Florida State
University on June 20.
Dr. Lowery was active'in School
Health Program Organiiation and
Planning in Escambia County and
was instrumental in the formation
of the first Escambia County School
This summer the Gulf County
Health Department will cooperate
with the Florida State University
In giving practical experience in
health education for all interested
teachers. This three hour
course and will S on June 18.
away at each game. The prizes
and donors are as follows:
St. Joe Hardware Co., Boat
cushion and two clothes rods.
St. Joe Furniture and Appli-
ance Co., Clothes basket. .
Roche's Furniture and Appli-
ance Store, Clothes Hamper.
Western Auto, Ice Chest.
Ruckman Shoe Repair, $1.00 in
Kennedy Electric, Stereo Al-
SRich's & Sons Super Market,
30 dozen eggs.
Danley Furniture Co., Tree
Jitney Jungle, Fruit Basket.
Blldwel Supply Co., Life Jack-
Lt. Coi. wiliam n. .LeuoetLer
Horse Frolics Nets
$1,365.13 for Cancer Fund
$1,365.13 was added to the
fund for fighting cancer as a re-
sult of the third annual horse
show frolics in Wewahitchka on
Saturday, June 9.
The Gulf County Chapter of
the American Cancer Society is
indeed grateful to those who put
much time and effort into making
the show a sucdebs.
ThMs source of income has put
-the Gulf County ,;Chapter sobstan-
tially over its 1962 fund raising
'Lions Club Installs
New Officers Tuesday
The Lions Club held its regular
meeting at the City Restaurant on
Tuesday, June 19 with the program
for 'the 'meeting being the installa-
'tion of new officers.
International Director Lion Alton
Boyd installed the new officers.
The new officer slate to serve for
the coming year are as follows:
President, Jimmy Costin; First
Vice-President, Lawrence Bowen;
Second Vice-President, John How-
ard; Third Vice-President, Charles
Norton; Secretary-Treasurer, Har-
ry Tison; Tail Twister, Grover
Holland; Lion Tamer, Leonard Be-
lin and Directors, W. 0. Whittle
'and Aaron Cooley.
Mrs. Irene D. Hill Dies
In Tallahassee Hospital
Mrs. Irene D. Hill, 71, of Lynn
Haven died Wednesday afternoon
in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
after a short illness.
A resident of Lynn Haven since
1945, Mrs. Hill is survived by eight
sons, one of whom is Rev. J. J. Hill
of Highland View, pastor of the
First United Pentecostal Holiness
Church and operator of Lynart Stu-
Funeral services were held at
4:00 p.m. Friday, at Pine Log Me-
thodist Church, Pine Log, Ga.
Pylant's Men & Boy's Wear,
$5.00 Gift Certificate.
City Restaurant, 2 Regular
Ohristo's 5 & 10, Air Mattress.
Prince & Princess Shop, One
pair of pants.
H. S. Lilius, Jeweler, Pair sil-
Carp's, One Blanket.
Webb's 5 & 10, Thermos Jug.
Wiley's .Supply Co., Charcoal
Bucket kit, 1 Garden Tool Set.
Cooper's Barber Shop, Bottle
Boyles Dept. Store, 1 Beach
Palace Barber Shop, Bottle of
Thames Jewelry, Set of 8 glas-
Commission Hears Report of City's
Financial Condition From Williams
After an informed presentation of facts and figures by
Rev. Harry Babbit and Coach Marion Craig Tuesday night,
the Port St. Joe City Commission agreed to call for bids for
the purchase of materials to install lights on the concrete
tennis court in the City Park near St. Joseph Bay.
Babbit 'and Craig had asked the
Commission on June 5 to consider
lighting the tennis court for night
play. Mayor Hannon asked the two
men to *get some estimated costs
and present to the Commission
Tuesday night, which they did.
Babbit said they had gone to
Apalachicola to look at a court
similar- to what they had in mind
for Port St. Joe and found the
lighting arrangement very satisfac-
tory. Babbit reported that the Apa-
lachicola installation had cost $475.
He had gathered a list of needed
equipment to Install the lights from
Florida Power Company and had
obtained prices on the equipment
and installation from a local elec-
trician. The cost for the local in-
'stallation would run $472.51 accord-
ing to the estimate.
The Board discussed the matter
at some length with Babbit empha-
sizing that the sport of tennis Is
growing in Port St. Joe and the
court would probably be used a
Of prime interest to the Commis-
sin wa's the status of 'city finances
which City Clerk J. B. Williams
said would just make it through
the year, with close management,
without having to borrow.
Mayor Hannon recommended that
the Board obtain bids'on 'the need-
ed material to install the lights for
study by the Board at its next
meeting. Commissioner N e d' ey
moved that the call for bids be
sent out with all the Commissioners
voting in favor.
Clerk Williams reported on the
city's financial condition giving the
Commission a run-down on bond
payments to be made this year and
money available to make them
Williams said 'that during the re-
mainder of the year the city must
pay $5,720 on the' City Hall; $12,-
280.00 for retirement of water sys-
tem bonds and $14,725.25 on hospi-
tal improvement bonds. Williams
said that the city had $31,959.44 on
hand in designated and, general
fund money on hand plus regular
income from water service, utility
taxes, cigarette taxes and several
other small sources of income to
complete the year with. He said
that all bills are current.
In other business matters, the
City received a request from Je-
hovah's Witnesses to use the Cen-
tennial Building in January or Feb-
ruary for a regional meeting. The
City tentatively OK'd use of the
building pending receipt of a def-
inate date from the group.
Civil Defense Director Bob Sid-
well asked for permission to use
several rooms in the Centennial
Building to store CD equipment.
The Board granted the use of the
'basement an one of the upstairs
stage dressing rooms for this stor-
Attorney Cecil Costin set the
middle of July or early August for
completion of a draft of a new city
zoning ordinance. He told the Board
the fee for this srevice would run
In the neighborhood of $1800.00.
Costin also suggested that the
Board put teeth in its license ordin-
ance by notifying those not having
business licenses to purchase them
or make cases against them, in
which case the city can force such
businesses to close their doors.
Mayor Han.non suggested that
the Commsision meet at 8:00 p.m.
tonight to decide whether or not
to accept the offered Government
grant for an engineer study of the
city's water and sewer needs. The
qualifications and results of the
grant are not quite clear to the
Commission and this will be one
of the items for discussion.
Clerk Williams reported that sev-
eral complaints had been registered
at the City Hall of offensive odors
from dog pens. Chief Griffin was
ordered to collaborate with Health
Department inspector, F. E. Tram-
mell in investigating this situation.
P. W. Petty reported several in-
fractions of garbage ordinances by
those not paying their garbage col-
lection fees. He said the garbage
was allowed to pile up and be scat-
thered about. Petty and Chief Grif-
fin were instructed to take care of
Warning To Mariners
The U. S. Army District Engin-
eers office of Mobile, Alabama ser-
ved notice this week that caution
should' be exercised, by mariners
approaching the dredge now work-
ing in St. Joseph Bay.
Passing signals should be blown
and no attempt should be made to
pass until signals are answered by
the dredge. Proper signals will be
displayed from the dredge at all
The dredge maintains consider-
able machinery under water near
its sides and boaters are warned
to give the vessel a wide berth
when in the dredge's vicinity.
Dedication of Chimes Set
Special dedication services will
be held Sunday morning at the
regular morning worship services
of the First Methodist Church to
dedicate a set of chimes which
has been purchased by the J. L.
Sharit Memorial Fund of the
The fund was started last year
after the death of the late Mayor
J. L. Sharit, who was a member
of the First Methodist Church.
Rev. J. C. Carmichael, former
pastor of the church and origina-
tor of the fund will attend the
special services and take part In
The public Is Invited to attend.
Campbell's Drug Store, Bowl-
ing pin hairbrush.
Costin's Dept. Store, $5.00
Tomlinson Gulf Service, Doz.
crazylegs popping bugs.
Pate's Shell Service, Ice Chest.
St. Joe Pure Service, Lubrica-
tion and car wash.
Gay's Fish Market, Bottle of
St. Joe Motor Co., Wheel bal-
Basil's Standard Serv., Lubri-
cation and car wash.
IGA Shopping Center, 5,000
Top Value Stamps.
Gene's Gulf Service, Car wash.
Haney Brother's Bakery, four
A&P Super Market, 3 lb. bag
St. Joe Bowling Lanes, six
free bowling games.
Buzzett's Drug Store, Flash-
Pixie Shop, Beach Bag.
Hurlbut's Furniture and Ap-
pliance Store, Sunbeam steam
and dry iron.
Floyd Chevrolet, four license
St. Joe Sinclair Service, Lubril
cation and car wash.
Marvin's 'Standard Service,
Lubrication and oil change.
SHOP AT HOEW
City Will Light Tennis
Court For Night Play
Long Avenue Baptist Church Calls for Bids On Auditorium
Driver Education Offered In
High School Summer Program
Little Boys All Star Baseball Game Set For July 4
A Informal Tea Honors Mr. and Mrs. at
LocalT eta O Grls Attend John G. Blount, Jr., On Anniversary M
A ssem b lyAn informaltea honoring Mr. the guests were directed to the
State 1ly iLast W eekendI and Mrs. John G. Blount, Jr., on gift room where Mrs. J. B. Grif- tr
,their 25th wedding anniversary, fith showed displayed gifts. to
June 17, was given by their Mrs. Paul Blount invited the a
The Theto, Rho Assembly of ly .following was the official open- Lodge Youth Committee, also Mrs. daughters, Mrs. Wayne Taylor guests to the portecochere, J
~Florida convened in Jacksonville ing of the Assembly which ,was hel Maye Kernan of West Palm Beach, and Mrs. James Howell. where they were served coffee, b
n the First Presbyterian Churchville ing of the educational hall. Members President of the Rebekah Assem- The Blount home was attrac- punch and cake from a beauti- y
at the corner of Monroesbyteriand Ocean of the local club, MelodyNo. 10, bly of Florida and Irving Levin of tively decorated in shades of fully arranged table of silver ap-
t the cor, ner of Monthroeandugh 17, with were in charge of Melody No. 10the Miami, Grand Master of the Grand pink, white and lavender sum- pointments. The four-tiered .cake t
Sthe re sident, June 15 through 17, with were in charge of seating o the Lodge of Florida. The initiatory mer flowers. Guests were greet- was decorated in pink and silver h
the president, Miss Patricia Me-rs. officers, after which came the in- work was performed and the meet- ed on arrival by Mrs. Taylor, and was topped with two white
Cormick, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. production of distinguished guests, ing adjourned, with a swimming Mrs. Howell and Mr. and Mrs. doves holding a silver heart-
L. E. "GAvene" McCormick of 1014 among whom was Mrs. Irene Frank-party following for the girls at the Blount. .shaped charm on which was en-
Woodward Avenue, presiding. The lin of Birmingham, Alabama, who motel. Mrs. R. W. McPherson, mother graced the numerals "25".
activities began with a banquet in is past .president of the Internation- The Assembly re-convened Sat- of Mrs. Blount, and Mrs. John Mrs. Earl Preston, Mrs. R. W.
tng he social enhallt ofand the church honor- al Association of Rebekah Assem-o a urday morning at 9:00 a.m. with Blount, Sr., Mr. Blount's mother, McPherson and Mrs. Adams
ng the residay even t and her oicer, blies of the Sovereign Grldand the regular order of business being presided at the guest table Reese assisted in serving.
at :30 Friday evening. Imeidate. member of he Sovereign Grad conducted, among which was the which held 'a beautiful arrange- Approximately fifty relatives
election 'of officers. Those elected 'ment of pink and white flowers and friends enjoyed the 'occasion.
to serve for the coming year were: and a -silver framed photo of the he hostesses presented the
President, Virginia Mayes, Stuart; honorees on their wedding day,
Vice-President, S an dra Fleegre, June 17, 1937. honorees with a silver engraved,
West Palm Beach; Warden, Nancy After signing the guest book, cigarette holder and ash tray set.
SStewart, Jacksonville; Secrtetairy,
/ r Nancy Pharr, Ft. Pierce; Treasur- M r
S ///Mary .Carolyn Lyons, Port St. Shower Honors vM rs. H. L. Brown
At 1:00 pnm. a memorial service Brenda Tom inson hostess o irce
Swas conducted by Melody No. 10 Bre a Tom nson Hostess To Circle
,J 4 for members deceased since last
as for embly.ers deceas Miss Brenda Tomlinson, June The Mary McMillian Circle of the
Local girls .attending were: Patbride-elect, was honored at a bri- Methodist WSCS met in the home
E OPENNG OF McCormick, Fran Gunn, Katrina dal shower last Wednesday after- of Mrs. H. C. Browne, Monday, June
THE OPENING OF 18 at 9:30 a.m. Light members were
S... ..... ..Farris, Mary Cai-olyn Lyons, Judy noon from 5:0,0 to 6:00 p.m. at the : n E m
T Il nSimms, Linda Kay Webb, Elaine home of Mrs. W. L. Durant on present and the president of the
Sl l 1Simms, Marjorie Woolford, Mary Woodward Avenue. The honoree Woman's Society, Mrs. Don Rut-
I ll11 I .R 1 R Ellen Evans, Judy Carter, Vicki and her mother were presented land.
McGill, Judy Williams and Janet with lovely corsages by the host- Mrs. Joe 'Sharit, vice-chairman,
SGoodman. Assistant advisors: Mrs. ess, whose home was beautifully presided over the business meet-
Ruth McCormick, Mrs. Jesse Ow- decorated with day lillies, garden- ing. July is activities month and
ens and .Mrs. Hazel Simms. Advisor, ias and zennias. Miss Sue Durant the following persons were asked
P C L U B Mrs. Flora Long. served at the punch bowl. t e in ers re
S tiPl / i lt Bu4 Everyone agreed this was one of The hostesses for the occasion etyouthon ,Sunida.
t n.hncsas bi eve attdwere Mrs. W. L. Durant, Mrs. Wes-mets to the .
the nicest assemblies ever attend- Costin, Sr., night. First Sunday, Mrs. Richards
ed and the presiding officer was Mrs N. D. Baldwin 'and Mrs. H. F. and Mrs. King. ISecond Sunday,
very highly commended for the Mrs. Rutland and Mrs. Sharit.
OPEN HOUSE, 8~- 11 P.M. manner in which she conducted Ayers. Third Sunday, Mrs. Belin and Mirs.
Sthe meetings. Shealey. Fourth ,Sunday, Mrs. Mc-
The First Presbyterian tChurch Honored With r saingday will be held
SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 23 charge tothe organization. Birthday Party next Monday t 1000 a..in he
,, Want Ads Get Res.ih Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beauchamp or th best9 Inoo
entertained their son, Jim with a
birthday party at their home Mon- Peo tr
day afternoon at 5:00 p.m. After
f./r games on the lawn and swimming O01
I* in the pool the children attending f!*t 0
SIIUAt\ulllt u were served popsicles, cake and
i n .L4 u t J lU nIII W J.|IUInU i ~punch. Those present were Gary ooo Avw eL
M'10and 'Donna Godwin, Wayn, Anita,
..... : -.* *; .-. .. L K -ig--- Mike and Charles Wimberly, Carol
S. Antley, .Shelton and Kenny Jeff- .
coat, Kathy Terry, Kenny Westofi,
S1 Rack MISSES Ricky 'and Sandy Varnum, Shelia
Harper, Gail Rogers, Mike and
Terry Rich, and Ann and JaInes
Ward. Mrs. Hatcher helped with
entertainment and serving.
Values to $12.00 Has Meeting
Mrs. G. C. Adkins entertained the
Lula Rawls Circle of the Woman's HUribut Gift Shop
f.,i /y. q ^ m rSociety of Christian Service of the GUiUUI ilftSh plv
SMethodist Church in her home Mon-
day, June 18 with ten members
present and the WSCS president,
//Mrs. Don Rutland. Mrs. Rutland
urged the group officers to attend ,,. .
i .,. ": ,~~ '^.i i nthe study course training group to -' j -.,'" -
Sbe held at the beach 'home of Mrs. /. -
All Children's Summer Elsie Blount.
Circle chairman, Mrs. G. S. Crox-
S/" En .--- t 7 ton .called the meeting to order and
SUJr SS S a e U /d opened the -session with prayer.
SiDow Mrs. R. H. Brinson gave the devo-
All Misses and Junior Skirts Redued 20% Mrs. aie Parrt wasn charge
of the program on missions and .
stressed the need abroad as well
Rayon, Dacron and Cotton Blends Reg. $2.98 as for home missions.
One Group Misses SLIPS now $2.49 Mrs. 'Croxto preside. over the
business session. The meeting was
S ..... .. closed with the Society Benediction. /
LadieA 'The hostess served delicious /
Ladie ,s^ C V-. V lt:..l I cooling refreshments to the mem- S
92pr 98 RENT |4E
SSLummer Lawn Mower ,
On o' Me .n s W By popular demand we are i
n tM TT S "now renting the famous Big _e.el A L ow
Ilae to 1.N59 m. St. Joe Auto Parts --
I IM I. H T D IIM ^ ;l' 1-1 ^A *i^ .*J ^^ ] U Phone 227-2611 and 227-2621 B,
i1.9 9 1 *.3 Inches Wide m .
each cottage of Mrs. Paul Blount
t Beacon Hill.
The program was presented hy
[rs. King. A mission challenge to
south with the thought that mis-
ons are not trying to Americanize
he world but Christianize the world
>day. Christianity did not begin as
Western religion. Christ was a
ew. The program 'urged parents to
e concerned about missions and
south would catch the vision.
The July meeting will 'be the
third Monday at 9:30 a.m. in the
ome of Mrs. H. E. Richards. All
members are expected to attend.
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Stork Shower Honoree
Mrs. Hulon Mitchell was honored
Tuesday night, June 19, with a
baby shower -given 'by Mrs. Oscar
Bateman, Mrs. Ted Cannon, Mrs.
Cary Godwin, Mrs. Jake Jacop, and
Mrs. Frank Williams 'at Mrs. OCan-
non's home on 116 Westcott Circle.
The rereshment table was cen-
tered by the punch bowl which was
encircled with white pom-poms in-
terwoven in lace ferns. As an ap-
propriate interest center the cake
was made in the likeness of a baby
in a 'bassinet. Approximately 25
guests called during the appropri-
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.ROR SIKES SAYS.
In all the wealth of reseaurces completely without water other
which are possessed by Florida, than through costly viaducts or
-nonekis more important than the pipelines to distant sources of sup-
availability of fresh water. Herply. Even the East is becoming a
it is present in such great abunii- te i c
dia inr ese trandsprttorea and l water scarce area because of the
dance in lakes and streams and tremendous demands upon water
underground channels that it is di- supply ma de by l arge cities and
ficult to realize the extreme ser- the nation's industrial complex.
iousness of water shortage in so
iouany parts of the natoin Mtag h Fresh water is one of the most im-
Sportant media that we have to of-
the western half of the nation is fer and it is one of the things about
which we talk the least.
The Presiden's speeches -which
S. are intended to reassure business
*___________________ $7iwould be more impressive if they
k G were accompanied by more signi-
ficant action. The e promise of a tax
cut will be welcome news to many
Enjoy Monterey's heft, feel, and easychair room. Relax with the quiet, people, but it Is well to remember
effortless ride of exclusive Cushion-Link Suspension. Move ahead with that through the simple process of
Mercury's famous V-8 power. Save as you drive, too. Monterey's service- allowing the present corporate tax
saving features cut routine maintenance to just twice a year. e' rate bill to expire this year, cor-
COME GET THE REAL LOW-DOWN ON PRICE portion taxes would automatically
*Manutocturer's suggested retail price including heater and drop from 52 percent to 47 percent.
tdiser. Whitewalls, transportation and local toxes extra. This would be more reassuring to
ST J E MA Y business than any number of
ST. J O E M T O R COM PY ,speeches. There is a definite need
just now for improved confidence
PORT ST. JOE in the fiscal itnegrity of Govern-
____ment. Almost daily, Congress is
bombarded with new proposals for
C 0 M P L ETE PH 0 T 0 SERVICE spending and periodically with pro-
posals that the debt limit be in-
FAST QUALITY ROLL FILM SERVICE creased. Nowhere are there pro-
posals for cuts in the cost of Gov-
SPORTRAIT COMMERCIAL ernment ,or for realistic efforts to
MOVIE FILM BLACK and WHITE COLOR reduce the national debt.
YN AR T STU D IO TA few weeks ago a long-suffering
LY INA T STU D Congress rejected a proposal to ,pay
104 Bay View Drive Phone 227-8681 the Philippine Government another
$77 million for war damages. Stat-
ed blunlty, Congress feels that 'we
have -bought and paid -for the Phil-
ippines just as many times as we
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church should. There is another side to
this. The Filipinos are our friends
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor and Congress ,did agree some years
ago to include this amount in the
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m. total payments to be made to the
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. Philippine Government. The unfor-
-"CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 p.m. tunate thing is hat shocking stories
of corruption and mismanagement
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m. and plain stealing, have followed
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.)------ .......... 7:30 p.m. each grant of funds to the Philip-
pines by the Congress. If the $77
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THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1962
million in controversy is eventually
to be paid, it should be with some
certainty that the money will reach
the ordinary Filipino and small
businessman, and not line the pock-
ets of the grafters in the Philippine
Senator Mansfield's statement
that the United States must take a
second look at its policies in South-
east Asia had a double motive. Ac-
tually he was saying for the admin-
istration that our SEATO allies
must assume a proportionate share
of responsibility for this area and
that the United States is not will-
ing to carry the whole load alone.
We carried 98 percent of the load
in Korea. Now it looks as though
we are about to embark on the
Southeast Asian venture without
even token help from our SiEATO
allies. Under the SEATO agree-
ment, the member nations have
equal responsibility with us for the
security of the area. If we 'have
learned anything in our relations
with foreign governments, it is that
they will let us ido the work and
pay the bill just as long as we will
accept that responsibility. But the
other SEATO nations are the ones
that 'are in 'the path of Commun-
ist aggression. They face the im-
mediate peril ,of being over-run.
Therefore, it is to their immediate
interest that they take steps for
their own protection. At least they
should furnish the troops. They are
10,000 miles nearer to the battle
lines than we.
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1962
A Service of Your Dbctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
Physicians are good inter-
viewers. They interview the pa-
tient to get a history of the case
and obtain something to go on
in approaching diagnosis and
Medical history-taking is rec-
ognized as the cornerstone of
good medical practice. Of the
several types, none is more im-
portant than the first history-
taking interview. There is more
to an interview than the medical
history obtained; there is con-
sideration of the patient's state
of mind and attitude.
All patients do not have fever
and not all have pain, but nearly
all have anxiety. The anxiety is
increased for some by the im-
posed dependence the patient
feels in having to put himself
in the physician's hands and by
the necessary self-exposure to
history-taking and examination.
Not every patient with fever re-
ceives a remedy to reduce fever
at once; not every patient with a
pain receives a pain killer at
once; and not every patient with
anxiety gets a tranquilizer or re-
assurance at once. 4
In the history-taking inter-
view, it is important for the
physician to note complaints and
evidencee of anxiety as valuable
in leading toward further
studies, diagnosis and treatment.
There is also the guidance type
of interview in which the phy-
sician explains to the patient the
nature of his illness and the pro-
cedures or regimen deemed
necessary and appropriate for
eventual cure and control.
Skill on the part of the phy-
sician in interviewing is not
measurable by time consumed,
but in understanding gained.
this is why medical history-
taking is considered so im-
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH o
Garrison at 20th aci
Prayer Service (Wednesday) .-- 7:45 P.M. pa
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. aor
Morning Worship 11,:00 A.M. a
Evening Worship -- 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor pa
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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the o1stoffice, Port St. Joe.
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F The Entire Community Is Considered
At Tuesday night's City Commission meeting, Commis-
ner John Robert Smith brought up the matter to the
hard's attention of some vacant lots in the City being mowed
free, while the City charges others to clear off their lots
compliance with a City Ordinance designed to prevent the
turrance of unsightly lots being allowed to remain in the
ty limits. This ordinance was passed some few years ago
th as a beautification measure and as a means to keep
vn some of the pests which abound and breed in the lots
at are allowed to grow up and become noxious.
Smith said that, in his opinion, all lots cut by the city
,wer should be charged for their cutting, back to the
ner. He was referring more specifically to the empty lots
the Boulevard and the Highway 98 approaches to the
y. Smith felt they should not be cut unless the owners
re billed for them.
While we whole-heartedly agree with Commissioner
nith's philosophy that what's fair for one -is fair for ano-
er, we cannot agree with his motion for this reason:
The ordinance as passed by the city was not designed to
ike owners of all vacant lots keep their lots in the condi-
n one would keep a lawn. The ordinance was merely de-
gned to take the "swamp appearance" from vacant lots.
: no time was the ordinance intended to create a situation
tich would require constant care on the part of the land-
vners in order to comply with the City edict.
Now the areas on both sides of Highways 71 and
are the first impressions one gets on coming into the City
Port St. Joe. The City has spent considerable money dur-
g the past year to make this "first vision" pleasing, in the
Lion of putting up the "white way". The State Road De-
rtment has further beautified the approaches (along with
organizations of Port St. Joe) in setting out shrubs, flowers
id trees. All of these things working together, makes for
beautiful apporach to the City of Port St. Joe.
Now, the City has been doing a good job cutting the ex-
nses of grass on each side of all three approaches and
e will admit that Port St. Joe has a fine looking "lawn" for
wcomers to feast their eyes upon. But should the City go
charging the lot owners for the mowing, what will hap-
n? The lot owners will insist that the grass be allowed to
row at least 12 inches high before cutting, as per the ordin-
ice, thus cutting down on their expense. The extra growth
grass will make for an unsightly approach to the city.
But then, you say, the ordinance could be changed to
wer the minimum that grass and underbrush can be allow-
I to grow on vacant lots. That they can. But then, the
vners of the multitude of other empty lots in the City Limits
re going to be up in arms at having to keep such constant
ire over an empty lot. This would also make the owner-
tip of a vacant lot prohibitive.
We believe the status quo should be maintained, with
te City bearing the cost of keeping the approaches to the
ity neatly trimmed to their lawn-like appearance, and con-
nue to charge for any lot clearing they have to do. And,
so doing, leave the ordinance like it is so that lot owners
ill not be bankrupt in complying with the ordinance. Let's
ot strain at a gnat and swallow a camel.
t's Only the End of the Second Act, But the
'lay Is Now Over Insofar As Gulf Is Concerned
The second act is over the house lights are up .
id the curtain is down on the 1962 primaries. The count
Gulf County is now history and it is time for us to get down
the business of being neighbors again.
General election (the third act) will be held in Novem-
er, but in Gulf County, as will be the case pretty much all
'er the state. the decisions made by the voters at the May
imaries will be unchanged. Democratic nomination is tan-
amount to election in most counties of the state. The few
:ceptions are in the areas where a two-party system exists
id the final outcome will not be known until after the gen-
al election vote is tabulated.
But here in Gulf County the picture is different. The
verdict of the people in the democratic primaries could be
hanged only by an unprecedented. write-in campaign, some-
iing that has been tried but never successfully.
It remains therefore, the people have made their selec-
on and the verdict stands. We should accept the majority
decisions and join hands for more important obligations now,
nong which would be living with, and being neighbors.
Hard words were spoken during the campaigns, only
Idom, but they were spoken nevertheless, and friendships
long-standing were sometimes temporarily strained. Per-
ips not in too large a degree, but even to the most minute
gree is too much for friends to tolerate. No office or po-
tion is worth the price of one friendship.
It is now time that we look up our friends (for surely
ey have cooled off by now) and reaffirm the ties that
ive been temporarily interrupted with the normal friend-
.ip that should exist, and renew our pledge to work together
r a better Gulf County.
We have a job of great importance to do, that of living
gether. and it can best be done as it should only if we
ve together and work together as friends and neighbors.
Florida Garden Tips...
By -HERVEY 'SHARPE home owner, you'll take the do-it-Ineed is a scale drawing of the
Agricultural Extension Service yourself approach. The fisrt big job buildings, trees and other features
-"My new home is fine-except is to grub out all the undesirable of your property.
for th6 lawn." 'These words have items that the contractor's bulldo- Graph .paper will do fine for the
.been lamented thousands of times, zer failed to gouge out. initial "art work". While making
Hundreds of new mortgage hoal- The next several sets of blistered your plans, remember to keep the
ders write to the University of palms will be earned while raking lawn area free of unnecessary
Florida- seeking an answer -to their and clearing away surface trash. shrubs. Not only will this give your
problem. They -find that there is no This will include removal of plas- new mortgage a spic-and-span look
simple answer because each lawn ter, lime or mortar deposits. These but it will make lawn mowing eas-
is "an individual problezh.' materials, if left in the soil, will ier later on.
Home owners -with a nice bank make it alkaline and will give you After a big rain check for stand-
balancesually l the local l an grief later. ing puddles of water and, if need-
"balance. usually let the local land- grnlelater.
scper-:.handle the problem because By this time you should -be ac- ed, grade and level the lot. For bet-
it is hard work getting a green car- quainted with every inch of your ter looks and for drainage, slope
pet started around the .house. domain and be able to put your the earth away from the house. On
But if you are the average new landscaping plans on paper. All you level land this is nearly impossible,
but try for at least one foot -of
SSoil testing should be included
2 ESTABLISHED MONEY-MAKING BUSINESSES in your plans. The test will show
-:BEACH LOTS AT PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA you the plant food- requirements
fAor growing a good luch green
lab M lawn.
! iU Mom, be sure your
youngsters are getting
plenty of those
dairy foods they need
to stay healthy
GOT TO BE GOOD
A; complete line of Borden's Dairy Pro-
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delivered to your door. Just call us, col-
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Sroperty U of r.
Weds., June 27-10 a.m. Available
21-UNIT MC's MOTEL & GRILL
.On U. S. 98, 1 mi. west of 390-A intersection. 6 new units com-
pleted in 1960. 7 units across court. 3 2-bedroom apts. 4 duplexes
with kitchenettes. 2-bedroom home with office-lobby. Complete
grill in sep. buildign. All on 250'x648' lot. Room for pool or ex-
pansion. Everything first-rate!
CLUB TWISTER & Restaurant
/4 mi. east of Panama City Beach on U. S. 98. Modern restaurant
plus club facilities for 150 people. Live music, appealing decor,
right location makes club popular and profitable. $1,759 net in
April. Restaurant is widely-known. Plenty of parking. Lot is
150'x760'-offers many possibilities for other development.
Each building, from the oldest motel units to the newer Club
Twister, was built to withstand the rigors of wear, weather and
time. Every construction feature was incorporated to keep main-
tenance costs to the very minimum. Now you can step in and cap-
italize on good planning and good will run none of the risks
of starting new!
-~* .Beach front commercial lot with 175' gulf frontage,
LU I1 at intersection of U. S. 98 and 79. Residential lot
nearby, in El Centro subdivision on Lullwater Lake.
Ready now for development.
CHECK THIS PROPERTY NOW!
It's all going for what it brings, June 27th! BROCHURE gives
details. Call or write.
J.L. TODD AUCTION CO.
Registered Florida Real Estate Brokers
1005 16th Street, North
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
On sandy soil add about three
bic yards .of organic matter per
000 square feet of lawn area. This
ll promote 'better grass growth.
'at, composted crop residue or
milar organic materials are rec-
nimended. Mix the organic mater-
1 into the soil. A rented rototiller
ll do the job in a hurry.
What to Plant
There's no ideal grass. All the
pular grasses will' give adequate
ound cover with reasonable care.
Selection of a grass Is a matter of claim for texture, but require much of fetrilizers and few mowings. St. 'THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Ilorlda
personal preference and considera- care and good soil. Centipede is Augustine rates good, but is subject THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1962
tion of the soil. "-poor man's" .grass that odes well to damage by chinch bugs. Common -
The zoysia grasses have won ac- on sandy soil with small amounts Bermuda i-s fine textured and tol- plications of 3 pounds of amonium
crates salty spray but requires high nitrate per 1,000 square feet of
maintenance. The Bahia grasses lawn will urge the grass to spread
form a loose turf that takes con- at top speed. Frequent mowing of
stant mowing to keep seed stalks the sprigged grass will ke-the
down. rows from ridging up and tend to
r Planting make the grass spread faster.
4 Methods of planting are sod, When the lawn gets well estab-
,,,, sprig, plug and seed. Sod is the im- lished, switch to an organic and
Mediate answer to ground cover, mineral nutrient program. Using
but it is the most expensive meth- the soil testing Information -as a
od. Grass plugs cover about one- guide, plus visual inspection, youe
:y tihrd the area the equivalent lawn will need 2 to 4 plant food ap-
amount of sprigs will cover. The plications per year. Amounts, time
area around the plug becomes turfy and rates .will vary with the soil
and rdense-a disadvantage of this and location in the state.
method. As mentioned before, none of the
-Bermuda. St. Augustine, centi- currently ava!lablae lawn glasses
,.* .. pede, carpet and bahia are sprigged are 'a perfect answer to a garden-
on 8 to 12-inch centers. Slower- er's dream. This is why research
growing zoysiagrass should be cnetes, like the University of Flor-
Sf-| sprigged at 4 to 6-inch centers. If ida, are busy attempting to devel-
you desire to seed the area, sow op better grasses for home owners.
2 to 3 pounds of centipede, carpet 4C
or bahia seed per 1,000 square feet Advertising Pay- Try it
Plenty of water and monthly ap- "i
KEEP YOUR car fit. A car should be kept in good
mechanical condition at all times. Florida does
not have a law requiring periodic automobile in-
spection. But it is to your interest to check your
brakes, headlights, wheels, steering mechanism,
tires, and other equipment to be sure your auto-
mobile is ready to meet any emergency. Accidents
often are due to mechanical defects. Many acci-
dents can be avoided by drivers whose cars are
in good mechanical condition. It pays to keep both
you and your car fit for safe and happy driving.
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5 cans 49c
11 iars $1.00
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MILK 3cans 39c DRINKS
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REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9.45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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Saturday, June 23
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Minutes of The
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
June 6, 1962
The Board of Public Instruction, Gulf
County, met on the above date in regular
The Sanitarian's report was examined and
Upon the recommendation of the Superin-
tendent and Principal the following were
re-appointed to their positions for the 1962-
63 school year. Lorraine Barnes, James K.
Polite and Abraham Gordon, Jr.
The Board approved the Superintendent to
attend the County Superintendents' meeting
in Gainesville, June 14 and 15.
Moved by Whitfield seconded by Boyer
to grant five days professional leave to Mar
vin P. Huie and two days professional leave
to Mary Grace Smith during the post school
planning beginning June 4, 1962. All voted
Moved by Whitfield seconded by Ward to
grant maternity leave to Mrs. Mary Jo Pat-
terson beginning August 27, 1962 until Oc-
tober 12, 1962. All voted yes.
A card of thanks to the Board from Ste-
phen Wliealton was read.
The Board approved the final plan for the
three classroom addition for the George
Washington School and the superintendent
was instructed to send plans to the State
Department of Education for their approval.
There being no further business at this
time the Board adjourned to meet again in
regular session on July 3, 1962.
Thomas A. Owens William Roemer, Sr.
LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR THE
MONTH OF JUNE, 1962
H. A. Bateman, Reprs. on mowers .. $28.00
State Dept. of Ed., Lchrm deficit .. 521.00
Lee Baxter, Labor .............. 18.00
C&G Sport. Goods., Sup........... 18.95
Wewa Water Co., Water .......... 61.96
Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Elec ....... 284.80
St. Joseph Tel & Tel., Serv. ...... 125.24
Fla. Power Corp., Elec. energy .. 1,028.97
City of Port St. Joe, Water ...... 119.68
Port St. Joe Hi School, Refund
for postage, etc ............. 12.21
S. J. Taylor, Labor ............ 106.00
John Land, Haul. sup. ............. 20.00
Revells IGA, Supplies ............. 5.64
St. oJe Elem. Sch. Refund on
postage, etc. ............... 19.59
Fla. State Bd. of Health..Cont. the
Health Dept ........... . 1,600.00
St. oe Motor Co., Rent on car ...... 100.00
St. ames AME Church, Rent on chairs 12.00
Jerry Refour, Labor ............. .12.00
Paul Gant, Labor ............... 20.00
Kennedy Elec. & Refrig. Ser., Sup. .. 69.60
West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Sup| .. 127.09
Alvin McGlon's Serv. Gar., Labor
and parts ................ 265.53
Buzzett's Drug Store, Sup. ........... 7.62
St. Joe Tire & Recap. Co., Sup .... 6.00
Keenan Welding Sup. Co., Sup .... 7.70
Charles Scribner's Sons, Sup. ....... 11.70
Science Research Assoc., Inc., Sup. 50.69
Wewa Hi School, Refund on
postage, etc. ................ 31.01
Harrison Motor Co., Sup. .......... 1.55
Can Be Prosicuted
Criminal violations of laws affect-
ing Social Security payments can
result in imprisonment and heavy
Taylor Pup. Co., Sup. ........... 114.71
Floyd Chev. Co., Layor & Parts .. 148.22
McGlon's Amoco Sta, Labor & parts 1.50
Modern 'Ialk. Pic. Serv., Sup. ...... 15.00
St. Joe Hdwe., Sup. ............ 256.90
Alterman Transport Line., Frt. ..... 2.26
MR&R Truck Co., Frt ............ 11.68
Fla. Dev. Com., Sup. ........... 21.76
C&G Sport Goods, Sup .......... 333.10
Pyramid Paper Co., Sup. ........ 114.34
Prentice-Hall, Inc., Sup.. ......... 220.52
Citizens Gas Co., Sup. ............ 5.00
Smith Sundries, Sup. ............ 10.49
L. G. Balfour Co., Sup. ............ 4.02
A. C. Littleton, Inc., Serv. & Sup. .. 69.00
St. Joe Auto Parts, Sup. .......... 2.62
Wall Elec. Co., Sup. ............ 10.40
M&S Termite & Pest Con., Pest cont. 40.00
Golden Records, Sup. ............. 17.81
Beaman Plmbg. Serve Sup. ......... 54.50
Andy's Welding Repairs, Labor & Sup. 10.00
G. F. McGill, Repair work ........ 20.85
Frank & Dot's Agcy., Ins. ........ 845.60
Panama Mach. & Sup., Sup. ...... 24.98
Star Pub Co., Print. & Sup. ...... 44.50
Gulf Coast Eloc. Coop., Postage for
Carver School .............. 24.10
Thompson Movie Serv. & Sup., Sup. .. 21.40
Gene Davis Guitar Studios, Sup. .. 15.00
Educational Rceord Sales, Sup. 56.76
St. Joe Radio & TV, Sup. & Serv. .. 8.00
The Fideler Co., Sup. ............ 4.82
Brandon Films, Inc., Sup. ......... 10.00
Van Brunt & Yon, Inc., Sup. ...... 6.10
James Yadon, Labor ............ 90.00
H&WB Drew Co., Sup. ........... 20.40
A B Dick Prod. Co., Sup. ........ 7.88
New York Athletic Sup., Sup .... 112.89
Charles M. Gardner, Sup. .......... 16.80
Singer Sewing Mach. Co., Sup. .... 5.98
H. F. Ayers, Travel and Post. refund 19.00
0 M Webb Store, Sup. ............. 1.78
St. Joe Lumber Co., Sup. ........ 88.36
Remsco, Inc., Sup. .............. 5.00
Whatley Typewriter Co., Serv. &
Supplies .................. 92.75
American Ed. Pub., Sup. .......... 6.25
Herman R. Dean, Refund ......... 12.46
Daffin Mere. Co., Sup. ........... 98.81
Pridgeon Ins. Agcy., Ins. ........ 158.00
St. Joe Hi School, Lunchroom and
Special Milk Fund ........ 236.85
Wewahitchka High School, Lunchroom
and special milk fund ...... 349.18
St. Joe Elem. School, Lunchroom
and special milk fund ...... 515.36
Highland View Elem. School, Lunchroom
and special milk fund ...... 145.11
Wewa Hdwe Co., Sup. ........... 105.18
Wewa FFA, Exp. to mtg. ......... 200.00
Nils Millergren, Etamps .......... 8.00
Ava Farmer, Sub. work in lchrm. .. 10.00
RADIO and TV REPAIR
FOR FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE GIVE US
A TRY Your Satisfaction Is Our Business
WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ANY PRICE IN TOWN
Phone 7-3251 or 7-3911
DAY or NIGHT
317 REID AVENUE
(Next Door To Telegraph Office)
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
Flowers Baking Co., Inc., Thomasvllle, Ga., Jacksonville, Fla.
fines, John V. Carey, District Man-
ager of the Social Security Admin-
istration in Panama City, warned
this week. He called attention to
the sentence Imposed in Miami on
June 4 on Mrs. Mary Smith Char-
bonneau, who had converted to her
own use $10,077.30 in monthly So-
cial Security checks paid to her
for the use and benefit of her three
minor children. Mrs. Charbonneau
was sentenced to serve three
months in prison and placed under
probation for five years by Federal
District Judge David W. Dyer. She
was ordered to repay the $10,077.30
at the rate of $40 per month as a
condition of her probation.
Carey pointed out that Social Se-
curity benefits received by all per-
sons on behalf of children or on be-
half of adults incapable of manag-
ing the benefits themselves must,
under the law, be spent for the use
and benefit of such children or
adults, or saved for them. He urged
,those having questions concerning
the proper expenditure of benefits
paid to them on behalf of others to
contact the Social Security Admin-
istration District Office at 1135
Harrison Avenue, Panama City,
telephone PO 3-5331.
Pvt. H. L. Williams
FORT McCLELLAN, ALA. (AH-
TNC)-Army Pvt. Huey L. Wil-
liams, son of Mrs. Mammie Graf-
fey, 127 Avenue C., Port St. Joe,
recently completed the eight-week
chemical entry enlisted course at
The Chemical Corps School, Fort,
Williams received instruction in
the principles of chemical, biologi-
cal and radiological (CBR) opera-
tions and the use of CBR decontam-
The 22-year-old' soldier entered
the Army in December 1961 and
received basic combat training at
Fort Jackson, S. C.
He is a 1958 graduate of J. R.
Lee High School, Wildwood.
Advertlaing Pays- Try It
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1962
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If, for any reason (except for malicious, willful, intentional, or negligent
damage), your Gulf brand tire does not prove serviceable for its entire
guaranteed minimum lifetime, when used for noncommercial purposes, you
are entitled to an adjustment as follows: If the cause is defective workman-
ship or material, you will receive a new tire without charge. If the cause
is any other reason, Gulf will repair it without charge or offer you a
brand new tire, allowing credit for that portion of the purchase price
represented by the unused guaranteed minimum life of the tire.
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Your Port St.
Joe Appliance Dealers and
Florida Power Corp. Will Give You
To Stay Cool This Summer
-- - -- a aI
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS CASH GIFT
OFFER TO REPLACE YOUR OLD FLAME
- July 3
Offers you cleaner, cooler, more efficient operation with
more free hours to enjoy summer living. Visit your 'Port
St. Joe Appliance Dealers and see the many automatic and
labor saving devices on modern ELECTRIC 'RANGES and HOT
WATER HEATERS to give you effortless cooking and instant
hot water. No hot flame to stand over. 'No running out
of fuel. 'No smoke. No fumes. Investigate the savings
being offered now for changing to electric cooking and
Your Port St. Joe Appliance Dealers Are Offering Special Prices on All Ranges and
Hot Water Heaters During This Period in Conjunction With the Free Cash Bonus!
BE CALM, COOL and COLLECTED WITH
FURNITURE and APPLIANCE STORE
209 Reid Ave.
229 Reid Ave.
FURNITURE and APPLIANCE COMPANY
EASY CREDIT -- LOW PRICES
205-207 Reid Ave.
In Cooperation With
C OR P ORA T ION
"You Can Live Better. Electrically"'
309-11 Reid Ave.
219 Reid Ave.
DAVE MAY, Owner
Your Present Flame Burning
with flameless, cool operating electric appliances during this
special offer and you will receive
$25 Cash Each
ELECTRIC and REFRIGERATION SERVICE -co
111 a a I 1 I
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Well, howdy bowling fans. The
Woie crystal ball" is back with all
the action from Mjonday night's
game. From all reports, the "old
crystal 'ball" won't have to eat his
hat this 'week: on last week's pre-
In top action games, Phillips 66
and, Nedley's Florist split. The
'7asmen", led by Bob Anderson
with a fine 510 series, managed to
win two big games. Phillips won
the first game by 106 pins, but ran
out of gas in the second game as
Frank Scott, for -the "Rosebuds",
got hot and rolled a fine 234 game.
Wally Dodsou 'and Charles Zimmer-
man followed with a 177 and 173
game respectively. The flower boys
-won the second game by 176 pins.
In the third and final game, the
gasmen got hot again and won by
36 pins. However, this was not
quite enough for Phillips 'as Ned-
-ey's took total pins by 36 to split
Incidentally, last week, the "old
crystal ball" predicted that the
flower bols would not be in first
place after Monday night. Well, it
seems that two teams are tied for
first place-St. Joe Stevedores and
Nedley's. Florist. The crystal ball
was half right-better luck next
In other top games, the Steve-
dores, led by Atkinosn and Manz,
won three games from St. Joe Bowl-
ing Lanes to tie for top honors. At-
kinson bowled a fine 534 series,
while Manz and Grabowski follow-
ed with a 516 and 496 series res-
pectively. The Stevedores broke
another league record in the sec-
ond game as they bowled an amaz-
ing 923 game. From the looks of
things, the Stevedores will be the
team to beat in the future. Wayne
Smith and Joe Whaley led St. Joe
Bowling Lanes with a 594 and 530
NEED A PLUMBER?
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Contract Work A Specialty
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
-CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU
BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
1107 GARRISON AVE. PHONE BAll 7-241
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltaell 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"
Satin Finish WALL PAINT
r- EASY TO APPLY DRIES FAST WASHABLE -
ST. JOE HARDWARE COMPANY
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
TO THE VOTERS of GULF COUNTY
I would like to take this opportunity to thank
the many people of Gulf County for expressing their
confidence in me by casting their votes for me in
the Democratic primaries. Your support was the
keynote to my successful bid for a seat in the Flor-
ida Legislature. Your expressed confidence has
caused me to avow anew to represent you in a fair
and impartial manner. In this endeavor, I would
sincerely appreciate your continued support.
BEN C. WILLIAMS
game series respectively.
St. Joe Paper Mill, led by Ether
idge with a 539 series, took three
and a half games from Jensen's "5'
to stay in second place in the
league. The "Paper Boys" are on<
half game out of first place. Al Jen
sen bowled a 477 series and Nelson
Gardner had two fine games for
That about winds up the bowling
news for this week. The "old crys-
tal ball" is signing off for another
The regular meeting of the St.
Joseph Historical Society was held
Saturday afternoon in -the Munici-
Mrs. Ned S. Porter, president,
presided over the meeting. Mrs.
Porter reported on a talk which
worth, Sr., 147 Ave. F' announce mission.
r- the birth of a son, Henry Ping, Jr., "The good fisherman always buys
e on June 6. his license before he goes fishing.
1" (All births occurred at the Port He also considers 'the license as
e St. Joe Municipal Hospital.) the badge of the sportsman, and as
e the mark of the true conservation-
1 Coke Party Fetes "The biggest advantage of the
r reisdent license is that the fisher-
June Bride-Elect man may fish by any sporting me-
thod at any time in any of the 67
-- counties of Florida. Many fisher-
A Coke party honored Miss Bren- men consider the license the cheap-
da Tomlinson at the home of Mrs. est investment of all the fishing
Milton Chafin, given for the girls trip necessities, since It may be
in Miss Tomlinson's bridal party, used 365 days of the year," Aldrich
Those enjoying the party were ser-
ved Coke floats and snacks and
made rice bags for the reception.
The girls who attended the party
were Misses Brenda and Rosemary
Tomlinson, Betty Tomlinson, Peggy
Pyle, Judy Bateman, Barbara Bell,
Sue Durant and Andrea Martin.
D .... V ... m C!L:a.
she gave recently at the May meet- DUy I Uur ri i11g
ing of the Port St. Joe Lions Club
which stated the aims of the St. Licenses NOw!
Joseph Historical Society. ___
Mrs. Florazelle Connell read an TALLAASSEE-Florida reh
interesting paper on the scarcity of TALLAHASSEE Florida fresh
salt in the Confederacy during the 'water fishermen are being urged
War Between the States. The arti- to buy their fishing licenses now.
cle detailed the manufacturing pro- Licenses are -available at the offic-
fess which utilized seawater. One es of all County Judges and their
of these operations was located in authorized sulb-agents.
the head of St. Joseph Bay and "Buying 'the license now will pre-
one on St. Andrew's Bay. vent many fishermen from embar-
c rasment at a later date, when they
I decide on a sudden fishing trip and
find they have no license," accord-
in g to A. D. Aldrich, director,
lt IGame and Fresh Water Fish Com-
Mr. and Mrs. John Hubert oum-
bie announce the birth of a son,
Jimmie Ray on June 2.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Gary Douglas
Storm, 609 Madison St., announce
the birth of a daughter, Beverly
Marie on June 3.
.Mr. and Mrs. George Dewey
Kemp, Jr., 221 Ninth Street, an-
nounce the birth of a baby girl,
Selena iShawn on Jnne 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Ramsey,
Sr., 117 Westcott Circle announce
the birth of a son, William Keith
on June 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ping Stall-
The new 1962-63 fishing licenses
are now available at the offices of
all County Judges and their author-
ized sub-agents throughout the
state. While the new fishing license
is not required until midnight June
30, they are being honored by wild-
life officers after June 15.
License fees are:
Resident, annual, $2.00. Non-resi-
dent, annual, $8.00. Non-resident,
14-day continuous fishing, $3.25.
Non-resident, ofiveday continuous
Visiting Parents Here
Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Bosque and
children of Greenville, S. C., re-
turned home yesterday after a
short visit with Mrs. Bosque's
mother, Mi's. George Wimberly, Sr.
Midget Investments With
You Are 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
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1962
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
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
Two Parking Spaces Reserved for our Prescription Oustomers
at our Back Door.
Drive-In Window At Rear of Our Store
I HAVE YOU HEARD A GOOD
PENTECOSTAL PREACHER LATELY?
| COME TO
Assembly of God Church
EVANGELIST FRED HUNT
EVERY NIGHT AT 7:45 P.M.
"Repent, and be baptised, every one of you, in the
Name of JESUS CHRIST, for the remission of sins,
and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost."
"Have you received the Holy Ghost since you be-
lieved?"' Acts 19:2.
Come to a friendly church, where Iesus Christ
is real, and everyone is welcome.
Chales H. Harthe rn
what more could any foodkeeper offer?
foodbrama better U tsm for everyone! You have better F e o4es MA Lam.sTnM to00 week
mad, sam money, save Ftue, and hwav more n when& ater- Appij a n ftMe muone p owP S
tab. 1t Wsoa or 4' r'tt 62''igh anda2'dee & App'rir W AS $5 0
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.
I _229-1251 I
THE STAR, port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1962
Syou feed tired
all d worm out, perhaps
S t U te your doctor for
a check-up. Should he prescribe.
medication, bring your prescrip-
tons to us for prompt, depend.
able sve. YO'l enjoy your
wcat0ion ior f yo're feeling
ia- ii:ai-i iiMM
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Abe.
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
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house. 1404 Long Ave. Rent
reasonable. Call 227-3972, Dixie
Belle Motel. tfc-6 7
CHAIN LINK FENCE
For free estimates call C. W.
Long, -phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25
FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished
'apartment. 1505 Mon. Ave. Phone
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 3
rooms and bath apartment. Heat
*and water furnished. Attic fan. Suit-
able for couple or woman. 1301
Monument Ave. Phone 227-5301. It
FOR RENT or -SALE: Floor polish-
ers. Also new Eureka vacuum
cleaners as low as $39.95. Surplus
Sales Sewing Center, 202 Mon. Ave.
'Port ,St. Joe. Ito
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph.
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308z
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 217-3636.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1314
Marvin Ave. Purchaser to as-
sume VA mortgage. See Cecil Cos-
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom honie at
White City. Lot 95x100. Good
deep well. Only 2 yrs. old. Call 227-
7701. Patricia Ann Redd. t'fc-6-21
FOR SALE: Burgess Creek fish
camp. 51 acres land, 6 !mi. south
of Wewa. Ideal for hunting lodge.
25 acres cleared land. Call 227-7351
for appointment, tfc-6-21
FOR SALE: 2 year old home, 3 bed
rooms, 1 bath. Paneled Florida
interest. Reasonable discount. Con-
fidential. Box 635, Port St. Joe.
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: 3 bedroom house, 2
bad.hs, 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.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at St.
Joe Beach. Carport and storage.
Phone James Traweek, 648-3196.
MAN or WOMAN WANTED: Good
Rawleigh business now open in
Gulf County. Itf willing to conduct
Home Service business with good
profits. Write immediately. Raw-
leigh Dept. FAF-100-45 Memphis,
FOR SALE: 26' Chris-Craft Express
cruiser. Sleeps 4. In excellent
condition. Phone 648-3175. tfc-6-7
WANTED: Waitress and cook. Cat-
alina Res.aurant, Mexico Beach.
Call 648-3122. tfc-5-31
I RF SALE: 2 bedroom house on
1 35x75 ft. lot. Back yard completely
e closed with chain link fence.
L- enty of shade and located in a
a ell established neighborhood. See
Ferrell Allen, Jr. at 129 Hunter
HELP WANTED: Applicants now
being -accepted at Port Theatre
for doorman and concessions at-
tendant. Must be 16 years :of age
or older. Port Theatre. Apply in
POR 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 ,a-:
ter 5:00 p.m. tft-5-3'
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.
I will do part or full-time book-
keeping in my home or at your
place of business. Experienced
in all types of book work. Typ-
ing work done neatly and correct.
R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229-
FOUND: Small electric drill on
Highway near Highland View.
Owner may have by identifying and
paying for this ad. Also, will the
person who borrowed my stapling
machine please return it. I have
forgotten who has it. W. C. Fore-
hand. Highland View. ltp
WILL DO SEWING 'and mending
'in 'my home. Reasonable rates.
Phone 229-2297. Itp
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 as
for free estimates. SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument
Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfo-1-18
R. 'A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
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. BLACKSHNAR, Sec
All Master Masons cordially invited
room. U 1. eI -n., i OIG. UU 1L UU r JU 1A11-------
dren. Will sacrifice equity for $850- EPTIC TANKS ,um.pd out. Call
Take 'over FHA loan, $83.00 mo. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
Will give you built-in range and nick expert service. tfe
oven. 105 Bellamy Circle. Phone'
229-2321, Dr. Williams. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
.. O. F.--Meets second and fourth
FOR SALE: Two adjoining corner Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
lots. Paved streets. Plenty of Legion Hall. Ail 'members urged to
nice trees. Ready for building. Will attend.
sell separately or together. H. F. Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Ayers. tc-6-21 Secretary: J. C. Martin.
FOR SALE: Singer portable. $29.95 WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
Call 227-2011 or see at Surplus THE AMERICAN L. GION, Meet-.
Sales Sewing Center, 202 Mon. Ave. ing first and third Tu e a day
Port St. Joe. Itc nights, 8:00 p.m. Ameroan Legion
FOR SALE: $3,000.00 notes secur- Home.
ed by first mortgage on real e ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
tate. Payable $40.00 month at 6%
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 25th day of June, 1962, at the front door of the
City Hall. City of Port St. Joe, State of Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on
the following described land to pay the amount due for taies herein set opposite the
mme, together with all costs of such sale and all advertising.
J. B. WILLAMS
City Treasurer and Collector
City of Port S: J 0 lurujia
LeHardy. F. A ...................... 16
Mulberg. Gladvs and Chingold, Anita .... 15
Neel, Benjamin .............. S 100' 8
LeHartv. F. A ......... .......... 28, 80
Garraway, E. R. and Julia Mack ...... 1, 3
Garraway. E. R. and Julia Mack 6, 7, 9, 11
Goff. Ernest J. ............ 18, 18, 20, 22
Vittum, Mrs. Annie C. ................. 4
Peacock, J. A. .................... 2, 4
Martin. A. P. ..................... 1, 8
Barrett. S. A., Jr. .............. 82, 88, 84
Ayers, Henry F. and Beulah ..........1, 2
Murphy, Harry ................. .. ......
Vaughn, Dudley A. ...................... 5
Martin, James ................,...... 19
Martin, James .................,...... 21
Costn Sr:, C. 0 ................... 4
Faith Bible Church .............. 8, 9, 10
Robinson, Freeman.................... 24
Wilson. Doris and Will ................ 16
MeNair, Willie ..... .................... 21
Orange, Andrew ............ 8 & W Y2 10
Pounsel, Bosa Lee .................... 14
Hopps, Nero ......................... 2
Gainer. Jprry ........................ 12
Brow.. Willie Mae .................... 28
11 ... .......... .
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PAINT and BODY SHOP
Located BehindBehinclair Service Station O
Expert Auto Painting and Body Work
- 'I S,- %f S- -
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
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
You 'will please take notice that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness in Port St. Joe, Florida under
the firm name of J & J Fence Com-
pany and will on the 21st day of
June, 1962, register said fictitious
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida, at
Wewahitchka, Florida. This the 1st
day of June, A. D. 1962.
A. E. Johnson, and
After this date I will no longer be
responsible for debts other than
those made by myself.
4tc-5-31 JOHN E. BEASLEY, Fr.
"ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR"
Motor and Armature Rewinding
Water Pump Repairs
Phones 785-6903 and 763-1189
Corner West 8th St. & Mulberry
Panama City, Florida
GROTON, Conn. (FHTNC)-Ste-
phen L. Lucas, torpedoman's mate
seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. 0. Lucas of 1021 Marvin Ave.,
Port St. Joe, was graduated on
May 29, from the Enlisted Basic
Submarine School at the New Lon-
don Naval Submarine Base, Groton,
I will not be responsible for any
debts incurred 'by anyone other
than myself. 3tc-6-14
CLAYTON E. ASBELLE, Sr.
Graduates usually report aboard
operating submarines of the fleet
where they have nine months in
'which to qualify fully as a submar-
iner. Only then may they wear the
coveted "silver dolphins"-symbol
of the Submarine Service.
Mrs. W. C. Ivey
TALLAHASSEE Fifteen guid-
ance counselors from secondary
schools in Florida are 'attending a
four-day workshop at Florida 'State
University, directed by Dr. G. Har-
old Massey, director of counseling.
Participants in the Guidance-
,Counselor's Workshop will attend
discussion sessions on admission
procedures, the preparation of high
school profiles, writing college rec-
ommendations, guidance for college
and on financial aid for college.
Attending the session from Port
St. Joe High School is Mrs. W. C.
Ivey, Guidance Counselor of the
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