<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA



The star
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/01390
 Material Information
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 28, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:01390

Full Text









lOc
Pa CIO"


THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants!I


"Port St. Joe-The Outlffet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattffahoochee Vdley"


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA


THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1962


NUMBER 38'


ETAOIN SFlRDLU
by W'ft.EY R. RAMSEY

On Monday night of this week,
Evangelist Billy Graham, in one of
his -televised programs, pointed out
that -Americans were not display-
Itg ,their avowed Christianity by
offering personal aid and help to
their neighbors in need. He stated
that this lack of personal solicitude
on the part of Americans showed
adrTifting away from our Christian
principals, even .though we still
s-ent our money to do these tasks.
And then on Tuesday night, Gra-
hem stated that forces were at
work in the U. S. to do ,away *ith
and, refute the validity of the Bible.
He predicted .that, in the normal
course of events as they are now
happening, the President would ul-
timately take his oath of office by
laying his hand on the Constitution
and that oaths. of office by laying
the right hand on the Bible and
prayer before the `opening of gov-
ernment sessions would become
old hat, if these forces -had their
way.
We must remember that these
messages were actually -preached
two weeks ago In Chicago.
Then came the black day of'
Monday, June 25, 1962, when the
Supreme Court of God's chosen
nation, the United States, put
forth the legal opinion that pray-
er- In public schools was uncon-
stitutional in that it "infringed"
upon the .rights of minorities.
Since one of the most frequent
prayers used, The Lord's Prayer,
Is found word for word in the
Bible, it would also appear that
the edict handed down by the
Court would also deny the use
of the Bible. And what kind of
a sect Is It that does not go by
the Bible, the word of God, on
which principals' this nation was
first foindeo? t
'America can lose Its favored po-
e tion in 'such decisions.
Recall, if you 'will, back to the
.beginning of recorded Biblical his-
tory. -In every generation there
was a prophet from aniong the
chosen people of Gd. One who
fearlessly expounded the promises
and punishments of God to those
whoe were not doing His 'will.
There was Abraham, David,, Sold-
men, Ruth, Elijah, Moses, John the
Baptist and many others' in the
Jewish Nation, as long as -the Jews
were God's chosen, people.- But the
Jews wouldn't accept their favor-
ed position and the gift of being
the chosen ,people was shifted to
the Gentile nations of Rome and
other nations of the era.
There was Peter, Paul, Mat'hew
and many others expounding the
word. But they were punished and
kilTed by the very people which
i God was seeking to offer His free

Then the Germans ignited a
spark of religious ferver and the
Sera of Martin Luther came into be-
leg. This condition too faded away
and the English took up the ban-
nor and spawned such men as John
Wesley. But even England could
not stick with God,
For the past ew generations, the
prophet has been in the United
States, because, In our feeble way
we were trying to do His will.
Billy Graham today, is doing the
same work as Elijah of old did.
The day that the evangelist of
the hour does not come from the .
United States, we will know that
we have set back on our laurels
and allowed our favored position
to fade away from our grasp.
And we believe that the action
of the Supreme Court was allow-
ed for one of two reasons. It was
e either an omen of the beginning
of the end for us (spelled U. S.)
or either it is a warning by God
that we are becoming complacent
and neglectful In our duties as a
Christian nation. If this action
continues to shock the Nation in-
to an awareness of what we have
here, as it has done In the past
few days, we will dare to say
that the Supreme Court edict
was a good thing.
But, we do not envy the men of
the Supreme Court their Job. of
having to come before the judgment
throne of God and trying to explain
why they refused to allow children
to pray in school.
-'K


Paper Company Wins Safety Award



















V


This month the St. Joe Paper Company, Mill Division, received
the National Safety Council "Award of Merit. This award was made
because of the Company's low injury rates In 1961. Its injury fre-
qunecy rate was 69% better than its par rate and the. 'injury severity
was 85% better. ''Par" rates are computed by the National Safety
Council from the plant's injury, rate over the years 1959, 1960 and
1961 and the rates of the industry classification to which it belongs.


Williams Outlines Proposed Legislatived

Program To Rotary Club Thursday


Representative-elect -Ben Wil-
liams outlined a portion of his pro-
posed program for the 1963 session


John Phillip Lovett

Taken By Death

John Phillip Lovett, age 64, ,pas-


of the Legislature In a 10 min-
ute talk to ,the Port St. Joe Rotary
Club last Thursday.'
Williams reminded the Rotarians
that Florida school teacher salaries
had dropped from 12th to 29th in
the nation since 1959. He proposed
to help better this situation in any
way he could.
Willitkms said he would also


sed away early Friday. morning, work for the construction of a
June 22 in his sleep. His death was drawbridge atOverstreet to replace
sudden and he had been in good- the floating span. He said he would
health. work for the span on the theme of
Lovett had lived in Port St. Joe. providing, an escape route for peo-
for the past 35, years 'after moving ple living. at the beaches.
here from Apalachlol. "e He s-tated-he wished-,to abolish,
Survivors Include one brother, P. the Port St. Joe Port Authority and
J. Lovett; one -sister, Miss Ella create 'a Gulf County Port Author-
Lovett and a niece, Mrs. Martha ity 'with the ability to lTevy. village.
Louise Wood-all of Fairfax, Va. He would 'also favor enlarging the
iFuneral services were held rom Gulf County Canal to accommodate
the St. Joseph's Catholic Church ocean-going vessels and dredging a
Monday morning at 10:00 a.m. with turn basin at the. canal's junction
Father Paul Hogarty In charge. point with the Intra-Coastal Can-
Burial was in the family plot in al.
Magnolia Cemetery in Apalachicola. Williams said he favored enlarge-
Comforter Funeral Home of Port ment of the Constitution Park Mu-
St. Joe was in charge of arrange- seum. He said he would -also work
mentse. toward giving Gulf County a larger
Pallbearers were Henry 'Chason, share in .State advertising.
Joe Bracewell, John Maddox, C. G. Williams said he would also try
Costin, Sr., George Tapper and to see. that a Gulf County Labor
Gannon Buzzett. Honorary pallbear. Council was formed to provide jobs
-era were: B. E. Parker, Julian Wi. for Gulf people in transient con-
ley, Gordon Ferris, Ben Williams, struction jobs.
Jimmy Greer, Robert Williams, Guests of the club were Julian
Joe Dowd, Joe Mira, Jack Mahon, Bruce of Apalachicola and Lewis
Ferrell Allen, Jr., Fred Maddox, Doonan of Quincy.
Ted Frary, Otbto Anderson, Frank Philip Chatham of, Port St. Joe
Hannon, C. G. Costin, Jr., R. W. was inducted as a new member of
Maness, Jr., William Vayda, P.. O. the club.
Lupton, Jeff Plair, Ellis Stevens; --
Sr., Dave May,' Purvis Howell, Dfin l.ha mi flinue RAMis.
RadME EBibe CI B *lS


George M. Johnson 'and Frank Pate.


Mother of Local

'Resident Dies

Mrs. Janie Laura Ford, 'age 69,
passed away Tuesday afternoon,
June 19 'at 3:15 p.m. at 'the Talla-
'hassee Memorial Hospital after -a
long illness.
Mrs. Ford was born 'and reared in
Liberty County and was a member
of ,the First Baptist Church of Bris-
tol.-
Funeral srevices were held Thurs-
day afternoon at 4:00 p.m. at the
First Baptist Church of Bristol
with Rev. H. T. Hiers officiating,
assisted by Rev. G. T. Hunt and
Rev. J. B. Buffington. Interment
was in the Lake Mystic Cemetery.
Survivors are her husband, T. E.
Ford of Bristol'; two sons, Page
Ford of Bristol and Elmo Ford of
Port St. Joe; two daughters, Mrs.
Evelyn Revell of Bristol and Mrs.
Dorothy Taylor of Marbury, Md.;
eight grandchildren 'and six great-
grandchildren.
'K

Linda Price Appointed

To Girl State Post

TALLAHASSEE American Le-
gion Auxiliary Girls Statetof Semi-
nole has staffed its 12 cities with
a mayor, commissioners, council-
men and other officers inr a week-a


Has Guests long practice session in government
Miss Kate Robbins has had as at Florida State University.
her guest this week her cousin, Miss Linda Price, a delegate to
Gwen Whitney, from Freemont, N. Girl's State from Port St.- Joe: has
C. been named one of the city.offtceri.


Local Broadcast Sunday

Miracles in .these times? Yes, the
24-year continual radio ministry of
the Radio Bible Class, under the
direction of Dr. M. R.' DeHaan, can
,be considered just that. Contrast-
ing the first broadcast heard on
onb small station. in 1938, to its
present scope of two major net-
works 'and independent American
and foreign stations the world ov
er, this is 'truly -a -remarkable ex-
ample of God's grace and blessing.
Dr. DeHaan, founder and teacher.
of the class was a successful prar-
ticing physician for many years be
fore his conversion and call tothe
ministryy, He has restored several
churches and is today considered
one of the outstanding Bible tea
chers in our county, much in de
mand in churches and Bible confer-
ence. -from coast 'to coast. Also a
successful author of dozens of stu-
dy booklets, Dr. DeHaan has re-
cently released his latest book,
"Dear Doctor, I Have A Problem."
True spiritual refreshment awaits
the listener each -week through the
inspiring gospel music heard on
the program and the unique expo-
sition of the scriptures by Dr. De-
Haan. This broadcast. originating
in Grand Rapids, Midbigan is sup-
ported exclusively by free-will con-
tributions of the listeners 'and no
valuable time has ever been taken
on -the program for an appeal for
funds.
Yo4i are Invited to share the
blessings of this program with
millions beginning this Sunday,
July 1, as It Is broadcast over
our local radio station, WJOE at
8 30 A.M.


John Steve Kramer

Hit by Auto;

Suffers Concussion

Little John 'Steve Kramer, age
four was seriously injured last
Wednesday afternoon 'of last week
when he wa's struck by an automo-
bile while crossing the highway In
front of his parent's beach home
-near Mexico Beach.
According to State Trooper Ken
Murphy, the youth was crossing
the road to -the Gulf to go swim-
-ming when he was struck by an
automobile 'driven by John Van Eu-
ren Hare, Sr., operator of the Lots
Brown Hut drive-in restaurant of
Mexico Beach.
MMumphy said that Hare was driv-
ing approximately 60 miles per
hour 'and according to 'skid marks
didn't apply his brakes until just
a few feet before striking the boy.
Murphy said that the impact knock-
ed. the Kramer child 25 feet. The
young boy's head knocked a hole
in the grill and radiator of the car.
Young -Kramer was rushed to the
Port iSt. Joe Municipal Hospital for
examination and was then rushed
to sa Mobile, Alabama hospital by
private 'plane to a specialist where
he is still a patient.
Aleording to sources close, to
the, Kramer family, young John Is
still on the critical list -and, he op-
ened, his eyes for the first -time
since :the -accident Tuesday. Due
to his. serious condition, a thor-
ough examination has not jet been
made as to -extent of his injuries.
Treatment is now being adminis-
tered for a tractuerd skull and a
damaged kidney. Reports say -that
he la recovering very slowly.


TMjIa week, Saturday, June 30,
at 9:00 'a.m. .the Eleventh Annual
Rivercade of outboard motorboats
will, leave Chattahoochee boat
landing, headed down river .
destination, "Apal'aihicola". On
the way 'down, the fleet will stop
at Blountstown landing for re-
fueling and refreshments. Then,
on down river to Apalachicola
Yacht Basin where at 5:00 p.m.
the Rivereaders will be served a
,seafood dinner.
Next, at 9:00 p.m. the big Rt-
vereade Dance will be on in the
- National Guard armory. Everyone
is invited to the dance, whether


Rev. Babbit Reminds.

Kiwanis of Stewardship

Rev. Harry Babbit reminded the
Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club of their
stewardship responsibilities as cit-
Izens Tuesday at the regular club
luncheon.
Babbit reminded the Kiwanians
that not only is man responsible
for his earthly possessions to God
and the Church, but that respon-
bility extends to all phases of life
including good citizenship and in-
,terest in government.
Babbit reminded the Kiwanians
of some of the statements made by
Billy Graham in his Monday night
telecast emphasizing that man
needs to renew his responsibilities
to other men on an individual ba-
sis and. practice "old fashioned"
communication with God through
prayer for a more tolerant attitude
toward our fellow man.
Guests of the club were Bob Ver-
vacki and Wally Dodson.
-K

W. T. Mosely Involved

In Automobile Wreck

W. T. Mosely was Involved in an
accident about seven miles north
of White City at about 1:15 a.m.
Monday morning of this week, ac-
cording to' State Highway Patrol-
man Ken Murphy.
Murphy said that was Mosely
was traveling toward Port St. Joe
in a 1955 station wagon when his
car left the right side of the road.
Murphy said that Mosely lost con-
trol of 'the car and traveled 239
feet down the side of the road, fin-
ally came back on the pavement
ani traveled another 75 feet be-
fore Tearing the pavement on the
left side of the road and then struck
a .telephone pole.
Mosely suffered no injuries but
his car was a total lose.


Highland View

Men Organize

Fire Department

The men of Highland View met
last week -on Tuesday night to or-
ganize a volunteer fire department
for that ,community. The meeting
got off to a fine start -with .some
good Information .given by -CD di-
rector Bob Sidwell on the possibil-
ities of obtaining equipment and
-Charles Wall, chief of the Port St.
Joe Volunteer Fire Department,
who instructed the volunteers on
some of the problems that would
have. to be overcome.
Officers elected to serve in the-
Highland View VFD are as follows:
R. A. Skipper, chief; Edward
Youngblood, Assistant .Chief; Ter-
dy Richards, captain; Grover Hol-
land, secretary-treasurer; John
Hewett, president; Wallace Gull-
lot, vice-president; Reuben B. Da-
vis, chaplain.
The group met again on Thurs-
day night and approved their Con-
stitution and By-Laws, and to set
their regular meeting dates for the
second ,and fourth Monday night of
each month.
All men of Highland View are in-
vited to take part.


in the Rivercade or not.
Sunday morning, July 1, at 9:00
a.m. the Rivercaders will -take
off back up the Apalachicola Ri-
ver to Chattahoochee, the start-
ing place, completing a 220 mile
river cruise. On the way up,
again stopping at Blountstown
for refueling.
Twenty Boat Clubs have Indi-
cated participation. More than 200
boats carrying more than 600 Ri-
vereaders are! expected to arrive
in Apalachicola Yacht Basin for
the occasion.
-The time again: Next week
end, June 30 -and July 1.


Fishing License Deadline

Saturday at Midnight

TALLAHASSEE-Deadline for
the 1962-63 fishing license is mid-
night June 30. Fishermen are ad-
'vised that Wildlife Officers will
conduct a strict fresh-water fish-
Ing license check effective July
1.
Persons violating the provi-
sions of the fishing license law
may be fined not less than ten
dollars, nor more than three
hundred dollars, or imprisoned
not to exceed ninety days.
Fishermen may obtain their
1962-63 fishing license at the of-
fices of all County Judges and
their authorized sub-agents thru-
out the state.
License fees are:
Resident, annual, $2.00. Non-
resident, annual, $8.00. Non-resi-
dent, 14-day continuous fishing,
$3.25. Non-resident, five-day con-
tinuous fishing, $2.25.


Stac House Open

To Sr. High Friday

By SANDRA BAXLEY
The S.tac House will be open to
the Senior High teens on Friday
night of each week. There are
many games !to enjoy such as ping-
pong, checkers, dominoes and the
latest selections of the many en-
joyable and -popular recordings are
available. Refreshments are also
available.
The Stac House has recently
been re-decorated with new furni-
ture which has greatly improved
the appearance of the Stac House.
We hope youth of Port St. Joe will
.take advantage of this opportun-
ity to have a place to go.
So, for an enjoyable Friday eve-
ning, come on out to the Stac
HOUe.


Daniell Asks for $60,440.00 To

Operate Program During 1963


C. E. Daniell, head of the Gulf
County Pest Control Department of
the county presented his 1962-63
fiscal budget to the County Board
Tuesday night for their approval'.
Daniell must prepare his budget
'before July 1 'so 'that it may be for-
warded to the .State of Florida for
inclusion in their budget for match-
ings for operation of the program
in Gulf County.
Daniell presented a record bud-
get that was some 32% more than
last year's budget. The total of his
new budget was $60,440, which in-
eludes several major projects he
wishes to complete .during the com-
ing fiscal yaer in the' pest control
program.
Although the text of Danlell's
budget was not made available
for publication this week, The
Star will -attempt to get an Item-
ized statement of Danlell's. pro-
gram for next year, for next
week's Issue.
The new Pest Control budget
would require $35,500 in local funds
as' compared with $27,000 last year.
Of these local funds, the City of
Port St. Joe contributes $5,000, the
City of Wewahitchka $1,500 and
the County furnishes the addition-
al $29,000. The additional $24,940.
is 'furnished by -the State.
According 1 Clerk c. he C-u,'t
George Y. 'Core, this new budget
*will require approximately one-half
mill above last year's levy to fi-
nance.
If every department of the coun-
ty Increases its budget by a like'
amount, the budget for the new
year will amount to some $135,000
more than -the present budget.
Taking Into consideration Dan-
lell's frugality and close manage-
ment of his department in the past,
,the 'County felt that the entire sum
was needed or Daniell wouldn't
have asked for it, and approved
the budget as submitted.
Survey 'Request
In the two-month-old survey re-
quest for -the Honeyville area, the
county again' told these residents
that 'the cost of finding an estab-
lished corner would have to be
borne by them. Luke Taunton, a
resident of the area stated that
they wanted a North, South line
established and not just a corner
and felt that the County owed the
people this service. In view of the
Board's statement, the petition 'ask-
ing that the line be established


tons on his ability 'as a surveyor.
He said he did not like the im-
plications' and stated that he had
never made a survey In 'the area.
He also stated that there were two
section .and two half section cor-
ners established in the area and
that any reasonably Intelligent per-
son could find his boundaries by
going to these corners, which he
would be glad to show to anyone.
Other Business
The Highland View Volunteer
Fire Department was present 'at the
Tuesday meeting and stated that
they had complied with the special
act of 1961 and -asked for authoriza-
tion to begin using .the $3,500 set
aside for purchase of fire -fighting
equipment. Commissioner Leo Ken-
nedy stated that he had met with
the. Department and was satisfied
they had met all he qualiffcations.
The Board agreed to let the group
begin spending the $3,500 on equip-
ment.
J. C. Arbogast of St. Joe Beach
asked 'the Board what their 'policy
was toward using county equipment
on private beach property. He stat-
ed that County equipment was do-
ing work on -the beaph area in St.
Joe Beach, which was. owned by
the adjoining property owners. He
offered the point that the owners
of the property did not want any
'work done on 'their beach.
Representative-elect Ben Wil-
liams suggested that a meeting be
set up with State Road Department
and U. S. Engineers With reference
to construction of a bridge -at Ov-
erstreet. The Board instructed the
'Clerk to see it -such a meeting
could be arranged for July 24 or
August 14, which ,are both regular
meetings of the Comnmission.
. Commissioner Leo Kennedy sug-.
gested that 'a hazardous 'condition
existed in Port St. Joe on Long
Avenue at the Patton's Bayou
bridge. Kennedy stated 'that he
thought a danger spot existed 'here,
since no provisions are made for
foot traffic on the bridge. This dan-
ger is magnified by Long Avenue
being a main avenue to the Port
St. Joe High School and carries a
great amount of pedestrian traffic
in school months. The Board agreed
to meet with 'the Port St. Joe Com-
mission to see if something could
be arranged to build a foot bridge
outside the railing of the existing


was withdrawn. roadway bridge.
Max Kilbourn stated: 'that 'testi- e*nd "he St' To A FPiend
mony in the past had cast inslnua-

New Signs Installed At City Gates
a ..p.w". i s g


wSSus iSnage::: ..WM mli' a ss' ms ..a b ,* !Hw aoi = wra
New sign boards have been erected to the three entrances to
the City of Port St. Joe as a project of the Lions Club. The new boards
will hold signs of various civic organizations and a large welcome
sign will be placed above the wire mesh by the Port St. Joe Cham-
ber of Commerce. Above, left to right, Lions Club president, Jimmy
Costin, W. 0. Howard and past president Bill Fleming place the
Lions emblem on the new board. Other organizations will follow
suit. (* photo)


Eleventh AnnualRivercade Will Come

Down Apaldchicola River Saturday


Record Mosiul'n~to Conrtrol










were each attired in matching dres-
ses of white silk organza, street
length, with scalloped neckline.
They each carried cascades of white
carnations.
The flower ,girl, Eva Margaret
Maddox, wore white silk organza
floor-length gown, with scalloped
neckline. She carried a 'white has-
,ket adorned with white satin bows
and streamers, lilies of the valley,
wedding bells and doves, from
which she scattered mum petals in
the 'path of the bride.
The ring bearer, Larry Tucker,
carried a lace covered pillow adorn-
ed with doves and pearls and fac-
similie rings, from which ribbon
streamers and lilies of the valley
were attached.


Miss Brenda Tomlinson became
the bride of David Curtis on Sat-
urday evening, 'June 16 at 7:00
fp.m. in the First Baptist Church
of this city. Pastor of the church,
C. Byron Smith, officiated at the
double ring ceremony. .
The bride is the -daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson of this
city 'and a recent graduate of Port
St. Joe High School. The groom is
'the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo 'Cur-
tis of Ambridge, Pa. Mr. Curtis is
stationed at Tyndall Air Force
Base, where he is a radar techni-
'cian.
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson, 'aunt of
the bride, 'presented, a program of
wedding music accompanied 'by
Mrs. Virginia Arnold, as she sang,
"You'll Never Walk Alone", "I


orated 'with standards of gladioli,
mums and chrysanthemums and
greenery and flanked by candelabra
on either *side of the flower ar-
rangements, with window decora-
tions of candles and 'greenery.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a chapel train
dress of white silk organza and
fitted lace bodice with sabrina neck-
line, outlined with pearls and se-
quins. The 'bustle back tapered off
to a chapel train. Her veil was el-
bow length veil of illusion .attached
to a dainty crown of lace seed
pearls. The bride carried a cas-
cade bouquet of white butterfly
roses, interspersed with tiny sweet-
heart roses, pearl hearts, lilies of
the valley.
Miss Rosemary Tomnnson, sis-


Love You Truly", "Oh, Promise ter of the bride, was maid of hon-
Me", "Because", and closing with or. The bridesmaids 'were Misses
"The Lord's Prayer". Alice Blailock, Peggy Pyle, Judy
The church was beautifully dec- Bateman, Betty Tomlinson. They


A; ... ...... ...... .. .




















S
















MANHATTAN and TRU-VAL, Cool-as-a-breeze


WHITE DRESS SHIRTS


Priced $2.98 to $5.95

4 .[' *-*7" '' 'i: i:


MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"


!


Was

Wea









Ch(

favi



of
~All


^.-

Sun
witt



BE


froi
Tea
Mar
co(
teai


IV


SEE OUR OUTSTANDIf

of July SWIM WEAR I

McGregor and Tru-V(

Get ready for the Fourth o
new swim suit from our si
a swim suit, you'll find it


,of the groom, of New Orleans, La.,
Mrs., Clarence Paul of Panama
City.


Theta Rho Girls

Entertain Prexy

Melody Thfeta Rho Girls Club No.
10 gave a breakfast for the visiting
president of the Rebekah Assembly
of Florida, Mrs. Maye Kernen of
West Palm Beach, 'at :the home 'of
the advisor, Mrs. 'C. W. Long, Sat-
urday, June 23 at 9:00 a.m. All The-
ta Rhos and Rebekahs were in-
vited.
The girls served orange juice, hot
braekfast rolls and coffee to those
attending.
Fran Gunn, local president-elect,
presented Mrs. Kernen a monetary
gift from the club. It 'was in the
form of 'a nosegay with yellow roses
being used, this being one of the
presicqep't's flowers. Interspersed
among them -were 'dimes covered
with yellow net and stemmed in
green, then dollar bills were used
for leaves.
Immediately following the girls
enjoyed a swimming party.
4K
Return From Visit
Wayne and Gary Pate returned
home Sunday after spending two
weeks with their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Pate, Sr., in Anda-
lusia, Alabama.


Carol Elaine Wood and Jerry Wheeler

Barnes Wed in Double Ring Ceremony


Mother of {he bride wore white
batiste .dress and white 'accessor-
ies. Her corsage was white carna-
tions.
The best man was Elmer Sam-
uelson.
The ushers were Bob Flanagan,
Bill Fleming, Wallace Barnett, Cor-
nelius Venemuan. They served in the
candlelight service.
Following the ceremony-, a recep-
iton was 'held at the church by the
bride's parents. The room was dec-
orated with 'an 'arch of magnolia
'and vine trimmings with baskets
of flowers 'and lighted candles. The
bride's table was lovely covered
with white organdy covers, also low,
arrangements .of flowers on the
lighted candelabra, centered with
a white wedding cake beautifully
decorated 'with white rose imotiff,
and a miniature bride and 'groom
topped the cake. Mrs. Milton Cha-
flin served at the cake table. Serv-
ing at the punch table were Misses
Barbara Bell and Pat Griswold.
Miss Sue Durant served at the
guest table.
'The bride wore an apricot plaid
suit and white lacy blouse with
white 'accessories for her going
away outfit. 'The couple left ,for a
honeymoon to Pennsylvania and
,will be at home on their ,return to
Port St. Joe at the Jones Apart-
ments.
Out-of-town ,gusets were Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Tomlinson, Panama
City; Mr. 'apd Mrs. Wilson Tucker,,
Parker; Mr. 'and Mrs. T. V. Blai-
lock and Mrs. B. E. Sherrard of
Yazoo City, Miss.

Visiting From Alabama
Rev. and Mrs. Luther Carden 'and
sons Byron and George of Hart-
selle, Alabama, will return home
Friday after visiting this week
with .Rev. Garden's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. I. Oard-en.

Advertlising Pays- Try It


THE STW, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1962


Circle Meets

With Mrs. Blount

The officers tand cause chairmen
of the Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service of the First Methodist
Church met .In the beach home of
Mrs. Paul Blount ,on Monday, June
25 at 10:00 'a.m. ?or a short train-
ing course in their work for the
coming year.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Mrs. Neva Croxton. Mrs.
Paul Blount, assisted by' Mrs. Don
Rutland, president of ithe ,orgaiza-
tion, presented the course to 11
representatives.
At 12:00 noon the 'group took a
break from ;their work for a re-
freshing luncheon of sandwiches,
deviled eggs, potato 'chips, cheese
dip, cake and iced tea.
Those present agreed that this
day was ,one of *enlightenment and
enjoyment.
Those .present for .this course
were: Mrs. Roy 'Gibson, Sr., Mrs.
Edwin Ramesy, Mrs. :Do Rutland,
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Mrs. George
Suber, Mrs. B. E. Rawls,fMi's. Oal-
la Perrit,t Mrs. W. D. Jones," Mrs.
Neva 'Croxton, Mrs. H. 'C. Brinson,
Mrs. 3. L. Temple, Mrs. Norton
Kilbourn 'and' the hostess, Mrs.
Paul Blount.

SHOP AT HOE


TELEPHONE: BAIl 7-4191
Mon. thru ThurM. W 45 pa.l
S un. lHolidayf t-s pem.

THURSDAY and FRIDAY


I TERROR I
IN HIS,

PANAVISIONr TEPNWIr
CHUCK CONNORS.- KAMAAOmmE


SATURDAY ONLY


bk Hiere.Ccomes Mr. Fun
with double the laughs

DANNY DANA
KAYE- WYNTER

nI., ..C.E -,lA f n ORD DORS


_mz ON'VO l WW4UL



In IIi.B I MERTDWU
DIANA SPEWI l



SUNDAY, MONDAY <
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY


Miss Brenda Tomlinson Becomes the

Bride of David Curtis on June 16


I


Miss .Carol Elaine Wood and ner, who also accompanied the
Jerry Wheeler Barnes. .were united soloist, Leon Bed'sole, *as he sang,
in marriage Friday, June 15, at "0 Perfect Love", and "Because".
7:30 p.m. in an impressive double- In conclusion 'of the ceremony, Mrs.
ring ceremony at the Long Avenue Griner sang "The Wedding Prayer"
Baptist Church, in Port St. Joe. The as the 'couple knelt on the white
candlelight 'service was performed satin covered prie dieu.
by the Rev. J. C. Odum.
by the Rev. C. m. Serving as maid of honor was
The bride is the daughter of Mr. Miss ,Sara Cumbie. She wore -a
and Mrs. M. C. Wood of Port St. street length .dress of blue lace
Joe, and the bridegroom is the son over matching taffeta. Her 'dress
of Mr. 'and Mrs. F. W. Barnes also featured 'a scooped neckline and a
of -Port ISt. -Joe. bouffant skirt. Her headpiece was
The sanctuary was. beautifully of matching tulle 'and she carried
decorated with standards of white a nosegay of tinted carnations
bridal flowers including chrysan-- nestled in tulle with tiny streamers
themums, gladioli, pomn ,poms and attached.
greenery of magnolia leaves and Serving as bridesmaids were Mrs.
palm's, flanked by white candelabra. Boncile Birgenheier, sister of the
holding'burning white tapers. The bride, and Miss Fay Paul. Junior
family pews were marked by large bridesmaids were Miss Diane Wood,
satin bows. "sister of the bride, and 'Miss Edith
As the guests assembled a pro- McLawhon, cousin of the bride. All
,gram of nuptial music was played, were attired in pink brocade taffeta
by the organist, Mrs. Vernon Gri- designed identically to that worn
[by the maid of honor Bridesmaids
wore matching tulle headpieces and
carried nosegays of tinted carna-
sh andi to 'compliment their outfits.
A a d Edward Wood, brother of the
bride served 'as best man. The ush-
or1 .ers 'were Jerome Barnes, brother
of the groom, David Odum, 'Clifford
Tharpe and 'Cecil Lyons.
L The bride, 'given in marriage by
her father, was lovely in a white
floor-length gown of hand-clipped
L chantilly lace and tulle over de-
Slustered 'satin, designed with a tit-
ted basque bodice. The rounded
by HUBBARD Ineckline was accented with lace
appliques and sequins. The bouf-
Oose from your fant skirt also featured appliques.
Her finger-tip veil of illusion was
'orite styles! attached to a seeded pearl crown.
She carried a bouquet of lilies of
the valley centered with a white
wide selection 'orchid.
For her daughter's wedding, Mrs.
patterns! Wood chose a champagne lace over
I easy-care fabrics! taffeta- sheath with matching ac-
cessories. She wore a pink carna-
S. -- tion 'corsage.
Mrs. 'Barnes, the bridegroom's
mother, was attired in a dress of
nmer-ize your wardrobe blue embroidered cotton. She wore
white accessories and a 'corsage of
h a new pair of white carnations.
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held in the
RMUDA SHORTS social hall of the church. The
,lnUDA SH ORi .bride's table, overlaid with pink
linen, was centered by a tiered
wedding cake topped by the tradi-
m outstanding selection. tional miniature bride and groom.
.med with a smart new 4 The cake was flanked with three-
nhattan sport shirt is a tiered candelabra holding burning
o 1 casual comfortable pink tapers. Compotes of nuts and
Scmints .completed the setting. The
Syou just cant beat. punch table was overlaid in pink
featuring the punch bowl and a
IODESTLY PmRICED huge white wedding bell with pink
ODESTLY PRICED miniature pom poms entwined.
Following the initial cutting of
the cake by the couple, Miss Mil-
from $3.98 dred Tillman and .Miss Kay Creech
served a'nd Miss Mercedes Shep-
pard and Miss Barbara Bell pre-
4 sided at the punch table. The
Sbride's book was kept by Mrs. Gene
NG COLLECTION of 4th Raffield, sister of the bride.
Mrs. Barnes chose for traveling
by Manhattan, Puritan a blue silk shantung suit with
which she wore white accessories
al and the orchid lifted from her ibri-
Sdal bouquet.
f July and the beach with a Out of town guests and relatives
Attending were Mrs. J. F. Barnes,
uge, huge selection. If it is j grandmother of the groom, Mrs. Ed-
at our store! I ward Oates, aunt of the groom, both
= of Alabama;! Leon Bedsole, cousin i


- r YY;;;--r-r;-;-rr---------------- ; __,,,___ _


___- _I------------ -- -


THE


RADIO BIBLE SLASi


Under the Direction of Dr. M.,R. Degaan

CAN NOW BE HEARD

EVERY SUNDAY, 8:30 A.M.


OVER RADIO STATION


WJOE






KRAFT TOTE BOTTLE

DRESSING

S 3 Bottles 79c

IGA

ICE MILK

39c


MAYFIELD
CORN
NO. 303 29c
CANS


MIX or MATCH
LUNCHEON


'EM TABLERITE
MEATS 4 packages


Wednesday
Thursday
Friday and
Saturday
June 27,28,29,30


99c


GIANT SIZE BOX


S. L^ A: "., ++ .


- 1^ t r.. 1


Beautiful Assortment of

Artificial Flowers
PICK OUT WHAT YOU LIKE

1 Oc EACH AND UP

- FROM THE IGA VARIETY STORE -


BEAUTIFUL SET OF 8
GLASSES


$1.69


Picnic Set $1.00 and $1.49


32 QUART
ICE CHEST .
LARGE SIZE
BEACH TOWELS


. .


$3.98

$2.19


FRESH PRODUCE *
SUNKIST EXTRA LARGE


EXTRA FANCY YELLOW


S


DOZEN


Fresh CORN


BAG


Smoked Tenderized

PICNICS


Lb.


BUTT or SHANK
Portion


HA


Lb.


. 39c


BLEACH IN PLASTIC

Clorox 2Gal. 29c
WITH YOUR $10.00 ORDER YOU SAVE 28c!
EiLARGE
I SIZE:


Steak House Special!

Breakfast
ONLY 29c

REFRESHING IGA
ICE TEA


49c


Brach's
TOFFEE CANDY 8 oz. pkg. 29c


Nestle's
QUICK COCOA
Kraft's Jet Puff
MARSHMALLOWS
Diamond Blue Ribbon
PAPER NAPKINS
All Types
ROBERT'S COOKIE!
Nabisco Oreo
CREME SANDWICH
Household
COMET CLEANSER
Lustre Creme
SHAMPOO


Half Lb.
Pkg.


Ib. can 39c


10 oz. pkg.


19c


2 pkgs. of 60's 27c
S pkg. 29c
IES lb. box 39c


2 med. cans
med. size


33c
60c


69c


SHELLED PEAS Fresh Daily
GOLDEN RIPE


Bananas


PURE VEGETABLE-SWIFT'NING 3 LB. CAN

SHORTENING 59c
^V^^^^^^^ W^^^^ V^^^^^ WV WWSVW ^W WW WV -k r^~ nAk .k


LB.


10c


All Flavors IGA
ICE
CREAM
One-Half n 9
IGA Cream
16 Ounce 4
PIE 4


CAIRO BEAUTY SWEET
MIXED PICKLES
DELICIOUS IGA
PORK & BEANS
IGA CREAM STYLE
GOLDEN CORN


IGA EVAPORATED
MILK 3 tall cans 43c
TOLGATE
TOOTH PASTE gnt. 53c


TABLERITE Smoked Half or Whole


16 Oz.
Jar


29c

10c

35c


No. 300
Can

No. 303
Cans


2


Large Size Medium Size Personal Size Liquid Detergent Tablets
IVORY SOAP IVORY SOAP IVORY SOAP IV OR Y SALVO 0
2e"" 33Bs 3 "A Bars 7 gM 65 4 Giant Giant 79 4
4Bars 27 Bottle 65o Pakage 79o


,,









The meeting came to order at 9:00 A.M.
Minutes of the The Chairman opened the meeting with
prayer.
.COUnty CommiSSIO n The minutes of May 9 and 22 were read,
approved and adopted.
David Freeman, representing Gulf Life In.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA surance Company and Arthur S. Lentz, cep-
June 12, 1962 resenting the Blue Cross-Blue Shield appear
The Board of County Commissioners of ed before the Board and discussed group
Gulf County, Florida, met this date in reg- insurance for the County employees. Aeiter
ular session with the following members lengthy discussion, it was decided that a
present: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Leo meeting be held between the County emr-
Kennedy, Neva Croxton, A. J. Strickland and ployees and- the Insurance Representatives
James H. Greer. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attor- at the county barn on June 13, 1962, at
ney, Road Superintendent and the Mosquito 6:30 a.m., and at that time the employees
Control Supervisor were also present. will select the policy they like best.


COMING SOON |


It Was The Time Of Wickedness I


And modern electric air
conditioners do so much
more than cool.


O They remove excess mois-
ture from the air. Eliminate
musty odors and mildew.

* They filter out irritating
dust and pollens. Cleanse
the air of dirt and lint.


* They gently
cool, dry air
settings will r
and stale air
rooms.

* And for ye<
fort, don't fo
that heat as
You can enjo
nature you lik
day of the ye


FLORIDA POWER
Your Tax-Paying, lnvestor-Ou


It Was The Time Of Glory


Pauline W. Sowers, Salary ........ 25.00
Director Int. Rev., WH Tax ...... 49.50
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. ...... 20,02
Gulf Co. SS Acct., SS .......... 15.65
RflPORATI ON Colonial Life & Acci. In. Co., Ins. .. 0600
C R R I There beinr no further business, the
meeting did then adjourn.
owned Electric Company ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C .Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman

CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Investments With
Gant Reuns


The Board asked the Hon. Ben 0. Wil- THE 87 ., Port St. Joe, Florida
liams, Representative-elect if he would con-
sider passing special legislatoin that would THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1962
permit the County Commissioners to pay
a portion of ,the employees group insurance,
Mr. Williams told the Board that he was will take action on same. Mr. Daniell then
for anything that is good for the people of discussed the age limit for employees of his
Gulf County. department and stated that he has one em-
The Board directed the Clerk to add the ployee that will be 66 years old in July of
following nafes to the County Welfare roll: this year. After much discussion, Comnimis-
Maudie Bell Adams, $10.00; George 0. Mel- sioner Strickland said he is in favor of
ton, $15.00; and Lura F. Bailey, $10.00. an employee continuing to workuntil lie
The following names were ordered removed had enough time in with the County to
from said roll: Ethel English and Minnie draw retirement from the State. In a lengthy
Patterson. discussion that followed, the Chairman said
The Clerk read a letter from the Hon. that he would not be a commissioner after
Bob Sikes, United States Congressman in- January, 1963, and, therefore, would not
forming the Board that he had discussed vote on this matter. Whereupon, there was
the land line problem encountered by citi- a motion by Commissioner Croxton, second-
zens in the Dalkeith-Honeyville area of Gulf ed by Commissioner Greer that all County
County with officials of the Bureau of Land employees be retired upon reaching the age
Management; that said Bureau can be re- of 65 years: Upon vote the following voted:
quested to re-establish the corners in ques- AYE: Croxton, Greer and Kennedy. NAY:
tion and that the County or the land own- Strickland. The Chairman did not vote.
ers will have to bear the cost involved. The Farm Agent, Mosquito Department,
After discussion the Chairman instructed and Road Department filed monthly reports
Commissioner Strickland to contact the pro- for May 1961.
perty owners involved in this question and Ahli payrolls for the month of May were
to inform them if they wish to pursue this approved and ratified as paid. The following
matter to come before the Board at the bills were presented, examined, approved and
next meeting, ordered paid:
Hon. Ben C. Williams, Representative- GENERAL FUND
elect told the Board that he thought it Mae Creamer, Co. Ind ........... $15.00
would be a good idea to pass a law requir- Jeyel Callahan, ............ 15.00
ing all surveyors to record all of their field D. Kelley, ........... 15.00
notes in the Public Records, which would ucy Raffield,. ......... 1.00
aid the property owners to quickly re-estab- Lucy ...... 15.00
lish a line or comer that had previously been Carry Goodwin, ........ 15.00
surveyed. He requested the Board to give Dannie Mae Faison ......... 00
this thought some consideration. Bessie Dykes 1 .......... 15.00
Upon motion by Commissioner Greer, Mary Clark .. ,. "'..... 100.00
seconded by -Commissioner Croxton and Neva Croxton, Exp ....... 100.00
duly carried, the Clerk was directed to re- James H. Greer ........... 100.00
tire certificate No. 6 of the Gulf County E. C. Harden Sr., ital Indigent ... .
Health Center Interest and Sinking Fund Calhoun County Hospital, Indigent .. 75.00
in the amount of $10,000.00 and interest Municipal Hospital ., patient ..75
at $250.00. southwest Fi. T3 o1P, Patent .. 8.7
The Board asked the attorney to give a W. T. Edwards TB HIosp., Patient 168.75
report on the air conditioning contract for National Cash Register, .oks ...... 307.60
the Court Room job. The Attorney reported John E. Jensen, Mig, intor. Bo...oks 35.00
that the contractor has again promised to Florence McNelly, Janitor e..... 250.00
complete the job by June 13, except for David C. Gaskin, Legal Serv .... 20.00
replacing some of the ceiling that was de- Breeze Pub. Co., Office Sup. .......20.00
faced and that would be done within a very St. Joe Tel. Co., Util. ...........28.90
few days. In a discussion that followed, the Marianna Office Supplies, Sup. ....... 1.80
Board was in unanimous decision that the Bowen Supply Co., Sup ..........***5.8
Contractor, Automatic Cooling and Heating Mrs. Clyde R. Teat, Rental, poll place 30.00
Company of Panama City, Florida, has not Clinton E. Cox, Rental, poll place .. 30.00
treated the county anywhere close to fair Mrs. Ottis Smith, Rent, poll place .. 30.00
in his contract which was awarded on Sep- M. 0. McDaniel & Co., Sup. ........3.00
memberr 26, 1961. The Board, agreed to al- Mrs. 0. G. Rish, Reg. Fees ...... 100.37
low the contractor until June 20, 1962, to J. D. Stafford, Bailiff ............* 5.00
complete the contract. 0. E. Daniell, Reimburse......... -3.18
The Board authorized the Mosquito Con- St. Joseph Tel & Tel Co., Util .... 14.85
trol to junk the following items: The Star, Office Sup. ......... 11.10
Item No. 70-1, Pump. M. P. Tomlinson, Ins .......... '131.i7
Item No. 70-4, Chain Saw. Side Motor Co., CD Repairs ...... 35.00
Item No. 70-6, Pump. Jacksonville Marine Radio, CD equip. 429.,6
Item No. 70-7, Tifa Fogging Machine ID Floyd COhev. Co., CD repairs .......16.50
No. 4008. Skips Mo-Jo Serv., CD gas ........ 5.88
Item No. 70-9, DFG Fogging Machine ID Woolford's Serv. Sta., CD gas ...... 1.54
No. 270. St.' Joe Hdwe. Co., CD parts ...... 13.90
Item No. 70-10, Fogging Machine. LaFayette Radion Elee., CD parts .. 69.82
1 The Board did then charge the following J. Lamar Miller, Agent, CD gas .... 69.99
equipment to said Department: Robert D. SidwellU,CD exp. & mile .. 80.55
Property Card No. 70-38, Willys P. U. Guy N. Middleton, Exp. to mtg. .... 19.00
Truck, 1962, $2,266.25. Fla. Dev. Coin., CD parts ........ 326.05
Property Card, No. 70-39, Briggs-Stratton St. Joe Hdwe, CD parts .......... 13.90
Motor, No. 942586, $56.70. Basil's Stad. Oil Co., CD gas .... 18.84
Property Card No. 70-40, Clinton Motor, Phillip's 66 Auto Serv., CD gas .... 1.65
No. 990, $61.15. Leo Kennedy, Exp. Acct. ......... 100.00
Hon. Ben 0. Williams, Representative- A. J. Strickland, Exp. Acct. ...... 100.000
elect asked the Board what progress has Maudie Bell Adams, Co. Ind. ....... 10.00
been made in securing a bridge across the George C. Melton ........ 15.00
canal at Overstreet. He was advised that Burs F. Bailey, ....... 10.00
the State Road Department has informed The Breeze, Print. Min. .......... 50.00
the Board that the traffic did not warrant Whitfield Apiaries, Honey .......... 30.00
a bridge at this time. Mr. Williams suggest- J. J. Hill, Reimburse. ......... 36.04
ed that the County call a meeting with the The Star, Pub. Min., etc. ......... 106.40
U. S. Engineers and the State Road Depart- Dotherow Office Sup. Co., Sup. .... 32.76
ment to pursue this matter and that the Marianna Office Sup. Co., Sup ....... 7.50
request for the bridge be made on behalf of Whit eOity Corn. Bldg. Rent ...... 30.00
the Civil Defense value as an evacuation St. Joe Hdwe. Co, Padlocks ........ 1.50
route. After discussion, the Board said that Costins Dept. Store, Material ...... 4.03
such a meeting will be called at a later W. T. Stafford Serv. Sta., lock ...... .72
date. Pridgeon Supply Co., Lumber .... 11.68
0. E. Daniell, Supervisor of the Mosquito E. C. Harden, Sr., Salary .. ..... 114.50
Control Department discussed the matter of Leo Kennedy, Salary ........... 117.50
adopting his budget before July 1, 1962, Neva Croxton, Salary ............ 117.50
because he had to have 'the approved budget A. J. Strickland, Salary ......... 117.50
in the State Board of Health office in Jack- James H. Greer, Salary .......... 114.50
sonville on that date. After discussion the George Y. Core, Salary ........ 254.16
Board instructed the Supervisor to present Mrs. C. G. Rish, Salary .......... 89.18
his budget as soon as possible and the Board David C. Gaskin, Salary ........ 155.00
Max W. Kilbourn, Salary .......... 47.00
Southern" Mill Creek Co., Parts .... 42.50
West Fla. Equip. Co., Parts .... 119.5
Standard Oil Co, Pet. Prod. ... 368.14
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. ......... 18.07
St. Joe Sinclair Serv., Tire repair .. 8.00
St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts .......... 41.64
S-Power Motors, Inc., Parts .......24.27
=- "Power Motors; Inc Parts ....... 24.27
M. D. Moody & Sons., Parts .... 100.55
Heath Motor & Sup., Parts ........ 20.34
I. W. Duren, Parts ........... 74.84
Danco Prod. Co., Parts. ........ 146.70
Ducor Supply, Spray .... ...... 26 93
Burford Toothaker Co., Parts .... 12.53
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
Samp- P. Husband, Fees ........ 538.44
Silas R. Stone, Salary .......... 313.33
Ray E. Green, Cont., Retire .....20.00
George Y. Core, Court work ........ 44.75
Gate & Fresh Water Fish Com., fees 34 80
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
St. Joe Autso Parts, Parts ....... 48.91
St. Joe Tire & Recap., Top cap .... 21.95
St. Joe Motor Co., Parts ........ 170.48
Coastal, Inc., Rent .............. 1.00
St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Util. ......... 20.1fr
Gulf Coast Elec. Co., Util ........ 25.64
Burford-Toothaker Co., Parts .... 29.53
Bay Machine & Weld. Co., Repairs .. 39.02
Calloway Bros., Weld. sup. ........ 654
Dorsey's Garage, Repairs ......... 0.45
Keenan Weld. Sup., Sup...... .......... 1.60
Gulf Oil Corp., Pet. ....... .... 21.49
Panama Machin. & Sup., Parts ...... 5.09
-- Standard Oil Co., Pet. Prod. ...... 5.31
St. Joe Tdwe. Co., Axe ........... 4.95
SWillard J. Watson, Florco-C ........ 9.00
W-- Wewa. Edwe. Co., Sup. ........ 727.96
GENERAL FUND
Audrey Nunery, Co. Ind. ........... 15.00
Annie Hudgins, ......... 15.00
Eva Pate, .............. 10.00
SMattie Mae Jennings, ...... 15.00
Winnie Ross, ............ 10.00
Mrs. John McMullon, ......... 15.00
Mrs. M. H Conger, ....... 15.00
Grace Dunlap, .......... 10.00
C. C. Davis, .- ". .... 1000
Mrs. Minnie Paul, .. .......... .1500
Drusilla Keel, ............ 15.00
Mrs. 0. V. Scully, ........ 15 00
Mrs. H. C. Jones, ............ 12.00
Ruthie Baton, ........... 5.00
Charlie W. Sap .........15.00
Lula Kemp, ....... 15.00
Kate Glass,' ,. ........ ..... 15.00
Mary Lee Boone, .......... 10 00
Jessie Pitts, ......... 15.00
Emma Darley, ........... 15.00
Pinkie Mae Myers, .......... 15.00
Irvin Darley, S ............ 10.00
Isaac Hall, Sr., .......... 15.00
Elmer Nunery, Salary ............ 16.49
Sam P. Husband, .............. 50.00
Evelyn Pate, .. ............. 43.20
W. L. Fitzpatrick; ........ 8.70
h CJoseph W. Bailey, ,,. .......... 8.70
ill themiddle of Robert L. Merary, Jr., ...... 8.70
hn ao ut Betty G. Owens, l ......... 69.56
meeting about the J.j. SHill, ............ ..69.88
time for floameless Cubie R. Laird, "a ......... 17.0
Direc. Int. Rev., WH Tax ........ 79.10
litioning! Just ask Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .. 6.. 66.70
Gulf Co. SS Acct., SS ............ .8.75
Sfree estimate for Colonial Life & Acci. Ins. o. Ins... 6.00
o ROAD and BRIDE FUND
I find it costs less y infield, Salary ............ 189.3
gto kee cootsPerry S. Holley, ,, .......... 187.02
to keep cool James F. Whitfield, ...... 125.79
uAlva Kemp, .. ............ 168.68
Glenn W. Daniels, ... ..... 158.13
Carl L. Lester, Salary .......... 28.31
J. A. Hall, Salary .............. 145.18
William C. Lindsey, Salary ....... 145.13
y circulate the B. Champion, Salary ........ 114.66
"Fan only"' Sanford Armstrong, Salary .... 131.66
remove smoke R.K. Strickland, Salary ..........119.66
from crowded Roy C. Tharpe, Salary .......... 121.66
Director Int. Rev., WH tax ...... 230.90
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .... 116.83
Colonial Life Ins. Co., Ins ........18.00
ar 'round com- Samuel Marion Graves, Salary ... 151.12
rget the units L.F Sellers, Salary ............ 142.14
Director Int. Rev., WH tax ......28 40
well as cool Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .... 19.77
Colonial Life & Acci. Ins. Co., Ins... 9.00
ke best every w. B. GConpedge, Salary ......... 112.91
ar. S.T. Morris. Salary.............114.15
C. H Daniell. Salary .......... 182.3


375 EXTRA


'Super-Right' Boneless Beef


-Rib STEAK


Delicious
For
Barbecue


All Varieties Mortons Frozen

DINNERS


100 Extra 100 Extra
W lud SPlampd p p Pla SiadS psa
With this coupon and purchase of -- With this coupon and purchase of
15-Oz. Can Johnson's 14 Oz. Bomb House & Garden

INSTANT J-WAX RAID BUG KILLER
Coupon good through June 30 Coupon good through June 30
J-6-30 J-6--30






S0 ExItra : 25 Extra 9
P d Stamp. w Plaid Samirps
With this coupon and purchase of With this coupon and purchase of
Mar-ker Meat or Chicken-Qt. Btl. 1 Lb. Pkg Cap'ni John's Frozen ,4

BARBECUE SAUCE PERCH FILLETS
Coupon good through June 30 Coupon good through June 30
J-6-30 J-6--30
n

\ 25 Extra 25 Extra
Plaid Stamps Plaid Sta mps
With this coupon and purchase of 7 With this coupon and purchase of
1 Lg. Pkg. "Super-Right" s 2 Lb. Jar Ann Page

SKINLESS FRANKS !4 SALAD MUSTARD
Coupon good through June 30 Coupon good through June 30
J-6---30 J-6-30
t,, 1 n em n -m 11 %z 1 E'.. zaid'l .. 1 w 11 wy r 1 1 w //,' 11 == limr 2=azBIl,. ,.


25 Extra 25 Extra
Plaid S mtans |. II W Plaid Stamps
'With this coupon and purchase of With this coupon and purchase of
SC Gal. Marvel Brand K 1 Lb., Ocean Spray Whole or Strained
ICE MIL K CRANBERRY SAUCE a
Coupon good through June 30 Coupon good through June 30


53BA k/i


- - - - -
Tree Ripened


PEACHES


3 LBS.


Bleach
CLOROX ..------....... qt. 23c
Detergent
BREEZE ........... gt. 81c
Detergent
FLUFFY ALL 19 oz. 33c
Liquid Detergent
WISK qt. 75c
Cream Oil Hair Dressing
WILDROOT .... 4 oz. 76c
Aluminum Foil 25 Ft.
REYNOLDS WRAP 33c
Muellers--8 Oz.
HACARONI 2 boxes 29c


25c


NBC-8 Oz.
CHEESE RITZ ........ 27c
Detergent-Reg. 5c OFF
RINSO BLUE .-....-..... 27c
Detergent-8c OFF
LUX LIQUID 22 oz. 57c
Cleaner-7c OFF
Handy Andy, 15 oz. 32c
Instant Milk
STARLAC ...... 3 qt. 35c
Minute Maid Frozen-6 Oz. --
LEMONADE, 5 cans 69c
Diet Dellght-8%, oz.
Fruit Cocktail .--...---.... 21c


Jane Parker Freshly Baked

APPLE PIES
8-Inch 39c
Each 3
Jane Parker Crisp

POTATO CHIPS
(Twin Pak)
1 Lb. 4
Detergent-7c OFF
SURF----- ............. reg. 26c
Condensed Detergent
ALL ............ gt. size 79c
Detergent
Swan Liquid.. 12 oz. 35c
Shortening-10c OFF
SPRY .-....... 3 b. can 79e
Clear
Saran Wrap 25 ft. 29c
Apple, Peaoh, Cherry Frozen
Morton Pies ... 3 for $1
Colgate-'Large Tuibe
Dental Cream .--......- 31c


S Twdreamscome true "Super-Right" Western FULLY COOKED


PAID STAMPS




HAMS

Shank 3
Portion


LB.


It Was The Time Of




METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER Pese, SAMUEL BRONSTON 'S' Psdalon
Filmed in 70mm SUPER TECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLOR'
JEFFREY HUNTER* SIOBHAN McKENNA -HURD HATFIELD. RON RANDELL -VIVECA LINDFORS
RITA CAM CARMEN SEVILLA BRIGID BAZLEN HARRY GUARDING RIP TORN
FRANK THRING GUY ROLFE MA"URICE MARSAC GREGOIRE ASIAN -ROBERT RYAN
Sas John the Baptist
,Pi11HyLIP YORDAN A oiwNICHOLAS RAYI D SAMUEt BRONSTON


No. 1 DRIVEINTHEATRE
APALACHICOLA, FLORIDA


Lb.99


11 Oz.
Pkgs.


189C


PL A I'D

STAMPS


510 FIFTH STREET
Prices in this ad are effective thru
Saturday, June 30


rim
M'


"Illf -3
E 19
I ,


P/I z


F.-' "Super-Right Pork SPARE RIBS



SHORT RIBS

I BYour
^ |Choice b39c
C 019


I T I t fil 14 61 1 I M : 4,A I 5# ,, 4


I 9A W*WA a m W, a, VIA P, M, ft" I


4__ -_ _ _


- I











THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-8161 POSTOFF'CE Box 308
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50

TO ADVEP.TISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florlaa


THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1962


It Has Been Needlessly Proven That The

Legal Speed Limit At The Beach Is Necessary


TALLAHASSEE Delinquency
among sales tax registrants drop-
ped to a record low of six-tenths :fi
one per cent as of April 1, State'
Comptroller Ray E. Green said
this week.
The state comptroller said the
record was achieved through the
efforts of the men in the field and
a relationship of understanding de-
veloped with Florida businessman,
which has resulted in a ,gradual de-
cline of delinquencies during the
last several years. The average dur-
ing the .current fiscal period has
been between 1.5 .and 2 per cent.
Of the 125,569 .accounts checked


as
lin
dit
of
due
Floi


On more than one occasion we have heard the query, bus
"Why do they limit the auto speed in the beaches area to 35 thr
mph? Don't they know that is a through national highway?" 20t
And in all seriousness, these people believe in the rights of (
the automobile over the rights of the pedestrian, aft
Many so-called "reasons" can be given for the lifting of Th
the speed limit from the "creeping" 35. "The area is not
congested enough to warrant such a limitation", "tourists lir
would use the route more if they could make time"; and a ita
host of other such excuses for lifting the limits. it:
I But last Wednesday afternoon late, a driver, going too
fast, according to the Highway Patrol, proved why the speed ha
limit is necessary at its present point. A driver ran into a th
small boy and caused nearly fatal injuries. The small boys ha
head was driven through the grill and the radiator of the seo
automobile that hit him, the impact was so hard.
That's why the speed limit is 35.
The State Highway Department know that these things
can happen just as it did. That is why they make the speed
limit relatively safe. Probably they have now allowed more
leeway than is absolutely safe.
In the congested area of the state wayside park at Mex-
ico Beach, we believe, that the legal speed limit of 35 is
entirely too fast. People are constantly crossing the high-
way at this point. It is a danger spot.
While we, like quite a few other drivers have not been
strictly adherring to the 35 mph, we promise to do so from
here on. We have been slowing down below 35 at the way-
side park area. Like many another driver, we felt that 45
to 50 was slow enough along the beach road. But we, like
others, didn't take into account the.anxiety of young children
to get into the water when mother finally says, "yes, you
may go swimming for awhile". They are anxious even
more so than you are to arrive at your destination when you
drive along the. beach.
So please take care. Take the word of the SRD that 35
is the fastest possible safe speed along the beach.


Highland View Fire Department Is Not Going

About Their Organization "Half Cocked"

After so long a time, the Highland View Fire Depart-
ment has been organized. It was approved in the last session
of the Florida Legislature, by passage of a special bill, to
allow the county to furnish this area with money to create
a fire department.
The step has ilow been taken to organize the men of
the community into a fire department. They have elected
officers and named a roster of firemen.
The organization now must purchase its equipment. It
will probably secure surplus equipment through the Civil
Defense.
It is gratifying to note that the people of the community
have not been lulled into the belief that when they get a fire
truck, all homes in the area are safe.
Such is not the case.
Without water, adequate equipment such as correct hos-
es, nozzles, etc., and a source of maintenance, and more water,
a firetruck is as useless a piece of equipment as one could
have. A hundred trucks could not prevent one chicken coop
from burning without adequate water.
It is gratifying to see that the Highland View organiza-
tion is seeking to solve these problems before they secure
their necessary fire fighting equipment.
We applaud their good work.


Self-Respect Begets Respect

The Senate deserves a standing ovation from every
US taxpayer for its recent action in voting to suspend for-
eign aid to countries that appropriate US property without
making fair payment for same.
For too many give-away years now, Congress has ap-
proved handing-out hard-earned citizen's dollars to countries
that then turn around and take more billions out of our
pockets by seizing American companies and property from
American stock-holders. That's like giving someone a hand-
out at the front door and then letting him steal the car out
of your garage and drive off without trying to stop him.
It may be hard for the millions of us taxpayers to believe
but the theory behind our aid program-at least up until
now-has been that if we don't keep lining the pockets of
the thieves, they'll stop respecting us and put in with the
Kremlin.
Why we have stood for it so long is now beside the point.
And if the House of Representatives doesn't get the same
message now that the Senate got, we're pretty sure they
will get it belatedly-at the polls.
In case any of our legislators on Capitol Hill have any


the three per cent discount, but al-
so is subject to a five per cent
i!. .,i- as well on the-tasic tax.
The penalty for two months delin-
quency is 10 per cent. The maxi-
mum penalty is 25 per cent; Inter-
est is. charged at 6 per cent per
year or one half of one per cent
per month or a fraction of a month.
Florida has achieved national
recognition for its effective system
of delinquency control', Green said.
"We are proud of our low percent-
age of delinquency among sales tax
registrants," Green said. "Tax of-
ficials of other states have advised
us our syst em is the most effective
delinquency control-in the country.


Sales Tax DeOirp, 6 ,;1 To

-Record Low for Yi: Y


U. S. Air Force firepower demon- Ing stations operated by Vitro for
stration for President Kennedy. the Air Force arc located at Pan.
In addition to the Eglin AFB ama City, Port St. Joe, Tarpon
.rea, centered near Fort Walton Springs, Venice, Naples and Key
Beach in northwest Florida, track- West.


'a l W S g less than would be I
the case TO we' 3Ad to work larger s
areas.
"Secondly, through years of close a
supervision and contact, our dealer- I
friends have been educated and in-
structed in the proper steps of tax
application, tax collection, record
'keeping and 'other phases of the
,program.
"But of even greater value in
maintaining this good record, is
the friendly understanding and
willingness of Florida dealers to
voluntarily 'and accurately do what
the law and regulations require."
Sales tax collections for the 11-
month period -of the current fiscal
year total $166,726,975, or 6.44 per
cent over the same period of 1960-
61. An estimated $180,400,000 in
revenue is anticipated from this
source for fiscal 1961-62.
1------


of April 1, only 803 were de- "There are many reasons or our Air Force Awards Contract Mercury's famous V8 power. Save as you drive, too. Montereys service
quent, Green pointed out. In ad- favorably low ratio, which I know Mercury's famous V-8 power. Save as you dve, too. Monterey's service-
ion, only 268 retail licenses ou, mos commercial concerns wish To Vitro Laboratories saving featu's cut routine maintenance to just twice a year. -
approximately 55,000 were over-they could equal. COf E GET Th REAL LOW-DOWN ON PRICE
approximately 55,000 were over. equal. The U. S. Air Force has announ- ''s ,i ":.- oil price incluing heaterand
Green said under the system, the "First, Florida's administrative ced that the Vitro Laboratories di- defr.ransporonandocalaxesextra.
orida businessman is actually in plan of 23 area offices keepsourvision of Vitro Corporation of ST J T R M PANY
siness with the state. He receives supervisors and agents close to theAerica has been awarded a $7.8 E M T
ree per cent of the'basic tax back people with whom .we can deal ,di- eia supplemental contract by PORT ST JOE
he files his report before the rectly from day to day. We know million supplemental contracted, by PORT ST. JO
th of the month, this arrainegmeont is most efficient r Fore atesC man
On the other hand, reports filed in geitinl compliance with the law.. providing f or- operation and main-
er the 20th result in penalties. ItI is les' expensive dollar-wise tenan ofand test Rangein Flor- FIRST ETHODIST CHURCH
e businessman not only loses becaues per diem and mileage of the Eglin Gulf Test Rangei Flor-FIRST ETHODIST CHURCH
The contract is effective July 1,
gering doubts about this- message here's the way we read 1962 through June 30,.. 1963. Work REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
and the way we think every self-respecting American reads will be performed by the Vitro Ser-
vices group ,headquartered at Eg- CHURCH SCHOOL 9.45 a.
You don't buy respect-not even with your contituent's lin AFB, Florida. The 450-mile Eg- MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
rd-come-by tax dollars or with the companies in which hin Gulf Test Range is the site of M p
rd-come-by tax dollars ov wit heompa iesiw c development tests of medium and METHODIST YOUTR IFELLOWSIIIP ..- 6:45 p.m
ey have invested to provide income for their families. You short range missiles, space probes EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
ve to earn respect. And you earn it by asserting your own and electronic countermeasures. It _
If-respect and the self-respect of all American citizens. was the scene, early in May, of a
,-_- -T,-1-1- -


DRUMMER BOY and



H Afii


FROSTY :. i-.i TENDERIZED


L ," W


HOLE HAM lb. 45c

6 to 12 Lb. Avg.


le't $1.00
,~l~ 4)


Plenty Meat


I,.'-,'
'H~~..


HOG MAW


.5
i.
..-' *1~'


5
Lbs.


$1


'H~


Shank
Portion


LB.


TENDER, GRADE "A"


FRYERS

LB.


* .


OUR EVERYDAY C :' CE Tr. 'E!_. PART PRICES


Fryer Legs
Fryer Breast


.lb


' 3 bs.
Backs 4 lbs.


FHome Grown
.P,
'..





Large Ripe
WATERMEN ,E .i'


95 c


BUTTER BEN

FRESH PEAS
YELLOW CO

SINGLE LAr

BELL PEPPER
No Strings
TENDER
-- lI" Y .'o -'
FILL ,v z.-'5-' -


Fresh Shelled-3 Bags
Blackeye Peas $I.
Bushel
Blackeye Peas, 1.90
Bushel
Tender Squash 1


$1


PEPSI COLA


Sc BOTTLE


Ga. Grade 'A' Small


EGGS


wWITH $5.00 ORDER


WITH $5.00 ORDER


3 oz. 59c


Kraft Nabisco
PARKAY lb. 23c SALTINES lb. 29c
Table-Tote KRAFT 3 BOTTLES 10 BARS-Reg. 5Bo ,
Salad Dressings 79c Candy Bars 39c


PILLSBURY BISCUITS can 5c


With $5.00 Order
SUGAR


20 Lb. Bag
CHARCOAL
I. I 9 c Purina 25 Lb. Bag

c D- Dog Chow
Jim Dandy 25 Lb. Bag
C-, Dog Chow
_' -


B uS bel


Sushel


98c




$2.69
FLOUR

$1.99Lbs1.89 .49
w_ -


2.90

2.50


*^-*1 *4 f-"" "E ^
V^....i vsssss ./^ ^tswo
., ,. .-- ; *-, "" : ... .^. .... ,.-..v. -- ., ,-
-- -' ...... -.. *-,


Enjoy Monterey's heft, feel, and easychair room. Relax with the quief,
ff : .l ... l,4 f, -l,. i ',Il .l~ C,. ^ ^ hi^ Li. S^ i M.hld


-i pounds 69c


~.~-~s4cs~E~t~iB~~-iu.~~- -------rr~4%wa -~s~


~ I_ _~_~


~s~ F&t~


5 V N


CHH I TTERLE ING" ~


Stew


21











SUNNYLAND TENDER CURED

PICNIC
GROUND FRESH MANY TIMES DAILY

GROUND
DUBUQUE'S FINE HEAVY WESTERN ]
Rib Steak"


SAVE
GRAND
PRIZE
Stamps
I. z"O


Cs


BEEF
BEEF
B. 5 9 -c


Hickory Smoked
Small 4 to 7 lb. size


C Sliced
33c
Lb.


L. 3 $1.29
DUBUQUE'S FINE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF LB.
Brisket Stew 19c


KNOW...


Sliced Bacon
Kraft's Ole Fashioned MILD
Hoop Cheese


SUPREME PURE VEGETABLE


SLimit 1 please
Iv C G With $7.50 or
No. 10 JUG ore Order


STOKELY'S 14 OZ. BOTTLE
CATSUP 2FO 31


GERBER STRAINED FRUITS and VEGETABLES
BABY FOOD 10JAR


91


BAKERITE
SHORTENING


ELCOR
1c TOII
CANADA D)
rc SOF
GOLD NOTE
OLEO


LET TISSUE
BY CANNED
T DRINKS


4 roll pkg.
GRAPE
ORANGE
GINGER ALE
COLA


29c

5 ,0z. 49c
Cons 49c


JUNGLE QUEEN
COFFEE


Limit
1 Can
With Order


lb.
solids


5 Lb.
Box


Limit 1 With
$5.00 Order
Or More


---- COUPON
FREE! 50 Extra Grand Prize Stamps
With This Coupon and $5.00 Order
AT YOUR PORT ST. JOE
JITNEY JUNGLE
Expires Saturday, June 30


WATER MAID
RICE


ALL PURPOSE


Big 3 Ib.
Pkg.


45c


DETERGENT


FAB


Large
Box


STRIETMANN'S COOKIES 20 OZ. PKG.
VANILLA CREME


2


39c


SEE The Panama City News-Herald for
Coupons Good for Many Extra GRAND PRIZE
STAMPS!


Carrots
POLE
Beans 2


FRESH GOLDEN
Corn


6


hi
I


LARGE SIZE
Watermelons


You really do SAVE
l lllllllllIIIlll[| l llllllllll illl lllllllllll]|l|llll lllll I tellllll llll111111ll lllll l h Jl y
Join the swing to better food *
I Values!1 Buy more and Save *
more! It's a big time for food *
shoppers at Jitney-Jungle! Ji


1 *
*A


Prices Good Thru Saturday, June 30
Miss Brand SLICED LB.


49ce
49c
&9tR


ii


SC


3 Lb.
Can


BALLADS
FLOUR


-FRESH PRODUCE -
w--


S PKGS.

LBS.

Large
Ears


25c

29c

29c

59c


I II I I I I


- ---- cr~e~----~-----~' R~ I


I L t ~-


I










Your Port St. Joe Appliance Dealers and
Florida Power Corp. Will Give You A


To Stay Coo

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS CASH GIFT
OFFER TO REPLACE YOUR OLD FLAME
BURNING APPLIANCES!


June 14


- July 3


ELECTRICITY
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
water heating.


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!


I This Summer


BE CALM, COOL and COLLECTED WITH


wKocne's
FURNITURE and APPLIANCE STORE


Phone 227-5271


209 Reid Ave.


Frigidaire Appliances


Kennedy
ELECTRIC and REFRIGERATION SERVICE


Phone 227-8831


229 Reid Ave.


Hotpoint Appliances


______________________________________U I.-


St. Joe
FURNITURE and APPLIANCE COMPANY
EASY CREDIT LOW PRICES


Phone 229-1251


205-207 Beid Ave.


Kelvinator Appliances


In Cooperation With

Florida Power
CORPORATION
"You Can Live Better. Electrically"


LI L 3 ~U


Phone 227-5251


DAVE MAY, Owner


A C


Phone 227-3151


309-11 Reid Ave.


219 Reld Ave.


Wizard Appliances


REPLACE
Your Present Flame Burning

Range or

Water Heater
with flameless, cool operating electric appliances during this
special offer and you will receive
$25 Cash Each


Westinghouse Appliances


Western Auto
ASSOCIATE STORE


I I -- L. I I


- I I I II I r r I


CASH








The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


You /' e Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV- J. C. ODUM, Pqstor
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 CondtIoned Centrally Heated
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


p COUNT



Trees and other forest plants ar
very important for Florida's wild
life.
Assistant Forester A. S. Jense
of The Florida Agricultural Extei
sion Service states, "All wild an
mals owe their existence to veg
station of one kind or another. Th:
may -be trees, grasses, weeds, farn
crops, water plants or a combine .
Stion of these. Creatures which ea


62 4
-1 ;


I


other, trees that are good wildlife
food trees 'are elderberyr, wax myr-
tle, hackberry and wild persimmon.
iSpCeimen of many of these trees
can ibe found growing along most
roadsides in the country, or even
on vacant lots in town. Of course
you should always obtain the land-
owner's permission before digging
up a 'tree and taking it home.
Be sure -also to transplant only
smaller specimen. Almost 'all trees
survive better in north Florida
when moved during ,the winter dor-
mant season. In south Florida-
where winters are mild and growth
sometimes never stops-trees can
be moved at any season.
Be sure to dig trees with plenty


NYLON "500"

with 27-Month Road

Hazard Guarantee

We'll allow you from *17
to $36 for your old tires
when you trade for a set of
four Firestone "500" Nylons


A PREMIUM


Firestone


At a POPULAR


Tire


Price..


Now with Exclusive /
All-Action Tread 0 NTH
Road Hazard
to give you LONGER MILEAGE Guarantee


ALL- SIZES LOW PRICED


'M'M,


Pate's Service Center
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


Even the small runner oak found been enjoying a pine seed meal.
in many flatwoods areas is an im- Of course, many persons are not
portant food for quail, turkey and interested in planting food trees
deer. There are two main groups for game birds, and animals. .Most
of oaks-the red oak group, which of us live on a small lot in town
includes laurel oak and water oak, and would merely like to attract
Y AGENT'S NOTES whose acronstake two years to ma- song birds to our back yard.'There
ture; and the wihte oak group, are a number of native trees that
whose acrons ripen in one year. accomplish this purpose. One of
By CUBIE R. LAIRD White oaks include white oak, the best is wild mulberry. Wild
swamp chestnut oak and common mulberry grows rapidly. If planted
live oak. Two other oaks important in the .corner of the yard, it will
re other animals' are no exception to to wildlife-that many foresters attract .countless, birds in spring
d- this rule, since their smaller prey consider worthless-are the turkey when the ,berries ipen. Other trees
usually depends on vegetation for oak and bluejack oak of our sahd -such as dogwood, wild cherry,
in food." hills. laurel cherry, American holly, red
n- Here in Florida we have a wide Pines are second only to oaks in cedar and magnolia-are attractive
I.- variety of plants of all kinds, their importance to wildlife. Among ,to many birds, and also make good
e- Therefore we have a wide variety important game birds that eat pine ornr a
is of wildlife. As a group, oaks rank seed are quail, 'turkey and dove. Our state tree-the cabbage
m number one as the trees most im- Almost all' of us have walked un- jalm-is a very valuable wildlife
a- portanit to wildlife. der a pine and noticed gnawed pine food .tree, as is the smaller saw
at Almost -all wildlife eat acorns. cones that show squirrels have palmetto of our flatwoods. Some


S "


N> -LM DA


Enjoy Monterey's heft, feel, and easychair room. Relax with the quiet,
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'featu;;s cut routine maintenance to just twice a year.
COME GET THE REAL LOW-DOWN ON PRICE
*Manufaocturer's suggested retail price including heater and
defroster. Whitewalls, transportation and locol axes extra.

ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANYr
PORT ST. JOE


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


COMPLETE PHOTO SERVICE
FAST QUALITY ROLL FILM SERVICE


0-PORTRAIT
*MOVIE FILM *I


COMMERCIAL
BLACK and WHITE COLOR


S LYNART STUDIO
104 Bay View Drive Phone 227-8681



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



GOODSON'S

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


SERVICE CALLS


Phone 7-3251 or 7-3911
DAY or NIGHT
317 REID "AVENUE
(Next Door To Telegraph Office)


THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1962
of roots 'and to keep them moist at
all times. Generally trees with a
ball of earth around roots live
much bette rthan bare-rooted trees.
It usually pays to buy good nursery
grown specimens rather than 'try
to transplant wild woods-grown
trees.

for the best In*.o
rpest*r











A
Lawn Mower
By popular demand we are
now renting the famous Bigly
Wheel YAZOO Lawn Mower.
St. Joe Auto Parts
Phone 227-2611 and 227-2621
311 Williams Ave. "


~ --


$3;00








THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1962


Preliminary Tennis Tournaments Held

This Week At High School Recreation
+- "a ~lq1ifaf-' h


ball prowess, waded throw
competition, with a good se
good forehand placements.
feated Mark Rutland 3-0 in
round. Rutland in turn eli
David Henderson 3-1 in th
round match.
Second seeded Robin Bro


THE STAR, Port'8t; Joe, Florida


ES


Preliminary tennis tournaments Ken Dykes 3-1 in the finals. Tins
.r-reoninmsnary 1tennlhl LUUEI;I'II41h1~ JYi. '3-1 tI rLUC Tim Rutland's measure U
were held this week for the morn- was a much closer match than the Tfirm tla round match to assure 3
ing and afternoon .tennis classes in score indicates with several eight the semi-finals against W
the Port St. Joe High School sum- stroke rallies.Wimberly took the match
Wimberly took the match
mer recreation program. The pur- Charlotte Maddox beat Brenda ter a spirited 'and accurate
(pose of the tournaments was to al- Faison in a first round match 3-0 to of tennis 'by both players.
low the players to evaluate them- gain the semi-finals against Ken
selves on .their progress in tennis Dykes. These young girls are work-
fundamentals and compare their ing diligently to master tennis
mastery of the skills with other Dykes won over Maddox 3-0 to en-
players in their respective classes. ter the finals against Merritt.
It also allowed the instructor to Pat White won the girls ch ami
observe the students under compe- pionship of the .morning class by
titive circumstances as well. This a margin of 3-0 over Charlotte
will aid in seeding the players for Maddox. Maddox entered 'the fin-
the final tournament.of the recrea- als by defeating Brenda Faison 3-0.
tion period. This tournament will Ken Dykes reverse the outcome ,-'-
he held the last 'week of the pro- of the open tournament in the
gram. morning class by beating Myron *
Myron 'Merritt' won the open Merritt 3-1 in the boys singles tour- .
class singles tournament in the nament. These boys are keen rivals
morning class with a steady brand and a close match is forthcoming
of tennis. He had stiff competition every time they 'meet. Dykes drop- .
from Pat White, a diminutive lass ped Randy Armstrong 3-1 .to enter
'with good tennis .potential, in the the finals.
opening round before winning 3-2. The afternoon open tournament
Merritt defeated, Randy Armstrong, was won by Clifford Wimbe'rly, who
in the 'semi-finals. He outmaneu- was unseeded idue to a late arrival
rvered' his younger opponent to win at the tournament site. Wimberly, !
,1 tAudli'ly 3-0. The champion defeated who is better known for his foot- '










We are pleased to announce that
MR. C. W. LONG
Has joined our organization, in the capacity
of a salesman and we invite all of his friends
to visit him here at the ST. JOE MOTOR CO. "

ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 227-3737 322 Monument Ave.





TRADE NOW ON GULF
QUALITY TIRES!


SAVE! SAVE!


DELUXE
UULg CROWN 1 1
All Nylon
SConstruction $2095
WiderDepe $20.95
Tread 750x14
Quiet Runninj
Extra Long
Wear
Minimum Warranty plUs tax ani old
(Nylon) 27 mouth tre from your car


GULFCROWN
N* ylon or rayon
Sidewall Whit $ 5.95
Tubeless or 670-15
Tube-Type y i
Minimum War-
ranty: Rayon
Tubeless-18
mos, Nylon .
Tubeless-21
mos., Rayon Tube- plus?'TL and FdO
Type-15 mbs.* tire from your car o f

GULFCUSHION o
RAYON NOW ONLY
BLACKWALL ""
TUBE-TYPE .95 -- Vacation I
arr670n15 Entire Stock
months,
months tire from your car
If you want the utmost in a punc-
ure-sealing premium tire, ask about Values up


AMAZING GULF GUARANTEEne or $
on (ecpt for malicious, willful now
If g for any reasa g (e) y Glf braad tire does not prove serv-
nealeft Itsdsa entiryo arnteed minimum lifetime, when used
e for i p s s -are entitled to an adustent Styles for boys and gii
as follows: If the cause is detfetichare f.the oaterial, and spice.
rice represented by the unused guaranteed minimum life of egs
Sandals, Canv


/ GENE'S GULF and Slip

W )W Service Station $2.99 anh
flU.S


The summer program tennis pl' i- Golden Agers Club


>ugh all Pete Fox was the finally from
serve and the upper bracket. Fox won over
He de- Jack Wycke 3-0 to go into the
the first semi-finals. Andy Trammell vault-
iminated ed into the semi-finals- by winning
eIr first over .the ones girl entrant, Michele
Anchors 3-0. Fox eliminated Tram-
mell 3-1 to go into ,the finals
wa took against Clifford Wimberly.
-0 in a
ance to The finalists displayed some bril-
imberly. liant tennis on occasion as Wimber-
3-1 at-' ly won 3-1 'to establish himself as
display the main to beat in the ensuing fin-
al tournament of the summer.


Has Regular Meeting

The Golden Agers met for their
regular bi-mont.hly meeting .Monday
evening at 7:30 in the Stac House.
During the business, session it was
decided to change the meeting hour
to S:00 p.m. until October 1. Also
plans are being formulated for as


RTS ea. IC
educed to $1.77 to $4.77
election of summer BLOUSES
SCHORE. $1.99 and up.


2 Feature Vacation Groups Ladies Summer
FLATS and SANDALS

$1.66 and $2.66
Here's unbeatable value in scores of styles in leather and
canvas in both white and summre colors.

(LOOK FOR THE RED & WHITE TICKETS)
All Men's and Boys
SWIM WEAR
Reduced for quick selling
$1.66 to $3.66
Formerly sold up to $4.99. Styles and quality by Campus.

(SAVINGS, SERVICE, SATISFACTION)
Happy Savings at the beginning of summer on
vacation needs. .. Over 200


DRESSES


Selected from our exclusive labeled garments .
Values up to $16.99.


$5.99 to $8.99
The season's favorites in junior, missy and women's sizes
. You'll buy two or three


You'll Save on Baby's
DARLING DIAPER SHIRTS
DIAPER SETS by FAWN


A clean sell-out of GIRL'S
Summer Dresses
Sizes 1 to 14 Values up to $7.99
$1.99 to $4.00
Choice styles of the season by Kate
Greenaway and "Prim and Pretty"


meet with them a.t an early date.
A program of recorded music
and comedy 'was greatly enjoyed,
but the highlight of the evening
was ithe surprise .birthday p'aTty
for Mrs. Ellen Kirkland. She was
the recipient of a beautifully dec-
orated birthday cake, lovely gifts,
good wishes and cards.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mesdames Brooks and Moon, who


Values up to $9.99. White, bone, some blacks and browns.
AAA to B widths
ALL TRIM TRED DRESS SHOES
now $5.99

U. S. KEDETTES, OXFORDS and SLIP-ONS
$3.99 to $4.99
Imported leather and straw
Sandals & Wedges 299and$399
Favorite styles of the season. Sizes 4 to 10.


(IT'S D-DAY FOR SAVINGS)
Vacation thriller! You'd expect to pay up to
$5.99 for these remarkable.
COTTON FROCKS
BOYLES FEATURE PRICE

2 for $7.00
Yes,-simply amazing, and there's sizes for misses, junior
and women. New styles received this month a
galaxy of bright or darker colors.


(BOYLES LEADS AGAIN)
Fun in the Sun and Surf with Big Savings on
Ladies
SWIM SUITS
by Roxanne and Nan Dorsey--Sizes 32 to 40


$5 to $12
Values up to $19.99 Every style
carefully selected to give you the
most for your money.


Wear at Boyles .
and SETS ------97c
------ $2.77


You'll be thrilled with these cool. cheerful, drip dry


COTTON DUSTERS


$3.77


I ALL GIRL'S SWIMWEAR -- Reduced 25%


Feature! (A GREAT VICTORY FOR SAVINGS) Just unpacked A special purchase regular $2.99 Tulane
Children's A special Vacation Group Men's Wash and Wear SPORT SHIRTS 3 for $5.00
A colorful selection in sizes small, medium, large and
extra large
ALS DRE S S A KS Boy's cool Madras and twill
to $399 2 pairs for $9.9 9 WALKING SHORTS
Men, here's unbeatable value for the hot monhts ahead, sizes $ 66 1 66
199 28 and up. and $2.66 now $1.66
1.9 Plaids and solid colors. Sizes up to 16
Men and Young Men's $4.99 quality BOY'S TULANE SPORT SHIRTS
rls in white, brown LEESURE PANTS now $3.99 $1.99 values $1.66

father Fine polished cottons and novelty cords in the season's wanted Full cut, sanforized blue chambray
colors. Sizes 28 to 38 waists. WORK SHIRTS ea. $1.00

vas Oxfords A good fishing shirt, too with long sleeves.
P-Ons Men'sEE SHIR 'Knit (with pocket)
PTEE SHIRTS 3for $3.65
S$3.99 Anew shipment just arrived in white and colors. Sizes
d $3.991small to extra large.
Men's E & W White Nylon re-inforced
$4.99 222 Reid Ave. Phone 227-4261 TEE SHIRTS --each 69c


ers are showing interest a.id eii-
thusiasm. They are laying the foun-
dation for an active and enjoyable
future by gaining a foundation in
the game of tennis.

To Enter Massey
Miss Anais Lilius, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lilius has been


accepted for the executive secre- many of the ground who so desire served delicious cake squares and
tary course at Masesy College, At- to accept the invitation of the Pan- .punch: All seemed loath to say good
lanta, Georgia. '.i aa City Senior Ciitzens club to night after ,the enjoyable evening.


Bargans For The 4th





4r,
.. ............... ... Pil' lS 3 H i -












REVOLUTION) (GO 4th WITH SAVINGS!)
r s WEAR 5,000 PAIRS of SHOES
OYIES ... NATURAL BRIDGE SEMI-ANNUAL SALE
adies sanforized drip-dry cotton $7 99 a
:ottons .n Ow_7 now I9


A lucky purchase group and we pass the savings on to
you. Sizes 10 to 20.


L '~ "'',- 1 l I-


71


1 'I r r i~s~7~9~8Bt~~s~i-Piismr; Ma-ills o mI


U.S KD


- 1 II -a 1 lr


L _L ~ ct


i I 1 9


1 _


I _


_Y_


(A VALUE
SPO'R1
From B(
A special economy group Il
Sanforized Drip Dry C
BLOUSES, SHOI
SUMMER SKIRTS .- R
You'll love our vacation s
by LAURA MAE and MAS


3


-;~I ~a









THE STAP. oort St. Joe, Florial
THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1962


PARTNERS

in HEALTH
Both'your Doctor and your
Pharmacist are engaged in
similar endeavors... to allevi-
ate suffering, and work for
better community health.
We consider it a privilege to
be a member of this health
team for your welfare.
When your doctor prescribes,
bring your prescription to us.



Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service



CECIL PARRISH
PLUMBING AND'
ELECTRICAL WORK
Contracting or Repairs

Licensed and Bonded

PHONE 227-3886
1312 Palm Boulevard


S*I AFOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
Classified Ads brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph.
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR RENT: House trailer, com- FOR SALE: 2 'bedroom house 1308
pletely furnished. Located at Long Ave. Garage and utility
White City. Phone 229-1146 or in-. room. Call Grady Player, 287-3636.
quire at Rich's Super Mkt. tfc-2-25 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1314
FOR RENT: One bedroom house, Marvin Ave. Purchaser to as-
furnished. One two bedroom du- sume VA mortgage. Seq Cecil Cos-
plex unfurnished. 2-bedroom beach tin, Jr.


cottage. Smith's Pharmacy. Phone
227-5111.
FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Mon. Ave. Phone
227-7421. tfc-6-21
FOR SALE OR RENT: Floor pol-
ishers, vacuum cleaners with rug
beaters. Phone 227-2011 for demon-
stration or see at Surplus Sales
Sewing Center, 202 Monument Ave.


FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurni
ed house, 1317 Long Ave. Call
W. Long, 227-4686. tfc-6
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1
Woodward Ave. FHA approve
Low down payment. Phone
3751. tfc-(
FOR SALE: '54 Ford. Good tir
Motor needs work. Want $75. C
The Star 227-3161.
FOR SALE: 2 registered peking
puppies. See after 5:00 p.m.
510 Seventh Street.
FOR SALE: 14' runabout with
horse motor 'with controls. B
sonable offer. Phone 227-4823.
FOR SALE: 25' aluminum train
awning for -half price. Cont
Leon C. Robinson, Independ'
Life Insurance 'Co.
HOMES 'FOR SALE
Will build homes with no dow
payment for families 'who ow
lot, or can buy a 'lot. Paymen
as low as $50.00 a month. Wri
'Calr Kelly, U. S. Homes Re
resentative, P. 0. Box 1715, Pai
anna City, Florida.
SEWING MACHINE'S, new and'
ed. Repairs on all ,makes and n
dels. Special this week. Free We
inghouse Electric in cabinet ,$19.
Signer electric portable $29.95. S
plus Sales Sewing Center, 203 M
ument Ave. Ph. 227-2011.


NEED A PLUMBER?

CALL BEAMAN
Plumbing -- Installation -- Repalri -
Contract Work P Specialty
Agents for
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
-CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATIE-


TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU

BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE


1107 GARRISON AVE.


PHONE BAII 7-2541


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


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ................ 6:45
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ........ 7:30

"Come and Worship God With Us"


ish-
C.
6-28


FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home at,
White City. Lot 95x100. Good
deep well. Only 2 yrs. old. Call 227-
7701. Patricia Ann Redd. tfc-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
room. Nice neighborhood for chil-
dren. Will sacrifice equity for $850-
Take over FHA loan. $83.00 mo.


a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


Golf Students Play Competitive

Round To Prepare for Tournament

The students participating in the
golf program in the St. Joe High
School recreation program played
a competitive round this week. T7ie
.scores posted by the young golfr-1 "
will be the basis for establishin :
flights in a preliminary ,tournament
to be held next week.
Andy Trammell, a rising frei- i 4
man, .shot 'a sensational 18 on the.7; ':4.-
par 25 five hole course. This i ii
the lowest score posted to date t~L:- ,
anyone playing the course. This is
considerably below Trammell's ..-
erage ,score and he must rema. in
very .sharp to maintain it ,n-n -t


1 -, q -
301 Will give you built-in range and week.
"ed. oven. 105 Bellamy Circle. Phone Pete Fox, one of the most ci..i-
227- 229-2321, Dr. Williams.
6- 229-2321, Dr. Williams. sistent participants, shot a 20. Fox
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2 is one of the favorites in the ,,,-
res. baj.hs, built-in kitchen, disposer, coming tournament.
,all dishwasher, hardwood floors, fully
insulated, central heat, air condi.- Robin Brown, a fine young g.: H-
tioned. Carport and living space, er, shot a 22 to gain status for tie
ese 1240 sq. ft. 'Corner lot 125'x92'. 2104 finals. George Boyer, another pos-
at Palm Blvd. Call W. L. Winters, ph.
Itc 229-2521. tfc-5-24 sible winner, shot 'a 23 to complete
the top three golfers.
40 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at .St. The remaining players and their
tea- Joe Beach. Carport and storage, reann pl Jyr' And
etP Phone James Traweek, 648-3196. scores were as follows: Joe Allen
Parirsh 33, Romey Barnes 25, Rob-
iler FOR SALE: 26' Chris-Craft Express ert Marlow 32, Dennis White 28,
act cruiser. Sleeps 4. In excellent
ent condition. Phone 648-3175. tfe-6-7 George Slmall 24, Mark Rutlanid 26,
Itc Charles Thomas 23, David Hender-
( RF SALE: 2 bedroom house on son 24, Pat White 30 and Jacque
185x75 ft. lot. Back yard completelyPr 30
in e closed with chain link fence. Price 30.
rn Plenty 'of shade and 'located in a The closeness -of the qualifying
ts well established neighborhood. See scores indicates that 'several of
te Ferrell Allen, Jr. at 129 Hunter the golfers have a chance to win.
p Circle. tfc-5-31 Interest is high as the players 'are
n- FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak quite aware of their winning pos-
Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1 sibilities.
us- WANTED TO RENT: High quality The chance to become 'adept at
t- unfurnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath the game of golf 'will make an ac-
95. Beach by family with 2 boys in col. tive life possible for the interested
e lege and youngest a Junior in High individuals. The social and roes
"u- School. Will pay .better 'than aver- individuals. The social and profes-
ltc age rent. ,Call 227-2441 or 648-3371. dional assets to the golfer should
SERVICES OFFERED be recognized as 'they.are many.
I will do part or full-time book- It is hoped that the golf program
keeping in, my home or at your will continue to develop and more
place of business. Experienced students 'will recognize the 'many
in a'l types of book work. Typ- values therein
ing work done neatly and correct. lues thre
R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229-
1716. Mrs. James Horton Hostess


CHAIN LINK FENCE
For free estimates call C. W.
Long, phone 227-4686. tfc-2-25
EPTIC TANKS prumiped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
(Uick expert service. tto
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I 10.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in Americap
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmebt Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.


To White City VFD Aux.
The White City Volunteer Fire
Department Auxiliary met June 20
at the home of Mrs. Jlames Horton.
Afterthe short business meeting,
delicious refreshments were served
to the ten members present
The next meeting will be held on
July 18 at the home of Mrs. T. A.
Moon.


L. E. Thursday, Complefes-
Naval 'Recruit Training

Lindsey Eldrid.ge Thurmbay, Jr..,
Airman Apprentice, USN, son of
Mr and Mrs. L. E. Thursday, .ST.,
of 214 9th Street, Port St. Joe re-
cently completed Recruit Training
at the U. S. Naval Training Center
at Great Lakes, Ill., and is now
home on "boot leave". Thursday
will report to Naval Air Technical
Training Center, Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, for 22 weeks of Avia-
tion Electrician's School.
Thursbay is a graduate of Port
St. Joe High School.


J
S
n
S






b

S

EF


Mr. and Mrs. Goulden- Leslie
cott, 1033; McClellan Avenue an-.
ounce the birth of a daughter
heila Diane on June 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward
lalstead announce the birth of a
on, Craig S.tuart on June 24.
Mr. and. Mrs. John Henry P'ope,
r., announce the birth of a baby
oy, Timothy Dewayne op Juine 23.
Mr. and Mrs. John Edgair Rich,
r., of Ward Ridge Trailer Park
announce the birth of a son, Larry
Eugene on June 22.
(All biths occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)

D. T. Bridges 'InjureJd
n Accident Last Week

Dewitte Thompson Bridges, age
5, of Wewahlitchka was injured in
n automobile accident early Thurs.
ay morning at 12:30 a.m. In an
uto accident six miles %South of
Wewahitohka on highway 71.
According to Trooper Ken Mur-
bhy, Bridges 'was traveling north
t an apparent high rate of speed
rhen'he left the road on the right
ide. 'Murphy said 'the car went
own the -ditch for 432 feet, came
ack on .the road and continued
or another 132 feet before leaving
bhe road on the left where it went
another 156 teet and turned over


Kentucky Viistors
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, Mrs. Jeff Boggs and son Fred of
T ri t AMRt ICAN Itr ION, Meet- Gray Hawk, Ky., Mrs. Bob Farmer
nights, 8:00 B Amra Legion and 'daughter, 'Sue of Gray HaWk,
Home. Ky., were the guests of Mr. and
ALCOHOLIOCS ANONYMOUS Meet Mrs. Charles Parrott rover the week
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m. end. Mrs. Boggs is Mrs. Parrott's
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port sister.
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. O. SALES of .ST. JOE, 112 Monument 3
Box 535. tt Ave, Phone 227-4051. tte-1-18 a
MOVING?-Let us help you. 'Whe- R. A. M.-Regular convocation ot d
their planning to move across St.,Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. a
town or across -the nation, you may M., ,2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
be sure that your most priceless ing companions welcome.
belongings are in experienced and Everett McFarland, High Priest
capable hands. We represent, May- Edgar Smith, Seoretary
flower, nationwide movers. Call s THERE WILL BE a regular om- a
for f ree 6 estimates. SURPLUS, TH.,._.Rn ,..t a. T. A _


uiUUa olon o oL J. Ob Li age
No. 11, P. & A. M. every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHE R, Sec
All Master Masons cordially invited


S]
d
b
fi
ta
a


five times.
Bridges was taken to the Municl-
pal Hospital suffering from many
minor cuts and injuries. He 'said
he went to sleep at the wheel.

Return From 'Fair
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Temple and
Mrs. Tom Thompson returned last
,Saturday from the Seattle World's
Fair. They also visited points of
interest 'such as Pike's Peak, Salt
Lake City, Victoria, B. C., Yellow-
stone National Park and Mount
Rushmore. Accompanying them


-were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bowden of
.Smackover, Arkansas. Mrs. Bow-
den is a, sister of Mrs. Temple and
Mrs. Thompson.
-K
WANDA WILLIAMS ENTERS
MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE
'C. A. Barringer, President of
Massey Business College, announ-
ces that Wanda Jean Williams,
daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Cawthon
Williams, of Port St. Joe, entered
Massey Business College, June 19,
where she is taking a Secretarial
Science Course.


PROVIDE

THE

ENERGY

THEY

NEED!
Mom, be sure your ,
-youngsters are getting
S plenty of those
delicious, nourishing
dairy foods they need
to stay healthy



SBORDEN'S
IT'S
IT'S GOT TO BE GOOD
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

Country Fresh Eggs




HARDEN'S V


DAIRY

"Gulf County's Only Producing Dairy"
Phone 639-4383 Wewahitchka, Florida





Why is Sunberm Bread


so tender? (even the crust)

Try this Tenderness Test and see!

;;4.w

< .
.. .. MM .,- :i0 + .


I!- < c < ar "w-
Batter Whipped Sunbeam Bread tears
smoothly, evenly. It's tender because Sunbeam
-' is mixed in small batches to lock in freshness.


I 'sb g1 I


THANK YOU GOOD FRIENDS


I am highly honored and very grateful for your
confidence and support in nominating me for


YOUR CONGRESSMAN
in the Democratic Party Primary.

I respectfully request your continued support in
the November Election.


BI Sihe


IL~9~' F- ~- I