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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Voaley"


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


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1962 NUMBER 89


Jaycees Install New



Officers, Directors


Port St. Joe's Jaycees install-
-ed their new officers last Thurs-
day at an annual dinner meeting.
Installed as president of the
club for the coming year was
Tom Ford, a .charter member fo
the local Jyacees.
,Installed as First Vice-Presi-
dent was Wade Barrier; Second
Vic4-Presidenit, Jimmy Costin;
secretary, Robert Nedley and
-treasurer,
New directors installed were:
JHulon Mitchell, Jake Koller, Roy
Burch, Will Ramsey and Charles
Norton.
All officers and directors were
installed by Ralph Mims of Pan-
amel Olty, state district Vice-
President of the Florida Jaycees.
Mims told the club that in just
their second year of operation.
the Port iSt. Joe Jaycees -had rank-
ed tenth in 'the State of Florida
in their size category for accom-
plishments. He congratulated the
club on this good showing.
Mims also congratulated retir-


ing president Bob Ellzey for his
work in establishing the local
Jaycees and getting the club on
"a going basis". Ellzey is now
retiring to the ranks of "exhaust-
ed rooster" due to his age. The
'age limits for Jaycees is through
age 35.
Mims told the club that Ell-
zey had made every district,
'state and national Jaycee convene
tion representing Port St. Joe
since the formation of the club.
Receiving awards for their in-
dividual outstanding service udr-
ing the past year were Jaycees
Wade Barrier and Jake Koller.
Barrier was named "Outstand-
ing Jaycee for his work on the
'street lighting project which is
now near completion in Port St.
Joe. Koller received the "Key
Man" award for his work with
various youth activities of the
Jaycees including teen age bowl-
ing, teen age roadeo, bike safe-
ty, my true security program
and many other activities.


Mrs. Flarazelle Connell, 67, Passes

Away In Local Hospital Monday, July 2

Mrs. Flarazelle Connell, age 67,'Rowell, W. T. Rowell, A. E. Rowell
of Port St. Joe, passed away Tues- all of Wewahitchka and J. H. Row-


day morning of 'this week at 9:00
A.M. at the Municipal Hospital fol-
lowing a brief illness.
Funeral services will be held at
'the First Baptist Church of Port
St. Joe on Thursday, July 5 at 10:00
A.M., with Pastor C. Byron Smith
officiating and assisted by Rev. J.
0. Odum, Pastor of the Long Ave-
-nue Baptist Ohurch.
The body will lie in state from
9:00 to 10:00 A.M. 'today. Interment
will be at Jeuh Cemetery in We-
wahitchka.
Active pallbearers will be: J. C.
Beli, C. G. Cositin, Jr., Frank Han-
non, C. W. Long, G. L. Scott and
S. C. Pridgeon.
Honorary pallbearers will be the
Deacons of the First Baptist
Church and the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church of Port St. Joe.
The deceased is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. W. J. Ferrell and
Mrs. T. J. Braxton and three grand-
children, all of Port St. Joe; mo-
ther, Mrs. H. J. Rowell; sister, Mrs.
Berta Williams; brothers, R. A.


Driver Education

Students to Report

All students that signed up for
the second session, to take Dri-
ver Education this summer are
notified to report to Room 15
Monday morning, July 9 at 8:00
a.m.
The second session will run
from July 9 to August 3.
There Is no fee for taking the
course and a student may earn
one half credit if he successfully
completes the course.


ell of ureen uove :Springs.
'The deceased was a 'charter
member of the First Baptist Church
of Port St. Joe, a charter member
of Order of Eastern .Star, Chapter
191, The Melody Rebecca Lodge,
No. 22, The American Legion Aux-
iliary, Unit 116, the 'St. Joseph His-
torical Society and was employed
by the City of Port ;St. Joe as a
clerk at the time of her 'passing.


Florida Highway Patrolman Ken with a 32 caliber automatic pistol.
Murphy arrested a man wanted in Registration and other items in
Tampa for writing bad checks, in th'e car pointed to a Harold Rash
Texas for stealing 'a car and in of :Sherman, Texas as owner of the
Mississippi for kidnapping at Bea- car. Adams said Rash was his bro-


con Hill Sunday afternoon ,about
5:00 ip.m.
John Wesley Adams of Tampa,
25 years of 'age, stopped at a Mexi-
co Beach gasoline station and ask-
ed the attendant to "fill it up".
After 'the tank was filled, Adams
said 'he had lost his billfold and
couldn't pay. He offered his spare
and jack as collateral while he
'went to "look for his billfold". The
attendant took the spare and Jack
and called the Highway Patrol in
Panama City after Adams had left
the station.
Trooper Murphy was notified by
his office to apprehend the young
man who was driving a 1961 Chev-
rolet. Murphy apprehended him at
Mexico Beach and 'stopped him for
4-uestioning. The man mwa armed


ther-in-law and had loaned him 'the
car to drive to Tampa. Murphy de-
cided to hold Adams for further
questioning and brought him to
Port St. Joe to jail where he and
police chief H. W. Griffin question-
ed him at length with no results.
Monday morning Murphy called
Rash in Sherman, Texas who veri-
fied that his car had been stolen
from beside Lake Texoma while he
watched from a boat out in the
lake.
Murphy then called in the FBI
in Panama City who ascertained
after questioning Adams that he
had written several bad checks in
Tampa to get money to go to
Texas. After he got to Texas he
wrote bad checks on a Dallas bank
and stole the car he was arrested


Gulf Lists First

Holiday Accident

Tuesday 'Night

Gulf County's first wreck of
the designated 'Fourth of July
holiday period occurred Tuesday
night at 10:00 p.m. when a 1962
automobile, driven by Roy Gay
ran into St. Joseph Bay.
According to Trooper Ken
Murphy, Gay was traveling to-
ward the intersection of Niles
Road and 'Highway 98 from Oak
Grove, when he failed to stop or
turn at the Intersection. His car
cross the highway, jumped over
the guard rail and went 63 feet
out in the bay.
Gay was taken, to Municipal
Hospital with back Injuries.
The automobile suffered ex-
tensive damages, according to
Trooper Murphy.

Vitro Edges Lions
In Softball Tilt

*Cellar dweller Vitro bombarded
the league leading Lions Club with
10 hits Monday night to defeat
them 4 to 3 in the men's softball
league. McClhin was the winner
with Lion Tom Ford absorbing the
loss.
Blair Shuford led 'the Vitro at-
tack with two for two. Bill Barlow
and Bill Fleming paced the Lions
with 'two for 'two and David Nance
collected two for three for the
Lions.
Walter Dodson was in true form
Monday night as his Florida Bank
team downed the Wewa Bank by
a score of 7 to 4. Theo Johnson was
the loser.
Gene Raffileld paced the Florida
Bankers at the bat with two for
two. Dodson helped his win by hit-
ting eafely two times for three at
bats. Billy Joe Richards collected
a home run for the winners. Stuart
and Brown each had two for three
for the losers. '. -


On his way back 'to Tampa in
,the stolen car, he ran out of money
in Laurel, Miss., where he saw a
woman walking beside the road at
about 6:00 a.m. .Sunday. He forced
her into the car at gunpoint and
robbed her of $6.00. He then took
the woman to Andalusia, Alabama
and put her out of the car. Then
he proceeded to Mexico Beach and
was picked up by Murphy.
According to the FBI, Adams had
a past record of car theft and sev-
eral cases of armed robbery. He
hald served time in the Federal
prisons of Leavenworth and San
Quenton.
Murphy said that he was inform-
ed by the U. S. Marshall that he
would be charged with writing bad
checks, transportation of a stolen
vehicle across state lines and kid-
napping. He was returned by U.
S. Marshalls to Dallas, Texas.


City


Trailway Bus

Sideswipes Auto

A Trailways bus sideswiped a
1962 model automobile last Friday
shortly after noon Friday of last
week.
The bus, driven by Milton D. Col-
ter of Tallahassee was traveling
toward Panama City following be-
hind a car driven by Virgil Rester.
Miss Mary Jane Lyter, driving the
Oldsmobile, of Largo, Florida was
following the bus.
Miss Lyter started to pass the
bus at the 'same time the bus be-
gan to pass Rester and sideswiped
Miss Lyter's automobile.
The bus driver was unaware that
he had hit the Lyter auto and drove
on to Panama City. Ten passengers
in the bus also testified that they
were unaware that an accident had
happened.
Damages to the bus was approx-
imately $200 and to the Lyter au-
tomobile, approximately $250.00.
Trooper Murphy In questioning
the bus 'driver and his employers
learned that the driver had been
driving 'for Tallways for 23 years,
had driven 1,600,000,miles and this
was his first accident .
Miss Lyter was examined at the
Municipal Hospital for slight back
injuries and releaseL.-*


St On


County Tax Equalization Board Has

No Complaints At Hearing Monday


The Gulf County Board of
Commissioners sat as a tax equal-
ization board Monday morning
of this week for the required one
hour but had no complaints of In-
equities In valuation of property
for tax purposes.
County Tax Assessor, Samuel
A. Patrick presented his assess-
ment roll to the Board which
showed a slight Increase In tax-
able property over last year.
Patrick's assessment roll list-
ed $5,780,770.00 in taxable real
property; $8,818,935.00 in taxable
pesronal property and a valuation
of $349,578.00 for railroads and
telephone company valuations.
This last Item Is set by the state
and will probably be revised as
the state has not sent out Its
valuations yet.
Homestead exempt property
presented by Patrick totaled $3,-
757,990.00. Wholly exempt pro-
perty (that owned by churches,
schools, governments, ect.) was
set by Patrick at $1,062,900.00 for
a total valuation of $19,770,173.

Visit Grandparents
Mel Magidson, Jr., and Guerry
Magidson of Tampa and Karen and
Kimberly William-son of Pensacola
returned to their homes "this week
after spending several 'days visit-
ing their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. t. G. Costin, Sr. -


Local electrical Charles Wall
and plumber Everette Beaman vig-
orously protested having to pur-
chase city business licenses at the
regular meeting -of the City Com-
mission Tuesday night. Wall and
Beaman spent the better part of an
hour giving instances of how the
purchase of licenses gave them no
protection or privileges.
Both Wall and Beaman had been
notified to purchase bus iness
licenses, and both men bad pro-
tested.
Chief argument by the pair for
the purchase of the licenses was
the fact that so many men were
allowed to do their type work on
a part-time basis with no licenses,
even to the point that It was about
,to put them out of business. Wall
pointed out several wiring and re-
pair jobs that had been performed
in the city by unlicensed men.
Both men urged that the license
ordinance be strengthened to the
point where it would be of some
protection to those having license.
They pointed out that until this is
done, they can see no reason to
purchase the licenses.
The protest came about from a
letter mailed out by the city last
week informing all business peo-
ple to purchase a license or close
their doors for business.
The Commission recognized the
complaint of the pair and promised
more vigorous policing of the
present ordinance and an over-
hauling of the ordinance before
the new licenses were due in Oc-
tober.
The two also urged that a build-
ing code be adopted to protect
both the tradesmen and the citi-
zens. The Board stated that they
would investigate some way of ef-
fectively creating such a code that
would be workable.
Planning Stopped
The City Commission, acting on
a motion by Tom Coldewey agreed
Tuesday night to release Florida
Engineering Associates from a con-
tract to study the city's water and
sewer facilities and needs. The mo-
tion was made by Coldewey due to
the fact that the City could do no
work along these lines in the near
future and any such plans made
would only have to be updated.
Kilbourn was working on the
plan which was to be paid for by
a Federal grant and repaid the
Government at such time as con-
struction should begin. Max Kil-
bourn, local representative for the
engineering firm stated that they
had done about half the work ori-
ginally desired by the late Mayor


Sikes Blasts High Court Prayer Rule


Rev. Thomas S. Harris Tells Rotary

Club of Need Filled By Service Clubs

Rev. Thomas S. Harris, new pas- stand our fellow citizen and our
tor of the First Methodist Church neighbor't i a a tep n the riight di.


of Port St. Joe spoke to the Rotary
Club Thursday at the club's regu-
lar meeting.
Rev. Harris told the Rotarians
in a humorous talk, what the ser-
vice club means to mankind. Al
though his talk was humorous, Rev
Harris imparted some thought
provoking truths to the Rotarians.
He declared that service clubs
imparted in man, Fellowship, Un
derstanding and Service.
Dr. Harris said that man needs
fellowship with his fellow man and
spends most of his leassure tpine
seeking this fellowship. He said
'that even Jesus and his desciples
sought fellowship with one another.
An understanding of the troubles
of the world by trying to under-


reaction toward better world under
standing.
Every man needs to perform a
service for his fellow man to im-
prove his own peace of mind Dr.
Harris said. In recapping, he said
the civic club provides all these
psychological needs for man and
thereby perform an important func-
tion to mankind.
Guests of the club were Ammon
McClellan of Okeechobee, Kenneth


The following comments made
on the floor of the House of
Representatives by Congressman
Bob Sikes on June 26 won a
standing ovation from House
members. Because of the tremen-
dous public Interest In the Is-
sue raised by the recent Supreme
Court decision on offering pray-
ers In public schools, the full
text of the Congressman's state-
ment is reproduced below.
"Mr. Speaker:
"I am shocked and angered by
what I have seen the Supreme
'Court do to the institution of
Americanism and what they seek
to do to the principles which have
guided this nation through all its
years. This is a nation founded on
spiritual concepts. It Is a nation
which has repeatedly affirmed and


Merritt of Panama City, James reaffirmed its belief in an eternal
Moore, Lamar Moore and John God and its adherence to religious


Simpson were guests of the club.


Advertising Pays- Try It


precepts. Almost everywhere we
turn In virtually every act of Gov-
ernment, there is reference to
Deity. Now the Supreme Court
strikes a deep and serious blow at
this historic concept by ruling 'that
prayer may not Igeally be offered
in 'the public schools. I find it dif-
ficult to choose the adjectives
which properly describe this lat-
est bid for infamy by the nation's
highest court. But, I must say that
if the Supreme Court were openly
in league with the cause of Com-
munism, they could scarcely ad-
vance it more than they are doing
now.
"I note, 'almost with abhorrence,
that in the same breath with
which the Court refuses school
children 'the right to begin their
daily work with prayer, the Court
strikes down a ruling by the Post
Office Department to prevent ob-
scene matter from going through
the mail. I would have expected any
court composed of just and honored
learned men'to rule exactly the op-
posite in both cases. I trust that
Congress will speedily set up the
necessary legislative machinery
whereby an amendment may be
voted by the states which will
specifically, in clear and incontro-
vertible language, enable prayer
to be offered in the schools of the
nation. I am introducing--and I
shall work for the passage of such
legislation-just as I have worked
for years for legislation to curb


the irresponsible and improper per-
formance of this judicial body."

Pictures Are Delayed
By The Holidays

The Star regrets that those
expecting to see certain pictures
in the paper this week will not
see them.
Apparently the News Herald
in Panama City didn't get our
engravings made in time due to
the holiday.
At any rate, we sent the pic-
tures 'in at the usual time to be
made into engravings and failed
to get them back at the usual
time.
But, then, we can't blame them,
we didn't want to work on the
Fourth either.
We'll have them next week.


J. L. Sharit. He said that their
work would be compiled in report
form and turned over to the City
for reference should the matter be
revived in the near future.
In a report from the State Board
of Health last week, the state
agency told the Commission that
the only "urgent" work on these
systems needed at present was the
re-activation of the trickling filter
at the city sewer disposal plant.
The filter was bypassed 'some eight
years ago when surface water in
the sewer lines caused 'too much
bulk for the plant to handle. The
State report said that the plant
was built to .serve 3,500 people and
at present was serving about 3,000.
The Commission and Kilbourna
both agreed this system could be
put back into operation for a small
cost and the Board agreed to go
along with the state's recommenda-
tion.
Must Borrow Money
Mayor Hannon advised the Board
that it must borrow some money
to pay some unforeseen debts that
have come up. The debts are pay-
ments of leins that have been col-
lected, lights for the new softball
field, fence around the Little Boys
Baseball field and a host of smal-
ler Items. Hannon recommended
that the City estbalish a $15,000
"line of credit" with the Florida
National Bank and use as much
of the money as needed to com-
plete the fiscal year. Hannon point-
ed out that at this time last year
the city owed $50,000 to banks.for
operating money and at present
owes nothing
The Board agreed to float the
loan.
Tax Equalization
Attorney Costin notified the
Board that It is time for them to
act as a tax equalization board at
their next meeting. The Board
agreed to meet from 7:00 to 8:00
p.m. on July 17 for this purpose.
Bid 'Received
The Board received a bid from
the St. Joe Hardware Company in
'the amount of $267.25 for materials
to light the tennis court in the city
park. The Board agreed to pur-
chase the materials from St. Joe
Hardware.
The Board also agreed to lease
with an option to buy, two book-
keeping machines from the Nation-
al Cash Register Company at a
rental of $254.00 a month. Seventy
percent of the rental money will
be applied to the purchase price
should they decide to buy the ma-
chines.


iiirs Receive A Musical Welcome From Local Boys
Mexico Beach Visitors Receive A Musical Welcome From Local Boys


Chay Murphy and Karen Butler,
shown in background of photo, received
an unusual welcome to Mexico Beach on
a recent visit. Serenading the guests at
the Governor Motel are the "Exotics" of
Port St. Joe, whom the visitors met pre-
viously while guests at the motel. Band
members, all of Port St. Joe are, pictured
from left: Larry Parker, guitar; George


Boyer, guitar; Nelson Hall, drums. Shown
entering with Karen and Chay is Joe Wha-
ley, also of Port St. Joe. Miss Murphy was
graduated from Shades Valley High School
in Birmingham, Alabama this year and
Miss Butler will graduate from the same
school next year. The two young ladies
were spending the Alabama Educational
Association holidays at the beach.


City Votes To End Water and Sewer

Survey Plans For The Time Being


Busy Bandit Ends Southern



Tour With Capture At Beach


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I HE STAR. Po.-* St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1962 a delightful program booklet for
each 'guest, which contained a very
clever announcement of the forth-
WSG Entertains Mrs. Dave Nicholson coming Nicholson and the games
played .by the guests during the

W ith Combination Shower and Partyn the inin room, a pale pink
cut-work cloth covered the refresh-
The Wesleyan Service Guild of ing their new home in Marianna, mnient table which was daintily corn-
the First Methodist Church enter- where Mr. Nicholson is joining the pleted with baby blue hydrangeas,
tainted Mrs. Dave Nicholson with faculty of Chipola Junior College. white mums, baby angels sliding
a combination stork shower-fare- Mrs. Nicholson was presently serv- down candles, and tiny storks.
well party on Tuesday evening, ing the Guild as Chairman of Spir-, Dainty arrangements of blue by-
June 19, in 'the home of Mrs. Mar- itual Life. jdrangea, white mums and pink
ion Parker. The party rooms were transform- rosebuds were 'used in several set-


Mr. anmd Mrs. Nicholson are mak-


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ed into "Eleanor's Stork Club" with


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THIS IS IT! A sale of practical items you use about the house every day. A spe-


cial purchase makes these special low
complete line of everyday necessities
more enjoyable, also.



Garden Hose
( Half inch by 50 ft. with
brass f ittings.
Special

$2.29


"Sturdi"

Step Ladders

5 ft. $4.29 f

6 ft. $4.99
Top grade stock. Best
construction

16' Extension Ladder $11.88
2 8-foot sections, stele extension hooks,
hickory rungs, steel guide bars.


Utility Stool
.Solid steel construc-
tion. Color yellow.

$2.44



Power Cord
Red vinyl cord, 18-2
25' long. Top quality.

$1.19




Pull Chain
Receptacle
Porcelain, mounts at
any angle. UL and
REA approved.
49c


Rough Brass '/2"

Hose Bibs

72c


11 qt. Bucket
Tough plastic with
steel handle. Yellow
and turquoise.
66c D



Electric
Soldering Gun
Hi-rmact 'thermo plastic.
Full 1.3 aimps. Screw type
tips. Heats in 5 seconds.

$4.44


prices possible. Come by and see our
and items to make your leisure and play


TORCH
TX-10 torch, with pencil
head, brass valve. Perfect
for home, shop or farm.
$4.88

Lark
Wire Brush
14" overall, 3x19 rows of
steel wire. Hardwood
block.
39c


Tuffy
Toilet Seats
A -dependable qual-
ity 'seat. One piece
molded seat. Plastic
covered 'brass hard-
ware. White and -col-
ors.


Caulking Gun $2.77
Half -barrel, rugged steel Plastic 9X12
construction. Positive rat- 'Drop Cloth

99c 35c


Paint Brush


$2.66


ROLLER and TRAY SET
7 Inch Roller
Sturdy metal tray 88C


lust Pan -----------__ 21c


20 Gallon

Garbage Pail
Plastic lock-type -cov-
er,. Color green.
Special

$5.99


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(Formerly Fuller's Supply Co.)


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District WSCS To

Hold Annual

Mission School

The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service of the Alabama-West
Florida Conference will hold their
School of Missions at Huntingdon
College in Montgomery, Alabama,
July 23 through 27.
The theme of the school of mis-
sions will be "0 Send Us Forth".
The following courses ,will be of-
fered: "The Christian Mission on
the Rim of Southeast Asia" taught
by 'Miss Florence Hooper 'of Balti-
more, Md., lecturer, author 'and
feautre 'writer for The World Out-
look. "The 'Church's 'Mission and
Persons of Special Need" taught by
Mrs. Junior F. Ayers of Bradenton,
director of religious education, and
minister. "Prayer' 'taught by Miss
Gene Maxwell of New York, chil-
dren's work of woman's division
and Miss Virginia Thomas, Tupelo,
Miss., Bible teacher and idrector of
religious education. "Today's Chil-
dren f or Tomorrow's World",
taught by Mrs. J. Boyd Tyrell, Ro-
anoak, Va., president of Virginia
conference of Woman's Society.
The Bible hour will -be taught


Jerry Weeks

Completes Training

GREAT LAKES, ILL.-Jerry D.
Weeks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earlie
E. Weeks of Port St. Joe, complet-
ed recruit training recently at the
Naval Training Center, Great
Lakes, Ill.,
The nine-week basic training in-
cludes instruction in such naval
subjects 'as seamanship, ordnance
and gunnery, damage control and
military customs and 'courtesies.
A full-dress parade and review
before -military ,officials and civil-
ian dignitaries marked the end of
the training period.
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Lindsey Thursbay

Ends Boot Training

GREAT LAKES, ILL.-Lindsey
E. Thursday, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Thursday, Sr., of 214
Ninth Street, Port St. Joe, com-
pleted recruit training, June 1, at
the Naval Training Center, Great
Lakes, 111.
The nine-week training includes
instruction in .such 'naval subjects
as seamanship, ordnance and gun-


tings of the party rooms.
A beautiful bassinet done ir
white satin and rufflekd organ'd3
and lace, ladened with gifts, wa
presented Mrs. Nicholson. -
Mrs. Louie Little also received
a gift because the completely sur
prised Mrs. Nicholson, thinking
she was coming to a party in hono
of Mrs. Little, had brought a ver:
original gift for her.
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Guests of Parrotts
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Parrott an
children of Bradenton were thi
gusets of Luther's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Parrott this pas
week.
-----(---
Kiwanis Club Hears
Life Saving Program

Ferrell Allen, Jr., safety director
of the 'St. Joe Paper Company mil
'here in Port St. Joe put on a life
saving demonstration for the Por
St. Joe Kiwanis 'Club Tuesday.
Allen showed the ,club a demon
station film on how to apply ex
eternal heart massage and mouth
to nose artificial respiration.
The method is useful in saving
lives from heart .attacks, ;electrocu
rtion, 'drowning, suffocation, over
dose -of drugs and many other ac
cidental stoppages of heart beat
,and breathing. The 'speaker warn
ed that the application of heart
massage can be dangerous 'to the
victim unless properly applied. To
-demonstrate the method he had a
,specially manufactured doll owned
by the 'SJPC ,for training in ;the
heart 'massage and breath rest'ora
tion practices.
Allen gaid the doll would bte
available in the mill first 'aid office
after August 1 for anyone to prac-
tice the life-saving methods.
Guests 'of the club 'were Pete Fox
and Charles Stev.ens.


Chimes Dedicated to Memory of Late

J. L. Sharit By Methodist Church


By Mrs. Ralph Swatts
So sweet and clear, the bells
ring out from the tower of the
First Methodist Church in: Port
St. Joe, Florida, in loving tribute
'to the memory of Josiah Leonard
Sharit, telling a story of love
and service to Church and Com-
munity. Recently installed 'the
chimes were -dedicated Sunday
morning, June 24, the service
being conducted by Reverend
John Carmichael, who had been
*the ,pastor at the time of Mr.
'Sharit's passing, and who had
only recently 'answered the call
to the LaFayette Street 'Church
in Dothan, Alabama. Presented
by 'the new minister, Dr. T. S.
Harris, Reverend Carmichael
brought a most inspiring mes-
sage, after which h'e led in a
beautiful service of dedication,
in which he was assisted by Jo-
siah Leonard Sharit, Jr. The mu-
.sician who so beautifully sound-
ed the bells was Mrs. Mark Tom-
linson, the Church organist.
Mr. Sharit's was a long life
of service. In the Church he ser-
ved for many years on the Board
of Stewards; as Chairman of the
Church Building Committee; as
delegate to the Conference, and
once as delegate to the South-
eastern Jurisdiction Meeting. He
served for some time as Super-
intendent 'of the 'Church School,


was active in the Men's Fellow-
ship Club -and in other phases
of the church program. Some
years ago the Woman's ,Society
of Christian Service and 'the
Wesleyan Service Guild, having
purchased the altar furniture,
,dedicated to him the beautiful
altar rail.
In business -and civic life, Mr.
Sharit was widely known and
respected, having held many
places of leadership in city,
county and state, including the
senatorship of this District and
the -fact that he servedd many
years 'as mayor 'of the 'city and
was mayor at the time of his
,death, is indicative of the es-
teem in which he was held by
the citizens. His loss will be
-felt for many a year.
No more fitting memorial
could have been selected for
Josiah Leonard Sharit 'than the
chimes which 'he himself 'had
planned to buy for the church,
and as 'they ring out in sweet-
,ness and beauty, may each of us
'feel a more urgent challenge to
'dedication of our own lives to
God 'and to 'humanity.
----- ---
Rodney Spaulding, son of Mrs.
Sue Spaulding of this city, is play-
ing with 'the Cincinnati Symphony
Orchestra this summer. Rodney
plays the trombone.


ONALL GULF TIRES!


e Oak Grove Youths

a Attend Camp
d
e The following young people left
- ,the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church on Monday morning, to
spend a week in 'the Assemblies of
o God Youth Camp in Marianna:
Wanda Odom, Paula Lovett, Linda
Faye Gardner, Sue Odom, Karen
Stripling, Pat Graydon, An i t a
Yates, Barb'ara Young, Elizabeth
You -bIod, .Lindi Callahan, LAlda
Gay, Herbert Gardner, Wilbur
Bitts, Doyle GCass', Philip Ivey,
Jimmy Burns. Hoke Glass drove
the bus. The Rev. Houston Miles,
the Christ Ambassador President
of the West Florida District has
prepared a wonderful program for
the youth of Assemblies -of God.
The Camp Speaker will be the
Rev. M. F. Hankins, of West Tex-
as. The young people from the Oak
Grove Assembly won the Speed
and Light Trophy last year for
Missionary giving, and they are In
the first place this year also.
Kenneth Ellis is the local leader.
The Assemblies -of God Youth 'Camp
is recognized by the National Camp-
ing Commission.


Highland View

WSCS Meets

The Woman's ,Society of Chris-
tian Service of the Highland View
Methodist Church met on Thurs-
'day, June 21, in the church.
The meeting was called 'to order
and opened with prayer by 'the
president, Mrs. Dorothy Burge.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read 'and approved. The trea-
surer's report was given 'and the
pledge cards were given out and
pledges made for the new year.
The program for the evening
'was "Facing the 'Challenge of Mis-
'4ilnis'" wlth 'two MYF members
taking part. The scripture lesson
was 'taken from St. Matthew 28:
18-20.
'Mrs. Ima Jo Marshall dismisse:
the meeting with prayer and re-
freshments were served in the so
cial room of the church.
On Tuesday morning, June 26,
the 'Society held its officers train-
ing .day at 'the church.
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'Local Gas Man Attends
Gas Service Conference

One hundred forty-nine LP-gas
men from all over Florida attend-
ed a five-day LP-gas service con-
ference at the University of Flor-
ida last week. Attending from the
Port St. Joe area was J. J. St. Clair
of the West Florida Gas and Fuel
Company.
The conference provided 'detailed
instruction on installation and
maintenance of LP-gas systems and
LP-gas appliances. The conference,
held June 11-15, was sponsored by
the Florida LP Gas Association and
was conducted under the 'auspices
of the Department of Mechanical
Engineering of the University.


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you will receive a new tire without charge. If the cause is any
other reason, Gulf will repair it without charge or offer you a
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price represented by the unused guaranteed minimum life of
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Port St. Joe, Florida


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Montgomery, Alabama. A full-dress parade and review
Registrations should be -sent in before military officials and civil-
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Uriah, Alabama. the training period.
The Wesleyan Service Guild
School of Missions will be held at
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THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1962
LETTERS TO
To Attend THE EDITOR
Dear Mr. Editor,
apntist *Church Since our law neorcements are
making such an effort in cleaning
DUM, Pastor up uor beaches in this particular
9:45 a.m. area, I think it's high time we the
citizens of this county and year-
11:00 a.m. round residents of the beaches, put
NION ...--....--........ 6:45 p.m. ourselves in high gear and help
............ 8:00 p.m. them. To me the first and fore-
'ednesday) 7:30 p.m. most, is the problem of excessive
speeding. As Isit here writing, I
ue and 16th Street have counted numerous cars and
Centrally Heated trucks pass and the 'biggest imajor-
ity were in a mighty big hurry.
AYS WELCOME Either they can't read our 35 mile
an hour road signs or just don't
care whose life is put in jeapardy,
and I'm inclined to believe it's the
latter. It's absolutely insane the
S way most grown-ups act when they
get behind the wheel of an automo-
)SN bile. It's nothing ot see cars -drag
racing on this strip of highway.
TV REPAIR Last sunday there were three cars
racing side by side. If they just
SI E have 'to race, why -don't they go to
ILE SERVICE GIVE US the race tracks and stop using our
action Is Our Business highway as a drag strip. It's dan-
action Is Our Business g erous enough as it is. There's a
lot of small children on this beach
AT ANY PRICE IN TOWN and it's up to everyone of us to
watch out for them. I want very
$3.00 much for mine to live-how about
you?
S13 7- 39Another problem is vehicles
down on the beach where we go
R or 73911 "to lay in the sun and swim. It's bad
business when you have to stop,
NIGHT look and listen before you can
Stick a toe in the water. There used
) AVENUE to be .signs up and down the beach
Telegraph Office) warning people not to drive there
-what happened to these?
Oh yes, we still have another
problem. Littering!! What if citi-
zens on the beaches decided all of
TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191 a sudden that they wanted to go
Mon. thru Thurs. --- 4:45 p sit on one of your lawns and have
Sun., Fri, Holiday 2:46 p a real old fashioned picnic, or sit


South in front of your house and
drink beer or what have you, and
throw the cans and bottles, etc., in
your front yard? This family does
not drink i nany shape, form or
fashion, but what if we did and
left our debris right on the spot.
I'm afraid we'd be run off with a
shotgun or arrested for defacing
property. Well, this littering is go-
ing on here and it's in our front
yards. I've picked up so many beer
cans and liquor bottles until some-
time I'm ashamed for the garbage
man to, look in the garbage can.
You wouldn't dare leave such a
mess at a public beach-so come
on-the next time you have a party


how about cleaning up your mess.
Mr. Editor, I don't mean to hurt
anyone's feelings, but "the bit dog
always does the yipping". I'm all
for having a good time, and I love
to see people enjoying themselves,
but I detest .seeing our area made
into a junk pile. A person would
only have 'to put themselves in
our place for a second and they'd
understand our situation.
Here and now the Golden Rule
needs to be applied. "Do unto oth-
ers as you would have them do un-
to you".
It 'takes only a few thoughtless
and inconsiderate people to ruin
the pleasure of all.
MRS. A. 0. BOYETT
.St. Joe Beach

F. W. Paradise
Gets Promotion
,HAMILTON AFB, CALIF.-Felix
W. Paradise, Jr., of Sacaramento,
Calif., has been promoted to air-
man first class in the United States
Air Force.
Airman Paradise, who entered
the service in Deceember 1960, is
assigned to the 78th Field Mainten-
ance Squadron here.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Paradise, 3736 Turner Drive, North
Highlands, Calif., he is a graduate
of Sacramento Senior High School.
He is married to the former Velva
J. Coker of 229 Third .Street, Port
St. Joe.
Guests from Texas
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sealey and
sons, Jimmy and Billy of Groves,
Texas, were the recent house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sealey,
Scr., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crea-
mer.


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THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1962


All Non-Farm Social Security Reports

On Earnings Are Due During July


The Social Security reports on
the earnings of all non-farm work
ers are due during July for the Ap-
ril, May and June calendar quarter'
John V. Carey, District Manager of
the Panama City Social Security
Office reminded this week. Con
plete and accurate reports cannot
he made unless employers have re-
corded each worker's correct name
and Social Security 'account num-
ber from the worker's card.
Employers should make sure now
that they do have the necessary
information, Carey added. Any
worker who has not .presented his
or her Social Security card 'should
be requested to do so immediately
so that the information will be
available before the end of July.
All workers regardless of age must
,be reported for Social Security pur-
poses-the only exception concerns
children who are employed by their
parents, such a child is not to be
reported until age 21. Aged people
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All workers in a non-farm busi-
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they only work -part time or for a
few days, Carey continued. House-
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or 'more in cash wages in the three
month calendar quarter must also
be reported. Farm workers who are
paid $150.00 or more in cash wages
in a calendar year or who work on
some part of 20 different days on
a time basis in a calendar year
must be reported by farm employ-
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closed calendar year).
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reports of their earnings are made
so that their earnings may be cre-
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needed Social Security cards. If
the worker does not live in a city
which has a Social Security office,
the proper application blank may
be obtained at the nearest Post
Office. The Social Security Office
for this area is located at 1135 Har-
rison Avenue, Panama City, Tele-
phone PO 3-5331.
Individuals who continue to be
employed or self-employed after
qualifying for a Social Security re-
tirement benefit may be eligible
to have their benefits refigured, ac-
cording to John V. Carey, District
Manager of the Panama City Social
Security Office. Any such individ-
ual who earns more than $1200 in
a year may ask for a recomputa-
tiou of the benefit.
In addition, individuals who qual-
ified .for Social Security checks be-
fore September 1954 may 'ask for
a recomputation if they have worK-
ed about a year and one-half since
they qualified, Carey added. The
'act that an individual has a right
to fil efor a recomputation does not
necessarily mean that the Social


Security benefit will be increased.
However, Social Security Laxes
must be paid on all employment or
self-employment even though the.
additional earnings might not in-
crease the benefit. Generally, an
individual's benefit will be increas-
ed if his earnings after entitlement
were more than they had been be-
fore he filed his claim.
The Social Security benefit is not
refigured automatically. Inidvid-
uals who have continued to work
must -ask for a recomputation. If
you feel that you qualify under ei-
ther of the two provisions above,
you should contact your nearest
Social Security office and bring
evidence of your 'earnings for 1961.
If you are a salaried person, you
should bring an exact copy of your
1961 self-employment tax return
with proof of the tax payment.
The Social Security Office for
,this area is located at 1135 Harir-
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Bernard E. Wil on, senior sales
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Howell as district manager at
Crawfordville effective August 1.
Howell is being transferred to
Apopka as district manager, effec-
tive August 15.


BERNARD WILSON


Very active In local civic affairs,
Wilson was recently honored by
the Apalachicola Chamber of Com-
merce for his outstanding civic
work. Last year, he served as presi-
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LD:.'n Club and the Masonic Lodge.
H,. h,.s served -as 'Crawfordville dis-
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11r and Mrs. J. W. Sealey, Jr.,
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v.-iting last week with Mr. Sea-
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Low With 92,000 Reported for May
TALLAHASSEE-Florida unem- 1961, Brown said. But the overall
ployment at 92,800 in May dropped monthly drop from April 'was only
to its lowest point In two years. 18,600 as the state's economy began
State Industrial Commission its move out of the winter season.


,Chairman A. Worley Brown 'said
that was the lowest monthly unem-
ployment figure in Florida since
May, 1960 when the total was 77,-
500.
It was 30,600 'under *the 123,400
total of May, 1961. The unemploy-
ment rate this May was 4.6 per
cent compared to 6.1 per cent in
May a year ago.
Nonfarm 'employment in May re-
mained at a high level compared
to May, 1961.
*Brown .said, at 1,382,400, it was
62,500 above a year ago.
Reasons for the continued good
employment situation in M a y,
Brown said, were -improve edcono-
mic conditions generally, a good
tourist season, and a heavy exodus
of out-of-state jobseekers. The
'number in that broup in May fell
25 per cent from April.
Every industrial category in May
was up considerably from May,


Contract construction showed a
seasonal .surge. At 109,300 it was
1,100 above April and 4,100 'above
May, 1961.
Manufacturing, at 223,200, was
11,800 baove a yea rago; transpor-
tation-communications-public -utili-
ties, at 101,400, was up 600; trade,
at 384,200, wa sup 19,100; finance-
insurance-real 'estate, at 87,400, up
1,400; and services, at 229,500, up
6,900.

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to offer my thanks to the
people of Port 'St. Joe for the flow-
ers, cards 'and visits made while
I was in the hospital. I wish to of-
fer special thanks ito those who do-
nated blood and to Dr. Joe Hendrix
and the hospital nursing staff.
,MRS. RUBY SHARIT

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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.
Will give you built-in range and
oven. 105 Bellamy Circle. Phone
229-2321, Dr. Williams.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2
baibs, built-in kitchen, disposer,
dishwasher, hardwood floors, fully
insulated, central heat, air condi-
tioned. Carport and living space,
1240 sq. ft. Corner lot 125'x92'. 2104
Palm Blvd. Call W. L. Winters, ph.
229-2521. tfc-5-24
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at St.
Joe Beach. Carport and storage,
Phone James Traweek, 648-3196.
FOR SALE: 26' Chris-Craft Express
cruiser. Sleeps 4. In excellent
condition. Phone 648-3175. tfc-6-7
C RF SALE: 2 bedroom house on
115x75 ft. lot. Back yard completely
e closed with chain link fence.
H-lenty of shade and located in a
well established neighborhood. See
Forrell Allen, Jr. at 129 Hunter
Circle. tfc-5-31
FOR RENT: Apartments in Oak
Grove. Phone 227-8025. tfc-3-1


Drive-In Window Service WANTED TO RENT: High quality
unfurnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath
Beach by family with 2 boys in col-
ssife Alege and youngest a Junior in High
Classified Ads School. Will pay better than aver.
age rent. Call 227-2441 or 648-3371.

FOR RENT: House trailer, com- WANTED AT ONCE: Man with car
pletely furnished. Located at for Rawleigh business in Gulf
White City. Phone 229-1145 or in- Co. Buy on time. Write immediate-
quire at Rich's Super Mkt. tfc-2-25 ly to Rawleigh FAG-100-301, Mem-
phis, Tenn. 3tp-7-5
FOR RENT: One bedroom house,
furnished. One two bedroom Su- SERVICES OFFERED
p]ex unfurnished. 2-bedroom beach I will do part or full-time book-
cottage. Smith's Pharmacy. Phone keeping in my home or at your
227-511-1. place of business. Experienced
1_____ in a" types of book work. Typ-
FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished ing work done neatly and correct.
apartment. 1505 Mon. Ave. Phone R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229-
227-7421. tfc-6-21 1716.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301 EPTIC TANKS rumpled out. Call
Woodward Ave. FHA approved. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
Low down payment. Phone 227- w'ick expert service. tfe
3751. tfc-6-28 SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
FOR SALE: '54 Ford. Good tires. 0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Motor needs work. Want $75. Call Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. In American
The Star 227-3161. Legion Hall. Ail members urg.d to
attend.
FOR SALE: 2-year-old 'home, 2 'bed- Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
rooms, 1 bath, paneled Florida Secretary: J. C. Martin.
room, fenced yard, nice neighbor-
hood for children. Take over VA WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
loan. 1909 Cypress Ave. Phone 229- THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
2601, Chet Baker. 2tp ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
FOR SALE: 14' runabout with 40 Home.
horse motor with controls. Rea-
sonable offer. Phone 227-4823. 2tp ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph. St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
G48-4128, J. A. Mira. further information or write P. O.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1314 Box 535. te
Marvin Ave. Purchaser to as- MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe-
sume VA mortgage. See Cecil Cos- other planning to move across
tin, Jr. town or across the nation, you may
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home at be sure that your most priceless
White City. Lot 95x100. Good belongings are in experienced and
deep well. Only 2 yrs. old. Call 227- capable hands. We represent May-
7701. Patricia Ann Redd. tfc-6-21 flower, nationwide movers. Call as
for f r ee estimates. SURPLUS
FOR SALE: Burgess Creek fish SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Monument




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R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing companions welcome.
Everett McFarland, High Priest
Edgar Smith, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Pirt SL Joe Lodge
No 111, F. & A. M. every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec
All Master Masons cordially invited
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the City Tax
Assessment Roll for the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, for the tax year 1962, will
be submitted to the Tax Equalizing Board
for approval on the 17th day July, 1962, at
the City Hall at 7:00 P.M., EST. All per-
sons desiring to have corrections made in
such roll, whether in the listing, valuation
of property or otherwise, are requested to
file with the undersigned on or before ths
17th day of July, 1962, their petition sett-
ing forth. their objections to such assess-
mnent and the corrections which they desire
to have made.
Witness my hand and the official seal
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida this
4th day of July, 1962.
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk 2t
as Ex-Officio Tax Assessor 7-5
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed proposals in triplicate will be re-
ceived by the Owner, the Gulf County Board
of Public Instruction, in the Office of the
Superintendent, Wewahitchka, Florida, un-
til 10:00 A.M.C .S.T., August 7, 1962, for
the construction of: addition to Washington
High School, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Each proposal must be accompanied by
a certified check, or an acceptable bid
bond, to the Gulf County Board of Public
Instruction, in the amount of 5% of the
base bid, and said certificate check or bid
bond is to be returned within 16 days if
proposal is not accepted, or if contract
agreement is executed, and guarantee bond
is accepted. All certified checks will be
returned within 15 days of tihe' dat- oi
receiving bids. Cashiers checks will, not be
accepted. It is the option of the Board of
Public Instruction to retain the certificld
checks or bid bonds of the four lowest
bidders for a period of 15 days. Out-of.state
contractors will have the bid bond counter-
signed by an authorized agent within ihc
State of Florida. Proposal shall be in a
sealed envelope and addressed as follows:
Chairman, Gulf County Board of 'lblic
Instruction, Wewahitchka, Florida, and


marked clearly to the project it refers.
Plans, specifications and contract docu-
ments may be inspected at the offices of
the Owner or the Architect, and General
Contractors may procure one (1) set from
the Architect; Forrest R. Coxen AIA, Ar-
chitect, Suite 218 Avant Building, Tallahas-
see, Florida, upon deposit of thirty (80)
dollars, which will be refunded in full to
all General Contractors upon return of the
plans and specifications within ten (10)
days after bids are opened. Contractors
who request plans, but who do not submit
bids, will be charged actual cost of produc-
tion.
If the General Contractors, Subcontrac-
tors or Material Dealers require additional
sets, they may be procured by paying for
the actual cost of printing and handling.
On this basis, a deposit of thirty (30) dol-
lars will be required, and the difference
between this amount and the amount re-
quired for printing and handling will be re-
funded upon return of plans and specifica-
tions complete within ten (10) days after
bids are opened. Workman's compensation,
public liability, fire and tornado insurance
will be required. One hundred per cent
(100%) performance and one hundred per
cent (100%) payment of labor and material
bonds are required. The Owner reserves the
right to reject any or all proposals and
waive technicalities. No bidder may with-
draw his bid for a period of fifteen (16)
days after date set for opening thereof.
Gulf County Board of Public
Instruction, Owner 4t
Forrest R. Coxen AIA, Architect
4t-7-5


RENT
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By popular demand we are
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Wheel YAZOO Lawn Mower.
St.Joe Auto Parts
Phone 227-2611 and 227-2621
311 Williams Ave.



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
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Oak Grove Assembly of God Church

CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 p.m.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p'.m.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ---.........-. 7:30 p.m.


'When raising children we teach
them traffic safety rules, and to
take prompt care of cuts and
scratches. Your dentist and doc-
tor provide extra safety when
you have regular check-opl, if
you should receive a prescrip*
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Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Free Parking


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1962


Veteran's Service Officer
Due Here Next Friday

Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.
Weant 'will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their .dependents In fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service In-
cludes assistance to employers of
veterans under the GI Bill, Voca-
tional Training, Subsistence or
other problems.
During his visit in this area
Weant may be contacted at the
Port St. Joe City Hall from 8:00 to
9:00 a.m. Friday, July 13.

H. L. Taylor Wrecks
Auto, 'Escapes Injury

Harvey Lee Taylor of Woodward
Avenue turned his 1960 sedan over
twice on the industrial road near
the 'Michigan Chemical Company
'site early Thursday morning ac-
cording to Ken Murphy, Florida
Highway Patrol trooper, stationed
in Port St. Joe.
According to Murphy, Taylo-
was traveling East on the road at
about 50 miles per hour. He loat
control of his car and left 'the road
on the left. As the car came back
on the paving it turned over twice.
Neither Taylor nor Donald Brake,
a passenger in the car, were in-
jured.
The car was totally destroyed.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of John Philip Lov-
ett wish ito express their apprecia-
tion to friends, neighbors, Dr. Joe
Hendrix and Father Paul Hogarty
for kindness 'shown in the recent
'death of Philip. Also for the many
cards 'and floral offerings.
ELLA LOVETT
PATTY and EVA LOVETT
BART and MARTHA WOODALL



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

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

"Come and Worship God Wikh Us"


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister


Church School 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30
Methodist Youth Fellowship --------.... 6:30
Evening Worship 8:00


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Published Every Thursday At 306 WIllams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
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Highland View Methodist Church

REV. ROBERT LEEDS, Pastor

Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Worship Service 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 8:00 P.M.
MOi-Week Prayer (Wednesday) ..-....-.... 8:00 P.M.
Everyone Is Cordially Welcome To Attend Our Services


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