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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: August 9, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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THE STAR

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


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchantal


.TWi Y-PIFTH YEAR



1TAOIi SIRDLU
W3 L." EY, R. RAMSEY

f! si-tappear -that we are o
*O6egi tithe subject of exce
six res-or 'm&ybe just tax
in ='l-'what with an editor
on tb.uiet- of federal taxes
this jae sand now a; column to di
cttas *anad .county taxes.
SBti4 l.en one ..has to pay out
v*Aljf c -money virtually eve:
,ioptbh.fr some cause or other, ]
n a gets "tax consciencee"
WVh1 ak1W think the.hike in cou
ty Liproposed .by the heads
the-ikfy departments is too hig
S e'wif-.avy the county hoard t
-oemlzg 'p 'with a realist
-dg which the tax payers ca
. llva-withi.
Neither would we envy the boa:
ii ".as Individuals, the ji
of jacking up the tax assessor
co ,e up .with a'-realistic valuati(
of l propertyy in.:Gulf County
or ei-ito provide the funds nece
~,; to provide the necessary s-
vi isiaMsize at .the county no
otffWi- y the .bare minimum
seri ys, and until a realistic val
action ls carried out'to spread t
taK 4d, we are afraid it will 4
way.s provide' only a minimum
seearicps
,Bu-t .tJat's another editorial'
colum n..
Lkt'' look for a minute at tl
dl.s _asked 'for in this year's bu
g4cb*ining up.
tfsat; let's take 'the General Fui
ItfMf 'which If passed as request'
wff be hlked by. some $23,700.
'Of this .amount, the mosquito co
1t&'has asked for an increase
$ 0D-OO. We have discussed tl
ibat.'" since the 'budget was asike
tfo.-ie .month of July. The <
're6 p as asked 'for more -moan
't o'.d. some specific permanent
difehing and control work. We 'thil
it. ld ,be a ,good idea if Emme
iiA i would ,make public ju
A*& 'w ork he wants -to do, and let
aq!tha results ,will justify th
eita ezpena at this time. Ifi ft w
ws-alouia-.provide the money.
-_.:tbthen comes the Civil Defens
asIdug.for $7,930.00 more than laI
yearr_ a total of $12,930.00. Th
Is. a beap of money, any way yo

AMt:' iresent time 'Civil Defen
i L pieces of equipment th
we W 'of setting at the corn
QCo tith 'St. -and Reid Ave., an
hi'-t'ib-een moved in weeks. Ca
we.afford. this luxury?
They -have a number of pieces
,motorized equipment, sitting gi
'th'ering dust and rust. Wouldn't
---'(Continued On Page 4)



Father of Local



William D. Buzzett, age 83, pro:
Ieent.Ap, lachicola pharmacist, idi,
la lnday n igbt In a Panama 'Ci
Iho ji[al. He was the father of
G.7- uamett, operator of Buzzet
Drug Store here in Port St. Joe.
EM.Bnzett was the second 'o
esf preitclng pharmacist in t
state, htVing been actively engag.
in -b._arnmacy until' the time of 1
illifbI about four-months ago. ]
elebrated his golden .anniversa
in"h1i g Ibusidhess in 1955, whi
everfw-as commemorated by t
sta_ Mslature. He was active
.pf 'and .in politics a
the Apalachicola Ci
Omt sion several years ago.
I~ew member of the Flori
Parfinacenttcal Asan'., Apalachlci
Ohamor ofLCoimmerce, St. Patric]
Catoic~ Church, Knighta of Oolu
'bus and 'the Holy Name Society,
eleutei Mass was said Wedo
day=gLS a.m. at St. Patrick's Ca
ollc ..( iurc~h In Apalachicola, w
'the Rev. Father John Colreyy o:
elating. .Burfal .was in Magno
Cmei!ery, with the Knights of 4
lumbuaas pallbearers.
Suryt aig In addition to B.
Bazzett, are one daughter, M
CherJ iseayeg of Panama Ci:
our'iBr sons,.John J. and Bi
Bu"zzet, 1oth of Apalachicola a
Mai4..f.. Buzzett of El Paso, T<
and arrQl.Buzzett of Atlanta; <
etej 'ter, Margaret 'Eberly


Inmdi ,b(Is; .three sisters, M
Margaij Buzzett and Mrs. W.
- ryf, ith of Apalachicola and 1M
H. :i.turminan of Houston, Te
15 grdchildren and one gr
-- 114~.


S0%Wfro.AUGUST 1962 NUMBER 49


PORT ST. JOE, FLOUIDA


City Commission


To


Begin Work n Budget


August 21 Meeting Set To Make

Plans for 1963 Fiscal Expenditures


'The City Commission made plans
Tuesday night 'at their regular
meeting to 'begin shaping up a 'bud-
get for the 1963 fiscal year at their
next meeting date, Tuesday, Au-
gust 21. City Auditor and 'Clerk
J. B. Williams is now in the pro-
cess of drafting a proposed budget
to 'be presented to the Board for
study on that date.
No hint has ,been arrived at as
yet; as to the size of the new bud-
get
Morris Company Billed
The City presented the iS. E. Mor-
ris Company 'a bill recently for
the cost of water meters installed
on Cypress and Juniper Streets in
the amount of $1,000.70. When the
bill was first issued some months
ago, the Company stated that they
were in the opinion that the meters


MEN CATCH MAN-EATER IN

ST. JOSEPH BAY LAST WEEK


One five-foot, 30-pound barra-
cuda fish (left) was caught by
Clyde White (right) and his com-
pan-ions Keith Ward and Grady
Player last week in St. Joseph
Bay after a mighty struggle.
Clyde caught and wrestled the
fish and Player, not knowing
what kind of fish it was,, caught
it in the gills and drug it aboard.
The barracuda likes men muc.
better- than sharks do.
Port St. Joe commercial fish-


E. M. Montgomery Dies

at After Lengthy Illness
er
nd Edward William Montgomery,
an age 77, passed away Sunday morn-
ing in a Tallahassee Hospital af-
of ter a lingering illness.
a-- He is survived by one son,
it George E. Montgomery of Anchor-
age, Alaska; four daughters, Mrs.
T. 0. Newton, Ft. Pierce; Mrs. W.
I. Bookman, Colorado Springs,
Colorado; Mrs. J. W. Veloski, Chilli-
ootathe, Ohio; Mrs. Tommy Martin,


erman Gene Raffield looked the
fish over and opined that It was
"some good eating". Raffield
went on to pun that it would be
a case of a man eating a man
eating fish.
Clyde, IKeith and Grady hung
the fish up 'in .the St. Joe Ice
,Company cooler and go by and
pester Gene Abrams and Blake
Thomason-every day to let them
"just take another peek".
S' .-iSr Photo


Last Rites Held for
Billy Fred Parrish

Funeral services were held for
Billy Fred, Parrish, age 26, at 10:00
a.m., Friday, August 3, at the First
Methodist Church. Officiating were
Dr. T. S. Harirs, pastor and Rev.
Warren L. Lindsey, pastor of the
First Methodist Church of Marian-
na. Organ music was furnished by
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson.


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Monticello; two 'brothers, Tom and Serving as active palUbearers tran
George Montgomery, both of Port were: Marion Parker, Gene Powell, of
St. Joe; two ,sisters, Mrs. Byrd Par- Don Symon, James Tully, .Charles clas
'ker of Wewahitchka and Mrs. Doris Booth, Jr., John E. Montgomery, ied
Childs of Panama City; 16 grand- iJr., Charles Mohr, and William H. 28.
children -and one great grandchild. Brown. Honorary pallbearers were iste:
Funeral services were held -at Andy Elofson, Don Peery, Jimmy schc
11:00 a.m Wednesday morning Koikas, Bill Carr, B. A. Collier, P
from the Oak Grove Assembly of Donald Ramsey, Timothy Elder, sevw
God 'Church with 'the Rev. Charles Jimmy Harrison, Ferrell Allen, Jr., Eler
H. Harthern conducting. James Bray, Billy Gaillard, Marion Ele
Interment was in Magnolia Ceme- Craig, Hildreth Dunlap, Bobby Me- con
tery in Apalachicola. Knight, W. 'C. Roche, Harry Mc-
Active pallbearers were: J. T. Knight, Rex Addison, R. D. Prows, par.
Campbell, Glenn Knight, L. W. Cox, Jr., Henry Campbell, Dick Lamber- Par
C. B. Spears, Harry Brewton and son, Jimmy Yadon,, Joel Strait, 'C. Par
B. W. Wilder. W. Long, W. W. Barrier, Ashley B
Comforter Funeral Home of Port Costin, Bert Munn and Bob Ellzey. Par
St. Joe was in charge of arrange- Mr. Parrish passed away July 31 St.
ments. at Emory University Hospital in FloI
4( Atlanta. He is survived by his wife, was
Etta Kathryn, one son, Jeffrey, his Boo
Mayor Hannon Signs Cemetery with Comforter Funeral T
To Seek Re-Election Home in charge 'of arrangements. foll.

Mayor Frank Hannon has PLAN TO RAISE PINE TREES
qualified for re-election to that
post in the September City elec-
tions, according to City Auditorf
and Clerk, Jack B. Williams.


no opposition for his post. u lf T im
The other posts up for filling In
the September elections 'are the
Commission seats held by Tom The Rotary Club found out frr
S. Coldewey and John Robert the "horse's mouth" Thursday
Smith. Coldewey became the first their regular meeting, just wi
to qualify on August 1, with no .the Gulf Timberlands plans to,
opposition as yet. No candidates with their 150,000 acres of land
have qualified yet in the Group northwest Gulf County.
now held by John Robert Smith. Rumors have been rife as
In talking with Smith yesterday, what was in the making for
he stated that he was undecided area.
as yet whether or not to seek Don Burkhalter of Ruston, Loa
re-election. iana, manager for the T. L. Jam
Deadline for candidates to Company of that city and one
qualify is Monday, August 27 at the partners in Gulf Timberlai
5:00 p.m. told the Rotarians that the ce


ulf County

schools Will

pen Aug. 29

ulf County schools will official-
pen for the 1962-63 -school year
Wednesday, August' 29.
11 the county teachers will re-
t to their respective schools on
Inesday, August 15. for a two
k period' of planning and pre-
Ltion for the opening day 'for
ls.
>rt St. Joe High School has a
complement of teachers and
start the school year by having
station and classes on the
t day.
igh school pupils will follow
schedule:
uses will run at about the same
edule as last school year.
1igh school pupils will assemble
he gymnasium 'at 8:30 a.m. for
neroom assignments.
unch will be served in the
bhroom starting at 11:45.
hte school day will end at 3:48

registration for transfer pupils
become quite a lengthy pro-
S. 'So it is requested that all
tsfer pupils report to the office
the principal and register for
sses some time during the per-
of August 16 through August
Transfer 'pupils will not be reg-
red on 'the opening day of
ool (August 29).
pupils who are entering the
anth 'garde from Highland View
mentary School and Port St. Joe
mentary School are not to be
sidered as transfer pupils.

ents, Mr. and 'Mrs. George W.
rish and a brother, George W.
rish, Jr., alln of Port St. Joe.
orn and reared in this city, Mr.
rish was a graduate of the Port
Joe High School in 1954, and of
rida .State University in 1959. He
employed by Symon, Tully and
'th of Tallahassee.
he service at the church was
owed by interment at Holly Hill


were paid for. The Morris Com-
pany had bought water and sewer
pipe for that area and the City had
installed ;the lines.
Water Department superinten-
dent G. L. Scott had told the City
at 'a previous meeting that the
City of Port ;St. Joe had purchased
the meters 'and it was the practice
of the ,City to bill homes for instal-
lation and the price 'of the meters.
Morris still wasn't satisfied with
the bill and asked for an itemized
statement 'to :back up the charge.
Auditor Williams 'said he had re-
cords of the charges and items and
could 'furnish Morris with the in-
formation he wanted. Mayor Han-
non and 'the Board requested that
Williams render 'the information.
Truck Sold
The- 'City sold its -old tank truck
formerly used by the Volunteer
Fire Department, Tuesday night, to
the highest bidder. Johnson, House
Movers purchased the truck for
the 'high bild of $230.00.
Frank Betton 'again appeared be-
fore the City Commission ,asking
for permission to move a house in-
to the Battles Street area. Since
'the residents of this area are de-
siring to up-grade the locality, the
Commission requested Betton to
furnish them plans for renovation
and. improvement to the house af-
ter it is moved before giving their
permission to move it into the
JCity.,
Betton stated -that he had par-
chased one of the Watter houses
from the old Kenney's Mill area
and wanted to move it to the Bat-
tle Street location and fix it up.


Last Rites Are Held For Garland F.

Lawrence From St. James Church


Football Players Will
Meet Next Wednesday

There 'will be a meeting of all
prospective football players for the
Port iSt. Joe High School football
team at 5:00 ip.m. Tuesday, August,
14. This meeting will be at the High
School Gymnasium.
The purpose of this meeting is
to issue light football gear and to
assign locks and ckers. Parental
consent forms will be given out at
this time also. A player must re-
turn this form before he will be al-
lowed to practice.
Fall football practice will begin
at 5:30 p.m. August 15. Approxi-
mately 40 boys are expected to re-
port for the initial practice.

Lions Benefit Ball

Game Tomorrow

Tomorrow is the night.
Tomorrow night 'at 7:30 p.m. the
Port St. Joe Lions Club will meet
the Panama City Lions Club In' a
benefit softball game at Centennial
Field. All proceeds from the game
will be used by the Port S.t Joe
Club to carry out their public ser-
vice projects in Port :St. Joe.
The local Lions will prove hard
to 'beat and are sure to provide a
:thrilling gaLm*, as Ithey recently
(were runners up in 'a district soft-
'ball tournament held in P'aa.ma
City. The local club lost out in the
final game of the tournament, try-


ing for the district championship. ments.


Garland F. Lawrence, age 55,
passed away Friday morning, Au-
gust 3 following a heart attack.
Lawrence had been confined to the
hospital for three weeks from a
previous attack when his fatal sei-
zure occurred.
Lawrence had been manager of
the Costin's Department Store in
Port St. Joe or 'the past 15 year.
He was an active member of the
Retail Merchant's Division of the
Chamber 'of Commerce, a past di-
rector of the Chamber of Com-
merce and a member of the St.
James Episcopal Church as well as
many civic functions.
Lawrence is survived by his wife
Frances and a son, Raymond of
Port St. Joe, one daughter, Mrs.
Margaret Price of Newark, Ohio
and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sat-
urday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. from
the St. James Episcopal Church
conducted by Rev. Harry L. Balb-
bitt. Interment was in Holly Hill
Cemetery.
Active 'pallbearers include Johba
Blount, W. C. Roche, Jack Ham-
mock, Tom Alsobrook, Fead Eth-
eridge and Jesse Stone.
Honorary pallbearers were 'Cecil
G. Costin, Sr., Bill Carr, Ashley
Gostin, Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Tom
Owens, Ralph .Rich,. Will I: 'Ram-.
sey, Herbert Brown, Robbie Cos-
tin, Phillip Chatham, Rodney
Spaulding and Jimmy Costin.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge: of arrauge-


Bank Opens Its New Drive-In Window Service Monday
Grover Holland, assistant cash- drawn into the window by the ator inside the cage.
'ler at the Florida National Bank operator, Mrs. Myrtle Odum and Entrance to 'the windows I
shows how the new drive-in win- a receipt returned in the same from the rear of the parking Ic
dows work at the Bank, In the manner, with depositors driving nort
picture above. The deposit drawer can be alongside the bank building whe


Grover is dropping a deposit
'into the drawer which will be


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fn


they reach the drive lane beside
the building.


iberland Co. Reveals Plans


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at
hat
do
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to
the

uis-
esa
of
ids
am-


pany planned to use the land for a
puIlPwod farm, and are now work-
ing totibady the land for that op-
eration.
Burkhalter said that his company
has been busy since they purchas-
ed the land in January of 1961 to
build access roads, and do certain
draining preparatory to utilizing
the land as a tree farm. The com-
pany is now in the process of cut-
ting all of the long leaf pine on the
property, stumping and burning off
the underbrush.


They will replant the property in
slash pine which grows faster than
the longleaf. The company has per-
fected a way to plant pines from
seed instead of the laborous seed-
ling planting method and will use
the new method in restoring the
slash pine to the land.
Burkhalter said that with their
new seed planting -methods, up to
30 acres per day can be planted by
one planting crew as opposed to
about 10 acres per day using seed-
lings.


Burkhalter publicly thanked the
St. Joe Paper Company for utiliz-
ing the slash pine they cut from
the property. He said ordinraily a
paper company would not take such
an influx of wood at one time due
to prior commitments, tbut that the
SJPC had helped them out in get-
fing rid of the pulp cut.
Guests of the club were Gene
Austin of Apalachicola, Herb Gretz
of Avon Park, Dave Gaskin of We-
wa'hitchka and T. S. Coldewey of
Port St. Joe.


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THE STAR, Port t. Joe, Florida


Camp's Drug Store


WILL CLOSE AT


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fa2 Noon




Saturday, August 11
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WE WILL OPEN


Morning


-Aug'ust 1-3, at our usual time


' ... We humbly beg your indulgence in this closed period

of our store. Your generous patronage is deeply appreciat-


ed. We will continually strive to serve you to the best of'
our ability


Your-"Country Druggist"


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(Photo by Lynart Studio)

Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Tillman of Port St. Joe announce
the engagement and approaching marriage of their daugh-
-.ter, Mildred Armetta, to David Ray Musselwhite, son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite also of this city. The
bride-elect is a graduate of Port St. Joe High School and
the groom will be a student at Mississippi State. University
this fall.' The .wedding' will be an event f _Saturdayi. Sep-..
tember 1, at 7:30 p.m.min the Long Avenue.Paptist.Church.
No invitations are being sent but all friefdn: atid reltiv.es
of the couple are invited to attend.

Barbecue Supper Honors All Past

Noble Grands of Melody Rebecca L-odge


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service


Now Being Offered by Florida National Bank At Port St. Joe


DRIVE-IN BANKING :.


MV V -'
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Convenient

Quick

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Designed to

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All regular banking services can be rendered at our convenient DRIVE-IN

WINDOWS. You need never leave your automobile if you don't want to. This is just -.


another effort on the part of FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at PORT ST. JOE to serve your

financial needs better.

9:00 AM. to 4:00 P.M. Each Monday Through Thursday -- 9:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. on Fridays.


Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe


Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation


Member: Florida National Group of Banks


., BySMRS. .A. S CHASON
Tu,'l.,,' vning,. August 6, at
6:0,8,i,4n.h- iat n....n o the: Robert
H. s hoPlewas., the. scene of
a chicken (barbecue feting 33 mem-
be-s..and -ig.uests-of--t.he- Melody Re-
,e-,:.4.LJ Ivgn, -,'n:,ri;g al l past No-
l .iA Grilnds ot the Lodge....
As th ..past Nble.- Grands of the
Melody.Rebeeca Lodge, No. 22 were
honored, Mrs. Jessie Owens plan-
nAd. and steered' the lovely occa-
,finon, :honoring-.ll 'past.. Noble
SGrands of 'the. Port -iSt. Joe Lodge
irn order as they served:. Eliza Law-
son,/Mary Forehand, Mary Weeks,
* GGladys.- -Boyer, 'Flora Long, Viola
SWalteis -.Flaraselle Connell, Allene
; Hightower, Luci.Williams, Addie
SGoodson, Lois Daniell and the pres-
Sent beloved Nob le Grand, Jessie
,Owen's.
: The Melody Rebecca and Odd
Fellow Lodges were organized in
-Port St. Joe, August 25, 1948 by
Mr.' and Mrs. W. C. Forehand.
.There 'are 41 members of tthe lo-
cal Lodge.
J.Th'e' lovely .outdoor party was
made. more enjoyable as the hus-
b bandsf were in' attendance. Each
'Noble Grand was, presented a gift
b'y ithe mem'bet who ,brought her to
"the -party. I't'was a complete sur-
'prise' to" the ladies who were guests
"of honor." Eachl lady told her in-
vited'"'guest' a 'different story to get
.'her to the' party.
Everyone.,knew on -arrival what
,they w.'re really. going ,to. do to the
ibar.beeued .chicken, cold slaw, bak-
,d. 'bans, relish pickles,.. cakes and
tea, tbeing.. prepared there on the
lawn. -.
It was one of those affairs one
nev.er'foWrgets-. .. the fellowship,
''t'n.g-ifts; ,'t o'd'' and6'the .gracious
hospitality of Robert and Rina
Tynes. Some 25 members and hus-
bands were in attendance.
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Calling Reception Will Welcome Rev.

Joel McGraw and.Family T Cit; .

pS FrI'A calling A u e 1-. fdfgiTen
Reception Honors Fria.y en- us-t' for te
Rev. Joel S.. McGraw-anid family,
Former Minister rently apntedastor of .
Fome Mi IIG Pentecostal Holiness sClach oa
Garrison Avenue.It.1r.wUL,'bi spon-
A re,-eption, honoring Rev. and scored by, the W.koHary.
Mr-.; Ga. dner Underhill and their The hour.s.of 7-4ot-9-hae/v.4been set


idug'hter, Donna, was .given by the
o-u'n 0 of :St. James Episcopal
Church at the home of Mr. and
Mi R. H. McIntosh Thursday af-
t.r[oon. August 2, between 5: 00

Rev. Underhill was former PristI"
In Ch.br,?e at the St. James Church
he-e in Port St. Joe and was in t .
Fort Si. Joe for a visit. The Un- ..
d&-rhi i, are now residing in V1ir-.i I
gin:.ni.
.........
Yi:urie ladiess serving tea, coffee
Rand cookies to the guests were
Mi-ses Barbara Weeks, Pat Gris-
w.ald and Brenda Ward.

Returns Home
Bill Hendrix has returned home ,for ca1:lls an1 th a ote Ja l-will be
after spending two weeks with his 'held a t.She sonagiA ~At st.
,randftaher in Frisco City, Ala. e Mrs. Bemicia G'osU seWiuan'a
ArixiliarynReesiden64ehdiLWcor-
diahlinvitation t-ila ine~bete and
Visitor From Georgia .' friend s to.caalLandl ie 0 .. o and
Wayne Williams of Warner Rob- MTS4.;McGrawam and son e3 .
ins, Ga.. is visiting this week with The 'Ral..MeGrawr aumu~pas
Ray R'amsey. t. al.d-uties her in, id o.
Return To School -. ARD-:OF TMA '
Rodney iSpaulding will return to ..Wqe wish ,to.thank -all -c our
),Cincinnati, Ohio next week where friends'.. andt uilghbose,'ior very
.he willresume his studies. expresso. ou :S ip&tb,. ower,
cards and fbod sent_ teojAtering
To Attend Graduation -or.time;oft-so.ow ai t th4h ath of
Mr. 'and Mrs. H. A. Campbell will our son Rickie. I
attend the graduation of. their Special. thanks .to Rev..and Mrs.
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and. O: MNPater R;v..Ira Ba -ones,
Mrs. Carl Guilford from the Uni- Rev. Ruben Davis. ~.~ij rera
versity of Florida Saturday 'night.. "ia:d mforter:.FYfi .jI. e for
Guilford will receive his4sdegreelin .their exel'leutservieiw -
pharmacy.. and Mrs. Guilford will '. h f amiiyy ."e
receive a degree in ,educa i. -'. RICKI!E-THkORN.TN


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Mr.. and Mrs. Charlie Aubrey
Clements, 881 Parker Avenue, High-
land View announce the birth of a
son, Kenneth Wayne on August 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie J. Godwin, Jr.,
of Mexico Beach announce the birth
of a son, William Paul on August 4.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


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~f HtiTA4,'Poe6t.- Joe, liorld' THURSDAY, AUGUST 9,


SF6ridi Highway Patrol Concentrating
On "Following Too Close" Violation


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
Mr. Wesley R. Ramsey
Editor of The Star
port St. be, Florida
Dear Sir:
Sor eme time, the wirter has
been4rked because of the commer-
e.Mism, especiallyy relative to our
r eligitos'holid ays seemingly taking
Christiout of Christmas, etc.
Noj;&t' Iwriter sees fit to "'blow
.the t'6p"1,.'The writer recalls when
in stibllo schools, the first thing
I:n ,fe morning was chapel, the
prayit e'l the pledge of allegiance
to o0l. flag.
Without God, we poor mortals
are-.-iothing as individuals or as
A utlon.
I wouldU seem far too many of
'te, h ive been asking of 'God and
not doing enough for God, so let
-Us hlp God and not a few men
who phrport to sit in judgment on
the bench in the so-called Supreme
Court.
Very truly yours,
Mrar W. P. Shannon
Box 916
i' port 'St. Joe, Florida
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M -W". C. Robinson
HIi-iS To White City VFD
't; 'White City Volunteer Fire
Department Auxiliary met August
1 at the home of Mrs. W. C. Robin-
son.'. .1 ...
After the short business meeting,
Selcilous-refreshments were enjoy-
ed by everyone .present. .
' %je next meeting will .be held at
the home of Mrs. Rudolph Shirah
at ,00: a.m.' iAugust 15. All mem-
bers -are urged 'to attend.


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By Sgt. DICK DOYLE
Florida Highway Patrol
The Florida Highway Patrol
number one enemy this week is the
following taoo closely violation
which last year was responsible
for 23,000 driver violations in Flor-
ida.
Statewide concentration is di-
rected towards these "bumper
thumpers". Rear end crashes are
the easiest of accidents to prevent
and are the direct result of drivers
following another vehicle so close-
ly they can't stop or dodge in time.
Following too closely is forbidden
by law and each driver must con-
sider his speed and the condition
of the highway.
This one violation contributes to
more accidents in Florida than any
other violation. A good recommend-
ed yardstick is one car length for
each ten miles of your speed dur-
ign, clear 'weather, between you and
the car in front.
A traffic collision is occurring in
Florida every four and a half -min-
utes with someone being injured
every 15 minutes. Following too
closely collisions can 'be 'avoided
if more drivers would make driving
a full time job and keep their -eyes
on -the car behind -as well as in
front of them. Anticipation of the
other driver can 'eliminate many
traffic difficulties.
. The car 'to watch is the car be-
hind the car in front 'of you.
The rapid rise in,Florida traffic
deaths can be reduced by leaving
living room 'between you car 'and
others. The safety and welfare of
the motoring public is not only the


responsibility of th.e Florida High-
way Patrol and local enforcement
agencies but is .each and every dri-
ver's responsibility.
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CALL FOR BIDS
PROJECT NO. 66-7-62-1
Bids 'of qualified contractors will
be received until 10:00 a.m. August
16, 1962 at which time they will he
opened and read aloud. Award will
be made to the lowest qualified
bidder if it appears to be in 'the
best interest of the owner, FLOR-
IDA GULF DEVELOPMENT
CORP. Bid will be opened at the
office of the 'engineers, FLORIDA
ENGINEERS ASSOCIATES, INC.,
400 East Third Street, Port St. Joe,
Firoida. The -owner reserves the
right to reject any or all bids and
to enter into direct negotiation
with qualified persons or -firms for
the performance of the work on
any basis that appears practical
and will ;expedite the completion
of the project.
Bids opened August 16, 1962, at
10:00 A.M.
Quantity estimates: 11.85 acres
clearing 'and grubbing; 10.16 acres
clearing only; 32,868 cubic yards
excavation.
BOOST PORT ST. JOEl


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


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With the Purchase of 1 Pkg.
Snax Potato Chips
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Stewing Beef

BRISKET


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Pkg.


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FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE

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MISS. BRAND

SLICED BACON 49c


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Strawberries


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Turnips 93c C


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Fresh Ripe

Tomatoes

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GRAPES

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Week in and week out, millions of prescrip-
tflns are being filled for Americans by their phar-
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lengthen life and help keep our citizenry healthy.
Drive-In Window At Rear of Our Store
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Two Parking uacea Reserved for our Prescription Customers
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From Washington, D. C.


ob Sikes Reports...


I have noted the recommenda-
tions by the Board of Control that
a new four-year state university be
constructed in the Pensacola area
by 1970. Presumably, this would
mean 'a delay in' several years be-
fore the start of construction. I
disgaree. There is a need for a four-
year university at Pensacola now.
The very fine Pensacola Junior Col-
lege should be expanded without
4


It takes a lot of
things to keep a
Family going


You can insure
the future for, those
Syou love


Gulf
Gu fllf,
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Ibife
& nsrwa ne C o1 4O E .i-


delay into a four-year institution.
While we wait in Northwest Flor-
ida, the already overcrowded facill-
ties at other major state institu-
tions continue to be further over-
taxed. I have consistently felt that
our principal state universities al-
ready are too large and that a dis-
service is done to the institution
and to the students by further ex-
panding the student enrollment.
The rapid growth of the Western
counties of Florida and the special-
ization required by industry and
military installations should leave
no doubt that the need is present
and the time for action on ,a four-
year institution is now.
The prospect of a substantial
British settlement within the Eglin
Reservation has provoked consid-
erable interest. Actually, the 'deci-
sion to train British personnel in
the use of the Sky.bolt Missile was
announced about a year ago, and
some British personnel have been
located at Eglin since -May. Delays
in reaching .final agreement on de-
tails' have kept the project from
'becoming an actuality. But a few
days ago a contract for construct-
ing trailer camp facilities for the
British personnel was awarded by
.the Air Force to 'Nelson Davis of
Fort Walton Beach. Presumably,
the training operation will get un-
derway within a few months. In
-my 'talks with representatives of
the British Crown, I stressed 'the
advantage of having the British
personnel live in the various cities
which make up the *Eglin commun-
ity and participate in community
life. However ,the British prefer
to have their own little colony ~nd
in this Ithe Air Force concurred.
Some 300 RAF personnel will be
engaged in the tests, and these to-
gether with their families will ,ap-
proximate an additional 1,000 peo-
ple 'to the Eglin area.
After a two-months delay in
settling questions about procedure,
the House and !Senate are working
to dispose of the backlog of an
propriation bills which are a neces-
sary part of every session. -Concern
has been felt in Florida voer the
fate o f funds for impacted school
areas. Final approval of fEunds for
school operation and school build-
in-g construction under this program
should be forthcoming well ahead
of the start of the school year and
no reductions are ,anticipated.
Two items of particular interest


PROVIDE

THE
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THEY

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



SuIFt BORDEN'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 I

DAIRY OP6y
"Gulf County's Only Producing Dairy"
Phone 639-4383 Wewahltchka, Florida


of Representatives in passing an before bids are taken for the brick THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
equal 'pay :act which specified that and mortar work which will get the
women in jobs 'would receive equal project actually underway. The i-m-
pay for -equal work. These are seen
as a strong boost for equal rights portant thing is that $6 million in
and equal pay in the industrial and funds have been set aside for inl-, Highland View Mei
professional world as well' as in tial construction and that prepara-
government. tions for work are in progress. REV. ROBERT LE
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to women figured in the headlinaues Those who are interested in em-
last week. First, a directive on jobs ployment or in contracts with the
issued 'by President Kennedy to new Bendix Satellite Tracking Fa-
heads of departments and agencies cility will have to exercise a little
said "that hereafter aippointmetns more patience. The Bendix officials
and promotions shall 'be made with- 'advise me that this is a complex
out regard to sex." Closely follow- operation which requires careful
ing this was action Iby the House planning and that it will be Fall


THURSDAY, AUGUST *1981



tthodist Chrc i
EDS, Pastor


7 things to tell your son whe he



first borrows the family car


Don't take other drivers for granted.
They sometimes do unexpected things.
In the U.S. in 1960, they ran into station-
ary objects more than 150,000 times.
So don't be too optimistic. Cars backing
out of parking spaces do 'sometimes back
out blindly. Cars coming from the other
direction might swing into your lane-es-
pecially on hills and curves.
Your best protection is to drive defen-
sively. The only driver you can really be
sure of is yourself.
2 If the car won't start, there are a num-
,ber of simple things worth trying. Use
the starter in short bursts. Press accelerator
to the floor once, then hold it there while
you try starter.
With manual shift, keep clutch pedal
all the way down. With automatic trans-
mission, jiggle lever to make sure it's in
neutral.
Note from Shell: We recently published
an advertisement with 7 simple starting
tips. For a free copy, write to the Shell Oil
Company, PO. Box272, NewYork46, N.Y.
3 Courtesy is contagious-and adds to
everyone's driving pleasure and safety.
Nobody ever cured a traffic jam by losing
his temper. If you can keep your sense of
humor and wait your turn, everyone will
probably get where he's going sooner. In-
cluding you.
Another suggestion: It takes only sec-
onds toilet someone enter the roadway
ahead of you, but it can save the other
driver minutes. Just remember to signal
the car behind that you're slowing down or
about to stop.
Cars respond to good care. Have the
oil, battery and water checked every
time you stop for gasoline.
When you're driving, listen for unusual
mechanical sounds. If you hear one, have
it checked right away. It could save a big
repair bill later on.
On rough roads, take it easy-tires are
tough, but they are destructible.
Note: For a free copy of Shell's 12-page
booklet, "44 ways to make your car last
longer," write to the Shell Oil Company,
P 0. Box 272, New York 46, N. Y.


a\an) a ':,ung man hr r bi', omrrS\\ the ta n-uv r t':ir a summer dance. Un tibi page, your
local Shell dealers offer some driving tips that can be useful to him all his' life.


5 Remember what you learned to get
your driver's license, and you'll be a
better driver. Eight out of ten car accidents
stem from improper driving practices-
such as speeding, failing to yield right-of-
way and following other cars too closely.
Truck drivers and other professionals
have very few of these accidents-mile for
mile, about one-quarter as many as other
drivers. The professionals know the rules
of good driving-and obey them.
6 If you're going to be late, call home.
IAnd if car trouble is the reason, call
the nearest service station, too.
Park off the traffic lanes and wait in the
car until help arrives-with the hood up to
show you're disabled. Making repairs close
to a busy road can be dangerous.
Note from Shell: Over 12,000 of our
dealers go to special training schools each
year. There, they learn how to spot trouble
in a hurry. A Shell dealer can be helpful
to you in almost any emergency,
7 Have a good time. So far, almost
everything you've heard about cars
has to do with safety.
Now you're about to find out what a


pleasure they can be. Here are the keys.
Just take your responsibilities in stride.
And have fun.
Comforting fact for parents: Drivers
with less than three months' experience ac-
count for very few serious accidents. That's -
a good sign that most new drivers do take
their responsibilities seriously. So ou yoca
relax.


Drive in where you see this sign-
for Super Shell, the gasoline with
9 ingredients for top performance


In Port St. Joe Your Shell Oil Dealer Is



PATE'S SHELL SERVICE CENTER


224-25 MONUMENT AVENUE

FIRESTONE 1

Tires and Tubes


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


TELEPHONE 229-1291


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7 Worship Service 1 :401b
Evening Worship S;0 .P
Mid-Week Prayer (Wednesday) .......... 8:00 P M.
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THEI 8TAR Port St. Joe, Flortld THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1962 telephone, nor is sparkle the re- r t Drive
election of sunlight. Ivory has noth- Recruiting Drive
S ing to do with an 'elephant. i

ToO Late To Classify Salemin,t anhisoric city USAF Launches
.;__ -,- = --.-..-. y .burning of witches, it is all over
the map today. The Wizard we Local T. S. Air Force Recruiting
S RUILL KAY watched and bewildered,. used to identify with the fabulous Sergeant R. E. Williams announced
--- The gentle dove is no longer a Landof Oz or King Arthur's Cout tnmlaunched a new drive for volun-
j the Madison Avenue boys bird in the mind of the modern is now a a trcioa e teers in Port St. Joe and Gulf
doot stop stealing the old .meaning- toddler. -It is a soap. Cheer isn't el is no longer a precious stone, ty.eers in Porite th fact that the
faPVwerydy :words and adapting something you do when the flag it is a Product for yourkitchen.fiscal year that ended on June 30
h to t promotion of this or goes bp, ridiculous, anybody -knows Don't look on the beach tor a shell, fiscal year that ended on June 30
th to romoton of thiup it is d ge, r idiculous, anybody kn't some- just watch for a sign on the high- was one of the most successful re-
roday fiy a ke up inds is a detergent. feit isn't some- magazine, y.Dixi is no longer a song or cruiting years in memory for the
son day andters at the minds thing ou live, it is a maglook a aegon, its a drinking cup. Paris Air Force, more men are s.ill
o&r younipters are becoming be and Time is something you look se ci a eeded.
isn't a gay and colorful city, it's a needed.
Sor on the newsstand. arter Now we are ,able to orbit the
a-g oThe gentle breeze is now ac Pride no owner goeth before a earth, enjoy intercontinental TV
"- aged and you purchase it at your fall, you sprinkle it on a rag when programs 'and many other scientif-
S E T supermarket. Tide has nothing to you dust the furniture. An Owl Ic achievements. This means that
A do with the rise and fall of the isn't a wise old bird, he is a cigar. scientific opportunities .b e c o me
L w A restless seas. Dash is no longer a Ask little Willie 'to define an Es- even broader for -the young men
Lwn Mower speedy movement or even a punc- kimo and he'll tell you it is a pie. of today. Especially if he happens
Ltuation mark, it is a product alleg- My Sin the preachers keep talking to be on, one of the world's 'greatest
now renting the famous Big edp recommended by every wash- about is a delightful and costly per- scientific teams-the U. S. Air
Wheel YAZOO Lawn Mower. ing machine manufacturer. fume. Am amFassdaor isn't a diplo- r'c00.
St. Joe Auto Parts Raid is not a police action, it is mat, it's a motor car, and a diplo- The sergeant also stated, "The
St. Joe Auto Pa6s a bug killer. You don't look in the mat, if you must know is a hotel Air Force realizes that in order to
Phone 22721 and 227-2621 sky for a comet you find it on your in Miami Beach. stay abreast of these new advances
11 W1l1.tle Ave. grocer's shelf. Dial isn't something Hark, hark the Lark, it purrs like trained men will be the key for
'use in ,onectlo with your future successful operations." With
,. e ,,-, you se -n cto w your a .kitten and the Cat's Paw your this in mind the Air Force has
Smitten displays is really a rubber stepped up its training programs
PROPOSED BUDGET FOR GULF Cid NTY, FLORIDA heel. Mercury no longer flies Ely- in electronics and other supporting
YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 1962 sian fields on winged hotels, it -fields.
(In the reproduction of the budget for 1962-63, the figures for the swishes by in a cloud of udst. A "In its current recruiting drive,
budget year now ending Is given In the left hand column of figures Dodge is something you better the Air Force is primarily looking
for comparison purposes-Ed.) dodge if you don't want to get for 'high school graduates in the
S GENERAL FUND knocked for a loop. A gulf isn't a 17 to 27 year age .bracket, however,
ESTIMATED EXPENSES: 1962-63 1962-63 body of water, it's 'a gasoline and non-high school graduates may al-
County Oommtsseiners Salary & Travel' .i- 13,500.00 13,500.00 Pennsylvania isn't a soverign state; so qualify. Immediate enllsmtent
Clerk & Deputies Salaries 8,600.00 8,500.00 it's a motor oil. upon qualifying is currently in ef-
Superisor Registration Salary 2,700.000 .00 0.00 'Zest isn't 'an agreeable flavor, at fect through August and possibly
Admilstrative Slaries 3,300.00 3.300.00 last not according to the man on during Septemnber" the sergeant
General Court Codts 500.00 700.00 TV. The lancer may still ride his said. This means no waiting for as-
Tax Assessor Commissions 10,000.00 11,000.00 .m led 'steed but he' no longer ex- stgnments.
Tax Collector Commissions 10,000.00 11,000.00 periences the Joy of searching for For further information contact
nqiiest 0 00.00 300.00 game with his sharp taloned Fal- Sergeant Williams at the Port St.
Travel and, per diem 1,502.00 1,502.00 con, although its present day Joe Post Office each second and
Court House. Maintenance & operations ..- 9,730.00 11,980.00 name sake may provide 'equal de- fourth Wednesday of each month
Elections and RegIstrations- 3,665.00 3,665.00 light. at 3:00 p.m. or visit him at the
Legal Advertising and expenses 1,500.100 2,700.00 Words, just words, tangled, twist- Panama City office located in Room
Administrative Supplies-County Commissioners 6,300.00 4,300.00 ed and mixed up, but isnat the 206 of the Post Office. Or you may
Administrative Supplies--other officials .. 3,995.00 3,895.00 world? call Panama City POplar 3-1301.
Juvenile Court Sallries and expenses ------ 1,200.00 1,200.00 4
License Clerk tor County Judg'e 1,200.00 -
Circuit ud.e Sala.a 2,114.00 2,114.00o Say Saw it In T S
SB. Hospitals 1,800.00 2,80.00 Say You Saw In The Sta -
Mothers Pensions 500.00 700.00
Inasaty cases 300.00 300.00I
Welfare 6,000.00 7,000.0 Hi0
Cou Service offer 2,087. Highland View Methodist Church
Civil Defense 5,000.00 12,930.00
Mosquito Control-Gounty funds 27,000.00 35,500.00 REV. ROBERT LEEDS, Pastor
Mosquito Control---tate funds 23,370.00 24,94f:00
Agriculture Progra 5,300.00 5,306.00 Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
State Forest .Service Programs. 10,971.00 11,005.00 Worhip Service 1100 A.M.
Publiteity 1,000.00 500.00 orship Service 11:00 AM.
rnure and Fixtures ... 3,400.00 2,600.00 Evening Worship 8:00 P.M.
Race Track funds t. School Board 2,000.06 2,000.00 Mid-Week Prayer (Wednesday) ..........8:00 P.M.
Race Track funds to Municipalities 10,254,00 10,264.00
HistoricalCommission 500.00 Everyone Is Cordially Welcome To Attend Our Services
TOtfAL APPROPRI-TIONS 178,898.00 201,441.00
Reeerve for contengdnces 8,945.00 10,072.00
Reaerte for cash balance --- 13,000.00 13,000.00 *


TOTAL BUDGET


FiPNE & FORFEITURE FU


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ESTIMATED EXPENSES:
Prosecuting Attorneys Salary
Circuit Court Costs
County Judge's Salary
Conviction Fees
Witness & Jurors Fees
insolvent & Miscellaneous Court Work ----
Office Supplieas
Furniture & Fixtures i
Sheriff's Salary
Deputies & Assistants Salaries
Expenses other than Salaries (Sheriff) ... -----
Investigatiohs
Equipment (.Sheriff)
TOTAL,'A PPROPRLATIONS
Reserve for contingencies (Sheriff)
Reserve for contingencies (County)
Reserve.for cash 'balan e
TOTAL BUDGET .1
.iROAD and BRIDGE FUND
ESTIMATED EXPENSES:
Supervisor's Salary
Free Labior
Maintenance and Operation Garage ..... -
Maintehanee of Equip*ient
Gas Othd Oils ....... -
Supplies
Road, Bridge and Culverts.
Rih'tst of Way
Insurance
New Equ iment
Cities
TOTAL APItOPRIATIONS
Reserve for contingencies
Reserve for cash balance


TOTAL BUDGET


HEALTH CENTER I & S


200,843.00 224,513.00
D
4,000.00 4,000.00
700.00 700.00
7,900.00 7,900.00
200.00 200.00
600.00 600.00
600.00 600.00
750.00 750.00
750.00 750.00
9,000.00 9,000.00
an auu.UJ el&Aft A n


20,600.00
20,400.00
250.00
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250.00 _.


6,000.00 6,000.00
71,750.00 71,750.00
5,000.00 5,000.00
775.00 775.00
6,694.00 2,715.00
83,219.00 80,240.00

5,500.00 5,500.00
55,000.00 66,368.00
750.00 1,950.00
15,000.00 28,000.00
8,000.00 9,000.00
5,000.00 7,000.00 -
15,000.00 41,000.00 f
4,00.0.00 7,000.00
1,200.00 1,300.00
15,000.00 -
8,000.00 10,000.00
132,450.00 177,118.00
5,298.00 8,856.00
3,000.00 3,000.00
140,748.00 188,974.00


Pay Interest 750.00
Retire certificates 10,000.00
Transfer 3,500.00
TOTAL BUDGET 14,250.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE FUND
Reserve for contingel ,' 60,370.81
Liquid investmnnts 10,000.00
TOTAL BUDGj 70,370.81
ST. JOSEPH'S FIRE CONTROL
Commission to Tax Assessor 51.00
Commissions tozfrax Collector 51.00
Pay over to PEirs Departments 1,498.00
TOTAL BUDGE 1,600.00


12,050.00
12,050.00
70,370.81

70,370.81 m


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1,49!
1,604


TOTAL OF ALIBUDGETS 511,030.81 577,74'
NOTE: The fore oing- proposed budget was considered 'by the Bo
of County.Zommission.ers on July 31, 1962, but no official act
was taken ThL Commission will consider 'adopting this sbu<
h-t the metieng'of August 14. 1962 as the tentative budget for
necal,yekirbeglnning October 1, 1962. If this budget is appro
s. the tentative budget, a -public hearing will be advertised


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Wednesday) __ 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship 1 1:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
'Rev. Joel S. McGraw, Pastor
Comfortably AIr-Conditioned


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


Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Condtoened Centrally HNted

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, DMD., 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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Ground Beef 3 lbs. $1.39
Southern Star Boneless Cooked

Canned Ham 5 lb. $3.99


50 Extra
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With this coupon & purchase of
Three 46-oz. Cans A&P
Orange Juice $1.00
Coupon good thru Sat., Aug. 12 ,
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J50 Extra
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Insect Repellant 98c |
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Corn Meal 5 lb. 51c
Heinz Tomato
KETCHUP 20 oz. 39c
Heinz.
CHILI SAUCE 39c
Heinz Worcestershire
SAUCE 35c
Heinz Salad
VINEGAR 12 oz. 25c
Pine iScent
LESTOIL pts. 37c


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Sausage 1 lb. 65c
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11/2-oz. bot. lotion shampoo
White Rain bot. 35
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Capt. Kitt Tuna
CAT FOOD 2 for 25c
Northern
TISSUE roll 10c
Soot Reg.
TOWELS 2 for 43c
Streitman Cookies
Choc. Fudge lb. 39c


Nabisco Graham-Lb. Box
Crackers 3 boxes $1.00


510 Fifth Street
Prices in this advertiseme
through Sunday, Aug


T SRIF BAPTIST CHURCH


Corner Third Ut. and Ma ll Avea 0. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 aMm.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .. 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ....... 7:30 p.m.
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Tomatoes 19c
SEEDLESS IB.
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lb. 49c
lb. 79c
lb. 59c
3 bs. $1.29
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WATERMAID -- 2 Lb. Package
RICE 33c


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9, 10, 11, 1962 BARBECUE -- 18 Oz. Jar
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA SAUCE
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So(ij~crity Payments Available
Fqo [j andft Women At Age 62


-Party-Pretty Pie


MWgegAa- this area 'who are
undif a~,~aTe filed Social Se-
curity claiims;ohn V. -Carey, Dis-
trlct;r-ey~FaB f t he Panama City
Social., JeWtt Office,. said this
wee,.. .ja ,d Social Security
benefits E t at ge 62. were
made Tff-&l~-g beginning August
1961 -7l t1y- IErm k es.I /
87'c ore .1ifl by mein un-
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1 1961, through June 30, 1962, Ca-
rey noted. In addition, 367 claims
were filed by dependents--wives,
minor children, and th like, on the
Social Security records of the men
under age 65. Throughout the sev-
en county area .served by the Pan-
ama City District Office, 1245
claims were filed as a result of hte
change which lowered the age to


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BXIMUM



MILEAGE
.\; .a! t' -... ,. .
in the race by mniy ol companies to produce more
Power in their gasolines, STAnDatD Onm has never lost
Iht .of the mWeage factr. This is one of the reasons
y, STANDAD 0a -,olilnB are first in sales in this
arercar+ftyear y .... N you want to get maximum
mile,g die in and let us ffll your tank with the
SThaNARD gasoline that best fits your car's needs.


Marvin's Stapdurd Service Station
113 M nument Ave. Port St. Joe, Florida


REFRESHING! That's the best way to describe this party-pie
-it's refreshingly different, and refreshingly simple to make
with lime flavor gelatin and melon balls. Try putting it in a
Coconut Pie Shell for a delightful change make the shell by
mixing %/ cup of melted butter with 2 cups of packaged grated
coconut. Press mixture evenly into pie pan and bake at 300 F.
(slow oven) about 30 minutes. Delicious!
EMERALD MELON PIE
1 regular size package (3 ounces) IA teaspoon almond extract
Jell-O Lime Gelatin 2 cups small honeydew
t cup boiling water I- melon balls
8 to 12 large ice cubes 1 baked 9-inch pie shell
Dissolve lime flavor gelatin completely in boiling water.
Add ice cubes and stir constantly 2 to 3 minutes, or until gelatin
starts to thicken. Remove unmelted ice. Add almond extract and
let stand 2 to 3. minutes.. Then .add-melon balls. Stir. Pour into
pie shell Chill until set, about 3 hours. Garnish with whipped
cream or prepared dessert topping mix. if you wish.


62 for men.
Actually, there -are many more
men who are age 62, but under age,
65, who would find it ,to their ad-
vantage to accept reduced benefits
at age 62 or under age 65. Gener-
ally, such a man will be ahea4 for,
15 years by accepting the reduced.
benefit as soon as possible, if his
'earnings are low or if he is em-
ployed on a part-time, basis ozy.
Farm workers, many self-esiloyed
farmers, self-employed farm shase-,
croppers, operators of small busi-
nesses, part-time workers,. andMM.
who are unemployed, 'are, in 'the
,group who should file a claim for
the reduced benefits.
Working women have been eligi-
ble for reduced benefits at age 62
since November 1956. While many
working women have filed claims
for reduced benefits, there 'are
many who haven't who could quall-
fy. Such women include domestic
workers in private homes, those
who work patr time, and those who
worked in the past but are no lon-
ger employed.
eod "the w To A PM-e"


Vet Service Officer
To Re Here August 17
Veterans of Gulf0 0outy who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
g 4dance 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 prob-
lems. This free service includes as-
sistance to employers at Oreterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, tSuibsistenee or other problems.
During. his. visit, in this area,'
Weant may be contacted at, the
County, ;,Servce ,Officer's office- in
a.m. on day, Agst. .


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Even the most persnickety luxury-
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more :than a Jet-smpoth Chevrolet
(like that Impala Sport Coupe at the
top). Yet it's all yours for a Ckevrolet
prie.JAnd you know how low At is.)
JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET


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Here's the best thing that's happened
to make money go further since
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It's got all kinds of room. And comes
in 11 models, too-like the Nova 2-
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Want a roomy family car and a sporty
driver's car for one low price? The
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See the Tet-smooth Chevrolet, Chevy II and Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer'.

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MThe BIrand That tTENDERLAND"
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SWIFT PROTEIN Tender and Flavor Rich BEEF!

ALL MEAT BEEF LB. FRESH GROUND LB.


Stew 651 Chuck59c


TENDER FOR BROILING


No. 7 STEAK 59c

ROUND LB. SMOKED LINK 3 LBS.


Steak 79c Sausage $1

Lay's Twin Pack Reg. POTATO BAG Our Best Slab-Whole or Half Slab LB.


Chips 49c Bacon 39c


NO STAMPS AT RICH'S!

MORE FOR YOUR MONEY

CASH SAVINGS AS YOU GO!

Snowdrift-With Food Order Sunnyland Brand-No. 303
SHORTENING 3 lb. 4 0 TOMATOES canl C
MAXWELL HOUSE LB. CAN With $2.00 Meat Order 5 LB. BAG

COFFEE 59c Sugar 39c

Regular or Super 9 Bama Large Mouth
K 0 T E X box Z2 C MAYONNAISE qt. 49C

Coke, Pepsi, R.C., Canada Dr 4A Quaker's Best
CAN DRINKS can I UC FLOUR 5 Ibs. 39c

Supreme Big Scoop Little Reb
Ice Milk /2 gal. 39C DOG FOOD 5 cans 29c

Newport Filter (with tax) $019 FLORIDA GRADE 'A' LARGE
CIGARETTES ctn. FREE! EGGS FREE!
Large Box NABISCO ^WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE

Vanilla Wafers J Juicy Yellow
SWEET LEMONS doz. 19IC
POTATOES lb. 10c CRISP CELERY
POTATOES lb. CELLO CARROTS
Tasty Vine Ripened CELLO CARROTS
TOMATOES lb. 19C CELLO RADISHES .1
Fresh Tender GARLIC box 5c
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PATIO FARMING IS LATEST FASHION,

IT ALSO KEEPS YOU OUT OF THE SUN


By HERVEY SHARPE
Florida Agricultural Extension
Service
Patio farming is the latest fash-
ion.
So take this tip if you are hunt-
ing for -an excuse to stay out of
the sweat-drenching sun.
Setting a slow gait is. the secret
for this type of fashionable farm-
ing. By near-zero activity you can
keep cool.
When the temperature rises, re-
lax onr the shady side of the patio.
A hammock is essential for this
activity, because most gardeners
do their best planning when reclin-
ing.
If your conscience finds you hard
pressed for thinking material, then
write your county agent for sever-
al publications .on ornamentals.
This requires little effort, as the
mail man may deliver the pamph-
lets to the patio while making a
short cut across your lot.
If a situation becomes acute and
requires work, then perform the


...because your Doctor and Pharmacist
are colleagues in guarding your family's
good health. They work together to
alleviate pain and suffering.
Your prescription often represents the
results of years of work, research, train-
ing and experience. That's why we con-
sider it a privilege to serve on your
health team in our community.



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


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Our Selections (
Are at Their J
Peak! The Price I
Can't Be Beat! 2 2


BRAND NEW FABRICS:

* Lustrosa 0 Embroidered Schiffli 0 Zibolene All Wool
Peerless Tweed 0 Fiberene Plaids All Wool Checks
* Dimple Cloth Cashmere Type Suede 0 Laminated Crepes

THE SEASON'S SMARTEST STYLES:
* Chin-Chin Collars 0 Cowl Collars 0 Puritan Collars
* Push-Up Sleeves 0 Single and Double Breasted Flange-'-,
Front e Yoke Fronts Center Pleats 0 Swing Backs
* Ballerina Backs 0 Tucked Backs Pleated Backs
* Sun Burst Backs 0 3 and 4-Button Closings 0 Interlined
* Pile Lined 0 Tempo-Resisto Lined

COMPLETE SIZE RANGE:


9 Polite 5 to 11
* Women's 8 to 18


0 Juniors 5 to 15
0 Half Sizes 14V2 to 24Va
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chore on the windward side of an
electric fan that's blowing across,
a cake of ice.
Some gardeners are not adept at
loafing. So when every .means of
procrastination fails, then think of
methods of brightening up the pa-
tio. One suggestion is to try flow-
ers in portable pots.
Colorful flowers suggested for
the outdoor living room include
ccokscomb, geraniums, petunias,
marigolds and bachelor -buttons.
Later this fall you can get in the
gridiron mood with chrysanthe-
mums.
What to plant isn't important.
The main goal is to out-do the
neighbors in selecting unique con-
tainers for the flowers.
Homes with Early American mo-
tif can follow the same decor in
the patio. This ,gives a wide range
of containers. A three-legged iron
kettle with a 'broken lip is a prize
possession, -especially if you can
dream up an authentic-sounding
tale about the little's initial use.


BULOVA WATCHES
ELGIN WATCHES
FOSTORIA
HAVILAND CHINA
ROYAL DOULTON CHINA


INTERNATIONAL SILVER
GORHAM SILVER
LUNT SILVER
SPODE CHINA
BUXTON


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Brass cuspidors are fine for
small plants. An old wooden well
bucket with a rotting rope 'still tied
to .'the bail is another suggestion.
A bread tray-out of which tons
of biscuits were made--will make
an ideal flower .container if you
can locate one. The same is true
for 'a well worn crock-type churn or
a giasnt-size syrup kettle.
The modern-type home can se-
lect from an assortment of metal,
plastic and wooden containers at
the local garden suppl store.
Regardless of .the container, it
must come up to certain standards
to 'keep the plants happy. These
standards include:
It must hold enough soil for the
size of the plant.
It must have good drainage so
'the plant won't "drown" during a
rainy spell.
It 'should have a wide base so
that it won't tip over in the wind.
The"container- must resist rust
or rot, because moisture will be
present constantly.
A wooden liner is good in 'a me-
tal container, because metal gets
very hot in the sun.
A large interesting shaped boul-
der that is a cast-off 'of 'a road
building project can be made the
center of attraction in the center
of a patio. Some "rocks" that were


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ANOTHER EXCITING GROUP
OF W0OMN'S LUXURY COATS
* La Riba e Tc:'.ze Twill with Raccoon Collars Mounton Collars
and Cuffs Laminatej Craep with Raccoon Collar Wool and Alpaca
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THE STAIR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1962


Carl Guilford To Receive Degree From UF


GAINESVILLE-Some 524 candi-
dates for degrees from the Univer-
sity of Florida will receive diplo-
mas at summer commencement ex-
ercises August 11 at 8:00 p.m. in
the Florida Gymnasium.
Degrees will' be granted to ap-
proximately 250 undergraduates
'and 274 graduate students in some


23 different areas of stuyd. Future
and In-service teachers receiving
degrees from the Cpllege of Educa-
tion comprise twenty percent of
the graduating class.
Candidates for degrees from Port
St. Joe were: Mrs. Oarl A. Guilford,
BS in Education amd Carl A. Guil-
ford, BS in Pharmacy.


MOTION SICKNESS HAS
BEDEVILED TRAVeLERS EV21
SINCE MAN STARTED ".O
SAIL THE SEVEN SEAS
AND ALADDIN FLEW ON
HIS MAAIC CARPET. ONE
OLO FOLK REMEDY FOR
MOTION SICKNESS WAS
TO PUT"LuCKY" TOKENS
INTO A TRAVELER'S
LU(QAe6 oR POCKEITBOQK.
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SERVICE CALLS


part of a cavern 'are ideal because
they have built-in containers for
plants and make an ideal way to
display a cactus collection.
There are hundreds 'of other
items 'that will give your patio eye
,appeal. All it takes is a bit of ima-
ginaltion. But 1ie careful not to
dream up hours of work, because
that :will defeat the purpose of pa.
tio farming.
.9'


TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE ,YOU

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S1107 GARRISON AVE PHMON BAls 7441


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FOR FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE GIVE US
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WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ANYPRICE IN TOWN


ANOTHER TRAVEL.
SUPERSTITION
HOLDS THAT
VOYAaERS SHOULD
NOT WHISTLE
ABOARD SHIP
BECAUSE THIS IS
*MOCKIN NO THE
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DAY or NIGHT

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Port St. Joe, Florida

All Sale Merchandise Cash or Lay-Away All Sales Final
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SP "" ti 30...lUtanA Atnu. ,P,,:St. W4., Fits.. FOR RENT: Downstail
i ,.By The St.ar PublishIng Company apartment. 1505 Mo.
WESLIEY .--X -* F ditot- and:.Pablisher. 227-7421. .
Also. Lnot Oie 0'i4rator, Ad Salesmap -PhtmIlarapher, *CA.lumnlh- .Rp,,P9rtWe. PrIf: FOR RENT: bedroom
.... .. ... __ B.te:an.Co.raal traD .... St. 2,bedroom beach
P f-1- -P o--22 6 IcBOXO-- .: flashed. Apply at Sm

' '.aA~ seijpataimnberA-1; ,1407, at -t-he pDotoffie,-Port ,t- Joe, FOR RENT: 1 bedroom
.Flbft.dl, Act.ol uMp.. .. .. upstaisr apt. 514% -7t
Johnson. -
.. ..'" 75 R" MTS. "127.50 FOR RENTi Lrargae fu
e f 7 U- tage-on -highway in. i
..... ... .. .... ... .. .. .... .. ... .. .. 2. .3 ,.bedroom ,2,.b ath ..: P h o
.. 4iERT SERS-In case of er or.T om o -in -ad erte ..e. ptc8-2
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H'"" "s. Rese"re-Ratio ".. !...'" ".

SK %* ,i,'s very riice oA r. K, nedy and rasury
.their .hel "s'l -- b eeirworking ....
ever.so o th' new". i .i .. .. guideline .. fo.. .- in writ
4", p_ q :,.ia'iton gS 4 i hammers and saws and sewing -. -. .-
Sipes tilland /whatnot .inwhat i.sai toe
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iZ AIrihtketthe ,President's statement actually -refersto this
.- O-N g:dJ..,ccus very t"ice j Mr. Kenedy and nteasury






~fhing~of depreciation formulae4.s a "tax cut" and notes .
that the re sultilgdedietions in tax-liabilities-will -reach $1.5
billion the first year. And all this-while-the Sena.te-'inance ...-.. :..
"Co e .Jering the fuiher "gift" to business of a
seve sment c oedit on new equiipimefiie .
e'ver, those who wish to use the new "guidelines"
will have ~,st of fine print to read-after th ey get the Gov- ;.
ern ient'st3ok Qon e subject, and of which we are told, over
halk gheIetiiaiaprginting of 80a(l weait to te Treasury Nyli
pei- we- firhust police the -anew rules ,'And,~thate leaves Ou
soAtthing less than 40.000 for the 12 millio9Ioncernsf Mr. bu .
g^i ei at reaffected--tosay, nothing, of the armies ........... .
IaiteW ditse hdlawyersh"y who will be expected to know. --,. e
all-ithe' g ;1,:C :..
nheoe are times+,wfeladi,!n i ice to. bpa.writexr
...." ad ,.,'nit i L .1-.
_that_ is). For, after all, pleasant as it-may be to -
ha pewriter, perhaps even a nice office with a desk .
and a chami' the vriter, can function with just a pencil and
a bunct of paper if it gets too tough figuring out the depre-
ciatiogideductions on the luxuries..
Not being a business type, we find it difficult to under-
stand why 4,company can't spend its,own money for what
it neej4o stay in business and simply pay taxes on what-.
if ani- lieft-of its ed~rhtgs.'- That way, thpe6ople who-run
the business might have time to make more mPo y-and .
t pay more taxes. Nor would the Government have to
h people to read the reports the businessmen wouldn't have
t ake eut:, '
9 d i(aist.: te something wrong with this kind of think-
nd oaurc ~.,en if we don't know what. y w

.if -.r .f i e., a -

Not Require. T e So viets To .
mmAte" Us For A Change? E
0S 9:e ... ..


As President Kennedy gathers with his military and
dipRoimia e.meritrs for a huddle on how far we can go; in
aqcom.nodating the Russians in that nuclear test ban treaty,
vigte u-navoidably reminded of State Department Publica-
tibog 77 presenting to the UN a three-stage plan for com-
p, jl armament, and thegeneral surrender to the Reds
=""W i infamous "Liberal Papers".
e recall, too. more recent liord, from Geneva from our
djp MAdaeZtjiegotiator, Arthur H. Dean, to the effect that
le it, -,bJe nice to have control posts inside the USSR
f a i tp cheek on atomic blasts, "perhaps we could do,
w rm". And this remark coincided with reports
sugg~ lht we now have improved means of blast detec-
tion tha operate effectively from outside Red territory.
thius, while we do not ieitend to predict the outcome of
the whitee House test-ban meeting (and'we hope our misgiv-
ings are soon relieved), we should nevertheless be prepared
for UA hb e crucial issue of inspection-on which
we and tfhe Russians have locked horns since the beginning
of the::talks. r, Why, we might ask, can't the Reds "accommo-
date" u-wliern wve offer them the same control set-up we
are demanding ._..;,
Should.we a0andonour position on control posts, on the
grounds that we can monitor the Russians from outside, we
will irrevocably .have lost any nuclear weapons superiority
we may now possess. For we should know by now that while
we abad.hn testing, teie Russians will proceed happily with
testprograms as they please. That we will know what they
are doing-and -even where-will not disturb them in the
least. Their bland, unblushing denials will be convincing to
other nationss in direct ratio to the degree of mortal terror
with which these countries regard the Soviets.
Evdi the on-the-ground inspection system we have been
insist ingon may not be enough to protect us. But anything
less cou:l be suicide. "


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rs furnished :FOR RENT: 2-bedroom house on:
Ave. Phone; St. Joe Beach waterfront. Just
tfc-6-21 I'edecorated: Very nice. Phohe '648-
-47-2 -.. ''.- .. *:'tc-8-9
i house, th--
cottage. All FOR RENT: 2 `bedroom house, liv-
mlth's Phar- ing rdom, dining-room, TV room,
S.. tfc-':-19, utility room ,carport, unfurnished.
At"" Dixie Belle Motel. C. W. Long;
i, St.- W alter- :.' '
tfc-7-10. FD.R-.SALE:: 3,bedroom house. 1301
Woodward Ave. FHA approved.
riisihed cot- Low down payment l!..c 227-
Beacon.Hill.- 35 1- tfc-6-2
fnl.'.48-4238: FOR SALE:-.Furnished..2 bedroom.
r "o" rk'ome, O1f0 Long Ave. Ph.


648-412 3J. A. Mira. HOUSE FOR SALE: 1303 M'Clel-a
-..I lan Ave. Pay equity and assume
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1314 FI A mortgage of $5700. See Gene
lMaryin Ave. Pu'chi-'" to as- Fowler at 2000 Long Avenue.
same'VA mortgage. See'Cecil Cos-,
tin,. Jr. il o-FOR 'SALE: 50x100 corner lot with
.ne well and septic tank, Beacon
.FORSALE: 2 bedroom home aI Hill. $750.00. See Bill Carr. tfc-7-26
., e. City. Lot. 95x100. Good I
deep well. Only 2 yrs. old. Call 227- -IFOR: Beauty Counselor Cosmetics
770ri'Patricia Ann Redd. tfc-6-21 I call Flo Melton, 229-1222 or Ann.
Alitchell, '227-4696.' 4tc-8-2
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2 1itchel 2274696. 4tc--2
dishwasher, harbt-in kitoo floors, fully WHY WORRY with your moving
insulated, central heat, air condi- prqblems?Loet SURPLUS SALES
tioned. Carport and living space, tLako the responsibility of working
1240 sqod. tCaorner lot 125'x92'. 2104 out. the details. Our movers have
Palm40 Bvd Call W. L. 'Winters, ph. years of experience and ar.e cap-
229-2521. : tfc-5-2- able of handling your finest epos-
Ssessions with care and efficiency.
GRF SALE: 2 bedroom house on W.e move anywhere, in, own or in
135x75 ft. lot. Back yard completely the USA. Representing Mayflower
closedd with chain ink fence, ono of the oldest and finest in the
Plenty of shade and. located in a-rnation. We'-e as near as your tele-
well established neighborhood. See phone. Call SURPLUS SALES of
Forrell Allen, Jr. at 129 Hunter ST. JOE, 227-2011 or drop in and
'Circle. tfc-5-31 discuss your moving plans with us


at 201 Monument Avenue, aerows
from the post office.
FOR SALE: 1962 Volkswagen, 2-dr.
:deluxe sedan. Radio, heater,
windshield washer, whitewall tires
and leather upholstery. $1495.00.
See Bill Rich.
FOR SALE: Completely recondi-
tioned Singer Sewign Machines.
WYe can, make your old machine like
new. Phone 227-2011, SURPLUS
SALES SEWING CENTER, aeroas
from Post Office.
FOR SALE: New or used Tacum
cleaners. Prices very, reasonable.
Rent a floor polisher for only $1.00
,per day. 50c per half day. Phone
227-2011, SURPLUS SALES SEW-
ING CENTER.

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FOR SALE
Two year old three bedroom ma-
sonry house with den. Just painted
outside. Can sell for only $300 and
buyer assume VA loan on 'balance.
This is a very good buy and
should move quickly.
Three ,bedroom masonry house
on 90 foot corner lot on Marvin
Avenue. Total cost only $9,700. Can
buy owners equity :or re-finance,
Two bedroom house in Oak Grove
on 60 foot lot. Only $4,500.
Three bedroom house on Sev-
enth Street. Has new roof and sid-
ing. $4,800. .
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
WANTED: Clerical position. Exper-
ienced with many types machines
including payroll. Also typing 'and
filing. Call 227-3281, Mrs. Roy Hel-
len. ltc-8-9
WAITRESS WANTED: Surf Drive-
In at Mexico Beach. E. E. Crooms


FOR RENT: Availalble August
One :bedroom and private bat
living room and TV room pri
leges. See at 528 corner of Six
St. and Woodward Ave. 2tp-8
FOR SALE: Complete print
equipment for making rub'b
stamps. Will sell at bargain. Al
A. B. Dick memeograph machir
J. A. Blackwell, Phone 227-8476.
HOMES FOR SALE
Will -build homes with no do'
,payment for families who own 1
or can buy a lot. Payments as l
a s$50.00 a month. Write Ray W
liams, U. S. Homes Representati'
P. 0. Box 1519, Panama City, F
SERVICES OFFERED
I will do part or full-time bool
keeping in my home or at you
place of business. Experience
in a" types of book work. Ty;
Ing work done neatly and correc
R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 22E
1716.
-PTIC TANKS rumped out. C&
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 f
i'ick expert service. t
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I.
0. F.-Meets second and four
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. In Americ
Legion Hall. AUl members urged
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ME
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.:
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Pt
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 f
further information or write P.
Box 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular co
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lod


SETAOIN SHRDLU Rescue Squadron Serves Volui

24, o Page 1) To Fulfill Need In Gulf County
th, be better to allocate a sum for
vi- renting vehicles in the time of their
th need and make arrangement..with -Port St. Joe has a rescue quad- '| I
I-9 a local truck owner or track rental ron, that works free of charge, and ult Ins
ng agency: to provide the equipment even purchases their own equ p-
'er as needed rather than invest heav- ment, the Port St. Joe Kiwanis .. ,
ily in equipment to sit and rust Club learned Tuesday at their noon ll
2c and ruin? luncheon meeting.
While we recognize the need of Deputy Sheriff Wayne Wh Students
wn some rescue and disaster equip- told the club of the six member
ot, -ment, it is our observation that the squad which is on call day and
ow government weather bureau coup- night to recover objects from un- The Gulf Coun
e led with commercial news media der water. Each member of the office will be og
la. gives people ample warning to ide- group is a scuba diver and has his nesday, Septemb
fend themselves from most disas- own equipment for diving. Arrange- pupils who wish
k- ters. ments have been made with the education. H. F.
: We would like for an itemized member's -employers to allow them or, states that th
d plan of spending this money to be time off when their services are plete schedule
P made public prior to the passing needed. Principal activities of ihe making it convert
9: of the budget. group is to recover drowned peo- to finish his high
And, of course, the Road and ple. Deputy White told the Club enable him to se
all Bridge Fund is up for its usual that the 'group has recovered five diploma. 'lasses
for huge slice of the money. bodies from bodies of water already English, Math,
tfe This fund ran out -of money this this year, four in Gulf County and World Geograph
. year due to having to pay for trucks one in Franklin County. Typing, Shortha
rth and other equipment bought the Since the club was formed in Office Machines,
an previous year. Now, according to late 1958, -it has gone on more than
to 'the budget draft, this equipment is 50 missions-Ito recover lost articles These classes ,
going to cost $13,000.00 more to under water. ery Monday, Tu
maintain, along with the old equip- White said that the equipment day nights and a
ment. owned iby each member was worth afternoon. Pupils
et And, too, the Road Department better 'than $300.00. The only thing as many of thes
is asking for $26,000.00 more for furnished by the county for the op- wish depending
ror road, bridge and culvert material's ration is air tanks, necessary food work they wish ,
0. over last year. and transportation. The squad has Any dt who
tt We think such increases in plan- at its disposal a Iboat and motor,- efresercourse
a. ned expenditures should be explain- leap with radio,. '(ralkie-talkie and r course
ge ed item for item to the public who various pieces of ,equipment such s. o
will be paying the bill. as ro es, lights, grapples, etc. Each pupil will
If you are interested" in these and Meibers of the organization are fee of $3.00 which
-other figures y6u will find a com- Deputies Wayne White and Jimmy the entire school
prison of the present budget and Barfield, Sonny Dean, George Hun- used to help pa
proposed budget on page 8 of this tear and Wayne Gay of Port :St. Joe fuel. Each pupil
issue. Read it, study it, then let and Nils Millergren of Wewahitch- books used. That
your feelings be heard. ra. for anyone to at
-----_-_ _Guests of the Kiwamis Club Tues- year taking a col
day were Billy Joe Rish and Gene course for just a
Raffield, both of Port St. Joe.
For further in
IlI. F H. Ayers the
Katrmina Farris Is FAyr

'Home from Camp Funds for

Miss Katrina Farris, head ma- Canal Fa4
PHONEt 74-161 jorette of the Port St. Joe High WJitALJu ,
PHONE 7-3161 School Band for "the coming year WiUtnIH i
returned Sunday after spending -
No, 111, F. & A. M. every first and two weeks at the University of WASHINGTON
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, sional source said
Mississippi, where she attended the Appropriations
Summer Music -and Twirling Camp. rejected requests
ROY L. BURCH, W. M. While there she had classes in all proposed Cross-1
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec phases of twirling such as fire b6a- nal and the Te:
All Master Masons cordially IaTited ton .twirling, dance twirling rou-
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of tines, military routines, struttingg -
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. and 'modeling. Two of her instruict-
M., 2nd and. 4th Mondays. All visit- orp were the famous "Dixie Dar-
ing companions welcome. lings"
Everett McFarland, High Priest .
Edgar Smith, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday |
nights, 8:00 p.m. Amerloan Legion 1 ,J ...AsD \ 1
H om e.1[ I I- i l S


0' WANTED: Dealer for profitable
Rawleigh business in Gulf Coun-
ty. Good living at start. Write Raw-
leigh, Dept. FAH-100-101, Freeport,
Ill. 3tp-8-2
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
dining room, ceramic bath and
and large back porch. Reasonable. 1313
Long Ave., Phone 229-1351. ',tc
hired IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
E* In- Re: Estate of
: SAMUEL BLAIR SHUFORD,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS -
All creditors of the -esitate, of
Samuel Blair Shuford, 'deceased,
are hereby notified and required to'
file any- claims or demands which
they may -have 'against said estate
in the office of the County Judge
of Gulf 'County;' Florida, li the
Courthouse at Wewahitchka. Flor-
ida, witihn six (6) calendar nm-.nths
from the date of ithe first public,
tion of this notice. Each 'cl'am or
demand must be in writing and,
'must state the place 'or residence
and post-office 'address of the clai-
mant 'and must be sworn toq by the
claimant, his -agent, or his attorney,
or it will become void according to
law.
/s/ LOIS HILL SHUTIORD
Administratrix 'of the' Estate
of Samuel Blair Shuford,
deceased.
SILAS R. STONE 4t-8-9
Attorney for Administratrix
August 9, 1962
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The 'City Registration books will
open at 9:00 A.M., Wednesday, Au-
gust 22, 1962 at the office of the
'City Clerk at the 'Ci'ty Hall. Those
wishing to register as voters for
the Municipal Election primary to
be held on September 11, 1962 may
register between the hours of 9:00
A.M. and 12:00 Noon', and from 2:00
P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through
Friday and from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00
Noon on Saturday, beginning Au-
gust 22, and continuing through
5:00 o'clock P.M., Friday, August
31, 1962, at which time the regis-
tration books will close. All persons
who have registered as electors in,
the City of Port ;St. Joe since Feb-
ruary 4, 1959 are not required to
reregister. Citizens of the United
States who are qualified voters un-
der the State Law, and who have
been residents of the City-of Port
.St. Joe for six 'months and who
are twenty-one years of age are
;051 eligible for registration.
J. B. WILLIAMS 4t.L9
SCity Auditor and Clerk


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A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine.
Your Local M rlicail S,, in v and the
Florida' Mefical Association.
THAT VALUABLE LITTLE
BAG
The little black bag is an ex-
c'-i.i,. valuable tool, but more
important yet is the physician's
'.j~iowledge, of how to use the
items found inside.
A symbol of the medical pro-
faession f r years, the little black
bag rep:resents different things
to differc::i, people. The hidden
contents l::,ve been imagined by
the wary to be evil smelling
drugs aunt bitter tasting con-
coctions .::d instruments of tor-
ture. -Cluh'ren of a less en-
lightened era were mysteriously
informed that in the little black
bag the family doctor might
bring a new baby brother or
sister.
The contents of the doctor's
bag are assembled with careful
attention. Equipped with medi-
cations and instruments and
using them with full knowledge
and understanding, the physi-
cian can bring relief to suffer-
ing and on occasion provide the
neans that makes the difference
between life and death.
As is natural, the young doc-
tor beginning to practice is apt
to carry more articles than he
will be called upon to use. The
physician long experienced in
practice has acquired knowledge
of just about what medicine and
equipment he is going to need
from day to day. The contents
vary, of course, according to the
type of specialty practiced.
The .black bag goes along on
regular calls and emergency
calls. For the stricken patient,
who must have immediate
emergency treatment in order
to live until he reaches the hos-
pital. the doctor's bag is an in-
dispensable aid. That is why
the physician makes every ef-
fort to carry' at all times those
preparations that can relieve
:uffering--and perhaps save ;
lhf.


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ster


Sept. 5
e o

ity Adult Institute
pen all day Wed-
ber 5 to register
'to improve their
Ayers, the Direct-
aere will be a com-
of classes offered
ient for any adult
school course and
cure 'a high school
will 'be taught in
'Science, History,
y, Business Law,
and, Bookkeeping,
and others.
will be taught ev-
esday and Thurs-
lso on Wednesday
may attend all or
e classes as 'they
on the amount of
to take.
wishes to take a
in, any subject may

pay a registration
h will be good for
year. This will be
ay for lights and
will pay for the
t makes it possible
;tend school a full
mplete high. school
a few dollars.


formation contact
Director.


r Barge

ce

Mal
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N A congres-i
d Tuesday a House
subcommittee has
s for funds 'for the
-Florida Barge Ca-
nnessee-Tombigbee


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Plorida ~ .s jLSr 'AvU l


Waterway.
Unless this decision is reversed
by the full committee before the
money bill is reported to the House,
the measure will not Include funds
for the two projects. Both have
been authorized for many years.
President Kennedy asked $205,-
000 in his budget for preconstruc-
tion planning for the Florid, pro-
ject. Gov. Farris Bryant of Tf-orida
'and the state's congressional, dele-
gation requested an additional
$795,000 to start construction dur-
ing the year which began July 1.
Harry H. 'Saunders of Port St.
Joe is a member of the Cross-State
Barge 'Canal Authority and has
been working toward securing the
federal funds to begin the project
for the past several years.
Saunders stated several months
ago that it looked like the project
would begin construction this year,
but action by the committee may
delay this starting date.


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GARDEN NOTES


By- HERVEY SHARPE
iorida Agricultural Extension
Service
Raising beautiful' poinsettias and
managing a budget have one thing
._iJn. common-that's pinching.
If you're adept at penny-pinch-
* ing a ,'budget, then pinching poin-
settia buds -will come naturally.
The -why's of nipping unwise
spendingg in the bud are many. The
logic lor pinching plants is for a
larger display of "flowers".
Debudding a poinsettia shoot
when it reaches 6 inches in length
will cause the- plant to grow more
compactly and to produce more
branches on -which to set color this
tall.
I~t you have let a number of
'potlsiittla shoots become long and
'leggy, it Is not too late to remove
.th.e wayward shoots. The trimmed
aes-ea riote- easily under
Constant mist and forced to set
color by fall.,
Be sure to call -a halt to bud
pinching during late August. This
willgive the plant time to mature
its color .tips before frost.
Insect Control
'Whiteflies, if they reproduce ac-
cording to schedule, will soon be-
cme a problem on, gardenias, 11-
gustrums'.,and other ornamentals.
One way' of checking for an infes-
tation build-up' is to shake a limb
of a suspected plant. If a cloud of
whiteflies rises from the leaves,
the answer is obvious.
BOr whitefly control,' Entomolo.
gist James Brogdon with the Agri-
cultural [Extension Service says use
a malathlio spray. Mix 2 teaspoons
.of 17 percent emulsifiable malla-
thion per gallon of water.
Sooty mold on leaves of ornamen-
tals s associated with whiteflies.
The unsightly black smut is a fun-
Sugsthat thrives on excretions from
Im-matni e whiteflies, aphids, mealy-
ibugs and soft scales. Controlling
&".ie insects usually prevents the
-ibTxsk mold.
t'ip' an-. eye peeled forhopping
in eota such as Georgia thumpers
S(giaashoppers), katydids and field
wcickets. These pests are leaf chew-
iers. Some -of them 'are night eaters
which hide in the ground-mulch by
d.a3 and rasp away on the orna-
mentals by night.
SChlordane will kill the hoppers
1a- well as several kinds -of beetles.
'Spray the ground as well as the
plant 'for complete control.
Summer is lay-by time for many
grad'eners-they allow part of the
garden area to rest. However, as
0 '


the sun may bleach the bare soil
into a sand dune, it is better to
plant the plot to a cover crop.
A legume cover will increase the
nitrogen supply in the soil. Crota-
laria or cowpeas are two excellent
summer green-manure crops which
will check weed growth 'and give
the garden a neat appearance. The
crotalaria will produce a yellow
canopy of -blossoms this fall.
If you plant cowpeas, be sure to
choose a nematode-resistant varie-
ty such as Iron or Brabham.
Summer Chores
Two -chores which cannot be
avoided during 'hot weather are
mowing the lawn and shearing the
'hedge. Both jobs have to be tackled
when the plant growth demands it.
Lawn grass allowed to grow too
tall is likely to go to seed. Also,
delayed cutting will leave a harm-
ful layer of -clippings that may
shade the remaining leaves.
Sheared hedges which are allow-
ed to become shaggy before being
clipped must be pruned extensively
large stems are cut and bare areas
show on the hedge surface. The
best answer to trimming hedges
and mowing lawns during the sum-
mer is to tackle the job often and
trim a little at a time.
Broad-leaved evergreen shrubs
and trees need a summer shot of
fertilizer. Oranges, Mangos, azal-
eas, camellias, and 'many other or-
namentals come in this class.
Use a complete mixed fertilizer
and spread it tihnly over the soil
surface from 'about half-way into
the trunk to a few feet beyond the
foliage drip. Rake the plant fod
into the soil lightly.
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REV. ROBERT LEEDS, Pastor
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REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minliter


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