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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 4, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


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THE STAR

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


THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963


MONEY TALKS-Lefts keep
it where we can speak with It
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchantil


NUMBER 42


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NEW ROTARY OFFICERS-New officers will take dent; Sid Brown, vice-president; Paul Fensom,
over operation of the Port St. Joe club at their secretary; Percy Fleishel, treasurer.: Back row
regular meeting next Thursday. The new offi- left to right, are Directors: Bob Fox, Ed Ram-
cers assumed their seats of leadership immed- sey, Harry Babbit, Bob Vervaeke, Dave May
iately following last Thursday's meeting. They and Chauncey Costin.
are front row left to right; Cecil Curry, Presi- (Star photo)


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Rotary Told Of Operations


Of Florida Power Corporation


Local Rotary Club Is Host To District

President and Secretary Conference


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The Port St. Joe Rotary Club was host 'Friday to the District
President's ahd Secretary's conference, conducted by District Gov-
ernor-elect Phil Sargent of Crescent City. The conference was held
in the upstairs dining room of the Motel St. Joe.
Port St. Joe's out-going president, Silas R. Stone welcomed
the visiting Rotary officers. The incoming "president, Cecil Curry,
acted as host for the meeting.
Pictured above are the attending club presidents. They are
left to right: Dick D'Alemberte, Chattahoochee; Doug Cullifer, Wewa-
hitchka; Jimmy Miller, Tallahassee; Phil Sargent, District Governor-
elect, District 694, Crescent City; Dee Hinton, Panama City; Cecil
Curry, Port St. Joe; Bill Wesaner, Suburban West Pensacola; Cleve
Randolph, Apalachicola and Jimmy Reynolds, Niceville-Valparaiso.


Club secretaries attending were, left to right: Dudley Elder,
Chattahoochee; Bert Herlong, Niceville-Valparaiso; Gov-elect Sargent;
Raymond Rhodes, Tallahassee; Paul Fensom, Port St. Joe; W. D. Clif-
ford, Marianna and James Parish, Fort Walton Beach. (- photos)


Robert Nedley Installed By Jaycees

As President For New Club Year


The Port St. Joe Jaycees had
their annual installation banquet
Saturday night at Van Horn's
Beach Restaurant.
Present for the dinner were
about 30 Jaycees and their wives.
Installed as officers of the Jay-
cees for the coming year are:
Robert Nedley, president; Joe Par-
rott, first vice-president; Hulon
Mitchell, second vice-president;
Charles Norton, secretary; Bill
Brown, treasurer. Serving on the
Board of Directors are: Roy Burch,
Earry Tison, Jake Koller, Wade


Barrier and Carl Guilford.
The new officers were installed
by Angus Andrews of DeFuniak
Springs, District I, State Vice Pres-
ident.
Andrews also addressed the Jay-
cees charging them to take an
active part in governmental affairs.
Andrews called the Jaycees' at-
tention to recent actions by the
Supreme Court and the need for
young men to. take an active part
in civic and governmental affairs.
In addition to the officer slate
two awards were made by the


The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
was presented an interesting pro-
gram last Thursday by Tom Thomp-
son, executive assistant with the
Florida Power Corporation.
Thompson gave the Rotarians a
short view of the vast system op-
erpted by Florida Power to serve
better than a third of the state
of Florida with electric power.
Their, lines .,trqtcl~ #_om Avon
Park, south of Tampa, to Port St.
Joe, along the Gulf Coast of Flor-
da.
"The main problem with provid-
ng electric energy," said Thomp-
son, "is the fact that you cannot
store it. It must be made as it is
used." This makes heavy demands
upon the utility to provide facili-
ties capable of generating up to
450,000 KH 24 hours a day, seven
days a week.
Florida Power has recently tap-
ped into a cooperative of investor-
owned power companies through-
out the United States, who depend
upon each other to maintain a con-
stant source of power. The band of
interconnected power companies
stretches from here to the Cana-
dian border. If one company exper-
iences a failure on his lines, he
gets power from a sister company
until his difficulties are corrected
and vice-versa.
Thompson said that Florida
Power corporation now serves 804,-
000 customers. The utility is rapid-
ly becoming one of the most mo-
dern and efficiently operated pow-
er companies in the state.
All employes of the company are
trained in first aid and especially
mouth to mouth respiration and
external heart massage both for
use on injured employees and to
the general public.
Thompson said that 49 per cent
of the utilities' income comes
from residential users; 27% from
commercial users and 15% from
industrial customers.
Out of every dollar of income,
24c goes for taxes; 18c for fuel; 19c
for interest and dividends; lie for
property replacement; 15c for pay-
roll; 6c for material and supplies
and 7c retained in the business.
Guests of the club were Bill Buz-
zett and Gene Austin of Apalachi-
cola; Jim Rule and Fred McGee of
Marianna, Ralph Norman of Monti-
cello and Richard Porter of Port
St. Joe.

THETA RHO GIRLS CLUB
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
Theta Rho Girls Club of Port St.
Joe is having their installation of
officers, July 8 at 7:30 p.m. The
installation will be at the Ameri-
can Legion Hall and the public
is cordially invited to attend.

Jaycees to two of their members
for outstanding services during
the year. Hulon Mitchell was
named as "Jaycee of the Year"
while Tom Ford, outgoing presi-
dent was given the "Key Man"
award.


Port St. Joe was dangerously
low on water Monday of this week
when a 42" line serving the St.
Joe Paper Company and the City
of Port St. Joe burst at the SJPC
pump house late Saturday after-
noon, according to City Auditor and
Clerk J. B. Williams.
Williams said that Port St. Joe's
shortage came because of failure
of emergency pumping facilities at
the City's pumping station on the
Paper Company's canal.
The City receives its water from
the SJPC pump house, but has an
auxiliary pumping station to pump
water directly from the canal. This
auxiliary system had broken iown
previously and was under a state
of repair when the break in the big
line occurred.
Saturday night, the City', old
water pumps were put into action
to help out with the meager water
supply the City was able to pump
from its canal source. One of the
City's two deep wells burned out a
motor when it was turned on and
this put a further strain on the
supply.
By Monday morning, water; con-
sumption began to tell on the
small supply, and the resulting
drain on the system kept the water
supply in the city at a trickle or a
standstill for the greater part of
the day.
By Monday afternoon a tempor-
ary line was laid from the SJPC
pump house to the City's pumping
station, which along with the one
producing well aleviated the wa-
ter shortage. By Tuesday morn-
ing at 1:00 a.m. a larger line was
put into operation and the well
was shut down.
All work at the SJPC mill and
the Glidden Company plant was


Tax Equalization

Board To Meet
City Auditor and Clerk, J. B.
Williams said this week that the
City Commission will set in session
as a Tax Equalizing Board on
Tuesday, July 16 from 7:00 to 8:00
p.m., in the Council Chambers of
the City Hall.
The Tax Equalizing Board sets
in session every year, to listen to
complaints of valuation of property
prior to setting valuations, plan-
ning a budget and sending out tax
statements each year.
Those persons desiring an inspec-
tion of their valuations on the tax
rolls are notified by Williams to
present their claims to his office
on or before the hearing date of
July 16.

Race Track Fund Money
Mailed To City This Week
TALLAHASSEE-State Comp-
troller Ray E. Green said this
week checks for $7,800 are be-
ing mailed to each of the 67
counties. It is the final payment
from the race track tax fund for
the current fiscal period.
The comptroller said the pay-
ment brings the total received
this fiscal by each county from
the race track tax fund to $206,-
800, the highest in the history of
the tax. Each county last year
received $201,000..


Alcoholic Rehabiliti

Representative To I
Harve Olson, Community Field
representative from the alcoholic
rehabilitation center in Avon Park,
will be in Port St. Joe Wednesday
night, July 10 to meet with the Al-
coholics Anonymous group here to-
gether with any of the public of
Port St. Joe and surrounding com-
munities who may wish to attend
This is an open public meeting
and a cordial invitation is extended
to all, free of charge. Refreshments
will be served.
Mr. Olson will show a film de


shut down Monday due to a lack
of water for boilers to make steam.
The City furnished part of its
meagre supply into the two plants
by late Monday. The Glidden com-
pany also aided in the emergency
by diverting water from two deep
wells they maintain for fire-fight-
ing purposes into city mains.
Crews working around the clock
were expected to have the large
main repaired by late Tuesday eve-
ning (when The Star went to
press) or early Wednesday morn-
ing.
Clerk Williams said that the City
Commission was due to discuss re-
pairs to the water pumping station
and new installation to make such
an occurrence in the future negli-
gible. The details of this meeting
cannot be reported in this issue
because of the early press date.


The City of Port St. Joe is now
a half century old. The new City
of Port St. Joe, that is.
According to records at the
City Hall, the modern City of
Port St. Joe was chartered and
came into being on July 1, 1913.
The first meeting of the City
Commission of the new town was
held on that date at 8:00 p.m. in
the office of Thomas Howard,
the first mayor of'the city.
Attending the first meeting of


ZIP Code Goes Into Effect Over

Nation As Move To Speed Mails
The new Zone Improvement Plan (ZIP) of the Post Office
Department went into effect here and throughout the nation
Monday of this week.
The Port St. Joe ZIP code number is 32456, designating
the locality of the Port St. Joe postoffice to any area of the
United States.
Postmaster Chauncey Costin, urged all post office patrons
to begin immediately including their code number in their
return address. The number is to be placed after the state
in your return address. Explaining the code, Costin said the
first numeral, 3, designates the postal service area, the second
and third numerals, 2 and 4, specifies the service area sub-
division, Northern Florida; and the fourth and fifth numerals,
5 and 6, identifies the Port St. Joe Post Office.
The ZIP code numerals have been placed in operation to
facilitate the mechanical sorting of mail, since the numbers
method of addressing can be more readily adapted to mechani-
cal code handling than can letters-or reading of written ad-
dresses. With the handling of mail by machines for routing,
ZIP codes will be necessary in every addressed piece of mail.
The postmaster also urged that where ZIP code numbers
of your correspondents are known, that these numbers be
used in addressing mail outside the city.


the new Commission were the
governing body of the new city:
Thomas Howard, Mayor; J. G.
Joyner, vice-mayor; B. S. Stutts,
treasurer; C. F. Green, chief of
police and S. P. Douglas, City
Clerk.
At this first meeting the sal-
ary of the Chief of Police was
set at $50.00 per month and the
City Clerk was hired at a salary
of $12.50 per month.
Port St. Joe was then a part


of Calhoun County.
Most of the first meeting was
taken up with passing of ordin-
ances to keep the city clean.
Ordinances were passed regu-
lating the cleaning of outdoor
privies, storing and cleaning up
of trash and garbage and making
it against the law to allow trash
to lie about the premises.
Port St. Joe, along with ffe
'Nation, can count the month of
July as its birthday.


Dixie Youth League All Star


Game Set For Tomorrow


Lions Club Horse Show Local Merchants Donate Prizes
Set For Saturday, August 10
Saturday, August 10 has been Dixie Youth Baseball will play Griffin, Robert Faliski, Perry Ad-
set as the date for the first annual its annual all-star games today, kinson, John Ford and Billy Carr.
Lion's Club Horse Show to be held Thursday, July 4 with games to be The all-stars will be manager by
in the city baseball stadium start- played in both the American and Bob Faliski.
ing at 7:00 pmn. National Leagues. The two games League awards will be announced
Invitations and announcements will be played, one in the after- during the games Thursday after-
have been sent to enthusiasts and noon and another at night. noon. The "Most Valuable Player"
saddle club members throughout At 4:00 p.m. this afternoon, Na- and "Sportsmanship Awards" will
Northwest Florida and South Ala- tional League champ Rotary man- be named at the games.
bama. Project chairman Charles aged by Lamar Moore will take on In addition to some good base-
Norton is expecting a large turn an all-star team consisting of other ball, several valuable door prizes
out from the horsemen, making for members of the league. This the league. This team bll, se given al vway at both games.
a very interesting show. will be composed of: Pat Gentry, A transistor radio will be given
Flip Gentry, Larry McFarland, away at each game in addition to
Gulf Coast Coop Steve Belin, Mike Wimberly, Clay a host of other prizes.
l S Coop Thomason, David Maddox, Mike Prizes to be given away include:
SA Gainey, Tommy Simmons, Gregg pictures, theatre passes, candelabra
Gets REA Loan Burch, Larry Cox, Goober Lovett, set, swim suits, TV trays, ski belts,
Freddie Harrison, Billy Herring, four stereo records, $5.00 food cer-
WASHINGTON The Gulf Willie Ramsey and Barron Abrams. tificate, $2.00 gas certificate, oil
Coast Electric Cooperative at We- This all-star team will be managed changes, 5-cell flashlight, two regu-
wahitchka, is getting a $464,000 by Buck Garrett. lar dinners, baseball glove, cream
loan from the Rural Electrifica- At 7:30 p.m. the Hard Stars, oil tonic, waste basket, ventilated
tion Administration for system im- managed by Leroy Bowdoin, and cushion, Robin Hood hair tonic,
provements. winners of the American League alarm clock, blanket, steak knives,
The funds will be used to fi- pennant, will play an all-star team 1,000 Grand Prize stamps, handbag,
nance construction of 50 miles of composed of the following: Bobby ice chest, flashlight, barbecue grill,
line to serve 600 new consumers, a Kennedy, Charles Blackburn, Mike spinning rod, super-right ham, 2-
substation at Southport and 13 Martin, Gary Griswold, Kirby piece trash can set, $5.00 gift cer-
miles of new high-capacity trans- Gautreaux, Thomas O'Brian, Sid- tificate, Towel set, beach towel,
mission line. ney Dykes, Steve Macomber, John expansion watch band, boat mir-
The money will also be used to Christian, Dennis Atchison, Tim ror, thermos jug and $5.00 gift
convert 15 miles of line to a high- certificate.
er capacity., .-*a Prize donors are: Danley Furni-
esignationi ture Co., Port Theatre, H. S. LUlius,
e td B dI Jeweler, Prince and Princess Shop,
nation Field Presented Board Christo's, Bildwel supply Co., Ken-
nedy Electric, Woods Discount
Visit Local AA The Gulf County School Board Foodliner, Phillips 66 Service, St.
met Tuesday for their regular Joe Motor Co., St. Joe Pure Ser-
picting the treatment of alcoholic monthly meeting and received a vice, City Restaurant, Campbell
patients at the state maintained formal resignation from Lamar Drug Store, Palace Barber Shop,
treatment center in Avon Park. In Faison, assistant coach at the Port Smith's Pharmacy, Pate's Shell
addition he will give a talk con- St. Joe High School. Service, Cooper's Barber Shop,
cerning alcoholism. Three letters of resignation of Goodson's TV, Carp's, Hurlbut Gift
This program will take place in local instructors were received in Shop, Jitney Jungle, Pixie Shop,
the Parish House of the Episco- a special meeting on June 25 from Western Auto, Buzzett's Rexall
pal Church across from the bank Coach Marion Craig, Principal Le- Drugs, Roche Furniture and Ap-
building. roy Bowdoin and James Moore. pliances, St. Joe Hardware Co., A
It may be mentioned that this Faison verbally gave his resigna- & P Food Store, St. Joe Futniture
state maintained center is finan- tion to the Board on June 25, but and Appliances, Pylant's Men and
I ced through revenue received from stated at that time that he had Boy's Wear, Webb 5c and 10c Store,
the sale of alcoholic beverages in not had the opportunity to offer Boyles Department Store, Thames
the State of Florida. You are urg. a formal resignation since he had Jewelry, Wiley Supply Co., Surplus
- ed to come and bring your friends, been out of town. Sales of St. Joe and Costin's,


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City Water Supply Down To Trickle

When Emergency Pumps Fail


City Now 50 Years Old


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Surprise Birthday Party Honors Mrs. Sally G. Costin


Mrs. Sally G. Costin of 118
Monument Avenue, a pioneer cit-
izen of Port St. Joe, was given a
surprise party Friday afternoon
ef last week by 15 of her 18
great grandchildren.
Mrs. Costin celebrated her
87th birthday.
Pictured above are the great
grandchildren present for the
event: left to right, front row,
Charles and Renee, children of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr.,


Jeri Lynn, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Tom Gibson, Karen and
Kimberly Williamson, children
of Mr. and Mrs. Duane William-
son, Robert Ashley, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ashley Costin, Guerry
Magidson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mel Magidson, Marian Ann and
Leslie Catherine, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Costin, Car-
olyn Carr, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Carr.


Back row: Bill and Tom Gib-
son ,sons of Dr. and Mrs. Tom
Gibson, Billy Carr, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Carr, Tommy
Williamson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Duane Williamson, Mel Magid-
son, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel
Magidson.
Those not present were three
other great grandchildren,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John
Quindemel of Fresno, Calif.


b E W n bowing out. Bob Ellzey took two
Bobby E z y journey easy games from Steve Dees (11-2)
S, o (11-2) to enter the finals.
In High School Summer Recreation The final matches caught the
interest of all of the participants

The first badminton tournament die McFarland downed Lloyd of the recreation program and a
of the high school summer recrea- Dees (11-7) (11-1). Second seeded large crowd was on hand as Bob
tion program was held Friday. Jun- Bob ElIzey eliminated Larry Gay Elizey and Larry Cox took the
ior high boys played in this tour- (11-1) (11-0). Steve Dees advanced court to battle for the champion
nament. Young Bob Ellzey. won it to the semi-finals by defeating Lar- ship. Thefin were not disappointed
with a brilliantly, consistent brand ry Young (11-0) (11-2). be played by junior high boys in
of badminton. The semi-final round was dom-" many seasons developed.
The first round games were do- inated by the seeded players. Lar- Ellzey won the first game (11-6).
-minated by the more experienced ry Cox outmaneuvered Eddie Mc- Larry Cox led at one time by a
players. First seeded Larry Cox Farland (11-8) (11-5). McFarland score of (5-1), but Ellzey rallied
beat John Lewis (11-4) (11-1). Ed- made Cox extend himself before with a fine display of badminton
S II I ___ BB to gain a (6-6) tie and go on to win
(11-6). Cox won the second game
5 HAMBURGERS $1.00 (11-6) and threw the match into a
third game to decide the winner.
5 HOT DOGS $1.00 Cox used a deftly executed drop
EVERY DAY NO LIMIT shot to win the second game. The
third game was one of the best ever
To Take Out played in the local gym. Cox jump-
ed out front with a (4-0) lead and
looked like a sure winner. How.

sensational shots to gain a 10-10)
tie and go on to win (12-10) as Lar-
Corner Fourth Street and Monument Ave. ry Cox also played brilliantly.
Badminton is proving to be a
popular activity in the recreation
program. Someone is continually
playing for the seven hours that
the program is offered daily.
GIRLS BADMINTON TOURNEY
S. Judy Herring won the first girls
badminton tournament of the sum-
mer recreation program Friday.
Herring won over Pat White (11-7)
(3-11) (11-4) in the finals. White
advanced to the finals by winning


Mr. and Mrs. David M. Rich
of 205 Third Street announce the
birth of a son, David, Jr., on June
29.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron W. Wilder,
Jr., 1405 Palm Boulevard, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Steven
Todd on June 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wheeler
Barnes of Oak Grove announce the
birth of a baby boy, Jerry Keith on
June 26.
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Vickers,
212 12th Street, announce the
birth of a baby girl, Melonie Dawn
on June 22.
Mr. and Mrs. William Franklin
Brownell, 551 Second Avenue,
Highland View, announce the birth
of a daughter, Sara Jane on June
24.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Phillip
Chatham, 1314 Woodward Avenue,
announce the birth of a daughter,
Mary Melinda on June 27.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


Panama City


Kiwanians Visit
An inter-club meeting by a Pan-
ama City delegation was the fea-
ture of the Kiwanis meeting Tues-
day. Visiting were Sam Morgan,
George Lively, Bud Bearclaw, Jim
McGriff, Frank Feabrow, John
Paul and Paul Helm.
Giving tITe program was Sam
Morgan, who explained some of
the workings of an active club in-
ter-visits and urging the local
club to participate more in this
activity.
Another guest of the club was
Bobby Ellzey, badminton champion
of the high school summer recrea-
tion program.


A wedding on the
July is planned by
Mira and Tony Powe
The prospective b
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J
Mexico Beach, have m
nouncement. Mr. Po
nephew of Mr. and
borne Sapp of Maria
The bride-to-be is
of Mount de Sale
School at Macon, Ge


MRS. FLORA LONG (left) is presented a cup of
punch by Patricia McCormick, past state presi-
dent of the Theta Rho Girls Club at a recep-
tion honoring Mrs. Long in the Legion Home


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963

Guests of Players
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Player had
as their guests last week Mrs.
Player's sister, Mrs. Frank La-
Grange and son Clark of West
Palm Beach and for the week end
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R.
Jones of Jackson, Ala.






TELEPHONE: BAII 7-4191
Sun., Fri., Holidays __ 2:45 pn.
Men. thru Thurs. __ 4:45 .
Last Times Thursday


FRIDAY and SATURDAY


Mira Powell

e fourth of Her fiance, an alumnus of Per-
Miss Toni kinson Junior College in Mis-
ell. sissippi, now serves with the
bride's par- United States Army, Force
Joe Mira of Training Regiment at Fort Gor
aade this an- don, Georgia.
well is the The families would be most
Mrs. Clay- happy to have their friends join
anna. them for this nuptial ceremony
a graduate Thursday morning, nine o'clock,
es Convent at Saint Joseph's Church, Port
eorgia. St. Joe.


Sunday after
mette Daniell
Albert Thame


loon.
, Mrs.


GORDON SCOTT ANTHONY QUAYLE
S... SARA SHANE- NIALL MACGINNIS,
SEAN CONNERY *SCILLA GAMEl,
A PARAMOWI RELEASE


Looking on are Mrs. Em-
Gene McCormick and Mrs.


Is.
(Star photo)


Lodge Presents Mrs. Flora Long With "Chivalry" Award


Dr


GP .100



11 x 14 WALL PORTRAIT

2 DAYS ONLY

FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JULY 5 and 6


Port St. Joe, Florida


0 BY BOB BRWSTER
Outdoor Editor,
Mercury Outboards
HOW NOT TO CATCH
'A FISHERMAN
When man" catches fish, that's
fun. But when man catches man,
that's painful.
While the number of injuries
caused by errant fishing lures
arind their needle sharp barbs is
not. great, the possibility of
trouble is always present.
As a reminder, Mercury out-
board fishing experts encourage
anglers to observe a few simple
rules that may prevent a trip to
the physician.
When fishing in a boat, arrays
cast at right angles to it. Never
whip your rod sideways. If you
do, your partner may suffer the
consequences.
Don't leave plugs lying around
on seats. Keep them in the
tackle box with the lid closed.
, The anguish of a posterior dump-
ed into an open box is most
frightful.
Unless you've mastered the
triick of lifting a bass by the
lower lip, never grab a fish with
a pllig in its mouth. Either hoist
it aboard with the line or use a
lai, ding net.
If your lure gets hung up on a
tree or bush, don't try to yank
it loose. It might come shooting
back like a deadly missile.
Instead, jiggle it gently. If
that fails, move the boat over
to where you can free it by hand.
Finally, study the habits of
your companion. If he's safety
conscious and thoughtful, cherish
him highly and return the courte-
sy. But if he's not, you may be
wise to find yourself another
partner.
Hooks, Mercury reminds, are
intended for fish, not people.
Let's keep it that wa-


from Rita Faulk (11-0) (11-0). Her-
ring won over Catherine Ramsey
in the opening round (11-3) (11-3)
to enter the finals.

Guests From Arkansas
Recent guests of Rev. and Mrs.
J. C. Odum were Mrs. Cecil Sut-
ley and children from Arkadelphia,
Arkansas.

Guests of Petermans
Visiting last week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Tony Peterman were Mr.
Peterman's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Peterman of Dothan, Ala.,
and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Enfinger.


Mrs. Flora Long, Past Noble 22 entertained for her in the
Grand of Melody Rebekah Lodge, American Legion Hall in Port St.
Past District Deputy President of Joe.
District Two, Past Assistant Con- The hall was harmoniously dec-
ductor and Past Conductor of the
Rebekah Assembly of Florida, Past orated i yellow roses and tall yel
Advisor of Theta Rho Club No. 10, roses at the base.
the recipient of the coveted award
of "Chivalry" medal which is one The refreshment tables were ex
of the most distinctive recognition quisitely arranged with delicate
of dedicated service offered by the yellow rose buds encircling the
Fellowship of Odd Fellowship, who. punch bowl and large yellow rose?
is currently serving as Warden of frozen in great blocks of ice made
the Rebekah Assembly of Florida, the punch a lovely picture as well
was effectively honored with an as a delectable delight.
informal reception on Sunday at- Boih tables were enhanced by
ternoon, June 13 when the mem- covers of white hand made lace
bers of Melody Rebekah Lodge No. tablecloths over pale green. The
smaller table was fittingly decor-
S-i g ated in an arrangement of the yel-
low roses artistically forming the
three links, symbolizing friendship,
S love and truth.
SMisses Pat McCormick, Past
President of Theta Rho Assembly
of Florida, Linda Davis, Lirda
.".'....Webb, Elaine Sims, Judy Wil-
liams and Susan Gentry poured


$2183.00


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322 Monument Ave.


Phone 227-3737


punch and assisted in serving.
Standing with Mrs. Long in the
receiving line were Mrs. Vera Mc
Neill, color bearer for the Rebekah
Assembly of Florida and Mrs. Lo's
Darniell, assistant conductor of the
Rebekah Assembly of Florida. Mrs.
lIuthl McCormick, Noble Grand of
Melody and Mrs. Hulene Thames,
vice grand assisted in introducing
gucr'ts to each other.

Visitors of Daughter
Misses Marsha and Rachel White
of Bainbridge, Ga., spent last week
here visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde White.


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WHITE BREAD 2loaves 31 C
Jane Parker Delicious 1% lbs. Each
BLUEBERRY PIE each 49c
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BARBECUE SAUCE 28 oz. 39c
Pickle Patch Hamburger Sliced Pint., 6 oz. jars
DILL PICKLES 2 jars 49c


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ICE MILK
MARCAL WHITE TEA

NAPKINS
SULTANA

Pork & Beans


Nabisco Premium
SALTINES lb. 31c
Underwoods
Deviled HAM 4V2 oz. 39c
Aluminum Foil
Reynolds WRAP 25 ft. 35c
Bondware
Paper CUPS 24 hot 49c
Bondware
Paper PLATES 80's 89c
Doles Hawaiian, Pt., 2 Oz.
Pineapple Juice 3 cans 49c
All Flavors 46 Oz.
HI-C DRINKS 3 for $1.00
Maxwell House
Instant Coffee 2 oz. 43c
Chicken of the Sea Solid
WHITE TUNA 7 oz. 43c
Betty Crocker
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3old Medal
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963
351,073, an increase of $9,644,097, "We estimated it would take an
or 5.30:per cent over the previous increase of eight per cent over
fiscal.' the base year of 1960-61 to meet
Collections are $3,048,927, or our needs," Green said. "We fail-
1.56 per cent below the estimate ed to come through during the
of $194,400,000 for fiscal 1962-63, peak period beginning with Janu
the comptroller said. ary."


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CLOSE MILITARY BASES IN Book Out iOn How
SEGREGATED AREAS? To Stop Smoking
I find it difficult to believe that Because temptations to smoke
I have read correctly when I see cigarettes can confront children as
that a Presidential commisison has early as in the third and fourth
recommended that consideration grade school levels, a simple story
be given to closing military bases presenting reasons why it is best
in areas which are segregated. Can not to start smoking is told in a
n s ^ it be that men sufficiently deserv- new illustrated booklet titled, "Jim-
ing of recognition to be named by my Beats A Bad Habit."
the President of the United States The booklet was prepared and
to a Commisison, are completely edited by Margaret W. Hoffman,
blind on the problems of America's who has been actively engaged in
defense? Military bases are not lo- the schools of Florida lecturing to
cated to satisfy prejudice or to older students on the harmful ef-
keep racial problems quiescent, or fects of cigarettes.
for any other reason except the de- The story itself contains no ref
fense of the United States. They erence to cancer, the late manifes-
are located according to the desir- stations of chronic respiratory dam-
ability of training conditions or age or death. However, an explora-
for the necessity of strategic loca- tory manual for adults includes ab-
tion. Cost alone of relocating bases stracts of data on childhood smok-
would run into billions. This sug- ing and answers to questions which
gestion is an insult to the intelli- might be raised by the child upon
gence of the people of the United reading the story.
States and a disservice to the Ad- The booklet is available at no
ministration. It is the kind of thing cost. Parents may obtain a copy of
that destroys confidence in the "Jimmy Beats a Bad Habit" from
Administration at a time when American Cancer Society offices,
Americans need desperately to listed in the regular white sections
find a way to stand together. This of telephone directories of 16 key
less, Commission should have the good cities located throughout Florida.
Box grace to resign in a body for hav- -
ing made such a colossal blunder. Sales Tax For May Shows
9 Failing to do this, they should be 4.65 per Cent Increase
fired outright by the Administra- TALLAHASSEE State Comp-
tion. troller Ray E. Green said this week
TATJune sales and use tax collections
29 AMENDMENTS based on May business totaled $15,-
The Committee of the Council of 764,492, an increase of 4.63 per
SState Governments is stressing cent or $694,492 over the same
three proposed states rights amend- month last year.
ments to the Constitution. If 34 The comptroller said total col-
states approve any of the propos- elections for the fiscal year is $191,-
states approve any of the propos-
als, Congress must call a Constitu-
tional Convention to consider the
change. The amendments would: 1.
Authorize States to amend the
Constitution without Congressional
approval; 2. End all Federal juris-
diction over the apportionment of
seats in State Legislatures; and
3. Set up a Court of the Union,
composed of Chief Justices of the
States. In certain matters affect-
ing Federal-State relationships,
this body could overrule the U. S.
Supreme Court.
Chief Justice Warren and other
Fm E members of the U. S. Supreme
Court are visibly shaken by the :
ii prospect of having their almost dic-'
|a I tatorial powers curtailed. In 24
F States of the Nation, one or both
0g Houses of the Legislature have
g adopted one or more of these pro-
9 posals. Leading advocates in the
T YOUR Florida Legislature have been
EE COPY House Speaker Mallory E. Horne
AT A&P and former Speaker William V.
Chappell, Jr.
some thing. Efforts by Congress to \
limit raids on the Constitution by
the U. S. Supreme Court have Don
been blocked by the liberals. Even This
p i though several measures designed AN l\
. for this purpose have passed the1 Iperso
f House, they died in the Senate. DEAL
Present efforts to go back to the
people and bring about needed re-
form through the state legislatures
is a very good thing.




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All work guaranteed
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Yes, when it comes to savings, IGA is the place to shop.
During this 44c SALE, we are featuring many select items that will
please both taste and budget.
If you don't find what you want in this particular ad, come
in and let us serve you personally. We're sure we will be able to
satisfy your every food need with our large selection of products.
Remember our boss at IGA is YOU the lady who pushes
the cart.


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To Celebrate The Holiday!


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TABLERITE WHOLE No Limit!

FRYERS
FABLERITE QUARTERED
Fryer BREAST
rIABLERITE QUARTERED
Fryer LEGS
TABLERITE SALT PORK
STREAK'O'LEAN
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POUND
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BREESTONE
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GOLDEN RIPE

BANANAS


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WIZARD CHARCOAL
LIGHTER
JEWEL or SWIFTNING
SHORTENING
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KRAFT
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44c

44c

44c

19c

44c

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Kool-Aid 12;


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Quantity Rights Reserved


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THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963









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WILLYOU BE

WHEN You

GETHOME?


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the refrigerator. How about
.you? Imagine opening the
door and walking into cool,
air conditioned comfort. It
costs less than you think.
Phone today. See how you
can be living better with
electric air conditioning for
the rest of the summer.


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WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
June 25, 1963
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida
met this date in regular session
with the following members pres-
ent: A. J. Strickland, Chairman,
Leo Kennedy, S. C. Player, Walter
Graham ana James G. McDaniel.
The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, En-
gineer, Road Superintendent, Mos-
quito Control Supervisor and Civil
Defense Director were also present.
The meeting came to order at
6:30 p.m. The Clerk opened the
meeting with prayer.
B. Roy Gibson, General Man-
ager, St. Joseph's Telephone & Tel-
egraph Company, appeared before
the Board and discussed the pro-
posed utilities right of way regu-
lations. B. A. Pridgeon, Jr., Com-
mercial Manager for said Company
presented a letter setting out said
Company's comments and recom-
mendations as to rights of way for
utilities on county streets and
roads. After discussing this mat-
ter, the Board thanked Mr. Gibson
and Mr. Pridgeon and assured them
that their recommendations would
be considered before the Board
adopts a policy effecting utilities-
rights of way.
Darrell Butler appeared before
the Board and presented a petition
signed by Herring's Bar, Lister's
Court, Jack Prince, The Wonder
Bar, Club 98 and W. E. Butler, re-
questing the Board to adopt a re-
solution extending the legal hours
for the sale of alcoholic beverages.
Mr. Butler then explained that Bay
and Franklin Counties have extend-
ed the hours of sale, thereby creat-
ing a hardship on Gulf County
businesses engaged in selling alco-
holic beverages. Commissioner Ken-
nedy announced that he was op-
posed to this request. Commission-
er Graham then said he would have
to vote against extending the hours
because of his faith in God; that
it is against the laws of his church;
and against his personal beliefs.
The Chairman said that he realizes
that Bay and Franklin Counties
have longer hours of sale and that
this could be a hardship on the
dealers in Gulf County; that in
view of this, he thought it would
be better for the County and those
making this request if the hours
were not extended and then said
he could not support the petition.
Commissioner Player said that he
fully realizes the problem facing
the petitioners but in his opinion
everyone involved will be better
off if no changes were made. Mr.
Butler then stated that in view of
the fact that a majority of the
Board had expressed an opinion
as opposing his request, requested
to withdraw his petition. The peti-
tion was returned to Mr. Butler.
The Clerk informed that Board
that a representative of the Neal
Lumber and Manufacturing Com-
pany informed him that the couh-
ty has not made the proper arrange-
ments to use certain lands owned i
by said Company; that the Com-
pany wanted to help the county in
making available the necessary I
lands to be used as a garbage dis- i
posal area, but that the county has
moved over on company land with-
out an agreement and that the (
county has allowed the State Roadi
Department to remove clay from
this property; after discussion, the v


Chairman announced that mem-
bers-of-the Board will meet with
. LT. Parker of said company at
1:3U p.m., June 2'1 to discuss this
problem.
Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, Director,
Guit County Health department,
appeared Deiore ne Board and in-
formed the Commissioners that
the provisions contained in the
agreement discussed at a previous
meeting with members of this
Board will be carried out by me
ieaitf Department personnel; that
the netire Health Department staft
has agreed to wor min harmony to
bring Gulf County the very oest
program possible. The Dr. said
that her budget for the next fiscal
year would be mailed to the Board
within a few days.
Ma xW. Kilbourn informed the
Board that the State Legislature
passed a law House Bill No. 876)
prohibiting Gulf County from pay-
ing a retainer fee for a county en-
gineer; that this bill was effective
on June 18, 1963. He then request-
ed the County to clarify his posi-
tion with the County as it may be
in jeopardy. The Chairman asked
the attorney to advise the board
as to this new law and asked if
the County could continue the ser-
vices of Mr. Kilbourn. The attorney
advised that the key word used in
the new law was the word "retain-
er"; that in his opinion the county
cannot retain an engineer, nor pay
a retainer fee to an engineer, but
that the County can employ Mr.
Kilbourn, pay him a salary and
specify his duties; that he would
then be an employee of the county
and would not be retained as an
engineer. After considering this
matter for more than an hour,
Commissioner Graham moved to
employ Max W. Kilbourn at a sal-
ary of $150.00 per month, retroac-
tive to June 18, 1963, to perform
the following duties: 1. Examine
all plats to determine that all phy-
sical requirements of the plat
laws have been complied with; 2.
establish that the rights of way
monuments are in place; 3. Inspect
all county street and road construc-
tion and drainage problems; 5. At-
tend all Board meetings, unless ex-
cused, and; 6. To perform any oth-
er duty that may be directed by
the Board. This motion seconded by
Commissioner Player and upon
vote the following voted: AYE:
Graham, Player, Kennedy and the
chairman. NAY: McDaniel. The
Chairman announced that Mr. Max
W. Kilbourn is employed by the
Board of County Commissioners as
per above motion.
The Florida Engineering Assoc-
iates, Inc., presented the plans and
profile for the Lester Subdivision
Streets and the Harden Dairy Road.
Upon motion by Commissioner Gra-
ham, seconded by Commissioner
McDaniel and unanimously carried,
the Board approved said plans for
construction.
C. E. Daniell, Mosquito Control
Supervisor presented his tentative
budget for the next fiscal year and
explained each item of expendi-
ture. After consideration and upon
motion by Commissioner Kennedy,
seconded by Commissioner Graham
and duly carried, the Board tenta-
ively approved said budget call-
ng for a county appropriation of
$36,500.00.
The Board did then discuss all
theirr budgets for the 1963-64 year
with no official action taken.
The Clerk was instructed to ad-
vance Yolanda Strange $15.00 from


County Indigent Funds.
There being no further business
the meeting did then adjourn.
George Y. Core A. J. Strickland
Clerk Chairman


Quarterly SS Forms

Must Be Filed By

End Of July


Quarterly Social Security tax re-
turns must be filed with the Dis-
trict Director of Internal Revenue
by the end of July for the previous
three months, John V. Carey, So-
cial Security Administration Dis-
trict Manager in Panama City, re-
minded employers this week. Work-
ers do not have a choice as to whe-
ther or not Social Security reports
are to be made. Any employer who
fails to report the Social Security
earnings because a worker does
not want them reported will prob-
ably wind up paying the total So-
cial Security tax, 7%1 per cent, to
the Internal Revenue Service.
It is important that Social Se-
curity tax returns be filed on time
and that they be complete. They
must show the correct amount of
earnings paid each worker during


the quarter and his correct name
and Social Security number. Oth-
erwise, the worker and his family
may not be fully protected in the
event of the worker's disability,
retirement, or death.
Earnings of employees of a trade
or business must be reported each
quarter regardless of the amount
of wages paid. Cash wages of do-
mestic employees and other house-
hold workers must be reported by
each employer who pays cash
wages of $50 or more to an employ-
ee during the calendar quarter.
(Farm workers are to be reported
once a year in January for the pre-
ceeding calendar year).
Employers who have questions
about their quarterly Social Secur-
ity reports or have need for tax
reporting forms, should get in
touch with their Internal Revenue
Service office. Questions regarding
Social Security benefits or other
information on Social Security
should be directed to the nearest
Social Security Administration of-
fice.
The Social Security office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, phone
PO 3-5331.

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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church

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

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME




FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS 8. HARRIS, DD., Minister


AN OUTSTANDING VALUE!


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These Prices Good Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, July 3, 5 and 6
Port St. Joe, Florida


[DOUBLE
GRAND PRIZE
STAMPS
Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday


BEEF CHUCK

ROAST

POUND 39c

BEEF
SHORT RIBS

POUND 29c


BEEF 'RIB

STEAK


POUND


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BRISKET
BEEF STEW

POUND19c


FRESH GROUND

BEEF


3 LBS.


99C


Georgia Grade "A" Whole


LB.


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Limit 3 With $2.50 Order or


More -- 59c EACH Without Order


Pet Ritz All Flavors Frozen Horton's Apalachicola Frozen
CreamPies2 For89c SHRIMP Pog. 59c


FLORIDA GRADE 'A' MEDIUM Limit 1 Doz. with $5.00 Order or More

DOZ.
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Luu IJ


Lay's Twin Pack
Potato Chips


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SPARKLO -- Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More NO. 10 JUG

Cooking OIL 89c
BALLARD -- Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More
FL 0 UR 39c
CHASE & SANBORN Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More
COFFEE "CA 49c


Fresh Yellow


CORN
12EARS 39c


FREES


55c


Stokley's
PEARS 25c
Del Monte 20 Oz. Bottles
CATSUP 25c
Chase and Sanborn
INSTANT COFFEE 6 oz. jar 79c
Washing Powders
SUPER SUDS 2 boxes 47c
Stokley's
FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 can 23c
Circus 46 Oz. Cans
Orange and Grape DRINK 3 cans $1.00


8 OZ. PATTIES

0L 0


Ripe Georgia
PEACHES
POUND 9
9C,


FOR


25c


SNo. 1 Yellow
SQUASH
2 POUNDS 19c


If Winner Is Present at 6 p.m. Drawing Friday
$25.00 Free If Winner Is Not Present


200 FREE
Grand Prize Stamps
With This Coupon and Purchase of
$12.50 ORDER
50 FREE
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2 Boxes
KOTEX
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Flordia Gardening


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If you are hunting for the odd
and the unusual, plant the
varieties that present contrasting


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In warm soil zinnia seed germin-
ate within a few days and produce
an easily identifiable seeding that
most likely outgrows the weeds.
However, for fastest flower growth
be sure to pull out the weeds
promptly as they are a hog for
water and plant food.
When zinnia seedlings send
forth their first true leaves, thin
them to stand 8 to 10 inches apart
for the small flowered varieties
and a full 18 inches for the giant.
Delayed thinning will result in
stunted growth and few flowers.
To overcome the horrors of wast-
ing the plants that are thinned,
try planting the seeds about twice
too thick only on half of the seeded
and transplant the thinned plants
to fill the entire bed. This is good
garden psychology. Oft e n the
transplants thrive better and pro
duce flowers quicker than the
undisturbed seedlings.
If you can't bring yourself to
thinning, then it is likely the plants
will grow spindly-tall and will fall
over when decked out with a giant-,
size blossom. If you find yourself
in this predicament then give the
plants something to lean upon.
Green twine attached to green
stakes and strung two-thirds the
height of the plants will help the
flowering plants to stand up and
wave their blossoms skywards.
Space the twine so as to form 6-
inch squares. If you have only a
few spindly plants perhaps it will
be easier to stake each plant and
omit the maze of string.
Inspect the zinnia bed each after-
noon. If there is the slightest sign
of drooping leaves, flood the soil
wetting it well below the last root
of the plants. Don't sprinkle the
leaves of the plant, because you
are inviting trouble from mildew.
If this disease shows up apply
either a sulfur dust or a neutral
copper spray.
For more blossoms, pinch out
the bud of each zinnia plant just
before you think the plant is about
to set a single flower bud. This may
delay flowering a few days, but it
will cause the plant to send up two
or more flowers and add a massive
bank of blossoms rater than a sin-
gle color head.
Finally, for fanciest cut flowers
you have ever seen, try covering


Giant and Super Giant are eye-
catching zinnias with mammoth
size blossoms.
Zinnias are easy to grow. The
main essentials are hot weather
and sunshine. So, select a sunny
spot for the flower bed. Next,
loosen the soil with a spade to a
depth of 12 inches or more. During
Ihe process be sure to remove
invading tree roots from the bed
site. These intruders will give you
grief later by robbing the flowers
of plant food and water, plus
stunting growth.
After cleaning away the bed-site
debris, sprinkle the area with a
generous amount of commercial
fertilizer. Mix the plant food into
the soil and rake the bed smooth
before seeding.
Plant the seed no more than
1-8 inch deep and don't firm the
Ssoil too much. In fact, you can
pack the earth with the light spray
from the garden hose.


EXERCISE A

This is good for limbering up
shoulders and chest and to help
correct round shoulders.
Start with legs together, toes
pointed, knees straight, stom-
ach in, back very straight, chin
in, chest up, shoulders relaxed.
Do not bend elbows.
a. Hold rope
taut, folded in
half; (Fig. 1).
b. Raise arms
over head.
(Fig. 2).
a c. Lower arms
behind you, as
far as you
can go.(Fig. 3)
d. Over head
L y again. (Fig. 2).
e. Drop to
starting posi-
tion. (Fig. 1)
and repeat.
Try it with
. rope folded in
four.
EXERCISE B
Stretches and limbers arms,
legs and torso.
Start in sitting position, legs
together, knees straight, toes
turned up and KEEP them
up. (Rope fold-
ed in quarters).
a. Raise arms
over head, rope
held taut. (Fig.
1).
b. With arms
held straight 4
- reach out
with rope over
the feet. (Fig.
2).
c. Reach for- E"
ward, head
down, elbows
straight, scoot-
ing hands on 3.
floor. Try to
hold rope taut. (Fig. 3).
d. Return to starting position
over head, and repeat up and
down slowly.
EXERCISE C
For suppleness of back,
shoulders, arid leg muscles.
Start with legs together,
knees bent, rope folded into
four parts. Keep head forward,
neck and shoulders relaxed.
a. Place rope
under the met-
tarsal arch and
A PUSH very
slowly with the
heels. (Fig. 1)
Sb. Gradually
Straighten the
legs. Keep toes
up. (Fig. 2). Try
to straighten
^ the legs entire-
ly, finally rest-
ing elbows on
s. floor. (Fig. 3)
c. Slowly, bend-
ing knees, return to starting
position, and repeat.
As you improve fold rope
into eighths.
EXERCISE D
Wonderful for abdominal


some of your plants with cheese-
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and lower back muscles and
balance.
Start in sitting position, legs
straight out, head up, chin in,
shoulders relaxed, arms over-
head, elbows straight. Rope
folded in quarters.
a. Raise arms
straight over-
head, rope taut,
and bend knees -
slowly. (Fig. 1)
b. Lower arms
slowly, keep el-
bows straight, P' "
bring rope for- -
ward over feet.
(Fig. 2)
e. In continuous slow motion
bring rope under knees, gradu-
ally straightening the legs.
(Fig. 3)
d. Resting on buttocks only,
slowly bring rope under thighs
until legs are straight and off
the floor. Shoulders off floor,
too. (Fig. 4)
e. Reverse the action, slowly re-
turning to position in Fig. 1.
EXERCISE E
To improve and maintain
flexibility.
Start in sitting position -
with back straight, legs wide
apart, knees straight, toes up.
(Rope folded into quarters.)
r .a. Reach over.
head, arms
straight, rope
taut. (Fig. 1)
b. Keeping
back straight,
stretch arms
and body for-
ward to the right, reaching out
with rope over right foot.
(Fig. 2)
c. Alternate left and right.
EXERCISE F
For flexibility of hip and leg
muscles.
Sit with back straight, legs
apart, knees straight, toes up,
rope in eighths.
a. Stretch
slowly for-
ward, keeping
back straight,
knees straight,
arms straight, t "&


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rope taut. Go as far forward
as you can without rounding
the back. (Aim at the position
in Fig. 2 with arms and torso
touching floor.) Easy does it!
b. Return to sitting position.
c. Repeat up and down, slowly.
EXERCISE G
For suppleness of shoulders,
waist and hips.
Start by being sure your
posture is correct buttocks
tightly tucked under abdo-
men flat, chest up shoulders
relaxed.
Stand firmly, legs apart.
Arms overhead, elbows straight.
Rope folded in half, held
taut. (Fig. 1)
a. Twist the
body a quarter-
turn to the left.
b. With back
straight, lean
forward left
and touch the
floor, holding
rope taut. (Fig. 2)
c. Return to standing position
facing forward. !
d. Alternate left and right.
EXERCISE H
For flexibility of shoulders,
chest and waist.
Start with perfect posture -
bottom under stomach flat,
chest up, shoulders relaxed.
Stand firmly with legs apart...
arms straight out to the side,
elbows straight, rope single,
wrapped around hands to ad-
just length of rope. It should be
taut and straight at all times.
(Fig. 1)
Do not move feet or bend
knees.
a. Twist the
body left. (Fig.
2)
b. Straighten.
c. Twist the
body right.
d. Straighten.
Repeat and
repeat.
EXERCISE I t
For flexibility and to
strengthen back and abdominal
muscles.
Lie flat on back, legs straight,
arms overhead, rope folded in
half, looped out on floor over-
head. (Fig. 1)



*
a. Inone ontin-
.&,--. uous motion,
swing arms
and body up
and forward,
looping rope
2. out over feet,
head down, hands touching
floor. (Fig. 2)
b. Swing back to prone position
on back.
c. Repeat up and down, up and
down.
As you progress, do this exer.
cise with the rope folded in foie
parts, then in eighths, keepi.
the rope taut.











THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department


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317 Williams Ave.
Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service


FOR SALE: Three bedroom, 1%Y
bath home with living room and
den. Move in with very small down
payment. Call Dr. R. E. King, Ph.
227-3611. tfe-7-4
FOR SALE: 2 story unfurnished 4
bedroom home, 1508 Long Ave.,
$5,500. Also, furnished 2 bedroom
brick home and small apartment,
1031 Long Ave., $11,000. Phone
648-4128. Mira.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on St.
Joe Beach. Carport and storage
room, cypress paneled thruout Will
finance. Call J. C. Traweek at 227-
5927 after 5 p.m. or week ends.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 pjm.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3331 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535.
WANTED: A good reliable person
to supply customers with Raw-
leigh products. Write Rawleigh's,
Dept. FAF 100-127, Memphis, Tenn.
4tp-6-6
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011
for quick expert service. tfc
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
WANTED: salesman to represent
West Florida Enterprises of Tal-
lahassee in this area. Leads provid-
ed. Must be very aggressive. Excel-
lent possibility to earn $175.00 to
$200.00 per week. Draw plus com-
mission. Call William Bell or Miss
Harris at 224-2133, Tallahassee.


IT'S EASY AND SAFE TO MOVE
THE MAYFLOWER WAYI
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house, Aero Mayflower Transit Company
corner Tenth Street and Long places a complete nation-wide long-
Avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren. distance moving service at your
Phone 227-5471. tfc-6-13 command! Whether your move is
a few hundred miles or thousands,
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house the Mayflower System assures sat-
in Oak Grove. $50.00 mo. furnish- isfactory service. If you're planning
ed; $40.00 mo., unfurnished. Phone to move why not call your local
227-8111. tfc 6-13 Mayflower agents, SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, Today. Just
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished Phone 227-2011. Across from the
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. Post Office.
Phone 227-7421. tfc-2-28 SAARITAN LODGE N
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak 0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00 Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059. Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- Noble Grand: Emmett DanieDl
ment for couple only at 1621 Secretary: J. C. Martin.
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
room house. $55.00 per month at ing companions welcome.
1305 Woodward Ave. Phone B. C. Edgar L. Smith High Priest
Gaillard at 227-8396. Roy L. Burch, Secretary


FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot-
tages, furnished on 9th St. Also
2 bedroom unfurnishedO apt. Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tfc
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished
and unfurnished houses in High-
land View. Reasonable. J. D. Clark,
phone 227-7771. tfc-5-30
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house fur-
nished on bluff at Beacon Hill.
$50.00 week. For reservations call
648-4238 or 229-3201. Mrs. L. T.
Arnold. tfe-6-6
FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri-
vate bath, living room and TV
room privilege. 528 corner of Sixth
Street and Woodward Ave. 2tp

Real Estate For Sale
2 bedroom house, Mexico
Beach. Large lot, 100x150. Com-
pletely furnished.
Frame, 2 bedroom house on
highway, St. Joe Beach. Excel-
lent financing by owner.
Frame 3 bedroom house on
Hunter Circle. Presently FHA
financed.
Beach lots, St. Joe Beach and
Mexico Beach.
WANTED-Listings on rental
property, St. Joe and the Beach-
es.

The Pridgeon Agency
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
E. Tom Pridgeon, Reg. Broker
Mrs. Jean Arnold, Reg. Sales.
301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
Phones 227-7741 and 229-3201
FOR SALE: 14 ft. PanaCraft run
about and trailer. Equipped with
windshield and steering wheel. See
at 1707 Garrison Ave. or phone
227-5886. tfc-6-27
FOR SALE: German Shepard blue
book puppies. AKC. $50.00. Ph.
648-4194. 2tp-6-27

FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000
feet floor space. 2 full baths.
large fenced back yard, garage and
utility. Close to school. Well estab-
lished landscaping. 1027 Long Ave.
Contact Ed Ramsey.
FOR SALE: 1962 model sewing
machine and economy type vac-
uum cleaner. Balance owed $48.00.
Make last four payments of $12.00
each. Write credit manager, 280
North, Palafox Street, Pensacola.
Both of the above in very good
condition. 4te-6-27
FOR SALE: 30" Frigidaire electric
range, $25.00. 20" apt. gas range,
$25.00, 39" rollaway bed with mat-
tress, $15.00. 2 2% gal. soda-acid
fire extinguishers, $12.50 ea. R. L.
Fortner, Highway 98 and 6th St.,
Mexico Beach. Phone 648-3241. lc


THERE WILL BE a regular comr
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M.
ROY K BLACKSHEAR, Sec.


NOTICE
Meeting of Tax Equalization
Board
Notice is hereby given that the
City Tax Assessment Roll for the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, for
the year 1963, will be submitted
to the Tax Equalizing Board for ap-
proval on the 16th day of July A.D.
1963, at the City Hall at 7:00 p.m.
All persons desiring to have cor-
rections made in such rolls, whe-
ther in the listing, valuation of pro-
perty or otherwise, are requested
to file with the undersigned on or
before the 16th day of July, 1963,
their petition setting forth their
objections to such assessment and
the corrections which they desire
to have made.
WITNESS my hand and the of-
ficial seal of the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, this 1st day of July,
A.D. 1963.
J. B. WILLIAMS 2t
City Auditor and Clerk,
as Ex-Officio Tax Assessor

NOTICE
Effective this date, I will no
longer be responsible for any debts
other than those incurred by me.
EARNEST RHAMES, Jr.
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

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Florida's New Medical Assistance for

Aged Goes Into Effect This Week


Medical Assistance for The Aged
started this week. It is the new
Florida public assistance program
based on the Kerr-Mills amend-
ments to the national public as-
sistance laws. The two and a half
million dollar aid program is ad-
ministered through the 12 welfare
districts of Florida's State Depart-
ment of Public Welfare. The bene-
fits are limited to hospital care for
acute illness or injury, and to
home nursing care following any
hospital care.
It is intended to help U. S. citi-
zens who are 65 or older, reside in
Florida, and who have enough in-


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Consult him for all health products.

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Governor Farris Bryant on his


'Florida Greeter' Program

We Are Proud To Cooperate With The Governor In This Project And

WE INVITE ALL OUR CUSTOMERS IN THE

PORT ST. JOE AREA

To Also Cooperate By
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Which has been Greeting Newcomers to Florida Cities since 1950

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Mabel's Beauty Shop
1109 Monument Ave.
St. Joe Motor Company
322 Monument Ave.

Florida National Bank
502 Fifth St.

Vida's Cafe
307 Reid Ave.

Murdock's Radio and TV
411 Reid Ave.
Pridgeon Insurance Agency
301 Williams Ave.
Campbell's Drug Store
210 Reid Ave.


come for food, shelter, clothing
and personal expenses, but who
cannot pay for needed medical
care without depriving themselves
of such necessities.
The 1963 legislature provided
one million dollars for this year
(fiscal 1963-64) which is matched
by one and a half million dollars
federal funds. While approving its
new operation budget covering this
program, the State Welfare Board
set the specific eligibility require-
ments:
A person will not be eligible un-
less he has received hospitalization
within the last two months, or rea-
sonably anticipates receiving hos-
pitalization within 30 days from
the date of application.
The annual income may not ex-
ceed $1,200 for one person or $2,-
400 for a man and wife.
The applicant may have a home-
stead; the cash value of other re-
sources may not exceed $1,000 for
one person or $2,000 for a couple,
excluding $750 per person cash val-
ue of life insurance.
The person must be at least 65,
reside in Florida, be a U. S. citi-
zen, and not be receiving any oth-
er public assistance from the Flor-
ida Department of Public Welfare.
If eligible there are two benefits:
(1) Payments for hospital care of
acute illness or injury will be made
directly to the hospital, for not
more than 30 days of care in any
year,
(2) Following any hospital care,
for all the home nursing care vis-
its prescribed by a physician, dur-
ing the first 30 days following the
date of discharge from a hospital,
payments will be made directly to
the vendor of the home nursing
care service.

Cove Church To

Feature Concert


Bob Pressley, minister of music
at the Cove Baptist Church in Pan-
ama City will present a gospel
concert at the evening service of
the Cove Baptist Church at 7:30
p.m., Central Daylight Time on
July 7.
Mr. Pressley assisted with the
revival at the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church in Port St. Joe in the
early spring of this year, as minis-
ter of music and choir director.
Anyone who has heard Pressley
sing will not want to miss this
concert. A cordial invitation is ex-
)tended to everyone to attend this
I service. The Cove Baptist Church
is located on North MacArthur
Avenue between Cherry Street and
East Second Street near the Cove
Shopping Center.
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