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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR

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


TWENTY-NINTH YEAR


FOT' ST. JOE. FLORIDA 32456. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1965


Owens, Prince, Ramsey


Nominated To Serve


On Board of Trustees

less than 500 of Gulf County's A
5,000 registered voters went to the
polls Tuesday to select three mem- Freholders Vote
bears for the Board of Trustees of
the Gulf County School Board. For 10-Mill Tax Levy
Only one incumbent of the
Board, Mrs. Jack Prince, was seek- Gulf County tax paying freehol-
ing re-election. ders voted Tuesday to continue the
Ih the Trustee election, voters in'10-mill levy for financing the oper-
' Wewahitchka cast. more ballots nation of the Gulf County Public
than were cast in Port St. Joe. We- Schools. This 10-mill levy is in ad-
wahitchka cast 247 ballots while edition to the regular 10-mill levy
thetPort St. Joe area cast 212. allowed by Florida law. The second
Elected to serve as Trustees for levy must be approved by the tax
the:next two years were D. L. "Bo- paying freeholders every two years.
bo" Owens of Wewahitchka, Mrs. It is, in effect ,a voluntary tax.
J..ck r:inic of Beacon Hill and The millage voted on Tuesday
Wcsley R. Ramsey of Port St. Joe. has already been added to the tax
Voting throughout the county bill and will not be an additional
was light until up in the afternoon levy on top of the tax bill you re-
when the pace began to pick up. In ceived in October.
Port St. Joe at 3:00 p.m., only 47 A total of 261 tax paying free-
votes had been cast. holders approved of the levy. There
Other candidates seeking one of were 41 other votes cast for various


the three Trustee seats were Carl
Dean and A. J. Strickland all of
Wewahitchka.
Five write-in candidates received
one vote each in Port St. Joe. They
were Mrs. W. D. Jones, Charles
Smith, Wade Barrier, Rebert Ned-
ley and Bob Fox.
The votes by candidate and poll-
ing places were as follows.
Wewa PSJ Tot
Carl Dean------ 73 87 160
D. L. Owens ____ 138 86 224
Mrs. Jack Prince 122 185 307
Wesley R. Ramsey 81 199 280
A A. J. Strickland 137 78 215


Junior Class, Play
SMon ,ay and Tuesday

SThe Junior Class of Port St. Joe
High School will present "The
Curious Savage", a three act mod-
ern comedy, by John Patrick, on
Monday and Tuesday of next week.
The play will be staged in the
High School Auditorium.
Admission to the play is $1.00
for adults and 50c for children.
fThe cast cqthe play includes:
Ethel P. Savage, Judy Herring.
Titu` Savage, Jerry Swan.
Mrs. Petty, Iva Jane Parker.
Lily Bell, Marsha Murry
Samuel Savage, Alan Richardson.
Miss Willie, Sharon Poole.
Dr. Emmett, Bill Hutchins.
Jeff, Randy Armstrong.
Hannibal, Clifford Whitmore.
Fairy May, Sherry Thornton.
Florence, Gilda Gilbert.
This play pits the real against
the unreal 'and the sane against
the unsane. The setting is a sani-
torium and when you see the play
you will feel that the insane peo-
ple are sane and the sane people
are insane or something like
that.


Santa Comes to Port St. Joe


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SANTA GI
his anm


mill levys, one even voted for Sen- St. Joe
ator George Tapper's recommended and acc
extra one cent sales tax program
made public last week.


The Star Will Print
Letters to Santa Claus -
Again this year The Star will
print all letters to Santa Claus
in our issue immediately prior to
,Christmas.
All letters received will be
printed in The Star and then for-
warded on to Santa Claus so that
he will receive thenm.jn time for
-fillir for; Christmas deli-;ary.
Ai1 letters to Santa 'Clous
should be addressed to P.O,. Box
308.
Get your letter in early boys
and girls, and then look for it
in the December 23 issue of The
Star.

Much Damage Results
From Saturday Wreck
An estimated $5,000.00 in dam-
ages resulted from an early morn- -
ing automobile wreck. The accident -
occurred in front of the St. Joe Mo- i iii
tor Company at about 2:30 a. m.
Saturday and damaged two new [-
cars, completely demolished a pick-
up truck, damaged the St. Joe Mo- PART OF
tor Company building and wrecked picked u
the automobile causing the acci- Reid Av
dent beyond repair.
According to police officers, an l
auto driven by John Mack Harrell Shark
played into a parked pick-up and
a new Comet sedan in the front of Their
the automobile agency. The Comet
was npshed intn o npw Fnrd ann


into the front of the St. Joe Motor
building tearing up a tire changer
and damaging a set of big double
doors.


JEWELRY CASE BROKEN OPEN-A glass show case containing sev-
eral items of assorted jewelry was broken open and a large amount
Sof watches and jewelry taken out. Note the broken hasp with lock
still attached in the circle. -Star photo


REETS PORT ST. JOE-Santa Claus made
ual visit to children of all ages in Port
Saturday morning in a gigantic parade
ompanied by beautiful weather for the


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annual event. Santa is pictured above atop his
sled-float waving to children in the crowds watch-
ing him go by. -Star photo


And So Do the People!


THE HUGE CROWD-The Star camera
ip this sample of the crowds that lined
'enue for five blocks Saturday morning


to 'welcome Santa Claus to Port St. Joe. The
crowd was estimated to be in the neighborhood
of 5,000 people. -Star photo


The City Commission received-''"
bids from six construction com-
panies Tuesday to construct addi- ,Uea
tions to the water and system. H
The jobs will include a new
treated water storage tank and ad- Ap
editions to the sewage pipe-line
transportation system to facilitate
handling of peak loads during the e
ed a 1
rainy seasons. e
Apparent low bidder on thete pre
work was the Alpine Construc- the wa
tion Company of Birmingham, The
Alabama, with a bid of $64,473. has bee
The next low bidder was Moye this fac
Construction Company of De- the pr(
Land with a bid of $72,750. The far eno
bids ranged up to a high of $96- tory wa
110, bid by the Chilton Construc- ion.
tion Company of Dunedin. The i
Smith and Gillespie Engineer- order t
ing Company of Jacksonville, who out of v
is handling the project for the is to be
City, had estimated the cost of rated
the job at $75,143.00. at a rat
Mayor Frank Hannon told the Ions pe
bidders present that the City would filter b
not act on the matter at the pres- This
ent time, but would take all bids, with th
companies and their bonding com- ty, but
panies under advisement and then because
award their contract by the next
meeting night, December 21.


lth Department

proves Work

City of Port St. Joe receiv-
etter this week approving
sently proposed additions to
;er treatment plant.
letter stated that the City
en in need of expansion of
eility and pointed out that
esent expansion didn't go.
ugh for completely satisfac-
ater service, in their opin-

letter recommended that in
o get the maximum benefit
what was on hand and what
e built, that the plant be op-
on a more continuous basis
;e of not more than two gal-
r minute per square foot of
ed area.
is what the City plans to do
ie additional storage facili-
could not do so in the past
Sof lack of storage space.
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Tax Collector Lists
I In other areas of business the istf Money
City voted to .. stribution of Money
SGive all City. employees possible
Thursday and Fridayt'ff-::prior to
Thursday and Fridaybff p-ior to Gulf County Tax Collector, Har-
Christmas, with pay. 'This motion land O. Pridgeon stated this week
S. that all but 12 percent of the taxes
was made by Commissioner Fox. billed for during the current year
Voted to buy a two-way radio for have already been collected and
2 the police car. The radio will be distributed to different branches
on the frequency of the Gulf Coun- of county government.
ty Sheriff's department of county government.
ty Sheriff's department. Pridgeon had billed out $848,-
Voted to purchase a new addres- Pridgeon had billed out $848,-
SoVoted to purchase a new addres- 106.67. Collected to date is $732,-
sograph for the City billing depart- 542.36. Discounts that have been
et.542.36. Discounts that have been
Sme. taken for early payment amounts
to $30,519.36. Pridgeon said that
Garden Club Will Sponsor $85,134.95 in taxes remains to be
Sale Saturday Morning collected.
The taxes collected have been
The Port St. Joe Garden Club distributed as follows: County Gen.
will have a sale of articles suitable eral Fund, $124,432.06; Fine and
for Christmas gifts, Saturday morn- Forfeiture Fund, $42,420.03; Road
ing at 10:00 o'clock in the St. Joe and Bridge Fund, $141,400.06; Capi-
Hardware C o m p any appliance tal Outlay, $70,700.04; Gulf County
building. Health Unit ,$21,210.00; Gulf Coun-
Items for sale will include ap- ty Free Library Fund, $14,140.01;
rons, house slippers, cakes, candy, Dead Lakes Water Management
candles, Christmas stockings, white District, $7,070.01; Gulf County
elephants and various other items. School Board, $311,080.15.


:s Take Three Cage Wins During

First Three Outings of Season


The Port St. Joe Sharks began with a victory. The Sharks repeat-
their 1965-66 basketball season Fri- ed their winning Saturday night
day night of last week against the against Rutherford and made win-
Altha Wildcats and came home ning a habit Tuesday night, with
a rout of Apalachicola.:
Senior Jake Belin led the Sharks
Thieves Take $2300 in in their first victory with 21 points.
Tall David Macomber was close be-
Merchandise from Store hind with 19 points. Macomber
S- led the Shark defense with 23 re-
Late Wednesday night, thieves bounds.
broke into a variety jewelry store Te ks t a 1 l
The Sharks took a 14-5 lead at
in the Creech Laundromat build- t c o
the close of the first period and
ing on Williams Avenue and stole
were never behind.
approximately $2,300.00 worth of Te Sharks k gbe by
merchandise, according to local po- m n o 6 to 5
margin of 65- to 51.
lice.
The break-in was reported to lo- St. Joe fg ft tp Altha fg ff tp
cal police Thursday morning, when 3elin 9 3 21 Granger 9 3 21
Sp ch d .VW'comb'r 8 3 19 Peacock 0 2 2
Gus Creech opened the business Lee 7 0 14 White 1 0 2
for the day and found merchandise Ray 2 0 4 Edenfield 2 1 5
all over the floor and several locks Oaks 1 3 5 Donalds'n 6 1 13
forced in the variety store section Maddox 1 0 2 Edenfield 2 4 8
of the business. Part of the busi- Score by Quarters:
Port St. Joe ___- 14 17 19 15-65
ness is an all night coin operated Altha 5 11 4 31-51
laundry.
Taken from the, store were a Saturday night, the Sharks took I
number of watches, transistor ra- the Rutherford Rams to task and
dios, jewelry, silverware and items clipped them 60-42 on the local
of men's and ladies' clothing. court.
In addition to the merchandise Three Sharks hit in the double
stolen, a music box and a pinball figures with David Macomber lead-
machine had been forcibly entered, ing the way with 22 points. Jake
but Creech said that the coin boxes Belin put 20 markers through the
had been emptied the night before, nets and David Lee tucked away
Kenneth Creech, the operator of 14 points.
the business, said that he empties Once again the Sharks took a
the coin boxes every night, two to one first quarter lead and
Police still have made no ar- stayed ahead the entire game.
rests in connection with the bur- Macomber was again the Shark
glary, but are still working on the of the backboards with 18 re-
case. (Continued On Page 8)


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MARCH OF DIMES WORKERS-Posing above with
this year's March of Dimes poster are leaders in
the Mother's March activity of the drive. From


left to right are, Mrs. Wayne Biggs, Mrs. John
Scott, Mrs. Jerry Sullivan, Mrs. W. H. Weeks
and Mrs. Norris Daniells. -Star photo


Sorority to Conduct March of Dimes

The two local chapters of Beta tions for the March. View; Mrs. Roy Maddox, service
Sigma Phi will sponsor the annual Officers for the drive with Mrs. chairman of Xi Epsilon Kappa; Mrs.
Mother's March for the March of Daniells are Mrs. Wayne Biggs, co- Joe Duggar, service chairman of
Dimes to be held January 27. chairman of White City, Mrs. John Eta Upsilon; Mrs. Ronnie Young,
Mrs. Norris Daniels, chairman for; Scott, Xi Epsilon Kappa, Mrs. Jerry co-chairman of Oak Grove and Mrs.
Gulf County, met recently with her Sullivan of Eta Uphilon, Mrs. W. L. T. Arnold, co-chairman of Bea-
:o-chairmen to make final prepara- H. Weeks, co-chairman of Highland con Hill.


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


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NUMBER 13


City Receives Bids



For Improvements



To Water, Sewer


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965


MISS NELLIE VIRGINIA CLARK


Engagement Announced


Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark an-
nounce the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Nellie Virginia, to
William Cham Schofield, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schfbfield,
Sr., of Gainesville, Fla.
Miss Clark is presently attend-


VITRO WIVES TO HAVE THEIR
,CHRISTMAS PARTY ON DEC. 14
The. Viro Wives Club will hold
their Christmas party at the- home
of Mrs. Robert Stebel, White City
at 7:30 p. m., Tuesday, Dec. 14.
Hostesses for the occasion will be
'Mrs. Stebel, Mrs. James R. Watts
and Mrs. Robert D. Whitfield.




Menu

Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, December 13
Beef hash, buttered spinach, cel
ery sticks, orange cake, white
bread, butter and milk.
Tuesday, December 14
Shepherd's pie, peas and carrots
apple and raisin salad, chocolate
drop'cookies ,white' bread, butter
and milk.
Wednesday, December 15
Baked beans with franks, tur-
nip greens, peaches, corn bread,
butter and milk.
Thursday, December 16
Christmas Lunch
Turkey and dressing, giblet gra-
-vy, snap beans, crab apples, Christ-
mas cake, candy and nut cup, par-
-ker house rolls and milk.
Friday, December 17
Tuna fish salad, green beans,
cabbage slaw,-pear salad, bread,
butter and milk.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN---- THE STAR


Mon.-Fri. --_ Open 6:30 EST
Sat. & Sun. __ Open 1:30 EST
THURSDAY FRIDAY

"ONCE A THIEF"
With Ann Margaret and Van
Heflin in scope.

SATURDAY ONLY
DOUBLE FEATURE
HI TNO. 1
"DRAGSTRIP RIOT"
HIT NO. 2
"ROAD RACERS"

SUN. MON. TUES.
IT'S THE BEACH PARTY
GANG with FRANKIE and
ANNETTE swinging it up in
SGT. DEADHEAD
"THE ASTRONAUT"
With Harvey Lembeck and the
Rat Pack.


ing Florida State University and
Mr. Schofield is a student at the
University of Florida.
The wedding will be an event
of December 31, at 3:00 p. m., in
the Long Avenue Baptist Church.
All friends and relatives are in-
vited.


lowing merchants and individuals
who so generously donated to the
Thrift Shop during the month of
November:
WJOE, West Florida Gas, The
Star, DeLuxe Laundry and Dry
Cleaners, Ruckman's Shoe Repair,
Boyles Department Store, Rich and
Sons, Costin's Department Store,
Carp and' Company.
Also, Mrs. Elsie Blount, Mrs. Ber-
nice Wager, Mrs. Tom Owens, Mrs.



Bowling


News
Guys and Dolls
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Florida Bank
take all four games from 13-Mile
Oyster Co. with Joe Davis bowling
high for Florida Bank with a 204
game and a 554 series. Lamar
Moore had a 208 game and 545 se-
ries. Joy Nell Davis added a 493
series and Sue moore a 485. Wayne
Ward bowled high for 13-Mile with
a 521 series and Martha Ward add-
ed a 508. Donna Ward had a 180
game and a 468 series. Buddy Ward
had a 400.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw St. Joe Steve-
dores and Team No. 2 meet with
the Stevedores taking three and
No. 2 taking 1. Ruby Lucas bowled
high for the Stevedores with a 226
game and a 555 series, followed by
Eddie Palagyi with a 530. Mary
Harrison added a 492. Wayne
Smith, substituting, had a 543 se-
ries for Team No. 2. Bill Whitfield,
a new bowler on our Friday Night
league, had a 232 game and a 531
series. Mary Whitfield, also new on
our league, had a 523 series.
St. Joe Furniture and United
Real Estate met on lanes 5 and 6
and St. Joe Furniture took three
games and United one. Colin
Tharpe bowled high for St. Joe


May, Mrs. Benton Hamm, Mrs. Ag-
nes Culpepper, Mrs. Henry Camp-
bell, Mrs. Ann Hammock, Miss
Clara Pate, Mrs. J. B. Stafford,
Mrs. B. Huckeba, Mrs. Jan Wright,
Mrs. Clarice Whaley, Mrs. Deda
Gilbert, Mrs. Ruth Nance, Mrs. Bob
Congleton.
The Thrift Shop workers for
Saturday, December 11, are Mrs.
Lawrence Bissett, Mrs. Sid Brown,
Mrs. Frank Pate.

Furniture with a 213 game and 535
series. Barbara Tharpe had a good
night with two games of 172 and a
506 series. Vance Rogers added a
496 and Elise Rogers 425. Jim Bea-
man bowled high for United with
a'185 game and a 513 series. Con-
nie Kirkland had a 495 and Francis
Kirkland 490. Loyce Beaman add-
ed a 489.
Standings: W. L.
Florida Bank 40 8
13-Mile Oyster Co. ______ 33 15
St. Joe Furniture ________ 25 23
United Real Estate ------ 21 27
St. Joe Stevedores ----- 21 27
Team No. 2 6 42
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BRIDE-ELECT HONORED-Miss Nellie Clark, sec-
ond from left, bride-elect of December 31, was
honored at an afternoon coffee in the home of
Mrs. J. J. Pippin Saturday. Pictured above, left


Bride-Elect Is Say

Honored At Coffee
Miss Nellie Clark, bride-elect,
whose wedding to Bill Schofield
will be an event of December 31,
was honored with an afternoon cof-
fee in the home of Mrs. J. J. Pip-
pin, Sr., at St. Joe Beach, Saturday,
December 4th.
The bride's table was beautifully
decorated with creamy mums and
cedar sprigs. A novel corsage of
mums with a miniature bride and
groom, dove and wedding bells was
presented to the honoree.
The following guests came and
enjoyed the occasion with the hon-
oree: Mrs. J. D. Clark, her mother; .
,Mrs. Robert Montgomery, Mrs. T.
R. Richards, Mrs. Olen Roney, and
Miss Linda Price and Miss Carole
Jackson of Tallahassee.
The hostess presented the hon-
oree with gifts of china.

Visiting In Fort Walton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Graves are
visiting with friends and relatives
in Fort Walton.

Visitor From South Carolina
Mrs. Hayne Herndon from Hamp-
ton, S. C., visited here last week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Jones.


to right are, Mrs. Olen Roney, sister of the bride
elect, Miss Clark, Mrs. J. D. Clark, mother of the
bride-elect and Mrs. J. J. Pippin, the hostess.


SYou Saw It In The Star -


Hospital Auxiliary Expresses Gratitude

For Merchandise Given to Thrift Shop
The Hospital Auxiliary wishes to 'Louise Thompson, Mrs. B. Black-
express its appreciation to the fol- well, Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Mrs. Dave


PAY ONLY


$3.50 a week
with acceptable
trade


Golden Agers Making
Plans for Xmas Party
The Golden Agers met Monday
night at 7:00 p.m. in the Stac House
for their regular meeting. Mrs.
Elizabeth Montgomery, president,
presided Mrs. W. J. Daughtry op-
ened the meeting with prayer.
A short business session was held
with the treasurer's report being
given. Plans fo rthe Christmas par-
ty were completed. The party will
be held December 21 at 7:00 p.m.
at the Stac House.
The club held an auction sale
with Mrs. Susie Chason as auction-
eer. The sale helped to replace
money that has been spent for club
activities.
There were eight members pres-
ent with, one new member, Lafay-
ette Kilbourn joining the club.

SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAFF


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St. Joe Hardware Co.


READ THE CLASSIFIED


Prize winners in the annual Christmas parade are shown above
collecting their prize money from R. G. Boyles, chairman of the
Retail Mechant's Division. From left to right are C. E. Daniell,
representing the American Legion, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey, repre-
senting the Garden Club, Mrs. Ted Cannon and Mrs. Norris Daniell,
representing the Beta Sigma Phi, Boyles and Edward Smith, another
American Legion representative.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965

Craig Tells Rotary Club That Schools
Mean Much to Economics of Area
Superintendent of Public Instruc- services ,etc., and $821,950.00 into
tion, Marion Craig spoke to the Ro- the county economy as a whole.
tary.Club on Thursday of last week The Superintendent pointed ou'
telling the club members of the that this amounted to as much as
economic impact of the school sys- the payroll from a small industry
tem on the local economy and of comparable to the size of the Glid.
the returns for the tax dollar, den Company plant in Port St. Joe.
Craig pointed out that Gulf Coun- Craig said that the new govern
ty tax payers put $290,000 into the ment program for aid to education
school system during the past year. for underprivileged children will
State and government sources of not mean much to Gulf County as
income made up the remainder of there are only 393 children in the
the million dollar budget. I entire county who can qualify from
As an economic factor in the an economic standpoint for the
Port St. Joe economy, Craig said funds.
that the School Board put $586,- Guest of the club was Represen-
859.00 into this area in salaries, *ative Ben C. Williams.


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Cocoa Is Home of Watching Everything
That Flies; From Missiles to Birds
By, Russell Kay Ibon Society's annual Christmas
I knew that Cocoa was the world's Bird Count ,probably the world's
No. 1 location for rocket and mis- greatest cooperative survey of wild-
sile watching but it took the cur- life.
rent issue of Reader's Digest to as- m t ,
quaint me with the fact that this Last year more than 12,000 peo-
famed.community holds equal dis- ple at over 700 sites in the 50 states
tinction among Bird Watchers. and Canada took part, some spend-
ing up to 20 straight hours braving
You may not know it, but Cocoa, the elements from Alaska to Key
Florida, has held the National Bird West and Cape Breton, Nova Sco-
Count title for 10 years. Under the tia, to Honolulu, patrolling shores,
direction of Allan D. Cruickshank, marshes, plains, deserts, tundra,
the National Audubon Society's-re- woodlands and waterways, looking
nowned nature photographer, the for birds and enjoying every min-
Cocoa team scouts a 176 square ute of it..
mile area, a circle with a 15 mile "
diameter, allowed to each group: The day of the count begins
which includes bothamateurs andearly, around 3:45 a. m., and lasts.
professionals until -welLafter dark. Groups are
made up of "bird dogs" who flush
Late in December and early in the species from the bush, and
January, thousands of North Ameri- "spotters" -- professionals -w ho
cans spend their holiday season know htindreds of birds by their
diligently searching for birds as calls and. by their flight and can
participants in the national Audu- identify them.in a split second,, re-
LbY k,


Some members have become so
adept at bird calling that it is dif-
ficult to tell them from the actual
birds. A group once followed
Cruickshank, who was warbling
through a park area, thinking they
were on the trail of a rare speci-
men.
Last year Cocoa's 49 counters
covered 800 miles by car, truck,
jeep, on foot or in canoes and saw
more than 150,000 birds, achieving
a record total'of 204 different spe-
cies.
It takes, several weeks to get re-
ports in from areas over the coun-
try but after records and reports
were checked and rechecked, Co-
coa, Florida, retained its coveted
title. The nearest competitor was
Tomales Bay, Cilif., reporting 186
species sighted. Freeport, Texas,
183; Everglades National Park,
174; San Diego, Calif., 173, and so
on down the long list of 723 offi-
cial counts.
For dogged determination in the
effort, the piize must go to Ramon
Burron of Cambridge Bay in Can-
ada's frozen northern territories. In,


Port St. Joe High School
Ialacac UMnnnv PAll


Eta Upsilon Chapter Met Tuesday
Night In Home of Mrs. Robert Nedley


*l1wil MJ a EI VIIVM I MIVI I1 The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta that the annual Christmas party
Sigma Phi met December 7, in the will be held Friday night, Decem-
Following is the St. Joe High 11th Grade-Tommy Atchison. home of Charlotte Nedley ,hostessber 10 at Van Horn' Th two lo-
School honor roll for the third 12th Grade-Jake Belin. for. the evening. The president,
6-weeks: Shirley Daniels, presided over the cal chapters of Beta Sigma Phi
A and B Honor Roll meeting. will combine for this event.
All A 7th Grade-Steve Macomber, La- After the roll call and reading
7th Grade-Holly Hendrix. Donna Dawson, Deborah Mallett, After te rol call d rea g Virginia Cannon, chairman of the
9th Grade-Cookie Fendley. Howard McKinnon, Michael Wim- o da Sullivan, the committee rer float committee, reported that the
-Lynda Sullivan, the committee re-
10th Grade-Rebecca Hendrix. berly, Marsha Player, Lynn Knox, ports were submitted. sorority float tied with the Ameri-
Carol Parker, Eddie Holland, Midge The social committee reported can Legion float for first place in
temperatures as low as 50 degrees Howell, Charles Britt. the annual Jaycee Christmas Par-
below zero and after trudging all 8th .Grade Judy Stone;:Karia J Fendleyadea
day through foot deep snow, Bur- Strobel, Susan Peak, Brenda -Wall, 1ndrew Le w B ey Creamer, ade
ron finally spotted a single species Angelyn Colvin, Laura Guilford, Altetters, e MCormick Sheray The cultural part of the meeting
on the icy tundras: a flock of 11 Janice Coatney,' Shirley 'Cintley, Ahbtont, u e M rmi re insisted of a very enjoyable talk
ptarmigan, a strange white grouse Larry Sewell, Dale Little, Linda ,hornton, Judy Herring, Muriel on "Interior Decoration" given by
of the arctic, but he dutifully filed Tharpe, Katherine Sutton. Mdver Gida GilRasm sen, Je Sara Peters. The meeting was then
^report-. N\ 9.th Gride-Deda Gilbert, Shirleyike Wes- adjourned and delicious refresh-
..rhGrde-DedaGilbert, Shirley ton, Vicki McGill Randy Arm- ments were served by the hotess.
:In Colorado a group faced bone- Tharpe, Dianne Dawson, Jeannine strong.
chilling winds and below zero Brift, Karol Altstaetter, Linda ,12th Grade-Billy Antley, Linda The next meeting will be -held
weather, to make :their way .up. Byrd, Cathy.Boone, Pauline McLeni, Graham, Carol Wager, Julia Ann December 21 at the home of Betty
Pike's Peak. Their total score for don.. i Boyett, Carla Herring, Renfa'Petty, Lewis. Faye Hudson will have-the
the daywas two common ravens. 10th Grade -, Rebecca Hami, Karen Stripling, Ronnie Atchison, cultural program.
Cocoa is out to win again this John White, Patty Strobel, Diane JoAnne Fite, Babara Lewis, Jasque .----_- --. .
year and is already studying maps Tripp, Sharon Davis, Dorothy Sut-' Price, Catherine Ramsey, Sherry SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
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Xi Epsilon Kappa Group THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965
Meets With Mrs. Freeman


Dodson Tells Kiwanis Club About

Ch nges Made In U. S. Currency
Walter Dodson, president of the tell a good counterfeit
Florida National Bank, spoke to beside a good bill.
the 'Kiwanis Club Tuesday andresting side
gave-them the low-down on thefact that the slogan "
changing money characteristics in T st" fst aeae o
Trust" first appeared oi
the fiation today.
can coin right after the


Dodson called attention to the More coins carried the slogan as
changes madein bills recently by time went by and in 1955 a bill
the treasury department. The paper was passed requiring all U. S.
money is no longer gold or silver money to carry the slogan.
certificates but are now treasury T
notes, with:.the same governmental The change in the metal content
backing asm government bonds Dod- of coins has been brought about by
ason tgold a Club that the olds old the shortage of silver, according to
son told .heaClub that the old gold D A th m s
certificateS carried a seal prizited Dodson. Actually the metal is not
in r'd onapbills and the silver n short supply but the mining
certificates cried a seal printed process has become so expensive
certf rates red a seal prin that it is prohibitive to use silver
in b:e. in coins because of the cost in ob-
In:talking of the change in bills,, taking the metal. He said that only
Dodson said,'that it is almost iiin- two countries, Switzerland and
possible for 'the laymani'o tell tihe' Ciiada, now use an' appreciable
differencefb'etween a good bill and amount d'f silvbtr ir' 'coins'. Most
a coiteifefeit bill. Most counterfeits other couintfies have virtually aban-


are recognized when the
retired 'due, to age and
that'they are too worn to'
more:. He 'said it is even


The Xi Epsilon Kappa chapter
of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday
night in the home of Mrs. Greta
Freeman with nine members pres-
ent.
The vice-president, Mrs. Delores
Cox, presided, in the absence of
Mrs. Sammie Dean. The business
portion of the meeting followed
with all committees reporting on
their planned work.


The Xi Epsilon Kappa and the
Eta Upsilon Chapters will combine
their Christmas parties and Mrs.
Wandis Scott, social chairman, re-
ported on this party, which will be
held December 10 at Van Horn's
and will be formal.
Mrs. Delores Cox presented the
cultural program which was en-
titled, "Creative Writing". A social
time followed.
The next'meeting will be Decem-
ber 21 in the home of Mrs. June


Gay.


bills are' doned silver as a coin material.'
the :fact( Guests of' the'club 'were Jean Andrew Lewis from the Key Club
uise' any'' Maddox and Carol Mapes from the and Horace:O'Shields from Panama
hard tb Keyettes Club, Boyd Merritt and City.


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LAST WEEK'S FEATURE
PRICES STILL GOOD!
Dear friends:
The heading above tells a happy
-story of Holiday Savings. We urge
you to see for yourself.
IN THE MAIL-Mostly bills,
bills, bills (getting close to 10th).
ABOUT FLOWERS-We're so
proud of our one little red rose
bush situated in a secluded corner
of our beach tepee After
blooming every month since spring
it's trying its best to bloom for
Christmas. Now displaying new
buds. There's a thoughful les-
son in nature for us folks, don't
you think!
ABOUT OUTER SPACE and
MOON MONEY, ORBITING and
ETC.-Do you feel that the fan-
tastic amount of money spent to
explore the mind and habits of us
humans might result in far greater
accomplishment? How many of us
prefer to "keep our feet on the
ground"?
S'long. -RGB

Methodist WSCS Met In
Fellowship Hall Monday
The- members of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service met in
the Fellowship Hall of the First
Methodist Church on Monday after-
noon, December 6 for their busi-
ness and program meeting.
Mrs. Charles Browne, program
leader, opened the meeting with
prayer.
Copies of some of the great
paintings of the Nativity were dis-
played and used in the program,
"Symbols in Christmas Art". Scrip-
ture was read by Miss Carrie Gib-
son from the books of Isaiah, Luke
and Matthew. The group sang
Christmas carols at special inter-
vals and closed the program with'
a benediction read in unison.
After a short business session
was held, the meeting was adjourn-
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THE STAR
Published Evrry Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jo. Florida,
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Editorial -


Property ReVluatiGon Poses Problems
We may be in trouble ... or maybe wie-should say more
trouble.
According to the papers Tuesday, all counties have re-
ceived notification to revalue property before the next tax
year. This means that by next July a renovated property
valuation roll must be presented to the County Commission
for their use in setting up a budget and a tax rate for financ-
ing the budget.
But we read in the same news story that Jackson County
has received bids for revaluation of the property in that
county and that the bids nearly all ask for at least a year to
do the revaluation job.
In Gulf County the task.of revaluation has not started
,as yet. So far as we know there has been no attempt to hire
an appraisal firm to do the job.
We understand that Assessor Samuel A. Patrick is
planning to take the task upon himself. We really don't think
that this task should be undertaken by Patrick, alone. We
are reminded of the cries of "inequities" that are constantly
bombarding the County and the Tax Asessor now, and we
don't think this great responsibility should be case upon his
shoulders. Patrick is not trained in this field. And this is not
to detract from Patrick's abilities as few elected Tax Assesors
are experienced and equipped to do such as job as revaluing
the county property would be.
We also realize that the county is not in a financial
condition to hire an appraisal firm to do the job as it should
be. We all realize that something must be done.
We believe that the county should begin 'to think on this
matter immediately and try to arrive at a workable solution.
We know that the City of Port St. Joe is interested in a re-
valuation program. Certainly the schools are interested as
they have more to gain from the program than any govern-
mental body in _the county. It would seem to us that the
county could make overtures to the City of Port St. Joe and
the School Board-on a program of getting the job done by
competent people and share the cost between the three bodies.
Time has'virtually run out even though the deadline is
six months away. This would seem to dictate that positive
action be taken immediately.


Christmas Parade Is Fine One

Last Saturday's Christmas parade was one of the finest
that has been presented in Port St. Joe in a long while. The
participation in the parade itself and the attendance by people'
of the area was gratifying.
Many are to be congratulated for their jobs in producing
the parade as it appeared. But, we would not attempt to
throw bouquets as we would surely forget at least one or
several. Parade chairman Ralph Swatts reported that re-
sponse to the parade and requests to enter floats and help
with arrangements met with fine response. The response
was reflected in the splendid presentation that meandered
down Reid Avenue Saturday morning.
It has been a long time since we have seen so many
people in town at one time. We appreciate the support that
the citizens gave this effort to present something worth.
seeing. Such support as this is the ingredient that spurs
people on to accomplish greater things. Not only in parades,
but in every endeavor for our city.


Please Leave Siren Alone

Somebody is certainly stingy.
The City has two fire sirens to sound a fire alarm and
call firemen to duty to fight a fire. In this type of weather,
where, the nights are cold, firemen expect to be called out of
bed each night from now until warm weather sets in again.
But the trouble is, the firemen may not hear the calls
and your house or the house of a friend may burn down.
As we said the City has two fire warning sirens. This
is because the bulk of the residences in the City have been


built away from the City Hall, near the location of one of the
sirens. The firemen live in these far-removed dwellings and
must be alerated at night and even in the day time-- .-.....
But so often the siren that alerts these firemen is not
working. Why? Because someone in the area has removed
the fuses out of the telephone line on the pole so that his
sleep will not be disturbed by the blowing of the siren. It's
all right if your house burns as long as this individual gets
his sleep. He ought to think about this, hadn't he?


FAITH BIBLE CHURCH USES Lord and with each other, we, like
BUILDING FOR FIRST TIME Lazarus, must receive new life
through Christ and be set free from
Members and friends of Faith the bonds of the old.
SBible Church met together Friday te bds o te d
night, December 3, for a covered
dish dinner in the church building, singing and several impromptu
This marked the first time the specials were enjoyed by all.


building has been used for a church
function. Plans are being laid to be
in the building for regular services
early next year.
Before eating, the pastor, Rev.
Bill Graham, likened the gathering
to that of the feast held after the
raising of Lazarus from the dead.
He brought out that in order to
have Christian fellowship with the


Pictured above are members of the Brownie other banquet held at the St. James Episcopal
Scout Troop and their fathers at a Brownie, Fa- Parish House recently. -Star photo

S B Pgss 'HI 'BJ.R losis Association, which combats all
Season for.- Bronchitis; Stte Health ailments of the breathing system.
About 3,500 persons died of the
pDepartment Gives Some of Causes disease; in how many deaths it was
a contributing factor would be hard
It didn't take any super-detective for months and return each year- to say. Ask your local Christmas
work, but just some careful and usually for a longer spell than the'Seal Organization for a free copy
competent research, to establish year before. Since the people to of its leaflet called, "Chronic Bron-
two significant facts about chronic whom this happens are mostly cig- chitis, The Facts."
brinchitis: (1) Most of its victims arette smokers, a mellow myth has
live in cities beset by an air pollu- grown "up to the effect that this CARD OF THANKS
tion problem; (2) practically all of kind of cough is "just a smoker's I would like to express my sin-
them are, or have been, heavy cig- cough" with the- implication that cere thanks to my friends for their
arette smokers. it's a sort of jolly, harmless nuis- encouraging words and beautiful
Acute brinchitis distinguished' ance and nothing more. flowers, cards and many prayers.
from the chronic form in that it People who get chronic brinchi- Also, I would like to thank the en-
strikes suddenly, hard, and soon tis may have bronchial tubes that tire staff of nurses and aides and
goes away-affects just about were irritated by bacteria at some Dr. Joe Hendrix for their attention
everyone at some time or other, earlier time .Or the irritation may and kindness to me while I was a
It's an inflammation of the lining have started with another disease
of the bronchial tubes, which con- such as influenza or with infected patient in the hospital.
nect the windpipe with the lungs, tonsils, or with an allergy. But the May God bless each one of you.
Air flow to and from the lungs be- most common causes of irritation MAE DEESE
comes difficult, and heavy phlegm are cigarettes and contaminated ----
is coughed- up. These symptoms air. Hancocks Sunday Guests Here
often accompany a severe cold. About 275,000 cases of chronic Mr. and Ms. Melvin Hancock of
Chronic bronchitis occurs when bronchitis were reported in 1964, Tallahassee were the guests Sun-
coughing and expectorating last according to the National Tubercu- day of'Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Graves.


Hunters Bring In

Lots of Deer
Panama City-The final week of
the reduced deer season in the
Point Washington wildlife manage-
ment area produced an impressive
harvest of 35 bucks for an estimat-
ed total of 53 deer for that area
since the opening on November 20.
The deer season closed in Point
Washington and in Washington and
Holmes Counties Sunday, Decem-
ber 5.
flog hunting on Point Washing-
ton management area has already
produced 672 kills and remains
open through the entire season
along with quail and squirrel.
According to Ronald Wise, Third
District Commissioner, Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission, the
hunt kill report for the week of
November 29-December 5 on the
district management areas is as
follows:
St. Regis-32 squirrels and 191
quail; hunting pressure light.
Blackwater-8 deer, 14 turkeys, 50
squirrels and 350 quail, hunting
pressure 'light.
Eglin Field- 300 deer and 125
wild hogs; hunting pressure heavy.
Gaskin-6 deer, 4 turkeys, 25
squirrels, 30 quail and 20 doves;
hunting pressure light.
Apalachee-3 deer, 7 squirrels,
198 quail, 40 ducks and 37 doves;
hunting pressure average. Liberty
-6 deer, 125 squiirels, 15 ducks
and 7 doves; hunting pressure
light.
Leon-Wakulla 12 deer and 3
turkeys; hunting pressure light.
(No estimate of small game taken)
Aucilla-23 deer, 21 turkeys, 887
squirrels and 47 ducks; hunting
pressure light.
Telogia Creek-6 deer, 6 turkeys
and 75 squirrels; hunting pressure
light. Point Washington-35 deer,
420 squirrels, 125 quail, 200 ducks
and 317 wild hogs; hunting pressure
average.
Season totals for all ten manage-
ment areas: 1,220 deer, 154 tur-
keys, 7,627 squirrels, 3,403 quail,
493 ducks, 207 doves, 1,101 hogs
and 1 bear.
The first half of the split deer
season ended December 5 in Wal-
ton, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Es-
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Space and lay the bales only one the seedlings at the nursery and
Christm s is ay T O e S t r yOur layer deep. The seedlings will not before planting will have been
ChrisImas Display To Open Saturday need to be watered for three or wasted. Keeping wet moss or cot-
Growing four days because they were water- ton around the roots is sufficient,
|n M ri t F ori S h o fo B o ed at the nursery, but if you keep but this is difficult to do during
n M arianna at Florida School for Boys Forest them any longer they will need the planting operation with the
Watering. To water the seedlings, seedlings being constantly dis-
by lift the bale on one end and drench turbed. It is probably simpler to
Every time one leaves the cam- Those who have seen the now- mas" will be illustrated this year Carl F. Muller with water until it runs out the keep the roots immersed in plain
pus and returns to the Florida famous displays at FSB for several for the first time. The houses for Bay. Gulf other end. Then lay the bale with water until they are planted. Or-
hol fr s at Mariana th years in succession find themselves "Snow White and the Seven Farm Forester -- one end a little higher than the diary buckets are fine for this in
lays fresh magic has sprung u as eager to see the old as to see Dwarfs," the castle for "Cinderella" other so that the excess water may hand planting. This is not as im-
ays, res magic has spthe new-the decorated, rotating and the witch's house in "Hansel run out. This should be done again portant in machine planting as the
somewhere along the campus h stmas trees h inethe and Gretel" are in place and being With the first seedlings now be- every three to four days until the seedlings are planted so fast that
vesau. Fr this Chi s thtmae whn and the elves climbing all the lamp "landscaped." They wait for the ing delivered to Bay and Gulf seedlings are planted. You should they do not have a chance to dry
plys begin to appear that they posts to point the way, for example, characters from Grimm's Fairy counties, you may be wondering change ends of the bale that you out.
may be ready when the lights go The motor for the exquisite Tales, as depicted in the Walt Dis- how to care for your seedlings be- water every other time so that you need help with the care or
n at the specified time--5:00 p.m, Snow Queen, who, for a number of ney books. The "Disneyland Spe- fore and during the planting oper- each end of the bale will get plenty planting of your seedlings,oelntact
Saturday, December 11, this year. years has risen majestically from cial" is new this year, a tribute to action. When you are notified th of water. However, you should not p you.
The display is open and free to a large, slowly-opening flower and that great artist, and planned even keep your seedlings like this over
the public as has been traditional then, as slowly, has sunk back, the before it was known that Disney your seedlings have arrived at the three weeks.
since 1948 when Arthur G. Dozier, petals closing over her, is already would soon have as Eastern Disney- county office, you should come af- If it is impossible for you to (
now director of the Florida Divis- in place. The 6 x 8 foot Christmas land in Florida. ter them as soon as possible so plant your seedlings and you must
ion of Child Training Schools, was cards reveal themselves as glow- Light. color and glitter, and that you can care for them proper- keep them over three weeks, you "Wehad a lot of requ
superintendent of the school and ing, vibrant color there among the above all, the scenes depicting the ly. Do not leave the seedlings on should heel them in. To do this, Phone lat year......
initiated the project. pines as one moves slowly on. true meaning of Christmas will your truck or in the trunk of your nashady location and like wow!"
.Only in "spots" does the campus The familiar scriptural characters make a panorama worth the while car when you get home. If you do, V-shaped trench Then, open the
look "magical" at this time, how- on the stages depicting the first of anyone, even many miles away, they are likely to go through a ble and sp read a thin layer of at your house with a'
ever, as the basic equipment has to Christmas long ago, from Nazareth to "come see." And everyone is in- heat and this will greatly decrease in a leaning position. Cover the thoughtful gift, order a
be put in place first, beginning to Bethlehem and the Saviour's vited. As David R. Walters, super- the number that will survive after n th asoi flood with water
with the big, round, unromantic, birth, are being set up in their intendent of the school, says, "The planting. It is hard to believe how ten a more soil to fll wthewaer, color telephone today.
moss-draped electric cable which usual places along the entrance more people who drive through quickly a bundle of seedlings can level with the ground. You should
conveys the power for the scores drive and some of the lovely Kate these grounds between December ruin from this injury. now have only the top one-third of
of war-surplus motors' to animate Ball scriptural schools, too greatly 11 and the 31st, the better we shall Unload your seedlings to a shady the seedlings exposed to the air. -
4he displays and give power for injured by a small tornado just be- like it." Water as necessary until you can
the spotlights and other lighting, fore Christmas last year to be re, Two of last Christmas' classic the boys at the school truly a "sea- plant the seedlings. If you do have
arrangements that add light and stored in time, will again delight comments will go the rounds it is son of giving," as they spend long to heel some of your seedlings in, 4
life to the fascinating scenes. Every the eye and spirit. Santa's Fairy- sure. A young Air Force officer hours in helping create this beauty feel free to call me and I will come
so many feet there is a squat, ugly, land Express will be laden with from Tyndall Field, who has been for the public. There is not much by and help you.
army-surplus motor from an old elves delivering gaily wrapped about the world quite a bit and has time for a boy to be lonely and When you start planting, do not
vacuum cleaner, sewing machine Christmas packages as it "chugs" seen Christmas in many lands, ex- homesick during his first Christ- neglect your seedlings just because
or lawn mower, obvious now, but about the campus. claimed, soon after he began the mas away from home with cars lit- they will be in the ground in a
to be well-camouflaged later. It is The large nativity scene which 21/2 mile drive through the grounds, erally bumper-to-bumper moving few hours. We are all careless at
mainly from imagination and mem- covers a hillside will be in its,regu- "Why this is remarkable. I've never through the grounds from 5 to 10 times and need to make a special
ory of other years that one sees lar place, the Swiss village already seen anything to equal it!" Then, each night. More than 118,000 peo- effort to take good care of our
beauty at this point. And yet, here climbs its customary "Alp" with a few minutes later, quietly and pie went away last year with this seedlings during this period. Do
and there, harbingers of things to roofs freshly painted red and new thoughtfully and emphatically, thought-provoking maxim reached on not leave the seedlings in a pile on
come, a spot of color catches the "stained glass" windows in its "We've just got to get the word to their consciousness by the last scene the back of a truck in the sun with
eye and suddenly before one, as Church, that all may be worshipful EVERYBODY!!" The other came -the Three .Wise Men, with the fuel oil and grease getting splashed
the car moves forward, is a fresh, and proper for the "night when from a ten-year-old who came with large-lettered message, "WISE MEN all over them.
red-dressed elf sitting at an organ Christ was born." In the pool scene, his parents from Tallahassee. After STILL SEEK HIM." Also ,do not carry more seed-
and another one in place ready for always a colorful one, preparations his 'eyes had feasted on the beauty Three artists have carried out lings to the field than you can
pumping it. This pair of Santa's are being made for figures to float for some minutes, he asked, "What their fine ideas here over the plant in one day. ST JO. H.
helpers will be joined there, for on the water and move about in is the LITTLEST thing you can do years-Mrs. Karlene Owens in the Moisture is the key factor in
merrimentt and dancing, by Santa, the changing colored lights of the to get sent to this school." Interest- beginning, Mrs. Mignon Dubroff caring'for the seedlings during the T'ELGRAP H
Mrs. Santa and many other elves, cascading fountain. The beloved ing comments they are on a proj- for some years, and, for the third planting operation. If the roots are
.as in the past. poem, "The Night Before Christ- ect which has made Christmas for. year now, Bill Wiggins of Marianna. not kept moist during planting, all
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965


Sharks Win Three
(Continued From Page 1)
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FOR SALE: Two bedroom partially
finished cottage on one acre
lot at Howard Creek. Call 648-3100.
3tp-11-25
FOR SALE: Lots in Beacon Hill
subdivision, excellent for trailer
use. $295.00 each. Four available.
Easy terms by owner. Call Ralph
Nance, 648-4370.
FOR SALE: Nice, 3 bedroom ma-
sonry home, 1%/ baths. Call 229-
4891. tfc-11-11


FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame home
in excellent condition. Wall to
wall carpeting, air conditioned, win-
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St. Joe fg ft tp Ruth'ford fg ft tp
Belin 6 8 20 Ward 5 0 10
M'comb'r 9 4 22 Com'field 4 4 12
Lee 5 4 14 York 1 0 2
Ray 2 0 4 Corbitt 3 3 9
Oakes 0 0 0 Hagan 2.0 4
Arnold 2 1 5
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe --_ 15 14 16 15-60
Rutherford --- 7 6 21 8-42

Tuesday night, the Sharks lit-
erally chewed up Apalachicola de-
feating the Chapman High team
by a score of 98 to 51. The entire
Shark squad saw action, as they
ran rough-shod over Chapman.
David Macomber led the Shark
attack with a whopping 35 points
and 24 rebounds off the back-
boards. David Lee and Jake Belin
continued to add power to the
Shark attack with 18 and 16 points
respectively. Danny Oakes also
scored in the double figures with
10 points.
SSt. Joe fg ft tp Apal' fg ft tp
Belin .:-80 16 Meadows 3 1 7
II'c'mb'r 15 5 35 Smitlh 5 12 22
Lee 5 8 1- ''Hindals 0,2 2
Oakes 4 2 1'0 and'ph 08 8
Ray 2 0 4 Tn1-s 1 2 4
Lewis $ 1 1 Merib'la 0 2 2
Maddox 1 1 3 Floyd 20 4
McFarl'd 02 2
Weston '10 2
Cox 15 7I
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe _-- 15 23 25 35-98
Apalach;cola 9 12 14 16-51
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The Shark schedule for the
coming week includes Quincy
here tomorrow night; Chipley
here Saturday night and Blounts-
town, there next Friday night.
*
Following the game here Friday
night, there will be a student dance
at the Centennial Building. There
will be adult chaperones in attend-
ance. Admission is 50c stag and 75c
drag.


FOR RENT: Two 1-bedroom fur-
nished houses. Also two 2-bed-
room furnished 'houses at Beach.
Phone Smith's Pharmacy, 227-5111.
FOR RENT: Clean 2 bedroom apt.,
at 619 Woodward Ave. $45.00
per month. Call Gene Halley, Tal-
lahassee, Fla., Office 224-9180, Ext.
598, Home 385-3139. tfc-10-7
FOR RENT: 1 to 4 bedroom fur-
nished cottages and apartments.
Many on year around basis. Mexico
Beach, Beacon Hill and St. Joe
Beach. $50.00 per month and up.
Elizabeth W. Thompson, Assoc.,
Mexico Beach Branch Office Mgr.,
Hwy. 98, 19th St., Ph. 648-4545, E.
Tom Pridgeon, Broker.
OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
rag content bond, all sizes. On-
onskin, manuscript covers, carbon
aper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
Everything for the office. The Star,
327-3161.


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FOR SALE: 1962 Corvair Monza.
Radio, heater, factory air condi-
tioning, 2 tone, white sidewalls, au-
tomatic transmission. Recent tune-
up. Real clean, $1095. Call 227-
8541 after 5 p.m. tfc-9-9

SEPTIC TANKS pdmped out. Call
Buford Griffin. phone 229-3097
SAW SHARPENING: Any kind,
hand, band, circle and chain
saws, lawn mower blades, planer
blades and chisles. Complete shar-
pening service. All work guaran-
teed. U. F. Whitfield. Call 648-
3332 or 229-2061. tfc-9-16
GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
trade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045 or
see Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
KITCHEN CABINETS: Step into
Spring with a new set of factory
built cabinets with one piece for-
mica top. Free estimate. Also fi-
nancing available. 227-3311. tic
DON'T BE DOWN IN THE DUMPS
for garbage service outside the
city, call Hughey Williams Garbage
Service. Phone 227-7866. tfc-8-25
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY, across from the


ing room, large dining room, lZXl .T ne MOs Trusted Name Post Office. Local and Long Dis
storage house, equipped kitchen, In Color Televislon tance Moving. Free Estimates.
landscaped, cypress rail fenced First In compatible color TV CARPET CLEANING on location
yard. 304 16th St. Call 227-5721. CARPET CLEANING on location
or free pick-up and delivery.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house and ST. JOE RADIO Guaranteed service. J. Gavin, 909
small store on 2 lots. Also '56 Kraft Ave.. Panama City or call
Ford wagon, '48 Chevrolet 4-door and TV CO. PO 3-7824. tfc-4-2'
and '52 GMC -ton truck. See at Phone 227-4081 228 Reid
556 Park Ave. ,Highland View or GUNS PEPAIRED, blued and -leanr
call 227-4034, Vic Burke. 3tp FOR SALE: Army field jackets, ed, stocks made and refinshed.
$3.95 to $6.95. Assortment of rifles sportized. Reasonable rates.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on sizes. GI can open9rs, 2. SU- Work guaranteed. Jack Myers,
large lot on Hiway 71 Frontage. PLUS SALES of ST. JOE. Ward Ridge, Phone 229-2272. tfc
In White City. $3500. Cash or terms
Edison Booth, Rt. 1, Ashford, Ala., FOR SALE: Nimrod camper trailer WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
sFOR SALE: Nimrod camper trailer TL AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
Phone 2958. 2tp complete with beds and front ing second and fourth Tuesday
canopy. 301 15th St. or ca11.227- nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legionsday
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 bath con- 8021. 10-28-tfc nights, 800 p.m. American Legion
create block house on 3 lots at St. Home.
Joe Beach. Can be seen by calling FOR SALE: New Philco washing -
648-4491. tfc-12-2 machine to be sold at wholesale R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
cost. St. Joe Radio & TV Co., 228 Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished Reid Ave., Phone 227-4081. tf-11-11 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
mobile home. $25.00 month. Un- companions welcome.
furnished 3 bedroom house at HELP WANTED: Ambitious per- THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
Highland View, $27.50 month. Call son full or spare time. Supply EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
227-7771. tfc-12-2 Rawleigh famous products in Gulf
County or Port St. Joe. Can earn REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR RENT: One, two and three $125 per week. Write Rawleigh Nice home at Beacon Hill. Large
bedroom houses, furnished, on FA K 100 1124, Memphis, Tenn. rooms, near hwy 98. Gulf view
beach. Also 2 bedroom unfurnish- from sun room. Terms.
ed house at Oak Grove. Call Chris FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, din- Four lots in Highland View at
Martin at 227-4051. tfc-9-2 ing room, living room, kitchen 4th and Hwy 98 with fine residence
and den. Central heat. Will be 4th and Hwy 98 with fine residence
and den. Central heat. Will be masonry and frame construction,
GIVE A STANLEY PARTY soon available December 15. Call 229- shop and carport.
and get wonderful free gifts. For 1141. Located at 1505 Monument parcels in Bayview Heights,
all your Stanley Home Products Avenue. tfc-12-9 one improved property on Hwy 98.
needs contact Jean Stebel, phone I Priced low for cash. Owner leaving
229-1134. 4tp-12-2 FOR RENT: Large furnished ap- area.
artment. 2 bedrooms. Private. tf PHONE 227-8451 12-9
DON'T FORGET Johnny L. Mims Call 648-4600 after 6 or 227-4261 c O -
for your cabinets, boat repairs during day. tfc-12-9 FOR SALE
and moulding. All finished product. I Three bedroom house on 16th St.,
Johnny Mims, 648-3937, St. Joe) FOR SALE or RENT: 1303 Marvin with separate dining room. To sell
Beach. pdt2-9 Ave., 2 bedroom house, kitchen, for $10,700. Only $350 down plus
living room, dining room and den, closing cost. FHA financing avail-
THERE WILL BE a regular com- utility room (total 1250 sq. ft.) Car- able.
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge pet living and dining rooms, drapes New, three bedroom, two bath,
4o. 111, F. & A. M., every first heater, cook stove elec., TV anten- brick home to sell for only $12,-
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. na on 35' pole with roto, elec. 000. $450 covers down payment and
pump. See Bob Ellzey, Ph. 227-4611. closing cost.
Two bedroom house on 1% front
lots on St. Joe Beach. To sell fur-
FOR RENT: Furnished bedroom, nished for only $6,000. The lots
private entrance, private bath. alone are valued at $3,000.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary Phone days 227-4261; at night FRANK HANNON
BILL J. RICH, W. M. 648-4600. tfc-11-25.221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491


Last Rites Held for

Louis Henry K(eley
Funeral services for Mr. Louis
Henry Kelley, age 84, 113 Third
Avenue, Highland View, who pass-
ed away Saturday in a local hos-
pital after a long illness, were held
Monday, December 6, at the High-
land'View Assembly of God Church
at 2 o'clock. Rev. W. G. Mizelle of-
ficiated, assisted by Rev. Douglas
Newsome.
Burial was in Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.
Mr. Kelley had lived here for 27
years and was retired from St. Joe
Paper Co. He was born in Cowarts,
Ala., and was a member of the
Highland View Methodist Church.
Kelley is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Mary W. Kelley; a son, Lou-
rine S. Kelley, Highland View;
four daughters, Mrs. Eula Rogers,
Highland View, Mrs. Beulah Hat-
field, Port St. Joe, Mrs. Ruth Wil,
liams, Highland View, and Mrs.
Essie V. Knight, Enterprise, Ala;
two sisters, Mrs. Betty Dykes, Santa
Rosa, and Mrs. Lillie Bridges, Bay
Minette, Ala.; 15 grandchildren; 15
great-grandchildren and 3 great-
great-grandchildren.
Active pallbearers were the
grandsons.
Honorary pallbearers were W. C.
Forehand, Clyton Peterson, John
Odom, C. E. Cox, W. B. Coppedge,
W. H. Weeks, Carlos Miles, E. L.
Lightfoot, Ernest Goff, Sr., Bud
Williamson, Abe Rushing, Ted
Whitfield, S. C. Player, P. T. Mc-
Cormick, Curtis Griffin and T. D.
Stafford.
Prevatt Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.


VITRO WIVES WILL
MEET NEXT TUESDAY
The Vitro Wives Club will hold
their regular monthly meeting next
Tuesday, December 14, in the home
of Mrs. Robert Stebel.
All Vitro wives are urged to at-
tend. -


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articles of clothing were taken by the thieves. -Star photo


Water Heater Causes
Fire Alarm Saturday

Saturday night about 8:30 p. m.,
a faulty water heater called the
Fire Department out to a residence
on Avenue C. The heater had caus-
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home, but the fire had been put4
out when the firemen arrived.
The firemen checked out the fire
area to make sure it was out. little
damage resulted to the home.


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last week. Creech had removed the money from the machine
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THE STAR
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


Second

Section


TWENTY-NINTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965


Prize Winning Floats In Annual Christmas Parade


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Pictured above are the winning floats in the annual Christ-
mas parade last Saturday. From right to left are the American
Legion float, tied for first place; the Beta Sigma Phi float, tied
for first place, and the Garden Club float, which took second


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place. Because of the first place tie, the first two prize money
categories were divided between the tied floats and the second
place winner was awarded the third prize money. The floats
appeared in the parade Saturday officially opening the Christmas


sho
St.
and


pping season. The parade is sponsored annually by the Port
Joe Retail Merchant's Division of the Chamber of Commerce
is directed by the Port St. Joe Jaycees. -Star photo


B. Roy Gibson Elected President of

Florida Telephone Association


Clearwater The Florida Tele- the two-day meeting.
phone Association -has completed The convention concluded with
its 58th Annual Convention here the installation of new officers.
with awards, a forum on regulation Roy Gibson of the St. Joseph Tele-
by the Florida Public Service Com- phone Company, is the nqw presi-
pission, and a look into the future dent.
of communications by Dr. Lee Dov- In awards ceremonies, five men
enport, president of General Tele- were honored with appointments to
phone & Electronics Laboratories, the Association's Hall of Fame. The
Inc. Over 600 delegates attended men, all with 40 years or more of


service to the telephone industry,
were given plaques signifying the
event. They are D. A. Kafka, form-
erly of General Telephone Co.,
-of Florida, Robert Hopper of South-
ern Bell, Nelson Mahone of South-
eastern Telephone Company, and
E. C. Patterson and G. W. Thomp-
son of Intercounty Telephone and
Telegraph Company.


The Florida Public Service Com- ing his talk on "Advanced Com- THRIFT SHOP WORKERS GARDEN CLUB CHRISTMAS
mission forum, held during the munications Concepts." anyone having clothing or otherPARTY SCEHDULED TODAY
Saturday morning general session, Other features of the two-day merchandise to donate for sale at The Port St. Joe Garden Club
covered many phases of the regula- meeting were workshops on vari- the Thrift Shop are asked to con- will have their annual Christmas
tion of Florida telephone compan- ous phone company activities, a tact Mrs. Bernice Wager, Mrs. W. party today, at 3:00 p. m. in the
ies. talk by Paul Henson, past president T. Mosely or Mrs. S. H. Barber. home of Mrs. Ralph Nance at St.
Dr. Dovenport ,president of the of the United States Independent Thrift Shop workers for Satur- Joe Beach.
laboratory subsidiary of the Gen- Telephone Association, and many day, December 11, are: Mrs. Law-
eral System ,presented many inter- exhibits of new products by manu- rence Bissett, Mrs. Sid Brown and Plans will be completed for the
testing glimpses into the future dur- facturing concerns. Mrs. Frank Pate. bazaar Saturday morning.


What is the Spiritual


Meaning of Baptism


BAPTISM IS OFTEN MISUNDERSTOOD
Many people believe that baptism is an empty
ceremony devoid of real meaning as walking up a
flight of stairs on one's knees or carrying a good luck
charm. Some look at the Lord's Supper and see only
a piece of bread and a small glass of grape juice. To
them it means nothing. Christians see in this ob-
servance the body of the Son of God who died on the
cross and His blood shed for the sins of the world.
Likewise, baptism has a wealth of meaning to those
who believe the Bible. Do you regard baptism as
unimportant and unnecessary? Much of this misun-
derstanding of scriptural baptism is due. to a failure
to consider its significance.

THERE IS ONE BIBLE BAPTISM A
BURIAL IN WATER
This is the one baptism Paul speaks of in Ephes-
ians 4:5 "there is one baptism..." It is the baptism
Christ commanded His disciples to administer until
the end of time. "God. and teach all nations, bap-
tizing them in the name of the Father, and of the
Son, and of the Holy Spirit." Matthew 28:19. It is
the water baptism administered by men. "See, here
is water; what doth hinder me to be baptized?"
Acts 8:36.

BAPTISM IS A SPIRITUAL DEATH
AND BURIAL WITH CHRIST
"Know ye not, that so many of us as were bap-
tized into Christ were baptized into his death? There-
(Romans 6:3,4). As a man is buried in water he pre-
fore we are buried with him by baptism into death."
sents to the world a picture of the death and burial
of Christ and he signifies his faith in that death.


BAPTISM IS A SPIRITUAL
RESURRECTION AND THE
BEGINNING OF A NEWNESS OF LIFE
"That like as Christ was raised up from the dead
by the glory of the Father even so we also should
walk in newness of life." (Romans 6:4). This is
where spiritual life begins. We begin this new life
when we are raised in Christ. We show to the world
our belief in His resurrection.

IN BAPTISM WE ARE UNITED WITH
CHRIST IN HIS DEATH
"Now if we be dead with Christ, we believe that
we should also live with him." (Romans 6:8). "For
if we have been planted together in the likeness of
his death, we shall be also in the likeness of his
resurrection." (Romans 6:5).

IN HIS DEATH, OF WHICH BAPTISM IS A
FIGURE, WE ARE JUSTIFIED
FROM SIN
"Knowing this, that our old man is crucified with
him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that
henceforth we shall not serve sin. For he that is
dead is freed from sin." (Romans 6:6,7). It was in
the death of Christ that His blood was shed. Thus
in baptism we are cleansed by that blood. "Bap-
tism doth also now save us." (1 Peter 3.21).


FREE BOOKLET
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EVERYONE SHOULD REJOICE IN THE PRIVILEGE OF BEING UNITED WITH HIS 'LORD IN HIS DEATH
AND RESURRECTION. HOW COULD ONE POSSIBLY CONSIDER NON-ESSENTIAL THE VERY ACT WHICH
THE BIBLE DECLARES PUTS ONE INTO CHRIST? (Galatians 3:27).
FOR FURTHER STUDY VISIT THE


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965 moving upward. Mildred Kenning- rolet is still pitching as they took
ton rolled high game for the alleys, three from Vitro II. Rufus Richard-
215. Mildred also had high game son was top-cat for Cooper's with a
B for the Senators, 489. Vivian Hardy game of 204 and series of 544. Vi-
O w lin g N e w s was second high with 456. Aline tro I spotlighted Dick Morlock
Abrams led Dixie Seafood with a with 434.
439 series. Lanes 7 and 8 saw St. Joe Lanes
Ladies Winter League Dec. 2 added a good 459 series for Jitney ate's Shell Service took three take three from St. Jos. Tel. & Tel.
LadJitneyJungle takes honors this Jungle. Lois Smith led ison'sI Pate's Shell Service took three take three from St. Jos. Tel. & Tel.
Jitney Jungle takes h onore in total with a 173 game and 445 total games and lost one to 13-Mile Wayne Smith was hot for St. Joe
week, having high score in total with a 173 game and 445 total.Co. Anna Smith, asubsti- Lanes with a 578 series and games
pins. Jitney Jungle won two games Verna Burch was second high with Oyster Co. Anna Smith, a substi- Lanes with a 578 series and games
and Amison's two games in their her 430 series. tute, led Pate's with her 382 se- of 218 and 203. St. Jos. Tel. & Tel.
an mison' two gmes in thei eriesries. Martha Ward's 390 was high had Virgil Daniels standing high
match this week. Evelyn Smith Tapper's Senators won threefor 13-Mile. with 516.
reached the 200's with her 204 games and dropped one to Dixiens Plumbing took allfour Standings: W. L
game and 544 series. Jean Stoufer ISeafood. These Senators are really Beaman's Whitfield Strikers. Cooper Chev. 31 17
games from the Whitfield Strikers. Cooper Chev. 31 17
Eleanor Williams led Beaman's Vitro I 32 20
A with her 408 series. Mary Whit- Glidden 30 22
A G olfm g M ascot For D ad field was high for the losers with a Costin's 27 25
437 series. Connie Kirkland made St. Jos. Tel. & Tel. __---- 23 29
The traditional gift of socks for Father can be made doubly the 2-7 split and Mary Harrison St. Joe Lanes 23 29
welcome by presenting them as an amusing mascot. Take a pair the 3-10 for the Strikers. Something 13-Mile Oyster Co. 21 27
of socks of Creslan acrylic fiber, which are particularly soft and the -1 or the Strikrs. Soethi 1 ie ster o
comfortable. Stuff the toe of one must have "shook" the Strikers. Vitro I 16 36
u Tla n A)\ fnnf n -wi;+th Stanrlinc W T. L.-----


osu (magram ) ana secure wi
a rubber band halfway up the foot.
Turn the cuff up over the toe -
S to just below the head. Wind a long
S pipe cleaner over the elastic, and


let the ends hang down
for arms (see Diagram
B). Turn cuff back over
neck for a turtle neck
effect. Use the second
sock to form the legs.
Pin down the center of
-the leg to about 4"
from the cuff. Insert a
cylinder of heavy paper
into each section to
form legs. Roll up
the remainder of the
second sock, and stuff
into the opening of the
first sock, to form the
body. Let the legs dan-
gle.
Finish by pinning or
pasting on pieces of felt
cut out to make the hat,
eyes, and mouth.


Amison's Seafood _---- 39 13 GARDEN CLUB PL
Jitney Jungle ------- 31 21 OF ITEMS FOR GI
Dixie Seafood -------- 20 26
Tapper's Senators ---- 25 27 The Port St. Jo
13-Mile Oyster Co. --_- 24% 27% will have a sale of
Beaman's Plumbing -- 23% 281/2 for Christmas gifts
Whitfield Strikers ---- 23 29 member 11, at 10 o'c
Pate's Shell Service --- 16 36 Joe Hardware Com
building..
Items for sale w
Merchants League rons, house slipper,
candles, Christmas ,
Monday night was the time for eclephas and vario
three-game winners as each set of Proceeds from tl
lanes saw one team take three and addPed to the b
added to the build
lose one. building is greatly
On lanes 1 and 2, Glidden took b great asst
three from 13-Mile. For Glidden, This fund is no
Rankin Morris busted loose with a halfway mark Your
549 series and high game of 231. help will be great
The losers were behind Joe Davis _____
with his 531.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Vitro I take In
three from Costin's. Danny Maddox I,
was really rolling for Vitro I with S1
a series of 431 and high game of ; S' I
214. Bill Barlow is still going for In
Costin's as he had a 531 series. l | L ,
On lanes 5 and 6, Cooper's Chev-


00
Limit
one per
customer


ANS SALE
FTS
e Garden Club
articles suitable
, Saturday, De-
:lock, in the St.
pany appliance
ill include ap-
s, cakes, candy,
stockings, white
us other items.
ie sale will be
ing fund. This
needed and will
the city.
w nearing Tthe
r patronage and
ly appreciated.

PINES
stand Tall
Florida's
Future!


1965 ACADEMY AWARD WIN~iER
and STAR of "MARY POPPINS" and
THE "SOUND OF MUSIC" SINGS...
"The Bells of Christmas," "The Christmas Song"
and "Rocking" (Little Jesus, Sweetly Sleep)


VIC "DOAVAO E
SINGS..."It Came Upon A Midnight Clear"
and "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas"


DOROTHY

KIRSTEN
SINGS,,.."I Wonder As I Wander" and
"Joy to the World"


JAMES

MCCCRACKEN
SINGS..."Angels We Have Heard On High"
and "Ave Maria"


Moral: Don't Bet Against the Gators


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Ted & Jimmy Lost


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Blake Thomason and Walter C. Dodson proved
to Jim Costin and Ted Cannon Saturday that it
just doesn't pay to bet against Florida's Gators in
a football game especially when they play
the Florida State Seminoles. Jim and Ted paid
off their foolhardy bet in the big Christmas parade


Saturday by shucking and serving a sack of fresh -'
raw oysters for the enjoyment of Thomason and
Dodson.
Jim said "this same bet is on again next
year with the same pay-off." A show of confidence
if we have ever seen it. -Star photo '


ward the very best conduct. impressive float.
Recently two of St. Joe's football
Players were named all-conference. PSAT scores were recently given
Larry Branch, a junior, was named to those juniors and seniors who
defensive cornerback and Jerry took this October test. The PSAT
S-- Nichols, a sophomore, was named is a two-hour version of the SAT
defensive end. Branch and Nichols which is given at various testing
were also elected captain and co- centers throughout the state. The
captain ,respectively ,of the year by scores made on the PSAT can help
their teammates. students estimate what they will
-r make on the SAT which is required
S" -The junior play will be presented for entrance into many colleges.
-- Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 The SAT was recently given at Bay
O'clock in the high school audi- High School in Panama City to
.- __-- ... toium. A big turn-out is hoped for those students desiring to take it.
by those who have worked so hard The Sparklers' Club is planning
S on this production, a Christmas Dance. This dance is
s The junior class held a meeting scheduled for December 18th from
hS Ik December 2nd at 7:30 in the high 8 o'clock until midnight.
School lunchroom. Parents, spon-
By sors, and students met to discuss NO BEAUTY HERE
MICHELE ANCHORS the many junior class activities R A LONa TIME
St. Joe's Sharks have started the which take place during the year.
basketball season in fine style. Wednesday, December 1st, the
Three wins in five days is some- seniors met to order their gradu-
thing we're proud of. ation invitations. At this time the
The spirit of the students was seniors were also measured for
extremely high for these games. their caps and gowns.
An obvious effort is being put forth The Key Club and the Key-ettes
for a display of good sportsman- were busy last week when they
ship. The students hope that every- helped the Kiwanis build their float
one who attends these games will for the Christmas parade. Many
help us in our important drive to- hours were spent assembling this i


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Eelbeck Water Ground
CORN MEAL, IV2 lb. 21c
Detergent 13c Off
Dove Liquid, Pt., 6-oz 52c
Gold Medal
FLOUR .--.- 5 lbs. 59c
Nabisco Oreo 1-lb.
Sandwich Cookies -.-49c
Southern Delight-Pkg. of 8
Cinnamon Rolls ......-25c
Allsweet
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Scotties, box of 100 27c
Blue Bonnett,
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Marcal Family Pack
Napkins, Pkg. of 200 25c
Nestle
CHOC. QUICK, 8 oz. 25c
Bathroom Size Ic Sale
Woodb'y Soap, 4 bars 53c
Marvel
Anti-Freeze -...Gal. $1.49
Hershey Choc. Flavored
SYRUP ---......16 oz. 25c
Nescafe 12 Oz.
Instant Coffee ..-- $1.39


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Prices in this ad are good through
Saturday, December 11.


Dr. Schultze is married, has two
children, and has been residing in
Clark township in New Jersey, with-
in commuting distance of his of-
fice in New York City.



Thus Saith


The Lord..

By Rev. Bill Graham
Question: If I die without Christ
as my Saviour ,will I have a sec-
ond chance after death? For the
answer to this question we must
turn to the Gospel of John, chap-
ter eight, verses 21 through 24.
"Then said Jesus again unto them,
I go my way ,and ye shall seek me,
and shall die in your sins: whither
I go, ye cannot come. Then said
the Jews. Will he kill himself? be-
cause he saith, Whither I go, ye
cannot come. And he said unto
them, ye are from beneath: I am
from above: ye are of this world;
I am not of this world. I said there-
fore unto you, that ye shall die in
your sins: for if ye believe not that
I am he, ye shall die in your sins."
Examine the twenty-fourth verse.
Here we see that if we do not be-
lieve in the Lord Jesus Christ, that
we shall die in our sins. Verse 21
records the truth that if we die in
our sins where he is we cannot go!
We find in Romans 8:34, Hebrews
1:3, and Ephesians 1:20, that Jesus
Christ is right now, seated on the
right hand of God, in the heavens.
We see then from the Scriptures,
that to die in unbelief is to die in
one's sins ,and to die in one's sins,
according to the Word of God, is
to forever separate yourself from
the Lord and heaven. No, there is
no hope after death; God has given
us this life ,and in this life we must
decide our eternal fate. The ques-
tion which might come to our
minds, is just what must we be-
lieve about Jesus Christ in order
to go to heaven. Again we turn to
the Word of God, .I Corinthians,
chapter 15, verses 3, 4, and read:
"For I deliver unto you first of all
that which I also received, how
that Christ died for our sins ac-
cording to the Scriptures; And that
he was buried, and that h- rose
again the third day according to
the Scriptures."
Your comments and questions are
welcome. Address your reply to
Thus Saith The Lord, care The,


Comment from the Capital-

STRAIGHT FACTS FOR TWISTED THINKERS ,, ,
by Vant Neff


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965


Dr. H. W. Schultze

Named President of

Michigan Chemical
The board of directors of Michi.
can Chemical Corporation last
week elected Dr. Helmuth W.
Schultze as president of the com-
pany. Dr. Schultz has been presi-
dent of the Heyden Division of
Tenneco Chemicals, Inc.
SDr. Schultze has been associated
with Tenneco since 1960 when it
was known as Heyden-Newport
Chemical Corp. Between 1960 and
1963 he held various positions at
Heyden-Newport, becoming execu-
tive vice president of its Nuodex
division in 1962. With the acquisi-
tion of Heyden-Newpott by Tenne-
co, which is a part of Tennessee
Gas Transmission Company, Dr.
Schultze became president of the
Heyden Division, retaining that po-
sition until his election as presi-
dent of Michigan Chemical.
Dr. Schulte brings with him to
Michigan Chemical a broad experi-
ence in the chemical, mining and
metal fields. Michigan Chemical
operates mainly in the brine chem-
ical field, its principal products
being bromine and bromine com-
pounds, magnesia compounds and
high purity rare earths, including
those used in the production of
color television phosphors.
Prior to 1960 Dr. Schultze, who
received his doctorate in chemistry
at Rensselear Polytechnic Institute,
was for a time associated with the
metals division of Union Carbide
Corporation and later with Climax
Molybdenum. Dr. Schultze in the
ensuing years has established a
reputation for his abilities in chem-
ical business management and for
his aggressiveness in developing
the growth potential of firms with
which he has been associated.
The new president of Michigan
Chemical has written and publish-
ed a number of papers relating to
the chemical industry. He is a
member of the American Manage-
ment Association, American Chemi-
cal Society, Chemists Club of New
York, American Society of Metals
and American Institute of Mining
and Metalurgical Engineers.


America is suffering from an
epidemic of carping and whin-
inig ibout our foreign policy.
"l)o w' long in Vict Nam
S. .do we nave. the right to in-
terfere in South America?"
But, I wonder why no one asks
"Do the Reds belong in Viet
Nam i... Do the Reds have alny
right to interfere in South
America?"
Why do so many Americans
placidly accept the Reds' inter-
ference in free world countries
and yet question our right, or
duty, to help those governments
remain free?
The answer is simple. A large
number of Americans have
come. to accept the Red myth
that the Viet Nams, the Congos
and the Santo Domingos were
started by local people. Some-
how, they've forgotten the basic
fact that these wars were care-
fully planned and directed by
Moscow, Peiping and Havana.
'When the United States goes
ito Viet Nam, for example, it's
not to stop a rebellion by local
people, but to stem the relent-
less tide of Communism that is
wearing away the foundations
of the free world. Communism
is out to conquer the world; we
are out to conquer no one, but
merely to contain world Com-
munism. If we were out for
conquest, Korea, Japan, Italy
and Germany wouldn't be free
today. Nor would the Philip-
pines and Cuba have had the
chance for self-government.
Have the Reds ever relinquish-
ed their hold on a satellite?
Now, it's often heard that we
should let the Viet Namese or
Santo Domingans "choose for
themselves" between Commu-
nism and the West. But, this is
in fact what we're doing. The
United States is trying.to keep
these countries free so they can
choose for themselves. If we
stay out, Mao Tse Tung, Cas-
tro or Brezhnev will decide the
issue for them. And Commu-
nists don't allow any choice.
For instance, it has been shown
by Professor Scalapino, of Co-
lumbia University, that Red
Viet Nam was made Commu-
nist by less than five hundred
determined terrorists control-
led from Peiping. Systemati-
cally beheading the mayors of
some 6000 villages, the agita-
tors chopped their way to
power. And this is how these
Viet Namese villages "chose"
Communism!
Certainly, the Berlin Wall is
ample proof that the people
of East Germany have not
"chosen" Comnmunism. The rush
of refugees in Trieste, Macao,
Hong Kong and the Burmese
jungle is all one way: toward
freedom and the West.
But take a look at any nation
on the globe and you'll find a
virulent Communist organiza-
tion. Every country is infested


ample of "the people" trying to
"choose" Communism or "agra-
rian reform." And, in each case,
the truth was shown to be the
opposite. The British spent ten
years putting down a guerilla
operation in Malaysia, and
were reviled during those ten
years for not letting the Malay-
sians "choose" Communism. In
the end it was found that a
small hard core of terrorists
frnm outside Malaysia had en-
gineered the entire uprising.
Everybody was so shocked to
learn that "Doctor" Castro was
a Communist and not an "agra-
rian reformer." Unfortunately,
America, including President
Eisenhower, didn't wake up to
the truth of what Castro was
really up to until the "Doctor"
was in the seat of power! And
so it goes. While the Commu-
nists weasel their way into
every country on the globe, and
country after country slips out
of sight behind the Iron and
Bamboo curtains, we sit and
philosophize about '"should we
or shouldn't we!" If the free
world doesn't dispel the myths


with a hard core of trained
agitators gathering and culti-
vating a cell of malcontents.
How do they do it? The Reds
play to any cause that comes to
hand. In Pakistan, it's reli-
gion; in Venezuela, the inequal-
ity of wealth; in the U.S.A.,
it's civil rights or ban-the-
bomb. The Reds promise the
people anything, and find a fol-
lowing because the people often
have a legitimate gripe. Conse-
quently, we are often put in the
embarrassing position of sup-
porting political leaders who
are less than perfect. But, all
this should not obscure the real
danger. Each country that falls
into Communist hands brings
the Reds closer to their goal: a
Communist world. And, a Com-
munist world means world
slavery. We may support an
unidealistic leader here or
there, but for us to withdraw
our help would support the
Communists.
The important thing is that
Communism is being forced on
these countries from outside.
For the last 20 years each out-
break of terrorism and war has
been described as another ex-
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will be used unless written permis-
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(YOUR PARTNER IN BUILDING A BETTER COMMUNITY)


that cover up Red subversion
today, there won't be any free
world left to save tomorrow.
We do belong in Viet Nam
and Santo Domingo, and any
other free world country whose
future is being jeopardized by
Red terrorists. The have-not
nations have a right to a real
choice, and we should protect
that right. The common sense
viewpoint is: "The Reds don't
belong there. Let's marshall the
free world to keep them out."
Now, why does one so seldom
hear this common sense view-
point? I think it's because the
Reds are better organized to
spread their ideas than we are,
so the common sense viewpoint
is drowned out. The Reds spend
$2 billion a year and employ
500,000 people full time whose
sole job .is spreading Commu-
nist dogmas. The Red propa-
ganda effort is 100 times
greater than that of the entire
free world! Schools in Moscow,
Leningrad, Tashkent, Prague,
Peiping and Havana turn out
thousands of propagandists and
. agitators a year. There are six
such schools in France alone!
This concentration of propa-
ganda explains why so many
Americans have fallen for part
or all of the Communist myth.
Not all the Americans who
question or demonstrate against
our foreign policy are Commu-
nists, or even Communist sym-
pathizers. But, we've been bom-
barded for 20 years with Red
propaganda and it's seeped in-
to our consciousness. Conse-
quently, we've lost the habit of
stopping to think "what are
the facts?"
But, the effect of Red propa-
ganda can be overcome. There
are two ways this can be done.
First, Americans should get
back into the good habit we had
before the onslaught of Red
propaganda, the habit of skep-
ticism. In those days we didn't
believe everything we read.
When a story or news item in-
sulted our Common Sense we
rejected it. We wanted the
facts, not sob stories.
Second, the silent majority
should be heard. Right now the
Red and Pink minority has the
loudest voice because they're
organized. If you don't think
you're in the majority, poll your
friends and find out how many
have fallen for the Red myths
about Viet Nam, Santo Domin-
go and the Watts riots. I'll bet
my last dollar we're in the
majority. And, in America, un-
like Russia, the majority is
supposed to prevail. But, in a
democracy, the majority-has to
be heard from.
It is time for the free world
majority to speak cut. We have
a powerful weapon, the truth.
But weapons serve no purpose
if they are not used when
needed.





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DOVE AND DUCK SEASON
CLOSED SUNDOWN DEC. 5
Tallahassee Dove and duck
hunters are reminded by the Game
and Fresh Water Fish Commissior
that the second phase dove hunting
season closed at sundown Decem
ber 5. The first phase season for
duck, goose and coot hunting close
ed sundown.December 6.
The third and final phase of the
dove hunting season will reopen a
12:00 noon, December 18 and con
tinue with afternoon hunting
through January 3. The second
phase of the duck, goose and coo
hunting season will open Decembe:
18 at sunrise and continue through
January 9.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965


Gardening In Florida...


By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida
Agricultural Extension Service
Plant a war garden if you desire
to start the gossip tongues wagg-

Expectant Mothers -
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CARP'S


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening, Worship 7:30 P.M.
.Bible Study (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
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Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


C. Byron Smith, Pastor


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM.
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P,M.
I TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 P.M.
I"Come and Worship God With Us"
In d rsi


ing.
No doubt you'll get more action
than a woman's tongue tree in a
hurricane.
Aside from topics for conversa-
tions, the project is as practical as
buying a refrigerator to keep but-
ter cool, then placing it in the
heating compartment in the door
that warms it to room temperature.
The first plant to consider in the
war garden is torpedo grass. It is
I the plant you'd use for a sneak at-
tack on a neighbor who is littering
your lawn with his leaves.
Take care where you aim the
grass pest, because its runners
could backfire and choke out your
lawn grass, too.
Torpedo grass runners penetrate
almost everything in their way, in-
cluding prized beds of bulbs. Noth-
ing will stop their attack short of
a brick wall.
A very good combination for the
war garden is the artillery plant
and the cannonball tree.
But you'll never be able to con-
vince visitors that the strange look-
ing balls growing from the trunk
of a large tree can be fired from
the low growing ground cover
plant.
The cannonball tree is rare in
Florida. It generates interest with
its unusual flowers and 8-inch di-
ameter fruit produced on stems!
growing from the trunk rather than
on branch tips os most common


trees.
The artillery plant is a native of
Mexico that has escaped from cul-
tivation in South Florida and be-
come naturalized. It is an ideal
ground cover since it will thrive
on almost any soil. But it will not
stand too much winter, so plant it
in protected warm places.
The saldierwood tree would add.
to your fighting force in the war
garden if you live in the Keys;
otherwise you'll have to man the
garden yourself.
The Spanish bayonet is another
plant with a war-like name. If you
add this to the garden, be sure to
keep the spiked tips clipped to pre-
vent injury to playing children.
Some gardeners cover the tips
with ping pong balls to add white
"flowers" to the bayonets.
The best assets of the Spanish
bayonet are-it is trouble free of
insect pests and is quite salt re-
sistant.
One gardener claims that the


bugle-weed is a must if you plant
a war garden. He hid a small
weather- proof speaker in the
ground near his patio. When he
thinks it time for guests to leave


state, perhaps will not emit music, much fighting, but it can be trusted and requires little attention. It re-
but it will produce blue flowers in to stand watch over any array of spends well to over-coddling as
early summer. Another asset it war-named plants, well as careless-care. To get your


grows only about two inches tall
and usually requires no mowing.


at night, he plays taps on a record Its best use is for covering under


player which is connected to the
hidden speaker.
The bugle-weed, in its natural


trees ,for slopes and banks and as
an edging.
The Cardinal's guard won't do


This tropical American herb
grows to five feet with large shiny
green leaves. It puts on an excel-
lent show of crimson tubular flow-
ers.
Cardinal's guard is easy to grow


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start of this plant try propagating
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This is only one idea for group-
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ans Affairs, today warned all par- the military service and no money
ents and wives who might have
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military service that letters are ent ,that the serviceman will have
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Of Xmas Trees
Often at this season people won-
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lines for selecting a good Christ-
mas tree.
The choice of species, of course,
depends on what is available and
to some extent what price a person
is willing to pay. But there-are sev-
eral things to keep in mind when
shopping for a tree regardless of
the kind, says Extension forester
A. S. Jensen, Florida Agricultural
Extension Service.
Buying a tree from the Christ-
mas tree lot early is usually a good
idea. In most cases the homeowner
can take better care of the tree
than the dealer does. This is es-
pecially true if the tree is one
which was shipped in such as
Scotch pine,-Douglas fir or spruce.
These trees are often cut months
in advance of Christmas and kept
in cold storage.
Locally-grown Christmas tree,
such as red cedar, Arizona cypress
and sand pine, are usually cut only
a' day or two before they are dis-
played on the lot. Unfortunately,
trees grown and harvested in Flor-


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Greater Benefits To Older People
The 1965 Social Security Amend- certificate and also your husband's
ments provide special benefits for death certificate.
older people, according to John V.! "Don't delay inquiring about
Carey, District Manager of the lo- benefits if you think you qualify,"
cal Social Security office. These Carey concluded. The Social Secur-
special benefits are for men born ity office has a supply of new leaf-
before 1892 and women born be- lets explaining the special Social
fore 1895. Older workers, their Security benefits for people 72 or
wives and widows who could not over. If you wish a copy, just
qualify under the old law may now phone, write or visit the office and
be eligible for benefits, ask for leaflet No. 3. The office for
Carey explained that before the this area is located at 1135 Har-
change no benefits were payable prison Avenue, Panama City. (Tele-
if the worker had less than 6 calen- phone 763-5331).
dar quarters of covered work, or


ida dry out faster than most North- one and one-half years. Under the
ern trees. This is so because of the new law, special benefits are pay-
long growing season where trees able if the worker has as little as 3
never really become dormant. In calendar quarters or about three-
general ,spruces shed their needles fourths of a year of work under So-
sooner than either pinor fir. Pines cial Security.
are usually recognized by most peo- A worker who qualifies under
ple. They come 2-5 needles in a leaf the new law will receive a $35 per
sheath, Fir trees such as balsam month retirement check. If his
fir and the Douglas fir have short wife qualifies, she will get a check
flat needles which will not roll be- for $17.50 a month. Widows who
tween the fingers. The spruces qualify will receive $35 per month,
have triangular needles which will "If you think there is any poS-
roll between the fingers. sibility you might qualify," Carey
To test for a fresh tree, rub the advises, "you should get in touch
branches to see if the needles are with your Social Security office
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still IIIIL anu LU see 11 tney will
stay on. Tap the base on the ground
a few times also. If the needles fall,
it has been out too long to be a
good buy.
After you bring the tree home,
make a fresh cut on the base and
place it in a bucket of water in a
cool place. Be sure to supply the
tree with plenty of fresh water at
all times.
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Study Being Made

Of Surface Water
Tallahassee The Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission at a
meeting in Tallahassee, December
3, endorsed a program proposed by
the University of Florida for a
three year study of factors affect-
ing the present and future quality
of Florida Surface water. The Com-


MICHIGAN CHEMICAL TO HAVE
TWO CHRISTMAS PARTIES
All Michigan Chemical employ-
ees and their fives have been in-
vited to a Christmas party at Van
Horn's Supper Club on Beacon Hill.
Because of the large number of
people involved ,the party will
really be two parties: one on De-
cember 9th and one on December
16th.
Last year's party was a tremen-
dous success and no effort is being


right away." DO this even if you spared to make this year's party
were told before August 1965 that spared to make this year's party
you did not have enough credits. equally successful. Refreshments
When you do inquire, the people with hors d'oeuvres will be served
at the Social Security office will beginning at 7:00 p. m. A dinner
need your Social Security number, of roast beef, baked ham, mashed
your birth certificate, or some potatoes and gravy, vegetables,
other old record of your age. If salad and dessert will be served at
you are applying for widow's bene- 8:00 p. m. and dancing will start
fits, you will need your marriage around 9:00 p. m.


rooted fisheries problem that can
be traced back to a condition of
changing water quality."
He added, "Until the basic cause
of the changing fishing condition
can be isolated, identified, and
treated the best we can hope for is
a temporary relief from a plague
that is apparently spreading to
other lakes along with the state's
expanding population."
The research program as pro.
posed by the University of Florida
will study the factors affecting the



quality of Florida's waters and in
view of the state's expanding popu-
lation, ways and means must be
found to retard the destruction of
our fresh waters or within the
foreseeable future, the lakes of
Florida as they exist today will be
a thing of the past," Ashley stated.
The Commission's support of the
three year research program is not
to exceed $15,000 and is contin-
gent upon the financial aid and
support for the balance of the pro-
gram from other sources.


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Bama 12 Oz. Jar
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Baby Food Jars 99c Detergent


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CLOROX


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PURINA
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lb. 10c
LARGE HEAD
LETTUCE
hd. 10c
YELLOW MEDIUM
Onions 3lbs. 10c
ROUND WHITE
POTATOES
10 Ibs. 39c


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lb.


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SLICED BACON Ib. 69c
DUBUQUE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
RIB STEAK lb. 69c
DUBUQUE HEAVY BEEF FULL CUT
ROUND STEAK Ib. 83c
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DUBUQUE HEAVY BEEF ROUND
SHOULDER ROAST Ib. 69c


STEW BONELESS 69
STEW sLB. 69c
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GA. GRADE "A" Limit 3 with Order
F R Y E R S --- -- lb. 23c
PRESTONE
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