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"Port St. Joe- -The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIR'Y-SECOND YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1968 NUMBER 7
Scouters Discuss Finances
Adult. Scouters-of the PFort St. Joe area met
at.the Box R Ranch Monday night to discuss ways
of'raising the balance of Gulf's $2,000 Scout bud-
get. The Scout fundrecdived_ $1,200 earlier in the
year,' which was not' eqgl .to meet county ex-
penses, due to the f.at tIat Sdouting is growing
in Gulf County. '
At Oak Grove'
will. be held in the'
Assembly of God Chi
ning Sunday, October
Spm.,, according to thlu
the church, Rev. Clayl
Rev. Talmadge Ke
be speaking on the
"Hell". He will use
canvas in color of "i
for the Ages",-to supO
A warm welcome av
one to attend this .se
Teen Dance Saturi
The American Le i
Port St. Joe is spon pa
age Hallowe'en Dai
night to be held in th1
ial Building. Music .r
Sheffield's Gates, The,
begin at 8:30 p.m.
27 at 6:00.
m 18 foot
ill. .eI by
In the photo above, James T. McNeill, Ro-
tary Scout Representative opens a raw oyster for
for Vic Vickery, Gulf Coast Executive, third from
left, as Bob Fox, second from left, Julian Bennett,
Lake Sands Chairman and Jim Moore,: District
Executive coach Vickery in how to eat hiPs first
raw oyster. --Star plibto
On Sale for
Reserved seat football tickets
for Friday night's football game.
with Chipley will be available to-*
day and tomorrow at the High
School 'office between the hours.
of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., ac-.
cording. to principal Walter.
Wilder. The reserved seat tick-.
ets will also be available at the
gate if they are not all sold be-"
fore game time.
General admission tickets are
Silatble at all three drug stores
L. n the.city. Those wishing to at-
tend te game are' reminded that-
ida's game could decide the
Gdtlf' Coast -Conference champ-
lionship and,will probably draw a
Large crowd making a delay in
-'purchasing tickets at the gate.
Highland View PTA
The Highland View Elemen-,
tary School will have a Hallo-
we'en Carnival Saturday, Octo-
ber 26. The parade* will start at
3:30 p.m. There wl be a prize
for the best costume. The booths
will be open from 4:00 p.m. to
Everyone is invited.
Port St. Joe Needs An Airportn
.Young Man Killed In Wreck
Near Here Early Saturday
.'" uneiral services for 18-year- "Mrs. Alice Diane Reagani all -of'
old Jeff Franklin Dykes of High- whom live in Highland View.
land View were held Sunday af- Other survivors include his
ternoon at 4:00 p.m. from the r sri, a nl .
Highland View Church of God, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wi-
with the pastor, Rev. Robert ley Dykes of Oak Grove.
SGCary officiating. Burial was in The accident was investigated
Holly Hill Cemetery.
Dykes was killed early Satur-
day morning when the late mo-
del car he was driving ran off
the road on State Road
2 30-A approximately 12
miles South of Port St.
Joe, according to the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Dykes is the second highway
fatality in Gulf County this year.
A patrol representative said
that Dykes' vehicle left the high-
way, rammed into a tree and
overturned. Officers said that
there is no estimate of speed at
the time .of the early morning.
fatal wreck and that the cause -...-.
of the one car accident remains ...
a mystery. -.
Officers estimate that the time
of the accident was about 1:00
a.i. Dykes' body was not discov-
ered for at least two hours. The
Highway Patrol said that the
wreck was found by a passing
motorists who notified authori-
The accident occurred about
one mile south of Indian 'Pass
near the Franklin County line.
Dykes was employed 'by the
St. Joe Paper Company container
He is survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs.' Jeff Dykes; two
brothers, Eugene AllIn and Ter-
ry DeWayne,,Dykes; three sis-
ters, Miss Debra Joann Dykes,
Miss Peggy Larlene Dykes and
by FloridaHi ay PatrolI Troo-
pers R. W. Hilton of Wewahitch-"
ka an4 J. P. Clenny, a homicide
investigator, of Panama City.
Funeral arrangements were
under the direction of Comforter
A battered piece of scrap iron is all that's left of a late model,
sedan in which 18 year o!d Jeff Franklin Dykes was killed early
Saturday morning. -, --Star photo
Sales Clinic Planned for Local Merchants and Employees
Set Your Clock Back
An Hour Saturday,
This Weeki Wachee Mermaid
makes like a clock as everyone
Is reminded to set their clock
back one hour before going to
bed Saturday night.
. The time officially reverts
back to standard time at 2.00
a.m. Sunday morning if you want
to stay up and make thfe change
A four-night sales clinic, meet-
for four consecutive Tuesday.
evenings from 7.30 to 9:30 p.m.,
November 12 through December
3, 'Will be held in Port St. Joe
by Gulf Coast Junior College, it
was announced this week.
The sales clinic is being offer-
ed on request by a number of
Port St. Joe business firms, ac-
cording to Herb Good, Gulf
Coast's dean of community ser-
A non-credit, short course, the
sales clinic will be devoted to-
such topics as "Managing To
Sell" on November 12, "Human
Relations" on November 19; "Re-
tail Merchandising, Inventory
and Distribution" on November
26 and "Successful Selling
Ideas" on December 3.
Instructors for each of the
four nights will be Richard
Wheeler, chairman of Gulf
Coast's business division; Char-
les R. Bond, assistant to the
president at GCJC; Art Specht,
manager of W. T. Grant Co., in
Panama City and Charlie Gram-
ling, district manager for Equit-
able Life Assurance Society:
The four-night course is sche-
duled to meet in the Florida
National' Bank, Good said; and
course fee will be $6.00. Inter--
ested persons may register by
contacting Gannon 'Buzzett at
Buzzett's Drug Store in Port St.
Joe, Herb Good at Gulf Coast,
in Panama City, or at the first
class meeting at 7:00 p.m. on
St. Joe Paper Company, and
Florida First National Bank at
Port St. Joe were hosts yester-
day to about 150 visiting banker
members of the Florida Forest"
Committee, the Florida Forest
Service and others interested in
the preservation o Florida for-
ests. The occasion was a Fdrestry
Forum sponsored by the 'ores-
try Committee of the F.lorida
Th'e program, held at th' Cen-
tennial Building 'got underway ;
at 10:00 a.m. with C. Sch itker,
Chairman FBA Forestry C mmit-
The first item on the program
was a film entitled, '"Song of
Thy Works", using verses from
the bible and pictures to show
application of the Lord's com-
mand to be good stewards of the
earth and its fruits.
Robert Stanley, School of For-.
estry, University of Florida spoke
on the subject,' "Trees Are Ev-
erybody's Business". Stanley told
how trees were the backbone of
important Florida industries and
the vital 'pat suCcessftil indus-
try plays in ;very 'part of our ev-
A film, "'Florida Trees" was
shown by the Florida Foreptry
Service telling of the reason for
forming the service and what it
has meant :to'.the preservation
and growth of Florida's forest'.:
Last Rites Held
For Mrs, Barnes
Funeral-services wete-. held-sat
3:00 p.m. Friday from the High-
land View Baptist Church for.
Mrs. 'Ruth Barnes, age 75, who
passed dway at 12:35 p.nm. Wed-
nesday of last week in .a Panama
City Hospital. Rev.- William N.
Stephens officiated.: Interment
was in Holly Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Barnes was a resident of
Highland View and a member
of the, Highland View Baptist
She is survived' by her hus-
band, Lonnie Barnes of;'Highland
View; one daughter, Mrs. Mearl
Garrett of Highland View; one
Sson, Talmadge Barnes of Glass-
boro, N. J., three grandchildren
and one great grandchild..
Active pallbearers were David
Rich; Hosey Barfield, Clynton
Peterson, Ted Richards, Marvin
:Land and Wallace Guillot.
Honorary pallbearers were H.
A. Campbell, Archie Floyd, Cur-
tis Griffint, Bill Weeks, Clinton
". Cox, Oris Andrews, Grover Hol-
land and Silas Player.
Cub Scout 'Pack Will
Meet Tuesday Night
Port St. Joe's .Cub Scout Pack
47 will meet Tuesday night at
7:00 p.m. in the High School
Cafeteria, according to Edward
All Cubs and bpys eligible for
the Cub Scouts are urged to, at-
Following the program, a sea-
food dinner was served by the
host, and the Florida Forest Ser-
vice. The dinner started by serv-
ing oysters on the halfshell by
Indian Pass Seafood Company.,
The Port St. Joe Sharks prov-
ed to be good mudderss" last
Friday night as they slogged
their way to a 6-0 victory over
Monticello in 4 downpour of rain..
The victory was an important
one for the Sharks since it was
their initial conference contest
of the season and pitted the lo-
cal team against what will prqb-
.ably be their most formidable
conference foe. As a result of
last Friday's victory, the Sharks
now face the possibility of tak-
ing the Gulf Coast Conferencee
crown in this, their, first winning
season in several.
Playing on a rain drenched
field, neither team .was able to
muster a sustained drive. The
Monticello team pushed inside
the )Sharks 20-yard line four
times, once to the nine, but were
held each time by the rugged
It was the Sharks excellent
team defensive play that kept
the Tigers at bay and that won
the game for the Sharks. Quar-
terback Ricky Lovett intercepted
a Monticello pass in the third
The fish dinner was prepared by
the field kitchen crews of the
Florida Forest Service.
Following the dinner, the visi-
tors took a guided tour of the
St. Joe Paper Company mill.
period and raced for the touch-
Despite the mud and rain, the
Tigers tried to upset the Sharks
via the ,air route, throwing 18
times. The Sharks threw' only
six times, completing one.
'The Tigers edged the Sharks
in the statistics, getting nine
first downs to five for ,the
Sharks. The Tigers gained a to-
tal of 174 yards to 86 picked
up by the.Sharks.
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
will be -host to:the Chipley Ti-
gers for their second confer-
ence game of. the season. The
Tigers, will be tough.
First downs --------- 9
Rushing yardage --108
Passing yardage -... 66
Passes Attempt ------18
Passes completed 8
Intercepted by ------ 0
Prnt average .--_____ 34
Fumbles lost --------2
Yards penalized .---- 25
Patrol Ordered to Enforce
State Auto Inspection Law
State Highway patrolmen Tuesday were or-
dered to start immediate enforcement of Flor-
ida's auto inspection law except in Duval and
Col. H. N. Kirkman, patrol director, instruct-
ed troopers to issue a 48-hour warning card to
motorists who have not had their cars inspected
according to the state schedule.
Vehicles with license tags ending in the
numbers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 are now delinquent,
Kirkman said, and action will be taken against
any offender who fails to have his car inspected
during the 48-hour warning period.
Any motorist given one of the warnings, he
said, must have the card signed at the inspec-
tion station and return it to the trooper within
48 hours not including week ends or holidays.
Kirkman announced earlier that the highway
patrol, which administers the new inspection pro-
gram, had not been strictly enforcing the inspec-
tion deadlines to give the public time to get ac-
quainted with the requirements. He also rioted
that several counties did not have adequate in-
spection stations available.
State Bankers, Foresters
Here for Forum Yesterday
Horse Show Winners
Donnie- Mack Young, left, it presented the high point trophy
earned at the Lions' Club Horse Show Sunday afternoon. Presenting
-the-trophy is Larry Davis,.show chairman and Roy Burch, co-chair-
man. A large.crowd wae-reported- in attendance at the sh-w which
featured over 100 horses and riders. --Star photo
Sharks Now Have Four Victories With
6-0 Win Over Monticello; Chipley 'Next
1 1 14 i .
PGE T '
We Cannot Vote Against :
They tell me ii is much easier to defend the negative
side of any question than it is to defend the positive side.
Maybe that's why so many of us can so easily be "against"
something, and so few of us "for" a question.
In line with this thinking, we would like to take the
negative method of telling you why we will vote for the
school bond issue which will be put before the freeholders
of Gulf County on Tuesday, November 5. The issue will
provide $1.1 million to provide money to complete the
two new high school buildings currently under construction
in Gulf County.
First, I will not vote against the bond issue because
I like or dislike the school board members or the superin-
tendent. What feelings or animosities we might possibly
have for one another, has no bearing at all upon the mat-
ter of whether or ziot we need to complete this building
I will not vote against the bond issue because the pro-
gram is costing too much. Everything costs too much
these days, and there isn't much chance they will ever cost
less at least in our-lifetime. There is a very good
chance that we will have to pay much more for the build-
ings if we wait.
We will not cast our vote against the bond issue be-
cause "we don't need this much building right now". We
may not.-, right now but it won't be but a matter of
just a year or two, at present rate of growth, before the
new. building will be utilized to capacity.
We remember when the present high school was
built. It was designed for just under 400 students. The
day it was occupied it was too small. Hardly a year has
passed'since its construction, but what a new room wasn't
being planned or being built. And these add-on rooms are
expensive; -besides taxing the utilities designed to meet
original design. Presently the Port St. Joe High School
has in the neighborhood of 700 students nearly double
the original capacity of the present high school. Washing-
ton High School has approximately 200 students. This
is a total enrollment of 900 students to go into a building
designed for 1,100 to 1,200 students. So we put off build-
ing an extra room for a year or two.
No', we can't vote against the new school bond issue
because the building is too big.
We won't vote against the bond issue because we don't
like the design of the building. Whether we like the de-
sign or not is immaterial and beside the point. The build-
ing-we are convinced-is entirely functional and the de-
sigi lends itself well to expansion when expansion is need-
ed. The fact that plans were built in for expansion when
we know it is inevitable, pleases us. Whether we like the
concept of the design or not, we predict that everyone
will be as proud as punch of "our new school" once it is
opened for use.
f No, we cannot vote against the bond issue for these
and a host of other reasons.
We can vote for the bond issue because we are convinc-
ed of the fact that we need the space, the facilities and
teaching aids as designed into this new building. We
think it will benefit our children and their education, so
we will vote for it and somehow, even though it winds up
costing a few dollars a year, we will pay the bill.
When he spoke to the Football Writers Association
in Chicago just prior to the current football season, Vince
Lombardi, former coach of the Green Bay Packers, made
a few observations which made us stop and think and
maybe-you will, too. Such as:
"Motivation is becoming a great problem in-
America. There seems to be a growing sentiment: If you
don't like a rule, break it. So much has been done to
strengthen the rights of the individual, but weaken those
of the family and the law. ,
"Too many confuse freedom with license. The
S-values of. freedom are duty, respect for authority and
". Character, rather than education is man's '
greatest need -- and his greatest safeguard.
0' "It's hard-to take a'soeiety where sympathy seems
only for the misfit, the criminal, the loser. It's time for
greater respect for the doer, the achiever, the winner.
"Hea rt power, not hate power, should be 'the
strength of America ..."
It would be pretty hard to argue with any of Lom-
This would probably serve to give us a clue as to why
football is the craze of America today. We all know of
Mr. Lombardi's desire and will to win. He is a great co0m-
petitor and his competitive spirit made him a legend in
the world of football. Competition and success is:'what
football is all about. America is also a land that is fabled
to hold the "pot of gold" for those who put out the extra
effort. Maybe this is why football is so big in America;
.one must put forth, everything he has to win and
there's a whopping 'six points waiting at the goal line for
the one who wants to make the effort.
In the environment in which 'Mr. Lombardi made his
address, he was concerned with the future of America,
since the erosion of the competitive spirit was a danger
to the perpetuation of "pure football". So we can still
support and be militant about our football, because when
the spirit of our football playing begins to ebb we have a
hint that our spirit is on the wane. and with our spirit
goes the backbone.
'It's nice to be able to be patriotic while doing some-
thing we like like enjoying a good football game.
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RA1tSE y Editor' and Publisher
Also Linotype Ooerator. Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist. Reporter. Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
Pos'romFc Box 808 PloNE 227-3161
Poir ST. JOE, FLOIDA 82456
Entered as eerond-aiass matter. Decenlber 19, 1987, at the Postofflce, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
-SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR. $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75' THREE MOS. 27"0
OUT 'OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. On. Year, M5.00
TO ADVERTISERS--ln cas of error or commission In advertisements. the published
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for iCB
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word to thounhtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly eon-
viadce. The spoken word is lost; the printed word rematis.
The Rise of
Communism In U.S.A.
by ARTHUR W. McFADDEN
The Communist Party will sys-
tematically and persistently pro-
pagate the idea of the inevitabil-
ity of the necessity for violent
revolution, and will prepare the
workers for armed insurrection
as the only means of overthrow-
ing the capitalist state."
During the following months
the Executive Committee of the,
Comintern sent directives to the
executive committee of the Comn-
piunist Party of America insist-
ing upon the .establishment of
illegal: apparatus for eventual,
underground operations. The
Communist Party of America
submitted for Moscow approval'
a set of rules applicable to under-/
ground activity. The set of rules
started out with the basic prin-
ciples, then went into detail, ex-
plaining each rule. They were:
1. Don't betray Party work
and Party workers under any
2. Don't carry or keep with'
you names and addresses, ex-,
cept in good code.
3. Don't keep in your rooms
openly any incriminating docu-
ments or literature.
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Three Men Receive
WASHINGTON, D.C. Steve
Hand, Robert Brunner and John
Fadio, all of Port St., Joe have
been appointed as certified rifle,
pistol and shotgun instructors by
the National Rifle Association of
America, it was announced this
week by the N.R.A.
The new instructors were ap-
pointed on the basis of experience
and, the successful completion of'
an extensive examination. They
are now qualified to conduct clas-
ses in basic marksmanship and safe
Hand, Brunner and Fadio join
the ranks of selected volunteer in-;
structors throughout the country
who'donate many hout- in the
NRA- small arms education pro-
gram. The program has been -in
operation since 1876; since that
time many millions of people have
been taught to handle and enjoy
firearms safely and effectively.
4. Don't take any unnecessary
risks in Party work.'
5. Don't shirk Party work be-
cause of the risk connected with
6. Don't boast of what you:
'have done or have to do. for the
'7. Don't divulge your member,
ship in the Party without neces-
8. Don't let spies follow you to
appointments or meetings.
9. Don't lose your nerve in
10. Don't answer any questions
if arrested, either at prelimin-
ary hearings or in court.
Communist Party training
schools were established in the
-United, States. Students studied
political analysis, application of'
Marxist-Leninist principles, Com-
munist theory and practice, pro-
paganda, agitation and organi-
zation; and revolutionary tactics,
street fighting and how to make'
Selected students were sent to
the Lenin School. of Political
,Warfare in Moscow. Besides po-
litical, organizational and propa-
ganda subjects and methods,
they were also taught guerrilla
warfare, sabotage and espionage.
At this time, upon orders from
Moscow, the Communist party in
the United States started an ex-
tensive campaign to organize
Party nuclear 'in trade unions, in-'
dustrial unions, factory commiit-
tees, educational and social or-
ganizations, in government insti-
tutions, in the armed forces, and
in the organizations of the agri-
cultural laborers, tenant farmers,
small farmers, etc. The purpose
of this infiltration was to carry
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The place you've got to go to see what's going on-your Ford Dealer!
St. Joe Motor Company
__ at PORT ST. JOE
We took a little trip this past week end up to Macon to
see relatives and our one lone grandson. That grandson is coming
right along. Here he is just barely over two months and already
he is standing up (with just a little help) and talking. He can say
"yabba, dabba, goo, goo", which means "How you doin' grandpa?"
SWhile up near Macon, we went to the new Macon Colliseum,
which isn't completely finished yet, and saw the new "Holiday On
Ice", which is now touring the country. That's the first time we
had ever seen a real, live ice show and -%e enjoyed it very much.
Mlacon's new colliseum is a beautiful building and a true asset
to a city that is growing by leaps and ,bounds. ;
A little unsolicited testimonial for Emmett Daniell and his
mosquito control department.
How many times have'you said, "That spray doesn't kill those
mosquitoes it just makes them mad." I'll bet you've said it
a hundred times at least.
It might not kill them. I don't know. But one thing I can say
for sure is that two weeks ago, at the Graceville game, the mos-
quitoes were threatening to carry us off. During the half-time
the mosquito control department sprayed and the mosquitoes
quit biting. I couldn't 'say whether the spray killed them or just
ran them off, but it stopped them from biting.
Gladys passed us by last week end./ We didn't even get a
decent rain out of the deal which I thought was pretty thought-
less of Gladys. If she were going to come this close, at least she
could have wet the parched lips of this part of the country.
It's hard to say, from the amateur's point: of view, what caused
the cool weather Gladys or other circumstances but what-
ever has brought about the hint: of fall .we appreciate it.
Jacqueline married her second millionaire Sunday.
Somebody asked the other day, if Jacqueline was marrying for
love or' money. I really couldn't say, but for any woman to be
marrying a millionaire twice, her age, it looks suspicious.
One thing we inay look for, though, is the fact that Jacqueline
may be inrfor troubles other than those of the heart or inheritance.
Uncle Sam' may get her and Aristotle for violation of the anti-
trust act, when they move to Jackie's apartment in New York.
Putting Jackie's millions and Aristotle's millions together could
get them into a heap of trouble.
You've been reading of the mini, mini, mini skirts being worn
in the big cities these' days. We saw a sampling of what the col-
umnists are talking about in Macon over the week end. They are
-short. Many of the manufacturers say .they are making clothing
now that will take more wear.. They also take more dare.
Did 'you hear about the teen-ager who spent two years trying
to find himself?
Got a haircut and there he was!
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Floirldi THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24,1968
on the propaganda of the Com-
Individuals were trained-just-
'like any intelligence agent-for
the eventual role they were to
play. They had an assigned mis-
sion. It is difficult for many peo-
ple to believe that an educator
or religious figure, such as a
priest, :rabbi or minister is a
Communist. What they don't un-
derstand is that the person was
first a Communist. This was
their assigned mission.
New tower (left) and.
-. new heater unit (right)
-- now fully "on' stream"
at Gliden-Durkee plant
U of SCM Corporation
here in Port St. Joe af-
ter remodeling and ex-
After- almost one year of con-
struction, a half-million dollar
expansion to the Glidden-Durkee
Port St. Joe Tall Oil Plant has
been completed and is now "on
stream". The new equipment in-
cludes a plant heat-supply unit
that supplements the existing
unit to meet the increased "beat-
ments of the facility, and a new
fractionating tower almost 100
feet tal, to replace a smaller
tower in the plant which has be-
Director of Engineering and
Production for the Organic
Chemicals Group of Glidden-
Durkee, William A. Frondorf,
stated that these major equip-
ment additions are now in full
operation, and before the end of
1968 should prove their value in
more efficient plant operation
plus further improvement to the
Marketing improvements plan-
ned for Glidden-Durkee Tall Oil
Products have also culminated
recently, according to the Organ-
ic Chemicals Group's Manager of
Marketing, Dr. Ralph Close. The
Port St. Joe plant introduced a
significantly improved rosin re-
cently, and is this week introduc-
ing a new Tall Oil Fatty Acid
product called SYLFAT-95. This
new chemical offers a two per-
cent acid quality at the price of
four percent grade products;
lighter color also adds to this
new fatty acid's market desirabil-
ity. Dr. Close stated: "These new
additions to our Tall Oil Indus-
trial Chemicals line will assist us
greatly in the highly competitive
rosins and oils markets."
Gulf Gets State
TALLAHASSEE--State funds re-
leased to Florida's ,67 county
boards of public instruction this
month totaled $41.2 million, a 74
per cent increase over school mo-
nies released last October, Comp-
troller Fred 0. Dickinson, Jr., re-
ported this week.
Dickinson said that $38.8 million
of the disbursement was supplied
by funds of the Minimum Founda-
tion Program. Additional operat-
ing funds came from state sales,
Gulf County received $101,969
for the month. Last year, Gulf re-
ceived $59,303 for the same month
STARFIRE SLICED No. 2 Can
PINEAPPLE ..--- can 29c
PICNIC HAMS lb. 33c
FROSTY MORN 12 OZ. PKG.
WIENERS ---- pkg. 39c
Whole or '2 Slab-SLICED FREE
SLAB BACON ------b. 39c
CHUCK ROAST -----b. 49c
CUBE STEAK ------ b. 89c
7-BONE STEAK -----lb. 69c
3 doz. $1.00
FOLGER'S WITH $7.50 ORDER or MORE
TOMATOES l-------b. 19c
U. S. NUMBER 1
Ib. can 59c
NEW CROP SWEET
STEW BEEF--------lb. 29c
STEW BEEF---- lb. 39c
PIG TAILS l------b. 19c
H A M ---------lb. 89c
BUTT or SHANK PORTION
CURED HAM --- lb. 49c
PORK First Cut Center Cut
CHOPS-- lb. 49c lb. 69c
THE STAR, ort St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1968 PAGE THREW
4 pair 88c
.W "_L. -Sizes 1 thr 12
We're Not Spooking
We're Not Spooking .
BUY NOW and SAVE!
Regular $15.00 and $20.00 Values. Sizes
3 through 12. With and without fur
trim. Plaids and solids. ____
Ladies Brushed Nylon and
Gowns & Pajamas
Cozy and warm ... Solids
and Prints. Short or full
No Spook Could Find A Better Buy!
Patents and lea.
other straps. Per-
fect for school &
dress. Sizes thru
Men and '
28 thru 44 waist.
Asst. fall colors
Turtle and mock turtle
neck. Short or long
sleeve. S., M., L.
Ladies z! Length
and Full Length
Jr. 3 thru Ladies 22V2.
Fur trim or without.
Terrific values. Pretty
Boy's Asstd. Fancy
SL AC KS
So popular .
spookin'. Sizes 8-16.
Boy's and Girls'
American made. Dependable
quality. Boys sizes 4V thru
12. Girls through size 3. Mis-
sy sizes 5V2-10. Assorted col-
osr and white.
length. Sizes through XL.
Infants, Toddlers and Girls SEAMLESS Men's Rand and Randeraft
KNIT SHIRTS NYLON HOSE SHOES $8.88 pr.
You, will almost believe, that
c 2 pr.* 88 we're spooldkin' when you see
these values. Loafers and Ox-
Turtle and mock turtle neck. Assorted fall shades. 81/ to
Assorted solids and stripes. 11. Good quality. Dependable. fords, 6V2 to 12. Val. to $15.00.
O Y'S and GIRLS' MEN'S
$1.88 and $2.88
Sizes 0 through 18 mos. Knits. Boys
and girls sizes through 14.
MEN and BOYS'
3 pr. 88
Sizes 9-13. Even spooks can
get excited over thit super
L ADIES' SH 0 ES
Dress and Casual
Shoes that can
be worn now and
all winter.- Values
four games from Team No 2. On and Mary Brown and Mary Whit-
A ll 1the winning team, high game and field tied for high series with a
A lley series goes to Joan Falbe with a 405.
game of 145 and '412 series. OnI St. Joe Kraft won three from
Team No. 2, high game and series the A.N. Railroad Hoboes. High
goes to Melba Barbee with a 154 series for St. Joe Kraft went to
e r game and series of 406. Mary Alice Lyons an dalso high
Know Your Team! Correcting a game with a 208 game ,nd a 491
mistake on Tapper's Senators. In- series. Miriam Pfieffer had a high
stead of Mary Whitfield, it should game as she racked up a 160 and
F LADIES WINTER LEAGUE have been Mary Alice Lyons. Sor- high series with a 405 for the A.N.
On lanes 1 and 2, Tappers won ry about that girls. Railroad Hoboes.
three and a half games from 13 -- League standing through Wed-
Mile. For the winners, high game The Gulf County Ladies Bowling nesday, October 16 is as follows:
and series was rolled by Lois League met Wednesday night, Oc- Won Lost
Smith with a 169 game and 468 tober 16 with the following results: Amison's Seafood 17 7
series. For 13 Mile-, high game goes Amnisons took three out of four St. Joe Kraft .. 16% 7%
to Donna Ward with a game of 157 from Williams Alley Kats. Verna St. Joe Furniture ------16% 7'%
and series of 458. Burch again walked away with Williams Alley Kats -- 16 9
On lanes 3 and 4, Pate's took all high game at 202 and high series Carpettes 11 13
four games from Hannon's. Ruby with 527. Eleanor Williams had Whitco 10 14
Lucas shot a 499 series for the win- high game for the Alley Kats with WJOE Radio Actives _- 8 16
ners and Anna Smith rolled a fine a 140 and Norma Hobbs had highly ANRR Hoboes --------2 22
180 game. On Hannon's team, high series with 400. The League meets every Wed-
game and series goes to Barbara St. Joe Furniture won four from nesday night beginning at 7:30
Owens with a 352 series and a 130 the Carpettes. Dot Williams had p.m.
game. high game with 160 and Ruby Lu- j
On lanes 5 and 6, Dairy Burger cas had high series with a 407.
took all four games from No. 1 Hazel Barton led the Carpettes ALABAMA GUESTS
Drive-In. For the winners, Evelyn with a 146 game and a 41 Iseries. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cason of
Smith fired high game of 172 and WJOE Radio Actives took all Birmingham, Ala., were the guests
series of 476. For No. 1 Drive-In, four from Whitco as Patsy Cooley I of Mrs. E. H. VanLandingham. Mr.
high game and series goes to Mir-. had a good night with a 177 game. and Mrs. C a s o n accompanied
iam Pfieffer with a 154 game and Patsy also had high series with a Mrs. VanLandingham to Tallahas-
416 series. 428. Dot Creamer led Whitco with see where she was admitted to
On lanes 7 and 8, Marvin's took high game when she rolled a 147 Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
Kakhi or' grey twill pants.
Matching shirt, short or long
Ladies Guaranteed Quality
White and assorted colors.
Sizes 5-10. Limit 3 pair to
customer at this price.
NIGHTS MAKES MANY
NIGHI FEEL OLD
Common Kidney or Bladder Irrita-
tions make many men and women
feel tense and nervous from frequent
burning or itching urination nighi
and day. Secondearily, you may lose
sleep and have Headace, Backache
and feel older tired, depressed. In
such cases, C STEX Usually brings
relaxing comfort by curbing Irritat-
ing germs in acid urine and quickly
easing paln.GetCYSTEXat druggists.
See GARLAND DUNLAP at
Cowart Motor Co.
301 Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe
IF YOU DON'T SEE IT ASK FOR IT!
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Oct. 24, 25 and 26,
OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
WITH $7.50 ORDER or MORE
SUGAR 10 Ib. bag 89c
GA. GRADE "A" SMALL
IRISH POTATOES----- 10 lb. bag 39c
(Formerly P. T. McCormick's)
Y I a ~I I
A G GENUINE
Sizes 3 thru 24!/
AMMM&MMOOF %or "'S
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--PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
OCT. 23, 24, 25, 26
SHave you considered the small return you receive for a book ,
of trading stamps? A minimum purchase of $120.00 is required to
fill a book with trading stamps. For your $120.00 worth of pur-
chasesi you receive a premium worth approximately $3.00 Your
actual savings amounts to $1.00 for each $40.00 you spend in a
food store giving stamps. In many cases, you have already paid
more than this to cover the store's cost of the stamps.
* More and more customers are finding they can actually
double their savings by shopping at a no-stamp store and taking
their savings in cash. We invite you to give our everyday ow
prices a try and see for yourself, The savings will surprise you.
p1UST iii 4M
KRAFT 22 OZ. BAG
BILL RICH, Market Manager
- GRADE 'A' GA. or FLA. WH
LARGE VARIETY OF
1. Loin Sliced
CENTER CUT 79C
POUND .. O9
STABLERITE TENDER BEEF CHUCK
GRADE"'A" LEG or BREAST
FRYER QUARTERS -- -- lb. 35c
GRADE 'A' FRYER
LEGS, THIGHS, BREAST-------lb. 48c
GROUND BEEF---------3 Ibs. $1.19
MORRELL PRIDE BONELESS
CANNED HAMS ------- 3 lb. can $2.69
TABLERITE PURE OUR OWN
PORK SAUSAGE --------2 Ibs. 69c
BEEF LIVER -------------- Ib. 38c
KRAFT SOFT PARKAY
OLEO -------1 lb. pkg., 39c
KRAFT PHILADELPHIA CREAM
CHEESE-----12oz. pkg. 49c
BISCUITS ------2 cans 33c
SAVE MORE EVERYDAY
AT RICH'S 1IGA!
SAVE EVEN MORE WITH A $10.00 ORDER ---
Laundry Detergent With $10.00 Order
A X.AJAX 9c4
Maxwell House With $10.00 Order
K, ii COFFEE". 58c
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
ROBIN ROOD FLOUR ---
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
HANDY PACK CRINKLE CUT
POTATOES------- 2 lb. bag 29c
FISH STEAK -------2 lb. pkg. 99c
STRAWBERRIES --..1 Ib. pkg. 39c
5Ib. bag 49c
GA. or FLA. GRADE "A"
1 DOZ. 1 DOZ.
LARGE MEDIUM 9yC
.3 "DOZEN $ 1.0
FREE ONE BOX FREE
DIXIE LILY GRITS FREE
With Purchase of Any 3 Dozen Eggs
DEL MONTE 6' OZ. CANS
HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER REG. CANS,
IGA BARTLETT NO.
JACK & BEANSTALK MIDGET NO. 303 CANS
Sweet Peas 2AN 55c
VAN CAMP N. D. STYLE KIDNEY NO. 300 CANS
BEANS 4' A69
AJAX LIQUID REG. SIZE
DUNCAN HINES CAKE REG. SIZE
25c MIXES 3$PKGS.$1.00e
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P 0 LE
ANTISEPTIC REG. $1.15
14 OZ. 89C
PEPTO BISMOL -- 8 oz. btl. 89c
FAMILY DEODORANT REG. $1.00
RIGHT GUARD -----4 oz. can 79c
lb. 19c YELLOW
lb. 12c SUNKIST LE
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1968 PAGE FIVE
SPlants which have been grown in ing.
Containers have the advantage of 0 Activities
A transplanting well anytime, pro- This is a busy month for gar-
lu ty A ent g vided their roots are well establish- U i ig r I a deners.
C ounty A gs ed in those containers. Now is the time to make ha:d-
i t October among other things, is by heights is one problem-solving into the top six inches of the soil o cuttings of such popular
S, If trees and shrubs are properly October amog."tg, ..b" h;"ghts"is 0 "wood cuttings of such popular
SM planted,, chances for survival a the month, of marriages. It is se. approach. Some taller growing an- some grass clippings, compost or shrubs as abelia, flowering quince,
N ote ... su cond to June in popularity. nuls forthe back areas of the gar- other organic materials. While do insettia hsturk's-ap,
growth a e improved. Unfortunate- den are delphinium, larkspur, ing this you, might also add 5 repe myrtletia hpri b I s c vets, tupomegranatep,
By CU iE LAIRD, county Aaent ly, many soils consist of only a If prior commitments prevent cleome and hollyhock pounds of superphosphate per 100 and yellow-elder., p e
thin layer of top soil and heavy marriage, you can at- least fall in Inthe center rows and toward square feet of bed area.
subsoil. When transplanting into a love with gardening, because .t .. ..he medium I A few of the many other activi-
Autumn is one of the best times cautions are taken. With the except poor sil, a hole should be dug flowers won't make ou a bigamist. rontonser e Transplanting from the flat to ties include planting Italian rye,
to transplant woody plants for tion of a few plants, transplanting larger than the root system or ball Also, license to garden won't re- agratu, didicus gsopha, n- e lower bed is a es your Kentucky blue or red top grass
the home landscape. may be done in either fall or to be placed in it. Part of the soil qre a blood test, but once you aria and carnations are examples. I green m lawns for greener winter color;
The growth of trees and shrubs spring. Some of the exceptions in- from the hole should be mixed with get gardening in your blood you For low edging you might use al-I To nmke the honor roll, pick a planting cool weather vegetables;
slows down toward the end of sum- lude azaleas, holly, dogwood, and some type of organic matter sp- wll never become divorced fro lyssum, verbena, phlox or some of nice cool, cloudy, evening, after and digging and storing caladium
tmer, and plants become dormant magnolia. Difficult-to-move plant hagnum peat moss, compost or leaf the hobby. the dwarf nasturtiums. a rain. Use care in handling the bulbs
with. the onset of cooler weather. usually have better chance of sur, mold, at the rate of two. parts of Regardless of your amorous sit- With u to 100 annuals to choose seedlings. Break off as few roots
Therefore, ansplantedy pwith le nts can bhevivpring.y are ranspan s n nation, if you're going to have a from, it wouldn't be a problem to as possible; don't expose them to Spraying azaleas with iron sul-
transplanted with less shock to the the spring. Before placing the plant in the topnotch flower garden this fall fill the garden with many kinds of direst sunlight or the air for a long fate if needed, checking plants for
plant. Most types of evergreen and hole, fill the hole partly with soil and winter, now's the time to plan colorful plants. period; don't set plants too deeply, scale infestation, trimming spring-
Plants moved when in an actively large shade trees should be moved mixture. Then position the plant so the planting, layout. A ^t^e ^owg the seed in flats and give them partial shade until flowering hedges, mulching fig
growing state lose an excessive a- carrying a ball of soil covered tight- that it will be the same depth as For best posing of color, locate and while you are waiting for them they have a chance to recover from trees and preparing all your shrubs
mount of. water, unless special pre-!ly with material such as burlap. it was before transplanting. Finish the. annual flowers so they bloom anto while you areah transplanwaiting fosize, pre the shock of transplanting.
filling the hole with-the soil mix 'in front of a back drop of green pare the flower beds. T insure best possible growth, ores that ill kee ou
and form. a ridge over the peri- foliage. This technique will make k ep the soil moist. When two or oter ores t w eepyo
I t .. meter of the hole with excess soil. the colors show up vividly. First turn the soil with a s the soilkee the soil moist. When two or busy.
2 The 'extra soil will form a reservoir Also in selecting the lot, re- or other tool. Remove all weeds, more ture leaves appear, feed the --
for water applied to the soil sur- member that for best color most sticks, stones, dog bones and pther plants with about 3 pounds of 6-6-6
face. The ridge eventually will dis- annuals must have a full five-hour debris and then rake the area into (N-P-K) fertilizer per 100 square CLASSIFIED ADS
appear as the soil around the roots sunbath per day. a loose mixture for good aeration feet of bed area. In some cases you "Midget Investments With
S' Settles. Next comes the vexing problem and drainage. may need to make a sebnd ferti-. Gan, Return
SPay close attention to watering of what to plant. Choosing plants If available, it will pay to work lizer application prior to flower-
transplanted ornamentals 'during
the first season. The roots initial-
ly are restricted to a- small soil
volume which' will dry out before
the surrounding soil will. Water
the plants thoroughly and' as often
as necessary to prevent the soil
from drying out.
TALLAHASSEE The "de-
fence" in defensive, driving is leav-
ing an escape route to avoid the
errors of other drivers the. Florida
Highway Patrol said today.
Colonel :H. N. Kirkman, Director,
of the Departmnent of Public Safe-
ty said, "Watch for changes in traf-
fic conditions and prepare your-
self for the action to take if and
when an accident producing situa-
tion develops. Leave yourself room
to take proper evaSive action.
. "This means constantly re-eval-
uating traffic, and making adjust-
ments to keep your vehicle in? the
best possible position to avoid the
errors of other drivers,", Kirkman
The Patrol Chief told motorists
that leaving ample following dis-
tance apd a "swerve path" to either
side will establish an escape route
and will help avoid the rear-end
Department of Publici Safety re-
cords show that almost a quarter
of the State's accidents during the
first part of 1968 were rear-end
type crashes which the Patrol says
could have been avoided if the
Last 3 ,Days of this BIG ANNUAL FALL SALE!
MENS & BOYS ORLON,
COMFORT CREW SOCKS
BO Y$ MEANS $
., ,'12, for I 3for
Orion/Nyton combination for long
S. wear and extra foot comfort. Choice
of black white darks and pastels.'
r Mens 10/13. Boys 6/8%. 9/11 Best
"Z1., selling sockin the NationI
SBoys FLANNEL SHIRT
Heavy weight cotton flannel
with long sleeves. Regular
t Handsome as-
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"at this low
J B Ypricel
r SHIRT, JR. BOYS- NEVER PRESS
left and used an es-
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PORT ST. JOE HIGH STADIUM
SEPT. 20 Wewahitchka, H
SEPT. 27 -- Chattahoochee, H
OCTOBER 4---------Baker, T
OCTOBER 1 ---- Graceville, H
OCTOBER 18 Monticello, T
OCTOBER 25 -------Chipley, H
NOVEMBER I .. Wakula, T
NOVEMBER 8 --- Bonifay, H
NOVEMBER 15 --- Quincy, T
NOVEMBER 22 --. Blountstown, H
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COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
Pete Hortense Rocky
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
C. l Someone Long Distance"
Florida First National Bank
at PORT ST. JOE
West Florida Gas and Fuel Co.
"Our Rolling Pipelines Never End"
PDANLEY FURNITURE CO.
"Make Your House A Home"
1968 SHARK FOOTBALL SQUAD
Port St. Joe's 1968 Edition of The Sharks. From
left to' right, front row: Perky Whitei Terry Parrish, Don-
ald Capps, Jimmy Rogers, Mike Gainnie, Dennis Atchi-
son, Chuck Boberts. Second row; David Maddox, Larry
McFarland, Don Jamison, Jimmy Lancaster, Robert No-
bles, Chris jarley, Ricky Anderson, Charles Britt. Back
row: Bob Burch, Jimmy Davis, Adrian Gant, Buddy Boy-
ette, Mike Wimberly, Joe McLeod, GeorgeAnchors. Not
present when picture was made: Ricky Lovett, Mike Bur-
kett, Eddie Holland, ChaIes Smith, Steve Adams, Terry
Parrish, Glen Harper, Ricky Robertson and David Lang-
ston. --Star photo
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CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
2 Pharmacists On Duty
GULF SERVICE STATION
Aubrey R. Tomlinson
GEORGE G. TAPPER CO., Inc.
Your Indqpendent Insurance Agent
Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
Save by the 10th Earn from the 1st
ST. JOE ICE COMPANY
and DIXIE SEAFOOD COMPANY "
ST. JOE ECON-OWASI
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"Serving Seafood to the South"
J. LAMAR MItER,Agent
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'New and Used Cars Auto Repairs
THE DAIRY BURGER
Enjoy A Sandwich and A Shake After the Game
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" I I I III
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1968
Tng STAR. Port.St. Joe. Florida
:Melody Rebekah Lodge Entertains Mexico Beach Scouts
State President At Banquet, Meeting Last week end members of Mex-
ico Beach Troop 303 went on a
t camping trip to Camp Millergren.
SIy MRS. MARY WEEKS IHeit; of Orlando. During the camping trip some boys-
e other e of Rebekah-Odd- Mrs.. Lillie Rasmussen, Noble passed some tests for first and
fellowship in evidence as the Grand of Melody, gave greetings second class ratings. At the coun.
members ofelody Rebekah Lodge and presented her husband, Wil- cil fire, some of the boys played
enersn in ho- of Mrs -d tliam Rasmussen and asked her sis tug-of-war with a rope until it
Entertained in honor of Mrs. Lo- ter ebekahs to introduce their broke
rien Heitz of Orlando on Tuesday ter ebekas to introduce theirbroke.
evening, Octoer 15ando on Tuesday husbands whereupon, Mrs. Elsie The boys attending this camping
evening, Octoberved a15. t 6:00 Griffin presented Police Chief trip were David Stroble, Larry
A banquet was served private dining "Buck" Griffin and Mrs. Shirley Tate, Raymond Hart, Wade Tillary,
p.m. in the large private dining Whitfield followed with an intro- Laurent Corbin, Martin Biggins,
room of Jimmys.estauant where duction of her husband, navigator Ronald Biggins, Johnny'Hanna and
the, long "T"p form shaped banquet table Ulysses Whitfield.. Benny Whitfield and a Webelos
wad in top form in mts Halowe'en Mrs. Lillie Rasnqussen presided Scout, Charles Howell.
d or-from the imposing floral ar- atthe regular meeting of the Supervisors were Scoutmaster C.
rangements to the menu that was Ledge which followed at American
fit -to please any witch or goblin, Lgion Hall.
as well as the fastidious taste of Legion Hall. courtesy that followed. She was
the Rebekahs and their guests, Honors were extended to Mrs. brought to trial before a judge and
was inscribed .on a black paper cat Lorien Heitz, President of the Re- court of justice and was finally vin-
and bracelets of elastic adorned bekah Assembly of Florida; Dr. dicated and later entertained by
with black and orange pompoms'John Heitz, Past Grand Master of two witches, who took her for a
made of silk net, were used as fa- the Grand Lodge of Florida; and ride in an invalid's chair, after
yors -Mrs. Flora Long,/Past President of which' they taught her to ride a
Mrs. Mary Weeks gave the table the Rebekah Assembly of'Florida. broom-stick at a tremendously
prayer. The Noble- Grands, Past Noble swift pace, after they had given
Mrs. Flora Long radiated friend- Grands'and Vice Grands of Subor- her a witches black robe anA a tall
ship and good cheer in her role as dinate Lodges as. well as all pres- black hat identical to their Own.
mistress of ceremonies lent and past Assembly and Grand A large "trick or treat" bag was
Mrs. Hulean Thames gave the Lodge officers were given an op- put in her' hand and a personal
,- address of welcome and Miss Mary portunity to introduce themselves. .,gift from each member of Melody
Katherine Conner of Wewahitchka 1Mrs. Eleanor Williams presented was thrown into the bag .
gave the response. Mrs. Heitz a ,gift from Melody A social hour and refreshments
Mrs. Lorien Heitz, the guest of Lodge after which "a bit. of non- -were ,enjoyed by guests from
honor, was recognized and she pre- sense" and lots of warmth and Lynn Haven, Parker, Wewabitchka,
isented her husband, Dr. John good will were shown her in the Orlando and Port St. Joe.
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Tate and Ashistant Scoutmaster,
At the breaking of camp some
of the boys hiked from Camp Mil-
lergren to the church at Beacon
Hill. This completed one of the
10 mile hikes for the hiking merit
badge. The boys completing the
hike were Larry Tate, Johnny Han-
na, Benny Whitfield, Raymond
Hart and Lurent Corbin.
Troop 47 of Port St. Joe had a
meeting last Monday night. The
Scouts had a compas test in which
everyone did good. ,-
We are also planning to go on a
camp out at Wetapo Creek on No-
For activity period, the Scouts
played a game of "capture the
Mr. and Mrs. Paul James Farmer
of Augusta, Georgia, formerly o6
this city, would like to announce
the arrival of a grandson, Robert
iGretch Powell, Jr. The young man
weighed nine pounds and arrived
'October 16. The proud mother will
be remembered to "her friends as
Mary Beth Farmer.
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THE STAR, Port St. Jot, Florida
Baptist Youth Program ,
Scheduled for Saturday
The youth of the four Baptist
churches in the Port St. Joe area
are sponsoring a program Satur-
day, October 26 at 8:00 p.m. at the
First Baptist Church. In addition
to music directed by Dewitt Dal-
ton and an interesting film there
will be' a special message on an
important subject of contemporary
life for teen-agers. John Henrichs
of Panama City will be the guest
An informal refreshment and
fellowship time will conclude this
All young people have a very
special invitation to come.
Mrs. Altstaetter Hostess
To Maude Brinson Circle
The,- Maude Brinson Circle of
the WSCS of the Methodist Church
met October 21 with Mrs. W. L.
Altstaetter. Mrs. 0. M. Sell pre-
sided at the meeting.
The annual Bazaar, to be held
November 23 was discussed.
Mrs. J. B. Griffith presented the
program, "Human Rights and
The meeting was closed with the
Miss Betty Jean Creamer
Honored With Shower,
Miss Betty Jean Creamer was
honored with a bridal shower in
the social hall of the Highland,
View Assembly of God Church last
Thursday from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Hostesses were the members of
the Women's Missionary Council.
Refreshments of cake, potato
chips, dip and punch were served,
to the guests who attended.
Miss Creamer was the recipient
of many lovely and useful gifts.
Jim :Brown Celebrates
His Third Birthday
Jim Brown celebrated his third
birthday Saturday. October 20,-with
a backyard birthday party with a'
group of his friends.
Those attending were Tracy Par-
ker, Tony Beard, Ashley Abrams,
Cathy Rish, Pam Sanborn, Bernie
and Mark Wester, Katrina Daniel Is,
Sandra Scott and Mitch Fortner.
Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Brown of 815 Marvin Avenue
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to offer our heart-felt
thanks to Doctors Wayne Hendrix
and Shirley Simpson, the Munici-
pal Hospital staff for their efforts
.and care during the illness and ,
death of our loved one, Mrs. Lula'
P. Kemp. We -also wish to thank
our many friends for their kind
words, thoughtful deeds, delicious
I food, visits, flowers and other acts
of kindness. It was appreciated so
The Family 'of
MRS. LULA P. KEMP
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1968 PAGE SEVEN
Presented Oil Painting
Mrs. Baynard Malone, right, is being presented with a beau-
tiful oil painting, presented to her by the Beta Sigma Phi. Making.
the presentation is Mrs. Ruth Patterson, a member of the Sorority.
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shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
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At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
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COSMETICS POR MEN By English Leather, and Canoe
VISIT OUR BABY DEPARTMENT FOR BABY GIFTS
NOW OPEN 8:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.
PHONE 227-5111 236 REID AVENUE
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES-- GROUP 9
THE STAR, Po.t St. Joe, Horide THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1968
Social Security Beneficiaries Report
Changes To Panama City Office
It is very important that persons to reduce the time needed to circuits direct to record centers.
receiving social security benefits change addresses and process oth- he office for this area is loca
report any event that may affect er information having an effect ed at 1135 Harrison Avenue, Pa
payment, of benefits. Beneficiaries on payment of monthly benefits. am City. The telephone number i
residing- i this area who need to This change is due to the increased 763-5331. The office is open Me
report a change of address or oth- capacity of social security district day through Friday from 8:30 a.n
er event may now do so through offices to transmit information to 4:30 p.m., except on national
the social security office in Pan- over high speed communications holidays.
ama City, Ted A. Gamble, District
Manager, announced this week. Re-
ports may be made by mail, tele- on baking heets and re hefriger ated or froze
phone or personal visit.' on baking sheets and reheated
In addition to address changes,
Gamble said that events affecting
receipt of monthly social security
checks include employment, mar-
riage or remarriage in some in-
stances, divorce and death. In the
past, beneficiaries have been en-
couraged to notify the Social Se-
curity Administration about these
events on postcard forms pre-ad-
dressed to one of six record cen-
ters throughout thp country. These
postcard forms were furnished up-
on filing a claim for monthly ben-
efits. The address on these cards
should be changed and mailed to
the local social security district
office serving the area in which
Gamble advised that the change
in reporting methods is designed
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
15th St., Panama City
Panama City Chrysler
S2 cups seasoned mashed potatoes
2 tablespoons minced parsley
'7% ounce can salmon, drained
ST E Salt and pepper to taste
K ITCHEN % cup flour
2 tablespoons water
CH A T TER 2 cups cornflake crumbs
By Florida Power Corp. Beat one egg lightly and mix
with potatoes, parsley, salmon and
There are snacks of infinite var- with potatoesparsleysalmon andi
salt and pepper. Form mixture into
iety-big or little snacks or hot small balls Roll balls in flour.
or cold ones. Also may be as com-sa remaining two eggs lightly
plex or as simple as you desire th the water. Dp woballs int egg
from popcorn to a delightful pause. t rollin cornake
for the day. This recipe will give mixture, then roll in cornflake
ou just thatpause. combiningcrumbs. Fry in deep shortening or
you just that pause combining oil heated to 365 degrees F. for
salmon and mashed potatoes roll- about five minutes, or until golden
ed in cornflake crumbs and fried brown. Drafive minutell, on absorbent pa-
to a crisp gold. They may be made r and keep hot until ready to
serve. Or refrigerate or freeze on
baking sheets: Reheat in a pre-
heated 350 degree F. oven for 15
minutes. When ready to serve,.
stack the salmon nuggets in a py-
ramid on your prettiest serving
plate and garnish with sprigs of
parsley. Serve with Savory Sauce.
1 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
2 tablespoons chopped green
2 tablespoons chopped stuffed
2 tablespoons chopped dill
% teaspoon dry mustard
1 teaspoon lemon juice
Combine all ingredients and
serve with the salmon nuggets.
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El I I I I I -- --
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A EST: Paved parking areas, drives andber5, 1968, to determine whether
Halo Is/ R. MARION CRAIG curbs and parking lot lighting, $40,- or not said bonds shall be issued. ida, issue bonds in the aggregate
LegalSecretary 000.00. SECTION 3. The places of voting amount of not exceeding $1,100,-
a 0New Port St. Joe High School: in such bond election shall be the 000.00 bearing interest, payable L
RESOLUTION ORDERING AND Furnishings and equipment includ- places in said District where the semi-annually at such rate or f(
NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION IN PROVIDING FOR THEI HOLD- ing P.E. varsity lockers in gymna- general election will be held on' rates, not exceeding six per cen- b
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT ING OF ELECTION IN SPE- sium, $67,000.00. such date throughout said Dis- turn (6%) per annum, as shall L
NO. 1SPE OFGULFCOUNTY, FLOR. CIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT New Wewa htchka Junior-Senior trict, except as otherwise ordered be determined at the time of the p
DAON NOVEMBER 5, 1968. NO. 1 OF GULF COUNTYHigh School; Vocational-agricul-a herein by this Board or may be' sale thereof, and maturing ser-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FLORIDA, ON THE QUESTION ture shop,band room, choral hereafter ordered in accordance allyin annual installments over
THAT A BOND ELECTION will be OF ISSUING NOT EXCEEDING room and classrooms, $106,793.00. with the provisions of the Florida (20) years from the date of said
held on the 5th day of November, $1,100,000.00 SCHOOL BONDS New Wewahitchka Junior-Senior Statutes. The polls will be open at bonds, for the purpose of financ- ci
1968, in Special Tax School District OF SAID DISTRICT High School; Bus loading platform, such voting paces on the date of ing the cost of acquiring, build-
No. 1 of Gulf County, Florida, (the WHEREAS, the Board of Public drives, and parking areas, curbs, such bond election from 7:00 A.M. g, enlarging, furnishing or
boundaries of said District No. 1 Instruction of Gulf County, Florida, lighting of parking area and flag- until 7:00the dulyP.M. on ualifithe samelectoday otherwi school ge improunds,ving moreildingsp-
being coterminous with the boun- on the 9th day of September 1968, pole, $40,000.00. Only the duly qualified ecal Tas I ocally described and provided in
diaries with Gulf County, Florida) 'duly and legally adopted a reso. New Wewahitchka Junior-Senior residing within said Special Tax finally described and provided in
for the purpose of determining lution entitled "Resolution Pro- High School; Furniture, furnish-School District No. 1 who are theiresoluticon of The BoGulfard ounf b
whether or not bonds of aid Dis- posing a Bond Issue for Special ings and equipment, $26,000.00. freeholders on the dac I o of G C
trict shall be issued in an aggre- Tax School District No. 1 of Gulf Architects fee, cost of freehold- election and who have been re- ty, Florida, adopted on the 9th
gate principal amount of not ex-. County Florida", which resolution ers, registration, including com- registered in the special re-regis- day of September 1968; the prin-
ceeding. $1,100,000.00 bearing in-.was adopted pursuant to. the re- pensation of registration officers traction for such bond electiontledas cipal of and interest on suchial
terest, payable semi-annually, at: quirements of Section 236.37, Flor- a period not to exceed twenty required by law, shall be entitled, bonds to be paid from special
such rate or rates, not exceeding ida Statutes; and and preparation of Freeholder's qualified and permitted to vote ad valorem tax levied on all tax-
six per centum (6%) per annum, as WEREAS, in and by said reso- list; electioncosts, including no- such election; provided, however able property in such District or
shall be determined at the time of lution this Board proposed the is- tices, distribution of ballot boxes, that any qualified elector residiner within limitation as to rate or
'the sale thereof and maturing 'suance of bonds by said Special inspectors and printing; legal pro- in such District who is a freeholder For Boamount?nds
serially in annual installments over 'Tax School District in the amount ceedings for validation, printing on said date may vote at such bondthe --------- AgainFor Bonds
a period not to exceed twenty (20) of $1,100,000.00 for the purpose of and issuance of bonds, approving election upon compliance with the----------Against Bonds: t
years from the date of said bonds, acquiring, building, enlarging, fur- opinion and other costs $23,946.00. requirements of Section 100.241(4), Ins atructions to Voters: is
for the purpose of financing part nishing or other se improving Grand total, $1,100,000.00. Florida Statutes. If you are in favor of the is-
of the cost of acquiring, building, buildings or school grounds or for WHEREAS, a certified copy of SECTION 4. A special re-registra- in the space othe left of the
enlarging, furnishing or otherwise any other exclusive use of the pub- said resolution was transmitted to tion of qualified electors residing in the space to the left of thes.
improving buildings or school lie schools within such District, in- the State Superintendent of Pub- In such District who are freehold- words, "For Bonds". S
grounds, or other school purposes eluding but not limited to the pro- lic Instruction of the State of Flor- ers has been ordered and shall be issuance of the not in favor ofe an t
as more specifically described and jets hereinafter set forth; and ida for his consideration. Approval held in the manner provided by X in the space to the left of the
provided in the resolution The provided further, that to the extent of the same was made by the Hon- the resolution ordering such re- X in the space to the left of the
Board of Public Instruction of the actual cost may be greater or orable Floyd T. Christian, State registration as adopted by the words "Against Bonds".
Gulf County, Florida, adopted on less thanthe estimated cost of any Superintendent of Public Instruc- Board of County Commissioners of SECTION 7. The Secretary ofI
tithe 1st day of October 1968, which project herein set forth such de- tion of the State of Florida. under Gulf County, Florida. this Board is hereby authorized
said resolution is published in full ficiency may be supplied from date of September was there- SECTION 5. The ballot to be pe ballots and hall deliver the
below as part of this notice, other funds available therefor, notice of such approval was there- SECTION 5. The ballot to be ple ballots and shall deliver then-
Thbelow aces part of vothis noticed bondand any surplunds available applitherefor after duly transmitted to The used in said election shall be that to the Inspectors and Clerks on or
election shall be the places in said to any other part of said proposed Board of Public Instruction of portion of cardboard or paper with. before the date and time for op-
District where the general election building program and subject to Gulf County, Florida; and in the ballot frames of the voting ening of the polls for such bond
swill beheld on such date through the right of the Board, i it be WHEREAS, all things required machines, which shall contain a election. The Secretary is further
'. out said District, except as other- found at the time of the construeI to be done prior to the calling of statement of the description of the authorized and directed to make
wise ordered int said District, excesolutio as other- found atthe tmeio of th e said improvements an an eection on the issuance of the proposed issuance of bonds, and appropriate arrangements with the
as may be hereafter ordered in facilities that the amounts a nlocat-proposed bonds have been done, which will provide facilities for proper officials of Gulf County for
as may be hereafter ordered in facilitiess that the amounts allocat- propose ond sred o call teu liw ar. re- the use of such voting machines
accordance with the provisions of ed to certain projects are ade- and it is ow desired to call the qualified electors who a rere friser- stand to have printed such voting white
the Florida Statutes. The polls will quate for the completion of the necessary election, holders and who have re-register- and to have printed on plain white
be open at voting places on the projects, to allocate additional NOW, THEREFORE,.BE IT RE- ed for participation therein to vote cardboard or paper and delivered
date n at voting plaes action thefrom amounts to said projects, to allocate additih- SOLVED by The Board of Public for or against the issuance of said in accordance with law the offi-
S7:00 sa.M. until ec7:00 Pnrom amounts o sathe eid projects herein listed, and if Instruction of Gulf County, Flor- bonds as they may choose; and cial ballots for use in such voting
sam7:00 A.M. untl 7:00as provided in said ithe er projects here time of the ida, as follows, that: said ballot as it shall appear with- machines: and in those precincts
resolutioay, an as provided in sai it be foun a the schooimprove- SECTION1. It is hereby found in the ballot frames of the voting not having voting machines, paper
resolution adopted October 1, construct and faion of the at less thananmprove- determinedthat bonds in the machines shall be in substantially ballots shall be delivered to the
as a pndart of this notice. the amounts herein allocated to principal amount of not exceeding the following form: 'Inspectors and Clerks on or before
a pai iterest ay- nce t mthe opening of the polls for such
All qualified electors residing certain projects are needed for the$11000000.00 bearing inteestpay BALLOT bond election theollsforsuch
within such Special Tax School completion of such projects, to a able semi-annually at suchrate or Special Tax School District No. SECTION The Supervisor of
District No. 1 who are freeholders locate the amounts to be saved to rates not exceeding x per Gul County, Florida, Bond Elec- E ion The C ut v rf
on the date of such election and other projects, or if through un- u.rn (6%) per annum, as shall be Gution November 5ida, 196.Bond El ec- ON^ e^un^ s to
who have specially re-registered usual circumstances or conditions, determined at the time f he sale tion November 5, 1968.l Dis- ect o of ul
for participation therein as requir- including changes in population it thereof, andto mature seriallyict No Shall of Gulf County,Special Tax School Dis- herakeby up andcertfyaqulisteof t
ed by law shall be entitled, quali-' s dpemed necessary and advisable annual installments over a period ria, ssue bonds o. the aggregate I of Gulf County, Flor- make up anled certify a list of all
fled and permitted to vote at such to change any of the school sites not to exceed twenty (20) years amount of not exceeding $1,100,- District who have specially re-
election; provided, however, that or modify any of the projects es- rom the date of said bonds are bear interest, payable onand oar rne
any qualified elector residing in cribed herein to make such neces- required for the purposes hern- semiannually at such rate or e eo and o u
such District who is a freeholder sary changes in sites or project before set forth. Suchbonds rates, emi-annuallyot exceeding six per cent be freeholde and to
on such date may vote at such bond on the basis of a survey of school the interest thereon will be gen- rates, anot exceeding six per cent-ied be to vole rn. .e r. i
election upon compliance with the pnt needs mad under the super- eral obligations of the District forl 'm as copy o te to hu list le furnase-
-equirements of Section 100.241(4), vision of the State Superintendent the payment of which the full t and maturing serlly s annual the Iesecto rsa and le herk o
-Florida Statutes. of Public Instruction, such projects faith and credit of the District nd maturing serially in annual the eecion at eah place were'
THE BOARD OF PUBLIC being listed as follows: shall be pledged. into exceed twallm entry (20) years fromd not the votes ae to be ast in sid
INSTRUCTION OF New Port St. Joe High School: SECTION 2. An election be and to exceed twenty () years frthe bond election, .and a certified copy
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA Gymnasium complex including is hereby ordered d to be hel d In the date of said bonds for the d su list shal be file and pre-
/s/ G-E N RAF'F Dclassrooms, $796,261.00. Special Tax School District No. 1 .Purpose of financing the cost ofO. served among the records of this
Vice-Chairman New Port St. Joe High School. Gulf County, Florida, on Novem- faqurnisri building or otherwise improv- oar.
ing h ,ilin orsc rr ilnhsl diit lnl mi-
LWearg of weather matching ?
I Step up to total comfort electrically
i and forget Florida's fast temperature changes
In a Florida winter, you may want heating
at breakfast and cooling at lunch-and neither
in between. That's why it seems that a flameless
heat pump was invented with Florida in mind. You
just set it at your comfort level-and forget it.
It nimbly adjusts to the most sudden temperature '
J' switch ... heats, cools, or turns off. You can,
discard barometer and thermometer.;
SWhy wait? Update your home now.
Any residential customer
who replaces flame-type
heating with whole-house
electric heating and cooling
between now and Dec. 1,
1968, will receive a $50
from us. Get details from
your heating or air
ing buuiaings or sciouo grouius,
as more specifically described
and provided in the resolution
of The Board of Public Instruc-
tion of Gulf County, Florida,
adopted on the 9th day of Sep-
tember 1968; the principal of
and interest on such bonds to
be paid from a special ad valor-
em tax levied on all taxable pro-
perty in such District without
limitation as to rate or amount?
Instructions to Voters:
Qualified freeholder electors
desiring to vote for the issuance
of said bonds are instructed to
turn the pointer or lever at the
right of the words "FOR
BONDS"; qualified electors de-
siring to vote against the is-
suance of said bonds are instruct-
ed to turn the pointer or lever
at the right of the words,
SECTION 6. Paper ballots shall
be used at said bond election for
those precincts not having voting
machines and for absentee voting.
The form of ballot to be used in
said bond election for those pre-
citets not having voting machines
add for absentee voters shall be
in substantially the following
Special Tax School District No.
1, Gulf County, Florida, Bond
Election. November 5, 1968.
Shall Special Tax School Dis-
trict No. 1 of Gulf County, Flor-
"You need a consumer
the Public Service
' Commission. I stri-J
for top quality utlI :./
service at reason&a',:e
rates. My experience
includes public service
as State Representative,
& School Board'member.
I need your vote and.
support to'be your
J i Ii f I
SECTION 9. This Resolution
shall be published in full as a
part of the notice of said bond
election, together with an approp-
riate notice in such form as the
Secretary shall determine, in The
Star, a newspaper of general cir
culation in ,Gulf County, Florida,
once a week for four (4) consecu-
tive weeks, the first publication to
be not less than thirty (30) days
prior to the date of said bond elec-
SECTION 10. The Clerks and In-
I spectors appointed to conduct the
general election to be held on the
same date at the same places of
voting in the District are appoint-
ed and designated, Clerks and In-
spectors to conduct such bond elec-
tion herein called.
SECTION 11. This Resolution
shall take effect immediately upon
its adoption. .:
DONE AND ORDERED by The
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf
County, Florida, in lawful meeting
assembled on this 1st day of Octo-
/s/ GENE RAFFIELD
/s/ R. MARION CRAIG, 4t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
IN RE: Estate of
FRANKIE L HARRIS,
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION,
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
Notice is hereby given that I
have filed my final returns as ad-
ministrator of the estate of Frank-
ie L. Harris, deceased; that I have
filed my petition for final dis-
charge, and that I will apply to the
Honorable Sam P. Husband, County
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, on
November 4, 1968, for approval of
the same and for final discharge
as administrator of the estate of
Frankie L. Harris, deceased.
October 1, 1968.
I/s R. A. DRIESBACH,
Administrator of the
estate of Frankie L.
Harris, deceased. 4t-10-3
NOTICE TO BID.
Notice is hereby given that UPP PINES
ocal 379 will receive sealed bids
or certain paint and trim work to Stand Tall
e done on property owned by said t .
local located at 506 Sixth Street, In Fl1rida's
ort St. Joe, Florida.
Said bids will call for the fur- Future
fishing of labor for said work ac-
ording to specifications now on
Ie with W. J. Herring, 405 16th
street, Port St. Joe, Florida: Joe
tewett, 523 Ninth Street, Port St. .
oe, Florida; and J. L. Sims. 220
ixth Street, Port St. Joe, Florida.
No bids will be considered unless
bid in accordance with the speci-
ications which may be obtained
rom any of the three individuals
Bids will be received up to 7:00
'clock P.M.. November 21, 1968.
Bidc should be sealed.and deliver-
d to either of the above named
M PP Local 379 reserves the right
o reject any and all bids. If any
bid is awarded, it will be contin-
gent upon the successful bidder
proving to the satisfaction of said
Local that he is financially respon-
ible to handle said contract and
%ill be based upon a written con-
ract to be entered by said Local See GARLAND DUNLAP at
and the successful bidder. C w M o r
UPP LOCAL 379 OWart Mo r *o
BY ITS BOARD of TRUSTEES 301 Monument Avenue
tBy: JOE HEWETT, Trustee Port St. Joe
FflMST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. O. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellows'hip--------- ................. 6:00 PiM.
I'-h'.i rt W nrship ................................. 7:30 P.M .
Bible rtudv .Wednesday)- ...... .... 7:30 P.M.
"Whore Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH_
corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ............ 9:4 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE........ 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION ....................-I...-.........6:30 P.M..
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE------ ........ 7:30 P.14.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
,LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long %venue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP ...... 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -... 5:45
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J.C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned -- Con~.lly Heatid
Hazel S House of Flowers
Has wire service anyplace in the nation
Cater to Weddings, Receptions and Special Occasions
We Deliver in Port St. Joe I
Located at Millergrens, Highway 71, S. Wewahitchka
CALL COLLECT DAY OR NIGHT 639-2601
, FRESH FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS WILL
BE AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES.
All City of Port St. Joe Occupational
Licenses will expire September 30,
1968, and must be renewed on or
before October 31, 1968.' All lic-
enses not renewed before November
1, 1968, shall be delinquent and sub-
ject to a fifteen percent penalty in
addition to the standard license fee.
C. W. Brock
City Auditor and Clerk
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EVERY CUT GUARANTEED SATISFACTION EVERY TIME
SECOND TO NONE
Beef Tenderloins lb. $1.59
CHOICE BONELESS BEEF ROAST
DELUXE OVEN or POT SIRLOIN TIP
ROASTS BEEF ROAST -----b. 99c
POUND DENVER OVEN
8 8 BEEF ROAST --- Ib. 99c
88c BEEF ROAST ----b. 99c
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VXTRA LEAN MEATY CHUCK ROUND BONE SHOULDER -
PACKAGES JACKSON ALL MEAT
3 WIENERS 99C
Fresh Pork-Shank Half SELECT JACKSON SLICED
HAM BEEF LIVER BACON
lb. 49c lb. 39c Ib. 59c
!4 LOIN FRESH SUNNYLAND SMOKED 3 Down PIG TENDER
PORK CHOPS PICNICS SPARE RIBS
Tb. 59c lb. 39c Ib. 59c
OUR POULTRY DEPT. INTRODUCES THIS WEEK
GA. GRADE "A" LARGE QUICK FROZEN POT-O-GOLD
F RE S H H EN S ALL PURPOSE HENS
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f -DISCOUNT PRICES
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, PAGE TEN
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
SThe store that
cares about you!
25-35 Lb. Avg. Whole
Beef Rib 79
150-175 Lb. Avg. Whole
Beef Hinds 69c
45465 Lb. Avg. Whole
Beef Loins vL 89c
165-185 Lb. Avg. Whole
Beef Fronts UL 49c
96 two-ounce Frozen Chopped Ground
Beef Patties 12 1.6.99
Cut & wrapped For Your Freezer
At No Adlitional Charge
Ann Page Brand
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Ann Page Brand Speciall
Tomato Ketchup 2 20- B59c
Aristocrat (Assorted Flavors) -
Jumbo Pies :X of 39c
A&P Frozen Concentrated Speciall
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Whole Green Benns
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"Super-Right" 4 Pork Loin SHced (2-3 b. Pkg.) "Super-Right" Boneless Beef Sirloir
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All Varieties Sultana Frozen Larry's Frozen "Giant" Poor Boy
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BANANAS 2 29c ONIONS 3
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1968 PAGE ELEVEN
STATE of FLORIDA EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
WHEREAS, an estimated 40 million children under
13 years of age do not attend any church, and
WHEREAS, this is disturbing when recognizing the
great moral challenges these young people will face
in their future years, and
WHEREAS, those who have a firm spiritual com-
mitment are capable of making a greater contribution
to society, and
WHEREAS, the purpose of Child Evangelism
Week is. to reach these children through the establish-
ment of neighborhood Bible classes:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Claude R. Kirk, Jr., by
virtue of the authority vested- in me as Governor of the
State of Florida, do hereby proclaim the period of
October 20-27, 1968, as
CHILD EVANGELISM WEEK
in Florida, and urge that this week be observed as an
appropriate time to assist-and; encourage those organi-
zations which bring the truths and philosophy of the
Bible into the homes and lives" of Florida's young
people. :' "1 : '
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my
hand and caused the Great Seal of' the State
of Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this 9th day of September,, A.D.,
1968. ,: -
SCLAUDE R. KIRK,
Secretary of State
WHS Honor Roll
Students making all A's for the Charlotte Phillips.
first six weeks period that ended 7th Grade-Ray Charles Bolden,
Friday, October 22 at Washington William McNeal, Cheryl Granger.
High School are: 8th Grade-Edgar Addison, Ray-
6th Grade-Anthony Daniel and mond Addison.
Robert Watson. .,_ .,
et ma ng. As and B's 10th Grade-Isaac Dickens, An-
Students making A'Xs and B's
e drew Granger, Walter Jones, Cora
4th Grade-Vanessa Willis, Phy- Wyatt-
Hlis Willis, Sonja L. Robinson. 12th Grade-Jacquelihe Raines
5th Grade- Ronald Daniels, and Hosea' Pittman.
Cheryl Hatcher, Barbara Nelson,
Linda Diane Riley, Fredda Denise
6th Grade-Robert C. Larry,
GULF COUNTY MEN'S LEAGUE
Campbell's Raiders took three
from Vitro II with Richards bowl-
ing a 202 and Ward high with a
501 series. Owens of Vitro H had
a 509 and Harper had a .504 series.
Glidden took all four games from
Florida First National Bank with
Preston bowling a 541 series and
Davis a 504. Williams of Florida
First National had a 523 series.
13 Mile took all four games from
If you can't stop..
be ready to start
So, stop first at the brake service
shop that displays the NAPA
Sign of Good Service and De.
pendable Parts. You can be sure
and not sorry with Brake Parts
that bear the NAPA Seal be-
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guaranteed de-
pendability available only
through the service-repair shop
that show the NAPA Sign.
anMd s a
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
PUTS YOU IN THE WORK
SAVING, TIME SAVING
WINNER'S CIRCLE WITH
2-GREAT NEW CHAIN SAWS
CENTER BALANCED MASTER
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its weight Downs a
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Power Mac has the
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Port St. Joe, Florida
lr-25 E TR ::H- 5 XT A; ,1f"''1'
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1968
FHE STAR, Port St. Jo. Flerida
Xi Epsilon Kappa Pl
Projects During Rei
Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter, of
Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday night,
.October 15, at the Florida Power
Lounge with 16 members present.
After the opening ritual the bus-
iness meeting was conducted by
Mrs. John Scott, president.
Xi Epsilon Kappa will be selling
Christmas cards' for two more
weeks. Plain or printed cards may
be seen and purchased by calling
Mrs. Bill Brown at 227-8581 or
Mrs. John Scott at 227-5426.
The sorority will also be selling
. "Beta Sigma Phi Favorite Recipe"
g ninna Several
Many of today's "wonder drugs" are only adolescents
in the developing world of scientific miracles. The hy-
pertension drugs made their debut with Rauwiloid in
1953. And in 1954, tranquilizers were first released
for public consumption...the same year Jonas Salk
Sled the way for the dramatic breakthrough in polio con-
trol. In 1962, enzymes were Introduced to accelerate
tissue repair and reduce inflammation. Going back
a little further we find that penicillin... which has
proved sonecessaryto life...hes been in use just 19
years. Itwas only 14yearagothat the antihistamines
first appeared on your Pharmacist's shelves. Bearing
these developments in mind, the future of prescrip-
tion drugs promises discoveries inconceivable to the
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
OUR (E) PHARMACY
BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
317 Williams Avenue Phone 227-3371
Drive-In Window Service Plenty of Free Parking
Attending the Gulf Area Council. was led by the Rev. J. A. Corneli-
mainder of Year meeting for local Beta Sigma Phi's son. The sorority theme for this
was a delightful treat. Ten mem- year is "Reach for the Stars" and
books. If interested, please contact bers attending included: Mrs. Elva Rev. Cornelison's talk was center-
Mrs. Brown or Mrs. Scott. I Jones, Mrs. Sherry Hurlbut, Mrs. ed around this theme with a spir-
Plans were made for a festive Greta Freeman, Mrs. Gladys Brown itual thought. The banquet rooms
October social-a hallowe'en par- Mrs. Charlotte Nedley, Mrs. Wan- were decorated with stars,
ty-Saturday, October 26, at the dis Scott, Mrs. Betty Lewis, Mrs. The business portion of the
American Legion Hall. Dot Grossman, Mrs. June Gay and meeting followed with reports from
The cultural program for the Mrs. Delores Cox. each of the 25 chapters represent-
evening, "What We Want", was The Captain Anderson Restau- ed. Prizes were given to chapters
presented by Mrs. Ted Cannon. rant was the meeting place for the attending from the farthest dis-
At the conclusion of the pro- affair which began at 9:00 a.m., tance and the most members pres-
gram the closing ritual was re- Sunday, October 20. Registration ent.
peated. The social hour followed and coffee hour started the event. A delicious meal was enjoyed.
-with refreshments served by the Over 200 Beta Sigma Phi's were The menu was fillet mignon, baked
hostesses, Mrs. John Lewis and present. potato, green salad, rolls, cake
Mrs. Roy Maddox. | A devotional time followed and and coffee. Favors were placed at
LAUNDRY NOW OPEN
7 DAYS A WEEK
ST. JOE ECON-0-WASH IS NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK FOR
# 11 CONVENIENCE
SH OP MAR Y CARTER 'DOLLAR DAYS
Interior Latex $. 0 0
First Gallon, $6.50 T
Get 2nd Gal. for Only --r- -
REGULAR $4.00 GALLON SECOND GALLON
REDWOOD STAIN -- .
REGULAR $4.00 GALLON
RANCH and BARN RED __ .. .
REGULAR $5.00 GALLON
INTERIOR and EXTERIOR OIL PRIMER -
NO LIMIT .
OFFER GOOD THROUGH OCTOBER
PAINT STORE OPEN MONDAY thru FRIDAY, 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 'P.M.
OPEN 'SATURDAY, 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 NOON
St. Joe Econ -0 Wash
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
400 RED AVENUE PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
each place which consisted of a
net bag of souvenirs from Panama
INext, the girls enjoyed a fashion
show with fashions from Smith's
Ladies' Shop, The Adorable Shop
and Velma's. Fall and winter fa-
shions for all occasions were
The highlight of the occasion
was Linda Fitts, Miss Florida, 1969
doing her talent winning skit.
Over 100 door prizes were given
away and five-of the local chapter
girls were winners.
LUnch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, October 28
Macaroni and cheese, mustard
greens, carrot and raisin salad,
chocolate pudding, White bread,
butter and milk.
Tuesday, October 29
Hamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions and dills, top
of stove cookies, butter and milk.,
Wednesday, October 30 -
Sliced ham, mashed potatoes,
buttered spinach, celery sticks,
peaches and cookies, white bread,
butter and milk. .
. Thursday, October 31
Goblins meat loaf, ghost pearls,
green slim :jims, bloody eyeballs,
smiling jack-o-lantern slices, moon-
drops and sunshine and witches
', Friday, November 1
Chicken and rice, English peas,
raisin, apple and carrot salad, pea-
nut butter cookies, white bread,
butter and milk.
Highland View Elementary School
Monday, October 28
Hot dogs ,buttered corn, cabbage
slaw, peach pie, white bread and
Tuesday, October 29
Spaghetti and meat sauce, snap
beans, celery sticks, peanut butter
chews, white bread and milk.
Wednesday, October 30
Chicken and rice, turnip greens,
cheese wedge, spiced beets, brown-
ies, corn bread and milk.
Thursday, October 31
Hobo stew, sliced tomatoes, cook-
ies and apricots, white bread and
Friday, November 1
Fish sticks, buttered g r i t s,
green butter beans, potato sticks,
orange juice, ice cream, corn
bread and milk.
ough study of what he plans to
No Fonrmulau tfo buy, investment in the market is
No Formone of the best ways to protect the
i purchasing power of one's dollar.
Win in Market The reason for this is that money
in the market increases in value
"The Bears make money, the as the economy rises, but static
Bulls make money, but the Hogs investments remain the same val-
never make money" Paul Fensom tie. But Fensom warned against
told the Rotary Club last Thursday I delving into ithe market unless
as he presented a program on the. one knows what he is doing.
'ins" and "outs" of the stock mar- Fensom said there is no sound
ket. rule of guaranteeing success in
Fensom told the members, that dealing in stocks. "If there was,
if one is careful in his stock mar- I'd merely follow it and become
ket adventures and makes a thor- rich", be said. Fensom said that
judgment is the most important
lhashin -on 'UgLH thing in buying stock; judgment of
W ashington 19High what will rise in price.
ns t To be successful in the stockI
'Plans 'Fun Night market, one should become ac-
quainted with the history and pos-
The Washington High School sible future of the company in
Seniors, under the direction of which he plans to invest. Fensom
Mrs. S. A. Riley, are busily plan- said that the higher priced stocksI
ning activities for. "Fun Night" are usually the better buy. I
scheduled for Saturday night, Oc- Guests of the club weie Bill-
tober 26, in the WHS gymnasium. Trexell of Panama City, Millard
A variety of games will be offered Davidson of Tallahassee, Mr.
for entertainment along with an Blich of Quincy and student guest
"eating contest". Bill Hendrix. /
Admission is 25c for high school I Hr -
and 15c for elementary students.
Refreshments will be on sale. Sponsoring Car Wqsh j
Come out and join the fun!
MARY DAWSON, The Letterman's. Club of Port
Class Reporter' -St. Joe High-School will sponsor
___ a car wash Saturday from 9:00
WEEK END GUESTS n L.m. to 3:00 p.m. next to the City j
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Tyler had Hall. s
as their guests last week end, Mr. The club members will pick
and Mrs. Robert L. West of Hous- up and deliver your car for wasi-
ton, Texas.' I ing. l
Da+ C Dt SA Ph; n,,Mkbr A++,t' '
The Sharks came to a muddy
victory over Monticello Friday
night with. a score of 6-0. This
game was, an especially impor-
tant one for the Sharks because
it was the first conference game.
Everyone at Port St. Joe High is
proud of the team: St. Joe will
play Chipley here Friday night.
The Junior Varsity Sharks will
play the Blountstown Tigers in
Blountstown Thursday night.
The D.C.T. fish fry was a suc-
cess Tuesday night. The club
would like to express its ap-'
preciation to everyone .that par-
The preliminary Scholastic,
Aptitude Test was, given to all
Juniors and Seniors who are
preparing for college.
The Parent Teacher's Assoc-
iation will,,meet in the high'
school auditorium Thursday nite
at 8:00 p.m. All the parents that
bers, Wednesday in the high
school auditorium. Congratula-
tions to all of the new members.
The Keyettes will sponsor a
bake sale this Saturday in front
of Gampbell's Drug Store. It
will begin at nine o'clock.
High School PTA
Will Meet Tonight
The High School PTA will
meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the
High School Auditorium. An in-
teresting program has been
planned, according to program
chairman, Bill Brown.
The program will consist of
Superintendent of Public ;In-
struction, Marion Craig bringing
those present up to date on the
school construction progress and
giving some facts on' the pending
bond issue. A question and an-
swer period will ,follow.
--" -' *
can, please try to attend and sup- SPEND WEEK END HERE CHICAGO VISITORS
port the PTA. Larry Cox and Johnny Maddox, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marshall,
S:* students at Troy State. University of Detroit, Michigan, visited sev-
The National' Honor Society spent the week end here visiting eral days here with Mrs. Thelma
iad its induction bf 'newmem- I their parents. Marshall.
LIOaSSIrTIeO A s -:-
Everybody Reads em "
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home.' 2, GOOD SELECTION of used TV's. NEED IWMEDIATELY:.Imediate
acres of land. Will sell reason- Arnold's Furniture TV. .323 opportunity for man or woman
able. 227-7661. 2tc-19-24 Re'd Ave- te42 Full or part time, serving ,consu-
* 3mers with Rawleigh Products. Can
FOR SALE: House. 3 bedrooms, 2 FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call mers with Rawleigh Products. Write
I -e. -a Mo- Y Steph ns. Free estimitte earn $125 per week or more. Write
Baths, 2 carports, central heat- rantee on labor and materials c R. McDaniel FLJ-100-769 DeSoto
fig, 2 acres land. Has to be seen pdeweaLr Phonae 227 tation, Box 2467, Memphis, Tenn.,
to be appreciated. Phone 648-3332 W t 2 2-10-24
or 229-2061. tfc-5-30 WANTED: Experienced motel
maid with driver's license. Apply '
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame
home, 1% bth-, separate dining,
living room, large kitchen, knotty
pine walls throughout, 2 large
screened porches, fenced in back
yard. Equity and payments or re-
finance. 125 Hunter Circle. 227-
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a p a rt-
,uents. Cool In summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They must be seen to be apprec-
lated Also NICE TRAILER PARK,
ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi-
co Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park, White City. tfe-10-12
FOR RENT: St. Joe Beach. 2 bed-
room furnished house. $65.00 per
month. Phone 229-3762. tfc-10-10
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room apartment. Phone 227-7431
after 5 p.m. tfc-10-10
FOR SALE or RENT: Travel trail-
er. Sleeps 4. Nicely equipped.
Bill Sweazy, Oak Grove. tfc-10-17
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
room cottage on St. Joe Beach.
Reasonable rates. Call 227-3491 or
FOR RENT: Warehouse space and
storage. Hurlbut Furniture Oo.
Phone 227-4271. tfc-68
FOR SALE: '68 Mustang, 289 2V,
4-speed. Best offer over $2,200.
Call 227-8836. 2tc-10-17
FOR SALE: St. Joe Beach, Gulf
St. Duplex. Two 2-bedroom hou-
ses, furnished. 2 carports with two
extra' lots. Full price, $9200. Call
FOR SALE: Quarter horse or pony
saddle.'Good condition. Call Pig-
gly Wiggly.' 227-5161.
FOR SALEi 23" black and white
console TV. Good condition.
$100.00 cash. Call 648-4356. tfc-17
FOR SALE: Travel trailer, and 60'x
130 lot at Howard Creek. Trailer
may be seen at 906 10th St. Will
finance. Phone 229-4356 or 229-
FOR -RENT: House on Long Ave-
nue. Phone 229-1163. 2tp-24
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in
Highland View, furnished. $35.00
mo. Phone 648-4101. tfc-10-24
FOR SALE: Family-size pool ta-
ble. $25.00. Phone 229-1211. tfc
FOR SALE: Office desk, and swi-
vel chair. Solid oak, 60x34 inch.
Disappearing typewriter shelf. Al-
so Clark heavy duty floor scrubber
and polished. Phone 229-2482. tfc
FOR in person only before no6n. No
S** A ....... phone calls. Gulf Sands Motel. tfe
AAMI 11 A I.I"C CCD&KVIlrC
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
WANTED: 2 or 3 bedroom house,
unfurnished. Call 227-2181. tf-3
WANTED TO BUY: Antiques or
Semi-antiques. Will pay highest
prices for anything over 30 years
old that is not broken-one piece
or a house-ful.-You can turn clut-
ter and storage and unused items
into usable cash. Also we are badly
in need of fine antique pieces and
bricabrac. For an appraisal with-
out obligation write to Nancy Mar-
kell, 240 Harmon No. 217 in Pan-
ama City or Call collect 785-9341
or 785-1493. Will be in your area
Tinting glass and collecting
for our liquid plastic tinting
in this area. No selling, no
experience needed as com-
pany will train and instruct
Applicant must be reliable,
-have car, references, $8m00
cash protected by equipment
and inventory. Average man.
nets $90 one day. Income in-
creases accordingly for full
time. For local interview in-
clude phone. Write: "Univer-
sal" P. 0. Box 2666, Casper,
wyo. ouu. R.A.M.--Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, RAM.,
PEP UP with Zippies "Pep Pills'" 1st and 3r jgondays. All visiting
non-habit forming. Only $1.98. companionn~ wlcqp..
Campbell's Drug Store. 8tp-10-24. ROY B*RPH| H. P.
FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Contrq -- G. AHAM, Se..
cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxle ~ WILLIS V. R"RQAN, POST 116,
229-6100 after 5 p.m. 1109 -Mo ~ A ION, e
ment Avew. tiicw- lt 8t:00 ,p.m.. Amercan Legion
Rent a Baldwin. Piano
)NLY $2.50 PER WEEK
All woney applied to purchase
C & H IDIANO
--i 9 53 11 Harrisn
Pa~ema City, Florida
tHER6 WILL E a regular com-
muItcation of ort ,St.-Joe Lodge
:No. la, F. & A M., every first
I nd thi'Td Thursdty at 8:00 p.m.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
JAMES HORTON, W. M. 9
OPERATE YOUR OWN
Sears,i Roebuck and Co., would '
like to interview a man or cou-
ple between the ages ofi,25 to
45 interested in operating a
Sears Caalog Store in Port St.
Joe, as ah independent mdechant
of the Company.
Earnings based on a percent-
age of net sales. Must have suit-
able building available to main-
tain a certain amount of display
merchandise. Main. street loca-
*Interested parties write to L.
R. Sellmnansberger, Sears, Roe-
buck and Co., Dept. 382, 675
Ponce d, Leon Ave., N.E., At-
lanta, Ga. 30308. When replying,
state nane, age and' give pre-
vious experience. (Do noqf call
or- come'fn person as we will
contact qualifiedd applicants.)
All replies held in strict confi-
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
C, P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
HEATH RADIO and
A 4tp Oak Grove 2-1a
All | oi*k guaranteed
eUMIU JIUIIlU I III IVleIIIUU MIIIIU
Gulf Area Council Meeting Sunday
A STAR Classified...
S.. They Get The Job Done
by SUSIE BINION
Speaks to Kiwanis
Rev. Clayton Wilkinson, pastor
of the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church told the Kiwanis Club Tues-
day that dedication is one of thej
best attributes a man can have. ',
"The greatest service to his fel-
low man can be rendered by a
man who is dedicated to the ser-
vice of others", Wilkinson said.
He pointed out that a dedicated
man serves others without thought
to reward, publicity, or acknow-!
ledgement; merely to help.
The speaker said that true dedi-
cation really counts in our work,
our interests and our family. De-
dication makes the difference be-
tween a good, Go ly citizen and
a mediocre citizen. Wilkinson gave
several illustrations to point out
that proper dedication it, service
to others without consideration of
cost to self.
Guests of the club were Sheriff-
elect Jack Taylor of East Point
and student, guests David Maddox,
Ricky Robertsbn, Laura Guilford
and Peggy Jones. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ford of Long
Beach, California visited last week
with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ford.