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THIRTY-SECOND YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 324 6 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1968 NUMBER 13
THIRTY-SECOND YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1968 NUMBER 13
Parade Will Usher Santa
Into Town This Saturday
Santa Claus will be arriving in
Port St. Joe Saturday morning
at 10:00 a.m. for his annual visit
Santa's arrival is being spon-
sored by the Port St. Joe Retail
Merchants Division: He will be
escorted in a giant, half-mile-
long parade in downtown Port
St. Joe. The parade is under the
direction of the Port St. Joe
Jaycees with Higdon Swatts as
Chairman Swatts said that this
year's parade will be bigger
than ever, with some 75 floats
and decorated cars. The big par-
ade will also feature the famous
Saddlin' Seminoles of Wewa-'\
hitchka, The Constitution Cityi
Saddle Club, a National Guard
color guard, four big bands, and,
of course, Santa Claus.
Bands from Port St. Joe High
School. Washington High School,
Wewahitchka High School and
Apalachicola' High School will
provide parade music. Santa
Claus will bring up the rear'of
the parade, riding on Port: St
Joe's Ibig fire truck.
.The Willis V. Rowan Post 116.,
American Legion and Johnb C.
Gainous, Post 10069, will have
marching units in thWe parades '
The parade will begin forming
at 9:15 a.m., Saturday morning,
with the procession starting jat
10:00 a.m. Swatts said that the
line will move North on R'id
Avenue to First Street, t;hn
South on Monument Avenue
back to Fifth Street, where the
S.parade will break up. -:,
\ Big cash-prizes will be offer-ed
by Port St. Joe's Retail Mer-
chants to the best three floats in
thb parade, entered by non-pro-
fit organizations. First prize is .
$100.00 cash; second prize is
$50.00 cash and third prize is
In judging the floats' in the
parade, the following criteria
will be used by the judges: (1)
Christmas Spirit; (2) Originality;,
Shopping Tour for
The Port St. Joe Jaycees will
take underpriviledged children
on a Christmas toy shopping tour.
of the city this year. it was an-
nounced recently by Jaycee Pres-
ident Jim Harrison.
The Jaycees are replacing their
annual project of "Toys for Tots"
with the shopping tour. The rea-
son for the change in method of
bringing Christmas to the less
fortunate was due to the fact
that not enough repairable toys
were .turned in each. year to
do the job they wished to do.
To finance the shopping trip
the Jaycees are asking for do-
nations to subsidize their fund:
being compiled for this project.
The Jaycees have already raised
some money for the tour and will
carry their blanket in the Christ-
mas parade Saturday to receive
more cash donations.
''In addition to the shopping
,tour, the Jaycees will also dis-
'tribute food baskets at Christmas,
A third Christmas cheer' pro-
gram .of the Jaycees will be a
Christmas party for needy chil-
'dren on Saturday, December 21.
At the party, the Jaycees will.
" distribute wrapped Christmas
presents to all the children. To
get presents for this party, the
Jaycees are asking that toys be
- ,wrapped, with identification of
it the contents on- the outside abnd
taken to the Rotary Club Charity
Ball Saturday night. 'Wrapped'
toys may also be taken to Pre-
vatt's Funeral Home..
(3) Effort Expended. All clubs
and associations working on
their floats should keep in mind
Port St. Joe's Jaycees will car-
ry their customary "blanket"
to collect donations to finance
the Jaycees' annual "Toys for
Tots" program. But, this year,
the Jaycees will carry two blan-
kets-one for each side of the
The end of the parade will be
only the beginning of an import-
ant event, insofar as the children
are concerned. Immediately af-
tert the parade, Santa Claus will
",Bgin, touring the stores in Port
St. Joe and will be here all af-
An additional treat is being
qffered for the children of the
area beginning at 1:30 Satur-
day afternoon. The Retail Mer-
chants -have arranged for the
showing of 10 big movie cartoons
free of charge, in the old A&P
building at the corner of Reid
Avenue and Third Street. All
kids are invited.
"The Band Parents Associa-
tion will have a refreshment
booth downtown to sell cold
drinks, .coffee, cake, cookies
and snacks. Proceeds from the
food' booth will go toward the
purchase of new band uni-
Saturday night, the City Com-
mission has 'authorized the
Christmas lights in decorations
throughout the city to be turned
on. officially opening the Christ-
mas season. Many beautiful dec-
orations have been put up
throughout the town by the City
to provide a beautiful Christmas
Receive Free Holiday Calls
SMayor Frank Pate drew the names of Mrs.
T. 0. Richards of Highland View, Mrs. Essie V.
Knight of Long Avenue and Mrs. 'Curtis Wall of
Beacqn Hall as mothers who will talk to their sons
in Vietnam during the Christmas holidays,. cour-
tesy of the Communications Worbers of America
Union here in Port St Joe. The union members,
all telephone operators for the St Joseph Tele-
phone and Telegraph Company, wil-l "'-iy for
three minute long distance calls during the holi-
days so the mothers may talk to their sons.
Mrs. Richards wil talk to her son, Kobert !B.
Richards, ,Mrs. Knight will talk to Ralph H. Knight
and Mrs. Wall will talk to lier son, Dorman 'L.
Flint, Jr. .
Mothers and wiveswho had sons and husbands
and sons stationed in.'Vietnam sent in a request
to the C.W.A. that they be considered as one to
receive the free calls. The names were put in a
box and Mayor Pate drew ant the three winning
names on Tuesday of this week.
Mrs. Dot White, president of the C.W.A. 'Lo-
cal, is holding the box of entrants..
Two Traffic Accidents But No Deaths
In Area During Holiday Week End
Two automobile accidents oc- and went 48 feet into the -woods
cured- in the Port St. Joe area on the other side of the high-,
during the Thanksgiving holidays way.
according to Highway Trooper Wall was charged with reck-
Ken Murphy, but no fatalities re- less driving.
suited from the two mishaps. Early Sunday morning, at 1:45
Saturday night at 10:45 p.m., a.m., Rodney Louis Herring was
Curtis Edward Wall was involved involved in a single car accident
in a one-car accident on the on U. S. 98 about three miles
Jones Homestead Road. Accord- west of Port St. Joe. Herring
ing to Murphy, Wall was coming was travelling toward Port St.'
into Highway 30-A and failed to,
begin stopping in time at the : -
dead'end of the Jones Homestead Rltarians Will 'Be H
Road. Wall's auto skidded for, riit Baill l
87 feet, crossed Highway 30-A Annual Charity Ball
'Revival Services In 'Progress
At Pentecostal Church
Revival .services began last
night at the Pentecostal Holiness
Church .at the corner of 20th
Street and GarrisonAvenue, ac-
cording to the pastor, Rev. Jim.
Gosnell. The services will contin-
ue through Sunday, December 8.
Dr. Joseph E. Campbell, evan-
gelist, is leading the special ser-
The special services are being
held each night at 7:00 p.m. Ev-
eryone is invited to attend.
' Saturday is the date of the
annual Rotary Club Charity Ball
according to announcement made
this week by' Ball chairman, Ce-
cil Curry. -.
Curry said that tickets to 'the
annual event, which raises funds
for dental examinations and
treatment- among elementary age
school children, are still avail-
able from every Rotary Club
member. p-. Aoy Gibson, Jr.,
is ticket iSes chairman and
will also-,have tickets available
at the dpooq.Saturday night.
Joe when his auto got 'off 'he
,right side of the road. The car
traveled 240 feet, came baek on
the highway and turned wver
three and a half times.
Herring was taken to the .Mu-
nicipal Hospital by a Prevatt am-
bulance and treated for back
injuries. He was charged &with
failure to have vehicle under
costs At Eighth
.The Ball, Which will be held in
the Centennial Building, will be-
gin at 9:00 p.m., Saturday night
and continue until 1:00 a.m. Mu-
sic will be by Louie Weaver's
Orchestra. Tickets are $7.50 per
All proceeds from the Ball
provide dental examination and
treatment fof the first three
grades in elementary school. The
"Rotarians spend around $750.00
-each year on this project. Most
of the funds are raised by the
annual Charity Ball.
City Gets Praise On Water
System; Bids Let On Trucks
's em i s, *
Bob Fox, City Commissioner
in charge of water and sanitary
services for the City, announced
to the regular Board meeting'
Tuesday night, that Port St. Joe
has received complimentary com-
ments on the water system from
state and federal investigators.
All day' Tuesday. Cary D. Hut-
chinson with the TUnited, States
Public Health Service and ,Mike
Webb with the State Board of
Health made' a thorough exam.
nation of the city's water plant
and treatment facilities. The two
inspected 'the water source, treat-
ment facilities, distribution sys-
tem and possible sources of. con-
After the thorough examina-
tion and inspection of the City's
new expanded treatment facili-
ties, the. wo inspectors had noth-
ing but praises for the system.
.Both the federal and state in-
spectors make periodic inspec-'
tions of the system. They arrive
unannounced and go over every.
inch of the system.
St. Joe Motor Company was
the successful bidder Tuesday
on the purchase of thre new
trucks by the City. ;Bids -had
been asked on a pick-up tuckck.
a one ton truck and ,a two ton,
Other bidders included Cook-
Whitehead and Tommy Thomas
Chevrolet. both of Panama City.
Will Ask for Money
Mayor Frank Pate, told the
Board Tuesday that' it was his
understanding that *the County
had received most of its tax mo-
Reached At Glidden
A 30 month- working contract
was agreed to last week between
the local plant of the Glidden-
Durkee Division of SCM Corpor-
ation and the United Chemical
Workers, Local 836, according to
J. B. Griffith, general production
superintendent of the local plant.
A working- contract between
the new union, representing Glid-
den-Durkee employees alnd the
company have been under way
for the past few weeks with fi-
nal agreement being reached
over the week end.
The new contract provides a.
general wage increase and im-
provements in fringe benefits of
hey and that the money.had been
divided up among the various
funds. In view of this situation,
Pate suggested that the City re-
quest the County, next Tuesday,,
to make payment to the City
their share of the--Road and
Bridge fund collected within the
City of Port St. Joe. The money
amounts to approximately $35,-
The Board agreed to make the
The Commission voted unani-
Rish Says Suit
Is Dismissed by
Gulf County Attorney, William'
J. Rish told The Star yesterday
that 'Gulf had'been notified .that'
a suit filed against the county's
tax revenues by the Florida Edu-
cation Association and the Na-
tional Education Association had
been dismissed by Judge Ben
Krentzman of the U. S. District
Court for the Middle District of
Judge Krentzman dismissed
the petition with prejudice stat-
ing that the petition should be
presented to Florida state courts
before coming to the Federal
The two groups hid colaborat-
ed on a-suit against 27 counties
in the State of Florida asking
that tax money hot be distribut-
ed-because-of inequities brought
about by thel tax millage roll-
The suit alleged that a child's
quality education should not be
dependent on the inadequate tax
base of some counties, of which
Gulf County was apparently' con-'
sidered as one.
'The suit asked that tax money
be made on the. basis of the old
tax law rather than the new mill
rates which have been reduced'
by the same proportion that/pro-
perty values were increased.
Visit In Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sheffield and
son Donnie, visited during the
Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs.
R. E.. Daniels, Donalsonville, Ga.;
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peters, Iron City,
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Shef-
field of Madison.
mously Tuesday night to entei
into an agreement with the Flori
ida Development Commission to
furnish the City with a compre-'
hensive plan for all phases of
the City's services.
The Development Commission
agreement was adopted with cer- '
tain changes made by,the Com-
The purpose of the program,
is to provide a plan so that all
future projects entered info by
the City will be part of a master
Large Red Fish
Caught At Cape
Roosevelt Nettles found the
right stump at Cape San Bias
Tuesday of last'week- and reeled
in this big 27Y2 pound red fish,
.Roosevelt caught the big red
on a fresh water spinning reel
and said "'it took some time" to
beach the big fish.
Roosevelt had E. A. Jones with '
him to testify to the catch.
ROBERT SANBORN RECEIVES HIGHEST CUB AWARD
Robert Sanborn, son of Mr. \.
and Mrs. Clifford Sanbom of'
Marvin Avenue,, was presented
the Webelos Award recently, the
highest award obtainable to a
Robert is a member of Webe-
los Den 1, Pack 47 here in Port
St. Joe, and was presented his
award by Cubmaster Ed Cream-
To earn the Webelos Award,
a Webelo Scout must be at least
'ten years, nine months of age.
He must pass the tenderfoot
Scout tests which include know-
ing ,the Scout oath, Scout law,
Scout motto, Scout slogan, Scout
sign, Scout salute,- Scout hand-
clasp, Scout uniform, the parts
'and meaning of each part of the
Scout badge, the history of the
flag, when and how to display it,
when to hoise, lower, fold and
He also must know how to
whip' the ends of a rope, how to
join two ropes with a sheet bend,
how to tie a clove hitch, how to
tie a bow line, how to. fasten a
rope to a post with two half-
hitches, how to tie a taught-line
hitch and a square knot. He must
read and understand the Boy
Scout outdoor code. He must at-
tend one Scout meeting, and
must pick up an application to
become a Boy Scout.
Robert Sanborn, left, receives his Webelos Scout Award from
Cubmaster Ed Creamer. -Star photo
i- i 11
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1968
Join The Parade Saturday
It seem like only last month that- Port 9t. Joe ob-.
served its last annual Christmas parade., But here it is.
time once again, to view the parade and to think seriously
about getting our Christniias shopping done.'
We wonder -how many people appreciate the effort
and expense that goes into the annual Christmas parade-?
We wonder ho w many express appreciation for these ef-
forts expended.? The Port St. Joe Jaycees and the local
merchants, through the Retail Merchants Division, 'plan
'and work for two months prior to the big day, in order to
' bring Port St. Joe citizens an enjoyable Christmas parade.
We personally believe their. efforts result in as fine a
'Christmas parade as, any town this size witnesses.,
Each year Port St. Joe's parade has grown larger.
The floats. are nicer. The prizes are larger. The units in
the parade increase each year, until this year, the parade
In this ,part of Florida we have spent our lifetimes
trying to drain the countryside of water. It never entered
our minds that we, here in the marshlands, could ever
.face. a shortage of water. It was just out of the question.
The water was a nuisance, not something to be hoarded
,. and protected. We had this feeling, even with the world-
wide awakening to the shortage of water throughout the
The drought of this past summer should cause us to
open our' eyes and see that even Gulf County, with its
seemingly unending supply of water, can come up short on
the supply of this necessary commodity.
During this past summer, low water levels in the Apa-
lachicola and Chipola Rivers caused Port St. Joe and its in-
du'try to face the reality of a possible water shortage.,
The lack of rainfall this year, caused the water table to
UrPiss you're a real fan you probably don't know that
Archie Moore, the former light-heavyweight boxing chbm-
pion, still holds the record for the most knockouts in the
ring. He retired in 1962 after losing to Cassius Clay.
In the.'arena where he does his fighting these days
Archie Moore not only could win on points, he could mop
' the-floor with the cynical Cassius. Moore is training for
,his 137th kiockout a4d the opponent this time is youth-
S.ful cine '
.The former champion has been crossing the nation to.
further his ABC (Any Boy Can) program. Recently, in
Southern California, he told how, in one section of Vallejo,
vandalism bad cost $7,500 per month for five years, but
was reduced to less than $70 per month after one year,
of ABC. .
1 "I'm not satisfied with the way America is going. and
I'm doing something about it," Moore declared. "That.
makes me a militant. But I'm trying to build-not de-
stroy-trying to build kids."
On the subject of America, Moore said: "It has been
torn. Teeth have been taken away from the police, the
schools. Sometimes a child needs a little touching up. I'll
shows promise of being 'larger than ever .before. Old
Santa Claus will be the honor guest of the parade, as he
has been in years past.'
We think that the people of this area should show
their appreciation for this' event, presented for the enjoy-
ment of everyone -- especially the kids. And we think
one can best show his appreciation by trying to make
his or her Christmas purchases in Port St. Joe before
going out of town.
We urge you to take advantage of the' opportunity
of attending Port St. Joe's Christmas parade this Saturday.
Bring the kids to see Santa Claus. -Enjoy the entertain-
ment that will be provided during the day. Send the kids
to the free cartoon movies during the afternoon and 'get
your Christmas shopping off to a good start right here in
Port' St. Joe. '
S. '' .',
r0o down to 'such a drastic low that the forests were regu-
lar tender boxes and small routine fires turned into major'
blazes on several occasions. ,
While we still enjoy a plentiful supply of water-not
,as much as in the past, but more than many other areas-
. 'we cannot take our water for granted any longer. We.
cannot say just what should be done in the way of preser-'
vat ion of our water table, but we do know that preserva-
tive measures, are in order. We do not think we can
maintain a wholesale drainage program on the premise of
merely getting rid of water on a piece of property by doing'
away with the water permanently. We think that some
planning toward conservation should be used in our drain-
age programs of the future.
Like other natural resources, water is much harder
'to replace than it is to conserve.
spank my child in school or eyen in jail if he needs a little
"Every good boy does fine if he gets a chance, but it's
up to you to give him a chance. Don't stand in fiont of a
,boy and block him. Stand behind him and give him support
-stand behide him and persuade him. It's all possible.
Give him that incentive. Give him a hand."
Moore observed that the great civilizations have lasted
200 years. "Our 200 years is up in 1976. You know who is
going to lead us out of all this mess? Thp kids. Not the 20-
year-olds of today, but the little kids. Let the Boy Scouts
get in there and show 'em how to go right. In Scouts we got
a beautiful bag. You can really help them."
Moore reported that some time back an agent of Vice-
President Humphrey visited him with a view to putting his
ABC program in federal hands. "He (the agent) wanted to
tell me how to, run ABE. That's starting out on the wrong
foot with me so I refused to work with him. After all ABC
was never meant to be a government program-it's a peo-
We think Archie Moore's ABCs comprise a better
education than some folks ever get.
The Rise of Communism in U.S.A."
American Communism owes
its rise to prominence to the
election of Roosevelt in 1932 and
to the recognition of the Soviet
Union in 1933. The recognition
-of the Soviet Union facilitated
the .Communist. penetration of
the United States and opened
wide the doors for the infiltra-
tion of the government by the
Communist Party and fellow tra-
During 'President Roosevelt's
first term he .was opposed by
the Communist Party. However.
for some reason or other, he was
supported by the Communist
by ARTHUR W. McFADDEN
Party in his second term. It was
(luring this time that the United
States Government was infiltrat-
ed intensively by Communists
and communist sympathizers.
For instance Lauchlin D. Currie,
a known Communist, became ad-
ministrative assistant to the late
President Roosevelt the late Har-
ry Dexter White became Assist-
ant Secretary of the Treasurer,
and men such as Alger Hiss,
Whittaker Chambers, etc., were
appointed to high positions in
the United States Government.
It was Alger Hiss who was the
t chief "architect" of the plans
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S* The spoken word is gives cant attention: the printed word i thoghtfaUsT
weighed." The spoken word barely asers: the prrnt-d word thoroughly -con-
'ices. The spoken word to lott; the printed word rebzain.
for the UN organization and la-"
ter a top aide at the United Na-
tions convention in San Francis-
co. Hiss. was later' convicted as
a Soviet spy. It was Alger Hiss
.and Molotov who entered an
agreement that the military sec-
retariat of the US was always to
be headed by a Russian. During
the Korean War the UN official
in commandnof UN military af-
fairs was Constantine Zinchen-
ko, a Russian. Today, this post is
held by a Russian, and will con-
tinue to be held by a Russian be-
cause it is so stated in the char-
ter : --
In testimony before the Senate
Internal Security Commission in
December, 1953, Spruille Braden,
former Assistant Secretary of
State, stated that during his fight
against Communist penetration
in-the State Department in 1942-,
1945 he had difficulties with
Hiss, Harry Dexter White aind
Laurence Duggan. Braden called
for the elimination of those per-
sons in the State Department
who were "blocking the rooting
out. of communism in Latin
America. Braden warned that:
St. Joe Furniture Co.
Easy Credit 'Low Prices
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Thrift Shop To Be' Open
Friday and Saturday
The Thrift Shop will be open on
Friday, December 6 from 3 to 5
p.m. Workers will be Mrs. G. S.
Croxton and Mrs. James Guilford,
SFor pick up of any donations,
please call Mrs. Charles Stevens,
Jr., 227-4936; Mrs. Charles Brock,
229-2142 or Mrs. Ralph Carlisle,
The Thrift Shop will also be
opened on Saturday, December 7
from 1 to 3 p.m.
we could not aid the Latin Amer-
ican countries in their fight
against Communism until we
cleaned our own house of com-
Another ,example of Commun-
ist influence in high' places is
the Wallace-Taylor candidacy for
the presidency in 1948. Henry
Wallace, ; former vice-president
of the United States was a pup-
pet of the Communists.
Former FBI undercover opera-
tive, Matthewi Cvetic, testified
before a U. S. Government in-
vestigative:committee that the
Progressive 'Party had been "set
up by the organizational commit-.
tee and also the political'commis-
sion of, the Communist Party."
Henry Wallace and Glenn H.
Taylor were "selected" by the
Communist Party to head the
1948 ticket of the Progressive.
Party because "both had voiced'
their willingness to work with
the, Communist Party." Cvetic
also testified that Wallace and
Taylor had "full knowledge" of
the Communist Party participa-
tion in the Progressive Party and-
that he had heard them say that
they wanted the support of the
Communist Party or anyone who
is for them. :
On the' same day, a former
Communist Party functionary,
John Lautner, testified that the
Wallace-Taylor candidacy in the
1948 elections,((enabled the Com-
munist Party to reach into the
ranks, into sections, of the Amer-
,ican; population inio which they
could never have reached before;
and it opened new possibilities
for the Communist Party thru-
out thecountry and enabled the
Party to carry on a Communist
ideological campaign in the
trade union movement and in
the labor movement.
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Thanksgiving has come and gone. Now it's back to boiled eggs
,and skimmed, milk. Three weeks from today and Christmas will
have come and gone. Even the turkey hash is all. gone. The last
time I looked, the only thing that was left of Thanksgiving was a
tablespoon full of cranberry sauce in the refrigerator.
Just like it was threatened last week, we ate Thanksgiving din-
ner at momma's, then went to momma-in-law's for Thanksgiving sup-
per. It rained in Georgia the whole week end and since we needed
Tain here in. the worst kind of way, I just brought it back with me
The "big flap" on the boob tube editorials .posing as news
reports for the past few days has been the report of the Commis-
sion appointed to investigate the riots in Chicago during the. Demo-
cratic National Convention. The report sums up by saying that
the police are to blame for the riots that happened during' the
convention. Mayor Daley was' bleatirig in the thunderstorm of p0o-
lice criticism that one has to read :the entire report to get the full
perspective of the report. Daley says the report states that the
riots were caused by police reacting to insults, degradation and,
provocation beyond the call 'of duty.
But the boob tube editorial-news reports and most of the wire
services are ignoring Daley's statement, other than maybe a 6oie'
One may not be able to read the report for the whole story
since the Government printing office refuses to print the report
due to the presence of obscene words contained therein. Obscene
mords haven't prevented the publication of many manuscripts in-this
'day and time. If one peruses some of the "books" on the news
stands today; then reads the riot' commission report, the report
would probably read more like a Sunday school' lesson. It looks
like just another attempt at. news management to us.
The riot commission can make up-all the reports it wants to.
It should be plain to everybody who cahi think the least little bit that
the rioters asked for even begged for just what they re-
ceived from the Chicago police.
About two weeks Ago the Corps of Engineers, Mobile office,
sent out a report on port activity in Florida along the Gulf of
Mexico and gave statistics of increase or decrease.
The report showed the Port of Port St. Joe down some 30,-
000 tons in 1967 as compared with 1966. While the total tonnage was
down in 1967, the total dry cargo was' up over 1966. The dry cargo
, .is the' cargo that requires stevedores to load and pumps a great
deal of money into the local economy. Prior to 1966 most of the
port activity was oil through Southeastern Terminals. The liquid
cargo pushed the port's tonnage way u. but the income was limited
to what the ships spent and wages paid to the terminal employees.
The 1968 port tonnage will be the largest dry cargo ever han-
dled through the local port with an annual payroll to stevedores
that exceeds the payroll formerly provided by the Southeatern Ter-
minals. But we didn't notice this new industry creeping in-nor
do we pay a great deal of attention to its potential.
TIE STAR, Part St. Joe,, Fla
I carrying a "WW" tag.
P id oon Points To The Tax Colector said that value
of property is also increasing ev-
S i reease In Valuem h er year. In 1966 the county billed
,increase In v, alu t $962,717 in. taxes. In 1967 it
0 gon Gul Cu was $1,155,253. In 1968, with the
Harland 0. Pridgeon, GulfCoun- forced village r11o-back and the
ty Tax Collector told the Kiwanis state taking on an increased pro-
Club that statistics in his office'portion of school finances, Gulf's
shbw that Gulf, County is growing tax bill was reduced to $1,063,720.
A not only in population, but in Pridgeon said that about 90% of
- wealth as well. Pridgeon told the this amount has already been col-
club that automobile registrations lected and disbursed.
increased from 1966 to 1967 byI As an example of land value in-
167 units. Gulf had 5,314 automo- creases over the past years, Prid-
biles registered in 1966 and 5,481 geoa used a section of land near
in 1967, with a promise of another the new .Courthpuse site and point-
increase for the 1968 tag year. ed out that,the section had increas-
Prdgeon als pnted out thated in value from $950.00 in 1950 to
the number of larger automobiles $10,750 in 1968 with taxes on the
property increasing from $25.60
is also increasing in the county. to $272.94.
The largest increase is in cars tak- Student guests at the club meet-
ing a "W" tag and a sizeable in- ing were Tim Griffin, Jimmy Da-
crease also in the number of cars vis, Cathy Boone and Susie Binion.
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IDEAL FOR HOLIDAY uLSSLH I
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your guests a choice of both.
Packed in their own aluminum pie pans, frozen pies are complete
,and ready to bake. No additional embellishment is required, but
' many people like to individualize them by adding a special topping.
Final flourish for the illustrated frozen pumpkin pie is whipped
cream flavored with ground nutmeg and garnished with bits of
crystallized ginger and chopped pecans.
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I 1 frozen pumpkin pie
S1 cup (Vz pint) heavy cream
1, tablespoon confectioners' sugar
V4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
)I 2 tablespoons crystallized ginger
2 tablespoons finely chopped pecans.
i Bake pie according to package directions. Cool thoroughly.
VWhip cream until stiff, adding sugar and nutmeg. Pipe rosettes of
whipped cream around outer edge of pie (or drop from teaspoon
in small mounds). Sprinkle cream with ginger and pecans.
Makes enough topping for an 2, 9 or '10-inch frozen pie.
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Saturday, Dec. 7
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Many just arrived. Holiday styles and
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.. BEAUTIFUL LACE TRIM
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S UsuaUy Sell for $2.00 Pair
iWl Special holiday purchase. White and pas-
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Our famous branded $1.00 pr.'
,!Nylon Satin Lace Trim Briefs
This Sale, 89c pr.
5i> Sizes 4 to 10. Asstd. pastels and white,
red and black.
Children's Brushed OrIon
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Stitched crepe sole. Every mother
S o and daughter will love these. As-
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Popular White Seamless Hose
2, r.* 69c
4.00 5.00 Assorted #all shades.
S "All Sizes
GIRL'S, $4.00 Fashionable
S I4 SSY, $5.00 PANTY HOSE
Regular price $4.99 and 99c pr.
$5.99 9 r.
Men's anor Boys'
$1.00 to $1.99
$1.50 to $2.50
BELTS--$1.50 to $2.50
Bill Folds ------ $2.50
TIE PINS $1.50
Bedroom Shoes $3.99
LEATHER GLOVES, Boy's
Plastic Gloves- $1.00
Gift, Swiss embr, ,
3 for $1.00
Scarfs 3 for $1.00
Calendars ,- $1.00
SOX -- 4pr. $1.00
Girl's Lace Trim
Briefs 3 pr. $1.00
MENS CARDIGAN or PULLOVERS
priced from $5.99
Many popular )styles and colors to
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' Sizes for Boys and, Youths -
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A gay, colorful, fashion first collection
to choose from. Sizes 2 to 18. All Boyles'
sweaters are labelled garments of quality
and, dependability. Sure to please .that
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$4.00 & $5.00 pr
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Assorted popular lengths
Men and Blys' Cushion Sole
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER\ 5, 1%88
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1968
Miss Minerva McLane Will Attend
Flbrida Hospital Association Meeting
Mrs. Minerva McLane, adminis- Speakers for the annual conven-
trator of .Municipal Hospital, Port tion of the statewide association
, St. Joe, is scheduled to attend the include William A. Rusher, pub-
Florida Hospital Association's 41st lisher of National Review Maga-
annual meeting set for Dec. 4-6 at zine; Norman Metzger, director of
the Robert Meyer Hotel, Jackson- personnel, Mount Sinai Hospital,
ville. New York City; Leonard S. Powers,
associate dean, College of Law,
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT. University of Florida; Kenneth T.
Sgt. and Mrs, Daniel W. Kirk- Larkin, director of information
laij4, Jr. announce the birth of, a systems, Lockeed Missiles and
baby boy, Daniel W. Kirkland, I1, Space Co., Sunnyvale, Calif.; and
at Tyndall Hospital on November Norman Jaspan, president of Nor-
5, 1968. Mrs. Kirkland s the for- man Jaspan Associates, Inc., Man-
mer Miss Susan Maxwell of Port agement Consultants," New York
St. Joe. I City.
New District Forester
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e. Babies and Children of All 9
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Store n. / Plus 5Crae
Photographers Hours Dail': 10 to 1 and 2 to 5
Port St. Joe, Fla. DECEMBER 10-12
SAssociate State Forester John
Bethea congratulates newly ap-
pointed District. Forester Ralph
Edenfield who heads up the Pan-'
ama District of the Florida For-
est Service. The Panama District
encompasses Bay, Gulf- and Cal-
The former ten county district
west of' the Apalachicola River
was re-organized into three smal-
ler districts on December 1. Ac-
MRS. WILLIAM H. CARR, Jr.
Miss Joann Virginia Snyder,
daughter of Dr. Grayson C. Sny-
der and the late Mrs. Snyder of
Blountstown, was married on
November 16 to William Henry
Carr, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Carr of Port St. Joe.
cording to State Forester C. H.
Coulter the remaining five big
districts will eventually be sub-
divided to give Florida a total,/
of eighteen smaller districts.
This will permit a single head-
quarters to administer all Fire
\ '".,J ,
Control and Forest Management
activities for a three or four
Others in the photo are from'
the left, Wilbur Howell of the
Milton District and William Jen-
sen of the Bonifay District.
Long Avenue, Baptists Emphasizing
Foreign Missions During December,'
The Long Avenue Baptist Church erseas, J3 C, Odum, psr, said.
is emphasizing Southern Baptist The offering is named for a !nine-
foreign missions during December teenth century Baptist.,mpissjonary
with special observances of the to China.
Week of Prayer for Foreign Mis- on "
pr..a io. is Po-nsoring the missoqejpn1asis
sions and churchwidepthrticipaton se church' missionary educa-
in the Lottie Moon Christmas of- o Society, and Brothehood.
erg. sionaryk Union- and Brotherhood.
The church has a goal of $650.00 Mrs. W. J. Ferrell is WMS direc-
as. its part in the overall goal of, tor and Wesley R. Ramsey is Bro-
$15,500,000 for the entire Southern therhood director at the church.
Baptist Convention. Funds collect- ,
ed in the Lottie Moon offering will Part of the specialFobbervances
be used only for mission needs ov- is the Week of Prayer, f foreign
Missions, December 1-8.
Mrs. Long to Host
I' Mrs. C. W. Long will host mem-
bers and visitors of the Port St.
Joe Garden Club at her home on
West Highway 98 when they meet
Thursday, December 12 for their
Mrs. Polly Hays will have a dem-
onstration on corsage making. Ev-
eryone is invited to bring materials
to make their own Christmas cor-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1968 PAGE FIVE
St. James Women Close Out Fiscal
Year 1968 In Meeting Monday
.4 The Women of St. James Episco-
pal Church had their final busi-
ness meeting for 1968 on Monday,
December 2, in the Parish House.
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast gave the devo-
Q4tional "Doing Our Best At 'All
Times" from the book, "The Ma-
jesty of Calmness" by William
Business included the minutes
by Mrs. Charles Tharpe; the year's
report of the treasurer, Mrs. Tom
Alsobrook; the United Thank Of-
fering Report,: Mrs. Bruce Weeks;
and the report of Mrs. Charles
Stevens, Jr., and' Mrs. S. H. Barber
who were in charge of sending
Christmas gifts from St. James'
women to patients at'Florida State
Hospital in Chattahoochee.
Mrs. Tom Coldewey, Mrs. Rob-
ert Tyler and Mrs. Paul Fensom
told about the Diocesan Board
meeting which they attended at
Camp Weed in November.
Plans were made for the Trim
the :Tree and familyy Christmas
parties to be held on Friday# and
Sunday before Christmas with Mrs.
.It Henry Hoyt and Mrs. Robert Falis-
ki in charge.
Mrs. Tom Coldewey,, president-
Owens Christian Social Relations,
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr.; Christian
Ministries and Youth, Mrs. Robert
Faliski Missions, Mrs. S. H. Barber;
Promotion, Mrs. Paul Fensom.
Other officers elected are Mrs.
Robert Tyler, Vice President; Mrs.
Walter ilder, 2nd Vice President;
Mrs. Charles Tharpe, Secretary and
Mrs. Tom Alsobrook, Treasurer..
Mrs. Paul- Fensoim, president,
presided and led the opening and
Washington Hi Tigers
Open Cage Season
The Washington ..High Tigers'
opened their 1968-69 basketball
season Wednesday, traveling to
Tallahassee to face the Lincoln
High Tigers. .
The probable starters for the,
Tigers 'were Thomas Sims and
George Williams at forward James'
Anthony at center and Charles
Beachum and Norris Langston at.
Other niembers of the squ;
art- KlV ia Low r John Crosr
elect for 1969 named her commit- ..." .
tee chairmen as follows: UTO, Mrs. Henry, Peterson, James Bev
Bruce Weeks; Altar, Mrs. Henry and Charles Givens.
Maige; Christian Education, Mrs; The Tigers, coached by Da
J. C. Arbogast; Worship, Mrs. Tom Jones, had an'18-2 record last ye
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MMY'S PHILLIP'S "66"
Monument and Third" Phone
by SUSIE BINION
The Sharks basketball season
got under way last Saturday
night with an exciting'game with
the Rutherford Rams. The
Shark's were defeated by the
Rams with a final score of 84
to 69. The Sharks also played
Chattahoochee Tuesday night de-
feating them 103 to 48.
"The Sharks will meet Rickards
High of.Tallahassee here Satur-
The Key Club is planning to
sell balloons as a money making
project during the Christmas par-
ade Saturday, December 7.
The annual Keyette-Key Club
Christmas Ball will be held Sat-
urday night, December 21, in the
Centennial Building. The "Yaks"
will be playing from 9:00 to 1:00.
a.m. The. charge is $3.00 per
WSCS Meets In
couple and tickets may be obtain-
ed from any Keyette member.
The Betty Crocker Test, giv-
en annually to all Senior girls,
was given Tuesday morning. The
purpose of the test is to deter-
mine the Homemaker of Tomor-
rTow. The winner 'from each
school receives a certificate and
is eligible for the state and na-
tional contest. The examination
tests the girls knowledge of all
phases .of home economics.
Art Association Planning Christmas
Show and Sale Friday and Saturday
How about something different
for Christmas this year; a real oil
painting? The: Gulf Art Associa-
tion invites you to visit their Holi-'
day Art Show and Sale this Thurs-
day and Friday afternoons and all
day Saturday, December 5, 6 and
7. You will find many beautiful
paintings on display.'You may dis.
cover the perfect picture for that
blank wall over the dining room
table or above the fireplace.
A genuine oil painting, beautiful-
ly framed adds so much to a room.
So do accept this invitation. While
at the show, register for the free
oil painting to be given away. You
do not have, to be present to win.
All artists- wishing to display
j e asked to have their work in
place by ,1 p.m. Thursday, Decem-
Macomber On FSU
Varsity Cage Team
David Macomber, former Port
St. Joe High Shark basketball
star, is a member of the Florida
State Seminoles' varsity basket-
ball team this year.
A 6' 8" junior at Florida'
State, Macomber was picked to
the All State team in his senior
year at Port St. Joe High.
Port St. Joe Needs An A'r-oon
The Woman's .Society of Chris-
tian Service of the First United
.Methodi. Church held their
monthly meeting in The Chapel
on December 2. Fifteen members
and one -visitor, Mrs. Parker G.
Hart,, were present.
,The 'tI4ting was opened with
S-' .!; i .y! .-'
Mrs. Herman -Dean, president,
prei'er"at the business session.
A,i devotional, .flThe. Keeper, of
the Imnn''was given by Mrs. 0. M.
Mri. Edwin Ramsey gave the call
to worship with the response 'by
Mrs. Ralph: Swatts, Sr.
"0 tittle Town of Bethlehem"
!Las suigby the group.
Mrs. George Adkins read The
Christmas Story from Matthew 2.
The. candlelight program, "Thy
Light Is Come", with group res-
poise. was presented by Mrs.' Ed-
wit:Ramsey assisted by Mrs. Ralph
-The meeting was closed with the
Folloifig the program, refresh-.,
ments pJ.ruit: cake, nuts, ,mints,
ari' coffee were served by mem-
bers .the Annie Stone Circle.
GOrdtn Club Is .
.'fli the holiday season,
many tinilies decorate the out-
side of their homes, as well as
the inside. It gives the street or
neighborhood a festive air and
also .brings joy to passers-by.
To encourage more people to
participate in this delightful
practice, the Port St. Joe Garden
Club is sponsoring a contest to
find the best outside decorated
lhoine oii. yard in the area. This
includes., White City, Highlanj
View, St. Joe Beach, Oak Grove,
Kenney's Mill and Ward Ridge,,
as well1 as Port St. Joe. Anyone
wishing' to enter can do so by
fflling'-Jean Stebel at 229-4304
before December 14. First prize
wiHl be :$10.00.' Second prize is
$7,00,-Third prize will be $4.00.
"Judg# g will take place dur-
ing the'week of December 14 to /
Deteriber 21. To enter, one must
call- in his name and address by
D.ecember 14 as only registered
-cisplays. will be considered by
%te jp dges.
Oypng Here Soon
Dan Hodges of. Port St. Joe
unounced this week that the
G41 Mioument Company will be
.o.tenikn Port St. J6e in the
ne tw weeks.
The new business will offer
-xe togle of this area .a. monu-
i e*'ice featuring fine Geor-
grite and Italian marble of
thl' higest quality. ...
,hexeew firm will have its dis-
plraykf4iMonument Avenue next
tq. te aSt. Joe Motor Company
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this op-
portunity to thank our many
friends for their kindness and
thoughtfulness during the lengthy
illness of our husband and father,
Walter E. Armstrong. May God
bless each and every one of you
for your kind thoughts and offer-
ings during the past months.
THE WALTER E.
Mr. adn Mrs. H.- D. Kirkland
and son Harold and daughter Jan
spent Thanksgiving visiting their
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
David Rich and children and Mrs.
Kirkland's parents, Mr. and Mrs.,
S. C. Pridgeon.
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Is it possible to prophesy
events far in advance of their
occurrence? Can, seers who pre-
dict the future really see what
will actually 'happen? Are such
predictions lucky guesses or the
'result of an unusual gift?
While all predictions have not
panned out, enough have to give
us cause for serious thought.
The current issue of Fate Maga-
zine features an article by Brad
Steiger and Warren Smith en-
titled "Howv the Seers Scored in
!1968" that indicates there is
more to the question than meets
the eye or ear..
Best known among present day
seers is probably Jeane Dixon of
Washington, D. C., who predict-
ed the assination of both Presi-
dent and Senator Kennedy along
with 'many others that actually
The late Edgar Casey appeared
to have the gift of prophecy
and many of the events he fore-
saw have actually occurred.
Irene Hughes has had enough of
her prophecies come true to
Make us set up and take notice.
as have those of a number of les-
ser known seers here and abroad.
R. C. (Doc) Anderson, the
Georgia seer, predicted the slay-
ing of Martin Luther King as
well as that of .Senator Kennedy.
However his prediction that
George 'Wallace would win the
presidential election was a
Clifford Matthew Royce, the
Chicago "Mr. Py.chic" predict-
ed. there would be no recession
in 1968. He said the greatest pro-
blem would be inflation. He suc-
cessfully predicted the tight
money market, rising interest
rates and both U. S. and Russian
internal problems. He foresaw
the rapid esculatiori of military
activity in Vietnam and Amer-
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ica's world wide denunciation
,as a result. He also predicted -
the new type of influenza that
would strike the U. S. this year
coming from Hong Kong. He al-
so predicted that the Republicans
would win the election.
Malva Dee, Canada's seeress,
foresaw the return to power of
the Liberal Party in Canada. She,
also predicted the retirement of
President Johnson as occurring
this year and saw the march of
poor people on Washington. She
predicted the loss of an Ameri-
can submarine although she did
not mention the "Scorpian".
Edgar Casey foresaw the re-
turn of the lost continent of At-
lantis to the Atlantic with great
tidal waves and. volcanic erup-
itions that would do tremendous
damage to our, eastern seaboard.
Y could sleep a lot better if
so many of these predictions had
not already come true.
Gulf Coast College Singers
Presenting Annual Concert
:The Gulf Coast Junior College
Singers will present their annual
fall concert at 8:00 p.m. tonight
,in the 'Fine Arts Auditorium at
The oldest performing group at
Gulf' Coast, the "College Singers"
are known for the quality of their
performances in the area each
Directed by Norman J. Hair,
chairman of Gulf Coast's. Division
of Fine Arts, the "College Sing-
ers' 'this year include 52 voices,
,one of the largest groups in his-'
The annual fall concert this year
will include both classical and
popular music, as well as some
Christmas songs. There is no ad-
mission fee and the public is in-
re STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1968 PAGE SEVEN
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Pork Steaks -- Ib. 59c
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PAGE EIG T TH STAR Port THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1968
Early Filing ForDisabilityClaims
Aids In Getting Prompt Payments
How long does- it. take to get cial security when you become dis- be disabled for at least a year.
your first disability check from so- abled? According'to Ted :A. Gam- He pointed out that in some cases
ble, District Manager for social of long delays; in filing, the dis-
w security at Panama City, t&e an- abled person misses out altogether
swer to :this question is generally on some back'-payments.
left up to the person filing the "Although we urge everyone to
claim. Person should file his ap file early for all types of social se-'
plication for disability benefits as cnra
soon after becoming disabled as he urity payments,"' said Gamble,
Scan."Early filing means prompt !'this is especially important in the
payment of the flist check due," case disability claims. It takes a
I he said. good bit longer for us to process
the disability claim than it does
Gamble said that while no pay- for the regular retirement payment.
ment can be made during the first And the earlier you file, the bet-
six fulrimonths of disability, an ap- ter your chances of getting that
plication can be filed as soon as a very first check when it is due."
person knows that he is, going to
The Panama City social security
office at 1135 Harrison Avenue is
open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
W Monday through Friday to help
See GARLAND DUNLAP at persons file disability claims and
Cowart Motor CO. take care of other social security
301 Monument Avenue matters. Gamble said arrangements
Port St. Joe w can be made for a social security
Damon Peters, Jr., Now Member of
New Jersey Association of S. F. A.
After having been:. appointed College Scholarship Service of
Director of the Office of.Student Princeton, N. J. Some of the other
Financial Aid at Upsala College, schools represented at these work-
East Orange, N. J., Damon PAters, shops were the University of Chi-
Jr., a former resident and the son cagd, Rutgers, Princeton, Harvard,
of Mr. and Mrs. Damon Peters, Sr. Tufts and Boston.
of this city, has been admitted as Mr. Peters has been responsible
a member of the New Jersey As-
sociation of Student Financial Aid
Membership in this- organization
is predicated upon its members
demonstrating excellence in the
total administration of the many
complex federal and -institutional
student financial assistance pro-
grams involved in pursuing higher
education. Before being admitted
to.NJASFAA, Mr. Peters attended
various computation and student
personnel workshops held by the
representative to visit the disabled
person in his home or a hospital
when his disability prevents him
from coming to the office. Call
763-5331 for more information.
for instituting and organizing the
first College Work-Study Program
at Upsala College.
Sp-4 James Terry
Now In Vietnam
LONG BINH, VIETNAM
(AHTNC) Army Specialist Four
'James C. Terry, 24, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James H. Terry, Route 1, We-
wahitchka, was assigned to the U.
S. Army Depot Nov. 1 near Long
His wife, Lois, lives on Route 3,
Port St. Joe.
Midget Investments with
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
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Here is design that matches individual room
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 19 U
2L "Super-Right" Sliced K
Liver Loaf 6-OZ. PKG..3
. Spiced Luncheon
Copeland's All Meat
SKINLESS FRANKS 559c
Ann Page No Calorie Liquid
BOTTLE 6 SPECIAL!
A&P Brand Solid Speiall
WHITE TUNA 3 Cans $1.00
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SPIC & SPAN
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PERCH FILLETS LB
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GREEN BEANS 2
"Super-Right" Fresh Whole or Half
9 BOSTON BUTTS LB.
35c PORK STEAK
"Super-Right" Rib Half
"u':-:-.- "' Country
Stokely Van Cainmp
Tropicana Brand Variety ot Flavors
DRINKS 4 S89c
Buy 5, Get 1 Freel lona Speciall A&P Brand Sweet Spzcall
PORK & BEANS 6o:.5Oc G'FRUIT JUICE 3 Can 8
Quaker Specall Ann Pare Fine, Broad or Extra Wide
QUICK GRITS 11/2Pkg. c EGG NOODLES 3 $1.00
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1 Dari Country Imitation Special,
CHEESE SPREAD 4 o 59c
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POTATOES 10 BAG
FRESH CANADIAN ,
Fresh, Crisp, Young Fresh
CARROTS 2 -.25c TANGERINES 6 o.25c
Medium Size Yellow
Jane Parker Sliced White
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Pkg. A- 5
Sne Parker SavSh
Jane Parker Over 2/3 Fruit & Nuts 'K
12 lb. loaf $1.79
3 lb. ring $3.29
5 b. ring $4.5 9
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BREAD & BUTTER PLATES
Your Choice!. with every
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THIS WEEK' -
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4 Cereal Bowls
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301 Monument Avenue -
Port St. Joe
I I I
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I WOU THROUGH DEC. 8 12-7-768 '
Girl Scout Troop
Is Keeping Busy
Busy is the word that describes
Girl Scout Troop Number 48, and
November has been just that. The
Troop took part in the Veterans
Day Parade riding in three station
wagons. Our thanks go out to Mrs.
Parrott, Mrs. Tootle and Mrs.
Schweikert for letting us use their
For the most of November, we
have spent working on badges.
Thank you notes were written
and sent to Mrs. Huckeba, Mrs.
Griner and Mrs. Hallinan for giv-
ing us our Halowe'en party. At our
last meeting of the month, each
girl wvrote a poem about Thanks-
giving. These poems will be put in
.the Troop scrapbook. We would
like to thank Mrs. Freeman, Mrs.
Quarles and Mrs. Smith for serv-
ing our refreshments for the month
Patrol Number 1
THAMES JEWELRY GIVES
'GIFT TO JR. MISS WINNER
Thames Jewelry presented a"
bracelet to Miss Carole Lamberson,
winner of the Jaycee-sponsored Jr.
Miss contest recently. The name
of Thames Jewelry was acciden-
tally left off the list of prize don-
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, December 9
Roast beef witli brown gravy,
rice, mustard greens, celery sticks,
apricots and cookies, corn bread,
butter and milk:.
Tuesday, December 10
Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans,
carrot sticks, coconut pudding, but-
ter and milk.
Wednesday, December 11
Hamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions and dills,
fresh apples, butter and milk.
Thursday, December 12
Turkey and noodles, green butter
beans, pick-up salad, raspberry ap-
pie sauce, white bread, butter and
Friday, December 13
Oven baked pork chops, r;'ce,
turnip greens, cheese wedges, ap-
ple pie, white bread, butter and ;
Highland View Elementary School
1I, Monday, December 9
Tuna fish salad, English peas,\
potato sticks, Ritz crackers, choco-
late cake, white bread and milk.
Tuesday, December 10
Hamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions and pickles,
banana pudding, white bread and
Wednesday, December 11
Turkey and noodles, turnip
greens, celery sticks, brownies,
corn bread and, milk.
Thursday; December 12
Sloppy joe, snap beans, cabbage
slaw, peach pie, White bread and
Friday, December 13
Sheppard's pie, green butter
beans, carrot and.raisin salad, co-
conut cookies, orange juice, white
bread and milk.
Chevron Diesel Fuels burn
clean, increase injector life;
triple fuel filter life.
Call your Standard "Oil
Man in Port St. Joe
J. LAMAR (Pete) MILLER
"Standard Oil Company inc. in Yy.)
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1968
Each year the drug industry Invests millions of dollars in
research to support the: nearly 800 million prescriptions
filled yearly by pharmacists throughout the country. This.
*investment results in new "wonder drugs" which let us
live our lives longer, healthier. Of the 275 million dollars
invested last year more than 130 million dollars went for
-quality control research. Improved precision measuring
!and compounding instruments were developed to make
even more certain you receive exactly what your doctor,
prescribes. And the investment also weqt for developing
-' improved methods of production. As the methods of manu.
facturing improve, the price of the bulk drug decreases.
This havingg Is passed on to you in lower prescription prices.
, The "gold pill" of yesterday is purchased today for a nomi-
nal amount. Thus, a conscientious, developing industry
works to improve the service and quality of the pharmaceu.
S-ticals.you receive today and tomorrow.
.For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
-Can always, depend upon, bring your prescriptionsI P
BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
lians Avenue Phone 227-3371
e-In Window Service jPlenty of Free Parking
Florida Greeting Service,
A cordial welcome awaits you from
the local merchants and civic
.organizations of Port' St. Joe.
Brought to you by. our local hostess
: If .you are a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES
1002 Garrison Avenue
-.S'y-You Saw It In The Star -
the nozzle, the more
Like a, bose, the smaller,
Scan block the washing t j
action; every item in
both racks is totally
washed And rinsed.
203 REID AVENUE
With two full-size revol
ving spray arms nothing
powerful the water jets
to "peel" off tough
cooked-on foods other
Shark Cagers Bounce Chattahoochee
103-44; Lose to Rutherford 84-69
Cub Scoutmaster Ed Creamer, left, presents the Natio'nl Sum-
mertime Pack Award to Bob Fox, representing the Port St. Joe Ro-
tary Club, sponsors of Cub Pack 47. The award was presented last
Monday night at the regular Cub Scout meeting. A Certificate of
Appteciation was given to Dave May, another Rotary Cub Scout
representative. May was not present at toe meeting. Fox presented
Pack 47 with its new Pack Charter. -Star photo
b Scouts Receive Awards In Pack
The Rutherford High Rams de-
feated the Port St. Joe High
Sharks 84-69 here Saturday night
in the season opener for both
An overflow crowd was on
hand to witness the contest.
Harold Edwards, a high jump-
ing center, led the Rams' scoring
attack with 22 points, sinking
nine, of 11 from the field and
four of five from- the dbarity
stripe. Jerome Dean, : Allen
*Bense and Freddie York added
18, 17 and ,16 respectively for
The Rams had only' a three'
point lead at half time, but a
,scorching attack in the last per-
;,iod spelled defeat for the Sharks.
David Langston, the Sharks
All Stater, was high--for-the
Sharks with 27 points. Charlie
Lewis, the Sharks other forward,
hit for 20 points and Buddy $oy-
:ette added 10 points for the
S. Joef fg t tp R' forn g' f.')tp
L'gston 9 9 27 Dean -_:9 0 18
Lewis 510 20 Edw'ds 9.r122
Boyette 4 2 10 G'dwit:2 2 6
Ford 1 0 2 York X3,10 16
organn 0 2 2 Bense 8 -1-17
G Knox 4 0 8 R'ford 0 0 3'33
Gant 0 0 0 Dubril.:'O 0t '10
T Knox 0. 0 0 Ramey' j0-0.- 0
Smith 0 0 0
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe __14 25 14 16-69
Rutherford __ 18 24 18 24-84
Tuesday night, the Sharks went
on a rampage and completely
dominated the basketball in
handing the Chattahoochee Yel-
low Jackets a 103-44 drubbing.
.Four of the Sharks hit in the
double figures with David Lang-
ston scoring 40 points. Johnny
Ford put 15 points through the
nets; Charlie Lewis added 14 and
Larry Morgan contributed 10.
The Sharks scored 42 points
in the first half 'in the rout of
the Jackets. The Jackets won the
second period 19-14, but the
Sharks roared back in the third
stanza for a whopping 33 points
to the Jackets 14., .
Buster Pfaender led the Jack-
ets scoring efforts with 25 points.
Craig Pringle added 12.
St. Joe fg ft tp Chat fg ft tp
L'gston 19 3 40 Corbitt 3 0 6
Lewis 7 0 14 Locke 12 4
Ford 7 1 15 Pf'der 11 3 25
Boyette 3 0 6 Chason 0 1 1
Knox 4 0 8 Pringle 5 2 12
Morgan 5 0 10
Ganth 02 2
C Smith 30 6
T Smith 1 0 2
The scoie by quarters
Port St. Joe __ 28 14 33 28-9103
Chattahoochee 8 19 14 7- 48
During the coming week the*
Sharks will be at home to Rick-
ards of Tallahassee Saturday,
night and will travel to Wewa-
hitchka Tuesday night.
Florida Power Corp.
Sponsoring Cook School
Florida Power Corporation will
sponsor a cooking school here
in Port St. Joe on Tuesday, De-
cember 17, to be held in the
Home Service Center of the firm
The school will get under way
at 2:00 p.m. and will be led by
Mrs. Sara Patrenos, Home Ser-
The school will present a spe-
cial program of Christmas 'food
The general public is invited
Midget'Investments That Yield
Meeting Monday Night of last Week | C assified Ads
Cub Scout Pack 47 met Monday, WEBELOS, White City' Jim, ,
night of last week in the High Beauchamp, Bob Cat. a ta .
School Cafeteria for an awards pre-' WEBELOS Robert Sanborn, o yIt 1 1 e i
sentation ceremony. Naturalist and Webelo Award; EB UvY iIX L U
The following Cubs and Webelos Gary Carlisle, Sportsman; Clyde
received their awards. Whitehead, 'Athlete; Michael Eth- "" 0' ,' A ArN N w F
DEN -Mono Whitehead an eridge, Athlete; Bill Norton, Ath- FOR SALE: .I bedroom a trame APARTMENT FOR RENT: Newly FOUND: White Persian kitten.
DEN 1-Mono Whitehead and ete; Richard eager, Athlete; home, 1i L..(L, stparA llhng, I decorated two bedroom furnish-' Owner may claim at 1303 Mar-
Charles Kilbourn, Bob Cat Awards.cotty it'c ,-h e ger Atnlete; living room, large kitchen, knotty ed. Downstairs. Located at 216% 'vin Avenue after 5 p.m.
SScotty rite, Athlete and Andy pine walls throughout, '2-"large Sixth Street. Call Hubert '. Brin-
DEN 2- Sandy Sanforn, Bear; a ,; Athlete screened porches, fenced ift:back son 2tp-12-5 HELP WANTED: Man or woman.
Keef Pettis, Gold Arrow and Sil- WEBELO COLORS Dexter yard. Equity and payments or re- No capital needed.. Start business
ver Arrow; Danny Hallinan, Gold Whitaker, Robert Sealey, Sandy finance 125 Hunter Circle 227- FOR SALE: 15' upright freezer, of your own. Serving consumers
Arrow, Bearh i taker Robert Sealey, Sandy 5577-3-14 $75.00. Drink box with sliding, with world famous Rawleigh: pro-
Arrow, Bear ad three Silver Ar- Sanborn, Scotty White and Mich- top, $75.00. Can be seen at Mo-Jo; ducts. Can earn $60 weekly ;part
rows' ael. Blackburn. Tony Craft and Jim HOUSE FOR SALE: 215 7th St., Station, Highland. View or call time, $150 and upufull time. Write
DEN 3-Doug Carlisle, Bob Cat. Beauchamp received Webelo Col 3 bedrooms, two full baths, large Vic Burke, 229.6163. tfc-ll-21 C R. McDaniel, FL-100-770 DeSoto
DEN 4-Dexter Whitager, Bear. ors from the White City group. 10x20 living room, large ng FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, co- 38102 p2tp-12-
DEN 7--William Kennedy, Bob Scout Tony Boyd received is roomslarge kitchen.rHasnew o. pletely furnished.. At St. 1Joe
atDEN. Den -William Kennedy, Bob Scou Tony Boyd received his sell. For inquiries e eacon Be n econ Sree. Call 27- WELDING: Electricand acetylene.
-Den Ch, ef brad IBJackwell, P. .4 Box 554 ,Destin 443 tfc-11-28 Years of experience. Call J. L.
Fla. 4tc-l-21 -- Temple 229-6167. 1302 Palm Blvd.
SFOR SALE: Good upright piano.
FOR SAL,: 3 bedroom block home I Call 229-2797 or see at 115 Bell WANTED: Young man, mechani-
Swith sc. reened front porch amy Circle. 2tp-11l-28 cally inclined, to work in food
Long Ave. Phone 229-2231. it"- processing plant. Great opportun-
rFOR SALE: Large red gelding. G p.
FORIRENT" Trailer space for one F t n itth I enlKirkpatrick & Co.
FOR RENT cellent roping and cutting horse. Call Apalachicola 6538811. 3t1128
or two house trailers on lots8fyrs.,.ve. st. Roping saddle.
-back "of Costin's Cottages, Beacon .
iHill. Call 27816. tc-12-5 Panama City, 763-5537 evenings. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. ICall
-- -_-"_ 2tc-1.1-28 'Buford Griffin. Phone 229-.937
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. --- '2293097
---For adults only. Living room. FOR SALE: Large upright Wizard 290
bedroom, bath, breakfast nook ahd freezer. Phone Mrs. Paul Fen-
-. kitchen. Phone 229-1352. .tfc- 1-21 som, 227-5661. tfc42-5 d e
!- FOR RENT: Unfurnished house. 3 FOR SALE: Two fuel oil tanks,
bedrooms, chain link fence in one 265 gallon capacity and one 518 Third Street
,---S Prid d back At White City. Phone 227- 275 capacity. Both tanks are min Port St. Joe, Fla.
SC Pr 0n g ranon 3197. ttc-12-5 good condition. Call Hubert R.
Receives Bronze Star FOR RENT: One and two .e..room B nTElectrical Contractor
attractively furnished a'prt GOOD SELECTION of ued TV's. Cnracr
Specialist(E-5) HaroldS Kirk- ents, Cool In summer, warm in Arnolds FUit &TV. 323 Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
'land w t t e U. S. winter. G as heat,' wi Wd v' fans. Re*d Ave. tf ..29
E -flr |K ,rland, withn the U. S. Army in, T They Must be sewn to 'be spprec. ENCE ca '
Vietnam, was awarded the lated Also NICE TRAILER PRK FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
- The fine mesh of the Bronze Star Medal for outstand- ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wmi- Em Step Free estimate HEATH RADIO and
self-cleaning filter con- ing meritorious service in con- co Lodge Apartments and Trailer Guarantee on lat. Phn rie 227- ElTH RADIaTE
s tinuously collects food section with ground operations Park, White City. tfe-10-12 L-uw t 9pent. P hone 227 -
. in the tiny jet nozzles in the Vietnam war. FOR RENT: Furnished two b- .. ....g- All work guaranteed
in the spray arms. Kirkland is the son of Mr. room cottage, on St. Joe Beach.
and Mrs. Harold D. Kirkland of ea7-84nable rates. Call tf-5-23
Reiglewood, N. C., and the grand- AMBULANCE SERVICE RA.A -Re Iar convocation on St.
son of Mr and Mrs. S. C. Prid- FOR' RENT: Warehouse space an Joseph Chapter cNo. 56, R.A .,
UNDERCOUNTER ~ ~ rage. Hurlbut Furniture COp In Wewahitchka and 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
UnUI, ~nillgeon of White City. Phone 227-4271. tfe-6-8 companions welcome.
NDERCiI UNLTERIllgeonoW hitet--L Phon. 27-4 21. Port S,. Joe ROY BURGH, H. P.
nFWASErl 1 "FOR RENT: Two bedroom house, WALTER GRAHAM, See.
'furnishedTAt i WALTER GRAHAMf See.,_
* Full-tiite self-cleaning fil-'
ter eliminate" redeposition of
food partioaeie N6 more need
to pre-rinse with high-pres-
sure Spray arms and filter
aetilh Smooth porcelain-
ehamel interior.* DuLal dis-
1pensers add detergent at the
proper time 800-watt heat-
ing element for fast drying.
Add this quiet
Eliminates g a r-
for good. Even
and fruit pits.
easy to install.
r~- ~e -
food waste disposer
O matter ho!
Well ybu feel
there are two things
you should do
about cancer: Have a health
checkup every year. Learn
Cancer's Seven Danger Signals:
1. Unusual bleeding ,
or discharge: 2. A lump or
thickening in the breast ,
3. A sore that does not heal.
'4. Change in bowel or bladder
Habits. 5. Hoarseness or
cough. 6. Indigestion or difficulty
in swallowing. 7. Change in
a wart or moles
If your signal lasts longer
than two weeks, see
your doctor without delay.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BYTHE P"UBULSHER
furnished. At Beach. Smith's -- --
Pharmacy. t-10-31 Comforter Funeral Home WILLIS V. ROWAN, PO$T 116,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in .. THE AMERICAN IONt. meet-
Highland View for $30.00' per 227-3511 iLg second ard fourth Tuesday
o. PHighland View 64 for 4101 $3000 per nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legion
mo Phone 648-4101. t10-24 Home.
FOR RENT: Trailer space on two PEP UP with Zippies "Pep Pills
large lots at St. Joe Beach. Phone non-habit forming. Only $1.98. THERE WILL BE a regular com-
648-4720. tfc-11-7 Campbell's Drug Store. 8tp-10-24 munication of Port St Joe Lodge
48-4720. ti-1 No. 111, F. & A M.. every first
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control and third Thursday at 8-00 p m.
upstairs apartment. 522% 'Third cosmetics. 'Call Mabel Baxley,
Street. Phone 227-8642. tfc-11-14 229-6100 after 5 p.m. 1109 Mon- ,
FORRENT: Two bedrqoi; house. unent Ave. tf-9-26
Beacon Hill, Furnished:' $60 a.
month. Call 4824112 Marianfia. WANTED:'2 or 3 bedroomhousehH. L. BURGE, Secretary
4t -1e-14 unfurnished. Call 227-2181. tf-3 JAMES HORTON, W. M.
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THE___ T Port St. Joe, Po____aTHURSDAY,_DECEMBER_5, 1968 ____E ____E__
WILL ARRIVE I
PORT SL JOE
. FREE -
g Saturday Afternoon _
BEGINNING AT 1:00 P. M.
Special Attraction -
Miss Linda Fitts
of PANAMA CITY
DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL EVENT
FEATURING BIG VALUES FOR HOLIDAY
THE STAR, krf"'St. Joe, Olor 3 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1968
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY,' DECEMBER' 5, 1968
COUNTY, FLORIDA, INCLUDING' Hupdred ThouspnB Dollars ($1,-
S|NON-RESIDENTS OWNING PRO-100,000) School Bonds of Special
PERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXA- Tax School District Number One,
STION THEREIN, AND ALL OTH- dated January 1, 1969, maturing
ERS HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY Iserially on January 1 of each of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST INyears 1970 through 1989 both in-
FOR GULF COUNTY, PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED elusive, bearing interest payable
FLORIDA. BY THE ISSUANCE OF THE semi-t ually, at such rate or rates
THE BOARD OF PUBLIC IN- SCHOOL BONDS BY THE BOARD not exceeding six per centum (6%)
STRUCTION OF GULF COUNTY OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF per annum, a more particular des-
FLORIDA, for and on behalf of GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, ON cription of said bonds being con-
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT BEHALF OF S P E CI AL TAXtained in the Complaint filed in
NUMBER ONE, S C H 0 0 L DISTRICT NUMBER these proceedings.
Plaintiff, ON E, HEREINAFTER MORE This Order to Show Cause shall
vs.-' PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED, OR be published in the manner re-
"STATE OF FLORIDA, and the TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY quired by Section. 75.06, Florida
Taxpayers, Property Owners and THEREBY: Statutes, in The Star, a newspaper
Citizens of the County of Gulf, in- You and each of you are hereby of general circulation in the Coun-
eluding non-residents owning prop- required to appear on the 16th day ty of Gulf published in Port St.
erty or subject to taxation therein, of December, 1968, at 10:00 o'clock Joe. Florida.
Defendants. A.M., before the Circuit Court of DONE AND ORDERED at Port
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE Gulf County, Florida, at the Court- t. Joe,- Florida, this 19th day of
TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA; house in Port St. Joe, Florida, and November, 1968.
THROUGH THE STATE. ATTOR- show cause why the prayer of the /s! W. L. FITZPATRICK
NEY FOR THE FOURTEENTH JU- Complaint filed in the above en- Judge of the Circuit
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE, titled proceedings should not be Court for Gulf County,
THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWN- granted and the bonds therein des- Florida. 3t-11-21l
ERS, TAXPAYERS AND CITIZENS cribed and the proceedings pu- -
OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, thorizing the issuance thereof, vpl- NOTICE
'AND OF SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL idated and confirmed, said bonds I will no longer be responsible
DISTRICT NUMBER ONE, GULF consisting of One Million One for any debts other than those
Smade by by vne nrsonnallyv Effeo-
.For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
tive on the first publication of this
notice, November 28, 1968.
ROBERT L. MONTGOMERY
IN TIHE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Lula Kemp, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the courthouse
at Vort St. Joe, Florida. within six
calendar months from the date of
the first publication of this notice.
Each claim or demand must be in
writing and must state the place of
residence and post-office address
of the claimant and must be sworn
by Florida Power Corporation
Several requests for Lane Cake
have come in from friends who
have lost their recipe. Since it is
almost as much a part of Christmas
as fruit cake, you may add this re-
cipe to your special'recipe collec-
1 cup butter
2 cups sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
314 cups all-purpose flour
312 teaspoons baking powder
% teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
8 egg whites, beaten
Cream butter .until smooth; add
sugar gradually and beat until light
3nd fluffy. Add vanilla. Combine
to by the claimant, his agent, or
nis attorney, or it will become void
according to law.
November 8, 1968.
,s/ JAUNITA K. CROSS
Administratrix of the
Estate of Lula Kemp,
CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
Attorney for Administratrix
221 Reid Ave. 41
Port St. Joe. Florida 11-14
First publication on November 14,
dry ingredients and add to cream-
ed mixture alternately with milk,
beating until smooth. Fold in beat-
en egg whites. Pour batter into
four round 9-inch cake pans greased
' and lined with paper that has been
greased. Bake at 375 degrees F.
for about 20 minutes. (If you have
only two pans, bake half the batter
at a time.) After removing cakes
from oven, let stand 5 minutes;
then turn out on racks to cool.
Spread Lane Frosting between
layers and on top and sides of
cake. Cake is best if stored for
several days before serving.
8 egg yolks
11. cups sugar
Airman Joseph 'E. Barfield
Completes Air Course
KEESLER AIR FORCE BASE,
MISS. (AHTNC) Army Private
First Class Joseph E. Barfield, 20,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hozie Barfield,
212 Fourth St.. Highland View,
Port St. Joe, completed an air traf-
fic control operator course Nov. 5
at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss.
During the 14-week course, he
was trained in aircraft recognition,
conventional and radar approach -
control and air traffic rules.
PFC Ira R. Forehand
Serving 'In Vietnam
P,LEIKU, VIETNAM (AHTNC) -
Army Private First Class Ira R.
Forehand, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Forehand, Wewahitchka, was
assigned to the 92nd Artillery Nov.
1 near Pleiku, Vietnam. as a fire
direction computer specialist. I
12 cup butter or margarine gar and butter. Place in saucepan
1 cup chopped pecans 'and cook over medium heat, stir-
1 cup finely chopped seedless ring constantly, for about 5 minutes
raisins or until sugar is dissolved and
1 cup flaked or fresh grated co- mixture is slightly thickened. (Do
conut not overcook or let egg yolks be-
1 cup finely cut candied cherries come scrambled in appearance.
2i teaspoon salt Mixture should be almost tra spar-
One-third cup whiskey or fruit ent.) Remove from heat and acd re-
juice I maining ingredients. Let cool be-
Beat egg yolks slightly: add su- fore spreading on cake.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..............................--- 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION ................................ 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
iLO"G AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...............................
MORNING WORSHIP ...... ... ..........
BAPTIST TRAJ-NING UNION ............
EVENING WORSHIP ..........................
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ......
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditione -- Cenmally Heated
* 3/4" SOLID
* SLIDING GLASS
>oplMAKE YOUR HOUSE
Copt HSofa and Chair $199.00
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
C. Byron Smth, Pastor
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 196B
I with passion and eloquence for di-
versity in human cultures and ways
NOTES FROM THE of life and for the preservation of
*: natural diversity as our greatest
GULF COUNTY hope for keeping the door open for
future change, to enable man, to
correct his mistakes and alter his
LIB AR directions.
"The Art of the Japanese Gar-
-.. den" by Tatsuo Ishimoto provides
w tfor the American gardener a study
This week the Port St. Joe Public of the Japanese family garden that
Library suggests some new books can be quite rewarding. The plants
for your holiday reading enjoy- found in the Japanese garden are
Sent. ; readily available in .America. The
NON-FICTION simplicity of design produces max-
"A Different Kind of Country" imum beauty with minimum main-
by Raymond F. Dasmann pleads tenance. A source book of hundreds
of new ideas based on the centur-
ies-old development of the world's
most beautiful gardens.
"The. Case Against Congress" by
Drew Pearson and Jack Anderson
is a compelling indictment of cor-
EW I T motion on Capitol Hill. According
reles labored br2-INALAthing to the authors it is a story that
seconds or money back. In- Congress itself has tried to sweep
hlalaion lasts for hour.. inder the rug for a long time. the
Don'l let ASTHMA in
cquse loss of sleep authors unflinchingly name names,
NEBULIZER and SOLUTION places and numbers as they dis
'lose the shame of Capital Hill.
Campbell's- Drugs FICTION
Port St. Joe, Fla. "Heart Troubles" by Stephen
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School ............... ..._... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .......................... 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ........-........ 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship ... .................... 7-30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) ...... 7-30 P M
"Where Old Fashioned Friendbiness Still Surives"
Birmingham is a collection of .
fourteen short stories with, a single e Nichols
unifying th~me: the troubles, large Airman Jake Nichols At Amarillo AFB
and small, and the mysteries that O "
beset the human heart and now
besmet the humations can heart and now AMARILLO, Tex Airman Ja- ing at Amari9 AF, Tex. He has
sometimes solutions can be reach- h sor J. Nichols, son 9f Mrs. Margaret been assigned to Sheppard AFB,
ed"trouble asthere approached self-inTe H Nichols of 601 16th. St., Port Tex., for training in the transporta-
Sflicted, often ironic; sometimes OSSj. Joe, has completed basic train- ion field.
grimly funny, ometime poig- Airman Nichols,a 1966 graduate
ly funny sometimes poigoted from cuttings. and the of Port St. Joe High School, at-
n by CHARLES REEVES rooting media "may bq,sand' or or- tended Nashville (Tenn.) Auto-
"The Insurrection of Hippolytus County Forester dinary oil, orvarious mixtures of Diesel College.
Brandenberg" by Roy Friedmanisdnary soil, or various mixturesof Colleg
wBrandenentirelyRoyin thedman iofs, sand and sbil with vermiculite, His wife is the former Charlotte
lettersn entirely in the forandam of ... eat moss,, peanut hulls, or even Brunner of Lynn Haven.
letters, inter-offic memoranda, se- I I I i. I ;
cret transcripts and communiques. So much is said nowadays about you push themower into the gra-.,sawdust.
We've all thought about writing a commercial forestry we tend at yel. This is built-in protection- The basic ingredients to success-
letterrto the newspapers, some com- times to forget about' the tree it-iwhich will save many bleeding ful rotting of tree stock, and cer-
pany or the White House in order self, the individual shrub or or- trees. tain shrubs, are proper medium, "
to right some wrong but we never namental. But the real test of a green protection from direct sun, cor-
seem to really get around to it Yet there are few satisfactions thumb is in rooting plants, shrubs', rect -moisture, and time. Rootings
Brandenberg does. He writes let- which compare with that of the or certain trees for landscaping, can't be rushed. Nor should they .
ters to everyone. This is a Very home gardener trying out his Some people they just don't have be taken up' from bed or can too
'unny book and it is yery serious, green thumb on trees and other the touch. Yet if the truth were soon for transplanting.
oo. growing things. known it would probably boil Many a home landscaper takes
"Minnie" by Anne. Medley is a One of the oldest and still ef- down to alack of patience, or.in- double satisfaction not only in the
-efreshing and suspenseful -story fective ways to protect a newly terest, and- not a matter of thubd eautof his estate but in the
bout a slightly bewildered little set seedling.is with stakes. Four at all. measure of knowing did it my-the
'ady who' at forty-one,a stranger stakes enclosing the pine or other Man fruit urerees areo noting reddl it mself."
So life, almost unbearably naive, seedling in a safety zone is one way fruit trees are readily self.
- sets out to meet the world. With of protecting that future shade
1 charming and childlike curiosity, tree. The "box" will keep you from
she seeks the experience she al- inching the whirring lawn mower
wn ays missed talking to public the last fatal inch trying to cut the r I h
most of all meeting men. Carefully removing a ring of S I you can t/ Sop < .
In your public library you will! sod around all"trees and replacing ,e be readyto sart
rind books and information on the turf with an inch layer of white. '. ready str' t
nearly every subject. However, gravel, or sea shell, will precent pay ng
should your library or bookmobile shaggy looking grass from cling- fiLt pate
not have the book or material you ing to tree trunks and will give .'1 So, stop first at the brake service
yard a dressed up Sunday 'ON ACwhop that displays the NAPA
request it can be obtained for you your yard a dressed up Sunday ign of Good Serviceand De .
through the Northwest Regional look seven days a week., i. pendable Parts. You can be sure
Library System of which Port St. The gravel will serve another and not sorry with Brake Par
.Joo Public Library is a member. purpose. Instead of barking the IJ P, 0VA 0 that bear the NAPA Seal be.
lower trunk of the tree with the quality of triple-guaranteed..de.
lawn mov.wer you will get your P 0 pendability available only
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR hins barked by flying gravel if through the service-repair ehop
10.1 2/ that show the NAPA Sign.
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Includes these all-time favbr-
ites .. "Joy to the World,"
"The First Noel," "Hark! The '
Herald Angels Sing," "Jingle
Bells," "Silent Night"... plus
12 other Christmas songs, in-
cluding a brand new song "I
Still Believe in Christmas" by
Edward Thomas and Martin
Limited quantities of albums
4, 5, and 6 also available
One album per
customer at I
this low price
"* s .'."
stone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florldi THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, ;196
r-RICH and SONS' IGA PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
TABLERITE BEEF 7-BONE
TABLERITE BEEF ROUND BONE
Shoulder ROAST lb. 68c
Save More With A $10.00 Order at RICH'S
WT 1.ROBIN HOOD E
WITH $10600 ORDER or MORE
GA. GRADE "A" With $10.00,0Order or More
1 Dozen LARGE EGGS ----------FREE
With $10.00 Order or More '
BOLD DETERGENT ---- giant size 99:
With $10.00 Order or Mpre-'
IGA MAYONNAISE, quart jar 39c
With $10.00 Order or More
IGA DELUXE COFFEE --- lb. can 49c
COPELAND 16 IOZ. PKGS.
WIE N ERS
Ground BEEF 3 -$1.19
S Blb' 58c"
TABLERITE BEEF BLADE BONE.
RIBS of BEEF lb.
MORRELL'S PRIDE TASTY LINK 12 OZ. PKG.
MORRELL'S PRIDE BONELESS COOKED PICNIC
SHOULDERS 3 "$2.28
IGA BIG ROLL
Baby Food 9
LYKES -24 Oz. CAN
YKES -CORN BEEF -15 OZ. CAN
MIRACLE 6 STICK
IGA 2 Lb. Pkg.
SSecret Spray (Reg. $1.09 Val.) 4 Oz.
DEODORANT 4 oz. 88c
Liquid Prell (Reg. 65c Val.) Med.
SHAMPOO ..- btl.
[GA Hamburger and Hot Dog-rSAVE 6,
IGA BUNS 2 pkgs. 39c
SGA' No. 303 Cans
Fruit Cocktail 3 cans 69c
[GA CUT No. 303 Cans
Green Beans 3 cans 69c
[GA(- 18 Oz.
P'nut Butter 49c
IGA 18 Oz.
TABLERITE' BISCUITS------ ctn.
KRAFT AMERICAN or PIMENTO
SINGLE CHEESESLICES ---12 oz.
SUPREME ROUND CTN.
ICE CREAM ------------
"BEST BUY IN GULF COUNTY ON EGGS"
GA. GRADE "A"
COMET Reg. Size
2 for 29c
IGA 48 Oz.
FISH STICKS,------------ 16 oz. 59c
FROZEN DINNERS ----- 11 oz.
MUSTARD COLLARD TURNIP
McKENZIE GREENS ---- 3 pks.
-Dee. 4, 5,
6 and 7
ORANGES APPLES TANGELOS GRAPEFRUIT
FRESH FR UIT
C ORN- -- 6 ears 49c
ORANGES---5 lb. bag 59c
BEST FOR DIET WHITE
HOME GROWN TURNIPS and COLLARD
Avacado PEARS ---ea. 23c
Juicy KUMQUATS-- ,,bag
TANGELOS --- doz.
TANGERINES ----- doz.
MAKE YOUR OWN PUMPKIN PIES
FRESH PUMPKINS --ea.
Red Cherries, Pineapple Best Prices ori Fruit Cake Mix!
UNCH29c Candied FRUIT
ALhI III T
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