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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apa lachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTY-SECOND YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456T iUltDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1968 NUMBER 15
Officials of rt St. Joe' newest indusrialfamily, Basic Mag-
Snesia Incorporated were hosts Tuesday night at a Christmas party
and reception held at the Centennial Building. The party was'given
to continue a series started by Basic's predecessors here, Michigan
Chemical Corp., and to introduce Basic's,'managemnent to the busi-
ness and industrial population of the Port St. Joe' area.
Approximately '150 people called during the evening to meet
Basic's management, which took over operation of the former Mlihi-
gan Chemical plant here early this year.
Last Rites This
Mrs. Ola 'Denton
Fune al services. for- Mrs. .Ol :
Denton, age '70, will be held tO-
day at 200B p in. from the High-
land View Baptist Church. Rev.
William 'Stevens will officiate,
assisted by Rev. Robert Cary and
Re,. C. Zyron Smith. Interment
will be in the family plot at
Pleasant Rest Cemetery in Ov-
Mrs. Denton passed away
Tuesday at noon in the Munici-
pal Hospital after a long illness.
Mrs. Inton .was a :*ite long
resident 'of Gulf County. She
tvas a member Rf the Highland
Viem Baptist Chiurch. Her par-.
ents, Mr. and- Mrs. Franklin
Whitfield, moved tb6 Glf Coun-
ty, when'it *as Calhoun County
in 1895. .
SSurvivs Include one son,
Lawson Denton of -Hahnville,
La.; one- daughter, Mts. Lorene
SBishop of Beacor HElN a U sister,
Mrs. Lila Odom of Parker; two
brothers, Ted Whitfield, Sr., of
Highland View-mad Boy Whit-
field of Wewahitchka; nine
. grandchildren, Coleman Smith of
St. Joe Beach, Mrs. Linda Frank-
lin of St. Joe Beach, Lonnie
Smith of Morgan City, La., Eu-
gene Danford with the U. S.
Navy, Billie Denton of Miami,
Mrs. Betty Martin of Columbia,
S. C., Mrs. Louise Hart of Bea-
con Hill, -Terrell Rushing of'Peo
sacola and Wayne Bishop of Bea-
con Hill and nine great grand-
Mrs. Denton will lie in state
at her residence at St. Joe Beach
until -12s00 noon today after
which she will be at the church
til service time. .
Prevatt. Funeral Home is in'
charge of- arrangements.
A letter receivedTrecently from
the Atlanta Office of Civil
Rights, set out a seven point
plan for complete -desegregation-
of Gulf County School as set out'
by the office of Health, Educa-
tion and Welfare. The. letter.
signed by Dewey Dobbs, Chief
of the education branch, gave
the Gulf system untit the 1969-
70 school'year to completely :de-
segregate: its student body arid
facul~ty. :* -
The outline established the
beginning of the 1969-70 school
term as the deadline'for deseg-
regation of all- grades in the We-.
wahitchka area. The deadline is
set to cooixicide with. the open-
ing of the new. high school in
Wewahitchka high school fa-
cilities were desegregated two
years agoibut separate elemen-
tary schools still exist.
With the opening of the new
In the photo above, City, Basic and St. Joe Paper Ci mpany of-
ficials are shown at the party. From left to right are; Max Muller,
President, Basic Inc.; Robert Gates, Manager of Basic's maghesia pro-
duction; J. C1 Belin, President, St. Joe Paper Company; Frank Pate,.
Mayor, City Jf Port St. Joe; H. P. Eells, Jr., Chairman of the Board
for Basic, and honorarV host at the party; Charles Brock, City Auditor
and Clerk, City of TPort St. Joe; Bob Freeman, Basic's Port St. Joe
plant manager and A. M. Caito, President of Refractories Division
for Basic. ---St photo
Commission Has Light Agenda
The City Commission met
Tuesday night in a short 30 min-
ute session in the Municipal
Building with the entir-. Com-'
mission present. The mineeting
was opened with prayer by Rev-
C. Byron Smith, pastor of the
First Baptist Church.
The Board approved the pur-
chase of 900 feet of water 'pipe
on an emergency me sure for
the relocation of the water main
on 'Fifth Street' in the construc-
tion area. The purchase' was
made from the Clow Corp., for
the low bid of $1,848.06.
Principal Walter Wilder of
Port St. Joe High School request-
ed the use of the Centennial.
Building to conduct a wrestling
program being started in the
school this year. The Board gave
unammous approval of the re-,
Florida P o w er Corporation
waS granted an easement to run
a power line across City proper-
ty at, the; sewage disposal plant.
S'Water' Superintendent. G. L
Scott and water plant operator
Thomas L. Burch were~givea
permission to attend the 17th:
Star Will Be Mailed
Early Next Week
Subscribers to The Star will
-receive their copy of next week's
paper on- Tuesday, rather than
on' the usual' mailing date of
The early mailing date will'
enable the staff at The Star to
take a few well-earned days off.
All' articles for next' week's
issue must be in The Star office
rno later than Saturday afternoon
at 5:00 p.m. '
uinnual westl oriu snuortn course
for water and sewer operators
to be held in. Fort. Walton Beach,.
.. January 29. andL_' .. .. .
A review of the City's f rcill'
statement was give by' Clerk
Brock. Brock explained that the
General Fund had alieady.receiv-
e dpi 9,o6o. 5 in taxes against
*$205,053.00 which had been bud-
geted. He said that all surplus
funds. ad already been invest-
ed in interest-bearing notes.
Brock reported that the finan-
cial status'of the City was very
Mrs. Annie M. Hardy of Overstreet
Passed Away Sunday In Hospital-
Mrs. Annie M. Hardy, age 83,,
of Overstreet, died Sunday in the,
State Hospital at Chattahoochee,
following -a long illness.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 p.m.
from the First Baptist Church of
Wew hitchlka. Servicq were con-
ducted by Rev. W..J. Ruinnels,
Wewahitchka, assisted by Rev.
Ancil Nichols of Panama City
and Chaplain Meyers e. the
Florida State Hospital. Burial
was in, the family plot of Boggs
Mrs. Hardy moved to Over-
strqet with her late husband
:th6 former *illiam G. Hardy,
Sr.,' in 1912 and was a member
of 'the First. Baptist Church of
She is survived by six sons,
William G. Hardy, Jr., of Pan-
amea City, Roland B. Hardy and
Raymond Hardy of. Overstreet,.
Quincy L. Hardy of Rock Hill,
North Carolina, Horace A. Har-
dy of Port St. Joe and James M.
Hardy of Kingston, North Caro-
lina; three daughters, Mrs. Alice
Guilford of Overstreet; Mrs.
Irene Kimbrough of Panama City.
and Adalaide Sullivan of; Mont-.
gomery, Ala.; 20 grandchildren
and -22 great grandchildren.
Comforter Funeral Home was'
in charge of arrangements. -
high school here in Port St. Joe-
during the Christmas season of
1969-70, all students grades 7-
12. must be assigned to the new
The letter noted that with the
occupancy of the new high.
school, the Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School site will be abandon-
ed and pupils moved to the pres-
ent high school site. In view of
this move during the Christmas
(Continued On Page 12)
Veteran of Foreign Wars officials are shown
above presenting a check for $25.00 to the Port
St. Joe High -School bandmaster Hugh Jones,_
The check was-presented in appreciation for the
band's appearance in the recent VFW Veterans'
Day parade held here- in Port St. Joe and is to
Jaycees Will Conduct Kids
On Christmas Shopping Tour
The' Port St. Joe Jaycees will --- ____
dondiuct their annual project' of __
bringing Christmas'to the under- *
privileged. on Saturday of this -'----
week, according to Jim Harrison,
Saturday, beginning at 1:00
p.m., the Jaycees will conduct
a shopping tour of Port St. Jode
with approximately ;30. under- "
privileged children being prqo-, !;
vided cash to purchase anything
they want for Christmas. Each
youngster is being'- furnished
with $10.00. The Jaycees raised
the money through, doatioins
The shopping touk replaces the
annual Jaycees Toys for Tots
program of repairing used toys
for distribution. The Jaycees.
said they could not get enough
repairable toys to make the pro-
Immediately following t he
shopping tour, the children will
be taken to the Parish House at
3:00 p.m. for a big Christmas
party, Santa Claus will be at the
,party to pass out gifts to all
of 'the children present.
Saturday afternoon the ,'Jay.
cees will distribute food baskets,:.
to the poor in the -county. Food
for, these baskets has been, re-
ceived through donations, 'Vth
the Jaycees purchasifig meat 'for
the food parcels.
David Rich, left andrJohn Rich, right, of Rich and Sons, IGA, are
shown presenting a giant stocking filled with toys to Jaycee Jimmie
,Prevatt, center, for distribution: to underpriviledgedr youth at the
Jaycees Christmas party Saturday afternoon.'- -Star photo-
Chamber of Commerce Meeting Called
For December 30 to Elect Directors
.President 'R. H. Ellzey of the
Port 'St. Joe Chamber of Com-
merce has called a special meet-
ing 'for Monday, December 30
for the purpose of electing new
directors for the coming ydar
and a proposed change in theby-
. laws of the organization. The
Chamber has been electing di-
rectors after the first of the year
but -an examination of. the by-
laws reveal that the election is
called for before the end of, the
A nominating committee has
already been appointed, The
committee,:: composed of B. G.
1Buzzett, Welton Roche, Ken.
Cox, Robert B. Fox and John R.
-Smith has already met and se-
lected a list of nominees to be
placed for nomination.
Suggested nominees fordirec-
tor include J. R. Smith, E .F'
Gunn,, Robert Nedley, Robert.
SFreeman, William R. Tapper and
S linmie Prevatt. Of this group,
three new directors will be cho-
sen. Nominations maybe made.
-from -the floor.
Retiring .directors are J.. .R
., Smith, E. F.' Gunn and 'Ken Cox;-
Both Smith and Gunn are fin--
Sishing up terms of.other direc-,
tors who had resigned last; year
and so they are eligible for se'-
lection .to a full term on the
The proposed change in the
by-laws consists'of setting indi-
vidual membership dues at
$10.00 The individual dues are
now $5.00 per year.
All members of the Chamber
are urged to attend this special
meeting which- will be held im
the Commission meeting reom
upstairss in the City Bal l
FBI Will Conduct 'Police
School Here 'In January
Port St. Joe's Police Chief, H.
W. Griffin announced to the City
Commission Tuesday night that
a police instruction school would
be hel4 in Port St. Joe on Janu-
ary 7, 8 and 9. The school will
be conducted by 'the Federal'
Bureau of Investigation.
Send In Your
Letters Today to
Letters to Santa Claus will
be printed in next weeks Is-
sue of The Star, whichiwill be
distributed through tho mails
on Tuesday. '
The. Star has alpreadf receiv-
ed many letters to Santa, but
children have until Saturday
morning to get their:letters In
The Star office in, time for In-
sertion ir- nextA week's paper.
All letters received before
the deadline will be printed.
Either bring your letters by
The Star office Or mail them.
Pate Named to
President Dean R. Claussen of
* the Florida League of Municipal-
ities has named several munici-
pal officials to serve on commit-
tees of the League. .
Among the municipal, officials
selected to serve from the First
Congressional District is Frank
Pate, Mayor of the City of Port
St. Joe who will serve on the
Committee on Municipal Public
: In appointing his committee
memberships, President Claus-
sen commended them for their'
past efforts in providing excel-
lence in municipal government
for Florida and for their desire
to continue doing so in the fu-
Methodist Choir In
Xmas Program Sunday
The First United Methodist
Church choir, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. James Harrison, will
present the Christmas Cantata
"We Have Seen His Star" on
Sunday evening, December 22 at
7:00 p.m. in the church sanc-
The choir will be accompanied
by Mrs. M. P. Tomlinson at the
organ, Pennington Pendarvis at
the piano and the tableaus will
be supervised by Mrs. Wayne
The public is cordially invited
to attend this unique cantata
written by Donald McClintock. .
be used to help purchase a tape recorder, the
band is making plans to buy.
Making the presentation are Marvin Schem-.
fessil, Quartermaster of the VFW post, left, and
James Sealey, Senior Vice-Commander, right.
Sasic Officials Hosts at Party
HEW Spells Out Plan for Gulf Schools
VFW Donates to Band
b.n,,.l W..f VPIAMI,
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1968
Let 'em Stand Up
As of this writing there. still hasn't been a word said'
about peace at the conference in Paris. The Americans,
Hanoi, the VC and Saigon representatives are all on hand
but neither seems to want the other there.
While the objective is to bring about peace and save
further bloodshed in the rice paddies and jungles of Viet-
nam, about all the delegates have been able to talk about
thus far is "saving of face", and the face of Hanoi in
particular. The Americans don't have this problem star-
ing them in the fact. One has only to witness the current
swift kicks in the. nether regions, to see that we have turn-
ed our "face" away 1png ago. To us, this makes us big-
ger men for having endured. To the Oriental, losing of
face is the supreme insult or degradation.
So the problem is just like it is with our races in the
United States, neither understanding the feelings of or
what "bugs" the other.
The major problem at hand at the present time in
Paris, is whether (1) to have a square table with each of
the four representatives occupying one side; (2) to have
one rectangular tsble with the V. S. and Saigon on one
side and Hanoi and the Vietcong on the other; (3) a round
table with the four combatants (or negotiators) occupy-
ing equal space around the table; etc., etc.
And then, on the other hand, we have the Vietnamese
insisting that the Vietcong doesn't exist their prob-
lem comes from Hanoi, they claim, and Hanoi should be
responsible for and answer to the. problem; not some
"myth" labeled "Vietcong"' much as we talk about gob-
lins in ou- country.
Through it all America wrings its hands in despair,
at the eccentricities of the Oriental thinking and is trying
its besf to get to the conference table regardless of its
We say "almost" because the U. S. delegation has been
toylag around 'i.ith the North Vietnamese in Paris for
quite a few months now and is apparently beginning to
adopt some of the Oriental way of thinking on how things
are done and the gentle art of "saving face". The Ameri-
cans have come out with the suggestion that two rectangu-
lar tables be placed in the meeting hall, facing each other
with the Americans and Saigon at one table and Hanoi
and the Vietcong at the other. The tables are to be just
alike and the same size.
The ordinary man in the street seems to .care less
what shape the tables are, or who sits where. They are-
concerned only with getting this going so we can see what
the future holds. In order to find out, serious talking
about whether or not we are going to agree to have peace
must come 'about.
We say that in order to get things started and
once started, to be brought to a conclusion without end-
less conversation and delays over protocol, we should let
them all stand up. There is nothing that will bring a
meeting to a successful close sooner than a hurting corn
or bunion. Standing, everyone could shuffle back and
forth on their feet .and stand wherever they wanted ,to...
The speeches would .be shorter the meetings shorter.
But you must agree, standing up would solve this seating ,
hassle right now. Or, it might start a new one, since the
Vietnamese are shorter than the Americans and, there,
again, we might get right back into that question of "face"
with the Vietcong and Hanoi delegates demanding an
apple box to stand on. .
Give A "Merry Christmas"
Every Christmas 6one of the more humorous colum-
ists will compile a list of ridiculous gifts that can be given
to the man or woman who has everything. Other writers
go to the extreme 'of finding unusual and expensive gifts
that one can give if he has the money and, in many in-
,stances, a warped sense of humor.
These odd-ball gifts include tiger cubs, elephants, gir-
affes, fur-lined automobiles, 'ear rings with live goldfish
swimming in. globes, e~tc. The isting- of these unusual
gifts probably serve more worth in titillating the funny-
bone of those who will never ,e able to afford them, more
than they will be used to actually furnish gift material for
the man who has everything. They do sound' ridiculous
,nd one usually gets a twitter or two out of reading'ksulah
nonsensical suggestions..: ,.
There's one gift, however, that use to -be 'common,
but is fading from the Christmas season. It was a v,iy
economical gift, too. One could say that it hardly cost a
thing. But it is becoming extinct, it seenis, and by its
rarity, its value enhances.
This rare gift is merely the saying of "Merry Christ-
mas" to everyone we meet during the yule season.
The practice of greeting everyone, friend. and stranger
alike with the words "Merry Christmas" is probably re-
membered now as merely another quaint old custom that
went the way of the next door neighbor and an hour or
two spent on the front porch rocking and chewing the fat.
The gift is still valuable, we find. The other day,
someone wished us a "Merry Christmas", aloud and unso-
licited, and it wasn't a store clerk who 'had just made a
gift sale, either. We have to admit that the idea didn't
originate with us to initiate the heretofore common greet-
ing. We were reduced to echoing the greeting and try-
,ing to put more than a returned courtesy sound in our re-
It's impossible for you, or we, to give everyone we
care for, 'a gift for Christmas. But we can all give that
valuable and still appreciated gift; a hearty "Merry
Christmas" to each and every one. .,4:
The Rise of Communism In U.S.A.
S i bARTHUR McFADDEN
As'of August 1950, 11, unions
'iad been expelled fr6m the 00
because of Communist idomina-
March 11, 1951: Testimony "iv-
'en before the House Committee
on n Un-American Activities by
former Commuiiist Elesio XRo-
niano, Ford Local .600, the larg-
'est local of the UAW, with a
membership of 50-60 thousand
tin 1951) indicated that Local
1600 was controlled by the Com-
mithists. The international rep-
resentative of the 'CIO United,
Auto Workers charged that the
local was controlled by 150-175
Communist Party members "back-
ed by- a "couple thousand so-
called fellow travellers .
Sept., 4, 1952; According to the
Senate Internal Security Sub-
committee- report on :hearings
held in 1951 Pnd 1952, the Dis-
tributive, Processing and Office
Workers of America was under
control of agents of the Krem-
lin. -The, president, secretary-
treasurer and other officers of
the New York District 65 of the
DPOWA were identified as Com-
.munist Party, members.
Dec. 22, 1954: The labor pul-
lication '*March of Labor", ac-
cordinn to a report by the HCUA,
was nothing less than an instru-
ment of the Communist Party,
and 'brought disguised Commu-
nist propaganda into the ranks
of American labor. Walter Bar-
Published Every Thursday at r06 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishlng Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor anid Publiher
Also Linotype Operator. Ad Salesman. Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosTorFick Box 308 PHONE 227-8161
PORT ST. JOE, FLOmDA 8246
Entered as second-elass matter. December 1987. at the Postoffice. Port St,. J.,
S Florida, under Aet of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR. $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE'MOS., $12730
OUT OP COUNTY One Year. $4.00 'OUT OF U. S. One Year, $7.00
TO ADVI RTISERS--In cvhe of "rror or onmmissions In'advertisemnents, the publishers,.
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for each
ry was -named as its associate
editor from 1951 to March 1954,
and 'Leonard DeCaux, the for-
mer-editor of CTO News. as its
managing editor from 195.2 .to
-'0'1953. According to the HCLIA
report, Steuben, owner of' the
publication, Forge Barry and
DeCaux had. been identified as
Communists and approximately
40 other identified members of
the Communist Party had writ-
ten articles appearing in the
'"March of Labor".
Aug. 3, 1955: On the eve of the
merger between 'the AF, of L'
and the CIO,' the Communist
Party started a drive to split the
American labor movement. The
target of the Communists 'was
SGeorge Meany, president pf the
AF of L. Meany was a target of
the Communist' Party because
ie had refused to make a visit
to Russia, while some CIO mnem-
bers indicated a willingness' to
Aug. 10, 1955: The AF of L
Executive Council announced its
rejection of' 'the' Communist
proposals for an exchange, of
visits between delegations from
the United States and Soviet
Union, or other Soviet-bloc un-
'The spoken word is given scant attention: the printed word I t hohtfiu y
weighed. The spoken word barely assert': the printed word tlOrOzghl edn-
minces. The. spoken word is lost; the printed word remal s.
A- __ *lJ p:' '."-f z,= : .- ,",
LADIES :WINTER LEAGUE
On fane's 1 and 2,j Dairy Burger
took aILfour from No. .1 Drive-In.
Evelyn $mith was once again high
for the',winners with a 177 game
and 478 series. Mariaxm Pfeifer
was bigh for No. 1 Drive-In with a
142 game and 382 series.
On 3 and 4 the Stevedores took
all fourf;rom Marvin's. Melba Bar-
bee racked up a 172 game 'and a
fine 491 series for the winners.
Marvin's' little lady, Dot O'Shall,
(had a 146 game and Maydell Pet-
tis rolled a 346 series.
Over on 5 and 6, Pate's racked
up four'.from Hannons. Mrs. Anna
Smith ad a fine 192 game and
Ruby Lqcas rolled a 490 series. for
the winners. Hannon's own -Sue
Witherowv had a big ball rolling.
for a 137 game and 386 series..
Way over on 7 and 8, 13 Mile
took foiir from Tapper's Senators.
Martha' Ward had the biggest ball
of all for a 500 series and 177
game for the winners. For the Sen-
ators, liary Alice Lyons had a 416
series and a 154 game.
Know, Your Team: 13 Mile Oys-
ter Co.,, Billie Padgett, Ola Jean,
Silva, Martha Pearl Ward and
STANDINGS W L
13 Mile' Oyster Co. _- 39 8%
Pate's Service Center 37 11
Dairy' Burger -------- 30 18
Tapper's Senators -- 25% 22%
Hannon's Insurance -_ 19 29
St. Joe ,Stevedores _-- 19 29
Marvin's Standard --. 12 36
No. 1 Drive-In ------ 10 38
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Record Sales of
JACKSONVILLE- Anyone w
sells firearms ammunition on or a
ter December 16 must be license
by the Internal Revenue Servie
under provisions of the Gun Co
trol Act of -1968. Previously, dea
ers in shotgun and .22 caliber ai
munition were not required
Application forms for licenses
sell ammunition ,are available :-
IRS offices. The annual fee is $1
The IrS said anyone with-a val
Federal license to sell firearm
and ammunition may continue
do business under this license u
til it expires. Then it must be r
newed in compliance with the ne
Many businessmen will be r
quired to obtain a Federal licen
to sell ammunition for the fir
time. For example, under the nie
gun law, businesses such as foc
and general merchandise store
gas stations and hardware stor
who stock ammunition as a co
venience to sportsmen and hminte
must now be licensed.
..,IRS said ammunition deale
may not make sales on or aft
December 16 without a valid
cense. However, dealers may cp
tinue to sell provided .an applic
tion has' been' :made for such a
Besides the license requirement
the new gun la also establish
controls on the 'sales of firearm
and ammunition. No one under ti
age 'of 18 may be sold firearms
ammunition of any type and
person his to be 21 to buy pisto
revolvers or ammunition for their
Records of firearm and ammi
nation sales mnust be kept by bu
nessmen to assure that the ne
controls are followed. Details o
the new law and its requirement
are available at local offices of th
IRS Alcohol and Tobacco Tax I
"Midget Investments With
IF YOU DON'T SEE IT ASK FOR IT!
Specials for December 20 through December 24
OPEN SUNDAY -10:00'A.M. to 7:00 P:M.
U. S. No. 1 WHITE DELICIOUS
POTATOES --- 10 lbs. 49c APPlES ---- 3 lb. bag 49c
SWEET, FRESH FLORIDA
POTATOES --- Ib. 10 c ORANGES 10 b. bag 99c
.' 'i *' ". -*' ^ b
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
.2 DO- 99c
Fresh Frozen Lg. Fat Fre
Tt .'"R'"LB. F"" LB.
LARGE -- WHOLE OB J
TENDERIZED HAMS. b. 55c
6 to 8 LB. AVG. ',- SUGAR CURED-10 to 12 LBS.
FRESH HAMS --- Ib. 59c HAMS -b--- 59c
Georgia Grade 'A' A BONELESS
F R YE 'RS lb. 29c CHUCK ROAST lb. 69c
H A MS lb. 39c T-BONE STEAK lb. 99C
FRESH BOSTON BUTT
PORK ROAST lb. 49c
'PORK CHOPS lb. 49c
PORK CHOPS lb. 69c
SIRLOIN ROAST l' b. 79c
BEST BY TASTE TEST
SrRLOIN STEAK lb. 1
TENDER-CUT ANY SIZE
'RIB STEAK lb. 7
YOUNG TENDER-10 to 12 LBS.
TURKEY HENS lb. 3
WE WISH YOU A ALL .
A MERRY and SAFE CHRISTMAS!
We Will Be Open Christmas Day Morning from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon
ROBERSON'S GROCERY '
(Formerly P. T. McCormick's)
" The Hong Kong flu is with us.
al- They tell us out at the Municipal Hospital that it looks like the
S hospital will be full of. patients for Christmas principally with
to tie Hong Kong flu and several "blessed events" scheduled for that
to But this flu bit has the whole nation on edge, We see where
at over 700 have died of the flu or side-effects of the disease. Even
0. such a famous personage as Tallula Biankhead died last week as
the result of pneumonia and the Hong Kong flu;
id While the Hong Kong flu is a serious thing, one. can't fail to
ns find a little humor there, too. It causes us to wonder what else
to these Orientals can find to make out of beer cans for export to
-. the U.S.A.
re- \ *
aw The favorite game of the past few weeks has been the game
of second-guessing President-elect Richard M.' Nixon as to who.
re. he would appoint to his new cabinet. The game was, started when
se Nixon broke precedent and began to name his new cabinet before
.st his inauguration. The usual way is to accept polite resignations
W and fill the'"new posts" with new appointees.
od If Nixon will-maintain his take-charge attitude and continue
ts, to appoint good men to important posts, there may be some hope
es on the, horizon.
.n- Nixon was responsible-for the entertainment of a lot of peo-
rs pie with this new guessing game he was responsible for. Now,
if during the next four years he could balance the budget, pay off
just one, of the billions we owe and'still manage a small growth
rs factor in our nation, he would be responsible for a second game-
er that of searching for the genie bottle he disappears in at night.
)n- Some of our people were a big miffed at the lack of represen-
sa- station of the Sharks football squad-one of the most successful
li" in Northwest Florida-on the Tallahassee Democrat's Big Bend
football team selection. We get quite a few of the area newspa-
nt, pers printed hear-abouts, and some of them are wondering the
es same thing about their own teams.
S In all' fairness to the Democrat, we must point out that the
he Big Bend, team is also made up of players from Florida High, Leon
or and Rickards and. several other big schools in the area. Too, the
a Big Bend selections come from over 10' schools, which, in itself,
Is, would make selection of more than one or two players from one
m. team something of a rarity.
Rather than lack of Sharks on the Big Bend team being an
Lu- insult or oversight, we see it as a supreme compliment to our team.
si- Essentially, we had the same team this year that we had last
ew year, with a reverse record in the won-loss statistics. This practice of
on pointing a finger 'at two or three boys and saying "you're great"
its didn't do the job for Port St. Joe's team. There were no individual
he standouts. The Sharks won because they were a team, not because
Di- nine or ten boys stood on the field and let two or three do all the
work, get all the attention and reap all the glory. It takes more
character to'be a.member of a team than it does to be a prima
donna. And this is not written to take anything away from those
selected. They deserved the selection. But we are saying that the
rest of the team deserved such recognition, also, and of course, this '*
just wasn't possible.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1968 PAIGE THREEb
GARDENING IN FLORIDA
Add To The Holiday Cheer
Put Color In Fire Place Flame
by CHUCK WOODS ; in your Christmas decoration' bright red flames; and potassium
University of Florida Dr. J. B. Huffman, associate pro- chloride makes purple flames.
GAINESVILLE-If you have a fessor of forestry witb the Uni' Dr. Huffman warns that these
fireplace you know 7the special versity of Florida Institute of Food exact chemicals must be used.
warmth it adds to the room on a and Agricultural Sciences, says Substitutes can be extremely dan-
chilly evening-not just warmth many people like to produce flames gerous and homeowners should be
from the flames, but the feeling of different colors'during the holi- especially careful not to use any
of family togetherness. This is es- days. This can be done safely if elorsates, nitrates or potassium
pecially true at Christmas time. you follow directions carefully..- permanganate.
The fire you keep in the den or Pine cones., small, blocks of wood ,.None of the chemicals should
living room can also play a part or wood chips can be used, but pine be eom bined with others.
cones are especially nice at Christ-
mas. These can be dipped in var- Chemicals can be obtained from
ionis chemicals, allowed io dry and
then burned in the fireplace toiROBERT FALISKI GETS
produce colorful flames. PROMOTION AT ACADEMY
.l For green flames, treat cones Word has been received by Mr
with copper sulfate; fororange, and Mrs. Robert Faliski, 610 Gar
use calcium chloride; blue flames riion Avenue, that their son, Tech-
can be produced with copper chlor- nical Sgt. Robert Faliski has been
<. ide; .lithium chloride produces promoted to First Sgt.. Headquar..
ters Squadron, at the Florida Air
CARD OF THANKS
So, stop first at the brake service
shop that displays the NAPA
Sign of Good Service and De-
pendable Parts. Yout can be-sure
and not sorry with Brake Parts
that bear.. the NAPA Seal be-
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guaranteed' d.
pendability available only
through the service-repair ghoe
that show theNAPA Sign.
and save a
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relieves labored breathing in
seconds or rMoney back. In-
halation loads for hours.
Don't let ASTHMA
cause Ioss of sleep
NEBULIZER and SOLUTION
Port St. Joe, Fla.
/ The family'of the late Mrs. Eva
Whigham wish to thank all our
kind friends and neighbors for
their acts of kindness shown in
our hour of bereavement. Thank
you very much. May God richly
CHARLIE MAE KING
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
drug stores and several of them gallon of water. There is no need old clothing. Be careful not to spill and spread out on a newspaper to
are standard fertilizers that can to clean the bucket well.when you the chemicals. dry. Dip cones in only one chem-
be found at the seed and feed or are finished with one chemical- Place the cones to be dipped in ical.
hardware store. just rinse it out. a mesh bag weighted with a stone As a last word of caution, Huff-
Use a discarded five-gallon con- Since chemicals can damage and submerge the bag in the so- man says to make sure chemically
trainer such as a paint bucket. Mix clothing or be harmful to the lution. Cones should soak for a day treated cones are only used in a
one pound of chemical with one hands, use rubber gloves and wear or two before they are removed well-ventilated fireplace.
ppy CHRSTMAS Shoppng
Starts At Florida First National
S. for those smait people who opened
a Christmas Club Account with us
last year. They can buy what they
want and there are no bills to
worry about in January. Make
next Christmas shopping a
breeze for you, open a
Christmas Club Account. today!
Federal Deposit Ins. Corp.
Fla. National Group of Banks
at PORT ST. JOE
iNrWRICH and SONS' IGA
A HOLIDAY VALUES SALE TO HELP YOU
PRICES GOOD THROUGH TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24
WHY .PAY MORE? GOOD FRESH
GARDEN FRESH LARGE BAG
6 ears 49c
ROOTS--- 4 Ibs.
CEL E R Y
TURNIPS, COLLARDS, MUSTARD
Jumbo Bchs. Fresh Greens
AT RICH'S IGA WE SELL. ONLY GRADE "A" FRYERS, HENS and TURKEYS -
TABLERITE STANDING TABLERITE CENTER CUT ABLERITE SLICED
RIB ROAST lb. 98c HAM ROAST lb. 98c BACON -- Ib.
STABLERE FRESH GROUND
BEEF .3 lbs. $1.19
"Our Own Tablerite Pure Pork'
SAUSAGE ..21 Ibs.
TABLERITE SMOKED HALF or WHOLE
USDA FROZEN GRADE
69c Roasting Hens
TtI/1T T7T^* --i' *
IGA BROWN & SERVE RREG, 58c
ROLLS 2 -'o 49c
- CHOCOLATE COVERED
RRIES -S... box 39c
ENGLISH WALNUTS- I b.
BRANCH'S CHOCOLATE COVERED
PEANUTS N. lib. bag
LALF BUSHEL BAG
FRESH ORANGES -
QUARTER BUSHEL BAG
JUICY ORANGES bag $1.19
QUARTER BUSHEL BAG
A N GELOS----bag
JUMB6 GRAPEFRUIT_-'- 2 for 29c..
NAVEL ORANGES----- 2 for 29c
DOUBLE RED TRAY PAK
EATING APPLES --- 11
SINGLE BANANAS--- Ilb. 10c
Cran herry SAU
7 C $1.00
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PONDS (Regular $1.00 Value)
DUSTING POWDER --
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SKIN RACER -- btl.
Morton Pumpkin, Mince, Apple, Peach, Coconut
PIE CRUST SHELLS ... 3 for $1.00
COOL WHIP --------_ quart 49c
INSTANT COFFEE -------6 oz. 69c
ICE CREAM-- -l/ gal. 59c
BISCUITS---- 6 pak 49c
CREAM CHEESE 8 oz. 29c
VARIETY CHI-RRiuS PINEAPPLE
Fruit Cake Display 89c
[GA NO. 3 CANS
25' roll 49c
3 cans 69t
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- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
GIVE FRUIT for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS!
MIXED FRUIT----. box $2.98
SAVE MORE WITH A $10.00 ORDER or MORE
NUGGETT With $10.00 Order or More ...
COOKING OIL---No. 10 jug 89c
GA. GRADE "A" With $10.00 Order or More
SDoz. LARGE EGGS- FREE!
PUR ECANE With $10.00 Order or More
SU GAR ----5 lb. bag 39c
With $10.00 Order or More
Robin 'Hood FLOUR -- 5 Ibs. 49c
MAXWELL HOUSE With$10.00 Order or More.,
INSTANT COFFEE i'6 oz. 89c
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I ,~ II
THE STAR, Port St. J oe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1968"
SAVEe CASH AT RICWS -NOT STAMFS,
Kay Says "Holy Christmas"
Giving Way to 'Merry Yule'
by RUSSEL KAY
There was a time when the
world celebrated a Holy ChriSt-
mas and gave its thoughts to;
;bowing heads in grateful thanks
for the gift of a Savior.
Then came the Merry Christ-
Smas which was m6re concerned
'with an. abundance of food and
drink aud perhaps a toy or two
for the 'children.
Now we have the Commercial
Christmas concerned primarily
with profit from the sale of ev-
erything from cards to Cadillacs.
Chamber of commerce officials.
and merchant associations gloat
over mounting sales records.
Newspapers, magazines and ra-
dio aid television smack; their
lips oter the increased sale of
space and time.,
We used to feed the Christians
to the, lions, now we feed them
to the' raveonous commercial
wolves that are parked on every
doorstep, sniffing and drooling.
Santa Claus has replaced the
Savior and the Christmas tree
has replaced the Cross, Few stop'
to consider what Christmas real-
ly means. While our churches
still 'hold service on Christmas,
day, most of-their parishioners-
are too occupied with egg-nog
and cocktail parties to attend.
The fast buck seekers have a
field day. Groups go if m house
to house singing Christmas car-
ols; and collecting. Novelty stores
do a land office business selling
cards and religious mementos.
Just about every so-called char-
ity organization puts the pres-
sure on prospects feeling that
hearts at this season will be mel-
16w and victims will fall for any,
The battle cry is "Give, Give,
.Give". Never mind who you
'think you are giving to, JUST'
GIVE, money preferred but any-
t FIRST METHODIST CHURCH,
Intersection .Mnument and Constitution
REV.'0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School :9 :45 A-M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00 A.XM
Methodist Yoith Fellowship 6:00 P- ..
mEvpning Wobship -.-s---. 7:30 P.M.
! Bible Study (WednesdayV :) 7-O0 -,M
S "Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
IFlorida Greeting Service,
Inc.. I .
A cordial welcome awaits you from '
the local merchants and civic
.o : organizationss of Port St. Joe.
Brought to you by or local hostess
If you are a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES
1002 Garrison Avenue Phone
the- nozzle, the 'more'
SLiKe a hose, the smaller
can block the washing
action; every item in
both .acks is totally
washed and rinsed.-
With two full-size revol-
ving spray arms'nothing
powerful the water jets
to "peel" off tough,
cooked-on foods other
systems miss. '
ROM : '.'
:1. ) ~
The Thrift Shop will be open
on Friday, December 20 from 3 to
5p.m. Workers will be Mrs. T. F.
Preston and Mrs. Ed Ramsey.
For' pick up on ahy donations,
please call Mrs. Charles Stevens,
Jr., 227-4936; Mrs. Charles Brock,
229-2142 or Mrs. Ralph Carlisle,
The Thrift Shop will" also be
open on Saturday, December 21
,from 1 to 3 p.m.
The. fine mesh of the
self-cleaning filter con-
tinuoisly collects food
particles to prevent clog-
ging the tiny jet nozzles
.in: th spray arms.
- Full-time, stlf -claning fil-
ter eliminates redeposition of1
food particles,* No more need;
, to pre-rinse with ,high-pres-
sure spray ,arms and filter
action' SmooLh :pprcelain-
enamel interior, Dual dis-
Spensers add. detergent at the
proper time 800-watt heat-
ing element for fast drying.
Add this quiet ,
Eliminates g a r-
for good. Even
pulverizes bones "7
and fruit pits.
Quiet and so
easy to install.
food waste disposer
St. Joe Hardware Co.
203 REID AVENUE
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1968 PAGE FIV
Social Security Benefits For Eighteen
Year Old Dependants Explained
There is some misunderstand- this "child's benefit" for life-it $486,000,000 annually is being
ing regarding social security bene- continues as long as the inability paid to students-more than all
fits payable to children over age to work continues, the college scholarships in the en-
18, according to 'Ted A. Gamble, Gamble went, on to say that stu- tire nation. These payments allow
District Manager of: the Panama dent's benefits are paid, to full- the student who has lost a parent,
City Social Security office. time students between the ages of or whose parent is disabled or re-
Gamble explained that children 18 and 22. The training can be high tired, to get the schooling he needs
on the social security rolls must be school, college, or vocational, to compete in our complex society.
dropped when, they reach 18 un- These benefits allow the "child" .For more information on student
less they are severely disabled or a to continue (or start) receiving a benefits or benefits to disabled
full-time student in an accredited regular social security check. To children, contact your social secur-
school. be eligible he must be unmarried ity office at 1135 Harrison Avenue,
If the child qualifies on the ba- and attending an accredited school Panama City, Florida 32401. The
sis of disability, the, benefits will on a regular basis. His checks also telephone number is 763-5331. The
continue' at the same rate until continue during the 'summer vaca- t 73 31
conthere is medical recovery. any tion months. office is open Monday through Fri-
who had birth injuries, -polio vic-i Student benefits -were first ad- day from 8:0 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., I
tims, retarded' children, etc., drew ded to the law in 1965 and already except, on national holidays.' I
See GARLAND DUNLAP at
Cowart Motor Co.
S301 Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
-ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY OUTSTANDING VALUES
- ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY OUTSTANDING VALUES -
cl I ,.. i ~r I -
ip" n-I -2 -1
thing of value is acceptable. Ap-
peals are made in the name of
everything from the starving Bi-
afrans to the ,destitute Esquimox
and brother if you don't come
across you, are a low-down so
' Christmnas cards carry- a .new-
message, "Merry. Christmas and
Happy Hangover." "Love. '-One.
Another but Don't Let Your
Wife Find Out'" And Christ died
on the cross for 'this?
While we claim to seek peace
and brotherly love we provide
our children with every type of
weapons the human brain can
conceive. God bless the little dar-
lings, they gotta have frn have-
On Christmas day the same
youngsters will sit in front of
the television set and watch
more violence than they coulA
think' up at Berkeley., If. they
should happen "to pick utp a
newspaper they would find their
elders were afraid to walk the
streets, that shoplifters were run-,
ning rampant,, murderers and
rapists, were .being released by
the score 'and crime in general
is at an all time high. We greet
each other with the old cliche,
"lMerry Christmas." '
SHow much longer can God Al-
mighty take it? Could we ask
for anything less ...thah utter
For Auxiliary Shop
Friday Workers Named
PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1968
High School Announces 3rd
Per iod HonorRoll Students
eon o ut
-Walter, Wilder, principal .of
Port St. Joe High School releas-
ed the names ofthe following
students, this Week, as having
Mr. and Mrs. Claud J. Hicks of
Vernon announnq the engage-
ment and approaching marriage
of their daughter, Carol, to Tho-
mas Wayne Perry, son of Mr. ,
and MIrs. Hampton 0. Perry of;
Cedar Springs, Georgia. ,
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Vernon High School. She is
currently employed with the St.
Joseph Telephon and Telegraph
The bridegroom-elect is a grad-
up .qf S5akolH g'g phaQl. #e
is &nplofgd W Williams,
Oeittrnction Complh .J ,So-'
The wedding ,will take ,place.
Saturday, Januaryi-25, at the As-
sembly of God Church in Vernon
at 2:00 p:m., CST.
'No' invitations are being sent,
but all 'friends'and relatives of
the couple are invited to attend.
made the necessary; grades to be.
included on the honor roll for-
the third six week periOt of the
current school yew.
"-, ALL 'k's"
9th Grade-George MIeLawhon
and Kitty Core. :
11th Grade-Sue Kennedy.
12th Grade-Cookie Fendley.
"A" and "B"
Special 'Education-Calvin Ca-.
;.7th Grade--Raymond Hart,
Nancy Nobles, BonneI Treace,
Cynthia Ann Chatham, Barbara,
Merritt, Lester Reeves, Melanie
Witherow, Gayla Davis, Belinda
Neel, Dale Taylor, Maurell Cum-
bie and Catherine ;Carlsten.,
8th Grade --- Janet, Antley,
Christy Jamison, Michael Lea-
vell, Ray Little, Gary Pate, Jer-
ri Rich, James Page, Shawn,
Wuthrich, Alicia Wirt, Ruth
Fleming, Judy Dever and Robert
9th Grade-Judy Hendrix, ITo-
* gene Robinson, Jamies Little,
Alan Hammock, Victoria Bass,
- Geary Reeves, Rosemary Faliski,
DeWana ,Gulllbt,' James.- Griffin,-
D.esda Harper, -Julia Holland, ,
Debra Manness, Sheri Lund, and
10th. Grade --Carol Parker,
Marsha Player, 'Holly Hendrix,
Mike Wimberly, Debra Mallet,
Eddie Holland and Johnny Good-
llth Grade Joyce Bishop,
Molly Causey, Jo Beth Hammock,
Kathy Sutton, Candy White,
Janice Coatney, Sharon Hall-
mon, Jennifer Hildbold and Pame
12th Grade--Jeannine Britt,,
Miss Sherry E. White Elected Sweetheart
Of Alpha Kappa Psi Sorority At FSU
Miss Sherry E. White, a 1966 and spirit for the fraternity.
graduate of Port St. Joe High The honored title was bestowed
School,; has been selectped,.Sweet- upon Sherry at the fraternity's
heart of the Beta Psi Chapter of, quarterly awar-ds and recognition
the Alpha Kappa Psi. professional, banquet on November 24. Sherry's
business fraternity of.Florida State escort for the banquet was John
University. for the year of 1969. Baumann of Miami. As Sweetheart,
Apha Kapa siis'one of the herry will represent the frater-
AlphraKtappasPs l s eoe ote ity at their receptions and other
largest professional business fra-official functions.
ternities in the United States. Sherry, the daughter of Mrs. D
Sherry, the daughter of Mrs. D.
Each year the members of the fra- E. White of Prt St. Joei a jun
ternit select a Sweetheart, on the 8ior majoring in speech- -iholT6y
basis o -personalitp, appearance jat Florida State University.
Skipper Flint, Karen King, Peg-
gy Henderson,, Pam Holland,
Deda Gilbert,r Jan Fleming, Ka-
rol Altstaetter and Peggy Jones.
Mount Carmnel Youth
Plan Xmus Program
The youth of Mount Carmel Bap-
tist Church oi 'Avenue J), will have
their Christmads program on Christ-
mas Eve night at 7:00 p.m.'
SThere will be speeches, a play
entitled, "Strangers At the Gate",
and a party in the dining room
Everyone invited -to attend.
As ancient as the Pyramids,
but millions of Americans
are still involved with it:
Hundreds of thousands once had
active TB and might relapse.
Moreover about 25 million
America ,'have TB germs in
their b 9 (tuberculin posi.- '
tive), *Eh not sick.
To fight Tuberculosis and other
Respiratory Diseases-a natter"
of life and breath-maiftoil
Christmas Seal contribution..
Chanel 'No. 5 .
CAMPBELL S G.ift Wrap Supplies
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Now In Vietnam
U. S. ARMY, VIETNAM (AH-
'TNC) Army Specialist Four
Benjamin F.'Armstrong, 23, son
,of Mr. and Mrs. Walter.E. Arm-
:stiong, 115 Sixth Street, High-
land View, was assigned as a mil-,
itary policeman with Headquar-.
ters Company, 11th Infantry Bri-
gade, Amnrical Division in Viet;
nam, -November 19.
Spec. Armstrong, whose wife,
Helen, lives at 108 Seventh
Street, Highland View, received,
basic 'training at Ft. Benning,
Ga., ad was last stationed at Ft.
Sam Houston, Texas.
He is a 1965 graduate'of Port
St. Joe High School, Port St.
Joe, and was employed by St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florda THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1968 PAGE SEVEN
by SUSIE BINION
Te Sharks won two games of 27th. "' "
r last three they have play- .' .
e. They defeated ilo Wstwn i,. The Ke ette-Key dClub Crist-
tiday night and were.beaten by i mas Ball, wil4'~e tifds Saturday
filtheiLord Saturday night. The night in the Centennial Building.
Sharks defeated Leon Tuesday The dance will last from 9:00 to
night. Friday night. the Slarks 1:00 and all the 10-12 graders,
will travel to Quincy to play the along with their dates, -.re in.
Quincy Tigers. There will. also vited.. Also this a tall the
.a Christmas Tournament held alumni of. Port St. :Joe High
Blountstown December 26, School are invited. / F
#7 and 28. The sharks' first. '
game will beh, e"night of the -The"annuai'. white Christmas
Rotary Club Ball Committee Makes
Donation to Gulf Guidance Committee
Cecil Curry, chairman of the Ro- $500.00 to the Gulf County Guid-
tary Club Charity Ball project an-' ance Committee. The committee
nounced to the Club at its meet- operates a mental health clinic in
ing last Thursday, that the Ball Port St. Joe, using psychologists
committee had voted to donate from the Bay Coubty Guidance
program will be held Friday af- The Club had a surplus of, funds
ternoon at 1:00.inther.gym..The in its dental health program, all
program will be given by-the derived from the annual Charity
Senior Honor Society, the Tonch Ball -and decided to put part of
-and Saber Club and.the speech the funds to work in the Guidance
." President Max W. Kilbourn also
Friday is the last day of school announced that the club had re-
for students before the Ch4st- ceived a letter of appreciation from
the Willis -V. Rowan, Post .116,
mas holidays. American Legion -lon. the ch4b's
,* financia' participatlop in the
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A Boy's State program.
VERY HAPPY "NEW YEAR. Guest. speaker at the meeting.
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conditioner dispenser th
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Roche's Furniture and Appliance Store
Thursday was Charles Webb, In- for training labor.
dustrial Representative of the 'Guests of the club were Dr. Rick
Florida Development Commission. Morley of Panama City, Gene Aus-
Webb's division in the Industrial tin of Apalachicola and student
-Commission is to contact and try guest David Maddox.
and interest new industry to Flor- --
Webb said that one of the most MrS. Farris HOteSS
pertinent question any community To Anne Stone Circle
interested in new industry should
ask itself is, "What are the advan-
tages here for industry?" The Mrs. Wes Farris was hostess to
speaker pointed out that industry the Anne 'V. Stone Circle, of. the
locates in an area primarily to bet- Methodist WSCS on Decembir 16.
ter itself-not the community. Mrs. H. W. Griffin gave the devo-
tional aind an interesting program
Some of the questions that must was presented by Mrs. Bernard
be answered satisfactorily before Pridgeon on "There was no Room
industry moves in are: how close at the rin". Prior to the meeting,
is the area to potential customers, Mrs. Fanrris served refreshments
how close to raw materials, trans- to the members a d three visitors.
portation, highways, etc. A most
important factor-is the availabili- | i T ,
ty of skilled labor and facilities J. "Smith Teills Ki
SImpression of Disnel
VFW Post Schedules
Week of Activities
The Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Post 10069 will have a turkey shoot
Saturday, December 21 from noon
til dark. The shoot will be held
on Highway 98 just around the
curve from the Dixie Belle Motel.
Monday, December 23, VFW
members will sponsor a dinner for
local "Vietnam vets 'at Butler's
Lounge on old Hiway 98 at 8:00
A New Year's Eve dance, spon-
sored by the .VFW:will be el4
Tuesday, December 31 at, the Cen-
tennial Building. See any VFW.
member r f tickets or for reser-
vations call 229-6226.
wanians of His
land Lincoln Display
Johh Robert Smith told the Ki- 'play dedicated to former president
wanis 'Club Tuesday that on a re- Abraham Lincoln at the California
cent visit to Disneyland that' he 'amusement center, and urged any-
was most impressed with 'a 'di!- one who gets the chance to visit
SSmith said that material on dis-
City Gets- More play ,-at Disneyland fortified his
belief that Lincol was one of our
x Smoke Tax M lney greatest men and felt that Lin-
coln was truly led'by God to be
S'A. R. Brautigam,, director of America's president during its
the State Beverage Department, most trying times.
reports that net cigarette' tax Smith read a speech given by
collections for-the month of Oc, Lincoln which offered the opin-
tober 19698'amou`ited: to $8,990,- ion, even back' then, that no ser-
237.12.' Of this antount.' $3,731,. ious threat would ever be offered
806.56 will go to the 'state gen- to the United States except from
eral revenue fund, $440.631.87 within. Lincoln had 'the opinion
will be distributed to the coun- that no foreign nation would ever
ties and the remaining $4,817,- conquer the U. S. with force.
798.69.will be distTtbuted to qual- Ggsts of the club were Byrd
ified municipalities. Bossie and Harland HIudson of
The City of Port St. Joe will Jacksonville and student guests
receive $5,210.76 during Decem- Chuck Roberts, Eddie Holland, An-
ber. The City has received $27,.- ge Butts and Vickie Fowlir.
753.94 thus far this fiscal' year.' ______ 4r
During DecemBmrI,i7fft, the City ,
.. ive- o8.. J.V. Hare, Ovetstrpet
- CountyGets Passed Away Monday
County Gets largest '
; k T John V. Hare, age 71, of Qver-
I CO c Tfradi Cec street, died.Monday morning in a
Panama City hospital.
SComiroller Fred 0. Dickinson, Funeral services were held
Jr., reported this week that rpe- Tuesday in Andalusia. Ala., from
ing taxes collected1 for distribu- the Adellum Church. Burial was
tlon ffuring November netted each in- the family, plot in Adellum
of Florida's 67 counties $69,000. Church Cemietery.
"This $69,000 is the highest Mr. Hare had been a resident
amount ever distributed to the 'of O0erstreet since 1960. He was
counties in the first month of the a veteran of World War I and
racing season since the program. a member of the Panama City
became' effective in 1931," the, American Legion Post. He had
Comptroller pointed out. assisted his daughter, Mrs. Lois
'Noting that the distribution fig- Raisback in the operation of
ure is $14,000 per county more "Lois's .Brown Hut" at Mexico
than, the distribution during No- Beach.
vember of last year, Dickinson said Survivors include his widow,
it represented an increase of Mrs. Grace-Hare of Overstreet;
2515%. one son, John V. Hare, Jr., of Co-
The Race tax collections are dis- lumbus, Ga.; one daughter, Mrs.
tribute by the Comptroller on a Lois Raisback of Mexico Beach;
monthly basis ,from November six grandchildren and eight
through June, the approximate great grandchildren.
racing season in Florida. Counties Comforter Funeral Home' of
usually utilize the funds for the Port St. Joe was in charge of ar-
school system. angements.
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NOTES FROM THE
books and some old favorites you'll
find at the Port St..Joe Public-Li-
"Mysteries of the Skies: UFOs in
Perspective" by Gordon L R. Lore,
Jr., and Harold H. Deneault, Jr., is
one of the first documented ac-
counts of UFOs, tracing their long
aid fascinating history from the
To help you relax a bit during earliest sightings in 1745 to the
this busy rushing' time of year, present. This book brings into fo-
your public library suggests you cus evidence and arguments for
find a cozy spot near the fireplace and against the existence of UFOs.
and settle down with a good book. "Around the House Like Magic",
The following are but a few new by Jean E. Laird is a book of
L i. S t R
.ivin Room Se- Re
Living Room Suite Re
2 pc. Living Room Suite
". . ,
ConWists of extra -long- sofa and "matching chlir.
BeauitifulJ royal ,.ue.,fabric uphblstery. -; ,.
Made by "Mhtlishfi'Hoise". -
2 pc. Living Room Suite
for a Precious Christmas
COMFORTABLE. SOF ABED
LARGE, ROOMY ROCKER
Both upholstered in tough naugahyde rvith
double spring construction. Heavy oak frames.
Red or brown.
All General Electric and Sunbeam
R .RNGS G -As Low AsP *
t PRE-ENGAGEMENT $1895
I RINGS_--As Low As$10.
THE ONE PIN THAT MEANS THE
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This set is equipped with a
Coaxial Antenna Terminal
* Automatic Fine Tuning
* Automatic Color Purifier
S Automatic Flesh Tone.
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.ard Manley Hopkins, Rupert
inters on decorating, cleaning, Brooke, Herman Melville, W. Som-
aring, cooking, -gardening, sew- erset Maugham and Alfred Lord
g, entertaining and just about- Tennyson. a literary chronicle
erytnd that h goes on m and arranged in- chronological order
und the house The ideas are with sequence and continuity.
dless and all seem so sound, sen-
ble and simple that readers will FiCTION s -lt
rnder why they didn't occur to "The Pubic Image" by-Muriel
em in the first place. Spark is the.-tory of a film star-
"Hawaii" ,edited by W. Storrs -an Engoflish erl-who makes tbe GULF COUNTY LA
e is a collection of fifty-four lie image. Her husband becomes t Wul d Ca ntay -1
ems, eyewitness accounts and i heir game of idyllic marriage. In Whitco took threm
tion by such diversified men as his rage and anguish he exercises from -WJOE's- Radio
ark Twain, Henry Adams, Char- a final trunip card, forcing Anna-. game for Whico
s Nordhoff, Padraic Colum, Ger- bel to revert to the decent pride Brown with a 210
S" rsa brown wi a
--of her privatee image. A. savage -., _
portrayal of today's celebrity cul- series wi th.a 502.
ture.. mond had -high gan
"The Talisman Ring" by Geor- with 'a 143 and Pats
"The Talisman Ring by eor- high series wiih a
gette Heyer is a mystery, murder sie,. wli
and near murder, swordplay, rob-. Wtl ield, bowling f
bery. liquor:smuggling and a lost perty p icked up a
ring:nexmricably mixed with the St. Joe Furniture
tEAR 'LONG love affairs of a pretty French games from Carpett
....... ...- girl and her EEnglish cousins.s took. hgh ga
S "The Magnificent Failure" by and also high seriess
sA. Lutz is a gripping toi Greta Freeman took
ductions ps aople h r with a3
n cal novel about a proud' people, the Carpettes.with a
du ct io I the Metis French-Indians of'Can- hgh seres wlth a31
ada, in revolt. Amison's lost all
I In your y public library you will hlams Ally Kats. Ele
1 t. find books* and information on bowling for the Ka
Nearly every subject. However, gam a 102 an
shouldd your library or bookmobile it. ..
not have the books or material Amison's took high
.. andi aso seris wit 4f
45 you request it can be obtained for and also series with
And, finally. .-the
^^ S ."1 ,[ you through the Nortbhwest Re-I. ..... .
a ,t ook three'out of fou:
gional Library System of which. Kt as Miriam t fei
Port St. Joe Public Library is A KraftasMii' 207aPfei
member. game with a 207 ga
.series with a 475. 1
S, bowling for St. Joe
CLASSIFIED ADS! high game with a 1
S also high series with
Midget Investments That Yield The league meets
Giaht Retturns! day night at the St.
Lanes at 7:30 p.m.-,
together lightly. Beat eggs and su-
gar together until light and fluffy.
:11 Stir beaten eggs thoroughly into
the butter-flour mixture. Pour bat-
ter over fruit and nuts. Mix toge-
It y their with the hands. Do this quick-,;
Fill 2/3 full, three 9x5x3 inch
loaf pans which have been lightly
)IES LEAGUE greased and floured. Pat batter.
Ladies League K ITC H E N down firmly. Cover each pan with4
night at the. a sheet of aluminum foil. Seal
es C A T TE tightly. Bake cake in a preheated
e out of four H300 degree oven for two hours. Re-
Actives. High move the foil covers and bake 40
Act to Marives.High by FLORIDA POWER CORP. minutes longer, or until tops are
and also high This recipe is the second one for browned. When. cakes are com-
Beverly Ham- the fruit cake series. For the fa- Pletely cooled, turn them out onto
ie for WJOE ily who enjoys .dark fruit cake, a cooling rack. Wrap each cake
iy Cooley had this recipe will rank first in flavor in a cognac-soaked cloth, then in
376. Shirley and may be kept in an airtight aluminum foil. Store in an airtight
or Whitco, ex- container for several weeks. box at least two weeks before ser-'
3-7-10 split. DARK ENGLISH FRUIT CAKE ving. Apple cider may be substi-
took all four 24 cups mixed diced fruit tuted for the cognac-.This cake
es as Brenda %, cup yellow candied pineapple will keep indefinitely indn airtight
ne with a 157 % cup reqd candied pineapple container. -
s with a 410. 1 cup light raisins
high game for 1 cup dark raisins
140 and also .'1 cups currants Want clean heat?
'9. 1 cup thick orange preserves
four to 'Wil- 1 teaspoon vanilla
minor Williams, % ,cup cognac (apple cider may
ts had high be substituted) There's a
d high series. J1 cup filberts, coarsely chopped STANDARD*
h, playing for- 1 cup pecans, coarsely chopped answer
,ame with 186 6 eggs
498. 1 cup dark brown sugar
A.N. Hoboes 1 cup butter
r from St. Joe 2 cups flour Chevron Heating Fuels burn
fer took high 'A teaspoon nutmeg clean and pack a lot of heat
lme and high % teaspoon cloves into a few pennies.
Evelyn Smith, 1 teaspoon cinnamon aTf nDRl
a Kraft, took, Combine all of the candied L.A I .STA
76 series' and fruits, dried fruits, preserves, va- Call your Standard Oil
a 446. i nilla' and cognac in a large bowl. Man in Port St. Joe
each, Wednes-, Soak overnight. Next' day, add nuts J. LAMAR (Pete) MILLER
3oe .Bowling to fruit mixture. ,227-8081
.Cream butter, flour and spies tanard Oi
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19,, 1968 PAGE NI1N
ship was being accomplished by o the Federal examiner at the rangements for this insurance, rate of interest on the bond con- at' Highland View Elementary
thme contractor. Gul.fCounty Hearing with Depart- T"
Minutes of The ; th Srinndent read a letter ment of Health Education and: The Superintendent read a let- struction funds on deposit with School. The Board decided to have
from Dewey Dobbs, Chief of the Welfare in 'Washington, D. C. on ter from Randolph Hardee, Presi- said banks. the suite constructed by the school
S... .T I J.j. --educational branch, office of Civil November 15, 1967. dent of Florida Utilities Service The Board authorized the Super- maintenance crew and other con.-
BOARD of PUBLI INSTRUCTION Rights, Department of Health, Edu- he Superintendent read a boil- Company, relative to the delay in intendent to enter into an agree- struction personnel hired by the
cation and Welfare concerning the er inspection report madeby the submitting 'the utilities cost anal- ment wih tBurns, Kirkley and Wil- Board. This will result 'in a sav-
implementation of the desegrega- Continental Insurance Company' ysis which his company contracted liams Construction Company, noti- wings on the construction cost for
tion plan in Gulf County. The let. inspector. The report indicated to make for the Board. Mr. Hardee fying them that the Board intends the project.
ter summarized the results of a that the boiler throughout the stated that his company had an to sign a binding agreement w th There being no further business
SPORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA tive October 25, 1968. visit by Mr. Bryant and Mr. Car- tem wgere in good condition with unprecedented volume of business them to complete the Wewahitchka the Board adjourned to meet again
NOVEMBER 12, 1968 The Board hired Mrs. Brenda roil on October 30 from the At- the exception of a few minor dis- and that they were experiencing and St. Joe High Schools as soon in regular session on December 3,
The Gulf County Board of Public Crutchfield as an aid in the ewa- lanta Regional Office of Civil crepancies The Superintendent difficulty in hiring rate engineers as the $1.100,000.00 bond issue is 1968 at 9:00 A.M.. ST
Instruction met in regular session hitchka Education Project at We-Rights The following stipulations as authorized to have the dis- Consequently, they were behind in validated by the court and the WILLAM ROEMER, Sr.
on the above date. The following wahitchka H.igh School effective we made bytheHealth Educa crepanies corrected. r contractd services.He alsobonds sold. .B. Chairman
members were present an ; The Board acceptacting: October 15, 1968. tion and Welfare for the school The Board discussed the school stated that the Rich Electronic' The Board discussed the con- ATTEST:
Wlliamn Roemer, Sr., Chairman; The oar accepted Mrs. Delaunch- year 1969-70. bus repair costs. The Superinten- Computer Center (at Georgia Tech struction of an administrative sufte MARION CRAIG, Supt.
Gene Raffield, B: J. Rich, Sr., and Daniels' resignation as a l.unch- 1 The opening of the new uni- dent presented a bus repair cost nad gareed to program their work n.- --
Eldridge Money. room employee active October 16, tary high school in the Wewahitch- analysis on the repairs on each bus on their computers within (30) days
Board member Whitfield was ab- Hih School effective October 16,ka area at the beginning of the within the system. This analysis and that the analysis for Gulf
sent. 196 1969-70 school term, which will will be kept up to date monthly County Schools will be made first FIRST BAPTIST HURCH
The Superintendent was present The Board transferred, Mrs. ser all students, grades 7-12, in The Board also discussed the bus at Georgia Tech.
and acting. was. Wava Johnson from the custodian the Wewahitchka area. maintenance program which is now There being no further business,
The meeting was open with staff to the lunchroom staff at e- 2. Beginning the 1969-70 school being handled by the Swatts-Par- the Board adjourned to meet again Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
prayer by Board Member Money wahitchka High School, effective term, the, present Wewahitchta ker Auto Repair Company. The Su- in regular session on December
SThe minutes of the regular meet October 28, 1968.Cca Ggrades 1-12 school will become a perintendent was instructed to 3, 1968 at 9:00 A.M., EST.
ng of October 8, 1968 were read Mrs.ecedian at Wffwashich edas unitgh ary elementary school, with discuss more specific billing pro. WILLIAM 'ROEMER, Sr. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
A deleg approve as read persons p-. custool effective Wewahi Octber 28, 1968.High all students, grades 1-6, in the We- cedure with the Swatts-Parker Board Chairman MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 A.M.
A delegation of three persons ap- School effective October 28, 1968. wahitchka area being assigned to Company officials. ATTEST V --- -
peared before the Board to discuss The Board accepted the resigna- this school. Board member Raffield intro- R. MARION CRAIG, Supt. TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M.
the overcrowded conditions of the 'ion of Ms.,LindaB. Massey's re- 3. The Wewahitchka all negro, duced and moved the adoption of EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE .......--- 7:30 P.M.
school buses transporting children signation as teacher aide at We- grades 1-4, school will be phased a resolution canvassing the returns PORT ST. JOE, FLOIDA PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
from the beaches. The delegation vahitchka High School effective out with the faculty being issign- of the special Bond Election held NOVEMBER 18 1968 PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 730 P.M.
was notified that the Board was October 25, 1968. e* d to the new unitary elementary in Special Tax District No. 1 of NOVEMBER 18, 1968
cognizant of the overcrowded con- The Board granted Mrs. Betty school. Gulf County, Florida, on the ques- The Gulf County Board of Pub- 'Come and Worship God With Us'
editions, and that two new school Holloway, a teacher at Wewahitch- 4. The opening of the new uni- tion of issuing not exceeding $1,. lic Instruction met in special ses-
buses were ordered and the condi- :a High School, maternity leave tary high school in the-Port St. Joe 100,000.00 school bonds of said dis- sion on the above date. The fol-
tion would be alleviated upon re- effective November 28,' 1968. irea by the Christmas"'geason of trict. Board member Money sec. lowing members were present and
ept of tardhe new buses The Board authorized a proposed 1970. All students, grades 7-12, in onded the motion. All voted YES. acting; William Roemer, Sr., Chair-
so The Board hicustored Thomas New- plan or Exceptional Child Educa- the Port St. Joe area' will be as- A copy of this resolution is on file man, Gene Raffield, Eldridge Mo- You Are Cordially Invited To Altend
momentary School effective Noe Ele- ion for the School Year 1968-69 to signed to tis school. in the Superintendent's office. ney and B. J. Rich, Sr.
ber 11, 1968 effecve Nov be sent to the State Department of 5. At the Christmas season, 1970, The Board authorized the Super- aboard Member Whitfield was APT CH
The Bor a e Education. the present St. Joe High School, intendent to pay the expenses in- absent M AN E BA TS C
The Board accepted the resigna- The Board authorized the reno- grades 7-12 will become an ele- curred in the Bond Election. The Superintendent was present
tion of Mrs. Rosemary Flanagan, a nation and refurbishing of the book mentary school, grades 1-6 for the Snt if and acting. orner Long venue and 6th treet
-teacher at St. Joe Elementary storage room at the Court House St. Joe area, and the present St. The uperintend notified The meeting was opened withner on nd 1 treet
SSchool, effective November 1, 1968. to be 'utilized as a County-wide Joe Elementary School will be pha- b earanortation d nucte prayer by Board Member Money. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
The Board accepted Waited Dod- Media Center. sed out. the State Department of Education Boed and Member Raffield optrodu- MORNIN WORSf aP 00 A
son, Jr.'s resignation as a teacher The Superintendent read a let- 6. During the Christmas season concerning the feasibility of reduc- resolution provedin for the optissu- I U IO n of aAPTST TRA I U IO 45 P.M.
at Washington .High School effec- ter from Dr. Richard Morley, Pres- of 1970, the George Washington ing the limit of transporting stu ance of $1,100,000.00 o BAPTIST TRA ING UNIN 3:45 PM.
ident of Gulf Coast Junior College, School will be phased out with all dents within the State from two$1,100,000.00 of Bonds of EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 PM.
complimenting the County Staff the grade 7-12 students being as- mil to one mile Spec TaSchool ri a rd PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
for te cooperative and efficient signed to the newhigh scoo, The Superntendent was author- St. J oe and the Wewahitchka State
manner thatthemanyrequests for the grade 1-6 te t beassign- ter fomasWieiamsPeident e tinaAl member Money seconded the mo-
Hrs h W oW .ve hformation tec oncerning the School d .chool to Highland View E elementary hi
system had been handled for Gulf Scho ol and St. Joe Elentar of Burns, Kikley and Williams resolution is on file in theSuper- VISE
SchoemyioatelneCual.ompany, stating that intendent's office.D
L The Superintendent read a let numbers by a grade pairing pro- t-
s n'S ter from Audio Sound Company cess Addition rooms will be built ers riskinsurance coverage on the intendent to negotiate with the
.emtatng that said company b bn at Highland View to provide need construction project in the County. Florida First National Bank of Air ConditionedoCem.arly Heated
oee d space.The Superintendent was author- St. Joe and the Wewahitchka State
awarded the sub-contract for the ed space.f ized to make the necessary ar- Bank of Wewahitchka for a higher
-chool intercom and sound ,system 7. For the 1969-70 school' term,_
and fire alarm system for the new:I additional white faculty will be as-
High Schools in Wewahitchka and signed to George Washington
He s"hoping hPort St. Joe. This contract was giv- School to accomplish at least 50%
t Happes liday jen by the Quality Electric Corn- faculty desegregation with thedis-
Season ever pany of Panama City, electrical placed Negro teachers being as-
sub-contractor to Burns, Kirkley' signed to oother schools in the ds-
and Williams Construction CoinItrict.". -
Wall your Standard Oil James Taylor, the Board's in-miptendent, to' write the Health,
Man in Port St.J.oie spector on the new High School Education 4hand Welfare officials
J. LAMAR (Pete) MILLER project, gave a progress report on and 'informn,thertithatothesuBoard
217.7-8081 the new construction..He,;stated will adhere to the above sti:ula-
Stndara0anCompmny ln Ky3 that the work was on schedule and tons and requirements of the Civil
that a superior brand of workman- Rights Act of 1964 and the decision ..ri .
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PETITE LIMAS 10 oz. 39c
Discount Special! Morton's Frozen
-- VERI-BEST PRODUCE DISCOUNT SPECIAL -
ORANGES APPLES GRAPEFRUIT
Blue Bonnet Regular
1 lb. .tn. 29c
.8 OZ. Dpk. 37c
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COPELAND SLICED BOLOGNA ----- Ib. 59c
SWIFT PREMIUM WESTERN AGED HEAVY
SChoce Beef Specials
No. 7 Steak
EXTRA LEAN FRESH
FRESH PORK Swift Premium Tender Swift Premium Tender
LEAN PORK LEAN PORK
HAM ROkST STEAKS
POUND POUND POUND
Fresh Grade Apalaclhcola ,
'A' Large Fresh
HENS 4( Oysters88(
COPELAND'S FINEST TENIDERIZED HAMS
-- *-Whole ''
Shank r HAM
Half 59j L 57c
Lb. r 5 9 C A sizesC
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GEORGIA and FLORIDA GRADE "A"?
:--.LARGE SIZE ..
JIWCY TANGERINES ----------doz. 39c
FRESH TOMATOES ------------lb. 19c
IRISH POTATOES -----10 lbs. 49c
F, RESH .... .
CRISP CELERY ---------- stalk 19c
WINGS 3 lbs. 88c BACKS 3 lbs. 59c
Don't Forget Livers and Giizards for Giblet Gravy
NORTHERN 60 CT. I
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THURSDAY DECEMBEfR 19, 1968
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Jane Parker Seasoned
. Stuffing Bread 1,V/2 L 29c
Jane Parker Herb Seasoned
Jane Parker Delicious
Apple Pies 2
S/ "Super-Right" Western Beef Middle ut
"Super-Right" FuHy C
8-oz. Pkg. 30c
1 1 Lb. 8-oz. PIES
* Whole or Butt Half L 65c Lb.
Jane Parker (made with Buttermilk) Speciall
White Bread 2 Loaves55c
Jane Parker Fresh Crisp (twin pack) Spe:iall
Potato Chips -oz. Pkg. 49c
Jane Parker Brown 'n Ser-.e --'il
Cloverleaf Rolls 2 of 24 4c1
Jane Parker- C
. Ring $3.29 Ring
1% LB. LOAF $1.
Viva P:p _r ,
SPkgs. of 180
Mayonnaise t. Jar
Sultana Large or Small
* Center Ham Slices
"Super-Right" Western Beef (Bone I).
"Super-Right" Western Beef Full Cut
Swift Premium-5 to 7 Lb. Avg.'
SQuick Frozen HENS
Cap'n John's Quick Frozen
Fish Sticks 3'
'Golden Shoie Quick Froaen
SDEVI EDCRABS '9 0.69A
Special Asu. Flavors Ann Page Layer Speciall S ar A- alel
49c Cake Mixes 3 Pk.79c ,1 ...., ,
Spedla A&P Brand Spec1ialle 'T
869c Swt. Potatoes an 29c P- Sueur Peas 29c
Thank You Whole.SncId_
A&P Brand Canned
Eg g Nog Quart Cn 69c Crabapples I1 b. 39c
Kraft Jet Puffed-1 % Ik A&P Brand Corn Oil Speciall
Marshmallows pkg. 29c Margarine 1 Lb Ctn" 29c
Heavy Duty Aluminum Speciall A&P Brand S-'_r;al
Wonderfoil 25-Ft. Roll 49c Cream Cheese 33c
4 9 6. -- Cr.e.m a 33-
'79 6 rand Cranberry (Limit 2 w/$5. oriylore order excl. cigarettes)
fe F ry (Limit I w/$5. or more *order excl. cigarettes) Special!
Ann'Page Brand (Limit 2 with $5.00 or more order excl. cigarettes)
49 etchi 2 39c
special_ |BO L ES 1 s U i, 39
Stalks Only 9
S.Yellow Onions 3.Lb.Ba 33c
Fresh Mushrooms L, 89c
Juicy Oranges 5
'Bud & Bloom ng
Potted Mums $1.99
Large Caiformla U,- ..L
Peppers 3- 29c
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l ob. Can
SEMI-SWEET CHOCOLATE. 6-oz. 12-o2.
NESTLES MORSELS Pkg31c P- 5c .
free to -
(if more than 25 miles
from a Plaid Stamp
Redemption Store.) '
Details at A&P.
Co ol Whip
A&P Frozen 9" Regular
Quart Size 59c
Pie Shells 3Pk.of2 $1.00
A&P Frozen Foods
In Butter Sauce!
S*G LDEN CORN 10-oz.-Pkg. 31/7
*-MIXED -VEGETABLES 10-oz Pkg. 3179
SCUT GREEN BEANS 9-oz.Pks. 3179
* GREEN PEAS
* BABY LIMAS
* BRUSSEL SPROUTS
10-oz. Pkg. 2169c
0 Kitchen Sliced Gr. Bea "ns .
.* CS. Golden Corn 17-. "7[
* W.K. Niblets .om 12Oz.
Mix or )
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'SAUCERS FRUIT DISHES
BREAD & BUTTER PLATES '.
Your Choice! ." with every
Each... $5. purchase
Salt &Pepper 1.79 4SoupPlates 1.99
Sugar&Creamer 2.99 4SaladPlates 1.99
LargeVeg.Bowl 1.49 4Cereal BoW* 1.L99*
GravyBoat 2 1.49 4Mugs 1,99'
Coffeelot 2.99 i1/21M*trway 1.79
Pitcher Z, 2.99 12'RoundPlater 199
Ladle .79 RelishTray .79,
Covered Casserole 2.99 ;
IF UNABLE TO PURCHASE ANY
ADVERTISED ITEM, PLEASE RE-
QUEST A RAIN CHECK Prices in
this Ad are Good through Satur-
day, Dec. 21.
Q C 'J1T LUDWI V~9. ~ngnuiu~
4 c UfT Lanell veg. Snorinlq
7c Off Label
rniyfieid Plain or Seli Rising .
FLOUR, 5lb. b
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STHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 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 went for developing
improved methods of production. As the methods of manu-
facturing- improve, the price of the bulk-drug decreases
I This saving is passed on to you in lower prescription prices.
.The "'old'pill" of yesterday is purchased today for a nomi.
pal.-amount. Thus, a conscientious, developing industry. ,:
Wdrks.to tnprove the service and quality of the pharmaceu-
ticalsryi9i'rreceive today and tomorrow.
A L -
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions fP
SOUR c PHARMACY
PUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
317Williams Avenue P h_ .P.one 227-3371
Drive-In Window Service Plenty of Pree Parki lg -
in. ,* -. r,_
TV SUJA V iv
. Ken Murphy reported
were three automobile
in the vicinity of Pot
during the past week.
Early Saturday- m
2:00 a.im, *a 1962' sed
over and burned .on H
near the railroad cross
phy said that the auto,
Jack Robert Tanner w.
toward Port St. Jbe at
miles per hour. TanIn
edly lost control of thi
ter crossing the railro
and the car turned
burned.. The Port St. Jco
apartment was called o
out the. fire. Tanner wi
at the hospital, for br
Firemen Feted by City
tity derk "haries Brock and Police atarol dthe City administration served the
man Ji m ickr61n serve up the chow Monday night a dinner of chicken and rice, barbecue
to Port Sti Joe's NIolunteer Fire Department mem- en, barbecued ribs, salad, congealed s
bers and their ,ves. In the line, left to right baked beans. Approximately 60 perss
are, Mrs. Jim pevatt, Prevatt, Mrs. Waylon Gra- present .or the affair which was hel
ham, Graham and Mrs. R. H. Ellzey in the edge Centennial Building.
of the picture.
,well you f
there are two thi
you should do
about cancer: Have a
checkup every year.
Cancer's Seven Danger
1. Unusual bleeding
or discharge. 2. A lur
thickening, in the br
I or-elsew-here. ,
3. A'sore that does nol
4. Change in bowel or
habits. 5. Hoarsenes
tough. 6. Indigestion or-d
in-swallowing. 7. Chang
a wart or mole.
If your signal lasts lo
than two weeks, see,
your doctor without de
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE
SSharks Topple Blountstown and
Leon HighL; Lose to Rutherford Rams
The Port St. Joe Sharks snap- point. David tangston and Char-' Port St. Joe 'now leads the
ped a 16-game winning streak lie Lewis topped all scorers Gulf Coast Conference.
for the Blountstown Tigers here with 27 and 23 points respective- St. Joe fg ft tp B'town fg ft tp
last Friday night, defeating the ly. Greg Knox added 12 for the' La'ston 13-1-21 Jones 7 3 17
Tigers 79-61. Sharks. Lewis 10 3 23 Sellers 8 7 23
The defending state champion Donnie .Gellers led the Tigers, oyette 2 2 6 Rackley 4 0 8
Tigers were blitzed in the first with 23 nlarkers and Eric Jones Knox 6 0 12 G'dman 0 1 1
by the high-scoring Sharks and chipped in with 17 in a losing Morgan 1 1' 3 lMcCray 0 0 0
were reeling 49-31 at the midway effort for'the Tigers. Faurot: 2 0 4
score: ly quarters:.
fot--t. Joe-- '25 24 V 1f U-Yn
Port St. Joe '25 24 12
Blountstown _- 13 18 18
Port St. Joe lost for the tlird
time this season in basketball
to the Rutherford Rams in Pan-
ama City Saturday night. Two
of the Sharks defeats this sea-
son have come at the hands of
the Rams andithe third to Rick-
The Rams tried hard to tie up
the Sharks sharp-shooting David
Langston, but the Shark ace still
came through with 33 points for
the night. Charlie Lewis was
held to 17 by the defensively-
Harold Edwards and Freddie
York set the pace for Rutherford
with 29 and 23 points respective-
The. Rams out-scored the
Sharks 30 to 14 in' the second
period' for'their margin of vic-
tory. The Sharks managed to
play pretty well even in the oth-
er three periods. .
fg ft tp R'ford
10 13 33 Edw'ds
5 7 17 Benise
0 3 6 York
1 2' 4 Gooln
2 2 6 Rogers
fg ft tp
13 3 29
9 0 18'
Score by quarters: "
Port St. Joe _- 19 14 15 22-70
Rutherford, 25 30 17 22-94
Tuesday night the Sharks took
on big Leon High of Tallahas-
see, here-on the home court
and picked up an 87-80 victory.,
This runs the Sharks record
for the season to four wins and
David. Langston hit the nets
for 34 points while Charlie Lew-
is was, pouring in 27. Johnny
Ford -and Buddy Boyette each
The Sharks were behind by.
three points, at the end of the'
first period, but pulled 'ahead' in
St. Joe fg ft tp Leon fg ft tp
L'ston 101434 Jordan 1 1 3
:Lewis 8 11 27 Curtis 16 1 33
Ford 5 0 10 Powell 8 2 18
Boyett 5 0 10 Porter 2 3 7
Morgan 3 0 6 Conyers 4 0 8
: ,Randall., 2 1 5
Brown 3 0 .6
Score by quarters *'"
'Port St. Joe 17 27 22 21-87
Leon High -- 20 19 22 19-80
Patrolman At 3:30 p.m. Saturday after-
that there noon, a 1963 sedan, driven by
accidents William Arthur Paul hit a 'palm
rt St. Joe tree. on the side of State Road
30-A about two miles 'south! of
Port St. Joe. Murphy estimated'
boring at damages to the auto at $200.00.
ghwayn rolled Paul .was not injured.
sing. Mur- Early Si iday morning at 2:45
driven by arm, Gerald V. Hearn overturn-
as headed ed his 1966 sedan west :of Port
about 55 St. 'Joe oh0n Highway 98, causing
er report- an estimated $1,000 damages to
auto af- the vehicle and suffered minor
ad tracks injuries. .Trooper Murphy said
over and i that Hearn left the road on the
De fire de- right hand side and traveled 210
ut to- put feet before coming back across
Treated the road there the auto turned
uises and over on its top.
Two Minor Auto
By iTy Police
City Police, records show that
two automobile accidents, have'
occurred in the limits of the.
Cit- _t Neither of the accidents
were serious. -
Early Sunday 'morning, Napo-'
leoh Hill 6f 305 AvenUe 'A, turn-.,
ed off Highway 98 i.o .thq If-"
dustrial Road an'd ran into the
side of a 'Basic Magndsiga-truck
driven by Kennece Rolinson. Ba-
sic's trucir had stopped. at the
intersection before making a
Officer Jim Pickron investigat-
TueAday afternoon at 4:00 p.m.
police records show that Harry
Michael Murphy, age 16, made a
left turn' off Highway 98 into
Third Street and turned into the
path of an auto driven by Clif-
ford Sanborn, coming from the
' m= opposite direction. No injuries
Officer James Graves inves-
tigated the accident.
Siremen Gustavo Aguilar
s, andwee Taken by Death
d in the y e
Gustavo Aguilar, age 74, pass-
tar photo ed away 'suddenly at his resi,
dence at St. Joe Beach yesterday
morning at 6:00 a.m. He was a
retired gunsmith formerly em-
ployed by Ithaca Gun Manufac-
turing Co., of Ithaca, N. Y., and
resided at. St. Joe Beach for one
'He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Ester Aguilar of St. Joe
Beach;: oe daughter, Mrs. Gor-
iOWW doh Biggins of Beacon Hill; five
grandchildren; two brothers, Car-
SsIQS Aguilar of Lake Worth and
l' T Ignacio Agtiilar of Mexico.
in gs Graveside services will be held
this afternoon at 2:00 p.m. at
health Holly Hill Cemetery with Rev.
h John Ash, Pastor of the Pres-
Learn 'byterian Church, officiating. In-
Signals: terment will follow in the family
g" plot. "
mp or Services will le under the di-
'east reaction of Comforter Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe.
a difficulty a Adv.
;e in. : d
| INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids will -be received by
"ger | Municipal Hospital of Port St. Joe,
j. Florida until 3:00 P.M., EST Jan-
elayv uary 10, 1969 for an X-Ray ma-
e"-' I chine. '
SOCIETY Specifications and/or bid forms
may be obtained from the Admin-
PUBUSs istrator's office, Municipal Hospi-
tal, 20th St., Port St. Joe, Florida.
The Municipal Hospital of Port
LDS St. Joe reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. Award will be in
the best interest of Municipal Hos-
of Port St. Joe 12-19
.'il, C a_ -,7- .. tfc-12-5
FOR EI N: F rl'lihed apartment.
For adults! only. Living room,
bedrob'6hbath, breakfast nook and
kitchen. Phone 229-1352. tfc-11-21
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house. 3
7 bedrooms, chain link fence in
'back At'White City. Phone 227-
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a p a rt-
ments. Cool In summer, warm In
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They mntst be seen to be apprec-
iated Also NICE TRAILER PARRK.
ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi.
co Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park. White City. Ute-10-12
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
room cottage on St. Joe Beach.
Reasonable rates. Call 227-3491 or
FOR RENT: Warehouse space and
storage. Huribut Furnitutre oo.
Phone 227-4271. ttfc-8-
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house,
furnished. At Beach. Smith's
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in
Highland View for $30.00 per
mo. Phone 648-4101. tfc-10-24
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, com-
pletely furnished. At St. Joe
Beach on Second Street Call 227-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, built-
in kitchen. Carpet in living room,
screened front porch. Phone 229-
2231. ,. tfc-12-19
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
upstairs apartment. 522% Third
Street. Phone 227-8642. tfc-11-14
FOR RENT: House at 707 Long
Avenue. Homer Coe. 229-1163&
HOUSE FOR SALE: 215 7th St., FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
bedroomss, two full baths, large' house. Closed garage, fenced
l20o ~tag'1 room,- large dining yard. Nice neighbor. Phone 227-
r6om, targe kitchen. Has new roof. 8536 after 5 p.m. tfc-12-19
Must sell, For. inquiries write J. A. I,
'Blackwell; P. O.'BOk" 554, Destin, FOR RENT: Trailer space on two
Fla 4tc-11-21 large lots at St. Joe Beach. Phone
FOR RIEjT: .Trailer space for one
. or two hdouse,,Itailers on lots FOR SALE: .2500 BTU Dearborn
back of ',ostin's: Cottages, Beacon gas soace heater. Very' good
FOR SALE: AKC German Shepard
puppies. Call 227-8536 after 5
GUNS FOR SALE or TRADE: Sev-
eral new and used shotguns and
rifles. Call L. C. "Red" Carter at
GOOD SELECTION "of used TV's.
SArnold's Furniture & TV. '23
Reld Ave. te2-3
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
SEmory Stephens. Free estimate
Gurantee on labor and materials
Low dows payment. Phone 227
In Wewshitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
WELDING: Electric and. acetylene.
SYears of experience. Call J. L.
Temple 229-6167. 1302 Palm Blvd.
FOUND: White .Persian lktten.'
Owner may, claim at 1303 Mar-
vin Avenue after 5 p.m.
FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley,
220-6100' after 5 p.m. 1109 Mon-
ument Ave. tfc-9-26
WANTED: Young man, piechani-
cally inclined, to world in food
processing plant. Great opportun-
ity with Allen Kirkpatrick & Co.
Call Apalachicola 653-8811. 3t1128
HELP WANTED: Man or woman.
No capital needed. Start business
of' your own. Serving cpnsumer.s
with world famous Rawleigh pro-
ducts. Can earn $60 webiklyv nPart
condition. Phone 648-4330. 2te-19 time, $150 and up full time. Write
.. C. R. McDaniel, FLL-100-770 DeSoto
FOR SAL E: Hotpoint electric Station, Box 2467, Memphis, Tenn.
range, $25:00 cash. Mrs. Richard 38102. 2tp-12-5
Porter. Phone 227-3331. e Lue ..__ ,^. ,-i,
beir I I, InrAm pumpeu uout. ,au
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Pla.
S FPluf qg oan4"
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
HEATH RADIO and
Phone 227-509 .
4tp Oak Grove 2-1
All work guaranteed
RA.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 50, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILaIS V. ROWAN,, PST 116,
THE AMERICAN E GION, meet.
kg, second arid fourth Tuesday
nights, 8,00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a rar cop
munication of Port St.~oe Lodge
No. Ill, F. & *A. M., .eyery first
'and third Thursday at 8:0 p.m
H. L,. BURGE, Secretary
JAMES #ORTON, W. M.
Use A STAR Classified...
...They Get The Job Done ,
Highway Patrolman Ken Murphy
Reports Three Accidents During Week
We Will Be Closed Christmas Week
December 23 through 27
HEW Spells Out
(Continued From Page 1) :
season, also; the -Atlanta. officee`
stated that all elementary Ne-
gro students should be equally,
divided between the new Port
St. Joe Elementary School facili-.
ties and the Highland View Ele-A'
mentary School. The letter stat-
ed that additional rooms should ,
be built at Highland View to
provide the needed space.
The last point made in the let-
ter that at the beginning of the
1969-10 school term, additional
white faculty will be assigned to
George Washington School to
accomplish at least 50e faculty
'desegregation, with 'the displa-
ced Negro teachers being assign-
ed to other schools in the dis-
The Board notified the Atlan-
ta office of Health, Education
and Welfare that they would
comply With the stipulations set
out by the Atlanta office.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney P. Laird
wish to announce the birth of4 1
7 $ll,. 8 oz., son, Charles Rodney,
born Wednesday, December 11.
WITH BLADDER IRRITATION
Common Kidney or Bladder Irrita-
tions affect twice as many women am
men, often causing tenseness and
nervousness from frequent, burning.
Itching urination. Secondarily, you
Smay loSe sleep and have Headachese
Backaches 'and feel older, tired, de-
pressed. In.such cases. CYSTEX usu-
ally-brings-relaxingecomfort by curb-
Ing germs In acid urine, and easing
paln. Get CYSTEX at dgg!sts today.