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In This Week's Issue
"Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port for the Apalachicolc-Chaitahoochee Valley"
County Board Considering Approval
Of First Ordinance to Control Trash
New Kiwanis Officers
The entire slate of Kiwanis Club officers
started their new year Tuesday, after being in-
stalled last Tuesday by Lt. Governor Harold
Gregg of Marianna. From left to right, are Tom
Alsobrook, treasurer; Walter Dodson, first vice-
:president; George Anchors, president; Dr. Bob
King, second vice-president and Bill Norris, sec-
retary. -Star photo
Old Caurthouse Operation
Expense is Troubling Board
The cost of operation of the
qld Courthouse is beginning to
cause the County 'Commission a
great deal of concern.
Discussion at 'Tuesday's ineet,
ing showed that maintaining the.r
old Courthouse is 'costing the
county money 'even though they
have rent paying tenants in the
Cost of maintaining the build-
ing last year, with only minimum
maintenance was pegged at, $3,-
000.00 with 'a higher operation
bill expected for 'this year.
One of the causes for increas-
ed costs expected for this year
is serious roof problems in the
building. The roof has leaked for
some time and patching attempts'
have failed to stop the leaks. Ex-
High School PTA
Meets October 23
The regular meeting of the
Port St. Joe High School PTA
will be held next Thursday eve-
ning, October 23 at .-00 p.m. in
the High School Auditorium.
Charlie R. Bond of Gulf Coast
Junior College in Panama City,
4 is scheduled to speak for the
All high school parents are
urged to attend.
tensive roof work is anticipated
'to stop the leaking.
The building is currently 'tak-
ing in a netof $l';260.00 per -year
"for rent, This is being paid "by
the 'State Welfare Department
which maintains offices in 'the
buTirling. The State pays the
-c, dnrty '$175:00 a month rent for
the space used, and 'the county,
'in theory, matches the rent pay-
ments. To 'help decrease 'the op-
eration deficit of the building
the Board decided 'to raise the
State's rent 'to $250.00 per month.
A letter vwas -written 'to the state
'Welfare Board yesterday to this
effect, but there is no guaran-
'tee the state will \accept the in-
decided on by the Board by movm-,
ing the Wewahitchka branch of
the Northwest Florida Regional
Library into the old courthouse
thus, getting $600.00 per year
more in rental.
'Even these moves won't solve
the problem completely and the
'Board is'trying to come up with
other solutions to make the
Port St. Joe's Jaycees are
*sponsoring a Hallewe'en (coStunme
'parade for all elementary age
children this year, according to
Jaycee president, Robert 'Mont-
gomery. The parade will be held
next Saturday, October 25, 3be-
ginning at 10M0 a.m..m
'The parade will start 2at the
Reid Avenue and Fifth Street in-
tersection and proceed up Reid
Avenue with a police car 'and
fire truck escort. The Port St.
Joe High School Band will also
All elementary age children
are -eligible to participate and
(compete for three cash prizes
which will be awarded for the
The Jaycees are now in the
middle of their annual Hallo-
we'en candy sale. They are offer-
ing 'bags of 110 individually
'wrapped pieces of candy for
'$1.00 a 'bag. The candy will be
on sale during the parade by
Jaycee 'members. Proceeds from
the .candy sale go to help finance
the annual Jaycee "Toys for
The possibilities that Gulf
County may have its first or.din-
ance passed under the new Home
Rule law passed by the 1969 ses-
sion of the Legislature, grew
out of a discussion by the Coun-
ty Board Tuesday concerning
garbage being dumped in unau-
thorized places throughout the
Commissioner Rudy Pippin
started the discussion when he
brought complaints before the
Board made by people who lived
in the vicinity of the land fill
garbage dump in the Dalkeith
area. The people were complain-
ing that some people don't make
it all the way to the land fill
area before they dump their gar-
bage, causing trash to be scatter-
ed all over property of those liv-
ing near the land fills.
Emmett Daniell, supervisor of
the land fill program in 'the
County said- this same problem
exists all over. He pointed out
that the land fill area which was
formerly located East of High-
land View has been moved and
still people dump their garbage
in the old area. "'There are un-
official dumps all over the coun-
ty", Daniell said.
It was pointed sout that, there
are now'laws against this prac-
tice, but affidavits must be
sworn orft by the offended per-
son before it can be applied.
Chairman Leo Kennedy ssug-
gested that the county's new
powers be utilized to pass an
ordinance prohibiting dumping
garbage in other than authorized
areas, with 'stiff penalties pro-
vided for. Attorney, William J.
Rish was asked to research ,the
possibility of pasing such an or-
SCHOOL ROAD WORK
Superintendent of Public In-
struction, R. Marion Craig ap-
peared before the 'County Board
Tuesday to .thank the Board for
completing the access road to the
new Wewahfitc'hka -figh 'School.
Craig asked that the parking area
for 'the new school 'be completed
as soon as 'possible..
The Superitendeit 'also (quiz-
Highland View PTA
Has Carnival Plans
The 'Highland View Parent-
Teacher Association has sche-
duled its -annual Hallowe'en car-
nival for next 'Saturday, Octo-
ber 25, beginning at 4:00 p.m.
A parade 'will open the festiv-
ities at 3.'30 p.m.
The carnival will be held on
the Highland View Elementary
Many booths will be provided
which will offer games, foodt
and drinks for everyone attend-
Sharks Topple Unbeaten Florida
High In Thriller Last Friday Night
With Florida High's' Demons
scoring twice very 'quickly in'
the first period Friday night, it
looked like a very long night for
the Port St. Joe Sharks.
But, a 75 yard kickoff return
by Norris Langston, for a Shark
score, a 15 yard pass from Chuck
Roberts to George Williams and
a blocked Florida High punt in
the waning seconds of the game
plus one of the finest defensive
,., games the Sharks have turned in
this year, gave the Sharks a 20-
14 victory over the previously
Port St. Joe took the open-
ing kick-off but couldn't move
the football. As they prepared to
punt on the fourth down, the
Demons blocked the punt and
took over on the Sharks 37 yard
line. On the first down, the De-
mon's fine quarterback George
Gould hit Jim Garland for a scor-
When the Sharks received the
ball again, the Demons inter-
cepted a fumble on the handoff
and carried it 40 yards for their
second score. The two point con-
version was good.
But the Sharks did anything
but lay down and play dead after
two touchdowns were scored on
them in less than three minutes
of play. On the Demons' kick-off
Norris Langston grabbed the
ball on the Sharks 25 and scoot-
ed down the middle of the field
in a 75 yard dash for the Sharks
first score. Buddy Boyette made
one of. the finest plays of the
game with his finger-tip catch,
barely in bounds, of Roberts' pass
for the two point conversion.
Once more the Demons threa-
tened in the first half, but the
Sharks stopped them just before
the rest period.
Late in the third period, the
Sharks worked themselves into
a tie with the big Florida High
eleven, when Chuck Roberts flip-
ped a 15 yard pass to George
Williams. The extra point at-
tempt failed and the score was
Port St. Joe fans would have
settled for the tie, but the Sharks
would not. Late in the last period
the Demons were deep in their
own territory trying to run the
clock out when they were caught
on their own five yard line with
fourth down and nine seconds
to go. Gould went 'into his end
zone to punt, and the entire
Shark line moved in to block
the punt, which they did. Gould
picked up the ball to run and
got as far as the one yard line.
With five seconds showing, the
Sharks got the ball, and a short
pass from Roberts to Williams
again paid off for the Port St.
The last minute pass gave the
Sharks a 20-14 victory.
Fla. Hi PSJ
The Sharks face
by 0 2
game tomorrow night when they
play host to Jefferson County
High School of Monticello.
zed the Board on the status of
the extension of Long Avenue
near Port St. Joe's new high
school. "We need to get this road
built before school opens next
September", Craig stated.
Max Kilbourn reported to the
Board that funds for the road
are in the budget of the State
Road Department. He stressed
that the funds were put in be-
fore re-organization of state gov-
ment, and he hasn't been able to
find out the status of the pro-
ject since the, change-over.
The Board; instructed Clerk
Core to write the State' Depart-
ment of Transportation and find
out how the project now -stands.
' Primary funds had been prom-
ised to help with the paving pro-
In other business the county:
Agreed to open i up, Cypress
Creek for drainage; behind the
Beaches area, to complete a pro-
ject started by Bay !County and
ended at the Gulf: iCounty line.
The project will begin as soon
as the large drain ditch beside
the new Courthousel'is complet-
ed to Depot Creek.:!
*, Agreed to advertise for bids
for two pick-up trucks and a
dump truck. One of the pick-ups
is for the.Mosquito Control and
the other pick-up and the dump
truck are for the road depart-
Changed the November 11
meeting to November 10 because
of .a holiday on November 11.
Charged Taxi, Collector Har-
land Pridgen with the collection
of $1,262,908.90 fobr the new tax
Set up; 'a special meeting for
this, evening' at 7:30 p'.mi. to dis-,
cuss :road $problemsni and plans
throughout the county.
Gym Roof Nearing Completion
Steel workers are nearing completion. of in-
stallation of the "spider web" iron work form-
ing the dome roof of the gymnasium complex at
the new Port St. Joe High School. All of the
steel is in place, and workmen are now busy
James Henry Geddie, 59, Is Taken
bolting, riveting and welding it together. Each
joint gets all three treatments. Workmen estimat-
ed that the roof will be complete within about
: six weeks.
By Death WedneSday After Long Illness By Area Daily
James Henry Geddie, 59, pas-
sed away early yesterday morn-
ing a Panama City hospital, fol-
lowing a lingering illness.
tient for, several years.
Geddie had been a resident of
Port St. iJoe for many years and
was a conductor for the Apala-
chicola Northern Railroad. He
was a member of the Methodist
Church and a Mason.
Survivors include his widow,
Mrs. Laura A. Geddie of Port)St.
Joe; one daughter, Mrs. Mary
Geddie Spiker of Parkersburg,
Virginia; one grandson, Ronnie
Spiker of Parkersburg; one step-
Last Rites Held for
Mrs. Fanny B. Brock
Funeral services for Mrs. Fan-
ny B. Brock, 98, were held Sun-
day from 'Magnolia Church in
Oakdale, near Marianna, with
Rev. J. B. Lovering officiating,
assisted by Rev. John Rich. Bur-
ial 'was in Magnolia Church
Mrs. Brock died last Friday.
She had been a long-time resi-
dent of Honeyville, where she
lived with her son, M. G. Brock.
Mrs. Brock is survived by one
son, M. G. Brock, who is a retir-
ed director of the Wewahitchka
State Bank and nine grandchil-
Active pallbearers were Jeffer-
son Brock, Claudis Lanier, Jack
Deviller, Bert Lanier, Raymond
Davis and John R. Medlock.
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
daughter, Mrs. Michaele Thomp-
son Friedman of Hiram, Ohio
and one brother, T. J. Geddie of
Funeral services will be held
this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. from
the Fi f s t United Methodist
Church at 3:00 p.m., with Rev.
Millard Spikes, conducting. The
body will lie in state one hour
prior to service time at the
Graveside Masonic Rites will
be held at Holly Hill Cemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home will
be in charge of arrangements.
Lions Set Fall Horse
Show for Nov. 2
The Port St. Joe Lions Club
will sponsor their annual fall
horse show Sunday, November 2,
at the Lions Horse Show Arena
on Highway 71, according to an
announcement made this week
by Lions Club president, Larry
The show will feature 18
events with events provided for
junior and senior riders. Junior
riders are through age 13 and
senior riders, age 14 and over.
A trophy and five ribbons will
be given in each event, with a
high point trophy awarded the
rider with the most points.
There will be no admission
charged spectators to the event.
Judge for the show will be
Buddy Pate with Milton Davis
serving as the announcer.
Adrian Gantt, who headed up
a Shark defense which handed
Florida High of Tallahassee its
first loss of the year has been
selected the area's lineman of
the week by the Tallahassee Dem-
Gant, a 6-1, 185-pound senior
defensive end, clobbered Demon
ball carriers for 19 tackles and
assisted on five others in cap-
turing lineman laurels,
Nine times during the game,
Gantt dropped FHS quarterback
George Gould for losses. He also
turned in a fine effort on of-
fense at tackle.
Another Shark, Norris Lang.
ston, was cited by the paper as
a runner-up in offensive honors.
Norris Langston, a Shark half-
back was mentioned for offen-
sive honors for running for 65
yards and returned a kick-off 85
yards for a touchdown.
Lunch Room Week
This week is National Lunch
Week and each school in Gulf
County served a universal menu
yesterday, consisting of hambur-
gers, green beans, lettuce and to-
matoes, fruit cup, peanut butter
cookies and milk.
Everyone is invited by Mrs.
Etna Gaskin, School Food Service
Director for Gulf County, to
visit the lunchroom facilities of
any Gulf County school during
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969
Jaycees Sponsorinmg allowe'en Costume
Contest and Parade Next Saturday
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969
Place In File 13
Rep. Crider's plan to boil Florida's counties down from
67 to 42 has met considerable resistance from the smaller
counties those most affected by the plan and is be-
ginning to receive a drubbing from large county legisla-
tors as well. This doesn't mean that we who would be
affected by the plan can sit back, complacent, and figure
that the measure is dead.
Rep. Crider is still pushing as hard as he can to see
that Gulf, Franklin, Calhoun and Liberty counties are
welded into one and that the same is performed for other
small counties throughout the state. Crider says that the
consolidation move will save money. He (being the dream-
er that he must be) figures that it will be cheaper to
operate (in our case) one county courthouse than it will
be presently to operate four. We don't believe it. If the
truth could be arrived at, it would probably cost more than
the present combined budget of the four counties to oper-
ate one combined county.
It's true that one sheriff could serve the entire
but he would need more deputies. One clerk could
all the records, but his needs for help would more
quadruple, and so on down the line.
If this situation were to be true, why can't Jackson
County operate as cheaply as Gulf? Why can't Walton,
or Bay or Jefferson?
But while Mr. Crider is concerned only with his
false ideas about saving money, he is forgetting, acci-
dentally or on purpose, the, fact that under his plan gov-
ernment would be moved farther and farther away from
the people. Reapportionment in Florida has moved state
government so far from the individual that it is now al-
most as impersonal as federal government. Where would
the little individual be if this were to happen with his
county government also?
There is already too much of a dangerous tendency
for people to sit back and curse government without ex-
ercising the energy necessary to confront government ser-
vants. Moving the county farther away would only serve
to compound this situation which would result in still
even more dissatisfaction and unrest with government.
We think Mr. Crider should file his plan in file 13
and spend his energies in bringing government back closer
to the people, rather than removing it even farther away.
At this writing, the first day of the World Series,
sports writers and baseball fans are continuing to shake
their heads in wonder at the amazing New York Mets
and their swift climb to the top after, apparently, being
stuck permanently in the cellar for so long.. Nobody much
gives them an outside chance to win the Series, but still
the wonder is there just as one wonders how a hum-
mingbird flies when, aerodynamics says he can't.
Here in Port St. Joe we have our own cause for won-
der, also a structure that gets more amazing every
time you look at it. People are coming from far and
wide to see our new high school building now under con-
Even though the building isn't finished enough for
those of us unfamiliar with building to visualize what it
will look like when finished, there is enough put together
to see, plainly, that Port St. Joe is going to be number
one in the school house business come next school year.
Every time you take a look at the building, the won-
der and -the amazement grows. A short tour through
the building Will make you proud of what we are causing
to be furnished in our town. We say "we" because every-
body is having a hand in its building even though you
might not have made a decision in what goes into the
If you want to be even more proud of your town,
go out to the new school building one Saturday or Sunday
and wander through the building. It's big and it's first
class. Go inside, now, and look around. You can't begin
to visualize just what the building will offer by looking
at it from the outside. And be careful, that you don't
By now we will have witnessed the nationwide col-
lege demonstration against the war in Vietnam. We find
the move out of order and distasteful. Nobody, of course,
approves of war and even fewer people in our nation par-
ticularly likes the war in Vietnam. But as we see it, that
isn't the big question at hand. The root of the matter is
a question of having faith irn our country, which we, per-
sonally do have. Our leaders will not do what we, as in-
dividuals agree with 100% of the time, but taking the
whole picture into consideration, we must go with the
decision of our representatives in government.
At present, the decision of the government, and hence
the nation, is to stay in Vietnam and try to wrest some
sort of free government out of chaos for those people.
Even Hubert Humphrey goes along with this idea. He
publicly said so late last week.
We don't particularly go along with the method of
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veiled in Maimi recently indi- owned firm with headquarters in
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trying to support freedom in Vietnam we think we
should go at the job to win, and forget the pussy-footing
around. But again, we don't have the full picture to look
at nor does anyone not directly involved with the sit-
Regardless of personal feelings toward the war, .we
think it a little premature for the bleeding hearts to in-
sist that the new group in government rectify a situation
in a period of 10 months that we have been 10 years
getting in to. It's too much to hope for.
Like Senator Mike Mansfield, we think we would do
better by our position in Vietnam and by our country to
lay off the criticism for a period of time put forth
a united front, and we would probably do as much g6od
for our Vietnam situation as we would by dropping a
nuclear bomb in North Vietnam.
duct called' "New Beginning" be-
fore some 500 Dade County
beauty shop operators at the
DuPont Plaza Hotel recently. The
new product is a conditioner
which is placed on the hair prior
to the bleaching, tinting or.
coloring and speeds up the pro-
cess some 70 or 80 percent.
What this means to the woman
who "Only her hairdresser
knows for sure" is that, instead
of spending from six to eight
hours for a complete shampoo,
set, dry, coloring and comb-out,
she can become a blonde in a
matter of minutes.
In this "instant" age with num-
erous "instant" food products
it figures that the cosmetic in-
dustry would come up with "in-
stant" hair coloring.
The 'Philadelphia based com-
pany, realizing that the general
public and beauty shop experts
in particular are skeptical of
most new products, decided to
conduct a public demonstration
of their product with two models
to show how it is possible to
make a complete change in a
matter of minutes. It was actual-
ly accomplished in 25 minutes
while, with another model, a
tint took 11 minutes. The two
processes, without the use of the
"New Beginning" conditioner,
normally takes an hour and a
half to two hours.
Arthur Salaman, vice-president
in charge of sales for the com-
pany, explained the nature of
the product which is compatible
with any brand or type of color-
ing. It is not a bleach or color
itself, just an innocent looking
tube of liquid in a little plastic
bottle, which speeds up the abil-
lity of a color solution to "take"
on a women's hair.
The demonstration consisted of
taking the bottle with its appli-
cator and moistening the model's
scalp. In two minutes the hair-
dresser was through and then
proceeded with the normal
bleach and toning process.
Before actually placing the
new product, on the market it
was tested for over five years
and found to be completely safe
on every type of hair.
'"Why, you can even drink it,"
pointed out President Harvey
Birdman. And he proceeded to
do so, to the amusement of all
present. Although it is not ne-
cessary to drink the new product,
John Roth, vice president of Le-
Ro Corporation of Coral Gables,
manufacturer's representative in
the area, said, "It may revolu-
tionize the hair makers in the
So it appears it is now much
more fun becoming a blonde than
it used to be. Maybe blondes
really do have more fun.
"Midget Investments With
For Good Fishing
In Panhandle Area
Although fishing is not as good
at this time in October as North-
west Florida anglers have come to
expect each year, fair catches of
bluegill, bass and crappie are com-
ing to stringers throughout the 16
county area, according to the Game
and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
Unseasonably warm weather gen-
erally is blamed for the slow and
erratic bass activity which usually
is high in the Panhandle in Oc-
tober and November.
Shellcracker are fair in Chipola
River and the mouth of Cypress
Creek leading into Dead Lakes.
Bass fishing is going best with
Yellow Sally lures with oprk rind
and Devil Horse baits preferred in
Reports are scanty or totally
lacking from the Apalachicola Ri-
ver and its tributaries, but the
water conditions are good there
and fishing is expected to be
about on par with the rest of the
Bream fishermen interested in
spots where the panfish are rated
best are directed to Lake Wimico
and the Chipola River.
Anglers out for bass likely will
do well in Lake Wimico, streams
in Franklin County and the Apa-
lachicola River and its tributaries.
While fishing this week com-
paratively is slow, due primarily
to low fishing pressure and scanty
reporting, the fact remains that
the Panhandle has' the best po-
tential for fall and winter fishing
that the area has had in years.
Recent rains and high water,
which has now regained normal
and is the right color, definitely
has helped the outlook for the im-
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What about those
Big, Bad Florida High
amazing Sharks whipping up on .those
Demons like that!
Hardly anybody in town though the Sharks would win against
Florida High, but they just kept on keeping on Friday night until
they pulled the contest out of the fire. And they did it with a
maneuver they haven't accomplished all season blocking a
With a little bit of luck and concentration toward keeping
too much confidence at bay, the Sharks could very well have an
undefeated season this year a happening that has been very
rare for the Sharks.
Saturday offered so many opportunities for a man, that it was
hard to make a decision as to what to do as a matter of fact, the
past two Saturdays have been this way. One could go dove shoot-
ing, watch the world series, watch football or listen to football over
the radio afterr he had read the morning paper, of course). I decided
to watch the World Series, since I had to write this guff some time
Saturday, I decided to do it right after the game was over. I have
been an Oriole fan since shortly after they moved to Baltimore,
and, after watching Saturday's game, I believe they will take the
series in five games.
Everyone is amazed at the Mets, but I think the Mets are too
amazed at themselves being in the World Series to do much about
We want to welcome John and Barbara Braun to town with
their new Sears Catalog Sales store. Their addition to Reid Ave-
nue will help'the business in our town, from one end to the other.
It's been too long since we had a new business open here in Port
St. Joe, and theirs is a welcome sight.
John and Barbara come from Illinois, near Chicago, and they
are glad to get away from the hard winters. John was remarking
the other day that it just didn't seem right to him to be running
air conditioners here in the middle of October. But, that's Florida
Before I sign off this stuff for this week, I've got to tell you the
latest about the covey of quail that lives over in our part of town.
You remember, a few weeks back, we told you- of the covey and
how it feeds in the yards in our area, and in Constitution Park
just across the street. The covey isn't large, but they are .pretty
Every morning, I look out my bedroom window to see if the
quail are around. Some mornings they are and others they are not.
The other day, as usual, I slung a leg off the side of the bed,
pulled back the drapes and sure enough, there were the quail,
feeding in the park across the street. But something was differ-
ent this particular morning. They had a banty rooster with them.
Somewhere in their range, they had picked up a banty rooster
and he was moving along with the quail, big as you please, feed-
ing with them and taking his turn at lookout.
What do you do to a quail who is a-chicken thief?
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High School Juniors May Register
F N t l Merit Scholarship Tests
EUI I1 i IVu IUI onV 1lnBl i
Port St. Joe High School students [Merit Scholarship competition is to
who expect to complete their secon- take the National Merit Scholar-
dary school requirements and to ship Qualifying Test (NMSQT). The
enter college in 1971 (Juniors) can test will be given in the school at
register now to participate in the 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, February 17,
1970-71 National Merit Scholarship 1970.
Program, Counselor Zack A. Wuth- Taking the NMSQT is also the
rich announced today. first step for students who wish to
The first step for all students participate in other scholarship
who wish to enter the nationwide programs adminintered by the Na-
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Long Avenue WMU Morning Circle
Organizes for New Church Year
Florida Scouts Will Attend Ross
Allen-Silver Springs Encampment
The Morning WMS of the Long man, Mrs. Danny Maddox; Group Between 3,500 and 4.000 Boy 1 awards will be made "for originali-
Avenue Baptist WMU met last leaders, Bible Study I, Mrs. William Scouts and their leaders from the. ty of the skills presented."
tional Merit Scholarship Corpora- Tuesday at the church at 9:00 a.m. Wood; Bible Study II, Mrs. N. G. North Florida Council, Boy Scoutsl Special demonstrations w'il be
clude tion (NMSC). These programs in- for th monthly general WMS meet- Martin; Bible Study III, Mrs. Ray- of America, will gather at the held for the Scouts at the Ross Al-
clude the National Achievementsing. Eighteen members were pres- mond Hardy; Prayer I, Mrs. Joe Scout campgrounds at Florida's len Reptile Institute on Saturday
Scholarship Program for outstand-l ent. McLeod; Pianist, Mrs. M. L. Britt; Silver Springs, Friday, October 17,' afternoon, and Scouts and their
ing Negro students andTh call to prayer for the mis- Chorister, Mrs. John Hanson and for the Annual Ross Allen-Silver leaders are also scheduled to tour
Scholarship programs admindustered- sionaries was directed by Mrs. Publicity, Mrs. H. L. Ford. Springs encampment, the Springs at that time.
al firms. Danny Maddox. The goals for the new year were Scouts from Northern and Cen- A big campfire program has been
NMSQT participants pay a $1.25 Mrs. David Jenkins, assisted by presented, also the plans for the tral Florida are expected to be arranged for the amphitheatre on
test fee. If an unusually promising Mrs. Harold Raffield, directed a year based on the Achievement joined by boys from several South- the campgrounds for Saturday
student is unable to pay the $1.25 study session from the Royal Ser- Guide. eastern states, including Georgia, night at 8 o'clock. Scouts will parti-
test fee, it will be paid by NMSC at vice magazine entitled, "A Spark Mission Action project for Oc- South Carolina and Alabama. cipate in the program by present-
the request of his principal. Catches Fire", showing the begin- tober is giving to State Mission of- The theme of this year's encamp- ing short acts and skits, an var-
the request of his principal. Catches Fire", showing 01s"I out officials will talk to the
When his NMSQT scores are re- nings of religious liberty and the fering and hurricane Camille re- ment is "Adventure Unlimited," gathering, The public is invited to
ported, each participating student first missionary movements in lief. and will feature the woodcraft attend.
will receive a handbook to help America. Mr. W rrll th WMU diskills of the many troops in atten-
him understand his scores and com- Highlights of the first chapter Mrs. W. J Ferrell, the yM di- Demonstrations of these The encampment will break up
pare his test performance with that of "Changes and Choices" were rector, closed the meeting with a skis will take place Saturday on Sunday morning following
of other high school students across given by Mrs. W. M. Chafin. prayer. morning, October 18, and special church services on thegrounds.
tafs morning, October 18, and special church services on the-grounds.
the country. The handbook, which The following officers were pre-
contains information about making sented: CLASSIFIED ADS
college choices and financing a col- President, Mrs. W. M. Chafin; You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
lege education, is furnished as a Secretary,,-Mrs. J. C. Odum; Mis- Midget Investments ith
part of reporting the student's test sion Study Chairman, Mrs. David Giant Returnm LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
results. Other interpretive mater-Jenkins; Mission Support Chair-VE UE I
ials are sent to the school. Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
The highest-scoring students in
each state will be named Merit Pro-
gram Semifinalists and will be eli-
gible for Merit Scholarship consid-
eration. In addition to the National
Merit Schdlarship financed b y
PatriciaF. Spears Se
In National Scholars
NMSC, more than 400 business cor- Patricia F. Spears, daughter of and Political Science from the
portions, foundations, colleges, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Spears of Port Florida State University. Before
professional associations, unions, St. Joe, has been selected as a coming to FSU to do graduate work,
trusts, other organizations, and in- scholarship participant in a Nation- she was an instructor and depart-
div i dua s offer scholarships al workshop sponsored by The Na- meant head in social studies in the
through the Merit Program. tional Conference of Christians and Brevard County Public School Sys-
About 21,800 students have won Jews to be held in Miami Beach, ter
Merit Scholarships in the fourteen October 26-30. This year's work-
Sprograms to date Approximately shop is entitled "Violence in Our
3125 new winners of Merit Scholar- Snorety: The Effects of Discrimin-
ships entered college this fall. ation Upon Children and Youth".
___--Recommendations from this con-
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President's White House Committee
on Children and youth of America. \" 7
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BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -........ 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................. 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ._... 7:30 P.M.
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Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
Miss Spears was selected as a
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Family Uses 250
Gals. Water Daily
The Tupelo Soil and\Water Con-
servation District has a question
for you: "Can you guess how much
water your family uses each day?"
How much water your family
uses each .day for drinking, cook-
ing, bathing, laundering, watering
'the. lawn? You're right if you
guessed that the average is 250
gallons a day for each member of
your family- One thing we need
plenty of is good, clean water. And,
as our population grows, we'll need
more arid more. The Tupelo Soil
and Water Conservation District is
working to keep our water clean
and plentiful. Lend them'your sup-
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Contact you Soil Conservation
Service representatives in the Coun-
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THE STAlt Part Sy. Joe, Florida
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Follow Port St. Joe
's Sharks This Season
They Deserve Your Support
"THE FIGHTING SHARKS"
FRONT ROW, left to right: Lawrence Bowen, Mike White,
Barron Abrams, Billy Glenn Harper, Tyler Smith, Jimmy
Griffin, Richard Anderson, Norman Freeman and Guerry
Reeves. SECOND ROW, left to right: Ken Whittle,
Steve Hattaway, John Scott, Steve Atchison, Wayne Russ,
Lewis Lindsey, Charles Givens, Kloskia Lowery and
Charles Britt. THIRD ROW, left to right: George Wil-
liams, Norris Langston, Dennis Atchison, Archie Shackel-
PORT ST. JC
ford, Jim Faison, Perry Atkison, Phil Earley, Alan Ham-
mock, Harry Young and mgr. Marvin Adkins. FOURTH
ROW, left to right: Bob Lyles, Craig Davis, Chuck Rob-
erts, Eddie Holland, Adrian Gant, Steve Bass, Rodney
Nobles, Buddy Boyette, Jimmy Lancaster and Larry
McFarland. Not pictured: Mike Wimberly, Charles
Smith and Chris King.
SEPTEMBER 19, WEWAHITCHKA Home
SEPTEMBER 26, CHATTAHOOCHEE ---- Away
OCTOBER 3, BAKER Home
OCTOBER 10, FLORIDA HIGH Away
OCTOBER 17, MONTICELLO Home
OCTOBER 24, CHIPLEY Away
OCTOBER 31, APALACHICOLA Home
NOVEMBER 7, GODBY Away
NOVEMBER 14, WAKULLA Home
NOVEMBER 21, BLOUNTSTOWN Away
FRIDAY 8:00 P. M.
ST. JOE MATERIALS, Inc.
Ready Mixed Concrete
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
Standard Oil Company
ST. JOE STEVEDORING CO.
BASIC MAGNESIA, Inc.
Port St. Joe, Florida
PREVATT FUNERAL HOME
24 Hour Ambulance Service
COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
24 Hour Ambulance Service
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Port St. Joe
ST. JOSEPH TEL. and TEL. CO.
"Call Someone Long Distance"
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
Your NAPA Parts Dealer
ST. JOE PILOTS' ASSOCIATION
David B. Maddox
Apalachicola Northern Railroad Co.
Serving Northwest Florida's Industrial Center
ST. JOE ECON-O-WASH LAUNDRY
and MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY
"Make Your House A Home"
HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance for Every Occasion
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Your Davis Tire Dealer
BOYLES' DEPARTMENT STORE
"Pay Cash and Pay Less"
PURE SERVICE STATION
Robert Sewell, Owner
GULF SERVICE STATION
AUBREY R. TOMLINSON
PATE'S SHELL SERVICE CENTER
Shell Oil Products Firestone Tires
DAIRY-BURGER SANDWICH SHOP
Drop by After the Game for A Snack
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
Two Registered Pharmacists to Serve You
COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"Your Store of Fashion"
ST. JOE HARDWARE COMPANY
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.
Easy Credit Low Prices
Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Assoc.
at Port St. Joe
Roche's Furniture and Appliance Store
Frigidaire Appliances Magnavox and Sylvania TV
E SWATTS & PARKER MOTOR CO.
Auto Repairs and Sales
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Loss of Communication Biggest Danger-
To Come from County Consolidation
TALLAHASSEE, The biggest counties, he indicated that one plus
danger in moves toward consolida- factor might be a greater flexibility
tion of small counties in Florida in concentrating the efforts of law
would be the loss of communica- enforcement agencies is that cen-
tion with the people being served tralization consolidates facilitiates
according to a Florida State Uni- training and research."
versity professor. "Consolidation probably brings
about greater economic efficiency
"When government agencies con- if that is your only goal," said
solidate and become highly centra- Czajkoski. "The simple goal of eco-
lized, they find it difficult to re- nomic efficiency (input vs. output)
present the small communities be- may be the best thing for business'
cause of the lack of close touch but I can't say it would always be
with the people they serve," said best for government
Dr. Eugene H. Czajkoski. "Some of "Thehuman relations aspect and
our federal agencies today that the need for any government agen-
have consolidated and become cy to respond to a variety of poli-
centralized are now trying to re- tical and social demands frequently
establish contact with their clients override the goal of efficiency," he
by establishing semi-autonimous re- sid.,
gional offices." One solution Czajkoski suggested
Consolidation or centralization is that small Igovernment compon-
probably is "more efficient" from ents, such as the sheriff and police
the sterile engineering point of department, be allowed to retain
view, stated Czajkoski, but when autonomony but organize together
government agencies do consoli- for mutual use of their manpower
date they must increase efforts to and facilities. He suggested that a
keep in contact with the people planning and coordinating element
they serve, on the state level could be establish-
In most cases, the communities ed.
are reluctant to give up local con- In the future, Czajkoski suggests
trol of such agencies as the city that governmental agencies will
police or sheriff's departments, for move toward centralization but at
fear of losing a close tie with the the same time make greater efforts
agencies and no longer being able in communications with local conm-
to influence them. munities by maintaining branch of-
In the case of consolidating fices.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969 PAGE FIV3
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Florida Voters Will Decide On Single Lades on uon tro
Constitutional Amendment November 4 Pant Sets
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA earmarked for higher education I
Florida voters will go to the polls bonds, and could not be used for Ladies Ne
November 4 in a general election any other purpose.
to mark a slim ballot which lists Legislative committees have comrn- Junior anm
only one statewide issue a pro- puted the building needs of the un- / I F m
posed constitutional amendment iversities, junior colleges and vo- Vest or dress top and match- /'7 f LL
to reinstate bonding authority for cationl-technical schools to 1975 at ing pants. Flare leg. Sizes 10 f \
state university, junior college and $443.9 million. These needs were to 18.n/ a- j- ....
vocational-technical center build- computed on the basis of projected o I Infant's a
ings. i enrollments and square footage per __ i T 'C
A light turnout is in prospect student required for various acade- -- i
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ballot. School millage elections and ment is passed, approximately $160 WIATHM D Girl's trip]
local referenda matters are sched- million will be generated through WEA T E V
uled in a few scattered counties, the sale of bonds to finance that BOBBY DUD
,The State Board of Education amount of the total needs.
and other public and private p r- Without the amendment, 1the in- CA S -
ganizations have been urging a stitutions would have only about Ladies fir
favorible vote on the Education $82 million to finance buildings up
Building Amendment as a means to 1975 on a pay-as-you-go basis. '
of financing about half of the facil- This amount would be available 0 -
ities heeded for enrollments which from surplus in the utility gross I Perma-press. Unheard of value.
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T. Christian said that unless the ren'ly out. ta, ding bo 'is Gi l's size 4-6x $1 1 88
amendment is passed, the universi-1 If the amendment should pass, v COTTO
ties, junior colleges, and vocation-'appr x'- ately $46 million would
al-technical schools will be forced be released from sale of the bonds Whether it'
to restrict enrollments within the early next year as compared to Missy Denim Stretch :-. comfort. Ex
next few years. !only about $6 million on a pay-as- FLARE LEG ,-., -
The bonding authority under you-go basis. FLA E u
which the state has been financing Building needs of the nine state N
capital outlay for the universities, universities have been computed at A
junior colleges and vocational- $175.1 million to 1975. The 28 jun- T,,. .. 1 Group.
technical schools since 1963 expired ior colleges will need $146.2 mil- 1 McGee shi
on June 30, 1969 under a provision lion, and the 23 vocational-techni-
of the new state constitution. cal centers will require $36.3 mil-
This bonding authority was con-lion. R regular $
trained in a 1963 constitutional a- By conservative estimates, the en- 5-0% polye
amendment which was approved by. rollments in these institutions will Also lined cotton. Values ,/ | V
Florida voters by an overwhelming increase from 214,247 in 1968 to to $5.00 or more in these. m 's a
two-to-one vote. Under this pro- 410,928 in 1975. The enrollments by Sizes '7 to 18. Tailored ii
gram, proceeds of the revenues de- areas in the fall of 1968 and pro-
rived from the utilities gross re- jected enrollments for 1975 are: Un-
ceipts tax were earmarked for a iversities 60,386 and 128,998 junior
fifty-year period beginning January colleges 112,808 and 176,000' and a ta t 17 .L. m y w v -
1, 1969 for retirement of the bonds. vocational-technical centers 40,963 and that the 1970 Legislature must young people an adults with vary-
I ".and 10,. come up with some new plan of ing educational backgrounds can
Christian said that passage of the and 105,930. financing the remaining construe- prepare themselves to increase
amendment would continue an Christian said that passage of tion required. their earning power and their con-
existing program and would not the Education Building Amendment "Passage of this constitutional tributions to their state and com-
require any new taxes since the on November 4 would take care amendment will benefit all Florida munity. In this way the per-capita
utilities tax funds already were of about half of the total needs, citizens," Commissioner Christian income of all Floridians will" be
said. raised and the entire state will pro-
"It will provide a means whereby fit."
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by CHARLES REEVES Florida.
County Forester Within recent years, however,
i .- woods arson in Florida has been
steadily reduced. The current inci-
Why do people start forest fires? (b) Fires set to attain a goal of dence of incendiary fires averages
Incendiary forest fires, according personal satisfaction or gain ex- some 36 to 40 per cent.
o the Division of Forestry, usually amples would range from spite a- Dedicated work by investigators
an be traced to one of four mo- against other ownership, even to of the Division of Forestry, county,
ives: setting forest fires "to make the and local law enforcement officers
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economic gain for example of land for hunting or grazing may Spotting of arsonists from aircraft
economic gain for examples be a factoroI
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camouflage, or to set a fire to de- The trend in Florida toward less
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RAGE SIX TH~ STAR. F-on St. Joe. Florida THURSDAY, OCTOB~ 16, 1969
Mrs. Eldridge Money Hostess to Meeting
Of Pentecostal Women's Auxiliary
The regular monthly meeting of song, "It Is Glory Just to Walk
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Pen- With Him" was sung by Mrs. Mo-
tecostal Holiness Church on Gar- ney and Mrs. Lollie.
rison Avenue was held Monday A gift was given each lady by
evening, October 13, at the homeJ MClamma, president.
of Mrs. Eldridge Money. Members Jean McCa a president.
present were Mrs. Maine Money, Plans were made for the month-
Mrs. Pat Atkins, Mrs. Avery How- ly project and Maxine Money was
ell, Mrs. Jean McClamma, Mrs. Wil- elected delegate to the quarterly
lie Mae Lollie and Mrs. Sharon conference to be held at Apalachi-
Everett. cola in November, with Willie Mae
The auxiliary song was sung and Lollie as alternate delegate.
Mrs. Money gave a devotion on, Refreshments were served at the
"Walking with Christ". A special conclusion of the meeting.
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Junior Miss Carole Lamberson and the can.
dates to succees her, from left. to right: Debbie
kes, Laura Guilford, Kay Holland, Shirley
antley, Brenda Wall, Pam Wilson, Kathie Sutton,
Judy .Stone and Judy Moore. The girls enjoyed: a
get-together at Miss Lamberson's home Saturday
Jr. Miss Contestants Honored
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Kennedy of Port St. Joe, announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jennifer,
to Norman V. Holley, son of Mrs. Esther Holley of Blountstown and
the late Verle Holley.
Miss Kennedy is a graduate of Port St. Joe High School and is
employed with the Department of Agriculture in Tallahassee.
Mr. Holley is a graduate of Chipola Junior College, and Flor-
ida State University with a degree in accounting. He is employed
with the Department of Education in Tallahassee.
The wedding will be an event of December 20 at 7:00 p.m. in
the Highland View Baptist Church.
Beta Sigma Phi Area
Council to Meet Here
The Gulf Area Council of Beta
Sigma Phi will meet Sunday, Oc-
tober 19, at the Centennial Build-
ing in Port St. Joe. The two lo-
cal chapters, Xi Epsilon Kappa and
Eta Upsilon, will be hosts to the
Council for the district meeting
The Gulf Area Council includes
all clubs from Pensacola to Talla-
hassee, approximately 40 in num-
ber. Each club will send as many
representatives as possible, with
the hope of winning the attendance
The business meeting will begin
at 11:00, proceeded by the devo-
tional by Mrs. Joe Parrott. Follow-
ing the luncheon, a wig fashion
show will be presented under the
direction of the entertainment
chairman, Gladys Brown.
Door prizes will be given at
intervals throughout the meeting.
These gifts have been donated by
the members of the local chapters
and local merchants.
The Sorority would like to wel-
come these ladies'to Port St. Joe
and hope their visit here is plea-
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agitation, insuring a uniform-
ly clean wash.
Port St. Joe's Junior Miss con-
testants were honored Saturday
evening with an informal party
given by Carole Lamberson in
her home on Westcott Circle.
Refreshments of cranberry floats,
cookies, mints, cake and chips
were served from a table over-
laid with an avocado green cloth
and centered with a Junior Miss
doll in her pageant gown.
Carole, who is Port St. Joe's
Junior Miss for 1969, and a con-
testant in the state contest in
Pensacola last January, gave her
guests 'a chance to ask questions
about participation in the Pa-
geant and related areas, and a
lively discussion session follow-
The Junior Miss program on
a local, state and national .level,
is a project of the Jaycees and
Jayceettes each year to find the
outstanding high school senior
girl in the nation. Selection is
made on the basis of character,
citizenship, high school activi-
ties, scholastic, ability, personal
imbjition., an, lady-like poise and'
demeanor. State and nationlI
winners receive valuable college
scholarships and other prizes.
The local winner also receives
valuable prizes from businesses
in our area, and the, chance\ to
participate in the state Pageant.
Port St. Joe's Junior Miss for
1910 will be crowned on Satur-
day evening, November 8, at the'
Pageant to be held in the Cen-
New Committee is
Named by Auxiliary
The new pick-up and marking
committee for the Hospital Aux-
iliary Thrift Shop are Mrs. Willis-
ton Chason and Mrs. Bill Ham-
Anyone having articles they,
wish to donate to the Thrift Shop
tennial Building, and one of the
contestants pictured above will
represent our city in Pensacola
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Odom of'
Port St. Joe are announcing the,
final wedding plans of their daugh-
ter, Johnnie Marrie to George C.
Vathis. son of Mr. and Mrs. Costa
N. 'Vathis of Panama City.
may call any of these ladies or The bride-elect was graduated
take them to the Thrift Shop on from Port St. Joe High School in
Wednesday morning from 9:30 to 1969 and is presently employed
11:00. with the City of Port St. Joe.
Thrift Shop workers for Friday, The groom-elect is serving' in
October 17 are Mrs. Robert Free- the United States Navy.
man and Mrs. Tom Parker, Jr. The wedding will be an event
__ .___ of October 18 at 8;0p p.m.. in the
CARD OF THANKS Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church at Port St. Joe. A recep-
We would like to take this op- n for the bride and groom will
., tion for the onie and groom will
portunity to express our sincere follow the wedding in the, Social
thanks to the doctors and the ll the wedding th
staff, of Municipal Hopit1. an Hall of the church.
staff, of llunicipal Hospital. an ,
to all those who have extended All friends and' relatives of the
their kindness prayer's and sympa 'couple ar, invited to' attend.
rth tous during the loss of our
lo e one. -- CLA SSIFIED A DS
May God bless each and every
one of you. Midget Investments .vith
The family of ntReturns
Gerald Edwin McGill, Sr.
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Helene's Announces .
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Hand-made Synthetic French Wigs
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'315 Williams Ave.., Phone 227-T7616,
Xi Epsifon Kappa Chapter Meets W
At Florida Power Corporation Lounge
The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter ter at the Valentine Ball. She will
of Beta Sigma Phi met October 7 also compete, by her submitted
at the Florida Power Lounge. The photograph, with candidates from
president, Flo Maddox, presided chapters all over the world. The ,'
over the meeting. Xi Epsilon Kappa chapter is very
During the committee reports, proud to have Sissy Farris as their
Betty Lewis, ways and means queen.
chairman, announced that the "Cas- At the conclusion of the busi-
serole" and "Dessert" cook -books ness meeting, the program, entit-
have arrived. The price is $3.00 per led "Down Under" was presented
book and can be bought from any by Martha Sanborn. She gave an
member. Christmas card orders interesting account of the people
are still being taken also. t in Australia including religion,
Gulf Area Council chairman, politics and economics.
Lynda Sullivan, reported that the The meeitag was adjourned fol-
fish fry was very successful and I lowed by refreshments furnished
expressed thanks for the good par- by the hostess Shirley Daniels.
ticipation. The next meetings will be held
As the highlight of the meeting, October 21 at the- home of Samme
a member was selected as Valen- Dean. The program will be pre-
tine Queen to represent the chap- sented by CarsEl B&sh
'Wrmsp I i~a~ c-~0 II -~ I i I ,,
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THESTA, -or St Je, lorda THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969
WE USE HEALTH SAVE A TAX SYSTEM
Bookkeeping system. Receipt given with each
prescription for income tax or insurance purposes.
If lost, we have a permanent record for you on our
family medical record, with idiosyncrasies. Have
your doctor phone us or bring your prescription in
for these complete records.
JUST ANOTHER SERVICE RENDERED
YES, WE'RE STILL OLD FASHIONED
Here at SMITH'S PHARMACY, we still feel that
every customer is our personal friend, and we'll do
our best to satisfy his personal or medicinal require-
We're Old Fashioned too, in that we are one
of the few remaining FULL SERVICE drug stores-
Soda Fountain, Tobacco Department, Cameras and
Film, Cosmetics, Greeting Cards, Stationery-and' of
course, our complete Prescription Department. We
carry not only the newest drugs and sundries,, but
the 'slow-pokes' as well. Need any Pumice Stone?
Shoe Strings? Camphor Gum? Father John? or
Swamp Root? we've got 'em all. TRY SMITH'S
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Drive In Window for Prescriptions At Rear of Store,
PHONE 227-5111 236 REID AVENUE
Sorority Meets With
Mrs. Zack Wuthrich Garden Club Has Initial Meeting
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta In New Garden Center Building
sigma Phi met October 7 in the
home of Mrs. Zack Wuthrich, with The Port St. Joe Garden Club provements to be mac
the president, Mrs. Wuthrich, pre- met for the first time in the Gar- ney was available.
siding over the business meeting. den Center on Eighth Street last In Horticulture, a:
The meeting was opened with
everyone reciting the opening rit-
ual. Committee reports were given
Thursday with the president, Mrs.
J. C. Arbogast, presiding. There
were 13 members present.
Ie as the mo-
n article on
bulbs was read by Ruth Hammond
in the absence of Ethel Bridges.
i Mrs. Dave Jones led a round ta-
eb l discussion on Herbaceous per-
and Mrs. Vince Kilbourn reported The treasurer's report was giv- ennials, with each member taking
the fish fry was a great success, en and accepted along with the pa t
!Plans were also discussed for Gulf proposed budget. The building The Ground Committee report by
I Area Council which will meet here committee reported that cement Ruth Nance was read by Mrs. Ar-
Ion October 19. steps had been donated by C. G.bogast due to her absence.
SMrs. Tom Culpepper presented a Costin, Sr., and that Vitro Corpor- It was unanimously agreed upon
very interesting program on "Her ation, thanks to John Hanson, had that the club be listed in the Band
Crowning Glory". Mrs. Culpepper removed tihe crosses from the top ae b ise n the
Crown ryof the building. Th cluboffers.its Calendar. for this year. On the
presented ideas for prop of the proper care dishes the club is collecting, it was
of the hair thanks to these people for their found that' some items are still
Iof the hair :help. A general discussion was needed.
After the closing ritual everyone held on thebuildig -and it was announced by e e
enjoyed the social hour which fol- decided that windows-be purchas- It was announced byhe presi-
lowed. ed -ind installedwith other m- dent that at theDistrict Meeting
S-would be-held at the Marianna
Country Club on the Air Base High-
I SF0 SDAYSway on October 16. Registration
LOSE 10 POU DS IN 10 DAYS will beginat 9:00 a.m., CST.
Follow this MAGIC DIET and lose 10 pounds in 10 days on, A discussion was held on the
a money back guarantee. Thousands have lost weight by the spaghetti supper that is to be No-
MAGIC DIET. You, too, can lose 10 pounds in 10 days. It really vember 14. The hostesses, Mrs.
works. Try it for 10 days and you will lose weight-and-best of Cecil Hewett and Mrs. 0. C. Ham-;
all-you can eat alj, you want every meal. Ydbi eliminatae starches mond, served delicious refresh-
and sugars. It's the combinatiozl of foods plus grapefruit juice ments of coffee, nuts, hand made
which helps burn up liquids which form fat. Order your MAGIC mints' and pineapple upside down
DIET today. Send $2.00 to MAGIC DIET, P. 0. Box 2344, Panama cake. An interesting flower ar-
S City, Florida. rangement was .brought by Mrs.
S- ....... Neva Crxton.
1 :zmY -
Jr. Miss Contestants
Kathie Sutton is the daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Fred W. Sutton.
She is president of the Port St. Joe Chapter of the National Honor
Society, business manager of the Yearbook staff, a member of the
keyettes, the band and the Student Council. Kathie plans to attend
the University of Florida and major in Physical Therapy. Some of
her hobbies are sewing, playing the piano and painting.
Shirley Cantley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cantley.
She is a member of the Keyettes, Pep Club, band and is the trea-
surer of the Student Counicil and secretary-treasurer of the Senior
Executive Board. Humanities is her, favorite subject and she plans
to attend Gulf Coast Junior College. Shirley enjoys all water sports
and is an avid football fan.
We will be seeing these girls in ,the Port St. Joe Junior Miss
Pageant November 8 at the Centennial Building.
Junior High Sharks Win Another One
Port St. Joe's Junior Sharks scorg ending in an 8-8 tie.
chalked up another win here Thurs-1 The Sharks play tonight in We-
.day night to make their record 3-0 wahitchka with the kickoff at
for the season. It was an 8-2 victory 7:30 p.m.
over the Quincy Tigers. I
Both teams left the field at half!
time with no score, but in the third I d -
quarter, Billy Kelly made the Wedding Plans Told
touchdown the" Sharks needed to
win the ,game. David Givens ran I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mizener
the ball for the two extra points., of the Canal Zone announce the
, The Tigers got in their only wedding plans of their daughter,
scoring with a field goal later on a Ann, to John F. Sullivan,
in th same quarter, ison of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Sul,
The best job as back for the livan of Belleville, N, J,
game was done by Thadus Russ. I The wedding will take place gat-
Recognition as outstanding line- urdak, October 18 at 11:00 a.m. in
men goes to, Murray Smith and St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Greg Goodman. \ No invitations are being sent,
The ninth grade played the but all friends and relatives are
game without their usual, help invited to attend. A reception will
from the eighth grade team. follow at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
There was also an eighth grade J. D. Davis, 1012 Woodward Ave-
game earlier that evening with the nue.
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LET A PROFESSIONAL
There's nothing to equal the lift you get
from having your hair done by a real expert!
Let us demonstrate how a new hairstyle can
Barbara Brogdon is pleased to announce that
has joined her at the Idle Hour Beauty Shop. Drop
in today and see Barbara and Carolyn, or call 229-
6201 for your friendly downtown beauty shop.
IDLE HOUR BEAUTY SHOP
Reid Avenue Phone 229-6201
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PAGE EIGHT ThE STAR. Port Si. Jo., Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969
FEATURING THIS WEEK
Choice Beef Specials
EVERY CUT GUARANTEED TO YOUR SATISFACTION F
MONARCH YELLOW CLING
SLICED OR HALVED
now and save
PRICES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 15 THROUGH OCTOBER 18
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
DEL MONTE PINK PINEAPPLE,
4 6V2 Oz.
Your Dollar Buys More at Piggly Wiggly
FAMOU BRAN NAM
FAMOUS BRAND NAME
ARGO SWEET GARDEN
FAMOUS BRAND NAME
ARGO CUT GREEN
COLONIAL LIMIT 1 BAG WITH $10.00 4
STAIN CHASING LIMIT 1 WITH $10.0(
GA. GRADE "A"
Med. Eggs 2
SLENDA SUE HALF GAL. CTNS.
. 16. c Mayonnaise
~-~p~L-DISCOUN SPEIAL! P~sLAIN or S. R.BZ
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! PLAIN or S. R.
FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS
8 Oz. Pkgs. Sea Pak Frozen Fish
STICKS 3 For
READ and SHOULDERS
FAMILY SIZE TUBE
Compare at $1.75 .
RIGHT GUARD COMPARE AT $1.59
DEODORANT --- 7 oz. can $1.18
VITALIS COMPARE AT 89c
HAIR TONIC---4 oz.btl. 78c
75 COUNT BOTTLE COMPARE AT 69c
AkKA SELTZER ----- btl. 59c
SAVOY BROILS Ib. 99c
ECONOMY MEAT SPECIALS
Fresh Meaty NECKBONE 3 lbs.
HOG MAW ---3 lbs'.
TURKEY NECKS -----3 lbs.
PIG FEET ----3 lbs.
INDIAN PASS BEST FRESH SHUCKED
OYSTERS pt. $1.19
FROSTY MORN BEST FRESH TENDER
SLICED BACON BEEF LIVER
lb. 79C lb. 39c
POPSRITE YELLOW--1 LB. BAGS
POPCORN 2 bags
DEL MONTE MEDIUM
PRUNES ----...--- lb. box
COFFEE-MATE-- 11 oz.
FANTASTIK --- 22 oz. 79c
WHITE 2.PLY FACIAL TISSUE-200 CT.
SCOTTIES --------- box 33c
ASSORTED COLORS FACIAL TISSUE-200 CT.
SCOTTIES --- -- box 33c
LADY SCOTT 2
roll pkg. 27c
1 lb. box 39c'
FRISKIES MEAT or KIDNEY 15 Oz. Cans
CAT FOOD---9 cans 99c
THE VERI-BEST PRODUCE
Pound 1 C,
THE VERI-BEST PRODUCE
New Crop Florida Grown
THE VERI-BEST PRODUCE
P~~PL. -e~p~~ls$, ~ssr~
88 OUNCE GLASS
LIMIT 1 Jar With $10.00 Order or More
Dairy Department Specials
8 Oz. Cans Pillsbury Buttermilk 4
BISCUITS 4 t 39c
1 Lb. Ctn. Blue Bonnet Whipped
HEAD and SHOULDERS
Bottle $ 14.o 8
COMPARE AT $1.65
GIVE YOUR PLEASURE IS OUR POLICY
WE GIVE .. .
FAMOUS S & H GREEN STAMPS
EQUAL TO SOME CHUCK
GOOD GROUND BEEF ----------lb. 69c
Doz 1 .0 EXTRA LEAN
o I.UU BEST GROUND BEEF ---- -------lb. 89c
GENUINE GROUND CHUCK---- lb. 99c
Ct 89c GROUND ROUND STEAK -------lb. $119
Ot6 1 9cUB S
| A FROZEN BEEF gQ
CO IU CUBE STEAKS 77C
LIMIT ONE BAG WITH
$10.00 OR MORE PIGGLY
F'a CL PB
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THE STR, Pot &. oe, Flrida HikbbY, OCTOBER 16, 1969
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969 PAGE NINE
RICH and SONS' IGA PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA:-
AT' LARGEST SELECTION EVER!
h Hallowe'en Candy
IGA FANCY SOLID PAK NO. 303 CANS
BLACKBURN NO. 5 JAR
IGA TALL CANS
3 LB. BAG
Save With IGA Bakery Products!
BROWN and SERVE
20 OUNCE LOAF
24 OUNCE LOAF
IGA WHOLE KERNEL or CREAM STYLE NO. 303 Cans
Golden Corn 3
BOUTIQUE FACIAL TISSUE 140 CT.
REG. or HARD TO HOLD
IGA HAIR SPRAY ----- 13 oz. can 59c
A REAL BARGAIN
NOTEBOOK FILLER PAPER ---- 50 ct.
BOTTLE OF 100
IGA ASPIRIN TABLETS -------- bt.
Ga. Grade 'A' Medium With, $10.00 Order or More
Sdoz. EGGS FREE
R I B S-------------lb. 68c
BAC 0 N l------- b. 78c
TABLERITE WIENERS ---------2 pkgs. 99c
CANNED HAMS ---------3 lb. can $3.29 .
SLICED BEEF LIVER ------------lb. 48c
FLA. or GA. GRADE "A" FRYER QUARTERS
FRYER LEG or BREAST----7-----lb. 38c
FRESH TABLERITE SMOKED
TABLERITE PORK CHOP SPECIAL
S8st- bC-icnic S ouelbr
Cus Cl.uts us lb.98 Picnic S oul e
Morton's Apple, Peach, Coconut-20 Oz.
GREEN GIANT 12 OZ. CANS
NIBLETS CORN ------------4 cans
CHOC. CHIP, DANISH SHORTBREAD and ASSORTED
BARBARA DEE COOKIES --- 3 bags $1.00
SALTINE CRACKERS ---------lb. box
STRAINED REG. JARS
GERBER BABY FOOD
&' i FLOUR
9 jars 99c
Pre-Sifted All-Purpose Robin Hood
With $10.00 Order or More
IGA Tablerite Cheese 2 Lb. Pkg.
KRAFT MIRACLE 6-STICK
OLEO ------ ----- lb. 33c
KRAFT PHILADELPHIA 8 OZ.
CREAM CHEESE ---- pkg. 33c
RICH'S IS YOUR FRUIT HEADQUARTERS
Fresh Fall FRUIT
Fill Your Freezer QUARTER BUSHEL
FRESH SHELLED DAILY
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
e 1.09 2
3 bags $1.00
FALL CROP FRESH
Field Peas lb. 10c
GOLDEN or RED DELICIOUS
3 bags $1.00
OCTOBER 15, 16, 17 and 18
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
MOPS---------- each 59c
McKenzie (With Snaps) 24 Oz. Pkg.
FIELD PEAS --------pkg.
IGA 2 Lb. Pkg.
FISH STEAKS ---- pkg.
I I ii IL Ild-I -~ __
I r '
3 d i
WE CASH AT RICHS -
series and a higan game Uo i. -,-. o. j v o ---
Melba also picked up the 5-10 split. St. Joe Furniture ------- 13 7
Mary Whitfield had the high ser- Pete Weed Acct. __-------- 9 11
ies of 418 for Pete Weed and Shir- Williams Alley Kats -- 7 13
C. H. Hatcher Feted by Forest Service
Workers On Eve of His Retirement
Florida Division of Forestry per-1 At the close of the program, Mr.
sonnel and their families staged a Hatcher was presented a new fish-
"going-away" supper for their ing outfit as an expression of ap-
friend and fellow employee, C. H. preciation from his fellow employ-
Hatcher, at Wetappo Tower site ees.
last Friday night.
After 12 years of work with the
Division (formerly the Florida For- Legal A dV.
est Service), Mr. Hatcher had to
retire due to poor health. He was NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
stricken with a heart attack on NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
February 27 while on duty in the the Board of County Commissioners
tower. He was taken to Blountstown of Gulf County, Florida, will hold
Hospital and, after receiving treat- a public hearing on October 28,
Hoith returned to thei towers 1969, at 7:00 o'clock p.m., EST, at
ment there, returned to the tower the usual meeting place in the
house. For several months, he was Courthouse building, Port St. Joe,
looking forward to getting back to Florida, for the purpose of deter-
work, but finally decided, to retire mining the advisability of closing,
S advice of his doctor. vacating, and abandoning the fol-
on the advice of his doctor. lowing described property, said
Over 100 friends, well-wishers, property being part of a 50 foot
and fellow employees gathered at alleyway in Block 4, Yon's Addition
the tower site to express their ap- to Beacon Hill, Gulf County, Flor-
preciation to Mr. Hatcher for the Commence at the Northern most
fine job he has done, and to enjoy corner of Lot 20, Block 4, Yon's
a period of fellowship and fine Addition to Beacon Hill, and ex-
food. The Division of Forestry's tend a line Westerly 50 feet to
"kitchen crew", under the supervi- the Southern most corner of Lot
kitchen crew8, under the supervi- Block,4, Yon's Addition to Bea-
sion of Investigator Floyd Nixon, con Hill; thence turn 90 degrees
did their usual fine job of prepar- left and run a distance of 50
ing oysters on the half shell, boiled feet; thence turn 90 degrees left
shrimp, fried mullet and csters,and run' a distance of 50 feet;
shrimp, fried mullet and thence turn 90 degrees left and
hushpuppies and cole slaw. The la- run a distance of 50 feet to the
dies brought baked beans, cakes point of beginning.;
and pies for dessert. By: LEO KENNEDY, Chmn.
Board of County Commission
Gulf County, Florida.
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk i
I-- '-- ---
.. .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
"** FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
e CIRCUIT IN THE STATE
These are OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
Danger GULF COUNTY
D ge i CHRISTINE BOND HUTTO,
for Batteries THEODORE H. HUTTO,
... 32 Defendant.
*.' NOTICE OF SUIT
.** TO: Theodore H. Hutto
',.,, '208 E. Dover Street
Easton, Maryland .31601
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
What hot weather starts, cold tion for divorce has been filed
weather finishes both extremes against you and you are required
drain battery power. But before to serve a copy of your written de-
you fill the air with electrifying senses, if any, to it on Tom R. Hay-
yoaths, starting us for and charging system. of ward, Plaintiff's attorney, whose
Wellyour starting d the real troubleging syswith address is 321 Magnolia Avenue,
outWe'll find the real trouble, with ion.Panama City, Florida, on or before
out obligation, the 10th day of November, 1969,
it battery trouble is and file the original with the Clerk
your problem, we carry of this Court either before service
and recommend the
finest NAPA bat- on the Plaintiff's attorney or im-
APAI series. There simply mediately thereafter; otherwise, a
isn't an iner battery default will be entered against you
prove it. for the relief demanded and the
complaint or protection.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on the 2nd day of
ST. JOE AUTO October, 1969.
Ss/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
PARTS CO., Inc. Clerk Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
PAGE TEN THE STAR, F-ort St. Joe., Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969
SAN Railroad 14and Team No. 6 fought it out with other two games.
n^ "- ^ AN Railroad. 6 1 Team No. 6 taking three games Standings W L
WB | ocSwatts and Parker------4 16 withJoyce rolling 153, 154 and a Diaryburger 16 4
1 --.- 407 series. Glidden's Mary A. had Glidden Co. 11 9
'- I Women's Winter ague games of 162, 146 and 144 with a Team No. 6 11 9
t Dairyburger went agains t Mar-i 452 series took one with the help Pate's Shell 10 10
1 1 -- ----- vin's on alleys 1 and 2, taking of her teammates. Marvin's 9 11
"- g^ ^sn\four games. Hazel had a high 161 of her teammates. arvin's 9 1
__ ^ 'while Connie and Evelyn had1 Wewa Band and Pate's Shell Wewa Bank 3 17
S" -three good games each for a 445 Service split two and two over on
-- "B--- i ,and 458 series respectively. Mar-! lanes 5 and 6. Wewa's Barbara Gulf County Men's League
vin's girls tried with Betty Barbee Owens rolled 202 and 145 games Bowling scores dropped some-
-- rolling a 376 series and Connie Al- and a 473 series. For Pate's, Lois what all across the alleys Monday
GulfCounty Lades League ley Whitfield had high game of ford throwing a 179 game and a'Smith's 164, 152 and 152 games night.
172. SGulf County hirley also picked up the370 series. and her 468 series and Brenda's On lanes 1 and 2, Costin's turn-
Lanes 1 and 2 saw St. Joe Kraft 5-10 hirley also pcked up While on lanes 3 and 4, Glidden 165 game and 407 series took the ed loose and whipped the Shirt
Lanes 1 and 2 saw St. Joe Kraft 5-10 split. and Trophy Center by taking three
take three out of four from AN
Railroad. Evelyn Smith was high On lanes 7 and 8, Williams Alley games. Ashley Costin again led
for St. Joe Kraft with a niceseries Kats finally got back into the Cosns wh a 52 enter had substitute
of 560 and a high game 222. Ann swing of bowling taking three out TrophWayne Ward leading the way witute
Neal was high for AN with a 462 of four from Florida First National P IiWayne Ward leading the way with
series and high game of 162. Bank. Norma Hobbs was high for a fine 553 series and a 216 game.
seriesthe Alley Kats with a 504 series Lanes 3 and 4 saw battle between
St. Joe Furniture cracked one and a high game of 210. Verna rflW Team No. 6 and Peak's Temko Sta-
of their rocks and Swatts and Par- Burch was high for Florida First tion (formerly listed is St. Joe
ker won one game while they were National with a 475 series and a g'i ljLixJ U Lanes) with Team No. 6 taking all
getting it fixed. They got it fixed 176 game four games. Again Simmons led
and won the other three games., Team No. 6 with a 479. Johnny Lin-
Brenda Mathes had a high series Evelyn Smith was the high bowl- LE ER HEADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS ton is still high for Temko Station
of 438 and high game of 166. Dot er for the night with a fine series with a 497.
had a 434 series to help out. High of 560 and a very good game of CIRCULARS FORMS BUSINESS CARDS On lanes 5 and 6 Rich's IGA kept
or Swatts and Parker was Patsy 222. BROCHURES SOCIETY PRINTING up, their winning ways by taking
Cooley with a 393 series and a Meet your team: St. Joe Steve- NGRAVING three from Team No. 8. Glen Wil-
high game of 149. dores; Dot Barlow, Loyce Beaman, l a s s4. J. Flint led Team No. 8Richs with
St. Joe Stevedores got their boat Betty Babee and Melba Barbee. E a54 J. Flint led Team No. 8 with
loaded by taking all four games yad b ehis 425 series.
rom Pete Weed Accounting on Standings W L E I Lanes 7 and 8 had the SJPC Mill-
anes 5 and 6. Melba Barbee was 'St. Joe Kraft 15 5 Letterpress Printing Offset Printing Office Supplies wrights taking all four from Camp-
tigh for the Stevedores with a 543 Florida 1st National .... 13 7 bell's Drugs. Buford Griffin led
-4- h M f 197 'qt J e Stevedores 13 7
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
I "Come and Worship God' With Us"
I rr I
but quite another thing
to do something about it,
Well, Florida Power is doing something about it. Like this super-size "ash tray" here being hoisted
at our Crystal River plant. It's one of eight giant collecting bins designed to gather soot and fly-asF
from stack emission from the new coal-fired Crystal River Unit Two scheduled to begin operation in December.
This bin is part of the new, elec-
trostatic precipitator, a highly
sophisticated device to "scrub" stack
emission'before it gets into the
Altogether, it's one of the best pol-
lution control devices available,
.costing several hundred thousand
dollars. Just part of the $1,500,000
Florida Power has spent during the
last five years to help us all breathe
helping to build better communities
SUPER-SIZED ASH TRAY
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
the Millwrights with a 498 series SJPC Millwrights ------14% 5%
while Campbell's had David Sey- Shirt and Trophy ------12 8
mour high with a 445. Team No. 6 --------- 10 10
SCome on men, let's see some Costin's 7% 8%
more of those over 500 series next Campbell's Drugs -- 8 12
week. Peak's Temko Sta. ----- 4% 15
Standings W L Team 8 3 15
Rich's IGA 16 3%
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
THUiRSDIAY, OCTOBER 16, 196 PAGE ELEVEN
I I & M A N. aM I Card of Thanks
"SUPER-RIGHT" HARD CORN FED WESTERN
MrsOPHC1/ PORK LOIN
P CENTER CUTHPS 99 SLIE 779
"Suoer-Riht" Rib End Cap'n John's Frozen
"Super-Right" Loin End
JANE PV R::ER FR1SH DUTCH APP
591 Flounder Fillets,
Mr. Tops Quick Frozen
LB. 69c CHEESE PIZZAS
LB. PKG. 69
- 12V4 Oz.
j -.A&P COUPON---
with this coupon
lo I when you buy'6 packages of 3 oz. g
JELL, JELL GELATIN
I AT YOUR FRIENDLY A&P FOOD STORE J I
1 6E PKGS. ONLY 60 o WITH/
ONE COUPON PER FAMILY OFFER EXPIRES OCT. 19, 1969 J
Janefarker Light Tender Cake (1 with each $3. purchase), 5erenace tcup,
1AN EL O3 C Saucer, Bread & Butter Plate, Dessert Dish or
ANGEL FOOD 13oz. stze DINNER PLATES yurchoice C
'a DINNER PLATE Yoeach 19
Jane Parker Fresh Crisp A&P (Limit 1 w/$5. or more order)
POTATO CHIPS 14 59C INST. COFFEE oz. ar 89
Marvel Banana, Choc. or Devils Food Marshmallow Gold Medal Ground i (4-oz. can 25c,
JUMBO PIES 3 boxes of 1210 BLACK PEPPER oz. can 10 O
DETERGENT! (Limit 1 of your choice w/$5 or more order
To the members of the Gulf Co.
Sportsmen's Club, Pete and myself
want to thank each one for the
warm fellowship, for those who
prepared the food, the members'
wives for their attentiveness and
cordially, and last but not least for
the kind things said about him in
presenting him with the beautiful
cigarette lighter (with his own
"Pete" engraved on it) and the at-'
tractive ice chest.
Forever we will be grateful for
men like you who want to help our
community by looking after wildlife
areas, and by being considerate of
Pete, who always tried his best to
be fair to all.
We want to continue to help
make this a better place to live,
and with the help of you good peo-
ple connected with the sportsman's
club and the people of Gulf County,
together we can, accomplish these
God bless you all in respecting
,the job that Phte undertook so
many years ago, giving it his best'
for, as you know, it wasn't always
Those who violated our wildlife
laws and were caught realize, we
know, that Pete was only doing his
job not always liking it, for
he is a man who loves people and
treasures friendships. But in every
job, there is bitterness near at hand
to the sweetness.
Whoever the next man is to take
Pete's place, let's help him to take
care of our wildlife. Thank you.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete LeGrone
Cadet Joe Hendrix
On Dean's List
MARION, ALA. Cadet Joseph
P. Hendrix, Jr. of Port St. Joe has
been named to the Dean's List at
Cadet Hendrix has been cited for
academic excellence for the first
grading period at/ the 128-year-old
military prep school and junior col-
lege. He is a college sophomore.
Cadet Hendrix recently received
a promotion to cadet sergeant in
Brigade Headquarters Company of
the Marion Institute.
He is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph P. Hendrix, Sr. of Port St.
by Florida Power Corporation
You must have this favorite cho-
colate candy recipe! It is fool-proof
and makes such a large quantity.
(About a shoe box full.) No candy
thermometer, or testing is neces-
sary. Time it, and it works! It was
contributed by a friend years and
years ago. If you have a boy or
girl away at school who wants some
homemade candy, try this.
4% cups white sugar
1 tall can pet milk
% stick butter
3 bags chocolate chips
3 large chocolate Hershey bars
2 cups nuts
1 pint Hypolite
1 pinch salt
Put on sugar, milk and butter.
After it starts to boil, time it for
boiling 4 minutes.
In a large bowl cut up the nuts,
bars and chips and pour in the Hy-
polite. Pour the hot mixture over
this, put in salt, pour into large pan
and let cool. Cut in -quares and
store in air-tight container. Will
Seasoned Gr. Beans- Italian Cut Green Beans led Delicious or U.s. #1 White (Bulk) Special!
Golden Corn Seasoned Peas Stewed Tomatoes; Jo t h Appl oS 49C Potatoes 10 49c |
G eonathanApplesfAG .4 c Potatoes 10Q LBS.49C
W4 MIX A 01 ft e tFre h Speciall Fresh Crisp Special
MATCH 'EM CANS Bartlett Pear. 23c Pascal Celery TALK
SFresh Juicy Speciall Georgia Red Speciall
Ann age TokaY Grapes 4 ... 99C Swt. Potatoes 2 ..29c
IF UNABLE SOUPS
TO OBTAIN Chicken Noodle PLAID
ANY ADVERTISED Chien CUoodleAN PnLAIDR AS
ANY ADVERTISED H-K Veg. Vegetarian amntams coumAIwnwsUl0 STAMPS WITl imcouroNMru.cHAstor STAMPS
ITEM, PLEASE Chicken w/Rica Veg. Beef
EQUES AIN Cream of Mushroom 15-oz. Disinfectant 15-oz. Can Chef Boy.Ar-Dee
his ad are good MIXo.$100 LYSOL CLEANER 59c .x CHL1 w,. BEANS 41
through Saturdy, MATCH l'M ANS GOOD THROUGH OCT. 19 10-18-69 GOOD THROUGH OCT. 19 10-18-69
October iB. 1969 C
throgh atudayMIXOR otio LIUL LLANR ~UC ax I LI ITHBEAN 41 Jm
I SELL.. ..
LLOYD PONTIAC -
930 Harrison Ph. 763-6575
Panama City, Fla.
THE Mft, Pori St. Joe, Florida
PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969
The human body is an efficient organism. It rns ke clock.
work with each vital part doing Its job. When one of these
parts breaks down or a foreign substance attacks, the body
reacts to the blow in a way all its own. Chemicals in the dis-
eased area begin immediately to repair the break. Often
these are not enough and chemicals from other parts of the
body are utilized. When this happens a chemical Imbalance
is caused. Your doctor examines you to determine the
amount anti type of chemicals involved. He may feel it nec-
essary to add chemicals to your system In order to defeat
the disease... this is a prescription By his diagnosis he
can determine which chemicals will do you the most good.
Some systems are stronger or better equipped to handle
disease. They require less medication. Others need more
outside help. Each person is different. That is why you
should never use another's prescription nor allow someone
else to use yours.
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue
Drive-In Window Service
Lunch Room Menu
Highland View Elementary
Monday, October 20
No school. "
Tuesday, October 21
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage
slaw, apple crisp and milk.
Wednesday, October 22
Spaghetti and meat sauce, field
peas, peanut butter chews, hot
biscuits and' milk.
Thursday, October 23
Chicken pot pie, green butter
beans, lettuce and tomato salad,
Plenty of Fre. Parking
peaches, white bread and milk.,
Friday, October 24
Pizza, white acre peas, stuffed
celery, apple sauce, white bread
Port St. Joe Elementary
Monday, October 20
3* Tuesday, October 21
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage
slaw, apple pie, butter and milk.
Wednesday, October 22
t Spaghetti and meat sauce, mus-
tard greens, pineapple upside down
cake, white bread, butter and milk.
Thursday, October 23 -
Fried chicken, buttered rice,
Mayor Cuts A Ribbon
Mayor Frank Pate cuts the ribbon, officially opening the new
Sears Catalog Sales store here in Port St. Joe last Thursday morn-
ing. The store is owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. John Braun.
Two Corporations Formed In County
Two new corporations in Gulf
County have received corporate
charters, according to an an-
nouncement from the office of
Secretary of State, Tom Adams.
Incorporation was approved
for Joseph P. Hendrix, M.D.,
G. Kenner and David C. Gaskin
of Wewahitchka and John D. Bo-
lic of Pananma City as incorpora-
tors. Papers were filed by David
Veterans of Foreign Wars Deplore
Actions Undermining Vietnam Victory i
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post come when the much talked about
10069 of Port St. Joe this week silent majority should speak out.
urged that all citizens speak out We must let the men on the bat- .
in support of the President of the tlefield know that they have the
United States and the efforts of support of the people at home and
the United States government to we must let Hanoi know that the
stem the flow of Communism in President has the support of the
South Vietnam. people in this country.
Speaking on behalf of Post No. "It is my hope that the people
10069, Commander Marvin A. of this area will speak out on this
Shimfessel said: "The delegates at- issue and that other patriotic, civic
tending the V.F.W. National Con- and fraternal groups will join with
vention in August in Philadelphia, us in this crusade. I am firmly con-
Pa., unanimously urged that our finedd" Commander Shimfessel
government continue to seek vic- onced," a aise
tory in, Vietnam and that all of concluded, "that if we fail to speak
our citizens lend their full support out now, the vocal minority in this
to the men on the fighting front, country will most certainly take
"Frankly, we are sick and tired over all that is meaningful in this
- of listening to a very vocal minor- land of ours. No one seeks peace
ity undermining the bargaining more urgently than the Vetetans
position of our President and in of Foreign Wars, but we willinot
so doing endangering the lives of seek peace at any price which is
our men on the fighting front. It what the vocal minority is calling
is my belief that the time has for today."
"Everybody Reads 'em"
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. New FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control REMOVE EXCESS body fluid with
screened in back porch, new roof. cosmetics. Call, Mabel Baxley. FLUIDEX tablets, only $1.69 at
Separate 12X12 utility house. Very 229-6100. 1109 Monument Ave. your drug store. 4t-10-16
reasonably priced. Can he finan-
P.A., with Dr. Joseph P. Hen- ced. See at 308 16th St., or phone FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE ?ap .REDUCE SAFE and fast with Go-
drix the incorporator. Papers 227-7081. tfc-9-11 Ern ry Stephens. Free estih-,te Beae tablets and E-Vap "water
were filed by William J. Rish. FOR RN.ag e Guarantee a labor and mate-ials Als". CAMPBELL'S DRUG. 10t
A second firm, Miniature Es-FOR RENT: Large two bedroom w dw et. e -
A second firm, Miniature Es- 78 furnished waterfront home. Lo- TW72 tf 397' Complete Painting Service
es of Florida, Inc., was a BID N 78 cated t St. Joe Beach. ent by the FOR SALE: Shetland pony with Interior Exterior
ed a charter of incorporation. Sealed bids will be received by week Ph. 229-1143. t4:d saddle and equipment. Reason- Ge alCarpt d
The firm lists its address as the the City Commission of the City saddle Can be seen at White City.
W iwtchk a S e s an of Port St. Joe, Florida, at its reg- FOR RENT: One and two bedroom aj. Wimberly, Phone 229-2103. Roof Repair
Wewahitchka State Bank build- ular place of meeting in the Muni- furnished apartments. Call 229- imberly,WILLIAM H EMLY & SON
ing in Wewahitchka. The firm, cipal Building iniPort St. Joe, Flor- ft-,
deaing in Wewmanagement and in- ida, until 5:00 P.., EST, on No- 1361 or 227-8026. tfe-2-26 WANTED: Used Brownie uniforms, 'FREE ESTIMATES
dealing in management and in- ida unt 5:00PM,,ESTin good condition. If you have: Phone 648-7175 Mexico Beach
vestment services lists Hamilton member 4, 1969, for the following: I FOR RENT: Warehouse space md one you want to sell or donate
1,1500 4" C.I. Single Hub Do- storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co. please call 229-4304. lp
mestic No. soil pipe. Phone 22-4271 c SERVICE: Trees taken down
English 'pas, lettuce and tomato 2. 250 lbs. lead (in 25 lb. bar WANTED: Someone to take up TRand removed rees taken dCalwn
salad, apricots, white bread, butter divided in 5 lb. sections). FOR RENT: Furnished two bed- payments on 1969 model mobile 7 rem 653-64 3, am hia.
and milk. Prices must be quoted delivered room beach cottage at St. Joe home. For more information call,3-8772 or 53-6343, Apalachicola
an milk. in Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid open- Beach. Reasonable monthly rates. 648-3826. 12'x55', 2 bedrooms and tfc-3-6
Friday, October 24 ing will be at 8:00 p.m., November Call, 227-3291 or 227-8496. tfc-7-31 2 full baths. 4t-10-9 NOW OPEN: The Cottage Shoppe
Sliced luncheon meat, green 4,1969. The CityofPort St. Joe R RENT: One an two bedroom WANTED: Good usedchain saw. I at Beacon Hill Beach, Hiay 98
butter beans, apple, raisin and car- or a ds received. at actively furni: a'- a rt. Call 229-1993. tfc-8-14 at Overstreet Road. Gifts, small
rot salad, hot biscuit, butter, jelly C. W. BROCK 10-16 ments. Cool in summer, warm in SELCTIO o 's yard. All at discount prices. Knt-.
Cand milk.i Au an clerk 2t winter. Gas heat, window fans, 300D SEL.SCTION 6 used TV's. t
ad...lk. .. Cit iThey nst be seen to be appre- Arld-a F'rIitare & TV. 323 ing instructions/given free.
Stated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK- nte'd Ave.) ttc Z-29
ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi-
co Lodge Apartments and Trailer UNCLAIMEDH EATH RADIO and
Park, White City. tfc-8-14 TV SERVICE
: Phone 229-6294
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment. FREIGHT 4tp Oak Grove 2-1
510 8th St. i Also 2 bedroom du- STEREO OCONSQLE All work guaranteed
Splex apartment at 28th St., Mexico $86.00
Beach. Call Jean Arnold 648-4800. $6
Satfc-10-9 A limited number of solid state, na- WELDING: Electric and acetylene.
Stionaily advertised in beautifully Aluminum and cast iron welding.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom 'house at hand rubbed walnut finish. BSR Years of experience. Call J. L.
St. Joe Beach. Furnished. Apply turn table, and four speaker auto. Temple 229-6167, 1302 Palm Blvd.
at Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-9-11 system to be sold for $86.00 each
-- or $5.00 monthly.
FOi SALE: 10'x54' Pontiac Chief
house trailer. Small equity and SEWING MACHINES FOR
i take up payments. 310 Third St., $37.00 AMBULANCE SERVIOE
J J -.-.- Highland View. ltp A limited number of new 1969 zig AMBULANCE SERVICE
Yvve are pleased To announce
New Standard Oil Dealer at
1i13 Monument Ave.
Bill has operated a Standard Oil Station
in Port St. Joe for two years and he is
now ready to serve you at his new loca-
tion and as all Standard men say,
"We take better care of your car".
J. Lamar Miller, Agent
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Port St. Joe, ilorida
FOR SALE: 1969 60x12 3 bedroom
early American mobile home.
Unfurnished. Full amount can be
financed. Call 648-3266. tfc-10-2
Our Number Has Been Changed
RAY'S TRIM SHOP'
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
FOR SALE: Webelo Cub Scout uni-
form. Complete. Call 227-8825.
FOR SALE: 2 brown and white pup-
pies. Mixed terrier and chihua-
hua. 2 months old. Phone 648-6236
FOR SALE: AKC registered dach-
shunds, black and. tan. (3 male
and 1 female. Phone 227-8781. lp
FOR SALE: 16 ft. Williams craft
travel trailer. Sleeps eight. 3-
burner gas stove and oven, ice.
I box. Real clean. Can see at 202 Iola
; St., Oak Grove or call 227-7591. tfc
FOR SALE: .18 foot Lars.on boat
and trailer with new 85 hp. Ev-
inrude motor. See Tom Pridgeon
or call 227-8402. 4tp-10-2
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 4-door
with automatic transmission.
$125.00. Good mill car. Can be
seen at 215 10th St. 2tp-10-16
FOR SALE: Fire wood. Phone 227-
HIRING of laborers, equipment op-
erators and welders. No phone
calls. Contact on job. Preston Whit-
field, project supervisor. J. B. Mc-'
Krary Company, West Panama City:
OFFICE SUPPLIES .
zag sewing machines with full fac-
tory guarantee. Total $37.0 each.
Can be paid for at $5.00 per ionth.
CABINETS ...... $29.00
National advertised brands in beau-
tiful walnut grain. Total $29.00
each or $5.00 mo.
A limited number of brand new
1969 national advertised vacuum
cleaners with full factory guaran-
tee includes hose wands and acces-
sory. Total $34.00 or $5.00 mo.
All items may be inspected in
2325 E. Bus. Hwy. 98
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon. thru Fri.
Sat. til 5 ,
PEP UP with Zippies "Energy
Pills". Nonhabitforming. Only
$1.98. CAMPBELL'S DRUG. 8-14
DAI&T Bzzlor in P-A MA 4aa
306 Reid Ave.
. WE HAVE THEM.
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Pla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting ,
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second and fourth Tuesday
nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular corn
munication of Port St Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every fu'st
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
R. H. SEWELL, Sr., W.M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sr., See.
. THE STAR
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