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"' "Port St. Joe- -The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTY-SECOND YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1968 NUMBER 4
Sharks) JarJackes With 39-14 Victory
riday Night -That's Two In A Row
"._.Port St. Joe's Sharks made it
6.'o'1 n a row last Friday night
with an impressive '39-14 win
''ver, the Chat4ahoochee, Yellow '
'N'le Shark's offensive machine
-:ro.led and rolled behind the pass
combinationn of Lovett to Lang-
Sstonkn'and the liard running of
Ricky Lovett, Jimmy Rodgers,
,.;:Mike Gainnie and Mike -Bur-
Jimmy Roge .running for
aonald Capps, o was injured
e week before 'ept the Shark -.
fans 'on the edg oft their seats,
Ilicky "Lovettco: inued his roll
out run and'pas tactics to gain
. a yardage time r time. David' F
S'iLanggton, the':f_ *rite target of
t'Lovett hauled din three long
'" touchdown pass to give, th9 ,
. -Sharks their'decisive victory.
_.P Shark' fansg.c0btinue to' tasl -
thao J the-hof"~arsauitand sure
*in tAk sIofjt .th6'-entire'! -
Mi defetsie- squad which has .
: '.been very' stingy in giving up
yardage to tleir opopnents jhu
'far this year .anq have provided
'superb. protection for the i .Rogers center, is sh
Shark runners.! Itwas -long into to the. goal lie in Fri
the second pe ri Friday night, goal Ie in Fri
before the Shar defense gave
Sup a first dows. oa line in an exciting run to give
up I, n. ..1 f I the Sharkdian 18 point lead. The
Port St. Joe. -d Jackets 'plaked ; p : their only
., day night idw i th, m. score in th6 first'.half When Mor-
Seriod, when a 3 pass from is picked ff a Shark pass and
R'Lovett to La *ut'the 16cal .scooted for '~he' goal li~e. The
Stem on the s 5' r.' With extra ppint',ck by Flore was
I-wo minutes 1eftf he firstt per- good. Just'before the hilf time
0iod quarterbackk ekY Lovett horn isuni d, Lovett ln6orked
isn&aked ac'r6s finl he ~he 1ard. a long si 6'JaOd iass .to David
'l.e 't. make .e 2,. Lansjon': ho.satppe over the
E ; arly in lhe send period;, goal~liie 'to' score. Ricky Robert-
little'Junmy Rbgers'cooted.overi ,sodlrkicked the ektra point mak-
'tli"go lie ihe yard' -rigthe deore257eTathalf time.'
.b4iR e INew Tric
..-,. -.. : T o A E
Joel Abraham, r oiSim- O n
i.mons Bayou -,su A n Er
juries late Mond y Inigti'in a
: one-car accident -on !State Road Deputy. Sheriff Wayne White
.30-A three ies sth Por testified Friday at theclose of a
SSt. Joe. surprise-packed hearing that h'e
Highway-Patroblman Ke ,Mur- charged Wilbert "Slingshot" Lee
*'phy said tha'Miller automobile with murder before he knew that
left the road ad.tr edd' along a murder had been-committed.
.-the right shdlder r 420 feet, The testimony brought Cir-
'" then cr6ssed':thelghwaV leaving, cuit Court Judge Charles Hol-
the pavement .n thli lIft bide, ley to the edge of his seat. He
traveling- 240 feet,jc ig to ordered a stay of execution for
rest In the woqds. ,, Lee and Freddie Pitts, who have
Murphy estimtedlant ges to been sentenced to death for
':the autopmobibe.at abSfit $900,00. murder of two service station
Miller' was. taken tO 'the # iiunii- attendants, Grover Floyd and
,pal Hospital. Jesse Burkett in August of 1963.
White, chief Gulf County dep-
1Se fbd Cook Seoo uty, said he filed the charge
.... ..... .against Lee "on a hunch".
Today At-FPC Lo ge He released Lee. he said. even
Softer Pitts statedin a confession
A, cooking school and food pre- that be, and Lee had robbed the
paration program .wil be. pre- service station where Burkett'
sented by Florida Power Corpor- and Floyd were working the
, ion today at -:00 p.m.- at the
HIome- Service Center-located!,in /
:the Power Company office; i
. The program will include sim-
-ple to gourmet style recipes for
"seafood preparation. The guests
will be Miss Wyn Weaver arid
Miss LaUna Revell of the Florida
Board 'of Conservation. :-
Everyone is invited to c ome
and enjoy an hour packed with
ideas and information pertain-
ing to Florida seafood. ,::'
Commissioner Group Selects
Kennedy As Representative
.Gulf County Commissioner
Leo Kennedy was elected District
Director from District 1 of the
Florida Association of County
Commissioners in last week an-
nual annual meeting of the As-
sociation, held at Miami Beach.
District 1 is composed of all
counties West of Gulf County.
Kennedy is the first Gulf
County Commissioner to serve as
an officer of tlib state organiza-
tion. He will begin his third
term as I Gulf County Commis-
sioner in January.
Three members ofl the Gulf
Commission attended the state
meeting last week; Kennedy,
Walter Graham and James Hor-
The local delegation took with
them a Resolution to be pre-
sented- in the convention asking
fbr the endorsenDrit olf 'the'. As-
sociation' for establishment, of a
own clawing his. here. Rogers broke the tackle and went on to
day night's game score the Sharks third touchdown of the night.
After intermission, the Sharks The Jackets came up with
took the kickoff on 'their own theif final store in the game
40 and after a series of five late in the-. final period when
plays, Lovett again unwound' a quarterback .ore ran over from
long 45 yard pass to Langston 10 yards out and kicked the ex-
for another six points. Robert- tra point. .
son kicked the extrapoint. THE YARDSTICK
About mid-way of the third St. Joe Cht.
period,,Shark -reserves began, to First downs ---....--- .13 9
take the field. But in spite of Rushing yarda ....--- 261 90
this, Lovett unwound, from 'his Passing yardage ----- 246 25
eight yard line around end and -Passes ._ 14-10 13-5
stepped over for the; score with Fumbles lost- ....... ,1. 0
,Robektsoi on vertigo :. Yards 'penai e4 135 0
.. -,- ..+. ,4 -" .... ----, '.-. '. -.
ci Hearing Comes
i d; Decision Later
prisoner nor seen another offi-
cer beat him.
On Thursday, Willie 'dae Lee,
the state's star witness in the
original trial, was hypnotized at
the direction of Judge Holley,
and while under thd spell of
the hypnotism, relived the night
of the murder again implicating
Pitts and Lee as the killers.
A psychiatrist representing
the prosecution said that the
Lee woman could not possibly
tell anything but the truth while
under the spell, but a psychia-
triist for the ddeense labeled Miss
Lee's hypnotic testimony, "the
best cease of play-acting I have
The hyppotist dramatically
displayed -that Miss Lee was un-
der a trance by pricking her
hands with pins and getting no
response of pain;
After the hearing proceedings
had been closed Friday after-
noon, Miami Herald newsman,
.Gene Miller, whose, investigative
work reopened the murder case
and prompted the hearing just
completed, was accosted by' Bob-
by Burkett, a nephew of one of
the slain men. Burkett took a
swing at Miller and punched him
in the. mouth knocking hiin to
Burkett.. was booked by' the
Gulf Coumnt' Sheriff's Depart-
ment on a charge of aggravated
assault and released on" $200
Mayor Pate Offers i
It was an ab bviatei meeting
by the City CotimissioM Tuesday
night, since the Board had met,
only last week. The meeting was
the wind-up of the past fiscal
Saturday Is Last
'Day To Register
](zsQCG. Rish,.Gilf equnty
Supervisor of Elections reminds
those not registered -to vote for
the November. election, should
come by -her office in IAhe Court-
house' and registered before 5:00
Anyone who has not cast a
vote in Gulf County for the past
year, or who have not register-
ed previously should check their
registration in order to be eli-
gible to vote -in the November
Mrs. Rish also reported that
many have're-registered as free-
holders in order to vote in the
November Gulf County School
bond election, but that many
still have not re-registered.
Every freeholder (property
owner) who wishes to vote on
the bond issue must re-register
as a freeholder, regardless of
their voter registration other-
The Supervisor's office will
be open every day except Sun-
day through October 19 for this
right they were slain.
"I. just can't understand,"
Judge Holley told attorneys for
the state, "Why this statement
has not beep brought to my at-
HO said he would rule later on
the plea of Pitts and Lee for a
White denied a claim bv Pitts
that I the prisoner was beaten
with, a blackjack. The deputy
said;'he had never beaten .the
Sunland Training Center recrea-
tion facility on St. Joseph Penin-
The resolution was introduced
to the meeting by Mayor Chuck
Hall of Miami who moved for
its adoption. The resolution was
adopted unanimously which puts
the Florida Association of Coun-.
.ty Commissioners squarely be-
hind establishment of the facili-
Some 95 acres of State Park
land on the peninsula ha. been
set aside for the proposed rec-
reation area by the State. Park
Board. The recreation area also
has the endorsement of the
State Association for Retarded
Children. Funds for development
are expected to be requested of
'the next session of the Florida
Another .matter bf concern at
the convention for the local del-
-egation was a motion to allow
Praises to City
Vees, for Past Year
year and the end of the year for
city employees and officials.
Since the press of business
was lacking, Mayor Frank Pate
took the opportunity to thank
the- Board and City employees
for their cooperation during the
past year. Pate pointed out that
the City had accomplished a
great deal during the past- year
due to the fine cooperation re-
'The Mayor had special kind -
words to' say. for Auditor and
Clerk Charles Brock for his fine
performance. Pate noted that due
to Brock's astute investment of
surplus City funds, the City had
earned over $10,000 in interest
during the past year.which went
a long way in .adding to the
The new Board members, Pate
Robert Holland and Tom S.
(Continued On Page 12)
Theatre Group Plans
To Book Musical
The Port St. Joe Players little
theatre group is planning to
bring the musical, "Li'l Abner"
to Port St. Joe late this month
- or early next year, according to
the group's president, Mrs. Beth
The musical is being- prepared'
by the FSU players and will be
premiered at FSU later this
month. The cast has already
been signed for a USO tour.
M Mrs. Lawrence says that if
enough interest is expressed by
local people, the Players group
'can bring the musical to Port
St. Joe. Mrs. Lawrence says that
interest in the project must be"
expressed, since the "Port St. Joe
organization cannot afford to
bring .the, performance here un-
less it receives considerable sup-
each county only one vote at the
convention. Presently each dele-
gate present may cast a vote.
The local.delegation was opposed
to the resolution 'to change the
method and were instrumental
in having the measure tabled.
The Gulf' Coujity delegation
presented a one pound jar of
Tupelo honey to 'every delegate
present at the convention along
with 'advertising 'brochures on
Coming to -Beaches
Cable television is coming to
the _beaches, area, with West
Coast Cable-Visio Coinpany cur-
rently installing a syst6m- to
serve Mexico Beach, Beacon Hill
and St. Joe Beach. The firm is
owned by Ernest E. Crooms, Jr.
Crooms has been in the cable
television business for the past
five years having been connect-
ed with cable television firms in
Huntsville, Ala., and Port Char-
Crooms announces that his
-company will offer, five televi-
sion channels to his beach cus-
tomers. The cable- television
installation will carry signals
from five channels; Mobile, Tal-
lahassee, Dothan, Panama City
and Pensacola. All networks will
be carried by.the system.
The company's receiving tow-
er will be located a the foot of
Sixth Street in Mexico Beach.
Crooms says- he plans to have
the complete system installed
and operating within three
SSharks Will Journey
To Game In Style
Port St. Jo.'s Sharks will trap
vel to the liBaker game tomor'
row night In style, It was an-.
Arrangements have been made
to charter a Trailways bus to
transport the team to Baker.
The bus will leave at 4:00 p.m.
from the H(gh School.
M. C. Edwards Retires from A. N.
Railroad After 48 Years of Service
Last Rites Held from Comforter's
Chapel for Mrs. Sarah Alice Nance
Mrs. Sarah Alice Nance, age
86, a resident of St- Joe Beach
passed away last Thursday morn-
ing at the Municipal Hospital
following a" long illness.
.Funeral services were held for
, Mrs. Nance Friday afternoon at
3;00 p.m. from the Comforter
Funeral Home Chapel. .Rev. C.
Byron Smith, pastor of the First
Sial followed in Holly Hill Ceme-
tery. .. -
Survivors include one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Louis Johnson of St.
Joe Beach; one son, E. R. Nance
of Bay Minette, Ala. She is also
survived by three grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Nance is also survived by
two brothers, Marion Hatcher of
Nixon, Texas and Madison Hat-
cher of Chipley and one sister,
Mrs. J. P. Lucas of Abbeville,
Ala.; and one half-brother, De-
witt Flowers of Albany, Ga.
Active pallbearers were Clif-
ford Tharpe, Dick Saunders, Tom
Byrd, James Johnson, Leonard
Belin and Dud Crain.i
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge' of arrangements.
Dick Boyer of Port St. Joe shows off a stalk this was only: one of several stalks of bananas
ef 60 bananas grown on a tree- ink the yard of -grown on Miss Boyer's trees this year.
"his sister's. home, Miss Gertrude Boyer. Dick says ---Star photo
Monday, September 30 brought
to an end the career of M. C.
Edwards with the Apalachicola
Northern Railroad Company.
Mr. Edwards was employed by
the Railroad Company in July
of 1920. He had held positions
of telegraph clerk, chief dis-
patcher, station agent, chief
clerk-traffic department and
general freight agent, the posi-
tion held upon retirement after
48 years, two months and two
days. Mr. Edwards had worked
with other railroads prior to
coming to the Apalachicola Nor-
Mrs..M. C. Edwards also re-
tired on September 30 after 21
years and nine months of em.
ployment with the same railroad'
company. She was secretary to
Mr. Edwards. The total time to-
gether employed with the Apa-
lachicola Northern Railroad for
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Edwards was
70 years lacking one month.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Edwards
have been living in Apalachicola
for the past four years and will
continue to reside in that city.
The employees of the company
presented Mr. and Mrs. Edwards
with gifts for, remembrance.
R. H. Ellzey, who has served
as an assistant to Edwards was
named by the Railroad to suc-
ceed him in his position.
~ '4~hGE IWO
TH STAP.-Pert St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1961
Z 1. ....He'll Get
We were just wondering the other day how many
peoplelo realize that they are witnessing history being made
S in our day and time, in the presidential race of our nation.
We realize that there have .been splinter parties putt-
ing up candidates for the presidency before, but they have
never.gained the reception that Gleorge C. Wallace has
'. received in his third party, effort in this- year. And, too,
;,'i i' elections past) the splinter parties were made up of a
s, g~oup of dissidents who went looking for a strong candi-
date' to champion for the presidency. In the case of
Wallice, he merely began. nearly five years ago to
Sto'll the people what he believed wai the only program that
would save this nation from its downhill plunge. into so-
c, ialism. From that, grew the groundswell of his support
:for the presidency of' the United States of America.
Another point in history that we are witnessing is
the fact that pollsters place the third party candidate
,--the wishful' thinker in times past--head of one of the
'.o .major .party's candidate in national popularity. This
'has never been done before. This is history in the mak-
'It excites us to be able to be a part of this making of
history. It excites us to be a part of this group that wants
thigh nation to'return to its original concept of government
"by tie pe-'ple and not by the government It excites us
to b ab~le'o cast a vote for the voice that so many have
c.ciictly said, "he says what .I think".
*- j '
Many have said that a vote for George Wallace is
wasted. Perhaps if all one is voting for is a presidential
candidate, it very well may be, we don't know. But if
one is voting his convictions of how the government of
this country should be run, he cannot waste his vote. It
is unique in this nation, that our vote speaks as loud as
any spoken word says as much as a hundred editor-
And, if we should be fortunate enough to win -our
point to the place where our candidate was actually seated
as president, we believe the candidate will be capable of
carrying out these duties.
We have read where Wallace will not be effective in
getting his programs carried out because he will not have
his party in Congress. That's true, but if one overcomes
the odds that Wallace must to be elected, then it would
be prudent for members of Congress to, listen to what he
had to say and realize that the people are demanding a
change the change as espoused by Wallace.
And on the matter of foreign policy. How could
Mr. Wallace do ainy worse?
So, come Novrember 5 33 days hence we will
mark our ballot for the man, not the party. We will vote
for a change the change that George C. Wallace has
We Need Bond Issue Approval
, Another item for which we will cast 'our vote on No- Florida and this area. Part
:.vember 5 will be to vote in favor of the school bonding concept of building and part
,issue. ,'And, like our reasons for voting for Mr. Wallace, in estimating cost.
Swehiave reasons why we will cast our,vote in favor of.the Mostly, we will cast ou
bond issue .*. -: reasons that are based on what we know bond issue because for the fia
of "the need for building space for our school system. Gulf County a little head st
'Hard anyone will disagree 'with the fact that we school space year after year
S. eed :ddiional school building space. Hardly anyone new buildings now comp
h'a t"l the fact that some of our buildings need part of a, plant.
replacing. If we.have any disagreement in our ranks at A close look at much of
all, it is because some may think the new building now un- will convince one of the need
der constki is .too large or they don't like the round The elementary buildings an
: buil mostly because it departs from what they do not offer enough ro
.. .,,-.al m buildings. .' offer itself to expansion. S
'e ast a vote in -favor of nor against move. "And the planned movie
the ozidsie based on oir .personal likes anhl dis- ing. So, the building of a
likes. ..We think .St an issue as important as this should problems .. it provides ai
be based.upori'merit and need of the system. .complete with auditorium a
S, .. ~ -. *playground area and can v6r
Let's look at the merits of the round building con- school facilities for the firs
ception. This isn't anything new. It iAn't:a' cbncept that county
has been adopted by taking some'ar ~ c's word that
this is the best. The school boird-has inspected several It's a hard thing to have
buildings of this nature in Georgia and. Tennessee and never had adequate high sci
'fonmid the round type buildings to be 'very *ell fitted for day the students moved in
ch purposes. Also there are no de corners .. e have heard more belly-
ho purposes. dead cn Also t e ae. nolack of proper high school
S every4ich of space-is used. It might be pointed out that thing. Now that we ave
She q- of the r-ound pod-like buildings has proven to adequate facilities for a areas
be less than construction of conventional buildings. The to go along and cast our ball
sqt .fot cost of the buildings here in Gulf' Cbunty is we should not -use the word
some 4.0)0 per 'foot less than .comparable buildings of will be happy to cast our vo
rectangular construction currently under construction in vide a complete high school
"The Rise of Communism In U.S.A."
The Communist Party main-
tains that the class struggle is
'. essentially a political struggle;".
that is, a struggle 'to conquer the
power of the state.
Participation in parliamen-
tary campaigns, which in the
general struggle of the proletar-
iat is of secondary importance,
it is for the purpose of revolu-
tionary propaganda only.
by ARTHUR W. McFADDEN
tives of the Communist, Party
shall not introduce or support
reform, measures. Parliaments
and political democracy shall be
utilized to assist in organizing
the working class against capi-
talism and the state.
Nominations for public of-
fice and participation in elec-
tions are limited to legislative
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue. Port St Joe. Florida.
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Florida, under AOt of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, ,3.00 SIX MOs. 1.73 THREE MOB., $12.0
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, 4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, 5.00
TO ADVERTT4ERS--1In ease of error or ommisolons In advertisements, t, prbishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage irthr than amount received or sach
-TI ske ord sien S scant attetntl:w ivted o tro t
wqbed. The spoken werd s los a"e ten ted wr a thorough -1
.- ve. The spoken worits olot te pmted-word remaias.
of this savings is due to. the
t due to a contractor's error
r vote in favor of the school
rst time in history, it will give
art on the perrenial fight for
. And also, because we need
lete new buildings, not just
f the elementary school plant
of new buildings in this area.
e old; they are in bad shape;
om and the property does not
o the logical move is to
ve is to the high.,school build-
new high school solves two
n adequate; elementary plant,
nd gymnasium and adequate
ry well provide adequate high
t time in the history of our
to say that Gulf County has
hool' facilities even on the
nto the present high school.
aching in our county due to
facilities than any other one
the opportunity to get these
enable cost, we will be forced
ot for the bond issue. Maybe
forced, but, instead, say, we
)te for the bond issue to pro-
plant for our students.
shops, mills and mines-and di-
rect its agitation accordingly. '
Shop committees shall be or-
daniz ly wherevernnaoIllf nr.
the purpose of Communist agita-
tion in a particular shop or in-
bodies only, such as municipal dustry by the workers employed
'councils, state legislatures and there. These committees shall
the national congresss be united with each other and
SThe Communist Party ac-
cordingly, in campaigns and elec-
tions, and in all other activities
shall not cooperate with groups
or 'parties not committed to the ;
revolutionary class struggle.
The- Communist Party shall
make industrial struggles of the
working class its major cam-
paigns, in order to develop an
understanding of the strike in
.-relation' to the overthrow of '
The Communist Party shall .
participate in mass 'strikes, not
'only to achieve the immediate'
;purposes' of the strike, but to
develop the, revolutionary impli-
cations of the mass strike.
Mass strikes. are vital fac-
tors in the process out of which
'develops' the workers' under-
standing and action for 'the con-
quest of power. -
In mass strikes under con-
ditions of concentrated capital-
ism there is latent the tendency
toward the general mass strike,
which takes on a political char-
acter and manifests the impulse
toward proletarian dictatorship.
Every local and district or-
ganization of the Party shall es- WAYNE RICHBUI
tablish 'contact' with the indus- Sales Representati
t trial units in its territory, the
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
The Commu Pa~ ~W must en- hat was probably the biggest trial ever to happen in Gulf
Thae Communist Party must n County ended Friday. -It wan t really a trial just a hearing for a
reo lutionize the trade : new trial, but it had all the drama, the excitement and the suspense
Industrial u nism is a fae of a TV thriller'
tor in the final mass action for The hearing was a very diligent effort to get at the truth in
the conquest of power, as it will testimony which sentenced two men to the electric chair. The
constitute the basis for the in--' proceedings even included the hypnotizing of a witness.
dustrial administration of the' ,-*
Communist commonwealth. Now that the hearing is over, we wonder if one tenth of this
*ThCommunist o o arty re e effort can now he expended in tracking down the source of in-
The Communist Party recog- timidations to witnesses in this hearing. We believe that allow-
nizes that the A. F. of L. is a ing those to escape who would threaten the 'life and well-being of
reactionary and a bulwark of a witness are far more threat to our trial system than even the
capitalism. possibility' that two innocent men may be electrocuted; as serious
Councils of workers shall a miscarriage of justice as this would be.
be organized in the shops as cir- If witnesses are not afforded protection, we have no hope of
cumstances allow, for the pur- rescinding the theme of today when "nobody wants to get involv-
pose of carrying on the indus- ed."
trial union struggle in the old
unions, uniting and mobilizing 0
the militant elements; these We see where the president of the University of Miami has
councils to be united in a central 'barred the playing of "Dixie" by the University of Miami band
council wherever possible. on the prehiuse that it might be offensive to the 120 Negroes
* It shall be-a ajor task of enrolled at teh school, Ih the first place, we cannot see where
the Communist Partthe tune could be offensive to the Negros no more than the be-.
ate for the construction of a loved Negro folk songs and spirituals can be offensive to the
general industrial union Organ. white population. The spirituals the folk songs and "Dixie" are
izaI.on, embracingthdenWand W. a part of. the South. We would suggest to Mr. Stanford, U. M.
,W.I.IW., independent and seces- president, that should any be offended by the playing of "Dixie",
sion' onions, militant unions of Negro or white, that they be invited to move somewhere in this
thed workersL., and the basis onga natio where they wil not be bothered with hearing it played.
the revolutionary class struggle.
It looks.as if High School Principal Walter Wilder and School
S' Board Member Gene Raffield might have lt their mouth overload
"The Communist Party shall their capabilities. -
encourage movements of the
workers in the shops seeking to Recently,' Walter and Gene had coach Wayne Taylor in a cor-
realize workers' control of indus- ner, and out iof the goodness of their heart or perhaps they
try, while indicating their limi.- 'double-clutched 'it and got their mouth ._i'o :motion before their
stations under capitalism. brain was in gear. At any rate, Walter hnd Gene hit uppn the
idea of' offering. to ride a bicycle fti Howard Creek If the Sharks
e u n. iv: d e 'woh at least seven games this year. '
S The unorganized unskilled ,
workerss (including the agricul- It's beginningto lpok like this: might be a bhd deal or
tural proletariat) constitute the Walter and Gene at least. Personally, we don't believe they could
bulk of the working class. The ride bicycle that far. Gene would even have trouble finding a,
Communist Party shall direct bicycle to ride.
and systematically agitate among To show their shaky position, we will report that Gene hai|
these workers, awake ni them started riding "his wife's" exerciser bike at home .. to get into4
ind acustional union organization shape, just in case.
an d action. .. .. .. ... .. '
H EVROLET CO.
Port St. Joe, Florida
"LET US PROVE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY"
98 BY-PASS IN PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
Joe Parrott, past state president
of the Florida Jaycees developed
an eight point address to the, Ki-
wanis Club Tuesday on the subject,
"What's Right About America".
Parrott stated that 'one reads a
great deal these, days about what's
wrong with America, but there's:
much that's right about America
Parrott listed the nation's attri-
butes as being: The ability and
privilege to vote; ability and privi-
lege to worship; freedom of move-
ment; an abundance of food; Po-
Aice and fire protection and not in-
timidation; Freedom of speech;
Freedom to own property or en-
terprise and a system of free en-
In developing his talk. Parrott,
pointed out that our country is
unique in that anyone .can travel
anywhere he wants within the na-
tion and never have to secure spe-
cial permission or papers. "This
isn't so in many other nations", he
said. Parrott also pointedly remind-
ed the audience that America is
one of the few nations in the world
where a rpan may own property
without fear of having it confis-
cated on some flimsy excuse.
Guests of the club were students
Vickie Fowler, Angie 'Butts, Mike
Burkett and Don Jamison.
with the Communist Party ,so
that the Party shall have actual
contact with the workers and mo-
* bilize them for action against
'Is Now Representing Tommy Thomas Chevrolet Company in Panama
City and Invites All His Friends and Customers to Visit Him
Panama City, Florida
Here it is Tuesday before we got around to writing this blurb
this week --'-three days late and still the papers are full of'the
reasons why Florida State University lost the football game to the
University of Florida Gators last Saturday afternoon.
Locally, Jimmy Costin has beqn chosen as the reason why the
Seminoles, lost. It seems some think Jimmy is secretly calling the
plays for Bill Peterson who in turn relays them to the substituting
halfback, who in turn relays them to the quarterback, who in turn
. well, you know. But Jimmy says it isn't so. He said and
we personally heard him say this "I would have given the ball to
to the fullback who ran through the line to a touchdown with his
fake on that fourth down goal-line stand." Brilliant Jim! Since
that fellow 'made it through to paydirt, let's have a re-run of the
play -7 In slow motion, if,you please and do it up right and
win the ball game. Jimmy says he would have run this play before
it was proven to be successful. Other Seminole faithful just say
they would have given the fullback the ball, after' he proved he
could get over the goal line and score.
From the looks of Jimmy's store front Monday, he has turned
Gator!, ,, "
Some of the papers are saying that Smith's hard running won,,
the game for the Gators. Then, the temperature does not miss its
usual blame for a loss. Lack of a consistent running game on the
part of the Seminoles was listed as a factor. One writer even said
that Florida's big bass drum being larger than anything FSU had
just stole the ball game.
Our opinion is that Florida's edge, in the game can be laid
straight to .. Gator ade!
The announcer over the public address system said it was 88
degrees in the stadium. Some of the fans said it was 108; but
whers I was sitting, right on the sideline, just high enough to
see everything that was going on, it was a comfortable 76 do.
gres and holding.
THE STAR, Port St, Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1968
Medicare Becomes A Deductable
Hospital Plan In January
1 ] "Beginning in January, an older The changes in these a
Person who goes to the hospital un- ply only to the hospital
der Medicare will be responsible part of Medicare and do
for the first $44 of his hospital the financing of the Sup]
bill now running about $600 Medical Insurance the
for the average hospital stay by a program which covers d
Medicare beneficiary," Ted A. and a wide variety of o
Gamble, Social Security District cal services. Gamble con
Manager, said. The $4 increase
(from the present $40 deductible)
results from a provision in the law
requiring an annual review of the
deductible amount. The first such
review the law provided was to be
made in 1968.
The law specifies that if this an-
nual review shows that hospital
costs have changed significantly,
hospital deductible amount must
be adjusted for the, following
year. Necessary increases in the de-
ductible amount are to be made in
$4 steps to avoid small annual
Following the formula in the law
and, figuring the ratio of inpatient
' hospital costs under Medicare in
1966 with those in 1967, the de-
ductible amount for 1969 worked
out to $45.36. Rounded to the near-
est multiple of $4, this will make
the deductible $44 for 1969, Gam-
The results of the annual review
of the inpatient hospital deducti-
ble also apply to the dollar a-
mounts a Medicare beneficiary
pays toward a hospital stay of more
than 60 days, or a posthospital stay
.of more than 20 days in an extend-
ed care facility. These amounts
therefore will also increase by 10
percent, effective January 1, to $11
a day for the 61st through the 90th
day of a hospital stay and to $5.50
for the 20th to the 100th day of a
stay in a posthospital extended
see GARLAND DUNLAP at
Cowart Motor Co.
301 Monument Avenue
Port. St. Joe
If you can't stop.
be ready to start
, stop first at the brake serve
shop that display the NAPA
Sign of Good Service and De-
pendable Parts. You-can be ure.
and not sorry with Brake Parts
that bear the NAPA Seal be.
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guaranteed'.d-
pendabllty available nly,
through the service-repair o l W
that show the NAPA Si&.
and save a
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
Anyone wanting more specific in-
formation concerning Medicare or
social security should contact the
local social security office. The of-
fice for this area is located at 1135
Harrison Avenue, Panama City,
Florida 32401. The telephone num-
ber is 763-5331. The office is open
Monday through Friday from 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on nation-
ship must be displayed on the
highways to avoid 'accidents in
heavy football traffic the Florida
Highway Patrol said today.
"Traffic congestion before and
after football games will test the
temper of every driver. Pass the
test by displaying on the road the
sportsmanship of the field," said
Colonel HT. N. Kirkman, Director
of the Department of Public Safe-
Motorists were also reminded
that driving is riot a competitive
sport and that courtesy and fair
olay are essential to safety on the
Kirkman warned of the high pro-
bability of rear,. end, crashes be-
cause of sudden stops in the heavy
congestion. He' suggested' that
drivers allow for this by leaving
extra room between their car and
the one ahead and by being pa.
"Although it is not a sport,"
Kirkman concluded, "there is a
winning side to the serious biusi-
ness of driving. Winning is staying
alive. Drive with caution and cour-
tesy to win."
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
IN RE: Estate of
FRANKIE L. HARRIS,
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
Notice is hereby. given that I
have filed my final returns as ad-
ministrator of the estate of Frank-
ie L. Harris, deceased; that I have I
filed my petition for final dis-
charge, and that I will apply to the
Honorable Sam P. Husband, County
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, on
November 4; 1968, for approval of
the same and for final discharge I
as administrator of the estate of
Frankie L. Harris, deceased.
October 1, 1968.
Is/ R. A. DRIESBACH,
Administrator of the
estate of Frankie L.
Harris, deceased. 4t-10-3
IN THE, CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. CASE NO.
WILLOW FAYE JINKS,
ROY TEET JINKS,
NOTICE TO DEFEND
NOTICE TO: -Roy Teet Jinks, Ad-
On or before the 28th day of
October, A. D. 1968, the Defend-
ant, ROY TEET JINKS, is requir-I
ed to serve upon W. FRED UJR-:
NER, Attorney for Plaintiff, whose,
address is 900 Florida Avenue,
Lynn Haven, Florida, a copy of,
and file with the Clerk of this,
Court, the original of'an Answer
to the bill of Complaint for di-
vorce, filed against him; herein
fail not, or a default judgment
will be entered against you.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court at Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida, this 25th day of
September, A. D. 1968.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
SClerk of Circuit Court
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School ..... 9:45 A M
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship .---..--------6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
'Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
, -~ -
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1968
S'PAG FOUR THE STAR, Poat St. Joe, Horid
IGA TableRite Meals ore
trimmed for the table with
all excess fat and bone sre-
moved. Only enough fat is
left on each cut to assure you
of fine flavor.
Corn led and naturally agea.
you are guaranteed beef that
is tender every time. You'll
taste the difference
High quality and careful
frim are net enough. ISA
TobleRite Meat are always
priced for true value, but
S TABLERITE BEEF TABLERITE BONELESS
Chuck STEAK STEW BEEF
1 TABLERITE LEAN
Ib. 58c Ground Ch
STABLERITEI EXTRA LEAN
FRESH GROUND BEEF .3 lbs. $1.19
ALL MEAT BOLOGNA----------lb. 59c
WHETHER YOU SAVE TRADING STAMPS OR NOT. .. IF
I YOU BUY FOOD IN 'PORT ST. JOE, WE THINK YOU WILL
I BE INTERESTED IN THIS VITAL MESSAGE .
uck Ib. 78c
TABLERITE 12 OZ. PKG.
WIENERS-------2 pkgs. 89c /T 4
TABLERITE ROUND BONE
SHOULDER ROAST I------ 686c s 4M A -0."
RT RIBS :- lb. 38c
TABLERTE IGA FRESH PLAIN or, SUGAR
SLICED BACON ------1 b. pkg. 59c T
CHUCK ROAST l------b. 58c
;CHUCK STEAK -----------Ib. 68c
[GA FRUIT NO; 303 CANS
[GA EXTRA RICH 14 OZ. BOTTLES
IGA DELICIOUS 18 OZ. GLASS
Large Crop Fall Vegetables Are In!
FRESH Shelled for $1.00 Bushel, extra
PEAS BUSHEL $2.50
Fresh Shelled BLACKEYE- Fill Your Freezer!
PEAS 3 BAGS $1.00
FRESH YELLOW SQUASH -----. ---bu. $1.75
WHITE ACRE PEAS -------------bu. $3.25
LOOK! VINE RIPE
APPLES-----3 bags $1.00
FRESH TURNIPS and COLLARDS
BUTTER BEANS -----lb. 19c
'* L I:*
CUT AND WRAPPED
FOR YOUR FREEZER
FRONT QUARTERS -------- lb. 48c
S I D E S ----------------Ib 58c
HIND QUARTERS -
*~ 1- 77\--.
1 B. 9c
PKG. 5 ;
IJU I C E
RIB rC U ITS- -
GA. GRADE 'A'
2 Sm. 79c
lb 68c I
PILLSBURY HUNGRY JACK PANCAKE
6' OZ. BOX
IGA -TALL CANS
Evap. MILK 7CANS$1.00
WHOLE KERNEL or CREAM STYLE IGA 303 CANS
Gold CORN 6 -CANS $1.00
REG. $1.49 VICKS NYQUIL
,COLD MEDICINE -- 6 oz. btl. $1.19
REG. $1.73 BOTTLE OF 200
4 cons 33c BAYER ASPIRIN ------ btl. $1.39
MIRACLE OLEO -----1 lb. pkg. 33c
ALL FLAVORS IGA
ICE MILK --------- 1/2 gal. 49c
BOTTLE OF 15
BOTTLE OF 30
---- btl. 49c
Sweet Potatoes or Apples
OCTOBER 2, 3, 4 and 5
N-O- MeV I U. S. POSTAGE
Sec. 34.66 P.L&R.
Port St. Jo, PFla.
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
Permit No. 30
PORK & MEANS
SAVE MORE WITH A $10.00 ORDER
GA. GRADE 'A' With $10.00 Order or More
1 Dozen LARGE EGGS --- ----FREE
MAXWELL HOUSE With $10.00 Order or More,
COFFEE -- 2 Ib. can $1.19-
IGA v- With $10.00 Order or More
:FL 0U UR.. ._--. 10 lb. bag 79c
WITE $10.00 ORDER or MORE
FAB. DETERGENT gt. size 58c
BAKERITE With $10.00 Order or More
SHORTENING -- 3 lb. can 49c
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
PFCrK Ki nn
.- m m.
. . .
ABOUT TRADING STAMPS I
WHEN ANY FOOD MERCHANT TELLS YOU HE ABSORBS
THE ENTIRE COST OF THE TRADING STAMPS HE "GIVES" ,
Don't YOU Believe It!'
THE CUSTOMER ALWAYS PAYS ALL COST OF EVERY
All American businesses are started and run for one primary reason. This reason is to
earn money-profits for their owners.
The food store business is no different from any other business in this respect except
that food store profits are smaller than profits in practically any other kind of store.
Owners of several food stores which "give" trading stamps admit- that these stamps '
represent from two cents to five cents on each dollar of sales. tWho pays, then, for the
extra cost of these trading stamps? Not the owners, because they must make a profit to
stay in business. Remember: the customer ALWAYS pays ALL costs of every successful
When vwe hear others say that trading stamps cost food store customers nothing, we
know It just can't be true. We have been in this business too long to be fooled by such state-
It is obvious that food stores "giving" trading stamps must "make up" the added cost
in some way. Two ways this can be done are by raising prices on seldom-advertised items
(which the customer can't easily check) or by selling poorer quality merchandise (which
may also be difficult for the customer to see).
Have you considered the small return you receive for a book of Trading Stamps. A
minimum purchase of $120.00 is required to fill ae book with Trading Stamps. For your
$120.00 worth of purchases, you receive a premium worth approximately $3.00. Your actual
saving amounts to $1.00 for each $40.00 you spend in a Food Store giving stamps. When I
you shop at Rich's IGA Foodliner you save $2.00 to $4.00 on every $40.00 you spend. "WITH
CASH SAVINGS ON THE GO" and get "MORE FOR YOUR DOUGH." Based on these facts,
if you are getting "FREE" Trading Stamps you are paying too much for your groceries.
, j A, Pert St. Jiek lle THURSDAY, CrTOBER 3, 1968
S. be open at voting places on the WHEREAS, in and by said reso Gymnasium complex, ending
date of said bond election from lution this Board proposed the is- classrooms $796,261.00.h School
a00 A.M. until 7:00 P.M. on the suance of bonds by said Special New Po St. Joe High School.
Sd all as provided in said Tax School District in the amount Paved parking areas, drives and
Oc.luti.. hdo. t Otober,- 1, of $1,100,000.00 for the purpose of curbs and parking lot lighting, $40,-
NOTAICE OF BON DLECTIONC IN, andpublished in full below acquirig,building, enlargingPort St, fur- 000.Hih School:
as. part of this notice.nshing or otherwise improving New Port St Joe High School:
S C.1 OF GULFC OUNTY, LOR.C All qualified. electors residing buildings or school grounds or for Furnishings and equipment includ-
ID' ONO EI HEREBY GIVEN D9 within o.. who are freeholdl Ta ers 'lic schools within such District, in- sum, $67,000.00.
THAT AIS HEREBY GIVOll be on the date of such election and eluding but not limited to the pro- New Wewahitchka Junior-Senior
THAT A BOND ELECTIONweld be on theth date of specially re-regsh teredl jects hereinafter set forth; and High -School; Vocational-agricul-
1968, in Spedi talh. da School. N particifatPiao. Pren at requi -.. provided further, that to the extent ture shop, band room, choral
No8 oiuSplf Coa t o pa paon e- al cost may be greater or room and classrooms, $106,793.00.
e. pne saroule ountyee Floridg, t(th y ae heetao tblahe oarhal t"e-, .l -h eewaimeth 2 reo
boundaries of said District No 1 fled and permitted to vote at such l ess than the estimated cost of any i New Wewah Bitchka Juding ior-Seniorm
da es awith Count, Flore hny qualified elector residing in ficiency may be supplied from drivesn of parking areas, curbs,
'for the p 'e of t ermi ing such District who is a freeholder other unds available therefore, lighting of parking area and flag-
,i he .r nds of id Disn- on such date may vote at such bond, and anysurplus may be. applied pole, Wah r 30,000.00.3
tri t sh is In an aggre- election'upon compliance with the to any other part of said proposed I New Wewahitchka Junior-Seor
gate principaa -otlflt of not ex- reiments-of Section 100.241 .(4), building program and subject to High School; Furniture, furnish-
ceeding :$I,160,.00.00 bearing Florida Statutes the right of the Board, if it be wings and equipment, $26,000.00.
terest, pgyabl. l-a'W ually, at THE BOAROF PUBLIC found at the time of the construc- I Architect's fee, cost of freehold-
rt raeo a o.n l not exp l cee g s INSTRUCTION aOF tion of the said improvements and ers, registration, smitted to r-
dsix p her ent pera ss GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA facilities that the amounts alloca- pensatin f registration officers
shall be determ ined at the time of I /s/ GENE RAFFIELD, ed to certain projects are ipade- and preparation of Freeholder's
the sale thermeof, and maturing I Vice-Chairman quate for the completion of the list; election costs, including no-
serial ly in annt al inallments over ATTEST: projects, to allocate addi national tices, distribution of ballot boxes,
a period not t ne63eed twenty (20) Is R. MARION CRAIG amo units tosaid projects from oth- Iinspectors and' printing; legal pro-
years from the' date of said bonds i Secretary er projects herein listed, and if seedings for validatie on, printng
forthe purpose of financing pa it be found at the time of the and issuance of bonds, approving
of the cost of acquiring, building, RESOLUTION ORDERING AND construction of the school improve- opinion and other co sts, $23,946. 00.
dnlalging, furnishing or otherwise; "PROVIDING FOR THE HOLD- ments and facilities that less than I r Gand total, $l,00,000.00.
improving buildings or school ING OF AN ELECTION. IN SPE- the amounts hereinallocated to I WHEREAS, a certified copy of
grounds, or other school purposes. CIAL TAX 'SCOOL DISTRICT 'certain projects are needed for the I said resolution was transmitted to
as more specifically described and NO. OF GULF COUNTY, ucompletion of such proj ects, to al- the State Superintendent of Pub-
prqyided in' the resolution The FLORIDA, ON THE QUESTION locate the amounts to be saved to Lic Instruction of the State of Flor-
Board. of Public Instruction of. OF ISSUING NOT EXCEEDING other projects, or if through un- idq for his consideration. Approval
Gulf County, Fl9rida, -adopted on' $1,100,Q00.00 SCHOOL BONDS usual circumstances or conditions, of the same was made by the Hon-
the 1st day of October, 1968, which OF SAID DISTRIICT. including changes in population, it, orable Floyd T. Christian, State
said resolution is published in full WHEREAS, the Board of Public is deemed necessary and advisable Superintendent of Pubic Instruc-
below as part of this notice. Instruction of Gulf County, Flo4da, to change any of the School sites ti on of the State of Florida, under
The places of voting in said bond on the 9th day of September 1968, or modify any of the projects des- date of September 26, 1968, and
e lecion shall be.the places in said I duly and legally adopted .a reso- cribed herein to make such neces- notice of such approval was there-
District where-the general election ,lution entitled "Resolution Pro- sary changes in sites or projects after duly transmitted to The
will be held on such date-through- posing a Bond Issue for Special on the basis of a survey of school Board of Public Instruction of
out said District, except as other-.Tax School District No, 1 of Gulf I plant needs made under the super- Gulf County, Florida; and
wise ordered in. said resolution 'or County, Florida", which resolutionI vision of the State Superintendent WHEREAS, all things required
as may be' hereafter ordered in was adopted, pursuant 'to the re- of Public Instruction, such projects to be done prior to the calling of
accordance wtli thte provisions of' uirements of Section 236.37, Flor- being listed as 'follows: an election on the issuance of the
y the Florida Statuites. The polls will ida Statutes; and ,blNew Port St.-Joe High School: proposed bonds hAve been done,
LET'S GO BOWLING
3 3GAMES FOR $.,00 -
*< OCTOBER 3rd, 4th, and 5th .
GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY and.SATURDAY
ST. JOE BOWLING LANES
I WEST HIGHWAY 98
and it is now desired to call the
necessary election. I'C
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED by The Board of Public
Instruction of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, as follows, that:
SECTION 1. It is hereby found
and determined that bonds in the
principal amount of not exceeding
$1,100,000.00 bearing interest pay-
able semi-annually at such rate or
rates not, exceeding six per cent-
um (6%) per annum, as shall be
determined at the time of the sale
thereof, and to mature serially in
annual installments over a period
not to. exceed twenty (20) years
from the date of said bonds, are
required for the purposes herein-
before set forth. Such bonds- and
the interest thereon will be gen-
eial obligations of the District for
the payment of which the full
faith and credit of the District
shall be pledged.
SECTION 2. An election be and
is hereby ordered to be held in
Special Tax School District No. 1,
Gulf County. Florida, on Novem-
ber 5, 1968, to determine whether
or not said bonds shall be issued.
SECTION 3. The places of voting
in such bond election shall be the
places in said District where the
general election will be held on
such date throughout said Dis-
trict, except as otherwise ordered
herein by this Board or may be
hereafter ordered in accordance
with the provisions of the Florida
Statutes. The polls will be open at
such voting places on the date of
such bond election from 7:00 A.M.
until 7:00 P.M. on the same day.
Only the duly qualified electors
residing within said Special Tax
School District No. 1 who are
freeholders on the date of such
election and who have been re-
registered in the special re-regis-
tration for such bond election, as
required by law, shall be entitled,
qualified and permitted to vote at
such election; provided, however,
that any qualified elector residing
in such District who is a freeholder
on said date may vote at such bond
election upon compliance with the
requirements of Section 100.241(4),
SECTION 4. A special re-registra-
tion of qualified electors residing
in such District who are freehold-
ers has been ordered and shall be
held in the manner provided by
the resolution ordering such re-
registration as adopted by the
Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida.
SECTION 5. The ballot to be
used in said election shall be that
portion of cardboard or. paper with-
in the ballot frames of the voting
machines, which shall contain a
statement of the description of the
proposed issuance of bonds, and
which will provide facilities for
qualified electors who are free-
holders and who have re-register-
i ed for participation therein to vote
for or against the issuance of said
bonds as they may choose; and
said ballot as it shall appear with-
in the ballot frames of the voting
machines shall be in substantially
the following form:
Special Tax School District No. 1,
Gulf County, Florida, Bond Elec-
tion November .5, 1968.
Shall Special Tax School Dis-
trict No. I of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, issue bonds in the aggregate
amount of not -exceeding $1,100,-
000.00 bearing interest, payable
semi-annually, at such rate or
rates, not exceeding six per cent-
um (6%), as shall be determined
at the time' of the sale thereof,
and maturing serially in annual
installments over a period not
to exceed twenty (20) years from
the date of said bonds, for the
purpose of financing the cost of
acquiring, building, enlarging,
furnishing or otherwise improv-
ing buildings or school grounds,
as more specifically described
and provided in the resolution
of The Board of Public Instruc-
tion of Gulf County, Florida,
adopted on the 9th day of Sep-
tember 1968; the principal of
and Interest on such bonds to
be paid from a special ad valor-
em tax levied on all taxable pro-
perty in such District without
limitation as to rate or amount?
SInstructions to Voters:
Qualified freeholder electors
desiring to vote for the issuance
of said bonds are instructed, to
turn the pointer or leve at the
right of the words 'T"FOR
BONDS"; qualified electors de-
siring to vote against the is-
suance of said bonds are instruct-
ed to turn the pointer or lever
at the right of the words,
SECTION 6. Paper ballots shall
be used at said bond election for
those precincts not having voting
machines and for absentee voting.
The form of ballot to be used in
said bond election for those pre-
cincts not having voting machines
and for absentee voters shall be
in substantially the following
Special Tax School District No.
1, Gulf County, Florida, Bond
Election. November 5, 1968.
Shall Special Tax School Dis-
trict No. 1 of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, issue b6nds in the aggregate
amount of not exceeding $1,100,-
000.00 bearing interest, payable
semi-annually at such rate or
rates, not exceeding six per cen-
tum (6%) per annum, as shall
be determined at the time of the
sale thereof, and maturing ser-
ially in annual installments over
a period not to exceed twenty
(20) years from the date of said
bonds', for the purpose of financ-
ing the cost of acquiring, build-
ing, enlarging, furnishing or
otherwise improving buildings
or school grounds, as more =pe-
fically described and provided in
the resolution of The Board of
Public Instruction of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, adopted on the 9th
day of September 1968; the prin-
cipal of and interest on such
bonds to be paid from a special
ad valorem tax levied on all tax-
able property in such District
within limitation as to rate or
------- For Bonds
---------- Against Bonds
Instructions to Voters:
If you are in favor of the is-
suance 'of the bonds, place an X
in the space to the left of the
words, "For Bonds".
If you are not in favor of the
issuance of the bonds, place an
X in the space to the left of the
words "Against Bonds".
SECTION 7. The Secretary of
this Board is hereby authorized
and directed to have printed sam-
ple ballots and shall deliver them
to the Inspectors and Clerks on or
before the date and time for op-
ening of the polls for such bond
election. The Secretary is further
authorized and directed to make
appropriate arrangements with the
proper officials of Gulf County for
the use of such voting machines
and to have printed on plain white
cardboard or paper and delivered
in accordance with law the offi-
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Col. A. D. Core
FT. GEORGE G. MEADE, MD.
(AHTNC) Colonel 'Arthur D.
Core, son of Mrs. A. A. Core, 70
14th st., Apalachicola, retired from
the Army Aug. 28 after serving
more than 33 years in active ser-
Col. Core was last assigned as;
director of maintenance, Head-`
quaiters, 'First U. S. Army at Ft.
George G. Meade, Md.
The colonel holds the Bronze
Star Medal and the Army Com-
mendation Medal. He has served
in Korea and Portugal.
He graduated in 1931 from Chap-
man High School, Apalachicola,
and attended Mount Vernon School
of Law, Baltimore, Md. Before en-
tering on active duty, he was an
auditor for the St. Joe Paper Co.,
Port St. Joe, and publicity director
for the Apalachicola and Franklin
County Chamber of Commerce. He
and his wife, Ann, live at 3011
Brookmont Drive, Tallahassee.
cial ballots for use in such voting
machines; and in those precinct.
not having voting machines, papei
ballots shall be delivered to the
Inspectors and Clerks on or before
the opening .of the polls for such'
SECTION 8. The Supervisor of
Elections of the County of Gulf is
hereby authorized and requested to
make up and certify a list of all
qualified electors residing in thb
District who have specially re-'
registered for participation in such
election and who are determined
to be freeholders and to be quali-
fied to vote therein. A certified
copy of such list shall be furnish-
ad to the Inspectors and Clerks of
the election at each place where
the votes are to be cast in said
bond election, and a certified copy
of such list shall be filed and.pre-
served among the records of this.
SECTION 9. This Resolution
shall be published in full as a
part of the notice of said bond
election, together with an approp-
riate notice in such form as the
Secretary shall determine,- in .The
Star, a newspaper of general cir
culation in Gulf County, Florida,
once a week for four (4) consecu-
tive weeks, the first publication to
be not less than thirty (30) days
prior to the date of saidbond elec-
SECTION 10.. The Clerks and In-
spectors appointed to conduct the-
general election to be held on these
same date at the same places of
voting in the District are appoint-
ed and designated Clerks and In-
spectors to conduct such bond elec-
tion herein called.
SECTION 11. This Resolution
shall take effect immediately upon
DONE AND ORDERED by The
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf
County, Florida, in lawful meeting
assembled on this 1st day of Octo-'
ber, 1968. A "
/s/ GENE RAFFIELD
/s/ R. MARTON CRAIG, t
g _I ~
Gulf School Arts Instructors Form
Gulf County Art Council Organization
A Gulf County Art Council has, Jerry Kelly and George Boyer
recently been formed with Jerry will attend and report 'to the coun-
Kelly, art instructor of Wewahitch- cil on..the program and activities
ka High School as chairman. of The.Florida Art Education As-
Other officers include George sociation's 17th Annual Fall Con-
Boyer, recorder; Mrs. Virginia Har- ference to be held October 16 thru
. rison, representing Humanities. In- 19 at St. Petersburg at the Happy
dustrial arts are represented by Dolphin Inn. :.
Walter Trikosko and Albert Wynn.1 The Art Council will work out
Each elementary school in the, ways for using this information to
county has a representative on the'
Council. They are Henry Lilius oft
SHighland View Elementary, Mrs.
., *Ruth Phillips of Washington Ele
Sn,'mentary and Mrs. Dorothy Bar-
'e6w of Port St. Joe Elementary.
Mrs. Lila S. Brouillette is art su-'
pervisor for Gtilf .Cunty.
.e... 'The group is currently busy
planning for the art activities in
their schools throughout the coun-
aP oty, recommending art magazines',
books and film strips to the libra-
S s, planning art exhibits of stu-
J iJdy Moore, Pam Wilson, Pam Holland, Jan, mon Jacobs wear the costumes of the decades dents work to be held throughout
Flmiig, Mrs. Shirley Walton' and Mr Ther- in which the WMU has served. -Star photo the year and throughout the coun-
.: .., p ae ty. They have elected representa-
'. Ia"." Jubi e tives to attend the state meetings
F irst Baptist W oman s'Missio ary union .uObserves Jubilee on the arts and bring back ideas
.. --'_...' "--and ways of working in the arts,
V, ,. : W ork n lin Floriapn W ith Program and Tea pSocial4, aew media and techniques for pre-
L. i sending to teachers and students
-g.- .. .. .in Gulf County, and for discussion.
e 'Annieroary Dof The Dia- Lancaster. This book being the C rey and his work ntnissi inof art textbooks and goals.
b i lJubilee Year of The Wo- history of The Woman's Mission- 1792 using Scripture, Isaiah 54:3 A e e-a -
Missionary nion work in ary. work in Florida. And an Auxil- and 4 as basic for her tak. One of the Art Council certain state
ida was observed with a Tea lary t' the Flor d alitist Conven- Mr. Careys famous statements was, meetings were discussed and those
S 1he.ebvsphill Te,first tion.-. ,-.. "Expect great things from d" most necessary for members toat
_pat Church on Septembier 26- Portraying the Leaders in t.le and "Attempt great things for God" tend in the s f or members and activia.
Sat :00 p.m. Woman's Missionary Work for the This should be every Christian's ties were selected and members in.
#!:-.!4. CoCon wvas in:.charge past 715 years.yerb Miss J-4dyImotto. formed and urged to attend.
of alhe l t.).A dinig was More, Miss ilnyaon,' .asPam A circle of prayerowas.led by Henry Lilius will represent Gulf
.- Soh~ Title "Gods Wonders" com- Shirley Walden and Mrs. Frelda -Bateman. Refreshments from a for Childhood Education. The Fall
Spd~ed py _Mrs. Matr a ,1lovters Jacobs 'these ladibs wore dresses beautifully appointed table over- study'conferenbd will beheld Oc-
tsourp.. Or Watch word -of the as worn in the ages.past playedd with- white organdy cloth t ober 3 tli'wugli 5 at Daytona
..y -Matt. 24:40 wasrepeated S in ~Mis. L. ). Cox a member of the Fentered with silver candelabra Beach. The theme' of the a onfer.
uz 6i-ed:-.iltlb pm :e b, W-Ag~U 1rs.,holding lighted white $#perp, eink ence *1W be "A happening in the
-- -tnmM .! qp~*. m O hited glads. Fe- .6fts" with' workshops, 'vsitatioes,
dialogue on the book "On This her cape having eom e by a crystal punci M anSsater irfflbitsE and, ethres, panel dis-,
undation"-written by "Mrs. Lelia of Queen Regent in Y.W.A. work. coffee service, dainty sandwiches '-"cudion .and .all- group gather-
ig I t~asit ge eh M A. Y, teman program nut balls and salted nuts were .ings. ', -
S I`'helfli i akkso ad gMya o 4 -," se-e-,to~a vut 3. So g t. Albliert Wyniin ill attend the In-
CO dustrial Arts Conference to be hed
VA .- A 4 October 18-19 at 'Florida Souther-n
Woman's Society of Christian Service Observing Annual Colege inL
'Call to Prayer and .Self Denial" At Methodist Church CARD OF THANKS
"f'he- Woman s Soci't G ion"': We take'this means to thank'
SMembers of the Woman's Society Guilds function.' I tries in Asia. our friends for the cards, food
(" Christian-Service United Metho-I The theme of the 1968 Call to (1) Among the mission school and floral offerings we received
ist Church of Port St. Joe will Prayer and Self-Denial is' "Christ, in the United States requiring new at the time of-.the death of ouri
the best advantage for ,the art pro-
gram in Gulf County.
NOTES FROM THE
'The following are, but a few pf
the new books and some old favor-
ites you will find for. your Fall
reading enjoyment at the Port St.,
Joe Public Library.
"Tihe Police Establishment" by
William W. Turner is;.'a no-holds.,
barred expose of the 'frightening
power and influence of a new force
in tqday's society.
"The 'Indomitable, Baptists" by
0. K. Armstrong is the story of.the
largest and liveliest Protestant de-
nomination in America told in
terms of its colorful leaders from
Roger Williams to Billy Graham.
-"Better Homes and Gardens
Favorite Ways with Chicken, Tur-
key, Duck and Gave ,']irds" ron-
tains ideas for menus and recipes
for serving fowl all the way from
the elegant to the casual. -
"Hea en Help Us.!" by Herbert
Tarr tells of a young rabbi and his
warmly comic adventures in his
first pulpit. This is a .wildly funny
yet deeply serious novel.
"The 'Cassiopeia Affair" by
Ch loe Zel-wiek and Harrison
Brown is the story of an eminent
scientist who, as the nations gird
for nuclear war, announces aicon-
tact with intelligent life on an-
"The Hospital War" by Charles
H. Knickerbocker is a novel of
medical intrigue. It contains sound
material on the practice nf medri.
'participate this week in one of the the Giverp LifWe," inspired by mthe uiumings or the repair of existing brother, MarliiParker in Panama I cine and in adiionpres-entsa
niost important annual observances opportunities to be made possible ones is Vashti' School in Thomas- City. .renatin gin sido ion presents a
of U n i t' ethodist women, by. gifts ths week and the study, ville, ,Georgia. Fpund i 1903 by .. M. L. ARKE an within the medical profession.
oughout th United States. Coming to Life, by Dr. Erest W. Methodist women, Vashti today sFAMIL Your ub l
Th e 'Call to Prayer and Sell- Saunders, dean of Garrett '1heolo-. a home and school for girls from
J.epial,". initiated in 1887, focuses' gical ,Seminary and professor of many states, teenagers -some with
4n guided mission study, a muchktNew Testament Interpretation. [intolerable home problems. Some
neededd offering for special world The Program Meeting for women of the buildings still in use on. ,
Iff national projects, and a deep- of Methodist Churches will be held i Vashti's campus date from the time
L,500 women in 33,000 societies Each year the Women's Division and must be replaced if the stu-
,iduilds in all 50 states will join designates certain mission pro-. dents are to:..e cared f.or properly ...
in 'the observance, jects in the United States and over- and given full opportunity to deve- i''
The Call is sponsored by the seas as beneficiaries of an offering' lop as individuals. Kl:'
Women's Division of The United which is given as part of the Call (2) Three-fifths of the world's J'-'--=
Methodist Board of Missions. The to Power and Self-Denial. This population lives in Asia, and that ,W-'
Division, one of the four major year the projects chosen because population is crowding into urban.B-=--'--..
units of the Board of Missions, is of special needs are: Building Fund areas like Calcutta, Hong Kong, -
the notional body through which I for Educational Work for Schools- Jakarta,, Seoul, Singapore, and r.ca in-
all local Women's Societi d in the United States and in the United States; Uran Minis- Tokyo. The United Methodist w im
.. .. ofer r_ pcil_ old T_ rora_ eeinoroe Church in Asia is attempting bold
ptona prjecs, ad adee- o Mehodit Curces illbe hld ashi'scamus dte romthetim
new methods of dealing with urban
problems of housing, health, em-
ployment, sanitation, and the break-1
down of family life. The Saigon
Christian workers are serving the
refugees of war.
Monetary support, through spe-
cial self-denial offerings, will help
make possible this work. In 1967,
the Call to Prayer and Self-Denial
offerings totalled $645,911.90. Each
woman who takes part is asked to
save over a length of time and then
bring her offering for the designat-
ed projects. Women are requested
to pray for the workers and those
served by these projects.
Troop 47 of Port St. Joe had a
meeting last Monday night. The
Scouts have received a new sign.
The boys who want tb join should
have no trouble in. finding the
Scout Hut now. Dr. King, with the
help of Eric Hammond and Emory
Cason, put the sign up.
Jim Moore, Willain Scott and
Corkie Justice were passed off on
-sme of their Tenderfoot. While
some of the Scouts were being pas-
sed off, the others had activity
period. Dr. King and Emory Cason
passed off the Tenderfoot.
After activity period the Scouts
played a game.
Midget investments* igh'
Window Price 2831.00
Galaxie 500 Fordor
Window Pricb 3558.00
and information on nearly every
subject. However, should your li-
brary or bookmobile not have the
book or material you request it
can be obtained for, you 'through
the Northwest. Regional Library
System of which Port St. Joei Pub-
lie Library is a member.
Letterto Editor. .
before and *ill happefi again un,
less'you do something about it.
Write Mr. Pete Gibson, Perry,
Fla., or contact Mr. Ben Wil-
Mrs. Vera Lowr '
.Dear Editor: '"
I do hope the many of us who
were inconvenienced by the
breakdown of the. bridge Sunday
will write their state represen-
tatives 4and, ask why the bridge
can't be repaired or rebuilt as
it should be. This has happened ,B
Miss Sandra Dianne Murray Is;Married
To Sgt. R. J. Di Donato In Carrabelle
Miss Sandra. Dianne .Murray, rational hall in .the church. As-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William sisting the bride's mother were
E. Murray, Sr., ofI Carrabelle, be-i Mrs. Norman Lee Shultz., itss Su-
came the bride of'Sgt. Richard J. iie Messer, Miss Dale Riley all of
Di Donato Saturday evening at Carrabelle.
7:30" p.m, in the First Baptist "After-the wedding trip fo Provi-
Cht rch at Carrabelle. Sgt. Richard dence, R. I., Mrs. Di Donato will
J. Di Donato is originally from be at Travis Air Force Base os- w"
Providence, Rhode 1Island and is pital in 'California, where she is a
stationed at Sheppard Air Force R~diologist:-Technician and Sgt .
Base, Texa i Donato at Sheppard Air Force
The Rev. R. C. D performed Base, Texas, where he is. instruc-
the double ring ceremony by can- tor in communications and secur-
' Given in marriage byher fa Out of town guests for the wed-
ther, the bride wore a floor length nin ld e L etn, Mrs. 0 .
bridal gown of -peau 'de soi satin Cannington, Rex. Littleton, Mr. and
with a waist train' of chantilly "Mrs. Randy McCain and daughters,
lace lined with peau:-de oie. satin: Wpl. M"' ray, Jr., all of Port
Her illusion veil was fastened to St .Joe; Mrs.' Midel Horvath of
a, rhinestone and pearl tiara. She Perry, o hio
carried a cascade of white ca lga- -
tions and lily of the valley. G l a1 P an
Mrs. Michael Horvath, sister of X011 1S
bride, was matron of honor.
34s c~fu6ay w rva Taiahassee Visit i
d for her sister. Mrs. orvath *
Wpre paink with : arce, irini N ,' A receptibinqwviUl tbqhe meid
Mturray wore mint green smocked lounge ato TaBahassee Federal Sati-e
eminpire. ings and Loan Association at 44fr
'Jo Ann Murray and Cathy Mur- N. Monroe St., in Tallahassee to-.
ray were train carriers for their morrow for Julie and Trisha Nix-
sister; wearing mint green empire on and David Elsenhower.
dresses. Each carrie41 a sheaf of The' Nixon' girls are the daugh- V
white and peppermint carnations, tears aof presidential candidate
William E; Murray, Jr., brother Richard M. Nixon and Elsenhower
'of the bride was best man. Ushers is the grandson of former Presi-
included 0. Howard Cannington dent Eisenhower.
of Port St. Joe, uncle of the bride The young people are touring
and Rex Littleton of Port St. Joe. the area working -for the candidacy
The bride's parents entertained of Nixon.
their many friends with a recep-1 The public is invited to come j -
tion in honor of the bridal couple to Tallahassee and meet these V
following the ceremony at the rec- young people.
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for top value and performance., ,
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Come in and try it today.
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JIMMY'S PHlRULP'S "66"
Monument and Third Phone 229-4256
THS STAR, port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1968
by, SUSIE BINION
7The Sharks e ld'the Chat.
tahoocfee Yellow ,Jackets Fri-
,":day-night. The g",i ended with
a victor y ors39l ,Ithe Sharks.1
We have a great' eam -this year
'and we are coti' on the boys
to bring recognit Iq to our school
through the football team. So
far, they'l~rdoi4 great job
and we need to continue to sup-
.port them the b9it that we-can.
4e Sharks will play Friday
.:' eight against 'thg-iBaker Gators
On Saturday, October 5, the
/Di.trict Idtdent Council Con-
vention wilbe7hbldat FSU. The
hbstschool will be. tckards and
tha guest speaker,wiR be Gover.
nor Kirk. The representatives
'from our council who will, be at-
ending are Char e Leyis, -Jo
Beth Hammock, Tim Griffin-and
j The4Junior Class Play try-outs
were held Monday and Tuesday
night. The casting will be done
the beginning of next week.
'he Junior Varsity Sharki
played their first game las
Thursday night in Wewahitchka
, The Junior Gators got by the
Sharks' with a 13-9 victory. To
nigit .the Junior -Sharks. wil
play te Bluntstown Tiger
herA "in Port St.. Joe. Everyone
AAH residences are required to provide
30 gulln covered- garbage containers and
place in easily accessible locations in or-
der to fadiltatte garbdI e pick-up service.
SAll garbage containers mist be pro-
.C W. Brock
SCity Auditor and Clerk 3t
IF YOU DON'T SEE IT... ASK
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Oct. 3, 4 and S
OPEN SUNDAY 10:0.A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
GA. GRADE "A"
FRYERS ---- Ib.
27c CUBE STE
AK -b. 89c
BLADE CUT CENTER CUT
CHUCK ROAST lb. 39c H A M b. 89c
BONELESS RUMP or SIRLOIN TIP .
BEEF ROAST -b. 99c
TENDER SEMI-BONELESS Copeland or Frosty Morn All Meat-12 Oz.
CHUCK STEAK -- Ib. 69c WIENERS -- pkg. 39c
FULL CUT .. PORK Center Cut First Cut
ROUND STEAK Ib. 89c CHOPS -- Ib. 79c Ib. 49c
5 LB. BAG 39c
Maxwell House INSTANT 6 Oz. Jar
Limit 1 Jar Per Customer. .
10 lbs. 49c
(Formerly P. T. McCormick's)
LADIES' WINTER tSAdU
On lanes 1 and 2, Hannon met
*with No. 1 Drive-In with Hannon'
taking three games from No. 1
Drive-In. High game and high ser:
ies went to Barbara Owens with
a series of 349 and game of 133
for Hannons. High game and high
series for No. 1 Drive-In was rolled
I by Miriam Pfeifer with a series
of 441, high game of 169.
On lanes 3 and 4, Team No. 5
met with 13 Mile taking all fourI
from Team No. 5. High game and
series goes to Martha Ward with
a 420 series and game of 168. Ola
Jean followed with a 415 series.-
That's good bowling girls. For
Team No. 5, high game and series
goes to Maydell Pettis with a 331
series and high game of 133.
Over on lanes 5 and 6, Team
No. 2 met with Pate's. These teams
split' with two games each. High
game and-series were posted by
Mary Brown with a 466 series and
192 game. Keep it 'up Mary and
you won't ever get a handicap.
Melba Barbee was close behind'*
with a 465 series. For Pate's, high
game and series goes to Ruby Lu-
cas with a game of 172.
On lanes 7 and 8, Tapper's Sen-
ators met with Team No. 3 who
took three games from the Sena-
otors. High game and series for the
winners goes to Connie Kirkland
with a .series of 460 and game of
176. Janie Murphy picked/ up twoI
different splits;" the 5.10 and the
1-5-10. High game and series for
the Senators goes to Mary Alice
Lyons with a game ;of 165 and ser-
ies of 446.' -
Know your teams: Tapper's Sen-
ators; Marguerite Scheffer, Chris-
tine Lightfoot, Shirley Whitfield
and Mary Whitfield.
Standings W hL
13 Mile Oyster Co, ------- 8 0
Team No. 6 2
Team No. 2 5: 3
HIannon's Ins. 4 4
Pate's Shell 3 5
Team No. 5 3 5
Tapper Senators------ 2- 6
No. 1 Drive-In -------- 1 71
PURE CANE -- With $10.00 Order or More
1 POUND LOCKS' f 2
PILLSURY 10 COUNT
UmSCUIS --4 cans 33c
GSA. GRA GS "A" .
Small EGGS .2 doz. 69c I
Beginning November 1, service
Connection Will Cost $5.00
in addition to the regular monthly rate of $5.00
You Still Have A Month
to get on the cable before you have to begin paying a service
The Low Monthly Charge of
$5.00. For Cablevision
is a bargain for all the colorful programs that are on TV to-
day, and particularly with all the football games coming up
This fall. If you like to watch college football, be, sure that.
you turn to Channel 4 on Satu'day afternoon for NCAA foot-
ball at its best.
If You Desire Cablevision
call the Telephone Company business office at I
GULF CABLEVISION, Inc.
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try, t6 attend and support the Gulf county is tupelo honey. Laird BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
boys County Agent Tells Rotary Club That pointed out that nowhere inthe Mr and rs Paul E. Ramsey of
SI coming "Row ord is tupelo honey produced- Atianta, Ga., announce the arrival
Six week tests will be given Gulf Is Becoming Row Cr County r tupelo honey-except right of twins, on September 28. The
next week. Friday, October 11, here in the Apalachicola River little girl, Paula, weighed six bs .
will be the end ohe he first six County Agent Cue Laird told being planted was formerly con- valley. As a result of this unique 10 ozs., and the boy, Robert, weigh-
weeks for the the Port St. Joe Rotary Club last sidered unsuitable for producing product, Laird said he is trying to ed seven lbs., and foub ozs. The
Thursday that Gulf County is be. an acceptable pine tree crop. I get a grading standard established grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. '
The library has made many coming an agricultural county and But while soy beans are being for the honey which will give the L. Lowery of Nettleton, Miss., and
improvements this year. The that the county has a unique crop introduced to the county, the pine producer better price Mr. and wrs. Edwi Ramsey of
new library books are begin- for the world, tree is still the backbone of Gulf's producer aPort St. Joe.
S ning to come in. Some of the Laird pointed out that for many economy. Guest of the club was Jimmy
ones received in the vast few years now, Gulf County has had a The unique crop produced by Greer. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
weeks include replacements or "pine tree economy" interspersed '
second copies of old favorites with a few row crops and cattle Clyde Millender Is
such as "Skin Diver", "Going on herds Cy MI IIe I -s--- |
' Sixteew" and "Swamp Cat' This puts Gulf in the position Winner of Shotgun
Some new, ones are "Americas ,of bucking the trend in the United
M Mark Twain", "Words of States, according to statistics given The Gulf Rifle Club announces
S ci e ence", "C6mputers" -and accoring t sttitcsgie
Science "Computers" tnd ,by Laird. He pointed out that 40 that the winner of the shot gun -,.7
leaders of Our Time" just to years ago, 40% of the nation's given away last Saturday was ,
mention a few. New equipment people were in farming activities. I Clyde Mvllender of 1911 Cypress
in the library this year is the 6 of the populationAvenue. R ifle Clu's annu
s miciifilm reader, a gift of the are ar in eole. Instead of di- The Gulf Rifle Club's annual [^ _^ B l
1968 Senior Class and microfilm Imnishin in farming activity shooting champions were announ-
for a number of. magazines that .mins ing in farming activity, ced last Saturday at the conclusion
o are cdbed h "Rad Gulf County is increasing.dtasso
are include the Readers Thesoybean broke the row rop of the shooting competition.
- Guide". drought in Gulf, according to IWinner. were, Steve Hoand in
.Laird's presentation. There arethe pistol completion; Margaret A
There is more to the school now two corporations planting Bigs, women's rifle division and
than just the academic aspects., large tracts of land in soy beans. TrJo dio men's rifle presented o ruggist's Certificate a Registered pharmacist
e Port St. Joe High offers the stu- Laird pointed out that the landthe winners for their accomplish- shows that he has passed the Plorida State Board of
dents many extra-curricular ac- ments. Pharmacy examination and is qualified to dispense drugs.
tivities in which to participate such as helping to keep the halls. *--- At Smith's you are assured of your prescription, being
for us, we should work harder rooms, etc., neat and clean are ... omp nd'*d hby a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
together to keep the image of of great importance in project- Rifle Club Sponsoring ,,,., .
Port t. Joe High the best that ing this image. Remember that Hunter Safety Program C
is possible. This involves many respect for property reflects the H S P g
things. Even the little things type of person you are. As a public service, the Gulf Ayer an.d Danna -
Rifle Club is sponsoring a hunt- Ayer an .
ing them four ga*ies to none. Lit. her's safety program beginning at COSMETICS OR MEN By English Leather, and Canoe
Stue David. Roche had the big ball 7:00 p.m. Monday, October 7, in ~'ISl OUR BABY DEPARTMENT FOR BABY GIFS ,
l A lle y as he rolled a 215 game and a 518 the Port St. Joe High School
A /lef y series to lead the pack. Bill Grape library. Featured speaker will
was high for the losers with a 489 be l l .PmcLaird.
series. I The program will include ala
S a film, "Trigger Happy Harry",
I Gulf County. IadIes League and a question and answer per- NOW OPEN 1:30O A.M. to 6:30 -M.
The.results of the GJf C(ouity iod at the end of the program. PHONE 227.111 236 RBEID AVENUE
GULF, COUNTY MBN'S LEAGUE Ladies Bowling League meeting on Everyone interested is Invit- use Our Drive-In Window ,
To .contests were pl~a~ id the September. 25, mie4 s fo1llowp:. 'e' to ittdad. i '..
(ld County Me n's w e t .. .L Leaguee, t".. ..a. -- h
thistweek; *with -Vitro I and .Won- _WJOE d.._ B -. ..in a close' e
der Btr picking up the marbles, rac 't gaih el n ot h C C ".
i others" Vitrd by a three tow one .ev. a "R ot. .. 'A ve",. bowled a
ners. Elzie Owens took top scor. Whitco winning thil e and St Joe '
ing honors for both teams by roll- Whitco posted a 492 total. Brenda
Ing a 535 series.- litco posted a 492 total. Brenda 0
"'ing a3 series. Mathes deserves honorable men-
Wonder Bar took a clean sweep tion with her fine 425 total.
from Florida National Bank best- t .. Jo.e Pa .r Coma, deeated 'i
-with Evelyri Smith topping the : IS still making
Mark with a 517 total. Verna Burch
I still leads the way with an excel- EE r v C onr .c o
lent 595. Lois Smith trailed not O ll Lnt io
s far FREE Service Connectionsb
,. Williams Alley Kats defeated the
ALITY FO DSI aN. Railro m hat aof four So you can get on the cable to see the ball games
night as she bowled a 522 total.
FOR I!' Dot Hanmm rolled a 417 for A.N.
BUY THE PAIR
).A)ik [. MEKILCAN
...under any living condition!
from the fabulous
SOFA SLEEPERS THAT LOOK LIKE SOFAS
Selfrdecking. under cushions
Extra heavy cushions
5- ins. thick! IMPROVEDPA
.. PRINT WILL NHOT
gg--g ,.". Prwttive clear
Choice of clorEs "tand-ed :
3" Knit I
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Come in today... our display is complete...
"'nd if your interest should lie beyond the bed-
rn furniture, there is an exquisite dining
This Is The t has
BRYANT E Rocker has
" S EXTRA HE AVY
Here in the Ashley River Collection are bedroom
pieces designed tosneet the most discriminating
taste. Each perfectly proportioned piece is made
ALSO AVAILABLE IN KINGSIZI
A flew, focal point for your Living Room-a new, lasting beauty and conven-
ience. Detailed crafting assures pride of ownership n this Early Amerian
Sleeper. Latex Foam Rubber seat cushions, deep tufted back design provide 1
ultimate sitting comfort. Fingertip ease converts sitting beauty into a full
size double bed.-Select covers in either Tweed or Scotchgard* protected
prints. ALSO AVAILABLE IN KINGSIZE
-M n jK ** *- j
Easy wrist action tilts head area
of sleeper frame and matitres
to comfortable *up' posiilon for
eaiing., TV viewing or just re-
NOW IN OUR SHOWROOMS
SOFA SLEEPERS THAT LOOK UKE SOFAS
SOFA SLEEPERS THAT LOOK LIKE SOFAS
A DANLEY BONUS BARGAIN
Buy this comfortable
upholstered in beautiful
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 19"
I -- Omn
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1968 PAGE NINR
, ....a.mi .MINE
SUANCE OF NOT EXCEEDING i pose of securing an up-to-date list as a qualified elector who una ishing oflaborfll
$1,100,000.00 SCHOOL BONDS OF of qualified electors who are free- freeholder residing Gulf Coun for said work ac- other establishments shall y-th event such collection is fora build
t al A V SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT holders in said County to partici- ty, Florida, in the re-registraton cording to specifications now on sum of $3.00 per month and shall ing and construction site. The rea-
gW NO. 1 OF GULF COUNTY, FLOR- ppte in a bond election to be called provided for in this notice arid by file with W. J. Herring, 405 16th be entitled to three (3) collections sonable fee for such service shall
: IDA, WILL BE SUBMITTED TO and held on the 5th day of Novem- resolution adopted September 10, Street, Port St. Joe, Florida Joe per week. If more than three col- be set in accordance with the es-
NOTIC THE QUALIFIED E L E C TO RS ber, 1968, for the p ur- ose of sub- 1968; provided, however, that any Hewett, 523 Ninth Street Port elections per week are required, tiated galloage and yardage to
NOTICE OF RE-REGISTRATION WHO ARE FREEHOLDERS RE- hitting to the quafied electors qualified electors residing in the Joe, Florida; and J. L. Sims, 220 such establishment must make ar be collected, plus an additional
",F QUALIFIED ELECTORS WHO SIDING IN GULF COUNTY, FLOR- who are freeholders residing in district who are freeholders may Sixth Street, Port St.. oe, Flod. rangement with the City and pay sum of ten per cent (10%) of the
ARE FREEHOLDERS RESIDING IDA. Gulf County, Florida, and have re- vote at said bond election upon No bids will be considered uness a fee of $1.00 for each additional estimated fee to compensate for
IN GULFCOUNTY FOR THE PUR- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN registered as provided herein the complying itthe requirements bid inaccordance with thespec- collection. the extra duties imposed of a tern-
POSE OF PARTICIPATION IN A that a re-registration of the quall. question of the issuance of not of sub-section (4) of Section 100.- fications which may be 'obtained (4) Special users of garbage col- porary nature.
BOND ELECTION TO BE HELD fled electors who are freeholders exceeding One Million One Hun- 241, Florida Statutes. from any of the three individuals ection services such as hotels, mo- SECTION 2. This Ordinance shall
IN GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, ON residing in Gulf County, Florida, Is dred Thousand Dollars ($1,100,- NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN named above. election servi laces, etsuch as hotels, o- S ffECTION 2. This Ordinance shallNo
THE 5th DAY OF NOVEMBER, hereby called and ordered by the 000.00) School Bonds of Special that the record of qualified elec- Bids will'be received up to 7:00 telseating places, etc., shall be take effect with billings dated No
1968, AT WHICH BOND ELEC- Board of County Commissioners ol Tax. School District No. 1 of Gulf Itors who are freeholders residing o'clock P.M., October 1o, 1968. Bids $5-00 per month and each shall be member 1, 1968.N n m.
TION THE QUESTION OF THE IS- Gulf County, Flo.rida, for the pur- County, Florida for the purpose n Gulf County who re-register at should be sealed and delivered' to i. e our (4) r- INTRODUCED in the City Co -
of financing the cost of acquiring, the registration provided for in either of the above named, trustees. age pickups pr week.'' emission on the 24th day of Sep-
building, enlarging, furnishing or this notice, being the latest record UPP Local 379 reserves the right (5) Wholesale users of garbage member, A. D, 1968.
otherwise improving school build- of re-registered qualified electors to reject any and all bids, If any and trash Pickup* and disposal ser- FRANK PATE, Jr.
FIRST A I ST CH C ings or school grounds, or other who are freeholders residing in bid is awarded, it will be contin- vices, which shall in clue super ATTESTMayor-Commissioner
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH school purposes, or for the pur- said County shall supersede prior gent upon the successful 'bidder markets, sh ay for su coe ATTEST: BRO
.pose of approving any act with.iecords of the qualifiedelectors provingtothe satisfactison of said tion service t hn e sum' ieof $15.00 pto CHty Auditor and Clerk 26
NOTICE IS FURTHER HEREBY I said County, and in said bond elec sible to handle said contract and daily collection for five (5) days
GEN that the re-registrAtion tion to be held in Special Tax will be based upon a written con- each week. I..I; .... NOTICE
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM. books of Gulf County, Florida, will School District No. 1 of Gulf Coun- tract to be entered by said Local (5) Other special, temporary or I will no longerr be responsible
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. books open for the re-registra- ty, Florida, on November'5, 1968, and the successful bidder. transient users, such as circuses,
ORN G WORS Ie kept open for.o the qre-regisula-i f a ,in any bond election thereaf- UPP LOCAL 379 tent shows, carnivals, 'or, other ifor any debts othernthan ithosein-
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 1100 A.M. ton of the quaied electors wo andter the ower to issue bonds shall BY. ITS BOARD of TRUSTEES miscellaneous or transient users curred by me personally after the
TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M. are freeholders residing in Gulfbebasedupn the approval of the By:, JOE HEWETT, Trustee which shall include building and date 'of the first publication of,
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 7:30 P.M. for and inge p majority o the votes casting an 3tc-9-19onstruction sites, shall paysuch this notice, September 19, 1968.
beginning with and including Sep majority of fee for garbage and trash collect.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M. member 16, 1968, and ending with election in which a majorityWARD YOUNGB 4t
and including October 19, 1968, at the qualified electors who are free- ORDINANCE NO 37 tion services as may be reasonably EDWARD YOUNGBLOOD 4t
"Come and Worship God With Us" the officeoff the Supervisor f holders residing in said CountyAN ORDINANCE AMENDING- determined by' the CLASSFED ADS
Elections of Gulf County, in the and who re-register in the registra- SECTION 1 AND SECTION 2 and, Clerk based upon a reasonable
County Courthouse in the City of tion provided for in this notice OF ORDINANCE NO. 157X EN- e d at the anticipate the license Midet nvtment That eld
Fort St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida, shall participate. TITLED: "AN ORDINANCE RE- required at the time the license Midg, t Investment; That Yeld
f9:00clock Datedthis10thdayofepem--"fosuchbusiness shall be issued,Giant Returns
between the hours of 9:00 o'clok d s h day of eptem- IN TO RATES, CHARGES or the services performed, in the
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend A.M. to 12:00 o'clock noon and er, 1968. AND RULES FOR WATER AND
from 1:00 o'clock P.M. until 5:00 BOARD OF COUNTY SEWER CONNECTIONS AND
o'clock P.M. on each day in said COMMISSIONERS OF GULF SERVICE OF THE CITY OF
LONBA TIT CHJR 4 H period except Sunday and legal COUNTY,_FLORIDA PORT ST. JOE: PROVIDING_
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH Gold.B. MCdDANIEL, THE TERMS OF PAYMENT a o F1wers
orner Long nue nd 16th Street ny person who is a qualifiedCh. 4t 2 ILATNDPENALTIES FOR THER. Fer
elector and freeholder residing in ATTEST: Y CORE tVIOLATION THEREOF. ANCES .
SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A.I3 Gulf County may re-register for GEORGE Y. CORE, REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
S aid bond election a theoffice ofClerk of the circuit Court of Gulf OR PARTS OF ORDINANCE Has wire service anyplace in the nation
MORNING WORS131P ... --. -.---------.-.11:00 A.M- the Supervisor of Elections of Gulf County, Florida, and ex-officio IN CONFLICT HEREWITH.'
BAPTIST TRA ING UNION 5:45 P.M. County at the County Co house Clerk of thBoard of County CPROVIDING FOR AN ater Weddi Receptions and Spcial Occasio
E N WTR I PG 7:0 P.M.. Port St. Joe, Florida, durig the missoners of Gulf County, Florida FECTIVE DATE.W-R np,
peio anr t S t he, toims seu- t Section 3. This resolution shall BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY
NING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M. perd and at Sthe times set out. ims ntS Deliver in Port St. oe
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ... 7:30 P.M. above. take effect immediately. 4t-9-12 OF N 1ORT ST. JOE: We D adver in Port St. Joe
No person will be permitted to I'SECTION i. That Sections .and
vote or person will bticipate permitted said to NOTICE TO BID 2 of Ordinance No. 157X be, and
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME election to be held in SpecialTax Notice is hereby given that UPP the are hereby, amended so as to Located at Milergrens, Highway 71, S. Wwahtchka
School District No. I of Gulf Coun- Local 379 will receive sealed bids read as follows:
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor ty. Florida, on the 5th day of No-for certain paint and trim work to STIO ThALL COLLECT DAY O 'NIGHT 639-260
vember, 1968, unless such person be done on property owned by said SECTION' That the City .of.A.CLE
Air Conditned- Co lly Heted is a qualified elector who is a Local located at 506 Sixth Street, Port St. Jo e shall ch a co-ED PLANTS W
freeholder residing in Gulf Coun-IPort St. Joe, Florida. lect from s onsumers of water far-
S- Said bids will call for the corporate limits of the City, the BE AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES.
following rates, to wit:
From 0 to 4,000 gallons, $.75 per
4,001 to 10,000 gallons $.45 per SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR -
10,001 to 15,000 gallons $.40 per
All over 25,000 gallons $.25 per
SProvided that a minimum charge A A TV Antenna
'4for all consumers of water shall
SECTION 2.. That the City of CABLE-VISION WILLSOON E AT YOUR DOOR
Port St. Joe shaUll charge and col-
sfjn *~ t^ H,. ~ the^H Ilect for each sewer connection toewr f
the sewerlin e ithin the corpor- WEST COAST CABLE-VISION
ate limits of the City of Port St. .T
Joe the following rates, to wit:
._40% of the amount of the charge will soon be serving
for water made to such consumer
during the same month. Provided MEXICO BEACH-BEACON HILL-T. JOE BEACH
that a minimum charge for all
sewer connections shall be $1.20
per month. For In formation, Call 648-6311 /
Limited time offer on famous SECTION 2. This Ordinance is to
take 'effect with the water and
sewer billing of November 1, 1968.
INTRODUCED in the City Com-
mission on the 24th day of Sep-
W t *'aetember, A. D.'1968.
FRANK PATE, Jr.,
SATTrEST: N e 4 P "A. *TST
mrB 'AC. W. BROCK _N --9-2 '....
City Auditor and Clerk 2t-9-26.
ORDINANCE NO. 38
NYLON CORD ,E CT IE- RIN Top Soil Gravel Sand
SECTION .10 OF ORDINANCE
CHA^ 1ttIM 'PIO"H~~~~ ht~hl "NO. 3 ENTITLED "ANge. All e-dr" 0m e "-Wo,-
A- NANCE: MAKING: IT-UNLAW- y-Mix Co ..
OF P O REMS Ready-Mi x Concrete Fill Dirt
oFTTLFOR THE' OWNER OR OC-Cncr
UPANT OF ANY PREMISES
TO ALLOW GARBAGE, YARD
,HO _TRASH, FILTH, OR OTHER Tractor and Dump Truck Work /
I 9hammpn-liret11ATYPES OF REFUSE TO ACCUM-
ULATE ON HIS PREMISES;
-PROVIDING FOR THE COLLEC-
TION AND DISPOSAL OF GAR-
BAGE WITHIN THE CORPOR-
ATE LIMITS OF PORT ST. JOE; S
S PROHIBITING REMOVAL BYo,
PERSONS OTHER THAN EM-
PLOYEES OF THE CITY, ORI
PERSONS OR FIRMS PROPER-
SL AUTHORIZED BY THE CITY. a O er 1 r
S, COMMISSION; RE Q U IR ING..
GARBAGE CANS; PROVIDING Day Phone, 227-434 Night Phone- ~W-S6
..FOR FEES FOR COLLECTION;
PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR
SV.i ,51THE VIOLATION THEREOF;
AND REPEALING ANY ORDIN-
ritin9 ra OF; AND REPEALING ANY
lir __e endr pth 'ORDINANCE IN CON FLICT
s 8.45-1 5 pcu tHEREWITH." AND PROVIDING I
4 irat g Alllt po PiLUSe aFOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
S _t n e mit h BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY m
-_" l by, amendedN'so as to read as -fol All City of Port St. Joe Occupational
""6a -'in safe 6.50-13 *I6.50 *8.25 *I9.50 *9.75 *18 The re ofr c arg e or yc t Licenses will expire $eptemn er 30,
rubbish of the City shall be as fol-
7.as-14 18.75 9.37 21.75 10.87 2.06 lo1 For each occupied single 1968, and must be renewedIon or
7.75-14 19.25 9.62 22.25 11.12 2.19 family dwelling, for collection and
7.75-t5 2.21 disposal of both garbage and yard before October 31, 1968. All lic-
8.5-1 5.25 25.50 12.75 : month. If there is a special call or
S25.00 12.50 28.25 14.12 uch single family dwelling for a enses renewed before Novemer
8.45-15 pickup other than the normal semi-_be
All prices PLUS taxes and trade-in tires off your car. weekly collections, an additional 1968, shal bedelinquent and sub-
uor, yard rubbish. The owner, use Ct to a fifteen percent penalty in
--i h n avment to semi-weekly col- = .
Priced as shown at Firestone Storesi competitively priced at Firestone Dealqrs and atoall service stations displaying th rirestone sign. and isosaofgb e.
l()Frmti ple family d wsgarbagell- addition to the standard license tee.
(2) For multiple family dwell-
ings and apartment houses, the
charge for collecting garbage and
yard rubbish shall be $2.00 per
month or fraction thereof for each
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER family oranaitie C. W. Brock
family or tenant in' said multiple
family dwelling "r apartment n
JIMMYS PHILLIP "66" STATION house. Theowner, user or occu-
pant shal be entitled for such pay- Auditor and Clerk
J I M' PH L I ,"6" T T O ment to semi-weekly collection and y
~disposal of garbage.
L(3) Business establishments and
rHIS STAR, eart St. Joe Florida
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1968
PAG T' N THE STAR 1 Pr t a ir
PRIMMES r isAfmAt
WED., THURS., FRI. and SAT.
OCTOBER 2,3,4 and 5
GA. GRADE "A" SMALL
REGISTER PURE PORK
..3 cans $1.00
3 cans $1.00
STOKELY CUT NO. 303 Cans
GREEN BEANS 4 cans
3 LB. JAR 9c
COLONIAL Limit 1 with $10.00 Order
STOKELY No. 303 Can
FRUIT COCKTAIL. 4 cans $1.00 O
STOKELY GOLDEN. -- No. 303. Cans
CREAM CORN 4 cans $1.00 0 StV
STOKELY GOLDEN No. 303 Cans C
W. K. CORN --4 cans $100
STOKELY --4.Oz. man
CHOC. bRINK 3 cans $1.00 0
VAN CAMP. '.
PORK & BEANS 3Cans
FREE With Purchase of QUART SKIP CLEANER
and FLOOR BRIGHTENER for terrazo, tile and stone
IORMEL 15 Oz. Cans
Chili w Bns. 3 cans $1.00
Sanitary Napkins 10 Ct.
Confidets 2 bxs. 89c
Cut-Rite 75 Ct. Box
Sandwich Bags -----25c
THE ERI-BL E
White & Asst. Colors-200 Ct
Scotties ----. box 29c
Johnson 27 Oz.
Klear Wax can 89c
Johnson 7 Oz.
Lemon Pledge can 79c
Piggly Wiggly's Meat
Department Specials *
OYSTERS pt. 99c
Slab Bacon Specials
BOLOGNA lb. 59c
SMOKED PICNIC SPECIALS
WHOLE PICNIC SLICED TRAY PACK
10 POUNI) BAG
49c JIc .I.IC
SLICED PICNIC STEAKS ----- ib. 59c~
- BIRD FOOD
5 lb.b ha 49c
Jackson All Meat Wieners
Ja ks n ;- --,
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! PLYMOUTH BRAND
LIMIT ONE JAR WITH $10.60 OR MORE PIGGLY WIGGLY ORDER
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! STOKELY'S RICH'N RED TOMATO
PLEASURE SHOP PIGGLY WIGGLY FOR QUALITY, VARIETY and ECONOMY!
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! PLUS FREE STEAK KNIFE
FROSTY MORN and JACKSON FRESH SELECT TENDER
SLICED BACON BEEF LIVER
59c 9 39c
LIMIT .. One Box with $10.00 or More Piggly Wiggly Purchase
FI REE STEAK KNIFE j FREE STEAK KNIFE I FREE STEAK KNIFE I
With Purchase Gt. Box Ivory Snow With Purchase Gt. Box Tide at o n With Purchase Gt. Bottle
at Regular Low Price Price Advertised Above JOY LIQUID, only 59c
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! ROBIN HOOD COOL-RISE
YOUR CHOICE! PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
VARIETY MEAT SPECIALS
Nabisco Cream Sandwich-16 Oz. Ctns. or bags
OREO COOKIES --- 2 pkgs. 89c
Nabisco 16 Oz. Two Row Bags
Chips Ahoy COOKIES 2 pkgs. 89c
Nabisco Pecan 16 Oz. Two Row Bags
Shortbread COOKIES 2 pkgs. 89c
NEW! Nabisco 16 Oz. Two Row Bags
Brazil Nut COOKIES 2 pkgs. 89c
Nabisco Premium 16 Oz. Size
Saltine CRACKERS 2 ctns. 69c
NABISCO ALWAYS REMEMBERS
AFTER SCHOOL BUDDIES!
S EXTRA BONUS
100 S&H STAMPS
With $10.00 or More Purchase
(Good through Oct. 5)
Please Present This Coupon
LARGE BOTTLE MOUTH WASH
COMPARE AT $1.15!
12 OUNCE BOTTLE HAIR TONIC
COMPARE AT $1.63!
WINER GARDEN FROZEN
.4 1 $1.00
WELCH'S FROZEN 12 OZ. CAN
GRAPE JUICE -- 12 oz. 39c
GREEN GIANT FROZEN
NIBLET CORN 10 oz. 39c
S2 LBS. PORK NE~ONE
4 "TIME FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY"
BAKING and STEWING HENS
I FRESH FROZEN POT--GOLD
LARGE HENS LARGE HENS
8 OZ. PATTIE
KRAFT 32 OZ. JAR
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE --- 39c
BUTTER----1 lb. ctn. 89c
5 LB. BOX
Bacon Ends 1.29
HUNT'S No. 2/2 Cans
HUNTS No. 2-Cans
SLICED PEACHES -
8C 2 LBS, PIG EARS
B 58c 4 LBS. PIG FEET
/2 LBS. PIG LIVER
THE ST,.Wk Otrf Part. St. JM.Flbrida
J,- f U Vi
. 611,13=D SEXPLY93'
THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Flrida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1968
- Anniversary Sale! A & P Meats! -
"Super-Right" Western Beef Full Cut Chuck Roast or "Super-Right" Rib Half
Chuck Steak Ib. 58c Pork LOIN
"Super-Right" Freshly (When you buy 3 lbs. or more)
Ground Beef lb. 49c
-- Anniversary Sale!
10c OFF LABEL
D ETER GENT
Giant 0 Extra
Pkg. C' Special
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more order except cigarettes
Vacuum Pack A&P Special
Coffee 2 16. can $1.19
NortLern Paper Jumbo Rolls
Towels 2 rolls 59c
3V Oz. Cans
1 Lb. Can
1 Lb. Can
46 Oz. Can
Pork or Bqef 15Va Oz. Can
4 cans 99c
4 cans 49c
4 cans 89c
4 cans 89c
3 cans $1.00
* Blackeye Peas Pork & Beans
* Gr. Northern Beans Baby Limas
* Whole White Potatoes Red Beans
* Purple Hull Peas Pinto Beans
* Mexican Style Beans Garbanzos
Northern Asst. Colors -
60 Ct. Pkg. Special
2 pkgs. 23c
(14 Oz. Size 35c)
24 Oz. Pkg., 59c
'Jane Parker Delicious Lemon or 1 Lb., 8.Oz. Size
Blackberry Pie ea. 39c
FREE! buy two 29c pkgs., g it one free!
JANE PARKE BROWN N' SERVE
"S per-R ght" Fresh Pork (4 to 8 lb. avg.)
Boston Butts Ib. 49c
SPECIAL! DAILY BRAND '
Ctn. 1 b.
of 12 cans
4 'DIETS TO CHOOSE FROM
Pineapple Juice or Pineapple-Grapefruit
Dole Drinks 3 689(
A&P Whole or Sliced 1 Lb. Cans Specla
Potatoes 4 cans 49,
A&P Brand Cut Green 1 Lb. Cans Specia
Beans 4 cans 591
Dole Crushed or Sliced 8'/4 Oz. Cans Specli
Pineapple 2 cans 371
Ann Page Sparkle Asst. Flavors Specil
Gelatin 4 PkO 33(
T WI ROLLS 3 2 CT.
TWIN ROLLS 3 'KGS. 58c
JANE PARKER WHITE ENRICHED REGULAR or SANDWICH
4 /a LB.
h- Produce Values To Celebrate About! -
Fresh, Ripe- U. S. No. 1 Round White
Bartlett Pears lb. 25c POTATOES 10 1bs. 49c1
Mountain Grown Red Fresh, Crisp
Delicious Apples lb. 19c, Young Carrots 2 Ibs. 13c
6-6-6 All Mineral 50 Lb., Bags Fresh
FERTILIZER 2 bags $2.69 Juicy Lemons doz. 49c
Dixie Garden Frozen Blackeye Peas or Speckled
4 PKGS. 89
-4'y 10 Oz
Special! Firm, Red, Ripe
[IT HIS WEEK!
BREAD and BUTTER
i m::. y.
23, you ,ir
^^ no limit
COFFEE MUGS $1.99
No Purchase Necessary
If Unable to Purchase Any AC
vertised Item, Please Request
Rain Checki Prices in this a
are good through Saturda
wmn"ct"oumPma um u.i STAMPS
* Wilkinson Sword Double
* EdgeS. S.
| Razor Blade 5's 69c
E X 'T R LA.;
i IN................ CPO "D U STAPS
Ann Page-1 Lb. Jar
Pure Honey jar 45[CI
Good Thru Oct. 6
Cap'n John's Quick Frozen 9 Oz. Pkg.
1 LB. CAN
FORT BENNING, GEORGIA -
Private Michael W. Dozier, Port;
St. Joe, has been' honored during
the graduation ceremonies o' the
7th Battalion, 2nd Brigade, U. S.
Army Training Center, Infantry.
Pvt. Dozier was awarded the
Basic Rifle Marksmanship plaque
for attaining the highest score in
Company D during marksmanship
qualification with the M14 rifle. He
I scored 63 of a possible 84 target
During rifle marksmanship in-'
struction, the trainee learns the
different firing positions and en-
counters the "pop-up" target the
dark silhouette which measures
his firing skill. Placed at distances
,from 70 to 300 ineters, the targets
are centrally-controlled. They ap-
pear and disappear in varied times
The Trailning Center was esta-
blished at Fort Benning on Sept.
i5, 1965. Highly-trained personnel
teach fundamental military skills
to. the individual soldier-trainee.
'Since December 1965, more than
140,000 men have been graduated
from baqic combat training.
Fort Benning has other func-
tions; hosts other, units. Yet, its
basic mission making better
combat infantrymen still do-
Pvt. Dozier was graduated from
Port St. Joe High School in 1967.
Before entering the Army he was
employed by the Michigan Chemi-
cal Company, Port St. Joe. He is the
son.of Mrs. Jimmy Barfield, St. Joe
Following completion of basic
combat training, Prt. Dozier has
been assigned to Fort Polk, La.,
for advanced, individual training.
of State Tom Adams reminded,
Floridans, today that there Is on-
ly one week left in which to re-
gister to voie for the Novesmber
5 general election.
By law, Adams pointed out,
registration books in all counties
must close Saturday, October S.
"If you haven't registered yet,
this is your last chance if you
want to have your. say at the
polls November 5," Adams said.
He estimated that upwards of
600,000 persons are eligible but
unregistered in Florida.
Adams said that as a conveni-
ence to the people, all county
Supervisors of Election plan to
1-eep their offices open one or
more nights during the coming
week. In addition, he said, many
Supervisors will take. registration
I books to convenient locations in
During the past month, the
Secretary of State's *office has
spearheaded a statewide voter
registration campaign. So far,
an estimated 150,000 new voters
have been added to the voting
Odd hour emergencies?
Service isn't service unless
you getit whenyou need it
:'I: [STANDARD] '
Call your Standard Oil
Man in Pbrt St. Joe
J. LAMAR (Pete) MILLER
Standard Oil Company (Inc. in Ky.)
I ----- -
See GARLAND DUNLAP at
SCowart Motor Co.
301 Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe
up by the Florida League of Mut-l.
r e p 1rra 0S e .~1icipalitles "next Wednesday' in
P'a '-" Tallahassee. The meeting will
.fConti.nued From, Page .discuss the'problem of erosion'
..Co4.dwey'.ere not sw6rn in n i and..bulkheads in Florida.
Tuesday, aifice'the City Charter'. Mayor Pafe closed out ttl-
requhtes thi be done nn'the first meeting by. asking all O.epart,.
Tuesdaj.afieretbe.first :Monday. ment heads to file reports at the'
The swearing ceremony will end of each 'month, listing'any
be held zTuesdiy pnorning at;. 10 improvements or new wori be.
*amn' ]. gun in the City.
The'Board'4~ccepted an-invita- '
4tion t6 attend'ami"efingahd'din- P S
ner of ,the FAorida .Baniers' As-
sociafitn w'hc", will. be held" n Stand Tall
the Centennial Building on Oc-
tber 23. r In Faloridas
Commissioner 'Bob Fox was
asked to attend a meeting set re
LAK Week End
USDA GO'O -
ROUND STEAK .... b. 89c
CUBE LEAN ALL MEAT
STEAK lb. 89c Stew Beef I lb. 69c
ROAST ---lb. 49c Pork Steak Ilb. 59c
SHOULDER ROUND FRESH GROUND
ROAST --Ib. 69c BEEF 3 Ibs. $1.39
GA. TRIM WH
SHOWBOAT NO. 2 Y CANS
PORK and BEANS -- 2 cans 39c
COLONIAL WITH $5.00, ORDER or MORE'
SUGAR 5 lbs. 39c
Lykes 15 Oz.-With Meat Balls Kraft 6-Stick 'Miracle
SPAGHETTI .. 4 cans 99r Maigarine ....-..- Ib. 29c
PAL NO. 10 JUG
COOKING OIL ------- jug 89c
Del Monte C S-No. 303 Cans FRESH
CORN ....... 2 cans 39c TOMATOES .... lb. 19c
Aro GREEN No. 303 Cans LARGE HEAD
LIMAS --....... 2 cans 39c 'LETTUCE -.... head 29c
IRISH POTATOES--Q 10 Ibs. 39c
Derby 16 Oz.
Barbecue Sauce .... 29c
Happy Kids-19 Oz.
P'nut Butter & Jelly 45c
JIM DANDY 25 LB. BA(
Como 4 Roll Pk.
TISSUE ..... ... pkg. 19c
FLOUR :_ 10 Ibs. 79c
CHUNX DOG FOOD -bag $2.25
GROCERY and MARKET
SEVENTH STREET HIGHLAND VIEW
.... St. '"' .. .- N T. r -'$.-+. -.T; "
of the department of psychology of this meeting was the first of its
a Florida State University, presented kind and was important because of
State Has Opportunity for Education a summary of the day's presenta- the many changes taking place in
tions to close out the program education.
PANAMA CITY-Florida has the stated. A devotional was led by Rev. Hubert Richards of the State De-
best opportunity it has ever had Smith was introduced by Rep., Richard Scoggins. apartment who presided said that Port St. Joe Needs An Airport
fI.w-"*-M. A 1r-1.- 0T--_T_ K -h-
to achieve its goal of1 quality ed-
ucation through the Education In-
provement Expense Fund, accord-
ing to Rep. Ken Smith of Perry who
is chairman of the. committee on
education of the House of Repre-
Wayne ixson of0 JacKson CountyIDr. Charles Madsen, Chairman
Our State Board of Pharmacy exercises control o al
pharmacieswithin our State by the granting6orwitwholdbg
of Dcegues. Anyone wishing to operate a pharmacy must
ear16i Registered phalnaclstaslicense. The applicant must
demonstrate his willingness to comply with our high State
standards, of practice. Our State law also requires that a
pharmacist keep his prescription records for i number of
yards. Thep files...of every p dptIpJMAe fils...must
open t'inspection by the tWte Board of Pharmacy at
e.' 11 times.' In addition, the Federal government has legis-
iated specific.l.ws for control'of narcotics and adui~erated
o'r nilsbahided pharnnaceuticals. The various States have
qsT6 passed laws dealing with labeling. Ilthithlsprotection.
by-law, policed by pharmacists themselves through the
Boards-f Pharmacy, pharmaceutical standards are kept at
a un'forinly high level throughout the coglntby.
ittHU e ghest pharmaceutical standard/, low prices
.d steqt,with.qua.ityand the personal attention you,
apn always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
n OU PHARMACY.
BUZZETT'S DRUG' STORE
S7-Wilarns Avenue Phone 227-337'
Hign Yeullow Jackets last Friday, .
'39-14' Ro I o M FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
When the" Sharks take on the Lunc oom enu house with fenced yard, screen
Gators tomorrow night, one man and dining area carpeted. Automa-
they will have to- stp is' senior Port St, Joe Elementary School tic heat. Part of house air condi-
fullback Ray Hawthrne. Haw- Monday, October 7 tioned. Phone 227-8536 after 5:00
thorne. a 185 pounder who has Roast beef, buttered rice, white p.m.
blazing speed, was picked to the acre peas, carrot and raisin salad FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
Class B, All-State second team last hot biscuit, butter, syrup and milk. room cottage on St Joe Beach.
year by the Florida' Coaches As- Tuesday, Octoblr 8 Rea.-%nable rates. Call 227-491 or
soclation. He is believed headed Sloppy JQe on buns, green beans, 227-496. tf-5-2
for Florida A&M University. lettuce and tomato, apple crisp, FOR RENT: Large unfurnished 2
David Langston, who caugA'i butter, *nd milk.. bedroom house. Nice neighbor-
three long touchdown passes last Wednesday, October 9 hood. Fenced back yard, automatic
Friday night and Buddy Boyette Chili dogs, buttered potatoes heat, attic fan. Phone 227-536 af-
uill again share the left end pos-, cabbage slaw, top of stove cookies,
tion. Jimm Dnas wil bet a his butter andt milk FOR RENT: Warehouse space and
tion. Jimmy Davis will be at his storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co.
right end position. ',Thursday, October 10 Phone 227-4271. tfc-6-8
Don Jamison, a 155 pound senior Turkey "and 'noodles, buttered
and Larry McFarland a 165 pound spinach, celery sticks, hot biscuit, FOR ENT: Two b Weoom house
junior will be at the guard posts. butter, jelly and milk for year round living. Phdne Jean
Robert Nobles and Ricky Rob- Friday, October 11 Arnold 648-4800. tfc-9-12
ertson, who handles the placekick. Tuna fish salad, English peas, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom nicely fur-'
ing for the Sharks, will again stop Ritz crackers, orange Jell-o, white wished house at St. Joe Beach. I
up their' holes at the tackle posi- bread, butter and milk. Call 227-4431. tfc-9-26
Chris Early, a 160 pounder, will
plug up the center of the line.
Rickey Lovett, who has thrown I
five touchdown passes thus far this
season, will be. the field general.
Lovett ran over two touchdowns .
against the Yellow Jackets Friday W
night. LET'S Go O
Donald Capps and Mike Gainnie
will be at halfback. Jimmy Rogers, --+---- --
who did some fine running Fri-
day night, is-' expected to see a lot
of action at right halfback.
Rounding out the backfield is A S i
Mike Burkett at fullback. O f. lth nd Sti
WITH BLADDER IRRITATION
Common Kidney or Bladder Irrita-
tions affect twice as many women as
men, often causing tenseness and
nervousness from frequent, burning,
Itching urination. Secondarity, you
may lose -sleep and have Headaches,
Backaches and fee0 older. tired, de-
pressed. In such cases, CYSTEX usu-
ally brings relaxing comfort by curb-
ing germs' In acid urine, and easing
pain.IGet CYSTEX at druggists today.
*;-" *"*;. f + ,*:' ,.'
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
Ioward i --
Smith, who spoke to superinten-
dents and members of County
Boards of Public. Instruction of
several counties of' Northwest
Florida at a lunchlieon at Captain
Anderson's Restaurant Thursday at
moon, said thetLegislature allocated
more money than ever before for --
education in the special session on
education early in the year.
While the plan Ise.not perfect,
the speaker said, a. start had to be
made and, this program -is a start
toward better ~education in Florida.
Smith said that the desire of the who said of the .speaker, a for.
people for better educational op-. mer classroom teacher, that he was
portunities, the recognition that the "'thebest qualified Representative"
responsibility of the state to pro- to speak on education.
vide better education and the need b
for more flexibility in financing In earlier sessions at the Fine
programs of education, made con- Arts Auditorium at Gulf Coast Jun-
ditious right for,securing this legis- or College,r Edridge Collins of the o
nation. v State Department discussed school
The intent of the bill was to al- law and the responsibility of the E ve r
low counties to spend this money boards for implementing the law.
to eniet, specific needs, of 'their Collins outlined responsibilities
counties for improved education ,of the board and it relationship to. FOR SALE: Used automatic wash-
the speaker said. He added that he the Superintendent. He said that ing .machine and Beckwith pi-
was doubtful that tirne 6Wuld per- the board ad foperintendent must ano. Phone 648-6200. tfc-9-5
mit proper evaluation 'of the pro- work together to the best possible FOR SALE: 2 bedroom block house
gram in the first year, but "we must educational program. He also urged at 502 Ninth Street, with fenced
take. a hard and long look at what full cooperation with other govern- back yard. Phone 227-7916. 2tp-19
is being dopC" H1 said. hl though mental bodies,, FOR SALE: House. 3 bedrooms, 2
that until concrete- evidence as', Marty Baker, who.described him- baths, 2 carports, central heat-
shown where.money watis'i pent utiY self as having, 28 years of experi- in&, 2. acres land. Has to be seen
wisely, the Legislitk.e wotild eon-nce.in 14.years as a scb6ol board to be -appreciated. Phone 648-3332
tinue to support the ETE program.. remberiv Duval County, said that or 229-2061. tfc-5-30
Counties vary li resoizrdes, Smith conflict as ong school oard mem-"
said, and the. responsibility of giv-h bers and with county superinten- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame
ing all children an equal oppor- dents was inevitable. But, he added, home, 1 .baths, separate dining,
tunity meaifs.that the state must 'tedonflict 'is not necessarily unheal- pine walls throughoutn, 2 targe
furnish m te B of th money. He thy. How you manage conflict is screened porches, fenced in back
brought outi ehat wgn the Mini- important." yard. Equity and payments or re-
mum Foublition' bill was passed The veteran loard member gave n. 125 Hunter Cirle
the State was furnishing 60 per- three seasons for conflict both for PA
cent of motlies for editionn, while board members and' superinten- FOR SALE: 3 bedrooin home. 2
the counties; furnished 40 percent. dents. These are poor personal and baPths, living room, dining room,
A study before the special session public relations, lack of ability for kitchen, carport, screened front
revealed thliat oDnties were proved. the job and lack of training. Joe Beach, Gulf Street. Rt. 3, Box
ing 60 iperceit .wiSilthe state' was He said. that school board con- 36. 2tp-9-5
Sprovidng only 140 percent, he flict was as old as school boards
-hatorths .....s.l ve ernoon ses ie FOR SALE or'RENT: 3 bedroom
Shemsel es. howse. 2 baths, hardwood floors,
S a- tDuring .the afternoon session, built-in kitchen. Contact 227-8828
S rKS Tri Ve to Dr. James Campbell of the State or 6$9-2231. 2tp-9-26
"Department, ,discussed counties'
Baker Friday Night responsibility (, fqr desegregation 130 Loat Hards e Ma
qtqanj suggest tat boards should be bought together or separately.
b 'y WA LT r GAPF Y take step to see (that the best pos- Call 229-4356 or 229-4556. 2tc-3
The Por Stk Joe High harks sible education be given to all stu- FOR RENT: One and to bedroom
will journey to Baker Friday to dents and se at schools go for- attractively furnished a p art-
take on 'e BPker High Gators. ward despite apy conflicts that nents& Cool in summer, warm in
In last ea'ontest, the Sharks might-arise from the mixed situa- winter. Gas heat, window fans.
'defelast ed'es.ontesttheon.rksThey must he seen to be pprec-
defeated Ithel ators'*by the score tion. lated Also NICE TRAILER PARK
of 35-7. :', Harry Murphy of Gulf Coast Jun- ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi-
The Sharks,' who are averaging ior College welcomed the group of co Lodge Apartments land Trailer
32 points pergane to 11 approximately. 40 persons repre. Park, Wybite'ity., t10-12
for their oppofint senting the nine counties in the FOR RENT: At St. Joe Beach. 3
contest with a 2pnents go into The Panhandle Area Education Cooper- bedroom furnished house. $75
contest with' a 20 record. They ative which sponsored the meet-omonth. Phone 229-3762. tfc-3
stumped the. Wewahitchka High ..- _
Gators, 25-8 iil their opener, and ing with the Cooperation of' the FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in
romped over the Chattahoochee State Department of Education. White City. Furnished. Call 227-
romped ,e ... 8828. Itp
body Reads 'em
WANTED: 2 or 3 bedroom house, FOR REORDERS 6
unfurnished. Call 227-2181. tf-3 cosmetics. Call
-.. 6 -.2 02 99Q-'f6 fter 5 1
FOK ALE: 1V61 Chevroiet engine,
6 cylinder acd accessories, plus
transmission (manual). All for $150
227-4611. Bob EUley.
FOR SALE: Maroon 1965 Mustang.
3-speed, 6 cylinder, excellent con-
dition. Call 227-5056 after 5 p.m.
FOR FREE! Nothing to buy. No-
thing to sign just come get
any or all of four lively, healthy
kittens. Two solid black,.two black
with white underside and feet.
Daddy is a siamese, momma. is a
black and white cat. First- come,
first served. These won't last long.
One owner. Creampuffs. Call .The
Star, 227-3161 or see at 111 Allen
Memorial Way after 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: At a 'bargain. Good
used lumber. 2x12s, 2x8s, 4x4s,
wallboard. At about half price. In
front of boat landing at 416 First
Street, Highland View. 2tc-9-26
FOR SALE: Electrolux floor :clean-
er and polisher. Excellent condi-
tion or will trade for good type-
writer. Call 229-2486. tfc-9-12
FOR SALE: Beautiful collie pupT
pies. Call Jean Stebel. 229-4304.'
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials
Low dew payment. Phone 227
HELP WANTED, MALE or FE-
MALE: Ambitious person needed
due to expansion. Serve consumers
with Rawleigh Products full or
spare time. Can earn $125 per
week or more. Write Rawleigh C.
R. McDaniel, Memphis, Tenn.,
38102. FL-100-765. 2tp-9-26
GOOD SELECTION of aed TVs.
Arnold' Furniture & 'TV. 823
Reid Ave. tfe4-29
In Wewehitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
NO. I DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Friday and Saturday
October.'4 and 5 *>'T
2 BIG WESTERNS .*
Dean Martin in
Glen Ford in
"DAY OF THE EVIL GUN"
. NEXT yEEK 2 SHOWS
"Girl -and the General!'
S'THE DETECTIVE". ;
coming Soon "-
"Renfro Valley Barn Danc"
Rent a Baldwin Piano
NLY $2.50 PER WEE
All money applied to purch Be
C & H PIANO
45 City, Floridtn
Panama City, Florida
SEPTIC ITANKS pumped out. tCall
, Bufor Griffin. Phone 222937.
d P. Etheredge
"518 Third Street
,'Port St. Joe, Pla.
I Plumbing and '
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimote
HEATH RADIO and '
4tp Oak Grove 4-1
All work guaranteed. .
P.A.M--Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.AM.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, H.P. '
WALTER GRAHAM, See.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116.
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ig second arnd fourth uesda ,
nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe 1Adge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.n.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
JAMES HORTON, W. M.
pam. 1109 MQn-
. ... -o *, ., "+..
. Drive-ln Window Sei .
LING a r'
GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
ST. JOE BOWLING LANES
WEST HIGHWAY 98