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'Jim. Harr. on,' P esi t of. ,
the- Port St. ce Jaytees announ-'
- ,bhis week that he has ramed
Jayiee' Harold Keel d.s cha.rnan
of> the annual Jaycee b cycle
tesponsihle 16to-t.h&ndUU of a
bicycle rodeo sched-
Sat beU eldU Sturday running
at 9:Ji m. Harrisont of the Port
'St Joe Elem entary ees annon i
S ds week n at he has amed I,
J. ee Harold Keels'wi s hanve an1
thresenting ual J-daycee bicycle
safety rodeo mmi all school-age
chsdrpon in the community. The,
r program'., wllafeature a
g coursi to test a rdes-
skilln ma6uverability ati
t ,iwledge *eld safe bmiycning
. .The Jaye esThe ia es alsoe', will
.gW et tions ahd-
tape for nightVfllb sdety.
operation ot he J'Port SSoe
deo will be and schat of anation-ris
wide safety program conducted
this year by the. mmSnity. Junior
Chamberiing ofCommeursce -to te a reduce
the numIbi uver ab~it- annual
killed and i safe bieyclen
accidents. '. T
MT ST, JOS, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8
Grounds Committee Tosses Project
Into Laps of County Commissioners
Cactus Produces Giant Blooms
'Mrs., P. E. Forr6ster of Beacon Hill is shovn .with a star cac-
tus which she started from a cutting given .her by, a frend -last
summer. the two blooms measure approximately 15 i 4es tc
-point to point. i, -Star l
The. Courthouse Grounds Im-
provement' Committee put the
responsibility' of financing beau-
tification of. the new building
and its grounds right back in the
lap of the-Gulf County Commis-
sion Tuesday morning.
A committee, selected by coun-
ty agent, Cubie Laird, hhs secur-
ed drawings from a landscape
architect for the courthouse
grounds and has an estimated
price tag of.m$i,500 to complete
the program as drawn.
Mrs. Ralph Nance, chairman
of the committee appointed by
Laird told the Commission Tues-
day that complete plans for the
beautificatiodi project were rea-
dy. She stated that the first thing
to. be. done. otuld be the installa-
tion of a Sprinkler system to
keep the grass and shrubs wa
tered once tley are planted. Mrs.
Nance said that plans for the sys-
tem were being prepared by the
University o Florida and would
be ready soof.
Jim Prevatt; chairman of a fi-
nance corpmittee selected to find
money for financing the project,
reported to Ote Board that his
committee had met and discuss-
ed the matter and decided that
they could not ask private citi-
zens to make donations toward
beautification 'of the grounds.
Prevatt said that his committee
was of the opinion that the coun-
ty should finance the project.
James Horton, actinglas chair-
man for the Board in the ab-
sence of chairman Jim McDan-
iel, told Prevatt that the Board
had nothing in their budget for
this work,, and pointed 'out that
the budget had been cut to the
ne on orders from the State the budget and tr to come up
mptroller. There is $500.00 in with some of the finds necessary
budget for yard maintenance to make the grounds presentable.
d Horton said .this might be Horton stated t at the Board
ed to finance a portion of the would meet and examine the
*d work. budget closely duking the next
W. C. Roche, one of the fi- week and, tr t9 A;ome up with
nece committee members, sug- some moneq to- jt least begin
sted that the Board examine work on the grounds.
mission Dispenses With
Several items of business
were taken up by the County
Commission Tuesday morning at
their regular meeting.
In one item, Tom S. Coldewey
presented a right of way deed
from the Apalachicola Northern
Railroad and the St. Joseph Land
and Development Company for
the extension of Avenue 'A' in
North'Port St. Joe. The road will
be extended East to intersect
with Highway 71 just north of
the second railroad crossing.
A resolution w.as sent to the
State Road Department enabling
the SRD to use Gulf County sec-
ondary road funds. for securing
rights of way for extension of
Merchants to Sponsor
'Kid's Day' October 23
Pert St. m oe Sharks board a Trailways bus was the first bus charter the
for their trip to Baker last, Friday night. This in their many game trips. .
Skm 'han 'usedl
Sharks, Tripped.By Baker
On Missed Point Conversion
S The Port St, Joe 'Retail Mer-
chants has signOe acontract..this
v week for a local vi t of one of
the official Youth Piograms. The
retinue will be in Port St. Joe
Wednesday, October 23 for an
afternoon and evening of rides
' and entertainment.
B. G. Buzzett, chairman, says
the event will be -a veritable
"Fantasy of Fun" Tor the chil-
dren of this community. The en-
tertainment program planned is
free to all, with thrilling high
acts by the aerialists, youth acts,
Ia high diving dog and perform-
ing animals. These include Pep-
po's Bareback Riding Dogs, a
real -potpourri of delightful ca-
nine fun. This is followed by a
cute little High School Pony and
one of the nation's finest ele-
phant acts. The big star here is
gigantic "Keri", a ponderous
pachyderm weighiimg 9,000
poundss. delighting i e -young and
'eld'.alike-with, her eO-Go dancing.
and full repetoire of tricks.
There is no admission for
Kid's Day at downtown Port St.
Joe. The afternoon and evening
community 'program, circus acts
and all, is free.
Peanuts, cotton candy and
snow cones lend atmosphere and
the committee has arranged for
local groups to serve refresh-
ments. Something will be going
on every minute, for, as an ad-
ded feature, there will be sever-
al children's mechanical rides,
pony rides, a petting zoo and
as the big treat, elephant rides.
Tickets for the rides will be
given away by Port St. Joe mer-
chants and tickets will be avail-
able at the Kid's Day site for
those not having secured them
earlier. Watch next week's issue
of The Star for final details of
this big event being sponsored
by the Retail Merchants.
SR 22 through the City of We.
wahitchka. The rights of way
are not to be purchased until
time for the road work to begin.
Samuel .A. Patrick, Tax Asses-
sor filed a report that he had
provided a tax assessment 'roll
to the Tax Collector, Harland
Pridgeon for $1,063,886.35 to be
collected during the coming tax
year. This is a decrease froth the
current tax year in which $1,150,-
410.90 was collected.
Commissioner Kennedy report-
ed that a resolution, introduced
by Gulf County to a recent con-
vention of the Association of
County Commissioners, had re-
ceived approval of that body. The'
Debate On New State
Constitution Tonight '
The merits and de-merits of
the proposed new Florida Con-
stitution will be the subject of
a, public debate at the Gulf
County Courthouse here. in Port
St. .oe tonight according to -the
Gilf County Cornmission.'"
- The debate will be held in the
court room and will begin at
The program is being arrang-
ed and sponsored by the Gulf
County Commission to better in-
form local citizens on the new
proposed Constitution before the
November 5 election.
Rogers, Bearden, Critically
Injured In Auto Accident
Marvin Bearden and Howard
Rogers of Highland View were
critically injured at press time
yesterday afternoon, when a
tractor trailer truck hit the pick-
up truck in which they were
riding, near the main gate at
Tyndall Air Force Base.
No other details we- avail-
able when Thea Star went to
resolution called for support of
"the Sunland Training Center rec-
reation park to be established
on St. Joseph Peninsula near the
State Park. The resolution was
introduced to the convention by
Kennedy and Commissioner Wal-
Commissioner Kennedy also.
brought to the attention of the
1oard that alcoholic beverages
were being sold to teenagers
somewhere in this area. Sheriff
B. E. Parker acknowledged the
problem and'said that the big-
gest instance was from adults
purchasing the beverages for
youths. It was also pointed out
that the Graoqj Juty has stated
its intptipjd of ,investigating
Two Fire Alarms
Sounded In Week
Two 'fre; aarus. werr. sound-
ed during g ie p#f week with
,ti ,rOf te.blazes being in the
Sunday afterncfn l 'at 12:40
p.m., an overheatt4d hearing set
fire to a tire on a trailer near
,,.-epot Creek which called out the
department. The driver, of the
tractqr 'trailer rig had driven
the trailer off the road into wet
sand w4hycput out the blazing
Early Thesday morning at 3:15
a.m. the. department "ws called
to HigIland' View, .w re the
home of Mr. and Mr"s. Colvin
burned to the ground; Cause of
the fire was unknown.
The Highland View Fire De-
partment worked the fire while
the Port St. Joe department
stood by in case they were need-
The TPort St. Joe Sharks trip-
ped over a one point conversion
in Baker last Friday to gain
their first loss of the season, 7-6..
The Sharks and, the Gators.
fought a practically evenly mat,
ched battle, but the missed extra
point-robbed them of a tie with
The Sharks took the opening'
kick-off and marched down the
Last Rites Held Sund
Woullard Who Died
Funeral services were held at
2:00 P.M. Sunday from the Mt.
Carmel Missionary Baptist
Church for Alice 0. Woullard,
age 56. Rev. H.-P. Pittman of-
ficiated. Mrs. Woullard passed
away last Wednesday at her
residence here in Port St. Joe.
Interment followed at Foirest
Hill Cemetery. .; '
Mrs. Woullard was born inM:
Florala, Alabama and moved
to Gulf County in 1943 from
" Gulf Hammock. She was a mem-
ber of the Mt. Carmel Baptist
Survivors include her hus-
band, Theo Woullard ;of Port
field to score very early in the
game. Mike Gainnie ran over the
Shark score from the four yard
line, but the extra point kick
was no .good. From this point it
'looked like another high-scoring
night for the Sharks, but that
six points was all they were al-
Late in the first period, Baker
Gators pushed over a touchdown
lay for Alice 0.
Wednesday, Oct. 3
St. Joe; three daughters, Mrs.
Mary Broadus, Washington, D.C.,
Mrs. Faye Jones and Mrs. Mar-
garet Hamilton both of Clearwa-
ter; three sons, Fred and Ray
Woullard of Port St. Joe and
Willie C. Woullard of Tuskegee,
Ala;; three sisters, Mrs. Rosa
L. Davis of Fort Pierce, Mrs.
Tiller Mabron of DeFuniak
Springs and Mrs. Maggie Gibson
of Louisiana; two- brothers,
George Patterson of Pensacola
and Willie Garden of Pensacola
and 17 grandchildren.,
-; Prevatt Northside Chapel was
in charge of arrangements.
and they converted their extra
point to gain the victory.
The remaining three quarters
saw the tough Shark defense
shine as they stopped Baker's
hard-running Hawthorne time af-
ter time and allowed only two
pass completions. But the Ba-
ker defense was also equal to
the occasion and effectively
throttled the Sharks' passing
threat of Lovett to Langston.
The Sharks were able to gain
only 221 yards for the night-
their lowest production this sea-
The Sharks take a 2-1 record
to Shark stadium tomorrow night
as they meet the Graceville Ti-
St. Joe Baker
First downs 9 16
Rushing yardage ----....--. 112 202
Passing yardage ..... ------109 64
Passes,---------- _.. 7-13 2-5
Fumbles lost ......... 0 0
Yards' penalized ------- 45 70
VISIT MRS. W. S. SMITH
Mr. and Mrs. S.-- B. Coody of
Mobile, Alabama, returned to their
home Thursday morning after a.
few days here with his sister, Mrs.
W. S. Smith.
Mayor, Two C commissioners Sworn In
City Auditor and Clerk, Charles Brock, left, administers the fice was taken Tuesday morning in the City H.lI. Coldewey, Pate
oath of office to Commissioner Tom S. Coldewey, Mayor-Commis- and Holland are beginning two year terms on the City Commission.
sioner Frank Pate and Commisisoner Bob Holland. The oath of of- --Star photo
,' In This Week's Issue'
,7, .; *
Several Items of Business Tiesday
THE STAIR Port St. Joe. Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBpE 10, 1968
LeMay Will I
Most of those who support the candidacy of George
C. Wallace for president were pleased with the announce-
ment last week that General Curtis LeMay would be his
running mate. As one columnist put it, "LeMay will add
'prestige to the "Wallace campaign". We agree.
But we noted Sunday, in "John S. Knight's Notebook"
that the millionaire newspaper owner wrote, "History
shows that retired generals are lamentably poor politi-
cians". It stands without explanation on our part, that
Knight doesn't endorse Wallace for president. He does
have some kind words to say about the candidate; how-
ever. He also speaks well of LeMay a personal friend
but doubts his capability to handle the vice-presiden-
tial duties. Knight hits his "hawkishness" several times
ih his Sunday article.
We really don't"know which "soldier-politicians" the
writer was referring to when he drew his conclusion. He
no doubt knew what he was talking .about; if we only
knew WHO he was talking about. One can look at the
credits that former soldiers have given this country in
.the role of "politician" as well as soldiers. There were
George Washington, Ulysses Giant,, Teddy Roosevelt,
Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower .'. just to name
But the real point of Mr. Wallace, as we see it, in
choosing Gen. LeMay was to give advice in the matters
of war. Whether we like it or not, war is with us.' It is
best to have-advice from a source that knows how to deal
with the problem. Mr. Knight says our history is lacking
It might be interesting to you to attend the debate
tonight in the Gulf County Courthouse concerning the
merits and liabilities of the new, proposed Florida consti-
Aside from the interesting part; if you have not reaq
the proposed constitution, it would be to your advantage
to attend the debate in order to find out how to intelligent-
ly cast a vote on this important question.
We are going to vote against the proposed Constitu-
tion more for what the new Constitution does not con-
taix' inst what it does contain.
'e -are too many instances in the Constitution,
in "40ni, .which are too ambiguous. There are too
many instances where the final decisions are left to "gen-
eral law" law which has not been passed as yet. /,In
effect, approval of the proposed Constitution would leave
-the I. dotting and the T crossing up to a legislature to be
convened in the future more or less like writing a
blank check. '
Too, we do not like the division of gasoline tax money
in the proposed constitution. The new documeiit would
since e again we take the opportunity to urge you to
S prepare yourself by re-registering as "a freeholder 'in
Gulf-.'ounty and then casting your vote for the proposed
school 'bond issue onNovember 5. Gulf County needs this
bond issue, because it needs the building it will provide.
We will admit that the portion of the building now
T' mnder construction will house the present high school
Population, if youi merely consider square footage as
against-fthe number of, pupils presently on hand to occu-
py the building. But what of the music department of
our new school which is to occupy the section to be built
by the bond- issue? What of the gymnasium facilities to
be occul#ied by this section?.. What of the DCT classes
scheduled for this portion? What of the special education
classes,' the- locker rooms, etc., to obpipy this section?
Where,will we put them if the complete plant isn't built?
These activities especially the music' department
andc gym classes cannot run back and forth to the. old
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe. Florida, .
... By The Star Publishino Company ,
WE=SIY R. R"AMSEy Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator. Ad Salesmean, Photographer, C4umnist, Reporter, Proof.
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PoSTOFrC Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
FORT ST. JOE FLOEMA 82456
Mntered as ecrond-alps. matter. DWember 190 1987, at the PoaofUoe, Fort St. JoS ,
Florida, ader At of MOah 8, s187.
SUBSCI OPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $300 SIX MOS., 1.75 THREE MOB., $127. 0
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. 8. Onf Year, 1O00
TO ADVERTISERS--In ease o error or ommislOns in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for isch
:The spoken word is given scant attention te printed word is thoughtfally
wefghed. The spoken word barely asserts the prnted word thoroughly con-
vinces.. The spoken word is lot; the printed word remaa
We urge you to forget.about differences with person-
alities, forget your personal wants anid wishes and make
up your mind for casting your ballot on. two areas only-
that of the economics of the matter by building now and
that of the need of our students to have adequate school
facilities as outlined by the school plan. These should be
the only criteria by which we make up our mind.
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
in instances where military 'men have made good politi-
cians: it is e-ven more lacking in politicians who have made
the proper moves in the conduct of war.
:Too, we must look at the role of the military man in
his, country. What is he trained for? Merely to kill
most effectively? Just to dwell in the manner of taking
a piece of real estate by force? 'To be schooled in throwing
our weight around in this world? No. Our military men
are trained to defend this 'country; to preserve the life
of the fighting men under them. as well as possible; to
create a good image for this country as well as stand firm
where firmness is needed.
If General LeMay is the killer instinct man depicted
by the other two candidates and some columnists, it must
be remembered that he received his high promotion from
"politician" presidents. If he was this type man, the "poli-
ticians'k made an error in entrusting him ,with his high
position formerly held in this country.
We believe LeMay to be a no-nonsense type of man
who believes in protecting this country and its interests;
who believes in respect for the flag and the law (as do
most military men) and a man who will not tolerate the
typne of disrespect for law and order this nation has wit-
nessed for the past decade.
There's one thing for sure; the vote that Wallace and
LeMay will receive from the American people will more
than likely cause some movement on the part of the North
Vietnamese at the Paris peace table. It is, apparent that
the pleadings of the past administration and its heir ap-
parent bave been less than ineffectual.
i Too Ambiguous.
all but eliminate state money for road paving in Gulf
County and other small counties. It's'true, we are receiv-
ing more road oriented money from the state than we
are contributing, but, it is necessary for 'the small coun-
/ ties to operate efficiently and grow, for the large counties
to maintain their status and continue to grow economically.
We cannot continue to grow without proper road financing.
It's true that a future draft of a new constitution may
dilute our road money more, but with what the proposed
constitution up for vote November 5 will do for our road
building income, we. are not facing much of a gamble in
Time has proven that- our old constitution serves the
state well. There may be some obsolete clauses in the
'old document, gathered, over the course of years, but
what would be wrong with going through the .old docu-
ment and "cleaning it up". We believe this would serve
the needs of the state as a whole better; rather than pas-
sing a new document which would penalize the roots of
this state just to make the leaves bigger.
high school facilities as these< facilities will be converted
to an .elementary school plant.
The new school is completely segregated by depart-
ments. A The English and language department occupies
one section; the math department occupies another sec-
tidon; the science department 'is separated into another
portion of the building and sp on. If tie class rooms and
other activities are not provided with space in which to
operate, it will harm the entire teaching program. If the
entire plant is not built now, we will be saddled with a'
new building and probably will still not be able to get an
accredited rating due to improper facilities for the activi-
ties scheduled to go into the portion to -be built by the
bend issue. In our opinion, this would be a sad state of
And, again, we must return to the pure economics of
building all of our high school at the present time. We
are-all interested in saving-money with 'its resultant sav-
ings in taxes. ...
~.We feel that nobody will dispute the fact that we will
:need this portion of the new building to be financed by the
bond issue in just a few years because of pupil load. If
we repeat our performances of the past, we would have to -
cut corners, borrow the money, go through the expense of
calling for bids again (not cheap, by any means) and be
behind in our needs when the project was completed.
By building today we save at least $100,000 from the
next highest bid (keeping in mind that Gulf received an
exceptionally low bid on its buildings in the first place),.
plus an expected rise in costs over the next five to six '
years. We wish to re-emphasize the fact that we cannot
now get the low price quoted in the August bid of Burns,
Kirkley and Williams.
, A --/ ^
COLD WEATHER IS NEAR
Don't Delay! Act Now!
Let ewce YOUR
\Natural Gas Appliance
The winter months are now approaching ad you will want to en-
joy the conveniences and warmth of natural gas without delay!
Act now before the big rush
/ FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!
Free service 'lines, from the gas main to your house
Free house piping to the first 25 new Natural gas
Free conversion Of gas equipment from t. P. gas to Natural
St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
State Rep. Ben C. Williams
of Port St. Joe, lost out in his
battle to challenge the outcome
of the May primaries which saw
Joe Chapman become the Demo-
cratic nominee from the Ninth
District House of Representatives
seat by less than a hundred vote.
Circuit Court Judge Robert L.
McCrary ruled Friday that Wil-
liams suit challenging the out-
come of the primary election
'was dismissed, thus declaring
Chapman the Democratic nomi-
nee to face Republican Herbert
Hinson in the .November 5 gen-
eral election. '
Williams filed his suit declar-
ing irregularities in absentee bal-
lots in Bay County. The House
District is composed of Gulf.
.Bay and Calhoun counties.
The' Friday decision by: Judge
McCrary is, in effect,-a final de-
'cision, according to one attor-
ney connected with the case.
,The implied final decision was
based on the fact that the court
did not stipulate permission to,
amend the petition, as had been
done on two other occasions, in
the four month fight by Wil-
liams to overturn the declared-
Airman W. J. Chambers
Serving In Vietnam
VIETNAM Airman First Class
Willie J. Chambers, son of Mr, and'
Mrs. J. D. Chambers of 109 Main
St., Port St. Joe, is on duty at Da
Nang AB, Vietnam. -
Airman Chambers, a jet engine
mechanic, is a member of the Paci-
fic Air Forces. Before his arrival
in Southeast Asia, he Was assigned
at George AFB, Calif.
The airman is a graduate of Port
St. Joe High School."
Midget Investments ThatYet eld
L I I IgP
Al Kaline and Mickey Lolich breathed life into the Tiger's
chances .for World Series victory Monday afternoon and gave them
one more chance at a long sought-after baseball championship.
We hooe the Tigers pull iti, outt but if they have to face the
bea pitching of Bob Gibson one more time, then it will probably be
the end of their dream.
lWe hope the Tigers make it. We can't wait around to see if
they made it two in a.row yesterday in order to add that little bit
to these ramnblings.- If they.- won yesterday however, you can get
in touch with me this afternoon at the nearest television set.
-Sports are definitely the topic of conversation these days.
. The topic of sports almost shades that of politics at the "happen-
ing" places in Port St., Joe these days.,
Not the least of these topics is the showing being made by
the Port St. Joe Sharks these',days.. After a long dry spell, the
taste of a couple of victories is sweet, indeed.
The project embarked on by Principal Walter Wilder and
School Board member Gene Raffield to 'ride bicycles to Howard
Creek is 'gaining momentum, too, with the prospects getting bet-
fer and' better that the Sharks will win seven games this season.
.. Gene and Walter have added spice to their deal, too. They have
now included Coach Wayne Taylor in-their little proposed jour.
ney. Added to that is the fact that Wayne will have to carry
an ice box of cold drinks for' refreshment oh the trip on his
bicycle. Something was also said about a big feed at the Big 10
Retreat on the Brothers River if.
There was some worry about:getting a bicycle sturdy enough
for Gene Raffield to ride, but. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McLeod. called
The Star last week end'and said they had one sturdy enough for,
"Big Gene". He can't chicken out that way.
Saturday opened the dove season for. all those whlo like to
scare these birds with shotguns. 'That is, it opened for everyone
but us. We made the mistake of accepting football tickets to the
game in Tallahassee Saturday before we realized that the first day
of the dove season was on the same day. Almost 'a tragic mistake.
The season will open for us Saturday. .
SWe have a little football guessing game going 'on in Rotary
during the season. Contest manager, Roy Gibson, gives us 20 games
each %Week to pick the winner. Some of the Rotarians are either
pretty good guessers or have good crystal balls.
Old Tulane star Tom Ford and oyster shucker Jim McNeill have
the best averages of the club with an'.800 average, each. That's
some combination isn't it? An oyster shucker and a former foot-
ball player. : '
We're batting .600, thus far .'. it il :get worse., But even
at a better than 50% average, there is 17 members 'with better
averages than ours. This proves that Rotarians keep up with their
football. ,' .
Have you re-registered as a freeholder in Gulf County yet?
:You have until Saturday, October 19 to get it done.
THE STAR, Pot St. Joe, Horlde THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1968 PA*E TXHE
Hazel's House of Flowers
Has wire service anyplace in the nation
Cater to Weddings, Receptions and Special Occasions
W Deliver in Port St Joe
Located at Millergrens, Highway 71, S. Wewahitchka
CALL COLLECT DAY OR NIGHT 639-2601
FRESH FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS WILL
BE AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES.
AH residences are required to provide
30 gallon covered garbage containers and
place in easily accessible locations in or-
der to facilitate garbage pick-up service.
All garbage containers must be pro-
vided with firmly fitting lids..,
The use of 55 gallon drum residential
garbage containers should be discontin-
C. W, Brock
City Auditor and Clerk 3t
Now Is The Time To Work Your Day
Lilies for More Blooms Next Spring
by MRS. J. C. ARBOGAST added leaf mold or peat moss and Dust the top of the soil with chlor-
Horticulture Chairman the dried manure. dane powder to discourage insects.
Port St. Joe Garden Club Work this up well together, then When beds are not crowded or
S yr Hemerocas (d replace the plants. The plants have not been in one place very
If your Hemerocallis (dy lily) should be placed on a mound so long, rake free of trash, cut back
beds are crowded or if they did that the roots may spread out. If the top and work the peat and
not blossom as well as you expect- the clumps are very large and have manure into the soil around them.
ed this season now is the time to been in one place for a number of Be sure the crown is above soil
give them the care that will as- years, divide them. However, leave leveL
sure fine blooms next Spring and in fair size clumps as you will get Day lilies do not need to be
Summer. more blossoms than from 'single moved each year. Some varieties
When the bed is crowded and plants. Pull off all dead leaves and thrive after five years or longer
plants look sickly, dig them up and cut tops back to 6 or 8 inches. in one place if given care as above.
set them aside while you renew
the bed. Do this by adding peat
moss, some fresh soil and dried
cow manure. If the soil is very
sandy and dry and has a grey life- l rs
less look, it would be well to re- -o r a
move it entirely and replace with I
good top soil to which you have "I
----ll^^^BH Iel --e
IN Sj I W,
I in, County Forester
One of, the smallest, yet most Ips attack, are small masses of
*voracious, enemies of the Florida pitch, and boring dust varying in
.pine is a beetle. Though many peo- color from white to brown. Pine
ple have never seen an Ips, this in- needles turning brown may also
sidious pest does: its work quietly be evidence of the beetles' on-
and relentlessly, and usually un- slaught.
perturbed. The Ips may attack and kill only
See GARLAND DUNLAP at
Cowart Motor Co.
301 Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe
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so you can get on the cable to see the ball games
Beginning November 1, Service
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in addition to the regular monthly rate of $5.00 :
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to get on the cable before you have to begin paying a service
The Low Monthly Charge of
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is a bargain for all the colorful programs that are on TV to-
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call the Telephone Company business office at
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Not only does the Ips beetle at-
tack and damage commercially
valuable pine timber working
its debilitating effects over many
years the Ips can actually kill
otherwise heathly pines in sur-
prisingly short order.
In order to more efficiently com.
bat these pests, it is well to know
something about these enemies of
the forest and how they attack the
The Ips beetles attack all species
of pines in Florida. In total volD
ume they kill nore timber than any
other single insect pest. They at-
tack trees weakened by natural or
man-made causes such as over ma-
ture or crowded stands, lightning,
fire, drought, flooding, wind, log-
ging, or construction.
These beetles vary in size from
3/16 to M inch in length and are
black to daik reddish brown in
color. Adults not fully mature
found under the bark are usually
yellowish to light brown. The eggs
are very 'small and white in color.
Usually the first indication of
"Midget Investments With
one tree, or a few trees, in a given
area. There's no rule governing the
Ips, however. .If conditions are sa-
tisfadtory and no control is of-
fered, they may become epidemic
and, destroy many hundreds of val-
If the tree under attack is ob-
viously dying, and the adult beetles
have not emerged, the owner can
cut and spray or burn the tree to
help prevent further spread. -,
Consult a Forester. Under forest
conditions salvage cutting or
spraying may be the most practi-
cal control measure.
Large well fed clumps make a
Now is a good time to buy
plants and start new beds. They
will have a good root system start-
ed in time for the spring flush of
growth. Do not use commercial
Winter evenings in' Florida can be nippy
enough for heat, with days often warm
enough forair conditioning. Result-some
homes teeter between too-hot and too-
cold... and keep you busy trying to strike
a happy balance. No wonder the most up-
to-date Florida homes are equipped with
are best for Florida conditions.
Evergreen varieties should not bN
cut back 'unless in bad condition.
Give surplus plants of good var
ieties to others who may not have
When getting new plants look
fertilizer at this time. for recurrent bloomers and those
In general evergreen varieties that stay open late in the day.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ..
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ---..
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ..
"Come and Worship God With Us"
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 Fellbwship 6:00 P.M.
b,* Iur, Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
*Coner Long %venue and 16th Street
BAPTIST TRA-4NING UNION .-........
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..
electric heat pumpol "
With a flameless heat pump, you set Ie
temperature once and It keeps you in oe.
free comfort all through the house-yar-
round. It heats, cools, or turns itself off
automatically-no matter how-often or
how fast outside ilblpmnture asoMw.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
Air Conditioned V. C. ODUM Pastor
* Air Conditioned- Cernlly Heated
and prevent hot-and-cold miseries.
WEIGHS ONLY 6% LBS.*
Port St. Joe, Florida
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Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
PAGE FOUR THE STAR. Port St. Me, Floride THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1968
OFR ID AY NIGHT
PORT ST. JOE HIGH STADIUM
OIOBER 4 ---- Baker, T
OCTOBER 11 -- Graceville, H
OCTOBER 18 -- Monticello, T
OCTOBER 25 ---- Chipley, H
NOVEMBER 1 --- Wakula, T
NOVEMBER 8 ---- Bonifay,
15- Quincy, T
NOVEMBER 22 Blountstown, HK
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COMFORTER fUNERAL HOME
Pete Hrtense- Rocky
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
"Call Someone Long Distance"
Florida First National Bank
at PORT ST.' JOE
West Florida Gas and Fuel Co.
"Our Rolling Pipelines Never End"
DANLEY FURNITURE CO.
"Make Your House A Home"
Roche Furniture I&
St. Joe Furniture I
Easy Credit -
Port St. Joe's Sto
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1968 SHARK FOOTBALL SQUAD
Por St. Joe's 1968 Edition of The Sharks. From
left to right, front row: Perky White, Terry Parrish, Don-
aid Capps, Jimmy Rogers, Mike Gainnie, Dennis 'Atchi-
son, Chuck Roberts. Second row: David Maddox, Larry
McFarland, Don Jamison, Jimmy Lancaster, Robert No-
bl hp (ihris lFatrlev. lIRaikv Andierson. Charles Britt. Back
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TMENT STORE Ctizens Federal Savings & Loan A
)re of Fashion Save by the 10th Earn from the Isi
'RUG STORE ST. JOE ICE COMPANY
i On Duty and DIXIE SEAFOOD COMPANY
E STATION BILL'S HARDWARE
omlinson Sherwin-Williams Paint-
row; Bob Burch, Jimmy Davis, Adrian Gant, Buddy Boy-
ette, Mike Wimberly, Joe McLeod, George Anchors. Not
present when picture was made: Ricky Lovett, Mike Bur-
kett, Eddie Holland, Charles Smith, Steve Adams, Terry
Parrish, Glen Harper, Ricky Robertson and David Lang-
ston. --Star photo
ST. JOE ECON-0-WASH
and MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
RAFFIELD'S FISHERIES, Inc.
"Serving Seafood to the South"
Y J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
27-2011 STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Ussn. SWATT'S & PARKER MOTOR CO.
New and Used Cars Auto Repairs
THE DAIRY BURGER
Enjoy A Sandwich and A Shake After the Game
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1968
RThe Rise of C6mmunism In U.S.A."
I. by ARTHUR W. McFADDEN
4 i' "In close connection with the
S,-unskilled workers is the problem
of the Negro worker. The CoTn
-Itunist Party will carry on agi--
tation among-~ egro workers to
unite them witl~ all class-con-
"The United States is develop-
ing an aggressive militarism.
he Commnist Party will wdge
he. struggle against militarism
as a phase .of the class struggle
to hasten the downfall of capi-
Shortly afterthe formation of
the Communist Party in the
United States strikes erupted in
many factories and public organ-
izations. At this time the Irish-
Americans within the Commu-
nist Party were the militant ele-
ments. The battle cry of the
Y Communists then, as today, was
the same-take up arms against
-. the Government. When the Bos-
ton police went on strike in
' 1919 there was arson, looting,
the smashing of store windows,
etc., much the same tactics as
are going on today in American
cities. Troops were called out to
quell the riots and.machine guns
were used,.The riots were quick-
ly stopped. .At that time the
rioters did not have the politi-
clans on their. side to-make ex-
cuses. The Secretary of War of-
fered the states federal troops.
(with loaded" weapons) to su-
press disorders and enforce the
However,' -then as now, politi,
cal influence 'did show its -ugly
head in some quarters. Robert
* Minor, an American Communist
and Soviet agent, was arrested in
Paris in 1919 by American mill-
tary authorities. He was charged
. with being an agent of the So-
viets and spreading Communist
;propaganda among American
troops. He was incarcerated to
await trial. Minor's father was
both an important democratic
politician and a Federal judge.
Orders were received to release
'When the Socialist Party.Con-
vention met on August 30, 1919,
certain- left-wing delegates pre-
sented themselves to that con-
vention as delegates. These dele-
gates then appointed a commit-
tee of five to meet with the or-
ganization committee of the
Communist Party for the pur-
pose .of seeking unity, but the
negotiations met with negative
results. The delegates then. or-
ganized themselves into a Com-
munist Labor-Party Convention.
The convention elected Alfred
D. Wagenknecht as executive
secretary, and the following as
members of the national execu-
tive committee: Max Bedacht,
Alexander; Bilan, Jack Carney,
L. E. Katterfiel] and Edward I.
A platform and program were
adopted. Paragraph 1, part 1,
.stated: "The Communist Labor.
Party of Auherica declares itself
in complete accord with the prin-
ciples of Communism as laid
down in the Manifesto of the
Third International formed at
Under the heading of "Pro-
gram", Section [I, paragraph 1,
a I a
by SUSIE BINION
The Baker Gators got by the night. E}
Sharks Friday night when they the boys
traveled to Baker. It was a tight
game through to the end with a The a
final score of 7-8 nm favor of the sales %,
Gators. The Sharks will play the Wednes(
. Graceville Tigers here in St.. ooe most ir
- Friday night. projects :
Thursday will be a big football'
day for the Junior High. Thurs--"
day afternoon the eight graders
will play Quincy and the Junior
Varsity will play Quincy that
h '- --
verymne come and watch
annual Junior Magazine
vere kicked -off last
day. This is one of the
for fhe'Junior Class. 'The
the class is $2,000.
1y, Octuber 14, iA a stu-
iday and the first evalua-
. This ends the first six-
stated: "By the term 'revolution-
ary industrial unionism'- is
meant the organization of work-
ers into unions by industries
with a .revolutionary aim and
purpose; that is to say, a pur-
pose not merely to defend, or
strbngthen the status of the
workers as wage earners, but to
gain control df industry."
At this time there was still
considerable factionalism,' petty
bickering and fight for power
within the top tank of the Par-
ty. More time was spent with
* personal ambitions and theories
than with adherence to orders
- from Moscow. Members of the
executive committee of the Com--
munist International in Moscow
had been informed of the exist-
ing conditions Awithin the Ameri-
can Communist Party.
This resulted in the following
action: A Soviet agent was sent
to the United States with various
missions, one of which was to
attempt to get Communist con-
trol of the A.F. of L., and on
January 12, 1920, the president
of the executive committee of
the Comintern (Communist In-
ternational) sent a message to
the central committee of the
Communist Party of America
and the Communist Labor Par-
ty on the necessity of immediate
The Thrift Shop will be open... --
Friday, October 11, from 3 to 5 i '-..
P.M. Workers will be Mrs. W. L.
Alstaetter and Mrs. Paul Blount. -
For Pick-up of any donations of
ciot~ing or household articles
please call Mrs. Dave May 7-3881,
Mrs. Roy Gibson, 7-7421, or Mrs.....
Laurence Bissett 9-1551.la
unification. The message stated
"The Party must take into ac-
count the everyday incidents of
the class war. The stage of ver-
bal propaganda and agitation has
been left behind. The time for
decisive battles has arrived. The
most important task confront-
ing the American communists at
the present time is to draw the
wide proletarian masses into the
path of the revolutionary strug-
gle. The Party must have (for its
objective) the dissolution of the
American Federation of Labor
and other unions associated with
it and must strive to establish
the closest connections %with the
Industrial Workers of the World.
the One Big Uriion "the gen-
eral strike, as advocated by the
Industrial Workers of the World,
is insufficient to wrest power
from the capitalist state. Armed
insurrection must be employed '
Dixie Youth Players Diplay Trohies
Ii uyrs IsD is pplaes-
Port St. Joe's State Tournament team for the
Dixie Youth Baseball playoffs pose with two tro-
phies they received at the tournament: the Sporfs-'
manship Trophy and the District Tournament
Championship trophy. The trophies are on dis-
play in the Port St. Joe Elementary School tro-
phy case. From left to right, front row, are: Jay
Stevens, Mike Cary, William Scott and David
Player.z Center row, Kenny Weimortz, Bobby
Smith, Eddie- Summers,' Ricky Hamm, Russell
Chason and Clint Moore. Back row, Steve Owens,
Phil Maxwell, Ken Sumner, Jerry Brown, Jim
Moore and Greg Goodman.
Lack of Rainfall Reflects In Forest
Fire Records; 121,000 Acres Burned
Florida's forest'flre record..for., each individual to please be care-
the first eight' months of.;1968i. ul with -fires,during the summer
has not been good, according to H. and autumn -months as a.majority
K. Mikell,.fire control director for
the Florida Forest Service. of fires are caused by individuals
who use fire carelessly.
Florida recorded a total of 6,047
fires which burned more than 121,
000 acres. over the eight-month per- I
iod. During the critical fire sea-
son in early 1968, the state record-.
ed 15 individual fires which *burn- m.
ed more than 500 acres each.
"At the present time there is,
no real'fire trouble anywhere in
the state; however, we are con- ,
cerned about the Big Bend area
due to the shortage of rain in that
area," said Mikell.
"The Tallahassee area about
'three counties wide is exper-
iencing one of the smallest drought
areas seen in many years due to '
uncommon weather'patterns over
the continental U. S. It is very '
highly localized, "said Mikell. From if you can't stop
the Lakeland area to, the tip of
Florida the fires recorded are be- be ready to start
low normal due primarily to the .a.'
large amounts of rainfall received, paying."'-
in that area. The South Central So, stop first at the brake seivite
and South Florida areas have re- shop that displays the NAPA
ceived approximately 56 inches as Sign of Good Service and. De-
compared to .33 inches received endable Parts. You can be sure
from the Tallahassee area west to that bear the NAPA Seal be-
Pensacola. North and Central Flor- cause these are professional
ida recorded an average rainfall quality of triple-guaranteed- dw-
of around 48 inches with some 2, perudblithe a pvallare only
300 fires which burned moie than that show the NAPA Sign.
Northwest Florida had the se- '
cond highest fire rate with 1,960, tChe cktodvep
fires burning more than 21,000 bligche k
acres. South Florida recorded some SS tomof *
1,600 fires which burned ra little ..lmi ],.
over 47,000 acres. Many of the-sum-.
mer fires are caused by lightning ,
but these fires -for the most. part' ST. O AUTO
aresma. PARTS CO., Inc.
The Florida Forest Service asks
All City of Port St. Joe Occupational
Licenses will expire September 30,
1968, and must be renewed on or
before October ,31, 1968. All K-.
enses not renewed before Novemurer
1, 1968, shall be delinquent and sub-
ject to a fifteen percent penalty in
addition to the standard license fee.
Port St. Joe cheerleaders and students
from the High Schbool decorate a Trailways bus
which .took the Sharks to Baker for the football
game last Friday night. Star photo
SHARKS TRAVEL BUS DECORATED
'than Chevrolthis'6LTis de- a longer elbase, it's easier to-
asigned to ride quieter tian the LTD handle, easier to park. ': '
that was quieterthan RbUs-Royce.. This is a new luxury-size Ford at "
it has more front hearooni, legroom 'a vry popdiar price. Big. Strong.
',nd trunk space than cars costing Quiet. A great road car. Drive one at, .
hundreds of dollars-more. Even with your Ford )ealer's now.,
''-. : .,.
-~- ,, ;,-'FORDA
Mo .- -
% '.. -' '. I :., ... .. ,f ..- ,
1969 LTD by Ford, 2-Door Hardtop
,, The place you've got to go to see what going on-your Ford Dealer!
IT'S THE GOING THING! ,
St oe Motor Company
.- at PORT ST. JOE
C W. Brock
City Auditor and Clerk
NHE STAR. Port St. Joe, FloriMd THHURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1968' .
Reasons Why Bond Election For
Schools Should Be Approved Now
It will provide for completion of the gym-
nasium complex in Port St. Joe including:
S Mr. t an, 'M Roy Ike Miss Sha- and Mrs. Linda Vgod are shown at a-rece
i ron Peak, i ide-el6et, Mrs. Carolyn'~ ittington shower honoring Miss Peak. -St
Miss SBIaron Peak, Bride-Elect, Honored With Shower
Miss Shato ifPeak,. b -ide-ee f 6lyn *Whittington, Mrs. Linda The honoree chose fo
of Johnny '.iche,, was feted .Wood; Mrs. Melba Peak and Mrs. casion, .a pink Aline di
-ith a bridal shower Tuesday, Dot Myers. wore a lovely corsage
October. ed to her byp the hostes
Hostesses were Mrs. Aiitia
Bryan, Mrs. Roy -Peak, Mrs. Car-
n rerresumens .were served
from a' beautifully appointed ta-
r the oc-
Many of Miss Peak's friends
called during the appointed,
Varsity dressing room,
Boys physical education dressing room
Girls physical education dressing room
Glee.Club Room ",:; *' ^ 1 .o
1 Physical Education Classroom
1 Driver Education Classroom
1 Diversified Cooperative TrairiingClassroom
1 Special Education Classroom
The nvmnasium will have a stage and can be used for co
tivites. that require seating for large crowds.
It will provide for Wewahitchka:
'" '-"'".* u ''. ") .'.
Stork Shower Fete4
A stork shower was given for
Sherry Dozier Monday, October
7 at the Florida Power Lounge.
The party table depicted a gay
s Mrs. Dozier In
atmosphere for-the occasion
Mrs. Dozier received man
Shown above with Mrs.
'First &Baptst WMS Meets and Names
flew Officers, Chairmen, for New Year
The First Baptist WMS met Mrs. Braxlon Ward; Sunbeam Di-
October 7 for their first meeting of rector, Mrs. Shirley Webb; '8 year
'*he new year with'17 members pre- Sunbeam Leader, Mrs. John Rich;
Dent. lI' 6 and 7 year Sunbeam Leaders,
The meeting was Opened AMth Mrs. Vedora Wilson and Mrs. Mar-
Devotional and Call to Prayer by garet Costin; Beginner Sunbeam
Mrs. Gladys Bateman, the topic Leader, Mrs.,Jack Sheffield.
being "Humility". The Groups members are:
Several items, of business were- Griup I; Leader, Mrs. E. C. Cason;
'discussed and, banned. Mrs. Anna Adams, Mrs. Lonnie
Mrs. Bateman announced the Bell, Mrs. J. F. Daniels, Mrs. Lois
"World Day of Prayer" would be. DpIels, Mrs. Marie Davis, Mrs.
*November 4. X" Irvin, Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Sr.,
The next meeting will be a Mrs. Myrtic Smith, Mrs. Pearl
1 Royal Service Program next Mon. Smith, Mrs. Jean Stephens, Mrs.
day, 'October 14. F. E. Trammell, Mrs. E. H. Van
Mrs. Ethel Holliday closed the Landingham and Mrs. Margaret
meeting with prayer. INichols. I
The new officers for the Firit Group It: Leader, Mrs. A. V.
Baptist WMS for the year 19684 sateman; Mrs. W. J. Belin, -Mrs.
are-as l ,.,W. 1. Cardin, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry,
V, W U~ -., Dorene Mrs. Perry Elliott, Mrs. Elizabeth
Spears; ftt Director,Flood, Mrs. J. A. Garrett, Mrs.
SMrs. Richara SauAders; WMU Sect. Myrle Griner, Mrs. !Sara rHetring,
i'and Treasurer, Mrs. Marie Davis; Mrs. Alice Macomber, Mrs. George
WMS President, Mrs. Mary Parker; Parrish', Mrs.,. Rfchard Sauxtders,
WMS Sect, Mrs. Jean Stephens; Mrs. Clifford Tharpe, Mrs. Clyde
W, !* T easrer, Mrs; W. C. Prid- Wager. '
t _' '.,,:'. ..!"I Gxoup m: Leader,' Mi's. L. W.
.11MS Group Leadey*lav#1 Cox; Mrs. Hazel Blackburn, Mrs.'
Study, Mrs. E. C. sote a PS'La Costin; Mrs. W. D. Dare, Mrs.
"'?Mrs. Gladys Bateman; Y W, Davis, Mrs, T, Z.I enderson,
Action, Mrs. L. W. Cox; You0 1 p. Ethel Holli4ay, Mrs. 'Ruby
Fostering, Mrs. H. F. Ayers. Corn- petty, Mrs. Mollie Plair, Mrs. W.
iiittee Chairmans are: Flower, C. Pridgeon, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey
Mrs. W. J. Daughter ;, Com r., Mrs, Braxton Ward, Mrs. B. W.
Mission, Mrs. Lola Costin ansuE ilder.
B. W. Wilder; Social,. Mrs. Ge Group IV:' Leader, Mrs. H. F.
Davis and Mrs. Jerry Moore; Child-' Ayers; Mrs. J. T. Campbell, Mrs.
ren's Home, Mrs. E. I. Van Lan- George Davis, Mrs. W. L. Durant,
dingham.. Mrs. Betty Fleming, Mrs. W. C.
A*ry" Leadeirsi YWA Direct- Goodson, Mrs. Onnie Herring, Mrs.
or, Mrs. Shirley Walden; YWA Allie Padgett, Mrs. Dessie Lee Par.
Leader, Mrs. Fredia Jacobs; G.A. ker, Mrs. Frank Pierce, Mrs. A. R.,
Director, Mrs. Sara Herring! Inter- Tomlinson, Mrs. E. H. Vitttun, Mrs.,
mediate G. A. Leaders, Mrs. John Ann Whittle.
Presnell pnd Mrs. Dewitt Dalton; ___
Junior 11 and ,12 year Leaders,
Mrs. Bill Fleming and Mrs. Robert ....CLASSIFIED ADS'
Whittle; Junior 9 and 10 year "Midget Investments With
Leaders, Mrs. Harvey Tootle a'nd Giant ReturnM"
Florida Power Lounge
n and is Pat Hartley, Charlotte Cush-
y use- ing, the honoree, her mother,
Martha Thornton and Beverly
Dozier Hammond. -Star photo
Garden Club Meets
The October program for the
Port St. Joe Garden Club will be
presented by Mrs. J. C. Arbogast
The meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Wesley R Ramn-
sey this afternoon at 3:00 p.m.
Co-hostess will be, Mrs.1 Oscar
All interested persons are in-
vited to attend.
long Avenue Baptist
Circles Will Meet
WMS Circles of the Long A&e-
nue Baptist Church will meet in
the following. homes next week.
The Lota Palmer Circle will hold
its meeting at the home .of Mrs.
John Core, Tuesday, October' 15
at 9:30 a.m.
The Edna Horton Circle will
meet at the home of Mr-s. George
Holland at Mexico Beach. on Wed-
nesday, October 16 at 9;30 am. '
'The Dorothy Clark Circle will
meet at the home of Mrs.- Gene
Fowler at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oc-
The Hospital Auxilary would like
to thank these people for their
kind donations ,to the Thrift Shop
during the month of September;
Sara- Preston, Kay Altstaetter, Mrs.
'0. M. Sell, Mrs. Charlotte Lytz, Mrs.
Williston Chason, Mrs. Red Parker,
Mrs. Richard Porter, Mrs. Virginia
Owens, Mrs, Bob Tyler, Mrs. J3. Ar-
bogast, Mrs. Burkett, Mrs. George
Anchors, Mrs. Fred Walters, Mrs.
Richard Porter, Mrs. Gus Creech,
Mrs. John .Blount,' Mrs. George
Harrison, Mrs. George Tapper, Mrs.
, 1 Vcational Agriculture Room
1 Band Room .
1 Glee Club Room
1 Band Library Room
plans have already been
completed on these projects and
while the contractor is on the
site, these facilities can be con-
structed at the present contract
school purposes of 1.05 mills,
even wifit the approval f the
:.Bond Issue. '.
SThe Board' will pay $28,080,
this year as the final payment on
S;the 1948 od Issue. There is
Sno milloge being levied to pay off
' th 8 Bnd Issue.
These facilities must be
icted now or later, With
:ost in construction itwill
be more costly to wait.
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in 1972. .
We urge all freeholders to re-
regisfer for the School Bond Elec-
tion before tiober 19, 1968. A
freeholder is anyone who owns
an interest in real estate, whe-
ther he pays faxbs or not.
GULF COUNTY BOARD OF
The School Milage for 1969
Will Be Reduced By 2.85 Mills
The proposed Bond Issue will The Board is levyng .69 mills
re Uire 1.8 mills, which will pro- this year on the 1952 Bond Is-
vide a reduction ih village ior sue. This issue will be paid off
* f'~ ~
THE STAR, Po.1 it. Joe, ;iHi1d THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1968
:Roy ibson Revues Purpose of Rotary
For Local Club Members Last Thursday
Program chairman Roy Gibson
presented a "home made" pro--
gra to the Port St. Joe Rotary
Club. last Thursday, reminding
)the- members of some of the ac-
"tivities of the organization.
Members takin* part in' the
presentation were Gibson, Tom
Ford, Bill Simmons, Dave May
and Silas R. Stone.
Gibson reminded the club
that it had been founded on the
premise of '"service" and that
this has been the watchword of
Rotary since its founding in,
1905. a u
Socially, the Rotaty.Club puts
forth its energies in sponsoring
high scholarship awards, Dixie
Youth baseball, Boy and. Cub'
Scouts, annual Charity Ball and
dental health care for indigent
,,lSoye Brewton, sales manager
for SL Joe Container 'Division
was inducted as a new member
Kiwanis See Film
On Atlanta Falcons
'The "Second Flight of The Fal-
con" a documentary film of the
1967 season of the Atlanta Fal-
cons, was presented to the Ki-
wanis Club Tuesday at noon.
'the film contained highlights
of all of the Falcons games dur-
ing the last season.
The film was presented by' Dr.
Robert King is a personal friend
of former Falcon coach Norb
Guests of the club were Bill
Roemer, Kenneth Whitfield, Bill
'Rich and Marion Craig and stu-
dent guests Deda Gilbert and
Sample Succulent Seafood
Mrs. Martin Bowman, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey and Mrs. Bob
Brunner sample the delicious seafood dishes prepared at a demon-
stration held at the Florida Power Lounge last Thursday afternoon.
The seafood preparation school was sponsored by Florida Power
Corporation and was under the direction of Mrs. George T. Patrenos,
Florida Power Home Service Agent. -Star photo
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Mrs. Mae Creamer announces
the engagement and approaching
marriage of her daughter, Betty
Jean to Sgt. Frank Elbert Har-
din s~on of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
Hardin of Guntersville, Ala.
The bride elect graduated from
Port St. Joe High School in 1967
and is presently employed by the
St. Joe Paper Company.
Sgt. Hardin is in the U. S.
Air Force and stationed at Tyn-
dall Air Force Base.
The Wedding will be an event __a
of November 8 at 8:00 o'clock, :-3
P. X. in the Highland View As-
sembly of God Church, A recep- i -- -
tion will be held in the social
hal immediately following the
ceremony. :All friends and rela- MiSS BETTY CREAMER
tives are invited to attend.M
B ta 'Sigma Phi members. Firqt row, left to
right,' Mrs. H. T. Dean, Mrs. Gordon Farris, Mrs.
Helen Schulk, guest speaker, Mrs. Wayne Gay
and' Mrs. Bill Rish. Second rdw, Mrs: De*ey Pat-
terson, Mrs. Bill Brown, Mrs. Ken Hurlbut, Mrs.
Ken Cox, Mrs. Bob Freeman, Mrs. Joe Blan, Mrs.
Lucious Morris and Mrs. John Lewis. Third row,
Mrs. Allen Scott, Mrs. Theo Johnson, Mrs. Zack
Wuthrich, Mrs. CUil Lyons, Jr., Mrsi Ted Cannon;X,
'Mrs. Cliff Sanborn, Mrs. Don Grossmann, Mrs.
James Maddox, and Mrs. Robert Nedley.
Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Have Joint Meeting; Hear
Program On "Charm and Pois." by Mrs. Helen Schuk
Xi Epsilon Kappa and Eta dome time answering Individual Hurlbut qf Xi Epsilo
lwp~psiAon Chapters of Beta) Signia questions, and Frances Morris of
Phi held a joint, meeting TUes- At the conclusion of the pro. Ion.
day ,night, October 1, at the Flor- gram, refreshments were served A most pleasant soi
ida First' National Bank.. by Charlotte' Nedley and Sherry followed.
After the meeting was called
to order, each group held a short .. _
separate .business meeting. The -
business was dispensed with as
quickly as possible in oArder to "-
have more time to enjoy the'fea-
ture bf the evening.
The program' for the meeting
,.,Was not only the highlight of the
Sevenig; but one .bf their pmpst
enjoyablele occaslods of the yder.
Virginia Cannon introduced a
guest speaker who was to give a
talk on the subject, "Charm and
Poise". The special treat for all
of the ladies present was the fact
that the guest speaker was Mrs.
Helen Schuk, who was well qual-
ified to talk on this subject. She
is better known to most of the
ladies as "Here's Helen" at 11
a.m. on WJHG-TV.
Mrs. Schuk is the epitome of
charm and poise herself and her
talk was fascinating to every- ---
one present. She gave health
and beauty tips as well as exer-
cise illustrations and then spent
Mrs. Carol Rish, vice-president, Xi Epsilon Kappa, left, and Mrs.
Ruth Patterson, president, Eta Upsilon, right, greet guest speaker,
Mrs. Helen Schuk, center. -Star photo
St. Joseph Historical Society Met
Saturday to Discuss New, O0d Projects
The October' meeting of the St. Arthur McFadden relative to in-
Joseph Historical Society was held formation disclosed by divers in
in the Council Room of the City this area about seeing something
Hall, Saturday afternoon, October which seems tobe' a church led
5 with the president, Jesse Stone, to the decision to investigate this
presiding. Attending were Mrs. R. further and perhaps .to ppromote
H. Brinson, Mrs. W. T.' Mosely,
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., and two this as another project of,the so-
visitors, Mrs. Ola Stone Ogburn of city. It was decided to invite Mr.
Long Beach, California, daughter McFadden and 'other interested
of Port St. Joe's first citizen, Ter- people to' attend the November
rell Higdon Stone and Mrs. Chris meeting, td discuss the possibili-
Martin, a recent citizen now living ties of recovering artifacts.
in Virginia. ,- ties of recovering artifacts..
n V i rg inia '.. ..-' '. The State Historical Society of
Relative to the old Cemetery, Wisconsin has requeiedIa copy of
Mrs. Brinson reported that th c o s reie a opti
work of cleaning, pruning, fertiliz- Stat onsda.. othe :ndc
ing. trimming the palms, etc., ha St ate of 'Florida--another indica-
beun,' -nd that clay has been s6- ltion that tlihe work of this group is
begun, and that lay has been se- acng
cured for the roses. The group dis- far-reaching."
cussed the proposed wrought iron Plans for the annual meeting
sign,'with the wording "St. Joseph which is held the first of the year
Cemetery" which is to be placed include in' addition to the regular
ovei the entrance in the near fli. installation of officers a Historical
ture.' The Historical Society ex- review. Anyone with information
presses gratitude ,to the Railroad that"might add interest to this pro-
for haying- this loyely, sign made graim s requested to call the pro-
and to Bernard Pridgeon, Sri,.who, gram chairman, Mrs. Ralph.Swatts,
is doing this wok'. ,' Sr.
The Gazebo, wieVis to b plac-
ed ip the Ceieter; is still in the
planning stage, ai the president Boa hou S
promised t4,,aive-a set of plans by ItBoy, ,ey Couts5
the nextmeeting, mos Report On Bulb Sale
Mrs. Mosely read a mostinter-
esting letter from Mrs. DeLamar ofy Scouts report
Albany, Georgia, whose husband MexicoBeach By Scoutsreport
is a descendant of the Dr. Gibson, that the light bulb sale la-s week
who is buried in the Old Cemetery. was very successful. They want
Mrs. DeLamar was most apprecia- to thank everyone for purchasing
tive of the restoration of this his- bulbs from them.
torical site, and included some val- Saturday, October 5, 13 of the
unable material which is to be pub- 19 boys completed a one mile run.
listed by The Star, and should Parents and Scouts are reminded
prove interesting to all the citi- to attend the outing Saturday, Oc-
Zeps of this city, tober 12 at 10 a.m., when award'
Another interesting letter from, badges 'will be presented.
Your druggist's Certificate aswa Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination and Is qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's yon are assured of your prescription being
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THE STAP, Port St. J.e, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1968 PAGE MIN
i' I said resolution is published in full
L e AJ ,1 below as part of this notice. j
Sal A UVN i, The places of voting in said bond
election shall be the places in said!
NOICE OF B D ELCIO IN District where the general election
NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION IN will be held on such date through-
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT out said District, except as other-
No. 1 OF GULF COUNTY, FLOR. wise ordered in said resolution or
JDA, ON NOVEMBER 5, 1968. 1 as may. be hereafter ordered in
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN accordance with the provisions of
THAT A BOND ELECTION will be the Florida Statutes. The polls will
held on the 5th day of November,, be open at voting places on the
1968, n Specialt Tax School District date of said bond election from
.No. .1of Gulf County, Florida, (the 7:00 A.M. until 7:00 P.M. on the
boundaries of said District No. 1 same day, all as provided in said
being coterminous with the boun- resolution adopted October 1,
diaries with Gulf County, Florida) 1968, and published in full below
for the purpose of determining as a part of this notice.
whether or not bondseof said Dis- All qualified electors residing
gate principal amount of notex." within such Special Tax School
cees princ a damnt oaf no District No. 1 who are freeholders
eeding $1,100,000.00se anbearing on the date of such election and
terest, payable semi-annually, at who
such rate orrates~ nn ..... who have specialy re-registered
such rate or rates, not exceeding
Ssrix her centum n(6%) ;r annum' for participation therein as requir-
shall be determined at the time f ed Gy law shall be entitled, quail-
the sale thereof, and maturing fled and permitted to vote at such
serially in annual nstallmentsove election; provided, however, that
a period nnot tonexci twalenty ( any qualified elector residing in
years from the late of s xe t onds such D itrict who is a freeholder
for the purpose of financing part on such date may vote at such bond
of the cost of acquiring bcin ar election upon compliance with the
enlarging, furnishing or othe g,- requirements of Section 100.241(4),
improving buildings or school orda Statutes. P
grounds, or other school purposes THE BOARDTI OF PUBLIC
as more specifically described and INSTRUCTION OF
provided in the resolution The GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Board of Public Instruction of I is/ GENE RAFFIELD,
Gulf County, Florida, adopted on' Vice-Chairman
,1he 1st day of October, 1968, which ATTEST:
NO MONEY DOW
-GUARANTEED O st
1 IIIDITIP /aguiunt bruib
IN ausi l e by road
In accordance with H e terms of our printed
based on Firestone trade level price for repl
but may not represent approsimate current
Prced Cs shown at Fireome Stose w empeiely pI
/s/ MARION CRAIGen ma be supplied .from t -cur. ."" .a''
/s R. MARION CAIG ficiency may be plied rom urbs and parking lot lighting, $40,- date of September 26 1968, and
Secretary other. funds available therefore 00000. notice of such approval was there-
ION* D E S anGt o any oer pat9fasyaidre aprpolpoe New Port St. Joe Hfgh School: after duly transmitted to.. The
RESOLUTION ORDERING AND to any other part a- d proposed Furnishings and equipment includ- Board of Public Instruction of
PO ING FOR THE HOLD-Eldh i ght o Bardsu je t Ing P.E. varsity lockers in gymna- Gulf County, Floridna; andu
CIAL TAX, SCHOOL DISTRIC tio of the said improvements and New Wewahitchka Junior-Senior to be done prior to the calling of
NO.1 L UTR, facilities that I the amounts he allocat- High School; VocaFional-agricul-m c proi d bon otds have b een done,
FLORIDA, ON THE QUESTIONe to certain projects are ade- ture shop, band room, choral p s.ed bond h ere
OF ISSUI NG NOT EXCEEDING! quate foom the completion of the -oom and classrooms, $106,793.00. and itis- nowndesired tos call the
S$!,100 000.00_ SCHOOL BONDS projects, to allocate additional New Wewahitchka Junior-Senior nO-eWaTelREFtORE,.
OF SAID DISTRICT amounts to. said projects from oth- High School; Bus loading platform-,. OWe ,T heE ORd E- f Public-
WHEREAS, the Board of Public er projects herein listed, and if drives, and parking areas, curbs, construction of Gulf County, Flor
Instruction of Gulf County, Florida, it be found at the time of the lighting of parking area and flag- d a-s ruclton that: o
on the 9th day of September 1968, construction of the school improve- pole, $40,000.00. SECTION 1It is hereby found
duly and legally adopted a reso- ments and facilities that less than New Wewahitchka Junior-Senior and determined that bonds in the
lution entitled "Resolution Pro- the amounts herein allocated to High School; Furniture, furnish- principal amount of not exceeding
posing a Bond Issue for special certain projects are needed for the ings and equipment, $26,000.00. $1 100,000.00 bearing interest pay- .
Tax School District No. 1 of Gulf completion of such projects, to al- Architects fee, cost of freehold- able semi-annually at such rate or
County, Florida", which resolution locate the amounts to be saved to, rcshitert'os f ncstlofg feehold" rabesenost exce ongt sicpeh ente -
was adopted pursuant to the re- other projects, or if through un- ers, registration, including co- ra tes not exceeding six per cent-
quirements of Section 236.37, Flor usual circumstances or conditions, tin f re gistration of Freehodiersed at6%the annutime of the tsal '
ida Statutes; and including changes in population, it and repalection of' Freeholder's determined atthereof, and to ime of t he serially
WHEREAS, in and by said reso- is deemed necessary and advisable ist ribution of ballot boxes- thereofannual installmentsover a periodally in
lution this Bo ard proposed the is- fo change any of th e school sites tices, distribution of ballot boxes,'annual installmentsover a period
elutn theri Bnar tePr set otheadG nsu o....... s ccl insg i sectors and printing- legal pro- not to exceed twenty (20) years l
suance of bonds by said Special or modify any of the projects aes- 'einsf.or an d printing lgl ro- n to da t y (2) yars
Tax School District in the amount cbed herein to make such eces cdngissuance of bvalidationds, aprinoving required forom thedate purposes heaid bonds, arein-
of $1,100,000.00 for the purpose of say changes in sites or project pinion ssuandce other costs, $23,946approving requiforeset forth. Such bons herein-
acquiring, building, enlarging, fur- on the basis ofa survey of school 'u p.in. ndaern ct n t 3,946.00. i before set fth. er wbond an
nishing or otherwise improving plant needs made under the super- I Grand total, $1,100,O00.0.- the interest thereon will be gen-r
buildings or school grounds or for vision of the State Superintendent WHEREAS, a certified copy of eral obligations of the district for
any other exclusive use of the pub- .of Public Instruction, such projects said resolution was transmitted to the payment of.which the full't
li schools within such District, in-being isted as follows: the Stateuperintendenti and credit of the District
c ing but not limited to the pro ..New Port St. Joe High Schol.: lc Instruction of the State of Flor- hall be pledged.
aand- ida for his consideration. Approval ion A l i held on
jects hereinafter set forth; Gymnasium complex, including th am was made b, the Io is hereby ordered to be held in.
provided further, that to the extent classrooms '$796,261.00. O fta madebyth e H Special Tax School District No. 1,
the actual cost may be greater or classroomsorabe Floyd T Christian State ounty, Florida, o Noe-
less than the estimated cost of any I New Port St. Joe High School. Superintendent of Public Instruc- Gulf County Florida, on Novem-
project herein set forth, such de- Paved parking areas, drives and tion of the State of Florida, underbe or not 1968,aid bons halldetermine whissuedther
or not said bonds shall be issued.
SECTION 3. The places of voting
in such bond, election shall be the I
/ places in said District where the
.. ... general election will be held on
.B .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
A ..Statutes. The polls will be open at E
?:( I a i such boud election from 7:00 A.M.oee
until 7:00 P.M. on the same 'day.
Only the duly qualified electors
residing' within said Special Tax
School District No. 1 who aret
freeholders on the date of such I
election and who have been re--
registered in the special re-regis-
tration for such bond election, as
Sequ ird by law, shall be entitled,
qualified and permitted to vote at ,
r, ._ .28.0I4 .00 31.7such election; provided, however,
rithatany qualified electortresidinge
in such District who is a freeholder
S 4n yu buy| hon saiddate may vote at such bond
h- 7 1 -. election upon compliance with the
1it the balot tfrr ot the vot100,
I f ire t out requirements of Section 100.241(4),
wo d a Florida Statutes. seial i
Satin of qualified electors residing
trade-in in such District who are freehold-
eeers has been ordered and shall beP
_the resolution ordering such re-
*Board of County Commissioners ofd
Gulf County, Florida. s
SECTION 5,. The ballot ne o sbe
"' II used in sad election shall be that b t
-. ^ -. ...--.- -p-ortion of cardboard or paper with-
TU E .E S B L C WTULESSWHIT iL""in the ballot frames of the voting
IstTIR 2n TRE st IRE 2n bTreRE machinese, which shall contain al.
2 0 statement of the description of the
:a.i 23 ... proposed issuance of bondse and
I-i: W ^^.-^ 20twhich will provide facilities for1B
"Ii5 1 a i qualified electors who a re free-
2holders and who -have re-egister-n '
ed for participationtherei to vote
ST 3 2T 1 in the ballot frames of -the voting A
K>. ata43IR 218 TE rep7aTE 2 87 28 machines shall be in substantially
eo-a 428.00 *14.00 *31.75 1587 the following form:
5 'I2 29.75 14.87 33.75 16e87 ., Special Tax School DistrictNo. 1,
1 22 1 7 2. 5 Gulf County, Florida, Bond Elec-
7 4 30.75 15.37 35.00 17.50 2.06 tion November 5, 1968.
2.056 Shall Special Tax School Dis-
7.7-14 2 e t 19 trict No. 1 of Gulf County, Flor-
8n.2 't r5-1S 3 5 a1 3 1 I ida, issue bonds in the aggregate
35.75 12.7 7 22.35 amount of not exceeding $1,100,-
000.00 bearing interest, payable
2.54 semi-annually, at such rate or
85.1-14 1". "5 "irates,enot exceeding sixch percent-
8-4. 43.75 218 4 75 2 87 2.85 -um (6%), as shall be determined
9.98'50.14- 4... .....2.8 4.6at the time of the sale thereof,
9.00-15 45.25 22.62, 51.50 25.75 2.1 and.maturing serially in annual (
9.1-1. 297installments over a period not
the date of said bonds, for the p
q .PLUS taxes and -trade-in tire's coff your car. purpose of financing the cost of
acquiring, building, enlarging, i
furnishing or otherwise improv-
ing buildings or school grounds,
as more specifically described
and provided in the resolution r
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 prod.
perty in such District without'
0UT114"limitation as to rate or amount?
U Instructions to Voters:
Qualified freeholder electors
desiring to vote for the issuance
of said bonds are instructed .to
siring to vote against the is-
..... .ed to turn the pointer or lever
Sor snaJs against defec d l I d ." Aat the rightoof the words, ]
S,..o"be used at said bond election for
O l machines and for absentee voting.
l orogmOal tread design donored by Mitousands o said bond election for those prea
er car drivinE a a deale M g M and for absentee voters shall be N
in substantially the following a
guarantee, price of replacement lire pro-rated on oeigipal trmad design a a form:
cement tire at time of adjustment Firestone trade level prices a iI m im l Special Tax School District No. C
average selling prices, and are subject to cha wi~~1~1, Gulf County, Florida, Bond t
Election. November 5, 1968. w
Shall Special Tax School Dis- a
trict No. 1 of Gulf County, Flor- w
priced at Firestone Dealers and at oNl service 'seest. dsplaiesl Iass sigin ida, issue bonds in the aggregate
amount of not exceeding $1,100,- s
000.00 bearing interest, payable C
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 (S
sale thereof, and maturing ser-
ially in annual installments over
(20) years from the date of said
bonds, for the purpose of financ-
ing the cost of acquiring, build- fo
"ing,enlarging, furnishing or ct
otherwise improving buildings d
I- I 66 STA TIO Ior school grounds, as more spe-
fically described and provided in t
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
-.7.. .-- 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".
SIf' 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
his Board is hereby authorized
nd directed to have printed sam-
ple ballots and shall deliver them
o 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
;he use of such voting-machines
and to have printed on plain white
cardboard or paper and delivered
.n accordance with law the offi-
cial ballots for use in such voting
machines; and in those precincts
not having voting machines, paper
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 the
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-
ed 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
4f 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-
ive weeks, the first publication to
be not less than thirty (30) days
prior to the date of said bond elec-
SECTION 10. The Clerks and In-
spectors appointed to conduct the
general election to be held on the
ame date at the same places of
'oting in the District are appoint-
ed and designated Clerks -and In-
pectors to conduct such bond elec-
ion herein called.
SECTION 11. This Resolution
hall 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-
/si GENE RAFFIELD
's/ R. MARION CRAIG,
IN THE COUNTY JUDE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
N RE: Estate of-,
FRANKIE L. HARRIS,
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
Notice is hereby given that t
have filed my final returns as ad.
ministrator of the estate of Frank-
ie L. Harris, deceased; that I have
filed my petition for final dis-
charge, and that I will apply to the
Honorable Sam P. Husband, County
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, on
November 4, 1968, for approval of
the same and for final discharge
as administrator of the estate of
Frankie L. Harris, deceased.
October 1, 1968.
/s/ R. A. DRIESBACH,
Administrator of the
estate of Frankle L.
Harris, deceased. 4t-10-3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. CASE NO.
WILLOW FAYE JINKS,
ROY TEETH JINKS,
NOTICE TO DEFEND
OTICE. TO: Roy Teet Jinks, Ad-
On or before the 28th day of
October, A. D. 1968, thd Defend-
nt, ROY TEET JINKS is requir-
d to serve upon W M FRED TUB.
ER, Attorney for Plaintiff whose
address is 900 Florida Avenue,
ynn Haven, Florida,' copy of,
nd file with the Clerk of this
ourt, the original of an Answer
o the bill of Complaint for di-
orce, filed against him; herein
ail not, or a default judgment
ill be entered against you.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
aid Court at Port St. Joe, Gulf
county, Florida, this 25th day of
september, A. D. 1968.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
I will no longer be responsible
or any debts other than those in.
urred by me personally after the
ate of the first publication of
his notice, September 19, 1968.
EDWARD YOUNGBLOOD 4t
PAGE TEN THE STAR, *eL St. Jee, Plorda
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1968
TABLEITE RIB or
More Shoppers Are Changing.
To Low Prices!
Every day, more shoppers are becoming aware of the value of everyday low
prices, and more and more are changing to the stores offering the most cash
savings on their total food purchases. Trading stamps represent a store cost of
from two to five cents on every dollar of store sales. The customer ultimately
pays for this additional cost of operation. RICH'S IGA Super Market is a no-
stamp store and has no hidden cost to pass on to their customers. RICH'S offers
you the highest quality merchandise at the lowest possible prices. All this adds
up to CASH SAVINGS on your total food bill. Join the trend of shoppers today.
Change to low prices and take your savings in cash.
TABLERITE FULL CUT _
T-Bone Steak lb. $1.18
TABI ERITE BEEF
CUT AND WRAPPED READY FOR
TABLERITE SIRLOIN TIP ROAST or
TABLERITE LEAN GROUND
YOUR FREEZER TABLERITE TENDER
Front Quarters lb. 48c CUBE STEAK Ib. $1.08
SIDES---- Ib. 58c
Hind Quarters lb. 68c
USDA GRADE "A" GA. or FLA.
Ride SANDY Thurs. P.M., Fri. P.M.
and All Day Saturday
IGA YELLOW CLING NO. 2% CANS
XMLET -12 OZ. CANS
4 ROLL PKG.
DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT 46 OZ. CANS
DEL MONTE -20 OZ. BTLS.
SALT 5 o 0S $
TROPICAL NO DEPOSIT BOTTLES
Soft DRINKS 6
ALL FLAVORS IGA
GROUND BEEF ,-.------- 3 lbs.
P KG b...
MORTON'S CHOC., COCONUT, LEMON 14 OZ. PKGS.
Cream PIES 4
IGA FROZEN 1 LB. PKGS.
SREG. 89c HEAD and SHOULDERS
REG. 59c TOOTHPASTE
GL EE "
6 OZ. BTL.
Ldrge Crop Fall Vegetables is In! ill Your Freezer!
rge* C rop Fa s- ,^ *.. .. ..*. ...
CELLO BAGS BELL
EATING APPLES 3 bags $1.00
10c UTTER BEANSlb. 19c
BUTTER BEANS ---- lb. 19c
FRESH:TE ACRE PEA _. FSH
FI ELD PEAS------ lb. lOc WHITE ACRE PEAS -- bu. $3.25
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
BUSHEL $ 250
,FRESH SHELLED BLACKEYE
PEAS 3 BAGS $1.00
NEW FALL CROP,
SWEET POTATOES or APPLES
SLICED BACON----------- Ib. 59c
ALL MEAT BOLOGNA -------b.
4 1% LB
FROSTY MORN 12 OZ. PKGS.
ALL MEAT FRANKS -- 2 pkgs.
BISCUITS ...--I 6 pak ctn. 49c
SUNGOLD 1 LB. PKGS.
OLEO QUARTERS -------2 pkgs. 29c'
SAVE MORE WITH A $10.00 ORDER
IGA ALL PURPOSE WrTH $10.00 Order or MORE
PURE CANE WITH $10.00 ORDER or MORE
SUGAR 5 b. bag 39c
IGA WITH $10.00 ORDER or MORE
DETERGENT --- gt. size 49c
BLACKBURN RIVER WITH $10.00 Order or More
SYRUP --- No. 5 jar 39c
GA. GRADE 'A' WITH $10.00 ORDEIPor MORE
1 Doz. Medium EGGS FREE!
GA., or FLA. GRADE 'A'
1 DOZ. '49c'
OCTOBER 9, 10, 11 and 12
C |eSec. 34.66 P.L&R.
Port St. Joe, Fla. I
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
Permit No. 30
TWIN PET TALL CANS
_ ~ _' 'i^:^ c^ \\
89c LEa rF.
REG. 756c MOUTHWASH
1.49 SCO PE
LOOK! VINE RIPENED
LB. 19c PEAS
i I II
THE STAR, Port St. Jo. F0orida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1968
The Store that
cares about you!
SShoulder Roast Lb. 5S8c
Shoulder Chops Lb. 68c
Lamb Rib ChopsLt.$1.08 .-su ima 'A -'4 .
Lamb Rib ChopsL> $1.08 "upr-l^itrn BeefFullCut Grade "A"Fa. and Ga.
Lamb Legs Butt Half L88c Chuck Steak Lb 58c Iu
Lamb Patties Lb. 48c "Super-Right"(When you buy 3 lbs. or more)
I, fia.=..* I a. Ground Beef Lb. 49
ANN PAGE BRAND
SPECIAL! (Limit I with $5 or more order excl. cigarettes)
11-' V-fyii MEAT! T -'*Y
$5 you spend
2- 3 no limit
^11" MEAT T"AY
IF UNABLE TFO PURCHASE ANY AD-
VERTISED ITEM, PLEASE REQUEST A
RAIN CHECK! Prices in this Ad are
Good through Saturday, Oct. 12.
S W m "tCouS SN*OlCMASU 0 STAMPS
TNT Roach & Ant
Insect. Bomb 'li 89c .JAX
GOOD THROUGH OCT. 43 10-12-681
*-- ----------^ Q---
O il 24-z.Bottle 3 9 C
.--..,ey Quarters Special(
Margarine 2 1-Lb. Cns. 35
A&P Brand Speciall
Cream Cheese .-oz. Pkg. 31
Oreo Cookies 4-Lb. Pkg.45c
Sultana Pure Strawberry 1Y Ilb. soecial
:Preserves 1" 1b. jar 5
aydv Bet C-eii
Prune Juice Q' Botie 43c
Ann Page Macaroni & .. Spec all
Cheese Dinners 2 7-4:z Pkgs39c-
Soft-Ply .(Two 4-Roll Pa Is (Ucj
Bathroom Tissue 10 ",R 7ck
Sifti-PI Y, 3
facial Tissue 2 2 CP
Dinner Napkins 2-
SJane Parker Variety
mix or I Ofl
match b A u f.O ...
JANE PARKER SWSET
1-Lb.8-oz. Size 39c
wim"T c"'CO UiN c""0 I STAMPS
Noxzema Reg. or Menthol
SHAVE CREAM 7CT -c -A
GOOD THROUGH OCT. 13 10-12-68
' .. . "_
UTHIFTIm J E X. UT P.t7
--,---w_ ..... ... iLA I t,
I S WTr Tis WWW AW niCMASIS STAMPSt
Ann Page Imit. Vanilla
Extract z 33c JAX
GOOD THROUGH OCT. 13 10-12-68
18-oz. Can .5
2-Ft Rols 5ls
SPECIALI FRESH RED GA. SWEET
- MEDIUM SIZE YELLOW
ONIONS 3Lb. Ba
5 R. OR GOLDEN D3LCIOUS SPECI
L b Bag
Each APPLES 49
= 23 LB.. I OZ.
ONLY WITH THIS COUPON
,=-;" 1 SAVE _____10
S,,,~ cY ONY A&P Food Stores
SFER .XP.iRES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1968
T 1 COUPON PER PAFFER EXPCKAGE CAERE
ir PrIT ,1 'COUPoN PER PACKAGE PURCHASED
- c3u. -P *utSoIr i 0r
Ba or Be
nsprn o f 5 55c
(COOD THROUGH OCT. 13
.W..i"C, NDo O'P STAMPS
Syrup Si'o 69c JAX
'GOOD THROUGH OCT. 13 70-12-68
.m... coe o.WON S..CMs, ,S STAMPS
Ann Page Maple Honey
Syrup Bot le 59C JAX X
GOOD THROUGH OCT. 13 10-12-68 s
is obtained from the Chief Veteri-
narian of Georgia and the animals
are covered: by health certificate+-
issued by an accredited veterinar-
ian stating that the swine are ap-
parently healthy and have not re-
cently been exposed to any conta-.,
gious or infectious diseases. Permit
and health -cei'tificate must move
with the swine...
The use of hog cholera vaccines
within the State of Florida is pro-
hibited. The live virus, modified
live ,irus vaccines, and inactivated
vaccines (crystal violet, ,Boynton's
tissue, etc.) have been outlawed
arid may not -be used or sold for
use within the State. The use of
serum or antibody concentrate a-
lone is not recommended at this
time since such use interferes with
laboratory diagnosis of hog cholera.
NIGHTS MAKES MANY-
NII IIG FEEL OLD
Common Kidney or Bladder Irrita-
tions make many men andl women
feel tense and nervous from frequent,
burning or Itching urination night
and day. Secondarily, you may lose
Sleep and have Headacne, Backache
and feel older, tired, depressed. In
such cases. CYSTEX usually brings
relaxing comfort by curbing Irritat-
ing germs in acid urine and quickly
easing pain.GeL CYSTEX at druggists.
I Want clean heat? I
Widespread Investigation of Swine
Herds Seeks to Halt Cholera Outbreak
216 swi e herds have been in-. a 24-hour a day basis at the four
vestigated in 'the current-outbreak rides r. t R t
of hog cholera in the State of Flor- ..crossng the Rer to pre.
ida. 155 of' the heids investigated vent the movement .of unauthorized
were 'determined to- be negative sw'ne n -oth directions..
for hog 'cholera. 61 herds in -41 m nthe area of the State .east of
counties were- determined to be, the quarantine line, the only move-
suspicious of hog cholera and sam- ments permitted within the State
ples were obtained for laboratory are .from the farm dirdst to ap-
examination. / proved slaughtering establishments,
A total 'of 5,804 swiie ini 26 No farm to farm movements though
herds have been destroyed due to livestock auction markets. are
positive hog cholera diagnoses 'permitted.:
Total appraisal of swine slaughter- :. There has been no change in the
ed to date amounts to $180,46210. movement of swine' into the State
from 'otlier states, with the execp-
AI qarantine line has been esta-I ion of the State of Georgia which
:blished t' the Chattahoochee-Apa- i under a statewide quarantine
lachicola River. In the Panhandl due to hog cholera. The only swine
area of the State west of the qua- zed to come into Florida
.. -authorized to come into Florida
rantine line, slaughter-type swipe from Georgia is immediate slaugh-
are permitted to be moved direct. ter swine Consigned to approved
ly to approved slaughtering esta-slaughter ing establishments. Such
blishments or to livestock markets swine must hake a permit from this
in the area for sale only to approv- office and health certificate issued
ed livestock markets. No farm to by an accredited veterinarian show-
farm movements are permitted,ee from
ing the animals dto be fiee from
Check stations have been set up on contagious or infectious diseases or
I -- '-'. exposure thereto.
The State of Georgia will accept
S .'A swine from Florida for immediate
A01l1 clalntrtor vided special permit
LADIES WINTER LEAGUE
On lanes 1. and 2 Pate's took* all
four games from Marvin's Standard
with Ruby Lucas rolling a high
game of 174 and series of 489 'for
the winners. "For Maryin's, nigh
game, goes to Joan Falbe with 129
and / series, was a1 tie' with 'Joan
Falbe and Maydell Pettis bowling
SOn 3 'and 4 "Tapper's Senators
took four games from No. 1 Drive
Inn. For the winners Christine
Lightfoot and Shirley Whitfield
both rolled a fine 449 series. The
high game goes to Mary Alice Lyons
with a 162. High game and series
was rolled by Pat Smith with a 157
| ame and 462 series for No. 1
Drive Inn. /
On 5 and 6 13 Mile took'three
games from TKeam 'No. 3. The win-
ner's high game and series was
fireLd, by Donna Ward with a 485
series and a 176 game. For No. 3,
Evelyn Smith was on top'with a.
486 series and a 172 game.
On 7 and, 8 Team No.. 2 took all
four'games from Team No. 6. For
the winner's.high game and series
goes to Melba Barbee. with 'a 433
'..series and two games of 151. Sandra
Raffield also bowled a game of 151
and she picked up the 7-4-5- split.
For No. 6 high series goes to Ann
Suber with a 340 and high game
to Barbara Owens with a 142. Rose
Subeer picked up the, 5-10 split.
Standings W L
13 Mile Oyster Co. -- 11 1
Team No. 2 9 3
Tapper Senators :------8 '6
Team No. 3 5 7,
Pate's Service Center -- 5 7
Hannon's Insurance _---- 4, 8
'Marvin's Standard _-_- 3 9
No. 1 Drive inn ...__ 1 11
CABLE-VISION WILL SOC
will soon 1
I For Information
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
15th St., Panama City
Panama City Chrysler
KRAFT CHEESE SPREAD
I EXCEL VACUUM PACK SALTED
b WRIGHT'S SWEET
e, ALUMINUM WRAP (Reg. Duty)
QuarJar 49C t
Sunevron eating i-ueisurnm
clean and pack a lot of heat
into a few pennies.
Call your Standard Oil
Man in Port St. Joe
J. LAMAR (Pete) MILLER
S'Standard Oil Company (IncTn Ky.)
>N BE AT YOUR, DOOR l
N HILL-ST. JOE BEACH
Pert ISto* Fiio 1IURSbAY, OT6"I 10, 1%8-
Sharks Will Face Tough Graceville
Tiger Eleven Here Tomorrow Night
by WALTEft GAFFNEY
The Port StL Joe High Sharks
hope to get back in the winning
column when they take on the
Graceville ETigh Tigers here to.
morrow night. Kick-off time is
The Sharks suffered their
first loss of the season Friday
night when they were edged by
the Baker High Gators, 7-8 at
In last year's meeting between
the Sharks and Tigers, the Ti-
gers stumped the Sharks, 42-0.
Chris Earley will open up at
center tomorrow night.
Senior Donald Jamison and
junior Larry McFarland will be
at the guard positions.
Robert Nobles and Ricky Rob-
ertson, a pair of two-year letter-
men, will hold down the tackle
slots. B6th gre seniors.
David Langston and Buddy
Boyette will split duties at left
e. nd. Jimmy Davis, will be at the
tisAue r paiiaraid reduce inflammation. Going bacj Ricky Lovett, will be at his
a tle. rtibrwe find that:penicillin... which has GULF COUNTY LADIES' LEAGUE 'quarterback position. Lovett was
S-: prved so necessary to life..has been in use just 19' The results of The Gulf County named Back-of-the-Week by the
S, S.n ty.lt.o.to14y0'rsagothattheantihistamines Ladies Bowling Leagtie's. meeting Tallahassee Democrat for his
; ,. Wednesday October 2Sid were: fine performance against the
Sf PRlr amd you.liadrnacst's shelves. Bearing, ae Amidon's went against the Chattahoochee Yellow Jacketi
these,~4t4 yI In mind,-the ifuturlof prpscrip A.'1N,.. Railroad land took all four two weeks ago.
ti pi discoveries inconceivable to the games. Eula Dickey bowled a 498 Donald Capps who has bee.
Sl n. series arid Verna Burch took high nursing a bruised shoulder and
S. game with a 175. Dot Hamm was Mike Gainnie will open up at
For.t hegqhe~harma6p.uticalstandards, lowprices high for the A. N. Railroad with halfbacks. Gainnie,, a senior,
codiststentwi.,ualityaridthe personal attentionyou. a 138 game and.a 401 series. scored the Sharks' only touch-
; an always dependhupon, bring your prescriptions to Williams Alley Kate won three 'down against Bakter Friday night.
S' and T lost one against Team 7. Mike Burkett rounds out the
S( ) PHARMACY Eleabo'r Williams bowled high Shark backfield at fullback.
game and series with 176 and 475
nih Em iiUfi ST0Eh 'respectively. Evelyn Smith had high
BLZZETIU D.i UV STORE game with a 215 qnd high series Mrs. Barbara Owens to
317 Williams Avenue ": Phone 227-3371 with 548. Host Vitro Wives Club
Drive-lh Window Service Plenty of Free Parking Whitco lost three to The Car- The Vitro Wiv.es Club will meet
pettes and won the third game. Tuesday,'October 15 at the home
SHigh game went to Shirley Whit- of Mrs. Barbara Owens on Long
,.r field with a 169, and high series Avenue.
ChIpola Student- Gov einment Reps wentto Mary Brown with a 438. All members are urged to at-
I .. Hazel Barton, a Carpette, had a tend and wear a Hallowe'en cos-
Will Attend Fall Convention This.Week 410 series Activestume important business will be
WJOE "Radio Actives" lost four discussed.
MARIANA--Nine members of Port St. Joe, Randy Hall of Mar- Ha ond was hig wit. a 388 ser-
the Student Government Assoeia- anna, John Pelham of Graceville, lies an a game. For the Radio ulf Art Association
tion at Chipola Junior. College left Sue Moody' of Chattahoochee, Sim- est an^a3 O game. o rolled a 12 G lf Art eAsSOCatlO
Wednesday for Tieriaa Verde Is- my Garcia of Lakeland, Kay Camp- feor ih oaro Bred Mat72 Will Meet Monday
land nea St. Petersburg to attend bell of DeFunlak Springs, Charlotte ra 43for a high series for The Gulf County Art Associa-
thc Fall Cnvention of the Florida Mulkey of Cottondale and Wendy ...e u.. tio- -3f reet Monda.. nighe f
Junior Co'1ege Stitdei Govern- Hril of Hampton, state SGA trea- S Jo F.rniture tio wime Monday night at
Junior ege Stude Govern il ,ae time is every Wednesday the Health Clinic on Long Avenue
ment Asociation. .nsurer. night at 70 P.M. here in Port St. Joe.
Twenty-six na uor co The meeting will begin at 8:00
leges' wi be p d at- the Gulf,County Men's, Bowiing League pan. and those interested in art
convention, which coneiudes Sat. Glidden continued their winning or painting are invited to attend.
urdayj Ontthe, agenda ijsIa series lMrls. Gardner IS ways holdg onto first place by
of workshops designed ,to help downing Vitro I. It was Glidden
SGA officials plan i trh ltie" and n Honors LiSt four and Vitr. nothing. Tal Pres cout m e
proj _. 9 .their. ome .campuses. ton shared' fegue honors with two Boy COu NeWS
AeeompanyinThe group is John I others, 'with a 530 series. Joe Da- .
Synco, Chipola's director of stu- PENSACOLA, Mrs. Wanda 'vis, had a 207 game. and 529 ser- Troop. 47 qf Port St. Joe Boy
dent activities. SGA members nak- .Jean Gardner of 621 Woodward in ies. Rankin Morris had a 224 game Scouts had a meeting last Mon-
ng the tip, are; Port St. 'Joe is one of 75 students for ,eague high and a 524 series. day. night. Jimn McNeill passed
-Pres --eRichard--inson.. at The University of West Florida Danny Maddox washigh for Vitro off his Flag History TheScouts
Mareient Robeart son whose high grades qualified them I with a475. Millwrights held on also had an activity period play-
an Jy r., "o for the summer quarter. Presidents to second place by downing Vitro ing the game 'steal the bacon".
Honors List with a 475. Next week Don Jernigan will
University students having grade Millwrights held on to second have Scout craft and Dr. King
Girl ScOUtS~ leCt I point averages of 3.60 to 4.00 place by downing Vitro n. ,It was will think up a game.
N W Patrol Le "aders covering the range from a high three games for the Millwrights Troop Scribe
1B plus to an A average are list- and one for Vitro II. Roberts was
L ed on the Presidents Honors List, high for the.Millwrights with a 527. CARD 'OF THANKS
SLast week, .Girl Scout Troop 47; and 'high B students with 3.20 to For Vitro II, Izzy Owens paced the CARD -OF THANKS
elected patrol leaders at their 3.59 grade point averages make up lot with a 530. We wish to take this method of
meeting Tuesday, October I at the the Provost Honors tisct. To be In third place Is Wonder Bar offering our heart-felt thanks to all
Stac House. They were Joni Shores, eligible for either a student must. who beat Campbell's Raiders. Won- of the wonderful people of this
for Patrol No'. 1; Gail Kirkland .have been enrolled for at least I .der Bar posted three games while area who were so kind and thought-
SenFolled for at least 12 der Bar posted three games while at the illss and death of o
for 'Patrol No.' 3 and Nan Parker quarter hours of credit during the the Raiders salvaged one. Tommy ful at the U lness and death of olr
,for Patrol No. 4. Mrp. Joe Parrott summer quarter Baker put together a 201 and 204 loved on-, Mrs. Sarah Alice Nance.
served delicious refreshments be- 'The new uppr-divi'ion univer. for a 530 series. Allen Humphrey, We especially appreciated the
fore the nneting.vSome of the girls s stati i se y r af 53 sei fen C h e flowers, food, cards and many acts
tookrt eeeting.aSomentsheow sityisstarting its second year of rolled a 200 game for Campbell's, of kindness shown us during this
took part in a talentshow. operation. UWF offers work on the B. J. Richards' led with the Raiders tineof grief and sorrow.
Girl Scout Troop 47 met Tues- junior and seniorlevels and is part with a 479. NtnBoort e f amsLorrw
day of this week at the Stac House. of the state university system of Florida First National Bank fore. The Family ofR A I A
Mrs.,Clio Atkson was in charge of lor. The campus, 10 miles from closed on 13 Mile Oyster Company
refreshments this week. Plans were Flo. 10 miles from three games to one. Bill Grape
made to make dried flower ar. down town Pensacola, occupies a led the Bankers with a 503 series. MRS. MARTIN VISITS.
rangements soon. 11,000 acre $17 million site. Wayne Ward caught a 507. Mrs. Maude Martin of Chesa-
peake. Va.. is visiting friends in
October 13 Begins Observance of
National School Lunch Room Week
The week beginning October food. Labbr hbn ibtn-food items Then vegetables are opened up
13th has been designated as Na-.' er. $00,% 38,73. And put into the steW.
tional School Lunch Week. During t during the T67-68 school year The mess is finally cleared away
this week the schools try to tell C td nty ivas given 86,650 lbs The counter's set and ready
the public about some of the bene- of governfnent commodities valu- We've manned our stations, every-
fits derived from the lunch pro- ed a o,036.46. In addition to' one
grams. Parents are invited to visit this he Federal Government reim- Her&,come the kids, now steady.
-thgras.h Kids come noisily down the line
their schools and to eat in the birsed the schools about $30,000.00 Kds come oisily down the line
lunchrooms in order to see for for lunches and special milk. Taking things in their stride.
themselves the type of meals serv- TheGulf County school lunch Then eat and take their dishes out
themsed daily to the typhldren..f meals The Glf County school lunch To be scraped, stacked, washed and
ed daily to their children. ar is personnel are trying to do a good To be scdried. stacked, washed and
the same in all schopls as last year job in preparing meals for the There are dishes, on the tables,
the same in all shops as last year children in their schools. The fol- Dishes in the sink
although food costs are continuing l l Dishes in the sink
to climb. All lunchrooms are serv- lowing poem, written by a lunch Dishes everywhere and look,
ing a balanced meal daily, suffici- worker in Sarasota Coun, is also No time to stop and think.
ent for one third of a day's food rooms in Gulf County and of the Pots and pans pile up
needs for any child.r capable people wf County and of them. Just waiting for the hands
About 75 or 80 percent of our capable people who run Of many lunchroom workers
children .eat in the lunchrooms THE LUNCHROOM WORKER To wash them spic and span.
daily but we realize that this per- 7:00 A.M. and all is still Now the kids have left the lunch-
centage should be higher. In our The day dlooms bright ahead, room
neighboring county north of us 92 But now's the time to get to work Things just seem to fall in place
percent of the children eat in the The children must be fed. Once more the kitchen's shining
lunchrooms. Soon one hears the noises Ready for the next day's hectic
During the 1967-68 school year Of the busy kitchen crew pace '
124,258,328 Type A lunches were As they go about their daily work pace!
eaten by 690,324 Florida students. Of p ieparing the days menu. Written by. .
Of this number 16,337,401 were There's meat to cook and rolls Mrs. Hazel Luscombe
eaten by 90,763 economically needy to make Alta Vista Elementary
students. Total expenditures for Desserts and salads, too. Sarasota County
Junior College Students
MARIANNA, Florida Eleven
Chipola Junior College journalists
traveled to Panama City Thurs-
day (Oct. 3) to take part in a Gulf
Coast Junior College sponsored
Communications Conference. The
day-long conference was highlight-
ed by appearances of leading Flor-
ida journalism and communications
figures, who gave their time and
services at no cost.
Among the foremost program
participants was Dr. John Paul
Jones, dean of Journalism and
Communications at the University
Florida. Other outstanding journa-
lists were Dr. Royal H. Ray, head of
Advertising and Public Relations
at Florida State University, and a
colleague, Dr. H. L. McClinton, vi-
siting lecturer of the same depart-
Chipola students in attendance
,included Jerry Swan of Port St
Flanders Retires After
20 Years With C. G.
Chief Boatswains Mate Leonard
Flanders, stationed at Cape San
Blas Loran Station until late last
year, retired from the Coast Guard
in Morgan City, Louisiana last
month. Flanders had 20 years ser-
vice with the Coast Guard.
At the time of his retirement,
mie oast uuara omcer was com- beans, potato sticks, Ritz crack-
mander of the Cutter "Point Look- ers, orange Jell-o, white bread,
out", berthed in Morgan City. butter and milk.
October "Charter Month" for WSCS
The month of October is signifi- Society. of Christian Seivice and
cant in the beginning history of the Wesleyan Service Guild are
United Methodism. October being placing emphasis upon member'
"Charter Month", the Women's ship, in the earnest hope that ev-
, ery woman in the church will ae-
,-p oi. ,oM en uu cept a place of service in one of
Catmhoic Women Will these groups.
SD The high point of the activities
Meet In PUnamu City of this month will be the joint cel-
ebration of "Charter Night", Mon-
The fall meeting of the Central day evening, October 28, in the
Deaner Diocesan Council of Chapel. This promises. to be an
Catholi Women will be held .in exciting event, and Mrs. Herman
Panama City, Fla, on Thursday Dean, president of the Women's
Oct. 3 at the Four Winds City S9ciety of Christian Service, and
Marina. Mrs. James Harrison, president of
Attending from Port St. Joe will the Wesleyan Service Guild,
be Reverend William Crowe, Mrs. strongly urge all the women of
George Tapper and Mrs. Charles the church to attend this special
P. Lowery. meeting and, to sign the charter
..._4__ of the new' society or guild.,
.Lunch Room Menu Wallace Headquarters
Open in Port St. Joe
"Wallace for President" head-
quarters is open now in down-
town Port St. Joe, according to
Cecil Hewett, Gulf County coor-
The headquarters is open from
1 to 5 p.m. daily. The phone
number is 229-6108.
Scott's Brother Drowns
Word was received early yes-
terday morning that a brother of' -
C. Alien Scott, assistant principal
at Port St. Joe High School, had
apparentlyy drowned'after falling
out of a fishing boat near Mo-
' No details of the accident
viere available yesterday at press
"Everybody Reads 'em" I
FOR SALE: House. 3 bedrooms, 2 FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs WANTED: 2 or 3 bedroom house,
baths, 2 carports, central heat. apartment. Available Oct. 10. unfurnished. Call 227-2181. tf-3.
ing, 2 acres land. Has to be seen 1505 Monument Ave. Phone 227- --
tomg 2 acres lasted. Hasone 648-3332 8346. tf-10-10 FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
or 229-2061. t4-3O FOR SALE: 1961 Chevrolet engine, cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley,
or 2292061. t cylinder ad accessories plus 229-6100 after 5 p.m. 1109 Mon-
FOR SALE: -3 bedroom frame transmission (manual). All for $150 ument Ave. tfc-9-26.
home, 14 b:.th:, separate dining, 227-4611. Bob Ellzey.
living room, 'large kitchen, knotty
pine walls' hrogout, 2 large FOR SALE: Maroon 1965 Mustang. NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
screened' orches, fenced in back 3-speed, 6 cylinder, excellent con- Apalachicola, Florida
yard Equity an payments or re- edition. Call 227-5056' after 5 p.m. Fri., Sat., Oct. 11 and 12 -
fnance. 125 Hunter .Circle. 227- tfe-9-19 2 BIG SHOWS -
5577. tfc-3-14 FOR SALE: Office desk, and swi- Frank Sinatra in
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home 2 vel chair. Solid oak, 60x34 inch. "THE DETECTIVE"
baFORths, ving room, dingroom Disappearing typewriter shelf. Al- Rod Steiger in
kitchen, carport, screenedfrnt so Clark heavy duty floor scrubber "GIRL and the GENERAL"
porch breezeway, 3 large lots. St. and polished. Phone 229-2482. tfe Coming Soon -
Joe Beach, Gulf Street. Rt. 3, Box FOR SALE: Used lumber. 2x12x14, "RENFRO VALLEY BARN
36. 2tp--o 2x10x14, 2x8 from 10 to 17 feet, DANCE"
4x4x8. A bargain. 416 First Street,
FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom Highland View. 2tp-10-10
house. 2 baths, hardwood floors, --- I
built-in kitchen. Contact 227-8828 FOR SALE: Used automatic wash. PIANOS
or 639-2231. 2tp-9-26 ing machine and Beckwith pi-
ano. Phone 648-6200. tfc-9-5 Rent a Baldwin Piano
FOR SALE: Travel trailer and 60x )MLY $2.50 PER WEEK
130 lot at Howard's Creek. May FOR SALE: At a bargain. Good All money applied to purchase
be bought together or separately. used lumber. 2x12s, 2x8s, 4x4s,
Call 229-4356 or 229-4556. 2tc-3 wallboard. At about half price. In C i H PIANO
S- front of boat landing at 416 First Ia 4s83J 811 Hatrises
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom Street, Highland View. 2tc-9-26 ame C Florida5
attractively furnished a p a rt. Psame City, Florida
tU--. L.r t f l 1- I nS I mmT "raom in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They must be seen to be apprec-
iated Also NICE TRAILER PARK
ING SPACE. Phone 229.M2410, Wimi-
co Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park. White City.' tfc-10-12
FOR RENT: St, Joe Beach. 2 bed-
room furnished house. $65.00 per
month. Phone 229-3762. tfc-10-10
Port St. Joe. FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
oKLAHOMA __VS ____ Troom apartment. Phone 227-7431
OLHM after 5 p.m. tfc-10-10
d sTs R es o FOR RENT: Large two bedroom
Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. Rheese of furnished waterfront home on
Tulsa, Oklahoma are here. for an St. Joe Beach. Rent by .day or
extended visit with Mrs. Rheese's week. Phone 229-11431 tfc-10-10
brothers and families, Mr. and Mrs. FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
Ed Ramsey and Mr. and Mrs. Wes- house with fenced yard, screen
ley Ramsey.. porch, closed garage, living room
___. and dining area carpeted. Automa-
tic heat. Part of house air condi-
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT tioned. Phone 227-8536 after 5:00
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKnight p.m.
of Orlando announce the birth pf' FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-'
a daughter, Jennifer Leigh on Oc-I room 'cottage on St. Joe Beach.
toJber 8. Grandparents are Mr: and Rea.sonable rates. Call 227-3491 or
Mrs. Harry McKnight. 22_7-8496, tfc-5-23
'FOR RENT: Large unfurnished 2
I bedroom house. Nice neighbor-
hood. Fenced back yard, automatic
heat, attic fan. Phone 227-8536. af-
ter 5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Wareh ouse space and
storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co.
Phone 227-4271. tfc-6-8
FOR RENT: Two 'bedroom house
at Beacon Hill. Well equipped
for year round living. Phone JeanI
Arnold 648-4800. tc-9-12
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom nicely fur-
nished house at St. Joe Beach.
Call 227-431. tfe-9-26
See GARLAND DUNLAP at
Cowart Motor Co.
301 Monument Avenue
- ePort St. Joe
FOR CHAIN UNK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials
Luw down 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., FLI-100-765. 2tp-9-26
GOOD SELECTION of used TVs.
Arnold's Furnitur k V. 323
Reid Ave. tc 2-29
AMBULANCE SERVICE I
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe'
Comforter Funeral Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla,
Call 2294986 for Free Estimate
HEATH RADIO and
4tp Oak Grove 2-1
All work guaranteed
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
11g second and fourth Tuesday
nights. 8:00 p.m. Ainmr.can Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com. '
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M:, every first
and ihird Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L BURGE, Secretary
JAMES HORTON, W. M. .e
*Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, October 14'
No school evaluation day.
Tuesday, October 15
Pork and gravy, buttered rice,
mustard greens, raisin and carrot
salad, hot biscuit, butter, syrup
Wednesday, October 16
Turkey and dressing with giblet
gravy, snap beans, cabbage slaw,
raspberry apple sauce, white
bread, butter and milk.
Thursday, October 17
Hamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoeS, onions and dills,
blueberry pie, butter and milk.
Friday, October 18
Chicken salad, green butter
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