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"Port St' Joe- The Outlet Port for the Apilachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
S PORT ST. JOEFLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY,. SeptemDer 2, iv16
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'resonse to the man e I ds g bout t pro-
ieatre for Port St. Jo fa. offer the follow-
i'. Jaycees contacted 'a ai' who was .interested' in
'theatre here. They- tlen, lok.Ad. fbot and found
to build the. buildiiig. 'At several nieetings
"' p .ties, they agreed ,upon,,tlh location, sike of
d,ad other necessary it6lhs,.. n As-the matter
sed, the '1pcl .man became unabl '.to 'urniSh the
iW"'.. ', ,:.. ,' : .
not, givqe up They conted a vend-.
S;any it at id p At gave infbhatlpn.as
| to commu t ,itj,'s e c6li p6pilatio and
mesI aJT o ,al i:ai'*ey.' re re native has for-
wded~te information to two theatre companies., The
y .Ja yees are now awaiting results from 'this contact
The, Jaycees offer their assurances that they have not
given up on. this project and wili cbntflue to work for the
construction of a theatre here.'
ieaycees say that if they had somLinterested. party -
--!t.-a liBilding, t Iey feel ure their.. signal con-
is ..at .idy, to' install the equpment and f9r bigs.
. . ". -
The. City, Commission had in-
thrduced at- its TueSday night
ii)eeting, ordinances yhich will
increase the water And sewer,
and garbage rates collected, for
these serVices by the 'ity."
Utilities Conmissioner Bob
Fox pointed out that a* increase
has been necessary for some
time since these services have
rqn "in ,the red"- for several
years and must ,be subsidizedi by "
ad'valorem. tax money' to mAin-
tain services. Fpx said" the con-
tinual deficit was on operations
only and did not include capi-
tal improvements to the systems.
- City Auditor and ClerK C. W.
Brock reported, to the Board that
'during the fiscal year, 1965-66
the water and sewer department
Need for Increase
lost $12,381 and the garbage de-
partment, $14,533. In "66-'67
water. and sewert had a deficit of
1$16,514 and 'garbage service
$14,026. Anticipated deficits for
the current fiscal year amount
to $15,141 for thbe water and sew-
er department And $16,044' for
the garbage department. "This is
nothing new," said Brock, "The
departments have always ,oper-
ated 'at 'deficits ,or just barely
PROPOSED I CREASES
The new ordirknces introduc-
ed Tuesday night for the first
reading' would increase garbage
collection services for single
family dwellings -from $1.00 to
$2.00 per. month.- Multiple fam-
ily dwellings would be charged
Commission for this purpose.
',The committee presented its re-
port last month.
On receiving the certificate,
Tapper said, "I don't receive this
plaque on behalf of George Tap-
per but on behalf, of the entire
committee made up of iepresen-
tatives of every civic clib in the
The. City' 'received bids Tues-
day night on petroleum, products,
tires and insurance needs of the
City for the coming- year.
J. Lamar Miller, Agent, Stan-
dard Oil Company was awarded
the bid for petroleum products.
Marvin's Standard Service Sta-
tion was awarded the city's tire
purchases for the coming year.
Hannon Insurance Agency will
be the City's insurance carrier
for the next two years. The City
learned that it had a three year
price on its last insurance bid.
and since rates have increased
since last year, decided to exer-
cise the threo year premium to
realize the savings from rate in-
Commissioner Tom Coldewey
announced that the City had re-
ceived. a letter of appreciation
,from the City of Wewahitchka
for the loan of a fire pumper
while the Wewahitchka was be-
ing overhauled at the factory.
,,. ., -, ,- ...- $2.00 per unit. Business estab-
S.... .... """ "" '' .'" ....... -" lishnients will Te increased fronj
coilessions Are Btefuted y so.p
e c.,) from $5.00 to $6.00 and
super markets from $12.00 to
Principles In 'Murder Case supr'kesre$
e 1,-.M urder -Case ..Increases, in' thbe -water and
S"' ; \ sewer department are composed
Thl hear poreset'p under- bours' of '~iesti0ning, threats, ibg. Tuesday Adas suid,'that he of a $1.00 increase in the asic
Sway n the ulf- CoU iy Cort4r.U and because.an offle et"'slapped was in the restrqpm at'ithe ser- water bill fro $200 to $3.00
..... and an inrease'in the sewer rate
house, to deerhi nether or: -m on the side of the head a cou- vice staffon where the two slain from 30an of the water ll t
* iot Wilbert Lee-or!* idile Pittg ple of ties with,a blackjack". men were, and saw the', egroes rom 30 e wae
get another.'trial:.' for Ihe mur- .Mnay, M-Sgt Bruce take the away in aar just 4 te ordinances are approv-
dc of tw n Port *aree m pM nday,, I o', t-th be oIll
. ter p t Pdit said tiht he, hadtried to rbeo the killing. est. d at the October, 15 meeting of
963 took an e x, and se ttsse.er times after the ony had nevertenoa roughtrd he new billing rate
p, ted turn this ek., .ar t wMas made because Pitts out .before.will take effect ith the Noven-
S ottli the. accused Curfis the py' and he,.Potts ..-Today, Willa M E Lee .i rt her 1 bllin
a.mAs, Jr., w as sce n- for e A Sy. t Jo.e is scheduled to ethe RTIFiATE
e fSsed the 0oblenu4-er, have t d tried for several' stand. It was the Lee 6tS-i ,Mayor Frak Pike presented a
-thaged Th '..oue. ori gst,;ris;.. a ,. see "itft and finally testimony that convicted e tw Certifieate -of'Af-.:~datiiin to
-,,- the 1963 trial to .ed sae frt d ffetft.e.ion. Negr i the first plape. She Georg 6. Ta per' fMr -the work
e.an' coeo .to en was give P 's fd.be is being held it protective cus- acco wished 'the i re* t om.-
.Qover FIdyd and J BEurkett ewas being iven the run-- tody in the Gulf County ail af- mittee "on recreational planning
i:the early mormig hours ,on i ter reeeivipg "threats from the which was appointed by the
A Ord1. fo siein a tmurer aid that he believed that black o.b". --
in oRrIIrdfoirha'simulamurder .o .e e ...
in 'South Florida tolc ia Pitts had beep beaten. "I ekn6w The hearing is a direct result C
newspaper reporter an' a pol- h'ow a "'man looks who aha been of investigation by Miami Herald Rev. Dom Wonm ck
graph operator that b i beaten", he said. .reporter. Gene Miller and, poly-
the two in Glf ount "" Curtis Adams also took the graph expert Waraen 'Holmes of Services Starting S1
!n, testimony Tuesday" _eel tL- stand Tuesday and denied' his M I .
tiffed that. #e. did not ill t e former eonfepsion. Adams said Circuit JVudge Chatles Holley
two. He said his testimbniy was he was put in a-cell with 16 men .of Clearwater is hearing the case Revival services wll begin im
made6 under: the dures loflg w6 hen 'he confessed 'to the slay- for ai retrial. the First Baptist. Church here
Sharks ittk Wewa's Gators, 2
Seaso pener Here Lst Frid
The Port. St. Joe Sharks over- Wa atihe end of the l alf, how- ed across a- toueaown from
came a .first hal "fibUtisa? o ever. Itvecostly fumbles in the' thiee yards out t a 'pass' from
) Friday nigh' to defeat the We- first haMf had stalled five Shark "Pattersoa Ito abnes. A second,
.aitc-& Gators in the Shacks-,. drives and the Gators were- able-.. fumble a short tHB later gave
-season opener. The 'Sharks took to 'ie 'a it an,'8-7 edge at the: -the Gators-the baRo-nthe four
k'a 25-8 victory into the dressing rest peiiod. '. #. yard- ,ne I ,f. ShMarks held
roomm witlth mw at the-gam n 'Earlyr -in the iaedt: quarter, and tw" .~.iy later; quarterback
:[eh .... "' i a '3ter ti ~"erg one of the' Ricky Lovett was tacled in-the
Things didn't Iok 'quite so Shaik Enn lles, the Gators push- end zone trying to get off a pass
Shark halfback Donald Capps is running low
with his eye'on the goal line in this photo taken'
early in the second half as Capps scored the
Sharks second -touchdown. The Gators Phillip
Dean has Capps around the leg, but the half-'
back pulled loose and went on to score. In block-
ing position is Buddy Boyette, number 80.
y.e' Fran'," 'e. I- '.
Mayor Prank Pate. presents a certificate of planning comq itIl ong. on at the presenta.
appreciation to George G. Tapper expressing the tion are Bob FK n Codlewey, Bob Holland,
City'k thanks for the work o, 'bis recreational Charles Brock, I. e idle# and Silas. R. Stone.
Speaking At Revival
tnday at First Baptist
in Port St. Joe Sunday and will
continue though the following
Sunday, according to the pastor,
Rev. C. Byron Smith.
Special services .will ',e held
In at 7:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m; daily
5 -8 Iand at the regular service times
I, S\' fRev. Don Womaik, Staff Evan-
a y i g gelist at the Second Baptist
Church of Memphis, Tennessee,
will be the guest speaker. Song
for a Gator safety. services will be under the direc-
Midway in the second .perid, tion of Jim Lancaster of Tam-
the Sharks started on their own ga.
30 yapi line. Lovett haweif a Everyone is issued a cordial
pass to halfback Donald' CappW invitation to attend the services
wA& went to the Wewahitchka 40. by the church membership. Nur-
The neat play was a mtlr Pass sery facilities will be provided
to David Langston who stepped for small children.
over the goal for the Sharks first ____
score. Ricky Robertson made
Early in the third period Lang- Sportsmen's Club Will
ston hauled in another long'pase ecue
at the Gator eight yard line. Don- .at Barbecue Saturday
aid Capps ran through a host of
Gator defenders to get the score. The Gulf County Sportsmen's
Late'in the third quarter, Bud- Club will meet Saturday night of
dy Boyette' intercepted a Gator this week at a ladies' night and
pass to put the Sharks in scoring dinner meeting to be held at the
position again. Lovett passed to REA Building in Wewahitchka.
Langston on the seven and then James Henry Chason reports
'took the ball over on a keeper that a barbecue supper will be
play- served to all in attendance.
Lovett again took the ball over and p r o s petive
the goal just a few minutes later Members and pros pective
on a pass play from reserve quar- members oth Club ar nvit-
terback Chuck Roberts. ed to attend
St. Joe Wewa
First downs ---- 17 6 John Robert Smith's
Rushing yardage ... 169' 52
Passing yardage --- 201 21 Off On Month-Long Trip
Passes attempted 16 10
Passes completed 8 3 r and, Mrs. John Robert
Intercepted by .-- 1 0 Smith are taking a month long
Punts ---------- 1 7 tour of the Western states.
Punting average 30 34
Fumbles lost -- 7 1 4 ,Smith, owner of Smith's Phar-
Yards penalized 79 86 macy, has secured the services of
James Carswell, Jr., a graduate
Chattahoochee Tomorrow of the Auburn University School
The Sharks will go for their of Pharmacy, to'operate the pre-
second of the season tomorrow scription department of his lo-
night here in Port St. Joe cal pharmacy. Carswell's father
against the Chattahoochee Yel- owns Carswell Drugs in Panama
low Jackets. City.
Survives Deep Freeze
Blake Thomasson of Dixie Seafood Company is holding a spider
crab. What's so odd about that? Well, this particular crab happened
to have spent 11 months frozen in a bunch of mullet at 20 degrees
below zero. When the mullet and the crab were thawed out, thew.
crab was still alive. -Star photo .
B. B. Scisson Will Compare Gulf County Schools
With Others In Opening PTA Meeting Tonight
W. L. Altstaetter, president of
the Port St. Joe High School
PTA stated that the first pro-
gram of the year will be entitled
"Comparative Program". The:
meeting dates for the school
year are as follows, with each'
meeting starting at 8:00 p.m.:
September 26 (tonight), October
24, February 27, March 27 and
The program this evening will
be presented by B. B. Scisson,
formerly of Port St. Joe and now
General Consultant on Education>+
for the State Department of Ed-
ucation in Tallahassee. "Compar-
ative Program" will compare the
curriculum of Port St. Joe High
with other high schools of the
state. Bill Brown, First Vice ,
President, is program chairman.
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'14 STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, September 1968
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TA 'ad-y calledd usthq other day and was upset over
the fact-that ;the annual PTA Hallowe'en Carnival stood
., very good .cpnce of not being. presented this, year.
eT .lady, who said lsh had lived here for three years, was,
set because 'in, er observation this carnival was the
only thing that se-emed to pull the adults and youths to-
.gether in our town"'.
Tis.is i pretty dtift iiidictment of our community.
Is this 'really the dnly thing that happens during the
;year that pulls our people of all ages together? We should
'- take a long hard look at this. It will take a searching ex-
f'MiiiAtidon, sifice, lik with bad breath, the ones involved
riil be the last to lniow.
If the lady's claim,is true, we should be ashamed of
ourselves. Not.so much because maybe the carnival will
be dropped, but because our "togetherness" hangs by such
a tender thread.
It is; quite evident that our people'do not pull together
as .they do in. most small cities., As a "for instance", we
4ill cite you the cities of Wewahitchka aid Apalachicola.
TNse are communities smaller than ours, but they work
as one when it means something to their community. We
A Matter of
The more we thought about the implications. of for-
mer baseball great Jackie Reobinson, printed here last week,
the more concerned we became:.
We are now, more thai ever;" convindd" that Negro
(and white) racists are not. good for our country. We
let our lower jaw hang open in amazement when we saw
Robinson's pronouncement that he "was.a Negro first, an
American second and politician third". But however
out of context and order. q..importance, Robinson's des-
criptions of his loyalty ..*-e have to apply the same stig-
ma to some whites. aome. are whites first, Americans
ts,'.'lf.f ts's probably what is wrong with
I .'.imore than any other thing.
,'-4,'enork' and news services have given
Pi .uch p 9-B -',the ratings and ravings of the
S'' 4'd. dnobs" in its rtrue context)
four day. These services
a' t a te t ,.', .f^ tage that they are champioh-
ht th&e image of !. fi'int of our country. a
segment the mobs are trydhg to convince us as bwing the
The Port'St. Joe Jaycees approved a Resolution last
week that is joinimgma groundswell of concern.for the evi-
dently:fogotten "Pueblo" now being held by North Ko-'
rea, alemg With its crew.
The Florida Jaycees have begun a campaign of "Re-
member the Pueblo" and the Port St. Joe Jaycees have
joined in this campaign. /
I ; An article we read the other day may give some light
on just how completely the "Pueblo" is being swept under
The heroine- of the story is Jean Hemphill, She is the
'wife of It. Cmdr. Alazi Hemphill, a close friend of Cmdr.
Bucher since 1962 when Bucher served as Hemphill's exec-
Sutive officer aboard a submarine.
The Hemphills took Mrs. Bucher into their home, for
comfort and companionship. At Mrs. Bucher's request
they sorted her mail and monitored her phone calls. That
brief background will permit you to appreciate to the full-
est what Mrs. Hemphill told an audience recently:
'! "The State Department has announced that the Pres-
ident-write to Mis. Bucher immediately," she relates.
"That is not correct.
"After one month with no communication at all, Mrs.
Bucher initiated correspondence with the President, and
received a letter in return.
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe. Florida,
I, By The Star Publishing Company
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Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 308 PiiONE 227-3161
,Por ST. JOE, FLORIDA M32456
Entered as eond-elass matter. December 16, 1987, at the Postoffioe, Port St. Joe
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCMFPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR. $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., 12730
OUT OF COUNTY One Year. 64.00 OUT OF U. 8. V- One Year, 65M0
TO ADVERTISERS--4n case of error or ommisnlons in advertleemente, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for each
S .~The spoken word to given scant attento p.- the printed word is thoughtnlly
weighed. The epoken word barely assers; te printed word thoroughr con-
Vince. The *pokea word lI lost; the printed word remain. /
"In February it was announced 'that the
woull be tried as spies. Alarmed that this wo
cution, Mrs. Bucher placed A phone call to
She could only speak to a White House aid
"In June, when Mrs. Bucher called the
ment for; information, a representative of tU
said to her, -' don't know why I am bother v
are harassing me!"
"That was' the treatment given to the w
Commander, a woman almost out of her mi
and anxiety .'. ., ,
"If a fifth-rate, outlaw nation can so hun
try, the greatest on earth, then what nation
d 'the same? What Navy'ship can feel secui
"Half of the captured men from the "Pt
der 21 years of age. They are boys. Their pai
others and sisters are suffering right along v
cher, and with me and my.husband '
Thus speaks Jean Hemphill. And the ima
Department says; "I lon't know why I am I
you! You: are harassing me." ;,
Your reaction to that is todays editorial
cite you Panama City, a city larger than ours it pulls
together as a single person on things that will benefit the
Maybe it is our youth as a growing city.- less than
40 years and the preponderance of those having their
roots still buried in other communities. Whatever the
cause, it is still very evident that we fail to pull together
in' the big and little things that will cause our community
to be welded together as a unit, working for-the better-
ment of the community. We are too quick to suspiciously
cast an examining eye at who will benefit directly from
anything that's done and if we don't particularly like -that
person, we throw a monkey wrenchinto the works.
W :- f ic J vim o---J 961- v- AM31 E
w, e t ni it is time we uor'get about 'now we did ,it
back home", or begrudging someone benefitting immedi- PLETKU, VIETNAM (AHTNC)
Joseph A. Glass, son of Cecil E.
ately 9on some project or other. When someone benefits Glass, Wewahitchka, was promoted
in our, community, everyone benefits. This is "home"- to Army platoon sergeant and as-
now, and until we decide to hide our petty differences and signed to the 4th Infantry Division
cooperate to make it a better place to live it will never in Vietnam, August 30.
be a better place to live. Sgt. Glass, assigned to Company
SD of the division's 4th Engineer
Don't blame "this dull place". iYou live here now, and Battalion near Pleiku, entered the
you helped make it the way it is .or the'way it will Ariny in June 1954, and completed
become. basic training at Ft. Jackson, S. C.
The sergeant acquired his high
S... .. ... school 'education through the Gen-
S, eral Education Development test.
r ior T
youth of our land.
The youthful mobs are trying to convince us that
. they represent all youth. The wire services and television
are doing their best to give voice to this false claim. The
youthful, unwashed mobs are trying to convey the mes-
sage that the country will go to pot if their demands and.
desires (if anybody knows what these demands and de-
sires are) will be ignored.,
The point is, the mobs are trying to convince us that
they have the interest of the nation at heart when in real-
ity they ate saying the same thing that Robinson said
S. "I want this country remolded to fit my desires", re-
gardless of what it does to the nation. So, in. effect, it.
our opinion that the mobs are saying, 'My desires first,
i my country next ..."
.At least Robinson had the intestinal- fortitude to come
out and flatly state his feelings of what as most import-,
ant to him even though we thinkriis priority of im-
portance was entirely wrong.
'.In the areas Robinson touched
should be first hands down.
the Communist Party has oper-
ated under different names. In
this article the Communist Party
will be referred to by the fol-
lowing names: Communist Party
of America Sept. 1919 to Apr. 19-
23; Communist Labor Party of
America Sept. 1919 to May 1920;)
United Communist Party of,
America May 1920 tqdMay 1921;
Workers Party of America, Dec.
1921 to ,Aug.' 1925; ,Workers
(Communist) Party of America,
Aug. 1925 to Mar., 1929;, Com-
munist Political Association,
May 1944 to July 1945; Com-,
muinist Party of the U.SA., JSily
1945 to present.
During the Communist Party
Convention a committee was ap-
pointed to formulate a program.
A Manifesto, program and Con-
stitution were adopted. (Follow-
ing are pertinent parts of the
Communist Party Problems
Sour country' There is a more vital tendency,'
the tendency of the workers to
..... start mass strikes-strikes which
are equally a revolt against the
bureaucracy, of the unions, and
S. -, the capitalists. The Communist
Party will endeavor to broaden
/ I and deepen these strikes making
h ethm 'general and militant. de-
captured men veloping the general political
)uld mean exe- 'strike. '
the President. The Communist Party accents:
e. as the basis of its action ,the.
State Depart- mass struggles of the proletar-
ie department iat, engaging directly in these
it you Yu struggles and emphasizing their
with-you! You revolutionary implications.
S, : Political Action
ife of a Navy The proletarian class struggle
nd with shock is essentially politicall struggle
:. .: 1It is a political struggle in the"
mble our coun- sense that its' objective is poQl
nnot try ., to ical overthrow of the poll-
cannot try tical organizations .. and iri-,,
re? producing proletarian state pow-
pueblo" are un-
rents and bro-
with Rose' Bu--
n at the State
The Rise of
Communism In U.S.A.
By ARTHUR W. McFADDEIN
The Com0munipt Party Conven- and the work of the convention
tion opened 'n Chicaggo on Sep- proceeded. :
tember 1, 1919. Louis C. Fraina From that 'time, until present,
was elected temporary chairman although the same organization,
It was with great appreciation that I re-
ceived the report of the municipal election on Tues-
day, September 10 and learned that you' had gra-
ciously returned me to another term as your City
I will lo my best to merit your confidence
and will strive to make Port St. Joe an even bet-
ter place in which to live and work.
Robert L'Bob" Holland
Communism does not propose
to "capture" the bourgeoisie
parliamentary state, but,'to co-.
"quer and destroy it.
u The' conquest of the power of
the state 'is accomplished by
mass power of the proletaHiat.
Political mass strikes. are a vi-
tal factor in developing the mass
power.- The power of the prole-
tariat lies fundamentally in its
control of the industrial process.
Unionism and Mass Action
Mass action is industrial in its
origin, but .it acquires political
character as it develops fuller,
forms. Mass action, in the form
of general political' strikes and.
'demonstrations, unites the ener-
gy of the forces of the proletar-
iat, brings proletariat mass pres-
sure upon the bourgeois state.
The industrial union' may be-
'come the starting point of the
Communist reconstruction of so-
Dictqtorship of the
dustry, introduced by the
dustry, introduced by the
, tarian dictatorship, there
ops the complete structure of
Communist Socialism indus-
trial self-government of the com-
munistically organized produc-
The Communist International
It is not-a problem of immed-
iate revolution. The revolution-
ary epoch may last for years, and
'tens-of years. The Communist In-
ternational offers a program
both immediate and ultimate in
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
-Three Gulf Students
Graduate At FSU
STALLAHASSEE, Sept. 20- Flor-
4ida State University announced to-
day the names of 865 students com-
pleting requirements for 'degrees
during the quarterr ending in Au-
? Diplomas began going out Mon-
day, Sept." 16, to, 452 students com-
pleting work on a bachelor's de-,
gree; 349 on. a master's; and 64 on
Among. those receiving degrees
were Kenneth E. Dykes of Port St.
Joe, B. S. in Social Welfare, Betty
Taunton Bidwell of Wewahitchka,
M. S, in Education and Carolyn
Sue Lister of Wewahitchka, M. S.
Wewa Man Gets
Promotion In :Vietnam
scope. capitalism. Its aim is to direct
The old order is in decay. Ci-, this, struggle to the conquest of
vilization is in collapse. The '-the political power.
workers must prepare for the The Communist Party prepares
proletarian revolution and the itself for the revolution in the
Communist reconstruction of so- measure that it develops a pro-
ciety. gram of immediate action, ex.
The Program of the Party pressing the mass struggles c
The Communist' Party is the the proletariat. These struggled1
conscious expression of the class must be inspired with the revo-
struggle of the workers against lutionary spirit and purpose.
Ask Two 1
Remember The Wht?
A City of Port St. Joe Occupational
Licenses will expire September 30,
1968, and must be renewed on or
before October 31, 1968. All lic-
enses rot renewed before November
1, 1968, shafl be delinquent and sub-
ject to a fifteen percent penalty in
addition to the standard license fee.
C W. WBrock
City Auditor andClerk
You never, appreciate anything until you lose the use of it;
do you? About four. years ago, we purchased a new type setting
machine to set our larger ,type on, and do away with the laborious,
slow method offhand setting type. And it also gave us newtype for
everything and did away with the niclied and worn hand set type
which we needed to replace. .
Last Monday afternoon. the new(er) machine burned out two
small heating elements about the size of a "package of life savers.
The elements did nothing except maintain the proper heat to mol-
ten metal as it made its way from the melting pot, through the cru-
cible and iPto the type molds.,,. But the loss of this little bit of heat
made the machine inoperable and we had to revert to .the use of
some hand 'set type. This made the paper look ragged as well as
slow us down considerably.
New* heaters arrived Thursday morning, though, and we have
the machine back in operation now. ,
But we sure did miss its services during those two days.
Henry Hoyt got back at me on the hair business in last week's
Rotary Club bulletin. Henry said, "Ancient man was covered with
hair and as he became smarter the hair began to disappear from
his body. Thus, the smarter a man is, the less hair he has."
'Every morning when we look into the-mirror to comb what
remains of ourlocks, we have to agree with him, more and more.
How about that football game Friday night?
During the first half, while traipsing up and down the Wewa
side making pictures, -we were accosted by a Wewa man who said,
why can't ~they hold on to the football, -ha! ha! ha. O,0h, he was
: We told him, "Don't you worry about that, we're going to weld
a handle on it during the half time .. then just you watch
'qOne Wewa fan who "was slightly "jiiped" hailed down Bob
Ellzey, who was taking notes for us, and asked him, "How many
touchdowns did you pay the 'referees for?"' Bob told him, 'Tour.
We paid for four. They. cost us $35.00 a piece, but we only give
$30.00 if we don't get the" extra point, too".
About midway of the last period, we saw the same fellow, who
said,,; 'OK, you have three of them now. ... only one more to go."
told Bob that if Port St. Joe made only four touchdowns, I
was going tb sneak out of the stadium early, before that guy could
catch, up to 'me.
We scored four touchdowns, and I left with one minute left
'ni the clock.
We meant to say this last year, and it slipped our mind.
We.have been cruising up and down the "enemy" side at the
football games, now, for over 15 years, making pictures at the
games. We have seen some out-of-town fans that were good sports
about the game and we have seen.many, many more that were down-
right nasty. Some have invited us out behind the stands when
their team was losing and many, many have made the evening air
turn blue with their vindictiveness poured out in our direction.
In these 15 plus years, we have never seen a set of fans as
well-behaved, courteous and friendly as the Wewahitchka fans-
win, lose or draw. We appreciate it and we believe it adds to their
enjoyminent of the game, as well as ours.
For the first timesince we began publishing The Star back
in November of 1952, we received remuneration for printing a
wedding notic.e. 'Of course, we'have never made a charge for
this service, but one lady insisted on paying ._.. and did
We printed the write-up of Mrs. Verna Smith's granddaugh-
ter, who married in Louisiana. As "payment", Mrs. Smith brought
us a delicious pie that she had baked.
We really didn't know what we were missing in this wedding
story business. Maybe we should make the standard charge for
printing a wedding story, one delicious home made pie. At,/least
we can hope Mrs. Smith marries off another, granddaughter pretty
THE STAR, Pert St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, September 26, 1968
i, FOx Named to superintendent's
irAt Force emy or Year
S. AIRk4ORCE ACADEMY, Fox served as an instructor In a
Cadet Peter H. Fox, son of rigorous basic training course for
ud Mrs. Robert B. Fox, 1303,' members of the academy's incom-
tutionDrive, Port St. Joe, isA i g freshman class. The training
Sone of inoretthan 775 cadets who' prepares basic cadets for entry in-
ave enter 4'.Oleir junior year at to the cadet wing.
U. S. AirfForce Academy. ,Tie cadet also was a survival
Mr As- he begqn his third year at training instructor for sophomore
te'acady, 'Cadet Fox was nained cadet in the rugged Rampart
to the Supeyntendent's List f6r his Range area surrounding the acade-
outstanding achievement in both my. He.was chosen for the special
heademics -'a*d military perform- duty for his knowledge .in survival,
dance. He" wi be granted special evasion,, resistance and escape
Cadet Fox will be 'commissioned
a second lieutenant and receive his
B.S. degree upon graduation from
the 'acadetiiy. '
He is a 1965 graduate of Port St..
Joe Ifigh"School,.w here he was a
member of the National Honor So-
Gulf Gets Healthy
increaseln State Funds
Changes In Social Security Matters
May 'Be Made in Panama City Office
Social! security beneficiaries in be made by imail, telephone, or
this area who need to report personal visit.
changes of address or other events Gamble said that up to now bene-
that effect the payment of their ficiaries were encouraged*to notify
monthly benefits may now do so the Social Security Administration.
through the social security office about the occurrance of these
at 1135 Harrison Avenue in Pana- events on postcard forms pre-add-
ma City, Ted A. Gamble, District ressed to one of six social security
Manager, .said today. Reports may record centers throughout the
country. Beneficiaries received the
postcard forms when they initially
IJames FenSOm Pledged applied for monthly benefits.,
o Auburn Fraternity Gamble said that the change in
To.. A uurn rtrnI reporting methods is designed to
1\ reduce the timhe needed to change
AUBURN-Auburn University's addresses and 'process other infor-
2S social fraternities issued bids mation having an effect on pay-,
to 425 men students Wednesday, ment .of monthly benefits. The
following week long rush activi- change is prompted by the increas-
ties attended by 608. ed capacity of social security dis-
James B. Fensom, son of Mr. and .trict offices to transmit the infor-'
Mrs.' Paul S. Fensom of, Port St. mation over high speed communi-
Joe was pledged to the Kappa Al- cations circuits to record offices.
pha fraternity. In addition to address changes
Gamble said that events that ef-1
Port St. Joe Needs An Airport feet receipt of monthly social secu-
rity checks include employment,
marriage or remarriage in some
instances, divorce,' and death.
The Panama City Secial Seurity
Office is open Monday through Fri-
day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
except on national .holidays. The
telephone number is 763-5331.
See GARLAND DUNLAP at
Cowart Motor Co.
301 Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe
Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, Jr., this
week announced the release of
$41,2million in state funds to pub.
-- rmo lie schools fqr use during Sep-
Cadet Peter H. Fox : tember..
-,privileges aid wear a silver star "This amount was $17.5 million
'and wreath insignia recognizing more' than was disbursed in Sep.
Sthe honor accorded him by the tember, 1967," Dickinson said.
academy superintendent. I Minimum Foundation Program
t Fx v t. funds supplied almost $39 million
Cadet Fox .ill serve during the. of'~h-"total allocation, with $2.5
fa~ l,term as qn element sergeant mion coming from state sales
with the rani. of cadet technical' s s a
sergeant. He; was selected or the f the state funds released Gulf
position because of his demostrat- f the stat received $101,969 The
ed -leadership abilities'a-nd" effec- uny school system received $59,-
tiveness county school system received $59,
tiveness rtgs 303 in state money for the same
During the past summer, Cadet i'onth last year.
Too Late To Classify
By RUSSELL KAY
I predicted that the National De- regulations".
mocratic Conv'ntion would be All I can do under the circum-
louder and finnier than the Re- stances is "weep". Weep for my
publican Convention but I never country apd for the millions of
expected it to be the sorry specta- decent, respectable citizens' who
-,le it was. obey the laws, pay the taxes and
are seeing their country-torn apart
Never inthe history of politics as it is being torn today.
has the American public been ex- Even the 'Star Spangled Banner
posed to such an exhibition. I ex- took a beating at the opening of
pected riot and turmoil on the' the spectacle.
streets of Chicago but I never
expected to see such goings on in,
the Convention Hall itself.
They told us it was to be an open
convention. It was not only open
it was "open and shut" mostly shut.
Head cracking seemed to be the
order of business.
I can recall when an elected de-
legate to a national convention
was a more or less important per
sonage, but in Chicago if a dele-
gate managed to keep out of jail
he was lucky. '
Ulbreeht's Berlin. Wall didn't
hold a candle )to Mayor Daley's
security set up. But I give the
Mayor credit. Had that senseless,
unruly mob been permitted to
*f reach the Convention Hall it Would
have been tragic.
I never saw so many unhappy
people in one place in my life. If,
there was anybody in the hall that
didn't, have a,peeve' or gripe, I
don't know who it was. Even Mayor
Daley blew his top a couple of
timds when the going got rough.
Those running the convention had
made up their minds ,before it
opened that they were going' to
"nominate HHH and they didn't in-
tend to let anything stand in their
way., They didn't! Not even the
press, radio or television. It de-
veloped, that 'a newsman's head
was no more sacred in the general
scheme of things than the hippiest
My heart went out to the Chica-
go police ,the-National Guard and
the secret service in their effort
to maintain law and order on, the.
streets and in the Convention Hall.
They were following instructions
and doing a job and they deserve
a, lot of .credit for their restraint
during the ordeal, j
While a lot of agitators and po-'
lice were injured, no one was kill-
ed and that is saying a whole, lot
for the police. Put yourself in the
place of a policeman charged with
the duty of maintaining order be-
Sing cursed, spit upon, assaulted with
bottles and bricks and called a pig
along with a lot of unmentionable
If they had been sent to an in-
a sane asylum to restore order they
could not have had a tougher job.
No appeal to sanity or "common-
sence had any effect. It was a case
of "to hell with all laws, rules and
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.'IH STAR. u'ert St. Joe, Florid. THUItDAY, September 26, 1968
Mrs. P.. ce, e rs Paul. fe '- .n.d ble at, a shower held. las Thur y in the Roche
Mrsem W oche are pictured at the serkvng ta- home ,on 6trh Street .joiMrs. Patul Pierce.
.. "., ,,, .. *. -. .
Roch ,.. .. ,
7.' : ed W.i-h,, C l l .. .h w
Mrs. Paul;,,ierce.,was.Onorid' A..eolor scheme. of gtr, cso haTh Viki "Powle:. .
. Thursday+" ; d .,!19j .h ..was .sed throughout .h,';i argt y Miss Peggy 'Jones kept the
Scaling shbwer '.hen'Mi .'ne.-h ,area. ,: ^'. : *'. ',*. guest boo... '
Roche, lrs'Ry Ii;, Mrs. .; ,- ieshments were. sved : honoe ch for the oc-
SWalter ISg s...s Charles .from a beautifully appointed ta- .a s.o. go.ree choet. for. te wor
SSpears, : ble covered .t.h .whife linen, casioe a gr een sheath. she wore
Mr. Dq.. a. I fea ng.: i sl tidibra a ey pressed to her
Presnelf I4-.of ; Cu. flanked Ay a' l ibo*1, .
pepper /,eittetid ft. if in -ays, of tea squares an& compotes Approximately 175 guests ,call-
the honz 6i pgIs. ,, of .nuts. 'Presiding was. Miss ed during' the appointed hours.
"-a, .- ... .. .' .; + .
With Mrs. Sanborn
XI Epsilop Kappa Chapter of
Beta 'Sigma Phi held a regularly
scheduled meeting Tuesday night,
September 17 at the home of Mrs.
Cliff Sanbor'l. The meeting was
conducted :by the president, Mrs.
John Scott, who led the opening
ritual and then proceeded with'
the business at hand.
The high spot of the business
meeting was a report by conven-
tion chairman, Mrs. Dave Jones,
of the completion of a successful
project, a rummage sale held Sep-
The cultural program. for the
evening, "Who We Are'" was pre,
sented by Mrs, Ken Cox. After in-
troducing some. thought-provoking
questions she explained that peo-
ple too .often conutae who we are'
with"what we are and that in order
to" live a fuller life we- must he
able ,to differentiate between the
At the conclusion 'of the pro-
gram, the closing ; ritual was re-
'peated. The social -hour followed
with .refreshiients' -served 'by the,
hostess. : ,,
i i'' ',, .
Ann -Ward, .daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Ward, 1607 Mar-
vin Avenue, celebrated her
fourth birthday Saturday, Sep-
tember 21,' with a party at her
La +t J "i'
Those enjoying the party were Walton, Angela Allig6od, Paula
Shea and Susan Stewart, Becky, Ward, Hayes, Lee and Sheri
Bateman,' Teresa and Mitchell Bracewell of Blountstowb, Gayle
Fortner, Charlene and Theresa and.,Jerry Peacock of 'Blounts-
Cassidy, George Roberts,- Jeff town.
Gulf Coast Junior College Accepted by g nnnCirce M et
S:. < .. [ g Av e.Cic I-M e t
National Codimission On Accreditation
S- The Dorothy Clark WMS circle assistant, Mrs. Baret.
Gulf .Coast Juplor Pollege re- and the Southern Association of met last Monday at the home ,of' The meeting was closed with a
cently'was aoeepted into ull meih- Colleges and Schools. Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey for their' prayer. y. Mrs. Laird.
bership of .~iheb. tioal Commi s- September missions program taken "
.S4an p.A.,c.ed.tinge .i was "an- Main difference between the from the Royal Service magazine. 'd H r -
ounced this wee. --.- .ou and the Na- During the business session, Mrs. The Edna Horton Circle of the
tional Commission is he "cdet fladt David Jenkins, guest of the circle, Long Avenuw BIptist Cbhup-h met
The National Commission is in the latter directs most of. its at- introduced those present to the'Wednesday, September 18 at. the
Padditio6. to Florida' accreditation tentio',to the development of a new MS orgapizatio.i. home of Mrs. Grace ianson."The
balanced'.of of b ,en univer- ef a meeting was opened with prayer
.l.. PL l *ll .es andice anp the profes.- served ,by 'Mart Earley. Th7 prayer calen-
Thrift ShOp Will sion~l ass*o# is A66 accredi- n the .. da was ed by Loui HoUand.
Be Frida nation of professiol programs of ..e.d b L i Hl...a.
study. ;" : The Lota'salmer WMS Cirle Tof e s '-roupand
SB Open Fr iday o the Long Avenue Bhptist Church enkins, e' with 'er
The-National Commission alsomet inthe home of Mrs. Frank explained the new WMS organi-
The Thrift Shop will be open strives to speak with one voice for' met n e home of rs .ra zation.
Friday, September 27 from 3-to the six different regional accredit. Barnes, Tuesday, September 17
5,p.m. Workers will be Mrs.-Leo I ing agencies in the nation. with nine members present along, The program, "Missionary
Shealey andMrs; W. E.. Whaley. with the WMS director: Mrs. Bill Schools" was introduced by San-
..- '+ :r i Coordination between the six re- Laird, Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. N. G. dra Raffield Those taking art
For pick-up of any donations gional accrediting agencies is main- Martin, Mrs. J. C. Odum, Mrs. John ose Lng Par
please call Mrs. G: S.' Ctxton 227- trained primarily through the Fe- Core, Mrs. W. M. Chafin, Mrs. T.were Jimmie Hardy Louise Hol-
8346, Mrs. W. 0: Anderson 229- deral Accreditingt. Commissions of .J. Braxton, Mrs. Bob Brunner, Mrs. land and Mary Earley. .
3876, Mrs. O. M. Taylor '227-3701, Higher Education, which is.made Barnes and Mrs. Joe Ferrell., the Refreshments were served to the
Mrs. Pete j 64~-806 or Mrs. up of two representatives from WMU. director.
James Guil(OVr, 648-4842. each agency or a total of 12 repre- The meeting was opened with a members and two visitors.
sentatives in all. prayerby M.ls. Odum. present.
S' Dr. Richard Morley, president of A business session 'was held
Gulf Coast Junior College, is oneelecting the following officers for GUESTS OF SHEFFIELDS
of'the two representatives from thethe coming year President, Mrs.' Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I.Southern Association and the onlyMartin; Study chairman, Mrs. Jack" Sheffield and son Donnie
junior college representative onOdum; assistant, Mrs. Braxton; ac- were Mr. and Mrs .John Hayes and
the 12-pman group. tivity chairman, Mrs. Laird and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sheffield.
.'liss Cindy Atkins, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Atkins,
1014, Mirfgi Avenue, observed
her 10th ,rthday last week and
was ho.p ed with a party to
cele rat 'the occasion.
SOF ':. I
Woprs amti'eg .to .express
-ibw e -e are .' the many
*ciends-, t were so generous of
their 'time during the loss of our
loved ong, ..ith L. Keets.
Thank yoqp s very .much for all
the beautiful l flowers. They were
Ss. w are very
this %me, r *'w-: OfMilFA o
each and everyone (t of ,y '
We do thank you for everything.
THE GRADY KEELS FAMILY
CLASSIFIED DS A
Midget Inv.tImn s .
Welnt ,hWrm ".f-
Gathering with Cindy to help
in the birthday celebration were
Debbie Lollie, Karon Gosnell,
Pam McClamma, Regina Ellis,
Terri Gay, Melody Smith, Jolyn
Parrott, Cindy Baxley, Sandra
Tootle, Lenny and.Sally O'Shall,
Susan Quarles, Tammy, Brenda
and Linda Rdshing, Karen Ma-
chen, Lisa Melton, Cindy Mur-
phy and Charles Atkins.
Shark Notes l
by SUSIE BINION '
The Sharksran over Wewahit-
chka in the game Friday night
with a final score of 25-8. The
1968 football season is now offi-
cially under way and we are hop-
ing it will be a victorious season
for the Sharks. St. Joe plays the
Chattahoochee Yellow Jackets
here Friday night.
The first meeting of the PTA
will be held Thursday night in
the high school auditorium. Ev-
eryone is urged to attend.
The Keyettes and the Key
Club have elected their respec-.
CARD OF THANKS
I want to take this method of
'thanking each and every one for
all the kind things that were done
for me while I was in the hospital
and since I have been back home
All the wonderful prayers, flow
ers, food, cards and visits from
dear friends, also to Rev. Ash and
Rev. Odum. Our many thanks to
May God bless each and every
MRS. NELLIE WALKER
tive "Dreamboy" and "Sweet-
heart". Elected by the members
of the Key Club as their Sweet-
heart was Jan Fleming. Teedy
Nobles was elected by the Key-
ettes as their Dreamboy.
The annual Ninth Grade Tests
were given to all ninth graders
Thursday, 'September 19.
The Keyettes are sponsoring
Bundle Days starting October
14. Clothes and shoes will be
collected for the needy children -'
in the Appalachian Mquntains.
SA box will be placed in each
homeroom and the students will
be asked to bring any service-
f able clothes and put them in the
* boxes. All contributions will be_
e appreciated by the Keyettes.
S Mrs. Helene Ferris was the
- guest speaker for Mrs. Biggs',
senior English classes and Mr.'
Hand's American history class
. Monday. Mrs. Ferris' speech was
extremely thought provoking and
made us realize how little 'we
really understand- and apprec-
iate our American heritage.
Mrs. Ferris Named
F. C. A. Officer
Helene Ferris of Port St. Joe,
was elected. Second Vice Presi-
dent ,of Florida Cosmetolbgists
Association at the recent annual
trade show meeting 'of .F.C.A.
This is Mrs. Ferris' fourth year
on this State Executive Board.
National President for N.H.C.A.
apppinted her? for the second
yeai, a Region X, National Beal-'
ty Salon Week' chairmart. The.
region consists-of Georgia, South
Carolina, North Carolina and
Mrs. Ferris was also newly ap-
pointed to serve as chairman
liaison to the Stafe Board of
Cosmetology and chairman of in-
surance issued through member-
ship by NHCA. ,
A local affiliate mbmnbet of
Panama City FSA, Affiliatd No.
6, Mrs. Ferris has stayed active
on local, state and national le-
vels dof the National Hairdressers
and Cosmetologists Association.
Recently she was acting liaison
for NHCA to Governor Claude
Kirk to 'bring a certificate of
merit to him from the NHCA.
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S announcedd this 20d,000 ney vbters 'bt October 5." i the total registered since June, 66,.-easy to prepare. Use these for fast
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S ,.- :. I .. ..,. TALLAHASSE Hunters are 'out o luc when'fitcomes to prb., V vanilla Glaze
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Ac aa Y.' Fresh iWaer. iub Commission to, Coojiland said. "Tor prevent this -
Spurchasde 'the tWildlifr .mapage- possflihj,.we :urge hunters to. aeC'. r
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"a e q Ip.w~wll -' Jn fqrce.. 'ed *,'* arriving at a dril main-. are wihin reasonable travel, dis- blespoons orange juice for the
SiAb.of nts will bei a irhlmum agethemnt atI'"to l.btaL tjteti man- tanci 'of ede ." a, a meilm k. ,t.. ,
of 1 Inchbar or 2 Inch stretch, agement area sta'p. In past years,' A wlldie 'apagement area CInnam i Cot*h e t ~a-
srimp not wll have a max- stamps were avaliible at most sta~ cost v.-oollas..C ~n spoon nutmeg with the confection-
A' M. "of itftnen eI 'hl" ec stAti6ns'or hunt heafquart-. Under the,age o-15 mba oital- e1 sugar -
d ah-net allowir It for tak.- 'bowev.,,' ..., management area stamp for half 4r -
isg hirimp ln a s Insf watr -ic' how. er,' many of price And president. hunters .5
The two m breeding -t, stations ha.e. been elumi years old and. over are. exempt CLASSIFIED ADS ,,
'are North und See.lat, / 1 ated -and there is a danger that a from both license and "stamp re "Mldtet Inv*etmonts Wit
(rlO Bri .i wKp 'rior cl o iht 's n e dlpappolted,. and q r t" ,. .,tnt".' ,-.. .
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I STAR, PI t St. Jo, IorldST THURSDAY, September 26, 1968:
Moving Day For Rio Grande
SPutting the Rio Gande river
back where it belongs would
appear to most people to be
much too formidable a task to
undertake. But not for Mexico
Compania Constructors S. A.,
a leading Mexican contractor
headquartered in Mexico City.
With a fleet of six giant Allis.
Chalm e r a earmovers, the
contractor has done just that.
digging a new channel in the
right place to put the river
Nearly one million cubio
yards of moist, heavy sand,
deposited over the decades by
the Rio Grande river (Or Rio
Bravo,- in Mexico), are being
moved In the process of form.
ing the new Adolfq Lopez
Mateos Canal, which will slice
between Juarez, Mexico, and
El Paso, Texas. By fall, the
Contractor hopes to be ready
Sto switch the Rio Grande into
the new carial, where, as the
international boundary be.
tween Mexico and the United
, States; it properly should be.,
For more than a century,
Ciudad, Juarez and El Paso
have been in this precarious
'position, situated on opposite
sides of the border at the ex-
treme northwestern tip of Tex-
as where the Rio Grande
snakes its way down from New
Mexico. Since 1853, the two
cities watched the river gouge
out three completely different
Result: by 1962 the meander-
ing stream had bequeathed
some 400 acres of land, called
"El Chamizal," to El Paso.
But In this age of earthmov-
ing behemoths, ev n intangible
things like international
'lot ____es. b set ,hte.
especlaly etwietei" tmndly, tn-'
derstanding neig bork like
Mexico and the United State&
R + j .' -,, '
Map locate; nw channel
brokenn line). aexoivted tot
sjtrucion.of the Adolfo to.
^e tees Canal.
? -i E-' ". .. .'.-, .- *
Loaded to'the gills and lined up Indian file, this fleet of Allis
Chalmers earthmovers tote Away more than 25-tons of sand and
dlrh otin the new river bottom forming the relocated channel of
the O .Grande. o.
. At an official ceremony last
October, Presideqt Diaz prdaz
Of Meudo accepted 'return', o0
Sthe lsfd from PiesidentJohn-,
son in Juarez, mark ed 'by
cheering crowds and fluttering
blizzards Lof confetti..
. Ingeniero Fredbrico 'Schroe-
'der, project engineer for the
con4tracto r, hadl alreadyy
brought in his crew aid heavy
equipment to more more than
a million 'tons "o sand to re-
locate the ..Rio Grande. The
project hls been thq sc.ne of
intense activity, eight hours Or'
ire .a fay'"id six days
' week. ''';" .....-.
.Coel of the project divert-
lng the' W ter of the Rio
"Grande, or i- ir vo as it is
known-, south of the border, to
a imatr 'bf M0o v 'g--e-r.i -", .
sand moving it fast.'.T fas
earthlnoiei provide an im-
pressive s i g h t coming down
the excavation slope .Indian
file, kicking up tons of dust as
By CUBIE LAIRD, County Aaen
,The State Veterinarian's Of- b
fice (Dr. C.-L.. ,Campbell) has t
asked us to 'notify all citizens of
Florida of a hog cholera outbreak
now in, progress in, the state.
According to Dr. Guy R. Jones,
veterinarian rn charge of hog
cholera eradication at Tallabas-
see, two cases have occurred in
Gilchrist' county and one each
in Alachua and Columbia coun
ties. The source of infection has
not been determined. However,
a large outbreak is in progress
in Georgia and the possibility
exists that movement of, hogs
from Georgia 'or other states
contributed to Florida's present
~ItULA'U. 3UI L0 C LJZUUICAI'
1 Ralph Swatts, Jr., of SWtatts and Par-
ker Motor Company turns over the keys
to a new 1969 Chevrolet pick-up truck to
John G. Blount, owner of St. Joe Furniture
and Appliance Company
of this week. The truck
vehicle delivered in Por
Chrye Plymw' o P
Chevrolet Pntia Oldsmodile
of SIer Plymouth
AlI of -These Popular Automobiles Cqn Be Deliv i lo You Here In Port
Swatts -and Parker Motor Company Get Our Deal First!
LOOK TO SWMTS and PARKER FIRST
Swatts and Parker Motor
s Iua Uon. UI ergia's pro 11UUJIems
were traced to shipment of sick
Monday morning hogs. As a result, two farmers
was the first 1969 face charges of violating state
t St. Joe. laws by selling sick or exposed
swine. Another allegedly broke
'a state quarantine. S6me pig
dealers and markets were also
careless in carrying out their re-
HAVE A *' Florida has been able to iden-
TIF tify, isolate, and control all out-
M O I iFN v breaks since the hog cholera era-
I" E IN ever, rigid inspection and en-,
ST. JOI forcement of intrastate and in-
SI JvE terstate laws must continue.
County agents are'requested to
-"- immediately -report all suspect-,.
H O.'i ed cases of hog cholera to veter.-
B ...ICK .. inarians and regulatory officials..-
S Confrimed cases of hog cholera
-'i n Florida swine will be eligible
for,. indembity payments. Hpgs.
S" sick from diseases other, than
hog cholera should be# kept at.
St. Joeby the,._
they approach the new Paso
del Norte bridge still lined up
perfectly despite their speed
,an the ropgh terrain. They ,
disappear under the bridge and ,
thena.eppear at the other end
on the*,way to pick up yet
Other crews team out of
the batch plant nearby to han-
dle the 130,000 cubic yards- t
concrete luing tor the. canal.
A bird's-eye view clearly 3
veals the strip marking tei.
cavAtlon for tee ew gftn l
around tje pl haed w.ed .
Waes of Cordova Iad. Via-.
ible, too, Is the-gatPOIM l ...
houses torn down In the preo
'vious hoislnt project; But
even more apparent is the fact
,hatte new border is a.gigan-
; step ifda*dr u A e- t lawe
measure Vo' the -efortl of thea
industrious crews wprldng on
the project under the 4ad.
shbiof TIng. Schroede..
til. they can be moved without
danger -of disease transmission.
An extra effort is needed to
prevent additional spread of hog
If the present outbreak can be
brought under control and sour-
ces of infection identified as be-
W"a ing outside the state, it may be
possible forlori da- re tain its
me under the supervision and -newly 'eardi Bbg' cholerafree
eatment of a veterinarian un- 'status. ..' ''
- .. ... .. --j -' ..
HazelS House of wers
Has wire service anyplace in the naion
Cater to Weddings, Receptions and Special Occasions ,
W e Deliver in Port St. Joe ,'
Located at Millergrens, Highway 71, S. Wewahitchka
'CALL COLLECT DAY OR NIGHT 639-2601
',FRESH FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANI1 WILL
BE AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES.
Your druggsts Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that fie has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy exanfon and is quaMlified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
rompoinded b~ a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
COSMETICS FOR LADIES By Coty, Revelo, Harriett Hbard
.... Ayer and Danna ..
COSMETICS FOR MEN By English Leather, and Canoe
VISIT OUR BABY DEPARTMENT FOR BABY GETS
NOW OPEN 8:30 AM. to 6:30 P.M.
PHONE 227-5111 236 REED AVENUE
--- Use Our Drive-In Window -
- A L~fi~'~,Pl~dSa- eptbe~hit9
ook at the savin gs
-, e -svin
NOTES FROM THE
This week the Port St.' Joe Pu-
blic Library wishes to call to your
attention the foUowing books, some
new and some old stand-bys but all
excellent for Fall reading.
"Hope Through-Doing" by J. Nor-
man Heard describes simply and
frankly the experiences of two
parents who have tried to build a
future for their handicapped child-
ren, experiences familiar to other
parents of the mentally retarted.
"Childhood and Society" by Erik
H. Erikson a study of the social
significance of childhood a com-
'bination of imaginative clinical de-
scription, rigorous thinking, gen-
tle humor and deep humanity.
"The American President" edited i
by Sidney'Warren is a collection
of essays which examine the Amer- I
ican Presidency from the days of
Washington to the present.
"Fifteen Flags" by Ric Hardman
is a novel about the American Si-
berian Expeditionary Force of
1918-1920 which joined the Allied
intervoettioi in the Russfan Civil
"The Last Unicorn" by Peter S.
eagle is the story of a guest, the
search by tie unicorn immortal,
infinitely beautiful for her lost
fellows. A wild, whimsical and won-
derfully touching fairy-tale.
"Little Dragon From Peking" by
James Eastwood is a tale of mur-
der, violence and international may-
hem with something to tease the
palate of the most jaded Bonds-
In your public library you will
find books and information on
nearly every subject. howeverr,
should your library or bookmobile
not have the book or material you
request it can be obtained for you
through the Northwest Regional
Library System of which Port St.
Joe Public Library is a member.
Heads Nixon Campaign
Gordon Adams, Gulf County
Republican Committeeman an-
nounced this week that be will
be the coordinator of the Nixon
for President campaign here in
Adams said that the campaign
program is now being organized
and a meeting of Nixon support-
ers will be called in the next
few days. Adams said the com-
mittee would welcome any sup-
port from those of any political
be Gator tackler, Phillip Dean, number 50, while
a second Gator, Steve Forehand misses a chance
to stop Lovett. -
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1969 Mustarqg SporlsRoof
THE 69 FORDS
ARE HERE TODAY!
1 s '
at PORT ST. JOE
- 1969 Mustang.
All new, all over 5 great models.
More engines'than ever.
:Thev're fie'no' Mustangs you've ever.
: seen before Longer. Wider. Roomier,
- front and back. And far, far sportier.
SToke the new Mustang Mach 1. Or lux-
urious'Grandd. Choose hardlop, sports-
roof, or convertible. Then dif into a long.
list of options and design your Mustang.
1969 Torino.. '
The winner's back for more ..
with two hot new Cobras to bootl
Torino for '69 comes on just as hot or'as
luxurious as you please. Engines range
all the way up to a 428-cu. in. Cobra Jet
Ram-Air V-8. For Torino spirit with extra
savings added, choose from eight new
'69'Eairlanes. See all 52 of the new '69
1969 LTD by Ford, 2-Door Hardtop
1969 Ford. .
Longer. Wider. Quieter.
And alone in its class.
Fbr 196; Ford tracks as'wlde'as Cadillc.
Smooths your ride with a longer wheel-
base- than Chevrolet.:6-'Hs' more front
headroom and legroom than a Chrysler
Imperial. The '69 Ford LTD is designed
to ride even -quieter than ,the LTD that
rode quieter than Rolls-Roce.
The place you've got to go to see what's going on-Your Ford Dealer.
St. Joe Motor Company
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
(Merber, FDIC and Florida National Group of Banks
Shark quarterback Ricky Loveftt comes around
end on his way to the last Shark touchdown
against Wewahitchka here Friday night. Guard
Don Jamison is coming' up to block out a would-
..- 'v-;,' .
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II i* "'*
THU RYAR, Pelt t. @0. jot a boplem er
PLYMOUTH 40, 60, 75 WATT 4 BULB CTN.
LIGHT BULBS ctn. 79c
REGISTER'S PURE- -LB. JAR
PORK LARD liar 39
* GOLD PINE CRUSHED 303 CANS
PINEAPPLE" 3C 79
1T MORACLE WHIP
GA. GRADE "A" SMALL
'EGGS 2 doz. 79c
KCE MILK 44C
MERICO PEANUT BUTTER or
CHOCOLATE CH P COOKIES -. .. 10 oz. pk. 29c
6V/4 OZ. CTNS. CHEESE or 5% OZ. CTNS. ONION
NABISCO APPETEASERS ----------- 2 for 69c
6% OZ. CTNS. CRESCENT ROLLS
NABISCO APPETEASERS ---------- 2 for 69c
ARMOUR'S -' 3 OZ. CANS
POTTED MEAT ----- 8 cons $1.00
S Y RU P --------- No.5 jarS9c
PRIDE OF INDIA 4 Z. CAN
lTHE VERI-BEST PRODUCE
DisCOUNT SPECIAL! CALIORNIA WHITE
ENJOY THE FRESHEST
PRODUCE EVER AT
GEORGIA RED .
SWEET POTATOES Ib. 10o
ROUND WHITE S 01 g 494
HUNT'S Y.C; SLICED or --.O. 300 CANS
HALVED PEACHES -- 5 cans
HUNT'S 20 OZ. BOTTLi:
TOMATO CATSUP---3 btls.
HUNT'S SOLID PACK NO. 300 CANS
TOMATO ES,---_,_ cans
ARMOUR'S 5 OZ. CANS ,
VIENNA SAUSAGE- -5 cans
SUGARY SAM YELLOW LABEL NO. 2Y CANS
YAMS --------4 cans
MONARCH FRENCH STYLE NO."103 CANS'
GREEN BEANS--------5 cans
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! THE PREMIUM SHORTENING
S NOWDRI FT
LIMIT ONE CAN WIT H$10.00 OR MORE PURCHASE!
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! DETERGENT WITH BORAX
L MtUa ONE BOX WITH $10.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
IM flm HurATnpua pa WITH FREE PUMPKIN BALL
SowdRiIO LLUX LI UID
DISCOUNT PRICES ON ALL HEALTH and BEAUTY AIDS!
REG. OR EXTRA HOLD HAIR SPRAY
COMPARE AT $1.50 '
REG. OR EXTRA HOLD GEL 8 j'
DIPPITY- DO 80"8
COMPARE AT $1.25 8
WASHING CREAM DEODORANT COLGATE
HAPPY FACE BAN SPRAY TOOTH PASTE .
4/2 OZ. *0< 7 OZ. GIANT
"JAR VU CAN C- TUBE -
COMPARE AT $1.09 COMPARE AT $1.49 COMPARE AT 65c
GERBER PULL ON SAVE 11e DISCOUNT SPECIAL FAMOUS BLEACH
Baby Pants 38c CLOROX
GERBER ASSTD. SIZES SAVE lOc- O R WT 100 PU
Bi A D S -_ SAE I MT ... ONE -WITH $10.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
Pig gly Wiggly's Meat
OUR FINEST TENDERIZED
BUY HAM THIS WEEK. .. "YOU'Ll. BE GLAD YOUDID"
Slab Bacon Specials
$1.00 COPELAND ALL MEAT
_6 cans $1.00
FRESH PORK SPECIALS
FAMILY PAK CHOPS BACKBONE
-B. ,' LB."
SWIFT PREMIUM WESTERN HEAVY
Choice Beef Specials
SIRLOIN ---b. 99c
CHUCK -- lb.
Choice Extra Lean All Purpose Ground
BEEFt 21lbs. 1.59
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! YELLOW ROSE
FOR ALL YOUR BAKING NEEDS!
WHITE or ASSORTED COLORS TISSUE
SOFT-WEVE .2 roll pkg. 29c
DECORATED .br WHITE
Scot TOWELS 3 big rolls $1.00
CHOICE ROLLED OVEN or
POT ROAST -lb. 88c
CHOICE BONELESS DENVER OVEN
ROAST --- lb. 99c
CHOICE BONELES SSAVOY OVEN
ROAST --lb. 99c
CHOICE BONELESS RUMP
Choice Stewing Meats
C hoc Chieeet
WE GUARANTEE BEEF CAN'T BE BETTER!
Large Frozen Pot-0-Gold
SCOTK1NS LUNCHEON 50 CT. PKGS.
NAPKINS- ..- 2 pkgs. 39c
SMALL SIZE SCOTT
PLACEMATS 24 ct. pkg. 39c
Swift Premium Sliced'
Fresh Tender Pig
I rng Pants y9c
i I iiiir .
MONARCH CUT NO. 303 CANS
4F 1 %
THE STAR, Port St. joe, Florida THURSDAY, September 26, 1968
lCHUCKIOAST-----lb. 6 BAMA
Cpland -.12 / .
IENERS-pkg. 39c\, QAT 3 9
read Smoko o7 -a QUART
SORKSAUS^us-v.- lb. 69c 0B c
4'4alf'or Whole'- Sliced Fre With $10.00 Order or More
;SLAB A Ib. 39c
Georgia Grade : WITH $10.00 ORDER or MORE
SSMALL EGGS 3 doz. 99c
PIG TAILSE --19 -__ lb. 19
Por Chops BAG 3 9c
1 -t 'C Automatic
lR. 4 V9T C.ansmission Fluid qt. 39c
CENTER CU Reprocessed
PORK CHOPS- 1b. 79c MOTOR OIL -------__ qt. 19c
S9 (Formerly P. T. McCormick's)
HIGHWAY 98 mHIGH.AND VIEW
Everyone Is Invited
The New 1969
Ford .and Mercury
Will Be On Display
SFriday, September 2Z
In Our Showroom
We Cordially Invite You to Come In and See and Drive Th
Cars Also Register for the Opportunity to .
Car, Or A Hawaiian Holiday!
St. Joe Motor Com
322 Monument Avenue
Bayview Drive. The charter w
i-slued to Emily A. Simmons, 10
*" w. M w l. MeClellAn-Avenue.
linr faSt e: Te om gcomid charter was Issu
to the Port St. Joe Garden Cli
SInc., re. of Mrs. Milton Chaf
. kto fos d 107' Sdetircle, Port St. Joe. T
e a rdtIn petition was filed September 16
irk and-to arJi is Mh.. The purpose_
iu.d ii, a., -i-c p the corporation is to foster a
iber are .Zella S. encourage horticulture and ci
0 A6 Pali Boulevard; servation of soil and natural
Arbogast 1504-Moiu. sources, as well as beautificati
ad l ers of, streets, highways and oti
ay, Saturday, Sept. 26, 27 and 28
LObO0 A.M. to 7':00 P.M.
as areas, and to participate in com-
}2n munity and civic projects. Sub-
scribers are Mrs. Wilton Chafin,
Mrs. Ralph Nance, St. Joe Beach;
ed Mrs. Cecil Hewett., 1110 Palm Bou-
y IN MEMORY OF
of MINNIE PARKER
md Although it's hard to say goodbye
on- To one I loved sp well
re' And there's deeper sorrow in my
her Than any words can tell
Still may it'comfort me to know
Tha I p l T n ill be ..
T *~id Md
with a 358 and high game.,goes to Pfeifer had high series of 373 and
a new bowler, Sue Witherow, for Jean Crum had high game of 128,
a 135, Keep up the,good work,. ...
.girls S. 'Standings W L
S-3 Mile Oyster Co. --.4 0
On alleys 7 and 8, 13 Miie tok Team No. 2 3 1 ,
four from No. 1 Drive-In. Billie Team No. 3 3 1
Padgett for 13 Mile had high ser- Team No. 5 '
ies and high game with a series Pate's Shell 1 3
of 416 and game of 147. No. 1 Team No. 6 1 3
Drive-In, we welcome you to our Tapper's 1 3
league from Apalachicola. Miriam No. 1 Drive-In--------- 0 4
'pie one ioveau There was some fineb
Forever close to me in thought. There was some fine bowling
on the first morning of league
And cherished memory. play. On aleYs 1 and 2, Tapper'
I think of the loved one as play. On-aeys 1 and 2, Tapper'
oand Team No. 2 met. High series
Whsomeonerk is d6ne for Tapper's was Christine Light
Whose rork les dnow are past foot with a 423 and high game o
Entering gladly through that 160 or Shirley Whifield. Tap
friendly door per's won one and lost three. Higl
friendly door -
To peace and rest and love- series for Team No. 2 was Ma
To home at last. Brown who couldn't do anything
to hmle alstou. wrong, with a 546 and high gainm
A friend, of 210. Mary, what in the worth
MRS. J. Len RMORE are you going to do with a 182
average? felba Barbee was closg
behind Mary with a 473 aeries.
on alleys 3 and 4, Team No. ,
Lunch Room Menu and Pate's met with Team No. -
taking three games from Pate's
Highland View Elementary School High game and series was bowler
Highland View Elementary School by Evelyn Smith with a series o
Monday, September 30 519"and high game of 181. Pietti
Macaroni and cheese," mustard good bowling, Evelyn.
greens, carrot and raisin salad, co-
conut cake, corn bread and milk. For Pate's, Anna Smith had '
Tuesday, October 1 high series of 441 and a high gain
.Meat- loaf, buttered rice, green of 170. She also picked up the 3-'
butter beans, cabbage slaw, hot split.
biscuits, jelly and milk.
Wednesday, October 2 On alleys 5 and. 6, Team No.
Chicken and noodl s, white acre and Team No. 6 met with Team
peas, cheese wedge, lettuce and to- taking three games from Team 6
mato salad, cinnamon rolls, white Joan Falbe had high series of 38e
bread and milk. and high game of 147. For Tean
breadThursday, Octoer 3 6 high series went to Ann Sube
Hamburgers, buttered potatoes, .
sliced 'tomatoes, onions-and pick-
les, blackberry pie, white bread
Friday, October 4
Sheppard's pie, snap beans, ap-
pie, carrot and cabbage salad,
orange juice, ice cream, biscuits
Port St. Joe Elemehtary School
Monday, September 30 .
Spiced ham slices, buttered po-
tatoes, mustard greens, carrot
sticks, peaches, white bread, but-
ter and milk.
Tuesday, October 1
Spaghetti and meat sauce, snap
beans, carrot and cabbage salad,
hot biscuit and butter, syrup and
WednesdJ October 2
Cheeseburgers, buttered corn,
sliced tomatoes, onions, dills, blue-
Fried chicken, buttered rice,
spinach, celery sticks, apricots,
white bread,' butter and milk.
Friday, October 4 CORNER
Fish sticks, buttered grits, cab-
bage slaw, green butter beans,
hot biscuit, butter, grape jelly and L Se t
Brother Wornack -.
,Is past President (3 term
Conference o.f Sou, ei
Baptist Convention Evang
S' Is Staff Evangelist ':'
C ars Memphis, Tennessee.
Is author of 2 books -
HEAVEN and RIVERS 0
,' BLOOD. *"-' ,. .-
-.Has 18 years experience a
7th aw, full-time evangelist.
7 th. Is a former pastor-4 year
Received formal education
Memphis State UniversBi
American Divinity -School.
Is a native of Arkansas.-
SBeautiful New Is married- father of on
iese B UUIIfUI N w child, a girl; Donna. Hi
wife's name is Lorene.
Win A New : M i .
N..A.N w..M Music Led by .
MR. JIM LANCASTER
Good Gospel Singing
Warm and Friendly
a n _Christian Fellowship
pany "A FRIENDLY CHU
Phone 227-3737 EVER
RCH WITH A CHRISTIAN MINISTRY OF LOVE"
tYONE IS INVITED *
BALTZELL and THIRD PORT ST. JOE
er 9 October 6
.M. and- 730 P.M., DAILY
EVA NG EL ST
With TV ANTENNA and Their Problems?
CABLE-VISION WILL SOON' BE AT YOUR DOOR!
WEST COAST CABLE-VISION
Swillsoon be serving
MEXICO BEACH--BEACON HILL-ST. JOE BEACH
For Information, Call 648-6311
. q ,i '
LADIES WINTER LEAGUE
The ladies bowled their first ses-
sion Thursday morning. Several
new bowlers were on hand and
welcomed into the league.
THE STAR. Port St. Joa. Florida
THURSDAY, September 26, 1968
"Super-Right" Quo. -Mets
The sto re th "Super-Right" Western Beef "Super-Right" Smoked Center ChInk
cares about oUL RIB STEAK L 99c HAM ROAST 89c
"Super-Right" Western Beef Full Cut Allgood Brand Sugar Cured
I CHUCK STEAK 58C Sliced Bacon .C
"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF C S T L S '.
"Super-Right" Boneless Beef Shoulder Cap'n John's Frozen
R ib Ro a st SWISS STEAK 88 Flounder Fillets 1..Pk59
i"Super-Right" Frozen Chopped "Super Right. resh "
S C a ee8 9S2 Beef Steaks 1.29 kGround beef 31b, $149
M middle J Cu4 1 J .' ." .
SSuper-Right" All Meat Oscar Mayer Pure Pork S. C.
SjSliced Bologna ,,,49( Lnkc Sausage lb. 79
A&P Brand Whc- r '
' Purple PIr '
A&P Br3ad f
Jelly Sweet Rolls
SPineapple Swt. Rolls
Match Pkgs, of 8 00
S'Em D l
7 ...'.; \ : .^
Chopped Collard Greens
Whole White Potatops
Blackeye Peas ,.
1Baby Limas .
Pork apd Beans
Great Northern Beans
Choice 1 0,
-; ,Sweet Peas i -Lb. Can -
Kitchen Sliced Green Beaps
' .Mexicorn T2-bz. Can
Niblets Corn 12-Oz. Can
r Mix or
.,'Emr 49C (
RED OR GOLDEN
AP P LE' S 4'
Fresh Long Green
A&P Bra0rd Vacuum Pack ,
SColombian Cof eeLb .Can 69c
SIce Cream, Gal. Cn79
Ann Page Grape Jelly.or
GrapeJam 3b'J+ 1 79c
A&P Whole Peeled Apricots or :
rit Cocktail an 27
EXTRA SPECIAu 7c OFF LABEL DETERGENT
Limtwit h $5 order excl. cigarettes
Special Fresh Firm Ripe
3 19( Bartlett Pears
Sneciall 6-66 25%1 Ornic
Seedless Grapes Lb. 19 Fertiizer 3 0-Lb. Bs4.3
Jane Parker e icous pew a'
Apple Pies 2 1-L 8 oz Pies 79c
Jane Parker Iced .-.::-d Cake Speiall
Spanish Bar 3L ozLoaves
Jane Parker Re3ular Spe P2'
Raiin Brea 2 Lb Loaves 49
I 7 Piro N' '"Aim l"cNi U STAMPS
Mennen Anti Perspirant
Deodorant o/".54c Ax
GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 29 9-28468
-- ---- -
Skin- Bracer O ye
GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 29
Persona S.S. Injedtor Razne
Blades ~9 98c JAXX
GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 29 9-28-68
*- r a
QUEST A RAIN CHECK Prices in
this Ad are Good through Satur.
day, Sept. 28.
-$TAWeaisa A*an-o analaAn STAMPSg
W!z... ... c o nlRag. or Spearmint i nn Pa" e6-=,"Z. ~~i
fresktners59c JAX Tooth Paste ov3...3c Ax Tartar Sauce 29c JAX
GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 29 9-.29-68 GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 29 9-28-M8 GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 29 9-28-68
a G O T -.. ................. .... ............ "w---- ---
TWO BONUS VALUES EVERY WEEK
2 3' :r i *
EACH. WITH EVERY $5 PURCHASE
NO LIMIT ON NUMBER YOU MAY BUY
VALUE THIS WEEK!
ONLY TEN MORE WEEKS!
MARE THE MOST OF BONUNVS VALUE WEXS: COMPLETE SCHEDULE BELOW
BONUS WEEK PLACE SFTTIN6 QffER II COMPLETE PIECE OFFER
MSCHM ,O S ITEMC BONUS S
MI CE~ '*ipPRICE .*air.
l9/3-9/ DBPINNER FL. .99 4 CER.BOWS 1.99 2,39
9/13o-10o PLATE 23 .9 4COF.MOOS .99 2.39
1"/7*1 /1 CUP WITH .79 I11"MTOTRAT 1.79 1.99
1/i4-Aty/9 SAUCER .3 9 AEROWLE 2.99 3.49
1/Z-/140/1 FaUIT DISH PURCRASr .39 12" O. PAT. 1.99 2.39
126t-i//a DINNER PL. c .99 4 SOUP PL 1.99 2.39
1/4..11/9 & B IPATE 23 .39 4 SALAD PL 1.99 2.39
11///-////6 CUP WITH .19 GRAVYBOAT 1.49 1.69
1/10-1/23 -SAUCER $ .39 4CER.BOWLS 1.99 2.39
111-9-11/30 FRUIT DISH PURCHASE .39 4 COF. MUGS 1.99 2.39
7 YEAR OPEN STOCK GUARANTEE
ALL PRICES RETURN TO REGULAR AFTER THIS SPECIAL EVENT
SPECIAL! PINK DETERGENT
SQuart Bo les 0
Ga.'-n Rise Buttermilk
t:-; i. : C 'lbs
mansumpm sma u
I I ~' I I
SPECIAL! JANE PARKER
celfical standards, loW prce8 ;-, 7 ,-.
ndtffie personal attentionyot A-,-22,calUber pistql. match was
..bringFourprsscrlptonst : the uf Rife.ldb' Range
*,* .. .m''SPtember. 22. Tais.'from the
SPHARMACY ainhdle;Gu b Club f Lynn Ha-
,.. 'en .anid the. Gulf, Rifle Club par-.
.Rhe PpSanle 1Gun. ,Cltib won
DRUG STORI.A : "T Vehpdle-un
1,t. -he nati by" turning in a score
,, 'hot "7-3371. of 3124 while the Gulf Rifle Clfub
Pfenty oT e.i.rking had. a scoe'!o 8050. .
S The Panlindie iGu'h. Club .'was
e,- so ast represented'by 'Billy blout, Char-
by, amended so as to read, as ol-, les nton, .Ralph King i d Don
lows l an Sh The Gulf Rifle Club wa
SECTION 10. Rafes and charges. r'- l ub wa
'Toi rates of charges foro.'ebllecting represented by Bill Waird, .Wayne
or disposing of .garbage 'or yard Biggs, Steve Hand and John Fadio.
rubbish of the City shall be as, fol- This,'was the 'first .pistol match
-lo .i- ea. ccupie4 "single shot by the G'df ARiflie.Ilub and
I family dwelling,. for. collection and the pistoireakn is looking forward
,: disposal of both garbage and yard to 'a re.rtri. mat H''in. thb near.
rubbish .:the charge, of $,.00.-per- futu 'r" 'I '
.month. If there -is a special call or.. Gulf- R. Rib Clu 'r a" 'p-re-'
request by the owner or tenant ofPm, ,. -'.-',? b.,
.ucf- qsigle.. family dwelling for" a. minded., _ha;, 't e?.4 -1s.-enewal
'ickup.otiier thai the normal semi- mofth for dues' ,inyd ee interest-
weekly elections, an additional ed in.rifle, pistol'or tanp shooting
chaffe. of$1,$00 shall be made for are. invit to' visiti'th ange o
Auch -sOec.lal colleotion of garbage Hi'7'W 4 'g -'
or yardr tbish'.'The owner, user Highwa 71. .
; r. qccqpant-..ha l 'be. entitled. for 7 --- ;''-"
such p rident't0" .emi-weekly col' ..,' I '- ..
.f. CON sTU( BE.. .'T l ection.and d sposal of garbage. Mr" .n .U .LU, Ir a..a it
,, B ,(2) Formultiple family .dwe- uners sts Graveside Rites Held
.FlCT1VE D.A (," i "'c"" ing.. Iand apartminpt. houses, the', "
- BE 1-'. 'BY' CIT.'chagehifor collecting gatbage and" First aptst I For H0Pden Infant
OF PORT. -- 4, yard rubbishh -'s'all be $2100' perry *'-i .
SSECTION 1.That Sections 1and modth or.racbi'n thereof for eac Circle Nunbe 1-. of the First Fueial services-were held
jPf riance. 157X *, 'and family. or tenant' ih-.gait mflltiple'Baptist .Clurch 'met' "Moday, Sep last'Wednesday at 400 p m from
ha.ene so a ..o efamily.g, or ;.p mentember16 at the' home of Mrs. C. e Foresir C -
T F--j.... -.' j)u. Thll e entitled for such pay; Saunderrs with eight members tery' for infant 'girl Bolden,
S SECTION-1. That the City of ment to s Weekly collection an present. t, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. Ed,'
Port St. Joe shall charge and col-. disposal of garbage.- :.. 'Mrs. Wesley, Ramsey opened the ward L. Bolden of 309 Avenue E
lect from consumers of water fur-',., (3)r Blsinesestblishments and, meeting with. the call- to prayer. The infant girl died last Mon-
nished by the City and within, the other establishients shall pay the Mrs 'M .E H. Vanla indi amp ro ..
corporate limits of the City, the: s~unm of $3.00 per month and s all M .r V Bnandinga,, pro.- day, Rev, Alexander officiated
following rates, to wit: e entitled to three (3) collections granm chairman, 'coduatet the pro- at the services.
From 0 to 4,000 gallons, $.75 per per week. If more than,three col- .gram, "Study. F'r Service". Scrip. Other survivors include mater-
thousand go~ons. '. lectiops per week are required, ture 'referbteeSb Wre taken from nal, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
4,001 to'- o,000 gallons $.45 per such establishment must make r-,.Ti ts, Mr. and Mrs.
thousand gallons. rangement with the City and pay 'T"oty. I Nathan Kitchen of Blountstown,
10,001 to 15.000 gallons $.40 per; a fee. of $1.00 for, each additional A "ort business meeting was paternal grandparents, Mr. and
thousand gallons. collection,- held and the meeting was dismis- Mrs. Dan Bolden of Port St. Joe,
15,001 to 20,000 gallons $.35 per (4) Special users of garbage tol- sed with prayer,, five sisters, Barbara Beverlyn
thousand "galo-ih ,0 o' ; lecton sertee.sue hbteas 'I'hose. enj4iin.t e social period Pinky, Iris aid Carol Bolden all
20,001' to 25,000 gallons $30 per,0 tls. eating pIAcs. etC.. sR.al 'bep
thousand gallons. $5.00 per.nt) b id &ch shall be wth Mrs ..P rs were Mrs. Rap- of Port St...Joe and four bro-
SAll. over 25,000 gallons $.25 per, entitled to at l~it f'iir (4) gari scv, Mrs. W. 4 Daugitry, Mrs. Van- others Danny, Ray; Nathan and
thousand .gallons. ibage p.eikjps~-er week. landingha'Q,, 'Mrs. Garrett, Mrs. William,' all ef Port, St. Joe.
Provided that a minimum charge (5) Wholesale users of garbage Dessie Le"ParkerMrs. W. J. Be- Prevatt Northside Chapel was
for all consumers of water shall and trash pickup and disposal ser- in rad Ml -' |- .inc. "",e 1 "o' si ...... .. wa..s
be $3.00 per ninth Ivices, which shall include super ln and r. E-C. Cqson. in charge of arrangements.
SECTION 2.' That the City of markets,, shall pay for such collec- -
Port St. Joe shall charge and col- tion service the sum of $15.00 per -- '-' .. ,
lect for each sewer connection, to month and' shall be entitled to ..
the sewer line within the corpor- daily collection for five (5) dIas nurgraves S ys Paper Com anv Goin
-ate limits of the City of Port St. each week. ', r / "i
Joe the following. .rates, to wit: (5) Other special temoprarl or At--l i t _1. I i-
40% of the amount of the charge transient userd, Such as i~Uses, Ahead W ITn rollTIo0 L control MeaSUreS
for water made to- such consumer te$ .shows. carnivals.. bol other '
during the same month. Provided miscellaneous obr .transiqjVt users .
that a minimum charge for all which shall include. liilding and Al Hargraves, Vice-President many years, and St. Joe Paper
sewer connections shall' be $1.20 construction sites, shall pay such of St. Joe Paper' Company told Company has met the the cri-
per month. "fee for garbage dh trash collec- the Port St. Joe Rotary Club teria set out by the laws. Har-
tion services. as May be reasonably
SECTION 2. This Ordinance is to determined 'bs the City Auditor ,last .Thursday at noon that the, raves said the present laws
take effect with the water and and ClTrk .bqsed unon a reasonable St. Joe Paper Company is going were not too Affective in halting
sewer billing of November 1, 1968. estimate of the anticipated services ahead with a complete pollution pollution.
INTRODUCED in 'the City Corn- required .b% the time the. license control problem before the
mission on thq 24th day of Sep- for such business shall be issued, ol New laws need some revising
tember, A. D. -1968. or the services performed, in the state clamps down further on too, the speaker said. Present
FRANK PATE, Jr., event-such collection is f6Ora build. industry throughout the state in stipulations say that 90% of
Mayor-Commissiober I ing and construction site. The rea- a program to clear up the air whatever is being dumped into
ATTEST: i onable fee for such service shall ad waterways. whatever is being dumped into
*C. .W. BROCK be set in accordance with the es- the air or water must be re-
City Auditor and Clerk 2t-9-26 timated gallpnage and yardage to Hargraves said that Florida moved. "Distilled water could be
At- '. be collected, plus an .naditionall has had anti-pollution laws for termed a pollutant under the
ORDINANCE NO 38 'sum of -tenper cept (10%) of the resent definition pollution",
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING "estimated fee to 'compensate for, present definition of. solution',
SECTION 10 OF ORDINANCE the extra duties imposed of a tem- y ~C t Hargraves said.
NO. 3 ENTITLED: "AN ORDI- poThis Ordinance shall P ent laws passed in 1965 on
NANCE MAKING IT UNLAW- I SECTION 2. This Ordinance shall Present laws passed in 1965 on
FL FOR THE OWNER OROC take effect ith billings dated No- Troop 47 of Port St. Joe Bo a state level at the urging of
CUPANT OF ANY PREMISES vember 1, 1968. '- P 4 o Pot St Joe o federal authorities, gives indus-,
CUPANLLOW G AG, IPe 0T1RDU D in th rIvE Com- Scouts had a meeting last Monday try' in the state ubtil 1973 to.
TRASH, FILTH, OR OTHER mission -he 4th day of Sep. night. clean up their wastes I Many in-,
TYPES OF REFUSE TO ACCUM- tember, A. D. 1968. The Scouts had a marching drill destries are adopting a "wait
ULATE ON HIS PREMISES; Mayor-Commissioner and one of the Scouts passed his andt see attitude, butSt. 'Joe
PROVDING FOR THE COLLEC- 'ATTEST: flag history. The Scouts are also
TION AND DISPOSAL OF GAR- AT S a 2 S c ot a so Paper Company is going: ahead
BAGE WITHIN THE CORPOR- CHARLES BROn 2t planningg a camp-out in a couple With its clean-up program.
ATE LIMITS OF PORT ST. JOE; City Auditor and Clerk 9-26 pf weeks. gas an-ip program
PROHIBITING REMOVAL BY ,- DON JERNIGAN, Hprgraves said the St. Joe.Pa-
PERSONS OTHER THAN EM- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Troop Scribe per Company hired engineers
PLOYEES OF THE CITY, OR FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL T-- the first of this year to begin
PERSONS OR FIRMS PROPER- R T STTE work on what will aiount to a
LY AUTHORIZED BY THE CITY CIRCUIT OF THE STATE NER, Attorney for Plaintiff, whose work on wa will am nt o a
CO ISSON; RE Q RIN OF FLORIDA.N AND FOR address is 900 Florida Avenue $2 million project o St. Joe.
GARBAGE CANS; PROVIDING GULF COUNTY. CASE NO. Lynn Haven. Florida, a copy of, Hargraves said that after the
FOR FEES FOR COLLECTION; WILLOW FAYE JNKS and file withthe Clerk of this program is -omplete any water
PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR -' lainifY JNK Court, the original of an Answer is toplete any water
THE VIOLATION THEREOF; laintiff, to the bill of Complaint for di- pollution problem will be sol-
AND REPEALING ANY ORDIN- ROY' TEET JIN vorce, filed .against him; herein ved and effluents into the air
ANCES IN CONFLICT THERE- Defenda^' fail not, or a default judgment will 1he so minute that one will-.
OF: AND REPEALING ANY will be entered against you. not even see smoke coming out
ORDINANCE IN C O N FLICT, NOTCE TO DEFEND ,WITNSS my hand and seal of, no even see smoke comin ut
HEREWITH." AND PROVIDING NOTICE TO: Roy Teet Jinks, Ad-. said Court at Port St Joe, Gulf of the company stacks. Har-.
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. dress Unknown. I County, Florida,: this 25th 'day of graves said that no .criteria on
BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY On br before the' 28th day of September, A. D. 1968. air pollution has yet been set,
OF PORT ST. JOE October, A. D. 1968, the Defend-" :/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE but the company is going ahead
SECTION 1. That Section 10 of ant, ROY TEET JINKS, is requir- Clerk of Circuit Court
Ordinance.No. 3 be, and it is here- ed to serve upon W..FRED TUR- SEAL) 4t--2 on this problem anyhow.
. .'. ,, .. -* .. *'(,.* .., i ,-; ,', ..
lady Bowlers Getting
Mee jackets Tmorrow .".'^
a c e s .." The Gulf County. Ladies Bowl-
SW T ....... n ., ing League met Wednesday of
by WALTER GAFFNEY who started at tackle ard line. tahoochee's, former basketball star week with the following results1
The Port "St. Joe High School backer last year, will be the cen- Jerry Locke, who is now at Chipola T J e iflt, otm w
Sharks will go after their second tel-. Iocke is thebrkother of Chat- Junior College in Marianna. oll f our games ature team
straight win :Friday night when all four games against AN
they take on ,the Chattahoochee road. Sue Parrish, bowling for t;e
High Yellow Jackets. Kick-off time winners, rolled a 386 total.
is 8:00 p.m. at Shark Stadium.c tnthwesT Florida Development Council Team No. 7 defeated Team Q.
The Sharks opened their 1968 ts 5 in all :four games with Laura
season with an impressive 25-8 Get Federal Fund Grant of $46 830 eweraing up a 40 total
victory over the Wewahitchka *; Williams, Alley Kats defeated
High c ators,., while the- Yellow i. WJOE's "Radio Actives" as Norma
J ackets edged thie theBonifay Blue In the latest issue of Congress- The Council is conducting re- Hobbs bowled a 420 total.
Devils, 7-0 in their opener. man Bob Sikes' newsletter, it was search, planning, counseling and, Whitco. and Amison tied with a
Devils, 7 0 in their opener. disci0sed that a grant of $46,830 promotional activities with other 'two and two respectively. Verna
The Sharks offensive backfield- had been made to the Northwest local, state and federal develop- Butch again rolled high for the
will be. made up of Rickey Lovett, Florida Development Council at ment programs in the ten counties Amison team with 'a 4664 total.
160 pound senior at quarterback) Bonifay by the Economic Develop- which it covers. These counties MTaryWhitfield rolled a 422 total
Dbnald Capps, 155 pound senior at ment Administration. are: Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, for Whitco.
left halfback, Mike Gainniea 8 An additional $16,006 will be Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, Wakulla, It was the secondI eightt ot bowl-
ike under at right halfbackand raised from participating counties, Walton and Washington. ing for the new season and ll the
ate urkett a 140 pound juor to meet the $62,836- budget, for op- T h e Northwest Development girls are showing. *eal pi$gress
at .fulba. ratingg costs of the Council for Council is headed by DeVane Wil- and enthusiasm. The. leagte, met
Buddy Boyette,and David Lang. the current fiscal year. liams of Bonifay. again last night at 7:30 p. ,'
ston will, both* see plenty of ac-I
tion from the left end position,
Jimmy -Davis will be starting at
At the tackle slots will be 175i I ,i eA c
pound senior Robert Nobles and I l
210 pound senior,. Rickey Robert,. "1' 1 B
t 'ry Parrish,or Larry M"vFar-erybody Rd'e I" '
land 'will start at left guard while: tfril dF .. m
Don Jamiso riwill.'be at right guard.H ,m r fr -
Chris Earley, a 160 pound sen.
ior, will be 'the starting center. FOR SALE: Large frame house FOR RENT:. Two bedroom house HELP WANTED, MALE or FEP
QuarterbaOking the Yellow Jack. and lot. Three bedrooms, large at? Beacon Hill. Well equipped MALE: Ambitious person needed
ets will be Dano Flore. Fiore, a living room, one bath. Total price for year round living. Phone Jean due to expansion. Serve consumers
'160 pound senior, is a sprint-out $4,000. 509 Woodward Avenue. Arnold 648-4800. tfe-9-12 with Rawleigh. Products full or .
type passer .ut is, adaptabe to an Phone 229-2826. Itp -- spare time. Can earn $125 per
type passer, but is, adaptable to any Phone 229-2826. .I FOR SALE:1 Used automatic wash. week or more. Write Rawleigh C
situation, and can turn on the speed FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry :ing machine and Beckwith -pi- R. 'McDaniel Memphis Tenn.,
for the run. home., Hardwood floor, fall pan- ano. Phone 648-6200. tfc-9-5 38102. T'FI-106-765. 2tp-9-26
-Jo -inin ,in the backfi,- eling. Equity and assume payments
.-Joining i re, in the ba ield of $63.50 monthly. 1312 Marvin FOR SALE: Electrolux floor clean- -FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
wUlr ue S hyaforrs .and Bobby Avenue. Phone 229-2826. ltp er and polisher. Excellent condi.- cosmetics Call Mabel Baxley,
Funderburk at halfbacks and Lar- S be om k ion or will trade for good type- 2 a
ry Pitts at fullback. Morris a 135' FOR SALE5 2 Sbedroom wockt ousene writer?. Call292 4 8..,1229- 6100 after 5 'p.m. 1109, Mon-
at 502 I -inu street u wt f neument Ave. tfc-9-2
pound senior runs te 100: yard back yard. Phone 227-7916. 2tp-19 FOR SALE: W161 Chevrolet engine,
dash in 10seconds.-. FOR SALE: House. 3 bedrooms, 2 u cylinder" ard accessories, plus
.Edward McWhite, a 150 pound baths, 2 carports, central heat- transmission (manual). All for $150 NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
senior and Ronnie Bowens, a 155 i aths, 2 carports, central bet-1 227-4611. Bob Elbey. Apalachicola, Florida
pound senior,' will'be at the ter- ing, 2 acres land. Has to be seen Apalachicola Florida
ound seor, llbe at he to be appreciated. Phone 648-3332 FOR SALE: Maroon 1965 Mustang.iday and Satura
aSe r Gg n or 229-2061 tfc-5-30 3-speed, 6 cylinder, excellent con- Friday and Saturday
.Seieor Greg Harrison and sopho-, edition. Call 227-5056 .after 5 p.m. TWO PICTURES -
'hore John Dunrian will be the. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame tfc-9-19 ,
Din --- Chnarlton Heston in
guards.' home, %l baths, separate d ining C r i. .i '.. i
Charles Pittan, a .160pounder viqg room, large kitchen knott FOR RENT: Furnished apartment "PLANET OF THE APES"
and Harry Mathrs a senior at in walls r throughout, 2 large at 1317 Long Avenue. Phone 227-
and t i Harry Mathers a senior at 105 end porches, fenced in back 7772., tfe-9-19 soE sTi
po eLcds, wi 1 b 2 the tackles. yard. Equity anO payments or re- OR SALE'' Westinhouse clothes
in ae 1 ar Cr 22 FOR SALE: Westinghouse clot hes
Dle Locke, a 172pound senior finance 125 Hunter Circle. 227. ..
5577. tfe.3-14 darer. I .ctnic range and a
.rl' h^r vi-^L"1p Pn v;- R"R ji j n nn^ .
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home. 1310
Woodward' Ave. Den, carpet in
living.room. % ton window air
conditioner, new outside paint, nat-
ural gas heating find hot water-
system. Spacious yard with well
for watering. Home in excellent
co dibon.-Priced to sell. Cpll 227-
FOR SALE: .3 bedroom home. 2
-baths, living rooi;"dlining room,
kitchen, carport, screened front
porch breezeway, 3 large lots., St.
Joe Beach, Gulf Street. Rt. 3, Box
FOR SA.E or RENT: 3 bedroom
house. 2 baths, hardwood floors,
built-in kitchen. Contact 227-8828
or 639-2231. 2tp-9-26
FOR RENT: Tr.vel jailer. Sleeps
four, $35.00 week. See Bill.Swea-
by at 201 Madison St., Oak Grove.
iients. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans
They must be seen to be ipprec
lated Also NICE TRAILER PARK
ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi-
co Lodge Apartments and Trailer
,Park. White City. tic-10-12
I FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
house with fenced yard, screen
porch, closed garage, living room
and dining area carpeted. Automa-
tic heat. Part of house air condi-
tigned. Phone 227-8536 after 5:00.
p.m. ., :
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
room cottage on St. Joe Beach.
Reasonable rates. Call 227-83491 or
FOR RENT: Large unfurnished 2
bedroom house. Nice neighbor--
hood. Fenced back yard, automatic
heat, attic fan. Phone 227-8536 af-
ter 5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom nicely fur-,
nished house at St. Joe Beach. I
Call 227-4431. tfc-9-26
FOR RENT: Warehouse space and
storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co.
Phone 227-4271. tfc-6-8
irI's unicyci. ruuu,, uo-ouu. Z i PIANOS
FOR FREEI Nothing to'buy. No- Re-n- Bal..d.i P .i n
thing to sign .. just come gelyen t N 2 5a
any or all of foir lively, healthy NLY 50 PER WEEK
kittens..Two solid black, two black All m iey applied to purchase
with white underside and feet. I
Daddy' is a siamese, momma is a C & H PIANO
black and white cat. First come, 1 W453 811 HarrMsen
first served. These won't' last long. | P.sama City, Florida i;
One owner. Creampuffs. Call The 'ii
Star, 227-3161 or see at 11'1 Allen -
Memorial Way after 6:00 p.m. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
I B-Buford IGriffin. Phone 229-2937
FOR SALE: At a bargain. Good o01 229-3097.
used lumber. 2x12s, 2x8s, 4x4s,
wallboard. At about half price. In
front of boat landing at 416 First D ,pAM
Street, Highland View. 2tc-9-26 C.- EthereUge
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guartniee n labor and materials
Low dow payments Phone 227
GOOD SELECTION of uped TV's.
Arnold's Furnituri & TV. 323
Beid .Ave. e3-29
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
51 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.m
Call 2294986 for Free Estimate
HEATH RADIO and I
t phone 22F-5019
4t "Oak Grove 2-1 i
All work guaranteed
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on SU ,
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, See.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11 6.,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg seeqnd arid fourth Tuesday
nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
muncation of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 pjn.'.
L. L. BURGE Secretary
JAMES HORTON, W. M.
,. .,-t .
THE, STAR, Pof St. Joe, I-lIorid THURSDAY, September 26, 1968 PAGE ELEVEN
SEPT. 25, 26, 27 and 28
"Tablerite Smoked Whole' or Shank Half
,-. -' -, ._:\
TABLERITE MOKED H -
SHANK POUII N lb.
TABLERITE SMOED' .
BUTT OPTION --lb.
SOIL a HAM
S :Place a TableRite Smoked Ham Butt or
". shank portion in'kettle, cover with cold
: water, 1 cut-up medium onion and one bay
leaf. Bring slowly to a boil, cover, lower
heat and let simmer until tender; time de-
S ends on size. Last 30 minutes of cooking,
add peeled medium size potatoes and car-
rots (one each per person) when cooked, :
remove from liquid and keep hot. Into :
: simmering liquid add small green cabbage, :
shredded-cover and cook 8 minutes. Drain
cabbage, place on platter, top with slices
of boiled ham, surround with "
boiled potatoes and carrots.
Serve hot-pass. the mustard
P.S. Take advantage of IGA's
fall cheese festival.
GROUND BE.EF -------- 3 lbs. $1.19
COUNTRY SAUSAGE --- 2 lb. bag 89c
BREADED VEAL or CHOPPED SIRLOIN 5 TO PKG.
CLARK'S CHOPPED STEAKS .-- 20 oz. 89c
SAVE EVEN MORE WITH A $10.00 PURCHASE
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
CHEER DETERGENT -- --king size 99c
WITH $10.0o RDER OR MORE
FOLGER'S COFFEE ----.-- 1 Ib. can 59c
WmH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR --- lb. bag 49c
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
1 doz. Large or 2 dbz. Small EGGS ---FREE
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
M A Y 0 N N A I S.E ------- quart jar .49:
NUGGET WITH $10.00 ORDER OR -MORE
COOKING OIL --- -- No. 10 jug 89c
PRIDE BONELESS COOKED
IGA NO. 303 CANS
PEAR HALVES --
SLICED--BACON ---------lb. pkg.
3 cans 89c
.SWEET- 10 -6 oz. btl.
IGA DEUCIOUS '
PEANUTBUTTER-... 2 lb. jar
LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz. can 29c
PEACH PRESERVES ---18 oz.
NECK BONES ----
PORK LIVER ------------- b. 29c
SAVE 4c to 8c A DOZEN ON ALL RICH'S EGGS!
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
LARGE EGGS -------- dozen 65c
MEDIUM EGGGS --- -2 dozen $1.09
SMALL EGGS ---'- 3 dozen $1.00
MILK 7 A $1.OO
ASEPTIC -- REG. 75c
REG. 69c USTERINE
TOOTHPASTE --------- thrift pak 59c
REG. 69c BOTLE OF 2 .....
EFFERDENT, TABLETS -----bl. 59c
EVERYDAY LOW. PRICES
SAVE 5c BROWN AND SERVE
IGA ROLLS Pkg.
IGA ROLLS I "N.
, ALL FLAVORS IGA
Pork & Beans 5
SUPREME ROUND HIAL,
No. 2AI f
29c ICE CREAM
No. 303 '
o10 OUNCE 49Gc
COOL WHIP.-.-.-..-- qt. pkg. 53c
FISH STEAKS ------- 14
POUND CAKE -------- 12
oz. pkg. 59c
oz. pkg. 79;
BLUE BONNET OLEO
VELVEETA CHEESE 2
CREAM CHEESE --
FRESH GA. FIELD, FILL YOUR FREEZER
FALL CROP TENDER
FRESH SHELLED FILL YOUR FREEZER, NOW!
BAG 39c LARGE FLORIDA LEMONS .---._ dozen 39c
CRISP EATING APPLES:---- 3 bags $1.00
TURNIPS ------... bch. 39c
BAGS U S POSTAGE I Permit No. 30
Sec. 34.66 P.L&R. BOX HOLDER
Port St. Joe, Fla. RURAL ROUTE
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
K OKRA 1
lb. loaf $1.09 'RESiI SHELLED
8 oz. pkg. 29c Blac keye
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
L -~~13~1 ~-s
F Iu Is Jo. Fio.tIwjURIDA.Y, Sptembi r6,t1W8 I
If you can't stop,..
be ready to start
So, stop first at the brake service
shop that displays the NAPA
Sign of Good Service and De-.
pendable Parts. You can be' sure
and not sorry with Brake Parts
that bear the NAPA Seal be-
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guaranteed de-
pendability available only
through the service-repair shojV
that show the NAPA Sign.
and save a
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
Midget Investments That Y eld
I G H
T THIS YEAR
03 .3 C U. I N.
W W 0 0 C
PL1EIL IOR WHIEND
ort St. Jo, FlorIdA
Scheduled for Tuesd
The annual examination for
State General Teachin Nrsng
and Exceptional Child Teaching
'Selholarship Loans, will be of-
fered on October 15. The first
two of.these will-be offered to
seniors and the last to college
students who are-pursuing excep-
tional child teaching. .
Applications for these exam-
inatiohis'can be obtained at the
Superintendent's office in the
courthouse.in Port St., Joe. Ex-
aminations will be held in the
Highway Patrol Outl
'Practices for Pedest
TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Highway Patrol today outlined, the
State's safety regulations that ap-
ply 'to pedestrians and bicyclists
for the benefit of students return-
ing- to.school. V
Colonel H. N. Kirkman, Director
of the Department of Public Safe-
ty said, "Bicyclists and' pedestrians
have specific duties and responsi-
bWties spelled out in Florida's Sta-
tutes. Students returning to school_
this year should know and obey
these laws. They were made for
Kirkman. said the law calls for
pedestrians to use sidewalks where
available or if not to. walk on the
left side of theroadway facing traf-
fic, Streets should lie crossed at
crosswalks-where available. Never
leave the curb and walk or run
into the street and always obey
'the pedestrian control signals. It
is unlawful for pedestrians to stand
on the paved- portion of the road-
Introducing the new Lincoln-Mercury cars.
Three different cars you've never seen before,
for people who have never
been in our showroom before.
New Marquis. The most dramatically styled car since the Continental Mark II
ou Won't see a medium-priced car like Ihis in any other showroom. Marquis has a dramatic elegance, a majestic beauty that only the cr*Ot
of theContinental MarlrUl could make. With this styling and the surprising price, you have, no excuse to settle for a dull little car.
New Marauder X-100. Now you don't have to sacrifice comfort if you want a sporty road car. '
A full-size rood car with more thrills per inch than anything that has ever been in our showroom. You getachoice of bench, Twin-Comfort, or bt
Ieots styled aluminum wheels, a horn that blows by squeezing the steering wheel rim, a 429-cu. In., 4-barrel V-8 and rakish fender skirts-all standard,
te -o New American Cougar with a c' nn far .:
vqpO, f vanf f twinuch fun they or* to drive. That hait changed. But he looks have. Compare oi1 ffie foreign6-- Sa
Anything the Europeans can do we can do better. Cougar is now available as a convertible.And rinzgr ,.maenu to be Iha.besateqohaippyd-iagu
sports car In lits class. A big 351-bc Ilt V8 is sta rd.kSortpCo lhoe d seq al reo tua and bucket sos.
A b ig 3 5 L -c4 k d -- ,Wb c e o t
with the nmti excfi ng nwwcm n
St. Joe Motor Company
-. ment ofPu
is for Scholarships Basic Needs to rin
lay, October 15 ForeSt Reduce Accidents edKirkman
Board room in the Superinten TALLAHASSEE Mature education 1
dent's, office on October 15. keI 1 S judgement and a good education in in most sct
The examination itself will re. I.0 *a safe driving were cited today 'by yet obtain
quire 70 minutes net testing e the Florida Highway Patrol as the driver educ
time and. will be administered basic needs to reduce the number ble in you
between 9:00 and 11:00 am. by CHARLES REEVES Iof accidents involving drivers of urge that y
Scores from a previous scholar. County Forester bigh school age. Driver du
ship examination may not be "The number of students driving eive profe
used. cars or motorcycles to' school is become safe
For any information pertain. During times of drought and cri- ties have county fire control. This' on the increase, as a look at school eluded.
ing to the scholarship tests con- tical fire buildup, the smoke from means that Florida Forest Service parking lots will tell. The student
tact B. C. Maddox at the office grass, woods and muck fires crews and equipment can operate, 'who has the priviledge of driving
of the Superintendent or the creates a deadly highway condition, fighting not merely swamp and to school must also accept the re-
high school principals. Earlier this year, during muck'fires but open. wildfire as p'uuribilitY that -arcm anies 'it.
Florida's spring drought, came re- well. Mature .judgement is essential to
ines Ports of a series of traffic accidents Fire control means that the tools safe motoring,".said Colonel H. N.
lines Safety directly caused' from smoke-and of trained skill, tower, radio, tank Kirkman, Director ofth Depart- I Willno
-fog reducing highway visibility to ers, airplanes, firefighting tractors for any de
rians, Cyclists near zero. Deaths occurred. ManYand plows can be thrown against as incidental., ared by
miles of roads and highway were damaging, costly, and dangerous Quite apart from muck, fires, date ot, th
way to "hitch-hike" a ride. closed. | fire. Of course, fire protection. is Floridians should note that during EDWA
According to Kirkman bicyclists To say the least, Florida's much but one device for helping the land- the first four months of 1968 a
must obey traffic control devicesvaunted image of sunshine and owner get more from his land. total 100,000 forest acres 'were
and righobey trafficay references be- blue skies was, marred. Infinitely With increasing taxes and no more damaged or destroyed. .
cause theyhave re same rigen tsmore serious, Florida to some had "cheap" land available, all land With the demand for forest ma- Fuel
and duties as the driver of a ve- suddenly come to mean tragedy. must be profitably used. Every pos. terial continuing to grow such for-
hnle. In addition no more persons and loss of loved ones. |sible acre should be made produc- est damage from fire means loss
may ride on a bicycle than it was In some parts of Florida, muck tive. The planted forest is perhapsin dollars, jobs, and payrolls on
intended to carry. Never "hitch" fires are particularly troublesome, the most effective method for s the market now and in the 1970's
a ride on a car or truck. Bike ri- burning for weeks Or" months and doing. and 80's. Other lost values of soil,
ders should always ride as near all the while adding to dangerous :The point is: muck fires alone water, wildlife, and outdoor re-
to the right side as possible and not highway "smog" c o n d it io n s. might not justify the whole effort creation add significantly' to the
more than two abreast. Where bi- Swamps, usually a natural fire bar- of trained and heavily-equipped damage
cycle paths are provided they must rier, in dry weather magnify the firefighters. Yet, with the, whole The Florida Forest Service is in- What
be used. problems of wildfire. It is the once- field of forestry so important terested in tree planting, refor- Fuel fo
wet, swap areas where so many and growing annually the in- estatioon, timber management, and A lubr
Kirkman concluded by saying, muck fires relentlessly carve their cidentals are handled somewhat protection 'from wanton loss by
"In 1967 there were 97 pedestrians [ underground caverns. like the "bonus benefit" of an in- fire. Let's work together and watch
and 26 bicyclists of school age kill- Florida Forest Service rangers 'surance plan. the forest economy of Florida grow Call y
ed in Florida. Many of these deaths totaled 44 separate muck fires In view of fatalities actually from the present 1.2 billion dollar Man
could have been prevented by fol- burning at one time in a three caused by muck fires, it is difficult annual value. J. LAM
lowing the rules of safe walking county area of central Florida. i if not callous to classify that type But incidentally, we're interested "Standar
and riding." Fifty-eight of Florida's 67 coun- fire 'as a nuisance, or its control in muck fires!
Tests Planned for
Applications for the Navy's
twenty-third- annual Regular
NROTC qualification test are now
available according to Mrs. -Clyde'
A. Fite, (acting counselor) at the
Port St. Joe High School This na-
tionwide examination will be given
on 14 December 1968, and all eli-
gible male high school seniors and
graduates mpaymapply ..-.
On the basis of this test, perso-
nal interviews, medical examina-
tions, and other factors, Mrs. Fite
explained, about 1,700 young men
will enter the Regular NROTC
Program as midshipmen at
NROTC units in 53 colleges and un-
iversities throughout the nation.
Male citizens of the United States
who will be at least 17 but not yet
21 on 30 June 1969, and who are
now high school seniors or recent
graduates, may be eligible to ap-
ply for the test. Those who attain
qualifying scores will be interview-
ed and given rnedical examinations
next January and February.
A successful candidate receives
financial aid for four years of col-
lege. This includes tuition and ed-
ucational fees, books, uniforms,,
and $50.00 per month subsistence
allowance. After 'successfully com-
pleting baccalaureate degree re-
quirements and naval training, gra-
duates are commissioned as offi-
eers in the U. S. Navy or Marine
Regular NR 0 T C midshipmen
participate in three summer at-sea
training periods with various naval
units. These periods assist them in
learning about the variety of in-
teresting 'and challenging, oppor-
tunities available to them as naval
or marine corps officers.
Registrations for the test will
close 15 November 1968. 1969
NROTC Bulletins containing eligi-
bility requirements and qualifying
test applications are available from
Top Soil Gravel Sand
Ready-Mix Coucrete Fill Dirt
Tractor and Dump Truck Work
Day Phone, 227-2434 Night PhonI~ -2S14 j
322 Monument Avenue
Port SL. Joe, Florida
967 there were 42,256
high school age involv-
emphasized that driver
classes were available "
hools. "If you have not
d a license to drive and
ation classes are availa-,._
r school, we strongly
ou enroll in the course
cation offers the oppor- '
potential drivers 'to re-
ssional instruction and'
b drivers," Kirkman con-
-longer lbe responsible
bts other than .those in-
me personally after the
4e first publication. p.9f
September 19, 1968.
LRD YOUNGBLOOD 4t
ir lube needs?
you need, we have.
r all your equipment
icant for every part.
your Standard Oil
n in Port St. Joe
KAR (Pete) MILLER
d Oi Company (lnc. in Ky.)
f -. HE STAR, Port St. Joe. Florida THURSDAY, September 26 1968 PAGE 'I'JN gJgN
S .,pate in a bond election to be called 241, Florida Statutes.
LeJ and held on the 5th day of NoVem-. 'NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN Minutes of The
hil++,Cg l ber, 1968, for the purpose of sub. that the record of qualified elec- Minutes f T FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
I emitting to the qualified electors tors who are freeholders residing F
who are freeholders residing in in Gulf County who re-register at BOARD PUf PUBLIC IN T CTCIN Interseetion Monument aOl comesittiom
Tf H CI, R CUITCOUT, ,m Gulf County, Florida, and have re-the registration provided for in Wll V l VI t lIL lif --
".I TEENTHE~JICIAL CR registered as provided herein the this notice, being the latest record REV. O. MICHAEL SL, MTLLXa
S TTNT .TUDIC IA-, question of the issuance of not of re-registered alifLed electors
A.D GOFUESTATEOF iereediTg One Mdllion One -Ran-who are freehold ers residing in +ChurchSchool: 9:4.5
RID IN AND FOR Ged1,00,- said County shall supersede prior PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA one paragraph relating to the ad- MORNING WOR.SHIP A
Y EUGENE TA9 Shool n o.nof Gpeafl reco th e The Gulf County Board of Public rooms, attendanceand testing The Methodist Youth Fellowhip P
Blalatf, County, Florida, for the purpose said County, and in said bond elec Inst on etn omme E ning WonEhp ...., 7:30 p6. P
financing the cost of acquiring, tio" to be held in Special Tax on the above date. The following News Herald relating to the re-
MAY AYLO lagi f oo Di t of mCo members were present and acting: port unfortunately would .leave an Bible Study (Wednesday) .. 7:80 P.M.
S Defendant. otherwise improving school build. ty, Florida, on November 5, 1968, Mr. William Roemer, Sr., Chair- impression with the general public "Where Old Fashioned Friendlies. Still Surives"!
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION t.- i school unds, or other and in any bond election thereaf- man; Mr. Gene Raffield, Mr. J. K that the board was grossly ineffi- ,
NOTICE Y TO: DOROTHY MAY .o esc poo purposes, r fo thepur- ter the power to issue bonds shall Whitfield; Mr. B. J. Rich, Sr. cient in its operation of the admin-7
TAYLOR, whoseresidence is un approving any act with be- based upn the approval of the Board Member Money was ab- istrative programs relating to Gulf-
kftown. t reference thereto. majority of the votes cast in an sent County lunchrooms, attendance
te On or before eth day of O TICE S THER election n which a major The Superintendent was pre- and testing programs, and would I T A PTIT
na e City Floridaaco of t unt for an dng period Datedhis 10th day of Septem- for the school year 1968-69 Flonda of any actvtesor ne- SUNDAY SCHOOL .. 9::4 A .
Court the oBig of o and answer dic b 16,o and elndin wit BOARD OF COUNTY tive of the St. Joe Paper Company of Gulf County for which thea y are MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 1:00 AM.
e lte iofComplamtfordvorce and including October 19, 1968, at COMMISSIONERS OF GULF appeared as an interested party. responsible. TRAINING UNION-... :30' P1M .
Athe offce of the Supeisor of COUNTY, FLORIDA No one else appeared to discuss he se of the word "misfens-
sWitness my hand and seal oEletionf Guf Couty, i the By: J AMES G. McDANIEL, the budget. Board Member Raf- ance" in the Grand Jury report EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 7:30 P.M.
ad Court, at s od of County Courthouse in the City of Chairman field moved that the budget be a- denotes a failure to do a lawful PRAYER MEETING (Wedneda) 7:30 PM.
County Floda, this rd ay of ort St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida, ATTEST: 4t-9-12 cepted and sent to the State De- act in the plropermantner. The elf-,
September, A.D., 196 or between the h ursoff .9:00o'clock GEORGE Y. CORE, apartment of Education for appro- 'fect of the .use of this word wes Cm an WohiGodwi; Uar"
GEORGEs Y. CORE Mrr o Clerk of the 'Circut Court of Gulfval. Boarc Memer Rich secon- to sa that the Graend Jury feltt :. Come and Wo Grship Go Wnith r
Clerk of Circuit Court fo t 1:00 o'clock .. and uCl er o nt Florida and extofficio ed thit of et e motion. All voted YES., that they would conduct these pro -__ _..... _____UN,, _________- __'____-
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-5 o' clockPM on e udch ay in said Clerk oF the Board of County Comr. The Board discussed the final rams in a d different manner than
period except Sundays and legal missioners of Gulf County, Florida report of the Gulf County Grand that which the Board does. No-
NOTICE holidays Section 3. This resolution shall Jury, and the manner in which the where in the report did the Grand
NOTICE OF-RE-.EGISTRATION eAny person who is a qualified take effect immediately. 4t-9-12 Panama City News Herald hand- rv state the nature of the inef- You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
OF QUAFIED. ELECTORS WHO elctor and freeholder residing ied the publicity on the report. ficiencies of the actual misfeasace BAPTISTC
ARE' F OLDERS RESIDING Gulf County may re-register or NOTICe TO BID ,PPThe followdintgo sttemen is -hi allege htnordid the LON'G A NU B P lT
GULFECOUR.TYFOR E A.EPUR .aidboneectonottheoffce of Notice isherebygiventhto l was issued to the Panama City Grand Jury say that thn Board" Cm n Wo rsip ,U
OSE OF IC]NATION A the Supervisor of Elections of Gulf Local 379 will receive sealed bids mNwsaHeraldtree th ar Publshing was not 'admin stering these pro- Corner Long Av'nue and 16th Street
IN GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, ON in Port St. d oe, Florida, during the be done on property owned by said Cot an oul agreed b Aloh hthe narna C e..
SE period and a the ties set outLocal located at 506 Sixth Street, ttw unniol r^eb-t .o ^ Aus t th s d SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:4M A.M.
1968, AT WHICH BOND ELEC- above Prt St. Joe Florida the Board that it was unfortunate that the Randd .Turv was critical M RNING WORSHIP 1100 AM.
TICON THE QUETION OF THE IS o person will be permitted to Sai bkimds wll cal for tihe fur Jm f te eh r of Hre- t h na CtNBArTloST TRdialleG UNION .....noH e5P.M'
"SUANCE OF NOT EXCEEDING voe or participate in said bond nishing of labor for aid" work ac- failed to Place emphasis on the loway, principal of Wewahitchka BAPTIST TRARING UNION ..... 5:45 P.M.
'$1,100,000.00 SCHOOL BONDS OF election to be held in Special Tax cording to specifications now on that the Grand Jury report Hih School. th rert doe s not EVENING WORSHIPC 7:00 PJL
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT School District No. 1 of Gulf Coun- 'file with W. J. Herring, 405 16th cotaned at leas ten tems n contain any cticis thi re RAYERSERVICE Wednesday 7:30 PM
NO. 1 OF GULF COUNTY, FLO- ty. Florida. on the 5th day of No- 'Street. Port St. Joe. Florida; J wo -port comm ng te B spec. It smn drenohs that a PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
IDA, WILL BE SUBMITTED TO member, 1968, unless such person Hewett, 523 Ninth Street, Port St Its work in the public senhool sys nPtition was. prented to the
THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS is a ualifid elector who is a Joe. Floria; and J L. Sims 22 te Infacttheonlyinefficiencies Grand Jury by over one unreRS ALWAYS W COME
WHO ARE FREEHOLDERS RE freeholder residing in Gulf Coun Sixth Street, Port St. Joe, Florida. alleged n the entire report were in ctiens roestn the resignation V ALWA W
SIDING INGULF COUNTY, FLR- ty, Florida. and has re-registed No bids will be considered unless of Harrll C. Holloway. as nci-
IDA. .' as a qualified elector who is a bid in accordance with the specd- gent upon the- successful bidder cal of Wewahitchka HiPh School REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
NOTICE IS -fEREBY GIVEN freeholder residing in Gulf Coun- fications which may be obtained proving to the, satisfaction of said Th" Board did not consider this as Air Conditioned Centally Heatel
that a re-registration of the qualiA ty, Florida, in the re-registration from any of the three individuals Local that he is iaancially respon- a function of the Grand Jury to de-
fied electors who are freeholders provided for in this notice and by named above. sible to handle said contract and torsine who should b.e hired and
residing in Qulf County, Florida, is resolution adopted September 10, Bids will be received up to 7:00 will be based upon a written con. fired in the Gulf _ont-y -public
hereby called and ordered by the 1968; provided, liowever, that any o'clock P.M.,October 10, 1968. Bids tract to be entered by said Local school system.S
Board of County Commissioners of qualified electors residing in the should be sealed and delivered to and the successful ladder. The Board instructed their at-
Gulf County, Florida, for the pur- district who are freeholders may either of the above named trustees. UPP LOCAL 379 tourney to immediate file a Mo-
pose of securing an up-to-date-list vote at said bond election upon UPP Local 379 reserves the right BY ITS BOARD of TRUSTEES tion before the Court to expunge S E
of qualified electors who are free- complying with the requirements to reject any and all bids. If any By: JOE HEWETr, Trustee paragraph 7 of the further recom- S F
holders in said County to partici- of sub-section (4) of Section 100.- bid is awarded, it will be contin- 3tc-9-19 mendat inefficiencies the Grand Jury relat- "d'' JHiL H
failed^^^ming to inefficiencies on the rounds tII-on LU.VenS -:
-ficiencies mentioned in said re- For A Good.Deal On: apo
$ 0 C Bort as to the administrative pro- PLymG I. 0 L
grams relating to Gulf County I iyrnuth, Chrysleror
A lunchrooms, attendance and test-
ing programs, nor was there any f S Y Imperial I T Sa -
Scharge that the board had not law-
'llfully' carried out these programs. ,
-THE. Q It was unanimously agreed by
a d e r r e the Board that the rPanama City Ron..IS
INews Herald be immediately re- Panama City Chrysler
quested to print in print of equal
ATMSPf lSIZES TO FI THESE size as thatB of their article of Au Plymouth, Inc.
si d W ORLD FAM OUS CARS...Plu Mny ust 11. 1968, other answer of the 15th St., Panama City a
*HIM S- Othe1 ModeThere being no further business, Phone 785-4372
S. ii nbes i rthe Board adjourned to meet again
residing .r" in regular session on September 3,r
Ihreby cbdo11968 at 9:00 AM, E.S.T. --
S: .' "r SWILLIAM ROEMER, Sr.
S-to am Rru Pe e RRO RA Sp SP R s.B ARO, N CrrAIh 7 o
IDtE' 'hwBoys ands Gfirl s
VAL AGES 8- 18
K i HIGH PERFORMANCE TIRES
...Original Equipment on America's Finest '68 Cars E A R NTO
SdNearly 2" wider thian t FB's
Consntinl WIDE OVAl. your present ir es
l The Super Sports Wide Meacurys a '
.. Ovala... another Fireetonae
-efirst. Developed and
eIgin n sged abter yeays of
extensive reasarth ho build, .
a sarer,emsier riding, better Mustangs" ""l
tactZo tre foryouaa. 1 _aFREE BOWLING CLASSES ARE NOW AV-AT yTE FOR THE STU-
gus i1.1er, rue a col er s -eo o he I.
eaieru -d pcoole o. DENTS IN OUR AREA. Absolutely no Charges for these lessons and
ventional tie. Ih Plymouths no obligation on theipat of the students or their parents. Everybody
finest .1968 Ghih-perlor oPlus $2,.25 1 can learn 'o BQWL ]RE AND IT'S FUN!
manBW care. Get them now to $2.64
for your car. Handsome Per Tire Skylrks
white or red stripe. Don't Fed. xci e
la MAROG.. FIRST CLASS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28-
GUARANTEED Trr JusT BRING THE COUPON BELOW TO THE BOWLING LANES
,*.* sW*-, v*.==.., .-- ANY SIZE LISTED :T..,.._.__
S asel hu e .mintml.es E70.14(7.35.14)+. 0 ..C) F70-14(7.75-1475)I ST. JOE BOWLING 'lANES West Highway 98 229-37868
G P ERO Y DWN HURRY! ges
NOrigina.E..m EY DOWArc'F neLi6(Please Print)
Frtn eSf.ie TkM-hPa!rl'nly' 'LEA RN'" TOm i 'PT '-O
+ i-The Baf Tlr* ...Take Months to Payl ..ny
r Priced as shown at Firestone Storesu competitively priced at Firestone Dealerk an.' -* all service stations displaying the Firestone gn SCHOO ....... GRADE
SV YES: I'd like to have the a student receive your FREE BOWLING
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER eL ErsS
Sr""aret or Guardian's Signature)
I 1 .
THU~.TRPer~t ,l.~Fiotdiia -THURSDAY, Seiambsr 24, 1968
cI CKO ..IME :800
PORT ST. JOE HIGH STADIUM
SEPT. 20 --- Wewahitchka, H
SEPT. 27 -----Chattahoochee, H
OCTOBER 4 ---------Baker, T
OCTOBER 11 ------Graceville, H
OCTOBER 18 -- Monticello, T
OCTOBER 25 ------- Chipley, H
NOVEMBER --- Wakulia, T
NOVEMBER 8 --- Bonifay, H
NOVEMBER 15 ------Quincy, T
NOVEMBER 22 --- Blountstown, H
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS COMPANY
Genuine NAPA Parts
COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
Pete Hortedse Rocky
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
"Call Someone Long Distance"
Florida First National Bank
at PORT ST. JOE
West Florida Gas and Fuel
"Our Rolling Pipelines Never End'
DANLEY FURNITURE CO
"Make Your House A Home"
-1968 SHARK FOOTBALL SQUAD
Port 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: Davil Maddox, Larry
McFarland, Don Jamison, Jimmy Lancaster, Robert No-
bles, Chris Earley, Ricky Anderson, Charles Britt. Back
THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY THESE SHARK 'BOOSTERS
Roche Furniture & Appliance Co.
PREVATT FUNERAL HOME
24-Hour Ambulance Service
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.
Easy Credit Low Prices
COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Port St. Joe's Store of Fashion
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
2 Pharmacists On Duty
GULF SERVICE STATION
Aubrey R. Tomlinson
GEORGE G. TAPPER CO., Inc.
HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
Your Independent Insurance Ageht Phone 227-2011
Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
Save by the 10th Earn.from the 1st
ST. JOE ICE COMPANY
and DIXIE SEAFOOD COMPANY
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 Bar-
kett, Eddie Holland, Charles Smith, Steve Adams, Terry
Parrish, Glen Harper, Ricky Robertson and David Lang-
ston. ( '-Star photo
ST. JOE ECON-O-WASH
and MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
RAFFIELDS FISHERIES, Inc.
"Serving Seafood to tife S6uth"
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
STANDARD OIL COMPANY'
SWATT'S & PARKER MOTOR CO.
New and Used Cars Auto Repairs
THE DAIRY BURGER
Enloy A Sandwich and A Shake After the Game
ST. JOE NATURAL GAS CO., Inc.
Live Better With Natural Gas
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