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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR


Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalichicelei-CGhattoohee Valley"

VOLUME XX THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1957 -'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Sl~ w o y fb NUMBER 52


Faf*46*B H*School Board Trims Budget By

ETAOIN SHRDLU Two Mills From Last Year's Amount
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
SThe Srhool Board cut two mills their budget on an $11,800,000 fi,
School belt will ring again nextfrom the General Fund segment of ure given to them by the tax asses
d d fo ids. its budget last Friday morning, or, Sammy Patriik, in July)-wlt
the old grind e That action, brought about after a the additional monies coming i1
figure it is the old grind". We say somewhat lengthy discussion, re- the School Board would be able i
thWe are partial t so thisgood. decision duced the General Fund millage set aside funds for future constru
of the are localrtiaschools to return to from a proposed 10 mills to an ac- tion in sufficient amount to elin
the s ttual assessment of eight mills., nate the necessity for borrowing
wil the eeach a student to read, add t For a while, several of the mem- and incurring an interest debt.
will teach a student to read, add bears seemed reluctant to set the Members Brogdon and War
and subtract and a little of the his- village back. Their thinking was voiced this thought, and it wa
tory of his country and he world. that with the additional monies shared by Superintendent Tomm
I tell you, it's a sad S tuation coming in (the consequence of a Owens, who expressed 'the sam
when you hear some of the high finalized tax roll figure of $12,- idea at an earlier meeting.
school graduates read (or try to an 205,000, when they had earlier based Climax of the whole discussion
read) these days. They just can'
do it. We are glad the school peo- came about when Fennon Talle
ple way off somewhere In their C hLft l To ne made a motion to cut the Genera
air-conditioned offices finally found Schools To Open Fund village from 19 to eight. H
this out. R had said earlier that 'the Boar


Another a little gripe we have
with the kids is .-hat old gripe, "I
just can't learn under that teacher".
I imagine we have better teach-
ers now than ever before, certainly
,:hey have more formal education
than ever before.
We would imagine some of this
not being able to learn under a cer-
tain teacher could just possibly be
a slight laziness and lack of am-
bition on the part of the student.
-Frankly, I remember when I went
to school I learned much more from
the textbook than I learned fr >m
the teacher. I won't deny the teach
er helped me out of some tough
problems that I just couldn't quite
grasp, but I feel sure they would
do the same today if the student
would be diligent enough to find a
problem in the textbook that he
couldn't understand.
This lack of industriousness
makes the -text books last longer
but it also makes for (pardon the
expression) dumber students.
'I believe anybody that isn't a
moron can learn anything he sets
his mind too. Along these lines we.
see no reason for the "D" or 'P"
being placed on the report card,
since we believe every student at
least in the local schools are cap-
able of passing if they want to.
- We'll give you a classic example
along -these lines. Just recently our
number one son took up a paper
route. He just couldn't learn the
route-because someone would go
around with him to correct his
mistakes. We put him out on his
own and he picked it up in Just a
day or two. All a matter of wanting
to--or having to.

Of the football team, we would
say Port St. Joe has excellent pros-
pec-ts.
S'Of course, it is common know-
ledge among sidelines coaches (and
4pthit buiwerq are Ieirion) that. the I


for Business

Monday, Sept. 3

Port- St. Joe Schools will begin
operation on Tuesday, August 3 at
8:30 a.m., according to Leroy Bow-
doin, principal of the Port St. Joe
High School.
'Both Bowdoin and Elementary
School Principal Hubert E. Ricn-
ards report that the Port St. Joe
schools will begin operatoin with
a full slate of qualified teachers for
the first time iU several years. The
full teacher roster has been at'rib-
uted to the recent pay raise grant-
ed in Gulf County, placing Gulf
first in West Florida in teacher
pay.
The Gulf County teachers are
winding up a two-week pre-scnool
planning session today and have
completed the complex process of
laying out the school curriculum
and schedule of activities for hte
coming year.
iBowdoin reports that all new
students who did not attend Port
St. Joe schools last-year, must re-
port for registration tomorrow
morning at 9:30 a.m. All new pu-
pils from grades one through six
will report to the Elementary
School and 'those students for
grades seven through 12 will re-
port to the High School.


Two Men Spend

Night On Point

Sammy Parker and his father
spent an uncomfortable night on
St. Joseph's point last Wednesday
night after their outboard motor
lost its wheel out in the bay.
Parker and his father were on
their way across the bay late Wed-
nesday where they were going to
Inin GnA Wimbermvl Jr.. who


should always be frugal to the poir
of being stingy. He felt the Boar
could be so without hampering th
soundness and effectiveness of '.h
school program. Inasmuch as th


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Labor Day Celebration

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- Saturday Is Last Day To Register For

1 City Election; Eight Candidates Running
as
y Whth the qualifying books clos- ago but had served for years as
ne ing Saturday at noon, a field of can- Mayor-Commissioner in i'he '30's
didates are now in the running for 'and '40'&s. Creech is a new-comer to
n the Mayor-Commissioner and two local politics.
Commissioner posts now up for 'In Commissioner Group No. 1,
al election on September 10. incumbent Commissioner Clifford
4 A total of eight candidates are Tharpe is opposed by W. D. (Tiny)
rd now seeking the three positions for Jones and R. H. (Bob) Ellzey. Both
t a two year term each. The first Jones and Ellaey were unsuccess-
,1 primary elections will be held on ful candidates in the election two
he September 10 at ,the City Hall fire years ago. Tharpe has served as
he station with the -two candidates Commissioner in Group 1 for sev-
e having the largest number of votes oral years.


budget was based on an $11,800,000 running it o in te second pn-
tax roll and the final figure was in n'ary which will be held one week
excess of $12,205,000, he did not!later.'
believe that a 2-mill cut would in the Mayor-Commissioner race,
hamper in any way the school incumbent J. L. Sharit and candi-
program, date Kenneth Creech were joined,
A long silence followed the Tal- i seeking that position Saturday


ley motion.
Finally member Joe Whifield
spoke briefly favoring the Talley
motion. His point was that since
the Gulf County Continuing Edu
national Council and other high
county officers were a solely in
strument.al in promoting an in
crease in county property evalua
tions in sufficient amount to per
mit a significant raise in teacher
salaries and, generally, a more
flexible school program, he thought
it necessary for the School Board to
keep faith by reducing the millage
and not siphon off taxpayer money
when it was not immediately re
quired for unhampered school op
eration.
After further deliberation, mem
ber Brogdon seconded Talley's mo
tion. Talley, Brogdon, and Whi'tfield
voted in favor of it, Ward voting
against it.
A two mill cut comes now to bet
ter than $24,000, under 'the present
evaluation.
In another action, the Board de
cided against taking out extended
coverage insurance, which in its
first year, would have cost at bet
ter than $9,000. The Board also
learned, through Frank Hannon
Port St. Joe insurance man, thai
a refund of $1,701.00 was due the
School Board because of a reduc
tion in rates, state-wide, on fire and
lightning coverage.


Saints Win


ei um.. .. ..... .. a .... .. j m L .. ae.. u. i y.j. r ... ... S e o n G ee o t
team that hits the hardest nad gets had flown across the bay earlier inSecond Game of
the lead out of their britches wins the afternoon for some fishing.
the- game. We would say that the With dark approaching and still 'Pa Tff
local team is hitting hard. no Parker, Wimbrely cranked up 1lay-U "fS, t 1 3
Our own Coach Craig is probably his plane and returned to town to
one of the toughest (physically) inquire about Parker. Parker's wife Monday night the St. Joe Saints
coaches in these parts. He is much told Wimbely that they had left played the -second game of -the play
of a man. for the fishing rendezvous. offs in Apalachicola. The Saints
Tuesday our team had him in A search party of several boats needed this game to relivee the
bandages. He won't admit it, but was called out with Wimberly and pressure that Apalachicola had ap
we'll just bet he was blocked. Bob King the first ones out on the plied by taking the first game by
Yessir, we are right anxious for bay aft-er dark. Wimberly -and 4-0.
the head knocking season to begin King found the stranded pair where Manager Hamm has had a team
to see just what he has done to they had beached on the point and all season that makes a game very
thos-e boys to toughen them up so. built themselves a fire, but could interesting, but hard on the fans
not reach them because of shallow The Saints have come from behind
We heard reports of everybody Iwater. The pair elected to stay on to win most of their games this
catching fish Saturday. That was the point until morning and the season and Monday night was no
because we didn't go. They auto- two searchers returned -to town. exception.
matically stop biting at noon onI Ted Beard .picked up the duo Keith who has held the" Saints
Saturday when we have the full in- early Thursday morning in his out- all season, started well, and the


In Group No. 2, veteran commis-
sioner Watson Smith is opposed by
Gordon Hallmark. Hallmark filled
an unexpired term of George Wim-
berly, Sr., when he resigned due to
ill health three years ago. He did
not .eek re-lection two years ago.


morning 'by Silas R. (Mickey) Smith has served the City as Comn-
Stone, local attorney. Stone quali- missioner for several years also.
fied Saturday just prior ,o0 the dead-
. line. He was a candidate four years GASOLINE TAX
Sago against J. C. Belln who was ln addition to the voting for
" then mayor. The present J. L. Shar- City Commission candidates, citl-
it was elected unopposed two years zens will be offered the oppor-
tunity to express whether or not
they wish the city imposed 1c
gasoline tax to continue or be
E. P. Lapeyrouse dropped.
,Representative Cecil G. Costin
Taken By Death put a bill through the last session
putting the question up to refer-
Sendum vote. Port St. Joe is one
Edwin ,P. Lapeyrouse, 45 was of three cities in the State of
taken by death about 8:00 p.m. Florida that imposes a gas tax.
- Tuesday night at the Municipal Local oil dealers began work to
- Hospital. Lapeyrouse .ad been op-: have the tax re-ived this year
erated on ,two weeks ago for a and the referendum on the City
- brain tumor and was at home con- ballot will either do away with
- valescing. He suffered a set back the tax or keep it alive.
I at his home Tuesday afternoon and
g was taken to the Municipal Hospl- REGISTER TO VOTE
tal where he passed away. City Registration books are now
- 'Lapeyrouse was well known in open to register voters who have
t Port St. Joe having lived here for not registered in the past for mu-
1-9 years. He was employed by *he nicipal elections. Registration for
- St. Joe Paper Company as a paper County and state elections does n.o,
I machine superintendent, make you eligible to vote in the
s He is survived by his wife Jane; city. City registration books will
- two daughters, Marlyn Ray and Jo be open until Saturday noon to
o Ann all of Port St. Joe; six bro- register anyone who is 21 years of
, others, J. A. of Panama City; L. L. age or older; a resident of Florida
t of Bastrop, La.; L. E. of Homer, for one year and a resident of Port
La., H. J. of Thibodaux, La.; Nestor, St. Joe for six months.
- of Thibodaux; Sidney of New Or- i
d leans, La.; Three sisters, Mrs. Ed- C
gar Bouergois, Thibodaux, La.; unty Millage
Mrs. R. P. Gaude, Biloxi, Miss.;
Miss Julia Lapeyrouse of New Or- Set At 13.0

Funeral services will be held this IncFr ass 1
afternoon at 3 p.m. from the St. creases 1.2
James Episcopal Church with the
Rev. Harry B. Douglas officiating. After a number of special meet-
In-torment will be in Holly Hill ings have passed by the way the
Cemetery. County Commision and School
s Comforter Funeral Home is in Board have finally buckled down
- charge of arrangements. to the job of setting ithe millage for
s it the coming tax year.
e ing the score 3-0. Keith was getting The rol accepted, the two bodies
- tired in the top half of the eighth have set their budgets, 'the county
inning and the Saints pushed across millage going up, the school mill-
two runs. Apalachicola failed to age, not surprisingly, going down.
score in their half of the eighth The School Board met with the
inning making the score 3-2. County Board last Friday evening
The ninth inning was the big in- and set the millage against the
d ning for our local Saints. Dave Huff- property on the tax roll, finally
s man, the catcher, collected a sin- adopted at a figure of better than
o gle, John Smith came through $12,200,000. t
with a double with two men on The County Board millage is up
' and no outs. Cliff Harper flied out 1.2 mills over last year's assess-
e to the shortstop thereby permitting men';, 13.0 mills as compared with


LaDor unions



Speaking, Contests, Free Eats

Are The Order of The Day Monday


Again this Labor Day, the or-
ganized labor organizations of Gulf
County will feed the community at
a big free fish fry and Labor Day
celebration at the City Park.
General Chairman, T. 0. Poit'-
vint reported to The Star that
there will be plenty for everybody
-this year and everyone is invited
to attend both the program and
the free fish fry.
The Labor Unions have provided


Sharks Grid Squad

Shaping Up Into

A Good Team

The St. Joe High Sharks have
completed 'their second week of
pre-school drills. The squad is now
rounding into good physical condi-
tion as a result of the sprints which
squad members have been running
every morning as part of the train-
ing routine.
The personnel picture is coming
into focus as Ithe Sharks continue
to work primarily on the timing of
plays and conditioning. Terry Hi-
note, who has switched from tackle
to left end has the inside track on
that position. Hinote should block
well from the end position as well
as receive passes in fine style. Da-
vid Musselwhiii is making a strong
bid for this position also. He could
well take it over if Hinote lets up.
Billy Denton is -the only man
working at the right end spot at
the present time. He was a regu-
lar last year at that position. Mick.
ey Munn is expected to challenge
him for the position when he re-
.ports to the squad.
Larry Mansfield is the leading
contender for the left tackle slot.
He is one of the fastest men on
,the team and could be a fine foot.-
ball player if he applies himself.
Big Gene Cox, who is 6' 5" tall nd
weighs 225 pounds may have some-
thing 'to say about who plays hte
position however. The coaching
staff has been pleasantly surprised
with Cox's attitude. He is only in
.the ninth grade. Terry Porter, a
determined sophomore is also %
candidate and should see some ser-
vice.
Sonny Chafin is the top left guard
at this writing. Chafin is one of the
roughest men in the Shark line.
He will be a key man in the Shark
defense. He is also a rugged block-
er. William Lucas and Leonard
Costin are built for the guard po-
sition and are making Chafin work
for his -top ranking.
The important center position is
manned by senior Charles Boyer
and Junior Bill Chism. Boyer is the
leading contender, but Chism may
replace him. Boyer could ,protect
his position with aggressive play.
Alex Gaillard and Ken Hurlbut
are waging a battle for the right
guard berth. Gaillard is the quicker
of the two and may have a slight


a free feed of mullet, cole slaw, tea
cake and bread for their guests
Monday.
Last year the Unions resumed
their pre-war annual practice of
putting on a big free Labor Day
program and feed. They had pre-
pared for 2,500 guests and ran out'
of food due to the overwhelming
response. This year, they are pre-
pared to serve over 3,500 plates
Monday.
The program will begin at 9:30
a.m. Monday and will continue
until 3:00 p.m. The program will
consist of speaking, music contests
and games. Dinner will. be served
at' 12:30 p.m.
The progranmfor the day will ba
as follows:
9:30 a.m., Music by the Dickey
Birds.
- 10:00 a.m. Invocation.
10:05, Welcome address by Ma-
yor J. L. Sharit.
10:15 a.m., Speaker from the Pa-
per Makers' Local 379.
10:25: Contest, Pie Eating Con-
test.
,10:45 a.m. Speaker from Machin-
ist Local, 1435.
110:50 a.m. Speaker from St. Joe
Paper Company.
11:00 a.m. Address by Represen-
tative Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
11:10 a.m. Music by the Dickey
Birds.
11:15 a.m.,,'-..i.de, by George G.
Tapper.
11:25 a.m. Address by Silas R.
Stone, President of the Port St.
Joe Chamber of Commerce.
11:35 a.m., Address by member
of Retail Merchant's Association.
11:45 a.m. Address by member of
Electrical Local.
11:55 a.m., Music by Dickey Birds.
12:00 noon, Address by C. C. Wil-
son.
12:'10 p.m. Address by Judge W.
L. Fitzpatrick.
12:30 p.m., Dinner and music.
1:55 p.m. Jitterbuig contest.
2:25 p.m. Sack race.
3:00 p.m. Award of prizes.
4:00 p.m. Baseball game, St. Joe
Saints vs Apalachicola Oystermen.
'If the water conditions permit,
water sports will also be on exhibit.


W. G. Varnadore

Passes Suddenly

William G. Varnadore, 74,. died
suddenly at his home at 206 Sixth
Street last Thursday evening about
7:15 p.m. Varnadore was mowing
his lawn when he suddenly col-
lapsed. He was taken to the Mu-
nicipal Hospital where he was pro-
nounced dead on arrival.
He is survived by his wife Dolly
and one daughter, Mrs. Mae Wil-
der of Little Rock, Ark.; three bro-
thers, J. M. and James A. of Lum-
ber City, Ga.; Owen of Macon.
Ga. Six sisters, Mrs. J. C. Sutton,
Mrs. C. S. Renfroe, Mrs. J. M. Har-
ris, Mrs. Assie Sears and Mrs. C.
F. Walker, all of Lumber City, Ga.,


tenition of going down the creek board. game was 0-0 until the bottom half no advance on the bases. Manager last year's 11.8. edge. Hurlbut is tough, aggressive and Mrs. H. U. .arris o01 namblee,
to catch a mess. The pair was none the worse for ot the sixth inning when Apalachi- Hamm was next up. Bobby Howell Compared with last year's re- boy and will play a lot of football. Ga.
If it's worth enough to you, we wear, but Parker's father positively cola scored two runs. In, the bot- the Oystermen's first baseman who cords, the School Board millage is Fred Griffin is the leader at the Mr. Varnadore was retired from
will stay home every Saturday. If swore he would remain on dry tom half of the seventh inning the had played many games against down an overall 2.75 mills. It has right tackle position. He is being the St. Joe Paper Company where
not, we will continue blissfully with ground from here on out. Oystermen scored another run mak- (Continued On Page 8) been set at 20.25 mills as compared counted upon heavily to do a good he had worked for many yeas as
our worm-drowning habits. with last year's flat 23. job at ,this slot. Griffin is strong a millright. At the time of his death
-- Guf C y Cr S t A o ffi s Ce Here are the details of Lhis years and quick. If he will be aggressive, he was employed on a government
The "$64,000 Question" gave us Gulf Ccunt Cancer Society Appoirts Officers, Committees millage assessment, defining the Shark opponents will find him hard dredge boat. He was just beginning
a little hope for the future Tuesday "y fund for which the millage is as- to deal with. Ed Bobbitt has a 120 day leave at the time of his
night. One of the questions on the The Gulf County Unit, Florida 1,000 people in Gulf County had cer or .other patients needing diag- sessed: shown great improvement over his death.
category of atoms was that *he Division, American Cancer Society been made aware of the Sever nosis or' treatment in medical cen- The County budget: last year's performance. He could Funeral services were seld Sun-
life- of uranium before it decays In- held its annual Fall Board Meeting Warning Signals of Cancer through ters outside of Gulf County to hvae Mills play quite a lot of football if Grif- day, August 25 at 9:00 a.m. at the
-to lead is four billion, 500 million and election of officers Monday -the media of film showings, lec- this care and treatment. General Fund 7.6 fin slows his pace. Young Johnny First Methodist Church with ieer-
years. The question was, "in accord- August 26 at 8:00 p.m. in the con- tures by doctors and lay people, Mrs. H. C. Brown, Chairman was St. Joe Fire Control District Price is the third aspirant for this vices being conducted by Rev.
, ance to the latest scientific data ference room of the City Hall in and receiving material -telling ,the presented a gold 100 hours volun- Fund 0.5 position. He is improving and Dwight C. Wooten of Wewahitchka.
and observation of meteorites, how Port St. Joe. A.C.S. story. teer pin by Mrs. Marjorie Bates, Fine and Forfeiture ...------.....-....---.... 3.3 should prove a valuable man in fu- Interment was in the family plot
old is the earth?" The question was. J. C. Belin, Distrio No. 2 Lay J. C. Price, Service Chairman, re- Field Representative, Florida Divi- Florida State Board of ture Shark plans. at Perry, Fla.
four billion years old. Delegate Director and member of ported help given to known cancer sMon. This presentation was made Health 0.6 The quarterback position sla a Comforter Funeral Home was in
If my arithmetic doesn't fail ame, the Executive Committee, Florida patients through the dressings pro- in recognition of the many hours (For County Health Dept.) very important one. Jackie Mitche'i charge of arrangements.
that would Indicate that in another Dtvislon, 'A.C.S.. presided at the gram, home visiting and tumor Mrs. Brown has given to further Dead Lakes Water Management is the leading contender at the
500 million years, all the uranium meeting. Mr. Belin also served as clinic care. It was also announced the year-around program of the District 1.0 present. He has had very litdl Visiting In St. Andrew
would be decayed into lead and the Gulf County Campaign Chairman by Mr. Price that' Gulf County is Gulf County Unit, American Can- TOTAL ......13.0 game experience. His ability 'to Catherine Duren and Alice Land
future will indede, be bright with- for 1957. The Annual Reports on now a participant in the joint State cer Society, and her unselfish and The School Board: perform the intricate duties of the are spending several days In St.
out the threat of the atom bomb. Public 'Education, 'Service and of Florida and County program for untiireing work. Mrs. Bates also General School Fund ..--.---..---. 8.0 quarterback under game pressures Andrew with Catherine's grand-
I will sleep better now. Campaign were read by the Selre. financing the care of all medically presented J. C. Belin with a minla. Spe. Tax Dist. Current Fund -- 10.0 will be a great factor in the Shask mother, Mrs. J. K, Whitehurst. They
-tary, R. W. Henderson. The Board Indigent people in the County. This ture "Sword of Hope", the symbol Disorict Bond Interest, and success. Mitchell is a tireless work- will return the latter part of the
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY |members learned that more than program makes it possible for Can- (Contiued On Page 7) o Sinking Fund-Distrirt One 2.25 (Continued oa page 1) week.


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Miss Anna Ruth Coe United in Marriage

To Jack A Chambers August 24

Miss Anna Ruth Coe, daughter of illusion floated from her open work.


Mr. and Mrs. Homer Coe of Port
St. Joe, became the bride of Jack
Allen Chamibers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Chambers of Cincinnati,
Ohio, Saturday, August 24, in the
First Methodist Church of Port St.
Joe, The Rev. A. M. Shirah of Pana-
ma City, performed the double-ring
candlelight ceremony. The church
was dworated with a background
"I -i it and arrangements of all
i. i ite- bildal flowers consisting of
'I tdiohl chrysanthemums and ma-
esr.i: i.tsies. Flanking the flw'r
,',inlardi., were several 7-branch
,n.-idlabra holding white tapers
..hi..hi ~mpleted the decorations
a -.i r.:j1t a sot- glow over- the love-
ly -.. i ti i .
:\ir- l Mark Tomlinson, organist,
l, r-e:-.it-d a program of wedding
mit.i. atid accompanied the solo-
.--[, M,-. Celia Tomlinson. Miss
T-rniln..,n sang, "I Love Thea",
"Leiii-. ", and "The Lord's Pray-
er". During the ceremony the or-
ganist played softly strains from
"Liebesitraum".
The bride-entered on the arm of
her father who gave her in mar-
riage. She wore a gown of lace and
satin which featured a deep V-
scalloped neckline and shirred
sleeves. Froin the fitted bodice fell
the voluminous lace skirt which
formed a chapel length train wi.h
Liers of lace and tulle. French silk


tiara of French iridescent braid.
The bride wore pearls which were
given to her by her aunt and un-
cle. The matching pearl earrings
were a gift of the groom. The bride
carried an arrangement' of tube
roses and carnations centered with
a white ochid.
Mrs. Robert D. Binger of Pen-'
sacola, was matron of honor. Oth-
er attendants were Mrs. Ferrell
Allen, Jr., of Port St. Joe and Don-
ald Johnson of Tallahassee. The
flower girls were Miss Debby 0l-
sen, cousin of 'the bride, of Jack-
sonville, and Miss Shirley Rowells
of Panama City. James Mooney-
hanm, cousin of the bride, from
Grand Ridge, was ring bearer. The
bridal attendants wore identical
gowns of coral "cr'ystalette posed
over ,taffeta. Their headdresses
were simple crowns to which was
attached coral veiling touched with
seed pearls. They wore white
pumps and short gloves, and car-
ried cascade arrangements of
bronze chrysanthemums. The flow-
er girls were dressed similarly to
the bridsemaids and carried minia-
ture arrangements of pompoms.
Glen Chambless, father of the
groom served as best man. Grooms-
men were Robert D. Binger of
Pensacola and John Cummer of
Tallahassee. *
Mrs. Coe, mother of the bride,


Phone 7-2221


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selected a sheath dress of sla&'
blue lace. She wore navy accessor-
lea and her corsage was a yellow
orchid. The mother of the groom
wore a dress of light blue lace
with a yellow orchid for her cor-
sage.


THE STAR, Port St. J., Fla.

Mrs. McClellan Gives
WMS Service Program
The WMS of the First Baptist


The social hall of the church was Church *met Monday afternoon for
the se'.ting for the reception. Mrs. the Augus. Royal Service program
Marion Parker of Port St. Joe, with program chairman from Circle
greeted the guests and assisted Two, Mrs. C. A. McClellan, presid-
Miss Joyce Cox, of Tallahassee, ing.
who served the cake. Miss Barbara The song, "Rescue The Perish-
Mitchell and Mrs. Harold Hiiuite- m, was sung, followed with pray-
presided at the punch 'table. Mrs. er by Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon.
P. B. Fairley kept the bride's regis- Mrs. McClellan gave 'the intro-
ter. duction and the devotional taken


from Acts 16:6-15. The program.
"Giving The Water of Life in Eu-
rope", was given by Mrs. Clifforl
Tharpe, Mrs. E. C. Cason, Mrs. L.
Z. Henderson, Mrs. McClellan and
prayers by Mrs. E. S. Marlowe,
Mrs, Pridgeon, the president of the
WM'U held a short business meet-
ing calling attention to the revival
which will begin soon, also one be--
ing held in White City this we 'k.
Wednesday night will be Stew-
ardship night with the WMU in
charge. Everyone is invtied to at
tend.
Mrs. W. Ramsey dismissed the
meeting with prayer.
----------


and registration tables were cov- NEWS FROM
ered with identical cloths. The OAK GROVF
punch table held twin punch bowls
and a central arrangement of daisy By JUANITA NORRIS
Spompoms and white frosted grapes -
atop a crystal dome under which Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ernest and
was a lovely bride and groom. Trees daughters of Ohio, returned home
of magnolia and white wrought iron Friday after.spending several days
candelabra holding burning white visiting with the latter's mother,
tapers completed the decorations. Mrs. Minnie Gay.
For traveling the bride chose a Mr and Mrs. Toby Worley and
sheath dress of woodland green and
wore white accessories. Her cor- cldrn retue home aurday
sage was the orchid from her bou. nigh after spending several days
quet. in Bonifay visiting with friends
After a wedding trip to South and relatives.
Florida, the couple will reside at Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
1228A North Washington Avenue children are spending several days
in Lansing, Michigan. in Ebro visiting with friends and
______ relatives.
TIM KENNEDiY WITH iBI:RTHDAY ;PARTY children of Panama City spent Mon-
Mrs. W. K. Kennedy entertained day in Port St. Joe visiting with
with a birthday party on Saturday friends and relatives.
afternoon in her home on Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Ivis Pinter and
Avenue honoring her young son children returned home Saturday
Tim on his fourth birthday, after spending several days visiting
The party was held on the lawn with friends and relatives in Miss.
and ice cream, punch and cake was
served. Those attending were Kitty Kiwanis Club Sees
Core, Johnny Prim, Bobby Kenne-
dy and Benny Sherill. Football Movie

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cooper an- Coach Marion Craig entertained
nounce the birth of a daughter, the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club with
i Jacqueline Annette on July 24 at a movie Tuesday noon at their reg-
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The movie was a technicolor
film of the Furman-FSU football
game of last season.
Coach Craig narrated the film in
his own inimitable way interspers-
ing his version of mistakes in the
game. The game was an FSU 35-7
rout over Furman, who according
to craig has been ,trying for 40 years
to get into big-time football.
Guests of the club Tuesday were
Hooks Daffin of Marianna and Pat
Tobin of Shreveport.
The Kiwanis assigned work
teams Tuesday to work on the Ki-
wanis project of building bleachers
at the football field. They work on
this project each Wednesday after-
noon.


CALLED TO JACKSONVILLE
BY BROTHER'S DEATH
Dr. William Wager was called to
Jacksonville Sunday due to the
death of his brother, Dr. Ralph Wa-
ger. Dr. Wager moved to Jackson-
ville last week and was to assume
his position on the faculty at Jack-
sonville College as professor of the
Chemistry Department.
His home was in Richland, Wash.,
where he was employed at the Han-
ford Atonic Energy plant, before
coming to Jacksonville.
Visit In Blountstown
Mr. and Mrs. W. K, Kennedy and
children were the week end guests
of Mrs. Kennedy's mother, Mrs. G.
F. Traylor in Blountstown.

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Forming a background for the
bride's table was a white wrought
iron arch, .entwined with ivy, with
two white doves holding wide satin
ribbons to which waa attached a
cluster of white wedding bells. The
table, covered with yellow linen,
overlaid with a full gathered floor
length organdy cloth, was centered
with a three-tiered wedding cake
beautifully embossed and topped
with the traditional bride and
groom. On either side of the cake
were three-branched silver candel-
abra holding decorated brides can-
dles and an arrangement of lilies
of the valley and daisy pompoms.
Silver compotes of white mints
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THURSbAY, AUGUST 2, 1N9"


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLAT R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also notype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, columnist, Repoit Proof Reader
and Book er ep
ONE YEAR, 100 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHSS127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as aeeond-olaan maii,.r, December 19, 1987, at the Post.iffrl'e, Port St. Joe,
FIord.. under Act of March 8, 1679.
DIAL BAl 7-3161
TO ADVERTISEBS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word sl thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the pritedword remains.


it's a Shame a MeFridian Didn't
Make That "Uinderella Discovery"

(The Washington County News)
The power or advertisug is being demonstrated by the
"discovery", and attendant publicity, of a "mountain Cinderella"
in North Carolina. 'ihe mountain maiden, from a remote region,
is allegedly unspoiled by contact with the outside world.
She is reported to be endowed with a breath-taking beauty
and a native wisdom seldom possessed by one individual. In
her innocence of worldly affairs, we gather from the feature
articles, that she s totally unaware of the baser motives of man-
kind. ,
We hope she isn't disillusioned. Our world, particularly
the so-called civilized portion of it, can be a raw place in which
to live. We're not so sure, therefore, whether her "benefactors"
have increased her chances of usefulness or happiness by thrust-
ing her upon the outside world so suddenly.
Virtually unknown outside her mountain community only
a few weeks ago, the girl has almost overnight become an inter-
national figure. She has commanded more newspaper space
than President Eisenhower or any member of the U. S. govern-
ment since her "discovery". The nation's motion picture stars
have gone ahead with their marrying and divorcing almost un-
noticed during the period. Marilyn Monroe's operation was barely
chronicled in the press. Presley, "Hown Oawg" and all, has been
pushed into the background.
Yes, the mountain miss is suddenly a celebrity. The outside
world, once so distant and obscure, is suddenly being virtually
served up as "her oyster." We're glad this has become her good
fortune, if that's what ic is. We hope it increases her happiness
and her capacity for usefulness. But we wonder what influence
all the whoop-to-do will have on her outlook on life.
We're sorry however that some members of the Florida
Development Commission didn't beat their North Carolina news-
paper cousins to the draw by making the "Discovery" down here
on the "bend of the creek" some place. Then Florida could have
cashed in on all the reams of publicity that have gone free tc
the Tarheel State.

NEWS FROM arl to the air port to go back toc
S a*- Norfolk, Va. He has been visiting
Highiand V w his parents for the past ten days
PHONE BAll 7-4652 'He will leave from Norfolk thie
By MRS. EULA ROGERS third of September for Holland amnd
Spaarts of Scotland.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Goff motor- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kel.
ed to Panama City Sunday with ley were their nieces and nephews
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wood of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Barton and Mr
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I Batrie, Ata.
J, W. Alberson spent two weeks
in Atlanta, Ga., visiting his son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. James Alber-
son and children.
Rev, and Mrs. T. C. Earnest and
children are visiting in Lake Wales
with her sister an family Mr. and

Mrs. Hub Bolyn and son and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zdanowicz.
Mrs, Dan Hatfield is visiting her
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Hatfield, Jr., and daughter in Sac-
ramento, Calif.
Mrs. Bill Cumbie is convalescing
at home alter being in the Munici-
pal Hospital for some time her
many friends hope her a speedy
recovery.
MrIs. Herman Marshall is in the
Municipal Hospital. Her many
friends hope her a speedy recovery,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and
children of Lynn Haven visited h er
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Grif-
fin and family.
H. E. Christmas of Fort Pierce
is visiting his sister and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mims and his
parents and sister in White City,
* Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Christmas and
Mr. and Mrs. Sewell.
Mrs. Ethel Sellers of Bonifay vis-
ited her sister and family Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Foster.
Mr. and Mrs., Donald Skipper and
son Donnie of Panama City were
.visiting his mother and family,
Mr. and Mrs. George Skipper.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wester and
son Ronnie of Panama City visited
their parents over the week end,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster. Ronnie
is spending this week with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Poster.
Mr. and Mrs. Vester Burke and
Glenda and Mr. and Mrs, George
Skipper visited in Vernon over the
week end.
Coleman Bulger oa Sopchoppy
visited Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hew-
ett Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brackins
and children nof Plant City are vis-
iting Mr. Brackins sister and fan-
ily for several days, Mr. and Mrs.
Hoke Glass.
Mrs. Mary Taylor of Lake Wales
is visiting her daughter and fanm-
i'y, Mr. and Mrs. Che&ser Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. champion and
children of Mobile, Ala., spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. BrooKs
aIennington and sons.
Miss Mary Taylor of St. Marks
visited her sister and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brackins
) and children of aTmpa are visiting
| his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Hoke Glass.
0 Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McMillan and
daughter Tittie Pay of Bougalusa,
. La., spent a few days with Mrs.
Fannie Mae. McMiillan last week.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of
Graceville visited their daughter
and family this past week, Mr. and
" Mrs. James A. ones.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Garrett and
. son Glen visited in Lakeland last
i week with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Gaarrett and in other parts of South
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Highland View News [with the Rhoden Presnells, Fave Ltito0h, eft Bqrd, Hattie MaA*
Highland View News Stork Shower Cooper, Elice McDaniel, Bell Capp3
Florida. h a stork shower on Birthday union
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Page are visit- Fronor evenith a stork s.owJames H. F. Brock, observed his 65th
ing their son and :in.ly. Mr. and Kelley from 2 u 6 p.m. Hostess bhtday at his home In Highland
Mrs. L. W. '-.. and children, for the occasion was Mrs. Hubert View on Sinday, Aug. 25. A large
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. MCPherson 'Floyd at her home. Fruit punch dinner with all kinds of delicious
of Denison, Texas, are the guests and peanut crackers and salad foods were enjoyed by his friends
of the la,.ter's parents and grand- was served to those who called, and relates Among those attend-
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Brock Those who called were Mesdames Ing were his wife, Mrs. H. F. Brock,
and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Brock. Maude Levins, Mrs. Tullis, Doris family of Alford, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Branch spent Tullis, Lois Miller, Mary Weeks, L. McPherson of Denison ,Texas,
Sunday in Quincy and Colquitt, Ga., -Earnest Goff, Jeff Dykes, Margie Mr. and Mrs. Sam (Brock and fafm-
Thcir children returned with them Cumble, Albert Davis, Winnie Wil- theme was "Givingthe Water of
after spending a week in Quincy liams. 8ula Rogers, Dos sKelley. family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bock and
Mrs. Carlos Harbuck was in chag4
.-_.- _____ ;n, Martin and son of Tyndall AFB.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend Highland View WMU
re o y nv The Highland View WMU met
i a Av Bis in the -Church Monday afternoon
Sv nu a as hlUcl for their Royal Service program
PpLife In Europe". Those present.
REV. J.& C. ODUM, Pastor program were Mrs. Harbuck, Mrs.
NAY Macomber, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Ar-
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:4p a.m. che Floyd and Mrs. Ted Richards.
MORNIN GWORSHIP 11:00 a.m. Mrs. Richt'er dismissed with prayer.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --- 6:45 p.m. Miss Yvonne Richter. Those on the
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brock and
PRAY- RSERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m. Richter, Mrs. carlos HarMbuckand
were Mrs. Archie Floyd, Mrs, A. D.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street Roberts, Mrs. Neal Phelps, Mrs. I,1
SF, Adams, Mrs. Ralph Macomber,
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME 3s Ted Rihad, Mrs. Arc
of fellowship.
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Mrs. Ralph Branch honored Mrs.


13iiy 'BriaAhc th a stork slower
Thursday afternoon at her home.
The table was set with the tradi-,
tional pink and blue colors. A cea-
ter-piece of pink coral and fern
with lUght blue candles at the point.
were used as decorations. The host
ass served cokes, peanuts, candy,


- hie Elhoi'ado togetherr with 4' THE STAR, Port O, FlI
other ships, is presently resupply- Attend Wedding
tig .thoe ~17i aile.long western sec- Attend- erind
tot- oftht&Att-Arctlc Distant Ear- Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKn
-lv..y'W .rni t network i and daughter, Diana, motored


stitches across the top of the
Noth American continent from
Alaska to Greenland.


potato chips and assorted cookies. During the.month of August the
buffet style. Those attending thje 46-shp task. group is off loading
shower were Mrs. Mitchel Pitts, 193,000; barrels of pettroleum and
Mrs. Lloyd Pitts. Mrs. Thelma 1555 measurement tons of general


Rhames, Mrs. Donald Rhames, Mrs.
Jean For'tner, Mrs. Clinton ,etter-
son, Mrs. Ted Richards, Mrs. Neal:


Phelps. The:honoree received many,
useful gifts. Those unable to come
but sending gifts were Mrs. Carl
Raffield, Mrs. Eunice IBurke, Mrs.
Skipper and Mrs. McCormick, Mrs.
Mary Fuller, Mrs. Wbthinagtou and
Mrs. Quincy Hardy.

Local Man In 1957
Arctic Operation

James E. Cramer, ship's service-
man third class, USN, son of iMr.
and Mrs. D. Cramer of 608 Madi-
son St., Port St. Joe is currently
participating in the Navy's Mili-
tary Sea Transportation Service
1957 Arcite Operations as a crew
member aboard the USS Eldorado.


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They come in denominations of $10.00, $20.00, $50.00 or 100.00,
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you get a quick refund. Stop in the bank and convert YOUR
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St. Joe Land and Development Co.

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THURSDAY, AUGt.UT 20, 1957


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Texas Visitors
M. antd Mrs. Henry E. Collier
and family of McGregor, Texas are


Chickasaw, Alabama, last Friday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. B, A
to attend the wedding of -their Collier for a few days.
niece and cousin, Miss Cornelia Ni- ----
chols, to Alfred Toulmin Ward, In New York
both of that city. They returned to Mr. and Mrs. Joe V. Dowd and
Port St'. Joe Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. daughter Kathleen accompanied by
Ward are honeymooning at St. Joe Barbara Eells are sight-seeing in
Baech. New York City this week.
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CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY
Returning from my vacation I'v
been checking over happenings for
the past month and see where the
television networks went stark star-
ing nuts during my absence and
have established a "policy" which
calls for revising Stephen Foster
songs, contending that as written
by the word beloved composer,
they are offensive to the negro
race.
the world has been singing these
'time honored folk songs as they
were written for a good many years


and they are as dear to the hearts changing -to a new kind of tot)th
of the negroes as they are to any paste or switching to some new
race. angled hair tonic.
Because they are true folk songs When it comes to bull. baloney,
use of 'the negro terms and dialect bluster and blaw, modern day ra
are imperative, and it is my firm dio and television can have my
belief that any intelligent negro "Oscar", Another thing I resent Is
would be just as bitterly opposed to the commercial directed to children
any change in the lyrics as are that instructs them to "Tell Mom-
millions of other groups. LEGAL A
The term darkiess" as used in LEGAL AD'IER.TISING
Foster lyrics is typical of the period REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
in which the songs were written. I FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
am sure Foster never thought of The City registration books will
open at 9:00 a.m -Wednesday, Aug-
them as reflecting in any way on ust 21, 1957 at the office of the
the Negro race, and over the years City Clerk At the City Hall. Those
it has been my enjoyabl privilege to wishing to register asa voters for
hear his songs sung by outstanding the Municipal Election Primary to
hear his ogs sug by outstadig be held September 10, 1957, may
Negro choruses and groups with register between the hours of 9:00
the deepest feeling and enthusiasm, A.M. and 12:00 Noon, and from
for these are Negro folk songs 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday
an dthey have only served to give through Friday and from 9:00 A.M.
an they have only served to giveto 12:00 Noon on Sautrday, begin-
the American Negro greater ap- ning August 21 and continuing
precia'ion and understanding thru- through 12:00 o'clock Noon, Sat-
out the world. urday, August 31, 1957, at which
If the networks really want to time the registration books will
n t ntclose. All persons who have regis-
perform a public service and elim- tered as electors in the City of
inate all that is offensive to their Port St. Joe within the past five
listeners, regardless of race, color years are not required to re-regis-
or creed they might stop working ter. Citizens of the United States
or cred they eight stop woryingfor the past year and have been
about Stephen Foster songs and try residents of the City of Port St.
listening to some of their own pu- Joe for asix months and who are
trid commercials, twenty-one years of age are eligi-
ble for registration.
I don't know about you but I'm R.W HB NDERSON 4t
getting awfully ,tired of blaring tel- City Auditor and Clerk 8-8
vision commercials that insinuate
that I stink to high heaven and if REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
I don't sprain my ankle rushiuz TO WHOM IT MAY GONCERN:
down to the drug store for some You will please take notice that
particular kind of soap, deodorant the undersigned- is engaged in
business in Port St. Joe, Florida
or cleanser I'll have the board of under the firm name of "Stone's
health breathing down my neck. Shop for Men", and will, on 29
I am tired of being reminded that August, 1957, register said fictitious
be-adaches are: frightful htings, ii- name with the Clerk of he Circuit
lustrated with guys being clobbered Court of Gulf County, Florida, at
S Wewahitchka, Florida. This the
with sledge hammers while sparks 8th day of .August, A.D., 1957.
f!y in every direction, or having my j S1 JS V. STONE- 4t-8-8


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Those who have not registered may do so on that date.

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e a early stages. Such a means, in the Gulf County Unit., A.C.9. Were -om-i.
Cancer Society opinion of many physicians, has inated and elected for the fiscal nOSputax AuxIJdey N es Ru nm age
(Continued from page 1) now been found. It is being applied year 1957-58. M, C. H. Brown was *
o .b.e American Cancer Society for ona wide scale n connection with re-elected chairman of the Unit; \Sa Salesmen- ForRemainder of Year
1i., .. .. than two years service in one particularly prevalent type of Mrs. Myrtle Childers, co-chairman;
but i ihe local and Division program cancer-uterine cancer, the second Dr. Wayne Hendrix, Medical Dl-
of the American Cancer Society most vicious killer of women, of rectorJoe Wilkie, Treasurer; Mrs. The Hospital Auxiliary Rummage ders- and Mrs. J. L. Miller.
f the Amecan Cancer ociety.which 16,000 women died last year. Marvin Land, Secretary and Dr. Sale Committee has announced the 'November 30, Mrs. Tom Colde-
Dr. Wayne Hendrix, President, This means is the cell examination Henry Langston, Public Health Of- following members who-will serve wey and Ms. Wayne -Hendrix.
Gulf County Medical Socle'y gave for uterine cancer", said Dr. Hen- ficer. Committee Chairmen and in the ,Rummage Sale store: fromni December 7, Mrs. Milton Chafin
a most informative and interesting drix. Hendrix announced that this members of the Board: are Bill now until the ifrst of the year. I'and Mrs. Cecil Costin, Sr.
ralk on "Cell Examination, the New simple, painless procedure is -now Oowden, Public Education Chair- *September 7, Mrs.-Dave Maddot December 14, Mrs. Joe Dowd and
Hope in Cancer Detection". Dr. available for all women, and that man; B. Roy Gibson, Jr., Co-chair- and Mrs. Frank Pate. Mrs. Wesley Grace.
Htendrix said "for years the medi- the medical profession and the man, James Traweek, Mrs. Royce September 14, Mrs. Gus Creec Charles Gill
cal profession has been on the out- American Cancer Society advies ,Dickens and School Health Co-or- and Mrs. William Wager. December 21, Mrs. Charles Gill
hl.ck for a simple, sure, cheap that cancer of the uterus can be dinators, Public Education CoUn- September -1, Mrs. Briggs Scis- andMs .uth Soe. Atchion
means of detecting cancer in its practically eliminated as a cause mittee; J. C. Price, Service Chair- son and Mrs. Bob Ellzey. December 28, Mrs. Earl Atchison
-d e [ram doesn' oat-it a y of death if the uterine cancer cell man, Mrs. John Sowers,. Co-chair- Spetember 28, Mrs. .Frank Han- and Mr. Joe Hendrix.
avertingdoesnt coa pay test is widely adopted. "Your doctor man, Mrs. Chauncey Costin, Mrs. non and Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax. The new rummage committees
_andSupport can perform htis simple test in his George Core, Wewahitchka, Service I October 6, Mrs. J. 0. Baggett are: Mrs. Floyd Gampbell, Mrs.
e and Su ort In office", said Dr. Hendrix, "and the Committee; Martin Begley, Publi- and Mrs. A. P. Wakefield. Ginnon Buzzett and Mrs. Lawrence
Electing cost will be within the means of all city Chairman, Wesley R. Ramsey,; October 12, Mrs. Tom Hutchins Bisseit. If you have any artiels
women". Cooperation in this ven- Co-chairman, Don Sports, commit- and Mrs. Otto Anderson. that may be sold through the Rum-
W. D. (Tiny) JONES 'ture and the participation of all tee member; Warren Pareseau, Fi- October 1, Mrs. oJhn Aide- and mage Sale you. are urged to caI
women will save many lives. finance Chairman and 1958 Crusade Mrs. 'Robert King. either of these three women. Ar-
City Commissioner The Gulf County Unit, A.C.S. will Chairman, Dave Maddox, Co-chair- October 26, Mrs. S. L. Barke and Aicle of clothing are especially
have as one of its major projects' man, Mrs. R. W. Henderson and Mrs. Sarah Kenney.- needed ifr children starting school.
GROUP NUMBER ONE during the coming year helping to Mrs. R. D. Prows, committee mem- November 2, Mrs. Joe Ferrell
Will Be Very Much inform all people in the county, bers; Jake Belin, Special Gifts and Mrs. J. C. Odum. B B cisson Paints
Appre*ted both lay and professional, of this Chairman, R. W. Henderson, David November 9, Mrs. J. R. StSso
"ApprecNew Hope in Cancer". Carl Gaskin, Wayne Ashley, Max and Mrs. S. R. Stone. Briht School Picture
(Pd. Po. Adv.) D. Hendx o- Kilbourn, committee members; W. November 16, MrS. S. B. Shuford B1 t S o O Picture
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Following Dr. Hendrix talk, of- p. Comforter Special Events Chair- and Mrs. H. C. Philyaw. -
ficers and Board Members for the Comforter, Specia I W ren- Nove Mrs. H. C. Ph arry aun oaran B. B. Scisson gavethe
man, Durel Brigman, I. W. Duren, November 23, 1Mrs. Harry Saun4 Rotarlan B. B. Seisen gave the


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W. L. Tharpe, committee members;
Bill Winters, Chairman In-plant Ed-
ucation, Ed Ramsey, co-chairman,
A. P. Jackson and Mayor J. L. Shar-
it, committee members; Dr. Wil-
liam Wager, Chairman Medical Edu-
cation, Dr. Joe Hend.rix, Dr. Harold
B. Canning, Dr. Robert E. King
and Dr. Wesley Grace, committee
members; Joe Hunter, chairman
Wewahitchka Unit, Ed Bandjough,
'lvd.- Brogdonn committee mem-


Division will be held in Jackson-
ville on October 19 and 20 and ap-
pointed Mrs. Myrtle Childers W.
W. Cowden and Warren Pareseau
to attend the meeting as delegates
from Gulf County) Mrs. Brown will
attend as Chairman of the Unit.
Mr. Blein said the Gulf County
Unit wanted -to recognize the work:
of certain Board members during


Rotary Club a brighter view of th
school situation in Gulf County thi


year as he spoke to the Rotary


e
s
y


Club at their regular meeting last
Thursday.- The highlight of Scis-
son's talk was the fact that Gulf
County was beginning its first
school year in many years with a
full quota of qualified teachers.
"In fact", said Scisson, "We have
a waiting list of applicants for jobs
In the local schools".


-ers. 1957-58 fiscal year because of their .Scisson said that the situation
outstanding participation in the 'had come about as a direct result
Mrs. Brown said "all board mem- year-around program of the Unit. of a state-wide 'teacehr raise of a
bers of the Gulf County Unit will Certificates of appreciation were minimum of $300.00 and a county
serve on a committee, and I am presently to Durel Brigman, Mrs. level raise of $400.00 each per year.
confident our Unit will have a full R. W. Henderson and Dave Maddox- In dwelling on the school budget
and complete program during 1957- and to Radio Station WJOE and for a short while Scisson reported
5-8". Mrs. Brown then announced The Star for their generous coop-: that of the $650,000 school budget
the Annaul Meeting of the Florida, oration during the last Crusade. Ifor the coming year $400,000 was


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for salaries. Teacher salaries in
Gulf County this year will Begn
at $3600.00 per year as compared
with $2950.00 for last year. Teach-
ers with continuing contracts will
draw $4700.00 per year with $350.00
more for a Mastre's degree.
Scisson stated htat Gulf County
now has the highest paid teachers
in West Florida and as a conse-
quence are getting good teachers
to fill the jobs.
Scisson stated that the local
schools were getting away from
the superfluous subjects and deal-
ing mainly with the academic cour-
ses of math, English and social stu-
dies. The reason for this, Scisson
stated was that tehse are the only
required subjects now for getting
into college. He said that some
extra courses are being offered but
that the emphasis is not being plac-
ed on them so much.
Scisson then got off on the sub-
ject of the pupil assignment offi-
cer. R. C. Maddox, former princi-
pal of the Wewahitehka High
School has been appointed. Scisson
stakted that the office was reauilrad


THURSDAY, AUGUST 196f


Scout Troop 47

Re-Registers

By BILL MAZOROL
The Boy Scouts of Troop 47 met
at the scout hut last Monday nigh.
and re-registered for the new
Scout year beginning September 1.
The Scouts wh had paid sufficient
dues during the past year, and
those who were present and paid
the registration fee were register-

Next year the Troop will consist
of 32 boys and several junior lead-
ers.
'In the future Troop 47 will be
conducted in a stricter manner
than it has in '.he past. All Scouts
will be required to attend at least
75 per cent of all meetings, and to
keep their dues up to date.
After playing steal the flag, the
meeting was adjourned with Ken-
ny Marlow in charge of the closing.
Next Monday night films of the
money raising projects for the jam-


by the state. The assignment ofu'-" boree, and of the jamboree itself
by the state. The assignment ofi w e shown at the Scout Hut. All
cer gives tests to all pupils ent r-wi be shown atthe Scout Hut Al
ing Gulf County schools for theparents are invited to attend.
first time. The results of these The meeting time has been chan-
testi decides. which school the pu- ged to 8 p.m. because of football
pil will attend. The pupil assign- practice.
meant officer in Gulf County will -
also be charged with the duties of Weekly Calendar
an attendance officer-seeing that
school age children attend schooL
Scisson said that the main reason Wednesday, Aug. 28, IBPM No.
for non-attendance in Gulf County 379, 7:30 p.m.
was a lack of clothing or a social Thursday, Aug. 29, Rotary, 12:15
reason. This will also be a part of Saturday, Aug. 31, Retail Mer-
the attendance officer's duty to chant's Golden Harvest drawing,
solve these problems. Price and Princess Shop, 3:30.
Guests of the club were Gene p.m. Jackpot $265.00.
Austin of Apalachicola; Tom Neal, Sunday, Sept. 1, Go to the church
Brewton, Ala; R. C. Maddox, We- of your choice.
wahitchka and Fred Turner of the Monday, Sept. 2, Labor ,Day Cele-
State Department of Education. bration, City Park.
Tuesday, Sept. 3, City COmmisa
MARTIN DEAN DIES sion. Lions' Club. Presbyterian
AT RICHMOND, TEXAS Men's Fellowship. Kiwanis, 12:15.
Martin (Kid) Dean formerly of -
this city and a resident of Rosen- (HEALTH DEPARTMENT
berg, Texas died Tuesday morning TO CLOSE LABOR DAY H
at 6:30 a.m. in a Richmond, Texas H. I. Langston, M. D., Health
hospital. He was 50 years of age. Officer of 'the Gulf County Health
Death was attributed to lung Department and the Wewahitchka
cancer. Health Department gives notice
that both clinics will be closed
Return From Panama City Monday, September 2 in observance
Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Van Horn of ,bor Day.
have returned from Panama City
to ocupy their beach restaurant BURTH ANNOUNCEMENT
and evidence after several months Mr. and Mrs. William' Leonard
Jbsen.'* Finch announce the birth of a son,
SWilliam Lelone on August 21 at
Patient At Hospital the Municipal Hospital.
Fennon Talley is a patient in the -I
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CLASSIFIED ADS
LOTS FOR SALE: .,',.I.,I' Located
only 5 miles south of Port St. Joe
just off U. S. 98 on Jones Home-
stead. Cash only $300. Phone 9-1190
6tp8-1
LOTS FOR SALE: Beacon Hill
and Mexico Beach. $350 and up.
Make your own terms. R. L. Fort-
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FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 220
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town. Immediate occupancy. See
0. M. Taylor, Phone 7-9866. tfc-7-11
FOR SALE: House. Priced for
quick sale. Located at 1307 Mc-
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FOR RENT: House at St. Joe Beach
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
This t on your printing is a sign of quality,


FOR SALE: Two lvts on the cor-
ner of Marvin Ave. and Tenth St.
165 ft,'by 175 ft. $1600 Cash.
FOR SALE: A very nice two bed-
room brikeforete home on Mc-
Clellan Ave., Lot 130 ft. by 128 t.
Will sell for $12,600.00. Can sell for
only $1200 down and balance .n
long term mortgage.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BAII 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: G3rocery and Market.
With living quarters combined.
All equipment included. $8,500. Lo-
cated at Oak Grove. 102 Hunter St.
Phone 7-5012. 4tp-8-22
FOR SALE: Lot 4, Block 7, Beacon
Hill. Excellent homesite 50 by
100 feet on paved street, alley in
rear. Price $6t00. Write owner, B.
D. Smith, 203.16 Post St., Jackson-
ville, Florida. '- 4tp-8-22
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home, attic
fan, venetian: "blinds, o&k floors,
rubber tile in kitchen, dining room
and bath. Together with income
property and small down payment.
C. A. Phelps, Highland View.
'FOR SALE: Frigidaire range and'
Frigidaire refrigerator. Almost
like new. Call 7-8421.
FOR SALE: Kinsington piano. Just
rel,'.d-itioned -and in excellent
shape. $50.00. L. F. Adams, Phoue
7,2641. Highland View.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Adults only. Phone 9-1351 after
4 p.m. ltco
FOR RENT: one and two bedroom
furnished apartment and houses
on Mexico Beach. Low winter rates
now in effect. Apply Mexico Beach
office, or call 9-1121. C. M. Parker,
Reg. Real Estate Broker. 4t-8-29
FOR RENT: 2 small furnished cot-
tages and one efficiency apart-
ment. Mrs. J. E. Bobbitt, 507 7th
St., Phone 7-7711. tf-8-15

FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
nished apartment and one fur-
nishde and one unfurnished smaller
apartments. Inquire at 520 4th St.
Phone- 7-5606. tfc-8-22

BABY SITTING JOBS WANTED:
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ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
Port St. Joe, Florida


hour. Cut your laWn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomllu-
son, Phone 7-7601,
LOST: Saturday afternoon in ,he
vicinity of Ward Clinic and A & P
Food Store on 4th St., a five dollar
bill and a ten dollar bill folded to-
gether. If care to return. Call BAIl
7-3161.
SPECIAL SERVICES
:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBiNG.
-hone 7-7846. Outboard motors rer
ailred, also.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfe-5-2
'qADE US that useless article for
Something useful. STOP and
WAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS-
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say-
ing money see us for anything
rou need in your home; STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at ,Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
BICYCLE REPAIRS
Phone BAll 7-3820
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BUROH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially Invited
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nigh's
800 p.m., American Legion lonio-
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.


SOUVENIR PLATES
10-inch with photo of Florida 0de
tennial Monument: $3.00 including
tax. For display only. Available a
Fuller's Supply Co., or The'Star.
FOR SALE: Legal ruled pada, or
lonskin, second sheets, scratch pad
mimeograph paper, typewriter an
adding machine ribbou. Man" otti
er supplies. THE STAR. Phbon
7 3161 for delivery.
FOR SALE: Alteration Lags and
Sale price tags. Call 7-3161. The
Star.
IN THE COUNrY JUDGE'S
COURT, OULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.-
In Re; Estate of
JAMES L. FULLER.
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All 'udJitrs of tlih estate 0
James L. Fuller, deceased, are here-
i by notified and required to tile an
lailus or demands which they may
ihave against the said estate in the
utilic- of the County Judge of GulI
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahi'tchka, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the
.date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
.be in writing and must state the
,place of residence and-post office
address of the claimant and must
'be sworn to be the claimant, his
agen'., or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
This 22nd day of August, A. D.
1957.
/s/ MARY H. FULLER
Administratrix of the Estate
of James L. Fuller, deceased.
SILAS R. STONE
Attorney for Adminise'vatrix 4t-8-29

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Phone 7-8171


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Sharks Shaping Up
(Continued From Page 1)
er and is working hard 'to master
this tough position -Richard Zippel-
er'a promiing young player, Is also
working at quarterback. He is one
of the quickest men on the squad
and will be used some at halfback.
'Edward Smith has joined the
team for 'the pre-school drills. Smith
was being counted on last. year to
lead the Sharks before a: pre-season
injury forced him to the sidelines.
His status as a player has not been
completely established as yet'.
Smith will have an examination
from an Atlanta, Georgia specialist
at an early date to determine whe-
ther he will compete or not. He will
be used on offense if he is allowed
to play. His presence would streng-
then tthe quarterback position
greatly.
,Frank Fletcher, Buddy Hudson
and Willie Daniels have been show-
ing good running form at the half-
back spots. They have been used
interchangeably between the left
and right halfback positions. Flet-
cher has made the transition from
end without difficulty. The start-
ing halfbacks will probably not be
chosen for some time. Ronnie
Young is expected. to join the half-
back ranks soon;
Wayne Taylor returns for his Ii-
nal year of fullbacking. Taylor h.s
been an all-conference selection for
the past two years. He is being
counted on to lead the Sharks again
with his hard running and tackling.
He will handle all kicking duties
fur the Sharks. Ward Richards will
be the number 'two fullback,
The assumptions made here con-
cerning the different individuals
and the positions they are expected
So play are subject to chang) a-
any 'time if the players do no. live
n IA) v&Jpcs.at~~in


up to expectations.
Coach Marian Craig says,
coaching staff is anxious to
if the enthusiasm shown by
squad in the pre-school drills.


her of women in the seven-county]
area served by the Panama City I
office who have reached age 62
and could qualify for these benefits
by -making application. No benefhti
can ever be paid under social se-
curity-retirement, survivor or disi
ability-unless an application is
made for the benefit.
All persons who have qLiti.rin,
recording any phase of the Social
Security insurance system should
contact their nearest social security
-.fice, Carey concluded. Free
pamphlets are available which may
answer your questions. The office
for this area is located at 522 Mer-
cer Avenue, Panama City, Florida.
Also a field representative 'travels
through out the seven-county area.
Your local post office has a seche-
dule which will show the time and
meeting place in your county.


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THE STAt, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, AUGU9>t 20, 1957




VOTE FOR



KENNETH CREECH


Candidate For Mayor-Commissioner


I favor a city-wide program of drainage and sewer
system improvements. This condition will help
eliminate our mosquito problem to a great extent.

I favor publication of city disbursements at least
once a month to inform the tax payer of how his
money is being spent.

I will welcome anyone to any and all commission
meetings in a courteous manner.


(Paid Political Advertisement)


CHAMPION TIRE


The
see
this
will


carry over into the rugged prac-
tices ahead. We are hoping that it
will. Our first rough practice will
be held on September 3. Wa will
be able to evaluate the players
much better 'then. This team could
be a good one."


Saints Win
(Continued From PAie 1)
Mair.-i Hamm figured the squeeze
play was on. When Hamm swung
at the ball Howell was almost to
hon.e plate and Bobby had pulled
a boner for the hit and run was
on and th' -ball fell In short right
fie-ld -scoring two runs, putting the
S.Au.e out in front, 4-3.
The Oystermen could not rally
in itn-ir half of the ninth inning and
the Sainrs won the second game
of tme play-offs., 4-3.
The winning pitcher was Bascom
Hamm. The loser was Donald Keith.
Hamm struck out 11 men while
Keith only had five. John Smith
collected two hits for four times o
bat and collected the only extra
base hi. of the game with his dou-
ble in the rauthb.
The third game -will be played
tomorrow night here at 8 p.m. The
fourth game will also be played
here on Labor Day as part of the
Labor Day celebration at 4 p.m.
with door prizes to be given away.


Women Age 62


Can Get Payments

Women age 62 and over have
been able to file for theri social
security -benefits since last fall,
John V. Carey, District Manager,
Panama City, Social Security Of-
fice, said this week. The lower re-
tirement age for women was pro-
ylded in 'ithe 1956 changes to the
social security law.
'Working women under age 65 and
wives of retired social security
beneficiaries will have their social
child is entitled to a benefit, Ca-
security benefits reduced if no
child is entitled to a benefit, Carey
added. There is no reduction in the
benefits to a woman at age 62 if
she can b epaid a social security
benefit as a wido war as a depend-
ent mother. Filing for the reduced
benefit for a working woman or a
wife under age 65 will almost al-
ways give more in the total amount
of social security benefits. The
working woman will generally be
ahead for 15 full years by taking
the .reduced benefit, and the wife
under the age of 65 will generally
be ahead for 12 full years by taking
the reduced benefit.
Women who are affected by this
provision in .he social security law
will begin to lose their rights 'to
-some social security benefits if they
do not file their application before
December 1957, Carey continued. -
We believe that there are a nua-


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