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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: September 19, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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A itecord 1,230 Voters Turn Out in Rain To Cast Ballots



J. L Sharit, R. H. Elizey, Elected In Another Record City Ballot


Port St. Joe voters again set a 1,135 votes in the first primary ponent Silas R. (Mickey) Stone by with neither candidate leading by
voting record Tuesday in the sec-" election. In this election Sharit had a 17 vote margin Ellzey defeated more than 30 votes. The last -half
ond primary election when they a one vote lead over his nearest Tharpe by 138 votes. of the count saw Stone pull ahead
cast a record 1,230 votes to re-elect opponent, Silas R. (Mickey) Stone. Ellzey led Tharpe all the way and remain to 30 vhroughoute margin at the count
with a 10 to 30 vote margin at all
J. L. Sharit as Mayor-Commission- Ellzey has a comfortable margin and gained steadily as the vote times-up until th lat 50 ballots
cr and R. TH. (Bob) Elizey as Corn- over his nearest opponent, incum- counting went on. Sharit an Stone were counted. Of the last 50 ballots
missioner, Group One. bent Commissioner Clifford (Win- fought it out neck and neck right counted, Sharit received 45 votes
Tuesday of last week, Port St. dy) Tharpe. down to the wire. Up to the half- and went ahead to defeat Stone by
Joe voters set a voting record for In Tuesday's voting in the sec- way mark, the Mayor-Commisioner a count of 612 to 595. Ellzey bested
any election in the city by casting ond primary, Sharit bested his op- lead changed hands several times Tharpe by a count of 625 to 487.


Gordon S. Hallmark received one ing statement: "By your record personalities. I thank you all from


write-in vote for Commissioner.
In a statement to The Star Sharit
said that he appreciated the privi-
lege of again serving as Mayor and
.pledged his very best in a continued
effort for the betterment of our
town. He said, "I shall do every-
thing possible to make it a better
place for all of us to live".
,Stone gave The Star the follow-


vote you have obviously demon-
strated your awareness of the ne-
cessity of public participation in
your City Government; and I be-
seech you to continue such activity.
If my race accomplished nothing
more it has certainly been worth
the effort put forth in my behalf,
remembering that this was a casi-
paign based on principals and not


the bottom of my heart.
"To my very worthy opponent,
who continues to be my good per-
sonal friend, I offer my congratu-
lations and wish he and the City
Commission only the best."
The newly elected City official's
will begin their two year terms of
office on October 1 at which time
they will be sworn in.


they will be sworn in.


THE'


STAR


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


VOLUME XX


Mayor Elect


J. ... onrAtR I
Gets Close Victory


Bowdoin Named

Vice-President of

NWF Conference

The North- ust Florida Confer-
ence he.'i its annual fall aoeting
in Chipley, September 11. The fol-
lowing men were honored with po-
sitions of leadership in the confer-
ence: Colly V. Williams, president;
Leroy 'Bowdoin, vice-president;
-Harry Howell, secretary-treasurer;
These men were unanimously elect-
ed and are expected to lead the
conference to a most successful
year in all of its activities.
Quincy was selected as the site
of the conference basketball tour-
nament to be held on February 5,
6, 7, and 8, 1958.
The membership voted to black
out all visiting team radio broad-
casts for a distance of 50 miles.
Some member schools felt that the
broadcasts were hurting their
crowds.
The possibility of increasing ad-
mission prices in the conference
was discussed. No action was taken
for this school year. The represen-
tatives werevadvised to get a reac-
tion from their schools on the mat-
ter. The increase was sought to
offset the rising price of equipment.
The Conference considered a pro-
posal submitted by the West Flor-
ida Conference to combine the two
conferences. This proposal was de-
Sfeated by a unanimous vote.
Any school desiring membership
in the conference may submit an
individual application and will be
considered on an individual school
basis.

Returns To School
Miss Marietta Chafin has trans-
ferred from Judson College to Bay-
lor University for her junior year.
Baylor is the largest Southern Bap-
tist University and is located at
Waco, Texas.


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1957


Thieves Enter St.

Joe Ice Company

Chief of police H. W. Griffin told
The Star yesterday that a case ol
breaking and entering was invest
gated by the department Tuesday
night.
According to Griffin, a window
was removed from its frame to gain
entrance to the retail fish market
in the St. Joe Ice Company build-
ing. The thieves took several cases
of soft drinks, candy, crackers and
other small items.
Chief Griffin said no arrests had
been made as of press time yester-
day afternoon but he has several
suspects that he is checking on.
-*" -- -- ---

Miller Home Burns

To Ground Friday

The home of J. P. ('Bud) Miller
at Kenney's Mill was totally des-
troyed by fire last Friday morning.
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department was called to the blaze
at 11:00 a.m. but were unable to
save the house. When the fire de-
partment answered the blaze, the
house was already completely en-
veloped in flames. The department
confined their energies to keeping
the fire from spreading.
The Miller family lost everything
in the fire except for a few clothes
and a couch. According to Mrs.
Miller, who was at home alone, the
fire started from a defective elec-
tric wire in the ceiling.

Patient In Hospital
-Bobby Bowden of this city is a
patient at the Baptist Hospital in
Pensacola.


JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


.ON&@ op


Sharks Open 1957 Grid Season

Tomorrow Night In Apalachicola


Tomorrow Night In Apalachicola


1957 SHARK SQUAD-Pictured above, back row, left to right: Coach Lamar Faison, Jackie Mitchell,,
Charles Boyer, Wayne Taylor, Michael Munn, Terry Hinote, Gene Cox, Larry Henley, David Mussel-
white, Ward Richards, Fred Griffin, Ronnie Young, Mike Newcomb and Coach Marion Craig. Center
row, left to right, Terry Porter, Alex Gaillard, Ross Hudson, Billy Denton, .Bil11 Chism, Edward Smith,
Sonny Chafin, Frank Fletcher, Richard Zipperer, Kenneth Hurlbut and Willie Daniell. Front row, left
to right, Leo Punt, Ronny Parker, William Lucas, Kenney Marlow, Jackie Sheffield, Manager, Leonard
Costin, Bobby Burkett, Ed Bobbitt and Drew Hall. (Star Photo)


CATHOLIC ALTAR SOCIETY
TO SPONSOR RUMMAGE SALE
A rummage sale sponsored by
the Catholic Altar Society will
be held at the old IGA Store on
Reid Avenue, Saturday, Septem-
ber 21 at 10:00 a.m.


Fennon Talley Named To Head


Financial Drim


Merchants Entertain Employees At

Fish Fry Dinner Monday Night


Approximately 85 local merchants
and their employees gathered at
the Centennial Building Monday
night, when the Retail Merchants
Division of the Port St. Joe Cham-
ber of Commerce honored their
emnlovees iat a fish fryv ,inner.


Ve Of MethodiSt Church Served on the menu were fried
mullet, cole slaw, bread and coffee.
A short talk was made to the
Fennon Talley, of Port t. Joe merchants by G. F. Lawrence in
has been selected to lead the Me- reference to the next city wide
thodist Church's annual financial sale being planned by the mer-
drive. chants division. He asked the co-
The budget for the church has operation of every merchant in the
Thle budget for the church has event.
been increased 25 per cent over ev
last year's budget to provide for Silas R. Stone, president of the
increased building facilities. Pres- Chamber of Commerce spoke briet-
ent plans call for an addition to ly to those present. He congratu-
the parsonage and to the church lated them on their work In the
school building. Chamber and in their own division.
Mr. Talley has appointed the fol- He spoke of the promise of growth
lowing committees to help him with n this area and ure the Cooper-
this campaign. ation of every merchant and em-
ployee in promoting the area.
SPromotion chairman, B. B. Scis- The main speaker for the evening
son. was Circuit Judge W. L. Fitzpat-
Srick of Port St. Joe.
Correspondence, J. L. Sharit. Judge Fitzpatrick spoke on some
Lay speaking, H. E. Richards. of the legal aspects of doing busi-
ness such as sale contracts, collec-
Program chairman, M. P. Tom- tion of debts and some of the legal
linson, steps that businessmen should take


.. .Heads Drive


longed for and received the golden
touch. "Don't be greedy", said the
Judge, "make a fair profit and use
fair business practices".
Door prizes were awarded to C.
R. Lamberson, Mrs. Wayne BuAt-
ram and Mrs. 0. M. Morton.

Golden Harvest Drawing
At St. Joe Hardware

For the second week in a row the
Merchant's Division Golden Har-
vest fund was tapped by a winner
-and a big winner. Saturday, Sep-
tember 7 Mrs. Henry Campbell as
the week's winner with a 50 er
cent ticket. Saturday, September
14, Mrs. F. M. Rowan won $56.00
on a 30 per cent ticket.
Saturday, the drawing will be
held at the St. Joe Hardware Com-
pany. The fund is now $157.00.

Returns To School
Miss Sibbie Brinson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. 9A. H. Brinson has
returned to her studies at Floridja
State University. She is in her Sen-
ior year, this year.

Enters College


visitation chairman, J. L. Miller. to protect themselves. Mrs. Silas R. Stone has just re-
I He stressed, above all, fairness turned after a trip to Gaiaesville,
Church supper, Mrs. G. S. Crox- in business. He used as an exam- Ga., where she enrolled her daugh-
ton. :ple, the mythical King Midas who ter Bobby at Breneau College.


First Home Game


Next Friday Night


The St. Joe Sharks have com- of 25 to 6. Wayne Taylor led the
pleted their rough work in prepar- white offense with smashing runs.
ation for the Apalachicola game o- Jackie Mitchell completed five
morrow night. The Sharks played passes in six attempts for 91 yards
their sceond intra-squad game last for the White team. Terry Hinote
Friday afternoon. The teams were scored twice with Willie Daniell
considerably improved over the and Ronnie Young scoring one
previous game scrimmage, touchdown each for the Whites.
The white team won by a score Taylor added one extra point.


Cub Scout Pack 47
Will Meet Tonight

Cub Scout Pack 47 of Port St.
Joe will hold its montaiy pack
matting at the AmericiL Legion
Hall September 19. at 7:30 p.m.
Bob Walton, Boy Scout Council
R..': esentative, will be present to.
address the group, and an interest-
ing movie will be shown.
All Den Mothers and parents of
Cub Scouts are urged to attend.
Parents of youngsters between the
ages 8 and 11, who wish to regis-
ter their boy as a Cub Scout are
invited to attend.

Kiwanis Delegates Plan
To Attend Convention

The Kiwanis Club of Port St. Joe
will be represented at the 1957 con-
vention of the Florida District of
Kiwanis International at Clearwa
ter, September 22-24, Club Presi-
dent Rex Addison announced this
week. Host for the convention will
be the Kiwanis Club of Tuscaloosa.
Local delegates to the convention
will be Addison and Bill Cowden.
J. 0. Tally, Jr., Trustee of Kiwan-
is International, a Fayetteville,
North Carolina attorney, will be a
featured speaker at the three-day
meeting at the Fort Harrison Horol.
Delegates from 126 clubs, repre-
senting more than 8600 business
and professional leaders, will par-
ticipate in the various ,sessions.
Committee conferences, a discus-
sion of plans for the coming year.
and the election of officers will
highlight the convention program,
Addison said.

Visit In Wewahitchka
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Joines spent
Saturday in Wewahitchka visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. William Linton.


St. Joe High School Begins Driver Education Courses


Driver education, one of the new
courses in the curriculum of St. Joe
High School is. now underway with
55 students enrolled.
The text used for classroom work
was written and published by the
American Automobile Association,
and has been firmly endorsed by
Florida State Superintendent of
'Public Instruction, Thomas D. Bai-
ley.,
Sportsmanlike Driving, the text,
consists of five parts to help be-
ginning, intermediate, and advanced
school age drivers. Part 1 covers
the different phases of "The Dri-
ver". Part 2 covers phases of


"Learning How to Drive." Part 3
covers all phases of "Traffic Laws".
Part 4 covers all phases of "Sound
Traffic Practices" and Part 5 cov-
ers, "You and the Motor Age".
Requirements for the course are
to either have or to be old enough
to obtain a Restricted Driving Li-
cense.
Students taking this course must
have a minimum of 30 hours class-
room work, six hours of behind the
wheel driving, plus observation
time in the automobile. Additional
requirements are to pass all
"Sportsmanlike Driving" Tests,
Road Skill Tests, Psychophysical


Tests, and a term paper on some reckless driving, and arrests among
phase of driving, the teen-age trained drivers have
Students who satisfactorily com- been sharply reduced.
plete the course will receive a
Trained Drivers Card. Also, upon The driver training car will be
completion of the course, parents of dual control and adequate insur-
these trained' drivers will receive a ance will be carried for the protec-
reduction on their Liability Insur- tion of every student during train-
ance. Insurance companies have ing of "behind the wheel" driving.
realized the value of teen-age driv- The automobile will be furnished
ers receiving training in Driver by Thursbay Chevrolet Company.
Education and have made a just The St. Joe High School wants to
and fair reward, express their gratitude and appre-
Since the beginning of Driver citation for their participation in
Education in the curriculum of the this program.
high schools of this country, facts The instructor of this course will
and figures of teen-age accidents, work closely with the American Au-


tomobile Association, Florida High- Kathleen Dowd, Madeline Gill, Lin-


way Patrol, Local Police Officers, da Burge, Juanita Lay Field, Mary
and will welcome comments and Lou Anderson, Mary Jane Bobbitt,
suggestions from the citizens of Coral Lee Armstrong, Barbara
Port St. Joe. Eells, Marie Talley, Stephen Wheal-
Students taking the course are ton, Johnny Price, Cindy Carbon-
as follows: Jo Ann Coker, Eva Kil- neau, Fayett McCormick, Judy Poi-
bourn, Melvin Seawright, Leland tevint, Ruth Clark, Bill Mazorol,
Smith Joyce Davis, Marilyn Keel, Barbara Martin, Melba Armstrong,
Winford White, Tommy Walker, Joe Evans, Jimmy Long, Carrie Jo
Bobby Neal, Margret Martin, Freda Fletcher, Glenda Burke, Jo Epper-
Trammell, Diane Gilbert, Louise son, Tony Barbee, Beverly Fuller,
Richter, Edward Montgomery, Da- Larry Henley Jimmy Adams, San-
vid White, Pat Whitehurst, Diana dra Shaner, Carolyn Clark, June
McKnight, Jimmy Redd, Connie Coker, Billy Cumbie, Buddy Byrd,
Chason, Diane Lay, Jimmy Dawson, Michael Munn and Ava Jordan.


Frank Fletcher scored the lone
touchdown for the Blue team on a
smashing off-tackle run. Edward
ISmith led the Blue team at quar-
terback. He completed two passes
out of four attempts for 40 yards.
The passing game has shown im-
provement. Smith has recently join-
ed the Sharks as a full fledged
played. He is expected to,join Jack-
ie Mitchell in giving the Sharks
fine leadership from the quarter-
back post.
Fierce line play by Billy Denton,
Fred Griffin, Sonny Chafin, Alex
Gaillard, Ken Hurlubt and Larry
Henley highlighted the scrimmage.
Charles Boyer was held out of the
scrimmage due to a knee injury.
Defensive work has been the or-
der of the day in the Shark camp
this week as they taper off for the
opener. The locals anticipate a
tough night defensively as they
seek to contain Apalachicola's
Bloodworth and Howze.
Ken Hurlbut, fighting Shark
guard, has been lost for the Apala-
chicola game due to a bout with the
flu. He will be missed as he is one
of the most aggressive boys in the
forward wall. Ed Bobbitt, reserve
tackle, may be lost due to bad
ankles. Otherwise, the Sharks are
in good physcial condition.
The following boys will be in the
starting line-up:
Trery Hinote, left end; Larry
Henley, left tackle; Sonny Chatin,
left guard; Charles Boyer, center,
Alex Gaillard, right guard; Fred
Griffin, right tackle; Billy Denton,
right end; Jackie Mitchell, quarter-
back; Ross Hudson or Richard Zip-
perer, left half; Frank Fletcher,
right half and Wayne Taylor, full-
back.
Game time will be at 8:00 p.m.
EST.

Kiwanis Club Will
Sponsor Kid's Day

The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
will sponsor their annual Kid's Day
Saturday, September 28.
The Club is planning a larger day
for the kids this year than ever be-
fore.
The Kid's Day celebration will
begin at 10:00 a.m. next Saturday
when the kids will be treated to a
free movie at the Port Theatre and
free ice cream to go along with
their movie.
Saturday afternoon in the city
park, the kids will partiicpate in
supervised games and contests
with free drinks for all and prizes
for the contest winners.
The Kiwanis Club invites all
kids to make plans now to attend.


NUMBER 51


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-- Mrs.BissettHostess'WSCS Observes

W oman' S age To Gladiolus Circle Monthly Meetin
To Report News -- Dial BAll 7-3161 The Gladiolus Circle of the Port The Woman's Society of
-St. Joe Garden Club met with Mrs. tian Service held its regular
Lawrence Bissett Thursday after- ly program meeting in the
Mrs. J. C. Argobast Gives Program noon. Mrs. W. E. Thur&bay, chair- dist Church sanctuary M
man, presided. Mrs. Ethel Bridges September 16 at 3:00 p.m.
To Garden Club's Azalea Circle gave the programs entitled, "Sede The meeting was opened
Planting for Fall". president, Mrs. G. S. Crox
Crescent shaped flower arrange- The program was under
"Let's Set A Table" was the title cern Furniture Company store last ments were featured. First place reaction of Mrs. R. E. King, p
of an excellent program on table ar- week. was won by Mrs. Bridges and sec- chairman for Circle Four.
rangements given by Mrs. J. C. The hostess served refreshments ond place by Mrs. H. R. Maige.
Arbogast at the Azalea Circle meet- to 12 members preceding the busi During the social hour, Mrs. Opening hymn was, "In
ing. of the Garden Club at the home ness portion of this very interestt Terry Hinote was given a surprise There Is No East or West".
of Mrs. Carl Armstrong. ing meeting. stork shower. by Mrs. Bradley followed. T
Outstanding table settings and -- Mrs. Paul Fensom assisted the ture, taken from St. Matth


be as follows:
Circle 1-, Mrs. W. J. Johnson
(home of Walter John-son); Circle
19 2, Mrs. Herman Dean; Circle 3,
Mrs. Marie Costin; Circle 4, Mrs.
Bert Hampton.
Chris- Mrs. Charles Brown, secretary of
month- spiritual life will attend retreat at.
Metho- Blu eLake, Andalusia, Ala., on Oc-
Monday, tober 1, 2 and 3.
The business being concluded,
by the the meeting closed with the socixy
:ton, benediction.
the di- ___
program -

Christ
. Prayer
he scrip-
ew was


arrangements were displayed by Donnie Sheffield hostess in serving tea sandwiches, given by Mrs. Ed Ramsey.
members to illustrate the highlights 'cake and Cokes to the following The theme of the program was
of Mrs. Argobast's talk. Honored With Party members: Mrs. Robert Tapper, Mrs.. "The Spirit of Christ for All of Mr. and Mrs. Lelane Dav:d
Blue ribbons for the best tables PWayne Ashley, Mrs. Ethel Bridges, Life". Those taking part with Mrs. Hughes of Wewahitchka announce.
were awarded as follows: Break- Donnie Sheffield, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs. Terry King were Mrs. Virginia Harrison 'the birth of a daughter Debra Sae
fast, Mrs. Tmo Byrd; Luncheon. Mrs. Jack Shfefield was honored Hinote, Mrs. R. W. Henderson, Mrs. and Mrs. Esther Temple. Prayer in on September 1.
Mrs. Garland Lawrence; Dinner, with a party Monday on his fifth Fred Maddox, Mrs. Henry Maige, unison was led byo Mrs. Swatts. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dean Biggs
Mrs. Ralph Nance; Buffet, Mrs. J. birthday. The party was held at the Mrs. I. C. Nedley, Mrs. S. B. Witt Singing of a hymn, "We've A Story of this city announce the birth of
C Arbogast. Jack and Jill Kindergarten, and Mrs. W. E. Thursday. To Tell", completed the program. a daughter Cindy Ruth on Septem-
A red ribbon or second place Mrs. Sheffiled was assisted by ------ Mrs. Croxton conducted a short ber 2.a
went to Mrs. Chauncey Costin lf. Mrs. Blakely Thomason, Mrs. H. Enrolls at U. of F. business session at which time Mr. and Mrs. William Robert
a delightful "pint" informal dinn E. Rich and Mrs. Faliski in eater- Tommy Wilder of this city left plans were made for the ones who Branh of Highlan announce
tabe, training the 40 little guests who Sunday to begin his advanced study will attend the seminar to be held the birth of a son, Charles Kenneth
atne. attended, at the University of Florida at in St. Andrew Methodist Church, on September 7.
Table arrangements made by Birthday cake, ice cream, punch Gainesville. MPanama City, on September 19. Mr. and Mrs. Buford John Grif-
members of the Azalea Circle were and bubble gum was served to the i Meeting .places for circles to fin of this city announce the birth
displayed in the window of the Mo- guests. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY meet Monday, September 23 will of a daughter, Sylvia Juanise on
___ September 11.


"There's No SubstitutejFor Quality "


Shop



At


QUALITY


During'


Their


SHOE SALE


Shop.at the Store With the Mike on the Door and Quality Robin Hood, Robinette, For-
tune, Florsheim and Fashion Craft Shoes for' Men, Women and Children. If our shoes do
not give service. We make them good.



SPECIALS IN QUALITY SHOES THUR S, FRI., SAT., SEPT. 19, 20, 21


ROBIN


HOOD


"- Designed for young America. Dressy ligh-tweight swivel strap. Neo-
lite sole for long wear. Sizes 8% to 12 12% to 3. Black and Tan.

Regularly Sell for $4.95 to $5.95
51 H 98 SPECIAL $ OO

54 H.1871 THREE DAYS 1

Man Style -- Just Like Dad's


BOY'S OXFORDS
Sizes 8 to 12 12% to 3. Tan scotch grain. Every boy would like to
have a pair of these dressy as can be. R 1 ,..-. .
Regularly $5.95

THREE DAYS 45

$4.25
SPECIAL m.

Robin Hood and Robinette
Black&Tan Loafers
Ncal 0 T


CHILDREN'S SIZES
8% to 12 12% to 3. Reg. $4.95 to $5.95


LADIES' SIZES
3 to 9. Regularly 5.50


$4.00


$3.98


Shop Thursday, Friday and Saturday for shoes for the Family and SAVE!

ONE LOT MEN'S SPECIAL SPECIAL ODD LOT
Ladies' SHOES One Lot Men's Children's
Ladies SHOES Fortune SHOES Nationally Advertised
While They Last! ....
Reg. $5.95 to $8.95 THIS SALE ONLY SH 0 ES SH 0 ES
THIS SALE ONLY $4.95 to $5.95 Values
3.95 8.95 15.00 2.95


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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thomas
Stone of Highland View announce
the birth of a son, Tony Allen on
SEptember 13.
:Mr. and Mrs. Virgie Eldridge
Steward of this city announce the
birth of a daughter Debra Aan on
September 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruth White Maneis
of this city announce the birth of
a son, Rickey Wayne on Septem.-
bar 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory L. Stephens
annot nce the birth of a son, EirCmr:
Arden, born September 14
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Wimber-
ly, Jr., announce the birth of a sor,
Mark Venson, born August 28.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital at Port St. Joe.)

Margret Denny Marries
Dewey Clemmons, Jr.
Miss Margret Pell Denny and
Dewey Lee Clemmons, Jr., repeat-
ed their wedding vows last evening
at 7:30 at Trinity Methodist Church
in Tallahassee where the Rev. W.
C. Swygert performed the cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
J. Ellis Denny formerly of Port St.
Joe and the bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Lee Clem-
mons of Blountstown.
Those from Port St. Joe taking
part in the wedding ceremony were
Mrs. J. P. Fleishel, Mrs. Ed Ram-
sey, Miss Minerva McLane, Mrs.
Tommy Pridgeon, Mrs. Waring
Murdock and Miss Frances Hal!.

F.P.C To Conduct
Pie Baking Contest
All girls and boys who have pas-
sed their 14th birthday by January
1, 1958, but who will not have pas-
sed their 21.st birthday on January
1, 1958, are eligible to enter the
first lap of the National Cherry
Pie Baking Contest, sponsored lo
cally by the Florida Power Corpor
action, Mrs. Amy Thompson, direc-
tor of the company's home service
department announced this weeK.
Contestants must be unmarried.
No person who has previously rep-
resented his state is eligible for the
National' Cherry Pie Baking Con-
test.
The local winners will receive a
number 209 Pyrex pie plate. The
division winner will receive a stu-
dy lamp, and will go on to the
State-wide competition which will
be held in St. Petersburg, Saturday,
December 7, 1957. An- expense-paid
trip to Chicago for final competi-'
tion with winners from other states
Canada and Hawaii. will be given
to -the winner and the chaperon
from Florida.
Those desiring to enter the con-
test may contact the home service
adviser, Mrs. George Patrenos, Port
St. Joe, Florida Power Corporation
office. Registration, is open now
and will continue through October
21, 1957.


DAVID MAZOROL HONORED
ON FIFTH BIRTHDAY
David Mazorol, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Mazorol was honored
with a party Saturday, September
21 in honor of his fifth birthday.
Those celebrating with David
were Rocky Comforter, Carol and
Linda Grace, Johnny, Joan and Ri-
ta Lee, Julia and Deborah Bnttram
and Kirby Gautreaux.

Star Want Ads Get Results
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1957


Elementary Library The present philosophy of the
y i school is that the library program
expands Activities should offer centralized service in
Expands Activities instructional materials, whether
printed or audio-visual, together
By LAURA A. GEDDIE with information about materials
The Port St. Joe Elementary and resources in support of the
School Library is gradually chang- school program. As the school
ing its name and function from "Li- makes progress toward acquiring
brary" to "Materials Center". the amount of material and equip-
This transition has been gradual. ment which will make this philoso-
A little over five years ago the phy a fact, the name "library" will
library holdings were kept on three indeed be supplanted. The Mater-
shelves and in several boxes in the ials Center will be the hub of tha
school secretary's office. A few school for the dispensing of in
rooms had small collections of structional materials in the aid ot
books, a better school program.
The need for a centralized library -
became more apparent to the facul- ST. JAMES' CHURCH
ty, and they brought together the EPISCOPAL
room collections, got them ready Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
to check out, and placed them on Priest-In-Charge
shelves in a one-time classroom that 14th Sunday after Trinity, Sept.
had been spared for the central li- 22. 9:45 a.m., Church School. 11:00
brary. The teachers checked out a.m., Morning Prayer and sermon.
books from here and carried therm 7:30 p.m., Evening prayer followed
to their rooms for pupil use. One by a meeting of the Episcopal
teacher served as part-time librar- Young Churchmen.
ian and kept track of the books The Rev. Mr. Underhill will take
and other materials that were be- the 11:00 a.m. service this Sunday.
ginning to be collected for the
school library. e_
In 1954 the school had its first
full time librarian. Besides work-
ing with different grade groups in
a reading program, heir major task


was cataloging old and new books
and establishing the card catalog,
which is a dictionary arrangement
on cards showing the library hold-
ings.
Many new books have been added
since 1954 with something over 2000
titles at present. These have been
selected from recommended lists
for elementary school libraries, and
much attention has been given to
buying books for use in the sub-
ject areas, such as science and so-
cial studies, as well as for recrea-
itonal reading of literary value. A
selection of magazines on elemen-
tary school level has been available
for use by pupils an teachers, as
well as sets of well-known encyclo-
pedias, dictionaries, and other ref-
erence materials.
Last year this centralization of
materials for efficient use contin-
ued, and the filmstrips (a library
of about 300), recordings, maps and
globes were indexed, and were
checked out through the library.
Along with the audio-visual ma-
terials, the equipment to use them
is housed nearby. These adjuncts
to teaching include the filmstrip
projectors, tape recorder, opaque
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MINUTES OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSION

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
September 10, 1957
The Board of County Commission-
ers of Gulf County, Florida met this
date in regular session with the fol-
lowing members present: J. C.
Price, Chairman; E. C. Harden, Sr.,
A. J. Strickland, G. S. Croxton and
George W. Cooper. The Clerk, Sher-
iff Attorney, Engineer and Road
Supt. were also present.
The meeting came to order at 9
o'clock a.m.
The minute of August 5, 13, 16
and 22 were read, approved and
adopted.
C. W. Norton, Jr., appeared be-
fore the Board and said that h3 w: a.
appearing on behalf of the May)r
of the City of Wewahitchka, and
told that the recent rains iava
washed out the old Panama 2;ty
Highway at Guard House Branch
and requested the County to help
the City remedy this condition, or
even to take over said project. -Af
ter consideration, the Botird ap
pointed Commissioner HarTi sr o
work with the City on this pr i--,t.
The Board received a letter frou
J. A. Mulrennan, Director of the


Bureau of Entomology, State Board
of Health, recommended that the
County employ Charles Emniitte
Daniell, as Director of the Mosquit,-
Control District in Gulf County.
After consideration there was a
motion by Comm. Harden, seconded
by Comm. Cooper and upon vele
was duly carried, that Charles Em-
mitre Daniell be and he is hereby
appointed and employed as Direc-
tor of the Gulf County Mosquito
Control District, effective as of this
dale at a salary of $300.00 par
month.
I Charles Emmitte Daniell being
present, he thanked the Board for
his appointment, after which t'he
Board instructed him as to his du-
ties
The Board discussed road and
drainage problems in Overstreet,
Highland View and St. Joe Beach.
The following bills were ordered
paid for County Indigents:
Comforter Funeral Home for Ce-
phus Allen, $35.00.
Municipal Hospital, Port S' Joe
for: F. W. Faircloth $75.00. Walter
Pitts, $80.00.
H. B. Canning, for Bradshaw,
$5.00.
B. E. Kenney, Jr., notified the
Board that the S Joe Beach gar-
bage fill site that is on his property
in St. Joe Beach will have to be


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land, The Board discultgssed th0 os
sibility of securing other sites for
this operation and appointed Comm.
Price, Cooper and Croxton to con-
tact other land owners.
The Board accepted two right of
way deeds on the Midway Park road
and ordered same recorded.
J. I. Lark, contractor for the two
County Health' Centers requested a
thirty day extension of time to com-
plete said projects, his reason being
that he has not been able to secure
the steel door frames which must
be built into the walls. The Archi-
tect recommended that the exten-
sion of 30 days be granted. After
consideration, there was a motion
by Comm. Harden, seconded by
Comm. Cooper and upon vote was
duly carried, that the 30 day exten-
sion of time be granted, subject o
the approval of the Florida State
Development Commission.
Whereupon, there was a ,motion
by Comm. Harden, seconded by
Comm. S'rickland and duly carried,
that the County pay the City of
Port St. Joe and the City of We-
wahitchka $2,000.00 each, represent-
ing Race Track funds now due.
The Hon. W. L. Fitzpatrick, 'I:-
cuit Judge, notified the Board that
he has appointed Mrs. Betty Gaskii
Owens as his secretary at a salary
of $1800.00 per year, ,payable from
the General Fund of Gulf County,
effective as of August 30, 1957. The
Board entered into a discussion on
this matter. It was brought out' at
this item was not requested in
Judge Fizpatrick's budget request,
and the budget having heretofore
been adopted, there will be no funds
available. The Attorney advised
that this matter is required by law
and the County must pay the salary
as requested by the Circuit Judge,
even though it is not in the budget.
After further consideraiton, there
was a motion by Comm. Harden,
seconded by Comm. Strickland and
duly carried, that Mrs. Be Gaskin
Owens be placed on the County pay-
roll at $150.00 per month, beginning
August 30. 1957
The Clerk reported that .te ap-
pearance bond of Bobby King was
ordered foreclosed by the Hon. E.
Clay Lewis, Jr., Circuit Judge. The
bond was ordered foreclosed. &
Pursuant to notice, the following
sealed bids were received to fur-
nish the County one electric type-
writer for the Circuit Judge's of-
fice in Port St. Joe, to-wit:
The International Business Ma-
chine Corp. offered one IBM Execu-
tive Electric Typewriter as adver-
tised for, $595.00.
Whereupon, there was a motion
by Comm. Cooper, seconded by
Comm. Croxton and duly carried,
that the County purchase the IBM
typewriter as per bid from the In-
ternational Business Machine Corp.
Max W. Kilbourn, County Engin-
eer, made a report on the Second-
ary road program of Gulf County
was overdrawn on September 1,
1957 in the amount of $33,000.00;
that the Long Avenue project will
add another $46,000.00 to make a to-
tal deficit of $79,000.00; that Dy
February or March of 1958, Gulf
County should have accumulated
enough funds to pay off this deficit
and have funds to let contracts for
all projects in the .present. Second-
ary Road budget.
Comm. Cooper told the Board
that he thought the County should
purchase all parts and materials
from dealers in the County. In a
discussion that followed, the Road
Supt. informed the Board that he
always tried to make his purchases
in the county, but usually he finds
the dealers in our County does not
carry a majority of the items need-
ed to keep the road department go-
ing; that he has to go direct to a
jobber to get the parts needed and
that the jobber always gives the
County wholesale prices, which
amounts to a. 50% discount. Theb
Board directed the Road Supt, to
purchase all items for the Road De-
partment from dealers in the Cour.-
ty, providing they carry the items
needed and provided the prices are
equal' to the wholesale prices now
in effect for the County.
All bills were presented, exam-
ined and ordered paid.
All payrolls for the month of
August was approved and ratified
as paid.
The Farm Agent filed his report
for the month of August, 1957. The
following copy of letter from State
Road Department was read:
August 20, 1957
Mr. J. A. Whitfield
Wewahitchka, Florida
Dear Mr. Whitfield:
With further reference to our
letter of July 29 in regard to Flor-
ida Engineer Associates, Inc. I hope


Vl mnade, it, cleaO1 t ilia it, iibag bQ
tho eutof06l o 6 the Road Departawit
to accept legal descriptions and
plats of existing County and City
roads and streets prepared by pro-
perty qualified Florida Land Sur-
veyors.
The Statement that I made to
you, that the Road Department lik-
ed to do its own surveying was
made in no effort to cast any re-
flections on anyone else. One rea-
son that 'the Department likes to
do its .own surveying is that the
matter of laying out the route is
important and this of course is
done, at least partially by the peo-
ple in the field. There are times
however, when the Road Depart-
ment cannot get to this with .'s
own people, and does have to revy
on qualified people to do this for
the Department.
As an individual private citizen,
I would not hesitate to call on the
Florida Engineer Associates for any
Engineering work along this line.
iAs I stated to you before, the Road
Department has found them very
reliable, and we know of no reason
not to accept their work.
With best wishes, I am
Very truly yours,
RICHARD H. SIMPSON
The Board directed the Chairman
and Clerk to execute a deed to
Burley E. Parker, Jr., for lot 7,
Block 14 of Gulf County Land Comn-
pany's 'Subdivision as per minutes
of September 7, 1954.
The Circuit Judge, Hon. W. L.
Fitzpatrick requested the County to
,purchase the following equipment
for his office, to-wit: 2 Soundscrib-
er recorders, 1 Soundscriber Trans-
criber and 1 Dual Conference Con-
trol' Unit.
After consideration, the Board di-
rected the Clefk to advertise for the
above equipment, bids to be receiv-
ed October 8, 1957.
The City of Port St. Joe notified


Control and Land-fill program for
the next fiscal year in the amount
of $5,000.00.
The County Judge filed his report
of Licenses issued.
There being no further business
to come before the Board, the meet-
ing did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core J. C. Priz;e
Clerk Chairman

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
JAMES L. FULLER,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
James L. Fuller, deceased, are here-
by notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against the said estate in the
office of the County Judge of Gulf
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
agent, 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 Adminis'ratrix 4t-8-29
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By Col. W. S. Smith, Ret. HAVE a family) we moseyed up
Mayor of Buckhorn through Vermont to hit our Caua-
QUEBEC, Canada-After spend- dian neighbor.
ing 12 days in North Adams, Mass., Mr. Coody is Myrtice's bro:ber
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Joe Sharit, Ed and Bernard Prid-
geon, Cecil Costin, Uncle Charlie
McClellan, Patty and Phillip Lov-
ett and Ivory Nedley.
Entering Canada at BIackpoo],
Quebec, and passing through the
customs, we headed for Montreral,
our first anticipated scheduled stop
But were we disappointed in
this city! We had anticipated driv-
ing about and taking in all the
scenic spots, but found that the
city was a miniature New York
with all the inconveniences that go
with a metropolitan area. There
were no parking facilities, streets
were crowded with cars bumper to
bumper and the crazy French-Cana-
dians with their frantic and appar-
ently blind driving made it ex-
tremely hazardous to venture into
the streets, so after trying two dif-
ferent times to get to designated
points we gave it up as a bad job
and headed east for Quebec.
Having our Montreal experience
in mind, we hired a guide in this
city and were glad we did when
we passed through the narrow
streets of the old walled city. This
guide, by name Paul Picard, picked
us up in what he termed "Mr. Sul-
livan's car"--a Monarch, which is
the Canadian Mercury.
We got quite a boot out of Paul
who "Spoke English good". He
seemed to think that we were
mostly interested in the cost of
dwelling houses,,particularly those
of the upper crust, and he quoted
us prices as he pointed out resi-
dences of successful business men.
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4- s, ,'


ing back to afoutld itiag
We stopped and elltdre the Us-
4idline Convent, which dates back
*to 1639, and gazed at Gen. Mont-
calm's residence on the Ramparts,
at No. 49. We took pictures of the
Cnateau Frontenac, the Place Roy-
ale, near which Champlain built
hip. home when he arrived in 1608,
and the Martello Towers (named
after the French engineer who de-
signed them). Three of the four
original towers remain, one of
which has been converted into an
observatory and has a huge tele-
scope mounted on its top.
Naturally, in this predominantly
Catholic province, most of the so-
called "places to see" are the chur-
ches, cathedrals, shrines and monu-
ments. In fact, we discovered,
there are more ,Roman Catholic


if Quiebec than thera are it Rom1
in proportion to Its size,
We could go on and on about
this old city, but since we have a
considerable distance yet to travel
in Canada (to Ottawa from here,
and on up the Trans-Canada High-
way to Saulte St. Marie) we will
say farewell to Quebec (perhaps re-
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is occupied by businessmen, anoth-
er by professional men and then
the biurgoise. He was extremely
class-conscious and worshipped at
the throne of Moloch, even though
-he was but a guide.
Paul informed us that it had cost
him $300 to learn English, since it
was not taught in the schools and
had to be learned at private classes.
When we queried him on this he
informed us that "the prests she is
not allowing et." He seemed to be
greatly depressed, too, over the fact
that the 25-year-old daughter of the
lieutenant-governor of Quebec was
not married.
In visiting the Citadel and
the walled city we noted the
black, rust-pitted guns peering over
the walls, the white and grey stone
houses and shops fronting on the
cobble-stoned streets and squares.
In fact, in passing through this sec-
tion one can without any imagina-
tion believe they are strolling thyru
a 17th century city. On one of the
narrow streets, barely wide enough
for our car to pass, a group of
street urchins gathered around the
car singing French songs for pen-
nies. Paul stopped his Oar and
Myrtice and I passed out all the
pennies in our possession. Had not
th car windows been partially
raised, I swear those kids would
have climbed right in and snatched
the money from our hands.
While the new section of the city
is really modern, Quebec itself has
grown old so gracefully that inva.
sion of the new has not obliterated
the old and it has retained the.
building characteristics of the old,
en days. One has a feeling that it
is linked with heroes of centuries
ago, who died that this civilization
and way of life might live. In this
respect, we viewed monuments
marking the spots where Montcalm
and Wolfe had fallen, viewed the
400-foot cliffs facing on the St. Law-
rence which were climbed by
Wilfe's men in a vain attempt to
take the city, drove through the
narrow street (about 12 feet wide)
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vide is visiting her children hereimet Monday, September 16 at 3:00
for a few weeks. p.m. with six members present. oRy-
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Erown of Spring- j al Service program, "Pakistan, New
f'eld spent Sunday with their par-, FPi'd for Southern Baptists" was
cuts, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Whitehead. opened by the president, Mrs. Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phelps have Harbuck, reading Matthew 9:35-38.
sold their home here and are mov- A song, "Send The Light" was sung
ing next Monday to Crescent City by the group. Those taking part on
on the East Coast of Florida where the program were Mrs. Richetr,
they have bought a home. Their Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Garrett, Mrs.
many friends all hope them a lot Richards, Mrs. Harbuck. After a
of happiness. short business session, the meet-
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dobbs have ing was dismissed with prayer by
moved back to Port St. Joe to make Mrs. E. R. DuiBose.
their home. They have been living
in Albany, Ga. On New York Trip
in Albany, Ga.
Clinton Peterson and Murdie Har- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thurabay
kus made a business trip to Atlan- were in New York City the first of
ta, Ga., Mondaythis week as the guests of General
Mr. Ga., Mond Mrs. John Brown and Motors. Mr. Thursday won the trip
children of Carrabelle visited their in a sales contest, sponsored by
GM recently.
daughter and family over the week reetly
end, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daniels.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Futch of Mi-
ami visited Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Kelley last week. ,
Sgt. A. L. Knight, who has been -"
in service in Korea for two years 0
is visiting his wife and son, Mrs.
Essie V. Knight and Ralph.
Mrs. Katherine Brown and daugh-
ter fBarbara visited in Florala, Ala.,
over the week end. ( -
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daniels and Presented by yor octoi (
Sc Ic ictne aslo a th e
children visited a few' days last service of the Flosda dealt
week in Plant City with Mrs. Dan- teal Association and your
Local Medical Society.
iels' uncle and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Mizo Brown. DOES YOUR CAR THINK?
These days automobiles do just
Mr. and Mrs. Goerge Skipper about everything-but so far they
spent a few days last week in Pan- ion't think for you. The new safety
ama City with their son and fam- features are considerable improve-
Sn ments, but they are no substitute
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Skipper. I orgood judgment. New cars arc
Mavis Butts spent the week end aster and faster, but we still possess
ie same old brains. And slow
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 'rains in fast cars make a bad com-
A. Butts. She is an employee of the nation.
Baptist Hospital in Pensacola During most of the year Florida's
aptist Hospital in Pensacola. highways are jammed with rolling .
Melba Butts returned to Perkin- vacationers from all parts of the
stone Junior College, September 3. country Our own expanding popu-
She is a member -of the college nation adds countless more automo-
h f tilcs each year. Thus the entire year
choir and ensemble. Melba is a ma- jccomes deadly.
or in elementary education. Drivers involved in accidents sel-
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Raffield and loin blame themselves for what oc-
St e w e i B urs. Driving conditions were bad.
Family spent the week end in Bay he other driver was at fault, the
Miinette, Ala., with her sister and car developed some mechanical de-
family, Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers. lect. In a great number of highway
Birthday oty accident cases, the driver was ex-
Birthday Party ceeding the safe speed limit, he had
Mrs. Curtis Adams honored her stopped for some strong refresh-
grandson, Forest Van Camp on his ments, he was over-tired, or he just
1th birthday Saturday, Sept. 14, ut'1I poor judgment.
One of the contributory factors in
with a birthday party. She was as- highway accidents is the low physi-
isted by his mother, Mrs. Gracie cal and mental standards required
Van Camp. All played games includ- for automobile drivers. An automo-
bile in motion is a lethal weapon,
ng different kinds of ball games. and few drivers appreciate the de-
'he little guests were served punch structive power of the projectile
nd ,birthday cake. He received they are driving. A car moving at
S60 miles per hour and hitting a sta-
any lovelygifts. Those attending tionary object has the same impact
he party were Ken Daniels, Tom- as if it were dropped off a ten-story
ny Dady, Johnny Hall, Charlie Lew- building onto a concrete pavement,
Motorcycles, too. are involved in
s, Gerald Byrd, Barbara Gainous, traffic accidents which claim the
Wayne Dady, Susan Peak, Kay Dan- lives of more than 1,000 persons
els, Garry Byrd,. Helen Peak, Mel- each year.
ba Watts, Sharon Peak, Pat Me- Is the hand quicker than the eye?
Inasmuch as one third of road ac-
Cormick, Doyle Glass, Betty Wal- cidents are due to speeding too fast
;er, Raymond "Walker Andrew under unfavorable conditions, it
Lewis and Joan Van Camp. might be said the car is quicker thar
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By JUANITA NORRIS
Mrs. Mary Dees of Panama City
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dees
Saturday.
Edgar Dees and sister Betty mo-
tored to Panama City Saturday n
business.
Steve, Lloyd, Teresa and Tommy
Dees of Panama City are visiting
with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Dees.
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Dykes, Miss
uanita Norris and Mrs. Allen H
Nci ris and Mrs. Mary Portti motor-
ed to Wewahitchka Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hall and sen.
Randy, spent the week end in Ala-
bama visiting with friends and rel-
atives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Brown-
ing and son of Tallahassee are vis-
iting with the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Everette McFarland.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall and
Mr. and Mrs. Sims motored to We-
wahitchka Monday on business.
Attend Funeral
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brinson and
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brinson anA
daughter Sibbio attended the upn-
eral of C. A. Cook of Bainbridgc
Ga., last Friday. Mr. Cook was the
brother of Mrs.1 H. T. Brinson.


MENU
Menu for the Port St Joe Ele-
mentary School lunch room for the
week, September 23 to September


27.
Monday
Barbecue beef on toast,
beets, green snap beans,
sauce, white bread and one
pint milk.


spiced
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Tuesday
Scalloped ham and eggs, blackeye
peas, celery sticks, vanilla pudding,
white bread and one fourth pint
milk.
Wednesday
Chicken and noodles, turnip
greens, stewed prunes, cornbread
muffin and half pint milk.
Thursday
Corn beef hash, stewed cabbage,
shredded carrots, chocolate cake,
whole wheat bread and one fourth
,pint milk.
Friday
Mackerel salad, English peas, ap-
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Washington High School Tigers

Go To DNFuniak Springs Thursday


By JIMMY L. FRAZIER
Acting Reporter
Washington High School Tigers
opens its 1957 football season
Thursday night, September 19,
against revenge seeking Tivoli High
ef DeFuniak Springs. Remember it
was just a year ago that Washing-
ton High Tigers licked DeFuniak
for their first victory at the Slug-
gers' Field in Port St. Joe. Thurs-
day night should be a happy night
for the Tigers, because DeFuniak
being their first victim. But things
aren't expected to be that easy
since Tivoli will be seeking re-


James Sapp, Jr., Willie Lee Gainer,
Jackson Si-ples, David Martin, Clai-
borne Leslie, Eddie Harris, Eugene
Geathers, Paul Gant, Kylar Hamil-
ton, Watius Jones,' Jr., Howard
Garland, Lee Denson, McNabb,
Mansfield Gainer, Etavis Russ, Er-
nest Fennell, Jewel Givens, Cleve
Poole, Jr., Leonard Dunninson,
James Bailey, Ernest Givens, Lew-
is Barnes, Jr., and Clifford Pittman.


THU URSDAY, SEPTEM BER 19, 1967


St. Joe Rotary Club Thursday.
Craig deviated from his usual
line of discourse Thursday and
spoke of some of the psychology
that must be used in turning out
a functioning, winning football
team. Craig reported that he had
completed an intensive course this


Jimmy L. Frazier, president (f summer that stressed the impor-
the Student Council, said the Stu- tance of the individual player, both
dent Council would sponsor a pFp 'from the standpoints of what foot-
rally Thursday morning after cha- ball could do for the boy and what
pel. the boy could do for football. Of


venge from last year's licking. Head Coach, David Jones, an prime importance is the fact that
Since Coach David Jones has only his assistants, football tends to make the boy
iv elettermen he is faced with a Williamsmore stable and aggressive socially
big "IF" if the six rookies starting Williams and E. A. Twine have physically and mentally. He declay
in key position can hold up under gone as far as possible in helping physically and mentally. He decla-
first game pressure. When asked the boys prepare for this title, and ed that the sport taught a good

about', hisgame ptaressue.ng lineup Coach now boys it's up to you. Please deal thought education and we
Jones refused to comment. But we don't let us down. on to explain some of the compli-
Jones refused to comment. But we doXt lcated thinking that a team must do
don't think it will take him long to anticipate an opponents moves.
to call the names of Hbnry V. God- Visit AlabamaCraig said that his usual tactics
win and Jewel Givens, halfbacks; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Traweek and of training boys and extracting the
Howard Garland and Claiborne Lea- children spent last week visiting last bit of enthusiasm from the
lie, ends; Lewis Barnes and Mans- friends and relatives in Elba and. boys to win the game, were ridi-
field Gainer, tackles; Willie Gainer Ozark, Ala. tculed in the school and' he report-
or Eugene Gethers and Etavis Russ, ------ ed that he was going to switch to
guards; James Sapp, center; Er- Vacationing In North Carolina the new method of keeping anger
nest Fennell or James Bailey, full- and scorn out of his voice and ex-


back; Lee Denson McNabb should
start at quarterback.
Although Coach Jonesrefused to
comment on the starting lineup he
did say the following players would
dress for the game: Henry Godwin,


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Pression. This, according 'to the
course, is supposed to create, an
overpowering will to win. Craig
told the Club, "Believe me, some-
times it is an effort to maintain
the new attitude." He reported
that he thought the new system was
working as Port St. Joe High
School was the only school in this
part of the state that went through
pre-school practice largely on the
honor system.
'Craig explained some of the end-
less records that are kept on what
a boy does in practice and in a
game. "The boys know .this," said
Craig, "and are striving to get that
written record up as good as pos-
sible.')
Bandmaster erman Dean ap-
peared before the club to ask for
their sup-port in bringing the dis-
trict band contest to Port St. Joe
in March of next year. The club
voted unanimously to give their
support.
Guests of the club Thursday were
Dr. W. L. Langston and Gene Aus-
tin of Apalachicola and Bob Cava-
naugh and Bill Maloney of Jackson-
ville.

Visiting In Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Shuford are
visiting relatives in Georgia.
-c
Vacation In Mountains
Mr. and Mrs. George Suber return
ed last week from a vacation trip
to the mountains in Kentucky an]
Tennessee.


Elected to serve the club in a lea-
dership capacity were: George
Wimberly, Jr., president; Gannon
Buzzett, Vice-President; Dick Lam-
breson, secretary and Tom Also-
brook, treasurer. Directors for the
club are Rex Addison, retiring
president, Martin Begley, R. E.
King, Marion Craig, John. Robert
Smith, Bill Cowden, Hubert Rich-
ards and Frank Hannon.
The new officers will take office
on January 1.
A group of Kiwanians from Bon-
ifay were guests of the club. They
were telling the story of the an-
nual Kiwanis sponsored rodeo to
be held in that city on October 4,
5 and' 6. Henderson Douglas of Bon-
ifay was spokesman for the group
and told the club briefly how the
Bonifay Club put on their annual
Rodeo and what work they were
doing with their annual profits.
Guests of the club were Jackie
Griffin, Stephen Whealton, Edward
Smith and Jackie Mitchell of tne
Port St. Joe High School and M. V.
McFarland of Daytona Beach.

Lions Club Holds
Regular Meeting

The Port St. Joe Lions Club met
for their regular meeting date Tues-
day night. Coach Marion Craig gave
an address at the meeting concern-
ing football. He pointed out the
true purpose of football and stress-
ed the fundamental purpose of the
game.
Craig declared that the game was
not to glorify any one individual
but was part of the process of the
upbuilding of the character of 'he
individual in all capacities.
The Lions will be represented at
Disrtict 35L Conference to be held
Fort Walton Beach Sunday by
president, Warren Pareseau and
treasurer Jessie Stone.
The Lions are in the process ,f
raising the remainder of the cost
of the electric scoreboard installed
on the football field last year.
Plans were discussed for Ladies
Night which will be held in the
near future.

Returns 'From Visit
Mrs. Dolly Varnadore has re-
'turned after visiting relatives in
Little Rock, Arkansas and Jackson-
ville, Florida .

'Released From Hospital
Mrs. Neva Hinote was released
from the Municipal Hospital yester-
day after undergoing a check-up.


I


I 1


Thank You



Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Port St. Joe for your
confidence expressed in me at the polls Tuesday by
electing me your City Commissioner for a two year
term. I will do my best to live up to your trust and do
everything in my power to further the progress of our
City. I hereby pledge myself to sound, economical
government for the betterment of our city.


R. H. (Bob) ELLZEY


THE STAR, Por-t St.Jo, Fla.


ind


ustrial area comparable to oth-


Coach Craig Speaks'Kiwanis Elects

To Rotary Club New Officers

Coach Marion Craig gave his an- The Kiwanis Club of Port St.
nual views and lamentations on the Joe elected their new slate of offl-
course of the football aspects for
the Port St. Joe Sharks this year cers for the coming year at their
it the regular meeting of the Port regular meeting Tuesday at noon.


West Florida To

Be Outstanding

TALLAHASS'EE-L. A. Weston,
head of the industrial services di-
vision of the Florida Development
Commission, said this week that
the panhandle will become "t'se
outstanding industrial area of the
state."
'But at ,present, Northwest Florida
lags far behind the rest of the
state in Industrial growth.
During gthe first half of this year,
the 16 predominantly rural panhan-
dle counties attracted only 16 new
industries, as compared with Dade's
96, Broward which got 51 and Du-
val's 34.
'Executive Director iB. R. Fuller
said, however, there was an in-
crease over last year's expansion.
The total number of industries set-
ting in the area in 1956 was 29 and
this year already more than half
that' number rhad moved into the
section.
Three counties of the panhandle
got no industry either year. Thye
were Calhoun, Liberty and Jeffer-
son.
The commission will spend over
$200,000 in the next two years to
push the industrial development of
the state, and one study will con-
cern itself with nothing but the
northwest section.
The 1957 Legislature appropriat-
ed more than five million dollars
to the commission with the condi-
tion that not less than $100,000 be
spent each year "for study and pro-
motion of industrial development
in the smaller communities of the
state."
Studies Slated
Weston said two firms were hir-
ed to make such studies. The First
Research Corp. of Miami will study
the industrial potential of all of
Florida south and east of Jeffer-
son County, and Anthony D. Little
and Co., Cambridge, Mass., will cov-
er the panhandle.
They will study the types of in-
dustry best adapte dto the area,
how the area's general economy
could be improved by Industry and
how tourist trade could be develop
ed.
Both Weston and Fuller said one
reason for the lack of development
in the northwest -part of the state
was due to little advtrtisinug.
'This study should give us some-
thing to base such a program on,"
Full said. He said many of the
corporations which moved to Cen-
trar and Southern Florida did 1o
because they were the centers of
,population.
But Weston said facilities in the
panhandle area were just as good,
if not better, for industrial expan-
sion as other sections of the state.
"It has good ports, waterways,
natural resources and supplies of
workers," he said.
One county in Northwest Florida,
Escambia, is already known as an


NOLIE MARJORIE ANCHORS
SERVING AT PORTSMOUTH
PORTSMOUTH, VA. Navy
Nurse Lieutenant Nolie Marjorie
Anchors, daughter of Mrs. NettleII
Anchors of 527 10th St., Port St.
Joe, is now serving at the Ports-
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Before entering the service in
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Long Time Ago. .

FROM THE FILES OF THE STAR

10 YEARS AGO air raid wardens were making a
On September 14, 1947, Gulf Coun- nightly tour of the city checking
ty Board of County Commission- for blackout. They reported 100%
ers set a village rate of 16% mills co-operation with no lights show-
to run the county during the year ing. Also at this time, an aircraft
1948. spotter was located in the middle
In looking over a grocery adver- of what is now Williams Avenue
tisement, we find that 10 years in front of The Star and was man-
ago, a gallon of cooking oil was ned around the clock by volunteers
selling for $2.25; picnic hams, 59c Fifteen years ago this month, a
a pound and potatoes, 10 pounds federal grant of $17,500 was secur-
for 36c. ed to finish the construction of the
In September, 1947, Coach Mar- Municipal Hospital. The work had
ion Craig took over his duties as been halted because of lack of
coach of the Sharks. He has been funds.
'hard at it ever since. Pupils of Port St. Joe High School
15 YEARS AGO were being organized into a scrap
Fifteen years ago, Gulf Countyl
and Port St. Joe were in a state of collecting brigade for the war ef-
war. We notice in The Star where fort-15 years ago this month.


Chemstrand nylon plant and the
giant St. Regis Paper Co., both em-
ploy thousands of workers from the
area.


missioned in 1830, the Portsmouth
Naval Hospital has cared for the
wounded of every war since that
time.








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PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE: Penney's Beach Apart-
ments, Sit'. Joe Beach, Port St.
Joe.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAIl 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: Two lots 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 brickcrete home on Mc-
Clellan Ave., Lot 130 ft. by 128 t.
Will sell for $12,600.00. Can sell for
only $1,200 down and balance n
long term mortgage.
FOR SALE: A very nice two bed-
room.house with breezeway and
garage. Oak floors, nice yard. To
sell for only $8,500. Buy equity for
$2775. and assume existing mort-
gage for balance at 4%,% interest.
No closing cost or red tape.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BAlI 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: Gas log fireplace heat-
-er. Call Mrs. Paul Fensom. Phone
7-5661. 3tc-9-12
BOAT FOR SALE: 15 foot with air
cooled inboard engine. Very good
condition. $150.00. See Ted Frary.
FOR SALE: Cushman scooter. Just
painted. $50.00. See B. C. Gaillard
1009 Monument Ave. or call 7-7396.
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: Furnished apartment.
Adula only. Phone 9-1351 after


4 p.m. tfc-9-12
FOR RENT: Two furnished apart-
ments in Highland View. 1 two
bedroom, one one bedroom. Both
have hot water and are modern.
.See W. H. Weeks.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. Also 2 bedroom un-
furnished apartment. Both newly
redecorated. Inquire at 520 Fourth
St. Phone 7-5606. tfc
FOR RENT or SALE: House trail-
er in good condition. See Mrs.
Paul Farmer at Oak Grove or call
7-2565.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house.
Three bedroom and bath at 524
4th St. Phone 7-8141.
FOR 'RENT: Furnished 2-bedrooar,
apartment. Upstairs. 2161 Sixth
St. ltp
WANTED: Taking applications for
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Apply during day to manager.
WANTED: Any news of interest to
your neighbor for the Panama
City News and Herald. Call MYis.
Benton H.amm at 9-1876. tfc-9-12
NEED A BABY SITTER? Call Kay
Creech. Phone 9-1441 tc
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me


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SPECIAL SERVICES
:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
-hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re,
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SEPTIC TANKS pumped 6ut. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
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Keys Made While You Wait
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PANA-CRAFT BOATS
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Reel Parts and Repairs
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St,. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 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.


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Phone BAII 7-3820
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
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No. 111, F&AM every first and
bhird Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


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and had eight downs to cross the
goal line. Neither team scored but
the blocking and tackling looked
good. The boys have a lot of work
to do to be ready for their game

WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116.
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home
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. Geddie,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.


ability to run the ball. Jimmy Ste-
phens, Donnie Young, Way n e
Blackburn and George Boyer are
all aggressive ends. Don Gardner,
Paul Presnell, Joe Whaley and
Winford White are doing a fine job
at tackle.
Carl Zimmerman, Pat McFarland,
Cecil Lyons, Michael McKenzie and
Jimmy Long are looking good at
thle guard positions.
David Nance, Robert Costin, Nor-
man Hall, Tommy Grimsley and
Mac Raffield are battling for the
center position and as of now Da-


SOUVENIR PLATES vid Nance and Robert Costin are
10-inCh with uhoto of Florida Cen- one and two at this position.
tennial Monument: $3.00 including About 49 boys are out for the
tax. For display only. Available at
Fuller's Supply Co., or The Star. Junior teams and all saw action in
Friday's scrimmage. Other boys
WANTED: Experienced bookkeeper that played good in Friday's scrim-
Call 7-3411. Wimberly Pontiac
Co. ltc mage are: halfbacks, Joe Evans,
Richard Arnold, Steve Kennedy,
FOR RENT: 3 room unfurnished
apartment. Phone 7-8141, 524 4th Sonny Eells, Courtney Martin and
St. Itp Johnny Chafin.
.- I Chesley Fensom Howard Lovett,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Blaine Tharpe, Harold Keels are
COURT, GULF COUNTY, battling for fullback positions with
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Chesley Fensom, Howard Lovett
In Re: Es'tate of
EDWIN P. LAPEYROUSE and Blaine Tharpe all experienced
deceased. fullbacks.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Buddy Kennington, Larry Davis,
All creditors of the estate of Ed- candidates for quarterback did not
win P. Lapeyrouse, deceased ae candidates for quarterback did not
hereby notified and required to file see service in Friday's scrimmage.
any claims or demands which they Freddy Joines, halfback candidate
may have against the said estate and one of the better kickers on
in the office of the County Jaige
of Gulf County, Florida, in the tie team didn't see action on ac-
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor- count of a strained muscle.
ida, within eight calendar months Other linemen that played in
from the date of- the first, public Friday's scrimmage were: Ends,
cation of this notice. Each claim or
demand must be in writing and James Gibson, Jimmy Johnson,
must state the place of residence Wayne Stevens. Tackles, Richard
and post office address of the clai- Thompson, Lindsey Thursbay, Ber-
mant and must be sworn to be nie Buzzett, Clifford Wimberly.
claimant, his agent, or his attor- uarsTommySte ,
ney, or it will become void accord- Guards, Tommy Stevens, Bob Brace-
ing to law. well, Jerry Barnes and Winford
This the 9th day of September, White were absent due to illness
A. D. 1957JA.NE F. LAPEYROUSE and missed the scrimmage.
Administratrix of the Es- These boys play their first game
tate of Edwin P. Lapey Thursday night (tonight) at 7:30
rouse, deceased. on the St. Joe High School Foot-
SILAS R. STONE 4t ball Field. The boyswill be divided
At o t-____ up into two equal teams. This year
NOTICE the boys will have numbers on their
The Board of County Commis- jerseys and special thanks to Mrs.
sioners of Gulf County will receive Kathrine Ivey's enrichment classes.
sealed bids from any person, corn- For the first game each team will
pany, or corporation interested in ,
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THANK YOU


With gratitude from the depth of my heart I thank you for giving me
the privilege of again serving you as Mayor, and pledge to you my very best in
a continued effort for the betterment of our town. Port St. Joe is my home.
I love it, and shall do everything possible to make it a better place for all of us
to live.



J. L. Sharit




Notice Of Appreciation

TO THE GOOD PEOPLE OF PORT ST. JOE:
I am unable adequately to express my sincere appreciation to the
people of Port St. Joe for the wonderful support accorded me in my bid for
Mayor-Commissioner. I am indeed justly proud and at the same time com-
pletely humble.
I want to assure you that I am not discouraged and hope that you,
too, will not be discouraged. We carried on a hard, clean campaign against
formidable odds and were almost successful.
By your record vote you have obviously demonstrated your awareness
of the necessity of public participation in your City Government; and I beseech
you to continue such activity. If my race accomplished nothing more it has
certainly been worth the effort put forth in my behalf, remembering that this
was a campaign based on principals and not personalities. I thank you all
from the bottom of my heart.
To my very worthy opponent, who continues to be my good personal
friend, I offer my congratulations and wish he and the City Commission only
the best.
Gratefully yours,

SILAS R. STONE


have six chieerieaders. The election
,for Junior High Cheerleaders will
be announced at a later date.
No admission will be charged, but
contributions will be accepted to
help pay for the Junior High equip-
ment. The boys have been working
hard for the last three weeks, so
come on out and watch them play

selling the County the following
described personal property:
2 Soundscriber, or equivalent,
,Disc Recorders embodying 33 1-3
rpm recording speed with 15 min.
recording time on each side of
-each disc. Separate playback and
recording arms to listen back
without losing recording place.
1 Soundscriber, or equivalent,
Transcriber with Television in-
dexing mirror.
1 Dual conference control unit to
accommodate up to 8 carbon mic-
rophones.
Bids will be received until Oc-
tober 8, 1957, 9:00 o'clock a.m., Cen-
tral Standard Time, at the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, We-
wahitchka, Florida.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County
By J. C. PRICE, Chairman

METHODIST MEN'S CLUB
WILL MEET TUESDAY
The Methodist Men's Club wJli
hold its regular monthly meeting on
Tuesday, September 24 at the so-
cial rooms of the Methodist Church.


1958
DRIVERS' LICENSE
NOW ON SALE
(Expire September 30)

MYRTLE CHILDERS
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Junior High Teams W ill Begin Series a good brand of Junior High foot-

Of Intra-Squad Games Tonight At 7:30 ball.

The Port St. Joe Junior High this Thursday night at 7:30. .- p. -
School football team held a 40 min- During the scrimmage definite
.ute game type scrimmage last Fri- improvement over last year was -
day afternoon. The squad was di- .shown. Freddy Bowdoin has improv- t "
vided into two equal teams for ed on his passing; Nelson Hall, -
this scrimmage. Each team was Jimmy Wilder and Curtis H-am-
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Thank You

For the wonderful support and vote you gave
me in our City Election. You the citizens of Port St.
Joe are to be congratulated for voting such a high per-
centage.
We have a wonderful city in which to live.
Let's all work together with our city officials and with
God guiding us all it will continue to be a wonderful
community.
Thank you again for your vote and support.


GORDON S. HALLMARK


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