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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
VOLUME XXI THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1957 -,ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA asy b NUMBER 1
Tyndall AFB Warns
Boaters of Rockets
Area In Gulf South of Port St. Joe Will Be
Used As Rocket Target Range By Air Force
TYoNDALL AIR FORC] BASE- boats which violate the firing range.
Low flying aircraft making passes Firing over the range will in-
over fishing boats in the Gulf of crease during the coming weeks
Mexico south of Port St. Joe, Apa- thus making it highly important
lachicola and Carrallele area are that all boat captains heed this
not passing the time of day with a warning, Tyndall officials stated. .
friendly salute but are trying to The water range starts near the
warn boat crews of the extreme south end of St. George Island and
danger of being in this area. extends south approximately 100
Aircraft from Tyndall Air Force miles in an area southeast of Port
Base at Panama City, Florida are St. Joe and the Apalachicola area.
being used instead of Crash Boats Should a boat accidentally wan-
to warn fishermen away from the der into the range an aircraft from
water range used by the Air Force Tyndall AFB will fly over the bow
for firing of rockets and missiles, of the craft at a low altitude to
In the past, crash boats were used warn the captain. The captain
to patrol the area but recently the should at once turn and leave the'
switch was made to aircraft so that area.
a wider area could be covered cn Tyndall AFB is currently using a
less time. C-45 aircraft for the warning but
Tyndall Air Force Base is now occasionally may use a T-33 jet air-
using a "searching type" missile, craft. Regardless of the kind of air-
which seeks the target after it is craft, Tyndall officials stressed that a
fired, thus making it more danger- boats should heed the warning at
ous to any fishing craft or pleasure once.
Police Again On The
Prowl For Offenders
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin
asked The Star to serve warning
this week that the Police De-
partment is making another con-
certed effort to bring traffic
regulations in the city in force
Several months ago the De-
partment made a concentrated
drive to enforce traffic regula-
tions in the city with good results.
Chief Griffin reports that driv-
ers are becoming lax again to
the regulations and many viola-
tions have been noted.
He urges the cooperation of
motorists in this drive, especially
In this time of the year when
there are so many children going
to and from school.
The C-45 aircraft is a two engine,
propeller type plane and it is plan-
ned to have a flashing red light in-
stalled so that the warning will be
This area in the Gulf of Mexico
was designated as Tyndall's range
area and placed under Tyndall AFB
authority through the River and
Strategy Backfire and Fumble Are Costly
Sharks Lose First Conference
Game To Walton High, 13-0
The St. Joe Sharks tasted defeat through to block the extra point with the pay-off pass.
at the hands of the Waiton Braves try and the Braves were ahead 6-0. Jackie Mitchell and Wayne Tay-
last Friday night before a capacity The Sharks were unable to mus- lor sparked the Sharks defense
crowd of soggy spectators,. ter up any offensive and with the along with some good line play
The Sharks 13-0 loss was their aid of a Shark fumble the Braves from Larry Henley, David Mussel-
first loss of the- season P.e they scored their final T'i, as the first white and Sonny Chafin.--Taylor,
saw their opening strategy back- quarter ended. Ed Smith and Mitchell carried the
fire on them and result in Walton's The two teams played on pretty brunt of the Sharks offense.
first score. even terms for -the remainder of St. Joe travels to Marianna to-
Walton kicked off to the Sharks the game that saw fumbles and morrow night to take on the con-
and St. Joe's Taylor received and penalties hurt both teams scoring ference giants of Harry Howell.
promptly punted' the ball back to efforts. The Sharks will be heavy under-
them, hoping to catch them -by sur- The Sharks put on their best dogs but will be, as always, trying
prise and result in a big setback drive in the fourth quarter. David for the big upset.
to the Braves. But Walton's flashy Musselwhite, Shark end recovered St. Joe Walton
little halfback, Bunny Bludworth a Walton fumble on the 50 yard First Downs --------. 8 11
scooped up the ball and almost line. Quarterback Jackie Mitchell Yds. Rushing ........... 87 17,2
went all the way until he was cut loose with the passes to Mus- Yds. Passing ........ 38 0
brought down on the Sharks 40 by selwhite and Ed Smith that saw Total Yds-------..........125 172
Buddy Hudson. The fired-up Braves the Sharks drive to the five yard Pass Attempt ....- 1,3 1
promptly drove up to the one yard line. St. Joe drew an offside penal- Pass Completed ....-.. 5 0
line without much opposition where ty and promptly fizzled out as the Had Intercepted ..... 1 0
the Braves' Donaldson dove over Braves defense tightened up and Yds. Penalized ....__ 20 25
for the score. Wayne Taylor broke Mitchell was unable to connect Fumbles ... 2 1
Sharks Will Meet Formidable Foe In
Marianna Bulldogs Tomorrow Night
The St. Joe Sharks will meet the working at left tackle due to these
Marianna Bulldogs in Marianna Fri- developments. Ed Smith, Willie
day night at 9:00 EST. This will be Daniells and' Richard Zipperer are
the second conference game for the
local team. The Bulldogs have ano-
ther fine football team and has
been picked by the conference
coaches to win their second straight
Coach James Gunter and Dave
Nicholson scouted Marianna and
report the Bulldogs to be a well
balanced,team that passes and runs
with equal effectiveness.
Wilton MeRae, a senior quarter-
back, runs the big Marianna team
with poise and. skill. He passes well
also. Halfback Willie Whitehead
and fullback Gene Chance are ex-
pected to give the porous Shark de-
The Bulldog line features San-
ders McMullen, an all-conference
center. Wayne Tidwell, 210 pound
tackle and Wayne Stewart, a fine
pass receiving end, are standouts
n a line that limited Tate to
around 50 yards total yardage.
,Kenneth Ricks, Mariannas top
runner and pass receiver is report-
ed to be out of this week's game
due to a shoulder injury.
The Sharks are working hard to
get ready for a rough football
game. Frank Fletcher and Fred
Griffin are considered out of action
for this game. Fletcher has the flu
and Griffin has not recovered from
an injury received in the Walton
game. His injury was not a serious
Larry Henley is a doubtful start-
er as he has the flu also.
Terry Hinote has been shifted to
right tackle and Sonny Chafin is
working at F'letcher's position. Ken
Hurlbut will start at left guard.
The Sharks' Charles Boyer re-
turned to the practice field as did
Billy Denton who appears ready
for heavy duty.
Coach Marion Craig says, "Our
football team realizes the calibre
of the team they are facing. They
are not conceding the Bulldogs
anything, however. We hope to play
-them a good game. If we do not
knock with them, it could become
an embarrassing situation in a
The probable -starting lineup:
Merchants Taking Part
In Sweepstakes Contest
Eleven Port St. Joe merchants
are now participating in "Lucky
Name Sweepstakes"- drawings of-
fering the people of this area an
opportunity to win valuable prizes
just by registering in their stores.
Prizes are given away by each
merchant every week. This promo-
tion, being held in conjunction with
radio station WJOE, is designed
to show appreciation by the mer-
chants participating to the many
customers who shop in their stores.
Each ,Sweepstakes drawing is
broadcast over WJOE. There is no
obligation on the part of the custo-
mers, and they do not have to be
present to win. This promotion is
also designed to draw more custo-
mers into Qea h- n hanfll- tn rt
Commission Sets Tentative
Budget Of $157,097.82
Junior High Team Plans Four Games 32Q9 00
With Outside Teams; Two On the Road
Take First Trip To FIS Chafin, and Sonny Eells. F ro m
This Afternoon At 2:30 Fullbacks: Chesley Fensom, How-
ard Lovett, Blaine Tharpe, Harold
The 1.957 Port St. Joe Junior' Keels. Tuesday night, the City
High football team will play the Ends: Don Gardner, Jimmy Ste. in for two year terms, Mayor J
Junior Team from Florida Indus- vens, Donnie Young, George Boyer, H. (Bob) Ellzey and Watson S
trial School at Marianna, Thursday WayneBlackburn, Wayne Stevens, One of the first actions
trial School at Marianna, Thursday James Gibson, Jimmy Johnson and
afternoon at 2:30 p.m. CST. The Jerry Barnes. aration of the budget to opera
1957 squad will be the first in the Tackles: Joe Whaley Courtney years. The new budget will sl
history of Port St. Joe Junior High Martin, Ronald Tharpe, Richard due to circumstances explained
to play interscholastic competition. Thompson, Paul Presnell, Clifford millage will be slightly higher
A satisfactory age and weight Wimberly, Bernie Buzzett, Lindsey
agreement has been made with the Thursbay and. Tommy Walker.
FIS officials and also with the Guards: Michael McKenzie, Jim- Alan Hallmark Has
Blountstown aggregation. The age my Long, Pat McFarland, Cecil Shoulder
and weight limit will be boys 14 or Lyons, Carl Zimmerman and Tom. Leg, ouldr Brken
under, no weight limit. Boys that my Stevens.
are 15 will be limited in weight Centers: David Nance, Robert Gordon Hallmark and his small:
to 140 pounds. Costin, Tommy Grimsley, Ollie son Alan, were injured in an autc
The intrasquad game schdeale Stoutamire. wreck Saturday afternoon about
for last Thursday afternoon was charles Barnett and Carl Moore 6:15 p.m.
cancelled because of the inclement a)e newcomers to the squad but Hallmark, accompanied by his
w~ather. The boys have had ody haven't had a chance to practice. children was returning to Port St
one practice since last weak, but Joe from Wewahitchka Saturday
they seem to be In fine spirit and afternoon. It was raining and th
are shaping up into a fine football Rotarians Find Out Why road was slick. As they crossed
team. t rad a ck s o
Games have been scheduled with 'Food' Bill Is So High the railroad tracks just East oi
PIS and Bhountstown for this sea- the city lmits, Hallmark said' the
IS and Blhourntstown for this ses- rear end of his car began to skid
sion. These four games will be ia Rotary Club president Jimmy causing the car to leave the road
addition to their regular intrasquad Greer presided over the regular and turn over.
games, meeting of the Rotary Club last Alan Hallmark received a broken
No starting line up will be nan- Thursday at noon at the Motel St. leg and shoulder. Hallmark receiv-
ed until game time as several boys Joe. President Greer presented Ro- ed a strained back and his daughter
have shown the same ability to per- tarian Joe Mira with a button sig- Patricia suffered from minor cuts
form on the footbaii field In rsla unifying 15 years perect attendance and bruises. "r
ion to their positions. t Thursday's meting. Alan wastaken to Municipal Ho
More than likely the two platoon Guests of the club were Gene Aus pital and was released Monday af-
system will be used on the basic tiof Apalachicola; Justin Wed, ternoon and is now recuperating
the first intrasquad game showed dell and Gen Preahico ell of Pensa at home.
that the two teams to be equal with cola and Merrit Pope of Panama
adequate replacements for both City.
teams. Don Fay, owner of several Piggly .
The boys are in good spirit and Wiggly stores in Panama City was Bottle or BriK Causes
have shown a desire to play foot- the guest spaeker for the meeting.
ball and regardless of the outcome oe on the four things that an T Wreck Car
of the game will make a fine show- make for a man's happiness: his
ing for themselves. home, his church, his civic activi- One man was injured early Sun-
Junior High Schedule ties and his family. "If you are day morning when, he said, the oc-
Oct. 3, FIS, there, 2:30 CST. blessed with a good active affilia- cupant of a parked automobile
Oct. 10, Blountstown, here, 7:30. tion in all four phases, you are a threw "a bottle or a brick" at him
Oct. 19, Intrasquad game, 7:30. happy man" said Fay. and caused him to veer his vehicle
Oct. 22, Blountstown, there, 6:30 In the business aspect, Fay spoke off the road, turning over accord-
Oct. 31, Intrasquad Game, 7:30. on his own experiences in the su- ing to Florida Highway Patrol re-
Nov. 7, Intrasquad Game, 7:30. per market field. He told of some ports.
Nov. 14, FIS, here, 7:30. of- the history of the Piggly Wiggly Patrolman T. M. Aplin reported a
-Nov. 21, Intrasquad Game, 7:30. organization and listed at random 1957 sedan driven by Johnnie T.
The following boys are expected some of the reasons why the "gro. Burrow, 24, of Port St. Joe was
to make the trip Thursday to Mar- cery ill" is higher. According to wrecked about 1:30 a.m. Sunday
anna. Fay, the-cost of food is nearly four 'morning three quarters of a mile
Quarterbacks: Freddy Bowdon,per cent below the average rise in north of Beacon Hill on State Road
Curtis Hammond, Larry Davis and the cost of living Index. The reason 386. Aplin said Burrow was headed
Buddy Kennington. for the higher food bill, he said, is south on 386 when he ran off the
Halfbacks: Jimmy Wilder, Jim- because modern super markets sell ifet side of the highway and the
my Dawson, Nelson Hall, Richard many items now other than food. car turned over.
Arnold, Steve Kennedy, Johnny He compared a food market of pre- He said damage to the car was
-- war status that carried an inven- estimated at $800, and Burrow suf-
tory of about 800 Items to the mo- feared a possible fractured left
Kiwanians See Movie dern super market of today which shoulder.
carries nearly 12,000 different items Aplin said Burrow told him a car
Made Under Water from clothing to groceries and was parked alongside the highway
cooking utensils. These "extra and that, as he passed by, the occu-
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club items" he said, make up approxi- pant of the car threw a bottle or
experienced an unexpected treat at mately one third of the super mar- a brick at him, causing him to
their meeting Tuesday when they- ket's volume business and are thus- dodge and wreck his car.
were shown underwater movies lv ona thirA nf th. rnor'rv hir -
made in St. Joe Bay by Bob Smith.
The movies were shown by John
Robert Smith, program chairman
for the meeting
left end, David Musselwhite; left so that they may become more The movies were made mostly
tackle, Sonny Chafin; left guard, Laware of the many services offer- near the entrance of the shipping
e ; rightguard, Alex Gaillard; rights oy- ed by these progressive Port St. channel to the Bay around the old
er right guard, Alex Gaillard; right Joe merchants, shipwreck. Shown in the movie
tackle, Terry Hinote; quarterback, The following stores are partici- were all sorts of marine life. And
HudJackie Mitchell; left half, Ross pating in this event: Buzzett's let nobody kid you, there are fish'
Sack; wht half, rd Smth;Drug ,Store, Hallmark's Depart- in the 'bay by the millions. g
yne Taylor. me gt Store, Stone's Shop for Men, Bob had many scenes of large
Thames Jewelry, Olen's Depart- schools of mackerel, dolphin, rock
IGA Is Newest of meant Store, Piggly Wiggly Super salmon, angel fish, spade fish and
a s Nest o Market, Modern Furniture Corn- many others.,
Star Advertisers pany, Firestone Home and Auto Some of the most interesting
Supply Store, Costin's Department shots were made of flounders, some
We would like to call your at- Store, Roche Appliance Company of which were as big as a wash tub.
tention to fact that the grocery and IGA Foodliner. Bob had reported that fish be-
advertisement for the IGA Food- Some of the stores are planning came accustomed to humans roam-
liner is now carried each week grand prizes, to be given away just ing around them and paid them no
in The Star. before Christmas time. Among mind. To demonstrate this, he had
The owners of the Foodliner, :these are the Modern Furniture Included in his movie a diver swim-
Ed Woods and John V. West- 'Company, who will give away a ming up to a flounder lying on the
moreland contracted with The Norge automatic washing machine, bottom and rubbing his hand across
Star to carry their ad last week, and Stone's Shop for Men, a cns- the flounder's back without disturb-
from now on. tom tailored suit. ing him.
We invite you to look for their Stop into any of these stores and Guests of the club were Steven
advertisement each week in the find out more about "Lucky Name Whealton, Richard Zipperer, Ed
pages of The Star. Sweepstakes". Bobbitt and Monroe Tindel.
He foretold a day coming when
the refrigerator would be obsolete Sikes Says Ike Has
as far as it being needed to keep
foods from -spoiling. He told the Stepped Out of Bounds
club that at a recent convention he
attended a side of beef hung for Congressman Bob Sikes has the
eight days in the meeting hall and following to say about the Arkan-
never spoiled due to its treatment. sas School situation:
Also on tap are automatic check "The President's action is un-
out stands which will eliminate the believable. It is shocking that the
possibility of error. "Many improve- Chief Executive has been so mis-
ments are -on tap for your modern led in this use of his powers and
super market" said Ray, "that will responsibilities. He is taking very
reflect the natural progress of our bad advice. Much damage to the
world today", relations between the races will
Mrs. W. L. Head from Ozark,
Ala., is visiting her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tra-
Guests of Buttrams
Rev. and Mrs. Jack E. Casey were
the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Send The tar To A Prtesa
result from this action.
"The Arkansas school dilema
shows the inevitable result of un-
timely haste in trying to force In-
tegration upon people who do notI
want it. The situation in Arkansas
has deteriorated from bad handling
on both sides but there is nothing
to indicate a requirement for Fed-
eral troops. The Governor should
promptly close the schools there
in protest of this invasion of State's
rights. This amounts to a new in-c
vision of the South by 'Federal for-I
ces led by the NAACP.
) Is Pared
Commission of Port St. Joe swore
L. Sharit and Commissioners R.
of the Commission was the prep-
ate the City on for the next two
how a decrease over last year but
further on in this story, the total
than last year.
The Commisgioners have trim-
med some $32,500.00 off last year's
budget. Some of the parings we e
brought about by the fact that the
city had included' in last year's
1 budget $30,000.00 to move the city
sen er line that runs under the nea.
railroad overpass now under con-
struction on Highway 98. The line
is the main line running from the
s. city -to the disposal plant.
S Last year's budget counted on an
income of $189,620.58. This year the
d city is counting on $157,097.82 Ac-
n tally the city will take in more
money than this with around $25,-
000.00 scheduled to come in from
cigarette tax which is pledged on
bond issues and not counted :n the
Even with this reduction in the
city operating budget, more money
will be needed- from taxes. Last
year the City o}t: !a $66,865.00 in
taxes. This year's proposed budget
calls for $82,7;10.00 by way of taxes.
This increase is due to the tying up
Of cigarette taxes on bond issues
for expansion of the Municipal Hos-
pital; the defeat of the gasoline
tax in the September elections
which usually furnishes around
$10,000.00 a year in-the city tills
and the failure of the County Com-
mission to levy millage on the road
and bridge fund thereby depriving
the City of approximately another
$10,000.00 (The County financed
the entire road and bridge budget
from race track funds. The City is
entitled to one half of all money
collected in taxes in the city for
road and' bridge purposes).
All these things add up to the
City having to cut back on its ser-
vices or Increase taxes. The City
Commission did a little of both in
their proposed budget by trimming
the expenditures and increasing the
millage by two mills, to a total of
Increases in the city budget are
as follows: Administrative Expense
10,300 to $11,600.00; Legal Expense
from $1,600.00 to $1,800.00; Park
Maintenance from $3,575 to $3,700;
Contingencies from $6,000 to $6,500;
Social Security Insurance from $1,-
800 to $2,000 and Holly Hill Ceme-
tery from $1,025 to $1,500.
New expenditures include: De-
velopment of New Colored Ceme-
All other funds are either less or
the same as last year. Last year
the City had set aside $12,000 for
Hospital Operation. This was not
used by the hospital. This year the
City set aside $11,000 for the hos-
pital in case they need it.
Total assessed valuation in the
City has jumped from $7,429,406 to
Service Officer To Visit
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene,
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Preston L. Nicholas,
Assistant State Service Officer.
Nicholas will visit this area for
the purpose of helping veterans or
their dependents in filing claims for
Compensation Benefits or solving
their Insurance problems. This free
service includes assistance to em-
ployers of veterans under the GI
Bill, Vocational Training, Subsis-
tance or other problems.
During his visit in this area Ni-
cholas may be contacted at the
City Hall on Monday, October 7
from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
c~ups, representing baby diapers, FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE 2
Mrs. James Harrison added interest, as did other ar- ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Receiving Training
Stork Shower Hono ree anements throughout te house O S Trcle 2 of the First Baptist RMissuRth Lynn Ramsey, who is Intramura Program
Stork Shower Hooree After being served delicious pie Church met Monday afternoon to attending Emory University in At t-'
and coffee, the guests were invited .. .... elect new officers for the new year. lanta, Ga., will be affiliated w/ch Gets Under Way
On Saturday morning. Septem- to the newly finished sun room to To Report News -- Dial BAll 7-3161 The new officers were selected the University of Maryland in Bal-
her 28, Miss Sibbie Brinson and see the plant collection and to sign as follows: Chairman, Mrs E- timore,Md., or three months where By AT SPEARS
Mrs. Billy Fred Parrish were ost-the beautiful baby book which was il N I Th b to attend were Vivian Stephens, mette Daniell; .Co-Chairman, Mrs. she will receive her psychiatric The Senior Intramural Board of
esses at a stork shower honoring the gift of the hostesses., m U llurs y Rosemary Tomlinson, Dianna Me- Joe Bracewell; Secretary-treasurer, training. Miss Ramsey is the daugh- ,Port St. Joe High School held its
Mrs. Jimmy Harrison. Th setting Enjoying the affair with the hon- On Birthday Knight, Nancy Pridgeon, Blair Shu- Mrs. W. I. Carden; Program Chair- te o Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramsay of first meeting during activity per-
for this lovely party was the hom, oree,- the recipient of many lovely ford, John 'Miller, Delores Chism, man, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon; Stew- Long Avenue. iod Monday, September 23.
of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. lBrinson on' gifts, were Mrs. W. L. Durant and Kathleen 'Dowd, Raye Lapeyrouse, hardship Chairman, Mrs. C. A. Mc- The purpose of the Intramural
Sixth Street, beautifully decorated her daughter. Miss Helen Durant, Ir. and Mrs. W. E. Thursial Coral Lee Armstrong, Barbara Eells Clellan; Mission Study Chairman, Board is to plan and regulate the
for the occasion with appropriate Mrs. C. L. Costin, Mrs. Joel Strait Sr., honored their daughter, i.- Mr. Fan Quarles, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bob Ellzey; Community Mis Lunch Room Menu competitive sports program carried
floral arrangements in pastel col- Mrs. Chris Martin, Mrs. Jack Jus- ma Nell, with a formal birthday par. John Cannington and Mr. and Mrs. sions Chairman, Mrs. L. Z. Hender- Oct 7 on within the school The program
ors. The center of interest was tle tice, Mrs. Walter Hawkins, Mrs. ty, at the Amreican Legion Hall, C. Thursday. son; Flower Chairman, Mrs. W. J. nd mustard is beneficial to those students who
gift table on which was placed a Ralph Swatts, mother of the hon- saturday evening, September Daughtry; Social Chairman, Mrs. I Ground bee with ce, ml u wish to compete in, organized sports
miniature bassinet in pink and sit- oree, and the hostesses. Unable to Mrs. Thursday and Wilma Nell Those assisting Mrs. Thursday Rush Chism and Children's Home .greens, corn bread, apple sauce and but donothave the time or inclina-
ver, covered with ruffled nylon not be present but sending gifts were greeted the guests at the door. Wil- were Mrs. Charles Gill, Mrs. Lind- Chairman, Mrs. E. C. Cason. milk. tuesday, Oct 8 tion to participate on the varsity
and holding a beautiful arrange- Mrs. Homer Philyaw, Miss Peggy ma Nell's gown was white and sil- sey Thursbay, Mrs. Brady Jordan, Tuesday, Oetnna sausage, cab- level.
ment of pink vine and snow on Philyaw, Mrs. Marion Parker and ver using silver accessories. Her Mrs. Velma Hinote, Mrs. S. D. John- SUNDA YSCHOOL CLASS Limabeans, viena sausage, Members of the board are elect-
the mountain". Attractive mint Mrs. Tom Pridgeon, Jr. corsage was a pink orchid. Mrs son, Mrs. I. C. Nedley and Mrs. Fan NOMINATES OFFICERS bage slaw, prunes, whole wheat. A boy girl from each home-
Thursbay wore a black velvet dress Quarles. The nominating committee of the bread and milk.A b room elected by their fellow class-
trimmed with rhinestones. Her cor- Dancing was enjoyed' by all. Winsome Sunday School class of' Wednesday, Oct. 9 room rates. The following people were
sage was of pink carnatiins. the Long Avenue Baptist Church Hamburgers, buns, rice and toma- elemates. Theprese following their home-ere
At etWednesday morning in the toes, sliced dill pickles, peanut but- elected o epresent
Phone Port St. Jo The colors carried out were pink WSCS Meets At met wednesday morning in the ter cookies and milk. rooms. 9A, Madeline Gill, Albert
BA 7-4648 CitizenS FederFlorida and white throughout the hall. The Ch e of Ics. Thursday, Oct. 10. T il
punch table was covered wiith a art Iu n, Ham and potatoes, cheese wedge T E 1
and LOAN ASSOCIATION white organdy cloth with pin'k back ..M Elected to serve for the coming Frances Spears, Willie Daniell. 10B
white organdy cloth with pink back- ----Retherford, vegetable salad, cherry pie, white
grounid.With coral vine around the The Woman's Society of Chris- year are: Mrs. Dole, v bread and milk. ue Tucker, Bobby Burkett. 11C
punch bowl and around the silver tian Service met Monday, Septem- president; Mrs. Frank Peole, vice- Friday, Oct. 11 Carolyn Byrd, Frank Griffin. 1A,
-3. trays of open face sandwiches. ber 30 at 3:00 p.m. in the Methodist president; Mrs.EthelBowden, sec- Cacaroniand cheese, green peas,-Ronnie Young. 11B, Patty Redd,
P rofiPable itfThe cake table was identical to Church sanctuary for the first ses- retary and treasurer and group jello, rolls and milk. Richard Zipperer, 12A Pat Spears,
e puch table; using silver can son of a new study, Kigdom Be- captainsare Mrs. Cliff Harper, Mrs. Wayne Taylor. 12B, Kathleen Thom-
delabra with pink candles and car- yond Caste". Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. W. P. Dick- ason and Charles Boyer.
3 'o per annum, credited and nations. The three tier birthday The introductory, "Christ, ane ery and Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey. fo The officers of the Board are as
cake was the centerpiece with ern Church and Race, was given by ows, President Wayne Taylor;
compounded, June 30th and cake was the centerpiece wit fern Church and Race", was given by GARDEN CLUB WILL Vice-President, Charles Boyer; Sec-
December 31st, or in cash. and coral vine around it. Mrs. Nancy Howell after which a
December 31st, or in cash. "Those signing the guest book playlet, "Take Any Street" was MEET THURSDAY AFTERNOON retary Pat Spears; Treasurer,
Those sigin th gus bo playlet, "Tk An S tre The Port St. Joe Garden Club ^ dFrances Spears. The club is spon-
were Peggy Chafin, Sonny Chafin. presented by Mrs. Alma Jones, T he Port St. Joe Garden Club Dac S T c s
Steve PeggyLucas, Micha fi Sonny Cafin M. presented by Mrs. No Alma Jon s. will meet Thursday afternoon at OPEN SUNDAY, 5:45 P.M. scoredd by Coach Marion Craig.
Steve Lucas, Michael Munn, John Mrs. Mary Belin, Mrs. Norton Ki'l 3 p.m. at the Motel St. Joe. ,PEN 6:30 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:00
SA^ FflB E ^ S Q Presnell, Tony Barbee, Jackie bourn, Mrs. Elsie Griffin, Mrs. iu- p'm attheMtlStJ J ."N 630 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:00 ^
YOU R S a Mitchell, Joyce Davis, Kate Till- lia Creech, Mrs. Betty Godfrey an.] Frank W. Barnes, winner of the
SA FE Per Annum man, Bill Chism, Travis Jones, San- Mrs. Ma Dean. teacher scholarship will be the FPitrAVy -n '. A-vtr^ .
SnBll T a ea nMrs. eMspeaker. All members, are urged o ONE SHOWING OF EACH
S Insured by An Agency of The United States dra Bracewell, Crista Duren, Wil- Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., gave the speaker. All members are urged o ONE SHOWING OF EACH
'Government, up to $10,000.00. lie Daniell, Diane Lay, Edward first chapter of the study, "Man- attend. PICTURE
Smith, Mary Lou Anderson, Ross kind's Most Disturbing Problem". -- FEATURE No. 1 -
Hudson, Mike Morton, Richard Zip- The meeting was close with JOHN BARRIER ENROLLS
WE FINANCE HOMES ON LONG TERM EASY PAYMENTS Hudson Mike Lorton, Riehard Zip- The meeting was closelIN WHEATON COLLEGE OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.M.
peer, William Lucas, Cindy Car- prayer by Mrs. Howell. John Barrier, son of Mr. and Mrs. SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.
bonneau, Alex Gaillard, Ed Bb- All members are urged to be JohnBarrier, son of Mr. and'Mrs. SATU AY, 1
BRING or MAIL us your SAVINGS FUNDS, by Check, bitt, Dianna Fitzpatrick, David present Monday, October 7 fur the Wade W. Barrier, Port St. Joe, has rp f I
Money Order, or Cash, by the 10th. of any month, Musselwhite, Gail Roberts, Judy second chapter of study. enrolled as a graduate student ati THURSDAY FRIDAY
EARN from the 1st., EXTRA PROFIT. Fensom, ,Beverly Baldwin, Elizabeth ---- Wheaton College. He is preparing to
Ann Browne, Gail Gill, Higdon CARD OF THANKS for the ministry. i ckodth1 .' MAN! Africa's most dangerous
Swatts, Buddy Byrd, Ab.e Miller, We wish to thank our many Located in ,suburban Wheaton, 25 teFilmed ame!
Jimmy Fuller, Franklin Fletcher, friends for their acts of kindness miles west of Chicago, Wheaton Lo tin .i 7
eCnt. ra 1 Sa ; 4 'Betty Ward, Ann Miller, Marie Tal- during the recent loss of our son College attracts students from all -.- A /
ley, Brenda Ward, Glenn Alligood, and grandson. God's richest bles- over the country as well as an av-
Charles Boyer, Elaine Musselwhite, sings on all. erage of 36 foreign countries who
and LOAN ASSOCIATION of Port St. JoeJimmy ild, Phyllis Leis and Mr. and Mrs. T. R Richards lend a cosmopolitan atmosphere to .5.TT "
|Madeleine Gill. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Richards the attractive campus. Wheaton
_T_ hose sending gifts but unable Mr. and Mrs. J. D Clark enjoys limited enrollment of 1600N
"_____students and 100 graduate students ROBINSON
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ments, S.t. Joe Beach, Port St.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
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BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: Three houses in High-
land View that can be sold for
only $300 down and the balance
can be paid like rent at 6% inter-
est. Why pay rent when you can
buy on these terms.
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Com- omethtug uaefal. STOP and
I pletely furnished. St. Jos Beach 'WAP.
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write K. Parker, 2115 Bryan Ave.,
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mas gifts see or call Mrs. L. Z.
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FOR RENT: House at Beach. Rea-
sonable rates. See Bill Carr at
St. Joe Hardware.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two-roon
house with bath at 1305 Long
Ave. See Bobby Baxley or phone
FOR RENT: Furnished' cottages.
'St. Joe Beach. Year round rates
i$45 and $55 month. Anderson Cot-
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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.
Adults only. Phone 9-1351 after
4 p.m. tfc-9-12
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish
ed apartment. Just redecorated.
Phone 7-5,606. 520 4th St. tfc9-26
FOR RENT to couple. One bedroom
furnished cottage. $65 per mo.,
includes utilities. Mexico Beach.
See R. L. Fortner, 5 houses east ,,f
Wayside Park. tfc-9-26
WANTED: Taking applications for
employment at Port Theatre.
Apply during day to manager.
WANTED: Used bassinette. Call
male or female, from this area,
wanted to service and collect from
automatic vending machines. No
selling. Age not essential. Car, ref-
erences, and $600 working capital
necessary. 7 to 12 hours weekly
nets to $250 monthly. Posslbill.y
full time work. For local inter lew
give full particulars, phone. Write
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Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
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.
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J. C. PRICE, Secty.
Phone BAII 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.
Ail Master Masons cordially invited
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THE AMERICAN LIGION. 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. Goddie,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLOR DA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
EDWIN P. LAPEYROUSE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Ed-
win P. Lapeyrouse, deceased, aie
hereby notified and required to file
any claims or demands which they
may have against the said estate
in the office of the County Jaige
of Gulf County, Florida, in the
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first public
cation of this notice..Each claim or
.Benton Hamm at 9-1876. ttc-9-12
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: *1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
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service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re,
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
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1qADE US that useless article for
demand must be in writing and
must state the place of residence
and post office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to be
claimant, his agent, or his attor-
ney, or it will become void accord-
ing to law.
This the 9th day of September,
A. D. 1957.
JANE F. LAPEYROUSE
Administratrix of the Es-
tate of Edwin P. Lapey
SILAS R. STONE 4t
Attorney For Administratrix 9-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF GULF
JAMES V. NORRIS )
LAQUITA JOY NORRIS )
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
NOTICE TO: LAQUITA JOY NOR-
RIS whose residence is unknown.
Oh or before the 2Gth day of Oc-
tober, A.D. 1957, the defendant, La-
quita Joy Norris, is required to
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serve upon Ernest C. Wimberly,
plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of, and file with
the Clerk of this Court the original
of, an answer to the complaint for
divorce tiled against her in this
cause. Herein fail not or decree pro
confesso will be entered against
you, the said Laquita Joy Norris.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 25th day
of September A. D., 1957.
GEORGE Y. CORE
as Clerk of said Circuit
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 1957.
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United States Threatened
With Federal Dictatorship
(From The Mobile Register)
Dictatorships in government are born exactly by the rule-
by-force approach which President Eisenhower has chosen to
use in the Little Rock school crisis.
Mr. Eisenhower's decision to clamp an armed federal yoke
on the state capital of Arkansas by using troops to compel racial
mixing in the classrooms is horrifying.
It leaves the American people only one step removed from
federal subjugation at bayonet's point.
Make no mistake about it, when dictatorship moves in-
and Mr. Eisenhower and Mr. Brownell are pushing it in-freedom
is driven out.
That, and nothing less, is what has happened in the tragic
case of Little Rock. A localized federal dictatorship has taken
over in that city in an attempt to thrust racial integration into the
schools by sheer military force under a ruling of the U. S. Supreme
Court that destroys the freedom of the states to control their own
This is a week of monumental misfortune for the American
concept of the sovereignty of the states in their own affairs.
It is a week in which the Eisenhower administration, in a direful
follow-up to its successful demand for the integration decision
of the Supreme Court, has given birth to an infant federal dicta-
President Eisenhower, by rashly proclaiming that either
federalized National Guardsmen or soldiers of the regular U. S.
Army, or both, may be used to enforce school integration in
Little Rock through armed might, has openly and directly con-
tradicted his own repeated counsel for patience, understanding
and moderation on the integration question.
There is no plainer or more complete self-contradiction in
American history that than of President Eisenhower in this in-
Last year 101 members of Congress signed a "Declaration of
Constitutional Principles" that became known as a "southern
manifesto" decrying the integration decision and declaring:
"We pledge ourselves to use all lawful means to bring
about a reversal of this decision and to prevent the use of
force in its implementation."
The ink was hardly dry on the signatures to this declaration
when resident Eisenhower said at a news conference in March
"If ever there was a time when We must be patient without
being complacent, when we must be understanding of other
people's deep emotions, as well as our own,, this is it."
He did not stop there.
In again commenting on the specific subject of racial inte-
gration in the schools, he said last September that it is "difficult
through law and through force to change a man't heart." He
called it a "question of leading and training and teaching people,"
and said "it takes some time, unfortunately."
This September one year later, President Eisenhower has
chosen to abruptly htrow away every word of that.
He has abandoned his counsel for patience, understanding
and moderation and adopted the dictatorial policy of attempting
to change men's hearts through force by the impetuous and in-
excusable use of federal armed might.
Something has happened to the EFisenhower who was first
elected President of the. United States in 1952. The old Eisen-
hower is. gone from. the White House. A different Eisenhower,
an, unfamiliar Eisenhower and a contradictory Eisenhower is there
President Eisenhower has so changed his mind if not his
heart-and not in deference to military force-that today he is un-
recognizable as the man who, only last year pleaded urgently for
patience and understanding on jhe explosive issue of racial mix-
ing in the schools. /"
-" He has cast as,~k all the logic, all the common sense, all
the wisdom of what he said then, and has swung the wheel sharply
in a direction which, if continued, is certain to lead to a federal
dictatorship in the United States of America, founded and up to
now preserved! as the greatest land of the free the world has ever
f"'" When Gov. Orval Faubus, in the performance of his offi-
cial duties, saw danger in the Little Rock school situation and
called out Arkansas National Guardsmen to maintain law and
order and keep down disorder and violence, he was forced by
federal injunction to withdraw the troops.
But when trouble flared up in the absence of the guards-
men who had been removed by the governor in submission to
federal edict, President Eisenhower-not the Eisenhower of 1952
but the Eisenhower of 1957'-precipitously and almost arrogantly
ordered the same guardsmen federalized and made available along
with regular Army solIdiers for use in attempting to force inte-
grated schools upon the people of Little Rock by federal armed
The federal record in the Little Rock crisis is an unmistak-
able sample of federal dictatorship in action on a localized scale.
Trying to make anything less- dreadful out of it would be a fool-
ish failure to face the grim realities that have come to this land
of the brave even though federal bayonets glisten threateningly
where freedom has always reigned ,,._ ,
By Col. W. S. Smith, Ret. handful of Breton sailors were say-
Mayor of Buckhorn ed from shipwreck through the di-
ST. JEAN DESCHAILLONS, Ont. vine intervention of their patron
Can.-Leaving Quebec, we headed saint, Sainte Anne. In gratitude
up the coast 21 miles to Ste. Anne
de Beaupre, famous as a pilgrim's
shrine. On the way we took the old
road (there is a ne wsuper-highway
bordering the St. Lawrence River)
and this road, reputed to be the
oldest in Canada, wound around as
though it had been laid out by the
builders following a swaying ox-
cart, of which we saw several in
this section. It passed through old
and quaint villages nestling in the
coves of the great river and the
foothills of the Laurentian Moun-
On the way we crossed over the
Montmorency River and from the
highway viewed the spectacular
Montmorency Falls, which tumbles
274 feet into the St. Lawrence.
These falls, the highest in Canada,
are 106 feet higher than Niagara
Arriving at Sainte Anne we found
it crowded with sightseers and pil-
grims, despite the fact it was
Thursday and not the week end.
This village has become known as
the Lourdes of North America, and
boasts a magnificent Basilic
ly remininescent of the Cath
Notre Dame with its two
pleted spires. In addition
Commemorative Chapel, t
tions of the Cross, and th
rama, a circular painting
Holy Land 360 feet in ciT
As a pilgrimage center,
lage dates back to 1658
they built a small chapel in her
honor. The first so-called miracle
occurred that same year when a
crippled farmer was suddenly cur-
ed (wrom what affliction we were
unable to discover) as he placed
three small stones in the founda-
tion of the chapel. The interior of
the Basilica is magnificent and the
words of this poor scribe cannot
begin to describe it.
Heading back to Quebec, we
took the new highway and in no
time at all were soon crossing the
huge Quebec bridge to traverse the
south shore of the St. Lawrence,
having already covered the north
side from Montreal.
Puttering leisurely along we
made our overnight stop at this
small quaint village when we saw
a sign "Moderne Cabines-Showers,
River iew, Private Be'ach." This
sounded good, so we stopped. The
young man in charge of the "ca-
bines" spoke little or no English
but could understand "How much?"
He called on an apparent caretak-
er, an oldish man who seemed to
ca gread- speak with a Scotch cacent. When
edral of I inquired about this he replied:
incom- "I'm a damn Frenchman, raised in
are the New Hampshire!" We referred
he Sta- quite often thereafter to the "damn
e CycIo- !Frenchman."
te We had the view from the cabin,
a magnificent vista of the St. Law-
rence with cargo and passenger
this vil- ships passing almost in a solid
when a stream. The private beach was
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226 Reid Ave. Dial BAllI 7-8881 Nites & Sunday, 9-1351
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Avenue Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING GWORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION __ 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
PRAYE RSERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
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STARTERS mad ENFRATOS
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somilewhat disappointing, lying some THE STAR; Port St. Joe, Florida
400 feet straight down the cliff.
And the shower-well, pipes were crackers. Pour over layer of pre
run through an old-fashioned kitch- pared butterscotch pudding, follow
en wood stove, and there was no ed with another layer of crackers.
firewood naturally we forebore Pour in layer of whipped cream
taking a shower this day, for we Place another layer of crackers an
had to sleep under two blankets, as top with a rich chocolate sauce
we had been doing for most of the Place in refrigerator over nigh
Place in refrigerator over night.
past three week However, we
had a good mattress.
We were referred, for dinner iby
the "damn Frenchman" of this de
luxe tourist court to a home cafe BEAMAN PLUj
across the road, and after our dis-
appointment at our, accommoda- 110 HUNT
tions were delightfully surprised by
the cuisine and the ladies who op- Licensed
erated it, Madame Fluerette Pois- Can Handle Any Type
so her sister, Mademoiselle Fran- 15 Years
coise Poisson, and their mother. 15 Years'
We were served a delicious steak ALL WORK GUARANTI
dinner, the vegetables as usual
with French cooking up here, being PHONE BAll 7-2
unsalted. When asked what we I
would like for dessert Madame
Poison endeavored to tell us what
was available, but between her spo-
radic English spiked with French
and our sporadic French spiked EXPERT R
with English, "no one got nowhere". EE L
Finally she burst out, "Wait," and
dashed to the kitchen, returning DAIO an
with a large flat pan with the des- RAII av and
sert. It was not only delicious but CAR RADIOS REPAII
was delectable, so Myrtice insisted
on the recipe. PIck-Up and
Francoise, who taught French in
Montreal and was home on vaca- Smith
tion, could speak English, though iS ith Radio
having trouble at times, asserted Phone BAlI 7-5591
that "you talk too fast" (but, boy,
how they rattled off the French)
translated, and we arrived at the
Madame Poisson's Graham
Line large pan with graham
on the door
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1957
i- Serve in squares.
W- So, with this delightful concoc-
s. tion we leave St. Jean Deschallons
1. and wend our way down the St
d Lawrence with Ottawa in view and
e. the construction work on the St.
t. Lawrence Seaway.
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YELLOW CROOK NECK
P L E S4bs..
U. S. No. 1 Irish
Grade 'A', Ga. and Ala.
DRESSED and DRAWN
Swift's Select Beef SHOULDER CLOD LB.
Roast Ib 49c
Swift's Select Beef Sirloin or T-Bone LB.
Steak lb 79c
Swift's Select Beef RUMP ROAST or
Swift's Premium Sliced -- Lb. Cello
Swift's Select Beef
BEECH NUT STRAINED
Bush Mix 'em up
IGA Extra Lean Ground Fresh Daily 3 LBS.
Ground Beef $1
6 CZ. CANS
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P*GGLY WIGGLY .i iYAR
BIG CHIEF 214 LB. PKG.
LITTLE CHEF 12 OZ.
NABISCO LB. BOX
. all over the store you'll find hundreds of special values in
the very finest foods. (Just don't habe ROOM for 'em all in our
ad!) Shop Piggly Wiggly regularly where value is the rule and
never the exception. -... -
BEECH NUT STRAINED
BABY FOOD 6For 63c
McCORMICK'S -- 4 OZS.
Black Pepper 31c
Take advantage while prices are still low. You
can't beat PIGGLY WIGGLY quality and service.
All Lean lb.
Rib --- lb.
Brisket -- lb.
U. S. STANDARD MED. HEAVY
ROUND STEAK -------LB
T-BONE STEAK ........--LB.
SIRLOIN STEAK- L---B.- C
RIB STEAK --------LB.59C
2 Lbs. 35c
GRADE 'A' SHIPPED SMALL With $5.00 Grocery Order
EGGS 3 doz $1
RATH BLACK HAWK
RATH BLACK HAWK
SHOULDER ROUND ROAST
GA. GRADE 'A' WHOLE (LIMIT 2) 2
to 2% LB. AVG. EACH
U. S. NO. 1
10 Ib bag
CELLO 2 LB. BAG YOUNG TENDER
Carrots 25c OKRA
YOUNG TENDER LB. FRESH
Pole c PEAS
SHOP AT THE STORE WITH THE MIKE
ON THE DOOR PIGGLY WIGGLY
Celebrating Our 1st Anniversary
- Our First Year of New Low ,0
Prices for the Thrifty Housewife
of Port St. Joe and Surrounding t
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S NEWS- FROM Mr.- and Mrs. Otis Mixon and
I S I O Harold of Dothan, visited Mr. and
Highland View Mrs. Doss Kelly over the week end
PHONE BAll 7-4652 and Mr. Kelly's mother and brother,
By MRS EULA ROGERS Mrs. Lillian Kelly and Mr. and Mrs.
iE___ Ben Kelly of Dothan, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxwell of I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand and
Mrs. Betty Jacskon attended theI
Pensacola spent Saturday with Mr. Mr Betty Jckn attended the
and Mrs. L. H. Kelly. funeral of Mrs. Fowband's sister-in-
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Raffield and law in Fort Walton Tuesday, Mrs.
iOna T Brooks. Mr. Forehand wasy
children spent Sunday in Wewa- Ona T. Brooks. Mr. Forehand was
hitchkh with their parents, Mr. and one of the honorary pallbearers al-
so C. G. Costin, Sr., of Port St. Joe.
Mrs. A. J. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Patterson and
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wood of' hildr M aret nd Joe
White City spent Friday with Mr. two children Margaret and Joe
and Mrs. Earnest Goff. spent the day Sunday with Mr. and
Bennie Burke of Brewton, Ala., Mrs. Horace Patterson and children
spent the week end here with his in Panama City. Also Mrs. Ruby
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Howard, Dale, Helena and Patricia
Mrs. Pelham Revell and family. Ann 'Burkes.
Mrs. Dan Hatfield is confined to Mr. and Mrs. George Burkes are
the Municipal Hospital. Her many in Pensacola this week. She. is In
friends hope her a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Hicks and Mrs. Bertha Allen was called to
children visited in Georgiana, Ala., Alabama to the bedside of her mo-
over the week end with Mr. Hicks' their who is ill.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett are
and with Mrs. Hicks' sister and spending their vacation in De Fun-
family, 'Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bond. nak Springs with relatives and
Clinton Cox and sons Jimmy and friends.
Gene pent Sunday in Wakulla Weekly Thoughts
County visiting relatives an d Will you pick up your Bible and
friends, read Matthew 5:19-24. These are
The Community extends a cordial the words of Jesus. He is not say-
welcome ,to Miss Mary Ellen Cole ing for you not to make provision
of Broken Arrow, Nebraska, who for the future. Not to lay up a
wlil be co-worker with Miss 'Mary "nest egg" for a "rainy day". In
Cox in- doing Child Evangelism fact he expects you to provide for
Work here this fall. Also serving yourself and your family. He is not
as pianist of the local Mehtodist condemning money but trust in mo-
Church. ney; not riches, but the love of
Mr. and Mrs. James Colvin spent riches.
the week end in Blountstown-with Jesus gives us several good rea-
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. sons why we should not put our
Burch, in Hosford with Mr. and trust in riches. First he tells us
Mrs. W. D. Colvin. where our treasure is, there our
Miss Mary Cox and Jimmy Whit-
tington motored to Panama City
Saturday afternoon to meet Miss
Mary Ellen Cole of Broken Arrow,
Miss Sharon Gainous visited over
the week .end with friends in White
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eaker and
son, Bert, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Whitfield and daughter, Ida Pearl
spent the week end in Pascagoula.
hearts should be also. One man
has put it like this, "Where your
treasure is, there will be your soul
one day". Secondly, Jesus tells us
that we cannot serve both God and
mammon. Mammon means material
wealth. We cannot serve God and
mammon. But we can serve God
with mammon. Put your money to
work for God and you will exper-
ience a deeper interset in the king-
dom of God.
Miss., and went sight-seeing Sat- NOTICE ELECTION
d NOTICE OF ELECTION
urday in New Orleans. Special Tax School District
The WMS of the Highland View Noursua. 1nt, Gulf Con 230.39 FloridatheFlor
Baptist Church met Monday eve- ida School Laws, notice is hereby given that
the next Regular Biennial Election in Spec-
ning at the church with six mem- ial Tax District No. 1, (county wide) is
bers present. Mrs. Roney led the called for Tuesday, the 5th day of Novem-
ber, A. D., 1957, for the said district to
opening prayer. Mrs. Belle DuBose determine the rate of millage to be as-
sessed and collected on the property therein
opened the meeting with the scrip- for the next ensuing two (2) years, and to
ture reading 1 Peter 14 and gave elect three (3) trustees for the district for
the next ensuing two (2) years (no two
a talk on WMU duties. Mrs. Rich- trustees shall be elected from any one
School Board Member Residence District).
ter closed with prayer. All qualified electors residents within said
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Skipper of district (county wide) who pay taxes on
real and personal property and are other-
Panama City and son Donnie visit- wise qualified according to law, are en-
titled, to vote at said election. it is deter-
ed their parents Sunday, Mr. and mined that ten (10) mills will be necessary
Mrs. George Skipper. to maintain a uniform system of Florida
schools within said district.
Mr. and 'Mrs. R. L. Taylor and Precincts 1, 2, 3 and 4 will vote aV tic
City Hall in Wewahltchka. The poll holders
children spent the week end In ttoe, Mrs. Leona O'Neal, Clerk, Mrs. Annie
Bonifay with Mrs. Taylor's parents, Cook, Mrs. Marvin Pitts and Mrs l ase
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 'Ward. Precincts 5. 6, 7, 8. 9 and 10 will vote
Mr. and Mrs.' Odel Stewart and in the City Hall in Port St. Joe, with the
following poll holders, Mrs. Hazel Ferrell.
son spent the week end in Vernon Clerk, Mrs. Neva Crorton, Mrs. Zola Mad-
with their rparetns, Mr. and Mrs. ATTE Mrs. T 0 Richard, Inspectors.
John TL. Steward and Mrs. Paul Thomas A. Owens Clyde F. Brogdon
Douglas. Superintendent Chairman
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelly and
son Douglas spent the week end in
Dothan, Ala., with their parents, LOSE UGLY AT
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mixon and Mrs. LOSE UGLY FAT
Lillian Kelly. IN TEN DAYS
Mr. and 'Mrs. Chester Adams and OR MONEY BACK
Mrs. Eugen eFrasier motored to If you are overweight, here is the
'St. Marks visited there on down first really thrilling news to come
to Lake Wales to return Mrs. Ad- along in years. A new and conven-
ams mother home, Mrs. Mamie jent way to get rid of extra pounds
easier than ever. so you can be as
Taylor, who has been visiting her slim and trim as you want. This
here and in St. Marks with her new product called DIA'RON curbs
other daughter, Miss Mary Taylor. both hunger and appetite. No drugs,
Mrs. Sid Jones and boys vi no diet, no exercise. Absolutely
Ms. Si Jones and oys visited harmless. When you take DIATRON
in Havana over the week end with you still enjoy your meals, still eat
friends and relatives. Ithe foods you like but you simply
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daniels and don't have the urge for xetra por-
children visited her parents over tions and automatically your weight
the week end, Mr. and Mrs. Johnmust come down, because, as your
the week end, Mr. .and Mrs. John own doctor will tell you, when you
Brown of Carrabelle. |eat less, you weigh less. Excess
Tommie Adams of Panama City \weight endangers your heart, kid-
spent the week .end with Bobbie neys. So no matter what you have
Whitfield. itriea before, get DIATRON and
Whitfield. I prove ot yourself what it can do.
'Rev. W. B. Holland was called DIATRON is sold on this GUARAN-
back to pastor the Kenny's Mill TEE: You must lost weight with
Baptist Church. He will begin his the first package you use or the
astorate Sunday, Oct. 6. Everyone package costs you nothing. Just re-
astorate Sunday, Oct. 6. Everyone turn the bottle to your druggist
is invited to the services. Sunday and get your money back. DIAT-
school' at 10 a.m. Worship service, RON costs $3.00 and is sold wi-th
11:00 a.m. and training union 7:00 this strict money back guarantee
p.m. Mid-week services are Wednes- by: SMITH'S PHARMACY
day at 7:00 p.m. Port St. Joe Mail Orders Filled
Prescriptions compounded by *
a GRADUATE Pharmacist
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Designed exclusively for you!
Your prescription is ordered to suit your
health needs that is why we cannot
counter-prescribe, or make any changes
in amount. The doctor orders better
health. We supply it!
PHONE BAll 7-5111
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CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Utility Tax ............. 14,000.00
PROPOSED BUDGET 1958 TOTAL DEB SERVICE
ESTIMATED REVENUE FUNDS .............. ..32,797.82
ESTIMATE YEAR 195S TOTAL ALL FUNDS ..... 157,097.82
Property Tax (11 00) Mills $ 82,710.00 1957 Assessed Taxable
Occupational License Tax .... 12,000.00 Valuation .. 7,519,128.00
Race Track Funds ........ 2,000.00 Proposed Millage for General ..
Admission Tax ........... 2,000.00 Operations . 82,710.00' 11.00 Mills
Fines and Forfeits ........ 6,000.00 Proposed Millage Interest and:Sinking
Permits, Fees, Etc ......... 300.00 Fund .......... 9,774.87- -1.3 Mills
.- action n Revenue 5,700.00 Proposed Millage Special Sinking
M.:l .. 1. I ':.u~ Revenue ..... 2,000.00 Fund for Refunding Bonds
Florida Power Franchise Tax 2c/ 3,300.00 of 1950 ........ 9,022.95 1.2 Mills
Hollv Hill Cemetery Lot Sales 1,190.00 TOTAL MILLAGE FOR TAX-
St. Joseph Fire Control Dist. 600.00 YEAR ........... ... .. ....... 13.6
TOTAL GENERAL FUND .... 117,800 00 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Parking Meter Revenue Fund PROPOSED BUDGET 195S
(Colifet:(ns From Parking EXPENDITURES
Meters) ........ ... .. 6,60..00 PROPOSED BUDGET 1958
TOTAL GENERAL AND General Fund & Parking Meter Revenue
PARKING METER REVENUE Fund
FUNDS ... ... .......... 124,300.00 Police Department ........ 19,128.00
Bond Retirement & Interest Sinking Fund Scavenger Department ..... 14,682.00
Interest and Sinking Fund .. 9,774.87 Executive Department ....... 2,120.00
Special Sinking Fund for Fire Department .......... 3,500.00
Refunding Bonds of 1950 9.022.95 Street Lights ........... 1,950.00
Construction Fund (60%) of Administrative Expense ..... 11,600 00
Mones f I th
Values for the Howr
O.. sOn Extra Liberal
oIf i. r THE BABY
EAT SEEP PLAY ,
Compt*e Thayer S-
piece set or terrific
Free crib bumper pad
included If you act
1, THAYER Drop-Side CRtI of
selected hardwood hoe' plati;
rails, 3-potition spring.
t THAYER MATTIRSS has multicoi:
innerspring unit. Smooth ploati.
3 THAYIR Safety HI-CHAIR has re
movable troy, oadjusabje foot.
Modern Hollywood Bed Outfit
Here's What You Get In This Sale
'all Sale Continues
3 FULL ROOMS ,
$ 95 $20. DOWN atch
Convenient Terms S f
To Fit Your Needs
A HOUE FULL OF FURNITURE AT ONE LOW PRICE "
Correlated Bedeoom, Living Room ana Dining Room Group% n the beautiful rich
grained woods with the "golden" Salem Maple Finish All pieces are made by one
manufacturer for a completely harmonized decor scheme throughout your home. This
.mirniture is designed to be beautiful, comfortable "and -etain the most in utility-
-*vYinq veu *he best alue for wtur money/ -----
Sl 9 A SOFA BED PLATFORM ROCKER Y
JP..J lced COCKTAIL TABLE 2 STEP TABLES *
comfort PLUSI A dual purpose sofa and a .uxury platform rocker of durable construction. Fhis,
fine group is available in a selection of colors in lovely floral cafftrns. The finished wood
surfaces of the sofa and rocker match the tables. ---- --
with double drop oaf
SA "t 1 CAPTAINS'
3 SIDE CHAIRS
A oig -able that fits into a
compact space, it's 38 30"
with the sides dropped -with
sides 4P '~t 8 58" and
EXTENDS TO A FULL
FREE DELIVERY WITHIN 100 MILES
CHEST 01, HE
Legal Expense ............ 1,800.00 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florldd THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1957
Street MaintenAnce ....... 29,000.00
Park Maintenance .......... 3,700.00
Pest Control ............ 5,000.00 FOR THE TAX YEAR A.D., 1957 LErYING lar meeting October 1, 1957. Said Ordinu.c
Miscellaneous Expense ...... (00
Operation Municipal Building 1,670.00 AN ADVALOREM TAX OF 1.3 MILLS UP-.No 170X will be acted on finally at the
Contracts Payable (Debt ON THE DOLLAR OF ASSESSED VALUA- o regular maet el Of til ity Co'r00'7M .
Service) ............... 3,500.00 TION FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING etour r M ,. ci/. Bu a,,.,test 8:00 upo .M.
Aiuditi t........l........... 650.00 FUNDS FOR THE PAYMENT OF INTEREST Said Appropriation Ordinance is basel re
Municipal Hospital ........ 11,000.00 AND PRINCIPAL ON THE $175,000.00 on file for inspection by the public at cie
Contingencies ............ ,500.00 DREDGING BONDS ISSUE OF THE CITY office of the City Auditor and Clerk.
Social Security Insurance .... 2,000.00 OF PORT ST. JOE DATED JANUARY 1, Witness my hand and the official! s '
Holly Hill Cemetery ...... 1,500.00 1937 AND ANY INDEBTEDNESS THERE- Iof the City of Port St Joe, Ff;J i
Development of New Colored ON OUTSTANDING, A TAX OF 1.2 MILLS 1st day of Oto er A.D. 1957.
Cemetery .............. 3,000 00 FOR TIHE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FUNDS Octoer A.D. 197.
TOTAL ................ 124,300.00 FOR THE PAYMENT OF INTEREST AND R. W. HENDERSON
INTEREST AND SINKING FUND PRINCIPAL ON THE $90,000.00 CITY OF City Auditor and Clerk
(1.3) MILLS .......... 9,774.87 PORT ST. JOE ROUNDING BONDS IS. (SEAL)
SPECIAL SINKING FUND FOR SUE OF JANUARY 1, 1950, AND ANY --
REFUNDING BONDS OF INDEBTEDNESS THEREON OUTSTANDING
1950 (1.2) MILLS .... 9,022.95 AND A TAX OF 11.00 MILLS FORTH GET THE CORRECT TIME
CONSTRUCTION FUND .... 14,000.00 PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FUNDS FOR
TOTAL ALL FUNDS .. 157,097.82 THE ORDINARY AND REGULAR PURPOSE. |A
ORDINANCE NO. 170X ES OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE FOR
"AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE THE YEAR 1958." PR T
ASSESSMENT AND LEVY OF TAXES IN Introduced in the City Commission of the 1570 Cn You,, Di-l
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORDIA City of Port St Jo0 Florida at their tegu-
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Think a minute ... how long has It
been since you've "weeded-out" Its con.
tents? Remember, some medications may
lose their potency over a period of time.
Don't keep prescription "left-overs"
around after the need is past. It's wise
to consult your doctor before taking any
formerly prescribed medicine.
We maintain fresh potent stocks of
drugs and pharmaceuticals, keeping
many antibiotics, for instance, under
controlled refrigeration. Call on us for
efficient prescription service next time
your physician prescribes for you or a
member of your family.
Buzzetts Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
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Layman Speech Series
Charles Parker, Chairman of the
Official Board of the Port St. Joe
Methodist Church, has announced
a series of three minute speeches
by lay speakers at the Sunday
morning services. H. E. Richards
presented the first Sunday address,
Charles Parker presented the sec-
ond address and Jesse Stone will
speak Sunday, October 6.
The annual financial drive will
be climaxed by a dinner meeting
for the membership on Thursday
evening, October 10. The guest
speaker for this meeting will be
Lee Roy Ussery, president of the
Guarantee Loan and Trust Com-
pany of Montgomery, Alabama. Mr
Ui sery is a distinguished speaker
v.ho devotes his time and talents
to furthering Christianity.
By JIMMY FRAZIER
Washington High School Tigers
dropped Monticello 18-0 Friday
night'to pick up their first victory
away from slugger's field. The Ti-
gers of Washington High improved
100 per cent through their hard
training and the faithful work of
coach Jones and his assistants.
That training and hard work really
paid off in Monticello Friday night.
'On the starting kickoff Jewel
Givens took the ball on his own
10 and was able to return it to the
30 before being brought down. 'Sev-
en plays later found the Tigers 69
yards down the field with the ball
resting on the Monticello nine. On
the eighth play, Garland went deep
around left end to draw blood. With
the score 6-0 the Tigers were un-
able to pick up the extra point.
The Tigers again scored before
the first half on a 33 yard dash by
Jewel Givens. The extra point was
niade but a penalty called the play
back. The Tigers were unable to
score on the second attempt.
At the half time coach Jones, and
his boys celebrated the 12-0 lead
with cold drinks.
In the second half the Tigers
were able to ride on their 12-0 lead,
but put on six more for insurance
when Lee Denson put a 33 yard pass
into the hands of Howard Garland.
Garland took the air mail and gal-
loped 30 more yards to increase
the Tiger lead. Most of the game.
was played in Monticello's back
yard. They penetrated deep in Ti-
ger territory only once by driving
58 yards on 1:1 plays, to have it
marred by a fumble on the Wash-
ington 25, with the Tigers cover-
Jewel Givens and Howard Gar-
land were the spark plugs for the
backfield, while James 'Sapp, Mans-
field Gainer and Lewis Barnes, took
the honors on the line. The starting
line-up was the same except Ear-
nest Fennell, David Martin and
JTackson Siples started for Henry
Godwin, James Bailey and Lee Den-
Friday night the Tigers again
take to the road for the third con-
secutive week meeting Carver Hill
The Tigers open up home Octo-
'ber 11 taking on Jackson County
Training School of Marianna.
NEWS MUSIC WEATHER
7:55 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
Direct From Cape San Bias
Given Daily Over Station
1570 On Your Dial
Panama City, Florida
that they have purchased the entire stock
of their Port St. Joe store. All merchandise,
including Office Equipment and Trucks, is
offered at Cost or Less
WE HAD RATHER GIVE YOU THE OPPORTUNITY OF THESE TERRIFIC SAVINGS THAN AS-
SUME THE COST OF TRANSPORTING THIS STOCK TO PANAMA CITY.
ALL SALES WILL BE FINAL, AND MUST BE SOLD FOR CASH ONLY. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
THE STORE WILL BE ..
Open Until 8:30 Thurs. Friday and Saturday Evenings
All Accounts Being Paid In Port St. Joe Will Be Payable To. ..
Fowhand Furniture Inc.
P. 0, Box 11
Panama City, Florida
Fowhand Furniture Inc.
436 Harrison Avenue
Panama City, Florida
We Wish To Take This Opportunity To Thank Our Many Friends for Their Patronage, and Extend
You A Welcome To Visit Us In Panama City.
We are now in the process of building a new store in Panama City that we may be better able to
assist you with your home furnishing and decorating ideas. We sincerely invite your continued
business and are looking forward to serving you from our Panama City store.