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"Part St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1957
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Single Copy 8
P-T A Official
October marks the official an-
nual Parent-Teacher Enrollment
Month as proclaimed by Governor
LeRoy Collins for the Florida Con-
gress of Parents and Teachers, and
by Mrs. Rollin Brown, president,
for the National Congress of Par-
ents and Teachers. All over the na-
tion, as well as in this state, mem-
bership chairmen 'and their com-
mittees will be knocking on every
- door this fall in an early start to-
ward the national goal of eleven
million memberships in the year
The Florida Congress now has a
membership of nearly 300,000. The
state membership chairman, Mrs.
William Spitzer, of Miami, is asking
a ten percent increase in the
state. She points out that with a
potential membership of more than
one and a half million this should
not be hard to achieve.
Mrs. W. L. Mussett, president of
the Florida Congress, also of Mi-
ami.i advises rtha numbera alone
Dr. L. J. Atkins To Ralph W rm an
Mark End of Drive N me **K r
,Dr. Louis James Atkins of
Blountstown will be the guest manager s -
speaker at the Methodist Church.
Thursday, Oct. 10. The occasion Ralph W. Norman has been nam-
will be a dinner meeting to mark ed division manager of the Florida
the finish of the annual financial oed Coivosat m n No the da
drive. Power Corporation's Northern di-
,Dr. Atkins is a graduate of Em- vision. W. W. Wolff, vice president
ory University and practices den- n charge of division operations an-
tistry in Blountstown. He is active nounced early this month. G C zens et
in civic and religious circles and Norman succeeds R. R. Brown, i t s
is a well known public speaker, veteran division manager, who is
All Methodists are urged to at- oif extended sick leave.
tend this social event. The Northern Division serves 12,- Tree Farm Plaques
__________ 000 customers in nine counties-
eMadison, Taylor, Jefferson. Wakul- Two prominent citizens of Gulf
Little Randy Bailey Is la. Gadsden, Leon, Liberty, Frank- County received Tree Farm Certi-
lin and Gulf. District offices are ficates last Thursday at the regu-
Killed By Charged Fence located at Apalachicol', Madison, lar meeting of the Wewahitchka
Monticello, lPerry and Port St. Joe. Rotary Club. The Certificates andrl
Little Randy Bailey 2S month old The new division manager has a Tree Farm signs were presented to
son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bai- long record of service with the utili- Charlie Morgan and Dave Gaskin
ley of Scott's Ferry was acciden- ty, having joined the company in b3 Stale Forester Ilux Coulter.
tally electrocuted last Monday at 1925. He was division engineer in These were, respectively, the 232nd
his .home The family had just re. Apalachicola prior to his transfer ard 2-15th Tree Farms certified in
cently moved to Scott's Ferry from
Wewahitchka. The new home of the
Baileys had an electrified dog pen
in the back yard charged with 110
volts. Annarentlv the little Rand,,
to Monticello in 1951. Norman has lltc State since the Florida program
been assistant and acting division vas initiated in 191t6. Befa"o any
manager for some time in addition w -wi'lands can be certified as a
to his duties as division engineer. ,c Farm, they must pass rigiJ
He is a native of West Virginia, i .s section as to proper focest man-
Board Rejects equest
re Stadium Seating
Claim 'No Money' With
$8,000.00 In Proper Fund
Kiwanians See Film On
American Medical Assn.
,Dr. Bilr Wager entertained the
Kiwanis Club Tuesday with an in-
teresting movie of the workings of
the American Medical Association.
Included in the film were many
known duties of the Association
such as their work in times of epi-
dnp qei h. tht tr~~f AqiA~
Ward and Boyer Vote 'Aye'; Talley
Brogdon and Whitfield Vote 'Nay'
A committee of three representing two Port St. Joe civic
groups appeared before the County School Board meeting Tues-
day to request more bleachers be constructed on the football
field. They received a flat "no" as an answer for their efforts.
...., .... .. .. .m o. e '--, h eg n cwasuc stitteas. e present san
is not the goal. The 'aim is to se- had made an attempt to climb ,he a member of the Masonic Order and aren ent and practices. O. ce the flu popularity and in administering The delegaton was going at their
cure the active, support of all re- fence and was electrocuted. His m a member of e m ticello Metho- aw rd is presented, the a ownr the workings of the pure food and Request Made For seat request from the standpoint of
sponsible citizens who recognize their found him hanging on the distChurch board of stewards. must continue to maintain these drug act. a growing crowd at football games
the need to meet present day re fence and received shocks herself Norman ill b succeeded as di- gh standards or the ctifica Some of the littler known active Wewa Gym Seats and the use of the stadium for
alities as they relate to the welfare when she tried to pull the little vision engineer by Billy L. Griffin. i be revoked. ties of the Association is its doctor known other active and th e us that reuireum mor
a eyeformer assistant division engineer The Tree Farm system is a vou ties of the Association is its doctor other activities that require more
of all children and youth. The Flor- boy from the wire. After being ta- former assistant division engineer. he Tre Farm system is a vo placement services which provides Thomas McDaniell of Wewa- seating than is now available.
ida Congress, through its local as- en from the fence the boy was Griffin has been with the corr- ry program sponsored by doctors for towns without medical hitchka apra for th
sociations and individual members, rushed to the Wewa Clinic w'er tLion since 19. and is a graduate oo-using industries to gve nub- service. Also shown was the wy cha appeared before the The committee was composed of
supports an action program tfor he was givan artificial espration of Clemson College in South Caro- ,,.-. to landowne-s who the Associatio keeps records on requchoolsting Board meeditional sesday George imberly Jrsentin and Ganison
study, fact-finding, and possible ac- for two hours before bt, pro lina with a degree in eletrical e- ore doing excellent jobs of foreL diseases and ailments and pro- requesting additional seatng for Buzzett, representing the Kiwanis
tion in the areas of home ,school nounced dead., gineering. H.'nagoeent. In Florida the pr)- vides information for doctors who the Wewahitchka gymnasium. Club, who has constructed I.l the
and community. It is alert to te Funeral services were held for -- --- is administered by th Flor- nation for doermanent-type bleachers now in
id dries Comitand community. It is alert to the e neral services wreheorun across these ailments but do The Board heard the request existence at the football stadium
many problems existing in our Randy Bailey in ewahitchka Tues New Collectors Named ii torest ludusopeatio of te lom ice not know what do. and then tabled the matter to exand tece at rry M ight, represtadium
schools and communities, and is day afternoon at 2 p.m. Interment s ce Everyone enjoyed the movie bring it up at a later date. No and the Ba McKnight, repreent-
striving to offer intelligent oop- was in Jehu Cemetery. For Rummage Sale Forst Service. t Florida State to most definite "no or "yes" was com-he Band Boosters.
oration to school administrators, He is survived by his parents, Mr. C-- ham1ber of Commerce and other presenmitted by the board Wimberly was spokesman for the
governmental authoritiess, and oth- and Mrs. James L. Bailey and one Mrs. L. S. issett, Jr. Mrs. Can- interested groups an individuals e Kiwanis club. He told the school
er groups and agencies responsible brother, James Allen, all of Scotrs non Buzzett and Mrs. lTonry Camp- ------ board that the club had been going
for thi .Ferry.Byhisrandpaents, bel e theely appoid Shark J nior High Team Ferry. By his ga at the bleacher-building project as
.and Mrs. Lee Bailey and r nd lectors for tle Hospital Auixiliary Band Boosters Association sort of a do-it-yourself project and
Mrs, Ross E. Stripling and by a Rummnage Sale which is held each Will Meet Tonight At had been making a slight additional
Date Set For Annual .es, Patricia, Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m. in the -6 thursday chargeforspectators to sort of off-
PTA Hallowe'en Carnival Ray,- Sandra Bailey and Ray, Mike Williams Building on Reid Avenue. The Band Boosters Association set the cost of the bleachers. Due
and June Stripling. \Warm children's .,..' .... is badly will have its regular meeting -- : to this work on their own, Wim-
The Elementary PTA Hallo- Comforter Funeral Home of Port needed. If you do have rummage tonight at 8:00 p.m. in the Band The Port St. Joe Junior High Ronald Tharpe, Joe Whaley, Jerry berly expressed the feelings of the
we'en Carnival has been set for St. Joe and Wewahitchka was in these ladies will be happy to call Room at Port St. Joe High School School football team traveled to Barnes Jimmy Dawson, Roy Ken- club that they thought the School
Saturday, October 26. charge of services. for it at your convenience. according to Henry Chason, presi- Marianna last Thursday to play nedy Jimmy Stephens, Tommy Wal- r rd should now expend some o
There are big plans in the mak __ The proceeds from the sales are dent of the organization. Tommy Wal their resources and put bleachers
ing for the Carnival this year. used to buy comforts for thle pa- All parents of band students their first interscholastic football ker, Donnie Young, George Boyer, on the opposite side of the field.
For particulars on the parade, On Vacation tients at the hospital. Needy famil- and persons interested in the pro- game against the Junior team from Byron Eells, Freddy Bowdoln Har- Wimberly pointed out that the
booth assignments, etc., watch Cora Sue Smith is on vacation ies are also helped by your cloth- gress of the band are urged to the Florida Industrial School for old Chafin, Larry Davis Jamse Gib. fans had exceeded the number of
next week's issue of The Star. in South 'Carolina. ing contributions. attend, said Chason. Boys.e Junior Sharks won the toss on, Nelon Hall, Harold Keel, seats and that what with football
S h a rk S he a m and elected to receive. On the re- Courtney Martin, David Nance. becoming the popular sport that "t
h S h turn, Jimmy Wilder carried the Tommy Stevens Ollie Stoutamire is and what with the stadium be-
.- ., h.ball well with alternate running by Blaine Tharpe, Carl Zimmerman, ng used for graduation exercises,
SWilder, Dawson, Hall, Lovett and Wayne Blackburn, Donald Garner, sunrise Easter services ad a host
S h a rk s S ..' .. Fensom. They moved the ball past Howard Lovett, Lindsey Thursbay, of other activities, the Kiwanis
mid field where they were held on Jimmy Wilder, Jimmy Long, Cecil Club felt that the expenditure would
AM.downs ande were forced to kick. Lyons, and Carl Moore.
.. From the 7FIS own 20 they began The game between the Junior HI McKnight then took the floor and
BulIdogs In 7- taI^ s^^^z :^:^ e:.^ a
moving the ball well from a modi- Team and the Blountstown Junior pointed out to the School Board
_U-6 ,...-1_ ... -1 fled single wing and short punt team has been cancelled due to a that next Spring Port St. Joe will
formation. A series of end sweeps flu epidemic to the Blountstown be host to the Northwest Florida
and off tackle plays the FIS team team. The game has been re-sche- Band Contest. He pointed out that
'I moved the ball over from the one duled for October 29. There will the football stadium would be a
40 Yard Pass Play To End Billy aceyard line as the first quarter end-beanintra-squadgametonight. The uocal point of the activities and
...d ith FIS leading 6-0. Junior team will be divided into urged the Board to take this need
Denton Provides W inning Points (. The secondhquarter opened with two equal squads. Come out and for seatinginmind before thy
Denton Provides W inning Pointssee a good Junior game tonight, cameto a definite solution of the
I O '8 SOball and from their own 30 began matter.
S11 After a presentation of the re-
The St. "Joe Sharks proved that leave the game in the .second quar- moving territory and on third down a LOCal Kiwanians Get quest by the group, Board Member
they were not out of the conference ter, and after a few plays in the Wilder pass to Gardner was incom- on the finances that woulda check
title picture by pulling a convincing third period, was forced to give Sharks Will Meet Tigers Thle Sharks are expecting to have were I it TO Fir on the fances at would be used
7-0 upset of the Marianna Bulldogs, it up for the night. At this point Here Tomorrow Night i r wi the Tiers The players ced to relinquish the ball and from
The Sharks, bouncing back after Ed Smith and Jackie Mitchell to the FIS 40 the FIS team began TALLAHASSEE (Special)-Tal- Superintendent Thomas A. Owens
their flusterating defeat at the d Smith ad Jackie Mtchell took The St. Joe Sharks will play the able to render part time service. moving the ball again only to lose lahassee Kiwanans have extended reported that $8,000.00 was remain-
hands of DeFuniak Springs, sound- over the heavy duty and with an Graceville Tigers here tomorrow They will probably be needed. it on a fumble. The FIS team held the hand of friendship to members' ing in the site fu nd which is used
ly trounced the Bulldogs for the inspired Shark defense, never let night at S:00 p.m. This will be the A large crowd is expected to wel- the Junior Sharks and they were of the Port St.' Joe Kiwanis Club to purchase and improve school pro-
first time in the five year history the. Bulldogs penetrate beyond the second home game of the year -or come the Sharks to their home forced to kick from their own 40. and invited them to attend a spec- prety throughout the Gulf County
of competition between the two 20 yard line. the locals. They are anxious to play field after their upset win from the The FIS team began moving the ial Visitors' Day luncheon meeting tem. It was estimated that the
schools. Smith and Mitchell ran the ball a good game on their home field. highly favored Mariann Bulldogs. ball mostly on wide end sweeps and at the north lora Fair on Tues- blachers would cost around $1,100.
Most of the loyal Shark fans who like wild man as they 'dmove down Injuries incurred in the Marian- Probable starting lineup: just before the half managed to day, Oct. '29. The fair opens that After much discussion both for
traveled to the Jackson County tke wild on a to stahey drove Bull-own game and a seige of the flu have Left end, David Musselwhite; score and add the extra point. Half day for a five-day run. and against, with Board Member
city expected to see another rout do d in Th the B not dampened the spirit of the ft tackle, Larry Henley left time score was FIS 13, Port St. Joe alph Dais, Capital City arter ard leading the discussion
atdog 10 yard line. T he gam e ended hands of the usuallyrpow a l u ite lu et i on the project and Fennon T alley
at the hands of the usually power- with Marianna tryingfuiy to squad. Preparations are being made guard, Sonny Chafin; center, Bill 0 wanis Club inter-club-relations orthe project and Fennon Talley
ful Bulldogs, but as the Sharks but te Shark defense would to play without the services of four Chism; Right guard, Alex Gaillard The Junior Sharks kicked to the chairman, expressed the hope that a leader against the expenditure,
time after time contained the scorebut the Shark defense would regular players i necessary. or Kn Hurlbut; right tackle, Tre- FIS team to open the second half. Port St. Joe Kiwanians will turn the matter was brought to a head
flashy offense led by Wilton Me have no part of it. Charles Boyer, Fred Griffin, who ry Hinote; right end, Billy Denton; On the first play the FIS team out in record numbers for the inter- by Carter Ward making a motion
Charles, wdquaieerback, Edwvard Smith; right sections of bleachers be
Rae, they proved in the early min- poiefensively no oas th e cmstould be missed the Marianna game and quarterback, Edward Smith; right fumbled and the Junior Sharks re- city event. that three sections o teachers be
utes of the game that the pesse-in pointed out as a complete teamnd- ilie Daniell are sidelined with half. Ross Hudson; left half, Ronnie covered. From the FIS 20 Wilder He pointed out that the Big Agri- built on the South side of the foot-
mistic fans were in for a big sur- victory. But ffensively, Jackie Mitea the flu and their status for Friday's Young and fullback, Jackie Mitchell. completed a pass to Young for 19 cultural Show features the largest ball fi. Up a vote, Wardhe ndt-
Frmich y ardslinee'NauoSwineiShow-initherSout C.vE.Boyervoted for the expelnda-
rihe Sharks Wayne Taylor and chell, Ed Smith and Billy Denton game is unknown at this writing. yards. From the one yard line Nel- Swine Show in the Southeast, that ture and Talley J. A. Whitfield and
The Sharks Wayne Taylor were very handy to have around. Wayne Taylor has not practiced Rotary Cub Sees son Hall carried the ball over to its cattle show is among the tops chairman Clyde JBrogdon votin
Edward Smith slashed of some Tomorrow night the Sharks take any this week and his availabili, 1 make the first score for St. Joe. in the South, and that the North against
convincing gains during the first Graceville here at the football is tionable. t iaSeries On TV The extra point was no good. Florida 'Fair is the second largest a s,
quarter, but it was midway in the on a: Grae vie h a Frank Fletcher and Richard Zip- The Junior Sharks kicked to FIS agricultural show in Florida. Talley said that he felt that the
second quarter that the Shark slick oved team ver t yea a perer, Shark halfbacks, are ursi Program chairman M. P. Tomlin- and the return went all the way More than 70,000 persons attend- Board ust couldn't afford the ex-
quarterback, Jackie Mitchell heav- Sharks will have to come down bruised legs and are on the doubt- son Dpesented one of his best pro- for another FIS touchdown. With ed the five-day-long show last year. penditure at this tine.
ed a long pass to end Bill Denton out of th louful list as of te year last Thursday FIS leading 19-6, the Sharks con- The fairgrounds, a mile south of
fornthe40 Shar touchdo passsnatch- good football to defeat them. Coach Lamar Faison, Coach! at the rgailar meeting of the Ro- trolled the ball most of the last the state capitol is 142 acres big, ROBERT NEDLEY
ton, the Shark talented pass snatch- James Gunter. and Dave Nicholso tiary lb, quarter but was unable to score, and owned by the non-profit fair. NAL AH T- FRATERNITY
er, had just returned to full duty Statistics on the game. scouted Graceville and report them i, l; .program consisted of a tele-; In all,. 40 boys made the trip and group. TALLAHASSEE-More than 250
after a pre-season shoulder injury St. Joe Marianna to be an improved team. They play- viion ti which transmitted the 22 boys saw action. These boys It features four permanent build- students were pledged by the 15
had kept him out of previous games. First Downs ....... 11 9 ed a heavily favored Chipley (levoen Wolil HWrl les play for the Rotarians showed good sportsmanship and de- ings, a number of big circus-type social fraternities on the Florida
Denton's presence was readily felt Yds. Rushing ....142 133 to a 19-16 score last week. dlun r'-lime and after dinner enjoy- termination to play football. tents, adequate restroom facilities State University campus in rushing
both on offense and defence. Yds. Passing .._ 58 14 The Tigers are led y HU''S inmimnt. The game was the second of 1 The following boys made the trip and plenty of parking. activities ending this week, it was
The ,Bulldogs, who were some- Total Gained --. 200 147 Spears, at fullback and ilyl lield, te series in which Lew Burdettoe to Marianna: Residets of the entire Big Bend announced by the Inter-fraternity
what hampered by the loss of their Pass Attempt ---. 8 10 at halfback in the ljackfleld, ilarvey itched Milwaukee to its first ser- Richard Arnold, Bernie Buzzett, section of Florida, plus out-of-state Council.
star halfback, Kenneth Ricks, tried Pass Complet -- 3 1 Sharron, 210 pound tackle and Bud- les victory. Robbie Costin, Chesley Fensom, visitors from Georgia and Alabama 'Among those pledged was Robert
to even up the score with a well- Had Intercept. 1 0 dy Ricks, a. 208 pound tackle, an- Everyone enjoyed theo program Curtiss Hammond, Jimmy Johnson, made last year's fair the biggest-.Nedley, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. C.
placed knee in the hip of Wayne Fumbles .......... 1 hor a line that is reputed to be very much with thfi exception of Buddy Kennington, Michael McKen- attendance wise in th efair's 10- Nedley of this city pledged to
Taylor. Taylor was forced to Yds. Penalized .... 30 100 tough and rough defensively. 'Pete' Miller who is a Yankee fan. zie. Paul Presnell, Wayne Stevens, year history. :Lambda Chi Alpha.
Physical Education Program At Local goin' Places
Elementary School Teaches Citizenship By COL. W. S. SMITH, Ret.
(Mayor of Buckhorn)
By H. E. RICHARDS reason your child cannot take part OTTAWA, Cqnada---Meandering
Physical education is an impor- in these activities you should let on up the St. Lawrence (though in
tant phase of the normal, whole- the school know with a letter from reality we had a southern bearing)
some life of the cihld. It contributes the doctor or parents. Since the from Deschaillons we were mightily -
to emotional, intellectual, and so- body requires a certain amount of impressed with the work going on -
cial growth as well as to physical exercise, and since the program in construction of the St. Lawrence
development, .and is a means of has been set up with the welfare of Seaway. A person can hardly ima-
promoting the development of the child in mind we ask your help gine the magnitude of this opera- .'
wholesome attitudes, in enocuraging your child to partici- tion unless he views it with his own .
Physical education is concerned pate. eyes.
with helping individuals live fully A list of the Physical Education The highway parallels the water-
and completely. The school offers activities is -as follows: For the way for miles -and the huge earth-
the best opportunity for children boys, softball, football (touch), bas- moving macihnes, swarms of trucks,
to develop skill's and acquire those ketball, volleyball, soccer. For the bulldozers and thousands of work-
understandings essential for self- Girls, dodgeball, basketball, volley- men are re-creating the St. Law-
direction in recreational activities, ball, soccer, deck tennis and soft- rence, moving billions of cubic
This is important, for individuals ball. Individual sports, track and yards of earth and rock, deepening
who are not physically educated field, horse shoes, table tennis, te- at some points and at others mak-
are apt to lose social status. their ball, olympic rings, croquet, ing new land for construction of PICTURED ABOVE is the crow
Physical education, as one phase gum tumbling and ring throw. facilities. At several places, notab- Nell Thursbay, Saturday, Sep
of education, has distance contribu- ly St. Lambert, we saw partially late from engraver for last wi
tion to make toward the personal- completed locks that looked as
social growth and development of W T F though they could float the mighber at Washington. The ceiling is
the child; it represents a phase of FU M gram iet battleships of the world. At in glass sections outlined in gold,
the educational program providing .. U MUSIC many points soaring bridges are ,each section displaying the emblem
unique experiences through which ---rising which will carry the rerouted secontrp whng teeole
social behavior, rather than anti- TALLAHASSEE-The best in highways which must be eliminated of some count atry woseC eoleaaa
social behavior, can be learned and music offered by Florida State Uni- for the seaway. Suspended from the ceiling are
practiced. varsity's School of Music will again Leaving the St. Lawrence at Mon- two huge bronze chandeliers, and
be available this year to a nation- treali we headed northwest on the on the wall's are magnificent paint.
The modern curriculum in Physi- wide public through the facilitise Trans-Canada Highway, in mst the was are a iet
cal Education is based upon the of Repeat Performance. sections a broad boulevard, for the lngs.
needs and interests of youth in IRepeat Perrormanec, according .capital city of Canada, Ottawa. iThe2 Xhouse54 feet commons chamber
school and is directed to t.e goal to an announcement this week by This road parellels the Ottawa Ri- is senate chamber's 85 54 fet compared to hase
cf hbtping boys and g,.is to func- -Raymond D. Cheydleur, assistant ver. senate chambers 85 x 41 feet, has
tion effectively and efficiently in a director of hte University Broad- As we came into this city we told),has gold-plated cornices (w and
democratic society with satisfaction casting Services, will make tape drove for some time next a small told); has gold-plated cornices and
to the individual as well as to the recordings of musical programs canal with very small locks. Later a numd other of add plasterest. 'It is aiere
group. Physical Education becomes available to 25 Florida radio sta- we discovered that this miniature and there add interest Int to air-
an integral' phase of education and tions and stations in 11 other waterway was the cause of the be- codicationed thereby semin to min-
,a force for full and complete liv- states, Guam and 'the Virgin Is. ing of Ottawa. Seems the bitterness dicate that the common mtter than thin
ing. lands, created by the War of 1,8,12 poison- Canada has it a bit better than the
iPhysical education is a program Half-hour recordings will carry ed the relations between Canadians of the most interesting
ofmusic ranging from classical to and Americans and the canal was buildings on Parliament Hill was
contemporary. The 80-member Sym- built as a measure of defense. the octagonal Library of Congress,
phony Orchestra, the University It took a number of years to ,the octagonal Library of Congress,
Singers, and the Symphonic Band build the canal, and as headquar- though we viewed it only from the
e will e .among those heard. ters for construction were on the tower, neither ofusirs having the
1 The program will be heard lo- Ottawa River, a small settlementhalf mile or so from the tower's
call over station WJOE. grew called Bytown. By the time entrance.
LopM .>Aii _X I Mthe canal was completed the town
OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.M. BARBARA MITCHELL IS had a permanent population of sev- Naturally no trip ere would be
SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M. IN "GA.-FLA." CLUB eral thousand and the name was complete without the picture of a
THURSDAY FRIDAY Barbara Mitchell of Port St. Joe, changed to Ottawa, a few years Northwest Mounted Policeman, so
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mit- later to be designated as the capi- Myrtice and I both posed with one
Schell, is among the group of stu- tal of a nation that was destined of these noted men, leaving short-
MENACE dents.who.have recently organized to spread from the Atlantic to the ly thereafter hoping the N. W. M. P.
and the "'Georgia-Florida Club" at Flora Pacific. would not be on our trail as we
MURDER McDonald College in Red Springs, No matter where you are in the moved westward into the setting
-in T. North Carolina. She is a member city, it is dominated 'by the parli-I sun witlh-our sights on Sault Ste.
Smuggler's of the freshman class. ament buildings which are set on Marie and the famous 'Soo Canal,
PLair! "- Parliament Hill overlooking the Ot- which I have been wanting to see
ANN BLYTHE and
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
...'.E PAS O.
SELEASE0 THRU UNITED AkTI TS
tawa River, 'and the Peace Tower
NEWS MUSIC WEATHER overshadows everything else, built
7:55 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. in the form of a campanile and ris-
Direct From Cape San Blas ing to a height of 293 feet. The
Given Daily Over Station itowler also contains one of the
W J O E world's largest carillons, the smal-
W J E lest bell weighing 12 pounds with
1570 On Your Dial a diameter of seven inches, and the
largest, with a diameter of 100 i-
ches, weighing in at 22,400 pounds,
the clapper alone weighing 504
Myrtice and I, after looking thru
the parliament building, took the
-elevator up to the top of the tower
where we had a magnificent view
OPEN 6:45 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:15 of the city and shot some pictures.
__ While at the 'top we heard a dis-
tant shot, later learning that this
ij&- Y ~*ITURDAY. was the noonday gun, fired daily
ONE SHOWING OF EACH since 18.67. On Sundays the gun is
PICTURE fired at 10 a.m., a custom that
sta rted in the days before wrist
watches and p ocket watches to
give inhabitants an hour's warn-
ing of Sunday services.
Viewed from the galleries the
senate charmbre, in crimson and
gold, is a magnificent sight, much
more plushy than the senate chainm-
If get in on th
i 'enter th
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Thurs., Frl. and Sat.
wd of the younger set that attended the birthday party of Wilma
ptember 28 at the American Legion Hall. Picture arrived too
week's issue. (Star photo)
I IHI 41AH, Port St. Jo*, FIL.
Wilder Makes First
Sewanee Score Sept. 28
SEWANEE, TENN.-Walter Wil-
der of Port St. Joe, scored the first
touchdown of the season for the
University of the South in its 25-0
victory over Howard of Birming-
ham last Saturday. The sophomore
tail-back, who -also was leading
ground-gainer for the Tigers, scor-
ed standing up after a 38-yard right
end run. He also scored on a simi-
lar run in the final period.
I Send A Real
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1957
The game was also the first col-
lege victory for Sewanee's new
coach, Shirley' Majors, father of
Tennessee's All America Johnny
Majors, and was the 34th consecu-
tive victory to be scored by a Ma-
Stationed In California
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kennedy
left Wednesday f or California
where Mr. Kennedy will be station-
ed at March Field with the Air
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1957
Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dan-
Mr. and Mrs. Vester Burke and
daughter Glenda and Billy Skipper
attended the Rodeo in Bonlfay Fri-
Sgt. and Mrs. A. L.* Knight and
son Ralph left Saturday for For.
Eustis, Va., where Sgt. Knight will
Ube stationed. They will make their
Simpson. ome there.
Mrs. H. B. Williams of Fort White Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bray and
is visiting her parents this week, daughter attended the Rodeo in
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelley Bonifay Saturday night.
Mrs. Gene Adkins spent last Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cumbile vis-
week with her mother in Panama ited in Chipley over the week end
City, Mrs. Tildia Mims. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of Car- L. Rooks and also attended the
rabelle and children Jean and John Rodeo in Bonifay Saturday night.
visited their daughter and family Mrs. Hozel Owens and son are
&-9. ,From where I'm sittin'... y Joe Marsh
Comin' into town the other
day I stopped to watch some
youngsters breaking a colt to
saddle. They were real gentle,
talking' to him all the time -
rubbin' his back and holding' the
saddle against his side so he'd
get used to it.
As I was watching I thought
about another colt I'd seen be-
ing whip trained. A long rope
on the halter and a Skinner'ss"
whip. When the colt turned
away from the trainer he got
cut with the whip. The colt
learned, through fear, that he
had to stand still all the time.
From where I'm sitting' there's
two ways to hold people in line,
.. .of course
Yes, an electric hot water heater provides all the
hot water you want when you want it ... Automt-
Ically Safely Economically.
All you do is ... install it.. set it ... and fret
it and you'll always be in hot water
r*-! ~ ~ ~ e >^
too. There's the gentle way
which requires patience and
understanding, the other way
is by "whip training"; by mak-
ing laws and forcing people to
Now it so happens that I en-
joy a tasty glass of ale or beer
with my dinner. I feel as though
I'm being' whip trained when
someone tries to pass a law to
deprive me of that little plea-
Copyright, 1957 United States Brewers Foundation
spending thli week with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Watson and for this program. The business fol-
her brother, and sisters families, lowed with the name of the society
Mr. and Mrs. Owens and on are being changed to: "The Highland
now stationed at Maxwell AFB in View Methodist Missionary Circle".
Montgomery, Ala. The hostess served refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. George Skipper vis- to those present.
PHONE BAll 7-4652
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Sylvia Stanley, Dorothy Meade
William Burke of Marianna visited
Sunday with Mrs. Mary Burch and
in Port St. Joe with Miss Alice
ited in Vernon over the week end.
Mrs. Harold Dorman and son are
visiting her mother and family this
week, Mrs. Jim Whittingtoh.
*Little Donnie Skipper of Pana-
ma City is visitiU"A s grandpar-
ents, this week, Mr. and Mrs.
The PTA of the Highland View
Elementary School will meet Mon-
day, Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. for their
regular meeting. Everyone is urg-
ed to attend.
Maurice Maige and son Vince of
Atlanta, Ga., and Tony Maige of
Port St. Joe visited Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Cox and family Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Newsome
and Mr. and Mrs. George Newsome
of Blountstow visited their chil-
dren and brother Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Newsome and Mr. and
Mrs. Dowling Stone. Little Ina
Newsome returned with her grand-
parents for a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. George Newsome.
Ralph Watts, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Watts is employed in Jackson-
ville and is planning to make his
Miss Mavis Butts of Pensacola
the week end, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
visited her parents and family over
Mrs. Pelham Revell and children
visited over the week end- in Boni-
fay and attended the Rodeo.
Pvt. Charles W. Posey, brother
of Mrs. Doss Kelley, Jr., is st%-
tioned at Camp Gordon In Augusta,
Ga., taking his basic training of
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelley, Jr.,
took their son Douglas to the Polio
Hospital Friday for a check up.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley and
son Billy and Mrs. Doss Kelley and
son Douglas spent Saturday in
Panama City visiting friends and
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carr and
children spent Sunday in Bonifay
at the Rodeo.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Patterson
and son Joe, Mrs. Ruby Howard
and two children, Helena and Dale
and Joe Brock spent the week end
in Graceville with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Best.
Mrs. Joe Brock, Mrs. Homer Pat-
terson and son Joe, Mrs. Ruby
Howard -and Helena and Dale went
to the Rodeo in Bonifay Saturday
Miss Margaret Patterson was the
guest of Miss Syble Clark of Boni-
fay over the week end.
Mrs. Ann Burkes has returned
home from Pensacola after being
in the hospital over a week and is
'Mrs. Ruby Howard and Mrs. Ho-
mer Patterson were business visi-
tors in Bonifay Saturday afternoon.
The WMU Baptist members hadi
their regular business meeting
Monday at the church with eight
members present. The meeting was
opened by Ruth Harbuck. The
group sang "Lead On 0 King Eter-
nal". Mrs. Macumber led the open-
ing prayer. Mrs. Harbuck gave
the scripture reading from Acts 13:
1-12. Mrs. DuBose closed the meet-
ing with prayer.
The Highland View Woman's
Society of Christian Service met at
the home of Mrs. W. C. Forehand
on Thursday, Oct. 3 -at 8 p.m. Mrs.
Marjorie Cumbie, vice president,
called the meeting to order. Mrs.
W. H. Weeks led in prayer. Mrs.
Eula Rogers read the 8th Psalm.
Mrs. Cumble had charge of the pro-
gram entitled, "A Missionary Pil-
grimage Travelogue". Discussion
by the group followed after which
Mrs. Cumbie read the meditation
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'On the evening of September 26,
the family of W. C. Forehand hon-
ored him on his 92nd birthday by
dropping in to greet him and pre-
sent gifts. Mrs. Mary Lou Taylor
baked a beautiful birthday cake
which the guests enjoyed. Mr. Fore-
hand hopes to be 100 and says he
will have the table long enough to
seat all of his friends. His son Har-
ry V. Forehand took a picture of
him with his wife cutting the cake.
B. F. Cannington, son of Mr. and
'Mrs. J. V. Cannington is out of
service after serving 37 months in
the Air Force.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cannington
were week end visitors of their
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Cannington and Ricky in Graceville.
B. F. Cannington visited his sis-
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dal-
ton Grace over the week end in
Panama City. They motored to
Bonifay Sunday afternoon to the
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pe-
ters over the week end from Co-
lumbus, Ga., were his cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernice Peters and a
friend, Mr. and Mrs. James Turner.
Mrs. Lizzie Gay is visiting her
son and family in Panama City this
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters spent
Sunday evening in Panama City vis-
iting her daughter and family, Mr
and Mrs. W. J. Messer.
Visitors From Kentucky
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Donaldson
and grandson 'Robert Kealty of
Evanston, IKy., have been the guest
of Mrs. fDonaldson's parents and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Graves
of 201 Iola Street and Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Jones.
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one Of 27 aNKs IN T1s LOlIDA NATIONAL GROUP
at Port St. Joe
MEMIt FEDVtAL DtPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
17th Sunday after Trinity, Oct.
,13. 9:45 a.m., Church school. 11:00
a.m., Morning Prayer and sermon.
7:30 p.m., Evening prayer followed
by a meeting of the Episcopal
iSSgt. and Mrs. C. A. Baumgart
announce the birth of a baby girl,
'Brenda 'Sue on September 28 in
Lunch Room Menu
Monday, October 14
Hot dogs,' potato salad,
dills, cookies and -milk.
Tuesday, October 15
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Spaghetti and meat sauce, tur-
nip greens, corn bread, peanut but.
ter graham crackers and rcilk.
Wednesday, October 16
Spiced ham slices, white acre
peas, shredded carrots, peach cob-
bler, whole wheat bread and milk.
Thursday, October 17
'Beet barbecue on buns, buttered
corn, cabbage slaw, stewed plums,
white bread and milk.
Friday, October 18
Cacaroni and cheese, snap beans,
celery sticks, Jello, rolls and milk.
JOAN LANIER ATTENDING
has been completed and class work
is underway for the 104th year of
Huntingdon Colege. Twenty states
and eight foreign countries are rep-
resented in the enrollment which
shows an increase of approximately
five per cent over last year.
Enrolled at Huntingdon from
Port St. Joe is Mrs. Joan Jeffer-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1,957
2. The oWner is: Wesley R. Ram- ledge and belief as to the circum- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF plaintiff's attorney, whose address
soy, Port St. Joe, Florida. i stances and conditions under whi6h THE FOURTEENTH JUDI- is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
3. The known bondholders, mort- 'stockholders and security holders CIAL CIRCUIT OF GULF Florida, a copy of, and file with
gagees, and other security holders ;who d6 not appear upon the books COUNTY, FLORIDA, the. Clerk of this Court the original
owning or holding 1 percent or of the company as trustees, hold IN CHANCERY 'of, an answer to the complaint for
more of total amount of bonds, stock and securities in a capacity JAMES V. NORRIS ) divorce filed against her in this
mortgages, or other securities are: .other than that of a bona fide own-. Plaintiff, ) cause. Herein fail not or decree pro
W. S. Smith, Wewahitchka, Fla. er. .. vs ) confesso will be entered against
4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 include, in TheI LAQUITA JOY NORRIS ) you, the said Laquita Joy Norris.
cases where the stockholder or se- Thaverage number of copies Defendant ) WITNESS my hand and seal of
curity holder appears upon the of each issue of this publication NOTICE OF PUBLICATION said court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
books of the company'as trustee or sold or distributed, through the NOTICE TO: LAQUITA JOY NOR- County, Florida, this the 25th day
in any other fiduciary relation, the mails or otherwise, to paid sub- RIS whose residence is unknown. of September A. D., 1957.
name of the person or corporation scribers during the 12 months pre- On or. before the 26th day of Oc- GEORGE Y. CORE
for whom such trustee is acting;'al- ceding the date shown above was: tober, A.D. 1957, the defendant, La- as Clerk of said Circuit
so the statements in the two para- 1,276. quita Joy Norris, is required to Court.
graphs show the affiant's full know- WESLEY R. RAMSEY serve upon Ernest C. Wimberly, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Your Pharmacy is the only
retAid store that employs
full time a college.trained,
state re l,:teri-d. profes- ,
sional man to serve your
Buzzetrs Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
A MESSAGE OF GOOD WILL
The person or persons who with-
out regard to the property of others
stole an airplane belonging to my-
self and attempted to fly same. I
wish to express my sincere regret
that you did not break your neck.
I make this statement only because
suicide must undoubtedly have been
the motive behind such an act. If
in the future you feel a desire to
try htis stunt again contact our lo-
cal undertaker. I'm sure he would
appreciate your business. Damage
to plane, $150.
GEORGE WIMBERLY, JR.
FOR SALE: Penney's Beach Apart-
ments, Si,. Joe Beach, Port St.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
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.
LOTE FOR SALE: Beacon Hill
and Mexico Beach. $350 and up.
Make your own terms. R. L. Fort-
ner, Mexico Beach. tfc-9-26
FOR SALE: For your Avon Christ-
mas gifts see or call Mrs. L. Z.
Henderson, BA1 7-3014. 3tcl0-3
FOR SALE: For a good deal in
new and rebuilt sewing machine.
Priced to suit you. Contact K. Par-
ker, PO 3-9669, Panama City or
write K. Parker, 2115 Bryan Ave.,
Panama City. 4tp-10-3
FOR SALE or RENT: House trail-
'er. Nicely furnished. See Mrs.
Paul Farmer Oak Grove or Phone
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet. Phone
9-1651 or see Ralph Rich. Itp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish
ed apartment. Just redecorated
Phone 7-5606. 520 4th St. tfc9-26
FOR RENT: House on First St.
See Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom garade
apartments. Two, three and four
bedroom cottages, furnished. Call
BAll 9-1184, or see Mrs. C. E.
Thompson at Costin's Cottages,
Beacon Hill. 8tp-10-10
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
See Mrs.. Paul Farmer, Oak Grove
or Phone 7-2565. ltp
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
near school. Call 7-7361, Mrs. Fan
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50
. hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WANTED: Any news of interest to
your neighbor for the Panama
City News and Herald. Call Mis.
Benton Hamm at 9-1876. tfc-9-12
Notice is hereby given that the
City 'Commission of the City of Port,
St. Joe, Florida will meet at 7:00
o'clock p.m. EST., on the 15th day
of October 1957, to hear objections,
Written or oral, of all interested
persons, to the Ordinance providing
for the installation of a Sanitary
Sewer Collection System in the area
of the City bounded as follows:
Lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 18
in Block 1007; Lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12,
,14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30
and 32 in Block 1008. All of Block
1009, all of Block 1010, all of block
1011, all of Block 1012, all of Block
1014, all of Block 1015, all of Bloc'i
1016, all of Block 1017, all of Block
1018, !all of Block 1019, and all of
Block "A", and all of Block "B" in
St. Joe Heights Subdivision of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida and
the assessment of the cost against
the abutting property in the above
R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk
STATEMENT REQUIRED BY THE
ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AS
AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF
MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY 2,
1946 (Title 39, United States
Code, Section 233) SHOWING
THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGE-
rMENT, AND CIRCULATION OF
The Star, published weekly at
Fort St. Joe, Florida for October
1. The names and addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing edi-
tor and business managers are:
Wesley R. Ramsey, Port St. Joe,
firestone Home & Auto Supply Store
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SPECIALSERVICES Keys Made While You Wait
SPECIAL ERVICE35 EACH
"OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing BICYCLE PARTS
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. WESTERN AUTO
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re, WETIERN AUIT
)alre, also. HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call and E-Z TRAILERS
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Reel Parts and Repairs
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