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VOLUME XXI THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1957 3ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Single Copy So
Sharks Stomp Chipley; Taylor
Has Big Night; B-town Next
Boy Scout Fund
The annual Boy Scout Fund drive
has been scheduled to start on
Monday, November 4, according to
Karl Allen, drive chairman.
The drive will be kicked-off with
a breakfast for workers at the Mo-
tel St. Joe at 6:45 a.m. Monday.
At this meeting material and in-
structions will be given the work-
ers. Chairman Allen says that plans
are to complete the drive in a sin
Funds from the drive are used to
finance scouting work in the Gulf
Coast Council of which Gulf Coun-
ty is a part. Only a small percent-
age of the funds collected is used
outside the Council.
Workers in the drive will be C.
L. Costin, Mrs. Myrtle Childers, Joe
iMdLeod, Kay Clark, F. W. Chand-
ler, Jack Mahon, Mrs. Ralph Nance,
Coleman Tharpe, Mrs. Virginia
Graves, Joel Lovett, Mrs .R. P. Hol-
lioay, J. T. McNeill. Jr., and Emile
Finance chairman of the drive
will be B. B. Conklin.
Residents of the city are urged
to be generous in this drive.
For Flower Show
The Florida Power Lounge on01
Reid Avenue will be the setting
for the Fall Plower Show of the
Port St. Joe Garden Club. The show
entitled, "We Are Tiankful", Will
be held on Saturday and Sunday,
November 9 and 10.
Everyone may participate in this
show by entering arrangements or
horticultural specimen and plants.
Flower nurseries and florists are
invited to exhibit commercial dis-
plays in the show and should coa-
tact Mrs. R. W. Henderson.
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast is general
chairman and other chairmen re-
sponsible for readying the show
'Staging: Mrs. Carl Armstrong
and Mrs. Fred Maddox.
Judges: Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax.
Clerks: Mrs. Chris Martin.
,Ribbons and Award's: Mrs. G. W.
Educational: Mrs. Ethel Bridges.
Judges Luncheon: Mrs. Chauncey
Tables: Mrs. Tom Byrd.
Pictures and Radio: Mrs. Susie
B acing arrangements: Mrs.
Horticulture, Mrs. R. W. Hender-
Chairman of Hostesses: Mrs. W.
E. Thursday and Mrs. H. W. Grif-
t Rules for exhibitors and the sche-
dules for "We Are Thankful" will
be published next week.
--end The tar To A Friend
Sendl The Star To A FrIend
Sharks Now Have 2-1 Record
In Northwest Florida Conference
The Sharks all-star fullback the flu. This lack of information
Wayne Taylor put on a one man could result in the Tigers surpris-
show as he ran and kicked for 21 ing the locals at any time.
points to lead the Sharks in a 21-0 Blountstown is not having a good
victory over the highly regarded season. However, they have had
Chipley Tigers last Friday at the y ness and n-
Tigers' homecoming game. Taylor '.key men out withsickness and n-
gave the shivering fans thrill af- juries in many of their games They
ter thrill as he rolled over the big are capable of giving the Sharks a
Tiger forward wall like a steam good game if their personnel is
roller. sound and in condition.
Chipley had first chance as they
took the opening kick-off but were
unable to gain against the tough
Shark defense. Taylor's first TD
came early in the first quarter af-
ter a series of bulldozing drives
down the middle. Taylor crashed
over from the eight and added the
In the second quarter, Taylor
and quarterback Ed Smith combin-
ed efforts to move down to the
Chipley one yard line where again
Taylor crashed over for the score.
Taylor scored again in the third
quarter. The TD came on a beau-
tifully executed draw play that
saw Taylor go 33 yards down the
middle to score.
The Sharks threatened several
times in the fourth quarter as
Frank Fletcher and Jackie Mitchell
got off some long runs but were
unable to score as the Chipley de-
fense tightened, up.
David Musselwhite was a big fac-
tor in holding *a potent Chipley of-
fense to 102 yards as he allowed
little ground around his end posi-
ton. Billy Denton, Peck Boyer and
Terry Hinote also played outstand-
ing. Ken Hurlbut, Alex Gaillard
and Larry Mansfield were more
than effective in plugging up the
Shark middle against Chipley run-
The Sharks travel to Blountstown
for a non-conference tilt Friday
night. Blountstown has had little
luck in the win column this year
and are not expected to gyve the
Sharks too much trouble.
St. Joe Chipley
First Downs ---..-.............- 11 7
Yds. Rushing _-.....--..234 102
Yds. Passing .------... 5 41.
Total Ydg. ----------1269 143
Pass Attempt .._........ 3 13
Pass Completed ..- 1 7
Had Intercepted ....------ 0 1
Fumbles Lost ..---.... 1 1
Yds. Penalized ... 45 10
The St. Joe Sharks will play the
Blountstown Tigers Friday night
in Blountstown. The Sharks are
seeking their sixth win as they op-
pose their Calhoun County rivals
of long standing. This will be the
second straight homecoming cele-
bration the Sharks have participat-
ed in as this will be Blountstown's
The game will get underway at
8:30 p.m. EST.
The Shark coaching staff has not
been able to scout Blountaitown as
they cancelled their game last
week with Quincy. Numerous
Blountstown players were ill with
New Pastor Comes To Oak Grove Church
Rev. E. L. Gilliland has accepted God Church there.
- the pastorate of the Oak Grove As- Rev. Gilliland says, "You will
sembly of God Church here in Port find a. friendly welcome at Oak
St. Joe. Grove. Come out next Sunday and
'Rev. Gilliland comes to Port St. worship with us. When you worship
Joe from Sylacauga, Ala. He was with us you are never a stranger
pastor of the First Assembly of and a visitor only once."
Quarterback Earl Montgomery,
fullback James Shuler and half-
back James Pope lead the Tiger of-
fensive backfield. John Davis, a
220 pound tackle and Fernwood Bal
ley, an aggressive? center, are the
The Sharks came out of the
bruising game with Chipley in good
physical condition. Richard Zip-
perer, a promising junior halfback,
sprained an ankle for the only dis-
abling Injury. He will not play in
the Blountstown g a m e, Larry
Mansfield has the flu and his play-
ing status is unknown at this time.
Billy Denton is also ailing with the
flu. He is expected to play barring
The Sharks will be seeking to
continue their winning ways with
the coordinated team effort they
have featured in their past games.
The return to form of Wayne
Taylor after a seige of sickness
and injuries has been an asset to
the Shark plans.
The entire team has played fine
football. They realize that compla-
cency and assumptions concerning
their prowess could be disastrous.
This team likes to play football.
They will be about the task of sub-
stantiating their claims of being
the team to beat for the Northwest
Florida Conference championship
as they battle the Tigers Friday
Cancer Workers To
Appear On TV Show
Members of the American Can-
cer Society, Gulf County Unit, will
appear on- a half hour show on
television Saturday night. The
show will be telecast over staicn
WJDM Saturday at 7:00 p.m. St.
Those appearing on the program
will be Mrs. Warren Pareseau, M*';
Mrs. Myrtle Childers, Co-Chairman,
Gulf County Unit; William Cowdcn.
Public Education Chairman; Dr.
Joe 'Hendrix, Medical Membei;
Warren 'Pareseau, 1958 Crusade
Chairman; J. C. Price, Member
Gulf County Unit; David Carl Gas-
kin, Member Gulf County Unit.
Entertainment will be provided
by Mrs. Debbie Tankersley, Eliza-
beth Ann Brown and Larry Parker.
Last Rites Held
For Gadi W. White
Gadi W. White, 65 of Wewahitch-
ka, died in a veterans hospital in
Birmingham, Ala., Saturday at 1:00
a.m. following a lingering illness.
White was a long time resident of
Wewahitchka and was well-known
in Port St. Joe.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Nella White, Wewahitchka; two
sons, Glenn of Hamilton, Ohio and
Wayne of Panama City; two bro-
thers, Pat of Chipley and Emmett
of Marianna; three sisters, Mrs. Ro-
nat Sangaree, Apalachicola; Mrs.
B. B. Roland, Starke and Mrs. Lu-
cille McDaniel of Tallahassee and
Funeral services were held Mon-
day morning at the Wewahitchka
Baptist Church with Rev. Billy
Daniell assisted by Rev. W. A. Frye
and Rev. C. Dwight Wooten. Mem-
bers of the Masonic lodge acted as
pallbearers with Shriners serving
as honorary pallbearers.
Masonic services were conducted
at the graveside.
Interment was in Hard Labor
Cemetery near Chipley.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Will B Pt N 5
The b iennial school election for
Youths Will 'Trick or Tr t' Fity o Study ew thepurpo ,,ofixingmilagefor
SLie P maintenance and s uppo r t of
Nee ifld re Of the TPT Sewer ne lans schools and for the election of
'Needy Chi-ldren ofth e"',! three school trustees, has been set
Tuesday night the City Commis- for Tuesday, November 5. Those
Tonight is the night the ghost sion will hold a special meeting eligible to vote in the election are
C Of C, City BUy walks. Tonight is Hallowe'en. with property owners to discuss the qualified voters of the county who
SChildren will come to your house placement of sanitary sewers in are freeholders, meaning those
New Xmas Lights with the timely "Trick or Trat". the colored section of Por St. Joe. who pay taxes on real or personal
-- The custom is, you treat and they Plans are for the city to construct property and who are otherwise
The City of Port St. Joe and the don't trick. This year, the system the sewer and to bill the property qualified as voters.
Chamber of Commerce are pooling will be just a little different The owners to be served by the sewer The present Board of Trustees is
Chamber of Commerce are pooling trick or treat youngsters will be over a long period of time. composed of James H. Greer, Mrs.
their efforts to provide $1,000.00 helping unfortunate children in the This discussion will begin at 7:00 Alma Jones and R. D. Lister, all of
worth of additional Christmas dec- od p.m. prior to the regular meeting whom have qualified for re-election.
orations for the City of Port St. You will be called on this year b. of the Commission in the Commis- A maintenance and support levy
Joe this year. children wearing the UNICEF arm- sion chambers at the City Hall. of ten mills has been recommend-
iBoth the City and the Chamber Iband, which they will receive at ed by the Gulf County School Board
are putting $500.00 each into the schoolThese arbands denote re t a, as the district village levy esti-
project. h i, t tiheyoigstei ar Ieoil redge L llg ilffi B~giS mated as required to continue the
that the youngsters are voluntarily i 3, so 4g nt
An order has already been sent collecting small change to aid Work In St Joe Harbor school programm in its present ba-
for additional lights and several fortunat child dren through UNr- sis for the ensuing two years. This
special decorative pieces to be hung 'CEF. All eciletors andr il dona- is the same total district millage
about the city the last of nex F. All collectors and all da- U. S. Hopper Dredge Langfitt has levy now in effect for sup-port and
month tions are vohiluntay. started dredging operations in the maintenance of schools.
The Committee appointed to After the children have made the Entrance Channel, Port St. Joe The main duty of the Board of
make selections and work on theo rounds tey are to go to either Harbor this week, according to an Trustees is to approve of appli-
project is G. F. Lawrence, John Gthe First Baptist Church. the Me- announcement by 0. L. Adams, cants for teaching positions in Gulf
Blount, Jr., and Jesse V. Stone G todist Churc, the Presbyterian chief of the operations division of County Schools.
ount, Jr., and Jesse V. Ston Church or the Episcopal ChlurIch the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Polling places will be in the City
where these churches will serve re- in Mobile, Ala. Hall in Wewahitchka and the City
N. freshments. A refreshment stand Due caution should be exercised Hall in Port St. Joe.
.' .... iwiul also be nmade available hy the by mariners approaching the dredge Election officers will be Mrs. Le-
Lions, Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs the notice stated, and passing sig. ona McNeal, Clerk, Mrs. Annie
'at t he Elementary Sch ool. ials, should be blown and no at- Cook, Mrs. Marvin Pitts and Mrs.
." The refreshments will be served tempt should be made to pass until Rese Campbell in Wewahitchka and
i... between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m1. siLnals are answered by the dredg. Mrs. Hazel Ferrell, Clerk, Mrs. Ne-
James W. Beaman
James W. Beaman
Returns To The U. S.
James W. Beaman, UT-3 Seabees
returned from over seas duty re
Beaman plans to make his home
here when he is discharged in July
where he will be a business partner
in the plumbing business with 1hi
further E. W. Beaman who operates
Beaman Plumbing Company.
GO '-( CHURCH SUNDAY
.... ,' ,.. % ,, '. 1^
Lions Club Observes
Annual Ladies Night
The Port St. Joe Lions Club ob-
served their annual Ladies Night
Tuesday night at Van Horn's Beach
The evening was highlighted by
the introduction of baby Lions, an-
tics, tricks and games.
Guests of the club were Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Greer, Rotary presi-
dent; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Addison.
Kiwinis President and Mr. and
Mrs. George Wimberly, Jr., Kiwan-
Thanks Offered For
Help With Carnival
The PTA wishes to offer its
thanks to the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany and the City of Port St. Joe
and the many others responsible
for their help in making the an-
nual PTA Hallowe'en Carnival a
The Carnival made a net profit
Proper signals will be displayed
from the dredge at all times, feC
Hunting A Fruit Cake?
Then Here Is The Place
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis "-b.
has just received its annual ship-
ment of holiday fruit cakes :-
sell. Money raised from the pro-
ject goes to carry on the Kiwan-
is work with youngsters in the
This Saturday, a booth will be
set up in the Piggly Wiggly Su-
per Market for the sale of the
cakes by the Key Club, a Kiwanis
sponsored youth organization. All
profits derived from this sale will
go to the boy's club.
GOLDEN HARVEST TO BE
AT THURSBAY CHEVROLET
The Retail Merchant's Division
iGolden Harvest Drawing will be
held at Thursbay Chevrolet Com-
pany this week.
i The drawing will be held at 3:30
I p.m. Saturday.
va Croxton, Mrs. Zola Maddox and
Mrs. T. 0. Richards, Inspectors in
Port St. Joe.
Post Office Film Offere'd
For Use of Civic Clubs
The Post Office, is finally going
modern, Postmaster Chauncey Cos-
1'- of Port St. Joe, says and ie has
the film to prove it.
The film, "Men, Mail and Ma-
chines" is an exciting pictorial pre-
sentation of the new electronic and
super-automatic devices now being
installed in some of the major post
offices of the nation. Postmaster
Costin invites all civic, church,
school or social clubs in this area
to contact him if they are desirous
of showing the film at their meet-
Costin added that even if auto-
mation is not instlaled in the Port
St. Joe post office the program
will greatly accelerate out of town
mail in this area because mail will
move far more swiftly through the
large gateway post offices of the
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HAVING A GOOD TIME Pictured above are some scenes taken in the crowd at the annual PTA Halowe'en Carnival last
Saturday in the City Park. Look and see if you see anybody you. know. (SJPC Woodlands Photo)
School T& .
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I rni fAH, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 195:7
Mrs. Conner said in opening, "We as A. Moon of White City, Mrs.
;rdan C LIUD MiVemberS ATTend AnnUal are all proud of our Nation, the Ralph Nance of St. Joe Beach
!richest, the best educated, the most Chauncey Costin, Mrs. H. W
C nventin n Lynn Haven Wedn sd y religious, and the most sharing, fin, Mrs. Zola Maddox, Mrs.
Convention 'IIn Lyn n Haven Wedn sday shall we climb te stais of S- Bridges and Mrs. A. S. Chaso
cess or shall we just stare up the The Panama City Garden
On Wednesday of last week the were presented. Mrs. Veron L. Con- stairs." are having their fal Iflower
Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, ner of Dade City, president of the ,cf interest to all was that Road while the Bay County Fair
Inc., annual convention met in Pan- Federation, gave the opening mes- 9S has been beautified from the progress. November 9 and 1
ama City October 23 with the Ly'un sage. Mrs. Conner was introduced State Capital to the Alabama line Port St. Joe club will have i
Haven Garden Club as hostess. by Mrs. Eugene W. Bowles, Dis- with garden clubs working with the show at the old IGA store on
A polio handicapped teacher, Ar- trict President of Marianna, who State Road Department and the Ave. The theme will be, "L
thur F. Coe did the landscape win- presided over the entire day. "Blue Star" theme is in memory Be thankful". On November
er scene that adorned the ros- The theme of the meeting was, of those-in the Armed Forces. The district Garden Clubs will m
umTh scene that adornepicted asnow r Facing Florida's Future. Mrs. Jer- Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Marianna at the caverns.
scetrum. The lighted church. Clnoub re- ry Ferrell of Lynn Haven welcom- Inc., has a membership of 25,974. member is urged to come and
ports were heard from Apalachicola, ed the group. Mrs. Rupert Curry All work for free, no salaries are a lunch.
Bonifay, Chattahoochee, Chipley, of Graceville responded paid.
Graceville, Greenwood, Gretna, Jerry Ferrell, City Commission-, Lunch was served to the dele- WSCS Observes
Lynn Haven, Marianna, Panama er of Panama City. called the meet- gates at the country club.
City, Panama City Beach, Parker, ing to order in behalf of Mayor C(arden Club members attending W r
Port St. Joe, Quincy and Cottondale Frank Nelson. from Port St. Joe were: Mrs. Thom- Week of Prayer
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-On October 28 at 3 p.m. the Wo-
mans Society of Christian Service
of the Methodist Church observed
the quiet day, Week of Prayer and
self denial. The title of the evo-
tion was, "If With Your Hearts Ye
Truly Seek Me", beautifully writ-
ten by Mrs. Dana Dawson, wife of
Bishop Dawson of the Kansas ea.
The meditation was led by Mrs.
Charles Brown, assisted by Mrs.
Robert King and' Mrs. W. H. How-
The theme of the program was,
education in prayer has sprung
from inferiorities, towering fears,
hopeless failure, blind frustration
and secret sins which sever our re-
lation from God, until we become
cold and far away from our church,
its warm love and deep spiritual
food and education. Our children
need an example to follow. How is
my example? How is yours?
Going To Market
Jessie Stone and Gordon Hall-
mark will leave Sunday for Bir-
mingham, Ala., where they will at-
tend a merchandise showing of
spring and summer merchandise
for their businesses here, Stones'
Shop for Men and Hallmark's De-
CUB PACK 47 WILL
MEET TONIGHT AT 7:30
Cub Pack 47 will have its month-
*ly Pack meeting tonight at 7:30 in
the American Legion Hall.
All Cubs and parents are urged
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Grif- Christian Workers
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show A Christian Workers School will
is in be held at the Highland View Me-
0, the thodist Church on November 4: 5
ts fall and 6. Sessions will be held from
n Reid 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on these dates.,
et Us The following courses and teach-
6, the ers for the school will have charge
eet in of the school.
Each Wirking with children in the
bring small church, Mrs. E. 0. Bradley.
Methodist Youth Fellowship, Rev.
Marvin Warwick, Chickasaw, Ala.
1V, Iow to improve your Church
School, to be assigned.
The Churches co-operating to
make the school possible are: High-
land View Methodist Church, First
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe,
First Methodist Church, Wewa-
hitchka, Ho n e yville Methodist
Church. These churches are urged
to use this opportunity to improve
the quality of work in each local
Rev. E. 0. Bradley, pastor of the
First Methodist Church will act as
Dean of the school.
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
The 'Rev. Gardner D. Underhill,
.20th Sunday after Trinity, Nov. 3.
There will be no early Celeb a-
tion on the first Sunday in the
month. 9:45 a.m., Church Schoil.
11:00 a.m.; Celebration of the Holy
Communion and sermon. NOTE:
The United Thank Offering of the
Woman's Auxiliary will be receiv-
ed at this service. 7:30 p.m. The
Episcopal Young Churchmen. 7:00
p.m., the Celebration 'of the Ho'y
Communion and sermon at St.
John's Church, Wewahitchka.
The publiclis cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
,Do not forget. On Wednesday,
Nov. 20, the Woman's Auxiliary of
St. James' Church will hold their
Annual Bazaar. The Bazaar will
open at 4:00 p.m. and the Harvest
Dinner will start at 6:00 p.m. We
are looking for everybody in the
community to attend.
WSCS Circle 4 Meets
With Mrs. Hampton
Circle No. 4 of the WSCS met
Monday morning in the home of
Mrs. Burt L. Hampton. There were
10 members and one guest present.
The program for the morning
was opened with prayer by Mrs.
C. J. Bunting, a former member of
the local Society who now lives in
After the circle business was con-
cluded Mrs. Ramsey, chairman, in-
formed the group that Mrs. Helms,
a conference officer, would present
the world federation program at
the church the third Monday in No-
vember. At this time the District
President will also visit.
Following. this announcement,
Mrs. Robert King read the devo.
tional and then presented the pro-
gram on Home Missions. She was
assisted by Mrs. Temple, Mrs. Ram-
sey and Mrs. Bradley. Mrs. King
used a poster, made up as a map
showing the Port St. Joe church
and lines drawn from it to the var-
ious home missions and the theme
of the program was the far reach-
ing work of th church to these
missions that serve all races and
Mrs. King then closed the meet-
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All those present were delighted
to hear the secretary, Mrs.. Harri-
son is the mother of a baby girl.
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By Col. W. S. Smith, Ret. the waterway.
Mayor of Buckhorn It has been said that the Soo
SAULTE STE. MARIE, Mici.-- with its locks is one of the most
Well, here we are, back in the good strategic points of defense in the
old USA again, having just arrived world, and after seeing the almost
from Saulte 'Ste. Marie, Canada, at continuous string of vessels going
this northern tip of Michigan (by through the locks and up and down
the way, it is pronounced "Soo' Ste. the St. Lawrence we can under-
Marie). Our main objective for this stand this statement. There are no
part of our trip was to see the Soo charges made for use of the wa-
Crnal, of which we had heard so terway for either the Canadian or
Inuch about all our life, especially U. S. side, although the Canadian
during school days And see' it locks see very little use as the U.
we did also made a trip thru S. locks are much more modern
Citizens Federal .
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and larger. along the shore which derive pow-
We came in to the Canadian side er mostly from the sharp drop bo-
of the canal first and after waiting tween Lake Superior and Lake Hu-
for about 20 minutes without see- ron. In addition we had a magnifi-
ing a ship, we asked the lock-keeper cent view of the world's largest has-
when he was expecting another ves- cule bridge, that of the Canadian
sel. He informed us that he didn't Pacific Railway, spanning the chan-
know, as they were few and far ,nel of two of the locks.
between and generally small craft,
and that if we wanted action we
should go over to hte American
Thanking him, this we proceeded
to do via car ferry from Sault 'Ste.
Marie and after hunting fo rsome
time 'to find a parking place we
entered the well-kept and landscap-
ed sector through which the canal
passes. It is all fenced in and is
under jurisdiction of the U. S. En-
gineer Corps, which operates the
setup. After shooting considerable
footage of moving pictures (in col-
or) of vessels passing through the
locks we made arrangements for a
trip through the Soo, both the
Amreican and Canadian sections
just to see how they ticked.
As we approached the eastern en-
trance to the American locks we
There are four locks on the
American side which raise and
lower vessels the 21 feet diffre-
ence in the level of the two lakes.
We went into th Sabin Lock which
is 1,350 fet long, 80 feet wide, 24
feet deep, with a 21-foot lift (total
depth 43 feet). Our little boat seem-
ed to resemble an autumn leaf float-
ing on a millpond. This lock and
the Davis lock adjoining are the
longest locks in 'the world, and each
will take two of the largest lake
vessels in one lockage. Locks in
the Panama Canal are 1000 feet
long, but are 110 feet wide.
Timing our rise we found it took
but 18 minutes to fill this .huge bath-
tub in order to let us sail out onto
Lake Superior. The locks are in
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1957
!continuous operation 'round the
clock and at times there are several
ships tied to mooring butts wait-
ing for passage.
Circling around the Soo Rapids
(which are the cause of the locks)
we approached Canada again, pass-
ing by canada's largest steel mill
and a mountain of pulpwood logs
of the, Abitibi Paper Company,
which produces newsprint for Ca-
nadian and American papers. Per-
haps this copy of The Star is print-
ed on paper from this huge mill.
Passing through the Canadian
lock-there is only one-we came
on down the St. Mary's River to
our starting point, having shot pic
tures to our.heart's content of op-
eration of the locks, the vessels
pasisng through and sights on shore
. And so heaving a sigh of re-
gret at leaving this fascinating sec-
tion, and with our curiosity but
partially sated through with an in-
creased knowledge of this part of
our great country, we prepared to
begin the long trelt homeward .
of which you will hear more in la-
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with the mike
on the door
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State Pupil assignment Act Is Annual Harbor Day Celebration At
Unaffected by Death of Va. Law Apalachicola Set For November 13
TALLAHASSEE The voiding of Virginia's pupil placement law by the U. S. Supreme
Court has no effect on validity of Florida's pupil assignment law, Asst. Atty. Gen. Ralph E.
Odum said last week.
Odum once again expressed confidence that the Florida law, although similar to the out-
lawed Virginia act, will be ruled constitutional when, and if, it gets before the federal courts.
The Virginia law was killed last
week when the U.S. Supreme Court sideration. Even if a Negro was ed by a state board logically could
refused to reconsider an earlier assigned. to a white school under be construed as applying to every
ruling it was unconstitutionalor- the pupil placement act, he could school in a state. The policies of
Ida law would survive because of never attend because money to op- one local school board could in no
fundamental differences in the ap- erate the school would be cut off sense be considered binding upon
preach of the tw states to the in- and it would close," Odum said. any other local school board," he
tegration problem. He said Florida ha dno laws said.
The Virginia pupil placement law which eliminated completely hte The Florida law, adopted by a
was one of a series of laws, which possibility of integrated public -special legislative session in July,
when read together, made integra-
tion of public schools impossible,
He said the Virginia Legislature
in writing its general appropria-
tions act had specified that state
funds would be cut off from any
public school that became integrat-
No Complete Ban in Florida
"As I recall it, the lower court
in ruling against the Virginia pupil
placement act took this into con-
Phone BAll 7-3161
"Our pupil assignment law stands
by itself and set forth criteria,
other than race, which are to guide
local school boards in assigning pu-
pils to specific schools. These in-
clude scholastic achievement, lo-
cation of the appliant's home in re-
lation to a school ,sociological and
psychological factors," he said.
"It is entirely possible under
Florida law for a Negro to be as-
signed ot a white school if in the
opinion of a local school bard he
qualifies in all respects. And there
are no companion nlaws which would
mke tlr. ihe assignment. an empty
1956, was developed by a commit-
tee of constitutional experts head-
ed by retired Circuit Judge L. L.
Fabisinski of Pensacola. Its fram-
ers never have held it out as'a
complete barrier to integration of
public schools. They have said only
that it would serve to prevent im-
mediate, mass integration until a
final solution is found to the whole
The Florida law is yet to be test-
ed in the courts.
A group of Negro parents brought
a suit against the Dade County
school board seeking to integrate
Dade County schools. Federal Dis-
gesture." |trict Judge Emmett S. Choate dis-
,Odum said, too, there was an missed the action, holding the com-
important difference in the admin- plaint did not state a ground for
istration of the voided Virginia l w a suit.
and the Florida act. The Fifth Circuit Court of Ap-
Responsibility Differences peals at New Orleans overruled
"The Virginia act put the deci- 'Judge Choate and sent the case
sion for placing students in a state back to him for trial. But the ap-
board. Florida law vests responsi- pellate court did not rule one way
ability fur assigning pupils in the or the other on the Florida pupil.
local 'school boards. Policies adopt- assignment law, Odum said.
tional channel from Apalachicoa
321 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.
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ANN PAGE REALLY FRESH
APALACHICOLA With the
official announcement by the City
of Apalachicola that its annual Har-
bor Day Celebration has been set
for Wednesday, November 13, com.
mittee chairmen have swung into
high gear preparing for the 10th
Harbor Day is the occasion when
those interested in the development
of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-
Flint River System gather at its
natural port city at the river's
As an added attraction, a memor-
ial state park museum will be dedi-
cated to the memory of Dr. John
Gorrie, the inventor of artificial
ice and father of air conditioning,
who made Apalachicola his home
and brought the town added world
fame through his scientific achieve-
With cheap transportation and
power drawing more industries to
the nation's waterways, this vast
river system which flows through
Florida, Georgia and Alabama will
become one of the most important
waterways in the nation when the
construction along its length is
completed in 1962.
River experts predict that com-
mercial ships and barges will be
traveling from the Gulf of Mexico
to Columbus, Georgia 'by 1.962 and
on up the river to Atlanta at a yet
unknown date--making that great
metropolis one of America's great-
est inland ports.
National, state and local leaders
from Georgia, Alabama and Florida
points will gather at Apalachicola
on this great day of the Tri-River
System to discuss accomplishments
of the past year and plan for the
early completion of the remaining
,Phases. of the waterway complet-
ed recently include Buford and
Woodruff Dams; deepening of a
9-foot deep, 100-foot wide naviga-
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to the Woodruf fDam at Chattahoo-
chee, and the opening of the Bob
Sikes Channel across iSt. George's
Island at the mouth of the river
system at Apalachicola. Barges are
now plying the waterway as far as
Georgia's first inland port at Bain-
bridge on .the Flint River.
The morning part of the program
will include marching bands and
a parade of outboard motor boats
mounted on trailers; registration
of guests; speaking program at 11
a.m., followed by the serving if
iysters on the half-shell and one of
the city's famous seafood dinner.
-In the afternoon, the Gorrie Mu-
seum dedication will take place, of-
ficially opening the museum to the
public. The museum wlil feature a
series of exhibits on John Gorrie
and the territorial days in Apalachi-
cola, which at one time was he
second 'largest cotton port on the
Gulf of Mexico and third largest in
The day will close with the Har-
bor Day Ball at Fort Coomibs Ar-.
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AR UND THE WORLD
The 58 Fordl.h.' n, provedaround the
world. This is t e Lmost dramatic and
most grueling test ever given a new car
before its public announcement.
The whole world was used as a test
track for the 58 Ford. The car drove
through England, France, Switzerland,
Italy, Yugoslavia, Greece, Turkey, Iran,
Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Malaya,
Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and
finally back to the place it started-
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.
The Ford powered over the great
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from the Alps to the Himalayas and the
Rockies. It crossed the great rivers of
history: the Thames, the Seine, the Tiber,
the Arno, the Tigris, the, Euphrates, the
Indus, the Ganges.
This car stood at Buckinghatm Palace,
rolled up the Champs Elysees to the Arc
de Triomphe, and paused at the Eiffel
Toer. It was greeted by the great Paris
couturieres at the famous fashion salon
where its "sculptured in steel" styling wa
applauded by the most style-conscious
audience in the world.
The 58 Ford rode smoothly down the
rugged, beautiful seacoast of l'ito's coun-
try, to a festival in Dubrovnik, and into
Greece to Athens, where this newest
classic met such ancient classics as the
Parthenon and the Temple of Poseidon.
Into Turkey: and the 58 Ford passed
the great white lacework palaces of the
Sultans along the Bosporus and the
Golden Horn. Then the Ford went where
few but nomads travel, up into the hot
days and chill nights of the ancient
mountains of Afghanistan. And thence
along the route Alexander the Great fol-
lowed with his chariots to cross the his-
toric Indus river.
On and on the Ford moved, down into
the heat of mysterious India, through
New Delhi to the Taj Mahal, and to the
great pink palace of the Maharajah of
This great new car met the challenge of
the monsoons-rains that for centuries
live stopped all road, movement through-
out Indo-China, but didn't stop the 58
Ford. It drove on to Penang in Malaya,
and :.en north to Bangkok.
Further on came Saigon, the Paris of
the Orient, at the farthest tip of South-
east Asia. Finally, it powered across the
great Rockies and plains of North
America and back, at long last, to Detroit,
The 58 Ford has been proved and
approved around the world. A natural
question arises. Why did Ford go to such
great lengths with its 1958 model? Why
spend so much money and time and go
through all the problems of negotiations,
customs, border transit, diplomacy in so
The answer: in the competitive auto-
mobile market of today, only the best in
all-around value can survive. And this
round-the-world test is the most decisive
possible demonstration of the best.
The 1958 Ford is vilue: hard-dollar
value. It is also style,, p p.' 1",' ni.inre.
and a dozen great )rw catuI-es. Bu above
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The first car ever to use the whole world as a test track'
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Disability Doesn't Stop
On an average day 2,000,000 peo-
ple are kept from gainful employ-
ment for more than six months be-
cause of illness or injury. When
the disability is of a permanent or
long-lastin nature, John V. Carey,
district manager of the Panama
City, social security office, urged
that prompt action be taken to pro-
tect the person's social security
A disabled worker cannot receive
monthly -disabilit payments until
he reaches age 50. However, Carey
said, the right to payments at age
lk. ,50, or at retirement age, may be
Lost if the worker fails to act. By
Smiling an application to "freeze"
SIE i i ,i ,1' : his earnings record, he protects
i : i '~ W fi not only his own rights but those
of his dependents should he die.
SThe amount to be paid when he
'' reaches age 50 will be figured only
i| !' [l- U- ion his working years if his record
Sis frozen. This assures payment of
| th highest amount possible based
.. .on his earnings record.
,... .' To qualify, the disabled person
.'^"^ -'? ,;- .,- ..,. m ..'must have worked or have been
,^ ':-.. .. -.. .... ? ".' self-employed under social security
S .... ''' .. for at least five years out of the
.' ....... :.. .. .' 10 years before he became disabled.
GtTS LIFE MEMBERSHIP: Sid Brown, of Port St. Joe (left) re- Also, he must 3lave worked at least
ceives a life membership pin from the Big Island, Va., fire depart- fore he was forced to stop working.,
ment presented to him by Charles Wall, local fire. chief, at a recent The disability must have existed I
dinner meeting of the local fire department. Brown was one of the for six months but may be of any
organizers of the Big Island, Va., fire department before moving .nature, according to Carey, so
to Port St. Joe. (Star photo) long as it can be established by
THE STAR, Pert St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1957
*M Nicholas will visit this area next
Veterans Service Officer week for the purpose of helping vet- B .
erans or their dependent in filing BOBBY G. PLAIR GETS place the 2d Armored Division.
Will Be Here Mondefay iant o i m s TRAINING AT FORT HOOD FPlair attended Port St. Joe Higlh
S' Claims. for Compesatlon BenefitsSchool and was employed at Pate's
Veterans of Gulf County who need or solving their Insurance prob- FORT HOOD, TEX.-Pvt. Boboy Shell Service Station before enter-
asstance in obtaining benefit un- lems. This free service includes as- G. Plair, son of Mr. and Mrs. James ing the Army last July.
assistance in obtaining benefits un- distance to employers of Teterans W. Plair, 506 Fourth St., Port St. _._
der the GI Bill, may receive expert under the GI Bill, Vocational Train- !Joe, is receiving advanced training
guidance from Preston L. Nicho- ing, Subsistence or other problems. with the 4th Armored Division at NEWS MUSIC WEATHER
las, Assistant State Service Offi- During his visit in this area Ni- Fort Hood, Texas, in preparation Given Daily Over Station
cer. cholas may be contacted at the for "Operation Gyroscope," the
medical evidence and is expected City Hall from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., Army's unit rotation plan. W J 0 E
medical evidence and is expected The 4th is scheduled to move to
to continue for an indefinite period .Monday, November 4.Germany ly in January to re- 1570 On Your Dial
A free pamphlet, which explains
the disability provisions may be dvertislng doesn't cost-It pays'
obtained by writing to the Social
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SALE OF RECAPPED TIRES
WHOLESALE PRICES TO EVERYONE
6.00-16 full cap $7.25
6.70-15 full cap 7.95
7.10-15 full cap 8.65
7.60-15 full cap 9.0
3.00-15 full cap 9.95
3.20-15 full cap 9.95
All above prices plus taxes and recappable carcasa
Tires mounted free Wheels balanced $1.00 per
wheel Weights Free
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two new super models! Here today!
Look at Chevrolet's airy new styling. That's
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There's a new 4-headlight system, new 6
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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.
PRAYE RSERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
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County Engineer were also present
COUNTY COMMISSION The meeting came to order a
9 clock a.m.
The minutes of September 15, 1
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA and 28 were read, approved an
OCTOBER 8; 1957 adopted.
The Board of County Commis- Mr. Forest Week, Manager of th
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, met ,Farm Forestry program appeared
this date with the following mem before the Board and presented hi
bers present: J. C, Price, Chairman, annual report of operations in Gal
E. C. Harden, Sr., A. J. Strickland, County and explained some of th
George W. Cooper and G. S. Crox- operations under this program. Sai
ton. The Clerk, Sheriff, At'orney, report was ordered filed.
Mosquito Control Supervisor and Mr. Emmett Daniell, Supervise
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Port St. Joe, Florida
of the County Mosciui o District ap- Aie this the 12th day of October, r F 4; 4, P f 1cr t. ucC, FLa. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 19567 --
t. peared before the Board and pre- A. D., 1957.
at sented his tentative budget for the /s/ HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON
fiscal year beginning October 1, Notary Public, State of Florida BILLY AYERS RECEIVES H. F. Ayers of Port St. Joe has'
6 1957, and told the Board that said at Large. My commission ex- ROTC WORK COMMENDATION been awarded a letter of commen-
d budget should be approved and pires Sept. 9, 1960. Billy Ayers, son of Mr. and Mrs. dation as a distinctive military stu- -
l adopted in order for the program (SEAL) -dent for outstanding leadership,
e to continue operating. The Chair- STATE OF FLORIDA,
d man told the Board that the budget GULF COUNTY: in block 1007; lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, campus activities, academic stand-
s called for a cut in wages for one of We, the undersigned County Corn- 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 and 32 ing, character and other traits of
If the employees and that he did not missioners in and for the County in block 1008 All of blocks 1009 leadership.
e want to see any man have to take of Gulf, State of Florida, do hereby '
d a cut in salary. After discusison, certify that we have carefully ex- 1010, 1011, 1012, 1014, 1015, 1016 Ayers is now eligible to apply
the Board informed the Supervisor amined the foregoing Assessment 1017, 1018, 1019 and all of blocks for immediate appointment as a
r that it could not accept the budget Roll of said County for the year A. "A" and "B" in St. Joe Heights commissioned officer in the regu-
in its present form and directed D., Nneteen Hundred and Fifty- Subdivision of the City of Port ,St. L, army immediately following is Thurs., Frl. and 5ot.
him to make certain amendments seven and have compared the ori- Joe, Florida and the assessment of graduation from the University of
in the.budget. The Supervisor then ginal and two copies thereof, as the cost against the abutting pro- YOUR LITTLE
presented an inventory of all equip- required by Section 934, Complied perty in the above listed area. F'orida.
ment owned by the department. General Laws of Florida (Section R. W. HENDERSON SUPER SAVER
Mr. Ted L. Whitfield presented 728, Revised General Statutes of City Auditor and Clerk. advertising Doesn't Cost it PAY SUPER SAVER
a right of way easement for a 66 Florida) and find the same to be Never Undersold
foot street in section 4, T&S, R11W. correct. Quality Considered
Upon motion by Commissioner Har- /s/ J. C. PRICE FOR RENT 2- Bedroom
den, seconded by Commissioner /s/ G. S. CROXTON Small Fresh
Cooper and duly carried, said ease- /s/ E. C. HARDEN, Sr.
ment was accepted and ordered re- STACounty Commissioners I UNFURNISHED HOUSE
corded. STATE OF FLORIDA, UN UR NISH EDHhUSE r Ib l'Oal
Mr. F. R. Pippin presented the GULF COUNTY: L 3
County a Borrow pit easement. Up- I hereby er certify that the warrant On St. Joe Beach
given under the hand of Samuel A. Lb. 3
on motion of Commissioner Har- Patrick, County Assessor of Taxes, -.
den, seconded by Commissioner to Harland 0. Pridgeon, Tax Col- C |l T E Lykes Sugar Creek
Cooper and unanimously carried, lector and attached to the Assess- > W ALTER PICNIC HA
the easement was accepted and or- ment Roll for the County of Gulf PICNIC HLAMS
dered recorded published ac- for the year A. D., 1957 has been 7-3171 7-5511
(Pursuant to notice published ac- duly recorded on Page 79 of the -3L 7c
cording to law, the Board received minutes of the Board of County- *---
and opened the following bid to Commissioners in and for the Coun- Lb. 3 c
furnish the County Soundscriber ty aforesaid, as required by Sec-
equipment for the Circuit Judge's tion 934 Compiled General Laws of USDA Good
Office, to-wit: Florida, (Section 728 of the Revised L CT
The Murry Company, Atlanta, General Statutes of Florida.) CLUB STEAK
Georgia, offered the Soundscriber Given under my hand and seal of
equipment as advertised for $1,- office this 12th day of October, A. f\
238.50. D., 1957. Lb 59 c
Whereupon, thera was a motion (Clerk's Seal)
by Commissioner Harden, seconded Is/ GEORGE Y. CORE Select Tender
by Commissioner Cooper and upon Clerk of the Circuit Court in Select Tender
vote was duly carried, that the and for the County of Gulf.EEF LIVER
Board purchase the SounIdscrlber STATE OF FLORIDA:
equipment from the M irr' Con1- TO HONORABLE HARLAND 0.
pany at $1,2328.50. PRIDGiON, Tax Collector of the
After lengthy discussion, tr'e County of Gulf Lb. 39 c
was a motion by Commissioner
Croxton, seconded by Commissioner You are hereby commanded to V2 or Whole Cured
Strickland and unanimously car- collect out of the real estate and .- Tenderized
ried, that the County keep the % personal property, and from each
yard dragline purchased from Ray- of the persons and corporations
Brooks Machinery Company. named in the annexed roll, the tax- HAM S
,L. E. Creamer and Joe Nathan es set down in each roll opposite
Rouse presented the county a ditch each name corporation or parcel of Plant Bulbs Now Lb. 49 C
easement for a ditch to be dug in land therein described, and in case
the NW '4 of Section .23, T4S, R10- taxes so imposed are not paid at / For Best Blooms
W. The Board voted to accept said the time prescribed by law, you /, OYSTER SEASON
easement, are to collect the same by levy and To thrive well, bulbs need a
The Board ordered the following sale of the goods and chattels, lands p moist Premium
names removed from the Mothers and tenements so assessed, or of period of rest in cool, moist
Pension Roll, to-wit: Elizabeth the person or corporation so tax- CRACKERS
Strength and Minnie Patterson. ed; and all sums collected for the ground. So, choose and plant
The Boar authorized the County State taxes you are to pay to the
Judge to attend a meeting for all State Treasurer at such time as I soon from our big selection of
new County Judges, to be held in may be required by law, and at the i' 27
Lakeland, on October 22 and 23, same time you are to pay to the the finset bulbs. "-
.19 7 th RnBoard to nay exp enses of le oall o uali fi,, edeor all ,m 14 Oz. Stokley's
NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED
DUTCH IRIS -- TULIPS -- AMARYLLIS
NARCISSUS -- DAFFODIL -- HYACINTH
$7.50 per day and 7%c per mile
A discussion was had with refer-
ence to a possible series of meet-
ings to 'be held with the City Offi-
cials of Wewahitchka and Port St.
Joe, for the purpose of working out
mutual problems. The date for the
first meeting will be announced la-
A lengthy discussion was had
with reference to the County fur-
nishing pipe for people living with-
in subdivisions. The Board was ad-
vised that it has no legal rights to
furnish pipe to be. used within a
IState Road right of way, or to fur-
nish pipe to be used within an in-
corporated City. It was brought out
in the discussion that a majority of
those people wanting pipe to be
used along State Road Right of
Ways and in the incorporated cities
are willing to pay for the pipe. The
attorney advised that the County
cannot sell pipe because it would
be in competition with private en-
The County Judge filed a report
of minors that were detained in he
County Jail during September, and
a report of licenses issued during
All payrolls and bills for the
month of September were app
ed and ratified as paid.
The Board decideided to sell the old
aidplane engines owned by the
Mosquito Control District. The
Board will receive sealed bids from
any person interested in purchas-
ing said engine until 9 o'clock a.m.
November 12, 1957. The engines
will be sold to the highest cash bid-
der. The Board reserving the right
to reject any and all bids.
The Board voted to amend the
budget for the year ending Septem-
ber 30, 1957 in those amounts ne-
cessary to balance each item not
to increase the total of any fund.
There being no further business
to come before the Board at this
time, the meeting did then adjourn.
OCTOBER 12, 1957
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met
this date in special session with
the following members present: J.
C. Price, Chairman, E. C. Harden,
Sr., and A. J. Strickland. The Depu-
ty Clerk and Tax Assessor were
The meeting came to order at
Hon. ,Samuel A. Patrick, County
Tax Assessor, presented his tax
roll for the year 1957, showing the
total amount of taxes to be collect-
ed as $ The Board did
then examine said tax roll and upon
motion of Comm. Cooper, seconded
by Comm. Price and upon vote was
unimously carried, that the Board
approve and accept said tax roll as
The Board did then present said
tax roll to the Hon. Harlond 0.
Pridgeon, County Tax Collector and
charged him with collecting $
as shown on said tax roll.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF GULF:
Personally appeared before me,
Samuel A. Patrick, Assessor of
Taxes for. Gulf County, who, being
duly sworn, says the above assess-
ment Roll contains a true state-
ment and description of all persons
and, property in the above County
of Gulf subject to taxation or li-
able to ibe assessed therein, and
that the valuation thereof, so far
as they were made by him, are just
and correct so far as he has been
able to ascertain.
/s/ SAME LA. PATRICK
County Assessor of Taxes, Gulf
Sworn to and subscribed before
collected for County taxes, district
.school taxes and other special tax
es; and you are further required to
make all collections on or before
the first Monday in April; and on
or before the first Monday in July
you will make a final report to and
settlement with the Comprtoller
and County Commissioners.
Given under my hand and seal
this the 12th day of October in the
year A. D., 1957.
/a/ SAMUEL A. PATRICK
Tax Assessor, Gulf County
There being no further business.
to come before the Board it did:
George Y. Core J. C. Price
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 5th:
day of November 1957, to hear ob-
jections, written or oral, of all in-
terested persons, to the Ordinance
providing for the installation of a
Sanitary Sewer Collection System
iu the area of the City bounded as
Lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 18
With Hamper 90c
Without Hamper --------75c
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6 jars 59c
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PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
FOR SALE: Penney's Beach Apart-
ments, St'. Joe Beach, Port St.
FOR SALE: Beach lots. Reason-
able. Apply at this agency.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real' Estate & Insurance
BAIl 7-7741 411 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: Frigidaire automatic
washing machine. Perfect condi-
tion. Going overseas. Must sell.
66 11th St., Apalachicola. 2tp
FOR SALE: 2 beach homes. One
at $7,500.00 and one at $4,750.00.
As low as $600.00 down. Located at
St. Joe Beach. See or call Buddy
McLemore, Real Estate Broker, 21
W. Oak Ave., Phone P O 3-1397, Pan-
ama Cfit. 2te-10-24
FOR SALE: 10-foot meat case. 1st quick expert service. t a-4-S
class condition. Cheap. Contact
Foy Scheffer, Phone 7-4726. 3tp RADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
FOR SALE: house .trailer on half 'WAP.
acre of land or one acre of land
at Howard's Creek. See Foy Schef- Keys Made While You Wait
fer. Phone 7-4726. 3tp 35c EACH
FOR SALE: One pair double size
bed springs. Like new. Call Frank
McDonald, Phone 7-2961. ltc
I will not be responsible for any
bills made by wife after October
2tp E. S. SIRMONS
FOR RENT: Unfurnished duplex
apartment. On Palm Blvd. See
Silas R. Stone.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom grade
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: Large nin.room fur-
nished house. Corner j' Sixth S.t
and Long Ave. Reas-i.Ai.e. See
George Johnson. 4tp
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom garage apt.
furnished. Call B. L. Presnell, at
number 9-1195. ltc
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
One block from town. Mrs. Chas.
Browne, 305 6th St. tfc-10-31
FOR RENT: 3-room house. Furnish-
ed. Best location. $45 mo. 808
16th St. Phone 7-4616. tfc
FOR RENT: One- small two-bed-
room cottage. Beacon Hill. See
Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware.
FOR RENT: Small house on Long
Avenue. Close to schools. Call
Mrs. Bobby Baxley, Phone 7-4876.
FOR YOUR AVON Christmas gifts
see or call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson,
BAll 7-3014. 3tp
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED:
Expert repairs on all types irons.
Red's Shoe Shop. tfc
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
.OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
A BIG DISCOUNT HOUSE in a service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
small town. The largest selection 'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors r -
of gas appliances in the Big Bend aired, also.
area. If it burns gas we sell it. "i-
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St., Apalachicola. 4tc-10-24 Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
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F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say-
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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
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
NEWS FROM le of Hattiesburg, MIS on A.. THrE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1957
gust of this year. Mrs. Mills, is a
lfth grade teacher in the Port St. All the Dark Places" by all. Mrs. NOW Is The Time
PHONE BAll 74652 Joe Elementary School. Rev. and Pratt read the responsive reading
.PHONE BAI 7-4652 Mrs. Mills will reside in the churchreadthere To T eBulbs
By MRS. EULA ROGERS pastorium and they welcome the Mary Coe read the scripture, Mat- TO Plant Those Blb
S visits and prayers of the people of thew 9:35-38 and Mark 16:20. Mrs.
Mrs. Dan Hatfield wants to thank Highland View and surrounding Mary Weeks gave a talk on "Mo- This is bulb-planting month even
everyone for their prayers, nice communitiesther's Memorial Center Friendship though they may be planted in mid-
cards and flowers during her illness MHs.ome" in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. dle and lower South as late as early
May God bless you all. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Adams and Mary Forehand talked on "Peak December. Apply commercial ferti-
Mrs. Curtis Griffin is in the hos- Forrest Van Camp visited in Nice- Home", Polo, Ill. Mrs. Rogers gave lizer in rows or beds, but use no
nital in Pensacola. All her friends ville over the week end with Mr. a talk on "Japan Go Gakuin Girls manure, even if it is well rotted.
wish her a speedy recovery, and Mrs. Angus Harrelson and High School". Mrs. Cumbie, "A In applying fertilizer to beds or
Mrs. Bill Cum'bie is in the Muni- family. Cyanna University for Women." rows for planting bulbs, get it as
cipal Hospital. Her many friends The Highland View Methodist Mrs. Weeks gave, "United Nation's deep or little deeper in soil than
wish her a quick recovery. Ladies Society met Thursday at International". Mary Cox gave a the bulbs are to be planted. Use
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Richards and the church at 8 p.m. for their pro- talk on "Missionary Work Here in about two quarts of fertilizer per
daughter of Gainesville visited their gram. The program was "Home Highland View. Mrs. Clinton Cox 100 square feet.
parents over the week end, Mr. and Fields and Foreign Fields". The closed the program with prayer. This is a good time to plant lily-
Mrs. Ted Richards and Mr. and program was opened with a piano The next meeting will be November of-the-valley and most other lilies.
Mrs. J. D. Clark of Port St. Joe. and violin prelude by Mary Coe '26 at the church. All members will They require so little care, plant li-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butts visited and Mrs. A. B. Pratt, "Beneath The bring a gift of groceries for a nee- berally of the many varieties of day
relatives and friends over the week Cross of Jesus" and a hymn, "From dy family: All visitors welcome, lilies.
Hall. All members urged to attend; end in Andalusia, Ala.
visiting brethren Invited. IBill Lee and daughter, Mrs. Dan
C. W. LONG, N.G. Hatfield and granddaughter motor-
ed to Pensacola Sunday to visit Mr.
THERE WILL BE a regular con- Lee's brother, who is ill.
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hicks and
No. 111, F&AM every first and Mr and Mrs re Hcs and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. children of Wausau spent the week
A end with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Fos-
EVERETT MclARLAND, W.M. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cumble at-
ROY L. BURCH, Secty. tended the Gulf Coast Council Col-
Ail Master Masons cordially invited lege open house Sunday evening,
WILLIS V. ROWAMq POST 116, October 27. Mrs. Cumbie was one
STHE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- of the hostesses.
Ing first and third Monday nights Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelley, Jr.,
800 p.m., American Legion Home and son, Douglas spent the week
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of end in Dothan, Ala., with their par-
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. ents and attended the peanut fes-
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- tival.
ing brothers welcome. J. H.Geddie, Mrs Paul Davidson honored her
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
-son Keith with a birthday party on
his second birthday Saturday, Oc-
tober 26, with a large birthday cake
decorated with cowboys. Those who
helped him enjoy his party were
Annie Lou and Patricia Colvin;
Martha Whitehurst, Gloria Jean
-.65 and Ricky Douglass, Alewana Guil-
---- lot, Patricia Davis, Wanda Fair-
cloth, Virginia Newsome, Maxie Er-
SIne n nest, Elizabeth Youngblood and
Tel epnone Danny Stone. Games were played.
A school of instruction for church
BAll 7-3161 school workers will be held at the
Highland View Methodist Church
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The WMU of the Highland View
Baptist Church met at the home
of Mrs. Ruth Harbuck for their cir-
cle meeting. Mrs. Archie Richter,
circle chairman opened the meet-
ing by reading Psalms 105 1-3, fol-
lowed with prayer. She gave a talk
on how you could know more about
God. The meeting closed with
prayer by Mrs. Bell DuiBose. The
hostess served refreshments to six
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Peterson
and family visited in DeFuniak
Springs and Samson, Ala. over the
Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts of
Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Harms of Sopchoppy also their
daughter Agnes Rogers and baby
son of Port.St. Joe, visited Clin-
ton Cox and family Saturday af-
Steve Daniels spent the week
end in Clearwater at the Union
Convention for Machinists.
The Royal Ambassadors of the
Highland View Baptist Church met
at the church on Monday afternoon,
Oct. 29, at 5:00 p.m. with 15 boys
present. The meeting was called to
order by the Ambassador-in-chief,
Jerry Branch. The opening prayer
was by Rev. Mills, pastor of the
church. The topic of the program
was, "Soul Winning Is Steward-
ship". The theme for the program
was "Korea Needs Felp". Wallace
Guillot, leader, closed the meeting
Rev. Foster Malcolm Mills of
Wayne County, Mississippi, has ac-
cepted the Highland View Baptist
Church pastorate. Rev. Mills at-
tended Clarke Memorial Jr. Col
lege of Newton, Mississippi and ha
graduated from William Carey Co..
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