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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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THE


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


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WL*-LEY R. RAMSEY

Much has been said about Mr.
Dickenson and his system in de-
termining the champions of the
Northwest Florida Football Con-
ference.
We suspect that many do not
know just how it works.
Reprinted below, is the entire
scoring apparatus. Upon studying
it you will find that the Sharks
now have 125 points and even with
a win over Marianna on Thanks-
giving day, the Quincy Tigers can-
not hope for more than 105 points.
According to the said Mr. Dick-
enson, this gives the Sharks a 20
point edge and the Championship.

SECTION A


1. First division includes all
teams that have won more games
than they have lost during the sea-
son. All other teams are.in the sec-
ond division.
2. For each victory of a first divi-
sion team over a first division team,
the winner gets thirty points and
the loser fifteen points.
3. For each tie between two first
division teams, each team gets
twenty-two and a half points.
4. For each victory of a first di-
vision team over a second division
team, the first division winner ge:.a
twenty-points and the second divi-
sion loser ten points.
5. For each victory of a second
division team over a first division
team, the winner gets tihrty points
and loser ten points.
6 For each victory of a second
division team over a second divi-
sion team, the winner gets twenty
points and loser ten points
7. For each tie between two sec-
ord division teams, each gets fit-
teen points.
8. For each tie between a first
division team and a second division
team, the first division team gets
fifteen points and the second divi.
sion team gets twenty points.
SECTION B
1. No team shall be penalized for
a victory in an extra gam3. To
avoid that, the extra game shall be
omitted from the calculations.
(Twenty points for an extra victory
penalizes a tiam with an average
of more than i-e.Ly points for its
other games.) HoweVer, the number
of victories must never be thus re
duced until -they are fewer than
the number of defeats or ties.
2. If two second division teams
have won the same number of vic-
tories over first or 'second division
teams but have lost a different num-
ber to first division teams, the ex-
tra defeats by the first division
teams shall be omitted from the
calculations. (This effects only the
teams in the lower bracket.
SECTION C
1. An undefeated team shall al-
ways be ranked above every team
it has defeated, even though the
average number of "points" is the
season's rating may indicate other-
wise.
2. A team with a percentage of
.500 is in the second division; it
will be considered in the first di-
vision if one-third of its games have
been against first division oppo-
nents and have resulted in at least
one victory and one tie. A team that
has no first division victories and
has lost to at least two second di-
vision teams shall be placed in the
second division even if its percent-
age is above .500. (These excep-
tions to rule 1 of Section A must
be interpreted caerfully.) A team
that has won over all its second
-division opponents and won at
least two first division victroieso
shall be placed in the first division
regardless of percentage.
3. If, in a game having a bearing
(n the championship, a first div'-
.'on team should profit by tieinug
another team in the first division
when defeated then would lower
the defeated team into the second
division, the points awarded shall
not be greater, than for a victory.
(A tie between first division teams
gives each twenty-two and a half
points whereas defeating a second
division team nets only twenty
points.) Each of these rare cases
must be considered separately. Con-
ferences have different rules on
this point. It is sometimes neces-
sary to allow twenty points for such
a tie game in order to avoid any
"encouragement" to be 'tied rather
than to win.
SECTION D
'1. If the foregoing directions
have been correctly followed, the
final standings may be calculated
by getting the average number of
"points". (Add the points for each
game included and divide by the
number of games used in getting
this total.) The team with the high-
est average is ranked first (except
under 'Rule 1 of Section C.) The
following rules apply when two or
more teams have the same average
"points" for the season:
(a) If two teams have the same
average "points" for the entire
season, the victor in the game play.
ed between them during the season
shall be ranked above the loser. Ob-
viously, if they have not met dur-
ing the season, they remain lik.d in
the final ranking.
(b) If three teams ha--' the .anme
average "points" for the entire sea-
son, and two of them have met
during the season, the loser shall be
ranked third and the other two
tied for the higher rank.
Advertllng Doesn't Coet it PAYS-


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1957


JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA SINGLE CO So


Star Receives First Ground Observer Corps Members Get Union Th
'Letter To Santa Claus' Wings In Meeting At Fla. Power Lounge II ll I

Christmas is definitely on the
way. To herald its nearness, The Observers of the Mexico Beach Post, Golden Scott, Deputy Super-
Star has received its first letter Post, Ground Observers Corps met visor, Howard McKinnon, Gulf M
to Santa Claus. The Star would at the Florida Power Lounge for County Deputy Chief of Staff, who G R
* like to assure its writer and any the presentation of their Wings also represented Mayor J. L. Sharit.
other youngsters that their let- which were awarded them for re- A certificate of merit will be
ter will be forwarded on to Santa cognition for service, awarded Mayor Sharit from the Rev Harry Punt
Claus after they are published. The Mexico Beach Post came U. S. Air Force at a later date. Rev. H rry Punt V
So write that letter to Santa and into being through the coordinated At 930 A M T
mail it. We will publish it and efforts of Mrs. Albert Carbonneau, At 9:30 A.M'. TIh
then forward it on. Just address !Charlie Parker and Mayor J. L. Correction
'your letters to: Santa Claus, Sharit 6f Port St. Joe. The post The Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
North Pole. is now under the supervision of Last week The Star erroneous- lance announces the fourth annual
Post Supervisor, L. W. Porter of ly reported that last week was Union Thanksgiving service which
Dear Santou to know I have been St. Joe Beach. the last week of the Austin-At- will be held at 9:30 on Thanksgiv-
I want you ear.to know I have been The County Commission of Gulf chison quitting business sale. ing morning in the First Baptist
very good this year. I have minded Cn and the dieco of Civir
mother and daddy. And for Christ- County and the director of Civil Mr. Austin had sent word for Church of Port St. Joe.
mas I want a bee bee gun and a Defense for GulfCounty, Willia the advertisement down Tuesday The Thanksgiving Sermon will
big army truck with a big light in Rasm ussen and Mayor Shart and there was a misunderstand- be given by The Rev. Harry Punt,
the front. I want a cowboy suitrsseding about the wording. The big pastor of the Port St. Joe Presby-
and a pair of boots to match. I want bers othe Mexico Beach Post or headline should have read that 'terian Church. The program will
some fruit and candy. I will be their efforts and time. They prais- the business was regrouping its last for approximately 45 minute.
looking for you Christmas night. theially in vpatriew of tc he uncertainty remaining merchandise for a final Many local ministers will have part
Yours truly pecially i vew of the unertaty big sale. 'in the services and special music
Thomas Edward O'Brian of Russia's leaders and in the time b----- *-g-e will be rendered by the First Me-
P. S. I am in the second grade nationuided msscan keep the bnlessi an aleof METHODIST MEN'S CLUB thodist Choir.
and my teacher Is Miss Sandard. ton a keep e lesss o WILL MEET TUESDAY The services will be broadcast
S God n our hands. over Radio Sattion WJOE.
The following were awarded the The Methodist Men's Club will The program will be as follows:
Open Thanksgiving Wings: Carmen Shields, Bay Coun- meet tonight for their regular Prelude, organist
-- ty Civil Defense Director, Mrs. Mar- monthly meeting. According to
The Constitution Park Museum tin Gainer, executive secretary of president, Dr. Bob King, the men Call to worship (Psalm 100) Rev.
will be open Thanksgiving day Civil Defense, Bay County, Miss will be fed a big Thanksgiving din- Malcolm Mill's, pastor, Highland
from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Montiel Morris, Supervisor Bay ner. View Baptist Church.
All visitors and residents of County Civil Defense, William Ras- Speaker for the meeting will be Responsibe reading, "Good to
'Port St. Joe are Invited to visit mussen, Gulf County Director, Civil Rev. Mott, new pastor of the HI;' Give Thanks", Rev. E. 0. Bradley,
the museum during these hours. Defense and Supervisor St. Joe '.'Ld View Methodist Church. pastor, First Methodist Church.


NUMBER 9


anksgiving Service



Did At First Baptist



Vill Deliver Sermon Cancer Society

iursday Morning To Present Film


Thanksgiving prayer Rev. 3. C.
Odum, pastor, Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church.
Scripture reading, Rev. H. L.
Mott, pastor Highland View Me-
thodist Church.
TLanlisiglving Music, Methodist
Church Choir.
Thanksgiving Sermon, Rev. Har-
ry Punt, Pastor, First Presbyterian
Church.
Patriotic Hymn, "America", by
the congregation.
Benediction, Rev. G. D. Under-
hili, Priest-in-charge, St. James'
Episcopal Church.
Officers of the Ministerial Al-
liance are Rev. Gardner Underhill,
president; Rev. Harry Punt, vice-
piesident and Rev. E. 0. Bradley,
secretary-treasurer.
The public is most cordially in-
vited to attend this service.


.otw" of The Now Yored k~o&M a Socey, .Now York City. Robowt L Suat Colecaim


Thanksgiving Day will be a happier,



^more meaningful day..
S^^r~ ~~ YB t 0*


for a 'iLank-,you- dviid"/~Iou yurc~r ~ors~ Inacrog~g~--


T'S a story we all know and love-the first
Pilgrim Thanksgiving. The excite-
ment in their little homes must have been
pretty much as it is today-the tantalizing
smells of roast turkey and pumpkin pie-
the bustle and rush of eager children-it
must have been a wonderful day!

But before the Pilgrims sat down to their
feast they observed the true meaning of
Thanksgiving. They all gathered together
in their meetinghouse to give thanks for
the good they had received, for survival
through a lobn year of hardship, and to


pray f6r thi strength anid courage to Keep
their faith in this strange, new land.

This Thanksgiving, why not take your
family to your house of worship. A quiet
hour of prayer and thanks will make your,
holiday so much more meaningful.

Wherever you are ... whatever your be-
liefs may be ... take time to offer your
words of thanks ... just as the Pilgrims did
more than 300 years ago.


id the strength for your life. ,
WORSHIP TOGETHER THIS WEEK


At Port Theatre

The Gulf County Unit of the
American Cancer Society will in-
troduce a unique health program
to the women of the Port St. Joe
area on December 5 by showing
two films, "Time and Two Women"
and "Breast Self-Examination".
These- films will be shown at the
Port Theatre December 5, at 10
a.m. "Time and Two Women" deals
with a most intimate and serious
subject with clarity and good
taste. Its purpose is to explain
how cancer of the uterus may even-
tually be eliminated as a cause of
death. Its theme is that time may
be a woman's ally or enemy, and
that the choice is, in large part,
up to the woman herself. This is
an important medical story told
through the experiences of two
women, each faced with cancer.
"Time and Two Women" stresses
the importance of an examination
as a part of the annual health
checkup for women over 21, and
urges that it include the "cell ex-
amination for uterine cancer".
The other film, "Breast Self-Ex-
amination" was first shown in 1950
and has been viewed by over 5,-
000,000 women, helping thousands
to detect breast cancer in an early
stage.


Meet Your Neighbor

Sale Conitinues


The Gulf County Unit of the
American Cancer Society staged a
successful "Meet Your Neighbor
Sale", in several stores in this vi-
cinity this past week end, thanks
to the many workers who gave
their time so willingly.
The sale is continuing throughout
the remainder of this week and
the local chapter of the Cancer
Society will recieve 5c for each
package of Betty Crocker cake
mix, pie rust mix, etc., sold during
the week.
The Gulf County Unit wants to
extend their thanks to the follow-
ing persons who worked this week
end to make this sale a success:
Mesdames J. L. Wilier, Silas R.
Stone, Buck Burge, Dave Maddox,
Bob Fox, Wayne Hendrix, Gannon
Buzzett, Frank Hannon, Will I.
Ramsey, Phillip Chatham, W. D.
Jones, A.I Smith Tom Coldewey, J.
L. Sharit, Sara Kenney, Kenneth
Bateman, R. D. Prows, J. C. Belin,
George Cooper, L. S. Bissett, Her-
man Dean, E. F. Gunn, Geogre
Tapper, Joe Hendrix, C. L. Arm-
strong, Buck Griffin, Jimmy Allen,
Kay Clark, J. C. Martin, Alfred
Joines, Joe Land, Phillip Lewis, J.
L. Temple, Myrtle Childers Bill
Ford, Bill Whaley, Sid Brown, Her-
bert Brown, Warren Pareseau.
Members of the Tri Hi Y girls
of Port St. Joe High School who
helped during this' sale included
'Brenda Tomlinaon Pat Williams,
Marina Punt, Donna Underhill, Pau-
la Bass, Frances Lewis, Barbara
Williams, Judy 'Fensom, Nadine
Boyette, Elizabeth Brown, Rose-
mary Tomlinson, Pat Spears.
Ladies of the Long Avenue Baa-
tist Ohurch who worker Friday
and Saturday were Mesdames D.
Brigman, Joe Ferrell, Joe Alligood,
W. P. Dockery, Joe McLeod, Cliff
Harper, Joe McLeod, Sr. Joe Wil-
kie, P. B. Fairley, Jr. Gene Fow-
ler, Durel Sykes and Wesley R.
Ramsey.
Highland View ladies particip)t-
ing included Mesdames Margaret
Adams, H. A. Butts, Gordon Ad-
ams, Archie Floyd, Troy Glass
James Grissett Ted Whitfield, T.
0. Richards and Ralph Branch.
'In Wewahitchka, members of the
Junior Woman's Club gave their
time to help make this sale the
success It was.
Members of the Gulf County Unit
of the American Cancer Society
also want to heartily thank those
'who supported the sale by the pur-
chase of these General Mills pro-
-Au-+.


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FRANK HANNON
Real Estate and Insurance
221 Reid Ave. Phone 7-3491
FOR SALE: Penney's Beach Apart-
ments, St. Joe Beach, Port St.
Joe.
FOR SALE: Beach lots. Reason-
able. Apply at this agency.
FOR SALE: House and lot at
White City on Highway 71.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 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: Block 87, Lot 28, Loca-
tion 10. Garrison Ave., Port t.
.Joe. See John Dady. 4tp-ll-7
FOR SALE: 1950 model Pontiac
house trailer. 34'. $600 equity and
assume payments. See Ray Brant
at Griffin Trailer Park, Oak Grove.
FOR SALE: Two homes at St. Joe
Beach, one priced at $4,750 and
one at $7,500. With as low as $66.
down payment. See or call Buddy
McLemore, Real Estate Broker, 201
East Sixth Street, Panama City,
Florida, Phone POplar 3-1397. 4t-c
FOR SALE: 6 shoat pigs. Thor-
oughbred. See Ted Whitfield at
Highland View.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment
on 10th St. Near schools. Call
7-3073. Mrs. J. S. Shirey, 612 Madi-
son St. tfc-11-14
FOR RENT: Dec. 1, unfurnished
duplex apartment. )Near church-
es and schools.: On Long Avenue.
See Mrs. H. E. Bartee or Mrs. Ron-
ald Childers.. 3tp-11-14
FOR RENT: One small two-bed-
room cottage. Beacon Hill. See
Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware.
FOR RENT: 3-room house. Furnish-
ed. Best location. $45 mo. 808
16th St. Phone 7-4616. tfc
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only. Mrs. A. M.
Jones. Phone 7-7646. tfc-11-7


FOR RENT: Two bedroom garade
apartments. Two, three and four
bedrbom cottages,. furnished. Call
BAll 9-1184, or see Mrs. C. E.
Thompson at Costin's Cottages,
Beacon Hill. 8tp-1040
FOR RENT: Apartment. Phone
7-7736. 515 Third St., W. B. Fer-
rell. itc-11-21
FOR RENT: One ana two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Gas heat, window fans. They have
to be seen to be appreciated. Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
tfc-11-21


your neighbor for the Panama
City News and Herald. Call Mis.
Benton Hamm at 9-1876. tfc-9-12
SPECIAL SERVICES
:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
.hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
maired, also.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. ttc-5-2
RADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
MWAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs


F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
rou need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited
WIL'LIS V. -ROWAM POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.


R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
SPECIAL WATCH SALE
Reconditioned Guaranteed
YOUR CHOICE $7.95
25% cash discount on new move-
ments. Fine Watch Repairing.
PARKER'S JEWELRY
Next to Creech's Laundry
Port St. Joe, Fla. 3tp-11-21


WMU WILL MEET


FOR RENT: Unfurnished duplex The WMS of the Long Avenue
apartment. On Palm Blvd. See Baptist Church will meet tonight
SilasR. Stone. November 26 at 6:30 at the church
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on lor a covered dish supper and
'Woodward Ave. See Ben H, study of th emission book: "Con-
Dickens at 107 Second Street or i
phone 7-2281. tfc-11-28 tinent In Commotion".


Hints For Christmas Mailing

Hundreds of thousands of Christmas cards and packages will be
lost this year because of illegibly written addresses. Servicemen
overseas, relatives, friends, business associates-all will be part of
a disappointed army whose mail goes astray, because,-)as a national
magazine recently stated, we have become a "nation of scrawlers."
Yet a few simple rules and just a little attention to it will im-
prove anybody's)
handwriting im- WATCH OUT .FOR TRICKY LETTERS
mediately, says
the Handwriting
Foundation in a Never close these loops: '/
special appeal i
aimed at cutting Never loop non-looped strokes: I e
down losses.
All addresses,
says the Founda- Always close letters like: Ct./
tion, should be
written in at least WATCH OUT FOR "LOOK-ALIKE" NUMBERS
three well-spaced
lines, with zone / 7 -
numbers includ- /-73-5- I
ed. This goes for
the return address as well. Take special care with the "tricky"
letters and numbers shown on the chart.
Your signature, on greeting and gift cards, should be legible
Include the last name when identification might otherwise be in
doubt. If it's a family card, make the children part of the greet-
ing, and let them sign the card, too.
For far away friends and relatives, add a short note-a few
words of greeting and maybe a promise of a longer letter soon. A
New Year's card is appropriate for friends you've forgotten al
Christmas. And never give money gifts to the postman, milkman
and others without at least the personal touch of your signature.
You don't have to be an artist to decorate a c.rd or gift package.
A pen anl "olored inks (try red and green for Christmas) is all
you need J tree in outline, some stars, a few heavy dots and
you've dac.. .i your own Christmas spirit. Another personal touch
is a note in an envelope attached to the outside of a gift package.
As for next year's greeting card and gift list, compile it now
VWrite each name on a separate index card, and alphabetize them
in a file box to simplify additions and changes. Or keep a booklet
wvth blank pages between names for newcomers.,Such a list pre.
vents cmbarrassina duplication or om:ssion at card-sending time
And always reni- mber, concluc'.cs t:e Handwriting Foundation
t')at the written message is part of the Christmas spirit. Be sure
.) make the message legible.


$109.95


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. Tuesday November 26


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

FOR SALE' Two bedroom britk- FOR RENT: at Highland View,
create house. Has den, fireplace, one bedroom, also three bed-
two lots already well landscaped. room houses. Modern plumbing.
In nice neighborhood on McClellan. $32.50 and $50.00. Select tenants.
Only $1600. down and balance on Dogs prohibited. Phone 7-3973 af-
FHA loan. ter 5 p.m. 2tp
FOR SALE: Two bedroom house
plus two furnished apartments LOST: Penn reel and rod between
that are bringing in $100 per month. Money Bayou and Port St. Joe.
Good investment property at $10,000 Saturday afternoon. Will person
This includes house, two apart- finding it please call Mrs. J. A.
ments and the furniture in the two Garrett, BAll 7-5811. 2tp
apartments.
A very nice two bedroom house ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED:
completely furnished at St. Joe Expert repairs on all types irons.
Beach. A good buy if you are look- Red's Shoe Shop. tfc
ing for a nice beach cottage. LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50
Two lots on Marvin Avenue for hour. Cut your lawn and let me
$1600three bedroom house at igh- worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
A three bedroom house at High- Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
land View that we can sell for Servion, Phone 7-7501.
only $300 down and balance like
rent. 2t WANTED: Any news of interest to


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proper easements be obtained and
MINUTES OF THE work begun as soon as possible.
COUNTY COMMISSION ,Curtis Hammond appeared before
COUNTY COMMISSIO^N the Board and presented his peti-
t'00. 1;.*-> e tion. with the proper bond, for a
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA license to carry fire arms to-wit:
NOVEMBER 12, 1957 a 22 cal, pistol. After lengthy dis-
The Board of County Commission cussion, the Board informed the
ers of Gulf County, Florida met this petitioner that license would not
date in regular monthly session be issued to him; that the action
with the following members pres- taken by the Board was not due
ent: J. C. Price, Chairman, E. C. to worthiness or character of the
Harden, Sr., G. S. Croxton rind ,A. petitioner, but because the Board
J. Strickland. The Clerk, Sheriff, has been advised against the issu-
Attorney, Road Supt. County En- ing of license to carry fire arms
gineer and Mosquito Control Super- The Sheriff informed the petitioner
visor were also present, that he did not need a license to
The meeting came to order at use his pistol in the way that he
9 o'clock a.m. intended to use it.
The minutes of the meetings )f Upon motion of Comm. Harden,
October 8th 12th and 28th were seconded by Comm. Strickland and
read, approved and adopted. duly carried, the oBard voted *'o
IPursuant to notice published ac- deny the petition.
cording to law, the oBard received i'iWe Board voted to pay the
the following sealed bids on the Florida State Forestry Board the
two airplane engines that is offered 1957 assessment for Fire Control
for sale, to-wit: and the Farm Forestry program in
G. H. Wimberly, Jr., bid $70.00 the amount of 10,689.25.
for the two engines and one propel- The Board voted to pay a medi-
ler. After consideration there was cine bill for a County Indigent pa-
a motion by Comm. Harden second- tient in th amount of $145.98.
ed by Comm. Croxton and upon The State Road Department re-
vote was unanimously carried, that quested the County to secure a
the County sell the two airplane borrow pit as described in .SRD No.
engines and the one propeller to 12, Section 5258-15.2, to be used for
G. H. Wimberly, Jr., for $70.00. constructing roads in Wewahitchka.
-S. T. Morris, employee of the The Board requested the State
Gulf County Mosquito Control Dis- Road Department to pay for the
trict, requested the Board to pay pit because the County has no funds
him his salary due him on account to purchase right of ways or borrow
of sick leave time for October 28th, pits.
29th, 30th and 31st and November After lengthy consideration and
1st, 1957, in the amount of 50.00. discussion with reference to the
He informed the Board that he requirements for individuals or pri
did not receive pay for those dates vate concerns constructing street
because he was off sick, and that in subdivisions that will be take-
he was due to be paid for those over by the County for mainten
days according to the working ance, Comm. Harden offereci the
agreement between the County and following resolution and moved for
the employees of the Mosquito Con- its adoption seconded by Comm
trol District Department. After dis- Croxton and unanimously adopted,
cussion, the Board directed the .Su- to wit:
pervisor to pay'Mr. Morris his regu- RESOLUTION
lar wage for the days that he was *WHEREAS, the Board of County
off sick, to be paid on the next Commissioners has not previously
payroll, adopted resolutions aas regards that
The Mosquito Control Supervisor construction of roads and streets s
told the Board that the ditching by individuals, and/or private con
program was lagging because a cerns, which said street and roads
definite program, with the proper are proposed to be accepted by the
easements have not been formulat- County for maintenance, and
ed by the participating Cities and WHEREAS, the Board desires to
County; that such a program must eliminate any confusion of devel-
first be approved by the 'State opers and others, that may occur v
Poard of Health before the Depart- and -desires to formulate a concrete E
ment is authorized to proceed with and definite plan to- be followed
the ditching. A lengthy discusi.no for the acceptance of roads and
followed, afte which the Board di- streets by the Board of County
rected the Supervisor to see that Commissioners for maintenance
such a program is planned between and drainage; C
the Cities and County; that L.e I BE IT RIESiOLVFED that the Board


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Commissioners of Gulf ceptance report will bs furnished GEORGE F. SUBER IS
rida, does hereby pro-! the developer or his representa[lve. NAMED TO FRATERNITY
'd adopt the following, 6. The minimum requirements AUBURN, Ala,---George F Su-
geulations to be abided shall be six inches of compacted N, Aa.,-eorge
rd's developers, and oth- I sandelay or equivalent bas, with her, Jr., Port St. Joe, has been
construct roads aird double surface bituminous treat- elected to membership in Rho Chi,
ich are proposed to be rent or six inches of compacted pharmaceutical honorary fraternity
y the County for main mixed in place sand bituminous at the Alabama Polytechnic Insti-
d drainage: road mix with double application
t to the County Clerk of bituminous surface treatment, or tute. Suber was one of four men
plans and specifications a compacted twelve inch stabilized initiated into the society.
-pographical map show. base without surface treatment. Membership in Rho Chi is limit-
e details. After having The driving surface of each road ed to pharmacy students who have
.s and specifications or street shall have a minimum
r competent engineers width of eighteen (18) feet. The high scholastic averages and who
construction personnel construction and materials specifi- passes qualities of leadership and
be submitted to the nations for roads and streets cover- character.
county Commissioners at ed herein shall conform to the re- Following the initiation, Suber
meeting for their consid- quirements of the latest revision of
the event the plans and the Florida State Road Department iand other new members were
is are approved, the ",Standard Specifications for Road's guests of the society at a banquet.
consider whether or not and Bridge Construction"; except The guest speaker was Jim Askew,
cept the proposed road that sub-paragraph (b) article 36.2 newly-elected student president of
eet construction and Section 36 shall be changed to per- ly-elected dent president of
r permanent mainten- mit the use of muck as a stabiliz- the School of Pharmacy.
completion. ing material. ---
ty Clerk will notify the 7. The minimum requirements -
r his representati 3 of for plans and specifications that LEGAL AD'VERTISING
of the Board. In th3 will be acceptable to the Board are
Board agrees to accept as follows: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
ent maintenance i-:e (a) Plan and profile of entire GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ads and/or streets, two length of the street or Streets or In Chancery.
ets of plans and speci- roads at a scale of 1 inch-100 feet ALEX H. YOUNG, defendant
owing all changes and horizontal and 1 inch-10 feet var- vs.
quested by the Board tical. Plan to have the draniage de- LUEWINNIE YOUNG, Defendant
Commissioners sha l be tails, size and type of proposed NOTICE TO Luewinnie Young,
to the County Clerk. structure indicated, and all main whose place of residence is Route
ese sets will have the topographical features. Profile shall 3, Ashburn, Georgia,
roval indicated thereon iadciate existing ground elevations On or before the 9th day of De-
returned to the devel- and proposed grades; typical cut cember, A.D., 1957 the defendant,
other to be retained by and fill cross sections, 'showing type Luewinnie Young is required ro
OC'erk. or ditch. curb and gutter, etc. Ele- serve upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
developer who submits actions shall refer -to mean sea le Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
nd specifications sha.1 vel datum.- is 221 Reid Avenue, Port ,St. Joe
(b) All dedicated road or street Florida, a copy of and file with the
County Clerk of tha rights of way shall be marked with Clerk of said Court, the original of
address of construction 4" x 4" x 24" reinforced concrete an answer to the Bill of Complaint
or individual, and/or post set at a minimum depth of 18 filed against her herein.
o will do the work. inches at each corner of eacn inter- Witness my hand and official
reloper or his repres m- section and on each right of way seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
furnish to the County one at the points of beginning and Gulf County, Florida,- this 4th day
ailed analysis of repre- ending of all curves, and at all an- of November, A.D., 1957.
mples of the 'soil from gles of the rights of way lines. GEORGE Y. CORE,
oad base is to be -on S. Copies of this resolution will Clerk Circuit Court.
Stabilization material be made available to all interested (Circuit Court Seal) 4t-11-7
nd a design mix for the persons on request to the Coun'y
action, which will le- Clerk.
nimum Florida bearing LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
pounds per square inch. 9. Adequate facilities for ingress Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
eloper or his represen- and egress to areas adjacent to Fourth St.. meeting night every other
:eep the County Clerk all roads and streets must be pro- Monday.
to when work is to be vided without cost to the County.
work shall be done in ,10. This resolution shall become SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
mance with the appro- effective as of the date of adop- 0. F.-Meets first and third
nd specifications. The tion, being November 12, 1957. Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
trnish inspector service There being no further business Hall. All members urged to attend;
desired who will advise to come before the Board at this visiting brethren Invited.
f any unauthorized de- time the meeting did then adjourn. C. W. LONG, N. G.
a the ap.-oved plans. ATTEST: J. C. PRICE, Secty.
final inspection, the George Y. Core J. C. Price
d inspector wilk advi:-e Clerk Chairman THERE WILL BE a regular com-
hat the worse has ben -- munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
completed in a final 8end The Star To A Friend third ThurFday at 8ve00 first and
port; copy or said ac.third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


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EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially Invited
WILLIS V. ROWAM POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
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800 p.n., American Legion Home.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddie,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.

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Social Security Office To Cooperate

With Nation-Wide Farm-City Week

The Panama City Soclay Security Farm-City Week (November 22-28)
office, together with 557 other dis- is to stress the close relationship
trict offices of the Social Security of rural and urban peoples, Carey
Administration, is cooperating with said that the Social Security Ad-
farm and business industries in the ministration will emphasize the
nationwide observance of Farm- "oneness" of its old-age, survivors,
City Week, John V. Carey, District and disability program. We recog-
Manager, announced this week. nize an opportunity for this office
Since the objective of National to correct some of the misunder-


DIVIDEND ANNOUNCEMENT

UNITE D SCIENCE FUND SHARES
,:.
30th CONSECUTIVE QUARTERLY DIVIDEND -
The Board of Directors of United Funds, Inc., on No-
vember 6, 1957, declared a dividend of 7c per share
from net investment income and a distribution of 33c *"'
per share from securities profits on United SCIENCE
Fund Shares, payable November 29, 1957, to sharehold-
ers of record at close of business (4:00 p.m. Central
Standard Time) on Wednesday, November 13, 1957.
As is customary at the close of business on the record
date, the prices of the shares will be reduced by the
amount of such payments. Purchtasers who acquire
shares prior to the record date will receive the pay-
ments and will be subject to income tax thereon.

Sincerely yours,
CAMERON K. REED
President

RUTH C. SOULE


206 Ninth St.


Local Representative


Phone 7-5401


................ ... arme"r's work-uhder aociar security
standing on the part of both the just like millions of city workers
farmer and the-city dweller about who are employed or self-employ-
the purpose of social security in- ed.
surance. For complete information, con-
"Some people do not fully under- tact the Social Security office at


stand that the social security pro-
gramn is the same for the farmer
and for the city person," Carey


522 Mercer Avenue, Panama City.

Annlnrhicolan Tn Pla


added. "Many farmers seem to pr~ --*V%-v- a- j
think that old-age, survivors and in Pecan Bowl Tilt
disability insurance for them- and
their families is a distinct and MO C LO- Bill Wag-
separate program from the social onr chicola High School
security program for city folks: g' A H School
Sharks will take on Coach Billy
Some believe erroneously, that Bean's Pirates of Greenville, in the
when they reach retirement age Pecan Bowl football game at Mon-
they just have to apply at their cello, Friday, December 6. Game
farming activities." starts at 8:00 p.m.
The social security law does con- pe f o e posta.... .n
tain a few special provisions for ened om t p a
- farmers in recognition of the fact beenef game, irs n an annual
froPecan Bowl series, will go for set -
that farming differs in many ways recreation center
ing up a youth recreation center
from the operation of other busi- at Moticello.
ness enterprises, Carey continued. Greenville is tied with Forda
These differences, however, relate Tallahassee, for the North
only to the way self-employed far i, Ta s ee ham o
mers are permitted to figure their Fl ri C on ter Ca.p ,io aip
net earnings for social security Th S a one a
c(la Valley Conference. Ga'e tick-
purposes. ei.s will be available, Memorial Sta
These special provisions for farm will be available, Memorial ta
operators have nothing to do with dium, Monticello.
the type of social security benefits
payable or work eligibility for bene- Help Fig ht TB
fits. Emphasizing that there are no
special "farmers' benefits," Carey 9 7
concluded that farmers and their
families qualify for these Federal
insurance payments based on a E'TIN


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Air Force Recruiter
Sets Visitation Dates
M-Sgt Charlie L. Blair, the new
Air Force Recruiting Sergeant from
Panama City, will visit Port .St. Joe
on each third Monday for the pur-
pore of interviewing young men
and women who are interested lu
joining the Air Force.
He will visit Port St. Joe from
10:00 a.m. until 12:00 a.m. and will
be located at the Post Office here
He will interview and accept pros-
pective applicants who are quail
fled for enlistment.
Sergeant Blair, state that infor-
mation concerning pay, leave, dutl
station and educational and pro-
motional opportunities will be
av ailable.
Sergeant Blair, also said tha'
young men who have already re
ceived their pre-induction physical
but have not received their notice
to report for induction are eligible
for enlistment in the U. S. Air
Force.
Sergeant Blair, added that the
Air Force is now accepting young
women between the age of 18 and
34 years of age for enlistment and
may delay their enlistment date
until after the holidays.
BILLY AYERS CHOSEN
FOR HONOR SOCIETY
GArlNESWILLXE--Billy Ayers, a
student at the University of Flor-
ida, and the son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. F. Ayers of Highland View, is
one of the 14 Army ROTC cadets
to be chosen for membership in
Scabbard and Blade, an honorary
military society at the University.
Members are chosen on the ba-
sis of leadership, scholarship and
individual merit.


Tuesday November 26


T hanksgiving is or giving thanks,
And so we're sending you
This message to bring good wishes,
And appreciation, too,
For as we count our blessings
And the good things that life sends,
We place the highest value
On the good will of our friends.


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The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


Port St. Joe,
Florida


Citizens Federal

SAVINGS


Profitable


3O% per annum, credited and
compounded, June 30th and
December 31st, or in cash.


rSrr- ,a n,
me son Per Annum
Insured by An Agency of The United States
Government, up to $10,000.00.
WE FINANCE HOMES ON LONG TERM EASY PAYMENTS
BRING or MAIL us your SAVINGS FUNDS, by Check,
Money Order, or Cash, by the 10th. of any month.
EARN from the 1st., EXTRA PROFIT.


Citizens' federal Saving
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully


A Christmas Gift for You and Your Family
As we make joyous preparations for the Christmas season,
one important phase of this celebration should not be forgotten.
We mean the annual Christmas Seal sale, which this year com-
pletes half a century of effort to fight tuberculosis through volun-
tary giving.
During these years great strides have been made toward
lowering the TB death rate. But the fact remains that TB is still
a health problem. There are those in Gulf county this very day
who have tuberculosis and don't know it,
For their sake and for the protection of all of us it is im-
portant that the unknown cases be found and put under treatment.
Christmas Seal funds help locate undetected cases of TB and in
addition money contributed in the seal drive is used to help pa-
tients and their families and to aid in checking the spread of the
nation's number one infectious killer. Toward that end last year
22,000 Gulf county residents received TB services.
You are buying a Christmas present for yourself, your fam-
ily and your neighbors when you buy Christmas Seals. Use
them on your holiday mail and packages.

"Time For A Change" At Last
The big news in President Eisenhower's Oklahoma City
speech during which he drew more applause than he has for a
long, long time lies in his public recognition of some neglected
economic facts-of-life.
As in his first speech on "Science and National Security",
the President was very frank in saying that higher defense spend-
ing will be required to meet the Soviet threat. But in the week
that intervened between the two speeches he had apparently not
only brushed up on his subject but had also been briefed on
the attitude and temper of the people, from coast to coast and
border to border.
Referring to basic research, in which he has been urging
drastic expansion, Mr. Eisenhower said: "Here again money can-
not do everything. You cannot say to a research worker, 'Your
salary is tripled; now produce three times as many basic discover-
ies.' "
In warning that new costs must be added to current se-
curity expenditures with no prospect that the latter can be fur-
ther reduced, he said: "Consequently, the first thing is to search
for other places to cut expenditures."
And again: "In the Federal Government's civilian activities,
we shall have to make some tough choices. Some programs,
while desirable, are not absolutely essential. In this I have reach-
ed a clear conclusion. While some savings may still be squeezed
out through the wringer method, savings of the kind we need
can come about only through cutting out or deferring entire cate-
gories of activity." i 1 a' |' ^
"This will be one of the hardest and most distasteful tasks


that the coming session of Congress must face."
We do not recall that we have heard this kind of talk from
General Eisenhower since 1952 when he was campaigning under
the "time for a change" banner.
No American is setting his face against adequate defense.
But few Americans are convinced that overall national expendi-
tures must be increased to attain that security. It would now
seem to be up to the Congress under the leadership of the
President to light into their "distasteful" job and cut away the
Federal boondoggling and the superfluous bureaus and activities
- notably our global do-gooding. o


Washington

SEE SAW,
by WIN PENDLETON

SING THOSE WORDS Con-
gresman Billy Matthews has won
half of his battle with the radio
and television networks over the
censorship of Stephen Foster's
classic songs. The fight started in
August when Matthews complained
that the networks were changing
teh original words of Foster's
songs. For example, Matthews
pointed out that the word "dark-
ies" had been change dto "fellows"
and "Old Black Joe" had now be-
come "Old Pal Joe". Matthews in-
troduced a .resolution calling for
an investigation of why they were
doing it and who had put pressure
on them to make the changes. He
also introduced a bill calling for


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approval of Congress before any
other changes could 'be made. Last
week the networks announced that
they would go along with Matthews
as far as "official state songs"
were concerned. This would include
"Old Folks at Home," state song
of Florida and "My Old Kentucky
Home," state song of Kentucky.
Matthews says he is happy that the
networks have given in this much
and insists that he'll keep up the
fight to restore the original words
to all American folk songs.
TOO HUSH-HUSH? Scheduled
to be in Washington this week was
Congressman Dante Fascell for
hearings by the Government Infor-
mation ,Subcommittee. Big ques-
tion before the committee was: why
did the Defense Department issue
their no famous, "Thou shalt not
speak" orders to the military im-
mediately after the .Soviet Sputnik
took to oute space? On the pan
wwere top Defense officials. For
two years the Committee has ask-
ed questions of all government de-
partments about their restrictions
on public information. The Defense
Department has been the hardest
place to wangle news. Fascell's
Committee hopes to make its final
recommendations to cure the prob-
lem by January first.
PREVENTIVE WAR?-There is
nothing like keeping your fences
in good shape. Politically speaking,
they keep your friends in and your
enemies out. It's also -smart to re-
member that the best kind of a
campaign is one where you are
running without opposition. And it
looks as though Senator Holland
is remembering those old political
"truths". With his election coming
up in 1958, he is now doing his


best to dlscouW-age anybody from'THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. Tuesday November 26
trying to take his job away from
him. Each year during the recess, got to go. Up to now, no volun- NEWS MUSIC WEATHER
he covers Florida pretty throough-
ly. This recess he has scheduled tea. W JO
more than 70 appearances that will W J 0 E
require more than 8,000 miles of it pays to advertise try it' 1570 On Your Dial
travel. With this program about
half completed, reports. from his -- ""-
camp are good. No ominous sounds You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
from prospective candidates. Only
noise is the sporadic rattling of O a e
Florida's perennial rusty saber, but' L g pI
most folks are of the opinion that
even that one won't be drawn this REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
time. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
THEY WANT TO "SIT TIGHT" SUNDAYSCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
HY WANT TO IT TMORNIN GWORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
-What's the toughest problem fac- BPTIS T I: .m.
ing the U. S. Senate next year? The BAPTIST TRAINING UNION _._ 6:45 p.m.
Sputniks? The Middle East situa- EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
tion? Runaway inflation? Maybe PRAYE RSERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
elections? That's what a lot of
floks think. But, what about the Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
new Senate Office Building? It will
be ready for the min 1958. Moving VIITODC ALW AYC W EIL ME
time is scheduled for next summer. S S I S ALWAYS WELLC Mi
What's the big problem? Who will
get the 40 new plush offices with --
the $800 desks? No! That's an easy
question to settle. They will go. to
the Senators on a seniority basis. A W d
Big question is, which committee E *
offices that are now in the Capitol
will move to the new building- RADIO and TELEVISION
two blocks away? ,Senators like
their committee rooms within a CAR RADIOS REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT
minute's walk of the Senate floor.
They don't want to move. But the Pick-Up and Delivery Service
Capitol is overcrowded. They just
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November 27, 29, 30
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eating the watchword. After a
short devotional by Mrs. C. N
Dykes, the program entitled, "Three
Knocks In The Night" was present-
ed. Those present and taking part
on the program were Mrs. H. F.
Barbee, Mrs. 0. N. Dykes, Mrs.
James Allen, Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs.
L. W. Porter and Mrs. P. B. Fair,
ley. Following a short business ses-
sion the meeting was closed with
prayer.
Mrs. Allen served delicious re-
freshments of coffee, cokes, party
sandwiches and cookies to the six
members present.

Mrs. Poole Hostess
To WMU Circle 3
The WMU Circle 3 of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church met on
Tuesday night, Nov. 19 with Mrs..
P. B. Fairley, Sr. The devotional
was given by Mrs. Mary Poole.
The program entitled, "Threa
Knocks In The Night" was pro.
sented by Mrs. Mary Poole, Mrs.
Fairley, Mrs. Jimmie MeLeod, Mrs.
Katherine Player, Mrs. Maxine
Money and Mrs. Betty Arnold.
After the meeting adjourned, de-
licious cake and coffee was served.

Missionary Program
Studied By Circle
Circle Number five of the Long
Avenue Baptist WMS met with
Mrs. J. D. Clark Tuesday evening
at 8 p.m.
Those taking part on the pro-
gram were Mrs. James Traweek,
,Mrs. Leggett, Mrs. Ilot Barlow,
Miss Alma Baggett. Tfter the pro-
gram, Mrs. Clark served delicious
refreshments to Mrs. Bert Hall,
Mrs. N. G. Martin, Mrs. James Tra-
week, Mrs. Uames Wise, Mrs. Le-
ona Basham, Mrs. Orrick, Mrs. Leg-
gett, Mrs. Barlow, Miss Baggett
and Mrs. Powell.
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The annual district banquet and
installation of officers will be hold
at the Dixie Sherman Hotel on Fri-
day night December 6, at 7:'30 p.m.
for the Bay-Gulf Scout District.
A good program has been planned
for the occasion with a speaker on
the docket.
All adult scout workers are in-
vited to attend the banquet.

Poems Written By
Fourth Graders
The following are poems on the
topic of "Thanksgiving" written by
pupils of Mrs. Lamar Faison's
fourth grade.
WHEN AUTUMN COMES
When autumn comes
And trees are bare
The wind is blowing
The leaves everywhere.
By JEROME BAtRNES
GIVING THANKS
The time .for giving thanks is
Coming very near,
However, we should give thanks
All through the year.
By NONI CARBONNEAU
MY TRIP
I went on a trip,
And saw some flowers.
They were red and yellow,
And I saw some towers.
By CATHERINE IRAMSEY
MANY VISIT MRS. J. C.
LANEY, WHO IS ILL AT HOME
Friends of Mrs. J. C. Laney will
regret that, she is confined to her
home because of illness. Among
her visitors have been her daugh-
ters, Mrs. J. A. Hightower and Mrs.
G. A. Hambrick of Pensacola; Mrs.
H. 0. Yelverton of Birmingham
and Mrs. J. R. Brinson of Colum-
bia, S. C. Other relatives who have
visited her this week are: Mr. and
Mrs. C. 0. Adams, Sr., of Ashford,
Ala.; Mrs. Florence Williams, Mrs.
Charles Norton and Miss Sara
Frances Norton of Wewahltchka;
Mrs. Rebecca Laney, Harold Lan-
ey and Mrs. Thelma Coggins of
Chipley; Mr. and Mrs. Knight and
children of Graceville; Mr. and
Mrs. Boy Williams and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Cope of Chipley and
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Williams of
Cottondale.
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Executive Board of Garden Club Mrs. Cooper Hostess Circle Four Meets
Meets To Discuss Spring Fashion Show To ircle Number one with Mrs. Gibson
Circle One of the Long Avenue Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., was hostess
The Executive Board of the Port 1958. Baptist Church had its November to Circle Four of the Long Avenue
St. Joe Garden Club held its regu- *Thcse present at the meeting meeting last Tuesday with Mrs. Baptist Church Tuesday night.
lar meeting at the Motel St. Joe were: Mrs. Robert Tapper, Mrs. George Cooper as hostess. Present were Mrs. Tom Watts,
November 21. Mrs. Ralph Nance, J. C. Arbogast, Mrs. Fred Maddox, The program, "Three Knocks In Mrs. Gene Fowler, Mrs. Joe Wilkie,
president, presided. Many items of Mrs. Carl Armstrong, Mrs. Chris The Night" was presented by Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Bateman and Mrs.
interest were discussed includingMartin Mrs. R. W. Henderson, Mrs. J. C. Odum, who presided in the Wesley R. Ramsey.
er Show Plans we re malcent for a George Cooper, Mrs. W. E. Thurs- absence of the chairman. Circle chairman, Mrs. Wilkie,
Home Decoration contest for Christ. bay, Mrs. Chauncey Costin, Mrs. Following the program, a busi- opened the meeting with prayer
me oration otest for chris Buck Griffin and Mrs. Ethel M. ness meeting was held. Eight mem- and Mrs. amsey read the devotional
ma. Read the Star for details The pro-ness meeting was hold. Eight mem- t f L 1 The po-
concerning this contest and enter. Bridges. bers and two visitors were present, gram, "Three Knocks In The
Qualified judges will judge all en- Delicious refreshments wereser- Night" was presented with Mrs.
tries. Plans were also made for a THE LATEST WEATHER ved by the hostess.atts, Mrs. Bateman and Mrs.
Spring Fashion Show in January W J 0 E Ramsey discussing Southern Bap-
and a Spring Flower Show in April Lng Avenue Circle tist mission fields in Latin Ameri-
1570 On Your Dial Meets With Mrs. Allen ca, The Orient and Africa.
Meets With Mrs. Allen A closing prayer was brought by.
Mrs. Fowler after which Mrs. Gib-
WMS Circle No. 2 of the Long son served refreshments.
Avenue Baptist Church met Mon- -
day afternoon, November 11, in the Scout Banquet Set
home of Mrs. James Allen. Banquet Set
JI7 h fl r ( The meeting was opened by re- For December 6


Tuesday November 26


THE STAR. Port St. Je, Fl.
Visiting Parents Here
Ronnie Chism is spending a week
vacation with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Rush Chism.
Visiting With Anchors
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and
children from Tallahassee visited
with the Sidney Anchors Sunday.
Mrs. Anchors is Mr. Smith's sister.
Guests of Andersons
Mrs. David May and son Bruce
were the recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W .0. Anderson. Mrs. May is
the former Betty Otto Anderson.
III With The Flu
Miss Connie Jackson is confined
to her home with the flu.

Card of Thanks
We vwish to thank our many
friends -and loved ones, for the nice
cards, beautiful flowers and gifts,
but most of all your kindness and
prayers, during Lindas illness. May
Gods richest blessings be yours.
The Clifford Tharpe Family.
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ted at 402 Avenue F, Port St. Joe,
Florida, said building being situat-
ed on Lot One (1) in Block One
Thousand Eight (1008) of the City
of Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Flor-
ida, on Monday, December 30. 1957,
between the hours of eleven o'clock
A. M. and two o'clock P.M., E.S.T.,
a sufficient quantity of the follow-
ing described property to satisfy
the final judgment in the above


styled case in the amount of Tw-o
Hundred Twenty-five Do liars
($225.00), the cost assessed therein
in the amount of Thirty-three Dol-
lars and Thirty cents ($33.30) and
the cost of said execution sale, to-
wit:
That entire stock of hardware,
building supplies, groceries, store
fixtures and merchandise locat-
ed in that certain building situa'-


e on Lot One (1), Bloci One of -merchaadlse usually and gef.-
Thousand Eight (1008) in the rally found in a retail dry goods
City. of Port St. Joe, Florida, be- and grocery- store.
ing No. 402 Avenue F, Port St. Anyone wishing to bid upon said
Joe, Gulf County, Florida consist- stock of merchandise may person-
Ing of hardware, building sup- ally examine same at the last men-
plies, store fixtures, dry goods, tioned address, No. 402 Avenue F,
including clothing and wearing lPort St. Joe, Florida. Said sale
apparel, groceries including can- shall commence at the hour of ele-
ned goods staples and fancy gro- ven o'clock A. M., E. S. T. and
series of all kinds and articles shall continue until same is com-


tfH StAlt, Prt JO %oe 0186

plete. B. E. PARKER,
Said property has been levied Sheriff of Gulf County, Fla.
upon as the property of the defen- BENJAMIN H. DICKENS 4t
dant, Chitty's Dry Goods and Gro- Attorney for Plaintiff. 11-28
cery Store, Inc., a Florida corpor-
ation to satisfy said execution. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Dated this 25th day of Novem- ___
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For prompt, accurate, personal pre-
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Ballenger Resigns

Bay-Gulf Scout Post

At a meeting of the Executive
Board of the Gulf Coast Council,
Boy Scouts of America, held at
Eglin Air Forse Base Thursday
night, Joe L. Ballenger submitted
his resignation as Scout Execu-
tive to be effective December 31,
1957.
Ballenger has served as Scout
Executive of the Council for the
past five years.
A personnel selection committee
will be selected to consider records
of available men for replacement
of Ballenger.
Ballenger is not ready at this
time to announce his plans for he
future.
During the meeting of the Execu-
tive Board plans were discussed for
the Council Annual Meeting to be
held in January.
Attending the meeting was Har-
ley E. Erb, Regional Scout Execu-
tive of Region 5 with headquarters
in Memphis, Tennessee. Also pres-
ent were representatives from the
five Districts making up the Gulf
Coast Council.
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SCHOOL LUNCHES
Elementary School Superinten-
dent Hubert E. Richards announ-.
ced this week that effective on
December 2, school lunches will
be 30c per day.
Richards said the school held
the price of the lunches to 250
as long as possible, but that the
everyday increase of prices was
forcing the school to go up on
its lunch prices.
These prices will be in effect
when the children return from
their Thanksgiving holiday.

SUNBEAMS WILL MEET
NEXT MONDAY AFTERNOON
The Sunbeams of the Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church will meet next
Monday afternoon at 3 p.m.
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Confined By Illness
Rev. E. 0. Bradley has been con-
fined to his home with an attack
of the flu.

R. A.'s WILL MEET
The Royal Ambassadors of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church will
meet Wednesday night at 7:30.

LEGAL ADVERTISING

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
at a regular meeting of the City
Commission of the City of Port
St. Joe to be held at 8:00 o'clock
P.M. on the 3rd day of *December
1957, all interested persons may
appear and file written objections
to the confirmation of the prelim-
inary assessment roll relating to
the assessment for improvements
consisting of the installation of a
sewerage collection system in
"Special Assessment District No.
1", City of Port St. Joe.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: R. W. HENDERSON
City Clerk 2t

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. AT LAW.
I. W. DUREN, )
Plaintiff, )
vs. )
CHITTY'S DRY GOODS)
& GROCERY STORE,)
INC., a corporation ex-)
isting under the laws of)
Florida, )
Defendant. )
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
OF MERCHANDISE
Notice is hereby given that un-
der and by virtue of a Writ of Ex-
ecution on a Final Judgment issued
out of the Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and
for Gulf County, Florida, in the
above entitled case, I have levied
upon and will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, at
the front door of the buildignz situs- w


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