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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1959
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


-ORT ST. JOE, F


LORIDA


THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1959


Sharit Steps Down After 36 Years.




New Manager for



Phone Company

Announcement was made this .week by Edward Ball, Presi-
dent, St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Company, of the ap-
pointinent of P. M. Schuchart as general manager in charge of
operations of -the St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Company,
effective as of May 1.
Mr. Sehuchart comes to the lo-
cal concern with a long background ;' .-%.
of telephone work.
Schuchart was graduated from
Washington and Lee University in
the class of 1926 and immediately
became associated with the Bell
Telephone Co., of Pennsylvania,i
continuing with the Bell System
until World War II.
During the War he served as
civilian telephone engineer, Signal
Corps, Headquarters Third Service .,
Command. In this connection he
was responsible for traffic opera-
tion of all the.posts, camps and sta-
tions in this Command. As a result
of his outstanding work, he was
awarded Certificate of Commenda-
tion, the highest award possible at
Service Command level.


At the conclusion of his work
with the Signal Corps, in 1946 he
was appointed general traffic man-
ager and traffic engineer, Central
Telephone Co., with headquarters
at the Virginlia Telephone and
Telegraph Co., 0Charlottesville, Va.
'In 1947 he was transferred to the
Southeastern Telephone Company,
'.Tallahassee, a Florida manager.
In 1951 at the request of former
Governor of Florida, -Millard Cald-
well, Sehuchart joined the, former
oVernor i n Washington as Chief



ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WO-.gY R. RAMSEY

Tuesday night,,.at the City Com-
mission meeting; Mayor Sharit was
conducting his: usual routine of
asking each commisslonet if he had
anything to bring before the meet-
ing,
When he came to Commissioner
Walter Duren, he 'asked Duren if
he had any complaints or requests
to bring before the Board.
,Duren said, "No.sir, I receive my
complaints' then pass them on to
Clerk Henderson, who takes care
of them".
Sharit said, "Have you had any
complaints lately?" /
Duren replied, "Oh yes, I had a
man call the other day and wanted
his garbage .picked up. He was a
little hot under the collar and even
wanted me to' come out with a
wheelbarrow and pick ft up".
"-One of your friends?" asked
Sharit.
"I thought he. was", replied Du-
ren.

Did you notice the Port Theatre
marquee Tuesday and Wednesday?
The movie house was playing a
twin-bill.-The titles? The one re-
ceiving top billing was, "No Place
To Go". The second feature was,
"First Manned Trip Into Space".
That fellow found a place to go.


Boat Club In Middle of Fund Raising

Program for Boat Basin Improvements


John Robert Smith, Commodore Smith says that future plans are
P. M. SCHUCHART of the St.-Joe Boat Club is display- to install fresh running water, a
ing a new 18 horsepower Johnson fence around -the property, erect
of the Wire Branch, Federal Civil outboard motor that the club is giv- concessions stands and provide a
Defense Administration. In that ing away Saturday, May 16. watchman and watchman's shed
capacity he was the liaison between The Boat Club has finished the for the boat -basin, Smith said that
that Agency and the Communica- docking facilities at their new Boat one of the greatest spurs of the
tions industry of the United States. Basin on the Gulf County +Canal basin ,project was the practice "of
He has been a regular attendant near Highland View and are now things'- disappearing from boats
at the various National USITA con- in the process' of raising money to berthed in the canal. "We hope to
ventions -and conferences. In addi- make other physical-improvements prevent this practice in the Ba-


tion to being on the program of
several, State conventions, Sohu-
chart also served one term as
President of the Florida Telephone
Association,
In addition to being widely known
in the,, telephone industry and hav-
ing had several articles published"
in technical j- nals on traffic n-
gineering, Mr.'-'Schuohart-has been
active in regulatory matters. He
was a- member of the Task Force
that re-wrote the NARUC-FCC Sep-
arations Manual.' He is chairman of
the NARUC Committee on Deprec-
iation and a member of the NARUC-
FOC Special Telephone Committee.
As Director, Engineering Depart-
ment of the Florida Commission,
Mr. Schuchart was responsible fqr
the service and rate features of
all the electric, telephone and gas
utilities under the jurisdiction of
that Commission.
Schuchart will fill a position that'
has been held by J. L. Sharit since
1923 when the St. Joseph Tele-
phone and Telegraph Company was
founded. Sharit reported that- the
expansion of the Company, future
commitments of expanded service
end his recent appointment as 'the
-President of the Florida Bank of
Port St. TJoe has prompted the
change in personnel. "We are
growing", said Sharit, "and We have
hired a good man to help us in this
growth".
Sharit will remain in his position
as Vice-President of the company.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Costin are at-
tending a postmaster's meeting in
Fort Myers this week.


on the property.


Isin", said Smith.


Gas Franchise Vote


SeCt or Tuesday

Port St. Joe's Freeholders will go to the polls Tuesday, May 5
to vote on the question of whether or not to grant a 30 year fran-
chise to the St. Joe Natural Gas Company, Inc., to furnish a natural
gas distribution system to the citizens of Port St. Joe.
The Gas Company, a home-owned Corporation is seeking the
franchise approval in order that they may appear before the Fed-
eral -Power Commission this month with the Houston Texas Gas
and Oil Corporation to seek permission to include Port St. Joe in
their expansion program. Local company officials say that this
expansion will probably be Houston's last expansion for a number
of years. Even after the franchise election, Port St. Joe's fate
as to being a recipient of natural gas service hinges on the Federal
Power Commission's ruling.
J. Lamar Miller, president of the St. Joe Natural Gas Company,
Inc., told The Star that should the franchise be approved, the Hous-
ton ICompany has said that almost surely the Federal Power Com-
mission will grant the laying of the pipeline to Port St. Joe. The ,
Houston Company has said that if Port St. Joe doesn't get natural
gas on this expansion program it will probably be eight to ten years
before .Port 'St. Joe will receive natural gas service.
In urging people to. vote Tuesday, Miller pointed out that Port
St. Joe is the only industrial city in Northwest Florida that doesn't
already have or have assurances of natural gas. As to the import-
ance of natural gas to industry, Miller pointed a finger at Pensa-
cole and that area, which has had natural gas for several years.
City Clerk R. W. Henderson said that only freeholders may
vote in franchise elections, and this will hold true with Tuesday's
balloting. A freeholder is a person owning property and living in
Port St. Joe. And, of course, he must be registered to vote.
Polls will be open'the usual hours from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
at the 'Fire Station in the City Hall. Election officials will be Mrs.
Joe -Ferrell, Mrs. Durel Brigman, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry and Mrs.
Rush Chlsm.


BEACH BUSINESS COMMITTEE-left to right, front, E. Crooms, Mrs. W. Buckloh, Mrs. E. Thompson,
Mrs. E. Crooms. Second row, Gene Flohre, C. Parker, John Stokes, Roy Conoley, William Cathey, J.
Dykes, Mrs. J. Kockim, Harvey Allen, John Kockim.


Business Men At

Beach Organize

The business men of Mexico
Beach met recently to take up the
matter ,of forming a business as-
sociation in that area.
Approximately 80 percent of the
businesses at thfe beach were rep-
resented and those present voted
unanimously in favor of '.forming
the association.
The Port St. Joe Chamber of
Commerce met with this group last
fall urging that such an association
be formed.
Present at the meeting were E.
Crooms, Mrs. W. Buckloh, Mrs. E.
Thompson, Mrs. E. Crooms, Gene
Flohre, C. Parker, John Stokes, Roy
Conoley, William Cathey, J. Dykes,
Mrs. J. Kockim, Harvey Atlin,
John Kockim.
A committee was formed and the
association is now .in the process
of being formed.
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
GO TO CHURCH- SUNDAY


.C of C PLANS

REGULAR MEET

The Port St. Joe Chamber of
Commerce will hold a member-
ship dinner meeting Monday
night at the Centennial Build-
ing at 8:00 p.m. according to the
president, Tom S. Coldewey.
Coldewey urged all members
of the Chamber to be on hand for
the meeting, at which some in-
teresting reports will_-e.given.
Coldewey said that the Cham-
ber also offers an invitation to
all who are interested in becom-
ing members to attend also.

High School Going
Into Last Term

On Friday, May 1, Port St. Joe
High School will have its last eval-
uation day of the school year. On
this day pupils do not attend
school. The parents are invited to
come and confer with the teachers
atout how their children are pro-
gressing in their school work.
Every parent and interested citi-
zen is urged to visit the high
school on that day.
The teachers will be available as
follows from 8:35 to 11:48 and
12:43 to 3:00.
Mr. Moore, 7-A, Room 10.
Miss Austin, 7-B, Room 12.
Mr. Stahlecker, 7-C, Room 9.
Mrs. Parker, 7-D, Room 11.
Mrs. Price, 8-A, Room L3. .-
Mr. Gunter, 8-B, Room 15.
Mrs. Ivey, 8-C, Room 14.
Mrs. Sims, 8-D, Room 1'6.
Mrs. Stone, 9-A, Room I.-
Mr. Traweek, 9-B, Science Lab.
Mrs. Pridgeon, 9-C, Home Ec.
Mrs. Kennington, 10-A, Commer-
cial Room.
Mr. Faison, 10-B, Room 4.
Mrs. Traweek, 10-C, Room 6.
Mr. Blick, 11-A, Room 7.
Mrs. Howard, 11-B, Room 2.
Mr. Nicholson, 11-C, Room 3.
Mrs. Biggs, 12-AB, Room 8.
Miss Dismuke, Girl's P. E., Li-
brary.'
Mr. Dean, Band, Music Dept.
Mr. Yadon, Shop, Shop Dept.


LIONS' TALENT

SHOW TONIG'Htf

The Port St. Joe Lions Club
will stage their annual talent
show tonight at 8:00 p.m. at the
Elementary School Auditorium.
All local talent will be a fea-
ture of the show presenting in-
strumentals, band combos, vocal
solos, duets, trios, quartets, dan-
ces,, skits, comedy and many en-
tertaining routines all furnished
by people you know in Port St.
Joe. The'show is under the direc-.
tion of John Simpson.
Admission to the show is $1.00
with all proceeds from the show
* going into the Lion's Club wel-
fare fund which is used solely for
community improvements and un-
derpriviledged children.
*K

Graveside Services

For Hayes Infant

Graveside services were held at
Holly Hill Cemetery Sunday at 3:00
p.m. for little Patricia Darlene
Hayes ,daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Forrest B. Hayes of Highland View.
The services were conducted by
Rev. J. J. Hill.
The infant died Saturday at 9:00
a.m. in the Municipal Hospital. She
was two months t old.
Survivors include the parents
and one brother, Forrest, Jr., of
Highland View.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
_______*----
Attend Dinner Party
Mrs. W. S. Quarles and Mrs. W.
S. Quarles, Jr., attended a dinner
party at The Club In Birmingham,
Alabama last week given for the
Randill-Spiegener wedding.

It pays to advertise try it


Says Same Services Now Being

Furnished Area At No Tax Cost

Harry H. Saunders this week sent a letter to Representative
Cecil G. Costin opposing proposed legislation being advertised
by Max W. Kilbourn and to be introduced to the Legislature by
Costin. Saunders opposed the proposed legislation as being an
extra financial burden to the tax payer and also pointed out in
his letter that the proposal, as signed by Kilbourn, was already
being taken care of by local interests, in an efficient manner with
no cost to local taxpayers.


New Paper Mill

In Making For

Big Bend Area

Negotiations currently are under-
way for the location of a mammoth
new paper- mill in Northwest Flor-
ida that would employ more per-
sons than the combined Panama
City and Port St. Joe mills, it was
learned Saturday.
These are the purported facts
on the proposed new industry as
related by a reliable source:
-St. Marks tentatively has been
chosen as the site for the new in-
dustrial giant, which would employ
around 3,000 persons. Mariana and
Chattahoochee, however, still are
being considered as possible sites
and business leaders in these two
Northwest Florida cities are at-
tempting to nail the heavy -indus-
try.
St. Marks is located about 90
miles east of Panama City on the
Gulf Coast.
-Panama City's International Pa-
per Co. mill and Port St. Joe's St
Joe Paper Co. mill have a combin-
ed payroll of around 2,500 persons.
The new mill would- be consider-
ably larger than both these plants
and would give Northwest Florida's
entire economy a big boost.
If .he mill becomes a reality,
and there is an excellent possibility
that it will, both pulp and hard-
wood will be used to make paper.
Paper mills are the backbone of
Northwest Florida's heavy industry
and opening of the new plant prob-
ably would establish this area as
the leading paper producing'sector
of the world.

Business Women Set
Card Party for Friday

The St. Joseph Business and Pro-
fessional' Women's Club will spon-
sor a card party Friday night at
the American Legion Hall at 8:00
p.m. Several tables of games will
be provided including several card
games, checkers, backgammon and
other table games.
The party will be open to the
public with admission set at $1.00.
Prizes will be offered.
The club will serve refreshments
during the party.
Prizes were donteed by: St. Joe
Hardware Co., St. Joe Furniture
and Appliance Co., Campbell's Drug
Store, Buzzett's Drug Store, Cos-
tin's Department Store, Boyles De-
partment Store, Prince and Prin-
cess Shop, Firestone and Ed Eells
Orchidland, Nedley Florist, Roche's
Appliances, Lillus Jewelry, Stone's
Shop for Men, Hallmark's Depart-
'ment Store, Boyd Printing Co.,
Pate-Thomason Service Center.


Costin made known his intention
last week to introduce legislation
to create an Industrial' Develop-
ment Commission for Gulf County.
He explained his plan for the Com-
mission as being strictly for the
sole purpose of seeking out and
bringing new industry to Gulf Coun-
ty. C'ostin also proposed abolishing
the present Port Authority and the
Dead Lakes Commission and en-
cludfng their activities and -being
into the new Industrial Commission.
These two groups are now func-
tioning with no east to the tax pay-
er.
Expense to Taxpayers
In his letter to Costin, Saunders
said, "In my opinion the expense of
running an office of this 'type will
create a financial hardship on the
taxpayers of the County. I feel that
it will duplicate a lot of work now
being done by the Florida Develop-
ment Commission. I also feel that
the work that is being done by the
City of Port St. Joe, the Port St.
Joe Chamber of Commerce, and
Gulf County Commissioners, the
St. Joe Paper Company, the Flor-
ida Power Corporation, and the
Florida Development Commission
is giving a good coverage, without
expense to the taxpayers".
,Saunders told Costin that he was..
,going to seek support for his op-
position at the next meeting of the
City Commission of Port St. 'Joe,
the County Commission of Gulf
County and the Port St. Joe Cham-
-ber of Commerce in opposing the
proposed legislation.

High School Requests
Evaluation By Board

The Port St. Joe High School
has requested an Evaluation
from the Southern Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools,
Principal Leroy Bowdoin announ-
ced this week.
A visiting committee from the
Southern Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools will start
evaluating Port St. Joe High
-School on May 5. The Evaluation
will end on Friday afternoon,
May 8 at 2:43. On that 'Friday
afternoon, the visiting committee
will give a report In the high
school auditorium to the school
faculty and interested patrons.
The public is invited to hear this
final report.
Bowdoin said that this is the
first time in eight years that the
school has.been evaluated.

Major Named New
SJPC Vice-President

It was 'announced this week that
Robert Major had been -named a
vice-president of the engineering
department of the St. Joe Paper
Company.
Major came to the St. Joe Paper
Company last March from Pensa-
cola.


TFEN-AGERS CLEAR OVER $150 IN

PEANUT SALES FOR CANCER FUND
The TAC Club (Teen Agers for Cancer) carried on the project
of selling peanuts Saturday to raise funds for the Cancer crusade.
The teen agers made a net profit of $159.78 on their sale. Officials
of the cancer drive offered praise of the youths for their hard work
Saturday and their expert salesmanship.
In other aspects of the Cancer drive, co-chairman, Mrs. Har-
old Odom said yesterday that all indications are that the cancer
fund drive will exceed the $1,600.00 quota that has been set.
Mrs. Odom said that while no official count has been made of
the funds on hand, a report from Dave Maddox, house to house
canvass chairman, showed that more money was collected from
that source this year than last year.


Saunders OpposesProposed




S-" County Development Body


NUMBER 31


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1959

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Meeting Day
Circle meetings of the First Bap-
tist Church will be held next Mon-
day, May 4 instead of the second
Monday of the month.
Meetings will be at the follow-
ing homes:
Circle 1, Mrs. T. E. Parker, Sr.
Circle 2, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey.
Circle 3, Mrs. David W. Smith.
Circle 4, Mrs. J. A. Garrett.
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Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
Monday, May 4
Baked beans, vienan sausage,
cabbage slaw, coconut pudding,
white bread and milk.
Tuesday, May 5
.Shepherd's pie, mustard greens,
cornbread, graham crackers and
peanut butter sandwiches and milks.
Wednesday, May 6
Hamburgers, buttered corn, slic-
ed tomatoes, onions and dills, Cook-
ies and milk.
Thursday, May 7
Chicken and rice, snap beans,
carrot sticks, hot biscuits, peach
preserves and milk.
Friday, May 8
Tuna fish salad, green butter


PICTURED ABOVE are the second grade classes of the Port 'St. Joe Elementary School. -The pictures
were taken on a recent field trip made by .the class to the Cape San Bias lighthouse. On the visit to
the lighthouse, Coast Guard officials conducted the class through the facilities and explained the
function-of the lighthouse and the Coast Guard facilities there.


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Port St. Joe, Florida


Long Avenue Circle Mrs Griner Hostess
3 Holds Meeting To Circle No. 5


Circle 3 of the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church met Tuesday, April 21
in the home of Mrs. Frank Poole
with six members present.
The meeting opened with prayer
by Mrs. Lamar Hill followed with
the group repeating the watch-
word.
The program, "The Song of The
Lord Begun", was presented by
the program chairman, Mrs. Poole.
An interesting discussion followed
about the deaf in our country and
-what is being done for them.
During the business meeting the
minutes were read and approved
and Mrs. George McLawhon was
elected flower chairman for May.
Mrs. L. E. Voss dismissed the
meeting with prayer.
Visiting Fendleys
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pope Fend-
ley this week is Mr. Fendley's fa-
ther, R. H. Fendley of Carrollton,
Ga.
0-- TO CHURCH SUNDAY
GO. TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Circle No. 5 of the Long. Avenue
Baptist Church met April 21 at
8:00 p.m. In the home of Mrs.
Merle Griner.
The meeting was called to or-
der. The program was opened with
prayer led by Mrs. Jessie Core.
Those taking .part in the program
were: Mrs. Jessie Core, Mrs. Mick-
ey Bateman, Mrs. N. G. Martin,
Mrs. Buck Burge, Mrs. Gene Fow-
ler, and Mrs. Merle Griner. The
meeting was adjourned and re-
freshments were enjoyed by all.
MARTHA COSTING CHOSEN
CHAIRMAN OF VESPERS ,
Martha Costin was recently cho-
sen chairman of Vespers of the
Wesley Foundation (Methodist Stu-
dent Organization) at Florida State
University.
As a member ,of the executive
council, she will take an active
,part in planning and carrying out
the Foundation's program on cam-
pus.
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NIAGARA FALLS America's motoring servation deck enclosed in green tinted glare
public will be the chief beneficiary of nearly proof glass that will provide an unusual and
$7,000,000 in improvements underway with- commanding view of the American falls.
in a half mile of the great cataract, one of A new American Rapids bridge costing
the world's greatest year round tourist at- $1,330,000 will carry vehicles to Goat Island.
tractions. The program is the largest ever Only one of its design in the United States,
undertaken at one time at the scenic wonder it is being built of circular arch construction
and is a fringe benefit of. the Niagara power from the mainland and Goat Island to the
Demolition crtvs are razing 11 buildings center of the Rapids, a distance of 440 feet,
to make way for a 700-car parking lot. When Four million cubic feet of fill from the Nia-
the work is finished in 1961, it will bring the gara Power Project waterways will be placed
visitors closer to Prospect Point, where the along the Niagara river shore in the con-
tourist will be able to rise 270 feet from the struction of a new parkway drive, leading
base of the gorge by elevator to a main ob- to expanded and new parking areas.


Visitors From DeLand
.Mr. and Mrs. [Edward Ramsey
and children of DeLand spent last
week" end here visiting friends and
relatives.


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beans, ritz crackers, blackberry TO LONG AVENUE CIRCLE
pie, white bread and milk. Mrs. Alene Leggett was hostess prayeJ
.to Circle 4 of the Long Avenue An
Alabama Visitor Baptist Church Tuesday at 8:00 Song
Mrs. L. H. Head of Ozark, Ala., p.m. with six members and three sentec
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Tra- visitors present. Deli
week at St. Joe Beach. The meeting was opened with ved b


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I. jon the air Saturday night from
EC Holds 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. on 3840 KC.
Local stations taking -part were
ill Saturday W4ALN, W4CCA/4, W4MXN, W4-
S tra URJE/4, K4LQQ, K4RZF .and K4-
Amateur Radio Emergency RZM. W4SGG was out of town. The
of Gulf County held a drill drill was very successful and it is
planned to have a simulated emer-
r by Mrs. Billy Barlow. agency on the next drill.
interesting program, "The Most all operators sent in re-
of The Lord Begun" was pre- ports on the National Alert held
d. recently.
vicious refreshments were ser- -
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THI -tA, Pot St. Joe, FI THURSDAY, APRIL $0, 1969 tton, Mrs. Lila S. Brouillette, Art School nead Mrs.Lila S. Brouillette,
Supervisor of Gulf County. Art Supervisor of 'Gulf County.
The State Department of Educa-
Art Guide Committee Holds Meeting tion arranged for two consultants NEWS FROM
A u e CommitteeIn this field to meet and work with
I A A nsa- 'a Junior rnlEln r0He-e the group. They were: Dr. John P. Highland_ View
Last Week At Pensacola Junior College McIntyre, Curriculm Specialists By MRS. EULA ROGERS
and Fred Turnre, General Consul-
The Secondary Art Guide Curri- of Florida. The representation was tant in Instruction. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Goodman of
culum Committee held a meeting of excellent showing the Interest in Dr. Henry Ashmore, President of Mount Olive, N. C., are visiting
the section on Art Materials and art for the public schools and the Pensacola- Junior College extended with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones.
Equipment in Pensacola at -the development of an Art Guide for to those present the hospitality and Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nobles and
Pensacola Junior College on April the Secondary Schools of Florida. genuine interest of the college in girls visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C
22. This section is, comprised of This conference was called by this work. Dr. Venettozzi, Head of Nobles and Mr and Mrs. W. E.
tive counties in the Northwest area the chairman of the Materials Sec- the Fine Arts Department Issued Bowdoin of Samson, Ala, over the
an invitation to a luncheon to be week end.
held in the spacious glassed foyer Merl Seawright, USN, Jackson-
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend of t he Fine Arts Building, to be ve, snt the week end here with
.. attended by the visitors and other relatives.
members of the Arts Department PFO. and Mrs. Charles Posey
Long Ave. Baptist Church Faculty. Frank Biglow, Art Instruc- and children left Monday for Vir-
tor and active member of the com- inia Beach Va Mrs. Posev has


REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


OPEN DAILY, 2:46 P.Fk..
SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.
TELEPHONE: BAllI 7-4191
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
Dad. Be A Pal. Take Your Children To See
THE ADVENTURES OF

Tom- Sawyer

SATURDAY ONLY


mittee was host to the group.
After -the general morning ses-
sion and the luncheon which was
served by members of the Fine
Arts Department, there were speci-
fic problems of interest taken up
in the afternoon meeting.
A conducted tour of the College
Art Department and grounds were
schdeuled and at the invitation of
Miss Mary Jo Burgess, Art Instruc-
tor of Escambia High School, one
of Pensacola's' newest buildings, a
tour of the Escambla High School
Arts Department and other features
of the .plant,*was .made.
Those attending from 'Port St.
Joe were: Miss Netta Niblack, Li-
brarian, Port St. Joe High School;
Mrs. Katherine Ivey, Art Enrich-
ment teacher, Port St. Joe High


been visiting
months, Mr.
Mullen.


her -parents for four
and Mrs. John Mc-


Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke and
Mrs. G. W. Skilper spent the .day
Monday in Vernon.
Mrs. G.' W. Skipper had as her
guest for a few days her grandson
Jeffery Skipper of Panama City.
,Mrs. Donald Skipper of Panama
City spent Saturday and Sunday
with his parents M,r. and Mrs. G.
W. Skipper.
Mrs. G. W. Skipper, Donald Skip-
per and Mrs. W. V. Burke attended
the funeral of Mrs. Flossie Rether-
ford in Bonifay last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Peterson and
family of Punta Gorda visited Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Peterson and family
over the week end.


Miss Mary Cox, who has been vis- prayer. enjoyed by the seven members
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Emory Robertson led in the present.
Clinton Cox for the past week has program about, "The Daef Among
returned to Birmingham where she Us", with all members taking part -
is engaged in Children's Bible Mis- on the program. Mrs. C. E. Martin JOB PRINTING
sion work. gave a short talk on the Jewish JOB PNG
Miss Carolyn Henderson and customs followed by ia short busi- Phone 7-3161
Maurice Maige a of Atlanta were via- ness meeting. Refreshments were
itors in the Clinton Cox home Sat- then served by Mrs. Robertson and- --


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Thames'


urday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Glass visited
with friends and relatives in Blake-
ly, Ga., this week end. Mrs. P. L.
Brackins returned to Port St. Joe
with them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Laurimnore vis-
ited in Dothan, Ala., with their
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
James Williamson and daughters
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones and
children spent the week in Mount
Olive, N. C., with Mr, Jones parents
Mr. dud Mrs. W. P. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. L H Kelley and
Mrs Essie Knight and son spent
Sunday in Vernon with Mr and Mrs.
J. W. Martin and sons.
Larry Williams of Columbus, Ga.,
is visiting his grandmother, Mrs.
Ruth Williams.

WMU Circle 1
Holds Meeting
Circle No. 7 of the Women's
Missionary Union of the First Bap-
tist Church met at the home of
Mrs. Embry Robertson Wednesday
April 15 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. C. E.
Martin opened the meeting with


SALE ITEMS STRICTLY CASH



Jewelry


Port St. Joe, Florida



Annual Pre-Graduation Sale


S MEFIETLMS STRICTLY CASH


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Sale Starts May 1, Lasts Thru June 13
... l e .. .


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ALL
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Priced From $4.00 Up
Beautiful Summer
COSTUME JEWELRY


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TAX INCLUDED
ROPES, NECKLACES, EARRINGS and'
BRACELETS
'Biggest Selection In Port St. Joe


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WATCHES! WATCHES!
A tremendous selection of nationally
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Prices From $29.95 up on Sale at
BIG GIVE-AWAY PRICES
Come In and See


PRIZE TO BE GIVEN AWAY
JUNE 13- 4:00 P.M.


BIG GIVE AWAY



$700



Diamobn d Ring Set

Total weight of all Diamonds in this set is

ONE FULL CARAT

This ring set is on display in our show window


Limited Number of Diamonds
OFFERED TO YOU AT
1/OFF

HAND CUT CRYSTAL
$1.50 Each


FLOATING OPAL
Y3 OFF
Reg. $10.00 up
Gold Filled and Sterling
NECKLACE SETS
1/2 PRICE
Reg. $16.95 up

PRINCESS RINGS
PRICED FROM $32.50 UP


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Ladies and Gents

WATCH BANDS
/3 OFF
Priced From $1.50
Nylon, Leather, Metal /


AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE


__________________


MANY OTHER ITEMS oh sale which we have not listed- We also reserve the right to limit re-
strictions on merchandise in this store.


CHARLES
BRONSON
RICHARD
JAECKEL
VIOLET
RENSING
IAOUNI REt EASE


MEN and BOYS R 1 ff
BIRTHSTONE, EMBLEM, INITIAL RINGS 1-3 Off
Many Styles To Choose From In Our Large Stock :
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Identification Bracelets
Y3 OFF


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship _--6:15 p.m.
Worship'Hour 7:30 p.m.











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PICKLES 29c BEANS PINEAPPLE T ISSU E
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FOOD $1 $1.00 -No.2 Can 25c 10 ROLLS $1.00
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OARD OP THANKS nd prayers which eanit sO mUch W
We "wish to thank our many to us. May God's richest blessings Jehovah Witnesses Local Man Retires
friends, Dr. Wayne Hendrix and be yours. A
the hospital staff, for all the nice The Clifford Tharpe Family H lds Meeting FroT Air Force
things you did for Clifford, Jr.,
while he was in the hospital. Most GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY 1,585 delegates of Jehovah's Wit- AIR PROVING GROUND CEN-
of all do we appreciate your visits It pays to advertise try it nesses assembled in Da y t ona iTER, Eglin AFB-Concluding 23


Beach, April 24-26 for a three-day
circuit meet to study the Bible
teachings under the theme: "Be a
Teacher of the Good News". Thye
heard J. W. Filson, District Super,
visor and traveling representative
of the Watchtower, Bible and
Tract Society, of Pennsylvania and
New York, repeat the grand charge
placed upon Christians 'by Jesus
Christ to go into all the world and
proclaim the "gopd news" of
God's .established Kingdom. He said
tha t"In view .of the critical times
all should be tekacimers of :od's
Word, holding Bib!.) sa.dies in the
homes of people who are interested


years honorable service with the
U. S. Air Force, Master Sergeant

less outlook was not God's original
purpose, fo rthe Creator made na
Edenic Paradise as man's first
home. "Also", said Filson, "Jesus
encouraged his followers ot .pray
for God's Kingdom to come and
His divine will to be done "as in
Heaven, also upon earth."
Filson attributes .the preaching
'zeal of Jehovah's Witnesses to
their sincere desire "to live in the
-paradise earth soon to be realized
by those of 'this generation' who
serve God!" "In fact", he said, Je-


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sion came Sunday afternoon when
Mr. Filson spoke to a record crowd
that packed out Peabody Auditor-
ium. -The subject, "A Paradise
Earth Through God's Kingdom",
was received with appreciative ap-
plause. Filson said that "good men
have tried for centuries to make
happy homes for themselves and
their families but their labors for
paradise conditions have been, in
vain now that we are all faced
with weapons of ruin and exterm-
ination". He recalled that this hope-


ken unity by Christian love". They
invite others to study the Bible
diligently to determine the divine
will for our day, acquire the right
attitude toward Jehovah God and
help announce His Kingdom as
man',s only hope for peace and hap-
piness.
Delegates attending the conven-
tion from Port St. Joe were R. H.
Wosoba, local minister for Jeho-
vah's Witnesses, and wife Alice and
Miss Lottie Hall, resident mission-
ary.


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107 SECOND STREET

TELEPHONE 7-5996 for PICK-UP and DELIVERY

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Complete Dry Cleaning Service
Owned and Operated by

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drop condition of your antenna, transmission line, mast,
in and other vital items that influence the quality of
today. your TV reception. Absolutely no obligation.


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appliance. No more burning, scorching, because they hold the
temperature you set.
As every woman knows, you just can't beat gas when it
comes to clean, closed-door broiling of steaks and chickens-
properly browned baked foods, roasts that are ron. s, rare in
the middle, browned outside.
And new automatic controls act instantly to shut off the
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*H WAR, PORt 8t. Joe, Pa.
Center, Eglin AFB, Flroida.
Sergeant Zelichowski enlisted in
'the Infantry in 1936 at Ft. Wayne,
Mich: In 1939 -he joined the Army
fB S Military Police and was a Military
SPoliceman at several bases in the
S f U. S. until 1943, when he was sent
I f [to Europe where he participated in
the Battle of the Bulge. From
France, Sgt. Zel'ichowski was as-
signed to the Phillipines 'until 1945,
when he returned to, the U. S.,
*i A and was 'discharged. He reenlisted
in the Air Force in 1949 as an Air
Policeman, and was assigned to
M-Sgt. Frank J. Zelichowski several bases in the States as well
as Guam, 'Okinawa and Formosa.
Frank J. Zelichowski recently re- Sgt. Zelichowski's final assignment
ceived his Certificate of Retire- was to Eglin Air Force Base-the
largest U. S. Air Force base in
ment at the Air Proving 'Ground


THURBAY, APRIL .O, 1690
the w-orld, where he retired.
In retirement, Zelichowski plans
to remain in security work. He is
presently looking forward to em.
ployment at Cape San Blas.
Sergeant Zelichowski, .a native of
Detroit, Mich., is married to the
former Johnnie Mea Porter of Port
St. Joe. The Zelichowski's with
their three children: Ricky, 5;
Franklyn, 3% and Rita, 11/2 will
make their residence at 621 Mad-
dox Street, Port St. Joe.


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Phone 7-3161


389.00

ST. JOE RADIO & TV COMPANY
NOW LOCATED AT 308 FOURTH ST.-,
'FACTORY SUPERVISED TECHNICIANS
- REPAIR WORK DONE ON ALL MAKES RADIOS and TV -
For Service Calls Phone BAlI 7-4081
USED TELEVISION SETS, $49.50 up


in gainiLng accurateL Knoiluwedu and
receiving the blessings of the new hobah's Witnesses today enjoy a
paradise earth." 'spiritual paradise' for they 'beat
their swords into plowshares' and
The climax of the three day ses- (bind themselves together in unbro-


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THE STAR
Publshdi Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WzSLY R. B AMSE Editor and Publisl
AlJae Lotyipe Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Rea'
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, 4.0 SIX MONTHS 61.50 THREE MONTHS $121
UYBSCRIPTfONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
utered a seaod-olass matter, December 19, 1937, at the Poatoffice, Port St.
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAl 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-Jo oawe of error or omissions in advertisements, the public
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for
advetlbement.
The spoken word In given scant attention; the printed word is thought
weighed The spoken word barely aserts; the printed word thoroughly convin
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


baseball), mysteries, cat books, ing. One frank child said, "I would ris *
horse books, stories about boys read more at home if I had some- First Baptist
and their dogs, but the most pop- thing good to read."
ular -demand was for more science During the school year, the 11- WM U Meets
books. brary is open; the children like toi
The question was asked if any go, check out books, read and The WMU of the First Baptist
reading was done at home. Many browse. Summer vacation should- Church met at the church Monday
-her answered this with an "Often"- n't be a book-less time for them. afternoon for their regular mission-
der Many answered, "Sometimes". During the long, hot days, a good ary meeting with the president,
Some said, "Never". book or magazine is in order. Mrs. C. E. Martin, presiding.
7.50 The statement, "I would read Let the library slogan-"Read Good reports were given on the
more at home if .", was com- More, Know More"-apply year advances on the WMU achieve-
Joe, pleted by Such remarks as "I'd around. Let the librarian at the ment chart and plans were made
read more if I didn't watch TV so Port St. Joe Elementary School and discussed for the mission stu-
much", and, "I'd read more if I help you with suggestions for chil- dy to be held at the church during
such didn't play all of my free time". dren's summer reading. July, August and September.
ully Some gave baby tending and house- .--- The meeting was dismissed after
ices. hold chores as reasons for not read- It pays to advertise try it prayer by Mrs. L. W. Cox.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, APRIL 80, 1959


Circle 1 Meets

Mrs. H. L. Ford
Circle No .1 of the Long Avenue
Baptist WMS met in the home of
Mrs. H. L. Ford at 9:30 a.m. Mon-
day with 10 members and one visi-
tor present.
The meeting was opened with a
prayer by Mrs. George Cooper. Re-
freshments were served during the
business meeting.
The theme of- the program was
"The Song of 'the Lord Begun".


Those taking part on the pro-
gram were: Mrs. Thelma Marshall,
Mrs. Pauline Brigman, Mrs. Ina
Odum, Mrs. Wilma Cooper, Mrs.
Jonnia Sykes, Mrs. Electa ,Dock-
ery, Mrs. Lucille McKnight and
Mrs. Ruby Lucas.



For Job Printing It's

THE STAR
Phone 7-3161


__________________________________________________________ IIl


"Elementary School Students Like To

Read and Visit Library" Says Libraria

By LAURA GEDDIE admitted that they liked to rE
The pupils in the Port St. Joe The reasons listed for enjoying
Elementary School say that they visit to the library ranged from


like to read, that they like to visit
,the school library, and that they'd
like to see. more books in the li-
brary and in their homes.
Earlier in the current school year
a sampling of pupils in the fifth
and sixth grades were asked to fill
out a reading inventory which re-
'vealed that they were bo6k-con-
scious and enjoyed reading.
, An overwhelming. majority of
those .answering the questionnaire


usual enjoyment of reading fo
while without interruption and
library being a quiet place to 1
at a variety of -books and ma
zines to the reason that it wa
good 'place 'to get out of scl
work!, .
To the question, "Our libr
needs 'more books about. w'h
the suggestions were numeri
Boys and' girls wanted more b
raphies, books on sports (especi,


Port St. Joe,
Florida


Phone
BAll 7-4646


Hrs. 9 to 3:30, Noon Wed. & Sat.


Who'better deserves our love and affection than
Mother? This week end we can prove it with some
kindly word and deed. '
Mother rates mighty high with us, too. We try to
povelt everytime she steps through our front door.
MOTHER'S. DAY, MAY 10TH
CITIZENS FEDERAL solicits your Savings Account,
Savings Earnings rate 3ya% per annum, compounded or
paid in cash June 30th and 'December 31st.
Available when needed.
If you cannot come in person, MAIL Citizens Federal your
Check, Money Order or Cash for'an INSURED SAFE
Savings ACCOUNT.
You will be pleased with the way your savings business
Is handled.
SAVINGS received by the 10th of any month
earn from the 1st of that month

itiand Loanf federal of Port ings
and Loan Pl& iatiOn', of Port St. Joe
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AT THE CITY HALL ON


TUESDAY,


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QUESTION: What is the purpose of the Freeholders election to be held in the
City of Port St. Joe on Tuesday, May 5, 1959?
ANSWER: For the Freeholders of Port St. Joe to decide whether or not a
franchise is to be awarded for the furnishing of natural gas to the people
and businesses of Port St. Joe.
QUESTION: If the people vote to award a franchise to St. Joe Natural Gas
Company, Inc., will that help Port St. Joe to obtain natural gas?
ANSWER: Yes, because for the consumers to obtain natural Igas there must
first be constructed a gas pipeline distribution system in Port St. Joe to
bring the gas to the individual homes and businesses, St. Joe Natural Gas
,Company, Inc., will build the distribution system in Port St. Joe and bring
natural gas to the individual consumers.
QUESTION: Is it necessary that a franchise be awarded right away?
ANSWER: ,Yes, because the Natural Gas Pipeline Company that will bring
natural gas to Florida, Houston Texas Gas and Oil Corporation, must first
obtain permission from the Federal Power Commission to build a pipeline
to Port, St. Joe and to furnish Port St. Joe with natural gas. An application
was filed last week by the Houston Company with the Eederal Power Com-
mission for authority to serve Port St. Joe and other cities that were left off
of the original pipeline. St. Joe Natural Gas Company and the Houston
Texas Gas and Oil Corporation must prove that it is necessary and desirable
for Port St. Joe to be furnished natural gas. If Port St. Joe does not dem-
onstrate its need and desire to have natural gas at this hearing before the
Federal Power Commissioi, it will be many years before Port St. Joe again
has an opportunity to get natural gas.
QUESTION: What is St. Joe Natural Gas Company, Inc?
ANSWER: It is a Corporation whose stock is, entirely owned by people who
live in the City of Port St. Joe.
QUESTION: May anyone who wishes buy stock in St. Joe Natural Gas Com-
pany? .
ANSWER: Yes, the ,only requirement is that the perspn must live in Port St.
Joe.
QUESTION: Why is the sale of stock limited to people in Port St. Joe?
ANSWER: Because it's believed that local people are more interested in
*the development and growth of Port St. Joe than,any other persons. If
the citizens of Port St. Joe own the natural gas distribution system they
will be able to demand and receive efficient gas service.
QUESTION: How much stock will be available and wbat will the price per
share be?
ANSWER: There will be 150,000 shares of stock available at a par value price
of $1.00 per share. .


QUESTION: If a franchise is awarded St. Joe Natural Gas System, is that
Company absolutely required to construct a natural gas distribution system
and furnish the people of Port St. Joe with natural gas?
ANSWER: Yes, the City of Port St. Joe has wisely specified in the franchise
that St. Joe Natural Gas Company must have a natural gas distribution sys-
tem completed and in operation within 48 calendar months from the date
of the franchise election, on May 5, 1959, and if they do not, the franchise
will be cancelled. It is contemplated that the natural gas system will be in
operation much' sooner.
QUESTION: When will natural gas be available in Port St. Joe?
ANSWER: Under present planning, natural gas will be available during the
year 1960.
QUESTION: May St. Joe Natural Gas Company, Inc., sell or assign its fran-
chise to anyone else?
ANSWER: No. Any transfer of the franchise would have to be approved in
writing by the City Commission of the City. St. Joe Natural Gas Company,
Inc., will furnish natural gas to the people of -Port St. Joe. The franchise
will not be transferred, now or in the future.
QUESTION: How does the cost of natural gas to the consumer compare with
the cost of other fuels?
ANSWER: It is considerably cheaper overall, depending, of course, on the
amount used.
QUESTION: Will the rates charged by St. Joe Natural Gas Company, Inc., be
regulated by a governmental agency?,
ANSWER: Yes. Rates will be regulated by the Florida Railroad and Public
Utilities Commission.
QUESTION: Is the franchise an exclusive franchise?
ANSWER: No, it is not an exclusive franchise. Other gas companies in Port
St. Joe will still have the right to operate just as they are doing now..
QUESTION: Will natural gas help the growth of Port St. Joe?
ANSWER: Yes because it will provide a cheap, highly efficient fuel, and will
attract new industry for that reason.
QUESTION: Will Port St. Joe be adversely affected should we not obtain
natural gas?
ANSWER: Yes, because Port St. Joe is the only industrial community along
th'e Florida Gulf Coast that does not have natural gas.
QUESTION: How can I, as a resident of Port St. Joe, help obtain natural gas?
* ANSWER: By voting on May 5, "For the Franchise" if you are a freeholder.
If you are not a freeholder, by urging those who are to vote for the franchise
for natural gas.


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AND VOTE FOR APPROVAL OF THE FRANCHISE TO ST. JOE NATURAL GAS COMPANY, INC.,

TO FURNISH NATURAL GAS TO PORT ST. JOE.

ST. JOE NATURAL GAS COMPANY, INC. IS A LOCALLY OWNED COMPANY WHOSE SOLE PURPOSE IS TO AID IN THE GROWTH JAND
DEVELOPMENT OF PORT ST. JOE BY FURNISHING NATURAL GAS TO THE CONSUMERS OF PORT ST. JOE. IT IS A HOME OWNED AND OP-
ERATED COMPANY. ANY CITIZEN OF PORT ST. JOE MAY BECOME A PART OWNER OF ST. JOE NATURAL GAS COMPANY, INC., BY
PURCHASING STOCK IN THE CORPORATION AT ONE DOLLAR PER SHARE.

A VOTE "FOR THE FRANCHISE" IS A VOTE TO AID THE FUTURE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PORT ST. JOE.

YOUR VOTE FOR THE FRANCHISE WILL BE APPRECIATED



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By: J. LAMAR MILLER,
President


FACTS ABOUT NATURAL GAS FOR PORT ST.








-- Revenue Bonds of 1958 of the City premium from or by adding the to- port
of Port St. Joe, Florida, dated Au- tal amount of any discount to the the t
S-hi ]gust 1, 1958 and maturing annually aggregate amount of interest on all a|a Nn m Nnmr to tt
S these August 1 as follows: of the bonds from the date there- I IIm Ig IIa will 1
YEAR AMOUNT of until their respective maturities.
S1973$15,000.00 Each bid-must be enclosed in a there
Han r k 1974 15,000.00 sealed envelope marked "Proposal to di
'""' 1975 15,000.00 foi Bonds", must be accompanied 5 1 1 O 1 their
ror YOU 1976 10,000.00 by a certified or bank cashler's orSchool0 ** Is Im por a teI
SDenomination $1,000.00; coupon treasurer's check for $1,100.00, pay- In
bonds; principal and semi-annual able unconditionally to the order I
SInterest payable at the Florida Na- of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, We, as elementary teachers, lem-solving abilities. This method
tional Bank of Jacksonville, Jack- on which no interest will be allow-
sonlille, Florida; said bonds will ed. Award or rejection of bids will should try to acquaint the pupil could involve; first, a realization
'be payable on parity with the out- be made on the date above stated with practical facts of environment of the problem on the part of the
standing Hospital Revenue Bonds for the receipt of bids, and the science, which have an important pupil; and second, a background or
dated August 1, 1957, solely from checks of unsuccessful bidders will bearing on his daily life; such as foundation. To these ends the pu-
a portion of the net proceeds of be returned immediately. economic interests, health guid- pil's natural everyday experiences
These are the hands of your phar- the utilities service taxes received The check of the successful bid- cultural application o could be rienorced through direct
macist. They receive your doctor's by the-City and from the net pro- der will be held unwashed as secur- ane, nd cultural application of could be rienforced through direct-
prescription and translate it into ceeds of the cigarette taxes receiv- ity for the performance of his bid, science. That is, in order for ed observation. These purposes
life-savingaction .. work which ed by the City. These bonds will 'but in the event that the successful science to be a "learning"-in a may not only be understood through
liae-savingackion ..workw ic- not constitute an indebtedness of bidder shall fail to comply with .the, continuous process of 'a child's the work of the classroom but may
.; demands painstaking skill, accu- the City of Port St. Joe, Florida. term of his bid the check may thenrowth in a useful direction beupplementedby"outofchool"
ratcy, and knowledge. The lien of said bonds upon such be cashed and the proceeds thereof growth in a useful direction. be supplemented by "out of school"
In these hands are placed the portion of the proceeds-of the utill- retained as and for full liquidated Each scientific discovery or sub- contacts. This observational work
n medical scene s are pace ties service taxes is subordinate damages, jeot may be approached, by prob- may be listed on paper or given
triumphs medical science has de- and junior to the lien of certain The unqualified approving opin- orally by the pupil. It may have
veloped and perfected in pharma- Municipal Building Bonds, Issue of ion of Patterson, Freeman, Richard- -sub-topics; such as, field research
,ceutical laboratories, to be brought 1947, previously issued by the City, son and Watson of Jacksonville, J problems, science projects, and
to you at your doctor's direction. The bonds were validated by De- Florida will be furnished without IpimaC r sc ence projepl U d
cree of the Circuit Court of Gulf cost to the purchasers of the bonds. James G S special problems. Under these
IjII a I County, Florida, rendered on March There will also be furnished the by JAMES STAFFORD special problems the pupil could
Si5,sm 1959m. usual closing papers. have an opportunity to his differ-
The bonds of said issue maturing The right to reject any or all ences. Whereas, each new topic dis-
in the years 1973 to 1976, both in- ences. Whereas, each new topic dis-
Buzzett's Drug Store clusive, are redeemable prior to bids is res POT STerved.JO,cussedoritroducedcouldbedoe
Port St. J Flo*ido their respective stated dates of ma- FLORIDA O F with a glimpse of the pupil's en-
Port St. Joe, Florida turity, at the option of the City, in FL.OR SHARIT, vironment in a new light, thereby,
whole or in part, but in inveree nu- L. SHMayor-Commissioner vir in ne ig e
INTH QIRCUITCOURT medical order if less than all, on or-ATTEST: Commsioner inviting him for interesting adven-
L COUNTY, FLORIDA.August 1, 1967, or on any interest R ENDERSON -t I tures through his present exper-
In Chancery. payment date thereafter, at par and City Auditor-Clerk 4-23 iences and knowledge, to the new
LEVADA D. HATCHER accrued interest to date of redemp- problems.
Plaintiff, i ton, together with the following \ Through this "scientific method"
vs. premiums if redeemed at the follow- Through this "scientific method"
CLARENCE HATCHER ing times: 3%, of the par value FOR EXPERT the contents of the textbook alone
Defendant thereof if redeemed on August 1, will not meet the needs of the pu-
NOTICE TO AIRMAN 3-C CLAR- 1967; 2%% of the par value there. pil and of the community. Howev-
ENCE HATCHERIC who place of res- df if redeemed on any interest pay- er, if the probleminvolves more
idence is P. 0. Box 1275, Moody Air ment date during the year 1968; Eletrial a the problem involves more
Force Base, Valdosta, Georgia. 2% of the par value thereof it re- than the knowledge of the immed-
On or before the 20th day of deemed 'on any interest payment and ate community, it could be attach-
May, A. D. 1959 the defendant, date during the year 1969; 1%. o-M G ed by the pupil' physical environ-
Clarence Hatcher is required to of the par value thereof if redeem- Ln ra nIN6 met, natural science and through
serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens, ed on any interest payment datemetnaturalciencendhrough
Plaintiff'sAttorney, whose address during the year 1970; 1% of par RetaUr t general curiosity. In this way the
is 3Q3 .Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, value thereof if redeemed on any |TS yu pupil will get the idea and know-
Florida, a copy of and file. with interest payment date during the ledge that science has a place in C
the Clerk of said Court, the origin-year 1971 and* without premium if C TR At the Bus Station society, not only in comfort and ,
al of an answer to the Bill of Con- redeemed thereafter prior to matur- WALL ELECTRIC At the Bus Station society, not only in comfort and
plaint filed against him herein for ity. convenience, but in the behavior ac-
divorce. Bidders are requested to name CANU H0T DAGS tivities of an individual.
Witness my hand and official the interest rate or rates but AN This human science training wil
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, exceeding three different rates of
Gulf County, Florida, this 9th day interest and not exceeding six per DIAL BAll-7-4331 6 for $100 help to orient the pupil's faculties
of April, A. D., 1959. cent per annum, in multiples of- % in reference to the massive facts of
GEORGE Y. CORE 4t or 1/10 of one per cent, and each
Clerk Circuit Court. 4-16 bidder must specify in his bid the A U ERlife and of the world. In this way
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) amount and the maturities of the HAMBURGERS the pupil may be allowed to live
4 bonds of each rate. All bonds matur- fo through experiences as nearly and
NOTICE OF SALE ing on the same date must bear in- Don't Throw Your Old for $1.00 naturally as possible, which may
$55,000.00terest at the same rate. No bid for
$55,000.00less than Nine Hundred Seventy Shoes Away. ---- -- ------ be gained through discussion, ex-
City of Port St. Joe, Florida Dollars ($970.00) per bond and ac- BrInI them to us and let us cursions, experiments, written re-
Hospital 'Revenue Bonds of 1958 crued interest or for less than all fl*,,them Ike ew PAIRports, reading and oral reports.
Sealed bids will be received by of the bonds offered will be enter- U M' HOM E REPAIRSn order to develop confidence in,
the City Commission of theCiy of tainted. The bonds will be awarded NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO this scientific method or procedure
Port St. Joe, Florida, at its regular to the bidder offering -to purchase
place of meeting in Port St. Joe, the bonds at .the lowest interest S Repair SMALL FOR ..* the pupil must be reminded con-
Florida until 4:00 o'clock p.m., EST, I cost of the City, such cost to be de- S. J. TAYLOR stantly that he has become an im-
May 19, 1959, at which time and termined by deducting the total 225 REID AVE. LP R portant factor of the environment
place all bids will be publicly open- amount of any premium from or REPAIR LOANS UP TO fall life, and that his exhistance
ed and read, for $55,000.00 Hospital by adding the total amount of any -, UP T an lia'and tha h eXpstance
$2,500.00 and advancement are dependent
CALL upon his control of the environ-
SS o J. TAYLOR ment.
YOUR GROCER IS FEATURING THIS... Of course, we know that only
YOUR GROCER IS FEATURING THIS... BAll 74776 a few can make discoveries in he
616 LONG AVENUE field of science, but here is an op-

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nity for the pupils to make THK STAtR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
ruth of discoveries acceptable THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1959
themselves. In this way they
probably welcome the idea that our "Science Fair" will be a good
is something left for them beginning, in Port St. Joe Elemen-
iscover, just as there was for
grandparents. tary School.
this way we are in hopes that HELEN C. BURKETT




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Beauty Shop and Jennie's Beauty Shop.
SHAMPOO $1.00
SET ---- $1.00
CREAM SHAMPOO and SET $2.00
OIL SHAMPOO and SET $2.50
.SHAMPOO and SET-OIL TREATMENT --- ..-- $3.00
SHAMPOO SET DANDRUFF TREATMENT ...--- $2.50
HAIR CUTS
COMPLETE CHANGE OF STYLE WITH
SHAMPOO and SET $3.50
FULL CUT $1.50
TRIM $1.00
FACIAL $3.50
DYES
VIRGIN $7.50
RETOUCH $5.00
BLEACH $5.00
EYE BROW and LASH DYE $1.50
COLD WAVES
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903 Long Avenue Phone 7-8951
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.

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AVIATORS: CLEANED, FLUSHED

STARTERS and GENERATORS
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CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom ap-
artments. Furnished or unfurnisa-
ed. Call 7-3746. Mrs. J. S. Shirey. ..
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished.
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
for couple only. Mrs. A. M. Jones.
Phone 7-7641. tfc-3-12
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at
1111 Garrison Ave. Also two 2-
bedroom houses at St. Joe Beach.
All unfurnished. See Walter Du-
ren, phone 7-3171. tfc-4-2
FOR RENT: Nice masonry .house
on Long Avenue at 15th St. Newly
decorated. See J. A. Mire. or .phone
9-1301.
FOR RENT: Beautifully furnished
3 bedroom house on St. Joe
Aftch. Also one bedroom fu:nish-
,d4 wDuse in Highland View. See J.
P. Mark or call 7-7771 after 4 p.m.
or on wgek ends. tfc.4-9
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom hous-
os and two 3-bedroom houses,
unfurnished, at St. Joe Beach. See
I. W. Duren or phone 7-3171. All
;50.00 per month each. tfc-4-16
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house,
PIhonu 7.3401 or 7-4141. 4tc-4-23


FOR RENT; 2 bedroom home fur-
njshed. NTie plag9, Also one ap-
artment furnished, for couple. Good
location. J. F. paniell, 216 Ninth
at, tfc-412.J
FOR RENT: Nice one bedroom ap-
artment, furnished. Apply Mrs.
Chasr1e Brown, 30.5 Sixth St. tfc
FOR RENTS Farnished apartment.
J-30 Xongpmegt Ayenue. Single
or couple only. Phope 7-8391., ltc
FOR RENT; 2 bedroom furnished
house at St, Joe Beach. Phone
7-7521 or see Bill Owver, 2tp
FOR RENT; Two bedroom unfur-
nished apartment on Woodward
Avenue. gee Frank Le argy. Itc

FOR SALE

FOR SALE: 20 acres of land near
Willi* Landing. Call Mrs. J. S.
Shirey, Phone 7-3746.
FOR SALE: Red worms. 60c par
hundred. First Street -and Long
Ave. 4tp-4-16
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house. 1309
Long Ave. Call BAll 9-1706. 4tp
FOR SALE: House and three lots.
1024 Woodward Ave. 3 large bed-
rooms. Kitchen has pantry and
space for dinette. Inside house new-
ly painted. 1,300 square feet living
%fef. F ne 7-304. tc-4-23
FOR SALE; 1956 Model Mark 50
Mercury outboard motor. Perfect
condition. $195.00. Wimberly Pon-
tiac Co., Phone 7-3411.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. A
small down payment, balance like
rent. 512 First St. J. K. Pridgeon,
Wewa., phone NEwton 9-4264. tfe
FOR SALE: Personalized rubber
stamps made to order. 1 day ser-
vice. Phone 7-857,6, Port St. Joe.,
J. A. BIackwell, Box 491- 4tp-4-23
RFR SALi: Just take up payments

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'FOR SALE: Vinyl plastic-asbeatos
tile. Closeouts (Flexachrome) 9
X 9. Only 15c per tile. Limited
quantities. Modern Furniture Co.
FOR SALE: Three 2-piece sofa bed
suites. Regular $129.95. Now only
$109.95. Modern Furniture Co.


FOR SALE: Two front and -two
rear lots at Beacon Hill with sev-
*eral old buildings on them. Some
of the buildings can be fixed up,
some can't be. Will sell everything
for $8,000.00.
FOR SALE: A large three bedroom
house, a two car garage, two fur-
nished apartments, and one small
unfurnished house. You can live
in large house and rent other pro-
prety for $135 monthly income.
Purchaser can pay $5,000 down
and balance on easy terms.
A two bedroom house with large
living room, well landscaped yard
and a garage! Only $450 down plus
closing cost. Payments will be
about $55.00 per mo. including in-
surance.
A very nice two bedroom house
with oak floors on Garrison Ave-
Can sell for only $650.00 down. Bal-
ance on FHA loan.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate BroKer
Phone 7-3491

"THE GREAT TIDE", a novel of
Northwest Florida by Rubylea
Hall may be purchased at Camp-
bell's Drug Store or from Mrs. H.
F. Brinson. 4tp-4-30
FOR SALE: 2 corner lots on Third
Street in Highland View. Call
7-g572, Carl L. Williamson. ltc
BATON TWIRLING: For beginners
Tuesday afternoons at 4:30. 25c
per lesson. Contact MariaL Piu.r,
Phone BAll 7-3541. 4tp-4-28
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us Tor anything
ron need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
bright new uphclstery with tailor
made seat covers. Many fabrics to
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
Corner Second and Reid.
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture 1- k old? Bring it to
butler's Trim Shop, corner- Second
and Raid for expert rebuilding.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTC
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs


SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfe-5-2
LAWN MOWER FOPR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep'of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All viai:-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
Maige, Secretary.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
100 p.m., American Legion Home:
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;
Noble Grand: Chris Martin
Secretary: W. H. Weeks
THERE WILL BE a regular oom-
mulnication of Pbrt St. .Joe 6o4e
No. '11,' F&AX every first aqd-
third Thursday at 8: 00 p.m.


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WELCOME
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Nazarene Mission
Sunday. School ... 10:00 a.m.
Preaching .. 11:00 a.m.
Evening Wor. 7:30 p.m.
Mid Week Service
Wednesday --..-- 7:30 p.m.
REV. J. A. BLACKWELL
Pastor
3 blocks East of Highland View
Elementary School




A Home-Owned

Corporation
To Help our Home People
That Really Need Cash

St. Joe Loan Co.
J. C. (Chris) MARTIN, Mgr.
"We Lend Money On Anything -
of Value"


LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 8101 TOO LATE TO
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday. CL_ CLASSIFY
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S By RUSSELL KAY
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
In FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. e: Estate of This column might be entitled,
In Re: Estate of
BYRON WHETSTONE EELLS, "A Thinking Man's Problem-A
SR., deceased. Careless Man's Crime".
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION State Insurance Commissioner J.
FOR FINEXE SCHARGE OF Edwin Larson announced recently
Notice is hereby given that I that rates for automobile liability
have filed- my final returns as insurance Increased 23 per cent.
executrix of the estate of Byron This means that every motorist fa-
Whetstone Eells, Sr., deceased; ces a stiff rate increase. As auto-
that I have filed my petition for cs a ti at ncrase As ato-
distribution and for final discharge, mobile accidents increase we can
and that on May 25, 1959, I will ap- expect insurance rates to increase.
ply to the Honorable Sam P. Hus- Unfortunately the careful driver,
band, County Judge of Gulf CoUn-
ty, Florida, for approval of said who may never have had an acci-
final returns and for an order of dent is penalized along with the
distribution and for final discharge careless driver who is directly re-
as executrix of the will of Byron sponsibl1e for the increase.
Whetstone Nell%, Sr., deceased,
April 27, 195, The problem is serious and It is
/I/ ELIOORA COLGIN EELLS high time we did something about
SILAS R. STON9
Attorney for Pptitioner 4t-4-80 it. You ca 'help by urging your
legislators to enact laws that will
help curb the careless reckless dri-
ver and reduce the number of high-
Classified Ads way.accidents.
4 The Florida Conference of AAA.-
ET RESULTS Motore Clubs has come up with 'a
17 point 1959 legislative progra#


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, APRIL 80, 1959

based on actual experience in other officers, still practiced in 12 Flor-
'states and proven effective in cur- ida counties, revision of the school
tailing accidents and reducing in- bus law to provide that motorists
surance costs. will not be required to stop when
Surveys and reports for several approaching a school bus from 'the
states that have been maintaining opposite direction on a dual high-
'extensive driver education pro- way.
grams prove that drivers trained in Engineering. though last. ia not


schools have 50 per cent fewer ac-
cidents than untrained drivers in
the same age bracket.
Florida needs such a program
as well as a revision of present
state traffic laws, and these are
included in the AAA program.
Driver education in our schools
can be made effective and can be
financed through a 50 cents a year
increase in driver's license fees.
Any thinking motorist will realize
that an investment of 50c a year
for greater highway safety and
fewer accidents will return a hand-
some dividend and on this basis
should support such legislation. It
is a cheap premium to pay for lives
saved .and repair costs.
The AAA also recommends, the
re-examination of drivers who are
involved in an accident. Suspen-
sion of license for habitual traffic
violators under a fair point system,'
establishment of a juvenile driver
responsibility on a levbl with adult
responsibility, requirement that a
person must have a valid driver's


the least consideration of the AAA
program, which calls for the State
Road Department to continue fu'l
use of all federal funds allocated
to Florida for critically need;.d
transportation arteries and for use
of the same high standards of safe-
ty engineering required for the iu-
ter state system for planning and
construction of primary roads and
bridges.
While advocating this helpfull
legislation in an effort to reduce
accidents and loss of life the AAA
stands strongly opposed to any in-
crease in state gasoline tax until
diversion of license tag funds is
stopped and the money derived
from the sale of automobile tags
is used exclusively for highway
purposes.
Every motorist should give ser-
ious thought to this problem and
make his wishes known to his leg-
islators now. Unless something is
done during the present legislative
session we can look for more in- -
creases in insurance costs as our


license to operate a motor scooter, highway accidents, deaths and in-
ejual scheduling and operation of juries increase.
traffic court system, abolishment -
of tee system of judges, and traffic Send The STAR To A Friend


Yes, Boyles Big Scoop Sale Starts Thursday, April 30. A Great Demonstration of Value Leadership that has made
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the teachers taking it and offered initely hard of hearing or deaf,"
said Schendelle. "The deaf or near-
ly deaf child knows his handicap
and takes measures to keep his
disability from harming his learn-
ing capacity. The partially hard of
hearing ,child in many cases does'
even know of his difficulty. In this
instance he is blissfully unaware
of 'any activity around him and be-
7 Wgins to create activity with himself


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those annoying those around him
and becoming a behaviour prob--
lem".
Schendelle said that the Gulf
County teachers now taking his
course are learning how to detect
and to aid these children.
Dr. Schendelle said that educa-
tion was now at the crossroads es-
pecially in vocational training. He
declared that the passing by of
pupils below normal in. learning ca-
pacity as a liability to the state
and nation.
In the person of such a person
who does not get a sufficient edu-
cation, he predicts the relief rolls
of the state for a great number of
th.em. "This is a definite monthly
liability for the state for as long
as the person.is unable to support


grade.
Flowers: "Flight of a Bumblebee"
dance. "Soft Sound's", choral read-
ing. "Tiptoe Through the Tulips"
song and dance, Mrs. Johnson sece:
ond grade.
Butterflies: "Hovering Butter-
flies", dance. "Butterflise", song,
Mrs. Clark second grade.
Birds: "Birds", dance. "Bird 'and
Bird Talk", poems. "Tweet,'Tweet,
Tweet", song. Miss Sanford second
grade.
Rabbits, Gardens, Maypole: "Pe-
ter Rabbit", "Country Gardens",
"Maypole Dance", "Valse Bluette",
third grade.

Fire Department Called
To Fire Sunday Night
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department made a run Sunday
night at 9:.30 to Simmons Bayou
where a warehouse burned to the
ground. The building and its con-
tents were completely destroyed.
The building contained patent med-
icines and artificial flavoring. These
items contain a percentage of alco-
hol, .which fed the flames and has-
tened the destruction of the build-
ing.


Rotary Club Hears FSU Professor School Has May

Speak On Speech Defects In Children Day Program Today

The Rotary Club was presented praise for the large number of Gulf There will be a May Day pro-
a very interesting program last County teachers who are putting gram today at the Elementary
Thursday when Dr. L. L. Schendell forth the extra effort to get know- 'School presented 'by the First, Sec-
of FSU presented- a program on I ledge to help their pupils. "Speech ond and Third grades. The program
speech defects of children and defects have recently been recog- lis an annual affair with the school.
their effects on the child. nized as a serious handicap", said Although May 1 (May Day) isn't
Dr. Schendell began by saying Dr. Schendelle, "and more and until Friday, the program is being
that talking is not natural with study is being provided to correct produced today 'because school is
man and must be learned. He said this defect", out yith Evaluation Day Friday.
that no part of the body is specifi- In giving .some of the most corn- The program will be made of
cally used for talking. Every mus- mon forms of speech defects, Dr. the following acts:
cle or part of the body used to talk Schendelle listed stuttering as the 9:00 a.m. "Wind", "Who Has
with is used primarily for the ba- most -ommon and the easiest to Seen the Wind?", choral reading.
.sic preservation of 'life such as correct. He said that most stutter- "What is the Spring. Wind Saying"
eating and breathing. He declared ing came from parents trying to song. "The South Wind", dance.
that the ability to talk was the only make a child express himself or- Mrs. Mills First Grade.
thing that made men different from ally when he did not yet have the Fireflies: "The Glowworm", song
animals physically, words at hisi command. He ul'ti- and dance, Mrs. Collins First Grade.
mately became afraid to talk for Romance: "While Strolling Thru
"Talking is basic to reading" aid fear of saying the wrong thing, the Park", Song and dance, Mrs.
Dr. Schendelle. A child hears a 'hence the stuttering. Floore First Grade.
word just as he says it. Therefore Other reasons for speech defects Frogs: "Ten Little Frogs", Mrs.
he is going to spell and read -just are cleft pallett, muscular trouble 'Barlow First Grade.
as he understands a word. and hard of hearing. 10:00, Intermission
,Schendelle is. currently conduct- Dr. Schendelle gave the slightly 10:30. Showers: "April Showers"
ing a short course in Port St. Joe bard of hearing child as a definite song and dance, Mrs. Johnson See-
to local teachers on speech de. problem. "I feel far more for the ond Grade.
fects in children. He told the Club 'child that is slightly hard of hear- Bees: "Busy As A Bee", Poem
that the course was elective with n than for the on which is def- and. sdkt, Mrs. Mefford, second
'theg teachersrtakingnItwandhoffered-


Hendrix Represents

Medical Society

Dr. John W. Hendrix, Port St.
Joe, will officially represent the
Franklin-Gulf County Medical So-
ciety during the Florida Medical
Association's annual convention
being held May 2-6 in Miami Beach.
Dr. Hendrix was elected by mem-
bers of the local medical group as
their 'delegate to the state associa-
tion, according to an announce-
ment by Dr. Samuel M. Day, as-
sociation secretary-treasurer, of
Jacksonville.
Along with representatives of
Florida's other 36 county medical
societies, Dr. Hendrix will serve
as a member of the state group's
House of Delegates. The body de-
termines association policies and
elects new officers.
In addition to meetings of the
delegates, the convention will in-
clude meetings of the 21 state spec-
ialty groups, addresses by nation-
ally-known medical authorities and
some 130 technical and scientific
exhibits.


TI TtiURSDAY, APRIL $, 1080


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Kiwanis Club to

Build Tennis Court

. The Kiwanis' Club began discus
sion Tuesday on accepting the pro
ject of building a tennis court a'
the Port St. Joe High School.
The club discussed costs of ma
trials and came up with a tenta
tive figure of $1,700.00 to construct
a fenced in, cement court. Aftei
discussion of the matter, the clut
voted to approach the .school board
on the matter, offering to put down
the cement court, which was the
bulk of the expense, if the school
board would furnish the fence, back
stops, nets, etc.
A committee was appointed to
take up this matter with the school
board.
Visitors of the club were Steve
Whealton and Pat O'Brian of the
Key Club; P. M. Schuchart and
Ashley Costin of Port St. Joe; Dick
Conrad of Albany, Georgia and
Fred Harris, Ezra Yookum, Alberi
Logan and Russell Renner of Mar
anna.


pendants of a retired or deceased
worker:
1. Unmarried children under age
18.
2. Disabled children over 18 if
the disability began before age 18,
and they are unmarried at the time
of application.
3. A wife over 62 years of age.
4. A wife of any age, provided
the wife has in her care a child
entitled to benefits.
5. A dependent husband age 65
or older.
The social security office for this
area is located at 522 Mercer Ave-
nue, Panama City. The telephone
number-is POplar 3-5331.


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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Donald How-
ell, Sr., announce the birth of a
son, Jerry Donald, Jr., on April 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Mixon Drexel Lun-
dy announce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Debbie Lawanna on April 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Vernon Gri-
nor announce the birth of a boy,
Donald Wayne on April 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bailey Har-,
vey announce the birth of a son,
Timothy Harold on April 21.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital).
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Port St. Joe, Florida


Man Passes Away

T. J. Maddox, 7,6, of Panama City,
died Saturday night, in Fort Myers.
He has been a resident of Bay!
County for the past 14 years. He
Swas visiting his son Math Maddox
in -Fort Myers when death occur-
red.
Survivors include ono brother,
Jim Maddox of Port St. Joe.
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SS Benefits For

Disabled Workers

September 30, 1959 can .be an im-
portant date for dependents of
certain disabled workers, according
to John V. Carey, district manager
of the Panama City Social Security
Administration office.
The 1958 amendments to the So-
cial Security Act authorized month-
ly benefit payments to dependents
of a worker who is receiving dis-
ability insurance benefits Carey
explained. He added, however, that
as in the case of other types of
social security payments, retroac-
tivity is limited to twelve months
from the date a claim is filed.
Thus, since the amendments be-
came effective with September,
1958, an application must be made
no later than September, 1959, in
order to avoid the loss of one or
more months' benefits. Of course,
no payment can be made for the
months before September, 1958, the
month the law was amended.
The changes permit payments to
all the following classes of depen-
dents formerly eligible only as de-


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