The star
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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: March 15, 1940
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
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The Star-Florida's faTrtest grow-
ing little newspaper-dedicated to
the betterment and upluilding of
the City of Port St Joe,

SPrt St. Joe-Site of the $7,500,000
DuPont Paper Mill-Florida's fast.
est growing little city. In
AR the heart of the pine belt.

The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center


Holland Tells Aims POLICE PHONE TO BE

In Address Friday

Favors Reforestation Program; Aid
For the Aged and Will Fight
Against Sales Tax

Reforestation that will insure
for Northwest Florida the prosper-
ity that has been brought by the
paper manufacturing industry by
providing a ready supply of raw
materials, was advocated by Spes-
sard L. Holland, candidate for gov-
ernor, who spoke in the Masonic
hall last Friday afternoon.
Holland was introduced by G.
Pierce Wood, speaker of the 1939
house and himself a candidate for
congress from this district, who
said that he had played football
with the gubernatorial candidate,
served with him in the legislature
and been a "buddy" of his in the
World War, in which he said.Hol-
land had won the highest honor
for heroism -the Distinguished
Service Cross.
Also of particular interest to
.the people of Port St: Joe was the
declaration of Holland that he
would make the early completion
of the Gulf coast highway a pre-
ferred objective of his administra-
Holland stated that he is maik-
ing his race for governor on his
record as a state senator for eight
years on the grounds that the best
guage of what a man will do in
the future is the record of what
le -has,'done int.the past. ,He cieed
his constant fight against a sales
tax and of the gross receipts tax.
He stated that the tax problem
could easily be solved by the adop-
tion here of the strict collection,
laws whicli"have been successfully
applied in other southern state.
He proved his loyalty to old folks
of the state by his successful ef-
forts to, pass a bill through the
last senate which would have
given them $100 additional per
year through a tax on horse race
tracks. He said that he will in.
clude in his first message to the
legislature a request for immedi-
ate action on this bill.
Holland stated that he will be
free to appoint the most capable
men to office under his adminis-
tration because of the fact that
they will not be asked, to become
dispensers of political patronage.
"They will be free," he said, "to
do the best job within their abil-
ity without political interference."

'Blackout' of Sun

Here On April 7

First Annual Eclipse Since 1865;
Next Show Is Scheduled
In May, 1994

Residents of this neck o' the
woods will be treated to a rare
celestial show on Sunday, April 7,
when the moon will "blackout"
the sun in an annual or ring
eclipse (provided, of course, that
proper visibility can be arranged
for with the weather man).
The moon's disc will cover ap-
proximately 86 per cent of the
sun, producing a pronounced twi-
light effect. in which the atmos-
phere will have a- peculiar trans-
parency, tinted an -eerie, greenish
Not since 1865 has this country
seen a similar spectacle. There
will be a.repeat -performance on
May 10, 1994.

Arrangements have been com-
pleted by the city with the St. Joe
Telephone company for instalia
tion of a telephone at some central;
point on Reid avenue for us'e of
the police department, particularly
at night. The phone will be housed
in a weather-tight metal box and
will be equipped with a large
3 ----1-

Legion Reaches

Maturity Today

Local Legionnaires to Stage Gala
Celebration at the Centennial
Auditorium Tonight

Twenty-one years ago today the
American Legion was born and in
honor of the organization reaching
its, maturity, Gulf County Post 116
is staging a gala celebration at
the Centennial auditorium tonight
to which all ex-servicemen, mem-
bers of the Legion Auxiliary anu
their guests are extended a cordial
invitation to attend.
Invitations have been accepted
for the affair by posts in Panama
City, Apalachicola, Bristol, Quincy,
Blountstown and Chattahoochee,
and it is expected that at least 200
persons will be in attendance to-
A number of guest speakers are
.on the program who will tell of
the work of .the Legion during the
past 21 years and what is ex-
pected of the organization in the
future. Following a chicken and
dumpling dinner, old fashioned
square dancing will be enjoyed
with music provided by Jim Sealey
and his string band.

Thomas E. Grinslade of the Dal-
keith section was a visitor in The
Star office Wednesday to place
his announcement for commis-
sioner in the paper.
"I'm running on a platform of
conservativeness and economy in
county government, with fairness
to all," said Mr. Grinslade, "and
if the people of Gulf county see
fit to elect me as. commissioner
from. my district I will work ear-
nestly for a clean and unbiased

If you've just
cheerful kicker.

got to kick, be a

Wood Advocates

Aid for Cattlemen

Congressional Candidate Woulo
Secure Federal Assistance for
Expansion of Industry

Federal assistance for the fur-
ther improvement of the beet
cattle i industry in Florida is ad-
vocated by G. Pierce Wood, can.
didate for congress from the
Third Florida district.
"Our state now is third in thb
nation in the production 'of beet
cattle, and that industry alone is
the means of life of a great num-
ber of our people," Wood de-
clared, "but there are areas of our
state, and particularly in the

Plans Underway

For New City Hall

As WPA Project

Many State Solons

Are to Be Replaced

Survey Shows Nine Senators and
36 Representatives Not
Seeking Re-election

northwest portion of it that could There will be a lot of new names
most profitably be used for the on the roll of the house and thb
breeding and raising of high iaml- senate when the 1941 .legislature
ity beef, and it is my intention, convenes. A survey among the
if elected, to seek all possible fed- members of the 1939 legislature
eral assistance for the enlarge- shows that 43 house members will
ment of this great industry.'" run again, 36 will not, and 16 have
_----$ not announced their plans.
REPRESENTATIVE. GROUP On the senate side, with 20 va-
AT HEALTH COUNCIL MEET cancies to be filled, only seven
senators have stated they will run
A joint meeting of the Franklin- for re-election. Four others have
Gulf county health councils was not yet announced their intentions.
held last Friday in the new Frank- Nine whose terms expire will not
lin county courthouse at Apalachl- run again, one of whom is J. L.
cola, with Stanley S. Sheip pre- Sharit of this city. One, Senator
siding. A representative group of W. C. Hodges of Tallahassee, diec
people from 'both counties at- recently.
tended the session. Even this turnover in member-
Speakers from the state board of ship will not set any record. The
health office in Jacksonville in- 1933 legislature had 78.new .men in
clouded Dr. F. V. Chapbell, alre.tor ,h house..-and :16 lew senators.
county health units; Dr. L. H. Han- The 1935 session saw1 15 new. sen-
chett, director bureau of venereal ators and 61 house members; the
disease control, and Miss Jean 1937 session had 14 new senators
Henderson, public relations con- and 71 new representatives, and
sultant for the state health board, the 1939 session had 10 new sena-
Dr. R. J. Lamb, director of the tors and 46 new house members.
Franklin-Gulf unit, gave a brief Terms of all 90 members of the
outline of the program for the house expire this year, and Demo-
year, and Mrs. Robert Tapper, cratic nominations will be made
chairman of the Gulf County Coun- n the May primaries. Only one
cil, made a few appropriate re- Republican has served in the Flor-
marks and suggested. that the two :da legislature in many years.
councils hold joint meetings at Terms of 19 senators represent-
regular intervals, ing odd-numbered districts will
expire this year. In addition, a suc-
LIONS AGAINST PEDDLERS cessr will be chosen for the late
The Port St. Joe Lions club has Senator Hodges and for Senator
named a committee to -work in con- C. A. Savage of Ocala, resigned.
junction with the Business Men's ___ __
association to rid the city of door-
to-door peddlers. Good work, say
we all.
S _________Millard B. Conklin, candidate for
SCLANCEY QUALIFIES attorney general, was a visitor in
J. H. Clancey of Panama City, this city yesterday in the interest
who spoke In this city Monday, of his campaign. He was in tow of
qualified Tuesday to seek the
Democratic nomination for gover- Clyde Mayhall of Marianna, who
nor, being the ninth to pay-th'e fee. was introducing him to friends.


With the docking of the Queen day of last week following a dra- feet and width of 117 feet. The
Elizabeth at Pier 90 at New York, matic secret crossing from Eng. center ship is the Queen Mary,
three of the largest ships in the land; she weighs 85,000 tons and sister ship of the Elizabeth, which
world are now lapped by the wa- is 1,030 feet long with a width of is 1,018 feet in length, 118 feet
ters of the Hudson river. This air 118 feet. The Normandie, built In wide and weighs 81,235 tons. She
view shows'the Queen-Elizabeth, France, is.at the left, and weighs holds the record as the fastest
at the. right which arrived Thurs- 83,423 tons with a length of 981 ship on the ocean.

Would House City Offices,
Fire Station and Jail;
May Be Two-Story

The boakd of city commission-
ers for some time has been con-
templating 'securing a WPA proj-
ect for erection of a new city hall,
and Tuesday night at the regular
meeting of the board the plan. was
definitely placed underway.
If and when the project is sanc-
tioned a new site, more centrally
located, will be chosen for the
structure, preferably on Monument
avenue, and: the present site at the
corner of First street and Monu-
ment avenue will be turned back
to the original owners who gave
it to the city for use as long as it
was used for civic purposes.
Mayor J. L. Sharit believes .that
the project can be pushed through
and states that it should not re-
quire more than $1000 as the spon-
sor's share. He also is of the opin-
ion that the lime residue collect.
ing at the St. Joe Paper company
can be used for: building purposes
and samples of the material have
been sent to thecbemic'al Jedprt-'::
ment of the state road department
at Gainesville for tests. It is the
belief that the lime can be com-
bined with cement to form a suit-
able building material. It is
pointed out that the beautiful pub-
lic school building at Apalachicola
was built of pre-cast blocks com-
posed of lime and cement, and it
is one of the most outstanding
school buildings in West Florida.
If the lime residue can be de-
veloped into a building substance
it will give an unlimited supply
for use on our proposed new hos-
pital and other civic structures.
Present plans for the new city
domicile call for city offices, fire
station and jail, and if worked up
as a two-story building will have
offices for rent to bring in some
revenue to the city.
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J. C. McQuagge

Taken By Death

Passed Away Wednesday Morning
At Home of Son At Age
Of 74 Years

J. C. McQuagge, aged: 74, passed
away early Wednesday morning
at the home of his son, J. L. Me-
Mr. McQuagge came to Gult
county about 16 years ago from
Manor, Ga., and had spent the
past two years in this city. He
was a member of the Methodist
Deceased is survived by his
widow; four sons, J. L. of this
city, C. C. of Ridgeville, Ga., H.
H. of Panama City, and J. E. Mc-
Quagge of Jacksonville; a daugi-
ter-in-law, Mrs. F. F. McJuagge of
Pensacola, and 13 grandchildren.
SS.S. Jean:Qf the Bull Line sailed
Sunday with general cargo for
eastern ports.
SThe stern-wheel river boat, -eo,
W. Miller sailed Tuesday on regu-
:laf schedule.


Published Every Friday at Port St. Joe, Fla,
by The Star Publishing Company
W. S. SMITH, Editor

Entered as Second-class matter, December 10,
1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Florida,
undel- Act of March 3, 1879.

Subscription Invariably Payable In Advance
One Year........$2.00 Six Months......$1.00
Three Months..........65c

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The spoken word is given scant attention;
the printed word is thoughtfully weighed.
The spoken word barely asserts; the printed
word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
is lost; the printed word remains.

There's a story that comes out of the west.
It's about the pelicans of Santa Monica Bay,
California, and those pelicans remind us ot
a lot of us human beings. The experience
teaches us that more and better sales effort
is required of every last one of us.
For years these pelicans had been fed by
fishermen from their surplus catch, until they
got in the habit of eating without work.
However, this year high seas and changing
currents off Santa Monica cut down the catch
and fishermen no longer had any fish to
spare. They noticed that the pelicans lan-
guished and grew thin, and it dawned on them
that they had forgotten how to fish for them-
selves.. So they went down the coast and
found some unpampered pelicans who had
never been ruined by easy living and free fish.
They turned them loose among the starving
birds, who sat about on the beach and com-.
pljiped of hard times.
The way those imported pelicans went out
after their own fish was an eyeopener. Pretty
soon the hungry natives quit watching and
tried; it themselves. They discovered there are
plenty of fish in the sea for the bird with
energy and enterprise. And they've quit talk-
ing about the hard times.
The same thing applies to business. If a
business man sits in his store and complains
because he sells no goods, he'll slowly starve
to death. But if he advertises in his local
newspaper in a logical manner he will draw
customers to his store and he won't have time
to sit about and talk about hard times.

Fire menaces the preservation of society's
most cherished things-property, jobs and
family. When you hold a match in your fin-
gers and the clear flame points toward the
ceiling in silent beauty, it is hard to believe
that with a little help from its allies around
the room--cigarets, waste paper, curtains-it
could consume the house in which you are
sitting. Respect fire for the utility it has to
offer, and respect fire also for the power it
has to destroy.


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F. Lynden Smith, 44, scandal-
harrassed Illinois state director
of public works, who was found
drowned in the bath tub of a
Springfield, Ill., hospital suite
Saturday on the eve of his
scheduled court appearance in a
Democratic slush fund inquiry.

State Comptroller J. M. Lee yes-
terday qualified with Secretary
of State R. A. Gray to make the
race to succeed himself. Jim
stated that his candidacy "is
based upon my official record
in the comptroller's office."

Yes, we have plenty of candidates for gov-
ernor in the coming primaries, but it seems
that we need one more. In looking over the
platforms of the candidates and in weighing
their public statements, we fail to find one
who comes out flatfootedly and emphatically
for putting teeth in our tax assessment and
tax collection laws. No one has proposed a
plan that gives reasonable assurance that real
estate will be freed from taxation In the fu-
If real estate must continue to bear heavy
taxation, and if big land holders, and some
little ones, are to be freed from the payment
of their taxes by recurrent "Murphy Acts,"
or by similar legislation, many small land-
owners must continue to hold the bag and pay
confiscatory taxes. Many of our best informed
people have for years been contending that
this tax reform is one of our most urgent
needs. It is rather disconcerting to find that
it is so nearly forgotten in this campaign.
This is partly explained by the character
of the candidates so far offering themselves.
There is not a single one who does not be-
long to the realtor, lawyer, retired business
man, or the professional politician class.
Where is the candidate who logically repre-
sents the small farmer and land owner, or
places his interests high in the scale of his
platform promises?
It is yet early in the game, and some of
those already in the race may see the light,
or someone may enter the contest who is a
natural champion of this neglected class. If
so, there will be some very positive reactions,
and on voting day there will be some very
pointed balloting.-Bonifay Advertiser.

We plumbed the depths of human misery
the other day. Here, in Stuart, believe it or
not, we met a woman who had not painted
her fingernails a dripping red, whose hair
was not all frizzed up like a Congo belle's,
whose face was not a pasty gin-white, who
did not have dark circles under her eyes, and
who wore a modest dress on the street in-
stead of a snappy beach outfit.
We found that this poor, ignorant little
country girl believed in God, had no ambition
other than to marry a good man, raise a
healthy family, and grow old gracefully. Podr
soul, she will probably reach a ripe old age
without knowing what a thrill it is to crash
into a ditch going 80. The wretch seemed
happy.-Stuart News.

Success has its great rewards. And it also
has its headaches. Nothing was ever accom-
plished that didn't attact criticism from mal-,
contents. The failure likes nothing better than
to denounce the successful man.

You can still register for the May 7 pri-
mary, but you'll have to go to Wewahitchka
to do it.

The board of county commissioners of Gulf county at
their regular meeting on February 6 received bids from The
Star and from the Gulf County Breeze for publication of min-
utes of the board, which publication carries with it the desig-
nation of "official organ of Gulf county" with the consequent
publication of the greater portion of legal advertising within
the county. Bid of The Star for publication of the minutes
was for $20 per month which, in the opinion of the editor, is
what such publication is worth when the news value of the.
minutes is taken into consideration. Bid of the Breeze was
for $35 per month. The bid of the Breeze was accepted by
the board of county commissioners.
The bid of The Star would have saved the taxpayers of
Gulf county $180 per year. Of course, that is a small amount,
but if other business of the county is carried on in the same
manner, with contracts awarded to the select few regardless
of whether their bid is the lowest, then apparently the matter
of competitive bids is merely a farce.
The Star is a legal publication. The Star submitted the-
lowest bid for the work. Then WHY WASN'T THE STAR

We suggest that you ask

Claims Allowed

The following claims against the
city were passed and ordered paid
by the board of city commissioners
at their meeting Tuesday night:
Water and Sewer Fund
City Treasurer ............ $105.77
Florida Power Corp. ...... 150.85
St. Joe Sentinel .......... 25.72
St. Joe Paper Co. ......... 46.12
M. G. Lewis Garage ...... 5.00
Gulf Oil Corp. ............. 38.981
General Fund
M. P. Tomlinson ..........$150.00
Troy Jones ............... 125.00
M. O. Freeman ........... 110.0i
A. H. Matthews .......... 22.50
W. B. Dykes ............. 60.00
H. J. Jackson ............. 40.00
Gene Gilford .............. 10.00
E. Clay Lewis, Jr. ........ 25.00
Mrs.: Anne Harrell ........ 15.00
Estelle Dickens ............ 15.00
W. D. Dare ............... 110.00
B3. WV. ells ............... 15.00
B. A. Pridgeon ........... 15.00
J. E. Bounds ............. 5.00
J. L. Sharit .............. 15.00
R. Alton Dendy ........... 2.00
W. J. Belin .............. 2.00
Mrs. P. J. Lovett ......... 2.00
B. H. Smith .............. 2.00
C. L. Laurimore ..... ..... 2.50
A. H. Matthlws .......... 100.00
B. W. Eells, Jr. .......... 90.00
City Treasurer ............ 55.3
Sherrill Oil Co. ....... ....11.2
City Treasurer ............ 20.00
W. D. Dare ............. 50
J. L. Sharit .............. 22.00
Apalacricola State Bank .. 30.00
Florida Power Corp. ...... 74.59
St. Joe Telephone Co....... 8.45
City Port St. Joe ........18.04
The Star ................. 19.93
St. Joe Hardware Co...... 1.91
H & W B Drew Co........ 8.44
D. B. Lewis ............... 3.00
'City of Apalachicola ...... 16.50
Dr. J. R. Norton .......... 18.50
LeHardy's Pharmacy ..... 3.25
St. Joe Texaco Service .... 6.77
Gulf Hardware Co. ....... 18.40
Sunny State Oil Co. ...... 89.88
Black Cat Cafe ........... 14.10
St. Joe Motor Co. ........86.2'
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The senior class today an-
nounces the winner in the contest
for a name for the annual to be
published shortly. Miss Erline
McClellan was chosen as the win-
ner for submitting "The Purple
Wave" and will be presented, with
a copy of the annual.
We think 'this is a grand title
and may it never be changed.
Miss McClellan, the senior class
extends its thanks for the names
and hopes that you will enjoy
turning the pages occasionally to
take a peek at us.

Excuse us, folks, we didn't have
time to get material for our class
paper this:week, and also a new
staff is to'take over. Florence
Faciane, Editor-in-Chief.

Incas of Peru adored the whale
because of its "bigness and mon-

Confucius Say: "Most times man
take himself too seriously, wake
up find nobody else does."

your county commissioners.

Another man of the 'our is the-
guy who watches the clock.
Australia has a young but thriv-
ing tung oil industry.

DISTRICT NO. 4 (Dalkeith)
I hereby announce my candidacy
for County Commissioner, District-
No. 4, subject to the Democratic
Primary in May. If elected, I
promise to take a personal inter-
est in all the affairs of the county
and will earnestly strive for a
clean and unbiased government.
My platform is: Conservativeness
and Economy with Fairness to
All. I want to serve you and do
solicit your support.


RATES-Five cents per line for
first insertion, minimum 25c for 20
words or less; 2 insertions, 40c;
3 insertions, 50c. Special monthly
rates. All classified ads must be
paid in advance to eliminate book-
keeping charges.

FOR RENT-Large room complete-
ly furnished for light housekeep-
ing; all conveniences. Reason-
able. Mrs. H. C. Whitaker, next
Presbyterian Church, 4th St.
FOR RENT-The Mrs. W. C. Fore-
hand home in Highland View; 4
rooms, 2 screen porches, bath,
garage, running water and elec-
tricity. See C. W. "Red" Hor-
ton, Port St. Joe. 3-8tf
FOR SALE-Two lots in Bay Ridge
Subdivision in block adjoining
new high school. If interested,
write Mrs. E. G. Power, 1120
10th Place South, Birmingham,
Alabama. 2-16tf

FOR SALE-Setting hens with
chicks; $1 per hen and 10 cents
per chick. Leave orders at The
Star office. 3-8tf






This offer is one of the most remark-
able ever made. We'll send you a
beautifully hend-colored-in-oil-paint
enlargement of any picture you want
enlarged. Yes, any snapshot, any fa-
vorite picture you'd like enlarged and
hand-colored. These enlargements will
be size 5x7. They will be mounted on
high quality, double-white mat mount-
ings size 7=9. To duplicate such an
enlargement, hand-colored-in.ol.-
paint, would cost you from $1.25 to
$3.00 in any photographic store. To
get this enlargement you pay only 50c
for the enlargement and the hand-
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Simply send a print or negative of
your favorite picture and fifty cents
in coin. That' ll you do, and promptly
by mail you'll receive your hand-col.
ored4n-oil enlargement. Send today to
360 N. Michigan Are., Chleago, NL


How the world's homliest man
looks when he's singing. William
Riley whose face proved his for-
tune, has won 78 ugly-man con-
tests in 11 different countries
including $25,000' in calh aind a
bushel basket full of medals,
stretches his vocal cords in eong.



FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1940,


S 'I i ...' ', ,

A self-explanatory map, showing how the European chessboard is,
laid out. Although Finland's gallant fight occupies the spotlight,
the German position is still the most important question for the long
pull. The map explains Germany's position and her need for oil
and iron. The oil involves Rumania and the Ruesian Caucasus,
where the threat of an allied army of a million men casts an omin-
ous shadow. The iron problem involves Sweden and Norway and
accounts for Scandinavia's bitter fight to remain neutral, much as
i; ,.~oul like ton fly to the aid of Finland.

SOLOMON'S New'Brother Rat' HANS UP!

Comedy Is Coming ,
Pasteurized for Your Protectior Film Continues Adventures of
V. M. 1. Cadets After

"Brother Rat and a Baby," new
sequel to the comedy hit "Brother
Rat," will play next Sunday and
Monday at the Port theater. Head-
MR,0ing the cast are Priscilla Lane,
Wayne Morris, Eddie Albert, Jane
Bryan, Jane Wyman, Ronald Rea-
gan and Peter B. Good, the infant
actor who plays the second: halt
of the title.
BEST FOR PURITY, The film continues the adven
QUALITY,atid TASTE tures of the trio of Virginia Mill-
tary Institute cadets after gradiia-
S O tion. Eddie Albert, the Brother
SOLOMON'S Rat who became a father on com-
mencement day, is the proud Hans Walker of Ocala, dark
DA Y screen papa of Peter B. Good, and horse candidate in the race for
Jane Bryan is the mother. Wayne governor. Hans, who is an or-
Distributors for Morris and Priscilla Lane pick up phan, says: "If I am elected, as
BRUCE'S JUICES the tangled threads of their re- I expect to be, I won't have any
ANLAA mance where, they left off in relatives to put on the state
IVEY VANLANDINGHAM "Brother Rat" and Ronald Reagan payroll."
Local Representative and Jane Bryan are another two- 8-
some, bucking parental disap- FINANCES OF ROAD PATROL
proval. Florida drivers' licenses have
They meet to try to get Albert been sold to 500,830 persons, who
the job of varsity coach at V.M.I. paid $241,383 for the support ot
REAL ICE but the baby manages to throw the new state highway patrol. Ex-
their plans out of gear. With his penditures for the patrol totaled
IS HEALTHY and innocent propensity for making $88,961 between the time it was or-
SAFE mischief he manages to get them ganized last fall and February 25.
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Applicants May Now Danish scientists have published
Enroll for C.M.T. Camp their first report on ways and
Youths of this section will be means of replacing imports -
enrolled immediately for the Civil- should further restrictions occur
b --with home resources.
ian Military Training Camp to be -with home resources
conducted this summer at Fort
Barrancas June 12 to July 11, it
is announced by B. C. Riley, state
civilian aide to the secretary or
'' war.
Enrollees will not be under any
Future military obligation and 30 We believe that he will
'II I t days of camp life will be given at make a governor of whom
jII m government expense, said Riley,
who is dean of the general exten- the entire state will be
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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1940 --




Paid Political Advertising

I hereby announce my candidacy
A for the office of County Judge of
ANNOUNCEMEN Gulf County, subject to the will ot
the voters at the Democratic Pri-
Paid Advertising mary. I feel that my 10 years'
service in county office fully qual-
COUNTY COMMISSIONER ifies me for this position. Your
vote and support will be greatly
DISTRICT NO. 1 (Wewahitchka) appreciated,
Having received much encour- J. E. PRIDGEON
agement, I hereby announce my
candidacy for County Commis.
sioner, District No. 1, subject to For Superintendent of Public
the Democratic primaries in May. Instruction
I will appreciate the vote and in I hereby announce my candidacy
fluence of the people of Gull fo superintendent of Public In-
county, and if elected I promise to or urintnnt of unity, subject
duties of struction of Gulf County, subject
faithfully perform the duties o to the Democratic Primary May 7.
the office, and as far as one of If elected I pledge myself to keep
the members of the five-member breast o the changing trends and
board can possibly do so, I prom. methods of education, so that our
ise a progressive and economical schools will also progress as our
administration, county grows. I earnestly solicit
C. F. HANLON your support and your vote on
May 7.
I hereby place my candidacy be-
fore the voters of Gulf county for FOR TAX COLLECTOR
re-election as sheriff, subject to I hereby announce my candidacy
your action in the coming primary for re-election to the office of Tax
in May. If you consider voting for Collector of Gulf County, subject
me, I promise that'I will give a to the. Democratic Primary of May
fair and square deal to all, as I 7th. If eIected again, I promise to
have in the past. ... Your vote conduct the office as in the past--
and influence will be appreciated. fair, honest and impartially to
Thank You each and every one. Yoyr .vote
and influence will be greatly ap-
BYRD E. PARKER preciated.

To the Voters of Gulf County: Superintendent of Public
I hereby announce my candidacy Superintendent ic
for State Senator from the Twenty- Instruction
fifth Senatorial District (compris- I hereby announce my candidacy
ing Gulf, Bay, Washington and for re-election to the office of
Calhoun counties) subject to the County Superintendent of Public
Democratic primaries to be held Instruction of Gulf County, subject
next May, and- solicit your vote to the Democratic primary May 7.
and support. If elected I promise, to discharge
If elected I will represent you the duties of County Superinten-
conscientiously and to the very dent in an efficient and progres-
best of my ability, sive manner, as I have endeavored
Sincerely, to do during the past seven years
S Tthat I have served you in this ca-
J. 1. ENTZ pacity. Your vote and support will
be appreciated.
I hereby announce my candidacy County Superintendent
for the office of County Judge of R RETATIV
Gulf County subject to the action FOR REPRESENTATIVE
of 'the Democratic Primary. If I To the Voters of Gulf County:
am honored by nomination, I pledge I hereby announce my candidacy
myself' to the same impartial, eco- for Representative in the Legisla-
nomical and honest administration ture, subject to the Democratic
I am now endeavoring to give. I Primaries in May. Having lived in
hope that I may merit the support Port St. Joe for the past 23 years,
of Gulf County Democrats. I believe no one knows the wishes
THOS. R. L. CARTER of 'he citizenry better than I. Hav-
C o.. .. ing had much to do with the coun-
County Judge ty's development and active in its
civic affairs, Including school and
FOR REPRESENTATIVE industrial development, I feel that
I hereby announce my candidacy as youor' Representative I can con-
for renomination as your Repre- tinue to serve the best interests of
sentative in the Legislature. Any Gulf county. Your support and
elaborate promises which I might vote will be appreciated.
make at this time would be wholly B. W. EELLS
out of place and would mislead no U
one. The people will and should COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
judge me on my record as a citi- I hereby announce my candidacy
zen and as a Legislator. If that for re-election for County Commis-
record is such that I merit your s:oner in Gulf County, District 4,
continued confidence and support, subject to the action of the Demo-
then I will appreciate your vote cratic primary. During my past
and support and will, if elected, term of office it has been my en-
represent you to the very best of deavor to temper the necessary
my ability. progress of the county by economy
Respectfully yours, and I pledge myself to be progres-
E. CLAY LEWIS, JR. eive but always keeping in mind
the prepared budget. I respect-
fully soclicit investigation of my
COUNTY COMMISSIONER record and the vote and support of
DISTRICT NO. 3 Gulf County Democrats.
I hereby announce my candidacy Respectfully,
for County Commissioner, District JESSE GASKIN
No. 3, subject to the Democratic
Primary in May. If elected, I Supervisor of Registration
promise to give fair and impartial I heregy announce my candidacy
administration in all matters com- for re-election to the office of
ing before the Board to the best Supervisor of Registration of Gulf
of my ability and the interest of County, subject to the action of
the general public. Your vote and the Democratic Primary. I have
influence will be greatly appreci- endeavored to give efficient service
ated. during my present term and if re-
ROY B. WHITFIELD elected I will continue to serve in
the future as in the past. I will
FOR COUNTY JUDGE appreciate your influence and sup-
I hereby announce my candidacy Respectfully yours for service,
for the office of County Judge of C. G. RISH
Gulf County, subject to the will of
the voters at the May primary. Re- Supervisor of Registration
alizing the importance of this of-
fice as a potent factor in the life COUNTY COMMISSIONER
of the county and its interests, 1 DISTRICT 5 (Port St. Joe)
feel that I amwell qualified for the I hereby announce my candidacy
position. If I am honored as your
preference, I promise to give fair, for the office of County Com-
impartial administration and will rhissioner, District Five, subject
conduct the duties of the office to to the Democratic Primary.
the best interests of all the people. I respectfully solicit your vote
D. H. "Hamp" BYNUM and support.
I hereby announce my candidacy COUNTY COMMISSIONER
for re-election as Clerk of the Cir- ISTRICT 5 (Port St. Joe)
cuit Court, Gulf County, subject to DISTRICT 5 (Port St. Joe)
the Democratic Primary in May. I hereby announce my candidacy
If elected, I pledge fairness and for the office of County Commis-
impartiality in all the services con- sioner, District Five, subject to
nected w:th this office. Your vote the Democratic primary.
and support will be deeply appre- I respectfully solicit your vote
clated, and support.

Band to TE

In Music

High School Orga
DeFuniak SprinE
tition April 11

The Port St. J
band, under the d
Farmer, will par
Fourth Annual W
sic Festival to be 1
and 13 at DeFunis
"The competition
ment continues to
portant place in i
said Mr. Farmer. "
with and responsi
velopment and gr
festivals feel that
nitely a part of
promote education
Through the corn
boys and girls in
day learn to take
criticism in their
The bands are c
ing to the size of i
represent. Class A
schools of over 75
grades nine to tm
Class B bands fror
to 750; Class C f
lss than 250 enroll
D from any high .s
less th~p one year
"The primary
school music con
serve as a factor
tional program thr
values. the inspir
.nd incentives affo
people and their t
rectors," continued
"Therefore educal
pants should be reg
for evaluating thE
musical status of t
individual, rather
comparison with
pants to secure an
of which is best,
best, and so on.
made. possible by
rating plan:
"Rating 1 repre
conceivable perform
is an unusual p
not worthy of hig
to minor defects;
good performance
standing; rating 4
performance, and
much room, for in
"The festival' t
ises to be bigger a
eluded Mr. Farmer
Joe is going .out 1
rating. Many new
been added to the
Deland high scho
well known glee c
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Jerry W. Cartel
week to seek the D
nation as United S
Townsend Club
hassee endorsed
senatorial choice,
election to the Un
ate would give
and a power which
him to advance
only in Florida,
the nation."

Florida's supreme
fused to open the
hunting in the sta
game laws of 1929
an 81-year-old ban
charge of firearm
Several counties e
day firearms law,
majority the old lI
-- S-
An Australian
larger than a mous
are only one-eighth
when born.
No monument ca
a man as high as

ake Part FINNS SAVE WAR FUEL dary line of said Fractional Sec-
tion 2 to its point of intersection
eti l* with the outside line of the ex-
Festival isting bulkhead of the St. Joe
Paper Company Dock, thence
South 16 'degrees 52 minutes
nization Goes to 'i East 1394.6 feet along tne out-
for Comp- :" side line of said bulkhead to the
gs for Compc- ~ -. Southwest corner of the St. Joe
1, 12 and 13 -- '- .Paper Company Dock, which
is the point of beginning of
oe high school the tract hereinafter described:
direction of Dan .. From said point of beginning run
section o Dn t h thence East 76 feet to a point;
ticipate in the, l thence South 25 degrees 30 min-
est Florida Mu- ')'".i -s utes East 252.1 feet to a point,
held April 11, 1 'A.- thence South 29 degrees 00 min-
k Springs. .. utes East 600 feet to a point;
ak Springs. thence South 78 degrees 20 mm-
n-festival move- utes East 290 feet to a point;
occupy an im-" '- thence South 21 degrees 20 min-
usic education," utes East 3.44 feet to a point;
Thosic education, thence South 73 degrees 07 min-
Those connected -.. f utes 45 seconds West 491.74 feet
ble for the de- .. to a point on the outside line or
growth of these the existing bulkhead of the
they are dei- City Dock; thence North 16 de-
the program to grees 52 minutes West 1000 fee%,
More or less, along the outside
through music. line of said bulkhead to the
petitive events, point of beginning, containing
the schools to- AABO, Finland -Firemen roll 4.12 acres, more or less.
the schools to- drums of gasoline, that all-im- AND,
e applause and portant necessity of the modern A tract of lands lying in Frac-
stride." army, from a warehouse which tional Sections 1 and 2, Town-
lassified accord- was set on fire by incendiary ship 8 South, Range 11 West
e schools they bombs during a raid of Russian ; described by metes and bounds
bands are from bombing planes on the city. as follows: Commence at the
bands areroNortheast corner of said Frac-
0 enrollment in COUNTY TO GET $8000 tional Section 2. Township b
twelve inclusive, Gulf county will receive $8000 South, Range 11 West;,"and run
Srschools of 250' thence West 2863.6 feet along
schools of 250from Comptroller J. M. Lee as its the NQrt~hi oundary lineof saia
rom schools of March allotment of race track Fractional Section 2 to its point
lnent. and. Clash money. The county already has of intersection with the outside
school organized received $2.000 for January and line of the existing bulkhead of
S$6000 last month".the St. Joe Paper Company
purpose of the 6000 last month. Dock, Thence South 16 degrees
purpose of the 52 minutes East, 2394.6 feet
apetiion is to LEGAL ADVERTISING along the outside line of the ex-
in the educa- TN O T I C E isting bulkhead of the St. Joe
rough the direct Notice is hereby given that the Paper Company and City of St.
action, examples Trustees of the Internal improve- Joe docks to te Southwest cor-
ird the youn ment Fund of the State of Florida ner of said City Dock, which
rded the you will hold a meeting at 12 o'clock is the point of beginning of
teachers and dl- Noon, Tuesday, March 19, 1940, at the tract hereinafter described:
I Prof. Farmer. Tallahassee, Florida, to consider From said point of beginning
tion of particl- the sale of the following described run thence South 58 degrees 02
arde&d as means submerged land in GULF County, minutes East 361.8 feet along
aredrd as means a: the outside line of the South re-
e progress and A tract of land lying in Frac- turn of said bulkhead to a poin,,
the group or the tional Section 35, Townsnip 7 thence North 82 degrees 13 min-
than a mere South, Range 11 West and Frac- utes East 455.4 feet along the
other particl- tional Section 2, Township 8 outside line of the South return
South; Range 11 West, described of said bulkhead to a point,
i expert opinion by metes and bounds as follows: thence North 4s degrees 00 min-
which is second Commence at the Northeast cor- utes West 231.5 feet to a point;
This has been ner of Fractional Section 2, thence South 50 degrees 00 in-
the following Township 8 South, Range 11 utes West 100 feet to a point;
West, and run thence West thence North 21 degrees 20 min-
2,863.6 feet along the North boun- utes West 171.56 feet to a point;
esents the best dary line of said Fractional 2 to thence South 73 degrees 07 min-
mance; rating 2 its point of intersection with the utes 45 seconds West 491.74 feet
performance outside line of the existing bulk- to the point of beginning, con-
erormance ut head of the St. Joe Paper Com- training 3.06 acres, more or less.
hest rating due ppany Dock, said point being the This notice is published in com-
rating 3 is a' point of beginning of the tract pliance with Section 1062 of the
Sbut not out- hereinafter described: From said Revised General Statutes of Flor.
is an average point of beginning run thence ida, that any person or persons
South 16 degrees 52 minutes who 4ay hIave objections to said
oh o d e ut-sale may have an opportunity to
rating 5 has East 159.55 feet along the out- may have an ootn
nprovement. side line'of said bulkhead to a pres nt the same on date of sale
his year prom- point; thence North 8 degrees 'as therein provided.'
S 39 minutes West 61.3 feet to By order of the Trustees of the
ind better," con- 39 minutes ee Internal ImprovementFund.
point; thence.North 15 degreesF .
-, "and Port St. 15 minutes West 454.2 feet to a FRED P. CONE,
for a first class point oon the outside line of the Attest: Governor.
Features have North return to the existing F. C. ELLIOT, Secretary.
celebration-the bulkhead, thence South 33 de- 2-16 3-15
gre'es 08 minutes West 28.2 feet
ol band and i along the outside line of the No. 15719
lub heading the North return of said bulkhead Federal Deposit Insurance Cor-
to a point; thence South 16 de- portion, Washington, D. C., here-
grees 52 minutes East 336.75 feet by certifies that FLORIDA BANK
along the outside line of said AT PORT ST. JOE, located in Port
LIFIES bulkhead to th'e point of begin- St. Joe, in the State of Florida, is
NATE RACE ning, containing 0.16 of an acre an insured bank under the perma-
more or less. nent plan for the insurance of de-
SALSO a tract of land lying : posits by the Federal Deposit In-
r qualified last Fractional Section 2, Township 8 surance Corporation, with maxi-
)emocratic nomi- Sputh, Range 11 West described mum insurance of $5,000.00 for each
by metes and bounds as follows: depositor, as provided by Act of
States senator. Commence at the Northeast cor- Congress.
No. 1 of Talla- ner of said Fractional Section 2, IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, wit-
Carter as their Township 8 South, Range 11 ness my signature and. Seal of the
stating: "His West, and run thence West Corporation this 1st day of Febru-
2,86.6 feet along the North boun- ary, 1940.
ited States sen- dary line of said Fractional Sec- LEE N. CROWLEY,
him a prestige tion 2 to its point of intersection (SEAL) Chairman of the Board
h would enable with the outside line of the ex- of Directors.
our cause, not listing bulkhead of the St. Joe Attest: E. F. DOWNEY,
Paper Company Dock, thence 2-9 3-29 Secretary.
but throughout South 16 'degrees 52 minutes IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
East 828.7 feet along the outside IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, N
line of said bulkhead to the point IDA. IN CHANCERY.
r BACKS of beginning of the tract herein-
Bafter described: From said point WALTER CLIFFORD, Plaintiff,
HUNTING BAN of beginning run thence South 16 vs. KATHARINE C. CLIFFORD,
.e court has re degrees 52 minutes East 565.9 Defendant.
way for Sunday feet along the outside line of THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
said bulkhead to the Southwest TO: Katharine C. Clifford, 1303
ate, holding the corner of the said St. Joe Paper North Seventh Street, Tacoma,
Sdid not repeal Company Dock, thence East 76 Washington.
against the dis- feet to a point; thence North 25 It is hereby ordered that you are
ns on Sunday. degrees 30 minutes West 48 feet required to appear on the 1st day
to a point; thence North 16 aIe- of April, A. D. 1940, before the
enforce the Sun- grees 00 minutes West 350 feet above entitled Court to the Bill of
but in the great to a point; thence North 37 de- Complaint filed against you in the
aw is not being grees 15 minutes West 203.3 feet above entitled cause, and "The
to the point of beginning, con- Star" is hereby designated as the
training 0.82 of an acre, more or newspaper in which this Order
less. shall be published once a week for
opossum is no AND, four consecutive weeks.
e and the young A tract of land lying in Fraction- Witness my hand and the seal
of an inch long al Section 2. Township 8 South, of said Court, this 20th day of
Range 11 West described by February, 1940, at Wewahitchka, in
metes and bounds as follows: the State and County aforesaid.
Commence at the Northeast cor- J. R. HUNTER,
.n be erected to ner of said Fractional Section.2, (Court Clerk Circuit Court
his opinion o Township 8 South. Range 11 Seal) Gulf County, Florida.
West, and run thence West E. CLAY LEWIS, JR., 3-1
i.. 2863.6 feet along the North hboun- Solicitor for Plaintiff. 3-29



FYIDAY, MARCH 151, 1940


Honoring Mrs. W- M. Hodell,
who celebrated her birthday, Mrs.
W. S. Smith and Mrs. P. D. Farmer
were co-hostesses Monday at a sur-
prise birthday party at the home
of Mrs. Farmer in Oak Grove. Pre-
ceding several progressions of
bridge a contest was enjoyed with
Mrs. J. Grimisley being winner or
high score. At conclusion of the
bridge session, scores were tallied
and prizes awarded to Mrs. Grims-
ley, high, and Mrs. George Cooper,
Delectable refreshments were
served by the hostesses to Mes-
dames Cooper, Grimsley, J. Hau-
ser, J. Lilienfeld, J. A. Christmas,
W. Bragg, Carl Trammell, F. A.
LeHardy and the honoree. Mrs.
Howell was the recipient of many
lovely gifts and good wishes.

Barbara Nan, lovely daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cawthon, en-
tertained several of ier. friends
last Friday on her eighth birthday.
The living room and dining room
of the Cawthon home were attrac-
tively decorated with red japon-
icas and: daffodils. Refreshments
consisted of cake, ice cream and
Enjoying this affair were Betty
June Wright, Gladys Jean Perritt,
Maxie Brown, Bobby Sue McPher-
son, Pat Ward, Betty Sue Mc-
Phaul, Kathleen Horton, Jan Wim-
berly, Ralph McLawhon, Billy
Quares, Russell and Richard Caw-
thon. Out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hart, Janet Holly
and Emma Hughes of Florala,
Ala., and Julia Robertson of De-
Funiak Springs.

The members of the American
Legion Girls' Auxiliary were hos-
tesses to about twenty-fiVe mem-
bers of the younger set last Fri-
day evening in the Legion hut.
Games and contests were enjoyed
after which the young hostesses,
the Misses Marianne Lewis, Ber-
nice Schneider and Anne Tread-
well, served refreshments. Mrs.
Windham chaperoned the young
people at their party.

Mrs. George Cooper was hon-
ored with a surprise birthday
party at her home on Eighth
street Tuesday afternoon by a
number of friends. Several pro-
gressions of bridge were played,
after which prizes were awarded
to Mrs. P. D. Farmer, high, and
Mrs. W. S. Smith, cut.
Delicious refreshments w e r e
served to Mesdames P. D. Farmer,
W. S. Smith, W. M. Howell, M. B.
Larkin, J. Hauser, J. Lilienfeld
and C. Trammell.

Rev. Frank Dearing of Panama
City visited in the city Tuesday.
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BY THE $ 00

Dining Room

Open to the Public

Club Breakfast, 6 to 9.... 25
Lunch, 12 to 2 ...........35c
Dinne'r, 6 to 8 ..........35c

Corner Reid Ave. and 3rd St./
Griffin Grocery Building /
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It is announced by Mrs. E. H.
Horton, president of the Parent-
Teacher association, that the regu-
lar meeting of the body will be
held Thursday evening, March 23,
at 8 o'clock in the high school au-
ditorium, at which time Mrs. Edna
Fuller of Orlando will be guest
speaker, taking for her subject
"American Democracy in the
Home and School." All members
are urged to attend and an invita-
tion is extended to anyone inter-

Honoring her son, Edward, who
celebrated his fourth birthday,
Mrs. Roy Williams, assisted by
Mrs. Ralph Carter, entertained lb
small boys in the Port Inn park'
Monday afternoon. Following tne
playing of games, refreshments
carrying out a color scheme o:
green and white were served tb
the honoree and guests. The ta-
vors, small Easter baskets, also
aided in carrying out the general
color- scheme. Young Edward was
the recipient of a number of at
tractive gifts.

The circles of the Methodist
Missionary society met at the
church Monday afternoon with the
president, Mrs. J. L. Temple, pre-
siding. Following a short business
meeting Rev. D. E. Marietta gave
the introduction to the new mis-
sion study book, "Methodists
United for Action," by Dr. John It.
The next meeting will be Mon-
day afternoon at the church for
study on the first lesson of the

Mrs. B. J. Hull entertained her
bridge club Tuesday evening at
her home on McClellan avenue.
The living room where tables were
placed for play was attractively
decorated with potted plants. At
the conclusion of play, piizes were
awarded to Mrs. George Hudson,
high, Mrs. W. A. Wood, second
high, Mrs. John Sowers, traveling.
Delectable refreshments were
served to Mesdames R. Carter, W.
Talley, B. Allen, Rush Chism,
Sowers, Hudsonf and Wood.

Mrs. Edwin Ramsey entertained
the Thursday Bridge club yester-
day at her home on Long avenue.
Potted plants were sed to decor-
ate the living room where the
guests were entertained. At the
conclusion of play, prizes were
presented after which the hostess
served delicious refreshments to
members present.

The regular meeting of the Port
St. Joe Woman's club will be held
next Wednesday, March 20, at the
Centennial building. Guest speaker
will be Mrs. Edna Fuller of Or-
A benefit bridge, sponsored b
the club, will be held in the Ma-
sonic hall Wednesday evening,
March 27, at 8 o'clock.

Miss Nell Connell spent the
week-end in Wewahitchka with
her parents.

Mrs. George Patton spent last
Friday in Panama City, the guest
of Mrs. Paul Marchall.

Mrs. C. P. VanHorn and son,
Cornelius, and Carlyle Matthews
ipent Wednesday in Panania.


Society Personals Churches


Opens Sunday


1:45 and 8:45 I DAILY from
PHONE 19 2:45 p. m.


All circles of the Baptist Mis-
sionary society held their regular
Bible study at the church Monday
afternoon. Guest speaker was Mrs.
Ruth Gross of Gainesville, state
Sunday school worker, who gave
a follow-up program of week-of-
prayer program on missions. Her
devotional was taken from John,
sixth chapter. She also gave an In-
teresting talk on the work in
Tampa among the Spanish and
Cuban people, after which she C's-
missed the meeting with prayer.
Twenty members were present.
The Martha circle will meet
next Monday at the home of Mrs.
W. H. Howell. The Lydia circle
will meet with Mrs. W. C. Pria-
geon, and the Mary circle will
meet with Mrs. M. Grogan.

The regular meeting of the
Presbyterian Auxiliary was held
Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Howard McKinnon on Long
avenue. Following the regular
business routine an interesting
talk 'on missions was given by
Mrs. Basil Kenney. Plans were
made at this time for the reception
to be held in the church basement
tonight in honor of Rev. Daniels.
At the conclusion of the meeting
the hostess served iced drinks and
cookies to Mesdames Thos. R. L.
Carter, Kenney, Robert Logan, P.
H. Horton, Claude Adams, P. D.
Prows, J. Taylor, A. Jervis and
Nichols and Rev. Daniels.

The regular Lenten study was
held Tuesday afternoon at the
church by members of the Epis-
copal Auxiliary, with Rev. Frank
Dearing of Panama City as leade-.
Following the study a short bust-
ness session was held after which
the meeting adjourned.

M, 'm Da W. %O m 5 q

from 1:15 p.m.





atiAiT^ "Scandal Sheet"

Sunday-Monday, March 17-18 -







I i "U l Trigger SmiOth"

YVIH. HENRY' An 1hh.IYOUI'NP "Unusual Occupations"

REV, W. A. DANIEL Rev. W. A..Daniel, Pastor
The Woman's Auxiliary of the 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School.
11:00 a. m.--Preaching service,
Presbyterian church are giving a 8:00 p. m.-Evening service.
8:00 p. m.-Evening service.
reception for Rev. W. A. Daniel at After the close of the morning
the church this evening at eight preaching service there will be a
o'clock. The public is cordially in-! congregational meeting to consider
vitdto be present. the election of some officers and
vited to be presenttransact any other business as
Qa may be advisable.
R. O. Roberts was called to At-i ir
more, Ala., Monday due to the ill- Miss Claudia Houstoun wa& a
ness of his father. week-end visitor in Tallahassee.

for Schedule

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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1940



Miss Marzee Reid of Hosford
was the guest Sunday of Mr. and
TMrs. H. A. Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Parker and
children of Wewahitchka spent
Monday in this city.
B. H. Graves was a business.visi-
tor Monday and Tuesday in -Talla-
Mrs. C. C. Taunton and daugh-
ter, Murnice, visited Tuesday in
Panama City.
Mrs. S. R. Cahoon and children
of Old Greenwich, Conn., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Minus.
B. A. CogOill and G. B. Sheffield
of Lakeland were business visitors
in this city Monday,
*& *
Mrs. R. O. Roberts and children
returned Monday from Atmore,
Ala., where she visited for two
C, A. Tovey arrived in town yes-
terday from Titusville and, will *be
here several days on business.
Mr.s. W. E. Gordon of Angola,
Ind., is the guest of her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.


Mrs. Lee McDonald of Jackson-
rille and Mrs. Ruth Gross of
Gainesville are the guests this
week of Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Sise-
Mr. and Mrs. John Hewitt were
week-end visitors in Caryville.
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kenney anl
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr.,
attended the dinner held in tie
Mayflower hotel at Jacksonville
last week-end honoring Marc Flet-
schel of Shamrock, stockholder in
the St. Joe Lumber and Export
company and a director of the
Florida Bank at Port St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rollins and
daughter Peggy expect to spent
this week-end in Gordon, Ala., vis-
iting relatives.
Mrs. Hugh-Howell will spend the
week-end in Bonifay with her hus-
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hart, Emma
Hughes and Janet Holley of Flor-
ala, Ala., and Julia Robertson o:
DeFunlak Springs were the guests
last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Miss, Doris Davis of Wewahitchka
aas the week-end guest of Miss
Estelle Dickens.
Miss Kathryn Dearing spent the
week-end in Blountstown visiting


Sammy Patrick, the county's It is estimated that over 13.000,- There are over 100 species of
-ever-smiling tax assegsor, was a 000 muskrats are trapped every catfish found in North American
visitor in this city Wednesday dc- year in the United States, waters.
ing a bit of politicking, shaking ------- ----
hands with all the voters he coula Ox-tail soup-relic of the horse Confucius Say: "Politician who
run down and kissing the babies. and buggy days. throw mud loses ground."



the BEACH?



: Cottage on

the Bay?





Four miles north of Port St. Joe,
on the Gulf Coastal Highway

Lots are Priced from

$150 to $450
with 75 to 90 foot frontage
Mccderate Restrictions and Convenient Terms


Robert Bellows or Pete Bernal
At Gulf Hardware & Supply Company or Phone
Judge Thos. R. L. Carter
at 105-2 After 6:00 P. M.

WHY take a chance on smooth, worn tires
when you can buy the famous Firestone
Standard Tire at a 25% discount from list
Remember Firestone is the only tire
'-i made with a patented Gum-Dipped cord
\ body to provide greater protection
S I/ against blowouts.

St. Joe Texaco Service Station




FRIDAY, rv]ARCH 15, 194Q