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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: July 12, 1940
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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The Star-Florida's fattest grow-
Ing little newspaper-dedicated to
the betterment and upbuilding of
the City of Port St Joe.
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The Home Newspaper of Northwest


Port St.-Joe--Site of the $7,500,000 .
D uPont Piper Mill-Florida's fast.

S T A R V ea heart of the pine belt

Florida's Future Industrial Center


VOLUME Ill PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940 NUMBER 40
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Exporters Shut MEXICAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Out Carrabelle

Kenney Mill Boys Hold Strong
Invading Team Behind
Hurling of Gunter '


Behind the flawless pitching ot
Gunter, the Kenney Exporters
last Sunday held the strong Ca r-
rabelle baseballteam scoreless .
and themselves piled up 11 runs
off of 12 hits at the local ball .-
park This gives the- Exporters uwo
wins to take top position in the
Gulf Coast League for the second
half. Port St. Joe is in second ...
place with one win and none lost: n
The St. Joe-Weewahitchka game t
Sunday was rained out. .,,. Y"t
Whitmire, third baseman for -
the Exporters, accounted for three a prs,_ta e.n-.,.
iuns, with Loftin, Lane and Wal- .
ters marking up two each, and ll
1Bilbray one. General Juan Andreu Almazan, tion as 3,000,000 Mexican voters
The box score follows: independent candidate for presi- went to the polls to decide whetih-
Box Score dent of Mexico (shown near cen- er Almazan or General Manuel
Exporters AB R H PO A E ter of picture with carnation on Avila Camacho would succeed
Walters, ss. ... 2 2 2 12 coat) saluting crowd at Mexico President Lazaro Cardenos. Thre
Lane, 2b ........ 4 2 1 2?10
Whitmire, 3b ... 3 3 2 1 5 0 City Monday. Rioting and blood- vote was being tabulated last eve-
Bilbray, c ...... 4 1 1 7 0 0 shed marked the presidential elec- ning.-(Souudphoto).
Jones, rf ....... .4 0 2 1 0 0
Gillis. cf ....... 4 0 2 1 0 0
Johnson, If .. 3 0 1 3 0 Negro BoyDrowns Lions Club Installs
Yarbrough, if... 2 0 0 0 0 0
Loftin, lb ......22 2 1 8' 0 -y
C. Johnson, b ..1 0 0 5 0 0 On Fourth of July Officers For Year
Gunter, p ...... 3 1 0 3 0 0

Totals .......32 11 12 27411 1 Is Only Casualty Reported In City District Deputy Governor-Elect Is
Carrabelle AB.R H P1 A E On National Indepen- Installing Officer; Conklin
-Council, sS ..... 4 0 0 1 1 3
Gander, 3b, ... 3 0 0 2 3 0 dence Day Re-elected President
T. Wathen, lb 4 0 0 S 1 0
IKersey, 2b ....4 t 3- 3 0 Port St. Joe was practically a. The regular banquet and in-

atteairerry, .. 4 0 0 4 1 0 deserted village last Thursday as stallation services of the Lion's
J. Wathen, p, 3b 4 0 1 2 4 0 all business houses closed in ob- club was held at the Port Inn din-
Campbell, cf .... 3 0 0 2 0 a servance of the Fourth of Jl;y ing room Wednesday evening of
Pope, rf ........ 2 0 0 0 0 0 and residents hied themselves to last week with Dr. R. P. Coker,
Totals .....32 0 4 24 13 their favorite fishing grounds and district deputy governor-elect ot
Score by Innings: R H E to the beach to enjoy a day of re- Northwest Florida, acting as in-
Exporters ..001 054 0Ox--11 12 3 laxation and sport. Many trekked stalling officer. The meeting was
Carrabelle- .000 000 000-- 0 4 3 to Panama City to participate in in charge of B. B. Conklin, presi-
Batteries--Gunter and Bilbray the celebration held there, dent.
for Exporters; J. Wathen, Gander
and JMattair for Carrabelle. The only casualty to mar the Upon the members being seated
national' independence day was the Donald Fav. tail twister of the


SSENATOR PEPPER IN PLEA
FOR UNIVERSAL SERVICE

United States Senator Claude
Pepper told a Tallahassee audi-
ence Saturday night that the m'en-
-ace of aggressive dictatorship to
democracy calls for universal ser-
vice to regiment the entire re-
sources and manpower of the na-
tion.
Forecasting stePs to compete
with the regimented economies of
the dictatorships, Pepper said the
United States is enclosed between
two tremendous concentrations of
population-in the west and in
the east-and each has a navy
about equal to that of this coun-
try. The United States, he added,
is stripped of the old defenses of
distance and isolation by air
power and modern.methods.
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RECEPTION HONORS
BISHOP FRANK JUHAN

Following the confirmation class
held at the St. James Episcopal
church last Sunday evening, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Curtis entertained
with- a reception honoring Bishop
Juhan of Jacksonville and class
members. About twenty-five guests
called, to whom punch, cookies
and sandwiches were served.
Those of the class were Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Rollins and daugh-
ter Peggy, and A. E. Conklin.

DREDGE -CLEARING CHANNEL
The government dredge Venyu-
ard arrived off St. Joseph's Bay
Wednesday and is engaged in
dredging the channel. It is ex-
pected to tie up at the -local- dock
tomorrow afternoon.


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death by drowning of Levi Rob. Panama City club, was appointed
inson, 15-year-old colored boy, tail twister' for the evening and
in employee of the Griffin grocery. provided much entertainment fol
who met his death while swim- the occasion. During the course.
ning in the bay with several com. of the dinner, songs, "Hail, Hail,
ianions near the dock of the the Lions," "Old Kentucky Home,"
)ogie plant. The body was re- "Lil' Liza Jane" and others, were
covered several hours later, sung.
The following officers were in-
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL stalled for the ensuing year: B.
WILL OPEN TOMORROW B. Conklin, president; M. P. Tom-
linson, vice-president; Robert Bel-
The vacation Bible school of the lows, second vice-president; D.
First Baptist church will open to- Marshall, third vice-president; Roy
morrow and the event will be her- Williams secretary-treasurer; W.
,Ided with a parade through the G. Alsip, tail twister; Byron Eells,
tr eets of the city following en- Tom Owens and Richard Portel,


rollment at .2 p. m. It is hoped


directors.


that all boys and -girls between Invited and out-of-town guests
the ages of 1-100 will be present were Dr. R. P. Coker, Alton Boyd,
for enrollment and that they will Donald Fay and J. Appleberg, ot
.go on the joy parade a few min- Panama City; Lion Dozier of Co,-
utes later. umbus, Ga.; Miss Lucie Lull of
The school proper will get un- Wetumpka and New York, and
derway Monday morning at 9 Mrs. Laneta Davis.
o'clock -and will continue from ----
July 15 to 26. There will be new GULF COAST LEAGUE
songs, new books and new tricks. Team Standings Through July 7
Everyone is Invited., and it is porters .am. 2 0 1.000
Exporters............ 2 0 1.000
free to all. Port St. Joe ........ 1 0 1.000
4t Apalachicola ........ 1 1 ..500
METHODIST STUDY CLASS Panama City ........ 1 1 .500
METHODISWewahitchka ........ 0 1 .000
Carrabelle .......... 0 2 .000
The senior class of the Metho- Results of Sunday's Games
dist Sunday school will hold a Exporters, 11; Carrabelle, 0.
study class every Tuesday night Apalachicola, 6; Panama City 4.
study class every Tuesday night port St. Joe-Wewahitchka, rain.
at the home of Mrs. R. W. Smith Games -Sunday
on Eighth street. All members of Apalachicola vs. Wewahitchka,
the class are urged to attend the at Wewahitchka.
mCarrabelle vs. Panama City at
meetings. Panama City.
~P- ort St. Joe vs. Kenney Ex-
POSTPONE BENEFIT BRIDGE porters, at Port St. Joe.
The benefit bridge party to be Games Wednesday
The benefit bridge party to be Wewahitchka vs. Exporters at
sponsored by the St. Joseph's Al- Port St. Joe.
tar society has been postponed Carrabelle vs. Apalachicola at
from-July 11 to T-hursday, July 18 Analachicola.
at Port Sp. Joe vs.. Panama. City at
at 8 p. m. Panama City.


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Industry Headed Four-Lane Defense

For Big Summer Highway May Have

Rides Rising Tide of Huge Gov- Terminus InSt. Joe
ernment War Orders and
Retail Trade Army Approval Given Road From
Dothan Via Marianna For
Riding a rising tide of war or- Forts In Alabama
ders and retail trade, the national
industry seems headed right now Plans for a $600,000 four-lane
for the busiest summer in a de- concrete highway .in Florida to
cade. serve the United States army lit
Factories and merchants, busi- times of national defense have
ness sources reported, faced a been completed and approved by
powerful combination of huge gov- the commanding officers of Fort
ernment orders for battle 'equip- McClellan, Anniston, Ala.; Max-
ment and freer spending by Mr. well Field, Montgomery, Ala., and
and Mrs. Average Consumer for Fort Benning at Columbus, Ga.
clothes, household goods, automo- If approval is received in Wash-
biles and luxury items. ington, this military road will run
Trade analysts link the cheer- from Dothan, Ala., south' through
ful ring of cash registers at ,the Cottonwood and Marianna. After
retail counters directly with the passing through Marianna, the
stir of heavy industry at Pittsburg, highway will follow State Road 84
Chicago, Birmingham,, Cleveland, to a point near Chipola Park Inn
the war-time production rush il in Calhoun county and from there
aircraft, shipbuilding, tool and follow State Road No. 6 to Port
aircraft, shipbuilding, tool and mis- St. Joe. A spur would connect the
cellaneous machine-making plants. new road with Panama City.
Business rps re tssaid employ- The Alabama sections. of this
ment in many places was on the road already are under construc-
up-grade, with prospects payrolls tion, and a contract for paving a
would continue to expand as in- stretch of 16 miles in Barbour
dustry becomes more extensively county will be let within the next
engaged on the United States 30 days, according to the -Alabama
proposed defense program. state road department. Completion
of the proposed road -oumQa give
CUT OUT CROOKED AND the Alabama and Geoigia army
LIMBY TREES TO GIVE bases direct contact with deep w-
GOOD ONES MORE ROOM ter at the strategically .mportalri-
S, and- deep water ports of PY'anrua City
"Use the axe on t looked and and Port St: Joe. "
limby trees in order to give the Should the project be approved
young and straight, promising Gulf county would have the best
ones a chance to develop into north-south arterial highway in
profitable timber and turpentine Northwest Florida, resulting In a
trees," Louis T. Neiland, farm large increase in waterbourne
forester with the state agricultur- commodities from this city.
al extension service, advises forest The board of commissioners of
land owners. Gulf county, as well as the city
Many forest owners in the past commissioners of Port-St. Joe and
have cut good timber trees from Wewahitchka should immediately
their woods without considering nass resolutions endorsing con-
the necessity of sparing seed trees, struction of the Florida section of
leaving the crooked, limby, and the highway and should urge co-
fire-scarred ones to grow, Mr. operation of the state road de-
Neiland explained. These much less apartment in the project, as it will
valuable trees have crowded the ie of inestimable value to our
young saplings that have finally city and county.
come out, preventing them from _____ _
attaining maximum development. KENNEY NAMED TO
"Thre axe and saw long have been EXCUTVE BOARD OF THE
used for laying the forest low, but STATE DEM. COMMITTEE
they can be used effectively in de-
veloping a better forest if farm he executive board of the
forest owners will put them to The execive b d o f he wo-
orry, unpromising trees in ordered's division oida, at its meeting in
to give the good trees a chance to par of Florida at ts meeting i
grow more rapidly and to useful Orlando last week, unanimously
ile and development," the exten- adopted a resolution endorsing
ion forester says, the inspired leadership of Presi-
sion forester saysin domestic af
Small sawlogs, firewood, pulp- dent Roosevelt in domestic at-
fairs and in foreign relations,
wood, and poles are some of the fai and in foreign relatons
uses for crooked and scarred trees placing the Democratic women of
that are cut for improving the Florida squarely back of the
ores-t. president. ^
'ores Prior to passing of the resolu-

EDUCATORS RECOMMEND tion; directors were appointed for
PRINCIPALS NAME TUTORS the executive committee of the
women's division, among them.be-
Florida educational leaders in ing Mrs. Basil E. Kenney, Sr., Of
session Monday at Gainesville, Port St. Joe.
recommended that, in the future, --- --
chool trustees refrain fi'om initi- JOE LILIENFELD TO NAVY
ting appointment to teaching
taffs in the public schools of Joe Lilienfeld left yesterday for
'lorida. Marianna to report to the U. S.
The school principal, in collab- navy recruiting officer, having re,
ration with the county school su- eeiVed notice that his application
erintendent, should initiate ap- for admission to the nation's Sea
ointments, and trustees should force had been approved. He will
onfine their activity to approval go into training at Norfolk, Va,'
r rejection of the recommenda- -- ----
ions made by the principal, the NEW SCHOOL BUS
report agreed. The Gulf county school.board
-- this week purchased a new school
PORT NEWS bus through, the St. Joe Motor
S.S. Carolyn of the Bull Line company. It will be used for
ailed Monday for eastern: ports transporting children to the city
'ith a cargo of paper from the St. schools from Highland View, Oak
oe Paper comniaty i '. Grove and Kenney's Mill.


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THE STAR
Published Every Friday at Port.St. Joe, Fla,
by The Star Publishil Company :
W. S. SMITH, Editor

Entered as Second-class matter, December 10,
193., at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Florida,
undet'Adt of March 3, 1879.

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

--f Telephone 51 ji-

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

NO MORE BOONDOGGLWNG
There have been noticeable developments
,in respect to financing the vastly costly na-
tional defense program. First, it is widely
urged that the pay-as-you-go plan be fol-
lowed as much as possible, even though heavy
tax increases prove necessary.
Second, there is general demand that all,
other government expenditures be drastically
reduced-and that non-essential bureaus and
departments be entirely eliminated. Of course
Phis might throw a lot of relatives of con-
gressmen out of easy jobs, but it's time they
Were forced to earn a living by the sweat of
their brows, like the rest of us.
There never, was a time when businesslike,
planning of the affairs of government was
more necessary to the national welfare. No
longer can we afford boondoggling. No longer
!an we afford the. old log-rolling practice,
whereby congressmen and senators are vir-
tually forced to vote for unnecessary expen-
ditures in return for promises that other con-
gressmen and senators will approve pet ex-
penditures for their districts. No longer can
we afford "experiments" which disrupt indus-
try and labor and pamper the incompetent
and lazy while the hard-working and effici-
ent pay the bill.
The American people are ready to make
great.sacrifices. They will pay every cent


necessary for defense without grumbling. But
they are going ito- inm'lt that every cenrt g-,is
fo:r an essential father than a political .pur-
pose. They are going tb" demand that, their
sacrifices are notin vaih. They want "re'il
statesmanship, motivated by high patriotism,
irrespective of party labels, and they -do not
want local short-sightedness and selfishness.

THE U. S. NAVY-1940
In its latest issue entitled "The U. S. Navy
-1940," the March of Time brings to the
screen, of the Port theater Sunday .and M6n-
day a thorough survey of'the present status
of the. navy, and shows how it will be de-
veloped and expanded under America's huge
new national defense program. It is a feature
that every resident of Port St. Joe should be
sure to see.
Under the 20-year ,naval "holiday" agreed
upon by Great Britain, France, Italy, Japari
and the United States at Washington in 1922,
this country scrapped more than half a mil-
lion tons of ships-including many unfin-
ished cruisers and dreadnaughts that had .al-
ready cost hundreds of millions of dollars of
taxpayers' hard-earned cash.
But since 1931, when Japan's invasion of
China began the long parade of international:
lawlessness that led to the current war, the
United States has gradually been rebuilding
its navy. For construction of 130 new- ships
and maintenance of the general naval estab-
lishment the American people have spent four
and a half billion dollars since 1933, and un-,
der President Roosevelt's new national de-
fense program they must still spend many
billions more.
In a comprehensive picturization of the
navy as it is today, the March of Time shows:
how young recruits are trained ashore before
undertaking sea duty; the operation of col-
lege and university R. O. T. C. units to pro-
vide skilled naval officers; the defense of the
vital Panama Canal, and how the coast guard
and marine corps are geared to co-operate
with the navy in times of emergency.
Although it will take many years to con.
vert the money which congress has Just ap-
propriated into armaments, ships and planes,
military experts agree that even now, in
1940, our navy has no equal.


The Low Down
from.;
Willis Swamp

Editor the Star:
Old boy Adolph, there in Berlin,
is doing' just like all the others
before him have done, when they
started out to take over the world.
You can't take a Hollander's
Edam cheese away from him and
make him like it. Nor a Persian,
you can't stop him from eating
melons and switch him over to
pumpernickel. Adolph has bit oft
a sizeable job. You take an Arab
off his horse and give him a bicy-
cle and you'll not have peace and
quiet. There .is trouble brewin' in
the distance for Adolph. His trou-
bles will not subside, with France
layin' desolate.
His Prussians and Bavarians,
and his own -Munichers are gonna
get tired of goln' without hasses-
peffer, and beer, and sausages.
And to add to hls coming' misery
and sleeplessness, he will find
blood-thirsty Joe Stalin-all rested
up-and leanin' on the ;fence just
across the border wait n' to pop
him -with a haymaker, if he turns
his -head.
Dictatin' is a bad business-ex-


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Yours vwjh the.low down,
JO SERRA..

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Blount to
Chatam, Ala., left this week for
their home after spending several
days here os the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. P, H. Windham.


DR. J, C. COE
DENTI FST-
Office Hours: 9 to 12; 1 to 5
Sunday By Appointment
Costin Blda. Port St. Joe

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If you suffer from rheumatic, arthiti
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try as is old by your druggist under
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Port St. Joe,. Fla.





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ACCEPT. SPORTING 'GUNS
American sporting guns may
help against any German attempt
to invade Great Britain. The Eng-
lish ministry of su.ppy has an-
niounced acceptance of an offer by
United States sportsmen of gifts
of their firearms to the govern-
ment. The offer was made thru
the British purchasing commis-
sion.

Jimmie Lee Palmer left Wed-
nesday for the Girl Scout camp on
bLake Orchard, Tallahassee. Miss
Claudia HIoustoun, troop leader,
will leave today to spend the
week-end at the camp, and Jimmie
Lee will return home with hei.


KIDNEY STAGNATION
IS WORSE TIIAN
CONSTIPATION!
,lB sE~ We Treat Constipation at
1The Onset, While Wa Neglect
OQur Kidneys Indefinately
.'o other organ in your body Is 6f
ore importance-than your .kidneys. For
Your kidneys there are nine million
lobes which must work day and night to
filter the fluids and keep the system free
fom wastes, acids, poisons which, if per.
ltted to-remain. may cause serious kidney
lad bladder troubles.
It Is no wonder then that Nature
tens calls for help to clean out the
idneys. So If. you are troubled with
tUng-Up-Nlghts, Leg .-Pains, Backache.
ervo:u Headache. Dlzzines or Loss of
'!rS due to functional kidney disorders,
A-NID NS, the famous kidney remedy.
aids Nature to flush out" the kid-
sx, to filter" all waste*, to pievent kid-
.y stagnation.
VIDANS is Safe and Reliable. Thou-
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eeordlng to direions, KIDANS will give
Iplendi results. Try KIDANS, Buy it at
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bor. If not satisfied, return' unoiened
'lad CBT rOUWR .ONE BACg '
If your local druggist cannot sup-
ply you, send $1.00 to The Kidas
Company, Atlanta, Ga., for two ill-.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grimsley and
daughter, Miss Josephine, were
called to Elba, Ala., Monday due
to the death of Mrs. Grimsley's
'mother.


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On Gulf County's Famed

DEAD LAKES
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Your Faithful Electrical Servant

.YOU can be a cool cook and enjoy working in a cool kitchen
if you use an electric range. Especially in Florida with its
mild year 'round climate, the advantages of a cool kitchen
are well worth considering. Perhaps this explains why on-p
out of five of the domestic customers of our Company cook
7 electrically today.


... use an ELECTRIC RANGE

AN electric range is one of the major steps toward
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FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940







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NETA DAVIS, Editor,:'


MRS. LARKIN HOSTESS METHODIST CIRCLES IN
TO TUESDAY CLUB MEETINGS MONDAY
Mrs. M. B. LarKin was hostess Circle No. 1 of the Methodist
to the Tuesday Bridge club this Missionary society met with Mrs.
week at her home on Eightn George Patton Monday afternoon
street. Vases of zinnia and honey- with Mrs. Patton presiding. The
suckle decorated the room where Bible study was in charge of Mrs.
two tables were in progress. At W. E. Boyd, who also gave an in-


the conclusion of play, prizes were
awarded to Mrs. Larkin, high;
Mrs. W. Bragg, second high; Mrs
P. D. Farmer, cut, and Mrs. Daw
son Hewitt, traveling.
Sandwiches and soft drinks
were served prize winners and
Mesdames W. M. Howell, George
Cooper, Otis Pyle and J. Hauser.

.EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY
The members of the St. James
Auxiliary of the Episcopal church
were entertained Monaay after-
noon at the home of Mrs. Basil E.
Kenney, Jr. A short business ses-
sion was held, after which the
:hostess served sandwiches and
iced tea to eight members.

Mrs. Lewis Tharpe and .daugh-
ter of Everglades visited Mr. and
Mrs. B. B. Conklin Sunday, en-
route to Panama City, to be guests
of Mrs.' J. S. Thompson for the
next four weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Costin, Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Gaskin, Miss
Doris Davis and Gary Linton of
Wewahitchka attended the dance
at the Centennial building on tle
night of the Fourth,


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0 teresting talk and poem on the
Study.
Circle No. 2 was entertained by
- Mrs. Charles Brown. Preceding
the short study, Betty Sue Mc-
SPhaul entertained the member-
i[ ith piano solos. Following the
e study a social hour was enjoyed
* and refreshments served.
Mrs. Franklin Jones entertained
Circle No. 3 at her home on Monu-
ment avenue. The Bible study waa
conducted by Mrs. ). L. Temple,
chairman. A short business ses-
sion was held with Mrs. E. Ram-
sey in charge. During the social
hour which followed, the hostess
served delectable refreshments.

BAPTIST W/ M. S. IN BIBLE
STUDY AT THE CHURCH
The circles of Ithe Baptist Mis-
sionary society held their regular
Bible study at the church Monday
afternoon with Mrs. J. F. Miller
in charge. Following a brief busi-
hess session, plans were made to
organize. aY. M. A. next Tuesday
evening af the home of Mrs. Wil-
bur Wells, with Mrs. Benny Grace
at hostess, Plans were also laid
for a W. M. S. picnic to be held
on the fifth Monday.

MRS. SMITH HOSTESS TO
TUESDAY SEWING CLUB
Mrs. R. W. Smith was hostess
this week to the Tuesday Sewing
club. After the hour of sewing,
the hostess served-sandwiches and
lemonade to those present. The
work thai is done by the members
is given to the county nurse to aid
underprivileged mothers and in-
fants.


GWENDOLYN HOWELL IS
HOSTESS TO AUXILIARY
Miss Gwendolyn Howell enter-
tained the Girls' Auxiliary of the
Baptist church Tuesday afternoon
at'her home. Plans were made ar
this time for presenting a program
for the negro church members.
After the meeting, the hostess
served fruit punch and cookies to
twelve members present.

ENTERTAINS FOR VISITOR
Honoing Miss Ruth Shostein of
Tacksonville, Miss Bernice Schnei-
der entertained with a "prom"
'Tturday evening at her home on
Monument avenue. Dancing and
proms were enjoyed until a late'
hour, after which the hostess
served refreshments to about 25.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. C. W: Horton are
announcing the arrival of an 8/2-
pound son on July 8 at their home.

Mrs. O. L. McCranie returned;
Friday to her home in Valdosta,
Ga., after spending the .past two
weeks in the city as the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Sally Montgomery.
ft .f
Mrs. Margaret Barke and Miss
Morriel Bark returned Friday to
their home in Tampa, after spend-
ing several days in the city as the
guests of S. L. Barke.

Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Larkin spent
Sunday in Bristol visiting rela-
tives.

'Mrs. J. E. collins !and daughter
Peggy and Mrs. Laneta Davis
spent Monday afternoon in- Apa-
lachicola.

Mrs. C. E. Morton of Jackson-
.vOle ie spentte -eek-end .in he
city as the guest .o 'Ms. ;ally
MErntgoimery.


BAPTIST CHURCH HAS
NEW ORCHESTRA
Beginning with the evening serv-
ice, Sunday, July 7, the Baptist
church had an orchestra of 12
pieces. David Maddox, trumpet;
Lunette Hammock,' Talmon Smithi
and Margie KirKland, clarinets;
Jim Windham and Bill Windham,
saxophones; John Lane, Morris
Fane, and Tommie Kelley, trom.
bones; Walter Kirby, sousaphone;
Carolyn Baggett, accordion, and
Alma Baggett, piano; Rev. J. W.
Sisemore is the director.
It is hoped that when the school
term opens that there will be sev-
eral 'more join the orchestra and
help with the music at the church.

PRESBYTERION AUXILIARY
MEETS WITH MRS. KENNEY
The Presbyterian Auxiliary met
Monday afternoon.at the home of
Mrs. Basil E.' Kenney, with Mrs.
T. R. L. Carter presiding. The de-
votional was given by Mrs. E. R.
Horton. Mrs. KeAney gave an in-
teresting talk on "The Moral Im-
plications of the Monroe Doc-
trine," after which refreshments
were served.'

Miss Lilla Carter left last week
for Gainesville and Kissimmee to
visit friends and relatives.t

Bishop Frank Juhan of Jackson-
ville visited in the city Sunday.
'Miss Louise Soloman, who is
attending summer session at Tal-
lahassee, spent from -Thursday
through Sunday in the city, the
guest of Miss Martha Belin;

Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Roberts of At-
lanta, Ga., were week-end visitors
in the city. They are former res!-
dents of Port St. Joe.

Mrs. H. O. Jones of Waresboro,
Ga., is the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Hermanns.


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'Typhoon' and March of Time. .

At Port Stirday and, Mlh day


South Sea Romance In Technicolor Stars Dorothy Lamour In
Briefest of Costumes; March of Time Shows How the
American Navy Will Be Developed and Expanded
Under the Nation's Big Defense Prograin


Theater goers attending the
Port theater Sunday and .Monday
Swill enjoy the beauty and terror
of "Typhoon"-and the brevity of
Dorothy Lamour's costume -and
"The U. S. Navy, 1940," latest is-
sue in the March of Time film se-
ries, bringing to the serene the
story of a vitally important part
of the nation's newly-inaugurated
defense program.
In "Typhoon," a South Sea ro-
mance roars in with a storm and
a shipwreck that maroons Miss
Lamour on an. uninhabited island.
Scenes switch to a nearby island,
ten years later, and to Robert
Preston, derelict sailor who has
been discharged from Annapolis.
Preston's life is saved when his
friend Lynne Overman shanghais
him aboard his pearl-hunting sub-,
marine after a bar room brawl
with a Polynesian chief. Forced to
flee, they put to sea but abandon
ship oil Dorothy's lonely Eden for
lack of oil.
Preston, away from his party,
is overcome with heat, and liter-
ally captured by Dorothy Lamour.
The thrilling love story mounts
hand in hand with suspense, as 3.
Carrol Naish leads a mutiny, and
as the Polynesian chief discovers
the sailor's hideaway.
Climactically, the terrifying ty-
phoon follows a raging jungle
fire. You'll grip your seat when
this devastating fury boils in,
when palm trees are uprooted and
go hurtling with the gale before
your eyes. Following that is the
terrific tidal wave that. swamps
the entire island-but everything
turns out fine in the end:
Timely Film.
March of Time's "The U. S.
Navy, 1940," pictures the navy as


PERSONALS

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stone and
Mrs. Dudley Horn and daughter,
of Miami, and the Misses Karlene
and Dorcas Stone of Sneads were
Sthe guests, Monday and Tuesday
of Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Larkin.

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Drake re-
turned to the city Sunday from
Atlanta, Georgia, where they spent
the Fourth.
*
Mrs. Ted Frary returned last
week from a, two week's visit in
Washington, D. C. While there
she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Huel Crockett and family.

Miss Avaryee Collier, who is at
F. S. W. C., for the summer, spent
the week-end in the city visiting
friends.
*fr *
Mrs. J. L. Sharit is expected to
return home this week-end from
Atlanta, Ga., where she has been
at the bedside of her mother for
the past two weeks.

Mrs"TT-V. Westbrook and daugh-
ter Norma Jean of Mobile, are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Howell and Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Gilbert.
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it is today and shows how it will
be developed and expanded under
the current building program.
Featured are scenes of the now
historic Washington naval disarm-
ament conference of 1922, which
resulted in the scrapping of more
than half a million tons of United
States warships, including unfin-
ished cruisers and dreadnaughts
that had already cost American
taxpayers hundreds of millions of
dollars.
The film shows the enlistment
and training of bluejackets today,
operation of naval R. 0. T. C.
units in colleges and universities,
the work of each type of vessel in
the navy, the strategic importance
and elaborate defensess -of the
Panama: Canal and how the coast
guard .and marine corps are geared
to co-operate' with the navy -i;
times of -national: emergency.

William Wellington left Monday
for his home in Springfield, Mass.
He spent-the past five months in
the city as the guest of his son
and daughter-in-law, f9r. and 'Mrs.
W. H. Wellington. Mr. and Mrs.
Wellington -accompanied him as.
far as Jacksonville.

SMr. and Mrs. F. J. Neselodt and
daughter of Lilbourn, Mo., were
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.
Christiansen of Highlani View.
Upon their return to Missourt
they were accompanied by Mrs.
Christiansen who visited with
them for several days, returning,
to Highland View last week.

Mrs. W. S. Smith visited Mon-
day in Apalachicola.

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When the lawn has to be moved
how tired Johnny gets! Four
times around the big plot out by
the garage and he's all worn out.
He flops down on the ground and
chews a blade of grass as he
gazes up at the puffs of clouds In
the soft blue sky, or aims a stone
.at some marauding cat.
But when "the gang" comes by
to get him to go swimming it's
quite a different story! His tired-
ness vanishes as if by magic, and
he's rarin' to go. He can spend
the whole livelong afternoqn down
at the beach, diving, swimming
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tiredness. The only result seems
to be wet hair and a prodigious
appetite when it's over and he's
home again full of satisfaction
and stories of his own prowess.
There difference? He wanted to
swim. His heart was in it! While
the lawn mowing was something
he was told to do and was unin-
teres-ted in.
The same kind of lulng holds
true with grownup people. We do
well and easily the thing we put
our heart into. It is the "spirit
that quickeneth"-even literally.
That's why there's a lot ot
meaning in the fact that a na-
tional association representing a
large number of the leading in-
dustrial concerns of this country,
on whom we must depend for
equipment for national defense,
has gone on record as believing in
the necessity of rearming spiritu-
ally as well as material. In a
statement issued by this ,organi-
zation of realistic business men a
few days'ago, they say:
"Physical defense is not enough.
Tr- A mericani people must rearing
themselves spiritually and meii-
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sonal toll and sacrifice and devo-
tion. Only by firm adherence to
our traditional Amejrican ideas,
coupled with adequate military de-
fense, can we be sure that the
terrible price the democracies
abroad are now paying will not be
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WILL DISABLE AUTOS

British motorists must dismantle
their automobiles and hand over
parts of the motor to authorities
if ordered to do so, a ministry ot
transport order said Saturday. Ve-
hicles may be put out of action
with tre double object of render-
ing them useless to the enemy,
and to prevent the start of a huge
refugee trek such as hindered Al-
lied armies in France and Belgium.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and
daughter Geraldine, and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kirby have re-
turned to their home in Tampa
after spending several days here
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Smith.

LEGAL ADVERTISING

REPORT OF CONDITION


of Florida Bank at Port
of Port St. Joe in the
Florida at the close of
on June 29, 1940.
ASSETS
Loans and discounts (in-
cluding $....... over-
drafts) .............. $
Obligations of States and
political subdivisions
Cash, balances with oth-
er banks, including re-
serve balances, and
eash items in process
of collection .........
Bank premises owned
$ ...... furniture and
fixtures ...........
Other assets ...........


St. Joe,
State ot
business




32,075.93

59,618.29



79,238.58

1,738.25
5,274.15


TOTAL ASSETS ......$177,945.20
LIABILITIES
Demand deposits of in-
dividuals, partnerships
and corporations ...$133,022.18
Tin ee deposits of indi-
viduals, partnerships,
and corporations .... 4,145.82
Deposits of States and
political subdivisions 4,180.82
Other deposits (certified
and officers' checks,
etc.) ....... 827.13
Total Deposits $142,175.95
Other liabilities ....... 3,269.25

TOTAL LIABILITIES,
(not including subordi-
nated obligations
shown below) ....... $145,445.20
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital ..............$ 25,000.00
Surplus ............... 5,000.00
Reserves (and retire-
ment account for pre-
ferred capital) ....... 2,500.00

TOTAL CAPITAL
ACCOUNTS ......... 32,500.00

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $177.945.20
.* This bank's capital consists of
$ (none) of capital notes and de-
bentures; first preferred stock
with total par value of $ (none),
total retirable value $ (none);
second preferred stock with tota!
par value of $ (none), total re-
tirable,value $ (none); and com-
mon stock with total par value of
q25,000.00.
MEMORANDA
(a) On date of report
the required legal re-
serve against deposits
of this bank was .... 28,435.19
(b) Assets reported.
above which were eli-
gible as legal reserve
amounted to ......... 138,856.87
I, S. L. Barke, Cashier, of the
above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the .above statement is
true, and that it fully and cor-
rectly'represents the, true state of
the several matters herein con-
tained and set forth, to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
S. L. BARKE.
Correct.-Attest:
HARRY H. SAUNDERS,
W. T. EDWARDS,
ROBERT BELLOWS,
Directors.
State of Florida,
County of Gulf,,ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 8th day of July, 1940, and
I hereby certify that I am not an
officer or director of this bank.
HILDA SAUNDERS,
(SEAL) Notary Public.
My commission expires February
28, 1944. .


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FOR SALE

FOR SALE-Skiffs and bateaus.
-See Autha Soderberg, St. Joe
Lumber Co. 7-12tt
LEGAL ADVERTISING
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THE-UNITED STATES, IN AND
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PANAMA MACHINERY & SUP-
PLY COMPANY, A Corporation,
vs. GAS SCREW VESSEL "M. M.
MARKS," her engines, tackle and
equipment, and all persons cla;m-
ing an interest in said vessel. Un-
der and by virtue of a Final Decree
issue: out of the above Court on
the 26th day of June, 1940, Notice
is hereby given that I will sell the


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MANY PRINTING NAMES
WERE COINED BY MONKS

Printing received its first great
impetu-s in the monasteries. where
books were .made. The monks gave
printing its terminology, which
even today .is mostly derived from
Latin.
Since monastic chapels were
first used as composing rooms,
such rooms-still are called chapels.
Holy-water fonts were convenient
receptacles for the wooden blocks
used as type, and a case or a par-
ticular style of type still is called
a font. Brevier type was originally
used for setting up monks' brevi-
aries.
The word compositor, synon-
ymous with printer, is Latin and
means one who puts type together.
The Latin word imposition, mean-
ing a laying out, still is used to
refer to laying out type. The re-
ceptacle for bad type still is calle'
the hell box. The apprentice boy,
who originally cleaned out the hell
box, is 'still called the printer's
devil. The Latin terms caret, dele
and asterisk still are used in print-c
ing. The derivatives, folio, quarto,
octavo, still are used in bookbind-
ing.

WHALERS FORMER LINERS

Many whaling ships are former
transatlantic passenger liners with
a ramp cut in their hull, usually
at the stern. Three or more
smaller vessels work with these
floating factories. When a whale
is harpooned, the carcass is pulled
up into the ship through the ramp.
There the blubber is. converted
into oil, the whalebone removed
for dress and brush makers and
part of the meat saved for its
food value.


above described vessel at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash on Monday; Jply, 15, 1940, at
i. 10 0 noon from- -the 'place she is
now berthed in or near Port St.
Joe,' Florida. Deed at the cost or
the purchaser. J. B. Royall, U. S.
Marshal. 7-5-12*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA, IN CHANCERY.
GULF HARDWARE & SUPPLY
COMPANY, a corporation, Plain-
tiff, vs. S. L. WALTERS & LYNN
WALTERS, co-partners, trading
and doing business under the firm
name of WALTERS BROTHERS,
and MRS. R. R. (CLEMMIE) DA-
VIS and husband, R. R. DAVIS,
Defendants.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To: S. L. WALTERS & LYNN
WALTERS, co-partners, trading
and doing business under the firnm
name of WALTERS BROTHERS,
whose residences are unknown.
It is hereby ordered that you
are required to appear on there 5th
day of August, A. D. 1940, beQore
the above entitled Court to the Bill
of Complaint filed against you in
the above entitled cause, and "The
Star" is hereby designated as the
newspaper in which this Order
shall be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks.
WITNESS, the Honorable E. C.
Welch and Ira A. Hutchinson, as
Judges of this court and the seaw
of this Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 25th day
of June, A. D. 1940. "
(Court Sal) J. R.. HUNTER,
Clerk Circuit Court, Gulf
County, .Florida.
By L. I. Hunter, D.C.
E. CLAY LEWIS, JR.
Solicitor for Plaintiff..
7-5 8-2

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLOR-
IA, IN CHANCERY.
GULF HARDWARE & SUPPLY
CO.VMPANY, a corporation, Plain-
tiff, vs. S. L. WALTERS & LYNN
WALTIERS, co-partners, trading
and doing business under the firm
name of WALTERS OTHERS,
and J. A. WHIITFIELD, defend-
ants.
T.4E STATE OF FLORIDA:
To: S. L. WALTERS & LYNN
'\ALTERS, co-partners, trading
and doing business under the firm
name of WALTERS BROTHERS,
whose residences are unKinown.
It is hereoy ordered that you
are required to appear on thhe 5th
day of August, A. D. 19-0, before
the above entitled Court to the Bill
of Complaint filed against you in
the above entitled cause, and "The
Star" is hereby designated s the
newspaper in which this Order
shall be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks.
WITNESS, the Honorable E. C.
Welch and Ira A. Hutchinson, as
Judges of this court and the seal
of this Court at W'ewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 25tli day
of June, A. D. 1940.
(Court Seal) J. R. HUNTER,
Clerk Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida.
By L. I. Huilter, D. C.
E. CLAY LEWIS, JR.
Soliitor for Plaintiff.
7-5 8-2


THE STAR,~o PORT: ST.',40E,. GU LF COUNTY,.FL:O'RIDA


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