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the City of Port St Joe.
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est growing little city. .. In
the heart of the pine belt.
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Year's End and
W HOEVER it was that invented
the year as a division of time
should share in the blessings in.
evoked by Sancho Panza upon the
man who invented sleep. With the
latter comes surcease from the
cares and worries of the day and
a renewal of spirits for the
L-struggles of the morrow. The
year's end is also not only a sleep
and a forgetting of things fled be-
yond redemption, but with its
passing hours come the many-huea
\hopes that keep ever fresh and
buoyant the human soul and make
radiant again the paths of the
The old year falls from our
hands like the stem of a rose
whose leaves, one by, one, month
by month, have silently dropped
away into tie void of time, some
laden with the fragrance of pleas-
ant memories, some with the
pallid tints and withered aspects:
of misfortunes and griefs inescap-
able and irreparable andi some
with dust of dreams shattered be-
But, at the birth of another New
Year, Time brings to the hands
of- each of us a fresh bu4 from its
eternal tree, the secrets of whosQ
"close-folded leafage no eye can.
penetrate, no conjecture of wis-
dom fathom Yet within its
depths we can scent the swete
and inspiring aromas of the hopes
AVthat spring eternal in the. human
breast, of hidden joys that hold
fresh promises of full blossoming,
of good deeds to be done for us
and by us, of thg blessings of
peace, good will and prosperity
again made possible for us, and o!
the gardens of opportunity whose
gates are swinging wide open for
Always, in the cycle of human af-
fairs the Spring of Hope follows
the Winter of Discontent. And
New Year's Day is the symbol of
human renovation spiritual as
well as utilitarian-and of the
clearing process of the soul's past
accumulations, making ready for
the building of its "more stately
It may be Fate that guides the
hand of Time in placing in our
grasp the new bud of promise. but
each of us may .do much to further
its proper blossoming, to keep
,fresh its fragrance, to shape into
full fruition the enjoyment of the
unfolding, month by month, and
day by, day, of the flower of the
year whose unopened months lie
Willis Rowan and Max Maddox
returned to the city.,Saturday from
McDill Field, Tampa, to spend the
holidays with their parents.
Miss Alice Ruth Gibson returned
last Friday from Charlotfte N. ;:,
to spend the Christmas holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Pebble VanHorn of Mem-
phis, Tenn., arrived Monday to
spend the holidays in ths' city.
She is the guest of her brother-
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs: J. W. Smith of Sumatra
arrived Monday to spend the holl-
''~as with' Mr. 'and Mrs. W. S.
Roselle "Mickey" Stone' atrived
Sunday frdrm Galnesville to spend
.he holidays. with his parents, Mr.
.,-.d Mrs. T. H. Stone.
PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY., FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940 NUMBER 12
BRILLIANT LIGHTING FOR STATE FAIR
Hundreds of thousands of fluor-
escent, neon and mazda lights wilt
be used to add brilliance to the
Florida State Fair In Tampi, Feb- the four giant ferris wheels, the
ruary 4 to 15. Above is slown a dozen lofty flood-lighting: towers
night view of the new mildHay OT and many other attractions with
the Royal American Show, with their colorful illumination.
ITALIAN PRISONERS HAVE WASH DAY
Plan Big Time for
Will Be Twenty-Eighth Florida
Chief Since State Was Ad-
mitted to the Union
'. "e y-.- There will be a big time in Tal-
,- lahassee on January 7 when Spes-
S. ... sard L. Holland is inaugurated
.- governor of Florida. With a score
of bands, Innumerable flof ts and
probably a regiment of soldiers
i. i rom 'Camp Blanding; with ban-
quets annd dances, culminating in
the Governor's Ball at the Man-
These Italian prisoners of the where in Egypt." It is estimated sion, the inauguration twi eclipse
an-'I similar event in the history
British are shown doing their the British have taken' sore 75,000
washing in a camp for prisoners prisoners during the past week in in-
Governor-elect Holland has in-
of war behind the lines "Some- the drive on Libya. vted ever cten o the tae
vited every citizen of the state to
attend all events (and there will
Georgia Man STEFANIE STILL IN U. S. be no admission charges to any-
B e thing) including the governor's re-
Is Believed to ception and ball. It is expected
that a large delegation of Port St.
Have Drowned Joe citizens will be on hand for
Mr. Holland will be the twenty-
Boat of William Gainous of Cairo, eighth governor of Florida since
Ga., Is Found In Stream 'the state was admitted to the
At Willis Landing Union in 1845, and during his aG-
AWi .:' -ministration, plans will be madz
for the state's entennial celebra-
William Gainous of Cairo, Ga., tion ing 194
tion during 1945.
who has been stayIng at Willis William D. Moseley, who served
Landing for three months with f trom 1845 to 1849, was the first
Frlon 1838, when the state's first.
lived to have been drowned while w
fishing in the river constitution was drawn up at old
fishing in the- river. .ISt. Joseph (now Port St. Joe)
Gainous' boat was found Wed- there were territorial goveronrs,
nesday, but no trace of the miss- including General Andrew Jackson.
ing man has been discovered by Thomas Brown, Florida's second
Sheriff B. E. Parker and his depu- an'l only Whig governor, suc-
ties, who have been making a Princess Stefanie Hohenloe whose needed Moesley, in 1849 and served.
diligent search since *discovery or ,~ ,,sion .. o. ,,rdr ed .'b i four years. It was during his ad-
No traces of foul-play have been
discovered, and it is the belief of
Sheriff Parker that Gainous felt
overboard and was unable to get
back to his boat or reach the river
Brinson Coody Is Visitor
Brinson Coody of the U. S. S.
Yaka arrived Wednesday to spend
several days here as the guest of
his, sister, Miss Myrtice Coody.
Spent Sunday In Dothan
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Creech, Ken-
neth Creech andl Mr. and, Mrs. Earl
Rollins and daughter spent Sun-
day in Gordon and Dothan, Ala.,
S. Department of Justice not late,
than last Saturday. She has agreed
to leave at a specified time within
the next 20 days. The princess,
once a leading Nazi hostess in
London, has been' staying at the
home of Fritz Weldman, German
consul at San Francisco.
Returns From Trip
Mrs. R. J. Staton, mother of
Mrs. W. W. Barrier, has returned
to the city- after visiting relatives
in Virginia, Washington and Phil-
Spending Holidays In Cuba
Mr. and Mrs. Basil E. Kenney
left last week to spend the holt-
days in Miami and Havana, Cuba.
ministration that Dr. John Gorf!e
invented the process of manufac-
turing artificial ice at Apalachi-
SWhen Holland takes office there
will be five former governors liv-
ing-Cary A. Hardee, John W.
Martin, Doyle E. Carlton, Dave
Sholtz and Fred P. Cone.
To Visit In St, Louis
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Smith expect
to leave tomorrow for a week's
visit with friends and relatives in
St. Louis, Mo.
Visiting In Tuscaloosa
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker
left last Saturday for Tuscaloosa,
Ala., to spend two weeks with rel-
Line to Georgia
Marks Opening of First Project of
This Type In the South-
Marking another step forward! in
the industrial development of Port
St. Joe, the first gasoline this week
flowed through the Southeastern
Pipe Line company's 98-mile line
from this city to Bainbridge, Ga.
-the first project of this character
to be constructed in the south-
To date 88,000 barrels of gaso-
line have been brought in to Port
St. Joe by tankers from Port Ar-
thur, Texas, 33,000 by the Pure
Oil vessel W. F. Burdell and 56,000
barrels by the S.S. Gulf Maid of
the Gulf Oil company. The entire
amount has been pumped through
the line to the huge storage tanks
at Bainbridge, where it will be dis-
tributed by tank trucks.
Building of the line, which is
ultimately, to extend to Chatta-
nooga, Tenn., has resulted in a
number of court battles in efforts
to halt its construction, but it is
the belief of company officials
that the line will be completed as
originally planned when the Geor-
gia legislature meets in 1941, at
which time the matter of laying
the line under Georgia highways
will be straightened out.
Thie'Pdit St.'Joe terminal of the
line is equipped with four large
storage tanks, erected at a cost of
$42,000, and huge pumps, the only
ones on the 98-mile stretch, to
force the gasoline through the
8-inch line to the northern termi-
'Lone Wolf' At New
Year Midnite Show
Character Created By Vance First
Came to the Screen Way
Back In 1917
Fiction's most fascinating gen-
tleman burglar returns to the Port
theatre screen at 10:45 p. m. New
Year's Eve in a midnight presen-
tation of "The Lone Wolf Keeps
a Date," with Warren William in
the title role. Created by Louis
Joseph Vance, dean of mystery
writers, the light-hearted, light-
fingered rogue has been famous
through the screen and the stage
from almost the very beginning Of
his amazing career.
The Charlie Chans, Mr. MotoN,
Raffles and Philo Vances have but
recently made their arrival on the
screen, comparatively speaking.
The Lone Wolf, however, first
came to the films in 1917, under
Selznick auspices. In 1924, ,Asso-
ciated Exhibitors came out with a
feature called "The Lone Wolf,"
and in 1926 Michael Lanyard fi-
nally became Columbia's property
with "The Lone Wolf Returns."
The Lone Wolf returned again
in 1929 in "The Lone Wolf's
Daughter" and agaih in 1935 in
"The Lone Wolf In Paris." Since
then there have been a series of
Lone Wolf pictures.
The local Masonic lodge and Or-
der of Eastern Star will hold pub-
lic installation ceremonies tonight
at the Masonic hall at which time
officers of the, two organizations
Tor the ensuing year will take of-
rA~TOTESAOTS. OGL ONY LRD
THE NEW YEAR
In just four more days we
the new year, somewhat,glad th
has passed into history, and
that 1941 may be an improver
year drawing to a close.
Once again the birth of a Ne'
ing us to high resolves! The br
page that it holds before us i
hearts to noble purpose! Ambi
nestness have taken hold of us
fore. And we vow that we shall
coming days advantageously.
Every New Year holds a ch;
it-a dare to do bigger and bet
we look forward to the months
filled with enthusiasm; faith an
selves, and our abilities burn st
us. We want to work harder
ever worked before; to plan a
greater things than we have ev
the past. We look back with
wasted hours and opportunities
the page of 1940-there were sc
tunities that we let slip by.
resolve, we will not do that; in
avail ourselves of every chance i
fer and seek around for others
hidden in us, that we may do ou
If every citizen of Port St. J
these resolutions, 1941 will be o
in the history of our city, for
things in store for this section
coming twelve months-biggei
many of us realize.
.A bright New Year lies bef
calling us to greater action and
while living than any other yea
feared! Let us make the most
The Low Down
Editor The Star:
Old Nero fiddled around, and
let his town burn down-and got
his name in our history books. But
the Romans paid for Nero's leanin'
towards music. Nero had the. fun
and the Romans paid the bill. I
guess it was in Rome where the
old slogan got started about if you
dance and cavort you got to pay
But anyways, we ain't so many
jumps behind the Romans. We
been leaving' the running' of every-
thing to our Boys up there on the
luxuriant Potomac. An' brothel,
we sure are gonna git some fiddlin'
But I see faint signs of coming'
out of our coma. When the bosses
up in Washington says to the
Boys there, "Here, you fellers, you
better all go on home"-and the
fellers don't go, that IS news.
That is grounds for optimism.
But even if Washington was to
burn down, like Rome, we would
keep on running I reckon. My
neighbor, Henry, he says: "Jo, we
would be a dang site better off if
half the town did burn down."
Henry's quite a card
Wishin' you and the Missus a
step out into
hat A. D. 1940
with the hope
nent over the
w Year is call-
s stirring our
ition and ear-
Sas never be-
use all of the
ter things. As
ahead we are
d trust in our-
than we have
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,
undet Act of March 3, 1879.
Subscription Invariably Payable In Advance
One Year........$2.00 Six Months..... $1.00
-'f Telephone 51 ) -
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.
nd accomplish The Nazis have barned the flying of kites
er put over in in Holland. The- Dutch air, it seems, belongs
regret on the to Hitler, and is for breathing purposes only.
:s written on -Macon Telegraph.
o many oppor-
This year, we Just a few more days and we'll all be writ-
stead, we will ing it' "1941"-unless we forget and write it
:hat it may of- "1940."
s that may be
irselves proud. These new 1941 auto radios are sure nifty,
oe will follow but it takes a doggone good one to out-talk
ne of the best a back seat driver.
there are big
n during the The reason a lot of men never reach the
r things than top is because they're -oo doggone comfort-
able at the bottom.
ore us! It is
I more worth- Many an opportunity is missed because the
.r has ever of- early bird stays up all night in order to catch
of it. the worm.
Happy News, Year, I'm- SACRED TO JANUS
Yours with the low down,
JO SERRA. A legendary Roman king, Numa,
--- ------ it is said, established the first of
JUST LIKE US January as the beginning of the
Jim: "Make any New Year reso- year and made the day sacred to
lutions?" Janus, a mythological deity who
John: "No-what's the use? I'd was represented with two faces,
only break 'em again!" one that of an old man peering
-- into the past, the other that of a
Advertising doesn't cost-it pays! youth facing gleamingly the future.
UALITY May 1940 be the Most Pros-
perous and Happy New Year A
Grocery and you have ever known!
Market MILLER'S DRUG ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
Prices Right Clerks Polite
STORE Sales FORD Service
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA ORT S OE, FLA. PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
When young Y.nkee Johnny squawks
about washing behhd his ears and refuses
to take his bath, little does he realize how
fortunate this country, is to possess ninety-five
per cent of the worll's bathtubs. Only those
living in the backwcds can fully appreciate
the difficulties besetting the rest of the worla
in their effort to kee) clean.
The Laplanders anl Eskimos, for instance,
take the easy way ou-they just don't bathe!
Neither do the Llanas or Buddhist priests,
who consider it here to get into a bathtub.
The Arab, because )f the scarcity of water,
vigorously rubs himself with the sand of the
desert. In southwest Africa, where water Is
a luxury, baths are ew and rare, because a
four-gallon tin of watr costs one dollar-ana
the water is only rentedd." After the bath,
it is returned for use in watering plants.
The Finn's bathroom is a two-room struc-
ture looking like a }en house in which the
Finns steam themsehes while swishing their
bodies with branches :o open up the pores.
And in Russia, a bathtub costs more than a
grand piano; and a cake of soap-if you can
find one-fetches $3.5).-Franklin News.
Hitler has just decreed "a second four-year
plan for the German Reich." Its people still
are forbidden to say ,vhat they think about
the results of Adolf's first four-year plan.-
New Orleans Times-Bcayune.
Postmaster H. A. Erake is quite an opti-
mist, putting "Box Reit Due" notices in the
boxes at the postoffic( during the Christmas
T.HE STAR, ORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY,,FLORIDA
RIDY DCME 2 14 T T P ST O L OUT L. PAG THREE.
LUPTON-CONNOR MR. AND MRS. LEWIS
Arthur Lupton and Mrs. Geral- PERRITT ENTERTAIN
dine Connor were quietly married Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Perritt en
Tuesday, December 24, in the of- tertained a number of friends a
fice of Judge Russ in Panama City, their home last Friday evening
with Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon, sister of The house for the occasion was
the bride, as the only attendant. beautifully decorated' in the holi
Mrs. Lupton is the daughter o ,
Mrs. upton is the daughter of thisday motif. The hosts served sand
Mrs. Willie Oa Upshaw of thi wiches, chicken salad, cake and
city and -has made her home here coffee to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Prid-
or several years past.Thero geon, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hewett, Mr.
is the son of Mrs. Minnie Lupton and Mrs. B. A. Pridgeon, Mr. and
and the late Charles Lupton adand Mrs. B. A. Pridgeonnous, Mr. and Mrs. J.
and the late Charles Lupton and
has made his home in Port St. Joe M. ia Mr. and Mrs. E.
dM. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
This couple has many friends in
Gulf and Franklin counties, who
will join with The Star in wishing Fred Perry was a week-end visl-
them many years of happiness, tor in Donaldsonville, Ga.
BYRD E. PARKER
SHERIFF GULF COUNTY
AUSTIN'S Dept. Store
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To our host of good friends and customers in .
Port St. Joe and Gulf County we extend the best
AUSTIN'S Dept. Store
SO T O OE likes to lie awake; yet every night thousands
toss and tumble, count sheep, worry and fret, be-
S cause they can't get to sleep. Next day many feel
dull, logy, headache and irritable.
Has this ever happened to you? When it does, why,
Bon't you do as many other people do when Nerves
threaten to spoil their rest, work, enjoyment, and good
Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets
.i Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets are a combinal
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in package Effervescent ervine Tablets in convenient small or
economical large packages. Why not get a package
and be p re when over-taxed nerves threaten to
i terge with your work or spoil your pleasure.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF
WOMAN'S CLUB ENTERTAINS
The executive committee of the
: Port St. Joe Woman'sClub enter-
. trained the members wth a Christ-
mast party at the Catennial au-
ditorium Wednesday afternoonn of
Last week. The decora!ons for the
occasion were In chage of Mrs.
George Patton and he committee
and beautifully carried out a coolr
scheme of the Yuletid. Main fea-
tures in the decorations were a
miniature fireplace ranged by
Mrs. W. R. Roberts, Jr, three table
arrangements by Mrs.Floyd Hunt
and Mrs. Patton, assisted by Mrs.
Marc Flelschel; an outside door
decoration arranged bi Mrs. Hunt,
assisted by Mrs. Franklin Jones,
and' the Christmas tre,, which was
decorated by Mrs. W.H. Welling-
ton and Mrs. B. E. lenney, with
Charles Brammar assisting with
Mrs. M. P. Tomlinon, program
chairman for the afernoofi, pre-
sented the following program.
"The Little Red La-k," by Paul-
ine Owens, accompanied by Miss
Erline McClellan; "Vater Milies,"
by the glee club; "Tro Children's
Christmas Pfayers," ly Mrs. W. A.
Roberts, and "Barc.rolle" from
Tales of Hoffman, a 'olin solo by
Mrs. E. Raimey, accompanied by
At completion of he program,
gifts were exchanged and refresh-
ROYAL SERVICE PROGRAM
AND CHRISTMAS SOCIAL
The regular Royal Service pro-
gram and Christmas social of the
Baptist Missionary S)ciety was
held Monday evening at the home
of Mrs. C. G. Costin on Monument
avenue. An interesting, program
was presented by the Martha
Circle, after which a social hour
was enjoyed. during which time
gifts were exchanged and refresh-
EPISCOPAL S. S PARTY
The members of tie St. James
Episcopal Sunday school enjoyed a
Christmas party Monlay afternoon
at the church. Carols were sung,
after which gifts were presented
to each member alorg with candy
Miss Jean Theobail of Apalachi-
cola is the guest this week of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Gloeckier.
S. L. Barke speit Christmas
Day in Tallahassee visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Conklin and
A. E. Conklin spent Sunday in St.
Andrews. guests of Mrs. M. 3.
Mrs. Joe Mira and small daugh-
ter, Dolores, arrived Sunday from
Pensacola where Dolores has beeh
under treatment at a hospital.
They will spend several days in
the city beforereturning to Pen-
sacola to continue the treatments.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Wooden and
family left Thurdsay to spend sev-
eral days in Moss Point, Miss.
Mrs. Joe Kennedy and Lawrence
Rollins of Gordon, Ala., spent Mon-
day and Tuesday in this city as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ear!
Rollins. Mr. and Mrs. Rollins ac-
companied) them home for Christ-
Major Hobbs left Tuesday for a
several days' business trip to
Washington, D. C.
Mrs. J. B. Gloeckler and small
daughter, Virginia, and Miss Jean
Theobald of Apalachicola spent
Monday shopping, in.:,Panima City.
Society Personals Churckes
LANETA DAVIS, Editor
Harold Smith of Chicago, Ill., ar-
rived Wednesday to visit realtives
in this city.
The Misses Idell and Mercedes
Murphy of Tallahassee and Sneads
were guests of their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Com-
forter during the holidays.
Nobbie Stone of Naples, Fla., ar-
rived Monday to spend the holi-
days here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Stone.
Cecil Coatin, Jr., student at the
Gulf Coast Military Academy, ar-
rived last Friday to spend the
holidays in the city with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Costin.
A. D. Lawson of Marianna spent
the holidays in Port St. Joe with
his wife and two daughters, Mrs.
C. E. Boyer and Mrs. E. C. Prid-
Judge and Mrs. Thos. R. L. Car-
ter were business visitors Monday
in Panama City.
Mrs. A. L. Ward and daughter,
Bobby, returned to this city Sun-
day after a several days' visit in
Pensacola and New Orleans.
Jimmie Greer left Wednesday
for Columbus, Ga., to spend the
holidays with his daughters, Doris
and Judy Greer.
Miss Juanita Gunn left Sundlay
for her home in Foley to spend
M. P. Tomlinson
MRS. SMITH ENTERTAINS !s
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
.Mrs. R. W. Smith entertained
the members of her Sunday school
class Wedensday evening of last
week at the Methodist church. Fol-
lowing a practice of the Christmas
pageant and other entertainment,
the class was invited to the home
of Mrs. Smith, where refreshments
were served and gifts exchanged.
Mrs. Nelson Haygood left Mon.
day for Montgomery, Ala., to spend
the holidays with relatives. While
in Port St. Joe she was the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
As we close 1940 and look forward hopefully to
1941, we wish to thank you for your patronage
during the short time we have been in business.
It is our sincere wish that you and
yours will have full measure of Health,
Peace and Contentment during
the coming New Year
CALL AT THIS STATION DURING 1941 FOR
GOOD GULF GASOLINE.
NO-NOX ETHYL GASOLINE
GULF PRIDE MOTOR OIL
SWin. H. Tomlinso~n's
QU la STATE ON
Monument Avenue at First Street
THE STAR_.PORT ST. JOE, GuL. COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940
THE STAR, PORT S'. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Miss- Sara Agatha VanHorn of BUND LEADER IN COURT
Pensacola spent Saturday. in this
city, the guest of Miss Alice Ruth .-. *. .. -' -. ':
SATURDAY, DEC. 28
Dr. Otto Willumeit, leader of the
German-American Bund in Chi-
cago, who was ordered to appear
Monday before United States At-
torney J. Albert Woll in Chicago
and present all Bund records for
fofts to brig him back leads to
the picture', exciting climax and
rounds out ,ne of the most un-
usual offer s to come out of
Hollywood i: recent months.
OFFICIA.S MAKE BOND
In order t take office in Janu-
ary, officialsof: Gulf county made
bond at the meeting of the county
commissioner last week. Those
posting bond were B. E. Parker,
sheriff; J. R.Hunter, clerk of cir-
cuit court; J.E. Pridgeon, county
judge; Tom wenss, superintendent
of public i.struotion; Edd C.
'ridgeon, ta: collector; Sammy
Patrick, tax assessor; George G.
Tapper, Roy,B. Whitfield, Jesse
Gaskin, W. B Connell and Jim S.
Daniel, country commissioners; C.
G. Rish, supeviosr of registration,
ind Carter Vardi and Dr. Thomas
Meriwether, members of board of
The Misses Louise and Marilyn
Soloman left Saturday for their
home in Perrr to spend the holi-
days with thhdr parents.
iW--,r -lv, P M.
St. Joe Bar and Billiard Parlor
ED GEORGE, Prop.
PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA
4 l .4
OWL SHOW 10:30 P. M. Romance of Stunt
S Stunt Men Playing With T ril Fi
Death!! ... and Living to M I T Fil
'TI'm Still Alive" Will Play at Owl
'1PM STILL ALIVE" Show of Port Theatre On
KENT TAYLOR Saturday Night
LINDA HAYNES That marriage and a career can
O mix, although it may take dra-
:natic adjustments, is the theme on
SUNDAY and MONDAY which is built the new screen ot-
December 29 and 30 fering, "I'm Still Alive," playing
MUSICAL COMEDY IN at the Port Theater at 10:30 Sat-
TECHNICOOurday. night in a special Owl
TECHNICOLShow. This film presents a viviC
/ 20 othCEcNTURY.-FO1 -, picture of the lives of the little-
n'\ known men who perform thrilling
$l M r/ i stunts for the movies, in thL
S course of its timely romance.
0,DonAMEaCHE. Bey GRABLE* Kent Taylor plays the part of a
dashing flyer who crashes planes
Comedy Latest News for the movies, and Linda Hayes
* .b ..9 a. 0 has the role of an arrogant screen
TUESDAY ONLY, I EC. 31 star who is transformed into a
f very likeable woman when she
marries Taylor. At her insistence,
Taylor abandons his risky profes-
sion and seeks a less hazardous
ilvelihood, but he can't find one.
And he's not the type to depend
on his wife to support him. On
this rock the marriage goes
HIT NO. 1 aground.
Discouraged at his failure to get
fA ffTff a job, Taylor accepts an acting
S* A DPl#fSj iob, but is a flop. When a young
stunt man is fatally hurt doubling
I" Wil GRANT MIIIH tLL
i. / NANA BRYANi 'L JO t fo Taylor. it proves the last
':'- .straw, knd he quits his marriage.
HIT'NO. 2 to barnstorm around the nation
with his plane.
Y The outcome of his wife's et-
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