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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: January 3, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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The Star-Florida's fastest grow-
ing little newspaper-dedicated to
the betterment and upkuilding of
the City of Port St Joe.


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


The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center


VOLUME IV PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY., FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1941 NUMBER 13

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CCC Will Enroll

1500 In January

Certain That Those Passing Re-
quirements Will Be Ac-
cepted Immediately


There's a job open for every
physically fit unemployed Gull
county male between the ages of
17 and' 23"/2 years, it is pointed out
by B. H. Dickens, member of the
Second District welfare board.
"The CCC will enroll some 1500
young men during January for the
.purpose of bringing the state's en-
rolled strength up to the quota of
about 5000 men," said Mr. Dickens.
"For the first time the number of
pending applications is so small
that it is possible for me to make
the positive statement that any
young man who applies promptly
for enrollment is certain to be ac-
cepted in the event he meets the
requirements."
Pending white applications for
the entire Second welfare district
now number but 32. The-present
number in camp from the district
is 528, and from Gulf county 19
Enrollees receive $30 per month
compensation while in camp, in
addition to food, clothing, dental
and medical attention, and train-
ing in certain skills. Applications
should be filed at the nearest dis-
trict welfare office.
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'-CITY COMMISSIONERS
SET MILLAGE FOR 1940
At a special call meeting of the
board of city commissioners last
Friday afternoon the millage for
1940 was set at 9, one mill under
that of 1939.
The cut was made due to the
fact that $1000 remained from last
year in the bond interest and sink-
ing fund., and on the basis of pres-
ent collections it is believed that
the nine-mill levy, will be suffici-
ent.
The commission will meet in the
first session of the new year next
Tuesday evening at city hall.

To Play In Chicago Orchestra
Harold' Smith will leave today
to join Don Raye's orchestra of
Chicago, Ill., which, will open an
eight weeks' engagement at the
Tampa Terrace hotel in Tampa on
'January 10.


NATIONAL DEFENSE ITEM


This coin-operated electric-eye sub-
machine gun, demonstrated by Et-
eanor Shoupe, has attracted the
attentionn of military men, who re-
gard it as a valuable Instrument
for teaching rookies to sight a
moving target. The electric-eye
contact will save ammunition costs
$hey say. ....... : ...,
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GERMANS ON THE MOVE IN THE BALKANS


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Reports from Budapest say that upward of 300,000, Nazi troops are
passing into Slovakia and through Hungary to the southern border
of Rumania (1). The movement may be intended to checkmate Rus-
sia, which is said to be preparing to occupy Moldavia up to the
Siretul River (2). In this connection it is reported that German
engineers are directing the construction of successive defense lines
on the Pruth and Siretul rivers and in the Carpathian Mountains.
The Soviet apparently have closed the frontier at Galati (3). ihe
Germans also may be preparing to go through Bulgaria to attack
Greece. In the Greco-Italian hostilities the port of Valona (4) was
reported to have been again smashed with aerial bombs. Naples
(5) was likewise raided by British fliers.


'Sonny Boy' Will Home Guard Unit

Appear In Person Will Meet Tonight


Youngster Made Famous By Al
Jolson To Be On Stage of
Port Theater Saturday.

All of you who saw Al Jolson's
"Sonny Boy" will remember the
youngster who played the title
role. -Well, now you have the op-
portunity to see him in the flesh
on the stage of the Port theater


All Men Interested In Joining the
Organization Are Invited
To Be Present

A meeting of the Gulf County
Home Guard' unit has been called
by Captain B. E. Parker for S:00
o'clock this evening at the Legion
Hut, and all officers, men who
have made application to join the


tomorrow. unit and those who are interested
He has appeared on the screen in joining are urged to be on hand
in "Mammy," "Sunny Side Up" at the meeting.
and in "Our Gang"' comedies and
and in "Our Gang comedies and It is expected that shortly after
is now making a tour of the coun- i o G
inauguration of Governor Holland
try, appearing at all the leading o Hln
, appearing at all the leading steps will be taken by the state to
theaters.
theaters. organize the guard on plans al-
Don't miss seeing "Sonny Boy'' n t t d e
Don'trmiss seeing "Sonny BOY"eady set up. and the local unit
Vallee in person at the Port thea- r set up l he al
Vallee inpers desires to be ready to begin train-
r tomorrow! ing as soon as the guard is oflici-


COUNTY AGENT RESIGNS

E. R. Nelson, county agent of
Gulf county for the past ten
months, has resigned his position
and will retire to private life, ac-
cording to an announcement from
the extension division of the Flor-
ida Department of Agriculture.
Nelson's position will be filled
immediately in order that here
will be no interruption in service
to farmers of the county.
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CALDWELL HONORED
Congressman Millard Caldwell,
retiring after 10 consecutive years
in congress, was honored last
week by the Young Democrats at
a banquet where he was presented
with a silver plaque.
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'COUNTRY IS OKEH'
Greeted by reporters on his 75th
birthday, Col. Peter O. Knight,
Tampa lawyer, wlen asked for a
statement, said: "The country is
not going to hell, nor are we .go-
ing to give it back to the Indians."


ally formed.


'GONE WITH THE WIND'
WILL PLAY HERE SOON

The greatest motion picture of
all time, "Gone With the Wind,"
entirely in Technicolor, will play
at the Port theater Januaryl 16 and
17, according to Manager Roy Wil-
liams. ,
The picture has not been cut
and will be shown in Port St. Joe
just as it has been shown in other
cities during the past year. Price
of admission will be but slightly
higher than the regular admission
now charged.

DEATH TAKES JUDGE-ELECT

Roland Brown, county judge-
elect of Franklin county, who was
to have taken office in a few days,
died Sunday at his home in Apa-
laohieola. He was a veteran or
the World War and saw service
overseas with Company E, 106th
Engineers.


GET YOUR LICENSE OR BE
SERVED WITH WARREN

City Clerk M. P. Tomlinsor
states that warrants will be is
sued after January 4 for all in
dividuals and business houses
who have not secured their cit)
occupational licenses for 1941,
The licenses run from October
1 to September 30 of each yeal
and were due three months ago


Flu Epidemic Is

Mild Says Boar<

Health Authorities Urge Precau
tionary Measures and Tell
What to Do

Floridians are warned to be o0
guard against an outbreak of ir
fluenza, and several cases already:
have developed in Port St. Joe an
vicinity. State health officials point
out that there is no cause fo:
alarm and state that the form o
influenza now prevalent is mile
and urge precautionary measure:
as a means of avoiding it.
The state board' of health saic
that the exact number of cases ii
the state is not known, but many
had been reported, indicating .thai
the epidemic which started' in the
West and has been sweeping the
country for the past few weeks
has reached Florida.
Persons having colds or feveI
should immediately isolate them-
selves, the board said, and call a
physician. It was pointed out that
prompt care and! attention would
prevent serious illness ""d '.ss of
time from work, while neglect and
carelessness might lead to compli-
cations.
A bulletin issued by the board
urged persons, with colds, coughs
or fever to stay away from other
neople-especially babies and el-
derly persons, avoid kissing any-
one, use disposable tissues for
nose and throat discharges and
dispose of them promptly, wash
hand frequently, especially after
coming in contact with discharges,
consult a physician and follow his
instructions. If fever is evidenced,
patient should go to bed immedi-
ately.
Sufferers are cautioned to avoid
the use of alcohol, which in the
case of "flu" lowers the resistance
instead of increasing it, making it
just that much harder for the body
to throw off the disease.
Influenza itself is not particu-
larly dangerous, officials pointed
out, but warned against failure to
recognize and treat it promptly,
since the real danger would arise
from complications caused through
neglect which might lead to pneu-
monia,

Westbrooks Are Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Westbrook
and daughter, Norma Jean. of
Mobile, spent Thursday of last
week in the city, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Howell and Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Gilbert.

Return From Mobile
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Sutton and
children, Merita and Leonard, Jr.,
returned' last Friday from Mobile
where they visited relatives.

Attend Orange Bowl Game
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Schneider
and family attended the Orange
Bowl game in Miami on New
Year's Day.
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Accepts Position In Miami
Roselle "Mickey" Stone left Sat-
urday for Miami, where he has ac-
cepted a position.


T Tampa Fair to Be

Held Feb. 4 to 15

More Than $100,000 Has Been
Spent On Improvements
During Summer

,Spending $100,000 on improve-
ments during the past summer,
Florida .State Fair officials have
launched final plans for the 26th
annual exposition which is, to be
held in Tampa from February 4
Sto 15.
There are vpow 24 big steel and
concrete exhibition halls with over
i- 300,000 square feet of floor space,
and virtually every foot of it has
been reserved. At least 15 coun-
ties will be represented by agrt-
i cultural displays and thousands of
- individual exhibitors will compete
" for the $40,000 offered in cash pre.
miums.
Sponsored by the Florida Cattle-
r men's association, another beef
Stock show will be held as one of
Sthe exhibition's features, while
i over 5000 birds will be shown in
the poultry exhibition. State insti-
tutions, the federal government, 4
huge chemurgy show presented for
the first time in Florida, Tampa's
great cigar industry exposition, t
flower show and acres of displays
for garden products will combine
to parade Florida's wealth before
an expected half-million visitors.
There will be many entertain-
ment features, including the pro-
duction "The Salute to Freedom,"
two or three days of auto racing,
thrill shows and many vaudeville,
circus and hippodrome attractions.
Midway attractions will be tii-
nished by the Royal American
Shows, which has winter quarters
in Tampa.
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
WILL MEET NEXT MONDAY
'Uhe first meeting of the board
of county commissioners of Gulf
county for the new year will be
held at the court house in Wewa-
hitchka next Monday, January 6,
at which time the newly-elected
members will be seated.
Meeting date was stepped up
one day in order that board mem-
bers might attend the inauguration
ceremonies at Tallahassee next
Tuesday.

Mrs. Ben Graves left Wednesday
for Watervliet, N. Y., to join her
husband who is employed at the
arsenal in the northern city.

VALUABLE ROOT


J. M. Hampton of Blowing Rock,
N. C., Is shown here with probably
the largest ginseng root ever dis-
covered in the Blue Ridge Mourf-
tains. The root tipped the scales
at one pound and one ounce. Gin-
seng sells for more than $15 per
pound, and a root gatherer rarely
ever finds one with a weight of
more than three ounces.


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FAQETwo HE TARPOR ST.JOE GUL CONTYFLOIDA RIDY, JNUAY 3,194
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THE STAR
Published Every Friday at Port St. Joe, Fla.,
by The Star Publishing Company
W. S. SMITH, Editor

Ep-tered as Second-class matter, December 10,
1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Florida,
under 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.

1940 IS GONE
The old year 1940 has passed into history.
Its record, whether good or bad, has been
written. Contemplation may bring satisfac-
tion to some of us; to others it may recall
only opportunities that were lost, and ne-
glected chances. But whatever the situation,
1940 is done. It is gone. Forget it!
Turn your eyes towards the coming twelve
months. The yield of 1941 may be rich or
poor, largely depending upon what use we
make of it. The years have a habit of re-
turning to all of us just about what we put
into them. What kind of an investment are
you planning to make-service or selfishness?
Make 1941 the best year in your life.
Plan to do something worthwhile for your-
self, for your neighbors, for Port St. Joe, and
for the general good of all.
Then, it will truly be the best year.

MUSSOLINI WILL BE STOOGE
It is obvious that the purpose of British
strategy now is to eliminate Italy as a major
belligerent in the war. That thought unques-
tiionably underlay the recent British naval in-
vasion of the Adriatic Sea-a body of water
which Italy should be able to control with
ease. England is rapidly liquidating Italian
military influence in Africa.
There seems to be little doubt that Signor
Mussolini is on the down grade and that the
magnificent Fascist empire he envisioned has
small chance of being realized. II Duce has
but two alternatives, both of them unpleasant
from his point of view-he must either sur-
render to England, or ask that Hitler save
him. The first alternative is extremely un-
likely-Germany could not permit it without
risking a tremendous loss of prestige. The
second alternative means German domination
of Italy, which seems to be in the offing as
German troops in large numbers move east-
ward. The Italian people will not like that,
but there will be little they can do about it.
Reports say that Gestapo agents are already
in Rome.
It looks as if from now on Mussolini will
be only Hitler's stooge.

In Amherst, N. M., a new bridge has been
built across Quohquinnepesessakessaanaghok
brook. Wonder if the bridge is as long as
the name?


AIRCRAFT MAKERS LEARNING LESSON
American aircraft makers and designers
are learning many a lesson from this war. The
planes sent to England have not been satis-
factory-that is, they have not been compar-
able in effectiveness to the first class British
and German ships. As one British authority
said, the Americans make first-class flying
machines, but third-class fighting machines.
Reason: According to the English, the Amer-
ican planes have been inadequately armored
and under-gunned, and have had too many
complicated controls to distract the attention
of nervous pilots confronted with the enemy.
These defects, according to officials, are
being corrected in the new ships. There will
be fewer blind spots, more armor, more guns
and fewer gadgets. Also, performance will be
materially stepped up. Some of the American
planes which have been publicized as 400-
mile-an-hour performers have, under war
loads and war conditions, done little better
than 300. It is taking time to iron the bugs
out of our newer type big- engines.
The British are now replacing their famous
Spitfire pursuit ships with a new type, which
is supposed to exceed 400 miles under full
load, is extremely maneuverable, and has an
unprecedentedly fast rate of climb. Rumors
say that the Germans also have some new
types of which great achievements are ex-
pected. The German problem is gasoline-
German planes downed in England were
found to carry gas of 50-octane content. That
is too poor a fuel to even turn over a modern
American engine of the 1000-horsepower
class.

AGRICULTURE IS PREPARED
According to Secretary of Agriculture
Wlickward, agriculture is well prepared to
play its part in national defense. There are
adequate supplies of foodstuffs and plenty of
soil fertility to meet any call that may come
to the American farmer.
Agriculture's role in national defense is
vital. The nation is fortunate that its farmers
are so well able to do their job.

The recently proposed "double budget"
system-under wihch all regular federal ex-
penditures would be included in one budget,
and all extraordinary expenditures for de-
fense in another and sepaarte budget-may
be a step in the right direction. The proposal
involves balancing the regular budget in the
next fiscal year, and imposition of defense
taxes to amortize all borrowings for arm&.
ment over a fixed and definite period of years.

", We note that a West Virginia factory has
paid its workers off with silver dollars. What
is it trying to do, impress them with the fact
that wealth can be a burden?-Savannah
Press.

Some synthetic foods are being made of
wood in Germany. And we thought termites
were the only eaters of wood.

Just a reminder: That there are only 356
shopping days until Christmas.

SOpen season on tagless cars is at hand. The
line forms at the right.


they don't have 1942 in fine print
Son the back. That makes it look
The LOW DJOWn good for 1941 and dubious for
from 1942.
Willi S But besides looking' at calendars
Willis Swamp as an omen on what to expect, I
been nosin' around at service sta-
Editor The Star: tions, and grocery stores, and at
the Wewahitchka bank, and at
There are quite a few signs, other places-and just about every
here and there, that things are place they all check up with the
getting' better. I do some of my calendar. Business is gonna be
prediction' from the calendar. If the good' in 1941.
St. Joe Ice Co. and Creech Broth, So all in all, I feel purty good.
ers and: the A. N. Railroad Co., etc., By the end of 1941 maybe we'll git
are getting' out a calendar for 1941 a few new governors, and a few
it is a good omen.. It shows that new congressmen, andt maybe less
they expect to last andthef year, 'meddlin' in everybody's business
at least. by old Sambo hiimself-and that
And thlis year we are getting' will be a good omen for 1942.
more calendars. I feel better. Yours -with the low down;
But the calendias 'I gdt, -s- far, j JO SERRA.'


HAVING A 'SWILL' TIME
Two men in MacClenny are hav-
ing a ''swill" time trying to find
enough hogs to eat all the swill
they are receiving under their con-
tract for hauling away all the
scraps and .swill accumulated at
Camp Blanding. The 750 hogs they
now have can't make a dent in
what they are getting-and this is
just a "drop in the bucket" com-
pared to what there will be when
60,000 men arrive at the camp.

AUTO RACES AT FAIR
Automobile races, sanctioned by
the International Motor Contest
association and sponsored by the
Racing Corporation of America,
will open and close the Florida
State Fair on Tuesday, February
4, and Saturday, February 15.


OUR DEMOCRACY byMat


200 YEARS AGO-
HOMES, FARMS,
SMALL MILLS AND
SHOPS. OPERATED
BY INDIVIDUALS;
REPRESENTED
S WEALTH.


TODAY MILLIONS OF INDIVIDUALS POOL THEIR.
WEALTH TO PROVIDE CAPITAL FOR. VAST
ENTERPRISES. THE NATION'S 64,000,000
LIFE INSURANCE POLICYHOLDERS HAVE A
BIG STAKE IN U.S. INDUSTRY THROUGH THE
INVESTMENT OF ASSETS WHICH 'ARE THE
SECURITY BEHIND THEIR POLICIES.


There is something about this I MUST be explaine-d, not only to


country of romance that stirs the
imagination. In its history is the
stuff of dreams. Its future is still
beyond imagining.: Nothing like it
has ever happened in the world
before. Nothing like it will evMc
happen again.
It's rich-this country of ro-
mance, and powerful. But these
are not the things that make it
irresistible to the people of other
less romantic lands. It's something
in its spirit .. in its dreams .
in the freedoms it takes for
granted, in a world where freedom
of any kind has become something
very rare.
Little people farmers, shoe-
makers, soldiers, half a world
away are thrilled with stories ot
this, fabulous land. Their eyes
brighten when they talk of it. The
great men of this land are "giants
on the earth." It's a land where
great ideals have been realized
and where humble people have
found a chance to do the things
they dream of only in other coun
tries. The great documents of this
land are not tiresome legal papers.
They are great epic poems. They
glow with promise. They speak of


the millions of foreign-born people
within its borders but to millions
of others who were born here. The
barrage of criticism and actual un-
truth from overseas is having an
effect. It must be' counteracted by
people who believe in the Ameri-
can way-for America is the coun-
try of romance.
The finest article in the world
must be advertised. And even a
country that believes so funda-
mehtally in every individual's pur-
suit of happiness that it's written
in its first great state paper, must
tell its. story to the people of the
world!!

CHATTAHOOCHEE JACKETS
CLINCH STATE GRID TITLE
The Chattahaochee high school
Yellow Jackets clinched the state
six-man football championship last
week with a 26-6 victory over the
Dunnellon Tigers at Ocala, and
laid claim to the Southern title af-
ter meeting all challengers.
The Jackets won the mythical
crown three weeks ago when they
defeated Lebanon Junction, Ky.,
32-8, but Dunnellon, undefeated in
the Central Florida Conference,
chnllengspe their right to the title.


man's rights. They even mention ------- ----- .
the pursuit of happiness. The pui-
suit of happiness in a document oP SOME CHRISTMAS MENU!
state! It is incredible to those who Housewives who had a tough
haven't grown up taking it for time preparing Christmas dinner
granted, for the family can get a little con-
Ssolation from examining the menu
It's easy to believe in this ro-used at the Florida State Hospital
mantic land in its ideals at Chattahoochee. Here it is: A
its institutions its ways of ton and a half of roast turkey, 250
carrying on the every-day affairs dressing, 250 gallons o
gallons of dressing, 250 gallons or
of life, fruit salad, 75 gallons of giblet
A little talk-a little explanation gravy, 45 cases of English peas, 45
and men and women know that hampers of fresh string beans, 6
this is where the promise lies; crates of ce'lery hearts, 60 gallons 1
that this country, with its brief ro- of cranberry sauce, 1,100 pounds of
mantic history and its inexhaust- fruit cake and 500 gallons of cot-
ible riches, is the hope of the fede.
world. M T be t I A d
But it IMUST be talked' about.` It Advertising doesn't cost-it-paysr


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


FRIDAY, JANUARYS3, 1941








THE STAR, PORT. ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


MINNESOTA VISITOR
IS COMPLIMENTED
Complimenting her mother, Mrs.
W. J. Marron of St. Paul, Minn.,
Mrs. Victor Johnson entertained
at her home on McClelland avenue
Thursday afternoon of last week.
Decorations for the home were in
the holiday motif with a color
scheme of red' and geren.
Refreshments of tuna lish salad,
cookies, candy, nuts, coffee and
tea were served by the hostess to
Mesdames Franklin Jones, B. W.
Eells, Norman Briggs, J. O. Bag-
gett and W. H. Howell.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and
daughter, Miss Marigene, and Miss
Katherine DeCosmo spent Tues-
day in Panama City.

Miss Katherine DeCosmo of Ap-
alachicola is the guest this week
of Miss Marigene Smith.

The Misses Jean and Virginia
Hickey spent last week in Pensa-
cola, guests of their mother, Mrs.
Ann Hickey.



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GROCERY AND MARKET
Highland View
We Handle Nothing But
WESTERN MEATS-All Cuts
STAPLE and FANCY
GROCERIES and MEATS
We Keep Open Until Noon
Every Sunday


NO SUBSTITUTIONS
Substitutions for specified in-
gredients don't make a pre-
scription. That's why we never
substitute ingredients in your
physician's prescription. Ac-
curacy is our constant watch-
word. You can depend on us.

LeHARDY

PHARMACY



QUALITY

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WOMAN'S CLUB PRESIDENT
GIVES MESSAGE TO MEMBERS
It was announced this week by
Mrs. R. W. Smith, president of the
Port St. Joe Woman's Club, that
an executive meeting of the club
will be held at her home today at
3:30 p. m., and the regular meet-
ing of the club would be held at
the club room in the Centennial
building on Wednesday6 January 8.
The following is a letter from
the president to all members:
Dear Woman's. Club Members-
Your president wishes to bring you
a brief message for the New Year.
Before we forget the New Year's
resolutions we have already made,
let us make a few as Woman's
Club members. This year 1941
will be of momentous importance
in history. The things we do here
in our Woman's Club will not
amount to much as compared! to
larger world affairs, but let us re-
member that communities such as
ours make up the world. The in-
dividuals who are members of
such organizations as the Woman's
Club are co-operating all over the
world in. an effort to Improve our
imperfect civilization. Let us re-
solve to use our present opportuni-
ties profitably in order to improve
our personalities, our homes, our
community and our nation.
We can "do these things (1) By
continuing to learn, by keeping
ourselves well-informed, learning
to weigh and value information,
casting out that which would tend
to prejudice. (2) By making our
homes happy and efficiently oper-
ated, creating a haven in a, busy
world'. (3) By striving to upbuild
our community, co-operating with
all other civic organizations in
making this town a desirable place
in which to live. (4) By fostering
true patriotism, which goes deeper
than mere flag-waving, having a.*
its ideal not nationalism, but in-I
ternatioinalisin.
Let us, as Woman's Club mem-
bers, rededicate ourselves to the
high ideals set up by the founders
of our organization and in the
midst of chaos look ahead to world
peace.

ALTAR SOCIETY TO MEET
The regular meeting of the St.
Joseph's Atlar Society will be held
Monday aftenroon, January 6, at
the home of Mrs. J. J. Darcey on
Hunter's Circle at 3:30 o'clock. All
members are urged to be present.

Brinson Coody of the U.S.S.
Yaka left Monday after spending
a week here visiting with his sis-
ter, Miss Myirtice Coody. He ex-
pects to sail for Nova Scotia wa-
ters,

Mrs. J. B. Gloeckler attended
the Dare-Theoibald wedding in Ap-
alachicola last week.

Mrs. J. E. Rollins and daughter
Peggy and Miss Frenchy Wooden
returned to the city Saturday af-
ter spending several days, in Gor-
don, Ala., visiting friends and rel-
atives.

Theodore Brevard of Tallahassee
visited in the city this week.
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BAPTIST W. M. S. HOLDS
STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM
The Baptist Missionary Society
held its regular stewardship pro-
gram at the church Monday after-
noon with Mrs. Victor Johnson in
charge. The program was in the
form of a playlet ani was de-
veloped by the following mem-
bers: Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs. L.
V. Voss, Mrs. J. 6. Baggett, Mrs.
C. M. Palmer, Mrs. C. G. Costin,
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon and Mrs. A.
T. Gahgneiux.
After the program' the presi-
dent, Mrs. W. H. Howell, held a
short business session, after which
the meeting was dismissed.

METHODIST WOMEN IN
SPIRITUAL LIFE PROGRAM
The Women's Society of Chris-
tian Service of the Methodist
Church held' its Spiritual Life pro-
grahi at the church Monday after-
noon with Mrs. W. E. Boyd in
charge. After the program, Mrs.
Carl Chambers of Tampa beauti-
fully rendered a solo, "Be Still
My Soul." Following a short busi-
ness session the meeting was ad-
journed.

LOTTIE MOON GIRLS'
SOCIETY MEETS
The regular. monthly business
meeting of the the Lottie Moon
Girls' Auxiliary of the Baptist
church was held last Friday after-
noon. Following the business ses-
sion, plans were made for a social
to be held at an early date.
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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stafford an-
nounce the arrival of a son, Wal-
ter Larry, on Thursday, December
26, at a Panama City hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. John Blount are
announcing the birth of a daugh-
ter on Friday. December 20.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilder an-
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Friday, December 20.

Mr. ind Mrs. H. Lilius and small
daughter, Necy, left Sunday for a
week's visit with relatives in
Tampa.


Miss Mary Hale
than, Ala., visited
city Wednesday.
Cz *
H. A. Drake was
tor in Jacksonville
Saturday.


Pittman of Do-
friends in this


a business visi-
last Friday and


*
Mrs. Charles Doyle and daugh-
ter, Mis.s Eva, of Apalachicola.
spent Wednesday in this city as
guests of Mr. and Mi's. M. C. Ed-
wards and family.


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0 LEGALS k
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
Caroline Bruner Smick, plaintiff,
vs. S. Layton Smick, defendant.
The State of Florida:
To: S. Layton Smick, c/o Boys Vo-
iational School, Corner Illinois and
Arctic Avenues, Atlantic City, New
Jersey.
It is hereby ordered that you are
required to appear on the 3rd day
of February, 1941, before the above
entitled court, to the bill of com-
plaint filed against you in the
above entitled cause, and. The Star
is hereby designated as the news-
paper in which this order shall be
published once a week for four
consecutive, weeks.
.WITNESS the Honorable E. C.
Welch and Ira A. Hutchison as
Judges of this court and the seal
of this court in the City of We
wahitchka, Gulf County, Florida,
this 31st day of December, 1940.
J. R. HUNTER,
(Court Seal) Clerk Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida.
E. CLAY LEWIS, Jr.
Solicitor for Plaintiff. 1-3-31
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Court of County Judlge of Gulf
County, Florida.
In re Estate of
0. L. MADDOX, Deceased.
To all Creditors, Legatees, Dis-
tributees, and All Persons having
claims or demands against said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which
you, or any of you, may have
against the estate of O. L. Mad-
dbx, deceased, late of Gulf County,
Florida, to the County Judge of
Gulf County, Florida, at his office
in the Court House, in Wewa-
hitchka, within eight months from
date of the first publication of this
notice.
First publication December 20.
1940.
F. E. BAYLESS.
12-201-10 Administrator.

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Mrs. J. C. Logan of Pensacola is
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dauht;n r, Mr. and Mrs. Basil E.
Kenney, Jr.

Lucius Allen of Lan-ley Fildl,
Va., was the guest several days
last week of Miiss Alice Baggett.

MIr. and Mrs. Ronald Outlaw
spent the Christmas holidays with
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minister to Rumania Fabricua; Horia Sima, Iron Guard leader:
General Antonescu. Rumanian premier; King Michael and General
Hansen, commander of the German troops. They are shown re-
viewing the Nazi legions which occupied Rumania.

FOILS FOREIGN AGENTS


Unscrupulous foreign agents, des- way in Zane Grey's "King of the
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powerful element that threatens thriller in 12 chapters which will
the might of the British navy, are open soon at the Port theater. Do
foiled by Allan Lane and Lita Con- not miss the opening chapter.


NEW YEAR'S DAY IS QUIET
Calm and a general lack of ex-
citement marked the arrival of
1941 in Port St. Joe with the local
police force reporting only minor
routine infringements of the law.
For the first time in many years
there was no New Year's dance
in the city, much to the disap-
pointment of the younger folks,
but a goodly crowd gathered at
Beacon Inn on the beach to assist
in ushering in 1941.
Advertising does cost-it pays!
Advertising doesn't cost--it pays!


Returns to Camp DeSoto
Carlyle Matthews left Sunday
for Camp DeSoto. Tampa, after
spending the holidays nere as the
guest of his parents.

There are three species of cul-
tivated barley.


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