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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: December 5, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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).
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S Port St Joe, site of the $10,000,000 The Star is dedicated to setting
duPont Kraft Piper Mill and the
dPoent Kraft Paper Mill and the forth the Advantages, Resources,
St. Joe Lumber & Export Co., one Attractions and Progress of Port
of the South's largest Saw Mills., L TH St. Joe and Gulf County .
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The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center ."


VOLUME V PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941 NUMBER 9


Public At Large REV' MARIETTA WILL Tax Rate Is Set BAND BOOSTERS TO OPEN Band Clinic Is
u ic A large GO TO ALABAMA CITY ax ate s SetREFRESHMENT BOOTH and ic Is

Is Indifferent To 1 Marietta, pastor >f At II'/1 Mills By Theo ras d opu 1 Convening In "
0 Rev. D. E. Marietta, pastor o-f The Band Boosters club, in or-
Is Indifferent T the Port St. Joe Methodist church At11 MillsBy der to raise funds, will a ng
for the past four years, has ben reshment booth in the down town
Defense Program transferred to O, la. by action Com issioners section,to be operated Friday a Apalachicola
of the Methodist Conference held teronons and all day on Satudrays.
Is Suffering From a Severe Case last week in Mobile. New minister Total of $16,079 To Be Raised On Home-made cakes, pies, cookies Eighteen West Florida High School
Of Over- and Super-Duper here will be Rev. O. D. Langston. Assessed Valuation of $1.540,. and candies will be offered, and Bands To Be Represented
Organization Rev. A. M. Shirah, pastor of the 000; Is Boost of 21/ Mills the public is urged to patronize In Two-Day Meet
Methodist church in Wewahitchka, the booth.
By RUSSELL KAY will be replaced by Rev. C. H. The tax rate for the city, of Port --The West Florida Bandi Clinic
Civilian defense officials are be- Chandler. St. Joe was set at 114 mills for Meeting Scheduled opened today in Apalachicola for
moaning the fact that the public the coming year by the board 0or a two-day session with eighteen
at large has assumed an attitude Kiwanians Hear city commissioners at their meet- T DiscussHousing high school bands represented by
of more or less indifference to the ing Tuesday night. The rate is i five selected members from each
program designed to prepare us Talk On Rural based upon an assessed valuation Needs Gulf County band. The young'musicians will
for any emergency on the home ao approximately $1,548,000 and assmbl this morning at Chapman
front. Housing Setup will raise $16,079 in revenue. --- high school, headquarters for the
True, "home guards" have been J I'. Total estimated cost of operat- Low Cost Rural Homes Will Be clinic, for the purpose of forming
organized in some communities: -ing the city during the coming Built Under Housing Program a 90-piece symphonic orchestra
harbor patrols are functioning at Ammon McClellan of. Marianna, year was placed' at $71,235, which In Northwest Florida and, after thorough rehearsals un-
other points; gasoline stations District Supervisor, Is Guest includes $15,100 for interest and -- der the direction of 20 music di-
have been opening and closing At Friday Night Meet sinking fund on the $175,000 Word received from Washington rectors, will present a concert at
like elevator doors, according to --dredging bond issue; $975 to com- this week states that funds for the high school auditorium.
:the ringing of the bureaucratic Ammon McClellan of Marianna, plete payment to the Smith En- constructing 375 low cost rural The affair promises to be one of
.'bell; Boy Scouts have scampered executive director of the North- ginee-ing company for street homes in the 21 counties west of the most outstanding clinics ever
:about collecting waste paper until west Florida Regional Housing work; $10,000 for street work in the Suwannee river are now avail- held in this district, as elaborate
their enthusiasm waned'; patriotic Authority, was guest speaker at the coming year, and $25,000 for able to the Northwest Florida Re- plans have been made tor a ,fu
groups led aluminum:drives; vol- the meeting of the Kiwanis club completing and equipping the new gional. Housing Authority; and' and Interesting program .during
.unteers took up positions on roof held Friday night at the Port Inn. municipal hospital. The. latter two meetings of the boards of commis- the two days..
tops to watch for enemy planes, Mr. MoClellan explained the items are contingent upon a pro- sloners in these counties have' Highlights of. the program in-
while amateur radio operators program in detail and said that posed $35,000 RIF loan. i'sen called to consider the matter elude a huge seafood dlixer for
::'manned a volunteer communica- Gulf county was slated to receive The actual budget ot '$20,260, as of their respective counties par- the visitors at.6 p. m. Saturday,
ion system. about ten homes under the pres- compiled by City Clerk M. P. Tom- ticlpating in the building program, a dance at the high school gym-
SSuch actlvies, as important ent setup, work on which will be linson, is as follow: The meeting of the Gulf county nasium toni~ig at 9:30 o'clocit t
.andi worthwhile as they may be, started shortly afMr the first of Police Department .........$5000 board of commissioners is sched- whish the public is invited, ait
.occupy the attention,, at best, of the year. Scavenger Department ..... 3500 uled for 9 o'clock next Friday the climate oTf he affair, the. con-
Sonly a limited number oB folks, Mrs. Basil E. Kenney is county Executive Department ...... 1800 morning at Wewahitchka, at which cert'of the 90-piece band in the
.and. their interest is hard. to susP authority for the RHA and J. Fire Department ....i.......2200 time Ammon McClellan of Mari. high school auditorium at 7:45
tain over a long. period of time White, county farm agent, will'be Street Lights ............. 600 anna, executive secretary of the tomor-owevening. Therewillbe.no
in the .ace of Inactivlty, other in charge of receiving applications Office Expense. ........... 720 Northwest Florida Regional Hous- charge to the public at the dance
than "being ready." for the new homes at his office Legal Expenses ........... 360 ing Authority, will be present to and concert.
Civic defense boards, councils in Wewahltchka. General Salaries ........... 30 outline what co-operation is neces- It is anticipated that there will
and-wnafttees have bwn set up. .Amos hie of Marianna, Kil- Street Maimtenance. ...... 2000 scary to insure the participatioa Of be a large number of Port St. Jo,
.nd their operation placed in the wanis lieutenant governor-eleet. Park Maintenance .......... 500 Gulf county in the program. .residents priqent' at tomorrow's
'hands of political favorites who was also a visitor at the meeting Miscellaneous ................ 180 The sum of $7,50,000' has been activities, since the local high
draw nice salaries and are charged and told of the training school Contingencies .............. 1000 provided for the construction of school band will have five repre-
with the responsibility of stirring held Sunday in DeFuniak Springs. Public Improvements ....... 2000 these new farm homes to replace sentatives taking part.
the public emotions and encourag- ----- ---Amounts budgeted include $1000 sub-standard farm dwellings in Members of the band selected
ing the average citizen to buckle AIR CORPS TO TRAIN for the purchase of a new truck the 21 counties. Moderate monthly by Director Roy Wood are Billy
on his armor and sally forth with AVIATION MECHANICS for t h e scavenger department, rentals will amortize the federal Waller, John Lane, Fay Morris,
(Continued on Page 2) and $1025 as final payment on the advance, the project being de- Joe Sharit and James Guilford.
SMen Between 17 and 25 Needed; new fire truck. The $2000 for pub- signed to execute itself without
Pine Ridge Revue To Get Pay While In Training lic improvements is provided to any direct taxation. Maria a o th
care for the city's share of WPA
Coming Saturday The huge expansion in the air- projects. INSIGNIA FOR DEFENSE On Reuben James
craft indiustfy has created a short- Estimated receipts. as set up by WORKERS AVAILABLE
age of skilled aircraft tradesmen. Clerk Tomlinson, are as follows: Tells of Sinking
Special Attraction to Be Featured. Preparing for the great demand Licenses ................... 5000 Will Serve to Identify Volunteers l
On the Stage of the Port for civilian aviation mechanics, Street Taxes ............. 750 Participating In Activities
Theatre Tomorrow the U. S. Army Air Corps is of- Rnce Track Funds ........ 3000 Men Blown to Bits In Sea By
ringg young men between the Amusement Taxes ......... 2100 Official insignia for enrolled Ship's Own Submarine
Roy Williams manager of the ges of 17 and 25 an opportunity Cigaret Taxes ............. 2300 volunteer workers under the civil- Depth Charges
Port theatre, announces that he to learn an aircraft trade. Original Gasoline Taxes ............. 2450 lan defense program of the Flor-
hs. billed a special attraction to appointments will be made to the Pines and Forfeits ........ 1750 'da State Defense Council are now While the American destroyer
appear on the stage tomorrow. It ositioas of trainee. aircraft and Dog Licenses ............. 150 available, according to George L. Reubel James was torpedoed and
is "Grandpappy's Pine Ridge Re-eine mechanic at a salary of ,Pound Fees.............. 15 Burr, director.. sunk on the night of October 31,
-ue." and promiess plenty of mu- approximately $50 a month. Building Permits ........... S The insignia will serve to iden- experiences of those on board the
sic and laughs to theatre patrons At the successful completion of Electrical Perdiits ........ 2b .ify volunteers participating in the ill-fated Vessel are still being told
The two big features of the re- ta six months' training period,it is 'cntenial Bldg. Rentals .. 50 variouss civilian defense activities, and one of these stories comes
vue are the Arkansas Hot Shots planned to promote trainees to Mliscellaneous Items ...... 240 There will be cloth arm bands, from a Northwest Florida youth,
and Arabella in her Gaden of the positions of junior aircraftand 1939 Taxes ............... 483 cloth sleeve insignia for uniforms. Lolyd, Sims of Marianna, a water
Eden dance. engine mechanics at a salary of 1940 Taxes ................. 698 mbroidered cloth or metal uni- tender on the Reuben James.
Picture for tomorrow is "Raw-[$1680 a year. Further opportuni- Tax Discount and Interest.. 199 iorm collar and cap emblems, cel- Sims relates that he jumped
hide Rangers," starring Johnny laDcu adnrs. 9,
hide Rangern, s tarring Joyhnny ties for advancement in the army 1941 Tax Levy ........... 16,079 luloid insignia of rank, civilian- dnto the sea after donning a life
Mack Brown, suppair corps are excellent in view of Est. Cash Bal. Deo. 31 .... S53 dress lapel buttons, and, automo- jacket and that as the ship went
Knight Oand Nell O'Day. the shortage of qualified aircraft rom Bond Issue ......... 35,000 bile insignia plates. down, depth charges (metal cans
An Owl Show is. scheduled for _echanis. -_ filled with high explosives and de-
11:15 tomorrow night, the picture Necessay forms may be ob- COUNTY SCHOOLS TO CLOSE Education Is Chief Weapon signed to rip open the hulls of sub-
Dennis O'Keefe and Judith Ander trained from the civil service sec- FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS Education is still our chief wea- marines), which had been set to
eson. Ticket wiland onudithale retry at the Port St Joe postof- All schools in Gulf county will pon against tuberculosis. Science explode at 50 and 100 foot depths,
10- 30fie or fm the Manaer close next Friday, December 19, has not, yet found a drug for cure went of when the sinking hulk
Fifth U. S. Civil Service District, for the regular two weels' Christ- or immunization. Christmas Seal 'reached those levels. He said
To Sail For Canal Zone Atlanta, Georgia. mas vacation, announces County funns pay for health information safety catch on the charges had
To SlFra o-- Superitnendent Tom Owens. nut in the hands of the people not been locked because theshp
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Smith visited X-Ray Important For Defense The schools will reopen on Jan- each month was in dangerous waters near Ice-
Mrs. Tom F. Smith and children The X y is onew reoen on J- eh moty 5, 1 ---- land. He stated that one depth
The X-ray is one of the most ira- uary 5, 1942.Xrs-
in Apalachicola Thursday. M-s. portant weapons this country has --Pastor Has Alabama Visitors charge tore his life jacket to bits
Smith and children will sail from for civil defense, according to Dr. Barters Have Week-end Guests Guests of ev and Mrs. R. F th he swam aost fo
New York on December 26 to join L di t of the Gulf h e di hours in the icy water bisfore he-
ier. Smith in Balboa,o Cnal Zone J" Lamb, director osf te SGulf Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Childeru and Hallford over the week-end wee ing rescued v anothIr )prroye,
where he ias been for thle past Icounty health unit. Christmas Seal .sn Ronaldi, of Tallahassee, and Rev. and Mirs. Josejth Bell of is nol know-n how iany men
few mo They are former res- funds help to make this "weapon. dwri Ba-tee of Rochelle. Ga.. Brin.tley. Ala.. M-. and Mrs. J. M. perished as the depth char ge
nt f ths available to all. sp nt the week-end here as guests Shields of -Hartford. Ala.. nd Rev ex:!oded. One member of the crew
-___f_____ I i Dr. anld Mrs. L. H. Bartee. and M's. Lon Riddle and daugh- said tha: he was with about 30
s Visit In Pensacola -- ------- ter o Al1)ertville, Ala. ime- oi a life taft al out 75 feet
Attends Defense Bond Meeting 'r. and r.Basil E. Kenneyl Dismissed FrOm Hospitali -- the sinin s when two
S. L. Barke. head of the defense Jr.. ai nd daughters spent the Mrs. Eddie Gibson was dismissed Spends Thanksgiving With Mother dei.:h chair, Ilt ,ls ',,p .Ift
liond committee in Gulf county, Thanksgiving holidays in Pensa- fonom a Pantama City hospital S.at- IR. S. ('trver and p 9i s P:'i ',n'," a T ,' r'I ;v when
attended a defense bond meeting rola with M-. and Mrs. N. E. urdav and returned to her home Thankasgiving with Mr. Carved's he I.iam batk .to the raft an'y 15
held in Panama City Tuesday. PBrown. here. .m other at St. Mary's Ga. imen were on it.








f"G TW TlESAPR T OGJ1. O'TFOIAFIADCME ,14


THE STAR
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,
under Act of March 3, 1879.

Subscription Invariably Payable' In Advance
One Year... hs..... Six Months......1.00
'Three Months..........65c

-4 Telephone 51 e-

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.

KEEP THE LIGHT SHINING
MAN never came closer to the gods than
Sin giving health to men." Cicero's words
are. sharply appropriate this Christmas, when
"Merry Christmas" may 'sound hollow, anri
"Peace on earth-gpod will toward men"
can, at the best, have only a prophetic ring.
But "good will toward men" can, and must,
be maintained in this world. And what bet-
ter way to maintain it than in literally giv-
ing health to men? This we do when we buy
Christmas Seals, and if you haven't yet sent
your money for the seals mailed you by H.
,H. Saunders, chairman of the Christmas Seal
drive in Gulf county, do so today, for the
-money derived from 'their sale is the sole
.suppbrt'of the National Tiiberculosis associa-
tion and its nearly, 1700.aff.iliated associations
from coast to coast. These' associations, for
years an integral part-of this cotintry's health
structure, now face there most crucial year of
their, work.
The grim curve of tuberculosis has always
swung upward during times like -these. We
can prevent this deadly climb. We can even
continue to force it 'downward as we have
during the .past'# thirty-odd years. '
We are armed against tuberculosis as never
before. We know far more about methods of
prevention, diagnosis and treatment. There
are more tuberculosis association which can,
if given financial support through this year's
Christmas Seal sale, handle the heavy work
ahead.
We have all read of the chest X-rays for
tubercuolsis being given selective service men
at Camp Blanding and other centers, and out
of these examinations will come this coun-
try's greatest opportunity to find persons who
are unaware that they have the disease that
keeps the "white plague" on the march a.
the chief killer of persons between 15 and 45.
So we stand a good chance of rewriting,
this time, the familiar grim story of war and
tuberculosis. If we don't rewrite that story,
with all of the knowledge we now have, we
shall justly be accused of criminal neglect
'that resulted in thousands of needless deaths.
We can step into the picture at this point
'because it is our buying and using Christmas
Seals that will keep the light of progress
shining against tuberculosis.

The Port St. Joe Star says: "Because ydu
can't kiss a girl the way they do in the
movies is no excuse for quitting." But if you
go home marked up with lip-stick you'll wish
you had quit.-Wildwood Echo. Sounds as
though Editor Maddox has had some experi-
ence along that line.

The tuberculosis germ has been the target
of more clinical and biological research than
any other microbe. Christmas Seal tunds
have paid for a considerable portion of this
research.

Smartest remark recently is that of a
- northern manufacturer that there is no use
trying to whip Hitler if you can't whip John
,L. Lewis first.-Exchange.

The housewife's next important problem is
how to dress the turkey for Christmas dinner.


TOYING WITH INFLATION
Congress is getting ready to make a bluff
at tackling the problem of avoiding inflation.
"Bluff" is used with full knowledge of the
purport of the word. It is justified by what
has already happened in Washington and
what is probably going to happen, unless the
American people make themselves more vocal.
Congress certainly recognizes the dangers
of inflation, but seemingly lacks the courage
to meet the problem in the only way it ca;n
be met. Next year is election year, when all
the representatives and one-third of the sen-
ators come up for re-election. Congressmen
from the cities fear the labor vote, and con-
gressmen from the country fear the farmer
vote. Senators fear both blocs. That is why
there is slim chance of any real anti-inflation
action.
Let's explain: To prevent inflation, it is
necessary to place a ceiling on prices of farm
products and manufactured goods; on rents
and on wages. Omit one of these, and the
result is failure. The vicious circle begins.
If farm products are allowed to soar in
price, the cost of living automatically goes
up. City workers find their dollar buys less,
so they ask and through their unions usually
get higher wages. Manufacturers of shoes,


clothing, hats, furniture and everything else ited, while his good wife has been
boost the selling prices 9f their goods because led to believe that she could get
of the higher wages they have to pay. The The Low Down no more silk stockings, would rim
farmer now finds every manufactured article from '- short' of cooking utensils,- and
he needs costs much more. His.remedy is to ilS Swaie wake up some morning without
Sf d -i even hairiin.
demand price increases for his farm products. But Mr. Ameria, inspite of it
Then the wage earners seek more wages to Editor The Star: all,finds himself fighting off the
meet this, and so. things go spiraling 'ever We been reafin', lots, bout ap- autonlbile and refrigerator sales-
upwardi until the worth of a dollar becomes peasenent. We been reading' ap- men. The" newspapers and maga-
a tragic joke. peasement ever since Mr. Chain- zines continue to carry bigger and
What is here depicted is not guesswork. berlin flew to Munich and Mama better- ads'6f iie'w siad- improved
Perkin""s oklayed thewesit-down. I wliie he is urged to buy.
It happened' 'in' Germany in the 1920's. It Perkins okayed the sit-down. I oes wic he is urged to buy.
It hapueedin Germany in the 1920s. wasn't any too sure about "ap- The ousewife who failed to join
ruined', the middle class, closed factories, peasement," so I got out our Web- the mad throng of frightened wo-
threw workmen out of jobs, and largely ster .It said appeasement is, to men who mbbed stocking coun-
paved the way for the rise of Adolf Hitlei. .pacify, by satisfyin' the other guy. terms finds she 'cal obtain, a lot
The bill.the house banking committee has So just right .there alone, in the more hose than he.can think-of
concocted is not even a weak stab at pr- definition, ou ca n-see appease- purchasing on every store counter.
mconent can't work. Any durn fool and at prices even less than.some
venting inflation. It does not deal with the knbws you can't satisfy everybody. f !le: alarmed' !sisters paid. .a
question of wages. When it comes to farm ,So in the first place we should month or so ago. Gasoline stations
products, it not only permits 110 per cent ot have begun with a haymaker and '-r we're closed a few weeks ago
so-called parity prices, but in many cases al- forgot about appeasement. Bullies now stay open all night, and some
lows 20 per cent above that figure. It should savvy haymakers. Nipped in the of them are putti'pg in more
be called a bill to hasten inflationbud. we wouldn't have had the pumps.
be called a bill to hasten inflation, world-wide jam we got now, and Another thing, Mr. Average Citi-
The time is now 10 minutes to 12 for pres- Mr. Adolf Schicklegruber (you zen finds it very, very hard to
sure by a mightier group than either the know I like your idea of referrin' work himself into even a semb-
farm or labor lobbies-the great mass of to Hitler only as "Schicklegruber") lance of a lather on the question
American people. For once inflation starts, It and; Mr. Lewis, etc.. wouldn't be of defense, whether it be at home
median eoe or one struttin' around and takin' up the or abroad, when he sees congress
will hit the farmer and the workingman as whole sidewalk. and the administration more or
viciously as any group.-Tallahassee Daily You raise your offspring via the less unalarmed and unconcerned
Democrat. Freud system of appeasement ver- over the fact that the national
,sus via the woodshed, and. some program is allowed to stop any
WHY IT'S "XMAS" day he's gonna embarrass you. time some peanut labor official
Yours with the low down, sees fit to raise his hand and call
The ancient Christians abbreviated the JO SBRRA. out a hundred thousand workers.
spelling of the word Christ to a capital X. In ------ True, the president and congress
have openly admitted that defense
fact, many clergymen of the Catholic faith PUBLIC AT LARGE strikes are not helpful to the pro-
in signing letters to their confreres frequently IS INDIFFERENT TO sram, but so far they haven't had
used the phrase "Yours in Xto," meaning DEFENSE PROGRAM the courage to do anything about
"Yours in Christo" or "Yours in Christ." A (Continned from Page 1) iit. A bushy-browed labor leader
(Contied fro Page 1) :,practically tells the president to
number of ancient monuments of the middle no compensation other than that practio hell in not even a nice
ages show similar abbreviations of the word intangible reward which attends way, and gets away with it. La-
Christus. the knowledge that they "seen bor leaders, thus encouraged, lick
So there is ample authority in religion and their duty and done it!" heir chops and. call for another
From the viewpoint- of an ob- I their chops and, call for anotr
symbolism for our modern abbreviation of From the viewpoint of an ob-series of longer andi larger strikes
server, it would appear that like while Mr. and Mrs. Average Citl-
the word Christmas to Xmas. a lot of other efforts, this civic sen are DEFENSELESS in spite
It must be admitted that most of us em- defense 'program is suffering from iof all our frantic DEFNESE ef-
ploy the abbreviation as a time-saving device -a severe case of over- and super- forts.
and without the slightest knowledge of its duper organization. Committees It just don't make sense, and!
origin. The X originated among ancient Latin have been appointed on top of until we get it into our head that
r committees and councils on top of we are all in the same boat-gov-
and Greek scholars for the specific purpose councils, charged with the super- ernment, labor, industry and lay-
of emphasizing the figure of the Christ, the vision of anything and everything man alike-and all take our turn
X being a symbol of the Cross of Calvary. from the herding of finger prints at the oar and pull together un-
And if we are going to eliminate the ab- to the tabulation of tiddledewink selfishly and patriotically, W.
breviation, weoughtto go hole an experts.. aren't going to get very far.
breviation, weought to go whole hog an The cry of "wolf, wolf" has been r--
make it "Christ Mass," for that was the ringing throughout the land so AIR TRAFFIC JUMPS
gensis of the festival.-Miami Herald, long and so loud and so consist-
ently, without the appearance of Pan-American Clippers carried
"Twenty-three years ago, America fought any wolf, until the confused and into and out of Miami during the
to make the world safe for democracy Now bewildered "average citizen" has first 10 months of this year a to-
to make the world safe for democracy. No failed to hear it any more than tal of 81,425 passengers, corn-
look at it."-Port St. Joe Star. Right-23- he hears the ticking of the clock pared with 65,009 for the first 10
and it's pretty well "skiddooed," hasn't it?- on his mantel or the drip of the months of 1940. Throughout 1941.
Florida Times-Union. leaky faucet in the sink. aiir traffic in and out of Miami
1 He has been warned, re-warned, has averaged 25 per cent above
threatened and admonished that last year,
Lightning and the CIO never strike in the his gasoline was short. his paper ----
same place, but the CIO seems to strike more was scarce, his automobile becom- The Star is $2 per year-sub-
than lightning does.-Clermont Press. ins extinct, his refrigerators lim- ecribe now!


THE STAk, PORtT ST. JOE, GULF COUINTYP FLORIDA


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941


PAGE TWO


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, A THREE


Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harmon and
baby of Washington, D. C., have Miss Frances Palmer of Chatta
baby of Washington, D. C., have hoochee spent Thursday of last
returned to their home after spend- Society P rs n s ohee pewith her parents, Mr
ing last week here as .guests of lS eeka hrCue:with Palmer parents, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jones. anr Mrs. Curtis Palmer.
*;r LANETA DAVIS, Editor .
Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS! Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Reed and
Mrs. Benjamin, Darlington of Tar-
BAPTIST W. M. S. OBSERVES SMTH-STEBEL MRS. BROWN HOSTESS Tmn Darlington of Tar-
FoREGNMISSIoN wEEK SMITH-STEBEL MRS. BROWN HOSTESS TO io Springs were Thanksgiting
CLA f lED ADS FOREIGN MISSIONN WEEK J. P. Smith and Miss Jane Stebel! ALTAR SOCIETY.MONDAY B 'is ,f Mr. and Mrsa. E Clay
The regular observance of Lottie were married last. Saturday in At- Mrs. Murphy Brown was hostess Lewis Jr.
.0 LOST S Moon Foreign Mission Week or lanta, Ga., at the home of the to the members of .the St. Joseph's' .
the Baptist Missionary society was groom's brother, B. I. Smith, the Altar society Monday afternoon at B. :H. Dickens Jr.. of Valdosta,
LOST--Small black zipper bag opened Monday with the first pro- ceremonyy being performed, by Rev. the home of Mrs. Charles 'Stevens G.a., visited over the week-end with
with sales tickets and checks, gram being held at the church. G. J. Davis, pastor of the Morning- oi. Eighth street. After the open- his parents, Mr and 'Mrs. B.. H
Finder please return to. Welling- Mrs. J. O. Baggett was leader side Baptist church. ing prayer by Mrs. Stevens, the Dickens. '
ton Cafe and receive reward. for the afternoon and; the devo. The bride, who came here four minutes were read and the tre-as- A -. a
tional was given by Mrs. R. F. years ago from Pahokee, is the urer's report given. Plans were Willis Rowan of the Orlando Air
ROOMS R RENT Hallford, followed by interesting daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. discussed for a Christmas tree for Base spent part of last week in
IF YOU have a room for rent, talks by Mrs. L. E. Voss, Mrs. C. .3Stbel of this city. The groom is the children of the church to be, the city visiting his parents, Mr.
why not place a classified adver- A. McClellan, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon the son of Mrs. Lulu Smith of We held Tuesdha, December 23. and Mrs. W. F. Rowan.
tisemnt in The Star. The cost Mrs. Daisy Staten, Mrs. J. F. Mil- wahitchka and is a native of Gulf During the social hour which
lowry and returns are gratifying.tt ler, Mrs. E. B. Dendy, Mrs. A,. H. 'county. He has been employed at followed, the hostess served sand- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Edward. and
Try it today. tf
S AGEN WANTE Howell and Miss Myrtice Coody. Tyndall Field but resigned recently wiches, tea and cake to members Henry Drew of Jacksonville are
AGENTS WANTED After the program, a shortbusi- to become manager. of the Schick present. visiting in the city this week.
Family Group Funeral Protection ness meeting was held, presided Shaver company office in Miami, ~ & r
Cash Benefits up to $200.00 per over by the president, Mrs. W. H. where the young couple will make J. R. Huutern of Wewahitchka Miss Juanita Gunn spent the
person. Age limits 1 to so years. Howell, during which reports were their home. was a businesss isitor in the city Thannksgiv4ng holidays in Foley as
Monthly payment $1.00 per family. given by various cnairmen and lasit Friday. the guest -o .her parents.
Wfit lirucuimarm.. iJUliritna Mrs Hallfo T d O j;jLAbifntedl l ader lp Jit,=A.IC


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MISCELLANEOUS
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Mortgage Notes. Call at The
Star office.
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LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS.
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: .
-Notice is hereby given that the
..ndersigned, pursuant to the "Fic-
titious Name Statute'," House Bill
'No.' 1175, Chapter No. 20953, Laws
;'d1 Florida, 1941, will register with
the Clerk of the 'Circuit Court, in
and .for Gulf County, Florida, upon
.receipt. of proof of the publication
of this notice, the fictitious name,
to-wit: ST. JOE FISH COMPANY,
under which I am engaged in
business at Port St Joe. Florida.
That the party interested in said
businesss s enterprise is as follows:
Atlon MeKeithee.
. Dated at Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida, November 7, 1941.


DR. J.C. COE
DENTIST -
Office Hours: 9 to 12; 1 to 5
Suidays By Appointment
Costin Bldg. Port St. Joe

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compounding

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Lunch, 12 to 2..........40c S
Dinner, 6 to 8 ...........40c C


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Griffin Grocery Building
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- .*l-u. aurora was app0 Ceacter
of the Intermediate 'Girls' Auxili-
ary.

METHODIST CIRCLES TO MEET
The Womens. Society for Chris-
tian Service of the Methodist
Church announces the places for
meeting next Monday as follows:
Circle No. 1 at the home of Mrs,
R. A. Costin, Circle, No. 2 at the
home of Mrs. G. C. Ajkins, Circle
No. 3 at the home of Mrs. A. 'M.
Jones Jr.

P.-T. A. TO MEET DECEMBER '1S
The regular meeting of the Par-
ent-Teachers association scheduled
for next Thursday has been post-,
poned to December 18, when. ,a
Christmas program will be held .

Miss Mimi Schneider, student*
at Florida State College' f6t Wo-'
men, and, Al Schneider, student at.
the University of Florida, were
week-end guests of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Schneider.
"'-ft. "
Mrs. C. J. Sullivan and Mrs.
Billy Hurlbut spent Saturday shop-
ping in Panama City.

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith spent
the week-end in Tallahassee as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M
Sheppard,.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Costin and
children of Wewahitchka were thu,
guests Sunday of Mrs. R. A. Cos-
tin.

Jimmie McNeill, a student at
Georgia Military Academy, Mill-
edgeville, Ga., was the guest of
his mother, Mrs. J. T McNleill,
during the Thanksgiving holidays.
.t* -f
Jessie Stone, student at Stetson,
College, Deland, was the guest ot
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Stone, over the week-end.

Miss Gwendolyn Spencer, who
is taking training at Camp Roose.
velt, spent the Thanksgiving holi-
days here as the guest of her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Pridgeon.

Cecil Costin Jr., was the guest.
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Costing, during the Thanksgiving
holidays.

Mrs. Tom Alsobrook of Talla-
iassee spent the week-end in the
:ity visiting her husband.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Evans spent
Thanksgiving in Wewahitchka. the
;uests o: Mrs. Ruth Logan.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sullivan
f Laurel Hill spent Saturday here
s guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
ulivan. Mrs. J. Lewis and Mrs.
W. Simmons, who had been
pending several, days in the city,
,turned to their homes with them.

Richard Mahon of Eglin Field
is the guest of Walter Cooner
several days, last week..


Announcement is being made
the marriage of Miss Patty L
Tones, daughter of Mrs. John Kel
of Point Washington, to Stok
Domengeaux of this city, la
Thursday, November 27, in Wew
hitchka, Judge Earl Pridgeon o
ficiating. The only attendants we
Miss Fay Shiver, Miss Merle Pa
and George Applewhtie.
The young couple will make th
city their home, where. Mr. D
mengeaux is employ'di 'by the S
Joe Paper company.

..BAPTIST, CHURCH SERVICES
R. F. Hallford, Pastor
.9-:45 a..m.-Sunday School.
11:00 a. m.-Morning worshi
Sermon topic: "A Threefold Sa
nation."
6:30 p. m.-B. T. U.
7:30 p. m.--Evening worshi
Sermon subject: "The Great Opt
Air Meeting."
If you are not worshipping els
where, we will be happy to hav
vou bring ycur Bible and the chi
Iren and worship the Lord with u

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Prescot
were the Thanksgiving guests a
:'*. and' Mrs. George Gaskin i
Wewahitchka.

Miss Marilyn Solomon was th
guest of her parents in Perry du
log the holidays.

Mr. and Mrs. Miles Hurlbut an
small son, Kenneth, spent Sunda
through Tuesday in Birminghan
Ala.

Mrs. A. Dragoin and small so:
of Cowarts. Ala., were the week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E


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1 Crochet Useful Gifts for Christmas 1


IF you like your Christmas gifts to be gay
and charming, yet practical at the same A
time, here are four ideas that will please
you. On -the practical side, too, you can
crochet all of these gifts yourself, for a
mere pittance. Three balls each of red and
white pearl cotton will make a set of four
hangers that will do honor to the most
pretentious clothes closet. The crocheted glass jackets are handy for.the
hostess and they'll be gay and festive in red, white and blue-pearl cotton.
Use variegated pearl cotton to crochet the set of hot plate nats which
will give the desired protection and lend a not#.bf color to a fble setting.
For a'good cook on your list, apke a set of two or four of these pot-
holders.' Use two shades of pearl cotton reversing your colors to make
some light with dark lettering, others dark with ltht Directions for.
crocheting these gifts may be obtained by sending a stamped, self-addressed
envelope to the Needlework Departmept o( th s rper, soecifying de.
*ain #9266.


Oyster Has Hard

Time In Battle

Against Enemies

Conservation Department Waging
War On Marine Growths
Preying On -Bivalves "'


that organ. inside out, .and feeds
on the meat inside. The drum fish
crushes the oyster like a stone
crusher and then devolrs the
meat,
The oyster has a hard time, in-
deed, concluded Mr. Comforter,
and we agree with him.-*Apalachi-
cola Times.

Get Teachinn Certificates


'Charley's Aunt'

Playing At Port

Sunday-Monday

Jack Benny Plays Title Role Sup-
ported By Kay Francis and
James Ellison
Jack Benny, rated as the great-
est comedian of our time, makes
his bow as a woman in the im-
mortal comedy, "Charley's Aunt,"
at the Port theater Sunday and
Monday.
The story is that of Jack who
helps out two college pals by mas-
querading as his friend's aunt.
While clothed as the aunt, he
chaperones two young ladies and
receive. two marriage proposals.
Then, at the height of his imper-
sonation, the real aunt comes on
the scene. How he and his friends
get out of their predicament makes
for one of the funniest comedy cli-
maxes yet screened.
Preview audiences hailed Jack
Benny's performance and called
him the funniest thing in skirts.
Kay Francis is the real aunt who
turns up at the wrong time, and
James Ellison is the friend who
needs the help.
An impressive cast of laugh-
provokers have placed in the sup-
norting roles to make this the
funniest comedy of the year. They
are Edmund Gwenn, Anne Baxter,
Reginald Owen, Arleen Whelan,
Laird Cregar and Nrnest Cossart.
Seals Clear Up 'Hot Spots'
Christmas Seal funds are used
to clear up the "hot spots" of tu-
berculosis-y-ong adults, men in
industry, negroes and Indians.

WORK comes in BOTTLES'
clean painted surfaces
.WITH

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An oyster with 44 parasitic State -Superintendent of Schools .
'conchs attached to it was tonged Colin English announces that Mar- "'
Monday by W. H. Brooks near In- garet Leoua Smith of Port St. Joe.
dian Pass. The oyster was brought and Anne, Leonard Wlesiger of
'to Apalachicola 'by Peter Corn- Wewahitchka have been awarded CONCENTRATED
forter, conservation department in- Florida teaching certificates based PAINT CLEANER
spector, who had received it from on two years of college work and Harmless to paint and hands. Pour
Brooks as the former was measur- four years of college work, respec- n little in water, wet surface, wipe
and SURPRISE The Job is Done.
ing and inspecting bivalves taken tively. 25s at your Drug, Hardware, Paint
Sor Grocery'Store. If your dealer
.from 'Westward, bars at Oscar ---- --- does-not stock send 25q and a 30
Bragdon's Lagoon Beach seafood Mr. and 41rs. Elgin B13yess and Stamp to
house.: children of Tallahassee we'e the W. B. CHAPMAN Laboraty
Conchs, lecherous marine growths week-end guests of Mrs. Nora Colorado Springs.'Colo.
wv)icih feed upoi the meat of oyis- Howard.;.
ters ara,' along with mussels, bor-
ing sponges andi boring clams, de-
strl uctiyg enemies of the most fa-
mous of seafoods. They sometimes
destroy whole beds of oyster.s
I II-". m7ore in evidecnce in
the Western bars,, concls have
been found on nearly all bars in
the bay, according to Coinlfrter.
Various methods, be said. have
been developed to eradicate them
and these methods are now being

destruction. Th.e conservation de-
partment has declared war on tnar
posts, said Comforter, and it is
hoped they can be exterminated in
the near: future.
The oyster, informed the in-
spector, does everything it can to
protect itself, but it has so many
enemies that its existence is a
continual fight. As soon as it at-
taches itself, in the form of spat,
to an object, it begins to build a When you feel well. It is misery when you don't.
limestone shell about itself. But Have you ever dragged through a day made miserable
even after the limestone armor by. a Headache, Neuralgia, Muscular Pains or Functional
is complete the oyster is not safe, M enstrual Pains-a day when only your sense of duty'
so numerous, are its enemies, kept you on the jpb?
aquatic creatures with drills, suc- Dr. MileS Anti-Pain Pill
tion pumps, crushers and other
implmlnents of warfare. usually relieve Headaches. You will find them effective
One, type of snail drills a hole also in the relief of the other nagging pains mentioned
through the oyster's shell with a above. lICuaula Package
rasplike tongue then inserts its A package of these 25 Tablets, 25 .
pconemy Package
pl)r)obo s -into the hole and cevours prompt acting pain re- 125 T .
the ]:i 'lt. lie i!lspector went on levers may save you Og
to say. A s arfilh, romfanic_ as tlhe hours of suffering.
nmoile s',i- -' 'cotiei'- t V O3- Read full directions
ster with flui,! ndh. Having done
this, insertts its stomacIth between
the shells by practically turning.


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The racing season in Miami is
scheduled to open on Saturday,
December 20, when the first races
will be run at Tropical Park in
Coral Gables. The meet will run
through Tuesday, January 13.
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Attends Rotary Lunchoon
Rev. Frank Dearing of Panama
City attended the Rotary luncheon
here this week.