The star
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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: October 9, 1942
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Bu War Bond

RH^.v=.sy nBuy War Bonds
AR Every Pay Day

AYBOND DAY hSTLet's Double
STOP SPENDING-SAVE DOLLARS The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center

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State Starts On

Second Hundred

Million In Bond,

People of Florida Have Bought A
Average of $5,833,350 Monthly
Since May of 1941

"Florida started on its 'Secon
Hundred. Million Dollar War Bon
Sale' campaign on October 1, an
we are confident that the first hur
dred million was the hardest,
says John L. Fahs of Jacksonville
Florida administrator for war sav
Th. people of Florida have pm
chased an' average of $5,833,350
worth of War Bonds each mont]
since May 1, 1941, and have con
sistently led other southern state
in volume of sales.
.Outstanding among the pro
grams in the immediate future, fol
lowing the great leadership of th(
motion picture industry in Sep
!$0mber, are "Payroll Allo'tment,'
-The Schools At War," "Retailers
for Victory" and "Women's War
Bond Week."
*Eighty-five per cent of the bonds
sold to date has been through the

".Mrs. Kenney to Supervise
Red Cross Hospital Service
Council Activities In State

Mrs. Basil. E. Kenney of this
city has been .appointed as a. spe
.cial.. represenbatiye -to 'supervise
the- ar.ctviri's 'of Red Cross camp
and hospital service councils in
'-lorida, it was announced this
-aweek at Alexandria, Va., by W. L.
Millner, eastern area administra-
tor of services to the armed forces
for the American Red Cross.
Mrs. Kenney, who is a member
of the national camp and hospital
service council committee', and
who this week is attending a con-
ference of eastern area members
of the committee at Alexandria,
will be assigned to supervise in an
advisory capacity the work of the
Gulf Coast and Dale Mabry Field
camp and hospital service coun-
cils, being two of the 31 already in
operation in the eastern area.

The St. Joe Hi Sharks. trek to
Blountstown today for their first
football game of.the season, when
they meet the Bloun'tstown Tigers.
The local boys are. feeling pretty
confident, but rumor has it that
the Tigers this year have a fast,
strong team.

Selected As Naval Aviation Cadet
Carl A. Soderbetg Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Soderberg of High-
land View, has passed his exami-
nation for training as a naval avi-
ation cadet and -expects to be or-
dered to report shortly at the U.
S. Navy Pre-Flight School at
Chapel Hill, N. C.

Returns From Hospital
Mrs. Louis Perritt has returned
to her home here from a. hospital
in Fort Myers, where she under-
3went a serious operation.
To Work In Navy Yard
SOarlysle Matthews and Cornelius
VanHorn left last week for Pensa-
cola to go to work in the navy

,Mrs.- Ross Coburn and son and
.Miss Mary Earl Helms spent Sat-
.urday in Greensboro and Quincy.


USSR--A long line of Nazi soldiers, now prisoners of war, march into
viet Soldiers., These are some of the many prisoners'of war taken b
inr on the southern front in and around Stalinerad. -

" Observers To

r Get Arm Bands

e First Consignment -Is Now Being
Awarded To Those With
25 Hours or More

At long last, after many prom-
ises by Chief 'Oibserver W. S.
Smith (who in turn 'had been given
s promises, tbut no bands, by 'the
- A. W. S.) the coveted' arm bands
for observers serving on the Port
St. Joe A. W. S. tower have ar-
rived and are now ready for dis-
tribution to' those loyal airplane
spotters who have chalked up 25
hours or more on watch.
The arm bands are beautiful to
behold, and will be worn proudly
by those who have earned them;
The insignia is made up of two
golden wings, each 3% inches in
length, on each side of a white,
circle bearing 'the words "U. S.
Army Air Force-A. W. ,S."
The first band went 'to Mrs. W.
S. Smith, who has a total of 246
hours to her credit; next in line is
J. 0. Baggett, with 104 hours.
Others eligible for bands are M.
P. Tomlinson, W. W. Barrier, Mrs.
W. M. Howell, Miss Dorothy An-
derson, Mrs. H. I. Woodin, Miss
Margaret Belin and W. A. Biggart.
Mr. Biggart is a late comer to the
ranks of observers, but he has
been serving two shifts, from 2 to
6 Saturday mornings, and so has
more than earned his wings.
The St. Joe post has been al-
lotted 'but 20 arm bands at this
time, and somac who will shortly
have made their 25 hours may
have 'to wait for their wings, but
the chief observer has been as-
sured that more bands will be
forthcoming in the near future.
Wilbur Darcey Married
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Wilbur Darcey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Darcey of this
city, to Miss Hazel Bagley, daugh-
ter of Mr. and, Mrs. R. H. Bagley
of Douglas, Ga., the ceremony hav-
ing taken place May 27 at Carra-

Visit Parents Over Week-End
Miss Margaret Coleman and
Miss Ruth Jones, who 'are attend-
ing 'business college in Dothan,
Ala., viisted here over the week-
end with their parents.

What the well-dressed window
in Port St. Joe will wear: The V-
Home sticker.


Postmaster Drake Urges Chris
mas' Parcels Be Prepared Now

The .Star has already carrie
two stories and an editorial on th
early mailing of Christmas parcel
to the boys in the service, and no'
Postmaster H. A. Drake also urge
,those with friends or .relatives i
the service to mail them'package
now, and not later than Novembe
1, in order to insure delivery. Pa:
ties mailing packages should in
dorse each one with "Chrisitma
The size and weight should 'b
given consideration, too, says Mi
Drake, which should not exceed, 1
pounds in weight, 18 inches ii
length, or 42 inches in girth an
length combined. But the public i
urged to co-operate by voluntarily
restricting the site of Christma
parcels to that of an 'ordinary sho
box and the weight to six pounds
Not more than one package o1
parcel. shall be accepted in an:
one week, sent by or on behalf o
the same person or concern, to 0o:
for the same address. All pack
ages should 'be wrapped secure:
and no perishable matter should
be included in any parcel.
These articles are prohibited
Intoxicants, inflammable materials
including matches of all kinds and
r"er fluids; poisons or compo-
siti'ons which may kill or injury
another or damage the mails ar;
Above all, Postmaster Drake
said, the address should be legible
and complete.


Manager Ben Rivers of the Port
theater announces that on next
Thursday and. Friday, October 15
and 16, will :be shown one of thle
epics of the Battle of the Pacific,
"The Battle of M-idway."
The 20-minute short was ac-
tually filmed while the. battle with
the Japs raged and should be seen
by everyone, as it shows just how
our boys go into action.

Uncle of Mrs. Rester Killed
Funeral services were held Sat-
urday afternoon at the Millville
cemetery for G. H. Haskell, an
uncle of Mrs. L. C. Rester of this
city, who was killed at the Panama
City paper mill the previous



Drive Getting

SGood Results

Home Owners Co-operating Whole-
q Z,.. heartedly In Kids' Campaign
.^ .' To Get In the Scrap

f, : '. The local scrap drive of the,
,.' .. "Schools At War" program got
under way Monday with all school
children from the. fourth grade
through high school excused from
afternoon classes in order that
they could make a house-to-house
canvass of the city and, vicinity to
S' gather and check on scrap material
All pieces of scrap metal too
large for the eager workers to tote
off will be called for by trucks to
be provided by Marc Fleishel,
o captivity under guard of armed So- chairman of the Gulf County Sal-
>y the Soviet soldiers in bitter fight- v.age Committee. All scrap is being
piled in the school yard, and. when
R it is believed all material readily
Sewing Room 1 available has 'been collected it
V will be segregated and sold to a
Opens Monday junk dealer, the proceeds 'to go to
t- the .school fund and to be' used
mainly to provide meals for un-
Volunteer Workers Will Resume derprivileged children.
The Making of Surgical Perhaps all of us do not realize
d Dressings 'the importance of this work on the
e Home Front. The accomplishments'
Is Mrs. R. V Coburn, of our armies are dramatic an -
-Mrs. R. V. Cobh=n, in charge ofi f --
,w in o f i easily seen; each man's effective-
the Red Cross sewing room for the I one of the group is cl .-7
making of surgical dressings, an- -
n ounces that the roomwl, b ope 'It -is harder tad see how individual
s again Monday and that those wo action makes for victory or defeat
Mr volunteered for the mak- on the People's Front. The scrap
men who. volunteered for the mak- d e being cond b o ,-
r- drive being conducted byl our chil-
ing of surgical dressings are asked n will show us what can be, ac-
i- b os 1 e g r dren will show us what can *be ac-
s assigned themon e regular day compilshed by thirty million young
Mrs. Coburn states -that ma- citizens working together, small as
e chines and materials have arrived, the part of each may be. They will
r. there being some 9000 pieces of help us to see how important our
material on hand with about 25,000 own individual actions are.
n-more on the way. When these youngsters call at
d The sewing room is being fixed your. home for scrap material,
s up generally and lights have beenhave it ready for them-give it to
y installed to better carry on this them freely in order 'that our huge
Ls most necessary work. war machine may keep turning.
e More workers are needed, and
any women desiring to assist are DON'T FORGET THE
r asked, to get in touch with Mrs.I SCRAP MATINEE AT
y Coburn immediately. PORT TOMORROW

GEORGE TAPPER NOW Everybody in Port St. Joe and
'BASIC FLYING CADET' vicinity-kids and grownups-are
d George Tapper, son df Mr. 'and 'invited to the "Scrap Matinee" at
Mrs. Robert Tapper of this city, the Port theater at 10 o'clock to-
who has been at 'Carlstrom Field,' morrow morning, when *the price
Fla., receiving primary training, of admission will be 15 pounds of
d is now stationed at the Army Air : scrap .material. The pictures to be
Force basic flying school at Bain- shown are. "Shooting High" and-
e birdge, Ga.,, and after completion "Swing Cleaning."
I o courses there in flying, airplane All scrap collect d will be turned
and engine operations, radio code over to the Kiwanis club, which
e and communication, military law, in turn will donate it to the scrap
e meteorology and military hygiene pile at the school house.
he will be sent to another field for ----- -----
advanced training, his last before THIRTY COLORED MEN
receiving wings -and 'the gold bars GO TO CAMP BLAND)NG
of a second' Iieutenatn. Thirty colored men left for Camp
Blanding yesterday as 'the first
| Visits With Coburns contingent of selectees from GulT
Seaman First ,Class Robert L. !county for October.
t Smith, foster son of Mr. and Mrs. They were: Natahniel Bouie,
Ross Coburn, visited here for five Jonnie Best, James Crear, Charlie
days with .Mr. and Mrs. Coburn Campbell, Ike Calloway, McKinley
before reporting for duty on the Denham, Leroy Dawson, Will
U.S.S. Alabama. Dixon, B. A. Ferrell Jr., A. D. Far-
---- mer, Robert Griffin, Puritt Green,
Returns To Fort Belvoir jPete Gilbert, James Hall, Eddie
Manning Smith, who spent sev-' Harris, Robert Lowery, Raymond
eral days here last week visiting Lane, Jasper Mills, Tony McKelvie,
with his mother, Mrs. M. B. Smith. R. Peterson, S. J. Porter, Nolan
left Thursday of last week to re- Rogers. Patterson Reed, Joe Sut-
turn to Fort BOlvoir, Va., where ton, Robert Scott, Isaac Thomas,
he is stationed. Dave Wals, G. Washington, Frank
--- ----- Waters and John Whitley.
Transferred To Marianna -----
Willie Tharpe who has been sta- Visiting in Jacksonville
tioned at Craig Field, Selma, Ala., Mrs. W. 0. Anderson and daugh-
with the Air Corps, has been trans- ter, Betty, are spending this week
ferred to the field at Marianna. in Jacksonville visiting relatives,


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

Entered as Second-class matter, December 10,
1. 937, 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

-'{ Telephone 51 ja-

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.

Our Country Right or Wrong

We doubt that many of our readers have
waded through all that fine print in the "No-
tice of Election" that has been appearing in
The Star for a number of weeks past, and
so are probably unacquainted with the vari-
ous amendments to be voted on next month.
One of the most important of these amend-
mnents is the gas tax amendment, which will
appear on the ballot as No. 1. This is not a
two or four-year decision on the part of the
voters, but affects the question of taxation
and finance in Florida for a period of 50 years.
The question it presents is so grave and go
far-reaching that every qualified voter read-
ing this should study its provisions as set
forth on the opposite page and be prepared
to vote intelligently.
In a sincere effort to solve the state's vex-
ing financial problem, Governor Holland and
your legislature have devised this plan to re-
lieve the tax burden, and at. the same time
provide a means of paying our indebtedness*
in the form of bond obligations for roads and
bridges. They have done their work, and done
it well. Now it is up to you as the sovereign
voter to assume your sacred duty as the citi-
zen of a democracy and, through the ballot,
make known yur wishes.
Under the proposed plan, Floridians are

offered an 'opportunity to save a substantial
amount in their property tax, as its adoption
will make it unnecessary to levy ad valorem
taxes to pay the principal and interest of
county road bonds or special district road and
bridge bonds.
It provides that two cents of the present
gas tax be set aside each year for the next
50 years for the payment of road and bridge
bonds, both principal and interest. At pres-
ent, three cents is'allocated for this purpose,
but since the amount so pledged may be
changed, increased or decreased by each legis-
lature, it represents an unsatisfactory and
unstable condition, whereas if such payments
are stabilized and the entire indebtedness
definitely provided for on the two-cent basis
for a 50-year period, both taxpayers and bond-
holders will benefit, while the state's finan-
cial structure will be materially strengthened.
'Every thinking taxpayer must surely rce
alize that the burden of federal taxation must
of necessity become increasingly heavy,
therefore anything that will tend to relieve
local taxation during this trying period is of
the utmost importance.

Coffey county people are playing a new
game. They call it "Who?" The game starts
when somebody tells a bit of gossip about
anything concerning the war program or ac-
tivities, and another asks the question: "Who
said so?" This starts the game. The one who
asked "Who" then goes to the person named
and asks "Who?" Then that pe.so'n in turn
is asked "Who?" Those playing the game
say it is a lot of fun. Up to now, all reporting
say they have been unable to find any foun-
dation for any story investigated. It's a great
game. Why not try it?-Burlington (Kan.)

The Human Element I Trade at home-your local mer.
State highway patrolmen have chants have just what you want. -'
discovered only a negligible por-
tion of auto accidents are caused

by mechanical defects. Which
brings to mind the wheeze about
the nut behind the steering wheel.

Mahon Made Squadron Adjutant
Word has been received by Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Mahon that their
son, Richard, who is stationed at
Wilmington, Del., has been made
squadron adjutant.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Belin have
as their guest their daughter, Mrs. I
Nelson Haygood of Mobile, Ala.

Production of, steel in the first
half of 1942 set a new high record
of 24,570,247 net tons.

FOR RENT-Juniper Lodge at
Beacon Hill. Has 4 small apart-
ments, partly furnished. Will leas,.
at $25 per month to right party.
Inquire St. Joe -Lumber Company.
Phone 69-J. 9-4tf

Statement of the Oiwnership, Man-
agement, etc., Required by the
Acts of Congress of August 24,
1912, and March 3, 19:33, of The
Star, published weekly at Port St.
Joe, Florida, for October 8, 1942.
State of Florida,
County of Gulf, ss.
Before me, a notary public in
and for the' state and county arore-
said, 'personally appeared W. S.
Smith, who, having 'been duly
sworn according to law, dTeposes
and says that he is ;the owner of
The Star and that the following is
to the- best of his knowledge and
belief a true statement of the own-
ership, management, etc., of the

aforesaid publication for the, date
shown in the above caption, ito-wit:
We were talking last week with a travel- "That the name and. address of
,the publisher, editor, managing ed-
ing salesman who attended the national con- itor and business manager is: W.
vention of the American Legion held recently S; Smith, Port St. Joe, Florida.
That-'the owner is:, W. S. 'Smith,
at Kansas City. He said that compared with Port St. Joe, Florida.
past conventions this one was so quiet, a That the known bondholders.
Smortgagees and .other security
meeting of deaf mutes would be a riot in holders are: None.
comparison. I W.S. SiMITH, Owner.
'Sworn to and subscribed before
i me this 8th day of October, 1942.
Keep smiling-and Keep 'Em Flying. (SEAL) M. P. TOMLINSON,
SINotary Public



We invite you to visit ou'r pre-
scription department, where youtt
will see graduate pharmacists
compounding prescriptions with
the utmost care and skill. Co-
operation with your physician.
in his work of caring for your
health is our most important
function. To that end we use
only t he finest prescription
chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and
biologicals when filling your
prescription. "
We Use Merck Prescription Chemicals

LeHardy Pharmacyb
Phone 5 Port St. Joe

A meeting of the department of The Low Down
education of the Port St. Joe Wo- from
man's club was held last week at W llis Swa
the home of :Mrs. R. W. Smith to -j I-,
outline plans for the coming club I
year. At this time the following Editor The .Star:
appointments were made: Vice-
chairman,Mrs. eW. A. Biggart; -My "sad sights contest" is go-
chairma n, Mrs. Wrs. T.AV.MoBiggartr ing along great shakes. Anyone
and Mrs.leu oo iwho hasn't sent in an entry had
and Mrs. Leroy Goforth; public better do so pronto as the contest
education, Mrs. W. A. Biggant and is gonna close some day. So that
Mrs. George McLawhon; library Ie .e ta
extension, Mrs. Joe Gloeckler and you'll tkn ow how th e ontest is
Mrs. Tom Owens;' legislation, Mrs goin, I t you whos adin,
B. E. Rawls and Mrs. Nick Kelley. In first place, with the most
Plans were made to help build votes, as Sad Sights No. 1, is "a
up the libraries in both the white nice young felTer, up-an'-comin-
and colored schools by -making a looking but taggin' along with a
drive for bobks and magazines, sweetie in purple seersuckers laced
ahd tentative plans were also up the back-and leading' the gal's
made to conduct a literary, contest dog." That's No. 1, so far. In see-
in the schools, ond place, according' to the vote,
, The.matter of raising funds to is "a buxom young woman lettin'
carry -on .the work was also dis. some wrinkle-brow sell her on the
cussed and, the department expects idee that her head's- a vacuum an'
to hold a rummage sale in connec- she needs a shot of something' to
tion with the P.-T. A. Carnival on !maintain her morale. Without the
correct shade of purple for her toe
October31.nails, she'd fold up." Grandma
*Plans for adult education were Washington didn't fold up when
taken up at this time. The need George was crossing' the Delaware.
for a forum in Port .St. Joe to dis- She melted lead and made bul-
cuss problems of current interest lets-she didn't closet herself with
Is great, and the department of exhausted morale.
education expressed itself as being! Send your "Sad Sight" entry
willing to co-operate with other or- right away-you might win some-
ganizations in such a movement. 'thin'-mebbe everlastin' glory-
*4 mebbe three cheers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shirey were Yours with the low down,
week-end visitors in Silverhill. JO SERRA.
Ala., guests of their daughter, ---- --
Mrs. Alex LeGrone. Miss Christine Cargyle had as
overnight guests last Friday her
Miss Dorothy Anderson and Miss sister, Mrs. Alice Herring, and
Alice Calder were visitors in Tal- Miss Lorene Gilmore, both from
lahasse'e last Saturday. | Geneva, Ala.


0WV ,so that
you may read


We're fighting for free-

The familiar ring of
church bells. The right
to vote. Trial by jury.
Home,-secure from se-
cret police! Roaring mills
and factories run and
managed by free men.

We're fighting for the
very thing you're doing

now-reading an Ameri-
can newspaper. Getting
the news-both sides of
'he story to let you form
your own opinion. A free
press-and the truth!
Nothing held beck except
what will help thef enemy.

The American news-
paper ranks higi, among
the things tat heore
made America greea.


One of my thousands
of jobs is speeding the
whirling presses of Amer-
ica's newspapers. It's
great to serve the out-
post of American liberty,
your newspaper!

Reddy Kilowatt
Your Electrical Servant





First Reforestation Project America Leadls In Oil Chickens Have High Temperature In ,the. isolation of the ancient Butter Made On Horseback
^-flhe U. S. navy flying school at Approximately 63.2 per cent of IIn summer ,the body temperature world it took the invention of uwter is made by the natives of
Pensacola is the site of the na- the world's petroleum is produced of a chicken often reaches 106 de- wheeled vehicles about 2000 years 'nutina by dragging cream in a
tion's first reforestation project. by the U. S., Mexico and Canada, grees. to reach Egypt from western Asia. skin bag behind a horseback rider;


VitEREAS, The Legislature o 1941.
ander the Constltuton of 1885, ot the
State of Florida, did pass 9 Joint
Reolutions proposing a amendments to
the Constitution of the State of Flor-
ida. and the same were agreed to By
s vote of three-fifths of all the mem-
bers elected to each nouse: that the
votes on said Joint Resolutions were
entered upon their respective Journals
with the yeas and nays thereon and
they did determine and direct that
the said Joint Resolutions be ub-
mitted-to the electors of the State at
the General Election tn November
Secretary of State of ohe 'tate of
Florida. do hereby elve notice that e
will be held in each county in Florida
on Tuesday next succeeding the first
Monday in November. A. D 1942. the
,said Tuesday being the
,for the ratification or rejection of the
iaid Joint Resolutions proposing
amendments to the Constitution of
the State of Florida. viz:
an Amendment to Article IX of the
Constitution of the State of Florida
Relating to Taxation and Finance, by
Adding Thereto an Additional Section
Creating a State Board of Admints-
tration: Prescribing its Powers and
Duties, and Providing for the use of
Proceeds of Two Cents per Gallon of
the Gasoline or Other Mot6r Fuel Tax
for (1) the Payment and Retirement
,of All Outstanding Bonds issued By
Any County or Special Road and
Bridge District Prior to First Day of
July. A. D. 1931. for Road and Bridge
Purposes. and for (21 Public Highway
That the following amendment to
Article IX of the Constitution of the
State of Florida relating to Taxation
and Finance by adding thereto an ad-
ditional section to be known as Sec-
tion 16 of said Article IX creating a
State Board of Administration: pre-
scribing Its powers and duties, and
providing for the use of the proceeds
of, two cents per gallon of the gasoline
0orother motor fuel tax for (1) the
payment and retirement of all out-
standing bonds issued by any county
or special road and bridge district
prior, to the First Day of July. A. D.
1931 for road and bridge purposes.
and for (2) public highway purposes.
is hereby agreed to and shall be sub-
mitted to the electors of the State of
Florida for ratification or rejection at'
the next. General Election to be held
in' 1942. as follows:
'*Section 16 (a). That beginning
January 1st. 1943. and for fifty (50)
Sears thereafter, the proceeds of two
"(2c) cents per gallon of the total tax
levied by the State law upon gasoline
and other like products of petroleum,
now known as the Second Gas Tax,
and upon other fuels used to propel
motor vehicles, shall as collected be
placed monthly in the 'State Roads
Distribution Fund' in the State Treas-
-ury and divided into three (3) equal
parts which shall be distributed
monthly among the several counties
as follows:
One part according to area, one part
according to population, and one part
acoordlng to the counties' contribu-
tions to the cost of State road con-
struction in the ratio of distribution
as provided In Chapter 15659. Laws of
Florida. Acts of 1931, and for the pur-
poses of the apportionment based on
the counties' contributions for the
cost of State road construction, the
amount of the contributions estab-
lished by the certificates made in 1931
.pursuant to said Chapter 15659. shall
be taken and deemed conclusive in
computing the monthly amounts dis-
tributable according to said contribu-
tions. Such funds so distributed shall
be administered by the StateBoard of
Administration as, hereinafter oro-
(bl The Governor as Chairman., the
State Treasurer and the State Comp-
troller shall constitute a body cor-
porate to be known as the 'State
Board of Administration.' which Board
shall succeed to all the power, control
and authority ol the statutory Board
of Administration- Said Board shall
have, in addition to such powers as
may be conferred upon it by law, the
management, control and supervision
of the proceeds of said two (2c) cents
of said taxes and all moneys and other
assets which on the effective date of
this amendment are applicable or may
become applicable to the bonds of the
several counties of this State, or any
special road and bridge district, or
other special taxing district thereof.
issued prior to July 1st. 1931, for road
and bridge purposes. The word
"Bonds" as used herein shall include
honds time warrants notes and other
forms oft ndebtedness issued for road
and bridge purposes by any county or
special road and bridge' district or
other special taxing district. out-
standing on July 1st. 1931. or any re-
funding issues thereof. Said Board
shall have the Statutory powers of
Boards of County Commissioners and
Bond Trustees and of any other
Authority of special road and bridge
districts, and other special taxing dis-
tricts thereof with regard to said
bonds. (except that the power to levy
ad valorem taxes is expressly withheld
from said board) and shall take over
all papers, documents and records
concerning the same. Said Board
shall have the power from time to
time to issue refunding bonds to ma-
ture within the said fifty (50) year
period, for any of ,said outstanding
bonds or interest thereon, and to se-
cure them by a pledge of anticipated
receipts from such gasoline or other
fuel taxes to be distributed to such
- county as herein provided, but not
at a greater rate of Interest than said
bonds now bear: and to issue, sell or
exchange on behalf of any county or
unit for the sole purpose of retiring
said bopds issued by such county, or
special road and bridge district, or
other special taxing district thereof.
gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation
certificates bearing interest at not
more than three (3) per cent per an-
num in such denominations and ma-
turing at such time within the fifty
(SO) year period as the Board may
deterne. In addition to exercising
the Nwer' now provided by statute

for the investment of sinking funds.
said Board may use the sinking funds
created for said bonds of any county
or special road and bridge district, or
other unit hereunder to purchase the
matured or maturing bonds oartic'-
pating nerein of any other count;. or
other special road and bridge district
or other special taxing district there-
of. provided that as to said matured
bonds, the value thereof as an Invest-
ment shall be the price paid therefore
which shall not exceed the par "aluf
plus accrued interest and that said
investment shall bear interest at the
rate of three (3) per cent per annum
(c). The said Board shall annually
use said funds in each county ac-
count. first, to pay current principal
and interest maturing, if any. of said
bonds and gasoline or other fuel tax
anticipation certificates of such coun-
ty or special road and bridge dis-
trict. .or other special taxine
district thereof: second, to estab-
lish a sinking funr account to meet
future requirements of said bonds and
gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation
certificates where It appears the an-
tidipated income for any year or years
will not equal scheduled payments
thereon: and third, any remaining bal-
ance out of the proceeds of said two
(2c) cents of said taxes shall monthly
during the year be remitted by said
board as follows: Eighty (80%) ner
cent to the State Ro4d Department for
the construction or reconstruction of
State Roads and bridges within the
county. or for the lease or purchase
of bridges connecting State highways
within the County. and twenty (20%)
per cent to the Board of County Com-
missioners of such county for use on
'nads and bridges therein,
(d). Said Board shall have the
power to make and enforce all rules
and regulations necessary to the full
exercise of the powers hereby granted
and no legislation shall be required to
render this amendment of full force
and operating effect from and after
January 1st. 1943. The Legislature
shall continue the levies of said taxes
during the life of this Amendment.
and shall not enact any law having
the effect of withdrawing the proceeds
of said two (2c) cents of said taxes
from the operation of this amend-
ment. The Board shall pay refunding
expenses and other expenses for serv-
ices rendered specifically for. or which
qre properly chargeable to. the account
of any county from funds distributed
to such county: but general expenses
nf the Board for services rendered all
the counties alike shall be prorat d
among them and paid out of said
funds on the same basis said tax pro-
ceeds are distributed among the sev-
*ral counties: provided, report of
said expenses shall be made to each
iReular Session of the Legislature.
and the Legislature may limit the ex-
nenses of the Board."
Approved by the Governor. May 13.
Filed in office Secty of State, May
13. 1941.

an Amendment to the Constitution of
the State of Florida to be known as
Section 3 of Article XVII. Relating to
That the following Amendment. to
be known as Section 3 of Article XVII
of the present Constitution be and
the same is hereby agreed to shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
at the general election of Representa-
tives to be held in the year. A. D. 1942.
Section 3. If at any regular or spe-
cial or extra session, the Legislature,
by vote of three-fourths of all mem-
bers elected to each House, shall de-
termine that an emergency requiring
an early decision by the electors of the
State exists. an amendment to this
Constitution dealing with the subject
matter of such emergency may be pro-
posed. and If the proposed Amendment
be agreed to by a three-fourths vdt3
of all the members elected to each
House. the same shall be entered upon
their respective journals with the yeas
and nays thereon. Thereupon, at the
same session, the Legislature shall pro-
vide for' a special election to be held
not less than ninety nor more than
one hundred eighty days after ad-
lournment and for publication of
notice thereof, at which special elec-
tion the proposed Amendment shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
for approval or rejection: provided.
that if a general election of Represen-
tatives is to occur within said period.
such Amendment shall be submitted
to the electors at such general elec-
If a majority of the electors voting
upon the proposed Amendment shall
adopt the Amendment, the same shall
become a part of this Constitution.
This Amendment shall not be held to
sunersede r t i anywise affect any
existing provision of the ConstitutIon
relating to Amendments, but shall be
regarded as an additional method "
Amendment thereto.
Approved by the Governor. May 5.
Filed in office Secty of State. May 5.

an Amendment to Article IV of the
Constitution of the State of Florida
Relative to the Executive Department.
by Adding thereto an Additional Sec-
tion to Create a Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission.
That the following Amendment to
Article IV of the Constitution of the
State of Florida relative to the Execu-
tive Department by adding thereto an
additional Section to be known as
Section 30 of said Article IV. creating
a Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission be and the same is hereby
agreed to and shall be submitted to
the Electors of the State of Florida
,for ratification or rejection at the
General Election to be held on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday
in November 1942. as follows:
Section 3( 1. From and after Jan-
nary 1. 1943. the management. restora-
tion. conservation and regulation, of
the birds, game. fur bearing animals,
and fresh water fish. of the State o
Florida. and the acqutiltlon. establish-
ment. control and management atof
hateherlt. sanetmarsle. refuge. reser-
vtionth,.*n aN other omerty now

or hereafter owned or used tfor such
purposes by the State of Florida, shall
be vested in a Commission to be
known as the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission Such Commission
shall consist of five members, one
from each congressional district as
existing on January 1. 1941 who shall
be appointed by the Governor subject
to confirmation by the Senate The
members so appointed shall annually
select one of their members as Chair-
man of the Commission
Z. The first embers oi the Com-
mission shall be appointed on Janu-
ary 1. 1943 and shall serve respectively
for one, two. three., four and five
years. At the expiration of each of
such terms. a successor shall be ap-
pointed to serve for term of five
3. The members ol the Commission
shall receive no compensation for their
services as such. but each Commis-
sioner shall receive his necessary trav-
eling or other expenses incurred while
engaged in the discharge of his Of-
ficial duties. but such shall not ex-
ceed the sum of $600.00 in any one
4., Among the powers granted to the
Commission by this Section shall be
the power to fix bag limits and to fix
open and closed seasons, on a state-
wide. regional or local basis, as It may
find to be appropriate, and to regulate
the manner and method of taking.
transporting, storing and using birds.
game. fur bearing animals. fresh water
fish, reptiles and amphibians. The
Commission shall also have the power
to acquire by purchase gift. all prop-
erty necessary, useful or convenient
for the use of the Commission in the
exercise of its powers hereunder
5. The Commission shall appoint.
fix the salary of. and at pleasure re-
move. a suitable person, as Director.
and such Director shall have such
powers and duties as may be prescribed
by the Commission in pursuance of
its duties under this Section. Such
Director shall, subject to the approval
of the Commission, appoint. fix the
salaries of. and at pleasure remove.
assistants, and other employees who
shall have such powers and duties as
may be assigned to them by the Com-
mission or the Director. No Commis-
sioner shall be eligible for any such
appointment or employment.
6 The funds resulting from the
operation of the Commission and from
the administration of the laws and
regulations pertaining to birds, game
fur bearing animals, fresh water fish.
reptiles and amphibians. together with
any other funds specifically provided
for such purpose shall constitute the
State Game Fund and shall be used
by the Commission as it shall deem
fit In carrying out the provisions
hereof and for no other purposes. The
Commission may not obligate itself
beyond the current resources of the
State Game Fund unless specifically
so authorized by the Legislature.
7. The Legislature may enact any
laws In aid of. but not inconsistent
with. the provisions of this amend-
ment and all existing laws inconsist-
ent herewith shall no longer remain
in force and effect. All laws fixing
Penalties for the violation of the pro-
visions of this amendment and all laws
Imposing license taxes, shall be en-
acted by the Legislature from time
to time.
Approved by the Governor. May 5.
Filed in office Secty of State. May
5 1941.

in Amendment to Article Five of the
Constitution of Florida by Adding
Thereto an \ddltional Section Relat-
'ng to the Election of Circuit Judges
That Article 5 of the Constitution of
the State of Florida be amended by
adding thereto an additional Section
to be known as Section 46 of said
articlee relating to the Election of Cir-
suit Judges be. and the same is hereby
agreed to and shall be submitted to
the electors of the State of Florida
for ratification or rejection at the
General Election to be held on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday
'n November 1942. as follows:
"Section 46. Circuit Judges shall
hereafter be elected by the qualified
electors of their respective judicial
rircults as other State and County
officials are elected.
The first election of Circuit Judges
shall be held at the General Election
in 1948 to take office on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in
January. 1949. for a term of six years.
The terms of all such offices as they
shall severally -exist at the time of
adoption of this Amendment shall be
and they are hereby extended to ter-
minate on the first Tuesday after the
first Monday in January 1949."
Approved by the Governor, June 12,
Filed Into office of Secretary of State.
June 13. 1941.

an Amendment to Article Sixteen of
the Constitution of Florida, by adding
thereto an additional Section Permit-
ting the Legislature to vest the Powers
of making Rules and Regulations Re-
lating to the Conservation of Salt
Water Fish and Salt Water Products
in a Board or Commission.
That Article Sixteen of the Consti-
tution of the State of Florida be
amended by adding thereto an addi-
tional Section to be known as Section
32 of said Article 16. authorizing the
Legislature to vest the power of mak-
.ng rules -and regulations relating to
conservation of salt water fish and
salt water products in a board or com-
mission, be and the same is hereby
agreed to. and shall be submitted to
the electors of the State of Florida
for ratification or rejection at the
General Election to be held on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday
nla November. 1942. as follows:
"Section 32. The Legislature may
vest in such Board or Commission,
now created or that may be created
by it, authority to make and establish
rules and regulations without regard
to uniformity of application, relating
to the conservatiun aof salt water iabh
and salt water producta"
Approved by the Governor. Jn 12,s

Filed In office Secretary e o State,.
June 12. 1941.

an amendment to Artic:e 1. Section 3.
of the Constitution of the State of
Florida. Relative to Census and Ap-
,portionment. by Amending Section 3.
of said Article so as to Designate
Broward County as a Senatorial Dis-
trict and designate Calhoun County
and Gulf County as i Senatorial Dis-
That the following amendment to
Section 3 of Article I of the Con-
stitution of the State of Florida. rela-
tive to Census and apportionment.
designating Broward County as the
thirty-ninth (39) Senatorial District.
and Calhoun County and Gulf County
as the fortieth (40) Senatorial District.
be and the same Is hereby agreed to.
and shall be submitted to the electors
of the, State of Florida for ratification
or rejection at the Generaf Election ,o
be held on the first Tuesday after the
first Monday in November 1942 as
Section 3. The Legislature that shahl
meet in regular session A. D. 1925 and
those that shall meet every ten vears
thereafter, shall apportion the repre-
sentation in the Senate. and shall
provide for forty (40) Senatorial Dis-
tricts, such Districts to be as nearly
equal In population as practicable.
but no County shall be divided in
making such apportionment. and
each District shall have one Senator:
provided that Broward County. Flor-
ida. shall constitute the Thirty-ninth
(39th) Senatorial District. and Cal-
houn County. Florida and Gulf Coun-
ty. Florida. shall constitute the For-
tieth (40) Senatorial District: and at
the same time the Legislature shall
also apportion the representation in
the House of Representatives. and
shall allow three (3) Representatives
to each of the five most populous
counties. and two (2) Representatives
to each of the next eighteen more
populous counties, and one Represen-
tative to each of the remaining coun-
ties of the State at the time of such
apportionment. Should the Legislature
fall to apportion the representation In
the Senate and in the House of Rep-
resentatives. at any regular session of
the Legislature at any of the times
herein designated. It shall be the duty
of the Legislature or Legislatures suc-
ceeding such regular session of the
Legislature. either in Special or Regu-
lar session:- to apportion the repre-
sentation in the Senate and -in the
House of Representatives. as herein
provided. The preceding regular Fed-
eral or regular State Census. which-
ever shall have been taken nearest
any apportionment of Representatives
in the Senate and In the House of
Representatives, shall control in mak-
ing such apportionment. In the event
the Legislature shall fall to reappor-
tion the representation In the' Leeis.
laturp as required by this amendment
the Governor shall (within thirty days
after the adjournment of the regular
session) call the Lerislature together
In extraordinary session to consider
the question of reannortionment and
such extraordinary session of the Leg-
islature is hereby mandatorilv reoulred
to reapportion the representation as
required by this amendment before
its adjournment (and such extraordi-
nary session so called for reapportion-
ment shall not be limited to expire at
the end of twenty days or at all, until
reannortionment Is effected. and shall
consider no business other than such
Approved by the Governor. June 7.
Filed in office of Secretary of State.
June 9. 1941,

an Amendment to Article VIII of the
Constitution of the State of Florida.
Relating to County and Municipal
That the following amendment to Ar-
ticle VIII of the Constitution of the
State of Florida relating to County
and Municipal Governments. to be
numbered Seclton 11 of said Article
VIII. be and the same is hereby agreed
to and shall be submitted to the elec-
tors of the State for ratification or
rejection at the next general election
to be held In November. 1942. to-wit:
Section 11. The County Commis-
sioners of Dade County who shall be
elected at the general election in 1942
shall immediately after the beginning
of their terms of office, redistrict
Dade County Into five County Com-
missioners' Districts to be numbered
by the said Commissioners from one
to five respectively, and delineate the
boundaries of such Districts in such
manner as to Include within the re-
spective Districts territory as follows:
One of the said Commissioners' Dis-
tricts shall comprise the territory
which was on the 1st day of April.
1941. embraced within Election Pre-
cincts numbered 24 to 32. Inclusive.
and also such parts of Election Pre-
cincts numbered 10. 56. 60 and 61 as
lie east of the western shore of BIs-
cayne Bay. all as established by a reso-
lution of the County Commissioners
of said County adopted November 14.
1939. designated as Resolution No.
Another of the said Districts shall
comprise the territory, and only the
territory, which was on the 1st day
of April, '1941. embraced In Commis-
sioners' District No. 4 and Commis-
sioners' District No 5. as described in
Book "F" of the Minutes of the Coun-
ty Commissioners of said County. at
page 194 et seq.:
Another of the said Commissioners'
Districts shall comprise the territory
which was on the first day of April
1941, embraced in Commissioners' Dis-
trict No. 1. as described in Book "P"
of the minutes of the County Com-
missioners of said County. at page 194
et seq., and .also all the territory which
was on the first day of April. 1941.
embraced in Election Precincts num-
bered 75 to 82. inclusive, as estab-
lished 'by the aforesaid Resolution No.

Another of the add Districts shall
comprise the territory which was an
the 1st day of April. 1941. embraced
nla Commissionerv District No. 3. a
described in Book 'P" of the Minutes
of the County Commisslonere of said
County, at Dage 1N et seg. easept

the territory embraced in the afore
said Election Precincts numbered 7"
to 82. inclusive, and 26 to 32. inclusive.
and except such parts of Election Pre-
cincts numbered 56 60 and 61 as lie
east of the western Shore of Biscayne
Another or the sali Commissioners
Districts shall comprise the territory
which was on the 1st day of April.
1941. embraced In Commissioners Dis-
trict No 2 as described in Book "F'
of the Minutes of the County Com-
missioners of said County at page 194
et seq except the territory embraced
in the aforesaid Election Precincts
numbered 24 and 25. and such part of
Election Precinct number 10 as lies
east of the western shorp -I Biscavne
The' County Commissioners who
shall be elected in Dade County at the
general election In 1942 shall hold of-
fice for the term of two years for
which they shall have been elected
and their terms of office shall not
be affected by this amendment: wut
thereafter there shall be in each of
the Districts established by and in
pursuance of. this amendment n
Cluntv Commissioner who shall reside
in his District but who shall be nomi-
nated arid elected from the County at
Large Every County Commissioner of
Dade County who shall be elected at
the general election in 1944 and there-
after shall hold office for a term of
four years The Dowers, duties and
compensation of such County Com-
missioners shall be as from time to
time provided by law.
Approved by the Governor. May 28.
Filed in office Secty of State. May
28. 1941.

an Amendment to Section 1. of Article
X of the Constitution of Florida. Re-
lating to Homestead and Exemption.
"o as to Permit the Wages Salary or
*Tncome from any source Whatsoever
Due to any Person the Head of a Fam-
ily as Provided Therein. to be the
Subject of Garnishment to the Ex-
tent of not more than 25% thereof In
the Courts of this State. as May be
Provided by Law. for the Payment of
any Obligations Arising by Express or
Implied Contract Subsequent to the
Adoption of this Amendment: andt
Further Providing Exemptions thereto
in Cases of Income of Less than
Twenty-five Dollars per Week Except
-s' to Necessities of Life as May be
'Defined ov the Legislature
That the following amendment to Sec-
tion 1. Article X of the Constitution
of Florida authorizing the garnish-
ment of any wages, salary or income
due any person who is the head of a
family, as provided therein, to the ex-
tent of 25% thereof, be. and the same
Is hereby agreed to and shall be sub-
mitted to the electors of the State i
the General Election of Representa-
tives In 1942 for their approval or re-
fection: that is to say that Section 1
of Article X be amended by addiln
thbreto the following Section"
Section 1-A. That the salary.
wages and Income from any Source
whatsoever due and owing, or to be-

come due and owing to any person
who Is the head of a family residing
in this State. shall be the sublect of
"arnishment In the courts of this
atate as may be provided by law to
the extent of not more than 65% of
nbeh salary, wages and Income. for
the payment of any obligations arising
by express or Implied contract sub-
sequent to the adoption' of this
amendment. provided, however, that
the Legislature shall not extend the
rieht of garnishment as herein pro-
vided where the salary is 425.00 or less
ner week except to necessities of life
as may from time to time be defined
hv the Legislature.
Anproved by the Governor. June 11.
Filed In office Sectv of State. Junme
11. 1941.

the Amendment of Section 16 of Ar-
ticle XVT of the Constitution of Flor-
ida. Relating to Taxation of Property
of Corporations, with Certain Exemp-
tions for Religious. Scientific. Munici-
pal. Educational Literary. Fraternal
or Charitable Purnoses
Section 1. That the following
amendment to Section 16. of Article
XVI of the Constitution of the State
of Florida. relating to taxation of the
property of corporations, with certain
exemptions for religious, scientific. xu-
nicipal. educational, literary, fraternal
or charitable Durposes. be. and the
same Is hereby agreed to and hall
hp submitted to the electors of the
State of Florida. for retlfeationn or
*ejection. at the next general election
fo be held In 1942: that Is +t spw that
the said Section 16 of Article XVT of
the Constitution of the State of Plor-,
Ida he amended no as to read as
"Section 16. The property of all
corporations, except the property of a
corporation which shall construct a
bhip or barge canal across the nenln-
sula of Florida. if the Legislature
should so enact. whether heretofore
or hereafter incorporated. shall be sub-
lect to taxation, unless such property
he held and used to the extent of at
least one-fourth thereof. for religions.
clientlfic. municipal. educational. lit-
erary. fraternal or charitable our-
noses." Provided however, this amend-
ment shall not affect the provisions
nf Sections 12 and 14 of Article IX
of the Constitution of Florida.
Approved by the Governor. June 11.
Filed in office Secretary of State.
June 11. 1941.
The votes cast In compliance with
said proposed amendments, and the
cavnass. declarations and returns
thereof, shall be subjected to the same
regulations and restrictions as are pro-
vided by law for general elections in
the State of Florida.
have hereunto set my hand
and affixed the Great Seal at
the State of Florida. at Tal-
8SAl. lahassee, the Capital. thi1 the
Ut day of August. A. D. I .
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---- Mrs. L. F. Herring of Malone is
spending a week here as the gu'es
Society Personals Churches o\l daughter, Mrsw. o.


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"Sunset On

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A whole city wanted to know

" Who Is Hope

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Chapter No. 12
'Captain Midnight'

Admission -

October 11 and 12
and Victor MATURE in


"The Magnificent

Chapter No. 11_

Norma Melvyn


October 15 and 16
"Private Buckaroo'




Ie i wrt cS. Joe 'V
he'd its fi.,st meeting
year Wednesday, witl
Ch:P,, iie pri'l.;ideit
Sbuie..s session.O

1i ',; i'c".L:1g wver th-
i n' l ] I : i' .it'::- .r '"
pans for tUa eni:-,iitni
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h l. r cii? ; .oal
endea-tvor ;o attain.
n rn pl.oi et for th
setting tiup o al emi
n -i. .'iii be used in
alub decides is lAeces
u~tic,1 with public V
club exi,a-ts to purcl
one War Bond and to
i -s tf an educat
carrying out the, th
:,car, "Victorious Livir
of ji-lssons in vcge''ab
is planned.
i:'!h c.ub's program
;2toon orf he city will
to several minor pro
iuration of the war.
Mrs. EB.win Ramsey
:Turlhut, Mrs. I-. L.
and \'rs. R. W. Smith
delegates to the dist
to be held in Garcevi
Following the busin
the department of ei
sented Prof. W. A. I
spoke on "Problems
Schools," and Prof. L
who gave a report on
schools. These inter
gave the clubwome
knowledge of existing
in the white and, color
Following the progi
H. Dickens and he'
served refreshments
bership and guests. I
a delicious dessert th
honey as a sugar sub
Sallie Traweek was
the worship program
evening. After the' pr
bership was discussed
., -):,r yv for this mon
a Hallowe'en party
ag red that details m
veloped at the next r
cil meeting next weel
details will be anonur
Next Sunday even
the Int-rmediate dep
have charge of the
gram, after which the
hold a discussion per!
All members are ur
hand Sunday evening

The Port St. Joe P
'neat in regular sess
aight, October 13, at
members are asked to
;roup leader if they d
to be present.

Miss Alice Chism of
Ala., is th" guest of
Rush Chism.

51 MRS. W. S. SMITH, Editor PHONE 51

YEAR R. F. Halliord, Pastor Mr. and r's. H. G. Harvey an- ___ D E N T I S T
Woman's club 9:4L5 a. m.-Sunday School. ounce the birth of a 9IS-pound
o; the club 11:00 a. m. Morning worship. :on at tlh No'ton clinic on Oc- office Hours: 9 to 12 1 to 5
Ms o topic:"God'" Sundays By Appointment
h Mrs. FloyCd Topic: "God's Show Cases." obe:- 1. The .Oung man has been Costin Building Phone 88
conducting 7:00 p. m-.-B. T.U. ia:;ed Charles David.
S:00 p. in.- Evening worship. I
lishments of Topic: "Get Acquainted With God' Ir and rsE W Peples anYOU
a-iifnrb of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Peoples an.l YOU
adoptionn of METHODIST CHURCH ,:ounce the birth of a daughter on CAN'T
rMETHODIST CHURC-p ;al'-ay, OctobHr 3. C
yoar and the Rev. 0. ]). Langston, Pastor t 3. i TELL
tive bu'gt, .:'- a. n.---/lhurch school. .... THEY'RE
the club will 1;:0, U. :.i.-;oi.:ing worship. M1r. ,aod Mrs. H r-ert Lanir an REPAIRED
6:30-Youth Fellowship. niounce the birth of a son on Oc- t R EAIRED
e year is the 7:30-Evening worship.' rober 3 at the Noiton Clinic. H \ Because our
ereucy fud ~h,, ans s s ty e has been named Charles Huber,.. ). INVISIBLE HALF
the way the .. r. Lanier is sationed at Hn- LING method leaves no "repaired
the way the :j oi01s at o p. in. Nok on y^ur s oesn
isry in con 'ir,t Ti-.e.Vtay after first Sundlay, ey Field, Texas. look" on Yur shoes.
eltare. The i;:. board : ti. The LEADER
has aL least Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., pray r Support the boys across thl s as SHOE SHOP
sponsor pro- and Bible study. Choir practice. Get your home to earn its "V.
ional nature 1
ieme of 'the BAPTIST W. M. U. FORMS
ng." A series NEW CIRCLES MONDAY j For Fall Cleaning
le gardening At the meeting of the Baptist r -o F ain
W. M. U. held at the church Mo- WHITE SAIL PRODUCTS
of-beautifi- day afternoon new circles were PRODUCTS
1 be confined ormed with the following chair 14 Ounce
jects for tie men: Circle No. 1, Mrs. W. -H CLEANSER, 3 Cans---1
Howell; Circle No. 2, Mrs. .1. 0 ."
7, Mrs. Miles Baggett; Young Matron's Circle 1 I Quart
Zimme.rman Mrs. W. 0. Nichols. FLOOR WAX ................
were elected The meeting was presided over
strict meeting by the new president, Mrs. C. A. Washin
lle, Oct. 27. McClellan, who appointed the. fol- .. FOOD STORE- POWDER, 2 1b, 8, z.3..
Less meeting, lowing *to serve in the Young Peo- j. Can,
education pre- pies' work: Mrs. Frank Gunn. Y. Tc Pound Can 10
Biggart, who W. A. counselor; Mrs. R. F. Hal ht Save iron and st HAND SOAP
of the Local ford, Intermediate G. A. leader, Turn it over tocaSoap
. A. Wilson, Mrs. E. C. Cason, Junior leader, TUrn it over to your Soap
the colored Mrs. J. 0. Baggett, R. A. leader; salvage committee. GRAINS, 1 8 oz.
resting talks Mrs. Tom Strickland, "Sunbeam
n a better Band leader. "ANN PAGE Rich, Creamy, Smooth
g conditions
red schools. Mrs. R. W. Smith had as he" PINT
ram, Mrs. B. guest over the week-end her sis- I i I I JAR 2 9
r committee ter, Miss Doris, Allen, who is em-
to the mem- pioyed at Tyndall Field. NIBLETS Firesh Cori Off the Cob
Featured was i -'
.a.t contained Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS! t" '
bstitute. Ce d e l
/To relieve distress of MONTHLY .

in charge of
last Sunday
ogram, mem-
i, as well as
.th. It will be
and it was
would be de-
regular coun-
k. Plans and
iced. later.
iing at 6:30
artment will
worship pro-
classes will
ged to be on
at 6:30.

ilo-t club will
sion Tuesday
8 o'clock. All
noufy their
do not intend

f Tuscaloosa,
Mr. and Mrs.

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