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Dick Porter Enlists In Seabees
Richardi "Dick" Portc.r, for sev-
eral years past manager of the lo-
cal coffee of the Florida. Power Col-
poration, last week signed up with
the Seabe.es at St. Petersburg. The
St. Joe office is now under the
capable mnianag ment of J. C. Far-
Walter Kirby Likes Navy
Walter M. Kirby, hospital ap-
prentice first class, "Somewhere
in the Pacific," in a letter to his
mother, Mrs. A. J. Kirby, writes:
"I am really liking my duties fine,
so far. I'm really going to have to
study. I didn't realize there was
so much I didn't know until I
came aboard the San Juan. I am
working in the sick bay and help-
ing with the: sick calls. If you
don't hear from me for a while,
don't.worry, as I am on one of the
best ships in the navy.,"
Vic Anderson Loses Car
"Little" Vic Anderson, with the
Coast Guard, visited in Apalachi-
cola recently and returned to, the
north in his car. While .in Wash-
ington, D. C., someone stole his
car. Now Vic has. a gas book but
no auto to go with it.
Sessions of 1943
Resume of Action Shows That
Most of Governor's Program
Is Given Approval.
TL.- 194 7 'ir%* -'legislative. ses-
.- in, which ended 'ast. Friday, was,
marked by the enactment of one
new state .tax and the defeat of
dozens of other proposed levies.
It set up a two-year tax of three
cents on each standard package
of cigarets to. raise $2,000,000 for
the welfare program and $1,,500,-
000 for distribution among the
counties. It will become effective
It imposed state regulation oa
labor unions and put before the
voters a proposed constitutional
amendment outlawing, the closed
shop, but preserving the right of
It voted an added $2,400,000 for
public school teachers' salaries.
It gave married women the right
to sue and be sued.
It added a sixth congressional
district extending from coast to
coast in South Florida, andl appro-
priated $20,827,000 to operate state
departments in the next two years,
which is $1,000,000 under sums set
up by, the 1941 legislature for cor-
In general, it approved with little
-opposition Governor Holland's out-
lined program. However, two of
his major recommendations, school
village limitations and salt water
fishing regulatory powers, for the
conservation commission, never
came to the floor.
It outlawed fraternities, sorori-
ties and other secret societies in
The session was enlivened dur-
ing its first-full wartime meeting
by investigations of state expendi-
tur s;'disagreements among cabi-
net officers, federal-state conflicts
and personal combat between Sen-
ator Raymond Sheldon of Tampa
and Colin English, state school su-
Labor regulation 'brought about
the most sustained fight of the
session, just as it did in 1941-but
this time it was approved, whereas
before it was sidetracked.
With .the backing of .the gover-
(Continued on Page 4)
The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center
VOLUME VI PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943 NUMBER 36
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Mrs. R. V. Coburn begs the
women of Port St. Joe to please
come to the Red Cross surgical
dressing room in the A. N. de-
pot building and assist in mak-
ing dressings, as there is an
urgent need for them by our
fighting forces. On several oc-
casions but one worker has been
State headquarters has been
begging the local room for more
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Last Rites Held
For J. P. Coombs
Apalachicola Mayor Dies Saturday
In St. Petersburg After
Funeral services were held Tues-
day afternoon in Apalachicola for
Mayor J. P. Coom'bs who died at
St. Petersburg Saturday night af-
ter being stricken while attending
a business meeting of the Florida
Power corporation. He was district
manager for the corporation in
Services were conducted' in the
Episcopal church with a large dele-
gation of .Legionnaires in attend-
ance as well as hundreds, of sor-
rowing friends and townspeople.
The Masonic order had charge of
services at the graveside.
Mayor Coombs, well and favor-
ably known in fort St. Joe, held
the rank of lieutenant colonel with
the U. S. Engineers in World? War
I and was decorated by Persia and
Turkey for his postwar relief work
under President Herbert Hoover.
He also held the rank of lieuten-
ant colonel in the Florida National
Guard and was called into active
service at Camp Blandring in 1940,
but later was given a medical dis-
Attending the services from this
city were Mr. and, Mrs. Charles
Mahon, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Ken-
ney, T. M. Schneider, W. S. Smith
and several members of the local
power company 'office.
Two Army Fliers Plunge to Their
Death In Gulf Near
An .officer pilot and. a student '
aerial gunner .of the Army Air
Forces, field at Apalachicola were I
killed Monday when their plane
plunged into the Gulf -near Apa-
lachicola. They were on a routine
training flight at the Aime of the
The men were First Lieutnnant
William A. Finney, 22, of Gooding,
Idaho, and Pfc. Joseph B. Yurich
of Zanesville, Ohio.
JESSE SMITH SERIOUSLY
ILL IN DOTHAN HOSPITAL
JeJsse Smith, who has been in
a Dothan, Ala., hospital for some
time, yesterday was reported to be
in a critical condition. Members of
the family were called to his bed-
side Wednesdlay evening.
Pvt. Rowan Is Visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rowan had
as their guests last week Pvt.
Lenell Rowan and Sgt. Ray W.
Philpott, who are stationed at the'
Dothan air base,.
ROOM FOR THREE
The Star this week removed
the names of five subscribers
from the mailing list who failed
to renew their subscriptions.
One. renewal and one new sun-
scriber, who was on the "wait-
ing list," have been placed on
the books, leaving room for
If you have been contemplat-
ing subscribing, do it now, as we
are holding the number of sub-
scribers to the present number
for the duration.
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Up Six Milli
Valuation of Apalachicola Nor
Is Boosted From $750,001
Jumping railroad assess
more than $6,000,000, the
comptroller announced yestE
he had accepted the tax re
filed by the 25 railroad and,
graph systems operating In
state totaling $112,994,247
against $106,770,421 assessed
action last year.
Practically all of the inc
came from the three major
lines-A. C. L., $36,.805,000 ag
$34,000,000 last year; S. A
$32,500,000 against $30,000,00
E. C., $2.1,660,000 against $21
Of the remaining roads, i
short lines, none of which pa
pated! in the war business
creases, the Apalachicola Nor
was increased to $800,000
$750,000, and the G. S. & F.
$20,000 from $1,015,000.
The total railroad and telet
assessment in Gulf county, ac
Ing to figures certified to C'
Tax Assessor Sammy Patric
the state comptroller are $1:
as against $111,536 in, 1942.
With the major trunk line
ing returns. showing increase
talking over $6.000,000, the.
troller accepted the returns,
he.- hopes .will eliminate- ci
versy and assure prompt pay
of the railroad taxes next
Laws are Enacted to
Impose Curfew and
City Commission Passes Ordin-
ances At Meeting Held
At a special meeting of the city i
commission held Monday evening,
ordinances were passed upon by
the city dads to provide a curfew
law for Port St. Joe and to care
for the rapidly increasing number
of vagrants coming into the' city.
The curfew law provides that no
children under 16 years, of age are
to be allowed upon the streets or
in or about public places between
the hours -of 11 p. m. and, 5 p. m.
unless they are engaged, in some
lawful occupation or accompanied
by their parents or some other re-
The ordinance contains a clause
holding parents of such .children
responsible to that extent.
IThe ordinance to curb vagrancy
in the city makes subject to fine
or imprisonment common drunk-
ard-s, prostitutes, gamblers and
others who. have no lawful or vls-
ible.means of support.
It provides for a fine not to ex-
ceed $500 or 60 days in jail, or
both such fine and imprisonment.
For CouiSty PietsSed
Now Awaiting Governor's Signa-
ture; Would Give Port St. Joe
A local law was .passed upon by
the legislature In its closing hours
authorizing 'the board of county
commissioners of Gulf county to
call and hold an election for the
approval or rejection of a plan to
redistriot the county. The measure
was submitted by. Representative
E. Clay Lewis Jr., at the request
of several hundred, voters in this
section. It is now in the hands of
Governor Hollandi-awaiting his sig-
The election for reilistricting can
be called ait any time by the com-
missioners upon the presentation
of a petition bearing the signa-
tures of a majority of the Qualified
electors of the county, accom-
panied by a proposed plan of rin-
'The commissioners may call the
election 90 days, after presentation
of the petition. During this period
other plans for redistricting can
be submitted upon presentation of
a petition searing the signatures
of 20 per cent or more o.f the quali-
fied electors., and if such alternate
plans are submitted, both must be
placed upon the ballot for the spe-
As the greater portion of the
county's population lies in the
Port St. Joe section, residents here
believe they are entitled to more
representation on the board of
commissioners, hence the bill for
redistricting. At present this dis-
trict has but one commissioner.
AUTO STAMPS ARE
NOW ON SALE HERE
Motorists of Port St. Joe are
reminded that the new federal
auto use tax stamps went on sale
yesterday at the posoffice.
The stamps cost $5 each and
must be displayed on the wind
shield, after June 30.
rease Rotarians B a tt I1 e
ainst Navy for 11 Innings
0; I .
,000,- I Long-Drawn-Out Softball Tilt Sat-
I urday Evening Is Nerve-
nostly Wracking Affair
s in- In one of the most hectic and
then nerve-wracking softball games yet
from to be played in the recently-organ-
., $1" iz.ed league, a Rotary-sponsored
team went down to defeat at the
graph hands of 'the Navy Saturday eve-
ccord- ning by a score of 7 to 6 in an
ount' eleven-inning tilt that threatened
ck by to continue indefinitely.
18,883 Both teams scored two runs in
the first inning and then the play-
es fil- ers settled down and really dished
es to- out some good .1 iyvin'. In the
comp- sixth St. Joe managed to chalk up
which one tally, 'LL.: 1le. .-,._not to. he
ontro-- outdone, evened he, score in their
rment half of the inning, and again, for
fall. four innings, the score board
showed nothing but goose egg's.
'Then came the eleventh, and
S i final, inning. The St. Joe players
hitched up their britches, spit on
S i their hands and really went tO
town. When the dust settled, three.
men had crossed the plate, giving,
St. Joe a three-run lead over their
salty opponents, and the tear'n
congratulated itself as having thio
game on ice.
But the Navy ihad "last bats'
and, true to their reputation tb
[go down fighting, they waded in
'and gave all they had. Result:
;Four runs andi the ball game.
Lieut. R. M. Ogden, who hac-
I been at bat four times previously
With nary a bingle, brought in thte
winning run with a short grounder
Making up the Rotary team were
Guy Little, Tom Owens, Tom Mor-
rison, Buster Owens, Joe Mira, L.
Sales, Jake Belin, W. Quarles, 3.
A. Carr, Bill Ebersole and, T. V.
*Ebe'ole was shoved in during
the sixth inning as a pinch hitter,
replacing Morris, who swung like
a rusty gate, but fanned both times
he came to bat.
Guy Little chalked up the long-
est hit, getting a three-bagger, but
by the time he reached, third he
\was all in and had to sit down on
]the sack'for a long rest.
NAVY RECRUITER TO BE
I IN PORT ST. JOE TODAY
First Class. Petty Officer J. A.
Wilkins of the navy recruiting sta-
tion in Marianna will be in Port
St. Joe today and also next Fri-
Information relative to enlist-
ment in the Waves or Spars may
be obtained at any time from Mra.
Lovie Coburn at the Red Cross
surgical dressing room.
Send The Star to your man in
the service-only $1 tor a year.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
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,
undel- Act of March 3, 1879.
Subscription Invariaebly Payable In Advance
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The spoken word is given scant attention;
the priiited word is thoughtfully woighbd.
The spoken word barely asserts; the prIted
word thoroughly convinces. The spojren word
is lost; the printed word remains.
Our Country Right or Wrong
POLITICS, AS USUAL?
It looks to us that it is "politics, as usual"
as far as John L. Lewis is concerned-that
the politicians figure they have lost the farm
vote through the manner in which they have
treated agriculture, and are now playing up
to labor to keep the huge block of votes in-
tact for the 1944 campaign.
This matter of playing politics during this
grave emergency, with a "to hell with what
happens to the country as long as we get
elected" attitude gripes us. And, too, it does
not sit well with our men in the armed forces,
particularly those on the battlefronts, who
continually deplore 'the strike situation here
Private Byron M. Edgett, of Des Moines,
Iowa, now in an army hospital in New Gui-
nea, in an open letter to Mr. Lewis, expresses
his opinion- in words better than we could:
"Should we strike for higher wages? What
would your reaction be in our place? .Living
in mud and dust, fighting vermin and mobsqui-
toes, suffering under a blazing sun, and al-
ways waiting for equipment-for planes and
food-only to read that -Americaifs at home
*are too concerned with personal welfare to
worry about our. precarious foothold, still
slippery with the blood of our comrades. Are
we, or are we not, entitled to 100 per cent
support from our country?
"Would you like to think, Mr. Lewis, that
by lengthening the war a day, a week, or a
month, you have cost lives of thousands of
men-unselfish men? These miners have fa-
thers, sons and brothers in the service. When
they realize that following your dictates will
mean that more of their loved ones are not
coming home, how will you maintain that
you have been their champion?
"So, sir, I say to you, and to all of you,
guard jealously those things we have given
to your keeping, for one day those of us who
do return will call for a strict accounting."
John L. Lewis is a saboteur of the worst
kind, and we cannot understand why he Is
not treated as such by our government of-
ficials. There is only one answer to that, in
our humble opinion-politics as usual. Hold
the labor vote until after the election at any
cost, even if it means the death of additional
thousands of our men.
The head of the United Mine Workers, ac-
cording to news reports, said to the men who
struck: "Your record of patriotism can never
be challenged." Sez he! Well, we challenge
it right here and now!
The disorder created in a Kansas town of
10,000 by a tornado the other day went prac-
tically unnoticed, as it occurred during the
spring-cleaning period.-Atlanta Journal.
There are two good places to put strikers
today-in tlhe army and on the farms. Maybe
then they would get an idea of what real
We're not quite as bad off as Little Bo
Peep. We know where our sheep are, but
haven't sufficient points to get -them.-Palm
The G. 0. P. is quite miserable lately, for
every time it puts its ear to the ground it
hears the distant rumble of the Fourth Term.
Keep smiling-and buy War Bonds!
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TO THE EDITOR
Editor The Star-The other day
I just missed killing a child within
my car. About 9:30 a. m., while
passing through Highland View, a
child about three years old ran in
front of my ca.r about 20 feet
ahead,. I managed to stop my car-
about five feet from the youngster
and he continued: across the high-
way as. if there was not a car in
You can't blame a child of this
age for acts like this, as they know
no better. It is the fault of the,
parents who allow^them to wandei-
about as ,they choose.
Through your paper, you may
wake up these parents to the risks
they are taking and' the heartaches
they may bring upon. themselves
when they 'let their youngsters
play on or near a thru highway.
C. A. Soderberg.
- ALL KINDS OF -
Phone 101 -:- Costin Bldg.
0 We are justly proud of our pre-
script:on department and cordial-
ly invite you to inspect, it. Only
graduate pharmacists compound
prescriptions, and only the finest
chemicals, pharmaceuticals and
biologicals are used. Visit us and
become better acquainted.
We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription
Phone 5 Port St. Joe
There are four police depart-
ments operating in the District of
D E N T I S T--
Office Hours: 9 to 12 1 to 5
Sunday By Appointment
Costin Building Phone 88
DR. C, L. REICHERTER
EYES EXAMINED-GLASSES FITTED
Ritz Theatre Building First Floor
PANAMA CITY, FLA
But Shoes Repairs Aren't
It will pay you to check over
your old shoes and bring
those to us that can still be
W HEN Functional Nervous
Disturbances such as Sleep-
lessness, Crankiness, Excitability,
Restlessness or Nervous Headache
interfere with your work or spoil
your good times, take
Dr. Miles ervine
(Liquid or Effervescent Tablets)
Nervous Tension can make you
Wakeful, Jittery, Irritable. Ner-
vous Tension can cause Nervous
Headache and Ner'ous Indiges-
tion. In times like these, we are
more likely than usual to become
overwrought and nervous and to
wish for a good sedative. Dr.'-,
Miles Nervine is a good sedative
-mild but effective.
If you do not use Dr. Miles
Nervine you can't know what it
will do for you. It comes in
Liquid and Effervescent Tablet
form, both equally soothing to
tense and over-wrought nerves.
WHY DON'T Y(U TRY IT ?
'Get it at your drug store,
Effervescent tablets 35* and 75*,
Liquid 25* and $1.00. Read direc-
tions and use only as directed.
FRIDAY, J-UNE 11, 1943
Available from Commercial News Providers"
needed for canning.
Meats, Cheese, Fate and Canned
Fish-L red stamp now valid.; 3
andi K red stamps, expire June 30.
Canned Fruits and Vegetables-
G, H and J blue stamps expired
June 7; K, L and M blue stamps
expire. July .7.
Coffee-Stamip 24 good for one
pound; expires June 30.
Shoes-Stamp 17 expires June
15; stamp 18 becomes valid on
Yes You Homemakers haov two important wartime jobs.
1-Keep you and your family healthy and strong by serving
nourishing vitamin-filled meals.
2-Make good use of your labor and time-saving electrical ap-
pliances. By careful use they can help you in your daily home-
making tasks thus giving you more time to contribute to
the Red Cross, Civilian Defense or other wartime activities.
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Sugar-Stamp 13 good for five
pounds expires August 15; stamps
15 and 16 good for five pounds It
For Sleeplessness, Irrita-
S ability, Headache, and
t|essne, when due to Nwvowm
I Tension. Use only as directed. y
Coming to the /,
A Martin Theatre -, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THEATRE OPENS SATURDAYS SUNDAYS AT 1:00 P. M.
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE DAILY AT 2:45 P. M.
SATURDAY, JUNE 12 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16
Chapter 7 of Serial
"Don Winslow of
the Coast Guard"
- FEATURE NO. 2-
MTG I ARE"
June 13 and 14
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News Events Dorothy Costin
TUESDAY, JUNE 15
Chapter 3 of Serial
"Perils of the
-- Also -
Mrs R A Swatts
"Men of the Sky"
June 17 and 18
Johnny Long's Orchestra
COMING JUNE 23
ONE DAY ONLY
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943
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IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllll llllll lllllllllllllllll llllll lll llllllllllI BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES SESSIONS OF 1943 on the 1944 ballot along with the
SO IE TY R. F. Hallford, Pastor LEGISLATURE END closed shop amendment and these
<( S 1. > 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. other proposals:
CHURCHES -:- PERSONALS 11:00 a. .a.-Morning worship. (Continued from Page 1) Provision for direct election ot
7:00 p. m.-B. T. U. n state attorneys, county solictiors
lllllllllllllllllII llillllllIIIll Illlllll lllllllllll ilillllllllllll 8:00 p. m. Evening worship. nor and the army and navy, tne an d criminal court of record
0. E. S. WORTHY GRAND legislature passed a set of acts judges, who are now nominated by
MATRON WILL VISIT HERE METHODIST CHURCH wo uld ic health officials sai the panties. but appointed by the
Mrs. Winnie Blyth of Coco, Fla., Rev. 0. D. Langston. Pastol control in the nation over venereal governor.
.worthy grand matron of thi Grand :45 a. m.-Church school disease and strictest laws against Increasing the terms of county
Chapter of Florida, Ordier of East- 11:00 a. m.-Morning worship. pro.s,tiLution. commissioners from two to four
ern Star, will make her official 6:30-Youth Fellowship. Aside from the cigaret tax, which Repears of a 934 amend
visit to Gulf Chapter 191 next 7:30-Evening worship. was the major financial measure, Repeal of a 1934 amendmentau-
Wedne.-,ay, June 16, at a special The Woman's society meets the legislature put an additional thorizing uniform city charters.
meeting. All members and visitors .Aondays at 3 p. m. ax of 20 cents a gallon on wineThe 1934 amendment never has
are requested to be present. First Tuesday after first Sunday, raise an estimated 300000 of become effective.
There will be a banquet at the official board meeting. the 500,000 anual300,000ly Governo Giving the legislature authority
Port Inn at 7 o'clock in honor of Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., prayer oll0,d asked for aid to depen- to abolish justice of the peace
Mrs. Blyth, and members and visi- and Bible study. Choir practice. dent children districts.
tors are invited to attend. Tickets The state laundry and dry clean- Conolidating city and count
for the dinner are now on sale. EPISCOPAL CHURCH ing board was abolished. Purchase taxing offices and some court at
In preparation for the visit of Services every Sunday evening of 13 dots across the street from tivities in Dade and Orange coun-
the worthy grand matron, a school at 7:30 o'clock. the capitol for post-war construc- ties and consolidating city and
of instruction was held by the ion of state buildings was author- county tax offices in Hillsboroug
cal chapter at the regular meeting KIWANIS NEWS ized at the request of Holland., county.
Tuesday evening under the direc- The legislature also followed a__._
lion of Mrs. Estelle Starling of
Panama City, grand instructor of Accepting the invitation of Lieut. his recommendations for reviso.n AT
icty T re instR.uM. Ogden, the last meeting of of the 1941 full value assessment ATTE NTI O N
weDistrict Threffi Jones, past g randmembeS the Port St. Joe Kiwanis club was laws on real estate and intangibles
nsweuctress, Ms Effie s White, heldaboard his ship as guests of property taxes..His proposed con- You Can Still
Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Gibbs, all of the cerw and a most substantial stitutional amendment to cut the BUILD
anama, Becity; Mrs. Jennie Posten buffet supper was served. Guest intangibles ,tax ceiling from 5 to 2 REPAIR
of Parker and. Mrs. Violet McLean of the evening was'Mayo J. L. mills was approved, and it wilREROOF
of Bowling Green, Fla. Sharit, who took on board with REROOF
,of Bowling Green Fla. him a very suspicious looking PAINT
package which, however, turned INSULATE
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS out to be a jug of tupelo honey, Your Home fi
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bowen of We- which was presented to the ship's Up to tUU
wahitchka announce the birth of officers and men with the mayor's ON EASY LOANS
an 11-pound so on Sundy, June compliments. See Us For Estimate
(6. The young man has been named Sponsored jointly with the Ro-S We Do MilwUs Fork and Build Boats
Billy tOscar. tary and Pilot clubs, the dance. last L
Friday night in honor of the me : t. e Lumber Co.
J. L. Underwood of Beacon Hill of the seaplane patrol unit sta-
has accepted a position as barber .tioned here was largely attended M IN G PHONE 69-J
in the Hammock banber shop. Glenn Boyles ably assisted in the .
M i. ceremonies. M IDN IGH T
Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs. Clyde ......
No, No, Says OPA
Ice' craam stores cannot insist
that an equal amount of shenbet
or other frozen confection be pur-
chased when ice cream is re-
quested says OPA.
It pays: to advertise-try it!
^ SUPER I0c
0 LE 10c
A OCTAGON 5
Port St. Joe Florida
Gentry and, son Montie, and' Mrs.
Alton Brady and; children spent
last week visiting in Georgia. Mrs.
Cooper and Mrs. Brady returned
Monday, and. Mrs. Gentry and son
remained for a longer visit. FOR SALE-200 9x12 Felt Base
SRugs at $4.95 each on terms; $4.45
Miss Marjorie Costin left this cash. Also new 7T h.p. Champion
week for Tallahassee where she Outboard' Motor $125 Cash.
will attend the summer session of DANLEY FURNITURE CO.
Florida State Coilege for Women. FOR RENT
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Schneider FOR RENT Unfurnished 4-room
have as their guests this; week cottage, with shower and screen
their son-in-law and daughter, En-! porch. See Karl Knodel, Oak
sign and Mrs. Joel Mendelssohn of i Grove. 1*
Mrs. J. L. Underwoodl and two .FISH BAIT Fresh, clean worms
children returned Wednesday from that are guaranteed to get the
fish for you. See Eddie Beverly
a two weeks' visit in Jacksonville. in the Sheffield colored quarters.
THURSDAY, JUNE 24
and REGULAR SHOW
FRIDAY, JUNE 25
ADMISSION FOR THIS
Adults 30c Children 11c
DR. L. H. CHELGREN
The Opening of His Offices
Costin Building Monument Ave.
Dr. Chelgren Will Be In Port St. Joe Every
Friday Beginning Friday, June 11
Office Hours 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 A. M.; 2:00 P. M. to 6:00 P. M
PERMANENT OFFICE 120 HARRISON AVE., PANAMA CITY
For convenient shopping, you can't beat our ONE STOP
store. Under one roof you'll find everything you need in
the way of poultry equipment, chicks, feed, and sanitation
supplies, economically priced to fit your Victory pocketbook.
Do "All Three" in 'Forty-Three
A BUY our
flocks, ready to
the, minute you
'em. THIS y ar, d
be satisfied with
but the best!
INSIST on 3
HIX STARTENA CH
HT, America's fastest sell- Easy
icing ing Starter. Only 2 ical
grow pounds per chick is qua
all you need. Many
S successful poultry- ing
don't men get 95% livabil- disi
Sany ity on the Startena astri
Get "ALL THREE" at...
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y to use, econom-
. One tablet to
rt of hick drink-
water. Acts as
ngent and fungi-
ST. JOE HARDWARE COMPANY
Your Local Feed and Seed Dealer Port St. Joe, Fla
SAVE WITH U.S. WAR BONDS *
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
FYZIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943