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4l il l'tH tilliH llEn iltUi iim tiii itfIlh
WITH THE oR
(The Star wants photos of Gulf county met
serving in thO, mined f4iresP.Pi't-es, whici
should be in uniform, wiii be returned.)
--IIIIIIIIIII IN IRELAND!!;! '' -';iii
Sgt. E. L. Antley, brother of
rs. W. L. Ganey of Panama
City, who is at present with a
mobile bakery unit in Northern
Ireland. Sgt. Antley says he
particularly the Irish lassies. At
the time of his enlistment on
To MORE SPEEDY PLANE
Aviation Cadet John M. Lane.
Sgt. E. L. Antley, brother of
Mrs. W. L. Ganey of Panama., this
week traded in the slow-but-sure
prmobile bakery unit in Norfthern
partictularly the Irish lassies. At
Passthe time ofng his first tenlistment onhis
JulyTraining Detachment and has been
transemployrred into the wobasic school ford at
the St. Joe Paper Company, and
was popularly known as "Slim."
JOHN LANE PROGRESSES
TO MORE SPEEDY PLANE
Aviation Cadet John M. LaneCIFIC
stationed at Avon Park, Fla., this
week traded, in the slow-but-sure
primary training plane. of thle
Army Air Forces for a more speedy
Passing his first test in his
training to become a flying officer,
he graduated froes the 61st Flying
Training Detachment and has been
transferred, to the basic school for
training in the faster trainers.
With completion of this course he
will be sent for advanced training
to one of the advanced flying
fields of the Eastern Flying Train-
ing Command. There. he will learn
to fly the speedy AT's, and then
receive further specialized train-
ing on the type of ships he will
finally, fly in combat.
EDITOR RECEIVES SEABEE |
PAPER FROM S. PACIFIC
The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Iadustriil Ce;,te r
County Leads OUT FOR SENATE
State In Fourth ,
War Loan Drive '!
Goes 192%/ Over Quota of $105,500 .
oveek, show that Gulf county' led
.hlie state in the sale of bonds in
relation to assigned quotas.
Quota for, the county was $105,
500 of which $80,100 was to be int
E bours. A grand total of $307,428
of all issues was chalked up. of
which $125,900 was in E bonds. .
Ihis gives the county a percent- Carl Gray, CBM, now with the
age of 292 in relation to its. quota, Navy at Camp Pe'ary, Williams-
and .157% of its E bond quota. burg, Va., asks the voters of the
Second -in the state was Jackson 25th District to elect him to the
county with 280%, Leon county Florida legislature as their "Ser-
was third with 239% and Okecho- viceable Serviceman Senator."
bee county a poor fourth at 186%.
e average for all counties wass er
Total quota for the state was COnitOl
$121,000,000 and total sales came o tr l M o t
to $161,628,467, giving Florida first -.
place in the nation with a percent- Slogan for Month Is "Treated In
age of 186 in subscriptions by -i- Time, Cancer Can Be
dividuals, other than series E. Av- Cured"
erage over the nation was 85%. Ds .
In subscriptions by individuals April will be observed in Gulf
which included, E bonds, the n- county as well as in other se-
tion made 97% of the quota and tions of the nation, as "Cancer
Florida led, all states with a record Control \.nth," it was announced
of 148%. North Dakota was in sec- yesterday by Mrs. B. C. Gilliard
ond, place with 139%. of Port St. Joe and Mrs. Sam Britt
Breakdown-of the sale of bonds of Wewahitchka, .nommandemls foi
in Gulf county is as follows: Se- the Gulf county chapter for th
ries T, $125,900; Series F and G, control of cancer.
$10,527; Series C, $1000; 2 "Treated In Time, ancer Ca
treasury bonds, $5000; %% certif- I- re Time, Can an
cates, $165,000. t. the American Society for the Con-
Stro' of Cancer in the April cam-
MRS. RUBY HALL IS paign.
ACCEPTED BY WAC Mayor J. L. Sharit will issue a
Proclamation designating April as
Pvt. Dorothy Murray, recruiter "Cancer Control Month," and has
from the Tallahassee office of th asked the co-operation of all citj-
Woman's, Auxiliary Corps, states zens to put the program over so
that Mrs. Rulby Hall of this city that this disease can be reduced.
was accepted: by the WAC March ,Mrs. H. B. Ritchie of Athens,
15, entering the Air Corps branch, Ga., national regional commander,
and will leave next week to begin and, Mrs. alcolm Smith of Tampa,
her basic training at Fort Ogle- state commander, were in Port
thorpe, Ga. St. Joe last week in the interest
Mrs. Hall, we understand is a of the cancer control drive andcer
grandmother, having three grand- were guest speakers at meetings
The editor acknowledges with children.
thanks a copy of "The 73rd, Chat- Private Murray is quite tickled
ter Box," published on Island "X" over the enlistment of Mrs. Hall,
in the South Pacific tby the 73rd feeling that this example set by
Naval Construction Battalion. It an older woman should result In
was, airmailed by Seabee Kenneth the signing up of more young wo-
Creech, and the paper has this to mnen in this vicinity. She' can be
say of Creech: found at the local postoffice every
S"K. A. Creech, our tailor, says other Thursday.
be is doing a rush business on _.- -
'dress blues' now. Take it easy, WAR SERVICE CERTIFICATE
1:3ys, we know where there's AWARDED TO ROTARY CLUB
plenty bets we won't get a chance IThe Port St. Joe Rotary Club
to use our 'blues' for at least two yesterday received a "War Service
more months. We, are fortunate to Certificate" from the U. S. Treas-
have a tailor like Creech with us, ury Department for its efforts in
es he has had 20 years of experi- .the Fourth War Loan drive.
ence in the dry cleaning, laundry! The certificate came from W.
and tailoring business. His home W. McEachern of St. Petersburg,
is in Port St. Joe, Florida." chairman' of the Florida war fi-
Incidentally, the sheet was dated nance committee'.
March 15, and we received it here -.
in St. Joe on March 25. Not bad Lovett Mahon Visits Parents
service for 12,000 miles, mostly Lovett Mahon was in, the city
over water. Monday from ''Jacksonville for a,
S* brief vis-it with his parents, -Mr.
DuBose In Australia and Mrs... Charlie Mahon of ,Oak
TPfc. E. R. DuBose writes his Grove. Lovett is working in the
wife that he is again back on his shipyards at Jax.
South Pacific island after spend-
ing a rest period in Australia, the Visit In Wewahitchka
"land down under.". Mrs. Russell LeGrone and Mrs.
'"" Carl Stevens, and children of this
'Mickey."'S.Qnr H oroe On Leave city- visited Thursday of last week
Lieut. ; ;-':"Mtickey," Stone ar- with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas
(Continued .-on page 6) at their home In "ewaiich'ik's.
of the Rotary, Kiwanis and Wo-
man's clubs and the Parent4Teach-
Paul Farmer To Vet Hospital
Paul Farmer was taken to the
veterans' hospital at Lake City
last Sunday. He had been suffe'.-
ing from fungus malaria for some
Japanese bombs in that infamous a
warped into drydock here for the rei
i .zmachire ..akin.:
Cross.Wa Co Election
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1944
Red Cross War County Election
Fund Drive Still For Redistricting
Short of Quota Set for April 18
Additional Donations Urged To Board of Commissioners Appoints
Raise County's Allotment i Inspectors and Clerks In
of $4800 Various Precincts
t13. B. Conklin, as War Fund At a recent meeting of the board
chairman, slated yesterday, with of county commissioners, date for
referenceo to the drive, for the Red i holding the special election for the
SCross War Fund, that it was im- people to vote upon redistricting
ross War Futh county more equitably was set
Possible at this time to give exact for April 18.
figures on the results due to the The following inspectors and
fact that so many committees are cl,:-ks were appointed by the
working and so many interests are board for the various precincts:
involved both in and out of town, Pre.cinct No. 1, Wewahitchka -
but that indications are that ttla Mrs. Hettie Britt, A. Z. Culbreth,
county is still a considerable (di- Mrs. Kate Lanier, inspectors; H.
tance from its goal of $4800. the E. Rish, clerk.
quota sat. Precinct No. 2, Ewing's Still-
"it is going to take some addi- Mrs. Shellie Davis, F. L. Kemp,
tional sizeable donations," said Mrs. Otis Davis, inspectors; Floyd
Conklin, "and many of those who Lister. clerk.
have already contributed are go- Precinct No. 3, White City -
ing to have to give more if we are Mrs. B. A. Attaway, Mrs. Charles
to realize our quota. There are Stebel, Lemmie Ward, inspectors;
many people who have not yet Mrs. J. W. Sealey, clerk.
contributed at all, probably mai-ily Precinct No. 4, Kenney's Mill-
because, they have not been con- Mrs. William Traweek. Mrs. Cole-
tacted. My committee members man Tharpe, Graldy Manasico, in-
have been wonderfully faithful in spectors'; Mrs.. Alex Young, clerk.
their work and are doing every- Precinct No. 5, Dalkeith-T. R.
thing to put the drive over t l Cumnbie, Mrs. Coy Capps, Mrs. T.
top, but they are bound, to over- L. Tillman, inspectors; Robert
look some. We are counting on Knowles, clerk.
those who have not yet con- Precinct No. 6, Overstre.et -J.
tribute to give liberally, to tnll F. Roberts,, T. J. Kinard'. Mrs. E.
funded D. Odom, inspectors; Mrs. J .R.
Thos. R. L. Carter, executive Guilford, clerk.
secretary of the. locai"Td'. (Cross i ..,. net No. .7, ort Joe-
chapter, asks that the people of Mi-s. J. L. Temple, W. W. Barrier,
Gulf coun-y give a last thought to Mrs. A. D .TVlon, inspectors;
what the Red Cross is doing 1o- T- !.-. ton, clerk.
cally; its work in assisting those Precinct No. 8, Highland View-
to whom the fatal, words have pMrs. Paul Brigman, Mrs. W. 'I.
come, "missing" or "lost" in ac- Carden, Mrs. W. C. Miles, inspec-
tion; its work with reference tuo tors; W. H. Weeks, clerk.
seeing to it that not one single -_
loved one of the boys over there
or in ucamp siffeers for the neces- GEORGE TAPPER IS
sities of life. doctor's bills, food, I HOME FROM WARS
clothing and money.
"Morale," he stated, "everyone Lieut. George Tapper landed &t
agrees is the greatest factor in the Tyndiall Field Tuesday night on a
fighting army or a preparing army ,flight from Miami to La Guardia
and the thought andl knowledge Field, N. Y., to deliver a combat
that all is well at home, does great plane which he had flown from
things for those: boys who are giv- he Italian, war theater. He was
ing their all for us. I am sure that picked up at the field by Dr. A.
if just a little thought is given to L. Ward and rushed here for a
the question there will be no brief -visit with his parents., Mr.
chance at all that the, drive here and Mrs. Robert Tapper. Due- tO
in Gulf county will not go ove, weather conditions he could, not
the top." resume his flight, but expected to
Mr. Carter asks that everyone leave Tyndall yesterday.
give a last thougtot and commune I He expects to return here In
with him or herself as to whether about five days to spend a 20-day
he or she cannot give a little bit furlough.
more,, and then contact Mr. Conk- -
(Continued on page 6) CARRIER PIGEONS ARE
ROUNDED UP IN CITY
)at Again Four carrier pigeons were caug'a
t j here this week by Horace Soute
and W. 0. Anderson, assisted by
numerous small fry. The birds.
,all had small glassine capsule'
banded to their legs and the bands
,., were stamped "U. S. Army." The
S. c-apsules contained slips of paper
with a date and hour.
Mr. Soule informed Tyndall
Field officials of .the birds ans
they were picked up in a short
It is believed the birds were rey
'leased from the troop ship front
Camp Gordon Johnston that haa
been tied up at the dock for sev-
eral days. They were undoubtedly
Young birds being tested for their
U. S. Navy Photo I '
the U.S.S. Oklahoma, sunk by' ers unde to
attack on December 7th, 1941, i R. M. Spillers underwent an oP-
pairs which wiml make her a fight. eration for appendicitis Tuesday
:.at.a Bailntridlge, Ga., hospital.
STWO T T O T F TI
Women of Bryansk Greet Liberators
RUSSIA-Crying with tears of happiness, women of Bryansk who
'for thirteen months of Nazi occupation lived in forest hide-outs greet
their liberators, the victorious Red Army, upon their entry into the
City. They found the city a burned-out shell of its former appearance.
RED CROSS WORKER WILL
BE WOMAN'S CLUB GUEST
IMiss Nell Howze, field director
of the Ame.rican Red, Cross, wilt
be the guest speaker at the regu-
lar meeting of the Port St. Joe-
Woman's Club, which will ibe held
Wednesday, April 5, at the homb
9'% 61 4 4# "eA
of Mrs. B. E. Kenney.
All members are. urged, to be
present at this meeting.
Send Thb Star to a frieMd.
RE- EL ECT
W. B. (Babe) DOUGLASS
is the result of leadership,
FRANK D. UPCHURCH has
proven he possesses those qualities
He will lead Florida to
a greater future
F R A N K D You Can Depend on Upchurch
GO VERNOR Politic t Adv. Paid for by friends of F.D. Upchurch
"Well, Doe, how's the patient?"
"Pretty good. This morning he
took a turn for the nurse."
GIVE TO THE RED CROSS WAR FUND
ST. JOE HARDWARE CO.
Phone 14 Port St. Joe
an m mna OKULA
IfYou Had MYJOB
KEEPING HOUSE, helping
take care of the family-,ou
would realizethat business girls
wre not the only ones who some-
times get Headache and Tired
Aching Muscles. We home girls
often work just as hard and have
ftst as many Headaches, just as
Many Stomach Upsets and get
*ot as Tired.
About a year ago, I first used
Z find that it eases my Aching
Head, takes the kinks out of Tired.
Aching Muscles and brings relief
when I have Acid Indigestion.
t The family says I am a lot
"sier to live with since I havo
known about Alka-Seltzer.
Have you tried ALKAOELT-
ZERT If not, why don't you get
a package today? Large package
W09, Small package 30t, also by
the glass at Soda Fountains.
hits the farmer
Continue to profit from the
services of a public servant
of proven ability, experi-
ence, integrity and a desire
to be of service to the pub-
lic -and his fellow citizens.
His decisions have been
based upon evidence and he
will continue to follow that
(Political advertisement paid for
by friends of Mr. Douglass)
Over 1/4 of all pulpwood
is used in packaging
T HE FARMERS of this country responded patrioti-
! cally to the appeal for more pulpwood. They cut
wood because their country needed it. Few of them
stopped to think that their own business of food pro-
duction was threatened by the pulpwood shortage.
Already there have been cases where packing
plants were unable to accept perishables because
they could not get packing materials; and the distri-
bution of food may be seriously upset this year un-
less the pulpwood shortage can be overcome.
So the farmer who cuts pulpwood is not only
helping his country meet a serious wartime short-
age; he is also adding to his income, improving his
draft deferment statusrand helping to provide for
the packaging and distribution of his own farm
products. Cut your pulpwood nowl
Needed to Package
Many Farm Products,
Pacak&Lg Fruits and
THIS IS THE SOUTH'S RESPONSIBILITY
Most Southsrn pulpwood g*** Into packaging contaner boards, vitally needed not only by
Smateriels. Southern pine is particularly suited our formed service but also by our homo4ront
to making strong, tough wrapping papers and feed production program.
VICTORY PULPWOOD COMMITTEE
C. N. JOHNSON W. S. SMITH
J. B. WHITE, County Agent
Sheriff Thanks People
of Gulf County
TO ALL OF MY FRIENDS:
I wish to express my appreciation for having
again received the nomination to the office
of Sheriff of Gulf County without opposition.
I assure )everyone that I shall diligently
strive to render the most efficient service
that I am capable of, so long as I have the
honor and privilege of serving in this office.
BYRD E. PARKER
MISS McKENNEY HONOR
GUEST AT PARTY
Mr. and, Mrs. D. C. Smith enter-
tained with a (birthday party at
their home Monday evening hon-
oring Miss Myrtle McKenn.ey, one
of the nurses at the hospital.
I A delicious chicken dinner was
se.-wed to the honoree, Miss Mc-
Kenney, Miss Julia Parker, Mls,
Ethel Thurman, Ensign Dwyer,
Pharmacists Mate Harold Olsen
and Yeoman. Ray Polk.
The U. S. capitol covers three
and one-half acres and is, 287 feet,
Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS!
Senator Pepper Dinner Guest
TU. S. Senator Claude Pepper and
party were the dinner guests Mon.
day evening of Mr. and, Mrs. L. W.
Owens and family at the Staff
KEEP THEM ON
Comfortable, well repaired
work shoes are an aid to foot
health. At the first sign
of wear, have us repair!
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE,. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1944
*nlrYV I V 14RGIA
COMING IN PERSON
To the PORT THEATRE
Paid Political Advertising
Back a Winner
Tax Assessor Extends
TO THE PEOPLE OF GULF COUNTY:
I want to thank you and express my sincere
gratitude for allowing me to become your
nominee without opposition as Tax Assessor
of Gulf County.
I promise to endeavor to give you the same
honest, efficient and economical administra-
tion of the affairs of the office as I have in
Am now on active duty with the Navy; however, if
elected, I can definitely serve you as your State
Senator. I know your needs and those of the return-
ing service men. Elect me as your
SERVICEABLE, SERVICEMAN SENATOR
and you will be right. 4-21
Paid Political Advertising
Palatka Attorney Decides to
Run For State Comptroller
C. 0. Wright, Palatka attorney,
has qualified, for the office 01
state comptroller andi announces
that he' will at once begin an ag-
gressive campaign, principally on
the issue. of' restoring local self-
determination to county official
throughout the state.
A Toast: Here's to the women
-without whom life would be im-
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Procesesd Foods-Blue A8 thru
E8 no-w valid at 10 points eacni,
for use with tokens. Blue F8 thru
K8 become valid April 1.
Meats and Fats-Red A8 to F8
(Book 4) now valid at 10 points
each, for use with-tokens. Red GS,
HS and JS became valid March 26.
Sugar-Sugar stamp No. 30 (in
Book 4) good for 5 pounds indefi-
nitely. Stamp No. 31, good for 5
pounds indefinitely, becomes valit
Canning Sugar Sugar stamp
No. 40 good for 5 pounds of can-
ning sugar until Feb. 29. 1945. Ap-
ply to local board for supplement,
iShoes-Stamp No. 1 (Book 1)
expires April 30. Airplane stamp
No. 1 (Book 3) valid indefinitely.
Another 'shoe stanip, yet to be des-
ignated, will become valid May x.
Tire Inspection Dates-"A" cou-
pon holders, deadline March 31.
"B" coupon holders, deadline June
30. "C" coupon holders, deadline
Gaso'line-A-11 coupons now va-
lid. Expire June 21.
After today oMd-type B and B-T
coupons and C and' C-1 coupons
which have not been issued sinecw
Nov. 30, 1943, will be invalid. Ola
type E and R coupons which have,
not been issued since Oct. 1, 1943,
will also be invalid after today,
as will all strip T coupons which
do not bear a quarterly des.igna-
tion. Gasoline dealers who have
any of these invalidated types of
ration evidences on hand on, April
1 must surre-nder them by April 10
FOR STATE SENATOR
This is to announce to the peo-
ple of the 25th Senatorial District,
comprised of the Counties of Bay,
Calhoun, Gulf and Washington,
that I am a candidate for the of-
fice of State Senator; subject to
the action of the voters in the
Primary to be held in May, 1944.
0. E. HOBBS,
DISTRICT 5 PORT ST. JOE
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of member of the
Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County from District 5, Port
St. Joe, subject to the will of the
voters at the May 2 primary, and
I will appreciate the vote and sup-
port of all electors. The onty
promise I make is that, if elected,
I will work to the best of my
ability to serve the interests not
only of the residents of my dis-
trict, but the people of the county
as a whole.
T. D. "Doc" WHITFIELD
Fellow Citizens I'-hereby an-
noLi-ce my candidacy for the of-
fice of State Representative and
wish to again express my humble
appreciation for the fine vote you
gave me two years ago.
If you elect me Representative
of Gulf County, I shall be true to
the high responsibility the office
entails, namely: To serve the best
interests o.f .my county without
fear or favor from any source,
ever keening in mind the creed
of our fathers, "A government of
the people, for the people, by the
people, with equal rights to all
and special privileges to none.'
Your vote and support will be
Yours for a Greater Gulf County,
C. C. WILSON
Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS!
Make this f reedtoo!
JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS
cw s' That no one is indispensable .to our county except
the American uho is fighting eud willing to die if need. be
to preserve the nation his forefathers built upon the idea of
government of the people, by the people r-nd for the people.
iE 2tE/EV&S. That a man who stirs up HE BEL/EV'Ei: In the Jeffersonian prin.
racial strife and dis urd in violation of ciple of the rights of the states to govern
SSouthern tradition i. a menace to the tnmscr.vs. He is opposed to a paterna.
state and nation and to the war effort listic, dictatorial government, which sets
and should be retired from public life. up in Flori la a vast political machine of
"In R IUt he. T., v ,..^ ^ n o.. s erv'ice federal employees.
of southern Democrats that the party
principle olf white supremacy must be
JEi BEL/EVES: That the people of Flor-
ida will protect their heritage of Ameri-
canism, won on the field of battle and at
HE BEL/EVES.: That today labor and
business are slaves of government instead
of the government being the servant of
the people., Labor's hard-won gains over
half a century must not be lost by legis-
lation that gives bureaucrats the power
to deny labor's right to bargain freely
"with the employer. ,.
., 0 ri ., .,.,
E CONGRESSMAN f BELIEVES: That free enterprise is
3 .the backbone of American progress and
He had a broad understanding prosperity. He believes that the power- ,
X of Florida's war 'and postwar greedy hands of the bureaucrats must
problems. come off the throttle and that operating I
control of farms, American business and
FOR UNITY IN FLOR.IDA industry should be returned to those who
I, builtt them and are qualified to run them.
GOVERNMENT OP, oithe.
BY AND FOR TH'E PEOPLE /E LFffEfV.* That the future is lost if
the continuation of socialistic tendencies
aneans the return of our fighting forces to
HE WILL KEEP FAITH WITH YOU WPA jobs instead of jobs supplied by
77.7 Ilorida's farms, businesses and industries. L
Hear Hll4i l Q Speech at 7:30 P. M., MONDAY, APRIL 3rd ridaindutrie.
Over StAttont WUF WFTL WPDQ.- WTST WWPG WDLP (Po IfTICAL ADVERTISENENT. PAID FOR By
PaId Political Advertlel
HIS FRIENDS eewt.'ee
You'!! want to VOTE for
JUDGE J. OLLEE
HEAR HIM OVER RADIO
FRIDAY, MARCH 31
6:15 P. M.
MAIL THIS COUPON --
Friends of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS,
414-16 REALTY BUILDING,
JACKSONVILLE 2, FLORIDA.
Please count on my active support and
vote for J. OLLIE EDMUNDS as United
States Senator from Florida in the com.
ing Democratic Primary, May 2nd, 1944.
Street or address
City or Town..... '..
- ---- -- -- --
i Friends OF j. oLLIE EDMUNDS"
I hereby announce my candidacy
for renomination as your Repre-
sentative in the Legisalture from
Gulf County. Should you honor
me with renomination and elec-
tion, I promise to conduct the af-
fairs and responsibilities of the of-
fice for the benefit of all the peo.
ple. It shall be my obligation to
continue to work for the greater
progress and development of the
entire county. Having served you
in the past, I respectfully solicit
your continued vote and support
upon my past record. Thanking
you, I am,
E. CLAY LEWIS, JR.
FOR SUPERVISOR OF
This is to announce my candi-
dacy for re-election to the' office of
Supervisor of Registration *of Gulf
County, subject to the Democratic
Primaries in May.
I have been honored with this
office for the past eight years,
and have tried to be fair and im-
partial to all in administering the
duties of the office, and assure
you that if you will re-elect me I
will be just as faithful in the fu-
ture as I have been in the past.
Owing to war conditions, I may
not be able to see every voter per.
sonally, but .1 assure you that I
wiH be deeply grateful for each
voter's influecne and support,
C. G. RISH.
FOR SUPERVISOR OF
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Supervisor of
Registration of Gulf County, sub-
ject to the will of the voters at the
May 2 primary. I am the widow of
a World War I veteran and- will
appreciate your vote and support.
Madaleine McCarty Whitaker
vMoAV. MAITCFr Si. 1944
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1944
P1bllhed Every Friday at Port St. Joe, Fla.,
by The Star Publishing Company
W. 8. SMITH, Editor
Entered as second-class matter, December 10, 1937, at the
Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 3, 1879.
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adver-..
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisement.
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.
Ow Country S Right or Wrong
THE PEOPLE ARE SATISFIED
The fact that present incumbents in the
offices of sheriff, tax assessor, tax collector,
county judge, school superintendent and clerk
of the circuit court of Gulf county are un-
opposed for re-election seems to point to the
fact that, while Gulf, county takes a keen in-
terest in its politics, and even keener inter-
est in the conduct of its public offices, there
is genuine appreciation for satisfactory serv-
ices rendered by county officials.
It is our theory that this lack of opposition
, comes through a county-wide knowledge that
those officials are doing an excellent job,
striving to render the service expected of
them.. And this condition, we believe, is-r.,-
sponsible for the fine condition in which the
county finds itself. As long as the men in of-
fice are capable, conscientious and conduct
themselves as employes of the people, it adds
to the efficient operation of the county'-,
business to keep them there. Every change
in office brings about its measure of ineffi-
ciency and that inevitable period of training
a new man and his staff in the conduct of-
the affairs of. the office.
County offices are places of responsibility,'
They are duties that demand certain qualifi-
cations for their efficient handling. They are
definitely not posts- of honor nor sources of
pensions nor payrolls for charity. For a man
to be justified in asking the people to give
him one of them h.e:nust have more to offer
than just the fact that' he giants a job and
someone has had it long-enough.
So it would seem that as long as the peo-
ple of this, county have public officials who
are qualified for their jobs, they are not par-
ticularly interested in making changes.
As.long as the board of"county commis-
sioners are spending $2,365.85 of county cash
to pave the streets around the county court
house, within the city limits of the city of
Wewahitchka, it seems reasonable that they
could spend a little of the people's money in:
paving streets in the city of Port St. Joe. We
suggest that they pave Williams Avenue, in
front of Tlie Star building. The city of Port
St. Joe has been promising to do a bit of pav-
ing on this street ever since The Star build-
ing was erected six and a half years ago, but
so far nothing has been done. Of course, with
county redistricting in the offing, this was
the last chance to put over something like'
this paving without too mtich opposition. The
people of this end of the county don't think,
much of that court house street paving job;'
and apparently the Port St. Joe commissioner
on hte board didn't think so much of it either,
as he voted against the proposition.
We noticed an ad in the Atlanta Journal,
the other day describing a dress with "a cer-
tain knee-hinting effect." We've seen some,
right here in Port St..Joe that are quite out-
Remember 'way back in the good old days
when the government could do a heap with a
million dollars ? Nowv nothing less than a bil-
lion is ever mentioned.
ARMY BUG KILLER
Complete freedom for Florida's great cit-
rus and vegetable industry in the postwar
years from the insect pests against which
they must keep night and day vigil now may
be contained in a little glass jar that sits on
the desk of Lt. Col. John Quincy Adams Dan-
iels, sanitary officer of the army air forces
tactical center in Orlando.
That white powder is a super-secret. Its
name can't be mentioned. But one of its ex-
ploits is now 'known to everyone. It's the
weapon the U. S. Army used to knock out the
typhus epidemic in war-ruined Italy.
Typhus is carried by an insect. That insect
is the little fellow that the doughboys of the
other war referred to as a cootie. He is more
generally known as a body louse, because his
favorite habitation is a warm spot on the
human body. U. S. Army doctors in Italy
sprinkled the Italians in occupied areas with
their super-secret white powder and the lice
disappeared. So did the typhus epidemic.
It is known that this powder's potency Is
not only effective against lice, but it Is a
deadly enemy of almost every other insect.
Just now the army has a monopoly on its
use, and its secret is closely guarded, because
insects are the enemies of every army, and
the U. S. can use them for allies as well as
extreminating them as enemies.
But when the war against the Japs and the
Nazis is won, the war of Florida growers
against their insect enemies will still go on.
When the air force's job of training airmer,
to destroy the human enemies of the U. b.
is done, it may leave a weapon that will for-
ever eradicate .the insect enemies of the
Florida farmer.-Orlando Sentinel.
Automobile accidents on the highways, as
well as the ordinary wear, are gradually de-
pleting the motor car power of the nation.
The attrition is scarcely apparent to the i
casual observer, but it is steady and increas-
ing. More than 4000 of the 30,000,000 cars in
the United States are junked every day. Ap-
proximately 1,500,000 a year are retired from
At that rate the last car would be a mu-
seum piece 20 years hence, but the average
life of an automobile is not more than ten
years. Many are outworn or wrecked in less
time: 'As the average age of cars in operation'
.increases, the retirement rate will be acceler-
ated, but only 100,000 of the new cars avail-
able 'when production was discontinued in
February, 1942, remain in dealers' hands for
distribution for most essential use.
The backlog of used cars, many of which
are in eastern states where gasoline has been
rationed severely, decreases rapidly. It is
obvious that production of a limited number
of passenger cars and trucks must be author-
ized soon by the government to prevent a
serious breakdown of transportation facili-
G. I. REVENGE
A sailor stationed on a far-flung U. S. out-
post was noted for his loyalty to his fiancee.
Then one day he received a callous letter tell-
ing him that she was going to marry a 4-F,
and would he please return her picture.
He was so upset by this treachery that his
buddies rallied to avenge their pal. A collec-
tion of photographs, snapshots and pin-up
girls was made from every fellow on the base.
They were packed into a huge crate and sent
to the fickle wench.
Upon opening the crate, she found a note
reading: "Please pick out your picture and
return the rest to me. This is a little embar-
rassing but I don't remember which one is
"A song to be popular must have an idea
behind it," says a song writer. How about .
"Mairzy IDoats," Mister?
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By THE OTHER FELLOW
All these political ads are sorta
crowding out The Other Fellow,
but I've hopes that Editor Bill will
see the light and, give us space
every week, since my fans or
should I say "fan"? ?-are urging
that this column appear in every
issue. Editor Bill tries to play up
to you fellows,; in the service, so,
like Paul K. Jbhlnson and several
other boys who have written in
bemoaning the lack of The, Other
Fellow column, tell him how well
you like it for, after all, I deal in
those little .items. that are not
clas-sified as news and, yet have a
news value-ne,bbe on the scan-
dalous. side-that all of us like to
,Fr' instance, like Glenn Boyles
down there at Costin's dry goods
store. Glenn has the job of dress-
ing up the windows, ,but he has
to put things like, new dresses and
suits in the windows at night
now. If he tries it in the daytime
somebody will grab 'erm off his
arm before he can get them on his
window models. He never gets to
look at his stuff-he doesn't know
what the styles are, he says-
never sees them on his window fig-
ures. Maybe, you been wondering
why you see so many September
Morns in the windows of Costin z.
Now you know why.
J. R. Chestnut is all settled in
hris new grocery and market down
there on the corner of Reid Ave-
nue and, First Street and is sure
passing out the baloney and. bull.
Horace Sou:e got in about a
carload, of paint "the, other day-
enough to paint the town red, but
it happened, to be mostly white.
paint. And speaking of Thb
Top Hat, which we weren't, Doris
Stewart sure passes out a mean
cup of coffee in that eatery. .
Jimmy Holt is gwine break his
neck some day pirutin' around
standing up on the seat of his mo-
torcycle. .... Wonder what has
happened, to Alex Young and hi,
motor bike-? Never see him sailing
around on it any more. .... Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Tapper sure were
i'ckled, spitless when George was
conveniently forcedi down" ovei
at Tyndall Field' the other morn.
. And Mr. and,.Mrs,. Hig Stonet
were al'. smiles this week, too, a.%
'Mickey" was liome on' a short
e. George Johison to
worriedd about the, weatlier: says
The Low Down
Editor The Star:
(I been looking' around all the
stores in Port .St. Joe for a new
Aesop. They don't have 'em. Don't
have much call for 'em any morse,
they say. In fact, John Robert
Smith didn't know what I wab
talking' about when I asked him i-
lie had a copy of Aesop's Fable,,.
The call is for throat-cuttin' ana
shooting' books,-also .books witn
titles like. "The Other Guy's Wife".
or "How She Fooled Her Thira-
Husband'," or me'bbe something' on
economics, like "To Have More,
Spend) More," by the noted, young
Doctor Gabb. Hundreds of these,
but no Aesop. Anybody who has
been sorta confused and, wondering'
why we have been such a jumpy
and sucker kind, of nation can find
out easy as pie at the book stores.
I ain't got nuthin' agin reading ,
or some fun and diversion, like it
is when you're a sucker at the car-
nival, where sometimes it costs
you 2 or 3 bucks for a two-bit
Kewpie doll. But be in' a sucker
like where we mebbe listen when
somebody says we can pay off the
war debt with talk and palavar,
arid magic vs. via taxes, shows
what the shortage of Aesops
Fables is doin' to the country.
Some hungry and' tired lunch
c'.ub, like meibtbe the Kiwanis, that
has run out of things to do, can
take on the job of getting' Aesop
back into print. Brethern and Sis-
tern, that would be a good turn.
Yours with the low down,
QUALIFIES FOR OFFICE
OF ATTORNEY GENERAL
Pledging himself to the service
of the people and full and unre-
served adherence to the laws as
enacted by the people through
their chosen representatives with-
out trying to run everybody else's
business, State Senator Ernest F.
Householder of -Sanford last Fr!-
day qualified for the office 6f at-
torney general for the state,.
The Washington monument la
555.5P feet high.
Send The Star to a friend,
that in all-the 60 5'-air lh;'s spent
in this, neck o' the woods he has
never* met up wi 9ytiifit -like
it. Heos afraid itrePi ihhte6omnie': a
frost andr ruin si(,xa gr.,
THE STAR, PORT, ST., JOE, GULF-COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, ffARIt 31, 1944
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BAPTIST W. M. S. MEETS Mitchell and Mrs. Charles Craw- HONOR ROLL FOR THIRD
AT CHURCH MONDAY ford. During the business meeting QUARTER IS RELEASED
The Baptist Missionary Society Mrs. E. C. Cason of Apalachicola,i Prof. W. A. Biggart has re-
met at the church Monday after- the Ass.ociational Young Peoples leased the Honor Roll for the lo-
cal schools for the third quarter
noon with Mrs. Tom Strickland, leader, talked on the young peo- as follows:
program chairman for the Royal Pels' work. First Grade William Culrer,
Service, in charge. The theme or Mrsl. C. A. McClellan will enter- Patricia Wilder, Albert Collier,
tain Rev. and. Mrs. B. A. Roth on
"Christianity In Europe Today, !, ,, Ruth Turner, Ruth Lynn Ramsey,
SSunfdv Thi net T etim of the,
was developed, 'by Mrs. I. W. Don- society will be a business session
son, Mrs. Lee Crawford, Mrs. Tom at the church.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"HOLDING FORTH THE WORD OF LIFE"
R. F. HALLFORD, Pastor Telephone 156
SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1944
9:45-Sunday School for all.
7:00-Baptist Training Union.
* Young, Vivacious Styles
* Cool Colors, Rich Fabrics
* For All-Occasion Wear
More fashion hits from Jane Holly! These
are cool soap 'n' water cottons you'll live
in all summer. Everything from crisp tail-
ored casuals to frilly dress-ups!
One and two-piece styles. $ 6 50
Solid colors. Up to
"ST. JOE'S SHOPPING CENTER"
for Good Food
65c to $1.25
Breakfast 6:30 to 8:30
Luncheon 12:00 to 2:00
Dinner 6:30 to 8:30
'-"X w '.- ,
At a meeting of the Methodist
Youth Fellowship held Sunday at
the church, the following officers
were elected: Sarah Martin, presi-
dent; Mary Johnson, secretary;
Pauline Owens, treasurer; Evelyn
Taunton, prograamn chairman; Le-
nora Johnson, recreation chanr-
man; Mary Earl H.elms, commun-
ity service; Walter Johnson, pub-
The number attending this meet-
ing was very pleasing, and In-
cluded six servicemen. It is hoped
attendance will increase in future
andi all members who have not
been coming regularly are urgea
to start attending again.
PROF. BIGGART WILL BE
P.-T. A. GUEST SPEAKER
Prof. W. A. Biggart will 'be the
guest speaker at the Parent-Teach-
ers Association study, group next
Thursday afternoon, April 6, at
the high school auditorium.
The purpose of the P.-T. A.
study group is to bring to women
timely and vital subjects whict
will be of interest to them. The
main subject for discussion will
be "'Teen Age Children"'
All P.-T. A. members are urged
to be present at this meeting, and
an invitation to attend is extended
: -r '-^*^ ". "
e Tolbert Mathews, Bobby. PorteYr,
Barbara Pond, Fae Parker, Linea
Pyle', Ann Milstead, Martha Mille.,
Jimmy Costin, Vince Kilbourn,
Second Grade Judith Mahon,
Don Prtster, James Spooner, Troy.
Rhaiies; Rubly Leel .addiox, Sonny
Bosarge, Ediward Pridgeon, Ralph
McLawhon, Bobby McKnight, Co:t-
stance Boundis, Sib'bie Brinson, Ab-
bie. Grace Dees,, Lois Jean McFa--
land, Mae Frank Segers, Virginia
Swatts, Carol Smith Boncile Wood
Third Grade John Milsteas.
Joyce Campbell, Ruth Coe, Nita
Vern Love, Billy Joe Rich, Donald
Ramsey, Jimmie, Williams, Jane
Allemore, Jackie Frost, Arlene
Hull, Jacquelyn Kenney.
Fourth Grade-Waddlell Biggart,
Bobby Gibson, Betty Jo Tharpe,
Jimmy Philyaw, Janice Roberts,
Barbara Sue Boyles, Ferrel Allen,
Sara Mathews, John Barrier.
Fifth Grade Philip Chatham,
Elbert Sutton, Allyne Evans.
Sixth Grade Franklin Young,
Dorothy Manasco, Merita Sutton,
Jan Wimberly, Maxine Guilford,
Seventh Gradie-Lynette Trax-
ler, Jack Douglas, Mary Davidson,
Moneva Arrant, Lynn Kilbourn,
James Chatham, Luther Parrott.
Eighth Grade-Dorothy Minus,
Ninth Grade Wesley Ramsey,
Billy Glbson, Betty Harrison, Lu-
'Tenth Grade Howard Kelly,
Frenchie Woodin, Eloise Scheffer,
Jewel Faircloth, Jack Mahon.
Twelfth Grade-Onnie LeHardy,
Edna Lee Lewits, Carolyn Baggett,
Willa Dean Lowery.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pyle are an-
nouncing the 'birth of an 8%-
pound daughter at the municipal
hospital on March 24.
'Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rhames'an-
nounce the birth of a 9%-pound
daughter, March 25, at the munici-
Mr. and Mrs.. L. Larimore are
the proud parents of a son, bora
March 22 at the municipal hospital
Mr. and Mrsi. A. V. Bateman an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
March 22, at the municipal hos-
0. E. S. INITIATES
At a regular meeting of Gult
Chapter 191, Order of Eastern
Star, held Tuesday night in the
Masohic hall, Mrs. Virginia Tally
was taken into the order. Mrs.
Johnnie Stillwell, past matron, of
Oklahoma, was a visitor. Follow-
ing the meeting, refreshments
were served to 24 present.
Services every Sunday evening
at 7:30 o'clock.
April 2 and 3
to the public.
A generation ago the physician carried
a small assortment of drugs with him;
The modern physician prescribes drugs
exactly suited to your case, and regis-
tered pharmacists compound them with
care and skill. We cooperate with youth
physician by maintaining complete stocks
of modern medicines and chemicals.
We us Merck Prescription Cdrmical,
Phone 5 Port St. Joe
We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription -'
TUESDAY, APRIL 4
BUT IT'S -
Chapter 2 of Serial
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5
"GAY RIO" and
"MY LITTLE BUCKAROO"
April 6 and 7
jB TrA I s o
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.SATURDAY, APRIL 1
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Chapter 7 of Serial
- FEATURE NO. 2--
PAGE SIX THE STAR, Pi~T ST.. JoE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA FRIDAY, -MARCH 31, 1944
"Do : you believe in clubs for
"Yes, if technique fails."
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Three houses on 10th
Street; two 5-room. one 4-room.
For further information inquire of
Mrs. Sanders Chitty, phone 66:
-FARM FOR RENT-20-acre truck
farm, 57 bearing pear trees; on
SHighway Six, 11 miles from Port
St. Joe. See J. C. Efurd. 4-7*
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large furnished bed-
.om'in or apartilent. Next door
to HurLbut's on 8th St. 1 4-14,
FOR RENT-Furnished room, ad-
joining bath; private entrance.
See S. -. Boyles at Coslin's De-
partment Store. 3-31tt
BABY CHICKS-$6.75 hundred up
C. 0. D. Write Kingston Hatch-
eries, Kingston, Georgia. 1"
PERMANENT WAVE, 59c! Do your
own Permanent with Charm-Kurl
Kit. Complete equipment, includ-
ing 40 curlers and shampoo. Easy
to do, absolutely harmless. Praised
-by thousand's including Fay McKen-
zie, glamorous movie star. Money
refunded if .not satisfied. Weeks'
Dry Goods Store. 4-21*
FISH BAIT Fresh, clean worms
that are guaranteed to get the
fish for you. See Eddie Beverly
in the ,Sheffield colored quarters
Advertising doesn't cost--it PAYS!
'This is to notify -that the County
Registration Books, are now open
in the office of the Supervisor of
Registration in the Court House
at Wewahitchka, Fla., to register
al' who are not now registered if
they wish to vote. in .the May Pri-
mary. The books will close April
15, 1944. To this I affix my hand
-and seal this the 6th day of March
C. G. RISH,
3-10 Supervisor of Registration,
3-31 for Gulf County. Fla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 11:00 a.m.-Morning worship.
NAME LAW 6:30 p.m.-Youth Fellowship.
To Whom It May Concern: No- 7:30 p. m.-Evening worship.
tice is hersebygiven tha the un- Woman's Society meets Mon-
titious Name Statute, House Bill days at 3:00 p: m. Prayer meeting,
No. 1175, Chap. No. 20953, Laws of Bilble study and choir, practice
Florida, 1941, will register with Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
the Clerk-of the Circuit Court, In
and for Gulf County, Florida, upon
receipt of proof of publication of To a young lady in Panama City
this notice, the factitious name, is ascribed the statement, in which
to-wit: Chestnut's Grocery and there is some plausibility, that a
Market, under which I am engaged
in business at Port St. Joe, Fla. girl has to keep on her toes in
That the party interested in salu times, like the present in order
,business enterprise is as follows: to keep ahead' of the heels.
J. R. CHESTNUT., ___
Datedi at Port St. J'6e, Gulf County,
Fla., March 24, 1944 3-24 4-21 Subscribe to The Star-$2 year.
KEEP 'EM WRITING!
A Gift He'll Appreciate .
Military Stationery with his name imprinted,
together with the insignia of the branch of
service with "which he is serving Marines,
Army, Navy, Coast Guard or the Air Corps.
Smallest Red Cross Girl Overseas
<< With the Colors >
(Continued From Page 11
rived home Tuesday from Camp
Shelby, Miss., for a few days' visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
H. Stone. He expects to leave to-
day for Camp Gruber, Okla.
W. M. Giblert, BEI 2/c, has been
transferred from Camp Peary at
Williamsburg, Va., to the Pacific
coast. His address is now 25th
Special Construction Battalion,
ABD, Co. D-4, Port Hlueneme, Ca-.
Cpl. J. C. Truett, 3-1241500, h q.
Btry. 941 PA Bn., APO 9722, c/o
Poctmasier, New York, N. Y.
Pfc. James B. Traweek, VMB
433, Mag. 43, US)MACS, El Centro.
An error was made last week in
the serial number of Paul F. John-
son, a "6" being o.mmittod. The
number should be: 34406665.
RED CROSS WAR FUND
DRIVE SHORT OF QUOTA
(Continued from page 1)
lin or his committeess and give.
If the war goes on another year
Red Cross needs will be more than
doubled; if it comes to a close,
problems of rehabilitation, jobs,
pensions, etc., will be manifold.
We should all remember that
the Redi Cross is serving the loved
ones of all our people in the armed
forces, and we, must not let them
To Attend 0. E. S. Grand Chapter
Mrs. W. S. Smith, worthy ma-
tron of the local chapter, Order of
Eastern Star, and Mrs. J. A.
Christ mas will leave today for
Tampa to attend the 40th session
of Grand Chapter, Order of East-
ern Star of Florida. Other mem-
bers of the local chapter expect-
ing to leave for Tampa Sunday ar'
Mrs. D. C. Smith, Mrs. Ross Co-
burn and Mrs. Jim Shannon.
Rev. 0. D. Langston. Pastor
Q-:4 o n-a-Church school
Scouting on foot in Tunisia, Pfc. Charles H. Evans was captured
by 30 Italian infantrymen and marched to the rear. A-bayonet at his
back, Evans whirled, disarmed his guard, and escaped. Although
wounded by rifle fire, he hid in a cactus patch till nightfall, slipped
back to our forces with valuable information picked up as a ncisonen
For this he wears the_Purple Heart and the Silver Star. (
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Marquis James, well known at-
thor, was a visitor in Port St. Joe
this week, stopping at the Chato.
Mr. James is a Pulitzer prize win-
ner and is the author of "The Life
of Andrew Jackson," "The Life ot
Sam Houston" and "Th1e Life of
Alfred I. duPont."
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home to your man in the service.
Send it to him before he goes otrt-
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have to make a request for it.
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SOMEWHERE IN NORTH AFRICA-Pint-sized Doris S.' Walker Chili
of Dalton, Pa., 5'1", enjoys a G.I. kidding to get up off her knees.
Known as "Pudgy," she is believed to be the smallest girl Red Cross DINE and DANCE
has thus far sent into foreign service.
THE STAR, PORY ST- JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDAA
FRIDAY, MARCH .31, 19-44