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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: August 11, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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S\ The Home Ne
WITH TM" CMC J
VOLUME VII
(The Star wants photos of Gulf county men
servinrg in tha armed forces. Pictures, which
should be in uniform, will be returned.)
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PVT. OUTLAW WRITES FROM R s u3lts of Tuak
ENGLAND AND ALSO FRANCE rfSI S O1 I
Somewhere In. England
July 26, 1944
Dear Editor Bill-Well, hre I
am in England-the army is very The following returns on Tuesda
-fast these drays. This is the most tion were furnished The Star thronu
disagreeable place I have ever county supervisor of Registration:
been. The sun hardly ever shines.
stays cloudy, damp and Windy witn
plenty, of cold and misting rain. _
We sleep in ,tents on open
ground with dirt floors. The peo- CANDIDATES
ple back in the States do not know
what the word "appreciation"
means. I d4n't, either, but I do
now and will when I arrive bacK DISTRICT.3-Overstreet Beacon
in the States. Thos. R. L. Carter .......... 41'
I was in Port St. Joe last mont : Wiley Collinsworth ........... 34
and I wanted to go around ani J. C. "Chris" Martin ........ 40
talk to you, but my time was lim- Roy B. Whitfield ............ 164
ited as I had a very short furlough. DISTRICT 4-Port St. Joe Kenne:
I will, get to talk to you some of George W. Cooper ........... 149
these days. You know how it is 'Basil E. Kenney, Jr. ........ 120
over here as you have been over DISTRICT 5-Port St. Joe
this. way. J. O. Bragdon ............. 27
There is to be a good old day ,B. W. Eells ................. 35
ahead of us, and I don't think it C. H. "Whaley" Johnson ..4...
will be long now. All the news C. Roche ................ 84
sounds good here. Everybody is in IT. D. "Doc" Whitfield ...... 129
the best of spirits. I am hoping to Rsh faled to furnish us
eat Christmas dinner at home this Mr. Rish failed to furnish us w
and Jim S. Daniels in the First.
year. I neither of these gentlemen were o
I hope that I will hear from you 'board, any votes they polled were ,
and other of my friends in St. Joe o
as I always .enjoy mail from my --- -
- friends. How is, .e fishing around
those good holes? I sure would Sullivan. Resigns B
like to be on the Dead Lakes, Lake,
Wimico or the Chipola River. As Commissioner;
Wishing the best of luck to you,
I am, sincerely, Hurlbut Is Named
Pvt P I. H.OTL AW.


Co. H, Irif: 34799269
APO 15378 c/o Postmaster
'New York, N. Y.
Somewhere in France
July 30, 1944
Editor Bill-Well, here I am in
France, which I guess. will be a
surprise to you, as well as myself.'
I have been through a few of the
French cities here and( they are in
pretty bad shape. The Jerries
come over once, in a while to see
us, but they can't take it and don't
stay long. We are all living in pup


New Member of Board Will As-
sume Duties At Next
Meeting

,C. J. Sullivan, member of the
board of city commissioners, this
week resigned from the board, his
resignation to take effect immed.i-
ately.
At a special called meeting of
the board held Wednesday morn-
ing at 10 o'clock at the city hall,
Miles K. Hurlbut, 5 and 10-cent


tents, store owner, was named by the rs-
IThe news over here really Is maining commissioners to fill the
good. I think it is the best since unexpired term of Commissioner
the invasion, also on the Russian Sullivan. He will assume his du-
front. We all have American, Eng- ties at the next regular meeting of
lish and French money. What a the board.
mixture! And try and keep all the Mr. Sullivan, accompanied by his
values of each pierce in mind., wife, left this week for Florala,
Tell all the folks in St. Joe hello Ala., where he will enter a hospital
and I hope to soon be back there for several weeks, of treatment.
with you all.


R. H. OUTLAW.


McNeill Now Second Looey.
A/C-James T. McNeill was re-
cently commissioned a second lieu-
tenant in the. Army Air Forces at.
Turner Field, Albany, Ga. Turner
Field, an AAF pilot school (aa-
(Continued on Page 2)
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INCOME TAX REFUNDS
DRAWING INTEREST

Port St. Joe and other Gult
county folk who have not yet re-
ceived' refunds from the govern-
ment for overpayments. on their
1943 income tax are reassured by
John L. Fahs, collector qf internal
revenue, that their money will be'
along shortly, and in the meantime
it 'is drawing 6 per cent interest
per year for every month'the re~
fund is delayed after March 15.
In his letter to The Star, Fahs
stated that refund checks are be-
ing mailed from Jacksonville' to
taxpayers of the district of Florida
at the 'rate of 2000 per week, hur
even so, it will be some time be-
fore all of them .are sent out.


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1944 NUMBER 45


day's ,Election


y' s county commissioner elec-
gh the courtesy of C. G. Rish,



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Hill Highland View
0 3 '12, 2 1 200 12-271
0 13 17 3 1 60 25-143
0 15 22 6 19 .177 A4-293
S ,1 113 66 29 68 16-464
y's Mill
4 10 6 14 2,8 273 37-521
3 22 165 '59 2.1 232 26-648

0 10 16 5 6 142 22-228
0 0 1' 4 8 87 2-137
0 6 71 1 0 33 1- 52
0 6 57 14 16 151 23-351
4 15 89 51 19 99 19-42,5
ith figures on W. R. Connell
and Second districts, but as
pposead for re-election to the
entirely complimentary.


3oard Failing To

Renew Many 'B'


Kenny Goes In


As Commissioner


1A Registrants In

26- 37 Age Group

Are To Be Called

Boards Directed to Review Classi-
fications With View to Giving
Occupational Deferments


Brigadier General Vivian Colldns,
Florida state director of selective
service, in a letter to The Stai
yesterday, announced that, effec-
tive September 1, 1944, the restric-
tion against induction of regis-
tran-ts, in the age group, 26 through
37 will be removed and that all
registrants classified to 1-A will
thereafter be called for induction
in sequence of order number.
He further pointed out that un-
der recently liberalized policies
governing consideration for occu-
pational deferment that the local
boards have been directed to re-
view all 1-A classifications in the
age group 30 through 37 with a
-view to granting occupational de-
ferment to all registrants whom
they may find' to be regularly en-
gaged in an activity in war pro-


And '' Rati-ons duction or in support of public
An aC.1 u R ons 'health or inte-'est ", An(. to review.
1-A classifications in the age
plicants for Supplementary Gas- group 26 through 29 with a view
line Must Show Participation to granting deferment to those
In Car-Sharing Pool who may meet this requirement
and 'who also are found to .be
initial reports indicate about 20 necessary men in their occup-r
* cent of applications received tions.
the Gulf county ration board The change in induction proce-
renewal of "B" and "C" ration dture will affect only those whom
>ks for use after August 1 are the local, boards do not find to be
ng rejected 'because applicants qualified under these rules or
to prove full participation in measurement in the respective age
-sharing pools, groups.
'hus, as applications .begin roll- The change in no way affects
into the board under the ruling the present restriction against oc-
owing application for renewals 'cupational deferment of regis-
hin 10 days of expiration date, trants in the age group 18 through
became evident issuance of a 25.
h percentage of supplementary
line allotments in Gulf county Steve McPhaul In-Town
uld hinge on the car-sharing re- Steve McPhaul arrived in town
rement. Wednesday from Tampa for a
'he high percentage of rejec- visit of several days, with rela-
is reflected in initial reports tives. Steve is in much. better
mpted a reminder by Board health than he was on his last trip
(Continued on page 6) up this way.


W. C. Roche and T. D. Whit-
field High Men In District
5; Chris Martin and Roy
Whitfield In District 4.

Considering the fact that tWO
.commissioners in the north endi of
the county, W. R. Connell and Jim
Daniels, had no opposition in their
bd for re- l* Q tion fn t t-h v A f


*u li A'-'lk-e 'i n oA tiu Lio e L oara-U ot
county commissioners, voters' ot
Gu'f county turned out fairly
strong Tuesday for. the sp cials
election to name commissioners iu
all of the county's five, districts t N
der the redistricting law passea
at the last session of the leglasbi
ture.
Basil E. Kenney Jr., was named
.to the board, over George Cooper
in District Four, composed of that
portion of Port St. Joe north o 0
Fifth Street and taking in RKen
ney,'s Mill. Final results wears
Kenney 648 and Cooper 521, a ma-
jority of 127 votes for the forme,.
As could be expected, the Kenney
Mill precinct went strong for Ken,
ney, which was, the deciding fac*
tor in this particular race,
In District Five, made up of thai
part of Port St. Joe south of Flftht
Street and extending-to the -rank-
lin county ,:j-. & .''. Roche,/-the
incu'timben anid T. i.' Dioc" Whit.
field were the two high men in-
field of five, Whitfield,'qaking 425
votes out of 1193 cast and Roche
351, the other three contestantS
dividing up the balance of the 41?
votes between them.
In District Three the runoff next
Tuesday will be between Roy B.
Whitfield, incumbent, and J. 0.
"Chris" Martin, the two high meWt
in that 'race, in which four con.
testants were entered. Those, R.
L. Carter ran third and Wiley Col-
linsworth of Highland View tooK
the cellar position.
For complete returns for all pre,
cincts refer to the tabulated vote
in the adjoining column.

Leave On Vacation
Rev. .and Mrs. 0. D. Langston,
expect to leave today for a three.
week's vacation trip to points in
Louisiana and Arkansas.


WE WANT THE HELP
OF OUR READERS

The editor of The Star does
not have the time to get out and
comb the highways and bywaylB
for news items, as he Is practice
ally the whole force in the print
shop. (Our "devil" might recent
that statement).
We know that you like to real
personal items about your neighi
bors and friends-and likewlae,
your neighbors and friends. like
to read about your comings and
goings and any,visitors you may
have from time to time.
So we ask you to write, phone
or drop in and tell us when yoU
have been out of town or are go0
ing out of town for a visit; when
you have visitors-any little
item like that. We will al
preciate your help, and we know
that you will co-operate with US,
for it is little "homey" things
like that that make The. Star
"your" paper.


SlrtflhffR~illtmHW~ri flAIUItih~lflulA~Haffl~f#lHI


_Airfield Objective On Guamn
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Wh ASHINGTON, D. C.-(U. S. Navy Soundphoto)-Clearly perceptible through the clouds i n thih
photo taken by Navy reconnaissanceplane .tj th s sizable Ja ai"ield on Guam. This.is one of the'-alieut
objectives of Our troo~ps. "








PA'* I S s


With the Colors -

(Continued from page 1)
VIrced two-engine) is one of ;
group of air bases which compose
tbe Army Air Forces eastern fly-
Jng training center.
ADDRESSES
John Williams, S 2/c, Camp 0,
Barracks 3, UISN ATB, Ft. Pierce,
nla,
G, E, McGill, Jr. WT 3/c, PF 52,
UTSS Allentown, c/o Fleet Postof-
tice, New York, N. Y.,
,Capt, George G. Tapper 0796451,
380th AAF Base Unit, N Squadron,
Greenville, S. C.
Pvt. Paul. K. Johnson 14153910,
Casual Squadron B-I, APO 16386B
.C/ Postmaster, New York, N. *.
Pyvt. Medie W. Roger, ASN3453-
4666, QM. Dot., APO 937 c/o Post-
master, Seattle, Wash.
Lleut. Silas, R. Stone 0-1825076,
Co. C, 4th Bn., 1st Regt., A. G. ?.
D, 1, Ft. George G. Meade, Md.
James Owen Holt, S2/c, USNAS
PIst. MC, Vero Beach, Fla.


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Gossip is anything that goes In Write a letter today to that boy
one ear and over the back fence. of yours in the service.
----- EVERYBODY WELCOME!---------
EVERYBODY WELCOME!


. Christmas.,Mail for Services Lthe volume of gifts handled last
Army postal officers are prepar- iear, through fleet postoffices InI
ing to move about twice as many New York and San Francisco.
Christmas parcels as were handled T--- -
last year, while the navy mailI The War Bond you buy may be
service expects nearly four times H1S ticket home!
Paid Political Advertising Paid Political Advertising

Attention Voters!
For years the south end of Gulf polls next Tuesday and cast your
county has had but one represen-i votes for capable and alert busi-
tative on the board of county com- ness men, men who have the gooa
missioners. The recent redistrict- of the entire county at heart ana
ing election gave us the opportun- who will not favor any one section
ity to have two, and possibly three or be under the control of certain
members on the board. cliques, capable of swinging votes
Indications seem to point to the the way they want and putting
fact that you voters are willing to candidates they support under ob.
go on having but one representa-' ligations to them.
tive on the board-Basil Kenney, Next Tuesday you will have the
Jr. opportunity to give this portion or
We have been crying over the the county, and Port St. Joe in par-
fact that our one member of the ticular, the break it has been de-
board had little to say in regard nied ever since the county was
to county matters, being outvoted first cut from Calhoun county.
by the four other commissioners, Make use of that opportunity!
all from the north end of the Mark your ballets for WELTON
county. That situation will con. C. ROCHE and J. C. "CHRIS-
tinue to exist unless you go to the MARTIN.


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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"HOLDING FORTH THE WORD OF LIFE"
R. F. HALLFORD, Pastor Telephone 156
SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 1944

9:45-Sunday School for all.
11:00-Morning Worship.
7:00-Baptist Training Union.
8:00-Evening Worship.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 19",.


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


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


Governor-Elect Is

Acquainting Self

With State Affairs

Hat Still Fits and Commands
Respect of All Who
Contact Him

By RUSSELL KAY
I like, immensely, the attitude
of Governor-elect Millard Caldwell
toward his new job. Since the
election last May, he has taken
advantage of every opportunity to
acquaint himself with Florida's
many problems. Getting into every
section of the state, he is meeting
and talking with people in all
walks of life, studying local con-
ditions and generally preparing
himself to take over, the trying
duties of chiei executive with a
sound background of authentic in-
formation that is up-to-date and
gained at firsthand.
As governor-elect, he finds so-
cialites, big business' executives
and, officials eager and- anxious to
"make a fuss over ,him." They
would like to lavishly entertain,
throw cocktail parties, stage mass
meetings and special events in his
honor. He has carefully avoided
that sort of thing.
Recently he attended thQ joint
meeting of the Scenic Highlana-


ers, Bee Line Highway, Central
Florida, Inc., and Orange Blossom
Trail associations at Silver Springs.
He made no speeches, took no
part in the deliberations-simply
sat in the back of the room, mod-
estly, quietly, listening and learn-
ing. Cordiial and friendly was his
greeting to old acquaintancEs,
leaving them with the pleasant Im-


and who could only assume such
state duties at actual sacrifice to
their own interests, in a desire to
advance the welfare of the state.
Such major problems as highw-ay
construction, water conservation,
oil leases, conduct of state institu-
tions, finance and taxation are be-
ing given close and thoughtful
study by Millard CaldwelL. His in-


q-,. uuiy anm 1nuIVstigation into such
pression, "He's the same told Mil- subjects is not lie to oee,
_-.., .. .. ub]acts is not imied'to confer-
lird." While maintaining a quiet .e w *' fe .r -
enarce ovit a fwiilarflr'


dignity- and a certain amount or
reserve, he manages to avoid any
degree of self-importance, his hat
still fits and he commands respect
from all who contact him with his
genuine sincerity, his poise, ana
his charm.
He hasn't had, much to say since
the election, but I like what he has
said. He talks straight from the
shoulder and gives the impression
of a man who has his feet on the
ground but who realizes he faces
a big job and is determined to give
it his best.
If he means what he says, and
I for one, believe he does, he of-'
fers little encouragement to po-
litical hangers-on, who posse-ssing
no real ability or. qualifications,
hope to secure good-paying, easy
jobs at the expense of the tax-
payers. Millard made no promises
during the campaign and, he tells
us it is his intention to pick the
best and ablest men for posts ot
responsibility, men who are not
sleekiing such jobs, who, are suc-
cessful.and busy in their own right


litical leaders. He is getting out
among the peo-ple themselves to
ascertain, firsthand, their views on
these and other vital subjects. He
is gathering ideas and suggestions
from farmers, workers, housewives
and clerks, as ivell as bankers and
bigwigs.
He places great faith in the peo-
ple as a whole. He contends that
state problems are problems of all
the people, not of any one clique
or group, and that their solution
. lies ,in greater interest on the part
of every citizen, backed by a will-
ingness to assume the obligations
of citizenship as well as enjoy its
advantages.
He points out that government
"is the people," and it is, within
their power to demand and secure
the kind of government they de-
sire. Individuals .may be wrong, ha-
points out, but the composite cit-
izenry is 'going to. b, right, ana
government in our democratic
sense means ultimate control by
individual citizens. He reminds' us


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this cottage g1




this mansion 12






all get the same




electric service!


-WAR has moved many American families into new
living quarters. But, whatever the size of their homes
they all get exactly the same dependable electric service

Oh, sure, some folks may light more rooms and use
more appliances than you do. But the service and the
quality of the electricity you receive remain the same
You can't buy an "exclusive" grade.

Electricity is also the one service whose cost has
remained low-while the cost of living in general has
been going up. Whoa, you say? Your bill's been more
over the years? Well, that's because you're now using
electricity to keep food, wash clothes, clean rugs, tell
time and make music-where once you used it only
for light.

The truth is, the average American family today
gets about twice as much electricity for its money as it
did 15 years ago! And we, your friends and neighbors
are proud to be one of the many electric companies
under business management, bringing you this bargain


You have been reading about the
wartime need for pulpwood. Today
the need is greater than ever before.
Our offensives in Europe and the
Pacific have greatly increased mili-
tary requirements for supplies and
equipment made of pulpwood or
packed in paper or paperboard
made of pulpwood. I' has become
an A-1 war material.


it's a Wartime Job

Pulpwood cutting has been recog-
nized by the War Manpower Com-
mission and the Selective Service


System as an essential occupation,


With a Post-War Future

But pulpwood production is differ-
ent from most war industries. It
will continue on the same scale
after the war.
Cut pulpwood today because it
is both patriotic and profitable.
Your county agent, forester, or mill
buyer will tell you about the peak
wartime prices being paid for it.
Now's the time to get into a busi-
ness which will continue to pay
good dividends when peace returns.


YOUR VICTORY PULPWOOD COMMITTEE


J. B. WHITE, County Agent


C. H. JOHNSON


that th.e legislature is subservient AERIAL TARGET DRILL'
to the will of the people and that NEAR ST. JOE PENINSULA
what it does or does not do ts Tyndall Field flexible gunnerl,
based' on what it, as a body, feels school will have aerial target
the. 'pople most desire. It thus be- practice in the waters of the Gult
comes the. duty of the individual of Mexico and St. Joseph Bay in
citizen n to Lake an active int C-es the vicinity of .the St. Joseph pen-
in state affairs and make known insula, the U. S. Engineer's Of,
his wisihies. fice, War Department, Mobile,
Florida is fortunate in the choice Ala.,:has announced.
of her chief executive. Millard Firing will be conducted dailY
Caldwe11l should make an out- from 7 to 11 a. m. and from 1 ta
standing governor, but he will '5 p. m., weather permitting, and
need help-sincere, unselfish help no vessels shall enter or remain
from all of us-and, this he richly in the danger area during 'thdo
deserves hours.
---- --- --_---^ _-_--_-
Write a letter today to that boy The War Bond you buy may be
of yours in the service. HIS ticket home!
. . . . . . ..- -. . .


--1 -'gi __


VICTORY
PULPWOOD
CAMPAIGN


FRIOAY,. AUGVT ji, 1044 "Im"N


0 PAG THILI


THE STAR


W. S. SMITH









PASEPQU TH $-AR, ORT~T.JOE GUL SQNTY FLRID


THE STAR
Published Every Friday at Pert St. Joe, FIl,.
by The Star Publishing Company
W. 8. SMI-TH, Editor

Entered as second-class matter, December 10, 19S7, at the
Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
One Year....... $2.00 Six Months....... $1.00

-.#E Telephone 51 }]--
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.

Our Country Right or Wrong

POST-WAR PLANNING
We have stopped several people on the
street and asked them what they thought of
post-war plans for Port St. Joe and Gulf
county and found that all of them were only
interested in winning the war and were will-
ing to let the future take care of itself after,
the war is won.
We have no quarrel to pick with them for
their idea, that the war be won before any
future plans for our community are con-
sidered, but we have no doubt that victory is
in sight-perhaps not until next year, or the
year after that or the year after that-but we
do contend that post-war planning now is of
vital necessity, for the community that plans
now for the future is the community that
will progress.
Gulf county has a post-war building fund
.and definite plans should be formulated right
now for the use of that fund, particularly to
provide employment for the servicemen who
will return home when the conflict ends.
One thing in particular that should be
planned for Port St. Joe is an airport large
enough for medium-size planes or the rapid
development 6f aviation will not help us to
grow. This city is strategically located for
post-war air commerce with South America
and we will need a combination field capable
of caring for both land and sea planes.
We must plan for things like these now, or
other more progressive communities will beat
us to the funds that will-be available for such
type developments.
If we have our plans all down in black and
white when the war ends we will be ready
for the green light, but unless we think and
plan for the future we will have no future.

SOMETHING REALLY NEW
Over 17,000,000 American homes are today
heated by stoves.
For about as many centuries as we know,
mankind's primary wants have been: palat-
able food, a compatible mate, shelter and
bodily warmth.
As to heat, Benjamin Franklin observed
that there had been almost no progress for
2000 years and put together his famous idea
in home heating.
But at last a new stove that is really a fur-
nace is here--a stove that one can forget for
a week in moderate winter weather that
burns up its own smoke-that whacks one-
third off the coal.bill for a starter-that can,
heat an entire bungalow snugly---that will
cost less than $100-ftat is ready for post-
war use.

We won't have much faith in rumors that ..
victory is just around the corner until clerks
in stores and waiters revive the prewar policy
of pretending the customer is always right.
-Woodstock (Ill.) Journal..

When a man is tied down to his business
by imaginary chains this hot weather he
visions a boat tied up in the shade of a cy-
press tree with bream and trott leaping
among the lily, palds.


AN ANNIVERSARY OF ACHIEVEMENT FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS
Just a year ago this week, American news-
papers launched the Victory Pulpwood
Campaign in response to an appeal from Don-
ald M. Nelson, chairman of the War Produc-
tion Board.
At that time the pulpwood production pic- O
ture was drab indeed. The nation's pulpwood
supply had been steadily dwindling since the
fall of 1942 while military and essential civil-
ian needs for paper and other pulpwood prod-
ucts had been as steadily rising.
Although the emergency is not yet past, we
are happy to report that real progress has
been made during the twelve months that
The Star and other newspapers in pulpwood
areas have been supporting this campaign.
The trend in pulpwood production has been
reversed. Receipts this year are consistently a
better than last year and in some months on
a par with 1942 when pulpwood production
reached its highest peaks. However, pulpwood
inventories all but disappeared during the lean
months of 1943 and military requirements for
paper and other pulpwood products have ex-
ceeded earlier government estimates.
We are not yet out of the woods-literally
or figuratively. In fact, WPB officials report
that the victory tempo of our military serv-
ices has increased the demands for pulpwood
-now a war material of the highest priority.
As a pulpwood-producing area, Gulf county
and our neighboring counties can be proud of
our achievements during the past year. But, STARDUST and The Low Down
like our boys in uniform, we're not celebrat-" from
ing yet, but rather digging in for the rest ot MOONSHINE Willis Swam p
1944 or until the war is won. By THE OTHER FELLOW lis wri
Mr. Nelson, you can count on Gulf county _
to cut its share of the needed 16,000,000 cords -a Editor The Star:
this year. The two Smiths--John Robert of TMy, essay this week is "Antiques."
drug store fame, and William S. of 'Antique means ancient, antiquated,
Star fam--would as g go on old-fashioned, so you see there is
Star fame-would a-fishin go on leeway. You take it like when yo
CIGARETS SHED WRAPPERS Thursday afternoon of last week e to clink a couple of 20-doar
Civilians' cigarets shed their protective coy- and hied themselves out into the gold pieces in your jeans pocket-
ering for the sumqier season; it probably will bay in the face of dark, threatening that is a sample of something "an-
return with the fall. storm clouds, on the far horizon. 'cient." But, pardner, clinkin' two,
TcTwo circuits around the pilings of pieces of gold coin gave you a nliice
Trhe disappearance of cellulose (wrapping the old wharf with nary a strike and safe weelin', but now they can
represents voluntary conservation on the part and a third circuit started when slap you in jail for daoin" so.
of the tobacco industry. Contrary to popular says W. S.: "I think it's going to But to git ahead with my an-
belief, summer's humidity a acts to preserve rain, and I always have been aller- .tiques, there is the word "anti-
cigarets. It is in cold weather that tobacco gic to water-it's only good for run- quated," it means something' sorta
ning under bridges." Says John out of vogue like mebbe a 'hoop-
dries out fast, especially when kept on the Robert: "I agree with you; let's 'skirt, while "old-fashioned" is use
shelves of steam-heated stores. So cellophane head for shore." 'for something' that is old but most
rations are being hoarded now for use when But, alas and alack! the decision likely nice, like where in a family-
they are more needed. was arrived at too late, for the rain style dinner like we have down here
Officially, the government still allows the began coming down in bucketsful, in the Swamp the soup tureen was,
tobacco (and baking) industry 90 per cent and the ,two doughty seafarers were on the table an d not hid out in toe
drenched to the hide. Andi, to make kitchen.
the cellophane used in 1942. At best, this isn't matters worse, the tide was falling I started, this here research to
enough to wrap today's huge production. Ac- rapidly and their good ship ran find out why your sweet and charm-
tually, high-priority orders for ordnance and aground several times, niecessitat- ing better half will dig up any
army ration wrapping, etc., plus the in- ing going overboard by the two tars amount for a 100-ysear-old'bedstead
creased war need for cellulose (wood pulp) and pushing and' pulling the boat while she won't pay 2 bits fer a 10-
eavecu c phnkte sfiorpmenus tose civin i through the shoals-all in the midst year-old hat. All you kin git fer the
have cut cellophane shipments to civilian in-f the heavy downpour. 'latter is a snicker, but fer the be
dustries below quota.-Wall Street Journal. Now, if youi dn 't particularly stead with real worm holes made
value your life, when the rain Is 'by a bona fide wortm, you git 200
pouring down, just -say to either of bucks.
CAN'T STAIN RECORD the Smiths: "Whadda you say, let's. But fe- my sign-off-it'll ,be a
'The Nazis threaten that if the war "spills go fishing out in the bay?" Resuilts great day when antique gold re-
over our holy German land," they will "turn are guaranteed to be terrific. turns-and it won't he Illegal to
this continent into a maelstrom of destruc- Thought for a ti her clink and jingle same.
t time the other dael Yours withthe low-down,
tion where only one cry is heard-the cry of bhat I was going to get a couple of JO the S A.
blood." cigars' from Basil E. Kenney (the ___
As if their blood lust needed advertising. elder) under the impression that he DDT or Food ,Crops, Too
Do they' think the survivors of five years had became a proud father, but I By use of the new insectlcidde,
of the Nazi "maelstrom of destruction" can was disappointed. 'DDT, apples, onions, oranges and
be frightened now ? Do they think that Ger- flaming hair, came dashing into the insects that normally cause much
man land is more "holy" to Germans than the municipal 'hospital the other day damage. It is stated that in expert-
desecrated homes of Poles, Russians, Dutch, shouting in an hysterical voice': nents conducted on the west
Frenchmen, Belgians, Norwegians, Yugoslavs "Come quick, I've just had a baby coast, results indicate a very high
and others are dear to those victim's of Ger- in my carh!" t And when the degree of insect control. DDT is
an invades nurses dashed out to her car there .being successfully used by the
man invaders? Do they think the British WA~S a baby in it-a negro baby! armed forces for killing flies, lice
have forgotten the blitz? 'Do they think the Seems that Mrs. Kenney hadi-Ueen and other insects.
Czechs, or any of the Allies, have forgotten dashing to the hospital with- a co"-?-_ ___
Lidice?-New York World-Telegram. ored woman from the lumber mill Advertising doesn't cost---It PAYS!
andl that the baby was born en
route. across the lawn to the hospital
Now that we have had daylight saving for when I put in a premature appear-
three or four years we must have a lot of it Which reminds me of the day L ance right there in the middle of
hoarded up somewhere.-Oswego (Kan.) In- '0as (born. (Certainly I remember it the lawn. But that's only the
d-I was there.) It was under slmtlar half of it. When my drad got the
dependent, circumstances to Mrs. Kenney's col- bill from the hospital there was an
.ored baby, except that my mother item, "Delivery room fee $25." He
Women are accused of talking too much, was brought to the hospital in a objected strenuously to that, as I
... madly careening surrey driven by had' been born outside on the Jlawn,
but some men right here in Port St. Joe can siy father. He lifted her, out of Ite so the doctor revised the bill like
talk a lung out of a pulmotor. surrey and started oarrmying her this: "Greens fee $25."


THE. 47-AR, RORT 4T., JOg, 4YF GQUNTY, FLO.RIDA


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EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. COWART WILL PREACH
Services every Sunday evening AT METHODIST CHURCH
at 7:30 o'clock. During the next three Sundays,
--- of August the morning services at
There are some people so fond the Methodist Church will be con-
of trouble they try to make it last ducted by Rev. W. C. Cowart of
longer. Troy, Ala., Rev. Langston being on
Vacation..
Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS! The evening services will be
conducted by the young people.
AVEu-S3tLieASlt BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS
zer for Gas on Stomach, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Lee aro an-
Sour Stomach, "Morning nouncing the, birth of a daughter,
t v r- After" and Cold Distress?
S If not why not? Pleasant. August 5, at the municipal hos-
Sprompt in action, effective. pita.
,Y Thirty cents and Sixty pia.


iMr. and Mrs. F. W. Chase an-
nounce the birth .of a daughter at
the municipal hospital August 4.
Mr. and Ma's. William Turner are
the proud parents of a daughter,
born August 4 at the Port St. Joe
municipal hospital.
Visiting In Georgia
Mrs. E. R. DuBose. andi daughter
Margaret left Saturday for points
in Georgia for a two weeks' visit
with relatives.


METHODIST WSCS MEETS be announced at a later date. ing. It would. be a good place for
WITH MRS. J. L. SHARIT a couple of human flies to hold X
The August meeting of the Wo- Checkery Indeed checker tournament.
man's Society for Christian Serv- The St. Joe Hardware store Is ---
ice of the Methodist Church was now living up to it's slogan, "the Visitors From Tallahatsee
held at the home of Mrs. J. L. store with the checkerboard front" Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Davis re-
Spharit Wednesday from 10:30 a. for this week .a sig-n painter has turned to Tallahassee Tuesday at-
m. to 2:30 p. m., being an inter- been busy painting red and white ter spending several days here via-
esting and enjoyable occasion for squares on the front of the build- iting relatives and friends.
the large number present.
Program for the day consisted
of th.e opening worship, conducted TO THE VOTk RR OF
by Mrs. R. G. Boyles, and study on
"The Sacredness of Money," con-
ducted by Mrs. Floyd Hunt, as- GULF COUNTY
sisted by Mbesdames J. L. Temple,
R. A. Swatts and J. L. Sharit.
Circle meetings) were held in I wish to express my grateful appreciation of the
different rooms, after which the confidence placed in me by the voters of Gulf County
groups. adjourned for an excellent
luncheon. on Tuesday, August 8, 1944. Again I assure you that
The afternoon devotional was in the administration of the county's affairs I will
given by Mrs. 0. D. Langston, who
read a selection from John and serve to the very best of my ability and for the best :,
told a very beautiful story to il- interest of all the people in the county.
lustrate its meaning.
. The regular business meeting Gratefully yours,
was conducted 'by Mrs. Sharit and
closed with prayer by Mrs. Lang- BASIL E. KENNEY, JR.
Plans, for the next meeting will


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SOME PORK TAKES POINTS; 'of utility beef will be included In
SOME BEEF DOWN TO ZERO new point value charts for meats,
Restoration of point values for fats and, processed foods, OPA an-
some cuts of pork and reduction ounces. The new charts, effective
to zero point values for all cuts August 13 through September 2,
will be issued this week.
Although the July point value
CLASnIFIEDn ADS chart remains in effect until Au-
Lr I-I gust 13, processors, wholesalers
and other distributors of processed
RATES-One cent per word for one inser- food must make, their usual month-
tion (count initials and figures as single -y reports as of the close of busl-
words); minimum charge 25 cents. Addi- as of the close of bus
tional :nsertions of same ad take lower ness, July 29, OlPA said, as no
rate. To eliminate bookkeeping, all aft
must be paid for at time of first insertion, change in reporting period hat
.. -- .been authorized.


FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Wood or coal range,
green and ivory finish; in good
condition. See E.. H. VanLanding-
ham, corner 8th Street and WooCd-
ward' Avenue. 1*
FOR SALE-Pre-war Marshall kit-
chen cabinet in very good con-
dition. See J. C. Culpepper, Gulf
Hardware Co. 8-18*
PEARS FOR SALE-$1 per bushel
on the trees. We will help you
pick. W. G. Hardy, Overstreet.
FOR RENT"
FOR RENT-Lovely 6-room house
on Hunter's Circle. See or call
-Mrs. Dan Brooks, phone 157, Port
St. Joe. 7-28tt
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Two .clerks. Positions
opdn September 1. Reasonable
hours and salary. Apply between
1 p. m. and 2 p. m. Miller Drug
Store. 8-11 18


MISCELLANEOUS
FISH BAIT Fresh, clean worms
that are guaranteed to get the
fish for you. See Eddie Beverly
in the Sheffield colored quarters
LEGAL FORMS-Warranty Deeds,
Mortgage Notes, Rent or Lease
Contracts, Promissory Notes, and
Purchaser Agreements.. We carry
a stock of these blank forms at
all times. The Star, Phone 51.
',..- -- --- .-

ROOM AND
BOARD
BY THE
WEEK $.

Dining Room I
Open to the Public
Club Breakfast, 6 to 9....250
Lunch, 12 to 2...........40c
Dinner, 6 to 8 ...........40c

MRS. M. 0. FREEMAN
Coi ner Reid Ave. and 3rd St.
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Alka-Seltzer
A B C METHOD
A Alka-Seltzer, start taking it
at once to relieve the Dull,
Aching Head, and the Stiff,
Sore Muscles.
B Be careful, avoid drafts and
.sudden changes in tempera-
tre. Rest preferably in
bed, Keep warm, eat sensi-
bly, drink plenty of water or
fruit juices. Be sure to get
enough Vitamins.
C -Comfort your Sore, Raspy
Throat, if caused.by the cold,
by gargling with Alka-Selt-
ser. If fever develops, or'
symptomss become "more
acute call your doctor.
ALKA-SELTZER is a pain re-.
lieving, alkizimng tablet, pleasant
to take and unusually effective in
action.
Take it for Headache, Museular
Pains and for Indigestion, Gas on
Stomach, wfen caused by excess
stomach acid.
'A your drug store-Large
pacK. a, S ou package 3 0,
by the giu s at oda fouintais.


The POSTWAR TRAILER to fit a State Laws
WEIGHT-ufFTING
BALLOONS AS
STANOARO
EQUII'b4ENT
TO REOLICE LOAD
.....M.ESTRICTIVE- LIAT ARMrIS O N-
S. ..-....-0. 1r 3TATfS ^ ANY REGULAT710M


Write a letter today to that boy
of yours ii. the service.


SHINE YOUR SHOES!
We have the largest stock
of Shoe Polish in Port St.
Joe. ... All makes! All col-
ors! .. Paste and Liquid.

The LEADER
SHOE SHOP


Subscribe to The Star-$2 year.
Paid Political Advertising


Thank You, Voters

of Gulf County


Ike Doodleschmalz M.E., D.D.S.-independent industrial er .ineer
de luxe, has submitted this design to the Fruehauf Trailer Company
as the answer to some of those conflicting State laws and trade bar-
riers which prevent motor transport from pronerlv serving the public.


Maybe he has somiethinsl

NO IMMEDIATE PROSPECTS requirement for home-to-work sup-
OF SHELLS FOR HUNTERS plenrents has not been changed-
Horace Soule informs us that he Washington has merely; instructed
has received a letter from WPB local boards to enforce it rigidly,"
(or some such alphabetical federal he said.
agency) that relief has been Reasons for the change in policy
granted-by the government for the were the. present shortage of
manufacture of a limited quantity usable automobiles, the increasing
of ammunition for civilian use. scarcity of gasoline for civilians,
BUT sales to consumers are and the acute shortage of large-
restricted as follows: Ammunition size tires, of the. type used by pas-
must be purchased under Limita- sengeir buses and trucks.
tion Order L-286, which allows
plant guards, police, farmers and
ranchers to buy the shells.
Order L-286 does not permit the
purchase of ammunition for hunt-
ing purposes. However, said Hor- K
ace, there is consideration being '
'given for a relaxation of this or- -
der as soon as conditions warrant. AIMA


I am indeed grateful to all my BOARD FAILING TO
friends who remembered me in RENEW B, C RATIONS
last Tuesday's election. And to
those who supported my oppon- (Continued from page 1)
ents, we are friends right on, as Chairman C. G. Costin that thu
that does not alter our friendship board is acting on orders fro.n.
in the least. I have to depend on Washington that home-to-work ra-
-my friends, as I have no relatives tions are to be denied motorists
in Gulf county at, all to help me. not participating fully in ca.rshajr-
and none to do for if elected, ing, except in extraordinary cases.
Every father and mother who Mr. Costin pointed, out that
has a son or brother in service though regulations have required
knows there is a war on, AND SO three riders in each car for which
DO I. The experience I had in the home-to-work supplements are is-1
last war reminds me of what the sued, the clause has, not been to
boys will need when they come rigidly enforced in the past. "The
home-all the help that we can
possibly give them. You and yours
can rest assured that I will have
all of Gulf county at heart, and _1-
not just one district. To this end
I will work if you see fit to put
me in office. You either do a job
right or you sure do it wrong, no
half-way of doing things, so I will
try my best to do your job right
if elected to the board of county
commissioners.
..Thanks a lot.
J. C. "Chris" MARTIN .


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DEPARTMENT

0 We are justly proud of our pre-
scription department and cordially
invite you to inspect it. Only regis-
tered pharmacists compound pre-
scriptions, and only the finest chem-
Icals, pharmaceuticals, and biologi-
cals are used. Visit us and become
better acquainted with our service.
We we Merck Prctfp gn ChOmieals

Smith's Pharmacy
Phone 5 Port St. Joe
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