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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
To the People
of this, Community
'Tor the. lJast time, America,
"They finished Their Job. Let's
hcme by a
rage of ad-
and promotional devices.
How well you have responded
only you can truly answer. The
drive totals, national and local
published In today's editions, re-
veal your record. Your future
personal well-being is most af-
feeted by how many extra Victory
Bonds you have purchased.
But is your bond buying Job
doa even if you have gone the
S at of your present income and
ruources The -job of Investing
new savng wlsly is ev e 'fln-
plsw is Keep buying
w gyour Cmiwotumn irwvngesb otwo.
Hazel Petroski Named
As Doodlebug Queen
The contest for the "Doodlebug
Queen," hald the night of the St.
Joe Doodlebug Minstrel Show, re-
sulted in the selection of Miss
Hazel Petroski, sponsored by Fran-
ces' Grill, as, queen. In second'
place was Louise Wilder, spon-
sored by Costin's Department store
and -Wauda Spancer, sponsored by
Schneider's Department store, was
third. A total of -$69.08 was raised
'through .the contest.
The case of shotgun shells rat-
fled off went to Doe Carver and
a total of $146 was marked up.
Approximately $600 was raised
by the Band Boosters Assbciation
through the benefitt show; the con-
test and the raffle In addition,
ing a hot do'g sttand on Reid Ave-
nue the past two Saturdays, which
has brought in $73 toward the
band uniform fund. It is the plan
of the organization to keep this
stand open on successive Satur-
It was planned to take the min-
strel show to Wewahitchka this"
evening, but conflicting events
made this impossible. It is hoped
a later date may be arranged.
The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industril Center
VOLUME IX PORT ST. JOE' FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1945 NUV qBER 10
School Honor Roll
Sports 59 Students
For Six Weeks' Period Ending On
November 23; Must Have
The honor roll of the Port St.
Joe schools for the six weeks' pe-
riod ending November 23 carries
the names of 59 students. In order
to make the Honor Roll, students
must have all grades on their re-
port cards "B" or better, with no
absences during the period. Those
on the hdnor r6ll are:
First Grade-Wayne Hall, Owen
Presnell, Bessie Floyd, Alia Tom-
linson, Mary Faye Torvery, Eda
Ruth Kolbourn, Rudy Burge, Ben
Henderson, Sonja Johnson., Travis
Jones, Donald Earl Kinard, Nathan
Mimms, Iair Shulord, Ava& Jor.
dan, Famie Porter, Dorothy Single-
tary, L. C. Deese.
Second Grade Annette Ward,
Sonja Ann Blount, Debecca Thorm-
ley, Reed! Lewis, Iris Peters, Patsy
Daniels, Richard Waldrop, Dorothy
Sealey, Frances Jones, Marietta
Chafin, Martha Costin, Thomas
Segers, Jack Grimes.
Third Grade-Jimmy Costin, Ann
Kenney, Patsy Wilder, Ruth Lynn
Fourth Grade Ruby Lee Mad-
dox, Lois Jean McFarland.
Fifth Grade-Ruth Coe, Pierce"
Taunton, Jacquelyn- Kenney, Ida
Ethel Kilbourn, Charles Crawford,
Leroy Gainous, Billy Joe Rich, Nita
Vern Love, Jane Allemore.
- Sixth. Grade Waddell Biggart,
Baibrara Boyles, Doris Rich, Sara
Mathews, Jimmy Philyaw.
Seventh Grade Virginia Claire
Eighth 'Grade Merita Sutton,
Donald Wise, Betty Otto Anderson.
Ninth Grade-James Chatham.
Tenth Grade-Bobby Broussard,
Maxie Brown, Peggy' Hardy, Kath-
----- WE DIDN'T :DID IT!
Equalization Board To The editor of The. Star has been
asked by a num'be.i of people it
Meet Wednesday Night he printed the new'. telephone di-
rectory recently issued by the St
The attention of our readers is Joseph Telephone & Telegraph
elacii to the ntine ofn onup sir of Company, to which the reply has
this issue of the meeting of the
city commission as a board of
equalization next Wednesday eve-
ning at,the city hall, at which time
'the tax assessment roll will be
submitted' for approval.
If you think your assessment is
too high, go down 'to the city hall
before Wednesday night and set
up a holler, or else hold your peace
Pete Mahon Gets Discharge
Peter Mahon 'is here, this week
on a visit to his father, Charlie
Mahon. Pete has received his dis-
charge from the army after four
years' service, 19 months of whilcu
were spent in the European thea-
ter and 12 months in the South
Woman's Club 'Where's Grandma?' Heart Attack
Supports Xmas Is Junior Class Play Monday Fat;
TB Seal Sale To W. G. M<
TB Seal Sale Three-Act ComedyTo e Given A W. G.
High School Auditorium
Speaker Points Out That Danger
Of Increase In TB Eminent
As War's Aftermath
Full co-operation to the Gulf
County Tuberculosis Association
in its 1945 Christnia's Seal Sale
was pledged yesterday ;by the Port
St. Joe Woman's .Club. The ac-
tion was taken at a meeting of the
club held in the club. room at the
Centennial Building, following anl
address by Mrs. B. E. Kenney, who
explained that the Seal Sale is the
sole means of support of the asso-
ciation, which coditucts a year-
round program to; prevent the
spread of tuberculosis.
"It is particularly important.'
she said, "that its activities be In-
tensified now, when there is dan-
ger of an increase In tuberculosis
as an aftermath of war."
* Mrs. Noble Stone, president ot
the club, unged all .-members not
only to buy but to use the seals on
holiday mail as a reminder of the
campaign being waged in this com-
munity against a dread disease,
Panama City Mayor
Dies On Hunting Trip
Harry G. Fannin, mayor of Pan-
ama City asnd president of the Com-;
mercial Bank in oqr. neighboring-
edminunlty, d;ed We.tesday morn-
Next Friday Night
The junior class of the Port St.
Joe high school will present ats
their class play a three-act corn-
edy, "Where's Grandma?" at the
school auditorium next Friday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock.
The cast is made up as follows:
Grandma -------- Jewel McMullen
Gretchen Blake --- Carol Whitney
Bob Blake --------Will Ramsey
Jack Worley ..--- P. B. Fairley, Jr.
Lucy King ------- Jerry Edwards
Arline Truesdale --------------
Carol Worley ------ Mary Wooden
Midnight ----------J. D. Shealy
Dahlia -------------Joan Smith
A Man's .Voice --.. L4ther Carden
The play will be under the di-
rection of Miss. Kathlaine Nix, ju-
nior sponsor, and Ltther Carden.
Billy Gibson will act stage man-
ager and Wade Barrter as tech-
nician. Advertising managers are
Jack Williams and, JOhn Gilmore.
fishers will be Edna Ijollinsworth,
Inez Maloy, Betty Harrison and
Apalachicola Ma Fails To
Return From Hinting Trip
Joe Thompson, owner of Thomp-
son's Bakery at Apalachicola and
well krjown in *thi_ c-tv.Jzkts f'aller
ing of what was believed to be a to return from a hunting trip on
heart attack while -on a hunting which, he set out alone -Monday.
trip on St. Vincent's Island, south Hunting areas around Apalachil-
of this ci-ty. He was, 53 years old. cola are being scoured for traces
Mr. Fannin, mayor of Panama of Thompson. but up to the time
City since 1940, went to that city of going to press yesterday after-
from Apalachicola in 1930. noon no word had been received
-. here that he had been foupd;.
Visiting Sister ,- -
Cpl. Marvin Smith ,is visiting To Make Home In South Carolina
here with his sister and, family, Capt. D. M. Hill was here oni
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hall. He has leave this week, and he and his
just received his discharge after family left yesterday to make their
five and a half years' service. home -in Charleston, S. C.
00 -* a
been "We didn't did it." We'd be
ashamed 'to turn out a job of that
E. P. Lapyrouse Discharged
E. P. Lapyrouse has received
his discharge from the'Air Corps
and is back at work with the St.
Joe Paper Company. E. P. was
married while in, the service and
expects his wife and daughter to
arrive here shortly from Texas.
Fire Damages Truck
A. truck belonging to Buck Grit-
fin, parked) on Baltzell Avenue
near Hughes' Garage, was' dam-
ago by. fire yesterday Inorning. The
fire department Was called out at
3:15 a. m. to extinguish the blaze.
Home On Sport Leave
Robert E. Bellows, Jr., S 1/c,
will 'return to Greencove Springs
toddy after a 48-hour leave spent
here with his parents
Glenn Grimsley Discharged t
Glenn Grimsley returned home
Monday night after receiving his
discharge from the Army Air Corps
in Denver, Colo.
Jimmy Maloy Discharged
C,pl.. ..James R. Maloy 'has been
discharges from the Army Air
Force at Ellington Field, Texas,
after 43 months' service.
*am o %
Funeral Services Held Wednesday
With Interment In Magnolia
William Goodwin McCoy passed.
away at his home here Monday
at the age of 83, following a heart
attack. He had been a resident of
this city since 1940, coming here
from Atlanta, Ga.
Funeral services were held at
the First Baptist Church Wednes-
day afternoon with the Rev. R. F.
Hallford of this city and the Rev.
B. E. Lejune of Bainbridge, Ga.,
in charge. Interment was in Mag-
nolia cemetery at Apalachicola with
the following acting as pallbearers:
G. C. Adkins, .Oppi Moore, W. J.
Belin, DTirel Brigman, Buck Alex-
ander and Charles Martin.
In addition to his widow, Mr;
McCoy is survived lby a daughter,
Lucina, of this, city; a half-sister,
Mrs. Ida Meredith, of Savannah,
Ga.; two nieces, Mrs. Katie Yapp
of -Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Emma.
Brown of McRay, Ga.; two neph-
ews, E. M. Auld of Vidalia, Ga.,
and Don Auld of Savannah, Ga.,
and a brother in law, Emmett Dan-
iels of this city, who was a busi-
ness partner and manager of Mc-
Coy's Stores for the past several
Continue Victory Loan
Drive To 'DeiMber 31
Through November 26, the last
report received on results of the
Victory Loan Drive in Gulf county
showed that but $3,487 worth of E
Bonds had been purchased. That is
but 6 per cent of the county's $56,-
000 quota and places Gulf county
at the bottom of the list of Flor-
The drive in the state has been
extended to December 31, and per-
haps With the additional thre'-
weeks' time at least 50 per cent of
the quota may be raised.
We could all go out today and
"'Remember Pearl Harbor" by pur-
chasing an extra bond-we've all
got the necessary cash. And an-
other suggestion is to give bonus
for Christmas presents.
Ed Bartee Expecting Discharge
Capt. Ed Bartee arrived' home
Wednesday on a five-day furlough
to be spent here with Dr. and Mrs.
L. H. Bartee. He. will report shortly
to Fort Benjamin Harrison in in-
diana for his discharge. Captain
Bartee has been in the European
theater for -the past IS months
with the medical corps.
Fletcher Johnson Discharged
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fletcher Jonu-
son are visiting here with Mr. and
Mrs. GeOrge Johnson. Fletcher has
just returned from overseas and
has received his discharge. Mrs.
Johnson resided in Brewton, Air.,
while her husband was in service.
Jimmy Teaweek Expected Home
Cpl. James B. Traweek wired
his folks -that he landed in San
Diego. Calif.. last Friday after twc
years' service in the South Pacific
and expects to arrive home soon.
Jimmy Morton To Arrive In U. S.
James Morton. Y 1/c, writes his
.mothler.J.r.sP. .J.. Lovett, that he
sailed from 'Leyte on November 13
and expects to arrive in the States
PAETOTESAPR T OGL OUTFOIAFIADCME ,14
Florida Holds Favored figures so albly made by the key- ed to plans for the immediate fu-
note speakers at the. 66th annual ture *that promise tremendous ex-
Position From Economic, convention of the Florida Press pension and growth.
S. Association held at Silver Springs That evening, at the annual
Industrial Standpoint last week., banquet, R. B. Roberts of Miami
If there were any doubts in the Speaking at the Friday morning hammered home with facts and<
Minds of Florida newspaper folks session, Harold Colee of the Flor- figures the tremendous advantage
as. to this state's favored position ida State Chamber of Commerce, Florida possesses for substantial
from an economic and industrial gave an accurate account of the industrial development.
development standpoint, they must progress made in the development "Florida is at the crossroads in
surely have been dispelled by the of Florida's agricultural, tourist I her industrial development," he
amazing presentation of facts and and industrial resources and point- said, "and this development can
be realized if we recognize and
understand the situation and make
the most of it."
He pointed out that the same
climate which attracts tourists
to the state also will attract in-
dustrialists and. declared that "no
other section of the country is as
well situated, to provide human ef-
ficiency. Higher wages can be
paid in Florida because workers
can produce more."
until your shoes are entirely
worn out! Have them repaired
now. We give you savings and
satisfaction with quick and
THE LEADER SHOE
FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
EFFECTIVE WITH FEBRUARY BILLING
SAVING up to
Last December-when we reduced our rates-
we promised another reduction in 18 months,
,we are happy to beat that promise by 5 months.
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE,'GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1945.
FRIOAY.~~ DECBE 7. 194 THE STAR PORT ST JOGL ONY FQ APG E
Cooking School To Be
Held At Apalachicola
New brides and experienced
homemakers alike will get helpful
information and new ideas at the
cooking school to be given by Miss
Edalene Stohr at 3 p. m. next Tues-
day at the Florida Power Corpora-
tion office in Apalachicola.
Miss Stohr is regional home
economist for the national live-
stock and meat board which spon-
sors research and education on
the subject of meat throughout the
United States. She has had wide
experience in various phases of
home economics work, such as
lecturing, teaching and giving food
This. young woman thoroughly
enjoys her job of helping home- will discuss the importance' of low the rich Everglades farming area
makers to feed their families well.
"My work is ihever dull for a mo-
meant," she, says. "It is, exciting to
come in contact with so many
women; and, of course, we have to
keep up to the minute with our
information and be constantly on
the lookout for new ideas."
In addition, to demonstrating a
variety of meat dishes, Miss Stohr
temperatures in meat cookery and
the nutritive values' of meat.
COLD WEATHER HITS
The severe cold wave that hML
Florida last Friday night and, Sat-
urday morning sent the mercury
down to as low as 27 degrees in
and, brought widespread damage to
the bumper bean and potato crops
now :being harvested.
The federal state horticulture
service said that between 50k ana
70, per cent of the unharvesteft
bean crop and from 25 to 30 per
cent ofihe potato crop can be con-
sidered a loss in many sectors
around Lake Okeechobee.
VICTORY BOND DIGEST
Why should I buy Bonds now that the War is
over? ,-A pgoI qu.af ~.th many a weny s.e
Buy them for the sake of our boys the til- '
lions still in uniform.. the hundreds of thou-
sand on the way home. To help 'bind,the
wounds of the suffering. To help them start
The shooting has stopped, but it's not all over
yet ... not till the last man is back can we on
the home front consider our obligations met.
Obligations we owe to every man who served
in the cause of Liberty. It's a costly undertak-
ing, a, responsibility we must not neglect.
That's why our Government needs Eleven
Billion Dollars invested in Victory Bonds.
Could there be a better reason?
_ .. -' --
Ti Ae-rtisemnt" In the Intere.s o -Promoting theVict Loa Is ..'
This Advertisement In the Interest of Promoting the Victory Loan Is
KENNEY MERCANTILE COMPANY A & P FOOD STORE
I. W. DUREN GROCERY & MARKET
GULF HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO.
QUALITY GIRElW & MARKET
-RBEECH A ROOK$ LAUNDRY
Remember? 'How can we ever forget? Disaster and deait
caine out of the clear blue sky to strike like a thunderbolt i
Never again will America be so totally unprepared... neverj
again will America let her guard down. We're going to!
make sure it won't happen again by backing our words with action. Action
that will make Post-war America strong. That means a solid economy...)
without inflation. That means giving the boys who did the fighting a break
... backing up the G. I. Bill of Rights. The best way to do it... Buy Victory
Bonds. The best time ... right now ... December 7th... a DARK day in
America's past, a great day to reaffirm your faith in America's future.
i.*, /,- q I. l.
Sponsored By the Following Patriotic Business Concerns of Port St. Joe:
ST. JOE LUMBER & EXPORT CO.
SCHNEIDER'S DEPARTMENT STORE
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
CHAVERS-FOWHAND FURNITURE CO.
THE STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
LeGRONE'S PLUMBING AND HEATING
HUGHES MOTOR & SUPPLY
J. LAMAR MILLER STANDARD STATION
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUMyo FLO-RIDA
FFWAY, ECEAER 7 1945
PAEFU H STR OTS.JE UFCUTFOIAFIADCME ,14
Pvbillhed Every Friday at Port St. Jee, Fla,
by The Star Publishing Company
W. S. SMITH, Editor
Entered as second-class matter, December 10, 1937, 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
--41 Telephone 51 j]-
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 auch 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 worn
in lost: the printed word remains.
Omr Country Right or Wrong
"CIVILIZATION," A WORLD MENACE
General Marshall's final report on the war,
his peace proposals for- military preparedness
and his grim warning of "prepare or perish,"
sh'ul'd be "required' reading for every Ameri-,
can. It calls attention to the development of
60()-rile-an-hour planes, .50,000-pound bombs,
and finally the ultimate in destructive power,
the atom.bomb.. If there, should be another
war, the enemy will attack with "supersonic"
speed. Never again will distance protect this.
country from attack. Never 'again will this:
country have years to construct defenses af-
ter war starts. Our fate may be decided in,
days, hours-even minutes.
The cynics and the philosophers who think
that the world will always be afflicted with
war because war is part of normal human be-
havior, should study Marshall's report. If
the horror it depicts is normal, then why
bother with the claptrap of schools, univer-
sities, churches, "higher education" and all
the paraphernalia of what we are pleased to
call civilization? Why drape distinguished
personages of superior mentality in caps and
gowns? Why send them out with little gold
keys and Greek letter badges hanging from
their watch chains advertising their intellec-
tual capacities to advise and teach the rest
of us? Why send them to international con-
ferenses where they join in the gibberish of
"diplomacy," while the rest of us stand around
awed by portentous stage settings? Why go
through all this rigmarole if war and total de-
struction are inevitable at the end of the play?
Something is wrong somehwere. Normal
people are kindly. They don't want to fight
and kill. Different languages, different flags,
different habits-these things are superficial.
War comes because the leaders of groups and
the leaders of nations fail to measure up to
the responsibilities imposed upon them. So-
called mad men never commit the world to
war until a condition is established by sup-
posedly sane men that create a following fof.
Are we capable of understaiiding the, him-
plications of General Marshall's words; or.
will we allow the per-version of science and
higher education to destroy mankind?
An efficiency expert is a man who knows
less about your business than you do and gets.
paid more for telling you how to run it than
you could possibly make out of it even if you
ran it right instead of the way he told you to.
Only a few more shopping days 'till Xmas!
Li'l 01' A. & N. an' it cost me $250,030.73." (Foi,
although the A. & N. is now cor-
-porate-owned, Sharit spoke of the
(Continued from Page 1) railroad as he would speak of a
Operating revenue that was as favorite coon houn', and though
low as, $34,086 in 1932 had jumped there is a board, of directors,
to ry43:322- only lf16 ye~r -later. Op- Sharit is, in charge of operations,
rating ratio that was as high as which on'the A. & N. means ex-
136.10 in 1932 was .down to 57.18 actly that.)
in 1944. Operating ratio means .And how did the, A. & N. make
well, anyhow, an operating this remarkable record, in only a
ratio of 57.18 is good. Very, very few years?
goo. Let it go at that. "Wal, Mis-ter Ed-ward Ball an'
SHad Mr. Sharit ever made a com- the St. Joe' Pa-per coam'ny took it
prison of the operating efficiency all over in 19,37," Mr. Sharit re-
of his A. & N. with other rail- lated.. "Mis-ter Ed-ward Ball told
roads? He had me to 'get it out o' the red, an'
Whereupon Mr. Sharit recited keep it out,' an' that was an order.'"
the 'comparisons he had made- Remarkable thing about this ac-
all in the A. & N,.'s .favor, too-and complishment is that the A. & N.
'ere he had finished it sounded carries low-rate freight, and its
like he was singing the last seven "per ton per mile" revenue is only
verses of "Down In the Lehigh .928 as .against 1.499 for a com-
Valley." He had made compari- parable road, the "Tennessee &
sons, he said,'.with well, in Something."
all they totaled 26 southern rail- It's route covers .99.12 miles,
roads, including the. ACL. which brought comment f r o m
And, like Abou Ben Adhem-, the counsel that the road is "almost
A. & N. was at the head of the as pure as Ivory Soap." It runs
list. from Port St. Joe to Chattahoo-
It might be mentioned,, though, chee, where it ties in with the
that operating ratio in 1943 went AOL to take passengers on to Cli-
back up 10 In. 21.1. But there was max, Ga. -although why anybody
a reasori.n should want to go to Climax, Ga.,
"A defense plant barge," Sharit is a matter not to be discussed
-explained in his slo w drawl. here.
"knocked down one of mah bridges So -this is the A. & N., the rail-
J tMartin's Beach Club
On the Gulf Between
Port St. Joe and
1 / Tyndall Field
0 DANCING EVERY THURSDAY,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT
o \AND SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Sandwiches and Refreshments
--------- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- -- -- -
road that was on the rocks ten
years ago, until Mis-ter Ed-ward
Ball and the duPonters, the sam(
ones who now want the FEC, took
it over and told Mis-ter Sha-rit to
"ge.t it outta the red."
SThis railroad' the "Ivory Soap
Line" that barely escaped the
clutches of .the junkl man
what's it worth now?
"Coup la mill yun dol lars,"
drawled. Mis-ter Sha-rit.
A Great Financial Bulwark
For Our Own and
Our Country's Future
One of the brightest facts of the
war effort is that many billions of
dollars have been saved and are now
in possession of the people. Eighty-
five million Americans have bought
War Bonds and are hanging on to
them and have seventy-five million
bank accounts, too.
These savings can mean much to
the future welfare of our country
and ourselves. They will permit us
to spend more, of our current in-
come once goods become plentiful
again. The savings themselves can'
be used to tide us over emergencies
and for such things as new homes.
Thus the savings of the war years
and the months immediately ahead
can contribute to demand for goods,
busy factories and jobs later on.
Save now while goods are scarce and
the threat of rising prices continues.
Buy Victory Bonds.
Star Want Ads Bring Quick Results At Small Cost.
RON HAUTEY CUBAN RUM
89 PROOF Was $4.66 $ n
HAVANA CLUB Puerto Rican Rum $3 25
86 Proof Was $4.21. NOW..........--
RON CHIKOTO Puerto Rican Rum $325
86 Proof Was $4.21. NOW......... ---
ST. JOE BAR
THE STORE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR HAS THE MOST CENTS
A Complete Line of0
Groceries Meats-Dry Goods
"Me... I'm staying
in the Army!
THERE ARE PLENTY
OF REASONS .
AND HERE THEY ARE!"
"First, I keep my present grade.
That means a lot.
2 "By reenlisting for 3 years I
can pick my own branch of
service in the Air, Ground or
Service Forces, and can go to any
overseas theater I wish.'
"1 get my mustering-out pay,
even though I'm reenlisting.
Also, 1 get $50 a year reenlistment
bonus for each year I've been in
the Army. My dependents receive
family allowances for the full term
of't my enlistment. And I'll be
eligible for GI Bill of Rights hene-'
fits when I get out of the Army.
4 "My food, clothes, quarters,
medical and dental care are all
supplied to me. And I can learn
any of 200 skills or trades in the
"All of us who are reenlisting
5 are going to have from 30 to
90 days' furlough at home with
full pay and our travel paid both
ways. And we'll have 30 days' funr-
lough every year with pay.
******* *. ********
PAY PER MONTH-
In Addition to Food, Lodging,
Clothes and Medical Care
(a)-Plus 20% Increase for
Seo'vice Overseas. (b)-Pius
50%' if Member of Flying
Crews, Parachutist, etc. (c)
-Plus 5% Increase in Pay
[or Each 3 Years of Set-vice.
6 "Any time after 20 years I
can retire at half pay increas-
ing year by year to three-quarters
retirement pay after 30 years of
service. And the time I've already
served in active military or naval
service counts toward my retire-
ment time. Added up-reenlist-
ment seems pretty sound to me!"
JANUARY 31, 1946
AN IMPORTANT DATE
FOR MEN IN THE ARMY
MEN now in Army who reenlist
before February I will be reen-
listed in present grade. Men hon-
orably discharged can reenlist
within 20 days after discharge
in grade held at time of dis-
charge, provided they reenlist
before February 1, 1946.
You may enlist AT ANY TIME
for 1V/2, 2 or 3 year periods.
(One-year enlistments for men
now in the Army with at least
6 months of service.)
' Master Sergeant Month
or First Sergeant $138.00
Technical Sergeant 114.00
Staff Sergeant 96.00
Corporal . 66.00
Private First Class 54.00
20 Years' 30 Years'
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FL~ORIDA'
FRIDAY,. DECEM:BER 7, im4
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1945 THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
BAPTIST W. M. S. HOLDS
BUSINESS MEETING MONDAY
The regular monthly business
meeting of the Baptist W. M. S.
was *held Monday afternoon at the
church. The devotional was given
by Mrs. W. S. Smith from Psalms
2, followed, in prayer by Mrs. J. 0.
'Baggett. Splendid reports were
given by all officers, chairmen and
circles and business for the montn
The business session was fol-
lowed by the first program of the
Week of Prayer for Foreign Mis-
sions, and was in charge of Circle
Two with Mrs. Nick Kelly acting
as leader. At the conclusion of
the program it was announced that
meetings will be held. Tuesday anda
Next Monday's meeting will be
the Bible study and will be held
at the church at 3 p. m. The Sun-
beams will meet at the same hour
for their Christmas party.
Rev. 0. D. Langston, Pastor
9:45 a. m.-Church school.
11:00 a. m.-Morning worship.
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship.
7:,30 p. m.-Evening Worship.
Woman's Society meets Mon-
days at 3 p. m. Prayer meeting,
Bible study and choir practice
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Billy Coody left yesterday for
Tuscaloosa, Ala., to make arrange-
ments for entry into the Univer-
sity of Alabama in January. He
will return home Sunday.
Mr. and, Mrs. Otha Rowan o:
Greensboro are the guests this
week of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Co-
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Baggett and
their guests. Mrs. and Mrs. W. U
Jones, spent Wednesday afternoon
in Apalachicola visiting with old
MONEY TO LOAN
NO RED TAPE --
IT ONLY TAKES ABOUT FIVE MINUTES
TO GET UP TO $300.00!
Confidential Loan Co.
PORT ST. JOE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
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MASONS TO ELECT'
Secretary G. C. Adkins reminds
all members of the Masonic lodge
that there will be an election ot
officers the evening of December
14. He urges all members, to be
Mr. ard Mrs. William Ord Jones
of Savannah, Ga., are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Baggett this
week. Mr. Jonles is Mrs. Baggett's
brother and has. just received his
discharge from the service after
spending 24 months overseas at
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and New
Mrs. Hettie Britt of Wewahiton-
ka was the week-end guest of her
sister, Mrs. Ben Diohens.
H. 0. Pridgeon of Wewahitchka
was the guest over the week-end
of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pridigeon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carr of Tus-
kegee, Ala., are the guests this
week of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Huggins
have as their guest Mrs. Huggins'
mother, Mrs. Ada Hammock of
Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph Beaty and.
daughter are visiting for two weeks
with relatives in North Carolina.
We Take Subscriptions for
All Magazines--Give a Sub-
scription for a Christmas
MRS. C. E. BOYER HOSTESS 0. E. S. TO ELECT
TO J. A. M. CLUB MONDAY j Mrs. Zola Maddox, worthy ma-
The regular meeting of the J. A. tron, Order of Eastern Star, an-
M. Club was held Monday night ounces that there will be an clec-
at the home of Mrs. C. E. Boyer tion of officers next Tuesday a-
on Fourth Street. 7:30 p. m. She urges all members
Following the regular activities to 'be in attendance.
of the club, the hostess served a
delicious ickenu salad course with1- _,
fruitcake and coffee to Mrs. Call'.e
Howell, Mrs. Lola Costin, Mrs. Ned GIFTS for All
Gain.ous, Mrs. Minnie Ola Drake,
Mrs. Eliza Lawson, Mrs. Marguer- the Fai ly -
ite Pridgeon, Mrs. Florrie Connell, --
Mrs. Rulby Pridgeon, Mrs. Eula
Pridgeon and Mrs. Myrtice Smith. LADIES' COSMETIC SETS
The next meeting of the club MEN'S TOILET STS
will be held with Mrs. Elaine Prid- EN'S TOILET SETS
geon at her White City home on JEWELRY
December 17, at which time the
club will enjoy its annual Christ- TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!
mas tree and gifts will be ex-
Port St. Joe
We Fill Any Doctor's Prescrlptlon
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A Martin Theatre
'%W Port St. Joe, Fla.
THEATRE OPENS SATURDAYS SUNDAYS AT 1:00 P. M.
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE DAILY AT 2:45 P. M.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8
TEX RITTER and
DAVE O'BRIEN in
MONDAY and TUESDAY
December 10 and 11
"HOLDING FORTH THE WORD OF LIFE"
R. F. HALLFORD, Pastor Telephone
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1945
9:45-Bible School for all.
10:55-Morning Worship. Sermon Topic:
6:25-Baptist Training Union.
7:30-Evening Worship. Sermon topic:
"PREACHING PEOP-LE INTO HEAVEN."
10 % D. D. T
SGenerous Size A -- f
Package 9W I
For Roaches, Ants, Mosquitoes,
Flies, Bedbugs, etc.
SMiller's Drug Store o
PHONE,50 PORT ST. JOE, FLA. 7
1111 @ lIIIIMi filtjiiitH!iit i jiftiiftHi llifi I p i nU iiii i iinililit II^ lml^ililnl
. of lasting love i. reflected in the
brilliance of flawless'diamonds that
blaze in superb mountings you find in
all matched sets of
g' A brilliant blue
set in a tailored
mounting with two
fine side diamonds...... i$f870
The matching wedding ring is set
with three fine diamonds 50o00
has four fine dia-
monds set fishtail
style to enhance
the beauty of the
fine ,Gem of Quality 19c00
center diamond ....... $
A perfectly matched wedding ring
with five diamonds..... 7 T 500
Garland Gems of Quality diamond rings
can be purchased with or without wed-
ding rings to match, many styles to
choose from, ranging from $32.50 to
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Chapter 2 of Serial
"SECRET AGENT X-9"
FEATURE NO. 2 -
A THRILL A MINUTE!
Thomas MITCHELL Mary ANDERSON
Edward RYAN Mark STEVENS
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9
Sport: "HARNESS RACERS"
OTYD NOLAN*SIGNE HAM50
"GUEST PESTS" Pete Smith
Sport: "HARNESS RACERS"
"SHE SICK SAILOR"
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12
Chapter 4 of Serial
Musical: "HARRY OWENS'
December 13 and 14
Travel: "SEEING EL
STREAMs. TwIS USUALLY
Glassware in Port- St. Joe-*
Come to the ILIUS OVERWEL
LAM-D 1"0 !O E FAVORABLtE I
STRE-AMS. 'ti-irS USUALLY i
"THE LARGEST ASSORT-
MENT of China, Crystal ant
Glassware in Port. St. Joe-'
Come to the LILIUS JEWEL-
RY COMPANY for gifts of dis-
tinction. Drop in, and see for
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TTHE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1945
OAHE PJ FLD D R
Leave After Visit
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Tellman Fudge
left Wednesday for Tampa after a
visit of several days here wttIl
Mrs. Fudge's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Johnson. After a visit .-
Tampa. Sgt. Fudge will report to
Lawson General Hospital where The
is undergoing treatment on his
arm, which was injured in service.
Here On Terminal Leave
Lt. Joel M-ndElson arrived last
week from San Francisco on termi-
nal leave after 10 month's service
in the South Pacific and is visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Schneider.
CHILD'S LAWN SWING-8 x 8 x 5
'fdet. Good condition, $10. Would
.make ideal Christmas gift. Call
75-J or 59. 11-23 12-7
WOOD WORK BUSINESS Com-
'plete 'woodiworking machinery
setup and materials. D. W. Jon;ss,
Third Street. 12-7*
BOAT-New 13-foot metal boat;
also couple a foot for Champion
'outboard' motor. See Gus Creech
at laundry. 10-19H
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR 'SALE
HEATER-Coal or wood Heatrola.
See C. W. Horton at Sunny State
Service Station. it
SEWING MACHINE-Singer port-
abale. See Mrs. Gus Creech, city,
phone 152-J. 11-7 2t
FURNITURE-Large Krohler easy
chair and ottoman (we don't
have room for it), $40; large end
table, $7.50'; _GE food, dehydrator
(we don't particularly want to sell
this as we may get a dog, and it
would make as ideal electrically-
conditioned doghouse), $30. See
Mrs. W. S. Sinith at The Star of-
fice. 11 -7tf
-LOST AND FOUND
LOST. Key ring with 3 keys,
miniature tag holder with tag
No. 68D4!.2; TyndaIll Field tag No.
3429. Return 'to R. C. Collier or
The Star" office. 11-30 12-7
ROOMS FOR RENT
BEDROOM Furnished, connect-
ing bath. See G. W. Milstead,
Long Avenue. 1*
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR APARTMENTS See The
Shirey Apartments. 8-3
WANTED TO RENT for 7 days,
*one. 35 mm. still camera. Contact
Ed Eells. 1*
'Red' Horton's Transfer
-LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE
We Are Your Only Licensed
Transfer Company In Gulf County
Day Phone 227 Night Phone 191
Or See Me at Sunny State Service
SCRATCH PADS 4 x 7 inches,
100 sheets to pad. Bluei or white
bond paper; 9 x 5-inch, about 40
sheets to pad, white only; 15c per
pound. The Star, 10-12 tf
Griffin's Transfer Company
We Can. Handle All Types of
Hauling Within the State
See Phillip Lovett or "Buck"
J. P. BASS, Owner
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FISH BAIT Fresh, clean worms
that are guaranteed to get the
sif h for you See Eddie Beverly
Mr. 'and Mrs. Harold Powell re-
cently purchased the residence oc-
cupied by Chief of Police John J.
Rowan on Seventh Street and
moved into their new home 'Wed-
Return To Make Home Here
Charles Crawford, and 'family
have returned here. to make this
city their home. Mr. Crawford re-
cently received his discharge from
Puts Up Canvas $hlde
Jimmy White has had a canvas
awning draped over the front o0
his A & P Store to keep the sun.
from shining In in the afternoon.
Tom Coldewey Home
Tom Goldewey is in the city ane
expects soon *to have his discharge
and return tb work at the paper
BUY VICTORY BONDS!
N OTI C E
Notice is hereby given that the
City Tax Assessment Roll for tn"
City oat Port St. Joe, Florida, for
the year 1945 will be submitted to
-the Equaiizing Board for approval
on the 12th day of December 1945,,
at the City Hall at 8:00 o'clock p.
m. All persons desiring to have
corrections made in such roll,
whether in 'the listing, valuation
of property oi' otherwise, are re-
quested to file with the undei-
signed on or before the llth day
of December, 1945, 'their petition
setting forth their objections to
such assessment and the correc-
tions which 'they desire to have
Witness my hand and the offi-
cial seal of the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, this 30th day of No-
'fM. P. TOMLINSON,
City Auditor and Clerk, as
ex-officio 'Tax Assessor.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
House Bill No. 1862
Notice is hereby given that St. Johns River
Front Co.. heliholder (f the following certifi-
cates has fileil said certificates for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. The certifi-
ca(e numbers :anl years of issuance, the
description of the property, and tile names
*:n which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 1. Year of issuance 1942.
Description of Property:
F 1/2, S1/2 of SW 1/4, NE-1/4 of
SW I /4, less Canmal Rwy 23 A. Sec.
5, Twp. 6 S, it 11 W.
Name in which assessed: St. Joseph Laxd
I Ievelopiment Company.
All of said property beiii, in the County
of Gulf. State of Florida.
Unless such certificate or certificates
Shal! be redeemed according to law the
property described in such certificate or
certificates will lie sold to tihe highest bid-
der a t t i court iIiuse door on the first
Monday. in their month of January. 1946,
which is the 7th iay of January., 1946,
J. IR. HUNTER,
(S'-AL'T Clerk of Circuit Court
11-:,0 12.2S, of (hilf County. Florida,
in the Sheffield colored quarters NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
House Bill No. 1862
Niti I ( is hereby given lthat St. Jlohnis River
(/"" m TMHAC0 F'ront Co.. thie imider r f the filiMwiing certifi-
Cf t Ai LCARDS cales has filed said certificates for a
tay deed to be issued thereon. The certifi-
WITH YOUR, NAME IMPRINTED .'te numnb-rs and years of issuance, the
fdescrl'rtion of tile property, and the names
-BOX OF 'Q ^ in which it wasass.sessed are as follows:
S$ 00- ,r;litfite n No. 14. VYar of issuance 1942.
25 le eription of Property:.
S 1/2. SW 1/4 of NE 1 /4 of NE 1/4.
See"-Wesley Ramsey at The iStar SE 1/4 oif NE '1/4 iss .'.1 i. Canal
I'm's' i'. '. 7. 'wp. 6 S. 11 'W ..
Office after '4 p. m. :ne in wich ase1ssil: if Joseph Land
.4 I lrvelopiment Conipiny,
LD N S ollf of aid property being in (he County
SLODGE .NOTICES of,'f Site of pFloriTa.
less such certificate" or certificate.
VM9SO'NIfC TEMPLE F & A M-
'A, meetings 2nd and 4th Fri- certifientes will be sold' to the highest biT-
'lir '9 tfh onnrf house door on the first
./-7 days each month, 8:00 p. rl. 'tomi.,y in, the month of January. 1946,
/'-'" Menmbers 6 urged to attend; "whi h is thi' 7th day of January. 194u,
visiting brothers welenme. J. L., ..1 ler .f ii r,
Temple, W.M.; G.. iAdkins, Sec. 11:30~ tis" o9f Bl(r 'Co1unty, ~tori'lda,
Ft'JO 1 -2' 'f' rifi olf rnt', ir.d,ii
Robert Tyler Out of Army
Capt. and Mrs. Robert Tyler ar-
rived in this city Saturday and
the captain is working in the ac-
counting department of the St.
Joe Paper Company. He has just
received his discharge from the
army alter five years' service.
Completes 'Boot' Training
Pfc. Lamar Aultman has com-
pleted his "boot" training in the
Marine Corps at Camp Leguine, N.
C.. and is spending a 15-day fur-
lough here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Aultman.
Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Chason re-
turned this week from a two weeks
vacation spent visiting relatives
and friends, in Gadisden, and Lib-
erty counties. A. S. put in a lot of
time hunting 'and, fishing with con:
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLOR:DA.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1945