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VOLUME IX PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946 NUMBER 38
Pet Show Feature Don't Make U-Turns On
Of Recreation Main Drag After Sunday
Program Friday ;Ordinance No. 101X providing
a F a or traffic regulation in Port St.
Joe. passed 'by the city commis-
Eighty-five Children Participate, sion at its June 4 meeting, will go
Exhibiting Everything From into effect next Monday, and one
Ants To Horses of the main clauses in the ordin-
--- ance is the prohibiting of U-turns
About the only things missing on Reid Avenue except at Fifth
from the pet show staged Friday and First Streets.'
as part of the city's' summer rec- The signs have been painted at
reaction program Tor the children, intersections for some time, L%. ,
were trained fleas and elephants police officers; have merely been
*when 85 tiny tots paraded their warning those making turns. After
pets before the judges. Sunday, violators will :be haled ibe- 1
Prize winners were as follows: fore the municipal judge and as-
iMost unusual pet, Jackie Davis, sessed a fine commensurate with:
horned toadt; ugliest pet, Sonny the offense. So watch your step
'%Mawhon, spider; smartest pet, and, don't ibe tempted to make a
Bemmie Roberts, dog; prettiest, U-turn on the main drag except
Ruth Lynn Ramsey, Persian cat; at the proper places.
smallest, Alex Guilford, ants, and --- --
the largest pet, Philip Chatham's INFANTILE PARALYSIS
hnrqp. A nion- othpr t tie were
Ui1rse. m. l ng o er enri riL H s3 1
turtles, chickens, birds and more
dogs and cats.
During the afternoon the Blues
met the Reds in a hotly contested
.Special games are the order this
morning beginning at 9 o'clock,
with lemonade and cookies, being
served at 11. Another baseball tilt
bletweenf the Red and Blue teams
is scheduled to begin at 4 p. in.
'Recreation Director H. E. Bailey
announces that a special feature
next week, will be mask-making
and' hat-making, to be made from
cheesecloth, paper tape and two
layers of newspaner- Watch for
this, as' it will add color to the
head dress of St. Joe little folk.
Total attendance for the first
week was 591 children, divided as
follows: Monday, 124; Tuesday, 95;
Wednesday, 117; Thursday, 122;
Milstead and Kirkland
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rFOUNDATU IUON unrCHAPTER
TO ELECT OFFICERS
The Gulf county chapter of the
National Foundation for Infantile
Paralysis will, hold its annual
meeting on Monday, June 24, at 3
p. m. in the office of E. Clay Leiwis
Jr., for the purpose of electing ot-
ficers for the ensuing year.
All .parties interested are re-
quested to be present at that time.
WORTHY -GRAND MATRON TO
VISIT LOCAL O.E.S. CHAPTER
Worthy Grand, Matron Bessie
Christian of the Grand Chapter of
Florida, Order of.,;pasJ:ern Star,
will make her official visit to Gulf
Chapter 191 next Tuesday, June
25. All officers and members are
urged to be present at that time.
and visiting members are invited.
PERUVIANS STOP AT TYNDALL
Making Tyndall .Field the. third
stop on. the long overland journey
from Miami to Lima, IPeru, twelve
planes of the 'Peruvian Air Force
Upen Sign-Kepair ShoP landed at the nearby air base last
'Friday'afternoon for refueling. The
G. W. Milstead and H. D. Kirk- trip will 'be about 7000 miles, en-
land this week opened a sign and tirely overland through Central
repair shop in the building on See- and South America.
ond Street formerly occupied by -
the City 'Service Gar-age. Stop Over For Visit
These two young men are of the >Mrs. Ed Parker of Tallahassee,
opinion that their business will Miss Bessie Lee O'Quinn of Perry
fill a long-felt want in this city, as and Mrs. C. C. Parker of Jackson-
they will provide. signs, do furnt- ville visited here Monday withT
ture and stove repairing and up- Mrs. E. C. Cason. Mrs. Ed Parker
bolstering. They will carry a stock and Miss O'Quinn were en .route
of stove part's and upholstery ma- to Pensacola, while Mrs. C. C.
trial of all kinds. Parker., mother of Mrs. Cason, ru-
.-.-- mained for a week's visit.
CHOICE TOMATOES -
Ivey Williams last week sent in Wins Cake
three choice tomatoes to Ye Ed H. C. Davis, J-., won the cake
that he had grown in his garden. that was raffled .off last Saturday
They were smooth and ,firm and by Mrs. Verna Smith for benefit ot
had an excellent flavor. the American Legion Auziliary.
__. The cake brought $17, which will
Visits Here From Tuscaloosa be used' for repairs on the club
Ladd Adkinson from the Uni- room ini the Legion home.
'versity of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, i
spent the past week here at the On Vacation
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Elder.f Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon left
the guest of Miss Margaret Elder. Wednesday for a week's vacation
___ in Lake Charles, La., and Houston,
Spending Week At Beacon Hill !Texas. IThey will 'be accompanied
Mrs. Jack Finney and children i home iby their daughter, Virginia,
of Monticello and Mrs. J. E. An- who has 'been visiting in Louisl-
derson and baby of Fort Myers ana for the past two weeks.
are spending the, week at Beacon
Hill. Have Visitors From Georgia
_______ Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Spillers had
Have Niece As Guest as their guests this week Dr. and
iMr. and' Mrs. D. C. Miller have Mrs. C. H.. Stoner of Atlanta, Ga.,
as their guest this week the lat- jand Mrs. G. M. Donalson of Atta-
ter's niece, Miss Marilyn Wages of pulgus, Ga., mother and sister of
Apalachicola. Mrs. Spillers.
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Visit Here From Georgia 1 On Business Trip To Atlanta
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Bateman of C. G. Costin and son Ashley
Attapulgus, Ga., visited here Sun- mad;. a business trip to Atlanta
day with Mrs. C. C. Taunton. the first of the week.
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Whereas, Infantile paralysis
has appeared in several South
Florida cities during the past
few weeks; and,
Whereas, The summer months
are now at hand to encourage
,propagation of diseaseicarrying
Whereas., Our citizens are de-
sirous of maintaining at a high
standard our health, cleanliness
and general appearance of streets
,Now, therefore, I,. Horace W.
Soule, by virtue of the authority
vested in me as mayor of the
city of Port St. Joe, do hereby
designate and proclaim the week
of June 24 as CLEAN-UP WEEK
and urge all citizens to put forth
their best efforts to put their
premises in a clean, sanitary and
Witness my hand and seal this
20th day of June A. D. 1946.
HORACE W. SOULE,
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Fund Drive For
Will Open Soon
Hope To Raise $800 In County For
Crippled Children's Home
Final plans are being made for
the drive to raise $800 in Gulf
,county toward the fund for con-
struction of the new crippled' chii
dren's home in Pensacola.
Mrs. A. L. Ward states that the
members of the local committee
will begin their drive next week.
which will consist of a house-to-
All civic and church organiza-
tions are being asked to co-oper-
ate with the committee in raising
the county quota, as this hospital
will benefit children from all ot
The present crippled children's
home, a wooden structure formerly
a private residence, is far too small
for today's needs. It has S1 beds
crowded into small rooms, and the
nursery has four baby beds and
four bassinets crowded into one
dark, dingy room. Sanitary condi-
tions and facilities consist of one
bathroom with tub and toilet. The
small kitchen has but one sink
that is much smaller than those
found in most private residences.
It is hope.'d to raise $125,000 In
this drive for construction of the
new home, and when it is com-
pleted it will be turned over to the
American Legion Auxiliary of the
Third District of Florida for opera-
tion and maintenance.
Huge Double Egg Is
White City Product
Carter Ward brought in a huge
egg to The Star office Tuesday
that was produced iby one of the
hens on his rancho at White City.
The egg, eight inches in circum-
ference and weighing five ounces,
had, a normal size egg inside it.
"Looks like that hen is .trying to
keep up with the high price of the
Pupina feed' that Horace Soule has
been selling ine." remarked; Ward.
Visiting In Alabama
Mrs. Harold Powell left Monday
for points in Alabama .to visit rel-
atives and friends.
Would Employ Full Time
' Field Secretary For Gulf
And Bay TB Associations
1A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Gulf County Tu-
berculosis and Health Association
will -be held at 4 o'clock this after-
noon at the high'slchool for the
purpose of discussing a proposal
for Gulf and Bay counties to join
in employing a full tilile field sec-
retary for the two couilties.
The program as outlined will
cost $6000 annually, and' Gulf
county has been asked, to con-
tribute $1000 of this amount in ex-
change for services up to 50 per
cent of the field secretary's time.
If the plan is approved, it will be'
the responsibility of the field' sec-
retary to direct the mechanics of
the Christmas Seal sale, assist Ini
preparation of reports and be re-
sponsible for certain adminis-tra-
tive duties. She will direct a pro-
gramn with balanced emphasis on
case finding, health education and
co-operation with all existing agen-
cies on case management and re-
TO EXPIRE ON JULY I
It was announced, today by W.
W. W. Hyche, CM, in *charge of the
navy recruiting station at Marl-
anna, that this station will remain
open all day Sundlay, June 30, in
order to enlist men. who h.J.h to
benefit by the navy. family allow-
ance policy, which expires on July
1 this year.
Men enlisting prior to July 1,
1946, are allowed all the benefits
of family allowances through the
term of their enlistment, regard.
less of whether it is for two, three,
four or six years..
STORE HOST AT BANQUET
The local Chavers-Fowhand Fur-
niture Store, managed by Durel
Briggman, was host Thursday night
of last week to personnel of other
stores !n th ,,strict at a ci.::'kenu
and s;apper steak supper s',rved
at Martin's Beach Club.
Fifty-seven were present from I
Chavers-Fowhand stores in. Chip-
ley, Marianna and Panama City,!
and all reported a wonderful time.
Must Keep Sidewalks Clear
Business houses that have 'been
using the sidewalks in front of
their stores for the display ot
wares will ibe requested to dispense
with this practice in future, ac-
cording to Chief of Police Griffin,
as the sidewalks are not any too
wide for ,pedestrian use without
being cluttered up with outside
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To Make Home In Alabama
Mrs. Arthur Bryan and children
left last Friday to join Mr. Bryan
in Samson, Ala., where they will
make their future home.
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Robert Bellows Discharged
Robert E. Bellows, Jr.. S1/c. re-
ceived his discharge from the nav I
Tuesday at the naval personnel
separation center, Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wise and
Mrs. Joe Wise of Attala, Ala,,
were week-end guests of Mr.. apd
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon.
Blounts Have Visitors,
Mrs. Annie McPherson of Marl-
anna and Mrs. Earl Preston and
sons of Cypress were guests this
week of Mr. and Mrs, John Blount.
Port St. Joe Leads
League After Two
Wins Over Wewa
Saints Decisively Defeat First Po-
sition Gators 13-7 and 9-3;
BI.ountstown Here Sunday
The Port -St. Joe Saints detfi-
nitely took over top position, in the
Gulf Coast League when they took
Sam Husband's Weewahitchka Ga-
tors to the cleaners Sunday by a
score of 13-7 on the Gators' home
field and 9 3 at the St. Joe ball
park Wednesday afternoon.
Terry Hinote held the mound for
the Saints in Wednesday's game,
going the full route and hurling
an excellent brand of ball.
The grandstand was loaded witn
Wewahitchka fans, and, during the
first inning, when the Gatora
shoved over two runs, the air was
filled with lusty cheers. Neither
team scored in the second, arid in
the 'third the rabid Gator fans
really went to town when Bill Lin-
ton came in on a passed ball .by
Bert Cox to make the score 3 0.
However, as in the Sunday game,
the fourth inning was the lucky
one for the Saints when they made
six runs to really sew up the game.
Tommy Mitchell led off, being out
on a long fly to right field. Leon-
ard Belin got a two-bagge.r on a
hefty drive to the center' field
fence; Dallas Weeks,1-o. 1- J, "
two-bagger to center to bring''Be-
lin in for the Saints' 'first score.
Frank Hannon got .a single andl
Weeks slid. safely into third, Han-
non stealing second; W. J. Herr-
ing was oit at first on a hit to
third; Bert Cox got a two-base hit.
to bring in Weeks and Hannon to
(Continued on page 6)
Body of Apalachicola Man,
Missing for Week, Is Found
The body of Angel Georgopolis,
63, of Apalachicola, who hadi been
missing for a week a-fter going on
a catfishing trip, was found last
SFriday floating in Clark's, Creek,
I about four miles from Huckleberry
Landing on the Jackson River, by
two boys who were fishing.
The Ibody was badly decomposed
and eaten by fish and turtles. It
was taken to Apalachicola for in-
Sheriff B. E. Parker, who was
called in on the case since the
body was found, in Gulf county,
stated that it was presumed the
aged man !had' fallen from his boat
and was drowned.
BUYS TAXI SERVICE
M. J. Duke has purchased the
taxi business operated 'by J. P.
Bass and is now working Vthree
taxis on a 24-hour-a-day basis from
the small office adjoining Cooper's
Dave Maddox Discharged
Dave Maddox received his dis-
charge -from the navy last week
at the naval personnel separation
center, Jacksonville, and is now
Visits Brother and Family
Miss Tommie Sue Blount of
Geneva, Ala., was the guest last
week of her brother and family,
Mr. and Mrs. John Blount.
Visit In Frink
Mrs. Fred Maddox andi son Dave
spent two days this week in Frink
as guests of Mrs. Maddox' father,
P__t_ TW TH TR OTS.JEGL ONY LR_ FIAJN 1.14
Published Every Friday at Port St. Joe, Fla.,
by The Star Publishing Company
W. S. SMITH, Editor
Entered as eecond-class matter, December 10, 1937, at the
Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
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1t. spoken word ie given cant attention; the printed wod
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the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken worO
is lost; the printed word remains.
Our Country Right or Wrong
WE NEED VISION TO GET ACTION
Progress, like everything else, begins at
home, but at present the nation is witnessing
just the opposite as an unrivalled spread of
selfish interest robs America of those fruits
of war and inventive genius which could put
our sort of democarcy far in the vanguard of
To see what we're driving at, we need only
to turn back the calendar a few months and
remember how visionary leaders. of industry
were predicting a new "golden age" for
Americo as a result of some 3000 inventions
of a war which were to be released for peace-
time adaptation. Even government joined the
fanfare and predicted that we were on the
verge of the greatest period of advancement
and general prosperity the world has ever
Now, bring the calendar up to date and we
see that not only are these "miracles" of
progress scarce, but so is everything else-in-
clididg some of the ordinary incidentals of
life which we considered essential before the
war. Hamstrung by labor, strikes and a de-
cidedly "unvisionary" government, we see our
progress reverting to a state where today we
can't even get a three-cent letter through the
mails with any degree of certainty.
Yet the materials and the concept of the
"golden age" remain within the grasp of our
society, providing someone visionary enough
takes a lead in sorting out all the human ele-
ments and putting them in their correct rela-
tionship. If some of the-drive behind selfish
demands today can be put into the larger cre-
ative view of progress, we might even be able
to overhaul and pass Russia on the road to
We are blind if we can't see all of the clar-
ity and health of tomorrow's architecture in
the realm of plastics, electronics and prefab-
rication. We are falling far short of any chal-
lenge if we don't push television and kindred
assets to their utmost and, generally, we have
missed the whole design if we don't see the
opportunity to spread mankind out Into a
more natural environment through rapid
transportation, while bringing him all the as-
sets of our genius.
Yes, you read it rightly. It was no typo-
graphical error. The story about the Army
Air Forces yesterday DID say that "within
six weeks its first super-sonic man-carrying
plane will fly at speeds above 1500 miles an
hour." And a couple of paragraphs further on
it casually noted that the researchers are
thinking in terms of 4500 miles per hour. Or
was it 45,000?
There were oldsters watching the Auto
Jubilee parade who believed in their youth
that the human body couldn't stand speeds
higher than a few miles an hour. Now look at
the blamed thing! Around the world in a few
There are disturbing aspects. Ever since
the devising of the club and spear, man's ca-
pacity to be a decent, neighborly animal has
lagged light years behind his sagacity of in-
vention. Even a second World War has not
put wings on our social-economic-political
thinking. It's still in the ox-cart area.
Here's something to trouble the world's
best brains as the super-sonic space ships
,whisk past, arriving at their destinations even
before they start.-Detroit Free Press.
A plastic canoe, made in sections, which'
can be thrown together in ten minutes, Ti
doubtless what the country needs, for riding
out inflation when the dam goes.-San Fran-
W. T. Wreun, Temporary 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.
Mass is held at St. Joseph's
Chapel the first Sunday of each
month at 8 a.m. Second, third and
fourth Sundays at 10 a. m.
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With this Ayds Plan you don't cut
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MONEY BACK on the very rst box.
Phone 27 CARVER DRUG CO.
- MOTOR WINDING
Ye #64 Question Brings
This company is engaged in a
$20,000,000 expansion program
to provide more dependable
service at ever lower rates.
The question of electric service rates is
sometimes referred to as the $64 question by
the homemaker constantly beset with rising
prices and an equally rapidly diminishing
.homemaking dollar. The $64 question brings
a $3,500,000.00 answer in accrued savings
to the customers served by the Florida Power
Corporation, resulting from a series of volun-
tary rate reductions over the past ten years. /
While other- cost of living items have
jumped 50% and 100%, your electrical dollar
buys twice as much as it did 10 years ago. Un-
less inflation completely destroys the value
of the American dollar, other voluntary elec-
tric rate reductions will be made and the con-
venience of electrical living will be brought to
more and more people at constantly lowered
THE STORE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR HAS THE MOST CENTS
A Complete Line of
Groceries Meats- Dry Goods
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FRIDAY, JUNE 21, T1946
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF -COUNTY, FLeRDAb
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1948 THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULI~ COUNTY, FLORIDA PAGE THR~
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D. D.T. Now Chief Weapon
To Fight Garden Insects
APHID ASPARAA4S BU.STR1 CUCl/MBEAC LEA
81171. 51171.1 551 TSI 3117
POTATO POTATO CUTWO*M SQUASH MEXI/CAN
BEETLE LEAFHOPPER1 BUG BEAN BEETLE
these Are the Insects That Will Attack Your Victory Garden. Knov
Them, So You Can Fight Them Effectively.
BASE PERSONNEL AT
TYNDALL TO BE 3500
With reactivation of Tyndall
Field as an air tactical school, It
is announced that the base person-
nel would be about 3500 men,
to be stationed, there by Septem-
ber 1. It is anticipated the two
yearly classes will each ultimately
reach a strength of 1000 officers.
J. E. 'Byrd of Panama City has
purchased' the home of Austin
Huggins at Simmons Hammocle,
fiye miles south of this city, con-
sisting of 51% acres, of land and a
modern cottage. The Huggins fam-
ily will move to town-if they can
find' a place to live.
Let us check your wheels and front alignment.
We have the most modern equipment
to do this work.
COME IN AND VISIT OUR SHOP
WAYNE-McGOWIN MOTOR CO.
James L. Hughes, Service Manager
PHONE 129 PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
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Fighting insects which invade
gardens has been simplified by
D.D.T., which is fatal to all except
a'few garden pests, arid kills' both
'.eaf eaters and juice drinkers.
The common garden insects
which D.D.T. does not kill are the
Mexican bean beetle, red spider
and most aphids. It does kill the
beetles, caterpillars, leaf hoppers,
Olea beetizs, borers (including the
European corn borer) and thrips
which attack both vegetables and
To kill the Mexican bean beetle,
red spider and aphids, rotenone
ran be used, mixed with D.D.T. if
desired, to make a combination
which few if any insects can sur-
D.D.T., like arsenic. is poisonous;
it should be used with the same
precautions which are followed
with arsenic. The government per
.mits a residue of D.D.T. on food
crops offered for sale, which is the
same as the tolerance for arsenic.
Solutions of D.D.T. in oil are def-
initely more toxic to warm-blooded'
animals than dusts, or the wettable
powder which can be used in
sprays. Do not spray anifnals with
an oil solution of D.D.T. and avoid
getting such a solution on your skin.
*D.D.T can bee"' -nixed' with any
common insecticide or fungicide
except highly alkaline.preparations
such as lime and lime-sulphur. It
is obtainable for garden use as' a
dust in various strengths, as a wet-
table.powder which can be mixed
with water to make a spray, and
Also in liquid form for preparing
a spray. Dust of three per cent
strength will control most garden
insects, but a 5 per cent dust gives
protection over a longer period.
Squash, cucumbers and melons
may be injured by D.D.T. sprays
and dusts, and young tomato plants
less than 12 inches high may have
their leaves curled by too heavy or
too frequent applications.
The chart which accompanies
this article shows the general char-
acteristics of the commonest gar-
den insects and brief descriptions,
and suggestions for combating the
most common follow:
Aphids cling to the underside of
leaves, or on the growing ends ot
stems of many vegetables, multi-
plying with amazing rapidity. Usa
ro.tenone, pyrethrum or nicotine
dust or spray, immediately first
specimens are detected.
The striped cucumber beetle is
yellow with three black strips. It
breeds in the blossom ends of cu-
cumber, squash and melon vines,
eats leaves and, spreads disease.
Dust new growth as it develops
with dust composed of'l lb. calcium
arsenate and 10 pounds of talc or
gypsum, repeating until vines arc
several feet long.
Flea beetles are small flea-like in-
sects which riddle leaves with
small holes. Use D.D.T. dust or
Leaf hoppers are a serious pest
on potatoes, beans, carrots and as-
ters. They drink the plant juices
and seriously reduce vigor, besides
transmitting the aster yellows dis-
ease from weeds to asters and car-
rots. Beans are often infested,
causing their leaves to become
crinkly and eventually to die.
D.D.T. dust will control this pest
better than any other material.
Cutwormt are caterpillars of va-
rious moths which hide by day and
at night cut off young plants at the
soil surface:' Prodtdt life plants
with collars of heavy paper or card-
board surrounding the stems, ex-
tending an inch below the soil sur-
face and two inches above, when
the plants are set out.
The Mexican bean beetle is a
black sheep of the lady bug family.
Coppery brown, 8 black spots orn
each wing cover; it eats vines and
lays yellow egg clusters on under
side of leaves, which hatch out into
larvae with voracious appetites.
Plants must be thoroughly sprayed
or dusted with rotenone or calcium
arsenate but not lead arsenate.
Cabbage worms are pale green
caterpillars one and one-quarter
inch long, hatched from eggs laid
by white butterflies, which are
found on cabbage, cauliflower and
other members of the cabbage fam.
ily. Dust or spray with D.D.T.
Grasshoppers may attack all gar.
den crops and are best controlled
by using the poison bait
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You appreciate it all the more these sultry,
hot summer days so drop in at the Capital
Garden for good food and drink deliciously
prepared and satisfyingly served ..
Bring the whole family and let your wife get
away from that hot stove.
ALL VARIETIES OF SANDWICHES
ALL KINDS OF DRINKS
Walter Gardner, Owner H. E. Jones, Manager
On Beacon Hill Highway 2/2 Miles From Port St. Joe
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
Fft IDAY, J U NE 21, 1946
PAGE WOUR THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA FRlDAY,.JUNE~21, 1946'
State Woods and Swamps Georgia Places Ban On
Are Rich In Resources Floridians Due To Polio
Possible new commercial prod- The Georgia state health depart-
ucts from Florida's woods and ment Monday imposed, a quaran-
swamplands are described 'by tine on persons coming from Flor-
James L. Orr, managing director ida because of the presence of in-
of the Miami Research Foundation, fantile paralysis in this state.
who said the southern counties All persons coming from Flor-
could produce enough to support ida will he placed in quarantine in
a population of 5,000,000. Georgia for two weeks. All Geor-
Orr declares that wood products gians who come to Florida and re-
could be utilized to fill scores of turn to Georgia also will be placed
needs, and bolster the economy of in quarantine for a similar period.
a section that has looked on tour- The quarantine will not apply to
ists as its chief source of revenue. pe sons traveling interstate.
Governor Caldiwell is seeking to
He cites experiments to show h .
that while ,pul.pwood is a great and nient lif the qtarantine. He has
industry, the same acre that .pro- +o. ,. o.th ,.. "
lt CIU t lk ih th- venor
duces $15 worth of pulp 'could be
made to yield 8300 worth of ma-
hogany in a year. Florida ma-
hogany is of the ,best grade, he
said, and- can be grown on millions
Orr said that Australian pine,
grown widely in south Florida, is
heavier and denser than teakwood
and, can Ibe used for the same pur-
poses. The m.nn'' ve can be a ma-
jor source of tannin for the tan-
nin.g industry and is also a good
building wood, he said.
A tung nut, which Florida could
produce commercially, not only
yields the finest tung oil for var-
nishes. Ibut is edible, Orr said. In
contrast, tung grown in North Car-
olina is poisonous, he asserted.
The native malaleuca tree, nu-
merous in the Everglades, pro-
duces a fiber from its bark, he re-
ports. It is a bard-grained wood
and its leaves produce valuable
medicinal oils which are now im-
ported. It grows three to four
times as fast.in Florida as else-
where, he said., ,
The .foundation is currently con-
ducting a survey of South Florida
to determine ;prospects for ,future
Visit In Jacksonville
'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tyler and
iMr. and Mrs. Joe Mira spent the
week-end visiting in Jacksonville.
of North Carolina, which earlier
had placed a quarantine against
Dr. Wilson T. Sowder, Florida
state health officer, declares that
there is "'little reason" for action
of the two states in invoking a
quarantine as .poliomyelitis "has
not reached epidemic proportions
at any time or in any locality In
Florida during the present year."
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SCHOOLS TO GET FAT FUND
County school funds in Florida
will receive $11.886,86-2 in automo-
bile license tag .receipts levied in
the last seven months alone, a to-
tal exceeding intake .for the whole
of last year [by $1,498,289. The tag
sale year runs from December 1
to December 1. i.-1= recorded by
this time last year were $9,718,220.
For Those Who Think
Run- down -shoes make you
look sloppy and unattractive.
Better keep yours in repair
and wpll polished ,Lpt us be,
your footwear valets.
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"MAKE IT A MILLION!,'
ENLIST IN A GRADE WITH
YOUR ARMY MOS
Army veterans who held certain
Military Occupational Specialties
may reenlist in a grade commensu-
rate with their skill and experience,
provided they were honorably dis-
charged on orafter May 12, 1945-
-and provided they reenlist before
July 1, 1946. Over three-quarters
of a million men have joined the
new Regular Army already. MAKE
IT A MILLION! Full facts are at any
Army Camp, Post, or Recruiting
I AM AGAIN BACK IN THE
with a big new truck, and am soliciting moving
of all types.
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING
I am especially set to handle furniture! All loads
C. W. "Red" HORTON
(Only Licensed Transfer Man In Gulf County)
PHONE 227 SUNNY STATE STATION
EASY BUDGET TERMS
Girls Appreciate 4-H
Short Course Awards
Dear Gulf County Friends:
We would like to express our ap-
preciation to those who made it
possible .for us to attend the girls
4-1I short course in Tallahassee.
Five days we were on the col-
lege campus studying foods, mu-
sic, 'poultry, devotional training,
!-H organization, recreation, can-
ning and clothing.
Governor and AMrs. Caldwell in-
vited us to attend a tea at the man-
sion.. There we saw the silver
table settings from the battleship
Florida which were presented to
the state of Florida. The famous
-orbam silversmiths molded the
silver, and there is no other pat-
tern like it.
There 'were many types of en-
tertainment on the campus that
we could enjoy. 'We went swim-
ming every day and had various
types of music. On our way home $2100 IN 'E' BONDS
Mrs. Revell carried us to Wakulla Residents, of Gulf county during
Springs. the month of May purchased $2100
If it had not been 'for you who worth of series "E" U. S,. Savings
contributed to our scholarships, Bonds. Total for the state for the
we would ont have had this won- month was $4,504,716.
derful experience. We 'feel so --
grateful to each o.f you. Discharged
Inez Bozeman .Mary Ellen Gay William ISullivan, son of Mrs. M.
Geraldine Parker Lela ,Griffin F Sapp, arrived, home last week
Maxine Guilford Betty Shirley after receiving his discharge from
Jewel Lester Pattie Redfern the navy.'
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Imported Spanish Sherry Wine-4-5 Qt. $1.95
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PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
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PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
THE STAR,-PORT ST. JOE,-.GULF POUNTYii FL*RIDA-:
FRI DAY, JU N E,21,.1946;
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946 THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Personals Clubs Churches
MYRTICE 0. SMITH, Editor PHONE 51
MISS FLORENCE HALL AND
HARRY TRAWICK MARRIED
The First Baptist Church ot
Tallahassee was the scene of a
lovely wedding last Sunday after-
noon when Florence Quintion Hall,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Edigar
Hall, became the bride of Harry
Lee Trawick, son of Mrs. Oscar L.
Roberts of Port St. Joe.
Dr. Harold G. Sanders, pastor ot
the church, solemnized the cere-
.mony against a beautiful back-
ground of gladiolius, mixed, flowers
The bride, attractive in a lovely
gown of white crepe with white
accessories and wearing a corsage
of white carnations, was given in
marriage by her father and had as
her matron of honor Mrs. Lang
Spell. Robert Trawick, brother of
tre groom, acted as best man
tageous points. The .bride's book
was kept by Miss Gladys Odom,
and Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Miss
Margaret Odom, Mrs. Lang Spell,
Miss ,Anna Lou Bullard and Miss
Dorothy Trawick assisted In serv-
Immediately after the reception
the bi ide and groom left for a wed-
ding trip to points in South Flor-
idia. The bridle wore for traveling
a dove blue crepe with navy ac-
cessories. Upon their return they
will be at home at 705 Boulevard
BAPTIST BUSINESS WOMAN'S
CIRCLE IN MEETING TUESDAY
The Business'Woman's Circle ot
the Baptist Church met Tuesday
evening at the church with eight
The program, having for its
theme "A Nation's Morals," was
After the wedding, a reception as follows: Bi'ble study, Miss Ber-
was, held! at the home of the bride's nice Posey; "A Nation's Morals,"
parents which was attractive with Elnita Duffell; "Conditions That
vases of pink and white gladiolius
and coral vine placed, at advan-
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are in a position to serve
Port St. Joe.
Special attention to
P.O. Box 310 Phone 159
Alarm," Alma Baggett; "HabIts
That Harm," Mrs. Jessie Bect-
ham; "Living Up to Our Moral
Standards," Mrs. Lillian McNair.
The next meeting of this circle
will be held. on July 2 at the. home
of Mrs. 'Beckhaam. All members
are urged to attend and )bring a
< DR. C. L REICHERTER
EYES EXAMINED-GLASSES FITTED
Ritz Theatre Building Hours:8 to5 5
First Floor Phone 560
PANAMA CITY, FLA.
St. Joe Sign Shop
UPHOLSTERING FURNITURE REPAIRING
W FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE CALL 94
FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY
Upholstery Material and Stove Parts In Stock
Milstead and Kirkland
(In Building Formerly Occupied By City Service Garage)
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
W. S. C. S. MEETS MONDAY
The" Woman's Society for Chris-
tian Service of the Methodist
Church met Monday afternoon at
the church for its regular meeting.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts acted as chair-
man in the absence of the presi-
dent, Mrs. R. .G. Boyles, andi the
Susie Peach Foster Circle was -in
charge of the program, which was
developed 'by Mrs. W. Jones, Mrs.
W. T. Mosely, Mrs. W. F. Johnson
and Mrs. Roy Gaskin.
tt .was decided that during the
summer months business meetings
be comibinedi with home meetings
on one day during July, August
and September. The first meeting
will be held. July 2 at the home
of Mrs. George Patton.
Mrs. Glenn Boyles resigned as
president of the W. S. C. S. and
Mrs. Winston Jones resigned, as
chairman of one of the, circles, as
she is leaving town.
MRS. FAIRLEY HOSTESS
TO BAPTIST CIRCLE TWO
Circle Two of the Baptist W. M.
U. met Monday with Mrs. P. B.
Fairley. The devotional was given
by Mrs. W..J. Daughtry and prayer
by Mrs. Wesley Ramsey.
Theme of the program was "Our
Missionaries." Reports of chair-
men were, received and accepted.
The chairman, Mrs. Daughtry, re
quested that absentees, be visited,
and one member, Mrs. T. V. Mor-
ris, was reported ill. The meeting
was closed% with prayer -by Mrs.
Daughtry, following which the hos-
tess served' sandwiches and coca-
colas to nine members and, two
The next meeting of the circle
will be held in July with Mrs. E.
C. Cason as hostess.
REBEKAH CIRCLE MEETS
WITH MRS. WO. NICHOLS
The Rebekah Circle of the Bap-
tist W. 'AI: U. met Monday after-
noon with Mrs. W. 0. Nichols at
her home on Monument Avenue'
with 17 members present.
The devotional was given, ;by
Mrs. Otis Pyle, followed with
prayer by Mrs. Andrew Martin.
Reports of all chairmen were pre-
sented and, accepted, and at this
time four new members were wel-
comed into the circle.
The, meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. Charles Crawford,
following which the hostess served
sandwiches, cookies and cocacolas
to all present.
Mrs. B. H. Smith visited Tues-
day in Panama City with Ensign
and Mrs. 1. K. Chambers and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Whitehead
of Lake Wales were guests last
week of Mrs. A. C. Whitehead.
HOWDY, FOLKS! The gladiolus
the iris family.
Mr. and' Mrs. W. F. Faircloth an-
nounce the birth of an 8-pound son
on Monday, June 17. This is the
first boy in the Faircloth family of
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Howard of
Apalachicola announce the birth
of a daughter June 14 at the Port
St. Joe municipal hospital.
a tf a
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Traweek an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Sally Myra, to J. C. Bra-
zeal of Hollis, Okla., on Monday,
June 17, at the home of the groom's
sister, Mrs. Anita Hamilton of
Clayton, N. M. The young couple
will make their home in Oklahoma.
*NAcdi kit contains 3 full /l
w 0 tiss ues.,
vAcat *ppotr, neutrlizer W
o let oin stiructioans V
MILLER'S DRUG STORE
is a member of
I Although continually in
danger of infection and
contagion, you perhaps
rarely give it a thought.
Your physician, however, is
ever mindful of the situation and
keeps pace with the advance-
ment of medical science by con-
stant study. We are glad to
cooperate by filling his prescrip-
tions with the finest prescrip-
tion chemicals, pharmaceuti-
cals and biologicals obtainable
W* we Mertk Pcrioio4W Cheonka
Port St. Joe
We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription
-o- -- -h e- at r e -
A Martin Theatre
SPort St. Joe, Fla.
THEATRE OPENS SATURDAY SUNDAYS AT 1:00 P. M.
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE DAILY AT 2:45 P. M.
SATURDAY, JUNE 22
GENE AUTREY in
THE 3 STOOGES
"IF A BODY
MEETS A BODY"
Chapter 5 of Serial
'The Monster and the Ape'
SUNDAY, JUNE 23
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26
- FEATURE NO. 1 -
- FEATURE NO. 2-
Chapter 4 of Senal
June 27 and 28
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
News and Screen Snapshot3
LAST TIME FRIDAY
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FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946
THE STAR, PaORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDAA
Ar4 ly4ar-or or rArcAqAoqw-
I'MESE AWMALS HAVE A .1 ')
BA-rri-E FORKATION IN VM"
TIEY F-IGHT WliEN ATTACKED. ,
TREY F'O;M A CIRCLE WM4 HEAVZO
AND /5*fAtf-TO-THE OUTSIEW.
The best battle formation
against "nagging wives" is an
occasional gift from the LILI-
US JEWELRY COMPANY. We
suggest Crystal and Glassware
it's always appreciated.
"HOLDING FORTH THE WORD OF LIFE"
R. F. HALLFORD, Pastor Telephoi
SUNDAY, JUNE 23
9:45-Bible School for all.
10:55-Morning Worship. Sermon Topic-:
"REVIVAL SOLVES PROBLEMS."
6:55-Baptist Training Union.
8:W-Evening Worshi'. 5ermon Topic:.
"WHO CAN St SAYEQ?11
A Is o
WHO'S WHO IN PORT ST. JOE CTS.1
-- SPEND YOUR MONEY AT HOME WHERE YOU WILL GET ANOTHER CRACK AT IT rOSPPLE
,, THESE WELL-KNOWN BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS OFFER YOU GOODS AND SERVICES UNEXCELLED
This Would Be a Good Place To Let
People Know About YOUR Business
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CONTACT US FOR FREE ESTIMATES
Every Job Receives Careful Workmanship
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PHONES-DAY 201: NIGHT 105-2
C CUCCHIARI'S MARK
Fruits Vegetables Seafood
FRYERS AND HEN
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ST. JOE LEADS LEAGUE
T (Continued from Page 1)
ET tie the score at 3-all. Hinote was
s safe at first on a hit to third, and
Beniie Burke was walked by Roy
S lenks to load the bases. Alton
r Dendy hit a sizzler through second
to bring in Cox, and Mitchell hi-.
a long fly to center field to drive
in Hinnte and Burke. The Saints
RY we, e retired when Dendy was out
ket at home when making a dash for
" the plate after a passed ball at
T third Score, 6 to 3.
The Gators failed to score In
ERE their half of thie fifth and St. Joe
marked tip three, Belin leading oft
Modern Beauty Shop
LILLIE PEARL WATKINS, Owner
SFor Appointment Phone 41
.s with a sweet homer over the left W tr I K
wMd atId' Let Ts Design You a Letterhead, -ield fence. Weeks. took two bags WILKS
STD when the center fielder dropped
STo Fit Your Business his fly; Hannon was out on a high Dia
SA fy to center; Herring got a two- W.E T
"T H E S T A R" bagger to center field, bringing :11
Phone 51 Port St. Joe, Fla. Weeks from second,; Cox got to .-
first on a line drive through short
and Herring came home. Hinote
Visiting Sisters Transact Business In Marianna 1hit for one bag and Cox was FOR DEPE
Mrs, Raymond Hubbard of Ma- Roy Evans and nephew, Buddy tagged trying to reach third. Burke
rion, Ala., is the guest of her sis- Evans, were transacting business got on on a fly to center fiela and y CALL 234
ters, Mrs. Roy Evans and Mrs. in Marianna last Mvonday. Dendly retired the side by striking (Next Do
John Gaskin. -------out. OWNI
----- --- J. D. Smith of Telogia visited, The fifth marked end of scoring, When it rains ne
Called To Bedside of Father here over the week-end with his for neither team got a man home
Mrs. M: M. Ervin of Bessemer, stepmother, Mrs. Pearl Smith. in the next four innings, both Hi-
Ala., was called to the bedside ot ----- -- ---- .note an.d Jenks pitching a superb in the Wew'a park when he plIed
her father, Jimmy Anderson, last Elephants like onions as much brand of ball andi both teams out a homer in the fourth. Others
week. as peanuts, tightening up generally and elimi- boosting their ;batting percentage
nating the errors that were pre- were Bennie Burke with three for
dosminately the cause of f most ot five times at the plate, ald Bert
S CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING thie runss in the first five frames. Cox and W. J. Herring, who co-
The Blountstown Flyers play -ins elected two bingles each in four
Star Want Ads Bring Quick Results At Small Cost. the local park Sunday and this times at bat.
holds promise of being an exciting
game, as the 'Blountstown team Is
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR RENT showingg married improvement, ad- LEAGUE STANDINGS
ACREAGE Close to city limits. 6-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE vancing rapidly from a cellar po Team- W L Pct.
From 5-acre tracts to 160 acres. See W. C. Forehand, Highalnd sition tie with Carrablelle during Port St. Joe ------- 9 2 .818
Prices Reasonable. Phone 79 J, View. 6-21- the first go-round. Lefty Kirkland, Apala.chicola --------- 8 2 .8QO
Port St. Joe. 5-24tf hi--hk
APARTMENTS FOR RENT showy moundisman for the Flyers, Wewahitchka ---------8 4 .666(
NEW 5-ROOM HOLLOW TILE is credited, with a no-hit game Panama City ---------5 7 .417
HOUSE. 3 miles south of city. FOir APARTMENTS See The against the Panama City Spartans Blountstown ---------4 8 .333
FOUR-ROOM HOUSE in Bayview pte n.8 Wednesday afternoon. Carrabelle-------------0.11 .000
Heights with screened-in porches WANTED TO BUY Results of Sunday's Games
-and bath. Results-of Sunday's Gime3
ALSO LOTS in colored quarters WANTED TO BUY-Electric sew- SUNDAY'S GAME Port St. Joe, 13; Wewahitchka, 7
and White City. ing machine. Call 235, Port St. The Saints took over the Gulf Panama City, 10; Blountstown, 9
Listings Wanted Joe. 6-21* Coast League lead .at Wewahitchka Apalachicola, 5; Carrabelle, 4.
See FRANK HANNON LOST AND FOUND Sunday 'when they downed the Results of Wednesday's Games
Realtor 37 league-leading Wewa Gators 13 7. Port St. Joe, 9; Wewahitchka, 3.
St. Joe Motor C. FOUND, CAR TAGS--Two Florida The locals drove Davidson, former Apalachicola, 12: Carrabelle. 5.
FOR SALE '46 tags; 66K -I and 3 V- 161.
_ORALEOwniers may have saame by calling pitcher for the Saints, from the ,Blountstown, 8; Panama- City, 4.
FOR SALE-New U. S. slicing at The Star office and paying foi mound' in the fourth inning with a Games Next Weelk
machine. See J. R. Chestnut at this advertisement., -21 six-run, attack that put the game June 23 Blountstown at Port
Chestnut's Grocery. 6-21tf
MISCELLANEOUS on ice. St. Joe; Apalachicola at Panama
FOR SALE-2 pair French doors St. Joe made two runs In the City; Wewahitchka at Carrabelle.
2 ft. h1v 7 ft.; 2 Dutch doors 2 ft. IF YOU WANT TIRES initial inning, with the Gators get- June 26-Port St. Joe at Blounts-
6 in. by 6 ft. 8 in; also upholstered ting a goose egg. However, Wewa town;; Panama City at Apalachl-
porch set of couch and two chairs. We Have Them In All Sizes! t a oose e. However, Wew towa City at Aiaac
Telephone 84' 6-21tf ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY made one run in the second and cola: Carratihlle at Wewahitchka.
Phone 37 6-21 two in the third to take the lead, June 30-Apalachicola at Port
GUEST CHECKS for restaurants, 'but lost their advantage in the St. Joe; Panama City at Carra-
in, pads of 100; 75c per thousand. SCRATCH PADS-4 ;by 6 inches. fourth when the Saints went on belle; Wewahitclhka at Blounts-
The Star. tf Good white bond paper. Package Illeir hitting spree. St. Joe chalked town.
LODGE NOTICES of 12 pads 30c. TS i .. tf, :ip.one in the fifth, one in the July 3-Port St. Joe at A palachl-
MA '6NIC TEMPLE A' A FISH BAIT Fresh, clean'wormss sixth and three in the final frame, cola; Carrabelle at Panama City,
PArt St. Joe Le ill. Regular t hat "re guaranteed to get the while Wewa managed to get two Blountstown at Wewnhitchka.
Meetings 2nd and 4th Frl- In the Sheffiory eel-- -eR -erl in the sixth andi two more In the ----- -
lday each month, $:s 0 p. n* tc eighth. TlTirty to 40 million tons of raw
visiting broth'ersuWe8 ime. -G. Wn Every ads carrles a nmeiiage- Tommy Mitchell is credited with material and foodstuffs are im-
Cooper, W .M; G. C. Adkins, Sec. a eaak ge thai will' iav`e'I.oney. hitting the longest drive ever seen ported into Great Britain annually.
amonds and .Jewelry
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NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby give that pursuant to
Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, Acts of
1941, the undersigned persons intend to
register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
the first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under which
they will be-engaged in business and in which
said business is to be carried on. to-wit:
WAYNE-Mc(-OWIIN O1TOR CO., Port St.
t. ewflE.c .T. WAYNER.
6.7 2S C. .\. McOWIN.
The public is hereby notified
that I am severing my connection
with the St. Joe Electric Shop,
Port St. Joe, Florida, and that 1
will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by the above aom-
-pany after this date.
Dated May 31, 1946.
6-21" V.". M. PRIEST.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, GULF
In re.: Tjhe ad-option of Frances
The State of Florida
To: Arthur Hubbard, whose place
of residence is unknown.
You are hereby notified that on
the 13th day of November, 1945,
Ralph Willis Benty and wife, Mary
Dye Beaty, filed in the above styled
court their petition praying for
the adoption of Frances Louise
Roberts. a minllor. You are there-
fore commanded to be and appear
in the above styled court on the
8th day of July, 19486, to show
cause, if any you may have, why
the aforesaid petition should not
Witness my hand and official
seal at Wewahitchka, Gulf County,
Florida, this 1st day of June, 1946.
(Court Seal) J. R. HUNTER,
Clerk of the Circuit Cour,
Gulf County. Florida.
t. CLAY LEWIS. Jr. 6-7 2 '
Attorney for Petitioners.
Car SOWER'S SUNNY STATE SERVICE
SIB ^K If you want EXPERT SERVICE in a Hurry,
We Have It. We Also Give ROAD SERVICE.
I/''. First Aid REPAIRS WHEEL BALANCING
S Cars Polished, Waxed and Steam Cleaned
PHONE 227 PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
cSA 1RS 1 SCHNEIDER'S
are our es-.
Clothing for All the Family
WE HANDLE ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE
FIRE LIFE CASUALTY BONDS
; .g We recommend fire insurance because its easy to start a fire
esy BUCK ALEXANDER
H MEET YOUR ,
-LeHARDY'S BART -
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 194%
TME STAR, PORT S8T. JOE, GULF COUNTY-. FLORI.DA