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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: June 20, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (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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HELP
KEEP THE SAINTS
ON TOP!
Attend Every Game!
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THE


STAR


The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center


OFFICIAL $
NEWSPAPER
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VOLUME X


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1947


NUMBER 38


No Hope Seen Fo


hicola Drops Two i constitution Feoa Father of Eight Being Held In



Tilts To Top Place Saints Matenance F Saturday Night Knife Slaying
tVc,,,n V \4s A c t I nt ioduced'-


tick Accounts for


Eight of Twelve Runs
In Sunday's Game

Before a crowd that spread out
onto the fieldl in: folding chairs,' the
St. Joe Saints, led by Leonard Be-
lin with -Bour home runs, went on
a batting spree Sunday at the. local
ball park 'to nick Apalaohicola's
pitchers for 2a hits and 12 runs
while "Lefty" Thomason held the
invaders to nine soatteredbingles
and two runs.
The Oyster City boys, who had
been climbing right on up in the
league standings, ,had high hopes
of knocking the bark off the Saints
a la Tyndall Field, what with their
imported Mississippi State players,
but the foreign blood didn't phase
the St. Joe lads a particle, for

HOW THEY STAND
Team- W L Pot.
Port St. Joe -------1-3 1 .928
Tyndall Field' ------- 9 4 .6992
Apal'achicola ..-------- 8 6 ,.571
Wewahitchka --------6 7 .461
Panama Oity --------.... 3 10 .231
Navy Base ..---------- 1 12 .077

hadn't they knocked the socks off
the famt&d "Ace" A dms of the New
York Giants? ... .
The visiting fans went wild as
Apalax'e.iscored one run in the first
inning on two singles and' a walk,
but their joy was short lived as
the Saints came to bat in the last
of the fourth to mark up four runs
and 'put the game on ice.
Bennie Burke, leadoif man, struck
out, much to the delight' of the
Oyster Citian's,. for wasn't their
Mississippi Stater, Rutherford, a
humdinging pitcher of the hum-
dingst sort? Frank Hannon took a
single over thirdM and the slaughter
was on. Tommy Mitchell got a two-
bagger to right field, Hannon go-
ing to third-and then, Belin lofted
the first pitche'.l ball over the f'nce
for his, i'icst homer and three
counters. Bucky Walters hit a line
through short, as did Jim McCall,
Walters being caught out at home
for the second out and' McCall go-
ing to third on the .play for Bucky.
"'Fish" Herring took .two bags on,
a long fly to left, driving in Mc-
'Caal, and Bert Cox struck out to
retire the side. Score 4-1.
. The second and third innings.
saw no scoring, but in the fourth
enthusiasm of the ApaIlachicolans
niounted, as they scored. one run
as Cox, with a man on third, threw
to Burke at second to nail a steal,
the man on third coming home. But
again their ardor 'was dampened as
Mitchell got to !first and Belin
brought him home with his second
circuit hit.
The fifth was another big inning
for the Saints, with five runs being
(Continued on page 5)

To Attend Ball Game
Mrs. Verna Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Lane and Miss Sara Kelly will
spend the week-end in''Colu'mbus,
SGa., attending the Columibia-Colum-
'bus baseball game 'in which John
Lane will play second base for the,
Columibia Reds.

Visitors From Vero Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chatham
of Vero Beach are guests this week
of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Chatham.


Belin's Big Si


Governor v eoes ACT ic 1r1Iuca,
By Tapper Cutting County rV-


St. Joe Takes Wednesday's
Game With Four Scores
In 'Lucky Seventh'

Playing a return engagement at
Apalachicola Wednesday afternoon
Port St. Joe again came off vic-
torious, taking the Oyster Ci~ty lad,;
by a 4-1 score, with all their coun-
ters coming 'in the seventh inning.
Jimlmlie Adams did the hurling
for the Saints, giving -up seven
scattered hits. Hendels was, on the
mound for Apalachicola and. turned
in a bangup job, giving up six hits
and walking four. 'It is hard to un-
derstand why the managers of the
Apalachicola team import outside
pitchers at considerable expense
when they have this boy Hendels
right on their doorstep.
.Apalaohicola made the first run
in the third' inning, and up to the
seventh frame it looked life the
winning run. The first batter up
took two bases when Bennie Burke
handled the infield' hit anid threw
wild to first. The second man was
safe on a grounder to To-m Mitchell
and Bert Cox let in the. lone run
when he threw the ball away in an
attempt to catch the runner steal-
ing to second., allowing the man on
third to romp home.,
.. It was three, up,.and_ ~yree down
for Iboth teamis'up to the seventh.
Hannon led? off in that fateful inn-
ing, flying out to left field. Mitchell
,was walked and Belin, whom the
pitcher endeavored to deliberately
walk every time he came to bat,
managed to h9t a liner down the
third base line for a single. Bucky
Walters took two bags on a hard
one to left field, driving in Mitch,
with Belin stopping at third. Jim
McCall hit to the second baseman,
being safe at first on the unsuc-
ce'ssful play at lome for Belin and
going to second on the next pitch,
(Continued on page 8)


Thomason To Oppose Ace
Adams In Ball Game Today

The big game of the, season for
Blountstown fans will be played at
that city this afternoon when the
Donalsonville 'semi-pros will seek
revenge for an 8-7 defeat handed
them by the Blountstown Bucca-
neers on June 3.
Donal'sonville will call on "Ace"
Adams to do the pitching honors,
while the Buccaneers have secured
the services of "Lefty" Thomason
of the Port St. Joe Saints to hurl
against the strong Georgia nine.
Thomason has built an excellent
record as a mnound'sman with the
Saints, and with these outstanding
pitchers the game should, prove to
be an exciting one."

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'Double-Header At
Ball Park Sunday

In order to make up the ball
game rained out here May 21, a
double-header will be played at
the local ball park next Sunday
with the Navy Base nine,
Both games will go for seven
innings, with the first tilt called
at 2:30 EST. Admission will be
75c and 25c.
We don't know what-happens
should these tilts get rained out.
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V others To ueciae


Costs On TB Patients

The bill introduced .by Represen-1
taitive. George Tapper which would'
cut county contribution for the
care of indigent tuberculosis pa-1
tients from $1.25 per day per pa-
tient to 75 cents a day, making the
s-tate liable 'for the difference of1
50 cent's, was vetoed last Friday by,
Governor Caldwell, .a's he continued
his post-legislativb drive to match I
.appropriations wlth revenue.
He also vetoed a measure switch-
ing ,authority to approve county.
budgets from the itate comptroller
to the cabinet budget commmsslon
on grounds' that trle board was not
staffed, to handle the extra work'
and the legislature had not pro-
vided funds -for bmiploying addi-
tional workers to do the job.
In vetoing the +B measure, the
governor said: "Oil the basis of the
anticipated patient load, this would
result In an additional cost to the
sta-te of $182,500 a year. Without
considering the theoretical desir-
ability of this course, It suffices to
(Continued on Page 3)
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Editor Recipient of
Seasonal Delicacies

The editor has been living high
lately what with seasonal d'elica-
cies of various sort's finding their
way into our larder from our many
friends. *
Recently Roland Mahon brought
us in a dozen turte eggs, Robe.rt
Buchert presented us with two nice
flounders and- Chief of Police Buck
Griffin came in and' slapped down.
a couple o0f turtle steaks which
we-re certainly delicious.
'Monday, Dan Brooks forced (?)
upon us two choice redifish, which,
are still in.our freezing locker, and
Wednesday morning when we
opened our door we found a large
sack of Kentucky 'wonder string-
be-ans and a d6zen beautiful toma-
toes brought in iby Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Stevens from their rancho at
White City. And we musn't forget
W. E. Sneed over at Sneed's Mar-
ket, who sent over a slalb of choice
cheese that was almost old enough
to walk by itself-the kind we like.
We certainly appreciate all the's'e
gifts and have managed to thank
all donors individually.

Summer School To
Open Next Monday

Prof. W. 'A. Biggart writes us
from Lancaster, S,'. C., where he is
enjoying the cool mountain fast-
nesses, that he will re-turn home
some time today and, will we please
announce that summer school will
begin next Monday, June 2,3, and
that those interested may contact
him during the week-end or report
to the school building at 9 o'clock
Monday morning.

Return To University
Mr.' and Mrs'. M. C. Sander of
Tallahassee visited- last week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Palmer.
They returned to Knoxville, Tenn.,
where. Mr. Sanders will work on
his master's degree at the.Univer-
sity of Tennessee and Mrs. San-,
ders will be employed for the sum-
mer at the university.


Fifth Street Tuesday when the mo- two tanks of 55,000- barrel capacity
torcvcle they were riding was hit and, one' of 80,000.-


by a car.

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Four Homers In One
Game Believed Record

We are ,of the belief that Leon-
ard Beli'n's four home runs in
Sunday's game here with Ap-
alachicola sets a new record for
baseball in Northwest Florida,
and one that probably won't be
equalled or bettered for many a
moon.
Belin took his four circuit
clouts in five times at bat, and
on that fifth time was handed a
deliberate walk by the pitcher.
In addition to the four runs
credited him on the four-base
hits, he drove in four counters,
thus accounting for' eight of the
12 runs made Sunday by the St.
Joe team.
As one. Apalachicola fan said:
"All the team St. Joe needs is
Belin and Thomason." ,


Addition of these tanks ,brings
the total to 15 with a combined
storage capacity of 986,910 barrels,
placing the Port St. Joe terminal
up among the largest in the state.
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Spend Weelk-end In Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. S.impson and
children spent the week-end in
Bainbridge, Ga., with relatives.
They were accompanied by Miss
Fay Parker, who remained for a
visit with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. 0. L. Benton.

Spends Father's Day In Orlando
Jimmy Greer 'spent Father's Day
in Orlando with his daughter ana
family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Man-
uel. Miss Judy Greer returned here
with her father for an extended
visit.

Visiting In Tuscaloosa
Mr. and Mrs. John Dickey and
baby, Mrs. J. L. Dickey and Reuben
Dickey are visiting relatives and
friends in Tuscaloosa, Ala., this


12 Amendments

To Constitution

Only Ones Out of Nearly 70 Intro-
duced Which Received
Approval

Twelve proposed amendments to
the Florida state constitution will
be on the November, 1948, general
election ballot for ratification or
rejection. /
They are .the only ones out of
nearly 70 introduced which re-
ceived legislative approval during
the 'session just ended.
They would:'
Permit gradual, revision of the
state constitution by allowing any
one of the 20 articles to be reiwrit-
te.n as a single amendment. At
present an amendment can apply
to no more than one of the some
200 sections.
Raise pay of legislators from $6
to $10 a day while they are in ses-
sioh, give them subsistence allow-
ance. and four free round trips be-
tween their homes and Tallahas-
see during each session.
Require all state gasoline taxes
to be used for stt-c,-dit'oad.and avia-
tion purposes. At present one-
seventh of. tl(e tax goes to the gen-
eral fund and schools.
Permit retired supreme court Jus-
tices and circuit judges to be called
Continued on page 8)

NORTHWEST COAST B. T. U:
DISTRICT 1 TO MEET HERE
All churches in group oie of the
Northwest Coast Baptist Training
Union Association will meet Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 in the First
Baptist Church, with Miss. Alma
Baggett, group director, in charge
of the program.
Churches in group one are Ap-
alachicola, Wewahitchkd, Port St.
Joe., Overstreet and Kenney's Mill.

Injured In Accident
Mrs. Robert Baxley received a
possible foot fracture and her hus-
band was bruised considerably in
an accident at the bank corner on


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Bennie Massey, 22, Killed By
Broward Todd At Ken-
ney's Mill

Bennie Massey, 22, is dead and
Broward Todd, 40, the 'father of
eight children, is' being held in the
county jail at Wewahitchka on
a murder charge as the result of
an altercation Saturday night at
the Todd home, at Kenney's Mill
to which there apparently were no
witnesses. Both men were em-
ployed- at the lumber mill.
Massey's body was found lying
in the road, in front of the Todd
home, when Chief of Police Buck
Griffin wia.s called to the scene.
His head had almost been severed
from his body and he apparently
1had died within a few seconds af-
ter being slashed with a knife.
The two men had been seen to-
gether during the afternoon, and
according to witnesses both were
dirinkinig. -Sheriff B. E. Parker, who
iwas called in on the case, states
that Mrs. Todd told him that one
of her sons told her that he heard
Todd and Massey in a loud argu-
ment in the yard and that s-he left
her home. to go to a neighbor's
house. From that point on no one
knows: exactly what occurred.
The body was taken to the Com-
forter Puieri T Horife and. services
were held 'Wednesday afternoon at
5 o'clock at the graveside in Jehtu
cemetery, Wewahitchka, conducted
by Rev. W. B. Holland of the Ken-
ney Mill Baptist Church, with the.
Comforter Funeral Home directing.
Massey is survived by a twin
brother, George. also employed at
Kenney's Mill; his mother, Mrs.
Nellie M. Gray of Bithlo, Fla.; \six
half brothers. C. S'., J. B., Cortez,
Richard, Raym.ond; and Odell Gray,
and four half-sisters, Inez, Maisie,
Florence and Daisy Gray, all of
whom live in Bithlo.

Three New Tanks For

St. Joe Oil Terminal

Work was, started last week by
the George G. Tapper Company on
erection of three more large tanks
-for the Gulf Oil Corporation at the
local oil terminal. They consist of








0AC~ tWO THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1947


Spend Week-end In Mobile
' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hunt and
granddaughters, Barbara Bond and
Mrs. 'Dorothy Fry and son, spent
last week-end in Mobile, guests of
Mr. andi Mrs. Pat Maguire.

Guests From Montgomery
Mrs. Jack Little and son Jackie
of Montgomery are guests this week
of her mother, Mrs. Anna Balk-
com, and sister, Mrs. D. M. Hill.


THINGS ARE TOO HIGH


EVERYWHERE! YES!

So we are lowering the prices on all merchandise
possible. Below are a few of the things that are
reduced and will be of interest to you

GOODYEAR PRICES
REGULAR 4-PLY AUTO CASINGS
6.00-16 at $14.40 plus tax
6.50-16 at $17.45 plus tax
7.00-16 at $19.80 plus tax
5.50-17 ....----at $14.20 plus tax
REGULAR 6-PLY AUTO CASINGS
6.00-16 at $18.70 plus tax
6.50-16 at $22.70 plus tax
6.50-17 ..--at $21.70 plus tax
7.50-17 at $39.35 plus tax

$10.95 METAL BASE LAMPS $7.95
$32.50 LAWN MOWERS -. $30.00
$1,07 Quarts KEM-TONE PAINT 98c



ST. JOE SUPPLY COMPANY,Inc.
H. COX, Manager
112 REID AVENUE PHONE 321
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FLORIDA


Returns Home After Visit
Mrs. Charles Hill has returned
to her home in West Point, Ga., af-
ter a month's visit here with her
son-in law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Shuford.

Visiting In Georgia
'Mrs. Ed Guest and children have
been visiting for several weeks
past in Colquitt, Ga., with her
grandmother.


Star Want Ads Bring Quick Results At Small Cost.


Nearly 700 Legislative
Acts Are Now Effective

The last official echo of the 1947
Florida legislature died away Mon-
day when nearly 700' of the acts it
left behind when it adjourned be-
came law without Governor Cald-
well's signature.
The governor had, 10 days in
which to veto or sign those which
were on his, desk when the legisla-
ture adjourned or came. to him
from the clerk's office, later.
Most of the 700 new laws applied
to purely local affairs of the coun-
ties and cities, including several
pertaining to Port St. Joe and We-
wahitchka, but among them were
general laws which:
Provide, a state-wid-e closed sea-
son on mullet fishing.
Make participation in a retire-
ment system compulsory or state
and county employees-
License and regulate dealers in
liquified gas. .,
Provide for co-operative' milk in-
spection by the state board of
healthh and department of agricul-
ture.
Set up a $4,500 pension for re-
tiring University, of Florida Presi-
jent John J. Tigert.
Increase the state, board of
health from three to five members.
License private airports'.
License and' regulate dealers in
secondhand automobiles.
Re-en-act the seventh cent of tax
)n a gallon of gasoline.
Declare the cigarette tax to be a
S'evy on consumers, not. dealers.
RAgulate insect and pest eradi-
cating firms.
Authorize the improvement com-
-nission to borrow money for tht
construction of county armories.
Regulate installation of eleva-
tors in buildings.

Palmers Have Visitors
Mr. andidMrs. L. R. Nichols and
soln Larry, recently of Chicago,-are
visiting Mrs. Nichols' parents, Mr.
ind Mrs. C. M. Palmer. After a
visit here they will return to Tampa
where they will reside in future.

Have Visitor From Graceville
Mr. and, Mrs. C. W. Enfinger
have as their guest Mrs. Grover
Payne. Mrs. Enfinger and Mrs.
Payne visited Tuesday in Wewa-
hitcha with J. M. Oliver and en-
joyed a fishing trip on the lakes.
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Have Visitors Tuesday
Mrs. Margie Brackin of Bonifay
and Mrs. Lily Martif of Panama
City visited here Tuesday with Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Arnett.

Visit Sister Over Week-end
The Misses Virgie and Sadie Ar-
nett spent the' week-end *in Arcadia
visitrig with their sister, Miss Mar-
guerite Arnett.

Visiting Brother and Family
Harry Lee Smith is visiting this
week in Telogia with his brother
and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Smith.

Alabama Week-enders
Mr. and Mrse. Bill Mulllns of
ElBba, Ala., visited last week-end
with Mr. and' Mrs. Joe, Brooks.

Vacationing In Alabama,
Mrs. Joe Brooks left Tuesday for
several weeks' vacation in Elba,
Ala., visiting relatives and -friends.

Spend Week-end in Chipley
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Thames spent
the, week-end in Chipley visiting
relatives and friends.

Spend Week-end In Blountstown
Mr..-John Gaskin and baby spent
,t:h, week-end in' Blountstown with
relatives and friends.
On Business Trip To Panama
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon and daugh-
tr, Miss Virginia, made a business
trip Tuesday to Panama City.
Advertising Soesn't cost-It PAYS!


B. W. EELLS, Owner
PORT ST. JOE


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up work and save money with the Universal 'Jeep'.
You have heard'plenty about what the 'Jeep' has
,done for others; now see what it will do for you!
Just name the work you want done, and we will
show you how the 'Jeep' does it-right on your farm,
,or in your business. Call now and ask for a free
demonstration.





FO.R FREE DEMONSTRATION


M. G. Lewis & Sons Garage
Phone 6 Port St. Joe, Fla.


Apalachicola Roofing


Sand Repair Company

ANNOUNCE THEY ARE NOW READY TO

Re-Shingle Your Old Roof

Right over your old wood shingles with ASPHALT
SHINGLES made by Johns-Manville, Barrett and
Bird Roofing Co. Colors in Green, Green
Blend and Red. These shingles are designed to
nail through your old wood shingles into the lath.

Fireproof YOUR Roof!
Beautify Your Home Town!



For FREE Estimate Phone 60 or 160, Apalachicola
or Write Box 467, Apalachicola




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FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1947


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


PAG6 TWO








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Batting Averages of
Port St. Joe
Floyd, Hunt brings us th2
ing batting averages of thE
up to and including last S
game:
Player- AB R
L. Belin -------- 52 15
T. Mitchell ------59 14
J. McCSall -------49 14
M. Lloyd --- -----7 1
F. Hannon------ 61 19
L. Thomason -- 20 4
T. Hinote ------- 3 0
D. Weeks ----.----. 0
W. Herring -i--- 53 17
L. Walters ------ 43 '5
L. Sale --------- 12 1
B. Burke ------- 21 4
H. Cox -----..----- 46 7
J. Adams ------- 14 1
D. Hinote ------- 26 2
A. Dnady ------- 11 3,
W. Roblbins ----- 5 0
D. Linton ------- 1 1


Team Averages -517 10,8 171 .331
PITCHING RECORDS
Pitcher- W L Pct.
Adams 4 0 1.000
Lloyd -------1 0 1.00.0
Robbins 1 0 1.000
Thomason 6 1 .857
T. Hinote ------------0 0 .000

No Hope Seen
(Continued From Page One)
say the legislature did' not provide
the revenue necessary to meet the
additional expense 'from the state
treasury."
With -a statement that "other
appropriations, with no greater
merit were permitted' to become
law upon 'the expectation that the
legislature would provide sufficient
funds to meet 4ts, obligation's," the
governor allowed to ,become law
without his signature measures ap-
propriating $275,000 for extra for-
est conservation work, $100,000 for
development of Hugh Taylor Birch
Park in 'Broward. county, $45,000
-for a biological survey, and $10,000
for maintenance of Constitution
Monument Park in Port St. Joe.
Cald:l1 d1l said it; Was "extremely
unlikely" money wou be available
to carry out provisions of the for-
est conservation aot, and' there
was "no likelihood" of funds being',
on hand during the next two years
to meet requirements of the other
three measures.
Operated On For Hernia
Terrence Hinote, 6-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hinote, is
resting comfortably at the munici-
pal hospital after undergoing an
operation for hernia last week.
Terrence desires to express his
thanks to those, who remembered
shim with cards 'and flowers.
Spend Sunday In Pensacola
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chestnut, Mr.
and, Mrs,. J. R. Chestnut and. Bill
Chestnut spent Sunday in Pensa-
cola, guests of their son and bro-
ther, J. C. Chestnut and family.
In ancient Rome, moldy bread
was used to hasten the healing of
wounds.
** *S*** *** ***
We Have Just Received a
SFine Line of
SMALL LEATHER :
ITEMS
SBillfolds, Change Purses,
0 Men's Belts, Sam Browne
Belts, Wrist Watch Straps, *
Dog Harnesses, Key-Kits
and Key Rings, Suitcase 4
f Handles, Truck Drivers'
0 Billfolds, Skate Straps.
SWe Also Stock a Full Line ot
f All Types of Shoe Polishes
f f

* THE LEADER SHOE I
* SHOP
* We Doctor 'Shoes, Heel Them,
Attend Their Dyeing and *
Save Their Soles


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o $1.00
A Super-duper Value!

Take Your Choice!
GORGEOUS CHENILLE

SPREADS

$8.95
VALUES TO $16.50!
Full size glorious col-
ors a goodby price!

Hard To 'Believe, But True!
DOTTED SWISS RUFFLED

CURTAINS
$2.95

Full length, generous size,
Have sold at twice the price!

Here's Quality At the Right
Price!
FAMOUS PEQUOT

SHEETS
81x99 $2.69
72x99. $2.49
63x99 ------------ $2.39
Be Sure Buy Pequots!

A Walkout Value!
20x40 SOFT, ABSORBENT

TERRY TOWELS

for $1.00
Sounds like o0d times, doesn't
it? You're safe to supply your
needs,

Cool As A Summer Breeze!

CURTAIN SCRIM

33cYard
Yes, and 46 inches wide. White
with colored dots. Just an-
other Special Purchase.


SUPER WHITE SALE VALUE!!
Where else but at Boyles!
36-INCH UNBLEACHED


MUSLIN

5 yds. for $1.00
A mill purchase made this possible! Splendid for
Sheets, curtains or hundreds of other uses. Get
here quick!




The Tattler


Published Weekly By
BOYLES
DEPARTMENT STORE
Port St. Joe, Florida


Featuring
"Tips From Across Our
Counter To Wise
Shoppers"


Vol. 1 Friday, June 20, 1947 No. 47

DEAR SHOPPERS: to be able to oifer.
We believe you had' rather We'll close with a choice& bit
listen to VALUES popping this eof news we just opened
week, therefore we will make the box 'and there they were!
this column short and, snappy! M1OJUD NYLONS .
It's been a long time, since types and, colors for every wo-
you've seen a WRHITE SALE man .. kpown the nation
it's been a long time over tried and true.
since you've seen VALUES like Ye's', Boyles Department Store
these it -might be a long continues to bring you top lines
time before you see them again! of merchandise We're'
Read about every item on this keeping our promise to you. We
page every one is shall continue to set the pace
money saving story! Space does for value-giving in Port St. Joe
not permit us to tell you the with merchandise of quality and
whole story, so come in and. seue merit. Come and see!
for yourself we've just Yours with a swell vacation,
returned 'from the market and behind us and. plenty of
many new items. are here value-giving fun ahead of
merchandise of, proven quality us,
S. values that we are proud R. GLENN BOYLES.


Here's A Lot For A Buck!
ONE TABLE LADIES AND
CHILDREN'S

SHOES

$1.00P"'
Broken sizes in straps, pumps
and sandals at a goodby price!


I m m
II i I


See these and you'll know why we are crowing
so loud!
ONE RACK WOMEN'S AND MISSES


DRESSES and PLAYSUITS

$3.00 each

2 for $5.00
Values up to $14.75, good styles good
quality .come and get 'em while they last!
BK ... BS... ...


This One Takes the Cake!
Men's WHITE SANFORIZED

SHORTS

.65c
.Piciked this one up while on
vacation! Full cut, elastic
sides, guaranteed to fit and
WEAR! Sizes up to 42
No limit!


Try and Beat This One!
WHITE POPLIN CLINIC

UNIFORMS

$3.45
Sanforized made right
| they fit right. Size 12
to 46.

Men, this sale is for you, too!
Famous "NOFADE" White

Dress SHIRTS

$2.95
Known for quality the nation
over. Sizes 14 to 17. No limit!

Men's White Hemstitched

Handkerchiefs

for $1.00
Just compare this value and
you'll agree we've got plenty
to blow about!

Out They Go!
ONE TABLE BOYS'

SPORT SHIRTS

r $1.00
for 1m ,
Chambrays, poplins and short
sleeve knits formerly priced
up to $1.95. Sizes to 16.

Now! Maybe No More!
ONE TABLE BOYS'.

SUMMER PANTS

$1.00
Right down his alley for hot
weather sanforized and
washable! Sizes to 16.

LARGE 'SIZE PRACTICAL

DISH CLOTHS
15c Each
Buy 'em by the dozens!


See these and you'll know why we're in the shoe
business!
197 PAIRS SUMMER


SHOES

$1.95 and $2.95
Most of these are $5 and $6 shoes most of
them have just arrived no, we're not giving
'em away we're making money on them and
you'll make money, too. Just another lucky pur-
chase.!
ii "H"" HiE'E" -


BOYLES SAYS IT WITH VALUES AGAIN !


BOYLES Department Store


Saints
e follow-'
e Saints
Sunday's
H Pet.
26 .500
27 .458
22 .449
3 .428
23 .377
7 .350


FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1947


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STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 9:00 A. M.

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THE STAR
Published Every Friday at 306 Williams Avenue,
Port St. Joe, Fla., by The Star Publishing Co.
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
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adver-
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant 'attention; the printed word
Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts;
the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word-
is lost; the printed word remains.

Our Country -7. Right or Wrong

THE STRENGTH OF A COUNTRY e
The basic strength of this country lies in its
philosophy of life and government-not in its
natural resources and its industries and its
wealth. These -last, vital as they are, are but
the consequence of the first. They are the na-
tural development of a system which places
maximum freedom for the individual above
all other considerations.
Other nations have great resources--greater
in some particulars than our own. Russia is a
case in pdint. But other nations have not be :n
able, despite grandiose "five-year plans" and,
similar schemes, to put them to full use for
the benefit of the people. Super-government,
which robs the individual of his freedom, like-
wise robs him of his ingenuity and his ambi-
tion. The individual is simply the tool of the
state. .He is denied much, and often most, of
the fruits of his labors. Results are gained by
-mass action. -by driving and terrorizing the
people. 'But the individual, save for the man
in the saddle, never benefits.
This country grew great under the consti-
tutional idea of a government of limited
-powers-a government which maintained tlh'
army and navy, the courts and other essential
.services. and acted as an arbiter in the eco-
-nomic affairs of the country but never as a
-competitor or participant. This is the kind, and
-the only kind, of government under which the
Tights and freedoms of the people can be pre-
served, and it must not be undermined here.

Keep smiling-and buy U S Savings Bonds.


KEEP THE SECRET!
A loud chorus of "realists" urges America
to "keep the secret." Keep the atomic bomb
an American monopoly!
Oh, if we only could! There is obviously no
sense in disclosing gratuitously the American
production secrets. All misrepresentations to
the contrary, no reputable American scientist,
and no organization of atomic scientists have
ever advocated such a "gesture."
Why should we do an3) thing to accelerate
the Soviet advance towards atomic arma-
ments ? But tn fortunately, we cannot delay it.
['hose who live the best knowledge oL out
nuclear techllology, and the best appreciation
of Russian science and engineering, gicve from
three tu fifteen years as the time the Soviet
Union 1ill need to acquire its own atomic
bombs. Even the longest suggested term is
much too short to give us any comfort.
Those who preach that we have onty to
tighten the secrecy around our atomic labora-
tories and plants to make us safe are the
worst deceivers of the Atmerican people and
traitors to American security.-From the Bul-
letin of the Atomic Scientists.

PLOWING
Good husbandmen go forth to plow with
faith in their hearts. Since that epochal day
of long ago when man learned he could stir
the soil, put in seed, and in due time harvest
the grains, plowing has been an act of faith.
When spring's miracle has come to earth andi
the higher-climbing sun has dried the soil
enough, the soil is .made ready for the seeds.
Plowing is work, yes, but many a country-
man feels a kinship with the forces of-life as
he goes back and forth, back and forth, across
the field.
The brown, moist slices of soil curl from the
glistening share and lie like rows of sy.iine't--
rically placed brown ribbons. The sun's warm
rays dry the tops of the slices in a few min-
utes and small bits of dried earth fill from
the crests to the hollows below. Robins and
crows come to the field and walk along the
furrow, hunting for food. From the brushy
edges of the field pheasants fling their' hoarse
greetings to the spring day, and partr, Ige
drum rolls echo from the pasture swamps.
-New York Times.

You' all know the old lady who every time
she reads a new almanac finds a few more
ills she didn't have before.


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, V' isit In Panama City.,
Mrs. Carl Stevens and children
and Mrs. W. I. Carden spent sev-
eral days last week visiting in Pan-
ama City, with friends and rela-
tives, returning home Saturday.

William Gilbert, Queen Eliza-
beth's physician, coined the word


electric.


Have Visitors From Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Griffin and
son of Athens, Ga., spent several
days here last week as the guests
of Mrs.. C. C. Taunton and Mr. and
Mrs. Bud Gaskin.

Canada is the world's third larg-
est nation in area, but only its 34th


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lightning-fast reflexes, and dodged guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Owens.
S'urriedly. --
STARDUST and ---------- Will Leave On Vacation Trip
Spending Week Here Mr. and Mrs. N. L. McColluin and
IOONSHINE Howard S. Bredow of DeLand and son expect to leave, tomorrow for
__ Gorge S. Owens of Jacksonville a two weeks' vacation trip to 'be
-are spending this week here as spent in Georgia and Tennessee.
If .there had been a fire in Ap-
-alachicola Sunday afternoon the
chancess are the whole town woult0 1
have gone up in smoke., or as far /
as we could judge the entire citi- R gW
zenry of the Oyster City was at the C
St. Joe (ball park in anticipation of ubrcaton
their team, augmented by players L i -
:from Mississippi State University, 4
'knocking th-e .pants off the league- ,
leading Saints but they ten up will save
saw their hopes go by the board as a e
the Saints, led, by Belin with four For utmost motoring pleas-
homers, nicked their two pitchers* ure antd money-saving car
for 23 hits and a total of 12 run's. performance, drive in now 4
And Ye Ed's back is black for a complete car lubrica- *
and blue as. a result of Leonard's ode-Pyn. emoeubterbica he
- homers, tfor every time- he casu.1lly specialists do the job, you
pasted the ball over the left field S know that it's done right.
fence Mrs.. Murray Lloyd, sitting in 40
back of us, pounded us with both and let's give 0
fists ,in her enthusiasm. And 4 the UNDERBODY ---
Editor Fitzgerald of the Aapalchi- going-over!
cola Times remarked to us as w.e a Weo oug goin or -
met him at the exit gate: "Next We'll examine spring
time -we come up here, Smitty, shackles, U-bolts, shock
absorbers, body and fender
we're going to have a rule -that over D bolts, and all the other parts
the otnce is out." And, too, that might need tightening ""L .- L
you should have seen Peter Mahon or replacement. Attention .
from Apalach move in a hurry from 0 now can prevent repairs later.
where he was sitting on the ground
ien McGOWIN MOTOR COMPANYback of home plate when a
passed ball smacked into a grand- *
stand upright right where his head Dodge and Plymouth Phone 129
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FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1947,


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FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1947


Legislature's Expense
Hits Highest Mark

The 1947 legislature cost Florida
taxpayers more money than anyI
other regular session in history.
Figures from the office of the
state comptroller show $416,254 al-
ready has been spent, and vouchers
are on hand for an additional
$49,800. Bills for other expenses,
such as printing the final day's
journal oil both the house and athe
senate, special acts and bound vol-
umes of -general acts and legisla-


tive journals are expected to add
about $40,000 more.
The legislature first passed a hill
appropriating $400,000 fo r ex-
penses. A s-pecial act later was
passed appropriating $47,880 to
give eaeh legislator $6 a day extra
for expense-s. Even in the closing
days of the session, an additional
$75.000 appropriation was voted to
cover increased expenses.
Governor Caldwell allowed the
last appropriation to become law
Monday without his approval and
estimated tho. total legislative ex-
penses would exceed $500,000.
The 1945 session, including the
53-day extra session, cost $421,000.
The regular 60-day session of 1943
cost $278,606.
Besides voting themselves an ad-
ditional $6 a day for expenses, the
legislators 'also gave attaches in-
creases ranging ,from $2 to $4 a
day. Costs of printing and supplies
also were greater this session than
before.
A proposed! constitutional amend-
ment increasing the salaryy of the
legislators from $6 to $10 a day,
authorizing- 'subsistence and four
round trips a 'session between-their
homes and the capital will be sub-
mitted, to the voters in the 1948
general election.

Visiting Here From Wildwood
Mrs. L. M. Driggers and children
of Wild'wood are visiting here for
several weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Love and- Mrs. Lula, Beard.
Mrs. Driggers is the former Miss
Maggie Lee Beard.


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


Sunday Ball Game

(Continued from Page 1)
chalked up. Herring was out on a
long fly to left, Cox walked and
Thomason went to first on a liner
through short. (At this point me
Mississippi hurler was yanked anti
Bobble Howell took the mound, for
Apalachicola.) Burke hit to short
and Thomason was caught at sec-
ond; Hannon hit a single to drive
in Cox, Burke going to third on the
play at the, plate and Hannon to
second. Mitchell lobbed a Texas


i.leaguer to center field and the two
jackralbbits. Burke I and Hannon.,
crossed home plate. Then Belin hit
his third homer, bringing in Mitcll
ahead ol' him. Walters and McCall
took thlir usual singles through
short and Herring, coming up for
the second time in the inning, flied
,out to left field to retire the stae.
The final counter was made in
the seventh when. Bs.lin took his
,fourth circuit clout to make the
.score 12- 2.
The box score follows:
Apalachicola ----- 100 100 000- 2
Port St. Joe ---- 400 250 10x-12
Hits off: 1utherfordi (4A innings)
15; Howell (482 innings) 8; Tlhom-
ason 9. Strilkeouts, by: Rutherford,

A LOCAL LADY SPIT
UP ACID LIQUIDS FOR
HOURS AFTER EATING
For hours after every meal, a lo-
.cal lady used to spit up a, strong,
acidulous. liquid mixed with pieces
of half-dige.sted, food. She says it
was awful. At times she would
nearly 'strangle. She had stomach
bloat, daily headaches and con-
stant irregular 'bowel action. To-
day, this lady eats. her meals and
enjoys then. And. she says the
change is due to 'taking INNER-
AID. .Her food agre-es with her. No
gas. bloat or spitting up after eat-
ing. She is also free of headaches
now, and bowls are regular, thanks
to this Remarkable NeMwCompound.
INNER-AID contains 12 Great
Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear
gas from the stomach, act on slug-
gish liver an l kidneyss. Miserable
people soon. feel,.,-difere'nt all
over. So don't go on suffering!
Get INNER-AID. Sold by all drug
stores. adv. 7


,3; Howell, 0; Thomason, 6. Walks
by: Rutherford, 2; Thomason, 2;
Howell, 0: Hit by: Thomason, 2.
Results of Sunday's Games
Port St. Joe, 12; Apalachicola, 2.
Panama City, 15; Navy, 4. Tyndall
Field, 11; Wewahitchka, 3.
Games Next Week
Sunday, June 22-Navy at Port
St., Joe (double-headier); Wewa-
hitchka at Panama City (double-
h'eader; Army at Apalachicola. All
doutble-headers begin at 2:30 p. m.,
each game *being seven innings.
Wednesday, June 25 Port St.
Joe at Navy; Panama City at We-
wahitchka; Apalachicola at Army
(double-header).
Sunday, June 29-Port St. Joe at
Panama City; Wewahitchka at Ap-
.ilachicola; Navy, at Army (double-
header).
---5-------
Gras,oshoppers in the United
States destroyed 'crops valued at
$100,000,000 during the ten years!
preceding 1946, it is estimated.


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Now Located at Highland View


N O T I C E
Notice is h',reby given that the following described lands, or so much
'thereof as, will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
opposite the same, together with cost of such sale and advertising, will
Ibe, -sold at public auction on the first day of July A.D. 1947, at
the court house door in Wewahitchka, Gulf County, Floridia.


Description
Sec.
3 acres in NW cor. of
SW%',. of NW% 1/4.-- 5

W1/2 of NW% -------- 2

E/2 of NE4 .---. 3
Lots 17, 18, Bik. F,
College Park Sub.__25
Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, ,B1k.
7, Ida Griffin S'ub._25
Lots 22, 23, 24, BlK'. 7,
Ida Gr:ffin Sub... -25
Lot 10, Camp Palms __21
Lot 15, Blk. C, High-
land View Sub. ..26
Lots 7, 8, Blk. C, Bay-
view Heights Sub.--26
Lot 10, 'Blk. E, Bay-
view Heights __26
S-/2 of Lot 4, B1k. B,
St. Joe Heights --- 2
Lot 20, Blk. B, St. Joe
Height----------s 2
Lot 22, Blk. B, St. Joe-
Heights ------- 2
Lot 24, Blk. B, St. Joe
HIeights ----------- 2
Lot 26, Blk. B, St. Joe
Heights ---------- 2
Lots 1, 3, Blk. 11, Port
.St. Joe 1
Lot 1, Blk. 15, Port St.-
Joe ---------------- 1
Lots 5 and 7, Blk. 65,
Port St. Joe ------- 1
Lot 3, Blk. 1004, Port
St. Joe ------------ 1
Lot 2, Blk. 1007, Mill-
view Addition ----.36
Lot 11, Blk. 1008, Mill-
view Addition --- 36
Lot 15, Blk. 1008, Mill-
view Addition ---36
Lot 13, Blk. 1008, Mill-
view Addition .-__36
Lot 4, Bik. 1010, Mill-
view Addition -----36
Lot 15, Blk. 1010, Mill-
view Addition ----- 36
Lot 6, Blk. 1011, Mill-
view Addition ----36


Twp. R. W Acres

4 9 3 J:
J4 0
4 10 80
Jl
4 10 80

4 10 A

4 10 J.
4 10 J.
9 10 E

7 11 M

7 11 B

7 11 Cl
8 11 J.

8 11 PC

8 11 G

8 11ii F.

8 11 JE

8 11 J

8 11 Je

8 11 J(

8 11 JO

7 11 Je

7 11 GC

7 11 E1

7 11 Do

7 11 Ja

7 11 Fe

7 11 01


Owner


Taxes and
Cost


ack Hixon --------$ .90
esisie Varnadore
Estate ----10.60
e-sisie Varnadore
Estate ---- 10.60

Ima Fant ----- 5.50

L. Griffin ------- 1.60

L. Griffin ------- 1.40
dith Coombs ------22.30

. I. Harper ------- 6.70

. Yon Estate -- 3.05

Iharlie Marlow ------1.85

B. Godwin --------7.90

ete McElvey ------ 1.85

eorge Davis ------. 1.85

. J. Williams -- 1.85

iames Smith' ------ .1.85

essie Varnadore Est. 22.35

essie Varnadore Est. 6.70

osephine Howard 7.90
oseph 'A. Watson 3.52

eisse Lewis ------- 4.25

eorge Jackson ---- 4.25

idmund, N. Harvey-- 4.25

avid Johnson ----- 4.25

.mes W. Brown _-- 4.25
elix Williams --- 4.25

tis Nix.on ___ 4.25


5-30 6-27 EDD. C. PRIDGEON,
Tax Collector, Gulf County, Fla.


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Social Activities

Personals Clubs Churches

MYRTICE'O. SMITH, Editor PHONE 51


James T. McNeill and Miss Betty Jo Lane Exchange
Vows In Candlelight Ceremony Saturday Evening,


James Thomas. McNeill Jr., 'son
Olf Mrs. James T. McNeill and the
(ate Mr. McNeill, and Misis Betty
Jo Lane,,daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John D. Lane exchanged, vows
Saturday evening, June 14, at 8
o'clock in the First Baptist Church
of this city,, with ,Chaplain H. C.
Go'ber of Tyndalil Field officiating.
The double ring ceremony was-
performed by candlelightt at an
arch centering the altar against a
background formed by a trellis en-
twined with 'bamboo flanked by. tall
standards- of white gladiolus.


Neill, mother of the bridegroom,
wore a grey sheer with a hand-
painted flower, hat of -black straw
and pink roses. Her corsage was oZ
white carnations. The bride's
grandmother, Mrs. M. S. Grace of
Detroit, Mich., was, attired in a blue'
lace and wore a corsage of white
carnations.
Imnnediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held, at the
home of the ibride's parents. The
home was beautified 'with baskets
of red and white gladiolus and
greenery. The bride's table, over-


Miss Carolyn Baggett, organist, la d with a lace clo d Was entred
played a medley ,f nuptial music, with a three-tiered wedding cake
including "Always," "My Hero." "I topped with a miniature bride and
Love You Truly" and "Clare de groom and balanced with burning
Lune." Miss Patricia Laney, solo- can-diles, a bouquet of white gladl-
ist, sang "All the Things You Are" olus and the punch bowl .Cutting
and. "Because." "Intermezzo was the bride's cake *was Mrs. Benjamin
played between solos and "Liebbe.r- Dickens. Presiding at thepunch
straum" was played softly during bowl was Mrs. M. C. Sanders of
the ceremony. The traditional wed- Tallahassee,, and assisting in serv-
ing were Miss June Rohnmer of
ding marches were used as the pro- Mon e A. Mis Vi nia
cessional and recessional. Montgomery, Ala., Mis Virginia
,ie i Pridgeon and Miss Mary Johnson.
iven in marriage by her father, Miss ErlineMclellan -kept the
the bride had as her maid, of honor bride's book.
Misis Joanne Swanson of Pierson, some time with
la. Bridesmaids were Ms After spending sme time with
,Fla. Brideslmaids were Miss Jim- their g'iests, the bride and groom
mie Palt~er ot this city and Mrs. left by car for a wedding trip to
Ernie Moore of Anuburn, Ala. New Orleans. The bride wore for
The maid of honor was gowned traveling a pink and black print
in pink lace with a drop shoulder with black accessories. Her cor-
yoke. She carried a bouquet of sage was. of white orchids. The.
pink carnations' andi wore a crown young couple will make their home
of matching, flowers in her hair. at Indian Pass .near this city.
Miss Palmer wore- a pale green ns.t The bride is a graduate of Liv-
-over place, green taffeta, and Mrs. ing.ston high school, Livingston.
More 'vw'as- dressed' in- peach net. Ala. The groom is a graduate of
They carried French bouquets of the Port St. Joe high school and
mixed ,-flowers. expects to graduate from the Uni-
The bridge chose a gown of white' ve.rsity .of Florida, Gainesville, next
lace 'ior her wedding. The basque spring.
bodice featured a high neckline Out-of-town weddiing guests in-
with long sleeves ending in a point cluded Mr. and' Mrs. M. P. Led'bet-
over the. hands.. 'The full skirt ,ter, Mobile, Ala.; Mr. and, Mrs. A.
e.n.died with a semi-train. Her finger- D. Waterman and Mr. arid Mrs.
tip veil of bridal illusion was at- Hu.gh Cranstan, York, Ala.; Mr.
tached to a coronet of orange blos- and Mrs. Raymond Lee, Silas, Ala.;
sonms. S'he carried a cascade bou- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Walker and
quet oif white carnations centered son Billy, Mr,. and, Mrs. N. R.
with a white orchid. Pounds and Mr. and Mrs. N. R.
Hurram M. Barfield of' Hahira, Pounds Jr., Palatka; Mrs. H. C.
Ga., nephew of the groom, served Brown, Bucatunna, Miss.; Mrs. H.
as best man, and ushers were Joe M. Barfield- and Katie Bess Bar-
L; Sharit Jr., and Robert E. Bel- field, Hahira, Ga.; Mr. and' Mrs.
lowse Jr. Joe Atkins, Brountbstown; Mr. and
The bridle's mother, Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Ed Stein and daughter Bun-
wore a street-lenigth brown and ne-ll, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Lina
white two-piece sheer with a cor- Murphy and Mrs. Sue Hingley of
sage of pink carnations. Mrs. Mc- Apalachicola.


APALACHICOLA, WEDDING
IS OF INTEREST HERE
The' marriage .of Miss Ruby Ellen
Wallace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Rhett Wallace of Apalachi-
cola, 'former residents of Port St.
Joe, and John Phiazee Heard, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Heard
of Forsyth, Ga., was solemnized on
Sunday afternoon, June 8 in the
First Baptist Church of Apalachi-
cola, with the Rev. Harry V. Smith
of Forsyth officiating at the double
ring ceremony.
Mrs. Heard is a graduate of the
Port St. Joe high .school and Bessie
Tift College of Forsyth. She is an
accomplished musician and for the
past year has been a member of
the faculty of the Carrabelle high
school.

KEN-NEY'S MILL BAPTIST
W. B. Holland, Pastor
10-:00 a. m.-S-unday school.
11:00 a. m.-Preaching service.
6:45 p. m.-B. T. U.
8:00 p. m.-Preaching service.
Prayermeeting Tuesday night at
8 o'clock. W. M. U. meets Wednes-
days' at 3 p. m.


METHODIST CHURCH
Loyd W. Tubb, Pastor
Sunday Services
'9:45 a. m.-Church school.
11:00 a. m.-Morning worship.
7:00 p. m.-Youth Fellowship.
8:09 p. m.-Evening worship.
Choir practice every Wednesday
at 7:30 p. m.
Bayview Worship each Sunday
morning at 10:00 o'clock. Church
school following worship service.
W, st P. I
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Thomas D. Byrne, Pastor
Sunday services will be held as
follows:
7:30 a. m.-Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m.-Sunday school.
11:00 a. m.-Holy Communion.

ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH
Highland View
W. G. Mizelle,'Pastor
10:30 a. m.-Sunday school.
11:30 a. m.-Morning worship.
7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic service.
Prayermeeting Wednesday eve-
nings at 7:45. Radio program over
WDLP, Panama City, 7:30 te 8 a.
m. EST Thursday mornings.
We extend a cordial invitation
to all to attend these services.


Comm., arrest. tickets -:$ 29.00
MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSION J.R. Hunter, clerk, record-
ing conviotions -.--------- 40.50
E. Clay Lewis, Jr., salary
Wewahitchka, Fla. of' $800.00, and from the item "Free and' convictions --------295.00
'June 10, 1947 Labor" the sum of $1000.00, and J. E. Pridgieon, cost bills
The Board of Coiunty 'Commi- from the item "Tools ando Machin- for May '47 ------36.8i
sioners met this day in regular sea- ery" the sum of $1500.00 to the Gulf Drug Co., medicine for 80
sion with the following members item "Right-of-Way" in, said road Byri E. Parker sheriff
present: W. R. )Connell, chairman; and bridge budget, cost hills for May '47 -1035.5
W. C. Roche, vice-chairman; J. S. Therefore, Be It Resolved, That cost l nd Br ge Fund
Dani.els, J. C. Martin and Basil E.; the Comptroller of the .State o( R. Hunt d clerk record
Kenney, Jr. Clerk, sheriff and Florida -be earnestly requested to Hunter, clerk, rcord-
coun-ty attorney were also in at-iaillow the above transfers immedi- wyg .R. D No 386c -o $129 17
tend-ance. ately. waey S.. R. 'D. No. 3-86 $129.17
The meeting came to order at 10 Ge It Further Resolved, That the SandBrod Il Coo, ca/c 66.47
a. ,m. and the following proceed- above transfers become effective Standard, Oil Co., a/114.47
ings wie,re had-: only upon the approval of the Co., a/c. .ae 109.6acto
Minutes. of stated meeting in comptroller. Dorsey's Garage, a/c .-- .. 34.00
May read and approved. Done in open session of the board MeGowin ServiceSta., a/c 19.63.
Shelton- C. ,Pippin ol Wewahitch- this the 10th day of June., A. D St. Joe Lbr. & Exp.Co., a./c 16.13
ka filed his application for admis- 1947. Sherman Concrete Pipe Co.
s.ion to the tubercular sanatorium W. R. CONNELL, a/c onc e 264.00
at Marianna, Florida, a.nduthe same Chairman of the Boar. RayBrooks/c Mach.o., a/c 8211
was approved. JIM S. DANI'ELS, St. Joe Motor Co., a/.c ------ 7.10.
STlie matter of a county-wide pro- J. C. MARTIN, Gulf Hdw. & Supply Co., a/c .70
gram for spraying. TDDT was before W. C. ROCHE, McGowin Motor Co., a/c -_ 15.50
the. board adnd' unanimously ap- A BA'SIL E. KENNEY, Jr. St. Joe Sign Shop, a/c --- 39.10
proved'if funds can be made avail- Attest: .Commissioners. Byrd E. Parker, sheriff
able for this purpose. It being made J. R. HUNTER, 'Clerk. (SEAL)" guard around jail -------155.00
known that it would require ap- Whereupn the following bills B. F. Lanier, road work 82.50,
proximately $1700.00 o r $1.00 per ve presented, examined, approv- Glenn Daniels 82.00
home, the following resolution was ed and ordered paid from the se-v- Willie Lester 138.00
drawAln and adopted' :--- 180
RESOLUTIONd era county fund's, 'towit: J. A. Ba'rrington 120.00
Whereas., In preparing the bud' General Fund Alva F. Kemp 98.50
get for the present fiscal ,year for Pridgeon's Supply Store a/c $ 4.20 Archie Kemp 92.00
Gulf county no appropriation was Mrs. Curtis Adams Grocery, A.J. Jenks, -sal. and expense 162.00
made ior the purpose of a general county indigents -------- 30.00 20% tax a/c, Jenks & Lanier 23.50
county-wide program for -spraying Kenney Mere. Co. --- 15.00 5% tax a/c, Jenks ..---- 9.2
with DDT for the control of dis- W. T. Strange ... 10.00 PF. McDaniel, sup. convicts 5.61
ease-~arrying insects; -and, Sally Ramsey -.._ 10.00 Pridgeon's- Sup. S-tore, a/.c .1.80
Whereas, it has beenh brought to C. W. Norton Jr. (2 mos.) 20.00 R. C. Daniels; bulldozing r/Jw
the attention of the Board of Coun- Connell Ice & Water, a/c -- 18.50 Rowell's. Landing -------... 200.00
ty Commissioners of Gulf county J. E. Prid-geon, insanity cases '15.00 Ed. Odom, wire Ifor cable at -
that, in order for the government Dr. L. H. Bartee -- 10.00 ferry 8.50
to make a county-wide canvass and Harold Powell ---- 4.00 Ed Odom, salary (iferryaman)' 135.00
to .carry out this program it will Dr. A. L. Ward', insanity case 5.00 Agriculture and Livestock Fund
be necessary, for 'the county of Gulf Dr. J. R. Norton --- 5.00 C. R. Laird, salary -------$157.60
to expend the sum of approximately E. C. Pridgeon, tax collector, 20% Tax a/c, Laird---------17.40
$1700.00, or $1.00 per home, for payment on commissions 300.00 County Service Officers Fund
men to assist in, carrying out this St. Jos. Tel. & Tel. iCo., a/c 26.75 Wmn. H. Linton, salary and
work.; and, Smith & Brinson, burial of expenses $100.00
Whereas, There remains to these Nathaniel Williams ---- 50.00 Mothers Pension Fund
credit of the general revenue fund I Gulf Coast Ele.c. Coop., a/c 26.94 Mrs. Allie Porter, mothers
of the county budget under the Basil E. Kenney Jr., salary-- 50.00 pension $3.00
head "Repairs to Court House and, W. C. Roohe, sal.andimileage 55.20 Mrs. Minnie. Paul -- 3.00
.Ground's" a balanoe .-ol $3,56,7.66,' J. C. Martin --- 57.00 Mrs. Ruby Atkins -- '3.00
and whereas, this item is in excess J. S,. Daniels --- 54.00 Mrs. Ezella Lester -- 6.00
of- the requirements at this time W. R. Connell, salary ------50.00 Mri's. Rosa Stevens .... 3.00
and' can well spare the sum of Mrs. Edna Rish, salary 75.00 Mrs. Fr-ed G. Hall '" 3.00
$1700.00, Leona Taylor, supplement to Mr. Jessie Walsingham ... 3.00
There-fore, Be It IResolved, That salary -_ 25.00 Mrs.-Eliza William-s _-- 6.00
thbe, Comptroller of the -State of Wilma A. Revell, salary and Mrs. Corine Jenks ... 3.00
Florid'a be earnestly requested to expenses 125.00 Mrs. Carrie Bell Parrish ___- 6.00
allow the transfer from the item in E. Ol'ay Lewis Jr., retainer -- 50.00 Mrs. Shellie. Davis' -- 3.00
said general revenue budget "Re- J. E; Lanier, sal. & yardiman 125.00 Mrs. Annie Williamson -_- 3.00
pairs to Court House and Grounmds" Star Publishing Co., a/c -- 35.00 Mrs. Alma Lee Jones ... 6.00
to the "Health Unit" and allow the J, R. Hunter, clerk, salary Mrs. Minnie Patterson -- 3.00
expenditure therefrom for tht. and freight 'paid --------140.87 Race Track Fund
foregoing progdlam. 120% Tax a/c, Hunter ---- 9.80 General Fund, transfer -$2000.00
Be It Further Resolved, That the I Bishop Off. Equip. Co., a/c 7.62 Ag. & 'Live. .Fund -- 175.00
foregoing resolution become effec- H &'W B DrSew Co., a/c 76.14 Health Unit --- 281.16
tive, only upon, the approval of the L Commercial Off. Sup., a/c- 65.85 Road & Bridge Fund -- 435.00
Comptroller of the State of Florida. N..A. Bowles, 1 plunger ..- 8.95 Health Unit Fund
Passed in open session of the' Daffin Merc. Co., a/c ------.. 10.00 Floridla State. Board Health
Board of County Commissioners of State TB Sanatorium, county Bal. appropriation 1945-47 $600.00
Gulf County, Florida, at its regu- patients at Marianna --- 75.00 There being no further business
lar oneeting held on June 10, 1947. 1 Byrd' E. Parker, sheriff, cost to come before the board at this
The general aud-it report No. 29,62 ,bills ftor May '47 --------56.90 time, it did then adjourn until its
covering Gulf county was pre- Samuel A. Patrick, advance next regular meeting in July 1947,
scented in accordance with, Section on commission '47 roll 200.00 the same -be.ing 'the 8th day of said
125.09, Florida 'Statutes 1941, .and Gulf County Breeze, a/c -- 29.58 month, unless, called' in special
ordered- filed in the office of the w. C. Roohe, expenses to session by the chairman or -vice-
clerk of the circuit court as part| Tampa -_ 51.80 chairman.
of the public records of the county.; Fine and Forfeiture Fund Attest: s/ W. R. CONNELL,
Mr. George J. Wilson Jr., pre- Game & Fresh Water Fish J. R. Hunter, 'Clerk Chairman.
seated application for license to
sl-!l beer, and' the same was ap-
proved.
The Florida Bank at Port St. Joe' I*VE T R VALUES
and the Weiwahitchka State Bank
of Wewahitchka each filed, appli-
cations, for .county depository for
the county of Gulf for the period
beginning July 1, 1947, and ending
June 30, 1948. Water discusn, On June 28 and 30 THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED
there was a motion [by J. C. Mar- June 28a 30T STOREW BE
tin-, seconded by J. S. Daniel, that
the Wewahitchka 'State Bank be for the purpose of taking inventory. We shall re-
designated' as .county depository
for the county of Gulf for the pe- quest that our friends anticipate their wants as -
riod beginning July 1, 1947, and
ending put to a vote was unanimouslye- much as possible so that no one may
carried.,
The clerk of 'the 'board. was di- be inconvenienced.
rectedi to write to Gulf Hardware!
& Supply Co. in connection with In connection with our inventory taking we have a few
the roof on the court house.
The -clerk 'was, also directed to items that we hope we do not have to inventory. We
ad)verbildor foer thep ade gauge want to move them and in order to move them quick we
Caterpillar D. 6 tract resolu are willing to make a sacrifice. Among these items we
Whereupon the following resolu-
tion was drawn and' adopted: mention:
REISOLUTDIO'N
Whereas,s The Board of County Electrmite APARTMENT WASHERS
Commissioners- of Gulf. County, lectromite APARTMENT WASHERS
Florida, in .preparing the budget A regular $33.75 value. Now----
for the present fiscal year didi not
anticipate any expenditures in se CLOTHES HAMPERS-$2.25 value. Now-- $1.69
No. 386; and,
Whereas', The board finds, that it TRAVEL IRONS-$6.50 value. Now ----------- $4.95
will now require approximately- the
sum of $3,80000 for the purchase KITCHEN STOOLS 5.95 value. Now----$4.75
of c,.rtain pron.e-rty and expenses'Sv Now
incur-red in securing ,-proper in-stru-
ment's of' easement, quit-claims, HEATERI-ATOR FIREPLACES $2 8 75
etc.: and,
Whereas, There remains to the.- A reguar $38.00 Vale. NOW--- .
credit in 'the budget for the. road
a'nd bridge fund under the items
"Gas and Oils," "Cost of Material,"
"Free Lasbor" nd "Toolsand GULF HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO. '
is, needed at this time and can well
snare from th-e item "Gas and' Oils" PHONE 2 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
the sum of $500.00, and from the
item "Cost of Materials" the sum


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FRIDAY, JUNE.20, 1947'


PAGE SIX








FIAJ Nfl 20, 7 T94 STR OTS. O.GL OUT.FOIA AESV


BAPTIST CIRCLE MEETS
AT WAYSIDE PARK
e Sa s a Circle T'lwo of the Baptist W. M.
Social A activities I U. met at Wayside Park on the
beach Moiday afterupon for its
$ regular meeting.
Personals Clubs Churees I rs. E. C. Cason gave the devo-
MYRTICE O. SMITH, Editor PHONE 51 tional from Mark 6:30-34. Mrs. W.
.J. Daughtry led, in prayer, follow-
ing which a study of the year book
LADIES NIGHT PROGRAM BETTY WATTS HOSTESS TO was conducLed by Mrs. Cason and
ENJOYED BY KIWANIANS 1 BUSINESS WOMEN'S CIRCLE the regular Business transacted. A
The Kiwanis Club entertained; The Business Women's Circle orf otion was made at this time that
Kiwanian wives and. some twenty the Ba'ptist W. M. U. met Monday the circle send, Luther Carden to
guests Wednesday evening with a evening at the home of Miss Betty the R. A. camp to be held in Marl-
dinner and program at Deckard's Sue Watts. The meeting was anna next month.
Beach Club, Beacon -Hill. opened with the singing of "Love The meeting was closed, with
The. program featured a colorful Divine,'" followed by prayer. prayer by Mrs. L. E. Voss, after
performance by the Three Arts After the devotional by Miss which refreshments of, sandwiches,
Playhouse of Panama City. Mr. and Watts, an interesting program on cake andi iced drinks were en-
Mrs. Hugh Baird', their instructor, the achievements of the American joyedl by the six members and one
Miss Norma Jean Cornett, and negro was presented by Mrs. W. visitor, Mrs. Madeline Whitaker.,
seven of their students, provided L. Smith, Miss Doris Patterson and tR a I
the entertainment. The .girls ,x- Miss Alma Ba'ggett. MILES McDANIEL
hfbited unusual talent, presenting During the social hour, the hos- Eugene "Smiley" Miles, son of
a ballet in the Chinese manner. Mr. tess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Mr. and' Mrs. Carlos Miles, and
and Mrs. Baird rendered readings T. M. Watts, an d' Miss Marion Miss Georgia Mae McDaniel, daugh-
and dialogue and concluded' the Watts, served a delicious plate ter of Mrs. Fred Coe, were -mar-
program with a tango and rhumba.; consisting of sandwiches, potato ri.d Weduesiday of last week at
Mrs. J. T. Simpson unknowingly chips, cakes and coba-colas to Mrs. Thomasville,, Ga. Mr. Miles, who
contributed' a part of the program. W. L. Smith, Mrs. Stanford Beck- recently returned from five. years'
SHe was presented a gift on a ham, Miss Doris Patterson, Miss service in the merchant marine, is
small table. which had been.' pre- Alma Baggett and three visitors, the owner of Smiley's Taxi Serv-
pared for the occasion. To her sr- Mrs. Rochelle -Jackson. and the ice. The young couple are at home
prise the git turned out to be Mr.Misses Charlotte and Mary Lynn to their friends at the Miles Cot-
Simpson's head' protruding through Stephens of Atlanta, Ga. tages in Highland View.
the, top of the table, with the false- R K
bottom box placed over it. MRS. ENFINGER HOSTESS BRIDGE PARTY HONORS
Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Les
Kiwanof s Lieutenant Governoaker Lea TO BAPTIST CIRCLE ONE VISITOR FROM CAROLINA
Aliford, of Chipley was speaker of
the evening, giving an outline of Circle One, of the Baptist W. M. Mrs. Verni Smith entertained
the ainmv and ideals of Kiwanis. U. met Monday afternoon with Mrs. with three tables of bridge Thurs-
'The program closed with a battle C. W. Eniinger at her home at day evening of last' week at her
of the. sexes in. song, with the men Kenney's Mill with Mrs. C. M. home on Mo.iument Avenue, hon-
finally getting the best of it-if Palmer, chairman, presiding. oring Mrs. Willard Meyers of Char-
you can imagine that. An interesting devotional was lotte, N. C., who is visiting her par-
given by Mrs. W. I. Carden, and ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Belin.
REBEKAH CIRCLE MEETS after a short program on '"Bible Prizes went to Mrs. Meyers, Mrs.
WITH MRS. DON BIRATH Revereince and Truth" the regular
The Rebekah Circle of the Bap- business was transacted. At this
tist W. M. S. held its June meeting time it was voted to send another
Monday with Mrs. Don B'irath as box of food to Japan.
hostess and Mrs. W. M. Chafin At the conclusion of the meeting
presiding in the absencee of the the hostess served jello, cake and
circle chairman, iced drinks to seven members and N
The devotional with scripture three..visitors.
was given by Mrs. Otis Pyle, fol- t ot
lowed with prayer by Mrs. Charles Attend Wedding
Crawford. The various committee Mr. and; Mrs. J. D. Lane have as
chairmen gave their reports, after their guests Mrs. Lane's mother, I
which Mrs. Chafin taught the sec- Mrs. M. S. 'Grace of Detroit, Mich., Ldke sunset splendors o'er
ond. chapter of the book, "A Guide and Mr. Lane's sister, Mrs. H. C. the sea,
t3 Community, Missions." Brown olf Bucatunna, Miss. They Like sea birds sunlit as they
The meeting was closed with came to attend the McNevill-Lane roam."
prayer by Mrs. Ernest Skinner, aft- wedding.
ter which the hostess, assisted by I A service t at is impressively
her mother, Mrs. W. H. Howell, Mrs. S. B. Shuford and son are
served' a delicious salad course visiting for two weeks in West beautiful-sympathetic under-
with potato chips, cookies and iced Point, Ga., and Charleston, S. C. standing--attention to every
tea 'to the nine members present. detail.

ARTHUR COSBY HONORED DR. C. L REICHERTER Let us serve when the
ON NINTH BIRTHDAY need arises
Mrs. Clyd's. Duncan honored her OPTOMETRIST
grandson, Arthur Cosby, last Fri-
dasy at her home with a party cele- EYES EXAMINED -GLASSES FITTED
ratingg his ninth birthday. After
a number of games were enjoyed Comforter Funeral Home
and, pictures taken,. the hostess Ritz Theatre Buildirig Hours: 8 to 5 '218 SEVENTH STREET
served the young guests pink lem- First Floor Phone 560
onadie, sandwiches and' birthday PANAMA CITY FLA. PHONE 326 Day or Night
cake. PANAMA CITY FLA.24-Hour Ambulance Service
Enjoying this affair with Arthur
'-er.- nert, An- A Lann -uue JloT-


were RobDert, Ann and, Eddie Mont- --
gomery, Harry Smith, Robert Ned- '- .. .-- -
ley, Louise Daughtry, Frankie *Le- E VERYBOD Y
Hardy, Freddie. Owens, Billy Me- IRST BAPT
Keithen, Charles Bolyer and Jimmy FIRST' ,A L1
Lindsay.
Carolyn Daughtry assisted Mrs. A
Duncan in serving and' entertaining. ,_ ,.. -S


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Gordon Thomas and Mrs. Elizabeth
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Enjoying this affair with the. hou-
oree were Mrs. Byron Eel.ls Jr.,
Mrs. Tomn Mosley, Mrs. Elizabeth
O'Day, Mrs. Murray Lloyd, Mrs.
Gordon Thomas, Mrs. Naomi La-
nier, Miss Margaret Belin, Mis's
Erline McClellan, Miss Emeline Be-
lin and Miss Sara Kelly.


The hostes served congealed'
chicken salad, ritz crackers, olives,.
stuffed dates, cookies and tea..

Visits Daughter Over Week-e'nd-.
Mrs. A. S. Chason has returned.
from Atlanta, Ga., where she' spent.
the week-end with her daughter,
Miss Juanita, who is a studen-
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Also ---
NEWS and CARTOON

SATURDAY, JUNE 21
DOUBLE FEATURE
PROGRAM
- FEATURE NO. 1'-

ALLAN LANE
.'as the qiew
RED RYDER
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i KANE
RICHMOND
REED

Also -
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"Son of the Guardsman"


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NEWS and VARIETY


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25"
HIT, NO. 1 -

PRESTON FOSTER
in -


"KIiNG OF


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SUNDAY, JUNE 22 THURSDAY and FRIDAY
/, June 26 and 27


"HOLDING FORTH THE WORD OF LIFE"

SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 1947

9:45-Bible School for all.
10:55-Morning Worship.


6:55-Baptist Training Union.
8:00-Evening Worship.


-Also -
Selected Short Subjects


NEWS and CARTOON'


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Abstracts of Title Loans on Real Estate (Continued from Page 1)
as, Walters was on third. Herring Inside and Out CALL 200-W
Registered Real Estate Broker hit a liner directly to the siaort- InSie and Out ALL 200-W
stop and, that gentleman, bewil- OR SEE E, D. SHIREY FREE ESTIMATES
REID AVENUE PORT ST. JOE, FLA. diered with Walters headed for the,
home plate, McCall for third and
11r nt 1 Herring for first, simply held the
WILKS JEWELRY COMPANY ball. Dallas Weeks, batting for TERMITES e ROACHES
Co x, who had been slightly injured 5 YEAR GUARANTEE 1 YEAR GUARANTEE
Diamonds and Jewelry in the previous' inning, fliedi out to NO POISON, MESS OR STAINING
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k*rors, but the fourth man up hit to
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The Saints, were in position to
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,ash. For details see S. L. Bark&, Frigidaire electric refrigeratorm See
W. C. Pridgeon or "Vic" Anderson. A. W. Murphy, Oak Grove. 7-4* VOTERS TO DECIDE WE HAVE ALL THE LATEST
JF YOU WANT MONEY TO FOR SALE-31/2 h. p. Evinrude mo- ---- HITS! ALBUMS, TOO
BUILD SEE US! tor and 14-foot cypress boat, both (Continued From Page One) ST. JOE FURNITURE AND
in good condition; $75 for the two. back to temporary active duty 'on COMPANY
Remember, we have helped, to se- See L. R. Holliday. 6-20* ack to y act d on APPLIANCECOMPANY
,cure loans for construction of 9 -- ,- the bench with their consent.
out of 10 houses built in Port St. FOR RENT Perfhit counties to .pledge state
o sne 1938 ROOM FOR RENT-See GeneHol- foundation school funds for repay- E A. PL U
We have. the fo.ollowing houses ley. Phone 161 6-20 meant o.f school construction and', lu GENERAL PLUMBING
for -sale at prices well within the .P U
limit- ofthe late Real Estate Ad- CONCRETE MIXER for rent, $5.00 improvement bonds. SE SEWER CLEANING and REPAIR
-vance: per day. Spillers and Nichols, Set up a new state senatoral dis-
Would you e interested' in a beach 83 or 304. 1* triedt composed of Monroe county G.W. BR DNAX
Would you beienterested in a beach1alone in South Florida and a ne'w
lot just a few hundred feet off of BABY CHICKSPhone 88 Brooks Sporting Goods
-the highway where breezes are just district composed of Calhpun and P.
as good, as highway frontage and GOOD QUALITY HEAVY BREEDS Washington to match it in North-
you save about three-fourths of the -200 for $11.00. WORTHWHILE west Florida.
costBaltimore 1, Md. 6-20* Consolidate the governments of COMPLETE SERVICE
jNice 6-room brick home oin Long the city of Miami and Dade county WE HANDLE ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE
Avenue. FH.A or FHA-GI combina- APARTMENTS. FOR RENT into a renamed county of Miami. FIRE LIFE CASUALTY BONDS
tion loan can be. had on this home. NFOR APARTMENTS See Th Provid.e fo e t, isead Of
__ FOR APARTMENTS See The Provide tor ele tion, instead of We recommend fire insurance because its easy to start a fire
-House on beach just completed; Shirey Apartments. 8-3 appointment, of the judge of thee because ts easy to start a f
esired'. ably priced. Extralots if LOST AND FOUND Escambia county court of record ey-c BUC K ALEXANDER
,er' -_ -",for a term of six years.es
.Mexico Beach lots moving fast but FOUND--.Ciampion outboard mo Provide, under varying methods,
-still some very desirable lotss, left. tor. Owner may, have same. by consolidation of ity and county
:,toodterms cn be had n thesi. contacting Sheriff B, E. Parker for cosolidation .of city and county Let Us Design You a Letterhead
and producing ownership papers ta\x functions in Pinellas, Volusia, 'Let UsDesi You a L
Nice 3-bedroom house on Eighth with serial number. 7-4 Broward and St. Lucie counties. To Fit Your Business
Street; equipped, with electric wa-
,ter heater, circulating oil heater LODGE NOTICES Each county plan calls for a sep-
rand built-in desk. MASONIC TEMPLE F & A M- ara.te constitutional amendment. TH E ST A R
.Remember-Abstracts of Title are Port St. Joe Lodge 111. Regular Phone 51 Port St. Joe Fla.
furnished with every sale. 0, meetings 2nd and 4th Fri- Return To City
G,, \:' days each month, 8:00 p. m. Mfs. C. Thursday and daughter
,CARTER Registered Real .I Members urged to attend; shopped, Monday in Panama
Estate Broker visiting brothers welcome. D. L. Doris shopped Monday in Panama Have Mother As Week-end Guest Guests Fnom Georgia
317 REID AVENUE Owens, W. M.; G. C. Adkins, Sec. City. They were accompanied home
Port St. Joe, Florida by M.rs. Wilma Thursbay and chil- Dan and Joe Brooks and their IMr. and Mrs. Ed Castleberry and
SAMARITAN LODGE NO.very Wedn40, 1esday den, who ,are now residing on families had' as their guest over baby of Fitzgerald, Ga., are guests
FOR SALE-One 50xa00-foot lot OnR, 0. F-Meets-every Wednesday Sxteenth Street. nthe week-end their mother, Mrs. D. this week of Mr. and Mrs. J. La-
highway in Highland View; ideal night at 8 .o'clock in Masonic hall. Sxteenth Street. r kn f tEob Ala M e r d Mrs. J. La
for business. See Eugene Wil- All members urged to attend and ----- J. Brooks of lba, Ala. mar Miller.
liams. 6-20* visiting brethren invited. B. A. Return From Visit In Tampa
Pridgeon, N. G.; W. H. Sansom, and Mrs. J. L. McQaig and
FOR SALE-5-room house, in OaR Secretary.. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McQuaig and
Grove on 11/2 lots, new electric Rev. andi Mrs. J. R. Wilkins, have
water pump; $1500. See Mrs. Ella Advertlslnb doesn't cost--It PAYSI returned from a two weeks' visit
Norris, Oak Grove. 6-27c LEGAL ADVERTISING in Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Every ads carries a message- Gilmore.
a message that will sae money. The Board of County C oommis-
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE signers of Gulf County will meet Spend Week-end Here
on July 7th, 1947, to hear com- Mr., and Mrs. L. B. Duke of BaiS.
Dwellings plaints as to values of real and bridge, Ga., spent the week-end
Have just had t nice twoubedroomn perSnal property as made by the here with their son and wife, Mr.
house on Hunters Circle listed. County Tax Assessor.'
This house is in excellent condi- W. R. CONNELL, and Miy-s. Edward Duke.
tion- and, is situated on a large lot. 6-20 Chairman Gulf County ---.------
Three-bedroom dwelling 'on 16th 7-4 Board off Cormmissioners. Return To Jax After Visit Here
Street; equity for $1700 and you
assume mortgage. N T I C E Mr. and Ms'. Douglas Nall have THURSDAY NIGHT, JUNE 26
aNotice is heer eby give n that the returned to their home in Jack'son- Music By
Six-room house in Oak Grove, with Board of County Commissioners of ville alter spending a week here Music By
running water. Will sell for $1500. Gulf County, Florida, will receive
Sealed bids at the office of the visiting relatives. George Padgett and His Florida Swingbillies
Furnished Garage Apartment Clerk of the Circuit Court until ~-G es
Has just been completed; coin- 10:00 A. M. July.'8th, 1947, -fo- the Visiting Sister and Family STEAKS SEAFOODS SANDWICHES
-pletely furnished and is in excel- purchase of the following ma- Mis. Clyde Smith of Montgom-
lent condition. This would be ideal chinery: ALL KINDS OF DRINKS
for a. small family. One (1) Bulldozer for wide ery, Ala., is the guest of her sister
gauge CaterpiUlar R. D. 6 Tractor, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton W
Beach Lot The Board reserves the right to Chafin.
50x90 feet; waterfront -lot in Yon's reject any and all bid-s.
at its regular meeting held June Have Guests From Mobile (2/. Miles from Port St. Joe on Beacon Hill Highway)
FRANK HANNON 10th, 1947. Mr .and Mrs. W. O. Nichols have W. I. GARDNER, Owner
Registered Rea Brok e irut ut, as their guests this week Pat and
Office: St. Joe Motor CO. Phone 37 6-13 20 Gulf County, Florida. Ray Cox of Mobile, Ala.


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THi STAR, PORT ST. JOE. wCJLF COUNTY, ,FLORIDA.


FRIDAY, JUN-E 20, 1947