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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: July 25, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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HELP
KEEP THE SAINTS
ON TOP!
Attend Every Game!


THE


STAR


The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center


OFFICIAL
NEWSPAPER
OF
GULF COUNTY


VOLUME X PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947 NUMBER 43


Bids Will Be Asked Scl

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Structure Would Be 6100 Feet Long
With 18-Fo-ot Roadway
Across Top

The Mobile office of the U. S.
Engineers announces that an ad-
vance notice has been sent to pros-
pective bidders stating that an in-
vitation for bids would be issued
;on orjbout August 13 for the initia-
tion of construction on the Jim,
Woodruff Dam at Chattahoochee
on the Apalachicola River.
The work on which contractors
'will be asked to bid will consist of
an earth embankment which will
constitute a main part of the com-
pleted dam. The embankment will,
require about 95,000 cubic yards of
excavation and about 240,000 cubic
yards of rolled fill and will be pro-
tected by grouted riprap 18 inches
thick. Other items of work will in-
clude curtain grouting, concrete
slope paving and an 18-foot con-
crete roadway on top of the em-
bankment.
Jim Woodruff Dam, which has
long been under consideration by
the engineer corps, was authorized
by congress in the river and harbor
(Continued on Page 2)


New Tug For Port Will
Give Fire Protection

Have 'you 'been down to the 'wa-
terfronlt and taken a gander ait the
new tug just completed by the Ar-
nold B. Walker yard at Pascagoula,
Miss., at a cost of $70,000 for Capt.
T. N. Frudaker and Capt. 0. T.
Melvin? It's really a beauty, an.d
Capts. Frudaker and Melvin are as
proud of it as a couple of kids.-witli
sticks of striped peppermint candy
a yard' long.
They have christened their baby
"Admiral" and proudly sailed her
into our port Sunday afternoon.
She is a 70-foot, all steel boat with
an 18 foot beam and is powered
with a 400 h. p. Atlas diesel motor
of the latest type. All auxiliary
equipment, including modern fire-
fighting apparatus, -is also diesel-
izetd throughout. It is equipped with
a radio phone and-_ provides spa-
cious quarters, for the crew.
The two captains point "out that
the Admiral, which will be stationed
here permanently with a 24-hour
watch aboard, will give the local
docks badly-needed fire protection,
especially in case of an oil fire.
The Admiral* is tied' up in the
canal at present, and it is the plan
of the owners to hold, open. house
shortly :for the public and also to
take a number of their friends on
.a fishing trip to the snapper ,banks.

Re-enlsts In Regular Army
S/ISgt. William 'L. Kennedy, em-
ployed at the 'St. Joe Motor Com-
pany, has re-enlisted in the regular
army at Tyndall Field. Sgt. Ken-
nedy wears the Bronze S'tar, the
Purple Heart, a unit citation and
the good conduct ribbon.

Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Miller and Mr.
and, Mrs,. D. C. Miller returned Sat-
uIrday from a three weeks' vacation
'trip to Charleston, W. Va., where
they attended, a Miller family re-
union.

Visiting In Alabama
Mrs. Harold Powell and son are
visiting relatives in Slocomb, Ala.,
this week.


hool To Open Series For League AirRiflesBecoming

September First Championship To Menace, Says Soule

miners Will Report August 27 Open August 13th Mayor Requests Parents To Warn
id Regular Students Regis- Children About Shooting Out
ter On August 28 First and Third and Second andi Street Lights, Windows
Fourth Place Teams Paired
ing all the joy out of life for For First Go-Round Mayor Horace Soule stated yes-
nch of kids -who have been ----terday that a number of complaints
ing vacation days with nary a At a meeting of team managers have come to the city commission
in the world'. Proif. W. A. Big- and officers of the Gulf Coast regarding depredations committed
announces that the Port St. League held here Monday evening, by young boys armed with beebee
schools will open for the fall plans were worked out for the guns or air rifles.
on Monday, ,Septemliber 1. Shaughnessy playoff for the league "While we know that practically
states that beginners will be championship. I every boy gets a big kick out of
I to report on Wednesday, Au- Under the rules, first and third shooting an air rifle, there is no
28, and that the school buses place and, second and fourth place need 6f him destroying property,
un on that day to pick up the teams are paired for the playoff, and that is what a lot of them are
ren. In order to be eligible to with the first round opening Au- doing," said the mayor. '-'The city
school a child, must be five gust 13 on the home diamonds of commission has received a number
and nine months old on or the clubs finishing the regular sea- of complaints from home owners
e September 1, and proof of son in first and second position j of 'boys shooting at windows and
must .be submitted. Teams finishing third, and fourth street lights, and several have re-
dents already attending school will be hosts on August 17, and if i ported 'boys tearing through their
asked to report Thursday, Au-.a third, game is necessary, man- yards and gardens shooting at


gust 28 for registration.
The faculty will be made up this
year as follows: W. A. Biggart,
principal; Freddie Mae Bell, Fena
McPhaul, Harriet Sin.gletary, Min-
nie Hotwell, Juanita Gu'nn, Rachel
Gunn, Harriet Singletary, Mildred
Wisdom, Helen Rollins, Mrs. Joe
Brooks, Eva Haire, Margaret Gas-
kin, Anne George, Willie Mae Da-
vis, Els-ie Blounit, Margaret Smith,
.Eula Pridgeon, Vonnye Heath, Er-
line McOlellan, Sibyl Mitchell, M.
Yent Revell, Catherine Nix and
Marion Craig, coach.
Mr. Craig, the new coach, comes
to Port St. Joe from Greenville. S.
C. He is a graduate of Clemson
College and played quarterback on
the Clemson 'football team under
Coach Frank Howard. While in the:
army he did physical education
work and played on a crack army
football-squad. Since his discharge
from the service he has played pro.
'essional football and basketball.
Prof. Biggart is appealing to res-
idents of the city who .may have
rooms available for a number of
the women teachers to phone him
at the earliest opportunity. It is
preferable that meals be provided,
but not necessary.


Glenn Boyles' Private
Paper Completes Year

With this issue Glenn Boyles'
Tattler, a "paper within a paper,"
completes its first year of publica-
tion and next week will begin its
second year.
Glenn can be quite proud of .this
achievement, ifor such a type of ad-
vertising takes continuous thought
and effort. At times we thought
Glenn might miss out, but he al
way's .came up with his copy. We
were ready to ,go to bat for him
while he was on his vacation, but
his copy came by mail just before
the deadline to keep his record
unblemished.

Hurlbuts In West
We didn't even know Mr. and
Mrs. M. K. Hurlbut had left town
until Monday, when we received a
beautiful picture folder from them
depicting the wonders of Yellow-
s'tone National Park. Apparently
they are taking quite a jaunt.

Visiting Uncle and Aunt
Miss Muriel Jane Reed of Millen,
Ga., is visiting here for several
weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Drake.

Spending Week In Blountstown
Mrs. E. B. Dendy is spending


agers will toss for the location.
Winners must take two out of three
games.
The final playoff 'between the
winners of the first round will be-
gin August 24 at the stadium of
the team with the highest, win
record for the season.'The winner
must take three of the five games.
Games 'will alternate ,between the
two teams, with a coin being tossed
for the location of the 'fifth game
if necessary.
Dates, set for the final playontt
are August 24, 27 and 31, Septem-
ber 1 (Labor Day) and Septem-
ber 3.
All proceeds of. the first series
go into the league treasury, and af-
t-er league expenses and 10 per cent
are deducted, the 'balance is di-
videdl equally between the four
team.s. The second series is divided
60-40 after the league's 10 per cent
is deducted.
Umpires for the entire series
will be secured from Tyndall Field.


Father of Local Men
Is Called By Death

Daniel Joradn Brooks, 63, died
last Sunday night at a Montgom-
ery, Ala., hospital after a short
illness.
Mr. Brook's was a lifelong resi-
lent of Coffee county, Alabama,
and was ifor many years engaged
in the drug business as well as


birds. -
"I would like the parents of these
boys to have a heart-to-heart talk
with their offspring and point out
to them that they are doing wrong
in order that this, condition may be
corrected. If this is not done, the
only other alternative is to have
the police confiscate the air rifles
of those boys identified with the
depredations and bill the parents
for the damage," concluded Soule.


Three Local Boys Assigned
To Experimental Battalion

Among the 165 teen-agers as-
signed as members of the First
Training Company for the second
cycle off the universaT military
training experimental training unit
at Ft. Knox, Ky., are three from
Port St. Joe. They will be joined
by other 17, 18 and 19-year-old reg-
ular army recruits representing a
cross-section of the nation's youth
for six months training in the Army
Gronid Forces UMT experimental
'I battalion.
In all. some 664 men will undergo
training in the second cycle, as' the
purpose of this unit becomes 'not
only to demonstrate how universal
military training would operate
should congress' enact the neces1
sary legislation, but to. test further
many on-duty and off-duty innova-
tions initially tried in cycle one.
Changes necessitated by discover-


other interests inr Elba. ies in the first experimental phase
He leaves to mourn hi's passing will also be applied in this second


his wife, Mrs. Estelle Jeter Brooks
of Elba, and, three sons, Dan J., Jr.,
and Joe P. of Port St. Joe, and
Lewis Brooks o'f Elba, Ala.
Funeral services and Interment
were at Elba Tuesday morning.
. The Star joins with their many
friends in this city in extending
sympathy to Dan and Joe in their
hour of loss.

EDITOR FLOODED WITH
TOMATOES BY READERS
Knowing Ye Ed's yen for tasty
tomatoes, Ben Ferrell brought us
in a dozen or so of them Tuesday,
all of them being smooth and firm
and doing credit to Mr. 'Ben's abil-
ity as a gardener.
Last week we failed to mention
a like gift from- Carl Stevens, which
,we acknowledge now with thanks
-- 4' ----
Returns HomeAfter Visit Here
Mrs. Kate Harrell returned' to
Cottonudale Saturday after a visit
of several weeks here with her
daughter and family, Mr. and Mi s.
W. H. Howell. Miss Edwina Howell
accompanied her grandmother and


this week in Blountstown visiting 'will visit this week in Cottondale
her daughter, Mrs. 0. 0. Miller. ;with her aunt, Mrs. Wim. Shores.


cycle.
Visitors to the unit during cycle
one praised the success of the re-
ligious and educational, programs.
considered by many to be the unit's
two greatest points. These pro-
grams will be continued during the
coming cycle, since the proposed
program marks a departure from
wartime training and places greater
emphasis, on raising the mora?,
physical and mental. fibre of the
young men participating.
The trainees from Pnort St TJoe


Port St. Joe Drops

2-Game Series To

Mississippi State


League-Leading Saints No Match
For Imported Bilbo
Lineup

Apalachicola, greatly improved
by the addition of eight hired play-
ers. from Misisissippi State College,
took the Port St. Joe Saints down
the line Sunday and Wednesday in
the two final games on the sched-
ule, between the two teams. Score
at the Oyster City Sunday was 7-1
and the return bout played here
Wednesday 9-4.
In Sunday's tilt, three of the
counters 'were due to three straight
errors, by Tommy Mitchell and two
were Walked in by,Hinote and Rob-
bins.
Apalachicola scored- their first
three runs in the fourth ',when
Mitchell 'fumbled two infield hits
and threw wild to first on a third
one, a runner coming home on the
,play. Terry Hinote walked the
fifth man to load the bases and
also walked the next batter to
walk in the second counter. The
third run came on a line drive to
Walters 'who 'tossed the ball to
Burke on second, but on the close
play the ump ruled in favor of Ap-
alachicola.
The Saints made their lone score
in the sixth when Belin came to
bat after Edcwards and Mitchell had
whiffed, and knocked out a long
fly that would' have been aI"'l'ote!"
in any park with a fence 'but netted
him only two bases. Weeks hit a-
screamer down the first base line
to bring Belin in ffrom second.
The Oystermen counted up an-
other in the last of the sixth when,
with two out, two men got on anff
the fifth man hit a two-bagger to
center to bring a man home front
second. Hinote walked number six
to load the bases, but came out of
the bole by striking out the next
batter.
It looked like scores for St. Joe
in the seventh as Johnson walked
(Continued on Page 2)


Revival Services Are To Be
Held At Overstreet Church

Announcement is made that a
revival service will open at 3:00
o'clock next Sunday afternoon at
the' Overstreet Baptist Church ana
continue through August 3.
The revval will be conducted by
the Rev. J. A. Nichols, and in ad-
di.tion to his messages there will 6e
old-fashioned singing and Iiusic.
Evening services during the week
will open at 7:30.
A cordial invitation to attend is
extended to all and especially for
the all-day sing on Sunday, August
3, which begins at 11 a. m.
-.--


who arrived from the reception EXHIBITION GAM=
center at Fort Jackson on July 6. An exhibition ball game will be
are James D. Shealy, son of Mr. played' at the local park Monday af-
and Mrs. D. H. Shealy, Jack 13. lernoon at 4 o'clock between the
Williams. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Port St. Joe Saints and, the Apa-
Williams, and William Gibson, sov lachicola team.
of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gibson.
'c-- Home On Furlough
Visiting Here For Several Wee'ks Billy Howell, MOMM 3/c, who is
Miss Janet Morgan of Jackson- stationed aboard the coasr guard
ville is the guest for several weeks cutter Swee.tgum at Miami, is home
of her aunts, Mrs. R. R. Kingry and on two weeks' furlough visiting his
-Miss Alyne Kitler. parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Howell.
4 --- 9'- -
Week-end Guest Attends Brooks Funeral
Mr. and Mrs. James Lindsay had Kenneth Creech attended the fu-
as their guest last week-end Mrs. neral of D. J. Brooks, held Tuesday/
J. J. Lindsay of Sumatra. in Elba, Ala.









PAEfOTESAPR T O.GL ONY LRD RDY UY2,14


Players Listed For BASEBALL

Gulf League Finals (Continued from Page 1)
Walters and Dendy, but Apalachi-
r Rgulati Players Must cola yanked their imported pitcher
de pglarticio dns Game at this point and sent Hendels, a
Have Participated In Game local boy, to the mound. Cox was
rior To July 16sa.fe on a sacrifice to load the bags,

With the last scheduled games in but Burke flied out to short and


the Gulf Coast Baseball League set
for August 6, plans are getting un-
derway for the playoff for the
championship, and in accordance
with league rules, managers of the
various teams were required to
submit rosters of eligible players
to Jake Belin, league secretary, on
or before July 16, for in order to
be eligible to participate in the
playoff under the Shaughness)
system, the players must have par-
ticipated in a Gulf Coast League
game prior to July 16.
'Below are the Apalachicola, We-
wahitchka, Panama City and Port
-St. Joe rosters as submitted to Sec-
retary Belin. Under the by-laws,
Tyndall and Navy do not have to
submit rosters:
Apalachicola Benifield, BWood-
-worth, Braswell, Cowart A. Gram-
mas, P. Grammas, Glass, Hendles,
Billy Howell, Bobby Howell, Floyd
Johnson, Bill Johnson, Sanderson,
Richards, Stanford.
Panama City-Blomoely,. Barton,
Byrd, Creel, Crump, Dix, Drake,
Harkin, Haney, Knowles, Lewis,
Morris, McClellan, Powell, McDon-
ald, Thomas, Shaw, Herman Smith,
..Horace Smith, Suggs.
Wewahitchika-A. Adams, Barnes,
Gaskin, E. Harden, Jenks, Linton,
Lewe, Knowles, Millergren, 0. Mc-
Daniel, R. McDaniel, T. McDaniel,
Palmer, Player, F. Smith, Stevens,
Strickland, Whitfield, J. Weeks,
'Williams.
"Port St. Joe-J. Adams, L. Belin,
B. Burke, H. Cox, A. Dendy. H.
Edwards, S. Edwards, F. Hannon,
W. Herring, D. Hinote, T. Hinote,
P. Howell, M. Lloyd, T. Mitchell, J.
- McCall, C. Robbins, L. Sale, L.
"Thomason, B. Walters, D. Weekss.
DON.....T..LE ...


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Hendels fanned Mitchell and Ed-


wards to quell the uprising.
Robbins took the mound' for St.
Joe in the last of the seventh and
Apalach made their last three runs
in this. frame. The first man was
walked, the second struck out and
the third man took a single thru
second. Robbins hit number four
to load the bases and then walked
the next man to walk in the man
on third. Number six struck out,
but two more runs came m as the
next batter hit to Burke, who threw
wide to first, two men coming in
on the play.

WEDNESDAY'S GAME
It looked like Port St. Joe's day
Wednesday at the local ball park
as the Saints took a four-run lead
in the first inning, with Bennie
Burke leading off with a homer
3ver the left field fence, 11annoi
coming in on a wild pitch by
Howell, Mitchell crossing the plate
when the third baseman muffed an
infield hit by Belin, and Belin com-
ing home on Walters' bingle, but
that ended the Saints' scoring for
-he'day as Howell was yanked and
Hendels took the mound for the
visitors.
Jimmy Adams started on the
mound for St. Joe and in the first
five innings the Mississippi lads
got to him for three runs on four
hits (one a homer by Richards),
a walk and three errors. T. Hinote
relieved, Adams in the sixth after
Mississippi had scored three runs,
two of them homers by A. Gammas
and Johnson, and he, too, gave. the
"visitors from Bilbo's state three
runs in t'h i s inning before he
settled down to business.
The game went on from there to
the end- with neither team scoring
and the final count was 9 to 4.

Results of 'Sunday's Games
Apalachicola, 7; Port St. Joe, 1.
Panama City, 17; Navy Base, 7.
WVewahitchka, 6; Tyndall, 2.
Games Next Week
Sunday, July 27-Port St. Joe at
Navy (double-header); Tynd:all at
Apalachicola; Panama City at We-
wahitchka.
Wednesday, July 30 Navy at
Port St. Joe; Apalachicola at Tyn-
.lall Field"; Wewahitchka at Pan-
ama City (double-header).
Friday, August 1-Make-up game
at Tyndall Fieldt, Port St. Joe vs.
Tyndall (army day).
Sunday, August 3-Port St. Joe
it Panama City; Navy at Tyndall;
Apalachicola at Wewahitchka.

JIM WOODRUFF DAM

(Continued From Page One)
act of July 24, 1946, along with
three other dams on the C'hattahoo-
thee River located near Columbia,
X.a., Fort Benning and. Bufordl, Ga.
In 1946 congress appropriated $1,.
010,000 for advance planning and
the initiation of construction on the
Jim Woodruff Dam. Since that
time, considerable progress has
been made in foundation explora-
tions and the development of plans
and specifications, and the con-
struction of the earth portion of the
dam will ibe the first step in the
ultimate construction project.
The entire dam, when completed,
will extend across the Apalachicola
River from high ground to high
ground for 6100 feet. The project
will consist of the earth embank-
mnent section approximately 3400
feet long, a concrete spillway sec-
I tion controlled, by vertical lift steel
gates, and a concrete free overflow
section approximately 1600 feet
,'ong.
Other main features of the project


include a modern lock 82 feet wide -'- '.'k


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of the improvement of the Apa-
lachicola, Chattahoochee and Flint
River system.


Father Dies
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brooks Jr., and
Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Brooks were


P


NOW AVAILABLE !


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and Cleaners


Reports have come to me from
various parts of .the state that. I
will .retire at the expiranon of my
present term. The rumors are ab-
solutely without foundation, as I
expect to be a candidate to suc-
ceed myself in the 1948 election
regardlesss c,' who else runs.
My health was never better in
'ny life. I have an unfinished pro-
tram in the ultimate development
)f Agriculture that cannot possibly
'Ie completed in the next eighteen
months. Therefore, I am asking my
thousandss of friends throughout the
,tate to pass the word on to their
neighbors that I am not ready to
Init the posit of Commissioner of
agriculture, a work that I have had
ny heart in for years, and I prom-
se to be just as active for a better
uture for Florida and Agriculture
:s I have tried to be in the past.
I have tried to do a good job, which
has been made possible by the co-
operation of all the fine people of
our wonderful state and I will con-
tinue to do so.
(adv.) NATHAN MAYO.



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AIN'T IT SO!

I The Saints may not (but usually do) win every game, 'but
your last dollar can be bet that they will give the opponent
a good game and will have the fairest umpires to be had.
Umpires don't win games, but they can make it awfully
easy to lose, as has been shown in recent games.



You Can Use Our BUDGET PLAN

On Most Everything In This Store!


We are featuring ELECTRIC IRONS next week. So if
the need be--come in and see-we got. Whoopee!

WE have a new stock of POP-UP TOASTERS and many
other small appliances that go good as presents or for
getting out of the dog house, etc.

You coupe owners should come in and see the new SEAT
COVERS for all models. Other car owners in need of Seat
Covers can and should come in and see our line and prices.


That Beautiful BENDIX RADIO with the $16.45
worth of FREE Records is still on display and for
sale. Don't miss this offer, for it is to your advantage
to shop and get the bargains.




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H. COX, Manager
112 REID AVENUE PHONE 321


and 450 feet long for the passage
of boats, and a powerhouse with a
generating capacity of 42,000 horse-
power.
The finished dam, which will
raise the water behind it a.pprox.-
imately 33 feet a14ove the present
low water level of the river, will
create a reservoir of 37,500 acres
whichh will extend up the Chatta-
hoochee River to Columbia, Ala.,
and up the Flint River to Baln-
bridge. Ga. Great potentialities will
be afforded for recreational de-
velopments along the edge of this
artificial lake.
The Jim Woodruff Dam, formerly
known as Junction lock and dam,
vas named after J. W. Woodruff
3f Columbus, Ga., who for many
years has been a strong advocate

Nathan Mayo Not To
Retire; Will Be Candidate
For Re-election In '48


-----------------


FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947


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


PAGEt WO


---------- called to Elba, Ala., Sunday due to
Saint Batting Averages the' illness and death of D. J.
Brooks, father otf the two local men.
Floyd Hunt, secretary of the St.
Joe ball club, gives us. the follow- There are 1,177 different kinds
ing batting averages for the Saints of trees in the United States.
through the game of July 20:
Player- AB R H Pct. II7
L. Belin---------93 32 48 .516 W aII t, a
T. Mitchell ------91 25 36 .396 GOES INTO A
J. McCall--------83 25 29 .349
W. Herring -- 86 29 30 .349 PRESCRIPTION?
F. Hafln6di --- 101 25 35 .346
D. Weeks--- 61 1 20 .328 e-,l-,. v--,t -tl,'
r. Hiinote -------19 1 6 .316 _2L-
S. Edwards --- 34 10 10 .294 4 -
B. Walters -------71 16 20 .2821 w .
H. Cox ----- 78 14 22 .282
B. Burke --------76 14 17 .223 ..-
M. Lloyd-- ...---- 14 2 3 .214 Z., .,
D. Hinote-------50 5 8 .160 .
A. Dendy.--------29 6 4 .138
J. Adams ..--------29 4 4 .138
C. Robbins -- -16 1 2 .125

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FRIDAY,~ JUL 25 197T E S A P R T O GU F C U T F O I AP G H E


Two Laws Are Enacted
To Curb Fly-By-Night
Automobile Dealers

Two bills sponsored by the Flor-
ida Automobile Dealers Association
td curb fly-by-night dealers who
have given the automobile trade a
bad name were enacted intoplaw by
the 1947 legislature, W. 0. Ander-
son, local Ford dealer, said yes-
terday.
One of the acts requires a dealer
,to have an established place of
business and to keep books show-
ing records of purchases, sales and
exchanges of motor vehicles.
The other act provides that every
*non-resident dealer and' every per-
son who brings a used motor ve-
hicle into the state for sale, except
on trade-in, must register it with
the motor vehicle department at
,least ten days prior to its sale.
"The real purpose behind this
act is to protect the public against
defective titles on motor vehicles
brought from outside the state into
Florida," Anderson said. "Many
-thousand's of dollars are lost an-
nually by the public through stolen
automobiles or vehicles with defec-
tive titles and with concealed
liens."
He added that he believed that
with the co-operation of legitimate
dealers, the motor vehicle depart-
ment and the.public, that "many or
the so-called dealers who are enter-
ing. the.. automobile business be-
cause of the unusual situation now
-existing and who do not intend, in
good faith to remain in the busi-
'ness will be prevented from obtain-
ing. licenses."
"'This legislation should also help
'protect the public against, present
inflationary prices which are not
'being caused by legitimate dealers,"
he concluded.

Last Call For Vets To
Reinstate Insurance
Without Medical Exam
According' to Bill Linton, county
service officer, all Gulf county vet-
erans who have dropped' their na-
tional service life insurance may
stui reinstate without a medical
examination if done so before Au-
gust. On and after this, date a meil-
cal examination is necessary.
'Linton has the necessary blanks
to -be' filled out, which are very
simple. After the blank is filled in
it is submitted to 'the county serv-
ice Officer accompanied .by two
monthly' premiums.
Bill points out, too, that all ap-
plications for terminal leave pay
must be in before Septemlber 1,
1947. "Many have not yet filed or-
this," said Bill, "some 'because of
the fact that they are not positive
-"about the number of days' leave
that they had while in the service.
i'This information may ibe ob-
tained by writing to the Adjutant
General's Office, Washington, D.C.,
requesting the total number of
days official leave curing the spe.
cific term of service involved and
stating for what purpose this in-
formation is desired'."
-.- -il--


Vacationing At Beacon Hill
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Upshaw of
(Birmingham, Ala., are vacationing
this week at the Costin cottages at
Beacon Hill. Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Pridgeon and daughter Virginia, are
*enjoying the week's, visit with
them.. Mr. Upshaw is Mrs. Prid-
geon's brother.

Sisters Visit Sisters
Mrs. Josie Adams ane Miss Lillie
Pearl Watkins of Blountstown and
Miss Mildred Watkins of Miami
'visited here last week with th-"r
sisters, Mrs. Dqnald Murphy and
Mrs. Walter Richardson.
Visitors From Pensacola.
Mr. arid Mrs. Elmore Williams.
and son Wayne of Pensacola spent
last Friday here as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Howell..


pp83as~~---~~_~


THREE MORE BIG DAYS, BOYLES 2nd Annual




JULY CLEARANCE!


JULY CLEARANCE FEATURE!
"SHIRLEY RAY"


SLIPS.

$2.99
They're $3.95 values. I, our f '
enthusiasm we bought a few
hundred too many! Expertly \7
tailored of lustrous satin and
washable crepe! White and
tearose, sizes 32 to 40. Inspect
them on Table No. 1 as you
come in. If you don't think
they're the best values, you've
seen anywhere don't I
buy them!

COMPANION FEATURE!
Printed Batiste

GOWNS
| .*
We$2.99 |

We had to beg for these in New R
York! They were made to sell for a
dollar more. They are beautiful
prints, fussy and cool. They are
long and they've got a wide sweeli.
They've probably got other things
we haven't seen, but that ought to
be enough if you want a gown!

WE HIT THE SPOT WITH THIS ONE!
There's Plenty More!

FAST COLOR PRINTS

39c yard
Everybody's talking about this beautiful clothn
that'Hl save you dollars on school dresses. Better
get here before it's gone. It won't be long!


JULY CLEARANCE FEATURE!
Fqr.the First Time In Years!
SUPERB QUALITY RAYON


PANTIES


79c

Yes, perfect in every detail
and they have a glove silk
finish that you don't see inr
just. ordinary, PANTS. We're
talking about something ex-'.
tra at this low price, for we
did plenty of' extra looking
and talking to get thTem. They
are made by a manufacturer
who knows his panties, and
we want you to know about
them. White ana tearose In-
regular and X' sizes.. XX and
XXX are $1.00. Pick 'em off
the table! .


3 V2 POUNDS OF PURE VIRGIN WOOL!
Full Size, Solid Color

BLANKETS

$1.O0 down
will hold your purchase until October 15. The spe-
cial price is $9.95. Be safe prepare for cold
weather now. Bound with lustrous satin. o
Cclors are Blue, Rose and Green.

B~flB^^^MB I IB MEffIMiffL^SMBB^


BIGGER and BETTER


Than Ever!



Don't Miss It!!



The Tattler


a ,


Featuring
"Tips From Across Our
Counter To Wise
Shoppers"


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


Vol. 1 Friday, July 25, 1947 No. 52
CELEBRATING 52 CONSECUTIVE WEEKS OF "TIPS
FROM ACROSS OUR COUNTER"
THE TATTLER'S FIRST BIRTHDAY EDITION!
(Note to Ed: Leave the cake off and give us a front page item!)
DEAR SHOPPERS: Have you met our new blonde
Customers, ask for various and mannequin who now has top bill-
sundry items ranging from hard-, ing on our window stage? We hav4
ware and chewing tobacco to fur named her "Miss New Yorke.",
coats. However, this 'writer had a since -she was Iborn in New York
mos t unusual request last week. It City. A master craftsman fashioned
came from one. of our valued cus- her streamlined body (she's, flex-
tomers who was facing a difficult ible at the waistline) his wife
and important task.. The request made' her golden curls. This week
was that we pray for his success. Miss New Yorker will show you, an
We value this as one of the most, added attraction at Boyles Depart-
forceful, expressions of confidence' ment Store Fall, 1947 L'A.iglon
that has come to us during our Dresses created for style-conscious
business career. Even though we women with dignity, poise and good
had, neverI made an attempt to pray, taste. It ',will pay you to keep an
surely we would 'be most ungrate- eye on Miss New Yorker! She has
ful not to make a start here! We a message for you daily!
heard a pr acher say recently that]
prayer was the key that unlocked Mothers, a word here for a small
the doors of' heaven no but important item .. Spen-
dtoubt other doors have been open- cer's White Cotton TRAINING
ed with the same key who PANTS with the double crotch!
knows? We 'have them now in sizes 0, 1, 2
n s i and 3. We get them d-irect from
a North Carolina mill we've
No use to tell you that our Sec- .
seen thousands of panties of all
on Annual July Clearance has kinds and makes, but this one out
'been bigger and better than ever.
Hundreds and huildred were here pants them all. Try them!


and saw it with their own eyes.
Some of the items offered are gone,
some are getting low, but we have
others to take their place, and this
Great Event will continue through
this 'week. FLASH! Note carefully
the items mentioned this week and
remember You Are Getting
New, Quality Merchandise at these
Low Prices!

We've heard it said that this is
a cold, cruel world'. That may be
true, 'but have you noticed the num-
ber of kind, thoughtful, consider-
ate, honest and sincere people who
live in it? Have you noticed how
wholeheartedly and. willingly they
share your troubles and, sorrows?
In the event you haven't had occa-
aion to meet these kind people we
can give you the names and ad-
dresses of numbers and numbers
of them! We believe that most of
the people in this world are neither
cold or cruel!


; A Reminder: Ask for your tick-
ets with every purchase. They are
valuable. We redeem your tickets
with beautiful AVON DINNER-
WARE. This is not something fdr
nothing, but something instead of
nothing! No red tape, no chance,',
no strings it's absolutely
FREE! Please ask for your tlck-
ets', even though', it's a nickel pur-
chase!

We've been asked how is it we
are able to give such remarkable
values. Here's the answer: We sell
for CASH : 'we sell in VOL-
UME we are satisfied with
a tiny profit on each item .
we carry no dead weight .
every salesperson we have pro-
duces-even Miss New Yorker!-
(the boss is right in there plug-
ging, too!) Ad'd it up and you'll
get SAVINGS for your answer:
Yours with more Sensational
News next week,
R. GLENN BOYLES,


"PAY CASH AND PAY LESS!" (



D DEPARTMENT


BOYLES STORE
"The Store With A Smile"
PHONE 252 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


T14E STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


.FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947


PAGE THREE


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G I J


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 1-0, 1937, at the
Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla.. under Act of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
One Yeas....... $2.00 Six Months....... $1.00
-.4 Telephone 51 ~-
,TO ADVERTISERS-In case o error of error or omissions in'adver-
tiements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisement.
The spoken 7ord is given scant attention; the printed word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts;
the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
is lost; the printed word remains.

Our Country Right or Wrong

INCOME AND GROWTH
No community in the world can become
prosperous unless there is some source of in-
come. The greater the income, the greater the
prosperity..
Port St. Joe cannot prosper without the
flow of money into its borders. The coin that
comes to live in Port St. Joe becomes a true
workman for the upbuilding of this section.
The money that goes away, like all absentees,
does us no good whatever.
Apply this to local commercial and indus-
trial affairs. An enterprise grows through the
.acquisition of a surplus. If its income exceeds
its expense it prospers, and if the balance is
Sthe other way, it withers away. Towns and
-cities operate under the same rules, no matter
how obscure the application may be.
Per capital wealth does not always mean
.general prosperity, but it certainly insures
'the possibility of that desired state. Consider
*Port St. Joe as one joint enterprise, with all
citizens as stockholders. What each one
spends, away from. home, is money sent away;
, what each one --:1 a' fr.in 1.-.11 il, is money
brought in to offset the other total. If the
money that arrives is greater than that sent
Saway, the civic entity grows, its surplus grows.
If the balance is the other way, the civic
enterprise withers, the balance constantly
dwindels and the word "p-o-v-e-r-t-y" begins
to be written on the wall.
You'd be surprised at the amount of money
that leaves Port St. Joe via the postoffice for
mail order goods that could be bought 'right
here from our local merchants, and you'd also
be surprised at the amount that is spent in
Panama City for groceries, clothing, etc., that
could likewise be purchased right here at the
same prices. And, too, you'd be surprised at
the number of local business concerns that
have their printing. done out of town when
they could get. it right here at home in much
less time.
A lot of 'our citizens and business men don't
seem to realize that they should spend their
money in the community in which they earn
it, since those to whom it is paid proceeei to
spend it with others right here and a part of
it comes back to' them in increased business.

OIL IN GULF COUNTY?
With the state geologist's report that the
search for oil in Florida -is shifting from 'the
southern portion of the state to the northern
part, .the talk of oil, or black gold, as Rex
Beach called it, being found in this section is
again going the rounds.
We all know that a considerable ruimiber of
test' wells have been drilled in Gulf and-adjoin-'
iig- counties and some are still in the drilling,
but whether or not any favorable indications
havebeen discovered, we have not heard
Oil sometimes means wealth and sometimes
-means only heart-aches, as the prospect of an
oil boom generally brings vultures as well as
reputable agents of reputtable companies If
oil should be discovered hereabouts, there will
be glib salesmen coming around offering stock
in new companies which, they will explain,
will make the buyers millionaires But don't
buy it unless your banker tells you that he


has bought some first.
If oil should come popping out of the ground
in this section, that will be splendid-if we
keep our' heads. We've been in sections where
there have been oil booms,' and as we said
above, oil can mean heart-aches as well az,
wealth. If it starts to, flow-be careful.

A GOOD PLACE TO, LIVE.
Port St. Joe is a wonderful place 'in which
to live. Living here has so many worthwhile-
advantages than life in more congested areas.
One of the foremost of these is the real, down-
to-earth neighborliness in evidence. Here, a
neighbor means much more than just a per-
son who happens to live next door.
Crime waves and, juvenile delinquency are
two problems unheard of here. Both seem to
be finding root in the more congested area
where conditions provide a better breeding
ground for seeds of this kind to grow to fer-
tility, No better surroundings can be found to
live and raise a family. Growing' children are
early instilled with.the mode.of life practiced
by their parents. In them is born that close-
to-each-other attitude with respect to those
with whom they come in everyday contact.
Believe it or not, this is a quality to .be sought.
So many cities are devoid of warm feelings
toward their fellow humans so easily engen;
dered in a community such as ours.
, In a world so often using the ,gauge of
worldly riches as a measuring stick, such
homey things as the brand of neighborliness
in evidence here are often overlooked. People
in Port St. -Joe daily are 'presented with kind-
ness and thoughtfulness oi the part of neigh-
'bors, which no amount of money could pur-
chase. Youth cannot buy human sympathies and
feelings. They are not for. sale here either, but
they are given, freely and unstintedly, with a
pride that renders ,them of inestimable value.
Comes to mind the remark of Bill Ebersole a
few weeks back just before, he left .to work in
the new paper mill;at 'a.. -.n: "Editor Bill, I
hate to leave Port SIt. JI .;, l in the ten years
1 have been here I've made more real friends
than (Aver before in my life." We predict he'll
be back.
Taken by and large, noil finer people can be
found anywhere. The expression "the salt of
the earth" must originally have been intended
to describe the people of Port St. Joe. They
possess certain fine innate sensibilities too of-
ten' lacking in inhabitants of other communi-
ties. The little things iin liuman relations which
make life more worth the living abound among
our people. .
So many kind and neighborly acts go un-
noticed here. They are more or less taken for
granted and are passed off as being nothing
out of the ordinary. They are so commonplace
as to be unnoteworthy. In this simplicity lies
deep down, honest appreciation which does not
appear on the surface. But an .understanding
without words exists with a sweetness sel-
dom found anywhere.
* There is a world of difference between gen-
erosity of the pocketbook and generosity .t
the heart. One can give from a filled pocket-
book without giving anything else. But when
one gives of the heart also, the meaning is
multiplied. Port St. Joe has always been noted
for going "over the top" in all worthwhile
charity drives, the Recd Cross, infantile paraly-
sis, cancer, USO, etc., and this isn't because
the, people had the' money to give, for niany
,gave more than their pocketbooss would al-
low, but because they knew of the need for
tle funds and they knew of the good their
dollars would do in helping the unfortunate
and the needy.
If a more hospitable, neighborly and gener-
ous bunch of folks live anywhere else than in
Port St. Jot, we would like to know it, for
that, too, would be a good place in which to
live.

We are told that all of us should do at least
two things every dlay that we heartily dislike
to do. Most people do the two things-every
morning they get out of bled and every night
they go to bed.


The Low Down
from
Willis Swamp

Editor The Sitar:
Yuh know, in this here age of
.hurry-up, and middle of the road
driving' and gosh awful manners
generally, I bin reseaichin' around
to see how it all got started. And
yuh know, a lotta signs seem to
pint to high places. Fer years our
guvamint- has sed: "Brother, you
do this or you do that or you don't
eat." And the.brother I'm referring'
to is you and your Uncle Josephus.
So iffin the guvamint kin git
bossy and sassy and take a push-
around attitude, how kum other
folks can't catch on and and also
d.o likewise? They kin-and do.
That's how I deduce it, and iftiin
I'm jalke on my itheery, then they is
a cure fer our :bad manners. Let
them folks heading' our guvaminhi
and the onesmakin' the laws, do
away with the MUST and, the YOU


GOTTA, and the all-high OR ELSE
orders, and the rest of us'll catch
on.
And goibn' further into my re-
search, it's the North mor'n the-
South that is needin' a example.
I've lived South and I've lived
North. The North keeps a-harpin',
superior-like, 'bout making' laws to
help the South-and uplift us'ns
down Aere. But iffin the South had
the same 'bump of conceit and
cared to stoop to interferin- wher-
it wasn't none of their dratted
,bizness, it could do some vice versa
uplift talk.
Jest plain manners is whut the
U. S. A. needs more of.
Yours, with the low down,
JO SERRA.
----------
Spending Week In South Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Montgomery
and sons Billy and Jimmy left last
Saturday for a week's visit with
relatives in Live Oak and Tampa..
They expect to return Sunday.

Common cork is made from the
bark of a species of oak.


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July Battery Sale


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SST. JOE MOTOR CO..0


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Lane Still Showing Up Good
John Lane, who is playing with
the Columbia team in the Sally
League, is. continuing to make an
excellent showing. To date he has
been in 89 of 93 games played, has
been at bat -344 times, made 69
riins oi 91 hits, batted, in 15 runs


and stolen 13 bases, giving him
fifth .place in the league for bases
stolen. His batting average now
stands at .265.
Here On Business Friday
Bart Knight of Blountstown was
mi our city last Friday on business.
.l-llmr- -II *ia :.gganiAH


A Good Doctor Is
Only Half the Cure


The Rest Depends On the
PRESCR I OPTION !

Have your prescriptions failed by
a Graduate Pharmacist. We com-
pound them exactly as your doc-
tor orders, using only the best
and purest drugs.

Carver Drug Co.
Phone 27 Port St. Joe, Fla.
my 4 9 9,MPE*??;*'^^!ssa?'-w.*m*^iliB


if


Your Ford Dealer

knows your Ford best!


ESTIMATES


FREE--USE


OUR BUDGET


PHON 37--- POR ST. JOE FLORIDA ----


DINE DANCE
at

Deckard's

Beach Club
(Formerly Martin's)
NO COVER CHARGE *
Now Open At 7:00 A. M.
SEAFOODS STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
-$1.00 CORKAGE CHARGE AFTER JUNE 15-
ROUTE 98 BEACON HILL
BETWEEN PORT ST. JOE AND PANAMA CITY
M. B. Deckard W. L. Duncan C. D. Prestwood
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THE STAR, PORT STj JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA


FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947


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PORTa ST..JOE, FLORIDAA


PHONE 37


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ST. JOlE Mu-x-uk CumaANY










PAESXTESAPR T OGL cONY LRD RDY UY2,14


Pansies for Next Spring

Should be Sown Now


Pansy plants such as are sold
in flower in early spring may be
grown quite easily by the gardener
who has a cold frame. The seed
is sown in late summer in a seed
bed which can be shaded and wa-
tered.
" Seed of one of the giant strains
should be obtained if one wants
large flowers. If small flowers are
preferred, the sq-called tufted or
Scotch pansies will do better. Vio-
las may also be given the same
treatment. All Dansies are mem-
bers of the viola family, but the
name pansy -is applied to those
which have "faces."
If you have a seed bed made of
fine soil shaded with a canopy of
cheesecloth or lath, and which can
be watered, sow the seed in rows.
If you have no such seed bed pre-
pare a flat shallow box full of sifted
soil in the usual manner and sow
the pansies in that. It can be placed
in a shady spot and kept well wa-
tered until the seedlings appear.
In sowing spread the seed thinly.
.Mix sand with it if necessary to
prevent overcrowding. If the seeds
are too thick it will be difficult to
disentangle the roots of the seed-
lings when time comes to move
them. As soon as the seeds sprout
they should be given all the light
possible and plenty of fresh air.
Do not let them dry out. Protect
them from the mid-day sun.
When the seedlings have made
their first rough leaves they should
be transplanted to other flats,
where they have more space, or to
the cold frame. Florists usually
move them to flats where they are
planted 2 inches each way; this is
called "pricking out." They are
allowed to grow here until they are
small sturdy plants. The amateur
may cut short this procedure and
move the seedlings directly from
the seed bed or first flat to the cold
frame.
Soil in the cold frame should not


Liquor Health Law
Enforcement Seen

New sanitary, .laws affecting
liquor and beer dispensaries' are
being enforced by the state bever-
age department in co-operation
with the Gulf county unit of the
state board ot health.
All establishments which serve
intoxicating" drinks are subject to
the same sanitary laws as restaur-
ants. In measures passed by the
1947 legislature, special health re-
quirements are set forth, making
it mandatory for liquor establish-
ments to follow rules covering
cleanliness of utensils, property,
water, wash rooms, and the dispo-
sition of sewage and garbage.
When a sanitary inspector finds
a place which does not conform to
the health code, the inspector noti-
fies the bar operator of the dis-
crepancy, allowing him necessary
time to/make repairs and improve-
ments.
Non-conformance would leave the
bar operator open to action by the
.beverage department, which has
power to revoke licenses.

Visiting Son
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kingry of Do- I
than, Ala., are spending this week
with their son and wife, Mr. and
iMrs. R. R. Kingry.

Visiting In Sneads
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sansomr.
left Saturday for Sneadis for a two,
weeks' visit with relatives.

NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
OF EXECUTRIX
In the County Judge's Court, Gulf
County, Florida. IN PROBATE. -
In re: The Estate of H. P. HAYES,
Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed miy final returns as Executrix
of the estate of H. P. Hayes, de-
ceased; that I have filed my peti-
tion for distribution and for final
discharge; and that on August 4,
1947, I will apply to trrs. HonoraUw"
J. E. Pridgeon, County Judge of
Gulf County, Florida, fbr approval
of said final returns and for an or-
der of distribution and for final dis-
charge as Executrix of the will of
H. P. Hayes, deceased.
June 28, 1947.
EMMA ENGLAND,
Executrix.
E. CLAY. LEWIS, Jr. 7-4
Attorney for Executrix. 7-25


be overmanured, but should be
light and friable ani reasonably
fertile. The plants should be set
in rows, 4 inches apdrt in the rows,
and 6 inches between the rows. Let
the plants grow in the open through
the fall until the ground begins to
freeze. Then fill up the cold frame
with dry' leaves and cover it with
the sash or boards. In severe
weather the sash can be covered
with `straw mats or any such cover-
ing, but this is not usually needed.
In the spring as soon as frost
begins to come out of the ground,
the leaves should be tak'n off the
pansy plants and the sash put on
the frame. The management from
now on is the same as any other
planting in the. spring. The pansies
will bloom under the glass much
earlier than they would outdoors,
and you will have pansies to set
out in the border when the tulips
-begin to bloom.

PATTON IS ADVANCED
BY INSURANCE FIRM

Ned A. Patton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Patton of this city, wno
has been associated with the Equit-
able L-,e Assurance Society in
Jacksonville for the past 12 years,
has been named district manager
for Southwest Florida, with offices
in Sarasota.
Patton is vice-president of the
Jacksonville Life Underwriters As-
socifition and holds the degree of
chartered life underwriter.

The saplings of today are the
sa;.vlogs of tomorrow.


..-............. ....... Week-end Guests
At the Churches Mr. and Mrs. Walster Goodson of
,Panama City were the week-end
........................ guests o,. Mr. and Mrs. E., C. Cason.


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.
8:00 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.
:4. V. '
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.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
9:45 a. m.-Bible school for all.
10:55 a. m.-Morning worship.
6:55 p. m.-B. T. U.
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship.

ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH
Highland View
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.

KENNEY'S MILL BAPTIST
W. B. Holland, Pastor
10:00 a. m.-Sunday school.
11:00 a. m.-Preaching service.
6:45 p. m.-B. T. U.
8:00 p. m.-Preaching service.
.Prayerme-eting Tuesday night at
8 o'clock. W. M. U. meets Wednes-
lIays at 3 p. m.

CATHOLIC SERVICES
Masq. is held at St. Joseph's
Chapel the first Sunday of each
month at 8 a. m. Second third and
fourth Sundays at 10:15 a. m.
ar a
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. W. A. Daniel, Pastor
Sunday school at 9 a. m,
Preaching at 11 a. m. every first
and third Sunday.

Visitor From Blountstown
Mrs. F. M. Knight of Blounts-
town spent Thursday of last week
here visiting her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Semple.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON SCHOOL BUDGET
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12, Florida Statutes, 1941,
as amended by Section 8 of Chapter 2:2,839, Laws of Florida, Aots l01
1945, notice is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the
County Board of Public Instruction of Gulf County, Florida, on Augu'sl
.1, 1947, at, the hour of 10:00 A. M. CST,' in the County Board meeting
room .at .the Court House for the purpose of discussing with the citizens
of the County the proposed school budget of said County for the fiscal
year beginning July 1, 1,947, and ending June 30, 1948, which, budget is
summarized as follows:
I. BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS.
A. Balances on hand beginning of year: 1. State Funds, (none).
2. County Funds, $30,268.86. 3. District Fundes, $397.14. TOTAL
$30,666.00
.. Anticipated, Receipts: 1. State and Federal Fu.ds, $155,003.84.
2. County Taxes, $16,43.6.00. 3. District Taxes, $9,587.00. 4. Othe-i
Sources, $13,500.00. TOTAL, $194,526.84.
C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. Instructional Salaries, $135,375.98.
2. 'Transportation, $14,100.00. 3., Capital Outlay, $1-2,495.00. 4.
Debt'Service (none). 5. Other Expenses and Reserves, $63,221.86.
TOTAL, $225,1.92.84.
II. BUDGETS FOR DISTRICT INTEREST AND .SINKING FUNDS.
A. Balances and Reserves beginniing of year: $4,135.22.
B. Anticipated Receipts: 1. Taxes, $7,022.00. 2. Other Sources,
(none).
C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. Bonds, $3,500.00. 2. Interest, $2,465.00.
3. Other, $300.00.
III. BUDGETS FOR SCHOOL BUILDING AND BU< RESERVE FUNDS
A. Balances aj, Beginning of Year: 1. County Funds, (none). 2. Dis-
trict Funds, $32,955.95.
B. Anticipated Receipts: 1. County Funds, .$25,828.00. 2. District
Funds, $2,261.00.
C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. County Funds, (none). 2. District
Funds, $26,711.8S9.
D. Balances and Reserves at end of year: 1. County Funds, $25,-
828.00. 2. District Funds, $8,505.06.
The millage to .be levied on the 1947 assessment roll to produce neces-
sary revenues for those budgets for the ensuing fiscal year are:
I. County Support and Maintenance Fund,, 6 mills.
II. District Current Levy Each District, 3.5 mills.
III. District Interest 'and Sinking Fund Each District, 4 mills District
No. Two.
IV. School Building and Bus Reserve Fund Levy: County (none).
SEac'h District 3 mills Dis-trict No. One.
Complete details of each separate part of the school budget summar-
ized above are on file and are available for public inspection at the
Office of the County Superintendeent of Schools -t Wewahitchka and
will also be available for such public hearing together with all support-
ing statements and. information.
All interested persons are cordially invited -to participate in this pub- i
lic hearing a.nd to discuss lhe school program and budget for this County
for the ensuing year.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
By: THOMAS A. OWENS,
County Superintendent.


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


FRIDAY, JULY 25, 194T








"PAGE SEVEN


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


Social Activities

Personals Clubs Churches
MYRTICE 0. SMITH, ,Editor PHONE 51
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MRS. FLORRIE CONNELL
HOSTESS TO J. A. M. CLUB
,Mrs. Florrie Connell 'was hostess
to members of the J. A. M. Club
Monday night at the home of her
danighter, Mrs. W. J. Ferrell, on
Long Avenue.
At this time Mrs. Callie Howell
was honored with a birthday
shower, receiving many lovely and
useful gifts. Bingo was enoyed
*during the evening, with prizes go-
ing to. Mrs. Drake and Mrs. Ruby
Pridgeon.
The hostess serve-l a congealed
salad course, with ice cream, cake
and iced tea, to Mesdames Callie
Howell, Eliza La-wson, Ruby Prid-
geon, Gladys Boyer, Ver"ra Smiji,
Marguerite Pridgeon, Lola Costin,
Minnie Ola Drake and Myrtice
Smith, and three visitors, Mrs.
Henrietta Upshaw of Birmingham,
Ala., Mrs. Hazel Ferrell and Miss
S-ra Kelly.
The next meeting of the club will
be held with Mrs. Lola Costin on
August 4 at her home on Monu-
ment Avenue.


FIFTH DISTRICT MASONS
HONOR GRAND MASTER
Approximately 200 Masons at-
tended a fifth district meeting held
at the Centennial Auditorium Wed-
nesday night honoring Frank H.
Thompson of Lakeland, most wor-
shipful grand master of Florida.
'The banquet tables and the audi-
torium were attractively decorated
in the Masonic colons and' a sump-
tuous repast of barbecued chicken,
poato salad, 'buttered carrots, ritz
crackers, olives, rolls, lemon pie
and iced' tea was served to the as-
semrbled guests by ladies of th C
Eastern Star.
During the evening, appropriate
music was rendered by Henry Redd
Jr., of Tallahas-see at thee piano and
Mrs. Ruth Ranisey on the, violin.
At the conclusion of the banquet,
which was presided over by Buster
Oweni;, worshipful master of the lo-
cal lodge, all Masons' retired to the
lodge hig1 for a business session.

REBEKAH CIRCLE-MEETS
WITH MRS. G. W. COOPER
The Rebekah Circle of the Bap-
tist W. M. U. met .Monday after-
noon with Mrs.. George W. Cooper
at her home on McClellan Avenue,
with the guests being entertained
on the lawn.
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols brought the
devotional from Eph. 5th chapter,
1-17 verses, her subject being "The
Walk of the Believers." The min-
utes were read, and approved, the
treasurer's report accepted and, re-
ports received from all chairmen.
The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. Tom Strickland, af-
ter 'which the hostess, assisted by
Mrs. Murray Lloyd and Mrs. Chas.
Crawford, served a salad course
with cookies and coca-colas to the
fo.u.rteen members present.
VP. l
BAPTIST CIRCLE ONE MEETS
AT HOME OF MRS. QUARLES
Circle One of the Baptist W. M.
S,. met Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. W. S. Quarlets with
seven members present.
The meeting was opened by Mrs.
W. I. Carden reading the 53rd
Psalm, followed' with prayer by
-Mrs. J. 0. Baggett. The program
was given, from the foreign mission
magazine, "Tidings from Mission-
aries." The regular order of busi-
ness was conducted, $7 was given
for war relief, and a dinner planned
to send to the new pastor and his
'family Wednesday.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer -by Mrs. C. A. McClellan, af-
ter which the hostess served tasty
handlwiches, cookies and iced drinks
to those present.


Have Guests At Beach Home
iMr. and Mrs. Bland Montgomery
have as their guests' for two weeks
at their beach home Mrs. P. J. Mc-
Namara and Msgr. T. J. McNamara
of Savannah, Ga., mother and
brother of Mrs. Montgomery, and
Miss Mary McNamara of Chicago,
Ill., her niece.

Returns To Home In Alabama
Mrs. Bill Carr returned to her
home in Tuskegee, Ala., last Friday
after a visit of several days here
with relatives. She was accom-
panied to Alabama by Mr. and Mrs.
Mel Magidson and Ashley Costin,
who returned home Sunday.

Visit With Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goodsonl of
Quincy spent last week here visit-
in.g with Mr. Goodson's uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ferrell,
and his brother and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Goodson.

Returns To Home In Maryland
Mrs. Frank LaGrange left Satur-
day for Bet'hseda, Md., after a 10-
day visit here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Jones. She was
taken as far as Tallahassee by her
parents.

Visitors From Maryland
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stafford and
daughter Janet of Baltimore, Md.,
are visiting the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stafford, and
sister,- Mrs. A. T. Thames.

Visiting In North Carolina
Mrs. S. L. Towery and daughter,
Mary Fay. left last Friday foi
North Carolina, where they will
visit relatives for two weeks.


BAPTIST CIRCLE HONORS MRS.
RAMSEY WITH STORK SHOWER
Circle Two of the Baptist W. M.
U. held its regular meeting Mon-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Wesley Ramsey on Palm Boule-
vard.
Mrs. E. C. Cason, programi.chair-
man, gave the devotional from 5th
chapter I John, followed with prayer
by Mrs. W. J. Daughtry. The min-
utes were read and approved, the
report of the treasurer accepted
and after a brief business session
the meeting was closed with prayer
by Mrs. W. H. Howell.
During 'the social hour following
the meeting Mrs. Wesley Ray Ram-
sey was honored 'with a stork
shower, receiving many, lovely and
useful gifts Refreshments of sand-
wiches, cookies and lemonade were
served to nine members and one
new member, Mrs. Rush Chism.
The August meeting oif the circle
will be held with Mrs. E. C. Cason.

PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY
MEETS WITH MRS. CARTER
The Ladies Auxiliary of the- Pres-
byterian Church-met Monday after-
loon with Mrs. Thos. R. L. Carter
at her home on the beach.
After a short business session
Mrs. B. E. Kenney presented an
interesting program on the topic
"Not Fashionable Tolerance, But
Faithh" which was enjoyed by. all.
At the conclusion'of the meeting
the hostess served dainty sand-
wiches and coca-colas to Mesdames
Tom Mitchell, H. A. Campbell, h.
D. -Prows, B. E. Kenney, Claude
Adams, James Greer, J. R. Smith,
M. Elder and H. L. MeKinnon, and
one visitor, Mii: Clemmie Maddox.

Spend Week-end In Dothan
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Kingry spenL
last week-end: in Dothan, Ala.,
where they attended an old-fash-
ioned birthday dinner, picnic style,
honoring Bob's father, J. H. Kingry.

Guest From Blountstown
Miss Cathryn Conbin of Blounts-
town is the guest this week of Mis-s
Erline McClellan.


DR. C. L. REICHERTER
OPTOMETRIST

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PANAMA CITY, FLA.

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EVERYBODY WELCOME!
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


"HOLDING FORTH THE WORD OF LIFE"
REV. L. J. KEELS, Pastor
SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1947

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

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


Spends Week-end With Parents
Billy Tapper, who is employed
by the state, stopped here over the
week-end en route to Key WVest to
visit with his parents, Capt. and
Mrs. Robert Tapper.

Visit In Altha
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chafin and
children were visiting Monday in
Altha.

To North On Business Trip
Alfred Rhames and, Tom Bartee
left Sundfay on a business trip to
Chicago and other northern points.

Mrs. J. F. Shepard and daughter
of Greensboro spent the week-end
here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Ferrell.

Miss Louise Jones of Perry is
the guest of Grace Earlene Hunter
for two weeks.


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CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE DAILY AT 2:45 P. M. )

LAST TIME TODAY MONDAY and TUESDAY
-nAIII .v, P. July 28 and 29


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SATURDAY, JULY 26

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PROGRAM
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"JACK ARMSTRONG"


SUNDAY, JULY 27

ONE DAY ONLY!
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"DAUGHTER OF DON Q"


THURSDAY and FRIDAY
July 31 and August 1







NEWS and CARTOON

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Visitors From Graceville
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Womble of
Graceville are visiting their daugh-
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. HL
Davidson, at Highland View.

Return From Business Trip
Charles Smith, Jack Rickerson
and Frank Gunn returned home
Tuesday night from a bustnes. trip
to Jacksonville.

To my many friends and pa-
tients of Port St. Joe and vi-
cinity, I am pleased to an-
nounce the opening of my new
office at Mr. J. S. Patrick's4
residence at Beacon Hill, Of-
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PAGE EIGHT


THOSE. R. L. CARTER
Abstracts of Title Loans on Real Estate
Registered Real Estate Broker


REID AVENUE


PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

Star Want Ads Bring Quick Results At Small Cost.


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE
HERE ARE SOME NEW OFFER- FOR SALE-36-inch exhaust fan.
INGS IT WOULD PAY TO complete; in original crate. Cost
INVESTIGATE! $125; yours for $90.,See Bo Brown,
There are only five lots left in phone 237 or 47. 7-25tt
Mexico Beach on the high bluff PONY-Young Shetland pony;, will
nearest Gulf County. :work any place. See E. J. Rich,
Threeibedroom house on Gulf about phone 306. 8-1*
6 miles from Port St. Joe. Thisis FOR SALE-Burks centrifugal wa-
a real home, not the ordinary cot- Or A centifua. gw-
tage. Brand. new and priced right. ter pump in good coaditio. Two
I'small dwellings in Oak Grove, one
Two-bedroom house on Gulf about' 4-room and one 5-room with bath
same, distance from town; also and running water; '/ h. p. electric
brand new and furnished, ready to motor. Hubert Hall, P. 0. Box 29,
.. ... .... .. WP I Al ha, Pla.7_1"


step into very reasnuuIe --.. Former Secretary of State
Two-bedroom house between 13th SPECIAL SERVICES Aiding In Battle For FEC
and, 14th on Panlm Boulevard; fur- I Aiding In Battle or FC
nished and priced right for quick LOOK! LOOK! ---
sale. Also 3Sbedroom house corner Roaches, Termites, Ants, Mosqui- A detailed 'brief supporting tne
16th and Palm Boulevard in new toes, Flies eliminated. One year St. Joe Paper Company's petition
condition, recently refinished. FHA guarantee or longer. .No muss, no modification the interstate
loan on both these. fuss. non-staining, non-poisonous. for a oification of the mterstate.
T those eligible for GI Loans and Not necessary *to leave house or commerce commission order in the
Combth9e lign e GI Hoants onlyclose the premises. Naval Chemi- Florida East -Coast Railway reor-
,"oation FHA and Gcal C op ho e201,Port St Joe.
a little over a month 'till when you cal Co., phone 201, Port St. Joe organization case revealed Monday
can get your tea ina l_ b nds Me.mlber- Chamber of Commerce, Na-
can get your terminal leave bonds .n e Control, Florida Pest that James F. Byrnes, former sec-
cashed, unless 'there's a veto.. What tional-Pest Control, Florida Pest
shed, unless t ers ths tn a Control. 7-4tf retary of state, i% now one of the
better way to invest this than in attorneys for the duPon eate.
down payment on a home? If you WANTED TO BUY attorneys for the duPonL estate.
want to build, we have plans for all In the detailed brief, supporting
types of houses and a reliable con- WANTED FROM OWNER 1947 the petition for a modification of
-tractor ready to build for you. Ford, Plymouth or Chevrolet. the ICC ord r in which reorganiza-
Best COASH price paid. Only one ,
Have three houses for sale on Me- needed, so caUl W. R. Hall, 122 Core tion of the FEC was directed thru
Clellan Ave. on lots 3 and 4, block Bldg., Panama City, Fla., phone, merger with the Atlantic Coast
79. Will sell together or separately. 1347 V. es made this comment:
Fairly priced, and one eligible for Line. Byrnes made this comment:
FHA Loan. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES "The inequity of the Coast Line
plan is so shocking that it is amaz-
THOS. R. L. CARTER BUS STATION CAFE for lease or n is
Smoker rent on percentage basis. All lng ithe extreme. By its or:er of
Registered Real Estate Bker equipment, light and water fur- April S. 1947, a minority of the
Port St. Joe, Florid Avenue nished. Good opportunity for right commission approved the plan, re-
Sperson', and a money-maker. Apply versing the previous unanimous de-
to E. M. Spear, Bus Station, Port
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE St. Joe, Florida. 1* cision which had held transfer of
Have just had a 3-ibedroom house control to Coast Line unfair as well
on Long Avenue listed. This house Advertising doesn't cost-it pays! as unlawful."
is to sell for $4,950. Equity $1,450 Advertising doesn't cost-it pays! as unlawul.
:and you assume mortgage. May get The brief said further: "The re-
this nice home for only $900 down. LODGE NOTICES port of April S would authorize this
Five-room dwelling in Oak Grove, MASONIC TEMPLE F & A M- shocking inequity under the guise
with bath and running water. Ex- Port St. Joe Lodge 111. Regular of a so-called 'merger.' Words can-
tra lots may be purchased with meetings 2nd and 4th Fri- not obscure the real nature of the
this place. ] W days each month, 8:00 p. m.
'tins place.. j \ dMembers urged to attend; transaction, which this commission
Six-room house in Oak Grove to visiting brothers welcome. D. L. concedes is 'in a sense' a sale. It
.sell for $1500. i Owens, W. M.; G. C. Adkins, Sec. is a sale, and a sale at many mil-
'Tlwo-bedroomn home on Hunter's SAMARITAN LODGE NO. 40, I. O. lions, below the real value of the
.Circle, on large lot. 0. F.-Meets every Wednesday property.
night at 8 o'clock in Masonic hall. "The plan promulgated was con-
Two-bedroom, furnished home in All members urged to attend and
Bayridge Subdivision. This d.well- visiting brethren invited. B. A. ceived by the Coast Line, spon-
iing was built in 1943 and is in ex- Pridgeon, N. G.; W. H. Sansom, scored by Senator Pepper and ap-
cellent condition. Secretary. proved by five members of the
Have just had a five-room house commission."
and a four-room house listed. These ----
d.wellings are situated on Long Star a I Undergoes Tonsilectomy
.Avenue and are reasonably priced. r ads g t results Miss Sara Nell Clements under-
If you are interested in buying a"
nice home in Port St. Joe you went a tonsilectomy Wednesday at
should see the above dwellings, the local hospital. She returned to


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Men's Belts, Sam Browne q
Belts, Wrist Watch Straps, 4
Dog Harnesses, Key-Kits
and Key Rings, Suitcase 4
Handles, Truck Drivers' 4
Billfolds, Skate Straps. \


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We also have a nice selection of LEGAL ADVERTISING
lots in the residential section of
the city. Also have left two water- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
front .beach lots in Yon's Addition TAX DEED
to Beacon Hill. (Senate Bill No. 163)
Notice Is Hereby Given, That W.
FRANK HANNON C. Forehand, holder of Tax Certifi-
cate No. 9, issued the 2nd day of
Registered Real Estate Broker July A. 1). 1945, has filed the same
SOffice: St. Joe Motor Co. Phone 37 in my office and has made. applica-
APARTMENTS FOR RENT tion for a tax deed to 'be issued
thereon. Said certificate embraces
FOR APARTMENTS See The the following described property in
Shirey Apartments. 8-3 the County of Gulf, State of Flor-
Ida, to-w'it: Lot 15, Block 'C,' High-
FOR RENT land View, Sec. 26, Twp. 7S, R 11W.
CONCRETE MIXER for rent, $5.00 Therty undssessment of the sartid prop-
S Spillers and Nichols, erty under the said certificabe is-
per day. Spillers and Nic s, suer,was in the name of M. I. Har-
-- per
LOST AND FOUND Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
LOST-Green chest of tools, lost in property described therein 'win bee
vicinity of Lewis Garage. Finder i'sold to the highest bidder at the
please return to The Star office court house door on the first Mon-
for reward. 25* day in the month of August, 1947,
which is the 4th d.ay of August,
FREE BOOKLET about cancer Is 1947.
yours for the asking. Simply send Dated this 30th day of June. 1947.
name and, address on a postcard to I J. R. HUNTER.
American Cancer Society, 22, Ann I Clerk oif Circuit Court of Gulf
St., New York 1, N. Y. tf 7-4 8-1 County, Florida.


her home yesterday and her friends
are invited to drop in and hear all
about her operation.

Army Recruiter Here Two Days
Sgt. Eugene Busby, army recruit-
ing officer from the Panama City
office, will now be in Port Sit. Joe
at the postoffice on Thursdays and
Friday instead of Fridays alone,
as heretofore.

Visiting Daughter
Mrs. Ruth Lo.gan, 'who has made
her home in Tallahas'see for the
past few months, is visiting with
'her daughter, Mrs. John Gaskiun.

Brush Kiuckles
Extra attention should be given to
knuckles and palms, and for this a
little scrubbing brush is a great
help. Clean your nails also with thee
brush since any sharp instrument
scratches the skin under the nails
and these rough edges pick up dirt
much faster.


MEET YOUR
FRIENDS
AT

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Where there is no vision, the The consequences of deforesta-
forests and the people perish. tion is the sickening of a country.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Board of County Commissioners of I have sold, my interest in the
Gulf County, Floitzla, will receive Gulf Manufacturing Co. at Beacon
sealed bids until 10:00 a. m. August Hill to my partner, P. G. Hart, who
5th, 1947, at the bffice of the Clerk will conduct the business in future.
of the Circuit Court in said County, 8-8* J. S. PATRICK.
for the. use of Gulf County, Flor- NOTI CE
ida (except School Board), on all Notice is hereby ive that all
gasoline, oil and fuel oil from Sep-- Notice is hereby given that all
member 1st 1947, to September 30th persons having bills against the
1948. delivered at the tanks, Wewa- Brock Construction Company for
hitchka, Florida materials or labor for the construe-
The Board reserves the right to tion of the T. H. Stone building in
reject any and all bids. Port St. Joe shall notify said T. H.
This 10th July, 1947. Stone on or before Friday, July 25,
7-18 W. R.' CONNELL, 1947, 12 o'clock noon. 25*
25 Chairman of the Board NOTICE FOR DIVORCE
N 0 T I C E In the Circuit Court, Gulf County,
NOTICE is hereby given that the Florida. IN CHANCERY.
Trustees of the Internal Improve- Bernice Williams, Plaintiff,
ment Fund of the State of Florica, vs.
Pursuant to Law, will offer for Edmond Williams, Defendant.
sale., for competitive bids, in Talla- THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
hassee, Florida, at 11:00 o'clock A. TO: Edmond Williams. whose resi-
M. August 5th. 1947, for the land in dence and address is unknown.
GIULF COUNTY, Florida: You are hereby notified and or-
SW /4 of SEi/5, Section 33, dered to appear on the tth day of
Township 8 South, Range 10 August, 1947, before the above
West. styled court to the bill of complaint
The Purchaser is required to pay for divorce filed against you in the
the advertising cost. above entitled cause.
THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL WITNESS my hand and official
IMPROVEMENT FUND reserve seal at Wewahitchka, Gulf County,
the right to reject any and all bids. Florida, this 2nd day of July, 1947.
BY ORDER of the Trustees of (Court J. R. HUNTER
the Internal Improvement .Fund of Seal) Clerk Circuit Court,
the State of Florida. Gulf County, Florida.
MILLARD F. CALDWELL, E. CLAY LEWIS, Jr., 7-11
6-27 8-1 Governor. Attorney for Plaintiff. 8-1


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