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q HELP PROMOTE
PORT ST. JOE BY
JOINING THE JUNIOR
CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE


THE SNeAR

The Home Newspaper of Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center


"TRADE AT OME'"
SPEND YOUR MONEY
WITH LOCAL
MERCHANTS AND GET
ANOTHER SHOT AT IT


VOLUME XI PORT ST, JOE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948 NUMtBER 21


Warren Denounces


Sales Tax Proposal

In St. Joe Address

Advocates Expanded Reforestation
Program and Creation of State
Purchasing Commission

Making his second speech follow-
i1g opening of his campaign at
Bl131ntstown Saturdcay for the Dem-
ocratic nomination *`or governor of
Florida. Fuller ,Warren told his Port
St. Joe listeners Monday that no
sales tax is necessary in Florida,
and that reforestation will return
big dividends.
"The lines have been drawn onil
the sales tax fight and the battle is
about to be squarely joined." said
Warren. "Some so-called expert,;
say a sales tax is inevitable and
that we can't avoid it, but I say
that with all of us fighting side by
side we call and will avoid it. The
people don't want this tax, as they
know it is aimed directly at tile
pocketbook of the laboring man,
the farmer and the white collar
worker. If I am elected your gover-
nor, I will veto any general sales
tax should the legislature adopt
one."
Going into details of the expand-ed
reforestation program he advocates
the Jacksonville attorney explained
how it would greatly benefit the
economy of the entire state.. He
also described adequate fire cou-
trol as the keystone of any long-
lange reforestation progi a.ul
Warren also said he advocates
creation of a state central purchas-
ing commission "to reduce the un-
bearably high cost of government."
'Reports olf legislative commit-
tees show that the state could save
millions of dollars annually if it
would adopt modern, business-like
methods of purchasing This money
could well 'be used to give increased
state aid to education, and especq-
ally to increase the salaries of our
teachers and build much needed
school buildings."
Going after the feminine vote.
1Warren urged greater recognition
of women in government, and sail
he would appoint at least one, wom--
an inemiber 'of the board of control
if he is elected governor.


Woman's Club Will

Stage Fashion Show

Plans are being developed by the
Port St. Joe VWoman's Club to spon-
sor a fashion show in the. near fu-
ture featuring the latest spring
styles from the, Boyles Department
Store.
Date ifor the show. which will be
held at "the Port Theater. will be
announced later.

BILL HAMMOCK SEEKING
HARBORMASTER OFFICE
H. M. "'Bill" Hammock Jr., in this
issue of The Star announces that
he will be a candidate for election
to the office of hanibormaster of the,
port of Port St. Joe at the forth-
coming May primarieis.

Called Here By Illness of Mother
Mrs. William Smitcht Jr., of New
Providence. N..J., was called here
this week by the illness of her
mothrE.r, Mrs. John Stafford.

Returns To Home In Sumatra
Mrs. J. J. Lindsay le't Monday
evening for her home. in Sumatra
after a visit of several days liere
with her son and family, Mr. and
Mrs. James Lindsay.


SEEKS RE-ELECTION


SHERIFF B. E. PARKER


Byrd E. Parker Seeks

Re-election As Sheriff

Byrd E. Parker, who has served
as sheriff of Gulf county since 1937,
in this issue of The Star announces
that he will seek re-election to the
office at th.e. May primaries.
Sheriff Parker, who operated a
tonsorial parlor (.barber shop to
you) in Port St. Joe at the, time of
his election as sheriff in 1937. is it
Mason and member of the Order of
Eastern Star, a veteran of World
V.ar I. nmemlbe.r of the American Le-
gion, Forty and Eight. Odd Fellows
and Shriners.


Navy To Conduct Firing

Tests Off St. Jos. Point

A notice received this week by
The Star from Capt. W. D. Brown
o', the U. S. Navy Min. Counter-
measures Station at Panama City
informs us that the navy will con-
duct intermittent five-inch gun fir-
ing from a destroyer type vessel
from Feibruary 23 to March 6 In the
Gulf of Mexico iamlediately to sea-
ward of St. Joseph Spit.
The danger area extends from
Cape San Blas to latitude 29 50'
north and from the seaward beach
line of St. Joseph Spit to longitude
S5 28' west.
All craft are warned to remain
clear of this area during daylight
hours when firing will be con-
dutted, since boats with holes inll
heir hulls have. a had habit of go-
ing to the bottom.

VETERANS!
A representative of the state ser-
vice office will be in St. Joe on Feb-
ruary 26 ftronm :30 to 11. a. m. at
the city hall.

Visit Son In New Orleans
*Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Fairley spent
last week-enid in New Orleans, La.,
where they met their son, P. B. Jr.,
ai student at Florida State College,
Taliahassee, who came to New Or-
leans by plane. He returned hei'e
with his parents for a 'few days'
visit.

Visiting Here Few Days
Miss Sara Neild, RN, of New Or-
leans. who acted as special nur1-1-
t3 the late B. E. Kenney during his
illness, will r-maiinl hre for a few
days before returning to her home
in Lofuisiana. m.,

Visitors From Mississippi
Mr. and Mrs.'P. B. Fairly have
as th-.ir guests Mrs. Fairley's, par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chailes Webb)
of Ocean Springs, Miss.


Last Rites Held


Here Sunday for


Basil E. Kenney

Passed Away Saturday After Ex-
tended Illness; Bcdy Taken To
Kentucky for Interment

13Basil Edviward Kenney, 59. resi-
'ent :f Port St. Joe for the past 10
,Irs and well known throughout
F!'ori'la and neighbl)oring states,
passed away at. his home hire Sat-
'driday noon after an extended ill-

Funeral services, attended by
tuttndreds of s'orro.wing friends, were
'-.lId Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock
at the First Presbyterian Church
with the Rev. W. A. Daniel officiat-
ing, assisted by Rev. S. J. Allen
and Rev. Thomas Byrne. The Com-
forter Funeral Home was in charge.
of arrangements.
Active pallbearers were Dr. A. L.
Ward, Henry Campbell, W. 0. An-
derson, George Tapper, Floyd Hunt,
Coleman Tharpe, Tom Mitchell and
H. H. Saunders. Approximately 70
close friends and lbuslness associ-
ates acted as honorary pallbearers.
Following the. services here, the
body was taken to Frankfort. Ky.,
o'or interment, last rites being held
there Tuesday.
Mr. Kenney was born Aipril 22,
!SSS, at Frankfort. Ky.. the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Kenney. He
was educated in the schools of Ken-
tucky, and as a youth entered, the
lumber industry, working as a day
laborer for his father. Later he
joined the firm of WV. P. Brown &
Sons Lunmber Co. ot Louisville. Ky.,
and served as, vice-president and
general manager of all operations
for several mills. He had operated
mills at Jackson, Tenn., BrasfieldI
and Gould, Ark.. Zama, Miss., Fay-
ette and Guin, Ala., and CaryviiIIe,
Fla., before coming to this section.
Mr. Kenney and his son, Basil
Jr.. organized the Basil E. Kenney
Lumber Co. in 1934 at Blountstown.
This operation ran until 1938, at
which time the Kenney's joined M.
L. Fleishel and others in forming a
nevw corporation, the St. Joe Lum-
her & Export Co., and constructed a
mill at Port St. Joe. one of the
largest in the South.
'Mr. Kenney gave unsparingly of
(Continued on page 2)




10 YEARS AGO

From the Files of The Star


Eells Wins Board Seat
In one of the closest elections
ever held in Port St. Joe. B. W.
Eells was elected to the. bard of
city commissioners for a six-year
term over T. H. Stone and Horace.
W. Soule 'by a margin of three
votes. Standings were: Eells, 116;
Stone, 113; Soule. 93. Mr. Eells
takes the seat occupied by Mr.
Stone for the past 17 years.
Ordinance Establishes Fire Zone
The city dads last week passed
an ordinance establishing a fire
zone in the interest of securing
lower insurance rates. All buildings
erected or enlarged within the. zone
Ini the Iluture must be oif inconlbhust-
ible materials. No permanent frame
buildings may be built hereafter
inside the zone. which includes the
business district.
Name Honor Roll Students
The following upper grade stu-
'dents of the local school qualified
Continued on page 7)


DIES AT HOME SATURDAY


BASIL E. KENNEY


Scout Fund-Raising
Drive Underway Here

We didn't know it, but H. C. Da-
vis dropped into The Star office
yesterday and= told us that a drive
is underway in Gulf county to raise
$500 for the Gulf Coast Boy Scout
Council, and had we chipped in.
We informed him that We didn't
know the drive was on and that we
hadn't been nicked yet for a dona-
tion. so gave him five bucks.
There are probably a lot more
ignorant people like us in town, so
:* you fe-el Boy Scoutish, leave your
contribution with Mr. Davis or with
J. C. Culpepper at the. Western Auto
Store.


Many Examined At
Children's Clinic

The, Florida Crippled Children's
Clinic, held at Apalachicola Thurs-
day of last week, was a great suc-
coss. Fifty-four children were ex-
amined and nine cases recom-
mended for treatment. Several old
cases were advised to return to
Pensacola for further treatment.
Children from Gulf. Franklin. Bay
and Liberty counties were given
examinations.
Lunches, consisting of soup and
crackers, sandwiches 'and coffee,
were served to, approx'1mate'ly 100
individuals by the American Legion
Auxiliary. Several school girls as-
ist.'d with the typing.
The clinic was sponsored by the
American Legion, assisted by the
Gulf and Framnklin county health d3-
partmenPts. Children were trans-
ported by the highway patrol.

ST. JOE ELECTRIC SHOP
IS AGAIN BACK IN CITY

The St. Joe- Electric Shop. oper-
.tied Iby W. H. Pierson, again h-as
quarters in Port St. Joe-in the Cos-
tin building on Monument Avenue.
Some time ago Mr. Pirson wi 5
compelled to move his shop to High-
land View due to lack of quarters
(and we don't mean two-bit pieces)

WE'RE SORRY
Due to mechanical ditficul-ties w,'s
were unable to get a number of lo-
cal items into type. for which we
are extremely sorry. We were lucky
to have the St. Joe". Hardware Co.'s
Purina ad to fill up the hole.

Strangler Tree Chc'kes Victim
The strangler fig. which grows iin
S 'trh Florida, is one of the strang-
(,-t trees in the world. ft begins life-
in the top of another tree, grows
downward to the ground. and when
rooted 'will choke the life from the
tree in which it began life.


Road Department


Prepares To Pave


Roads In County

Approximately 15 Miles of Construc-
tion Approved; Monument
Avenue To Be Rebuilt

Following completion of an agree-
ment between the board of con3mis-
io'ae"s of Culf county and the
state road department, w')lrk is to
b:gin shortly on hard-surfacing a
um.t)ber o.f loads in the county un-
dIer recent legislative acts whereby
cost of construction is taken care
ol' by the state and the money re-
paid from proceeds of the surplus
gasoline tax accruing to the county.
Cost of the work is estimated at
approximately $385,000.
In addition the road department
in its 1948 budget has set up $75,000
for grading and widening Monu-
ment Avanue (the state highway)
froni city limit to city limit. Gutters
and curibs are included in the proj-
ect, according to Commissioner W.
C. Roche.
Other roads to be paved are as
follows: State Road 381 from pres-
en-t State Road 71 via Dalkeith to
Willis Landing, approximately 9.6
miles.
State Road 381 beginning at Dal-
keith and running west to State
Road 71, approximately 1.2 miles.
State Road 30 beginning at a
point just south of Port St. Joe and
running east approximately 1.5
miles to Niles.
Hunter Street and Second Ave-
inue in Oak Grove, approximately
0.6 miles.
First, Third, Fifth and Sixth
Streets and First and Second Ave-
nues in Highland : View, approxi-
mately 1.5 miles.
Th'e county will turn the roads
over to the state road department,
which agrees to maintain the. roads
in good repair and operating con,-
dition and to make all necessary
repairs and reconstruction.


Sharks Lose Out In

Conference Contests

Thle St. Joe Shariks quintet, which
drew a bye in the first rounds of
the Northwest Florida Conference
basketball tournanm-Tit held last
week-end at ( 1,-r.' ., Junior College,
Marianna, lost Saturday morning to .
the Malone Tigers lby a 4:1-20 score.
The .Sharks lotight hard through
the first half. hut wvore down in the
last tw:i ()u1 rt.'rs. Buster Owens
scored 16 points for the local team
and Grady Jordan was high man
for Malone, with 17.
The Marianna. Bulldogs canme'out
of the cnfllerent-l as the champs
with a 34 to 21 win over Niceville.

STRANGE ANNOUNCES FOR
COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 3
P. G. Strange of Highland View
in this issue of The S'tanr.annoullces
his candidacy for member ol the
board of county commissioners of
Gulf county from District Three.
The seat on the board from this
district is now held by J. C. Martin.

Visit In Alabama
Mrs. Joe Brooks, .Miss Ann George
and Mrs. Dan lBrooks visitedd re-
cently in Montgomery. Elba and
Dothan, Ala.

Kidds' Say Hel!o
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kidd. for-
nimr residents of St. Joe, passed
- through town Sunday and stopped
briefly to say hello to friends.







PAGE TWO THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948


lems and plans, local, state or nia- past two years was a director of the
tional. He was an ardent sports- Saints baseball team.


man. and each May. for the past 3S
years. he returned homes, to see the
running cilie Kantucky Derby. He
also loved baseball, and for the


END
WEEKEND





SPECIALS! I


Thursday Friday Saturday


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$1.69 2 1.95 :
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SPECIAL ! SPECIAL!!
COLORED BOYS' KHAKI and BLUE

Curtain Material P ANTS
4 Yards $1.00 2Pair $3.00
Were Up To $2.50 Pair
SPECIAL!!
36 In. 4-4 Unbleached SPECIAL! !

SHEETING MEN'S

3 Yards $1OO DressShirts :
$2.89 0
SPECIAL! White and Stripes
MEN'S KHAKI

ALL WOOL
$2.69 COMFORTERS :

SPECIAL!! Only $4.95
A Few Nationally WE'RE $8.95
AdvertisedW

DRESSES SPECIAL!!
GOING FOR ONLY BOYS'
$8.95 SLACK SUITS
VALUES L'P TO $19.95

ALSO A FEW REGULAR $3.75 4
WINTER COATS Tan Blue Green
For Only $5.95
SPECIAL! !
SPECIAL! BALLERINA
LADIES' SLIPPERS
PANTIES .95

2 ior $1.00 Red Green

SPECIAL!! SPECIAL!!
lLADIES' ALL-WOOL

SWEATERS Turkish Towels :

$3.00 Each 13for $1.00
WERE $6.95 LARGE SIZE
SarI


LAST RITES HELD
(Continued from page 1)
his time and linanc.s to all worth-
while projects, and was keenly in-
terested in all governmental prob-


till washing'


c)RK U '
still ironin'


still cleonin'


Mr. K nney serve* as president Joe. Rotary Club, honorary member
of t:ie Florida Forest and Park Serv- of the Junior Chamber of Com-
:ce under Governors Holland and merce, a Shriner and an elder of the
Caldwell; he was chairman or the Preslbyterian Church.
Southern Pine Inspection i:l. ', Mr. Kenney is survived by his
past director of the Souther::'. e vidoaw, Mrs. Sara Evans Kenney, a
Association. and was a paI' !ii c- son. Basil E. Kenney Jr., and two
tor of the Southeastern : dwood grandchildre-n. Jacqueline and Ann
Manufacturers' Club. lie .rved as K nney, all of this city; a brother,
a member of the Florida ;'-n io:-- T. E. Kenney Jr., of Frankfort, Ky.,
ment Board from 1935 to 19S; an c:nd two sisters, Mrs. Sara Jones of
was appointed a lieut.-colonel o:: the Frankfort, Ky., and Mrs. Margaret
staff: of Governor Sholtz. Stafford of Westbury, Long Island,
l-.e was a member o6f the ,7:'t St. N. Y.


get along these days with prices mak-
ing like kites in a high wind! I've
been struggling with my budget for
eight years, and during that time oil
has gone up 218 percent, taxes 167
percent, and copper wire 110 percent
... so you can see why I'm right with
you in hoping that inflationary trends
in this country will halt.. but quick!
It's enough to make a fellow feel
weak . but where service is con-
cerned, it hasn't got me licked yet.
Don't forget I'm still doing all the jobs
I've always done for you . and more.
I'm still your dependable, safe, clean,
quick electrical servant popping up
where you want me . when you want
me .. at the flick of a switch.


Reddy Kilowatt
Your Electrical Servant


still cooling'


CS I S department t
VVW N III Store


PHONE 148


PORT ST. JO]


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Electrical Living is Better Living


He had an outstanding war serv-
ice record, having been awarded a
Certificate of Appreciation and is-
sued the Selective Service Medal
by President Truman in recognition
of uncompensated services rendered
his country. He assisted in organiz-
ing the war rationing program, and
despite the heavy duties that war
had added to his lumber industry,
he directed the local rationing pro-
gram for several months.


have me over a barrel


. . but I'm still rollin' along!

It surely is tough, folks, trying to


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1949


PAGE TWO


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







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


We can save. you money on the
next stove you have to buy. Mar-
0in's Fixit Shop. 2-27*


DR. C. L. REICHERTER
OPTOMETRIST
EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED


Ritz Theatre Building Hours: S to 5
First Floor Phone 560
PANAMA CITY, FLA.




THEY SENT A SHIP
A-SAILING








Norselnen of old sent a ship a-
sailing bearing their departed
chief. This was their way to
pay tribute.
Deep-grained has been the
craving for the solaces of
beauty at the moment of temp-
orary parting. Beauty and
quiet dignity marks a fitting
tribute when you permit us to
serve when tre need arises.


PHONE 326 Day or Night
Comforter Funeral Home
601 LONG AVENUE
24-Hour Ambulance Service


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St. Joe Electric Shop'
SERVICE REPAIR
CONTRACTING
Phone 377 Costin Building
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


Steak High? Cost

Of Fish Is Higher

Survey By State 'Fish and Game
Commission Shows Anglers
Pay $2.00 Per Pound

Resident-licensed :fresh water fish-
ermen provided a $56,000,000 busi-
ness in Florida during 1947, accord-
ing to the state game and -reshli w-
ter fish commission. The figures
are based on a 1 per cent survey
ol licensed fishermen that indi-
cated a total annual catch of 2S.
232,000 pounds of fresh water fish.
Studies made by the fish and
wildlife service disclosed that the
average fisherman spends $2.00 for
every pound of fresh water fish he
catches. On this basis, it is pointed
out. Florida fishermen turned loose
more than S56,000,000 paying for
tackle, boat rental, lodging, meais.
bait, guides and travel.
Of the 28,22.000 pounds of fisna
caught by the anglers, 11,241,000
pounds were bass, 6,517,000 pounds
breani, and 1.499,000 crappie. Cat-
fish and other species accounted for
the remainder.
The commission's survey dis-
closed that the average Florida
angler ,went fishing 23.8 times and
put 179.3 pounds of fish on his
stringer during the year (that .8 of
a time was the number of fishing
trips taken by Ye Ed, and that .3
of a pound was the weight of the
fish he caught). His annual catch
consisted of 79.8 pounds of bass,
41.4 pounds of bream, 28.7 pounds
of catfish, 8.9 pounds of crappie anc
20.5 pounds of other species.

Modern Metal Alloys
The wonders of modern metal
alloys are well known. But alloys
are not new. Men began using mix-
tures of two or more metals in pre-
historic times. The earliest alloy
was bronze, probably discovered
when copper and tin were acciden-
tally melted together and allowed
to harden.

We make anything out of tin or
metal. See us for your sheet metal
needs.. Martin's Fixit Shop. Phone
94, Port St. Joe. 2-27*


What GOES INTO A

PRESCRIPTION?


T HE ingredients your doctor
orders, of course; but also
there goes the scientific knowl-
edge and skill of experience -of
our expert pharmacists. That's
why you may bring prescriptions
to us with confidence.
Have your prescription com-
pounded by a Graduate Phar-
macist of an accredited
School of Pharmacy
A


JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist
We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription
PHONE 5 PORT ST. JOE


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BIRDSEYE DIAPERS

2 Doz. $5.00


A New DOLLAR DAYS
Repeater!
A pickup we nearly missed!
200 Yards Light Stripes

Outing Flannel

4 Yds. $1.00
We made a Special Buy.. .
We're dividing with you!
Check it!

15 Dozen
WASH CLOTHS

10 for $1
Note to Ed: Your pages


A New DOLLAR DAYS Repeater!
SPOT AND CHECK THIS ONE!
CRISP, COLORFUL, CHEERFUL

1948 CURTAINS
FRESH FROM THE FACTORY!
Tailored MARQUISETTES

2 Pairs $5.00
Ruffled Dotted Marquisettes

2 Pairs $7.00
Just a One Time Offer . you have no
time to lose! The colors are White, Blue,
Gold, Green. This looks like one of the high
spots of Dollar Days!


The Tattler


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'Featuring
"Tips From Across Our
Counter To Wise
Shoppers"


Vol. II February 20, 1948 No. 2t

ABRAHAM LINCOLN Speaking:
"They say I tell a great many stories; I reckon I do, but I have
found in the course of a long experience that common people,
take'rem as they run, are more easily informed through the me-
dium of a broad illustration than in any other way, and as to
what the hypercritical few think, I don't care."
DEAR SHOPPERS:
iNot much time :for "Tattle" this ,week too much to
do too much merchandise (not too many customers!)
Friday, Saturday and Monday Dollar Day Shoppers "stole
the show"' . and, what a show it was! . Thrill Packed
Values produced, a Harvest of Savings and loosened purse strings
tied in a knot since Christmas! We took a Bold, Hard Swing at
High Prices, and customers who put their money on us and backed
us up, walked away with dividends and smiling faces!
Boyles Dollar Days Made A Hit We Swing Again!
Now, here comes the secret! Customer response and popular
demand for this Sensation. of Savings produces the following an-
nounce.ment:
DOLLAR DAYS WILL BE REPEATED THIS FRIDAY,
SATURDAY AND MONDAY!
Nejw values have arrived and "Something New Has Been Added."
Only a few of these items are mentioned in this space. You've
taken our word for it before. . w believe you will take it
again. . There's going to hbe THREE MORE VALUE
PACKED DAYS . come and see! Even though your inter-
est only amounts to curiosity, we'd almost bet a DOLLAR that
you'll send a DOLLAR, if notDOIJLARS!
'Boyles Dollar Days Made A Hit We Swing Again!
This little verse gives us heart: "Don't worry if your job is
small . And your rewards are few . Remember that
the mighty oak . Was once a nut like you!" . If Clay
Lewis were a judge and I was the ot'fender, just one of his big,
broad smiles would make my seat soft! (this is not paid political
advertising!) . Tipping our salesmen and sale.ladies: "You
mnay not make a sale, .but you can produce a smile."
Boyles Dollar Days Made A Hit We Swing Again!
Someone describes a bore as lile a pin without its head or
its point! There's a head and a plint to DOLLAR DAYS. .
f; heads our pet promotion and points th.' way to Savings!
Dollar Day-ingly Yours,
R. GLENN BOYLES.
P. S.-Interesting spots we meant to mention: Anderson's Studio,
whver-, you get your beauty struck! Going to see if they'll be able
to take my ,whole family on at one time! . Boyles Remodeled
Ready-to-Wear Department in full bloom for Spring with the new
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PAOE_ FOU TH TR OT T OGL CUTFOID RDY ERUR 98


--" Right or Wrong


SHE'S GOT A GOOD IDEA!
Miss Vivien Kellems, a \Vestport, Conin.,
manufacturer, says that her firm will stop'
withholding federal income taxes from eni-
ployes and states she will fight the issue out
with the government in the courts.
"If High Tax Harry wants me to get that
money for me," she said, "then he must ap-
\point me an agent for the internal revenue de-
partment, he must pay me a salary for my
work, and he must reimburse me for lmy ex-
penses incurred in collecting that fax.
"1 do not exercise other duties, responsibili-
ties and privileges of citizenship for my em-
ployes, and so I am not collecting nor paying
-'their income taxes for them. I have more con-
fidence in my employes than has their govern-
ment. I believe that every person in my em-
ploy will pay h'is taxes as long as we have an
income tax law, but if he does not, that is a
matter between himself and his government,
exactly as his religion is a matter between
himself and his God. I have no right to inject
myself into either relationship."
The old gal has got a good idea there, with
* a lot of sense in it. More employers should
follow in her foost.eps. The Star has no em-
ployes, but if we di'd we'd sure get into the
trenches with Miss Vivien.

A recession is a period'in which you tighten
your belt. In a depression you have no belt t6
* tighten, and when you have no pants to hold
up, brother, it's a panic.

Great oaks from little acorns grow, and
charred stump's from the little match we throw.

New wine in old bottles turns wives into
widders.


Shands Promises Road
Improvement In County

More, than 23- miles of Gulf county's
67 miles of roads and bridges, in the
state-maintained system are in need
of improvement, said ,W. A. Shands,
candidate for governor, at Gaines-
ville Wednesday. Estimated cost or
such work, which Would 'be a per-
manent improvement f o r Gulf


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, 1987, at the
Postodfice, Port St. Joe, Fl1.. under Act 6f March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
One Year. ...... $2.00 Six Months....... $1.00
--- Telephone 51 -.
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adver-
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisement.
The spoken r'ord 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.


The Low Down
from
Willis Swamp


Editor The Star:
You know, jist because this USA
ain't never .bogged down and mired
-and needed sumbuddy to bail us


county, is $511,o00, he said. out-ain't no sign we. can-t git
"My four years of experience as mired. No more so than wve can't


a member of the state road board
will be helpful to me, as governor,
in fostering construction projects
for Gulf county with the co---pera-
tion of the state road departmentt"
said Shands.
Wonder if Mr. Shands knows that
the state road department is. pre-
paring to surface 15 miles of roads
. in the county at a cost of approxi-
mately $385,000, not to mention the
20 miles from Beacon Hill to We-
wahitchka upon which work has al-
ready started?

Ice Cube Production.
An electrical device just patent-
ed achieves mass production of ice
cubes by a new method. A column
of ice is frozen in a tube. As it
moves upward, a cutter slices off
cubes into a dispenser. The ma-
chine can be set for any predeter-
Xnined number of. cubes.


break a leg some day, -by being' care-
less, jist because up til now we ain't
done so.
And, to make a long story short,
.i squint at our USA debt and. the
budgits bein' heaped on the bent
backs of the taxpayers, is 'enuff to
make shivers run up and down the
spine. And with them big budgits,
and big promises, 4 freedoms and
everything, nobuddy, anywhere, is
pleased or happy 'bout anything in
particular. Big spending' has bin a
quack remedy. We even have pams
and aches now we ain't ever han
before. And to add to our dilemma,
take them there dollar haircuts
The barbers say it's taxes comin'
home to roost.
So, folks, mebbe haircuts being"
hiked here and there to one buck
each-man or boy-is a good turn
in disguise fer the taxpayers. That


is, if congress hears 'bout it-and
you kin believe your barber.
Yours with the low down,
JO SERRA.

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VD EDUCATION
On another page' of this issue of The Star
will be found an article on the increase of ven-
ereal diseases taken from the state health de-
partment's monthly publication in which Dr.
Sondag urges a program of education for our
youth to prevent the spread of VD.
Included in the monthly magazine was an
article on the medical treatment given at the
rapid treatment center of the state board of
health at \M elbourn, which tells of the instruc-
tion given the patients.
The patients see movies, hear lectures and
participate in quizzes, learning that syphilis
causes insanity, blindness and heart disease:
that it causes miscarriages, dead babies, crip-
pled and sickly children and idiots; that even-
tually it means death. This information is more
corrective than jail sentences. Also they learn
that it is 1Eighly important to treat venereal
diseases early, for later vital organs are 'af-
fected.
WVith the new drugs syphillis can be cured
in ten days, gonorrhea in a few hours, and
other diseases in a few days. This means thaid
these diseases can be wiped out if those who
contract them obtain early treatment instead
of infecting others.
Little is heard of VD since the war, but the
battle goes on, and science\will win if the vic-
tims themselves co-operate.

BEFOGGING THE CONSUMER
Those who wish to return to rationing and
price control are going to extreme lengths to
stir up worried consumers, and to exploit lack
of understanding of the price problem. For'in-
stance, one such' advocate recently said that
"Come spring, the American housewife may
find meat nestling in blue velvet cases ift Car-
tier's instead of in the usual butcher shops."
This is an obvious attempt to hide the fact
that governmental controls on commodities
are the surest way to take them out of the
'reach of the ordinary consumer, for thle simple
reason that they inevitably bring back the
black market and drive the goods out of legiti-
mate trade channels. An arbitrary low price is
of no service if the shopkeeper's shelves are
bare. And no one can keep on producing either
manufactured goods or food if he must sell at
a loss.
Controls would, in the long run, add to the
inflationary spiral by placing a great milany
kinds of goods and produce within the reach
of only those to whom price in a black market
is of no importance. It would probably prove
most damaging to low-budget families. Ih a
supply and demand economy, commodities sell
at the lowest price consistent with the cost
of doing business. ,


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Real American Nut Imported Shorthorns
Pecan nuts are North America's Shorthorn cattle were imported
greatest contribution to the world's Into Westchester county, N. Y., as,
nut market. Although the species early as 1792.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 194&-


PAGE FOUR







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


FlOrSPa each Floridian's "bill" t for govern-
.r a sm ient stood at $24S for the fiscal
$248 Each Per year 1946-47.
$248 Each Per Expressed in terms of income, one
Year In Taxes out of every four dollars earned by
ear n TaXeS 8Floridians-was paid out in taxes in
some form.
Federal, State, County and City
Taxes Show Increase of 4.5 THOSE REACHING 21 PRIOR
Per Cent Over 1945-46 TO PRIMARY MAY REGISTER
A person who will become 21
The total tax burden of Floridians Years old between the legal lime !'or
amounted to $(;:;S..902,466 during the. (closing the registration books and
fiscal year 1.46-47, a 4.5 per cent the date of the primary election
increase o\er the previous fiscal may be registered to vote, accord-
y.,a. the Florid.a State Chamber of ing to the state attorney general.
Commerce states in its weekly However, a person who will not
business review. be 21 until some time. after the pri-
1ld ra 'l internal revenue collec- mary election dates may not be
tions in Florida for the fiscal year registered or vote.
were $413.G5!.:217. and state re-
ceipts from taxation were $137,- Radiation and Cancer
243.149. Great exposure of the skin to
In round numbers $53,000,000 was sun, especially among fair people,
co'lected in t.Axes liv Florida coun- makes for cancer risk, according to
tes ,and $32.0,00.00 i was pa into the Public Affairs committee and
t es t cancer societies. Sailors and farm-
city treasuries in the state. ers have more cancer on their faces
Balanced against the total tax and necks and hands the exposed
"bill" is an approximate $50,000,000 parts of their body than other
in -various "grants" for social se- people. White people who live in the
eurity. welfare, education, conser- South have more of this type of can-
vation, highways, national forests, cer than those who live in the North.
Negroes have less of it than lighter-
rivers, harbors, etc., making the skinned people because their skin is
net total $5S8,fl02,4;6. able to filter out more of the ultra-
On the basis of this net total, violet radiation of the sunlight.





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FRII I 3AY FEBRUARY 20, 1948


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GAESXTESAPR T OGL ONY LRD RDY ERAY2,14


Political Announcements

FOR STATE ATTORNEY
Fully realizing the responsibili-
ties of the office which I seek, I
,desire to announce .my candidacy
for State .Attorney for the Four-
.teenth Judicial Circuit- of Florida,
compri'.-ing the counties of Calhoun,
Bay, Gull.t. Holmes, Jackson and
Washington, subject to the action
-of the Democratic primaries in May.
I am 48 years of age, a veteran of
the First World War, and have
been practicing law for the past 28
:years, the last 20 of which have
*been in Jackson County.
If nominated, and elected I pledge
my best efforts to properly and ef-
ficiently fulfill the duties of the
office of State Attorney.
Your vote and support will be ap-
1)reciated.
.4-30* CLYDE MAYHALL.
FOR HARBORMASTER
I wish to take this means of an-
nouncing my candidacy for the of-
lice of Halborffaster of the Port of
Port St. Joe, and solicit the support
of the voters of Gulf county in the
May primaries. I have been a resi-
dent of Gulf county for the past 28
years, making this my home shortly
after leaving the service following
World War I. I am a member of the
American Legion and I have never
-sought a political office previously.
SI DO ask for your vote and support.
Re-spectfully submitted,
P. J. "PAT" LOVETT.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District. 5
'To the Voters of Gulf County:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election as County Commis-
sioner from District No. 5. Your
vote and support will be appreci-
ated. W. C. ROCHE.
FOR SUPERVISOR. OF
REGISTRATION
To the Voters of Gulf County:
:- hereby make my formal an-
mouncement for the office of Super-
visor of Registration of Gulf County
subject to the will of the voters at
the May primaries.
I am serving the unexpiced'ternm
otf ay husband, Rev. C. G. Rish (de-
*ceased). I have given my be-st ef-
ifort's to the duties of the office, and
,i hope I have met with the approval
iof the people. If you honor me witr
a full term of this important office,
I shall dilige-ntly serve you to the
best of my ability. I will greatly
appreciate your vote and support.
MRS. EDNIE RISH.
FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT,
'To the Citizens of Gullf County:
I wish to take this means to an-
laounce my candidacy for office of
*Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf Coun,
ty in the May Democratic ,primary.
If the people of this county see
'fit to place this office of responsi-
bility in me I shall endeavor to ren-
rier capable and efficient service to
those having business to transact
:in the. clerk's office.
The support of each individual In
,this county is respectfully and earn
,estly solicited.
-4-30* M. P. TOMLINSON.
FOR STATE SENATOR
I hereby announce my candidacy
'for the State Senate from the 25th
Senatorial District. If elected I will
-serve you with the same. interest
and efficiency as in the past. Your
vote .and active support will be
.greatly :appreciated.
.:4-30* OLIN G. SHIVERS.


.COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District Five I
'1o the Voters of Gulf County:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for County Commissioner from Dis-
trict Five. subject to the -will of the
-voters at the May 4 primary. I,'
electe-d I promise to give a just
and 'honest administration of the
county's affairs. I have in the past
Served two terms on our county
-board and feel that I am- fully qual-
ified for the position. Your vote
-in.d support will be gratefully ap-
preciated.
"* J. F. MILLER.

FOR STATE ATTORNEY
'To the People of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit of Florida, I re-
.spectful1y submit myself as a
.candidate for the office of State
Attors-ey, subject to the Demo-
,cratic Primary on May 4.th.
I am a life-long resident of West
Florida. I graduated from the Uni-
versity of Florida Law School, and
"was prosecuting attorney for Frank-
lin County for the three years im-
mediately, prior to the last war. Af-
ter being discharged from the serv-
ice, I established my home in Pan-
ama City. I was appointed county
attorney Tor 'Bay County and served
1in this position during 1944 and 1945.
If elected to the office of State
Attorney, I shall carry out the du-
ties of this high office to the. best
of my ability, with malice toward
none and with. justice to all.
Respectfully yours,
4-30* MERCER P.. SPEAR.


We mend anything but broken
hearts. See us for any kind of re-
pair job. Maartin's Fixit Shop, Port
St. Joe. Phone 94. 2-27*

FOR HARBORMASTER
FulI realizing the responsibility
of the office which I seek, I,d -sire
;o announce my candidacy for Har-
bormnaster of the Port of Port St.
.Joe. I; elected to the position, I
pledge my best service in filling the
duties of the oltice. Your vote and
support viil be gratefully appreci-
ated. 1"
H. MI. (Bill) HAMMOCK, Jr.

FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
To the Voters of Gul.f County:
I desire to announce my candidacy
for the office of C-isrk of Circuit
Court in Gu:f County. subject to the
Dernmocrati- primaries in May.
If you voters see lit to elect me to
this responsible office I will prom-e
ise to put forth all of my energy to
serve you as you have been accus-
tomed to being served from this of-
tice in the pest: eYour vote and sup-
'ort will be greatly appreciated.
I1-30* GEORGE Y. CORE.
FOR HARBORMASTER
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election to the office. of Har-
bormaster for the Port of Port St.
Joe, subject to the Democratic pri-
mary of May 4. Having had fifty
(50) years' experience in this type
of work and being a resident of Port
St. JoE for the past twenty-nine (29)
years. I feel I. am fully qualified for
this office. I will 'be grateful for
your vote and support.
4*-30* ROBERT TAPPER.
FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY ,
This will announce my candidacy
for office of Clerk of Circuit Court
of Gulf County, subject to the Dem-
ocratic primaries in May. I am not
unmindiful of the arduous duties of
this -very import *it office, and if
elected I pledge my best efforts to
fulifil these duties as they have
been in the years past.
I am a veteran of World War II
and for several years served as
bookkeeper and a deputy in the
Sheriff's office of this county.
I will deeply appreciate your vote
and support.
4-30* ROY E. TAYLOR.

FOR SHERIFF
I wish to announce my candidacy
for the office of Sher'ilf of Gulf
County, subject to the will of the
voters at the May primaries. I have
reached this decision because of
the continued insistence alnd en-
couragement of my many friends.
If elected, I promise that I will be
the sheriff' of all the people of the
county and not sheriff for but a
few, and that all the people will be
treated alike and the law's enforce-a
equally and impartially to the best
o! my ability. Your vote and sup-
port will be sincerely appreciated.
4-30* F. R. PIPPIN.

FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE


THOMAS SALE
Candidate for Circuit Judge in
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, com-
prising Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Jack-
son, Holmes and Washington
Counties.
Age 46. Practiced law for past 23
years in Pra'narir City, Fla. Reared
in Bay and Washington counties,
Floiida. Acadoemic'idegree, LLB3 Uni-
versity of Florida. 1922: law degree
(Juris Doctor)" 1924. Legal frater-
nity. Phi Delta Phi, S.\, lhonorai'y
scholastic Phi Kappas Phi. Member
Legislature from Bay county. 1927.
Elected by City Coimission to fill
unexpired term of Mayr;- of Pan-
ainrea City. 1915. City Attorney, City
of Panama City, for 3 years. City
Attorney. City of Lynn Haven, F:la.,
for past 20 years. Engaged in gen-
eral practice of law all State and
Federal Courts.
Son o:' the late T. D. Sale and
Annie B. Sale. Married Louise
Yonge Buc,k of Pensacola, Florida.
Three children. Tom Jr., Eleanui
Ann and Merial. Member Baptist
Church. 4-30*


VD Increasing

In State, Says

Health Board


Department Urges Sound Character
Training In Childhood and Youth
As Means of Stopping Spread

Venereal diseases are continuing
to increase in Florida, with more
than 2r000 new cases of syphilis and
gonorrhea reported last year ov'_r
the previous year. according to the
state board of health.
This increase in VD is announced
'in the state health department's of-
ficial publication, "Health Notes."
just delivered to the editorial cess-:
If The Star. devoted this month to'
the venereal disease problems in the
state.
Dr. R. F. Sondag', director, bureau
of prevent: ble diseases. declar-ed
that "the reason for this increase is
that we still doh't do, effectively
rnsugh, the things that will prevent
infection."''
He stressed the importance 0o
finding and treating the early in-
fectious cases of syphilis. "Withe
the development of penicillin for
rapid venereal disease treatment,
we now have these means at our dis-
posal to render non-infections vir-
tually every case of syphilis and
gonorrhea that can be brought to
treatment. This is important for the
-ictim. but it means also that lie or
she can't spread the disease to any-
one else, and that's important to
society."
Conduct lies at the root of tlie VDT
r'cible.m, Dr. Sondag emphasized,
for there is only one way -people
can catch venereal disease-that is
by intimate contact with, someone
who has the disease in andinfecilous
stage.
Prevention of venereal disease
must come through sound character
training in childhood and youth, and
programs of education .begun by the.
parents in the home and carried
forward in schools and churches
according to Dr. Sondag.

Send The Star to a friend.

ANNOUNCEMENT
To the Democratic voters of Bay,
Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson and
Washington Counties, composing
the 14th Judicial Circuit of Florida:
With a deep sense of the respon-
sibilities of the office' and with a
feeling of modesty. I take this
method of announcing my candi-
dacy lor the Democratic nomina-
t.on ior the. office of Circuit Judge.
Group 2, Fourteenth Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida. Having engaged in
the general practice of law since
1929, and having served the people
of this circuit as your Assistant
State Attorney ,for the past three
and one-half years. I fully realize
the responsibilities in -presiding
-cer our Circuit Courts which have
jurisdiction of so many matters that
involve tihe life, liberty and prop-
erty of ou'r people. If honored with
nomination and election, I shall
sei ve you-as an honorable-, humane
and just judge. Your vote and sup-
port hi my .behalf will be greatly
appreciated.
1 E. CLAY LEWIS, Jr.


WHY PAY HIGH
,PRICES FOR

WORK SHOES
We have at all times a
complete line of all sizes

ARMY SURPLUS

SHOES
Priced From

$2.95 to $5.95
We Also Stock a Full Line ot
All Types of Shoe Polishes


THE LEADER SHOE
SHOP
WVe Doctor Shoes, Heel Them,
Attend Their Dyeing and
'8Save Their Soles


Christmas' At Pine Island Electric irons repaired any
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas write IMeke. work guaranteed. Bring
them to us. Martin's Fixit Shop.
us that they are now located at Phone 94. 2-27*
Pine Island, near Fort Myers, and
that J. A. is learning the shrimping tar adults
SbusinessStar adsanget ra I

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CHICKEN DINNERS
STEAKS SEAFOODS SANDWICHES
ALL KINDS OF DRINKS


Walter's Bar & Grill
(2Va Miles from Port St. Joe on-Beacon Hill Highway)
W. I. GARDNER, Owner

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FOR GUARANTEED


Fresh Yard Eggs


Fresh Dressed Chickens


Fresh Vegetables, Groceries and Meats

SALT WATER FISH DAILY




RICH'S CURB MARKET


Phone 306


Port St. Joe, Fla.


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948 THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN


Social

Personals -
MYRTICE 0. SMITH, Edi


LEONARD BELIN AND MISS
MARY JOHNSON AF#E WED
Characterized by simplicity ani
charmn was the wedding Sunday,
February 15 at 9 a. m., or Miss Mary
John-son, daughter of Mrs. C. M.
Johnson and the late C. M. John-
son, and Cleland Leonard Blelin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Belin.
Th. wedding was solemnized in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
McKnight before an altar of gladoli
and carnations intermingled with
greenery with the Rev. J. L. Keels
of the First Baptist Church offici-
ating at the double ring ceremony.
The bride wore. a 'beige gabardine
suit with broswia accessories and
her corsage was brown orchids.
The bride's only attendant was
her sister, Mrs. Harry McKnight,
who wore a floral print crepe dress
with black accessories and a cor-
sage of white orchids. J. C. Belin,
brother of the groom, served, as
best man.
Following the ceremony, a recep-
tion was held for the guests. The
beautifully appointed ride's table
was overlaid with a lace cloth ana
centered with a daintily embossed
wedding cake. Garden flowers in
different shades completed the ap-
pointments.
Aft *:r the reception Mr. and Mrs.
Belin left for New- Orleans on their
wedding trip. Upon their return
they will be at home to their many
friends on Palm Boulevard.

Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS.


Activities

Clubs Churches
tor PHONE 51


HELLO, WORLD!
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Padgett of
Wewahitchka announce the birth of
a daughter. Sharon Delores. on
Thursday, F bruary 12.

Mr. and Mrs. David K. Broadnax
of this city are the proud parents
of a son, born Saturday, February
14. The young man has been named
David Kenneth Jr. (naturally!).
it
Mr. and Mrs. llurdis Geoganagen
of Highland View announce, the
birth of a son on February 17.
(All births occurred at the Port St.
Joe Municipal -Hospital)

WESLEYAN GUILD MEETS
WITH MRS. A. LEGRONE
The Wesle.yan Guild met Thurm-
day night of last week at the hom0e
o, Mrs. Alex Legrone. Following
the devotional by MIiss Sara Kelly,
a poem was read by Miss Ann
George.
The entire me -ting was devoted
to business. The secretary, Miss
George, reported that a bond had
been bought for the organ fuaC.
and Miss Bertha Drexel, supply
chairman, asked that a box be filled
for conference supply work.
The meeting adjourned for a so-
cial hour, at which time tne 0los-
tess served delicious refreshments
to the Misses Ann George, Margaret
Smith, Netta Niblack, Sara Kelly
and Bertha Drexel, Mesdames Har-


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February 23 and 24

BUD ABBOTT
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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25



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Chapter 11 of Serial

'THE VIGILANTE'


THURSDAY and FRIDAY
February 26 and 27


Chapter 7 of Serial-
"THE BLACK WIDOW


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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22
JOAN CRAWFORD
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"The Women"


0 00 0* *N 9 **U ad *, CS 0.;:;ta0 aa a a4


Carolyn Smith, Allyne Evans, Sara, Voilye Headi.
Nell Cle-ments, Sophia Davis, Ma-f After a brief business session, the
rie Johnson, Katherine 'Jones, Mar- hostess served canapes, date roll
garet Mincey, Hugh Pettle, Bo-Be and hot chocolat.s. to the Misses
Cwens, Ed Johnson. Billy Howell, Al-ma Baggett, Watts. Heath and
Billy Parker and Vondell Humph-' Watki.ns, Mesdames A. P. Martin,
-c. '. W. L. Smith, J. T. Simpson and
p V e Biggart, and five visitors, Mrs. S.
WHITE CITY DEMONSTRATION Rowan of Chattahoochee. Mrs. .
CLUB INSTALLS OFFICERS L. Keels, Mrs. Glad';s McCoy, Mrs. 9
The White City Home Demonstra Rochelle Jackson and Miss Jewel
Lion Club starte.d.Its second year's Covington,
club work recently with a candle-
light service for the installation of 10 YEARS AGO
officers for the new year, who are
as follows: Mrs. H. A. Hardy, presi- (Continued from page 1)
dent; Mrs. C. E. Stebel, vice-presi- for the hon- r roll "this period: 12th
dent; Mrs. G. S. Croxton, secretary Grade-Margaret Belin, Ruth Con-
and tr asursar; Mrs. Carl Holsen- nell, J romie Morrison. 11th Grade-
back. reporter., i Annie Mae Carter, Alice Gibson.
Plans were made for the new year' 10th Grade-Sul an Samsders, Mar-


old Powell, Loyd Tub'b, W. J. Her- and year books planned. The club
ring, Verna Smith, Minnie Evaos also decided to make children's hos-
and Glenn Boyles, and one guest, pital garments and accessories.
Mrs. B. T. Harirson. The meeting on Thursday of last
The next meeting will be held on week was an all-day session at the
February 26 with Mrs. H. Powell. home c .'Mrs. 1H. A. lartiy. Tile
S Iln morning was devoted to sewing for
BETTY THURMAN HONORED the hospital and in the afternoon
ON EIGHTEENTH BIRTHDAY the home demonstration agc.nt, Mrs.
Mrs. C. M. Warner honored her Wilma Revll, gave a demonstra-
iiece. Miss Betty Thurman, with tion on making dress forms.
a surprise birthday last Saturtay .
at her home, the occasion being the MRS. BARR IS HOSTESS TO
young lady's 1Sth birthday. BUSINESS WOMAN'S CIRCLE
The tabl-., beautiful with a lace Mrs. J. H. Barr was hostess to
cloth, was centered with a heart- the Baptist Business Woman's Cir-
shaped cake, flanked by bowls of cle Monday evening at her home
candy. Several games were enjoyed, in the Shirey Apartments.
with prizes awarded t3 Carolyn i "Our Unfinished Tasik In the
Smitih and Vondell Humphrey, fol- Homeland"' was presslited by Miss
lowing which the. honoree cut the Mildred, Watkins, program chair-
cake and rei'reshments were served. man. Taking part in the discussion
Enjoying the occasion ,with Miss were Miss Betty Sue Watts, Mrs.
Th'irman were Geraldine Parker. Barr. Mrs. W. A. Biggart and Miss
-h .m.n.w.e -er V--e-Parker,


FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District No. a
To the Voters o.f Gulf County::
I hereby announce my candidacy
for County Commissioner from Dis-
trict No. 3. I sincerely solicit your
vote and support.
4-30* PETER G. STRANGE.
FOR SHERIFF OF GULF COUNTY
To the People of Gulf County:
I wish to announce my candidacy
to succeed myself as Sheriff of Gulf
Comiunty, subject !to the Democratic
Primaries in May, 1948. If nomt-
nated and elected, I pledge to faith-
fully discharge the duties of the of-
fice to the best of my ability. Your
vote and support will be greatly ap-
preciated. Respectfully,
4-20. BYRD E. PARKER.
We have several electric water
pumps on hand. See us for a 'bar-
gain in a pump. Martin's Fixit
Shop. 2-27*,


DR. JOS. B. SPEAR 4
OPTOMETRIST
APALACHICOLA, FLA.

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garet Coleman, Alma-Collinswortt,
John Lane.
Street Project Approved
Negotiations which have been un-
des way for some time by the city
to secure WPA aid in paving Lo g
Avenue, this w-ek met with success
when President Roosevelt approves
an application calling for a federal
appropriation of $21,595 for the proj-
ect.

Political Announcements


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


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1948


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IPAQE IG1-{THE ~TR, ~'OT ~ JO, #UL~ CG~JTTV, FLRIDA FIDFBRAY2 14


Heaviest Wood In World We guarantee to make your ssw-
Black ironwood, a native of the ing machine run and sew like new.
Florida keys and the West Indies, Sewing machines are our specialty.
is the heaviest wood.in the world. Martins Fixit Shop. 2-27*


Pumlb GENERAL PLUMBING
ISEF I rC5 SEWER CLEANING and REPAIR

G. W. BRODNAX
Phone 88 Brooks Sporting Goods

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

Star Want Ads Bring Quick Results At Small Cost.


RATES-I1.', cents per word for one inser-
tion (count initials and figures as single
ordis); minimum charge 30 cents. Addi-
tion.al insertions of same ad take lower
ratc. To eliminate bookkeeping, all ads
mnust be paid for at timne of first insertion.
FOR SALE
GAS STOVE FOR SALE Large,
able top, good condition. Will
sell for $50. Call Frank lHannon.
phone 37. lc
OUTBOARD MOTOR -5 h.p. S a-
king, excellent condition; 565. In-
quire at St. Joe Bar. 1-16tfV'
SCRAP ALUMINUM sheeting. Call
at Creech Laundry. 1-9tt

RECORDS! RECORDS!
WE 'NOW HAVE IN STOCK
I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf
kClover-Uptown Swing Band.
-Waltz of the Wind--Clyd- Moody.
I'm 'My Own. Grandma-Jo Stafford.
Beg Your Pardon-Denning Sister=.
In a- Little Book Shop-Guy Lom-
bardo.
:Micky-Ted Wee'ms.
Keep Your. Man At Home-Sher-
mnan Williams.


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
SEE US WHEN BUYING OR
SELLING REAL ESTATE
TNWO BEDROOM HOUSE on Long
Avenue. L' rgc rooms, garage.
screieu porch. Owner leaving town
and house ,will l)e available with-
in a lew days. See us for details.
-'W\)O-PEROOM H-OUSE to sell at
$i1O0. You mmy buy equity and
assume FHA morte;age.
TWO-il DROOM HOt TSE complele-
Sly furnishlied, with 871/2 ft. front-
age on Long Avenue.
WE HAVE JUST HAD the T. II.
Godwin place on 12th Street list-
e.d with us. See us at once if in-
lerested.
LARGE 3-BE'DROO'M HOUSE on
First Street in Highland View.
Priced to sell for onlY $2000.00.
Has running water. 'bath and
electricity.
ONE OF THE NICEST 2,bedroom
houses in Bayview Heights. This
is the former LeGrone place,. To
sell reasonatile.
BEAiCH COTTAGES-One at Bea-
con Hill and one at Yon's Addi-
tion to Beacon Hill. Both are
good buys.


LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, Akts of
1941, the undersigned persons intend to
register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
the first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under which
rhiy will be engaged in business and in which
il Business is to be carried on, to-wit:
H ROOKS ,1 I'-tih.IN( (GOODS, Port St. Joe,
.'l rid:. First publication I'eb. 210. 114S.
D)AN J. BROOKS, Jr.
n 2-1"2 .1OE 1'. IBROOKS.


NOTICE
The registration books will be
open in each district Crom February
2 until March 1. 194S, for register-
ing the electors of Gulf county for
the coming primnarie.-.
Precincts Nos. 1 and 2, East and
West \\'eiwhitclhka- At tile court
house; Mrs. C. G. Rish.
Precinct No. 3. Overstreet-T. J.
Kinard; at his home.
Precinct No. 4,. Dalheith-Mrs;.
Belle Cumbie; at her home.
Precinct No. 5, Highland Vie.w-
W. H. VWeeks; a.t his store.
Preciinct No. 6. White. City-Mrs.
'eorge H. I l'rper; at sore.
l'recinct No. 7, Kenney's Mill-
Vars. Ivey Williams.
Precinct No. S. North Port St.
io---M rs. E. C. Priidgeoni Jr.; at her
Pr-cinci No. 9. South Port St. Joe
-Mrs. ov Ciaslkin: at lher home.
MRiS. C. 0. RISIT.
1-30 2-20 County Registrar.
.;NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in the County Judg 's Court, Gulu
County. Flreida. IN PROBATE.
In ire. Estate of TROY JONES,
deceased.
All creditors of the estate of Troy
Jones, deceased, are hereby notified
and required to file any claims or
demands which they may have
against said estate, in the office of
bhe County Judge of Gulf County,


Florida, in the courthouse in We- torney. or it will become void ac-
wahitchka, Florida, within eight (8) cording to law.
calendar months from the date of February 16th, 1948.
the first publication of this notice,
each claim or demand must be in JEANETTA E. JONES,.
writing and must state the place of Administratrix of the estate of
residence and postoffice address of Troy Jones, deceased.
th'e. claimant and, mus be sworn to First publication on February 20,
by the claimant, his agent or his at- 1948. 2-20 3-12


ABSTRACTS OF TITLE


REAL ESTATE LOANS


REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
M. P. TOMLINSON


Costin Building


Telephone 364


Car* Come In and See
THE NEW GULF TIRE
'-'. Our Specialty-Wash, Polish and Wax
.Good Gulf. Gas, Oils and Grease
GULF SERVICE STATION


MEET YOUR
FRIENDS
AT *

LeHARDY'S BAR


c3"IKey to
SudceSc


COMPLETE SERVICE
WE HANDLE ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE
FIRE LIFE CASUALTY BONDS
We recommend fire insurance because its easy to start a fire
.BUCK ALEXANDER


iBrazil-Carmen Cavallero.
I Can't Get Started--Bunny Berigan FRANK HANNON
Shine--Frankie Laine. Registered Real Estate Broker
- Album of the Week ---- Office: St. Joe Motor Co. Phone 37
'ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE"
Carmen. Cavallero HELP WANTED MALE
LEARN WHILE YOU EARN!
EAR THEM AT Save Up to .2.000 In 3 Years!
ST. JOE FURNITURE & Here's an opportunity for air-
A PIN rr ^minded youlirg men that ca:ninot be
APPLIANCE CO. duplicated anywhere, else in the
world! If you want to learn to fly,
A T and are qualified, you can become
-N an Aviation Cadet. earn your Second
SATURDAY, FEB. 21 10 A. M. Lieutenant's commission, and be as-
TYNDALL .FIELD signed pilot duty with the. United
10 Mi. S. E. Panama City on Rd. 98 States Air Force.
Approximately 40 buildings will be To qualify, you must bhe between
sold for cash. AS IS WHERE IS. the ages of 20 and 261/, years, un-
Z2x96. 2 stories; 23x66, 2 stories: 'married, mentally .and physically
210x96, pre-abs; 20x40, prefads; fit, and have completed two years
-tables, 10 boiler and heater plants, of college, or pass an examination
30 Wan morning stoves, large vats indicating the equivalent thereof.
)r watering troughs, switch boxes Tie next Avtialn Cadet' Pilot
rand wiring, miscellaneous items. Training Class opens March 1st.
-Inspection may be made prior toIN OWV is the time to submit you?
sale betweenn 9 a. in..al.d 5 p..an. ,by application,! Get full details at your
.contacting D. G. Walesiby, Marie nearest U. S. Army and U. S. Air
Motel, or C. B. Kelly at Tyndall Force Recruiting Station, located at
_Field. No red tape, just pay for 210 Harrison Avenue. Panama Citv,
them a-nd they are yours. Sale will Florida. R.cruiter is in Port St.
e held rain or shine. This sale is Joe at pps'tolf-fice every Friday.
mnot being conducted by the govern-
nient,'but by a .private firm. SALESMEN WANTED
Sale Conducted By
NATIONAL SALES, Inc. WANTED Reliable man to sue-
'P. 0. Box 1391 Tampa, Florida Ceeda D. Ellis as Dealer in Gulf
Local office: 0: G. Walesiby, Marie County. 1500 families. Experience
A-lotel, Pananma City, Fla. 1p not necessary. Fine opportunity to
____ste' into old profitable business,
SPECIAL SERVICES where Rawloigh Products have been
Sold for 25 -years. Big profits. Prod-
'BACK AGAIN! H. D. Hipple, expert aicets furnished on credit. Nearby
sewing machine repairing. Fac-i Dealer Addison making sales of over
tory experience. Reasonable prices. $100 week. Write Rawleigh'i-s, Dept.
NO RACKET. Phone 125-W. 1' FAB-1010-162, MVl.mphis, Tenn. 27'
See us for that (welding job. We FOR RENT
fix what you break. Martin's Fixit .._... ___
'Shop. Phone'94. 2-27 ROOM FOR RENT--Rooml with
,private balh and gas heat. Sec
,GUEST CHECKS- (100 to pad). Mrs. Robert Bellows. 13-20c
Large, $6 pea, 100 pads: 10 pads,
75c. Small, $5 per 100 pads; 10 for FOR RENT-4-room furnished cot-
10c. Also onionskin "COPY" second tage at B -acon Hill. Contact Mrs.
sheets. $2.25 per package of 1000 P. G. Hart, P. 0. Box 97.3, Port St.
(don't ask us to break a package). Joe, Fla. 2-27*
THE STAR. 10-24tf CONCRETE MIXER for rent, $5.00
FREE BOOKLET abound cancer Is per day. Spillers and Nichols,
yours for the asking. Simply send phone 83 or 304. 3-19*
nailne and acddRi'ess on a postcard to
American Cancer Society, 22 Ann APARTMENTS FOR RENT
St., New York 1, N. Y. tf_____ FOR APARTMENTS See The
Let us repair that broken piece of Shirey Apartments. tf
furniture for you. Martin's Fixitj
Shop. Phone. 94. 2-27* LODGE NOTICES
T LR MASONIC TEMPLE F &"A M-
TRAIR ___ Port St. Joe Lodge 111. Regular
DON'T BUY A HOUSE TRAILER, t meetings 2nd and 4th Fri-
.. ,e - I or,\- days each month, 8:00 p. nt.
Until you hale seen the Superior Members urged to attend;
and Glider; also good used traders visiting brothers welcome. Fennon
iat Red Dot Trailer Sales, on ULi. S Talley, W. M.; G. C. Adkins, Sec.
'98-E. Harder',s Trailer Court, Pan-.
ama City. Fla. 2-131 | SAMARITAN LODGE NO. 40, 1. 0.
CASH TERMS TRADE O0. F.-Meets every Wednesday'
-- night at 8 o'clock in Masonic hall.
All members urged to attend; visit-
Tr ds e reSUlts'ing brethren invited. Claude Strick-
land, N. G.; W. C. Forehand, Sec.


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these are days of high egg prices.
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high production.



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-LAYENA LA help y hlpy ens lOUr l 1he
a ^' ... ,of big eggs. Choose
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' heavy milking after
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For Pigs...
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