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VOLUME V PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942 NUMBER 30
Owens Urges All
Get Sugar Books
Schools To Be Dismissed For Two
Days To Give Registrars More
Time to Devote to Work
,Superintendent of Schools Tom f
Owens, who will be in charge of
registration for rationing books. in
'Gulf county next Monday through .
Thursday, asks that everyone, who
possible can do so to register on0 .
Monday or Tuesday, May 4 and 5, -
a. no school will be held on those -'
two days in order to give the'
teachers, who will act as regis-
trars, more time to devote to each ,
individual. I Photo shows an anti-ta
All persons. living in Port St. Joe fore the arrival of the
proper, Beacon Hill, Kenney's Mill, I Japs for three months
Highland View, Oak Grove and I pictures to arrive from
White City will register at the
Port St. Joe high school. Colored' -
folks in all these sections will Lewis Praised
register at the colored school in
this cityi By Labor
Co-operation of everyone in
.registering Monday and Tuesday Hill Says Record of Re
is urged and everyone is reminded Hill Says Record of Re
tire Is Well Known to
that each individual-must have a
rationing book in order to pur- ig People of Flor
chase sugar. One member of the
family may register and secure E. C lay Lewis Jr., repr
ration books for all members ofa in the state legislature fi
ration books for allmembers of, a county who is seeking re
family. countywho s seeking r
.family. M n- -1
THEY HELD OUT UNTIL THE LAST
ank company of the U. S. Army in Bataan as they h',ld their positions be-
oncoming Japanazis. Men like these held up the advance of the onrushing
before they collapsed from lack of sleep and disease. This is one of the last
Bataan and has the official sanction of the war department for release.
at Melt A Eorttidh primharies next
Tuesdav. and whoh hag, 646blished
Apttn T wa............... .........
Spotting Tower an enviable record in the legisla
. A tive halls in regard to measures
Arouses I tereSt affecting, ie working people, has
-received' the following letter fron
Leo H. Hill, president of the Flor.
Speculation Rife Among Beholders ida Federation of Labor':
As to Use of Structure ."Dar Mr. Lewis-Recently I
Being Built mailed you a, copy of the 1941
Legislative Report of the Flor-
Much speculation as to just ida Federation of Labor. The
what the airplane spotting tower report, you will note, only
being erected adjacent to The Star' briefly comments on the activity
office is to be used for has been of our frientlis, and in view of
heard about town this week. This, I am taking this opportunity
Those "in the know" have whis- to. express my deep appreciation
pered that the 6x6 timbers, already for your kind and sympathetic
in place are test pilings put up in understanding of labor's prob-
preparation for the erection of a Ims and ybur whole-hearted
huge rayon mill. Others speak support in their behalf.
knowingly of "oil interests" pre- "Certainly, your one hundred
paring to put down a test well, per cent labor record is affec-
while still others state that the tionatelyi known to the laboring
county seat is to be moved to Port people of Florida, and is deserv-
St. Joe and that a new court ing of every., consideration in
house will go up in the block. their future selection of Hbuse
All of which is quite. interesting representation
and shows just how utfoun~ed ru- "With bost wishes for success
mors get .started, but, as was and kindest personal regards, I
stated last week in The Star, the am, Sincerely,
structure is' merely a 30-foot LEO H. HILL, President."
watch tower for the use of the __---__ ----
local airplane spotting unit. ., TIRE QUOTA FOR MAY
Work has not been progressing I
as rapidly as anticipated .n the. IS MOSTLY RETREADS
tower, and more. volunteer work-
men are needed to complete it. Basil E. Konney. chairman ot
The airplane spotting unit is the the Gulf county rationing board, in
most important in the defense announcing the tire quota for May
council set-up, for around it re- stated, that the majority of tires
volves the action of all the other allowed are retreads, and asks that
units in case of actual emergency. those applying Tor tires take re-
*Several more observers are yet treads instead of new tires.
needed to make up the unit, par- Two new passenger car tires
ticularly women, and anyone, de- are available, with 11 retreads and
siring to act as an observer is re- six tubes. Thirty new truck tires
quested to contact W. S. Smith, are allotted, with 45 retreads and
chief observer, at The Star office. 40 tubes.
The job takes, but two hours once 1 "For the month of April we, had
a week, is not at all strenuous and two times as many truck tires as
requires no special training, were available in our quota," said
____ __ Mr. Kenney. "For the month of
May we have many more truck
Miss Schneider to Receive Degree May we have many more truck
Miss Schneider to Receive Degree retreads in our quota than during
Miss Amelia Schneider of this .,
i, t A ,,r~~ti en thie Florida. April."
city, a stuen a
State College for Women, Talla-
hassee, will receive her Bachelor
of Arts degree on May 25 when 294
students, the largest group in the
history of the college will receive
Jimmie McNeill Visits Mother
Jimmie McNeill of Georgia Mili-
tary Academy spent several days
last week in the city visiting his
mother, Mrs. J. T. McNeill.
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Released By Chairman George Snowden
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'With the conclusion of the fifth
two-hour class on civil defense
first aid Wednesday night, April
22, approximately 125 members of
the Gulf County Defense Council
and Defense Corps became eligible
for recognition in accordance with
national civil defense requirements.
Arragments are being made to ob-
tain arm- bands and- lapel buttons
for those who have completed
their training. As soon as the ma-
terial is received, T. V. Morris,
co-ordinator of Gulf county defense
training, expects to have a public
meeting at which time ceritficates
of training, arm bands, etc., will
be award. d, Announcement of this
Six Teams Will Play Two Games
Three Days Each Week, Tues.
days, Fridays and Sundays
The first games of the softball
league were played Tuesday eve-
ning at Centennial Field with the
Orangemen taking the Champs. by
a 5 to 4 score and the Kenney Mill
team defeating the Pulp Mill boys
17 to 0. Tonight the Orangemen
m, et the Pulp IMij and tho Tow .
Team plays the -Champs. .
In the following' schedule of
games furnished us by Tom Colde-
wey, the first two teams play at
6:30 p. m. and the last two at 9:30
p. m. The Sunday games will be
played in the afternoon:
May 1- Orangemen vs. Pulp
public gathering will be made in Mill; ToWvn 'Team vs. Champs.
due course. May 3-Pulp Mill vs. Town
Memb rs of the council and
corps. who have so patiently and
willingly attended the courses are
to be highly commended, and the
citizens of our county and city
who for one reason or another ars
not members-of thedefense corps
owe the volunteers a debt of grat-
itude and thanks for their efforts
in building uqp and preparing fo.
an efficient and capable defense
Lt ose wh o have complete
their training have a right to fe i
p'oucd of their accomplishment.
After the many classes of instruc-
ti-tn. each and every man and wo-
man who is a member of the
council or corps should more than
ever realize th( importance ol
their undertaking and they should
contmnu. to prepare themselves?
through home study of handbooks
supplied by the council for the job
which at any time may fall upon
With completion of the baste
courses, each group will begin ad-
vanced training which, when com-
pleteds, will qualify the volunteer
for a first-class rating. These ad-
vanced training classes .will bt
under the direction of Co-ordinator
Morris and will be handled by the
chief or by one or more of his as-
sistants in each individual group.
The council wishes to take this
opportunity of expressing its
thanks to the many instructors
who so capably handled th e
courses under their supervision.
To the memb'-rs of the first aid
training group, the council wishes
to express its particular thanks,
and while Floyd Hunt directed the
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Team; Orangemen vs. Kenney.
May, 5-Champs vs. Pulp Mill:
Kenncy Mill vs. Town Team.
'May 8-Town Team vs. Orang&-
men; Kenney Mill vs. Champs.
May 12-Champs vs. Orangemen;
Pulp Mill vs. K,.nney Mill.
May 15-Orangemen vs. Pulp
Mill; Town Team vs Champs.
SMay 17T-Pulp Mill vs. Town
T'niT m: O:ange en vs. Kenney.
M)y 19-Champs vs. Pulp Mill;
K uney Mill vs. Town Team.
May 22---Town Team vs. Or-
angemen; Kenney Mill vs. Champs.
GASTON L. DICKENS IS
PROMOTED TO CAPTAIN
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Dickens this
week received notice of the pro-
Pipeline From St.
Joe to East Coast
Edwards and Ball Will Go To
Washington To Confer With
Learning from press dispatches
that plans were being discussed in
Washington for means of solving
the gasoline and oil shortage on
the east coast and that tentative
plans were for construction of a
pipeline from some point on the
Gulf, W. T. Edwards immediately
got in touch with Congressman
Joe Mansfield' to inform him of
the present facilities in Port St
Joe and making an appointment
for himself and Edwardl Ball to
confer with him next Monday.
Mr. Ediwards, in his telegram to
Mansfield, pointed out that Port
St. Joe, has ample deepwater docks,
pumping facilities, storage tanks
and railroad facilities whidh are
connected with the intracoastal
watJrway by the Gulf county
canal, making all these facilities
available to barges as well as
He stated that a pipeline from
this city to Jacksonville could be
constructed quickly with a mini-
mum of terrain apd right-of-way
difficulties, and that Jacksonville
already has ample, storage facili-
ties in the matter of tanks,- and
docks for both tankers and'barges
for transportation north and south.
by 'rafl, iitn.tracoastal canAl, eF dee .
Mr.'Edwards'stated thlt petinMg M
construction of the proposed barge
canal across Florida, present rail-
road facilities between Port St.
Joe and Jacksonville and the pro-
posed pipeline wouTa come nearly
meeting, the present emergency
than any other possible method.
If such a linj could be built,
a large number of tankers which
are not now in use on the Atlantic
coast could be brought into the
Gulf to transport oil and. gasoline
from Texas to this city for trans-
shipment via the pipeline, thus
eliminating the submarine menace.
St. Joe Lumber
Has Been Manager of Concern
Since It Was -Formed Some
Four Years Ago
C. .A. Soderberg this week took
over the. St Joe Lumber company
at Highland View which has been
operated by 0. U. Parker and
Mr. Soderberg, who has been
manager of this concern since it
motion of their son, Gaston L. was formed, four and a half years
Dickens, to the rank of captain in ao. states that he will continue to
the army. The- promotion is retro-
active to February 1.
Captain Dickens graduated from
the University of Florida in 1937,
receiving an A.B. degree In chemi-
cal engineering. He also took ad-
vanced military training and re-
ceived the commission of second
lieutenant when graduating He
was called to active duty August
26, 1941, and is now stationed at
Camp Gordon, Georgia, with the
give the same satisfactory service
in future that the public has come
to expect from this firm.
INOCULATION OF DOGS IS
ORDERED BY FREEMAN
This issue of The Star carries
a notice from Chief of Police M.
O. Freeman stating that a member
of the police department will be
at the city hall between the hours
-_ of 11 a. m. and 4 and 5 p. m. from
SMay 4 to 8, inclusive, for the pur-
To Leave For Blountstown
pose of inoculating dogs for
(Mr. and Mrs. E. Wester and rabies and' issuing dog licenses.
family expect to leave today for All dogs found without a license
Blountstown to make their home. and inoculation identification after
Mr. Wester is employed by the May 8 will .be taken up and dis-
Southeastern Pipeline corporation, posed of according to law.
The Hamme Newananor nf Narthw"k Plnr;An'. IP.itivr- r-#.-
PAG T HS P SJ G UT
U. S. To Put Lid
On Most Prices,
Federal Padlock Forged During
March Will Apply On Shopping
List After May 18th
A government padlock forged in
March will be placed on the price
of viituallyl every article that ap-
pears on Port St. Joe's shopping
list on May 18.
In a sweeping order Tuesday,
Price Moogul Leon Henderson an.-
nounced that prices would be held
to their highest March levels and
he estimated, the universal price
ceiling would. knock retail costs
about 3 per cent below today's
levels. That is the amount of in-
crease shown by April indices.
But they still will bu about 13 per
cent above August, 1939.
The government's stop-rise or-
*dor will be aimed at such "cost of
living" items as tobacco, meats,
canned goods, clothing and pack-
aged. household drugs. Port St Joe
housewives should find from 60 to
75 per cent of all-foods back at
March costs when the universal
ceiling takes effect in local stores
on May 18.
SAll Port St. Joe, merchants will
be required, after that date, to post
public lists of the ceiling prices on
"cost-of-living" items, and house-
wives who work on a budget sys-
tem can got "'back in the groove"
again when it comes to allotting
hubby's paycheck to the various
All stores and wholesalers sell-.
ing products covered by the ceil-
ing automatically will be licensed:
by the government, and after one
warning. OPA, through court ac-
tion, may have a violator's license
.Eggs, milk products, (except
EVENING FIRE ON FORMER NORMANDIE
b1^^ol I .. "-^-,^-- -. "-- ,-. "-.
This is the third fire on the Normandiie since fire destroyed her
on February 9. Firemlen had to use acetylene torches to open
the steel plates on the side of thb. capsized liner and as soon as
the holes w.re made, thousands of gallons of water were poured
into her. The former French li
Lafayette and was to be a troop-t
milk .and ice cream) fresh vege-
talbles, flour, mutton and lamb,
live animals, fresh fish and sea-
food, game and used-automobiles
are among the few items specific-
ally exempted from the ceiling.
"Services" not affected include
prices charged by barlbers and
beauty shops, professional fees, in-
surance andi underwriting pre-
miums, wages; public utility rates
Accompanying the general price
order were 15 separate schedules
establishing, maximums for vari-
ous products and commodities-
ranging from bituminous coal and
gasoline to newsprint and farm
equipment which OPA declared
required special pricing treatment.
Some' people think it is easier
to sit around and talk than to
stand Ap and fight.
ner had been niailmed the U.S.S.
STEEL OUTPUT JUMPS
The steel industry continues to
operate, at close to capacity, and
capacity is constantly being in-
creased. Last month, over 7,000,-
000 tons of steel were. produced.
The average weekly production in
recent weeks has been close to
563 MEN REGISTER
The local selective service board,,
announces that 563 men registered i
in Gulf county during the 4.5 to
65 year registration.
Spend. Week-End In Alabama.
SMr. and Mrs. B. F. Hunt and
granddaughter were week-end visi-
tors in Fayette, Ala.
The girl who is as sour as a
l'mon stands small chance of get-
B. E. Kenney Off To the Races
Basil E. Kenney left this week
to attend the Kentucky Deriby at
Louisville, Ky. This makes Mr.
Kenney's 37th consecutive viewing
of the Derby and he's prouder of
that record than a kid with a new
toy. He was. accompanied by his
mother, who returned to her home
in Frankfort after visiting here for
Joins Naval Reserve
A. T. Thamesi Teff Monday for
Pensacola to enter the naval re-
Mrs. Patty Lovett and daughter
visited Sunday in Bl'ountstown
with Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Morton.
Subject to Democratic Primary
Your Vote and Support Will Be
Theo. T. Turnbull
of Monticello, Florida
Justice of Supreme Court
He is thoroughly competent.
An experienced lawyer
A native-born Floridian
Honest'- Fair Impartial..
Theo. T. Turnbull
He ,will appreciate your support
(Paid for.9ly Fr.ends of Tiff Turhbull)
r~~-" --,-~e RI'--,,,rsa~B~~4C-~~ --" I~ISOI
WhAq1k Sg jQmo
Your Vote Will Be Appreciated
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FRIDAY, MAY. 1 1942':
THE STAR, PORT'ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
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It makes no difference to a wo-
man if a man is dissipated, as
?long as his bank account isn't.
$9 This Year Only
Purchases What $5
All of America's best parking Bought Duri '41
space is where it isn t needed.
Savings, Up More Than $9,000,.
000,000, Declared Insufficient
STo Check U. S. Inflation
It took $9 in February to buy the,
)Y 'same amount of goods that $5
bought a year ago. But in spite of
When Acid Indigestion, Gas os
Stomach or Heartburn make you
feel uncomfortable or embarrass
you, try Alka-Seltzer, which con-
tains alkalizing buffers and so
helps counteract the associated
Excess Stomach Acidity.
But the relief of these minor
stomach upsets is only a small
.part of what you can expect
Alka-Seltzer to do for you. You
will find it effective for Pain Re-
lief in Headache, Neuralgia, Colds
anrd Muscular Aches and Pains.
It contains a analgesic, (sodium
acetyl salicylate), made more
prompt and effective in its pain-
relieving action by alkaline buffer
When hard work or strenuous
exercise make you feel tired and
dragged out, enjoy the refresh-
ing effect of a glass of sparkling
At Drug Stores In packages and
at drug stoe soda fountains by the
DO YOU WART A BABY?
New Vitamin Combiouton Bd Ho.
t Childless Homes
Nothing equals a baby to brig cor.
plete unity and happiness into the home
and tie husband and wife- together in a
stronger bond of enduring love and na.
tual interest. Divorce is rare in the homes
pf couples that have children
Unhappy wives, childless due to relieve-
able functional weakness may now enjoy
the desires and activity of Nature's most
wonderful creation-a normal, fully-de.
Veloped, vigorous woman. A sensational
new vitamin treatment specifically for
women may be just the thing needed by
the childless wife and quickly bring the
happiness of a baby in the home. It is,
of course, absolutely harmless.
,If you are childless due to functional
:weakness and lack normal vigdr-if you
wish to eliminate one of the great causes
of unhappy marriages, by all means try
Perlex for one week. To introduce this
new vitamin combination to a million
women quickly, the Perlex Company,
1207 Southern Bldg., Chicago, Illinois,
will send a full $2.00 supply for only $1.00
.-and a few cents postage. Send no money
-just your name and address. Perlex
comes in a plain wrapper-directions are
very simple and no diet or exercise is
required. Write today as this offer is
inflated prices Americans saved,
twice, as much.
The department of commerce at
Washington revealed this week
that national income has increased
so rapidly that individuals. saved
at an annual rate of $18,500,000,000
last February compared with a
rate of $9,200,000,000 in February
The increase in savings was at-
tributedto the growing scarcity of
coosumers' durable. goods, antici-
pation of higher taxes, increased
purchases of war bonds and to the
indication that "the volume, or
spending to some extent has been
held in check by consumer resist-
ance to rising prices."
Consumer expenditures increased
in February to an annual rate of
$79,100,000,00, o r $7,100,000,000
more than in February of last
year. In terms of the average pur-
chasing power of one dollar in the
1935-39 period, however, the valuv
of goods bought decreased from
an annual rate of $71;400,000,000
The department stated that the
rate of saving 'by individuals has
been accelerating for the last six
months, but warned that it alone
was not sufficient to check infla-
tion. It pointed out that, despite
the Increase in voluntary savings,
the excess consumer income' still
presents a major threat of infla-
Thrills, In Color
Film At the Port
Story of Bahamas In Technicolor
Will Play Here Sunday
A love story told in some of the
most beautiful Technicolor ever
seen on the screen will come to
the Port theatre Sunday and Mon-
day in "Baharma Passage."
The story is the story of life. on
the salt-producing island of Salt
Cay, a tiny, sparsely populated
five-miledong bit :of land isolated
in the. Atlantic, Ocean. Only hal.'
a dozen white people control the
privately-owned island of several
hundred native black who work at
the manufacture and' shipment of
Against this background is toluo
an intensely exciting love story.
Madeline Carroll, a girl who has
been around, comes with ner ra-
ther to the island, which is owned
'r- stirling Hayden. son o'f a neu-
Hayden, who didn't want them
there in th" first place, is as un-
friendly as. he can be to Madeline
and her father. But she, far from
being discouraged, falls in love
with him. When she learns he has
a wife on the mainland, Madeline
NATIONAL FRATERNAL WEEK
MAY 4TH TO 9TH
Special Group Plans for Lodges, Hospitals
and Surgery Benefits
WE WANT 100 NEW MEMBERS FOR THE
PORT ST. JOE LODGE OF THE
Union Life Insurance Association
Write Your Name and Age To
A. S. BRANDT,
P. O. BOX 903
PANAMA CITY, FLA.
understands his avoidance of her
but it doesn't change, her determi-
nation to make him love her. Hay-
den hasn't a chance. The first time
swimming with him in
Bahama waters, you'
sunk. You know it and
Madeline knows It; it takes a few
hundred exciting feet more until
Hayden knows it-but when he
does, thel combustion is terrific!
Medical science says onions act
upon the nerves. And that's not
the. half of It.
BOARD ENDS RUMORS
Realizing that loose war talk
may upset employes in the plant,
one war factory devised a rumor
board: and placed it in the shop.
Now, when a worker repeats. a ru-
mor, his fellow wOrkers tell him
to write it on the. Rumor Board
and sign his' name. In most cases,
that ends, the rumor.
With the sale of bath tubs pro-
hibited, it looks like the, ol' swim-
ming hole will come into its own
VOTING PLACE AT
PRECINCT 8 MOVED
Due .to the fact that Command-
er's store at Highland View does
not have the necessary space-
available, the: polling place in that
precinct for the election next
Tuesday has been moved to the
Christiansen store building across
Boys will be boys and girls will
POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING DISTRICT THREE
E. CLAY LEWIS, JR.
AS YOUR REPRESENTATIVE IN
He Has Always Been For
The Following Letter Plainly States His Actions On This
Important Matter- No Promises Are Necessary.
He Will Continue to Work for the Best Interests of All
FLORIDA FEDERATION OF LABOR
Affiliated With American Federation of Labor
OFFICE OF LEO H. HILL, President
IN CHARGE OF LEGISLATION
April 21, 1942
Honorable E. Clay Lewis, Jr.,
Member, House of Representatives
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Mr. Lewis:
Recently I mailed you a copy of the 1941 Legislative Report
of the Florida Federation of Labor. The report, you will note, only
kind and sympathetic understanding of labor's problems and your
briefly comments on the activity of our friends, and in view of this, I
am taking this opportunity to express my deep appreciation for your
whole-hearted support in their behalf.
Certainly, your one hundred per cent labor record is affection-
ately known to the laboring people of Florida, and is deserving of
every consideration in their future selection of House representation.
With best wishes for success, and kindest personal regards,
.LHH:cs LEO H. HILL, President.
E. CLAY LEWIS, JR.
Experience Is a Needed Quality Now
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FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUN.TYP rLORIOA
FRIDAY, MAY 1,' 1942
.A.E.......THE.STA...PORT.ST..JO., GULF COUNTY,FLORIDA
Published Every Friday at Port St. Joe, Fla.,
by The Star Publishing Company
W. S. SMITH, Editor
Entered as Second-class matter, December 10,
1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Florida,
undet .Act ot March 3, 1879.
:Subscription Invariably Payable In Advance
'One Year........$2.00 Six Months......$1.00
-f Telephone 51 J<-
The spoken word is given scant attention;
the printed word is thoughtfully weighed.
The spoken word barely asserts; the printed
word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
is lost; the printed word remains.
Our Country Right or Wrong
DON'T FORGET YOUR SUGAR CARD
Beginning next Monday and continuing
-through Thursday every resident of Port
St. Joe will be required to register and get
a sugar rationing card. If you fail to get
your card it will be just too bad, for you
won't be able to get any sugar unless you
are the- possessor of a card.
Registration will take place at the schools
and citizens are asked to co-operate with the
local rationing board by applying for their
_cards within the allotted time. Also, they are
expected' to conduct themselves as patriots
and when they apply declare voluntarily and
accurately the amount of sugar they have
on hand. Bear in mind that the board nas
-authority to investigate cases where deliber-
ate sugar hoarding is suspected, and that in
'such instances those found guilty will b'e
liable to a severe jail sentence and fine.
Well, at least the big metropolitan daily
-newspapers are reaping-a harvest from the
-patent expose brought up in congress. The
-big concerns involved are taking full-page
advertisements in dailies all over the nation.
Looks sorta like they might be guilty of the
'charges being brought against them.
Turnip greens used to taste pretty good to
-us, but since they've discovered vitamins in
'em we've lost our hankering for them.
RAIDS ON JAPAN BRING NEW HOPE
The daring daylight raids on the principal
Japanese cities have brought new hope, new
resolve, to all the United Nations. For the
first time the war has been taken straight
home to the heart of the enemy. The Japan-
ese people have at last had a taste of what
death and destruction from the skies is like.
And, vitally important, these raids are the
forerunners of great things to come.
Japan's weakest point is her industrial
areas. They are concentrated in a relatively
small number of localities. Her cities' suburbs
are spotted with vital aircraft, munitions and
other war plants. Out of those plants come
the supplies which make it possible for her
to maintain her ever-lengthening lines ot
conquest. Out of her shipyards come the
ships to replace the vessels sunk or put out
of action by United Natiions' warcraft. De-
stroy a large part of these industrial instal-
lations-and Japan's capacity to wage war
and to consolidate her victories will be ended.
Up in Wisconsin they've made it an honor
to work on the "graveyard shift" in war pro-
duction plants by calling it the "MacArthur
shift." It is said that workers are eager to
make the shift now instead of being discon-
tented with the 11 p. m. to 7 a. m. hours as
in the past.
Fire defense training is one of the most
essential phases of our local civilian defense
effort, and those who fail to participate in
it are shirking their duty to their community
and their nation.
Seasoned troops, according to an authority,
are those who have been- mustered by the
sergeant and peppered by the enemy.-Titus-
The delightful thing about being poor is
that it requires little or no work to get that.
There's a lot of "inside stuff" going
around these days, but in our opinion the best
inside stuff is pie filling.
Keep smiling-and buy Defense Bonds!
Why will a woman buy a $2.00
pair of full-length stockings and
The Low Down then roll them down below her
W illS Swamp Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS!
_Editor The Star:
IN CIRCUIT COURT, GULF
If you've got a crazy guy) trying' COUNTY, FLORIDA
to break into your house, you drop G. W. WHITE vs. EFFIE WHITE.
everything and devote your time To Effie White.:
Notice is hereby given that suit
to Iputtin' a quietus on him. You has been filed against you in the
-don't mess around and expect him above-styled cause, the nature of
to wait while you finish painting' the suit is divorce, and' you are
the kitchen screen or get shaved, hereby required to appear to said
i suit on the 4th day of May, 1942,
This is all popping' into my head at the, Court House in Wewa-
on account of the way we're not hitchka, Florida, to plead, answer
dropping' tom-tit social experiments or otherwise defend, the same,.and
'and such, while Japan kicks and in default thertof a decree will
be entered against you upon the
fumes and threatens our neck with matters and things set forth in the
a long-handled cutlass. It's like Bill of Complaint filcd in said
:that old "fly up the creek" Mr. cause.
Byrd of Virginia says. Cut out, he This order to be published once
each week for four consecutive
.says, 2000 million in cash planned reels in The Star, a weekly news-
to be. spent on hazy domestic ven- paner published in said County.
tures versus on machine guns and Witness my hand and official
dynamite. What we need now is seal this 30th day of March, 1942.
syoti(Seal) rJ. R. HUNTER,
shooting' irons. 4-3 5-1 Clerk of Circuit Court.
I 'ain't got nothing' agin Mr. Byrd
on account of calling' him a "fly NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS
up the creek." Any good VirginianI Notice is -hereby given that a
is the same. They git the name representative of the Police De-
is the sam h it th name apartment will be at the City Hall
from a bird ,that always. flies up- between the hours of 11:00 A. M.
.stream-never down. I ain't never land 12:00 M. and ':00 and 5:00
figgered out how they git down P. M. from May, 4th to 8th in-
the creek in order to fly up i. elusive, for the purpose of in.ocu-
lating dogs for rabies and issuing
Yours with the low down, Dog Licenses amounting to $L50
JO SERRA. for each dog for the year 1942.
~No charge will be made for at-
An ele'tfic signal hookup has ministering inocualtion.
All dogs found in Port St. Joe
recently been perfected which after May 8th without license and
warns the pilot when an airplane inoculation identification will be
is flying through an atmosphere impounded and disposed of accord-
where ice may form on the wings. ing to laws and ordinances of the
City of Port St. Joe.
----------- M. O. FREEMAN,
BUY DEFENSE BONDS STAMPS,5 2-9 Chief of Police.
* Political *
All Announcements Must Be Paid For In
Advance At Time of Insertion
Paid Political Advertising
. **S* ** *****@g
I hereby announ(g myself as a
candidate for re-election as County
Commissioner from the Third Dis-
trict. I stand on my record as
embraced in the minutes of the
Board, and if re-elected I will en-
deavor to do my best for the in-
terests of all citizens of Gulf
County. Your support towards my
candidacy will be deeply appreci-
ROY B. WHITFIELD
DISTRICT 5 GULF COUNTY
I hereby announce my candi-
dacy for re-election to the office
of County Commissioner from Dis-
trict Five, subject to the will of
the voters of Gulf County at the
forthcoming Primaries, May 5. I
respectfully solicit your vote and
HARRY H. SAUNDERS
DISTRICT 5 GULF COUNTY
I hereby announce my candidacy
for Commissioner fronr District No.
5, subject to the action of the
Democratic voters in the May 5
primary. I submit my record as a,
businessman and taxpayer of this
District who has been interested
and active in community affairs
and who has a deep personal in-
terest in seeing that citizens of
this county get equal rights for
everyone. I will appreciate any
efforts you may put forth in my
W. C. ROCHE
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS
OF GULF COUNTY
I hereby announce my candidacy
for renomination as your Repre-
sentative in the Legislature. If
you feel that my past record, my
limited ability, and my experience
best qualifies me for the position,
then I will sincerely appreciate
your vote and support. On account
o? the shortage of tires, gasoline
and money, it may not be possible
to see all, but I shall, if re-elected,
serve you to the bestof my ability.
E.. CLAY LEWIS, JR,
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS
Feeling that my years of experi-
ence at sea qualify me for the po,
sition, I hereby announce my can-
didacy for Harbormaster of the
Port of Port St. Joej subject- to
the will of the voters at the May
5 primaries. If elected I will work
at all times for the best interests
of the people. I will sincerely ap-
preciate your support and vote.
DISTRICT NO. 1-GUL.F COUNTY
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of County
Commissioner, from District No. ,
Wewahitchka, subject to the *11il
of the voters in the May Primary.
If elected to this office I promr
ise that I will use my best knowl-
edge and ability to carry out the
will of the citizens and work for
the interests of the county as a
whole. ... .Your vote and
support will be appreciated.
ERNEST E. BRIDGES
THIS IS WAR!
POLITICS IS OUT!
DISTRICT 1 WEWAHITCHKA
In announcing my candidacy for
re-election to the office of County
Commissioner of District One, I
,point to my years'- of service to
the county on this board and be-
lieve that my record will warrant
your continued support towards'
this office. I will continue to work
for the best interests of all and
will be grateful for your vote and
W. R. CONNELL
I hereby respectfully announce
that I am a candidate for the of-
fice of Representative to the State
Legislature from Gulf County, and
earnestly solicit the vote of those
who wish a man to serve the peo-
ple. Your vote and influence wifl
be appreciated in the action of the
Democratic Primary on May 5th.
CHARLES C. WILSON
For State Attorney
TO THE VOTERS OF GULF
I am a candidate to succeed my-
self as State Attorney for the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida, subject to the action of the
Democratic Primary to be held
on May 5, 1942.
Your vote and influence will be
L. D. McRAE
I hereby announce my can-
didacy for Harbormaster of
the Port of Port St. Joe,
subject to the will of the
people at the May 5th Pri-
maries. Your support
and vote will be greatly
ALL FLORIDA IS TURNING
WILBUR C. KING
Of $Iardee County
The Producers' Candidate for
(Jerry Carter Group No. 2)
1. PEOPLE ARE WAKING UP
to the importance of this Commis-
sion, which deals with Rates and
Services of Railroads, Trucks,
Buses and Telephones.
2. PRODUCERS (they pay the
freight) NEED HIM. An active
Farmer, Citrus Grower, Merchant
-HE is the manto give Producers
Representation and fight for Rate
Reduction-which will leave more
money in Producers' pockets and
bring more Industries to our State
3. The people need a FIGHTER.
He has fought his way by Hard
Work, Common Sense and Persis-
tence. OF the people, he is FOR
the people-AND HE DOESN'T
4. HIS ENTIRE RECORD is one
of Unselfish Public Service, So-
berness, Fairness, Honesty and
5. As Railroad Commissioner he
will be on the job for the people
-and promises that, while in that
office, he will NOT run for any
6. Thru OLD friends-and NEW
ones, sold on his merits-
KING IS IN FRONT
He Will Deeply Appreciate
Your Vote and Active Support
For Railroad Commissioner
-Vote to Re-elect
AEUGENE S. MATTHEWS
He has a long record of able and efficient service as Railroad Com-
missioner and his broad knowledge of transportation and communication
problems is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of first
importance to the State. Vote for him and urge your friends and
acquaintances to do likewise.
I(Political advertisement paid for by supporters of Euqene S. Matthews)
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IF ANYBODY HAS-
Had a Fire
Sold a Farm
Been Your Guest
Started in Business
Left You a Fortune
Bought. a New Home
Swiped Your Chickens
Met With An Accident
Had a Visit From the Stork
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Ritz Theatre Building First Floor
PANAMA CITY, FLA.
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Women's Fine Handiwork
Sold On Commission
HAND PAINTINGS FOR
Madaleine E. Whitaker
Next to Cooper's Barber Shop
A FIGHT FOR
LIFE & LOVE! |
Our Gang News
The. regular study meeting of
the Baptist Missionary society was
held at the church Monday after-
noon with the Dorcas Circle in
charge and Mrs. Charles McClellan
as leader. The meeting opened
with song, "Light of the World Is
Jesus," followed, by the devotional
and a prayer by the leader.
The program for the afternoon
was developed by Mrs. Daisy Sta-
ten, Mrs. Kate Harrell, Mrs. W. C
Pridgeon, Mrs. Nick Kelly, Mrs.
M. G. Grogan, Mrs T. V. Morris,
Mrs. J. F. Miller and Mrs. E. B.
A short buisoess session was
held with Mrs. W. H. Howell pre-
siding, during which time, the ot-
fering was taken and reports were
heard from various committees. A
letter from Morris Fain was read,
after which the meeting was dis-
missed with prayer by Mrs. Lupo.
Mrs. Alva Hinckley of Apalachi-
cola was the guest this, week of
Mr. and Mrs. George Suber.
Mrs. L..L Zimmerman- and small
daughter Virginia, and Mrs. Em-
mette Daniels and small daughter
Patsy,. have returned to the city
after spending two weeks iq Birm-
.Mrs. Wilson Armstrong is ex-
pect:d to arrive tomorrow to join
her husband, who is employed by
the St. Joe Paper company.
Jur I -
TUESDAY, MAY 5
The Story of America
LANETA DAVIS, I
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES
R. F. Hallford, Pastor
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.
11:00 a. m.-Morning worship.
7:00 p. m.-B. T. U.
8:00 p. m. Evening worship.
Rev. O. D. Langston, Pastor
9:45 a. m.-Church school.
11:00 a. m.-Morning worship.
7:15 p. m.-Youth Fellowship.
8:00 p. m.-Evening worship.
The Woman's society meets
Monday at 3 p. m.
First Tuesday after first Sunday,
official board meeting.
Wednesday, 8 p. m., prayer and
Bible study. Choir practice.
r A A
,P.-T. A. ELECTS OFFICERS
IN LAST MEETING OF YEAR
The last regular meeting of the
Port St. Joe Parent-Teacher asso-
ciation was held in the higti
school auditorium Thursday eve-
ing ,of last week. The session
opened with the group repeating
the Lord's Prayer in unison, fol-
loweid by two delightful folk songs
by the pupils of Mrs. Roy; Evans.
The Boy Scouts, under the direc-
tion of Scoutmaster Tom Owens,
then marched into the auditorium
and dedicated the American flag
presented to the. school by the' as-
Prof. W. A. Biggart was the
speaker of thj evening, taking for
his topic "The Needs and Objec-
tives. of Our School." Prof. Biggart
brought out that pupils will bc
asked to register for the subjects
they expect to study next year be-
fore the closing of this year's
term, and that they will be. of-
fe'red! the service of a "guidance
counsellor"' in an attempt to help
.hem select a study course that
vill prepare, them for their life's
work. He urged parents to discuss
operate in aiding the children to
-he needs of th ) pupils and to co-
understand what they read. Plans
to correlate the studies rrom the
Eirs.t grade until the child gradu-
It 's are. underway, and the full
ao-operation and understanding o'
parents and pupils is necessary for
'he success of this progrossive
Superintendent Owelis praised
both the school leaders' and the
P.-T, A. workers for the progress
made during the' past year. He
told of the stress being placed on
"physical preparedness" iy the na-
ion and told! of plans of the state
board of education to have physi-
-al education carried out in every
school from the first through the
Mrs. T. V. Morris, presided dur-
ing the business session, with
Mrs. J. O. Baggett acting as sec-
itary. At this time the following
officers were elected by the. asso-
ciation to serve during the coming
vear: Mrs. E. Clay Lewis Jr.,
president; Mrs. Roy Evans., vfce-
president; Mrs. Franklin Jones,
secretary: Mrs. Basil E. Kenney
'Mrs. Roy Evans' room won the
attendance award, with, Mrs
Howell's room second.
Mrs. Charles Prftchett returned
:o the city Saturday after spending
a week in Ashford, Ala., visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Charles 0. Quinn
of Panama City were guests Sun-
day of Mr and Mrs. Gus.Creech.
Lamar Hardy spent last Friday
and Saturday visiting relatives in
E. L. Cutnhc.ons of Newville is'
exp-cted to arrive this afternoon
to spend several days in the city
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Officers of the American Luegion
Auxiliary were elected for the en-
suing year at a meeting of th., or-
ganization held last Friday at the
home of the president, Mrs. Ross
\ The nominating committee hat
sent out selective ballots, to the
members, and the two receiving
thl_ most votes for each office
were voted upon at Friday's
meeting. Results, were as follows:
Mrs. Madaleine E. Whitaker,
president; Mrs. Rubye Pridgeon,
vice-president; Mrs. Annie Cook,
secretary; Mrs. Mildred Johnson,
treasurer; Mrs. Sara Morgan, his-
torian; Mrs. Minnie Lupton, chap-
lain; Mrs. Winona Taunton, ser-
MRS. SMITH HOSTESS TO
Mrs. B. H. Smith was hostess
to Circle 1 of the Woman's. Society
for Christian Service of the Metn -
odist Church at her home' Monday
afternoon. The devotional was
given by Mrs. R. W. Smith, fol-
lowedi with a prayer for peac,..
After a short business meeting the
study for the afternoon, "The
Words of the Prophets," was given
by Mrs. R. A. Costin. Refreshi-
ments, wore served by the hostess
during the social hour. The next
meeting of this circle will b- held
with Mrs. D. B. Lewis.
BILLY COODY IS
HONORED WITH SUPPER
Honoring Billy Coodyi, who has
returned to his duties in the, army.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Lamar Hardy enter
tainted Thursday eveningg of last
week with -a supper at their ap.
artment on Long avenue. Those
invited were Mr. and Mrs. J. W
Jpnes .and small son Travis, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bruner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E George an-
nounce the arrival of a 9%1-pound
daughter, born Monday, April 27,
at a Panama City hospital. The
young lady has been named Pa-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Guest are
announcing tho arrival of a 7/2-
pound daughter at Dr. Norton's
clinic on Saturday, April 25. She
has been named Patricia Ann.
J. A. M. CLUB MEETS MONDAY
The J. A. M. club will meet on
Monday evening, May 4, at tne
home of Mrs. Leroy Gainous.
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Miss Saunders On Scholarship Lisr
The dean's scholarship list at
Virginia Intermont College for the
quarter ending in March includo
the names of seven students who
attained the. distinction of making
straight "A" grades on all of their
courses. Among the names on the
first- honor list was that of Miss
Susan Saunders of this city.
Mrs Elgin Bayless and sons of
Tallahasem' were the guests of
Mrs. Nora Howard last Saturday.
-Tr Y -ft
Miss Margie Costin spent last
Friday and Saturday in MobiTe.
Mr. and Mrs'. Frank LeHardy
and small son and Mrs. Gordon
Thomas were wceek-end visitors in
Mrs. Charles Hill returned to
her Jlome, in VWest Point, Ga.. this
week after a visit here with her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Shuford!. Mr. and Mrs.
Shuford and small son accom-
panied her home, where they will
spend part of their vacation be-
fore visiting in North Carolina.
3UY DEFENSE BONDS STAMPS
Here is brave Eivind Berggrav.
ex-Bishop of Oslo, ex-Primate of
the Church of Norway, who has
been thrown into a concentration
camp along with three of his pas-
tors on the charges of "instigation
to rebellion." He: and all other
Norwegian bishops resigned Feb-
ruary 24, declaring that 'co-opera-
tion was impossible with a state
which practiced violence against
the church. They refused QuiS-
ling's order to resume office. In
the spirit of Neimoller of Bavaria
he accepted incarceration.
Rubberless golf balls may soon
be placed on the market.
DR. J C. COE
Office Hours: 9 to 12; 1 to 5
SSundays By Ajpeintment
Costin Bldg. Port St. Joe
LET US FILL THAT
Bring us your next prescrip-
tion. Only fresh, full quality
materials are used. Only .qual ,
ified pharmacists do the
BY THE $8.00
Open to the Public
Club Breakfast, 6 to 9....25C
Lunch, 12 to 2...........40c
SDinner, 6 to 8 ...........40c
MRS. M. O. FREEMAN
Corner Reid Ave. and 3rd St.
Griffin Grocery Building
BRINGS STRENGTH TO
Encourage your child's de-
velopment by giving him the
foods his doctor recommends
MILK is most vital
Our cream rich milk can be
delivered to your door daily.
Gulf County Dairy
-PHONE 58 -
(a P..O R T ToI
,A Martin Theatre Port St. Joe, Fla.
THEATRE OPENS SATURDAYS SUNDAYS AT
1:00 P. M., CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
DAILY AT 2:45 P. M.
SATURDAY ONLY MAY 2
3 Big Hits 3
7H.E STAR, 06FiT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY,' :L* ORID
F'RIDAY, 'MAY' 1, 1942
- PAG SI H TR OTS.JE UFCOny 8D RDY A ,14
High School Graduates May Medical Society Asks-Record Be Kept
Now Take Flight Training
High school graduates will be
accepted now for aviation flight
training leading to commissions as
ensigns in the United States Na-
val Reserve air arm if they are
between the ages of 18 and 26 and
can pass the required 'physical
.Previously the minimum age
limit for Class V 5 was 19 and two
years of college training was rc-
quired. The upper ag;, bracket is
'Those seeking enlistment must
'be unmarried and in perfect
physical condition. They must have
a certified copy of high school
credits, a ,birth certificate or evi-
dence of citizenship if not native-
born, and three letters of recom-
mendation from persons prominent
in their community as to their
patriotism, loyalty and'-charactei.
LOCAL BUSINESS FIRMS PUT
ON DELIVERY RESTRICTIONS
The Gulf Hardware & Supply
company, the St. \Joe Hardware
company and the St. Jo, LLunber
,company this week are notifying
:all customers that, effective May
15, but one delivery to any one
person will be made in one day,
except where a customer requires
more than a truck load at one 'de-
The order restricting deliveries
cmees from the government, and
the public is asked to co-operate
to the fullest extent.
Vacationing In West Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Childs left
this week for their vacation, to be
spent visiting relatives in Hunit-
ington, W. Va.
'Orify Two Types of Bikes Now
'To sped war production, only
two types of bicycles-one for
men. the other for &nen-will b,
manufactured from now on.
IToday, May 1, has been proclaimed by President Roos relit as
Child H. alth Day, and the Franklin-Gulf County Medical Society calls,
upon the people in all communities of the two counties to contribute
to th2 conservation of child health and the reduction of illness among
children by seeing that children over nine months of age be immu-
nizAd against diphtheria and. smallpox. The form below has been
drawn up by the society to keep a record of all immunizations, and
parents are asked to clip it and jot down all necessary information,
as such a record would be of inestimable value in case, a doctor
should be called and would aid in making a diagonsis at a critical
time.. Clip it and put ft away where it can be found at any time.
Family Immunization Record
DIPHTHERIA SMALLPOX TYPHOID
Date Date Date
Braggs Here From St. Mary's
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bragg and
daughter Joan, of St. Mary's, Ga.,
spent the week-end in this city as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Boyer
Tin In Toothpaste Tubes
'Sixty used toothpaste tubes con-
tain enough' tin .to solder all the
electrical connections in a medium
The' average, woman loves com-
pliments like a kid loves candy.
Harold Palmer Is Visitor
Harold Palmer of St. Mary's,
Ga., spent the week-end here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Father To Visit
Charles J Sullivan of Detroit,
Mich., will arrive during the week-
end to tbe the guest of his son, C.
J. Sullivan, for a couple' of weeks.
The fellow who jumps .at conclu-
sions generally reaches the hos-
pital as a final conclusion.
DEFENSE COUNCIL NOTES
(Continued from Page 1)
first aid classes the success of the
course as a whole can .be at-
tributed to the efficiency of his
helpuLrs as well as to Mr. Hunt
The excellent attendance of all
classes is a tribute to the plan-
ning ,and..thought given- the trai-
ing by Mr' Morris,
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Industrial research has develop-
ed three new lead-base alloys that
can be used in place of tin, thus
saving about 20,000 tons Rf that
now precious metal every year.
WHITE TOP TAXI COMPANY
FOR PROMPT SERVICE
PHONE 100 *
--DAY OR NIGHT
* TAXIS ALWAYS AVAILABLE IN FRONT
OF ST. JOE TEXACO SERVICE STATION
M AC.A R O N I
8 Ounce 5c
Rich, Creamy, Smooth
FOOD STORES UNCE PINT 25
White Sail S6AP 1
GRAINS, 1V/2 lb ......... 1
White Sail 9o WHITE
CLEANSER, 2 for ..... BACON Pound...:...--
White Sail PASTE
WAX, I lb. Can :........ 27
White Sail .~ASHING --
POWDERS, 2 for ..........
Laundry Soap ;
OCTAGON Giant ..........
IONA No. 2 .Can
TOMATOES '...._..... ..
IONA No 2 2 Can 20
ANN PAGE 1 Lb. Jar
PRESERVES ........... 21
GOLD MEDAL, P. or S. R.6 Sunnyfield PURE 64
FLOUR, 12 lbs. LARD 4 lbs.............
TOILET TISSUE 11 5 Gallon Can
WALDORF, 2 for .... KEROSENE
California English 1
PEAS Lb ..............
No. 1 Kiln Dried 1
Sweet Potatoes, 4 lbs. 15
CELERY Stalk ........
ORANGES Doz....... 20
Laying Mash ................83-
Growing Mash ..............-77
Starting Mash ................774
Scratch Feed 630
Laying Mash ..............--- $3.23
Growing Mash ...........-$3.00
Scratch Feed ---.............$247
20% Dairy Feed ........$2.39
24% Dairy Feed ........$2.53
Nice 90 Strained BABY FOOD 1
LETTUCE Head..... CLAPPS 2 for ............
U. S. No. 1 Maine 35 Ann Page MELLO
POTATOES, 10 lbs....t WHEAT, 1 lb 12 oz...
Fresh 201 Baby Food, Dry Oatmeal
RHUBARB-Lb.... GERBERS 15i
Not Connected With Any Company Using a Similar Brand or Name
WHITE HOUSE-Ideal for Infant Feeding
EVAPORATED MILK 4 Large 30c
ENRICHED 12-Pound Loaf
JANE PARKER Dixie Ring
CAKE 17 OUNCE
W'" 'j -t .E gtel* 's e co-- ou ard o 'Qees IONA FLOUR Plain or Self-Rising
drtve ts is rage it to iVioj 24 Lbs- -..---95 12 Lbs- ............---- 49-
way,. ct1ii e on 48 Lbs. ........... $1.83 5 Lbs. ...............-214
A & P FOOD STORE
Owned and Operated By the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.
Reid Ave. and Third St. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNv-V-PL0~RIDA
FRIMAY, MAY 1, i-442
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