The star
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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1942
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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System ID: UF00028419:00308

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The Home Newspaper of Northwest Fhrida's .Future Industrial Cfntcir

Buy War Bonds
Every Pay Day

Let's Double
Our Quota V

but e Mht Ty j Dim ut ere ot p t

Local Boards To

Reclassify Some

Groups In Class 3

Local Communities May Expect
Far Greater Quotas In
Months Ahead
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Local -boards of ithe Florida Se-
.lective Service System will soon
begin a reclassification of certain
groups of registrants previously
classified in Class ril on original
A'. On original classification regis-
rants are classified into Class III
on a dependency! basis in the case
of single men, and 'on a marriage
relationship basis in the case .of
married men. At the time of
classification consideration is also
given to Ithe fact that the regis-
trant is or ds not engaged in es-
sential war industry or in an oc-y
cupation in .support of the war ef-
*While it is ,the policy of the Se-
lective Service that single men
generally shall precede the induc-
tion of married men, there will, of
course, be exceptions where single
men have received occupational
deferment or where their collat-
eral dependents are such that the
allotment and allowance act will
fail to provide adequate income
and cause undue hardship. ,
Regulations and directives from A
national headquarters authorize
local boards to. reconsider the
classification of certain groups of l
regitirants placed in Class III on f
original clatSification a'sboo as h
the 'board -anticipates that, it will ,
not be able to fill its call from
registrants previously classified in
Class I-A.
The first of these groups to be
-reclassifiedi is the group of single
regisrants previously classified
into Class III on a dependency co
status. As soon as the reclassifi- 9
Cation of this group has been com-
pleted and the' board anticipates
that it shall not .be able to fill its -
call from registrants of this group
that have Ibeen reclassified in
.Class I-A, it is authorized to re-
classify the group .of married
registrants with wives only, who
were on original- classification
classified in Class II on a marri-
age, relationship 'basis. In con-
siderinig this group for reclassifi-
(Continued on page 5)
The September War Bond quota a
for the state of. Florida, as an-
nounced from VTashington, is seit
at $7,200,000. Gulf county's.share
of this amount is $7,400. b
In fixing the county quotas, the i
treasury department has continued a
its policy of setting the monthly
quotas in line with the seasonal
distribution of income with the bil-
lion-dollar monthly national aver- t
age as the annual goal., t
4* r
The LeHardy Pharmacy, which t
for the past two and one-half years t]
has been operated by- J. B. Mc- t
Kissac, this week passed into. the o
ownership of J. R. Smith of At-
lanta, Ga.. who has been in the
city for the past two weeks look- t'
ing over the situation. s
Mr. Smith, who has brought his fe
wife and two children to the city.
is a graduate pharmacist and will
continue to give ithe kind of serv-
Ice patrons have come to expect
from the hands of Mr. McKissac. *

We Can't Equal Their Sacrifices,

but We 1ght Try- Dimout Here Not Up to

Requirements; Strict

Enforcement Nece

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aviation Cadet Tapper to Georgia FATHER OF ALEX YOUNG
Aviation Cadet George Tapper PASSES AWAY AT BONIFAY
ast week was graduated from the Charles Henry Young, 53, father
lying scohol at Arcadia, where he of Alex Young of this ety, died at
as been for.the past: two months, his home im Bonitfy ea~y or the-
nd -will now, go .to -a Georgia air morning of Septembet 1 after a
eld for advanced training, prolonged illness. Funeral services
were held at. the home Wedensday
Chism's Have Visitors morning with burial in the Bonifay
LieutH. H.G. Hughes, brother of cemetery.
[rs. Rush Ohism, and Miss Mar-
erie Brantley arrived this week Leave For College
'om Albany, Ga., and are guests The Misses Susan Saunders and
f Mr. and tMrs. Chism. Lieutenant. Marjorie Costin left Monday for
:ughes is on his way to report for Bristol. Va., to enter Virginia In-
uty at Monroe, La. termopt College for the fall term.
***e; *sO e *0 n: .**e**B .e*** $ S4t

There is under consideration in Washington ihis week
an important piece of legislation, designed to keep twenty
million American automobiles rolling for the duration of
the war, to which, we believe, entirely too little attention
has been paid by the public.
This bill-it is called the Ellender-Patman 'ire Con-
servation Bill-offers definite, sensible solution to the
problem' of how to keen the nation's vital motor transport
moving in the face of a rubber shortage. This tivould be
accomplished by retreading 30,000.000 tires every jear with
all-reclaim-rubber capping stock; and to those who point
o the shortage of rubber and.say it cannot be done, the
Rubber Manufacturers' association has said that it CAN
be done. The bill would stabilize tire prices and release for
immediate sale those odd-sized and lower-level tires which
are obviously of no value to the war effort.
There is a further provision in this bill which, it seems
o us, is even more important thah its other sections, from
he standpoint of "winning.the peace" which must follow
he winning of the wa". Designed to contribute to the
maintenance of free enterprise, this measure provides that,
or the duration of the war, all tire sales and service be
urned over to independent tire and gasoline dealers, so
hat these "little businesses." by getting all the business
hat is left, may be sustained until Victory brings a lifting
Df tire sale restrictions.
This would mean that the rubber company-owned fac-
ory outlets and the big oil comnanv-owMed super-service
stations would turn retail tire bus;npss o-er tr these "little
allows" during the war, retaining for themselves only the
wholesaling function. We have no suner-service stations in
'ort St. Joe, but this ndrldd business would aid greatly a
(Continued on Page 5)
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Men to Get Jobs People of This Area Should
Observe Restrictions That
Back After War Others May Live

If Old Jobs Not Available, Gov- The dimout along the shores of
ernment Will Assist In Gulf county is not what it should
Finding 6!ew Ones be, according to army officials,
and Sheriff B. E. Parker states
A number of young men of Port that his office has been asked to
St. Joe have as ied the editor of see that regulations are complied
The Star from tine to time whe- with in all respects.
their or not they would be entitled Apparently people are, having
,to return to their old jobs after difficulty in understanding the
receiving their discharge. dimout regulations or esle a lot of
Your editor was pretty sure that them have developed a "dontgive-
provision had bc n made to take adamn" attitude.
care oF the situation, knowing the /The -Star has printed the regu.
condition of things after World. nations in full at least Itwice, but
War I when the veterans returned just to jog the memory, they will
to find all jobs filled .by stay-at- be highlighted herewith:
homes and slackers, so just to, be Houses and buildings within 500
sure he wrote Congressman Bob yards of the shoreline must be
Sikes, asking him for something blacked out on all sides except the
authoritative on the matter. side away' from the ocean.
;Mr. Sikes' reply, in part, was as All outside illuminated advertis-
-fpllows:- ing signs are prohibited for a dis-
I have conferred with the direc- tance of 10 miles inlAnd.
tor of the Selective Service Sys-
tem relative to the question, and On cars the low-focus driving
am glad to furnish Ithis informa- lights may be used except in those
tion: The, government is going to specific areas where only parking
make every effort to see that men lights are permitted (and this ft-
who are permanently employed in
an institution or industry at the eludes Fifth street when cars are
time of induction into military ser-.facing ithe bay-we've seen cars
vice get their jobs back. .. At come whooping down :Fifth, with:
present complete ma-hinery : al- their bright 0 1hts' oii. thewroiin .a
tr set :,up.io h -*- '. s .
and even tow, men .whio are nius- glare-into the sky -tblat--shc l be
tered put of th4 service for one seen halfway to Tokyo). '
reason or another, are being Filling stations, drug stores and
given every assistance in finding other places doing a curb or out.
placement in jobs. This program
will go into full swing after the side business must reduce their
war, and if the men cannot go lighting to a minimum, and accord-
back into their old jobs, they will ing to the yardstick prescribed for
have government assistance in measuring this minimum lighting,
nge n ikes also sent a it has been decided that a light
Congressman Sikes also sent a
copy of the act in regard to the or two not exceeding 25 watts, just
matter, from which, we uote the sufficient to be able to get servi-
following:tors around, must be regarded as
Sn n n f nng sufficient. There is a war on, and
Any person inducted for training
and service who satisfactorily com- it has come to us, and we have to
plates his period of training shall fight it whether we are incon-
be entitled to a certificate to that venienced or not.
effect upon completion of such pe- It is the duty of every citizen of
riod of training. ..
In the case of any such person (Continued on page 5)
who, in order to perform such ---- --
training and service, has left or City s Quiet
leaves a position, other than a ly S Ri
temporary position, in the employ
of any employer and who receives On Labor Day
such certificate, is still qualified
to perform the duties of such po-
sition, and makes application for Business Establishments Closed
re-employmenit within 40 days af-tablishents Closed
ter 'he is relieved from such train- And Machinery of Paper
ing and service- Mill Stands Idle
(A) If such position was in the I
employ of the U. S. government, Residents of Port St. Joe en-
such person shall be restored to
such position or ito a position of joyed a brief respite from wartime
like seniority, status and pay: business and office duties to ob-
(B) If such position was in the serve a Labor Day holiday Mon-
employ of a private employer, suh celebration or cere
employer shall restore such per- day without celebration or cere--
employer shall restore such per-
son to such position or to a posi- mony. Practically, every business
tion of like seniority, status and house of the city was closed, as
pay unless the employer's circum- well as the city offices, and the
stances have so changed as to JoePaper company mill closed
make it impossible or unreason-
able to do so; down to allow its employes a day
(C) if such position was in the of rest and recreation.
employ of any state or political The business section reminded
subdivision thereof, it is hereby one of Goldsmith's Deserted Vil-
declared to be the sense of the ne of Go s
Congress that such person should large, there being so little activity.
he restored to such position or to Only a few pedestrians and fewer
a position of like seniority, status automobiles made their quiet way
and pay. down Reid and Monument ave-
Any person who is restored to
a position in accordance with nues.
these provisions shall be consil- A free fish fry for the public
ered as having been 6n furlonhb was held at ithe Centennial build-
or cave nf hsnce .and ing at noon sponsored by the lo-
shall not bh discharged from such
position without cause within one cal unions of the paper mill. It was
year after such restoration. well attended, and everyone ap-
p-----eared to be having a good time.
Enters Military Academy o Main event of the day was the
Joe Sharit Jr.. left Monday or 'Papermakers ball held during the
Aflanta. Ga., where h?. wi!l enter evening in the Centennial auditor-
the Georgia Military Academy. 1 um, which drew a large crowd.




The U. S. Civil Service commis-
sion announces an open competi-
tive examination for the position
of junior stenographer at a salary
of $1440 a year for filling vacan-
cies in the Fifth U. S. Civil Serv-
ice Region, which comprises the
states of Alabama, Florida, Geor-
gia, Mississippi, South Carolina
and Tennessee.
Application forms may be ob-
tained at the Port St. Joe pos;tot-
fice or from the Regional- Direc-
tor, Fifth U. S. Civil Service Re-
gion, New Postoffice Building, At-
lanta, Ga., mnitil further notice.
Stenographers are needed ur-
gently for the war program, and
the. dictation for the examination
will be given at the rate of 80
words a minute instead of 96 as
previously announced. Applicants
may now take this examination ait
any first or second class postot-


County Agent J. B. White will
be in Port St. Joe tomorrow morn-
ing (Saturday) ito vaccinate hogs
for cholera and swine plague. Any-
one having hogs to be treated is
asked to get in touch with the
agent or meet him in front of the.
Kenney Mercantile store at 9
o'clock St. Joe time. The price perx

Personnel of Port St. Joe A. W. S. Observation Pos





J. B. Gloeckler


Horace Soule

lake- Belin Roy Evans

4-6A.M. i[. '. Tomlinson C. H. McKnight


Massey Ward

John Gould

Robert Wilson

S. L. Barke John Blount T. M. Schneider

6 9A.M.



12M. 2P.M.






Il'om Morrison

Mr. and Mrs.
'Ceo. L. Snowden

Amelia Gibson

'W. W. Barrier

E. Clay Lewis Jr.
Mr. and Mrs.
IH. I. Woodin
'Gale Traxler Jr.
Edward Bartee

J. 0. Baggett

Mrs. B. E. Kenny

Gus Creech

Mrs. H. C. Spene
Mrs. R." Chism
Mrs. W. S. Smih
Mrs. W. M. Hoeell

Mrs. P. F. Fenom

J. D. Teal

Tom Coldewey

Mrs. Drew Mason

Mrs. R. G. Porter

J. E. George
Mrs. I1. C. Smith
Mrs. F. Hewitt
Wanda Spencer
Carolyn Trammel

Helen Worth

J. L. Temple

L. L. Zimmernan Robert Tapper



-rd~no l' Thomas

S. P. Shuford Wilbur. Darcey

Jesse Darcey Fred McLean

J. E. Bounds : B. McKissac

0. D. Langston

Dorothv Anderson
Margaret Belin

Mrs. L. Gainous

Mrs. IP. F. Farmer

W. A. Childs
Mr. and Mrs.
Monte Larkin

F. M. Rowan

Joe Mira

Oni Simpson

Mrs. Tom Coldewey

Mrs. Jack Frost

Mrs. J. Grimsley

Mrs. Agnes Minus
Mrs. Gus Creech
Nell Cannell
J. T. Simpson
Fe-rell Allen

Philip Lovett


Bill Traweek
Gene Farris

Bill HQwell

Tom Parker

R. H. Outlaw

Mrs. R1. W. Smith

Mrs. W. A Chblds

Mrs. M. Fclishel
Tctmnv. Hull
Gale Traxler Jr.
Mr ,ni Mrs.
Ronald Childers

Mrs. Wm. Moseley

Judge Chafin

t I


W. -A. Biggart

W. A. Biggart

W. M. Ebersole

Mrs. R. D. Prows.

'Jimmie Palmer

W. H. Wellington
Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Alsobrodk

Mrs. J. B. C l'.:r
Lois Crosbhi'
Betty Kennington. .
Tom Parker
Wayne Taunton

G. R. Mize

la,e0.O.'oe ll~b(10..00.O.1)in.0ne. O..5U

hog is ten cents.
The agent will treat hogs in and
around Wewahitchka tomorrow af-

Stop Work On Hospital
Work on the, Pont St. Joe hos-
pital has been halted by WPA Dis-
trict Supervisor Miles Anderson of
Marianna due to the scarcity of
skilled- labor needed to put the
finishing touches on the building.

A Repir. to the People

4 *, 4

This company has gone all-
out in Uncle Sam's war effort
S supplying vital power to war
industries and, military estab-
lishments over the entire state.
Just a few weeks ago work was begun on another
66,000 volt transmission line to serve over
lBmen at the new
base. Over 99% of all of our construction work
is being done to serve the war effort.

At the present time electric power is being
served to over B Airports and Training Fields-
as well as numerous camps and other military es-
tablishments. All requests for power to serve in
the war effort have been met ahead of schedule
with no interruption to domestic needs.

When the war is won, and victory is ours and
we return to civilian life-we'll have a story to tell-
a story far surpassing any present dreams. But until
then we'll just go on serving and working toward
a speedy victory.



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TION renders a live fold service. It pays substantial taxes, gives em-
ployment to thousands of people, helps support the railroads and
other business of the State of Florida, supplies a basic necessity of
life and furnishes an' outlet for productive investment of the savings
of the thrifty. The value and extent of such services can be appreciated
only when the volume is known. Below is shown the extent of our
contribution during the year ended June 30, 1942 to the people, the
State and the Nation.

United States Sugar-Corporation, in addition to making available to
our fellow Americans 86,743 tons of sugar, a woefully short national
commodity, provided 4,731,878 gallons of molasses, national shortages
of which necessitated the institution of priorities and restrictions. We
also made available the only supply source for the essential oil of
lemon grass and provided feed for live stock, which provision relieved
to some extent the heavily burdened transportation facilities of the

In doing these things, m addition to providing extensive facilities, it
was necessary to incur heavy obligations, which are summarized as
Excise taxes, deducted in settlements for sugar
and paid directly to the National Treasury
Sin the sum of $ 870,484

SProvision for income and excess profits taxes on
the year's business amounted to 900,000
;Other taxes paid to Federal, State, County and
locall governments aggregated 528,057

So that our total tax bill was $2,298,541

Wages and salaries paid, aggregated 2,835,616
Freight created for the railroads, and in turn
expended by them for taxes, wages and
materials amounted to 1,030,295

rExpenditures for merchandise, materials, supplies,
etc., [most of which were purchased within
the State], including substantial amounts paid
to neighboring farmers, aggregated 2,570.553

The sum of the foregoing is $8,735,005

To provide the foregoing benefits to the people, the State and'the
Nation, it was necessary to provide suitable facilities which required
'substantial investments in the Everglades on the part of our stock-
holders, many of whom are also employees, and as compensation for
'the risk involved in making available the assets, facilities and credit
Sto provide such benefits to the people, the State and the Nation and
for return on their investment, the stockholders were paid $629,850.



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Human Sacrifice cheap, but, on the contrary, be- to their gods, according to an ar- The cornerstone of the White Plastic-coated raincoats, which
The ancient Aztecs of Mexico .cause they considered human lit. tide in Natural Histor:.. House was laid in 1792,just eleven will lighten an army pack by two
Vdid not practice human sacrifice the most precious of gifts and the ---- -- years after the surrender of Corn- pounds and save a vast amount
because they held human life only one worthy of being offered Advertising doesn't cot-it pays! wallis. of rubber, have been developed.


W* EREAS, The Legislature of 1941. for the Investment of sinking funds, or. hereafter owned or ised for such
ander the Constitution of 1885, of the said Board may use the sinking funds purposes by the State of Florida, shall
State of Florida, did pass 9 Joint created for said bonds of any county be vested in a Commssion to be
Resolutions proposing amendments to or special road and bridge district, or known as the Game and Fresh Water
the Constitution of the State of Flor- other unit hereunder, to purchase the Fish Commission Suct Commission
Ida. and the same were agreed to by matured or maturing bonds partle- shall consist of five members. one
a vote ot three-fifths of all the mem- rating herein of any other count. or from each congressional district. as
bers elected to each nouse: that the other special road and bridge district existing on January 1. 141 who shall
votes on said Joint Resolutlons were or other special taxing district there- be appointed by the Govnrnor subject
entered upon their respective Journals. of. provided that as to said matured to confirmation by the Senate The
with the .eas and nays thereon and bonds, the value thereof as an Invest, members so appointed -all annually
they did determine and direct that ment shall be the orice paid therefore select one of their memters as Chair-
e said Joint Resolutions be sub- which shall not exceed the par -alue man if the Commission
'tted to the electors of the State at plus accrued Interest and that said T The first members ol the Com-
SGeeneral Election in november investment shall bear interest at the mission snail be appointed on Janu-
942rate o three (31 oer cent er annum arv 1 1943 and shall serp respectively
/ NOW. THEREFORZ 1. R. A GRAY (c). The said Board shall annually for one. two three. fur and five
Secretary of State of the ntate of use said funds in each county ac- years At the expiratloi of ach of
Florida. do hereby give notice that count, first, to pay current principal such terms. a successor shall be ap-
and Interest maturing. If any of said pointed to serve for term of five
GENERAL ELECTION bonds and gasoline or other fuel tax years
II be held in eAch county in Florida antieipation certificates of such coun- 3 The members oI th Commission
Sbe held neach counting te lorfrs t or special road and bridge dis- shall receive no compensation for their
on Tuesday next succeeding the first tc or oth er special t axin services as such, but ach Commis-
Monda In November A D 1942. thedistrict thereof: second, to estab- sooner shall receive his Eacessary trav-
aid Tuesday being the lish a sinking funr account to meet eling or other expenses hcurred while
THIRD DAY OP NOVEMBER future requirements of said bonds and engaged in the discharp of his Of-
gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation ficlal duties, but such hall not ex-
for the ratification or rejection of the certificates where It appears the an- ceed the sum of $600.0( In any one
said Joint Resolutions propose i ng ticlpated income for any year or years vear
amendments to the Constitution f will not equal scheduled payments 4 Among the powers gantea to the
the State of Florida. vtz: thereon: and third, any remaining mmsson b th Seon hall be
: A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing ance out of the proceeds of said two commission by this Sealon shall be
an Amendment to Article IX of the f2c) cents of said taxes shall monthly the power tof bag onmts and to fix
Constitution of the State of Florida during the year be remitted by said open and closed seasons on a state-
Relating to Taxation and Finance. by board as follows: Eighty 180%1 er wide. regional orlocal baid to regulatema
Adding Thereto an Additional Section cent to the State Road Department for the manner and metha of taking.
Creating a State Board of Admints- the construction or reconstruction of transporting, storing and using birds
tration: Prescribing Its Powers and State Roads and bridges within the transporting storing and u f resh water
Duties, and Providing for the use of county or for the lease or purchase ame. fur bearing anlmam fresh water
Proceeds of Two Cents per Gallon of of bridges connecting State highways mfish.eonshail also am biane e poser
the Gasoline or Other Motor Fuel Tax within the County. and twenty (20%) acquire by s hall also hie the power
for (1) the Payment and Retirement per cent to the Board of County Corn- to acquire by purchase ful t. all prop-
of All Outstanding Bonds Issued By missioners of such county for use on fr the use of the Comnlsslon In the
Any County or Special Road a ad and -Rds and bridges therein, exercise of its powers lereunder
Bridge District Prior to First Day of (d) Said Board shall have the 5 The Commission diall appoint.
July. A. D 1931. for Road and Bridge power to make and enforce all rules i the salay of and alleasure re
Purposes. and for 121 Public Highway and regulations necessary to the full fix the sal oa an rs plasu re re
Purposes. exercise of these powers hereby granted move. a suitable person as Drector.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- ind no legislation shall be required to powers and duties as maybe described
LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: render this amendment of full force by the Commission oures
That the following amendment to and operating effect from and after by the d Commission in l ursuanSuch
Article IX of the Constitution of the January 1st. 1943. The Legislature Director shall subject to the approval
State of Florida relating to Taxation hall continue the levies of said taxes of the Commission, apont fix the
and Finance by adding thereto an ad- durtin the life of this Amendment. sales of. and at nlesure remove
ditional section to be known as Sec- end shall not enact any law having salsanr and other en loe e whov
assistants, and other enployeesmwho
tlon. 16 of said Article IX creating a the effect'of withdrawing the proceeds shall hae such Dowers d dultes as
State Board of Administration: pre- of said two 2c) cents of said taxes nal s to n thei
scribing Its powers and duties, and from the operation of this amend- ma be assigned to them by the Com-
mission or the Director. No Commis-
providing for the use of the proceeds ment. The Board shall pay refunding soner hall ee or any such
of two cents per gallon of the gasoline xnenses and' other expenses for serv- .pointment or employment.
or other motor fuel tax for (1) the ices rendered specifically for. or which a The funds resutin from the
payment and retirement of all out- are properly chargeable to. the account The funds rth e msdtg from th
standing bonds issued by any county of any county from funds distributed operation of the Comms on and from
or special road and bridge district to such county: but general expenses reulaons pertaining to birds, game.
rio to the First Day of July, A. o the Board for services rendered a rall bing animals f re waer ish.
3. for road and bridge purposes, the 'counties haike alill be prorat :1 reptiles and amniBans. to er wi
and for (2) public highway purposes, among them and paid out of said 1 reptiles and amh lan. loether with
the sameabasinesaid tax i any other funds specific ly provided
is hereby agreed to and shall be sub- funds on the same basis sa d tax pro- ny sh urpose shall omstyitte the
mitted to the electors of the State of ceeds are distributed among the sev- ftte Gmu Fund and anti be used
Florida for ratification or rejection at eral counties: provided report of State Game uond a nd hall be used
the next General Election to be held said expenses shall be made to each by the Commission as shall deem
in 1942. as follows: Regular Session of the Legislature. r fit in carrying out tle provisions
tn 1942. as dolws: Regular esion o the Legislature. hereof and for no other purposes. The
"Section 16 (a). That beginning .nd the Legislature may limit the ex- Commission may not ollgate Itself
January 1st, 1943. and for fity (50) "enses of the-Boanrd. beyond the current resources of the
years t hereaterthe proceeds of two Approved by the Governor. May 13. State Game Fund unless specifically
(2c) cents per gallon of the total tax 1941. so authorized by the Le~slature.
levied by the State law upon gasoline Filed in office Secty of State, May 7. The legislature may enact any
and other like products of petroleum. 13. 1941. laws in aid of. but not Inconsistent
now known as the Second Gas Tax, -with, the provisions of this amend-
and upon other fuels used to propel
motor vehicles, shall as collected be A JOINT RESOLUTION po s ment and all existing laws Inconsist-
motor vehicles. shall as collected be a, JO~proslns ent herewith shall no longer remain
placed monthly in the 'State Roads an Amendment to the Constitution of ent herewith sal n lages r r ain
Distribution Fund' in the State Tres- the State of Florida to b known as eatirce and effect. v All lawt s fixn
penalties for the veslption of the pro-
ury and divided into three (3) equal Section 3 of Article XVIL Relating to visions of this amendment and all law
v oanagemhen. aontrol and all lawrs
parts whichh shall be distributed Amendments. imposing license taxes. shall be en-
monthly among the several counties BE IT RESOLVED BY TBH LEGIS- acted by the Legislature from time
as follows: LATURE OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA: to time.
One part according to area, one par That the following Amendment. to
ne according to at ane one part be known as Section 3 of Article XVII ADproved by the Governor, May 5.
according to population, and one part o the present Constitution be and 1941.
according to the counties' contribu- the press in office Secty t State, May
tions to the cost of State road con- the same is hereby agreed to shall be
ssedror Jl s, 1othe submitted to the eletors o th e shtatll e 5 1941
structlon in the ratio of distribution submitted to the electors of the State 5 o1
as provided in Chapter 15659. Laws of at the general election of Representa-
ori cts and r the pur-tives to be held In the year A. D. 1942. A JOINT RESOLUTIN Proposing
Florida d Acts on 1931. and for the puor r-egre as an d o method ----
poses of the apportionment based on to-wit: an Amendment to Articl Five of the
the counties' contributions for the Section 3. If at any regular or spe- Constitutlon of Forldi by Adding
cost of State road construction the a or extra lesson, the Legislature. Thereto an dditonal Secton Relt-
amount of the contributions estab- by vote of three-fourths of all mem- 'na to the Election of Circuit Judges
listed by the certificates made in 1931 bers elected to each House. shall de- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
pursuant to said Chapter 15659. shall termine that an emergency requiring .ATURE OF THE STAT OF LORIDA:
be taken and deemed conclusive in an early decision by the electors of the, That Article 5 of the Constitution of
computing the monthly amounts dis- State exists, an amendment to this the State of Florida bh amended by
tributable according to said contribu- Constitution d ailing with the subject adding thereto an additional Section
tions. Such funds so distributed shah matter of suc*emergency may be pro- to be known as Sectcn 48 of said
be administered by the State Board of posed. and if the proposed Amendment Article relating to the Eection of Cir-
Administration as hereinafter pro- be agreed to by a three-fourths vote cult Judges be. and the ame Is hereby
vided. n of all the membersaelect o areed to each eed t and shall be submitted to
(b) The Governor as Chairman. the House. the same shall be entered upon the electors of the State of Florida
State Treasurer and the State Comp- their respective Journals with the yeas for ratification or rejection at the
taroe ll e er all onsttte a boy corm- and nays thereon. Thereupon, at the General Election to be held on the
porate to be knowns as the State same session, the Legislature shall pro- first Tuesday after the: first Monday
Board of Administraon which Board vide for a special election to be held 'n November. 1942. as fellows:
Bshallr d o tratio, W ch not less than nine nor more than Secton 48 Circuitjudges shall
sall succeed to all the power,ontro y af a "Section 46. Circuit: judges shall
and authority of the statutory Board Journment and for u iast'moi o greater be elected by the qualified
of Administration. Said Board shall noticenereof at whichspecial a electors of their respective judicial
have. in addition to such powers as notinceth ereoposedt which special' ele- ircuits as other State and County

mangemen roeedsnof said wo i cents ifor approval or rejetion: provided, The first election of Circuit Judges
of said taxes and all moneys and other that if a general election f Represen- shall be held at the Geeral Election
assets which on the effective date of tatives is to occur within said period. in 1948 to take office'on the first
tissaen i nO a te i eor dmay t such Amendment shall be submitted aTueday after the frs Monday In
this aedmn ent are applicable or may to the electors at such general ele- January, 1949, for a ter of six years.
become applicable to the bonds oI tde The terms of all such Iffices as they
several counties of and or any tion.
several counties of this State or any tion.shall severally ofexist at the time fat
special road and bridge district, or If a majority of the electors voting adoption of this Amendment shall be
other special taxing district thereof, upon the proposed Amendment shall and they are hereby extended to ter-
issued prior to July 1st. 1931. for road adopt the Amendment, the sami'shall minute on the first TueSday after the
and bridge purposes. The word become a p rt of this Constitution. first Monday in January 1949."
"Bonds" as used herein shall Inellde This Amendment shall not be held to Approved by the Governor. June 12,
bonds time warrants notes and other 'ldersede or itn anvwtse affect any 1941.
forms of Indebtedness Issued for road existing provision of the Constitution Fied In office of Secretary of State.
and bridge purposes by any county or relating to Amendments, but shall be June 13. 1941.
special road and bridge district or regarded as an additional method ".
other special taxing district, out- Amendment thereto. '
standing on July 1st, 1931. or any re- Approved by the Governor. May 5. A JOINT BESOLU4ON Proposing
funding Issues thereof. Said Board 1941. an Amendment to ArtSlee Sixteen of
shall have the. Statutory powers of Filed in office Secty of State, May Ue Constitution of Florida, by adding
Boards of' County Commissioners and 1941. tlgereto aL'additional Section Permit-
Bond Trustees and of any other r ng the Legislature to vest the Powers
Authority of special road and bridge A Tof making Rules and Regulations Be-
Authority of special road and bridge A JOINT RESOLTION Proposing latin to the Conservation of Salt
districts, and other special taxing dis- an Amendment to Article IV of the Water Fish and Salt Eater Products
trlcts thereof with regard to said Constitution of the State of Florida in a Bosed or Commisstn
bonds. (except that the power to levy Relative to the Executive Department,
ad valorem taxes is expressly .withheld by Adding thereto an Additional Sec- BE IT RESMOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
from said board) and shall take over tlon to Create a Game and Fresh LATURE OF THE STATOFFPLORIDA:
all papers,, documents and records Water Fish Commission. That Article Sixteen of the Consti-
concerning the same. Said Board BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- tution of the State fct Florida be
shall have the-power from time to LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOIDA- amended by adding theeto an addi-
time to issue refunding bonds to ma- That the following Amendment to tonal Section to be known as Section
ture withod.in the said ifty (50) year Article IV of the Constitution of the 32 of said Article 16, authorizing the
periods for any of said outstanding State of Florida relative to the Execu- Legislature to vest the power of mak-
bonds or interest thereon. 'and to se- tive Department by adding thereto an ing rules and regulations relating to
cure them by a pledge of anticipated additional Section to be known as conservation of salt water fish and
receipts from such gasoline or other Section 30 of said Article V, creating salt water products in a board or com-
fuel taxes to be distributed to such a Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- mission, be and the same is hereby
county as herein provided Put not mission be and the same is hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted to
at a greater rate o Interest than said agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of the State of Florida,
bonds now bear: and to issue. sell or the Electors of the State of Florida for ratification or rejection at the
exchange on behalf of any countyort tor .ratification or rejection at the General Election to be held on the
unit for the sole purpose retiring Gene Election to be on the frst Tuesday after the first Monday
said bonds issued by such county. or first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. 1942 as follows:
special road and bridge district. or in November 1942, a fonows:r Setion 32. The Legtseature may
other special taxing district thereof, Section 3 1. From and fteS Jan- c in such Boei or Commtision
easolineor'other fe tax anticipation on 3a L Prom and after an vest such od or omission.
certgasoline orothein l tax anticipatn ur 1. 1943. the management. restore? now created or that may be created
moretifican thres aing interest at not ton, conservation and regulation, of by t, authority to make and establish
m rtsuch ree3) per cent er ans the birds, game, fur bearing animals, rules and regulations without regard
num aIn such denominations and mai and fresh water fish, of the State of to uniformity of application, relating
turning at such time within the fifty Florida. and the acquisition, establish- to the conservatti of salt water fah
(50) year Period as the Board may meant. controL and management, of and salt water products.C.
the Dowers' now provided by statute vatlon nd all other property noW 1941, ovn, ,

Filed in office Seeretary of State.
June 12. 1941.

,an amendment to Article 1. Section 3.
of the Constitution of the State of
Florida. Relative to Census and Ap-
*portionment, by Amending Section 3.
of said Article so as to Designate
Broward County as a Senatorial Dis-
trict and designate Calhoun County
and Gulf County as a Senatorial Dis-
That the following amendment to
Section 3 of Article 1 of the Con-
stitution of the State of Florida. rela-
tive to Census and apportionment.
designating Broward County as the
thirty-ninth (39) Senatorial District.
and Calhoun County and Gulf County
as the fortieth (40) Senatorial District.
be and the same is hereby agreed to.
and shall be submitted to the electors
of the State of Florida for ratification
or rejection at the General Election :o
be held on the first Tuesday after the
first Monday In November 1942 I.
Section 3. The Legislature that shaJ.
meet In regular session A. D. 1925 and
*those that shall meet every ten years
thereafter, shall apportion the repre-
sentation in the Senate. and shall
provide for forty (40) Senatorial Dis-
tricts, such Districts to be as nearly
equal In population as practicable.
but no County shall be divided in
making such apportionment, and
each District shall have one Senator:
provided that Broward County. Flor-
ida, shall constitute the Thirty-ninth
(39th) Senatorial District, and Cal-
houn County. Florida and Gulf Coun-
ty. Florida, shall constitute the For-
tieth (40) Senatorial District: and at'
the same time the Legislature shall
also apportion the representation in
the House of Representatives, and
shall allow three (3) Representatives
to each of the five most populous
counties, and two (2) Representatives
to each of the next eighteen more
populous counties, and one Represen-
tative to each of the remaining coun-
ties of the State at the time of such
apportionment. Should the Legislature
fall to apportion the representation in
the Senate and in the House of Rep-
resentatives, at any regular session of
the Legislature At any of the times
herein designated, it shall be the duty
of the Legislature or Legislatures suc-
ceeding such regular session of the
Legislature, either In Special or Regu-
lar session, to apPortlon the repre-
sentation in the Senate and in the
House of Representatives, as herein
provided. The receding regular Fed-
eral or regular State Census, which-
ever shall have been, taken nearest
any apportionment of Representatives
In the Senate and in the House of
Representatives. shall control in mak-
ing such apportionment. In the event
the Legislature shall fall to reappor-
tion the representation in the Legls.
liture as required by this amendment
the Governor shall (within thirty dave
after the adjournment of the regular
*Cession) call the Legislature together
In extraordinary session to consider
the question of reanportionment and
such extraordinary session of the Leg-
1lature is hereby mandatorilv required
to reapportion the representatIon a~
required. by this amendment before
:Its adjournment (and such extraordi-
nary session so called for reapportion-
ment shall not be limited to expire at
the end of twenty davs'or at all. until
reapportionment Is effected, and shall
consider no business other than such
Approved by the Governor. June 7.
Filed in office of Secretary of State.
June 9. '1941.

an Amendment to Article VMII of the
Constitution of the State of Florida.
Relating to County and Municipal
That the following amendment to Ar-
ticle VIII of the Constitution of the
State of Florida relating to County
and Municipal Governments.. t6 be
numbered Seciton 11 of said Article
VIII. be and the same is hereby agreed
to and shall be submitted to the elec-
tors of the State for ratification or
rejection at the next general election
to be held in November. 1942. to-wit:
Section 11. The County Commis-
sioners of Dade County who shall be
elected at the general election in 1942
shall Immediately after the beginning
of their terms of office, redistrict
Dade County into five County Com-
missioners' Districts to be numbered
by the said Commissioners from one
to five respectively, and delineate the
boundaries of such Districts in such
manner as to include within the re-
spective Districts territory as follows:
One of the said Commissioners' Dis-
tricts shall comprise the territory
which was on the 1st day of April.
E1941, embraced within Election Pre-
cincts numbered 24 to 32. inclusive.
and also such parts of Election Pre-
cincts numbered 10, 56. 60 and 61 as
lie east of the western shore of Bls-
cayne Bay, all as established by a reso-
lution of the County Commissioners
of said County 'adopted November 14,
1939, designated as Resolution No.
Another of the said Districts shall
comprise the territory, and only the
territory, which was on the 1st day
of April, 1941. embraced in Commis-
sioners' District No. 4 and Commis-
sioners' District N16. 5. as described in
Book "F" of the Minutes of the Coun-
ty Commissioners of said County. at
page 194 et seq.:
I Another of the said Commissioners'
Districts shall comprise the territory
which was on the first day of APril
1941, embraced In Cemmlssioners' Dis-
trict No. 1. as described In Book "FP"
of the minutes of the County Com-
missioners of said County. at page 194
et seq. and also all the territory which
was on the first day of April 1941,
embraced in Election Precincts num-
bered 75 to 82, inclusive, as estab-
lished by the aforesaid Resolution No.
I Another at the said Districts shall
comprise the territory which was on
the 1st day. of April, 1941. embraced
In Commissioners' District No. 3, as
described In Book "V of the Minutes
of the County Commissioners of said
County, at page 194 et seq, except

the territory embraced In the afore-
said Election Precincts numbered It
to 82, inclusive, and 26 to 32,. Inclusive.
and except such parts of Election Pre-
cincts numbered 56. 60 and 61 as lie
east of the western Shore of Biscayne
Another ol the said Commissioners
Districts shall comprise the territory
which was on the 1st day of April.
1941. embraced In Commissioners Dis-
trict No 2 as described in Book "'"
of the Minutes of the County Colm-
missionxers of said County. at oage 194
et seq. except the territory embraced
In the aforesaid Election Precincts
numbered 24 and 25. and such part Of
Election Precinct number 10 as lies
east of the western shotrr f Biscayne
The County Commissioners wbo
shall be elected in Dade County at the
general election in 1942 shall hold Of-
fice for the term of two years for
which they shall have been elected
and their terms of office shail not
be affected by this amendment: out
thereafter there shall be in each of
the Districts established by. and in
nursuance of. this amendment e
Cnuntv Commissioner who shall reside
In his Di-trict but who shall be nntli-
nPr-1l and elected from the County at
Large Every County Commissioner Of
Dade County who shall be elected at
the general election in 1944 and there-
after shall hold office for a term of
four years The powers. duties and
compensation of such 'County Com-
missioners shall be as from time to
time provided by law.
Approved by the Governor. Mav 28.
Piled in office Secty of State. Mal
28. 1941.

an Amendment to Section 1. of Article
X of the Constitution of Florida. Re-
lating to Homestead and Exemption,
so as to Permit the Wages. Salary Or
Income from any source Whatsoever
Due to any Person the Head of a Famn-
ily as Provided Therein. to be the
Subject of Garnishment to the Ex-
tent of not more than 25% thereof IlI
the Courts of this State. as May be
Provided by Law. for the Payment of
any Obligations Arising by Express 0or
Implied Contract Subseauent to the
Adoption of this Amendment: and
Further Providing Exemptions thereto
in Cases of Income of Less than
Twenty-five Dollars. per Week Except
as to Necessities of Life as May oe
Defined ov the Legislature
That the following amendment to Se
tlon 1. Article X of the Constitution
of Florida. authorizing the garnish-
ment of any wages. salary or income
deue any person who Is the head of
family, as provided therein, to the eX-
tent of 25% thereof. be. and the snte
is hereby agreed to and shall be sub'
fitted to the electors of the State IS
the General Election of Represents&
tilves in 1942 for their approval 0 or e-
lectlon: that is to say. that Section 1
of Article X be amended by adding
*hbreto the following Section,
Section 1-A. That the salary,
wages and income from any Source
whatsoever due and owing, or to be-
come due and owing to any nersOD
who Is the head Of a family residing
In this State. shall be the subject Of
"arnishment In the courts of this
Rtate as may be provided by law. to
the extent of not more than 9f% of
sich salary, wages and Income, forl
the payment of any obligations arising,
by express or Implied contract sub-'
sequent to tohe adoption' of thlig
amendment. provided, however, that
the Legislature shall not extend the;
rieht of garnishment as herein erO-:
vided where the salary is t25.00 or lee!
ner week except to necessities of lIfe
s may from time to time be defined t
hv the Legislature.
Approved by the Governor. June 11.
Filed In office Sectv of State. AM*B
11. 1941.

the Amendment of Section 16 of A2-
ticle XV of the Constitution of Flor-
ida. Relating to Taxation of Property
of Corporations, with Certain Exem-
tions for Religious. Scientific. Munici-
pal. Educational. Literary fraternal
or Charitable Purposes
Section 1. That the following
amendment to Section 16. of Article'
XVI of the Constitution of the Statfi
of Florida. relating to taxation of tsh
property of corporations, with certallI
exemptions for, religious, scientific. =U-'
nticbl. educational, literary, fratetnall
or charitable -purposes. be. and mi
'ame is hereby agreed to. and shal
he submitted to the electors of the-
State of Florida, for ratification Or,
-ejection. at the next general electioni
to be held 'in 1942: that' Is to sv that,
the said Section 16. of Article XV of
the Constitution of the State of POflo'
Ida be amended so as to read n~'
"Section 18. The property, ait i1
corporations, except the property oat a
corporation which .shall rconstruit
ship or barge canal across the enin-
sula of Florida, If the LegislaturS
should so enact, whether heretOfOl'
or hereafter incorporated, shall be Sub"
lect to taxation, unless such propr
be held and used to the extent of at
least one-fourth thereof. for rellckdOa
scientific. municipal, educational.. llt-
erary, fraternal or charitable Vu-
noses." Provided however, this aMend-
ment shall not affect the provisio
of Sections 12 and 14 of Article ,
of the Constitution of PFlorida.
Approved by the Governor. June i1l
Piled In office Secretary of Sta.
June 11, 1941.
The votes cast in compliance wth
said proposed amendments, and thS
cavnass, declarations and ret MlN
thereof, shall be subjected to the arn*
regulations and restrictions as are W
vided by law for general elections tI
the State of Florida. '
have hereunto set my hand
and affixed the Great Setqe
the State of Florida, at TW
SAX lahassee, the Capital t=l i j
Ut day of August, A. D. IM
Secretary of M .






Published Every Friday at Port St. Joe, Fla,
by The Star Publishing Company
W. S. SMITH, Editor

Entered as Second-class matter, December 10,
193.7, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Florida,
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The spoken word is given scant attention;
the printed word is thoughtfully weig-hed.
The spoken word barely asserts; the printed
word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
is lost; the printed word remains.

Our Country

- Right or Wrong

War with all its horrors, its ever-increas-
.ing demand for personal sacrifice, its restric-
tion of individual rights. has cast a shadow
.over our country. No section, town, village,
'city or hamlet can escape its demands, cle-
mands that affect the lives of all of us. Yet.
we here in America have not felt the full po-
tency of total war, at least many of our in-
.land towns and cities will be secure from the
-scourge of the enemy. But this does not mean:
that we can ever allow ourselves to deviate
one 'iota from -the avowed purpose of total vic-
tory. To achieve this, we must work, sacri-
fice, and bend every effort individually and
collectively to contribute our efforts where
they are vitally needed to win the war.
in every home in Port St. Joe, without ex-
,ception, there are things that have long out-
lived their usefulness. True, they may be
wrapped in memories-delightful mementos
of children at play. John's first tricycle .
Mary's doll carriage the skates that Bill
learned oi. ... These are only things .
things that have passed their utilitarian
value, that we are asked to give as scrap.
They aren't.scrap to us they mean some-
thing in our lives.
But our homes are still standing here. Over
there they have a different kind of, scrap ... .
they have the steel beams that used to sup-
port the steeple of their church the iron
railings that little hands used to grasp to help
them up the stairs. Yes-they have much
'more scrap of that kind than we but let
us give the scrap IN our homes-and not the
scrap OF our homes.

On the first day of September, the great-
est war the world has ever known entered its .
Jfourthr year. Those three years have wit-
nessed a series of almost uninterrupted tri-
numphs for 'Hitler and his satellites. The time-
table of conquest makes almost incredible
reading-Poland fell in 28 days, Denmark in
one day, Norway in two months, Belgium in
18 days, France in 43 days. Of all the nations
Hitler has invaded, Russia alone remains. It
is very likely that historians of the future
will write that Russia was the savior of the
'free world. Whatever happens, the magnifi-
cent resistance of the Red army will mark
one of the brightest and bravest pages in the
long and sanguinary history of combat.

We suggest that congress pass a bill pro-
viding that when this war is over, all tax-
payers be awarded a medal for valor. But,
chances are, the average taxpayer won't have
'a shirt to pin it to

A Merritt Island man here has acquired
several hives of bees. Says he's been stung
every other way and wants to try this way
a while.-Titusville Star-Advocate.
" Some married folks get along because they
do as she likes.-Sarasota Herald.

A neighbor is a woman who borrows things


Christmas may seem far away, these warm
September days, but for persons with friends
or relatives in the armed forces overseas, it
is a season that demands inmediate consid-
eration-that is, if they wint these absent
.ones to receive at the appropriate time the
gifts they plan to give then.
The -army postal service frankly admits
that it will not be able to handle Christmas
business unless the public c(-operates. There.-
fore, to this end, its chiefs are offering the
public the following suggestions:
1. Begin buying overseas Christmas pres-
ents now.
2. Wrap them in shoetox-size packages
not exceeding five pounds. Ihis will simplify
handling. If necessary, send several packages,
but keep them under five rounds.
3. Try to get the packages in the mail by
October 1, and under no circumstances later
than November 1, otherwise the army cannot
ensure delivery by Christmas, since there
aren't enough ships and nail planes to ac-
commodate a last-minute mushE
4. Don't bother to pti special delivery
stamps on overseas parcel. This will cost
you more money, but will not insure quicker
Incidentally, have you given 'a thought to
what service men want fo: Christmas? One
magazine, after interviewing 1000 men In
uniform on the question, discovered that the
things they mostly want ire these: Water-
proof wrist watches, cigarets, wallets, cigar
lighters, pen and pencil sets, sewing kits and
overnight bags. Subscriptbns to pocket-size
magazines also might be an appropriate sug-
In any event, as the Caristmas happiness
of-millions of our boys defends upon our act-
ing quickly, this year let's really do our Yule-
tide shopping early.


Speaking at Macon, Ga., recently, Charles
H. Murchison, regional OCD director, saik:
"We have been in great d.aiier oi losing, if
we have not already lost, out spiritual sense
of value. But those of usIwho are aware of
the danger of the moment know that about
all we .can salvage out of t4is tragic moment
is spiritual rejuvenation. I None of .us fears
death; death we know is part of life. We are
not so much interested in who will live after
the war as we are in what will live after the
war. We are thinking not of death, but of the
"If America can regain its soul and recap-
ture its high concept of tile value of courage,
and honor, and decency, the war will not have
been fought in vain. Let's see to -it that she
does save her soul."

It used to be that new-paper editors from
up in Alabama and Georgja, as well as inland
sections of Northwest Florida, would come
to the beaches in this section for a few days
every summer, and drol il at The Star office
to chew the fat. But this year nary an -'dItor
has been around. Must hbe having tire and
gas trouble like the rest of us

A court in New Mexico has awarded a
store clerk $309 in compensation, damages.,
and medical expenses for; injuries suffered in
fitting a girdle on a customer. The plaintiff
received a sprained hand and finger. That's
what she gets for trying to make a mole-hill
out of a mountain.-Sanford Herald.

No one can sav that American women are
lnot sacrificing to win the war. First it was.
simplified dresses then rubberless
corsets and npw it's stockingless
sto -kings. Yep, they're getting their stock-
in,-s out of a bottle nowadays.

A. lot of people anxious for cool weather
last week welcomed autumn-but they got
fooled. :


Ceilings on wages, salaries and
farm products are set up as the
answer to creeping inflation which
OPA has not been able to stop en-
tierly by its control of nmerchan-
dise and. services. And it look
like these will go into effect about
October 1.
Talk about drafting 18 and 19-
year-old youths is a hoit topic. Boys
that age probably should count on
going into the army sometime
around Christmas. Married men
without children will go before
Everybody Will Be Called On
Nearly everybody, rich or poor,
man or woman, will be called upon
for war work before this thing is
over, says the southeastern war
manpower commission. Sooner or
later you can figure you'll be on
the farm, in a war factory or ship-
yard, unless you're destined for
the armed services.
Youth Will Help
Schools may be called on to
furnish crews for harvesting, ra-
tioning programs, civilian defense
and other activities, while school
buildings may be used for war
work training and pre-military.
.-)reparation. Educators have been
asked to consider the effective war
use of all youth-from grade-
school pupils to college" sttldents.
Living as usual is going out for
the duration.
Meat and Coffee Rationing
Like everything else coming to
America in ships, coffee is becom-

The Low Down
Willis Swamp

editor The Star:
I see where they ain't no such
'in g as a indispensable man.
generall Hersheyi says so-he's the
high jigamaroo who runs ithe draft
on- know.
We been told ov r anti over, for
ears. that' this guy or that guy
was indispensable and the only
Ivin' pp'son to save the country.
.\nd with open moulths we took it
in like a yokel at the country
air, .and voted the gent into of
The war has brought out a lo-

ing scarcer. WPB is. reducing
civilian coffee quotas to 65. per
cent of last year's peace-time con-
.Meat will appear less frequently
on our tables, for its rationing is
a. certainty in the near future. You
can count on 2%/ pounds per, peir-
son a week. This compares with
one pound a week in England. Ger-
mans are allowed, only 12 ounces
a week-Belgians a mere 5 ounces.
Seamen Needed
Registration of former sailors
on our merchant vessels begins
this- week. Seamen and officers
who've had previous sea experi-
ence are badly needed to Inan our
ships today.
-Carpenters are in great demand.
Acute labor shortages are appear-
ing in almost every line of work.
Civil Service is asking for men
and women who have any skill or
training, and paying good salaries.
There'll Be Changes Made
Each week new war orders fore-
shadow profound changes in our
living habits. Mail de-
liveries will be cut; some mail-
boxes will stand idle from now oUr
Hire of taxes and "drive
yourself" cars for pleasure is
banned.- Restrictions have
been put on bottled and artificial
gas. CCC camps are going
to be turned into detention cen-
ters and quarantine hospitals in
Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mis-
sissippi and Tennessee (and that
includes the CCC camp near We-
wahitchka. we understand).

ably know after doin' business
with Dave Gaskin and Mr. Barke.
They're busy, doin' very little
now 'ceptin' selling' War Bonds an'
Stamps. and they don't make a
nick 1 therefrom. It's even an ex-
pense to 'em. We been believin'
too much hooey and baloney ana
bias about bankers. I move we
give he Old Boys 3 cheers for '
change-they be-n called a horse
thief long enough.
But back to these here indispen-
sable men. The ones who have
claimed to be such, like Napoleon
and Caesar and that youngster
Alexnndrr. proved to have been
menaces versus indispensable.
Yours with 'the low down,

of dcbunkin'. You :ake banker. (1 Shasta Daisies Kill Selves
can't' afford to). More fingers Shasta daisies will bloom them-
has .been pointed at bankers than selves to death the first year they
at anybody, but bankers, they are planted unless some of the
don't talk 'back much, as you proT)- 'buds are removed.




r A

(Continued from Page 1)
number of our business men like Otto Anderson, W. C.
Roche and others, who practically have their backs to the
wall due to restrictions on gasoline, tires and cars.
It is important to point out that this measure woula
hurt nobody. In the first place, these big companies are
prospering through war'aontract work, and don't need the
comparatively, small amount of business represented by tire
sales. But beyond that, it. is a fact that both the oil com-
panies and the rubber companies do most of their business
through independent dealers-so it would mean, for them,
imply concentrating on wholesaling, so their own indepen-
..dent dealers could exist. Doesn't that seem fair?
' Tire manufacturers and -retreaders have demonstrated
that a maximum of 3,500 tons of crude rubber is all that is
required for the retreading of 30,000,000 "tires per year of
the 'type of retread proposed. This is far less than that
which has now monthly been allocated from the crude rub-
ber stock pile by government officials for the manufactur-
Sng of camelback for civilian passenger tire use since Pearl
The Star urges you to support these tire conservation
'bills by writing to Senators Pepper and Andrews and Con-.
gressman Sikes, urging their passage. It will mean that a
number of small business men, not only in Port St. Joe,
but throughout' the nation, will be given a new lease on
life, and it will mean tha-t necessary transportation in many
other vital cases will be available for the duration.

Local Boards To

Reclassify Some

Groups In Class 3

(Continued from Page 1)
cation, generally all ,of those regis-
trants whose wives are not finan-
cially dependent upon their earned
income wi,l if otherwise qualified,
be' classified into Class I-A sub-
ject to induction.
In all cases before any of these
registrants are placed in ClassJ-A
consideration shall be given 'to
their occupational necessity, and
if any are found to be essential in
war porduction, or in an industry
in support of the war effort, they
will be considered for occupational
At the present time local boards
have no authorization to consider
for reclassification that group of
registrants who on original classi-
fication were placed, in Class III
on a family relationship basis
maintained with wives and chil-

lie various boards will be for-
warded for' induction prior to the
tim. that married registrants are
generally ,being forwarded. In con-
sidering ithe original classification
of registrants, local Iboards cannot
consider for deferment on account
of dependency or family relation-
ship, those registrants who volun.
tarily acquired depndents or were
married at a time when their in-
duction was imminent, or after De-
cember 8, 1941.
It will be realized that the mili-
tary establishment is now in a po.
sition, with increased equipment
and facilities, to absorb larger
numbers of inductees, and. that
therefore local communities may
expect far greater calls in the
months ahead.


(Continued From Page 1)
Fort St. Je and Gulf county to in
form themselves as to the regular.
tions if they do not .already know
them, for a great amount of effort

dren, or with children, has been expended .in endeavoring
Calls for the induction of regis- to place the regulations before
trants are adjusted so that sub- everyone.
stantially all single registrants in Don't blame Sheriff Parker or
^^B ^r v

When you feel well. It is misery when you don't.
Have you ever dragged through a day made miserable
by a Headache, Neuralgia, Muscular Pains or Functional
Menstrual Pains-a day when only your sense of dutyW
kept you on the job?

Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills
usually relieve Headaches. You will find them effective
also in, the relief of the other nagging pains mentioned
above. Regular Package
A package of these 25 Tale25
prompt acting pain re- s25 Tablets, $1.00
lievers may save you ....'..
hours of suffering. .. a
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your local air raid warden for
asking you to put out certain
lights-do it without argument.
These rules are imposed by, the
U. S. Army for the protection of
coastal cities and shipping in the
Gulf. The enforcement has beee
given to the civilian defense coun-
cil, assisting the. city and county
law enforcement agencies. But if
they can't enforce the-dimout, the
army will step in-and, if it does
it will BE enforced.
Let's hope that will not be
necessary, and that from now on
these regulations will be cheer-
fully complied with by everybody,
whether they are inconvenienced
or not. A little inconvenience, fox
us who are staying safely at home
is not to be compared with the

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Nearly 100 per cent variation is
found in the weight and juice con-
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and tie husband and wife into a stronger
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Many homes break up from lack of
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The Defense Council has had splendid co-opera-

tion ii all phases of the work, yet. we are not

100%. We must all observe all rules in every way.

The Government has called on Sheriff B. E. Parker and requested
that he see that Local Authorities, together with Air Raid Wardens and
Auxiliary Police see to it that instructions are carried out.


We want every individual to feel that he is a part of this, and use
every effort to see that these instructions are carried out. We believe that
everyone will give 100% co-operation in this work. WE ARE
WITH AS THE COURT MAY SEE FIT. Let's pull together and save
ourselves any embarrassment as well as a heavy fine.
THIS WAR IS A TOTAL WAR. These instructions are for EACH
OF US and for the GOOD OF ALL. Our men on the fiont are fighting
for FREEDOM and LOVED ONES. We can do no less than to give our
EVERY EFFORT to back them up here at home. WE WON'T
B. E. PARKER, Sheriff.
B. B. CONKUIN, Chief Air Raid Warden.
M. 0. FREEMAN, Chief of Police.
C. A. McCLELLAN, Chief Auxiliary Police.





Boys Enter Military School
Robert Bellows Jr., Jimmie Mc-
Neill and John Lane left Sunday Societye i rsonails Chu
for Milledgeville, Ga., where they
entered Gordon Military School PHONE 51 MRS. W. S. SMITH, Editor PH
for the fall term.

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Ten per cent of your income
in War Bonds will help to
build the planes and tanks
that will insure defeat of Hit-
ler and his Axis partners.


Opens .Daily 2:45, Continuously
Saturday 1:00 Sunday 1:00

HIT NO. 1 -
Six-Gun Action On the Border!


with. DON "Red" BARRY and

Chapter No. 8
'Captain Midnight'

"Week-.td -for


September 13 14




Also Chapter No. 7





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The W. M. U. will meet next,
Monday at the church for the
usual Bible study session.

County Agent J. B. White says
it behooves every family that has
a place to plant a garden. "Since
vegetable transportation is slowly
coming to a halt, it looks as if we
will, have to grow our own vege-
tables if we are to have them,"
said ,Mr. White.
According to the county agent,
there are four essential things to
do in gardening: First, prepare'
seed beds well; second, put down
plenty of fertilizer; 'third, plant
good seeds, and fourth, keep the
weeds down.

'Work is scheduled to start Oc-
m-1 ;li mi~rmPnto-twned

cycle. Must be in good condition
and reasonably priced. Write Box
73, Care The Star, or call at The
Star office. 7-24tf
FOR RENT-Juniper Lodge at
Beacol Hill. Has 4 small apart-
ments, 1iartly furnished. Will lease
at $35 )er month to right party.
Inquire St. Joe Lumber Company.
Phone 0-J. 9-4tf
This is to notify that the Regis-
tration Books will be open negin-
ning the first Monday in Septem-
ber in ;the office of the County
Supervisor of Registration at the
Court House in Wewahitchka, and
all who have not registered in the
nast two Years will now be able to

tolber I on ite i governmen-ll i W11 l- uV a '" -. 1 1* .. ... .. au- .
Carrasbelle to Jacksonville oil pipe- register for the General Election
in November. 'The books will be
line across Florida and should be open il the office of the Supervisor
completed by December 15, Pe- of Registration until midnight of
troleum Oo-ordinator Harold Ickes October 10.
has announced. C.G. RISH,
wildes1 aSupervisor of Registration
The line, 185 miles long, will de-in and for Guf County.
liver 35,000 barrels of petroleum
products a day to Jacksonville. kIN THE CIRCUIT COURT, GULF
from-where it will be distributed IN CHANCERY
by barges sto points along the At- BUD HUDSON, Plaintiff,
lantic ntia-.coastal waterway as v.
far north s Virginia. DOLL' HUDSON, Defendant.
On Monday, October the 5th, 1942,
the Defendant, Doll Hudson, is re
To Attend Military School quiredtr ta npear to the Bill for Di-
Coleman Schneider, accompanied vorce filed against her in the'ss
by' his father, T. M. Schneider, cause, and The Star is hereby
left for ktlanta, Ga., Sunday to desigrate.d as the newspaper In
let or anta, Ga., Sunday which this order shall be published
enter the Georgia Military School once a week for four consecutive
at Gulf Ptrk, Ga., near Atlanta. weeks.
SWITNESS my banT indl sonl of
said Court this 2nd day, of Sep-.i
TB Death Toll Drops i tember A. D. 1942.
The death rate from tuberculo-' J. R. HUNTER,
sis in the United .Sitates per 100,- (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Count,
000 persons has decreased gince H. V .MOLE lf County, Florida.
1910 frong 250 to 50. Solicitor for Complainant. 10-2

ONE 51

Born, Friday, September 4, to
Mr. and, Mrs. Daniel Dobbs, a son.

Mrs. John Kirkland and chil-
dren, Arthur Bryan Jr., and Miss
Lois Crosby left last Saturday for
Opp, Ala., to spend a week with
relatives. Miss Margaret Blount
of DeFuniak Springs is taking [the
place of Miss Crosby at the, Dan-

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I: ,:.k .i .J Ni. i m i an e Lew i e.
I'li Liel to M obil-e la r Fridijy i'tr
a '. .: ,l' % l. t h i- % it 7 M r. a il
MPs W 0M How.ell.

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SOLING motd li cai s no "reoaired
look" or. your Shoea.

The Woman's Society for Chris- 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.
tian Service of the Methodist 11:00 a. m. Morning worship,
Church met Monday afternoon at Sermon topic: "Ashamed."
.he church in a combined business 7:00 p. m.-B. T. U.
and program meeting under th? 8:00 p. m.-Evening worship.
direction of Mrs. 'G. A. Patton. Sermon topic: "Whait Is Between
The devotional program was in Now and Armageddon?"
charge of Mrs. R. H. Reddick or .
the Young Women's Circle, and METHODIST CHURCH
she called on various members of Rev. 0. D. Langston, Pastor
her circle to develop the theme. 9:45 a. m.-Church school.
At this time it was decided that 11:00 a. m.-Morning worship.
each of the three circles would 7:15 p. m.-Youth Fellowship.
take under its wing six of the 18 8:00 p. m.-Evening worship.
young men of the church who are The Woman's society meets
in the, armed services and be re- Mondays at 3 p. m.
sponsible for seeing that they re- First TueSday after first Sunday,
c'ived reading matter, cookies and official board meeting.
other small gifts. Wednesday, 8 p. m., prayer and
The circles will meet next Mon- Bible study. Choir practice.
day as follows: Circle No. 2 with **
Mrs. 0. D. Langston; Circle No. 3 Mr. andi Mrs. Charles Martin
with Mrs. Edwin Ramsey. were week-end visitors in Carra-
t *A belle, guests of Mrs. J. W. Wilcox.
BY BAPTIST W. M, U. Mr. and Mrs. J..D. Teel and son
At the regular meeting of the spent the week-end, in Andalusia,
Woman's Missionary Union of the Ala., visiting with relatives.
Baptist church held Monday after- -
noon at the church, the nominat- Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lilius spent
ing committee reported as follows: the Labor Day week-end in Tampa
For president, Mrs. Charles Me- on business.
Clellan; for first vice-president, *
Mrs. E. C. Cason; for second vice, IMiss Jar.e LeHardy, who is at-
-resident, Mrs. W. 0. Nichols; for tending business college in Do-
third vice-president, Mrs. T. V. than, Ala., spent the Labor Day
Morris; for secretary, Mrs. Wes- week-end here with her mother,
ley Ramsey; for treasurer, Mrs. Mrs. Onnie Lou LeHardy.
J. 0. Baggett. *
It was announced at this time Mr. and, Mrs. W. J. Belin had as
that t h e annual associational their guest during the Labor Day
meeting will be held in this city holidays their daughter, Mrs. Nel-
on September 21, with guests for son Haygood of Mobile, Ala.
the day .being Miss Amanda *
Tinkle, returned missionary from Mr. and Mrs., Toin Strickland
Africa, and Miss Elsie Renfroe, and son spent the Labor Day holl-
Young People's leader. Theme of days in ,Quincy as guests of Mrs.
the meeting will be "Sweet Peace, Strickland's parents.
the Gift of God's Love." A meet- *
ing of the association executive C. J. Sullivan was transacting
boardd will also be held at that business in Atlanta, Ga., the first
.l.. of the week.



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