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 13, 1956
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).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
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System ID: UF00028419:01087

Full Text

A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
S Weekly Newspaper


Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County

Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"



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Official Photo of 1956 Shark Football Squad

760 Cast Bsallots In

First Primar Tues.

Chandler and Sherrifl In Group Four Run-Off

Beard and Nedley n Grup Three

42 young athletes make up the! This year's roster is pictured
1956 Shark football team. For the above.
:most part, they are good size boys They are:
and show much promise for the sea- BA: K ROW, left to rigait: Coach
sons to come as well as this coming Iamar Faison, Larry Por'e:, Ran-'
season, which will start here next nie Hlolsenback, Billy Denton. Blair
Friday night. Shuford, Wayne Taylor, Travis
Next Friday, the Shark will meet Jones, Franklin FletcherI Wilford
II:,- eleven from Apalachicola on Elliott, Charles Boyer, Terry Hi-
tse local field, note, Tommy Wilder, Glenn Alli-

Gulf County Fair Association Elects

Officers; Sets Fair For October 8-13

. At a recent meeting of the Gulf-
County Fair Association, the dates
of October 8 through 13 as the date
for the 1956 Gulf County Fair.
The Fair will be held at its usual

Committees For,

Stac House Named

Mrs. Paul Fensom, president of
the Port St. Joe High School Par-
ent-Teacher Association announces
the Stac House Committee as fol-
lows: Mrs. Wayne Biggs, director
Mrs. Bert Munn, Mrs. John Robert
Smith, Harry McKnight, Joseph
Dowd and J. Lamar Miller. Mrs.
Smith has been' named chairman of
the chaperone committee.
The Stac Holuse operates by two
committees, ope adult, committee
and one student committee. The or-
ganization pays its own operating
expenze;I and begins the year with
$170.00 in this fund. The special
account is $218.82 and is earmarked
for equipment when the youth cen-
ter has a building of its own.
The Stac House began operations
last Saturday night with over 100
members enrolled.
Donations from various clubs in-
clude The Port St. Joe Woman's
Club, $50.00; The Loyal Order of
the Moose, 25.00; Collins Campaign
Committee, $15.00; student projects
(selling stickers and holding. make
sales) $92.06 and special donations,
Among those due special thanks
in the operation of the Stac house
are Clyde Fite for erecting and
painting sign; The American Le-
gion and St. James' Episcopal
Church (for the use of their build-
ings) the St. Joe Recreation As-
sociation (donation of electric wa-
ter cooler) Mr. Charles Browne (in-
stallation and discount on water
cooler) Frank Le Hardy for the
juke box and Bob Nedley for the
Coca Cola machine; Don Sports
for giving free passes to members
of the graduating class.
The Stac House committee will
continue its effort to secure a youth
center. The City commission has
expressed a willingness to finance
this project and has appointed Tom
Coldewey as chairman of a Parks
and Recreation Committee.
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Robert Nedley, Jackie Davis and
Dick Dawson left Wednesday morn.
ing for Tallahassee where they
have enrolled as freshmen in Flor-
ida State University.

Mrs. Ernest Lowery and neice
Miss Judy Barton of Abbeville, Ala,
have returned from a week's visil
spent in Miami with Mrs. Lowery'i
daughter, Mi;':- Willa Dean Low
eryl who 1 a medl.al student ai tb(
Uiier'.-ilty of .viia-nl

place on Williams Avenue between
Third and Fourth Streets..
During the meeting, W. P. Com-
forter, local mortician, was elected
as president for the coming year.
Comforter said that plans were be-
ing made to put the Fair on a lar-
ger basis with the showing of ag-
ricultural products and Gulf Coun-
ty livestock products. Comforter
said that funds received in this end
of the fair would be laid a ;mde to
purchase land and build a livestock
pavillion for future showings.
The E. J. Gordon Amusement
Enterprises of Tampa will be on
the midway.
Other officers elected to serve
with Comforter are: Mrs. Mada-
leine E. Whitaker, General Mana-
ger; Leonard Belin, Treasurer;
Mrs. Fred Maddox and Mrs. Sam
Ford, Registration Secretaries; Cu-
bie Laird, Agriculture; Arthur Lup-
ton, Construction; Glyn Henley,
Grounds; Mrs. Fred Maddox, Super-
visor of Women's Division.

good, Larry Henley, William Cha. Don Johnson, Edward Sm'th and
fin, Ward Richards and Coach Ma"- William Stafford.
ion Craig. FRONT ROW, left to right, Ken-
MIDDLE ROW, left to right: Ron- neth Marlowe, manager, Terry Por-
nie Parker, Ross Hudson, Jackie ter, William Lucas, James Harper,
Mitchell, Ronnie Young, Alex Gail- Lynn Griner, Monty Gentry, Bill
lard, Richard Zipperer, Kenneth Chism, Ed Bobbitt, John Miller,
Hurlbut, Willie Daniell, Douglas Johnny Price, Pat O^Brian, Leonard
Walters, Frank Griffin, Ralph Pelr, Costin and Rudy Burge, Manager.
Michael Munn, David Musselwhite, (STAR PHOTO)

Ivey Williams Is

Taken By Death

Iveyv Williams, 74 years of age,
was taken by death Sunday, Sep-
tember 9 following a lengthy ill-
ness. Mr. Williams was born in
Georgia -but has been a long-time
resident of Port St. Joe.
Funeral services for Ivey Wil-
liams were held at the First Metho-
dist Church "h1l. .'. September 10
at 4:00 p.m. Rev. Fred Davis, pas-
tor officiated, with Rev. C. Byron
Smith, pastor of the First Baptist
Church, assisting.
Members of the Masonic Lodge
served as ac'ive and honorary pall-
Interment was at Holly Hill Cem-
etery at Port St. Joe with Masonic
Rites at the graveside.
Survivors, included his wife, Essie
Williams; our sons, Robert, Caw-
thon and John of Port St. Joo and
Jack of Manchester, N. H.; two
daughters, Dorothy of Port St. Joe
and Mrs. Buford Mitchell of Mar-
ianna and seven grandchildren.
,Comforter Funeral Home of Port

St. Joe was in charge ot arrange-
Chairmen of the Women's Divi- ments
sion were named as follows: Can-ents.
sion were named as follows: Can- ._

ning, Mrs. John M. Griffin; Baked
Products, Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.;
Clothing, Mrs. P. G. Hart; Handi-
craft, Mrs. James Guilford; Orna-
mentals, Mrs. Glyn Henley; .Horti-
culture, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast; Gen-
eral Health, Mrs. Roberta Harden,
R.N. and F. E. Trammell, Sanitary
Officer; Garden Clubs, Mrs. T. J.
Mitchell; .Schools, Mrs. Bernard
Pridgeon; General School Ex. Le-
roy Bowdoin, BT B. Scisson; Boy
Scouts, J. T. Simpson and Colored
School Ex., Emile Twine.

Coach Marion Craig

Speaks To Rotarians

,In his own inimitable style Coach
Marion Craig gave his annual foot-
ball report to the Rotarians at their
meeting last Thursday at noon. Al-
though faced with a rugged sche-
dule, he said that he had plenty of
good materiaL.that just needed ex-
perience. Morale was high and that
he was optimistic about the coming
,Craig spoke glowingly of the ac-
complishments of the Lions and the
Kiwanis, the new electric score-
board and the restrooms which are
now complete, and ,suggested that
anyone looking for a new project
might build a press box.

'A meeting of the Band Boosters
Association will be held tonight at
8:00 p.m. at the Port St. Joe High
School. All members, and thosa
wishing to join are urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allemore
and daughter Mrs. Ferrell Allen,
Jr., left Wednesday for Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen are living in
Gainesville while Mr. Allen attends
the University of Florida.


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Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gaillard and
daughter Ann left Monday for
Gainesville where Mr. Gaillard will INTRODUCING
continue his studies at the Univer-
sity of Florida. Rev. Gardner D. Underhill, new
-- priest-in-charge of the St. James'
George Hill returned to Tallahas- Episcopal Church. A reception will
see last week end to enter Florida be held for Rev. Underhtll and fain-
State University or another year fly Friday night beginning at 7:30
of t'ludN -- ------- ,p.m, at tL&-PariolI House --

Polio Patient Reported

At Municipal Hospital

The first polio patient of the
year was admitted to Municipal
Hospital Monday afternoon.
The patient is Jim B.. Daniells,
55 of near Scotts Ferry, about
10 miles East of Wewahitchka.
The patient was admitted un-
der observation by Dr. Harold
B. Canning of Wewahltchka and
his illness was definitely diag-
nosed as polio Tuesday.
Daniells has no paralysis but
is running high fever.
He was transferred to the State
Polio Foundation Hospital at Tal-
lahassee Memorial :Hospital by
Comforter Funeral Home ambu-
lance Wednesday.

Port St. Joe To

Observe UN Day

Port St. Joe will join in the 11th
world-wide celebration of United
Nations Day, October 24.
A local United Nations Day Com-
mittee to plan community activities
was this week appointed by Mayor
J. L. Sharit.
Ernest C. Wimberly, was named
by Mayor Sharit, to head Port St.
Joe's United Nations Day Commit-
tee. He will coordinate the various
programs being sponsored by local,
civic, fraternal, religious, youth
and service organizations.
Serving with Mr. Wimberly on
the Committee are: H. W. Griffin,
Mrs. M:,'l le Childers, Mrs. Alma
Jones and Wesley R. Ramsey.
Mayor Siarit announced informa-
tion of the UN Day Committee in
response to a request from the
United States Committee for the
United Nations which is delegated
by the Secretary of State each year
to promote the nationwide observ-
ance of United Nations Day
throughout the country. October 24,
1945 was the day that the United
Nations officially came into being.
The theme for the 1956 celebration
of UN day is "The UN Is Your

Returns To -School
Miss Marietta Chafin, a sopho-
more at Judson College, Marion,
Ala,, returned to school last Friday
fo. a BSU pre-school retreat. She
iz, Training Union Director of the
Baptist Student Union this year.

Leaves For Illinois
John Staton Barrier, left Friday
for Wheaton, Illinois. He will en-
ter the Wheaton College Graduate
School of Theology. He received
his BS degree at FSU in June.

Enrolls At Tallahassee
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder ac-
1 companies their daughter Miss Pat-
- sy Wilder to Tallahassee where shi
0 will resume her studl" at Florida
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753 of Port St. Joe's 1,275 voters
treked to the polls Tuesday, Sep-
tember 11 to vote in the First Pri-
mary Election to choose two Coun-
cilmen to serve for the next two
The voters gave the nod to Frank-
lin NW. Chandler, a former city Com-
missioner and Merrill "Sonny"
Sherrill to meet each other in the
Second Primary run-off next Tues-
day, September 18.

In Group Number Three, another'man in the trio of candidates with
former Commissioner, I. C. Nedley 179 votes.
was high man with Ted Beard Lhe In Group-Number Four, former
ranne*-up. These two will meet in
Group Three in the run-off. Commissioner Franklin Chandler
Group Three in the run-off.
Seven absentee ballots were cast came out with the most votes. He
making the total votes cast, 760. had 249. His running mate in the
In Group Number Three, former Second Primary Elec'ion, Merrill
Commissioner I. C. Nedley led the "Sonny" Sherrill had 226 votes. Al-
field with 335 votes. Charles F. so rans in the Fourth Group were
"Ted" Beard earned the right to F. K. Clark with 125 votes: incum-
be his running mate with 221 votes, bent Wesley R. Ramsey, 69 votes
R. H. "Bob" Ellzey was '2e t!'ird and T. S. Singletary with 68 votes.

Seek Cure For school Ills

Otis Pyle Named By Group To Head Council

Committees Are Now Being Chosen

.Approximately 250 people were1 The Port .St. Joe Elementary
in attendance last Thursday night School reported the worse condi-
at the High School Auditorium at tions of all. That school is five

a meeting of the Gulf County Edu-
cation Association.
The purpose of the meeting was
to discuss conditions in Gulf Coun-
ty Schools and to fori a new or-
ganization, the Continuing Educa-
tion Council in Gulf County to make
plans to remedy the school situa-
The problems of the Gulf County
schools have been widely discussed
for the past month and parallel the
problems throughout the nation. A
shortage of teachers is in evidence
and crowded conditions are the rule
rather than the exception through-
out the County.
Reports were given from all the
white schools in Gulf County. All
reported hardships and all but one
had teacher troubles.
Ira C. Mayfield reported from the
Wewahitchka High School. He re-
ported that Wewahitchka had a full
compliment 6f teachers but were
badly crowded for class room space.
He told of classes being held in
closets, libraries, first aid rooms,
auditoriums and even the lunch
H. F. Ayers, Principal of the
Highland View Elementary School
reported that while he had a tall
force of six teachers, two of them
are leaving within two weeks. They
are service wives who agreed to fill
in until other arrangements can be
made. Their husbands are being
transferred so they are moving.

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teachers short and six of the teach-
ers that are serving are sub-stand-
ard. Class rooms exist in the Elte-
mentary with over 50 pupils to the
class. Principal, Hubert Richards.
reported that there were four class
room with around 50 pupils in each.
Principal Leroy Bowdoin of the
Port St. Joe High School reported
that he was only one teacher short
and was probably in better shape
than the rest of the schools.
School Superintendent Thomas
A. Owens reported on Gulf County's
condition in reference with other
counties in the state. He declared
that Gulf was about average but
went further to say that the who!e<
state could stand improving.
B. B. Scisson gave a short ad-
dress to the new Council and list-
ed the purpose of the organiz.',iu,,
He said, "The Continuing Educa.
tional Council is a voluntary assoc-
iation of presidents and represent
ties of some of Florida's most ac-
tive and influential organizations
of laymen and laywomen, together
with representatives of FEA, Flo -
ida School Board Association, and
prominent individuals whose pur-
pose is to consider immediate and
emergency School needs and to
provide for more careful study of
plans and changes for the fu'urn).
Senator George G. Tapper was
invited to address the gathering on
ways that the problem might be
solved. Tapper flatly stated that

the only way Gulf's schools would
be improved would be for the citi-
zens of Gulf County to dig into their
pockets for the necessary funds.
Tapper stated that the people
could quit -...,c for a "John
Jones" to share the obligations that
are rightfully the citizens and that
Gulf Countians just as well make
up their minds to shoulder their
own responsibilities.
Tapper said that Gulf was lagg-
ing way behind in their school fi-
nancial responsibilities. He report-
ed that Gulf County tax payers paid
only 26.3% of the school budget
with the remainder of the money
coming from other sources. He said
that the state average of tax money
put up by Counties for school sys-
tems was 46%..
Several other brief addresses
were made, one by Joe Dowd, pres-
ident -of the High School PTA. Mr.
Dowd asked for a report from the
school people stating the specific
problems so that his organization
might take some action in the right
As a wind-up of the meeting, Otti
Pyle was named chairman of the
Continuing Education Committee
by a vote of those present. Mrs..
Tom Mosley was made recording
secretary and George G. Tapper,
corresponding secretary.
Two committees, a financial
committee and a planning commit-
tee, are being appointed by differ-
ent civic, business, manufacturing
groups throughout the County.
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A GRAPHIC EXAMPLE of class room and teacher shortage is shown above. The class is the
Sixth Grade with Mrs. Clyde Fitc as teacher. At the time thisypicture was made, there were
47 pupils in attendance when this picture was made, The room was so crowded that the-
ea-cher's d4 it at oie of the oos with her chair in the hall. (STAR POTO)



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Blanche Fay Fleishel Becomes Bride of

Earl Tom Pridgeon, Jr. In Church Rites

SMiss Blanche Fay Fleishel and impressive ceremony performed by
Earl Tom Pridgeon, Jr., were unit- Rev. Fred L. Davis in the First
ed in marriage at 5:00 p.m. Sun- Methodist Church of Port St. Joe.
day, August 26, in a beautiful and The bride is the daughter of Mr.

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and Mrs. Jule Percy Fleishel of
Port St. Joe. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tom Prid-
geon. Sr.. also of this city,
A sunburst arrangement of white
gladioli and chrysanthemums was
elevated in front of four tall seven
branched candelabra holding white
tapers. They formed a pyramidal
point against the red velour Dossal
lh in the background of the choir
loft which was banked with mag-
nolia leaves. Within the chancel
rail, at either side of the pulpit
were large pedestal baskets of
chrysanthemums and gladioli 'on
the continuation of the pyramided
candelabra to the altar railing. On
the altar table were'white candles
in brass holders. Magnolia leaves
placed in each window encircled a
single burnisg taper and two largo,
many looped white satin rosettes
centered with miniature mums with
White satin streamers marked the
I family pews.
Mrs. Basil Moore of Panama City,
cousin of the groom, rendered a
soft medley of pre-nuptial music.
Philip Knight of Blountstown sang
"Because" and "Our Love". The
bridal chorus from "Lohengr'ii"
was played as processional and the
Wedding March from "A Midsum-
mer Night's Dream" as recessional.
As *he marriage vows were spoken
soft strains from "A Wedding Pray-
er" were heard. The bridal pair
knelt for the marriage blessing and
the beautiful ceremony- was ter-
minated by the vocal rendition of
"The Lord's Prayer'".
The bride, radiantly lovely and
. given in marriage by her father,-
wore a floor length gown of Chan-
tilly lace and French illusion over
iDuchess satin, featuring basque bo-
dice, portrait neckline and cap
sleeves, he bouffant skirt consisted
of four tiers of illusion with inser-
tion of Chantilly lace. A snug fit-
ting bandeau of Alencon lace edged
with tiny scallops of the-same lace
and outlined with seed pearls held
the finger tip four tiered veil of
French illusion. She wore a single


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garet Denny and Miss Frances Hall.
Assisting in caring for the guests
were Mr. J. L. Sharit and Mrs.
Lindsey Temple. During -the recep-
tion Miss Kathryn Ma3shall played
a medley of nuptial music.
The bride came to Port St. Joe
in 1950 from Shamrock, Fla., and
graduated from St. Joe High School
with honors. She attended Florida
State University and is active in
the Youth Fellowship program of
the First Methodist Church.
The groom was graduated in
1954 from iBlountstown High
School. He attended Florida State
University where he was in the
Florida State University Band, and
a member of the University Sing-
ers. He is now in the insurance
business with his father in Port St.
Joe and is active in the Youth and
Music departments of the Fi.'at
Methodist Church.
Mrs. Pridgeon chose for her tra-
veling costume a beige shantung
tailored suit with tangerine acces-
sories. She wore the orchid from
her wedding corsage. Mr. and Mrs.
Pridgeon visited points of interest
in central Florida and are now at
home to their friends at 1301 Mon-
ument Avenue, Port St. Joe.
Among the out of town guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whitten
of Pensacola, Mrs. S. Cheek, and
Jo Helen Cheek of Cross City, Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Brown of Shamrock,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Skipper, Mr. anil
Mrs ,Sam Morgan, Mr. and Mrs.
Vy Domeika, all of Panama City.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Leath, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Durham, Hester and
Brenda Durham, Rev. and Mrs. W.
0. Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Bart
Knight, Sissy Knight, Miss Chris-
tine Adkins, iss Julie Leonard; Miss
Pat Finley, and Miss Beth McDon-
ald, all of Blountstown. Mr. and
Mrs. J .E. Pridgeon, Miss Joan as-
kin, Miss Ann Mayfield, and Miss
Nancy Maddox, Mr. and Mrs. M. G.
Brock and grandchildren, all of
Wewahitchka. Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
Echols, Jr., and Louie Elihol., Ill
of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. James
Watts Larry Watts, of Quincy, Mmss
Roberta Flanders, of Tallahassee,
Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Guidry, Mrs.
Charles Pridgeon, Jr., and Melanie
Pridgeon, all of Crowley, Louisiana.

Smokey Says:


Carolyn Brigman, Stephen F. Tarrantino

Are Married At Home of Bride's Parents

Miss Carolyn Anne Brigman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Durel
Brigman of Port St. Joe and Steph-
en Ferris Tarantino, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Slyvester Tarantino of Apala-
'chicola were married August 31, at
6:00 p.m. at the home of the bride's
The Rev. J. C. Odum performed
the double ring ceremony in the
presence of the immediate families,
before the candle lighted altar bank-
ed with palms and jade fern- with
arrangements of white gladioli and
Chinese chrysanthemums.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a dress of white im-
ported cotton with raised blue sat-
in embroidery, fashioned with fit-
ted bodice and short sleeves. The
bouffant skirt was of ballerina
length and her shoulder length veil
of illusion was arranged to a half
hat of catching material. She car-
ried a white satin-covered Bible
adorned with cascade arrangement
of lillies of the valley centered with
a yellow-throated white, orchid.
A reception was held immediately
following the ceremony. The bride's
table, covered with an imported
linen cut work cloth was centered
with a three tiered wedding cake
surrounded with white nosegays.
Assisting at the reception were
Mrs. J. C. Odum and Mrs. Fern



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brown and rust cotton tweed with
black accessories. Her corsage was
the orchid from her bridal bouquet.
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strand of pearls, a gift of the groom, Iwere a corresponding shade of
and carried a cascade bouquet of blue, Her corsage was asters tint-
tube roses and stephanotis, center- ed in shades of old rose.
ed with a yellow throated white or- The mother of the groom, chose
chid, on a small white Bible. for her son's wedding a dress of
Miss Jo Helen Cheek, of Cross mauve rose brocated satin. Her vel-
City, maid of honor, wore a waltz 'vet hat, gloves and shoes were also
length gown pale pink nylon chif- of mauve rose. Her corsage was
fon. featuring a sirred waist, por- tinetd azure blue carnations.
trait neckline and cap sleeves. Her The maternal grandmother of
matching head band was of rucked the bride, Mrs. W. W. Whitten, of
tulle outlined with pearls. She car- Pensacola, wore a frosted blue silk
ried a crescent bouquet of carna- dress with harmonizing silk printed
tions exactly matching the pale flowers. Her accessories were white
pink of her gown. The bridesmaids, and she wore a white corsage of
Miss Patsy Wilder, Miss Boncile carnations.
McCormick, and Miss Nanc- Prid- The paternal grandmother of 'he
geon, sister of the groom, wore groom, Mrs. J. E. Pridgeon, of We-
pastel shades of green, yellow and wahitchka was similarly gowned in
blue, respectively, identicaiy styl- navy blue sheer with whit. acces-
ed like that of the maid of honor series. Attached to her collar was!
ard carried crescent bouquets a corsage of white carnations.
matching their dresses. T h e i r Immediately following the cere
gloves and satin slippers were of mony, a reception was held in the
the same color and their hoed band social room of the church. "the
were identically designed like that bride's table covered with a whhe
of the mai dof honor, and each at- organdy cloth, edged at the table
tendant wore a strand of pearls edge with a ruching of orgindy had
The flower girl, little Miss Mel- a full gathered flounce that fell to
anie Pridgeon. daughter of Mr. and tte feoor. It overlaid a petal pink
Mrs. Charles Pridgeon of Crowley, u,:derskirt, and was scattered wi:h
La., and cousin of the groom, wore pale link sweetheart rose. To.,
a gown of orchid nylon chiffon, and tall, there branched silver c;'ndel-
carried a basket of petal's matching abrum entwined with half blown
the pastel colors of the bridesmaids sweetheart roses and holding pink
dresses. On the basket was attach- tapers illuminated either end of

ed a iiniature- coruage to be wur cthe table. The delicate pinK three
at the reception. Charles Pridgeon, tiered wedding cake, decorated in
:Jr., also of Crowley, served as ring frosted pale pink sweetheart rose
.bearer. The ring was born on a pil- buds, centered the table and was
low covered with white satin and encircled by drifts of pale pink
ornamented with sprays of lily of tulle, rosebuds and fern.
the valley. The punch table was identically
The bridegroom chose as his best decorated and punch was served
man. Richard Leath, of Blounts- from an antique silver bowl. Float-
town, and his usher groomsmen ing in the center was a frozen ice
were Hayes Leonard and Robert wedding ring containing miniature
Newman of Blountstown and Blair pink sweetheart rose buds. Decor-
Shuford and Jimmy Costin of Port nations of flower trees and tall sev-
St. Joe. en branched candelabra holding
The mother of the bride was pale pink candles, were placed at
gowned in peau de soie of powder intervals throughout the room.
blue, with linen lace bodice. Her The bride's book was kept by
small hat fashioned of satin petals Miss Martha Costin, and floor host-
was also powder blue. Her three- esses for the occasion were Mrs.
quarter length gloves and shoes Chauncey Costin, Mrs. Charles
,_____ "Browne, and Mrs. Edwin Ramsey.
Serving were Mrs. James Bray,
n m Mrs. Waring Murdock, Miss Mar-

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Proposed Constitutional Amendments To Be Vote'1 On

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I .- wio****e f* *\ !> the supreme court or- to (b) Jurisdiction. The said courts shall suchl method A the icgslature may pre- diction and authority over all causes, Dade County and any other one or mere first next following the official ce.n s
>. .tt c'C,-t, have Jurisdiction of all criminal cases not scribe and determine, without being lim-I ters and proceedings not so transferred counties in the State of Florida or to any and each county shall be allowed at least
,4.ed therein Iy." *e*prois.oMns cn thas ,o-- I the district courts oi appeal, 'muipatynDde onyad any one it) representative 'and the remaining
N*."rbt.', e ..," ,, court shall provide for ex- capital which shall arise In said countiess Ited therein by the provisions in this con- the district courts appeal, municipality in Dade Couniy and any one 111 representative and the remaining
(.Mlde o hh 0 I ;;S >, i ..- ard inexpensive procedure In respectively, stitution as to trial by jury in Sections (7i All trial courts as organizeB other one or more municipalities of the representatives shall be apportioned aiong
.7ste -. 1'it!> 'i .n, ?t ,,i.- t.he district courts of appeal, ic Terms There shall be six terms of 3 and II of the Declaration of Rights, as constituted on the effective date of State of Florida, and the home rule charter those counties which have a popular;. A
tivP.'r v-,pyo'g %. n. oi'de for review by such courts said court. ,a each year. to the use of the terms "pro.wcuting at- Article shall, except as otherwise pr.,v provided for herein shall not conflict with in excess of eight thousand (8,010) In.eacih
;ttuic*.- of I l ,'.1 -'( d .<-.. ('ry orders or decrees in mat- (di Prosecuting Attorney: term There forney' and "Information" in Section 10i terein, continue with their Jurisd., any provision of this Constitution nor of county. The population in execs of eight
sare*-rs Asret;. < t, *--u ` I S-.ivacie by the district courts of shall be for each of said courts a prose- of the occlaration of Rights, as to elec- Judges and officers. Including '.he ma.,, any applicable general laws now applying thousand (8,000i in each county shall be
ftth (' i' '1* ...-.. -*- ,*-, d to -.- appeal, cutting attorney who shall be.elected for a tlon or aplpnintment of officers in Section of their election or appointment, unt. to Dade County and any other one or divided by the number of representatives
',%s.!; thf, tr< i ,-. o i .."'t ,14., T '-r],ht courts of appeal shall have term of four years by the qualified elec- 27 of Artlcle 3 a, to Jurisdictton of crimi- otherwise provided by the legislator.,. more counties of the State of Florida ex- in excess of one (11 for each county and
,u'lons -.I-c 1-2.4 u&t. tr. i". - Jo', :r.e action as may be provided by law county officials are elected and whose this Article. as to orioidal jurisdiction of there shall be tn additi al Judge for th tion nor shall any ordinance enacted in be used as a basis for apportioning the
:.a.n t;.y ''.0 e',..,,- .- .,,' -'.. cit :,. iqtlrict court of appeal or any Judge compensation shall be fixed by law. I the Interest. o f m4nors in Section 6 of this Fourth Judicial Circuit who shall r*fsi., pursuance to said home rule charter con- representatives in excess of one (Il for
1h1 .aid Job' ,,l[... ''ub-'"' *,etpc, may issue writs of habeas corpus (6 Indictment and information. All of- Article, Pd ,,s i.4 style of process .and In Duval County, and shall receive the flict with this Conatitution or any such each county. For each such unit or ma*
?3 the c.-,ora .-.. r1-.. -, te;i ",,, -rnnable before that district court of lenses triable in said court shall be pros- prosecuiiiag thlle name of the state in same salary and allowances for cxpn..es applicable general law except as expressly Jor portion thereof, in each coun" com-
1i Elet0'. .n,*- .. ...peal or any judge thereof, or before ecuted upon information under oath. to be Section 20 of this Article. or other exist- as other circuit Judges In and for li cir- authorized herein, nor shall the charter puted on the population m i ns of
NOW, T-lPX-"-' H ," vy circuit Judge in that district. A dis- filed by the prosecuting attorney, but the tIng conflicting provisions of this consti- cult court of said county.e wich alrepv"f any municipality in Dade County con- eight thousand (8,000) In :ach county,
secce.rr 01 fiim:e th a & ,f Y.eri. tct court of appeal may Issue writs of grand jury of the circuit court for the tution and expenses shall e paid by said .-inty flict with this Constitution or any such the county shall be -allowed one ill ad-
ic ,wreb f give .C"l". .. r eendamus, certiorari, prohibition, and quo county in which said criminal court is Section 13. dlijub:hty/ requirements ,or out of its general revenue. The adcI'ti'.m applicable general law except as expressly ditlonal representative, -except that if
OF ** E.'P, A:, ELE.C ..'o ,, arranto, and also all writs necessary or held may indict for offenses triable in the I justices amnd judges. No person shall be Judge of the circuit court of Dnivl Ccl authorized herein, provided however that within the. limits set forth herein, any
T' h:., i, rach .,y ,.c P o-oda er proper to the complete exercise of its ju- criminal court. Upon the finding of such eligible for the office of Justice of the su- holding office on the effective d au.' o'f f laid charter and said ordinances enacted county or counties cannot be allowed
.telday "'xt .'":cc=din. g h ,h rst Mo:day lsdiction. Indictment the circuit judge shall commit preme cour. or Judge of a district court of this Article under former Section 9" of in pursuance thereof may conflict with, representative for a major portion of
.i Navr. ... A. D, hr sd T y c(dClerks and Marshals. Each district or ball the accused for trial in the crimi- appeal unlet.s he is a citizen of this state, Article V shall become the additional"judge modify or nullity any existing local, spe- such unit, or if there should remain any
eing the SIXTH (0A I <0" 'NE" I court of appeal shall appoint a clerk and nal court, which trial shall be upon infor- and uriess he Is, at the time. a member here. provided for until the expiration* of ;al or general law applicable only to representatives to be apportioned, then
lot toe ratiRcatio., e*J *t *aid e-lnt, Ro. *. p-!* -- a A.rr B.tais to .li Co,'.iution toe 6tste of duties as the court may direct. Their criminal jurisdiction of county courts. The been. a member of the bar of Florida; Judge for the circuit court of the judlc'a' ;strued to limit or restrict the power of tilon of suclf unit until all of said num.
1,14), vIt: compensation shall be fixed by law. The county courts IT counties where such I and no person shall be eligible for the circuit wherein the state capital 1 lo- i of the Legislature to enact general laws her of representatives shall be appor-
---- marshal shall have power to execute the criminal courts are established shall have office of Judge of a circuit court or crimi- cated. Subsequent to the first Tue-day which shall relate to Dade County ,and toned.
'O ; process of the court throughout the state, no criminal Jurisdiction and no prosecut- nal! court of record who is not twenty-five after the first Monday in January 1957 any other one or more counties of the Section 4. Effective date.-This amend-
CO.Im"rT E. SOUBSrKiT-TE PoR and in any county may dep"t*e the sheriff Ing attorney. years of age and a member of the bar of the governor shill appoint the first jtidg, state of Florida or to any municipality ment shall become effective immediately
htOrSC ,O' I'- KE.O.!'-TION, 0 N. 810. or a deputy -heriff for such purpose. (gl Clerk, The clerk of said court shall i Florida. Any senator or member of the hereunder to serve for a term expiring on 1in Dade County and any other one or upon ratification by a majority of the
A' Jo;t. Rsoet)or, pr.-ipcnlr" tA.-- revi- Section 6. Circuit Courts. be elected by the electors of the county in house-of representatives otherwise quall- the first Tues.day after the first Moaday in more municipalities of the State of Florida qualified electors of the state. The gov-
tiot o: Article -,: .te Const!tution of (L) Judicial Circuits. The legislature which the court is held and shall hold fled shall be eligible for appointment or January 195C. following the electl',n of his ; relating to county or municipal affairs ernor shall apportion the house Intmne-
the aeil M lF'icrid reA)it'.in tar the Ju- may establish not more than sixteen Ju- office for'four years, and his compensation election to any Judicial office which may successor at the general eleeIlon in No-' and all such general laws shall apply to diately after ratification based upon 'the
dticla: rT).,ri,,ni of the.Ir Ovcrl-acnt. dicial circuits each composed of a county shall be fixed by law. He shall also be have been created, or the emoluments vemrber 1958, vhich successor iall serve Dade County and to all municipalities latest official census and call a special
BE 'T RES*OLVFI.' y rf TH EQwISLA- or contiguous counties and of not less clerk of the county court. The sheriff of whereof may have been increased, during for a term extiring on tho -.-> Tuesday i therein to the same extent as if this election so that new vacancies of the
.URE O ')PTHF- TA rE OF FLORIDA: than fifty thousand inhabitants according the c-.r-.y shall be the executive officer the time for which he was elected, after the first Monday it j.nuarv 19I1 section had not been adopted and such house and senate may be filled prior to
That '.he fol -,oint proposed revision of to the last census authorized by law, ex- of said court, and his duties and fees Section 14,. Vacancies in office of judge, following the election of r:. iccensor at '; general laws shall supersede any part or the next session of the legislature. Those
Artile' V ,.! ,h: f ,t.-fiutlon of the State cept that the county of Monroe shall con- shall be fixed by law. how filled. When the office of any judge I the general election in I -ve-iber 1960., portion of the home rule charter provided elected will serve until the next general
of. Firlda iz he'i.'i gr'-ed to nsad shall statute one of the circuits. (hl State attorney eligible for appoint- shall become vacant from any cause, the I which successor shall *er- for the full for herein in conflict therewith and shall election..
to: subnmite- to ',-i eleftors of this state (b) Circuit Judges. The legislature shall meant as county solicitor. The state attor- successor to fill such vacancy shall be ap- term and his successor'., c',..; as other- supersede any provision of any ordinance -
tor ratification ,.: xejection at the next provide for one circuit Judge in each cir- ney -residing in the county where such pointed or elected only for the unexpired wise provided for clr,'Lt Jtr:,. enacted pursuant to said charter and in NO. 6.
teneral election tc be held in November cult for each fifty thousand inhabitants or court is held shall be eligible for appoint- term of the Judge whose death, resigna- 10) ,Until otherwi-,. t ..,idJd by the conflict therewith, and shall supersede SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 7M
of 166 that tsay:I major traction thereof according to the ment as county solicitor for said county, tion, retirement, or other cause created legislature, orders of the F'lrida Industrial any provision of any charter of any mu- A Joint resolution proposing an amend.
SAT'CLEV V last census authorized by law. In circuits (1) Criminal courts of record may be such vacancy.e Commission shall b,i ubject to review only nicipality in. Dade County in conflict ment to Article V of the constitution of
JUD -k ODEPARTMENT having more than one judge the legislature abolished by legislature. Such courts may Section 15. Election of fudges. Circuit by petition to the diFttiL courts of appeal therewith. the state of Florida by adding thereto
Sect;oi 1. C --- The judicial power may designate the place of residence of bc abolished by the legislature. Judges shall be elected by the qualified for writ of certio-ir'. (g) Nothing in this section shall be con- an additional section to provide for two
2; thS at. 0 f **r da is vested in a su- any such additional judge or judges. Section 10. Court of Record of Escam- electors of their respective judicial cir- (11) All provisions of law pertaining to strued to limit or restrict the power and judges of the Criminal Court of Record
woe .-wurt, cdi rict courts of appeal, cir- (c) Jurisdiction. The Circuit courts bin County. In Escambia County there cults as other state and county officials the State Board of .Lawv Ea.lminers shall Jurisdiction of the Railroad and Public in Duval County, Florida.
*alt cour- Curt 2> Re-ord of Escambia shall have exclusive original jurisdiction shall be a court -of record with two or are elected, continue in effe,; Intl' superseded in a Utilities Commission or of any other state BE IT ENACTED BY THE LGISLA-,
Ci.unti c.1m.r.n.l >-urts cf record, county in all cases in equity except such equity more judges as the legislature may pro- Judger of district courts of appeal shall manner authorlze0 by this Article. agency, bureau or commission now or TURE OP THE STATE OFP FLORIDA:
cuurtl. co-.ty j.dge's courts, juvenile jurisdiction as may be conferred on ju- vide, who shall be elected for a term of be elected by the qualified electors of their (12) This Article thMll I.ot disturb the hereafter provided for in this Constitu- That the following amendment to Atr.
courts, court, cf )iSt.es of the peace, venile courts, in all cases at law not cog- six years by the qualified electors of said respective districts as other state and terms of incumbent Judges, tion or by general law and said state ticle V of the Constitution of the State
and such othT >.ura' Including municipal nizable by subordinate courts, in all cases county as other county officials are elected, county officials are elected. (13) The provision for automatic retire- agencies, bureaus and commissions shall of Florida be added as an additional see-
courts, or c.;rr..,t,-on's, as the legislature involving the legality of any tax, assess- and whose compensation shall be fixed by Justices of the supreme court shall be ment in Section 17 of this Article does not have the same powers in Dade County as tion to be appropriately numbered by the
msy front ltm- toc ie ordain and estab- ment, or toll, in the action of ejectment, the legislature. Said court shall have ex- .elected by the qualified electors of the apply to any person now holding office, shall be conferred upon them in regard Secretary of State and same is hereby
lish. in all actions involving the titles or elusive jurisdiction of all criminal cases state as other state and county officials (14)i Upon the adoption of this Article, to other counties. agreed to and shall be submitted to the
Sefcfo b. A dministation. The chief boundaries of real estate, and in all crimf- not capital and, concurrent with the cir- are elected. the legislature shall enact such laws nind (h) If any section, subsection, sentence, electors of the State of Florida for rati-
juitice of .!' 'uj.r',-t court is vested with, nal cases not cognizable by subordinate cult court of said county and the judges The Judges of district courts of appeal make such appropriations and the su- clause or provisions of this section is held fiction or rejection at the general election
and shall ex:c"'a h accordance with rules courts. They shall have originaL jurisdic- thereof, the same original Jurisdiction of Identified as belonging to Group "A" shall preme court shall make such rales as may invalid as violative of the provisions of to be held 'on the first Tuesday fittr
ol that -- :, t, authority temporarily to tion of actions of forcible entry and un- all cases and matters and the same power be elected in 1958 and every six years be necessary or proper to give effect to its Section 1 Article XVI of this Constitution the first Monday in November. 1958:
ausign -;3'.-'.: o, the supreme court to lawful detainer, and of such other mat- and authority to issue all writs as the thereafter; those identified as belonging to provialsons, the remainder of this section shall not be Section -. From and after the adop-
judges ci .istrlct courts of appeal and shall have final appellate jurisdiction in Judges thereof, excepting the power to every six years thereafter; and those NO. 2. (1) It is declared to be thq intent of a Judge of the Criminal Court of .Reo.
circuit Judvs to the supreme court, dis- all civil and criminal cases arising in the summon and empanel a grand jury, and identified r.s belonging to Group "C" shall SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION the Legislature and of the electors of the ord of Duval County, Florida, in addl-
tritc court's uf appeal. and circuit courts, county court, or before county judges' Jurisdiction of such other matters as the be elected in 1962 and every six years NO. 1046.. State of Florida to provide by this sec- tion to the Judge of Said Criminal Court
and J'ldge of other courts, except muni- courts, of all misdemeanors tried in crim- legislature may provide. The rules of thereafter. A Joint resolution proposing an amend tion home rule for the people of Dade of Record already provided in aid
ci-El courts,. t- judicial service in any inal courts of record, and of all cases procedure and practice applicable to the Election of circuit Judges shall be held ment to Article VIII of the Constitution County in local affairs and this section County, said Judge shall be elected at
r-urt f tr.e same or lesser jurisdiction, arising In municipal courts, small claims circuit court of said county shall obtain in the year 1960 and every six years providing for home rule in Dade County hall be liberally construed to carry out the General Election next succeeding .lie
Any retire.1 justice or Judge may, with his courts, and courts of justices of the peace, in the court of record, thereafter, by amending Section 11 thereof such purpose, and it is further declared coming into effect of this Amend; -.t,
consent.. be likewise assigned to judicial The circuit courts and judges shall have The provisions of this constitution and Two justices of the supreme court shall BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA to be the intent of the Legislature and except as otherwise provided herein, nd
service. power to issue writs of mandamus, injunc- all laws enacted in consonance therewith be elected in 1958 and every six years TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. of the electors of the State of Forida shall hold office for four years n re-
Sec.tuon S. Practice and Procedure. The tion, quo warrant, certiorari, prohibition, pertaining to circuit courts and the officers thereafter; three justices of the supreme That the following amendment t A tha the revisions o this Constitution celve the same salary and allow.uces
practice nd procedure in all courts shall and habeas corpus, and all writs neces- thereof and to appeals and writs of error court shall be elected in 1960 and every cle VIII. Section 11, of the constitution of nd general laws which shall relate to for expenses as is provided by law for the
be governed by rules adopted by the anu- sary or proper to the complete exercise of from circuit courts, including the manner six years thereafter; two justices of the Florida is hereby agreed to and shall be Dade County and any other one or more Judge of a Criminal Court of Recor, of
:.rp.ene court., their jurisdiction, of the appointment or election and the supreme court shall be elected in 1962 submitted to the electors of the State of counties of the State of Florida or to any Dural County. He shall have all po s ars
Section 4. Pi preme Court. The circuit courts and circuit judges terms of office and compensation of said and every six years thereafter. Florida for ratification or rejection eit the municipality ino Dade County and any and perform all duties and posses all
(al Organizatiot. The supreme court shall have such extra-territorial.Jurisdic- officers, shall apply with like effect to the Such elected justices and Judges shall next general election to be held in N other one r more municipalities of the qualifications that are or may be proded
sh4,l coialst of seven members, one of tion in chancery cases as may be pre- court of record of Escambia County and take office on the first Tuesday after the vember. 1956-: State of Florida enacted pursuant thereto or prescribed by the Constitution or by
whom shall be the chief justice. Five scribed by law. l the officers thereof except as otherwise first Monday in the following January. Article VIII Section 11 is hereby by the Legislature shall be the supreme statute for the Judge of the Crin.:nal
jutice.s shall constitute a quorum, but (d) Court Commissioners. A circuit provided in this section; provided that\the Section 16. Terms of office of certain amended to read as follows' law in Dade County, Florida, except as Court of Record of Duval County, and
t:e acc-c.rrence of four shall be necessary judge may appoint in each county in his compensation and expense allowances of judges. The terms of office of justices of Section 11 (a). The electors of Dade expressly provided herein and this section all statutes concerning said Judge shall
to a *erision circuit one or more attorneys at law, to said Judges of said court of record shall the supreme court. Judges of district County. Florida, are granted power to shl be strictly construed to maintain apply to him. Provided, however, trhat it
(a) Juridiction. Appeals from trial be court commissioners, who shall have be paid by Escambia County and shall be courts of appeal, and circuit judges shall adopt, revise, and amend from time to such -supremacy f this Constitution and there be a judge of a Provisional Criminal
eov:t% insy be taken directly to the nsu- power in the absence from the county of the same as paid to and received from be six years, time a home rule charter of government of the Legislature into the enactment of Court in Duval County upon the adop-
preinme court, as a matter of right, only the circuit judge, to allow writs of in- all sources by Judges of the circuit court Section 17. Retirement suspension and for Dade County. Florida, under which general laws pursuant to this Constitution. tion of this Amendment, such Judge shall
Lrom judgments imposing the death pen- Junction and to issue writs of habeas cor.- of said county resident in said county, removal of judges. Notwithstanding the the Board of County Commissioners of become such. additional Judge, and hall
alty, from f judgments or decrees di- pusreturnable before himself or the cir- At the request of a judge of the circuit provisions of this Article relating to terms Dade County shall be the governing body' REPEALED be commissioned by the Governor to old
rectly passing rpon the validity of a state cult judge. Their orders in such matters court of Escambia County evidenced as of Office- This charter: NO. 3. 1 office as a Judge of the Criminal Court
statute or a federal statute or treaty, or may be reviewed by the circuit judge, now provided by law a judge of the court (a) All justices and judges shall auto- (i) Shall fix the boundaries of each SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION of Record of Duval County, until his
construing a controlling provision of the and confirmed, qualified or vacated. They of record may assume and perform in matically retire at age 70; county commission district, provide a NO. 1052 successor is duly elected .and qualified.
Florida or federal constitution, and from may be removed by the circuit judge. The every respect the Jurisdiction and duties m (bi Subject to rules of procedure to be method for changing them from time to ,.--
final Judgments or decrees in proceedings Legislature may confer upon them fur- of the circuit court of Escambia County or established by the supreme court, and time. and fix the number, terms and come N O L4 S EJ NOL 7O
foI the validation of bonds and ce rtificates their powers, not judicial, and shall fix a Judge thereof, including the trial of after notice and hearing, any Justice or Pensation of the commissioners, and their SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO.
of indebtedness. The supreme court may their compensation. capital cases and the power to summon Judge may be retired for disability at re- method of election. NO. 119 A joint resolution proposing an amend.
directly review by certiorari interlocutory (e) Recommendation to Attorney Gen- and empanel a grand jury: and at the tirement pay to be fixed by law, which l)ll May grant full power and authority A Joint resolution proposing an amend- ment to Article XII of the State Con-
orders or decrees passing upon chancery eral, Report :to Legislature. It shall be request of a judge of the court of record shall not be less than two-thirds of his to-the Board of County Commissioners of meant of Section 2, Article III of the con- stitution by the addition thereto of a
matters which upon a final decree'would the duty of the judges of the circuit evidenced as now provided by law a judge then compensation if he has served for Dade County to pass ordinancesrelatig to situation, relating to regular and extra new section to be numbered by the Sec.
be directly appealable to the supreme courts to report to the attorney general at of the circuit court of Escambia Count- ten years or more, by a commission com- the affairs, property and government of sessions of the Legislature., by adding to retary of State, 'authorizing abolition of
court. In all direct appeals and interlocu- least thirty days before each session of the may assume and perform In every respect posed of one justice of the supreme court Dad County and provide suitable penalties said Section a provision for the convening office of County Special Tax School Dis.
tory reviews by certiorari, the supreme legislature such defects in the laws as the duties and jurisdiction of the court. to be selected by that court, two judges for the violation thereof; to levy andI col of the Legislature into extra session by trict Trustees and transfer of -their da.
court shall have such jurisdiction as may may have been brought to their attention, record of Escambia County or a J)AN of the district courts of appeal to be se. lect such taxes as may be authorized by the members thereof. ties; subject to referendum; providing
be necessary to comp letedetermination of and to suggest such amendments or addi- thereof. elected by the judges of said district courts general law and no other taxes, and to do BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- method of reinstatement of county special
the cause on review,. tional legislation as may be deemed neces. There shall hereafter be elected for a of appeal, and two circuit judges and two everything necessary to carry on a central TURE OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA: tax school district trustees. .
Appeals from district court of appeal sary. The attorney general shall report term of four (4) years by the qualifed county Judges to be selected by the su- metropolitan government In Dade Count That the following amendment to arti- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA*
may be taken to the supreme court, as a to the legislature at each session such electors of Escambia County, Florida, a preme court tll) May change the boundaries" of" cle IM, section 2 of the constitution ct TURE OF THE STATE OF ILORIDA:
matter of right, only from decisions initi- legislation as he may deem advisable, prosecuting attorney, who shall be knoWn ,c) Any justice of the supreme court, merge, consolidate. and abolish and may Florida Is hereby agreed and shall be sub- That article XII of the state con.
ally passing upon the validity of a state (f) State Attorneys. In each Judicial as "County Solicitor of Escambia County. judge of the district court of appeal, or provide a method for changing the boun- mitted to the electors of the state of stitution be amended by the addition of
statute or a federal statute or treaty, or circuit a state attorney shall be elected Florida", and who shall be the proseCtt- l cicult Judge shall be liable to Impeach- dares of. merging, consolidating and nbol Florida for ratification or rejection at a new section to be numbered by the
initially construing a controlling by the qualified eletors of that circuit Ing attorney In the Court of Record in and ment for any misdemeanor in office. Ishting from time to time all municipal the next general election to be held in the secretary of state, as follows. is here.-
sion of the Florida or federal constitution. In the same manner as other state and for Escambia Count y.J.lorida, and ,his Section 18. Prohibited activities of corporations, county or district govern- year 1956. as follows: by agreed to and shall be submitted to
Th e supreme court may review by cert county offcia o serve a term of four ties and compensatioshall be fixed byses ments, special taxing districts. authorities, c is-
lar an deison f aditriticurtoffp-ounyoffcias',tosere atem oefor udges. Justices of the supreme court. Scon2.-Rgar --etr ssson.-th.eecor o ,e tae o,, aiiain
yrity ect a i toa years and to f lfll duties prescribed by law. An election for County solicitor shall Judges of district courts of appeal and boards. or other governmental units whose The regular sessions of the legislature or rejection at the general election In
peal that affects a class of constitutional e ,^.. ,:.L"'"': y0^"^.; ut't
of state officers, or that passes upon n a law be held at the general y election in 1958 circuit judges shall devote full time to Jurisdiction lies wholly within Dade Coun. shall be held biennially., commencing on November of 1956:
staecertifiesd-orthediastrictcourt.of (g). Clerks of the Circuit Courts. In and each four W ) years thereafter, and their judicial duties, shall not engage in ty. whether such governmental units are; "the first Tuesday after the first Monday Section -. 41) From and after Jan.
Question certi by the dt court o each county a clerk of the circuit court, the person elected at any such election the practice of law or hold any ofice or created by the Constitution or the Legisl in April, 1887, and on the corresponding nary 1. 1957, the office of county special
appeal to be of great public Interest, or who shall also be clerk of the board of shall take office the first Tuesday after oston of rolat nder this sate or n ure or otherwise, except the Dade County day ofl every second year thereafter, but tax school district trustees shall be p.bol
that is In direct conflict with a decision of county cmiloes eodr n x t frt n~ nJn~ .ed position of profit under this state or any _te..... ,
h dist t o l th ounty ~commislsoners, recorder, and ex the first Monday In January succeeding fce of profit under the United States Board of County Commislsoners as It may the governor may convene the same ino. Wished and all duties of district trustees
another district Court of appeal or of the officio auditor of the county, shall be the date of the election. Any person now and shall not hold office in any political be provided for from time to time byv this extra ,session by his proclamation. Regu- shall be vested in the county board of ,
supreme court on the same point of law, elected by the qualified electors of that occupying such office or who shall here- pat a / home rule charter and the Board of Public lar sessions of the legislature may extend public instruction, including, levying taxes
andmay issue writs of certiorari to com- county in the same manner as other state after be appointed to fill any vacancy ensaton for service In the state. Instruction of Dade County -to sixty (60) days, but no special session provided by article XII of the constitution.
W islos stblshd y aw ad autyofical, o ere trmoftherein shall continue in office untiluthe m ompensatlon o ewem eaae
Tiins eme y ma s. and county oftelale, to serve a term of erein sh allctin n of uniothe militia or the armed forces of the United (l1) May provide a method by which convened by the governor shall exceed in all counties' wherein ,the proposition
The supreme court may Issue writs of four years and to fulfill duties prescribed lecionr and qualification of a Co States or other defense agencies reco- any and all of the functions or powers twenty (20) days. The regular sixty (60) is affirmed by a majority vote of the
mandamusiapl quortin rno w-hen 9tby a w.y biennian ss nder.n of e or oeg iseature uaifiedesectors -f ns
state officer,aboard,.,commission, orhother by law. Ao en r h nized by the supreme court for such peo fvanyrnmtunipal corporation or others day biennial session of the legislature qualified electors of any such county.-
agency authorized to represent the pub- Section 7. County Judges' Courts. All offenses triable In the Court of Rec. riods of time as may be determined by the governmental unit in Dade County ay, may, by a three-fifths vote of the mam- 421 To submit the proposition'con. .
agc enyaauthori to mrmepresent t he p (a) Establishment. There shall be a ord in and for Escambia County. Florida, supreme court shall not be deemed proyth be transferred to the Board of County- bership of both houses, be extended not talned in subsection (1) above to the
cli c generally, or a member of any such county judges" court in each county. shall be prosecuted upon information un- Section 19. Judicial salaries and ex- Commissioners of Dade County.". exceeding a total of thirty (301 days which electors a special election shall be ,,lle

to thetrial courts when questions are in- electors of said county at the time and tn ph fd f a s ic provided by law. A retired justice or potf u y Dap t id o ty from timento t fle sesion m e last b ieonn September 1st which election may be held at the sand
evolved upon which a direct appeal to the places of voting for other county officers othe r ,u o ef y tdh Cuto oll jude e assigned. o active uda! cial service d Provide tor their government and eollowg the regular biennial session, time as the next general election and
^ 0^ ^ ^ o salo^ T Wo t or bu teGrndJry fte ici peses utcso h ur cour an nn ne municipa coprtin ?-p''l ,xtendeddsessionTshall tke oly byS count upon the reus fth Sut

supreme courtIs allowed as a matter of and shall hold his office for four years. commit the accused pending tral the shall, while so serving, receive as addi. is and r n s ed esion oa i- sus t shall ee ie r
sreme o His compensation shall be provided for Court of Record in and for Escrmbla tonal compensation the difference between evid May abolish and may Provide at I tional proposed legislation shall be in- subsection (1) shall be effective in suc
right. mto o blsigfrmtm"otm rdce nescnetI irtotie ony
spmecortmayiset ib aw county ng a opulon County Florida and trial shall be uon his 'retirement benefits and the compensa- all offices Provided o i by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the mem- 13) Any county adopting the provl-
necesar" o prperto he ompeteex-excess of one hundred ano twenty-five information filed by the County So~lcitor. tion applicable to such service. Salaries of Section 6. of the Consiuon r vt bers of the House into which it is sought alerts of subsection (1) hereof may after'
*X"cise of its jurisdiction. ..h urm or ray utc hr-tosnan o oeta w u--The Clerk of said Court shall be elected circuit judges may be supplemented In any Lgsltrs xe tite upeion o ytehe n olt e nrdcd four (4) years return to its former stat
ofhe ma supreme c wrt ohabeascorus re the r ed and ffty thousand, according to the by the electors of Escamba County at the county or counties when authorized by u lic Insat truction and may provide t Provided, that the legislature may also us and reject the provisions o this s .
oma isuwrtofhbacopsr-General Election In 1960 and each four w Jdiaofceshalepiduh the consolidation and trnfe-1 t }be convened in extra session in ti~e !el- ties by the same procedure outlined /Its
turnable before the supreme court or any last decennial federal census, or census (41 years thereafter and the rscn actual and necessary expenses as may be fhnctonsodao su d tric sfpr ofdd he blowingg manner: When twenty per cent subsection b 2) hereof for adopting th
Justice thereof, or before a district court authorized by the legislature and paid for elected shall herd otffie fornfour e4u yerls. authorized by law. functions of such offices provided,how- lovinh mofuner. Weem s tshe legislature provisions thhereof in r tdobeginning. ,
ofapel r5 n Jude thereofor^ beor by^ the^ county, the leiltr mayi provide ... ..... .^- i'^po'*10s- o~ ebetnt
of appeal or any judge thereof. or beforebforhancounde for The compensation and duties of the Clerk Section 20. Style of process. The style abolish or impair the r lnrid ower to 12shall execute in writing and file with phe b
r efor an addition county judge for such shall be fixeds by law. The Clerk of the of all profess shall, be "The State of Flor- .Jurisdition of the
The supreme court shall provide for the county, provided, that any law having for Court of Record In and for sma Ida" and all prosecutions shall be con- Circuit or t h n t r y o tr t c
transfer to the court having jurisdiction Its purpose the creating of an additional County, Floridaelected at the General ducted In the name and by the authority courtneravidew.for bythi ugs-Consttuton r s nlegioslwatrerinto etrhessionveig fthe NO.e P.OM 'SU II F
o f a n y m a tter su bjec t to r ev iew w h en th e c o u n ty ju d g e In su ch co u n ty sh a ll n o t b e y g n r l l w r t e J d e r c e k e iy l t r I t x r e s o t e s c e O M T E U S i1s E lec tio n o f 19 56 a n d a n y su c cesso r a p o f th e S ta te t ro a e s a l i h ns v ni l EAE J IT RSLT O
jurisdiction of another appellate court has come effective unless ratified by a majority pointed to fill an cda es o et e An civil thereof although such charter may create tary of state shall, within seven 7) SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIO. NO. 70
been improvidently invoked, of the participating voters of such county pyiche mofl n vacancy in h said offic e Setion 21. Referees Any civil cause o new courts and Judges and clerks thereof days after receiving the requisite number .A Joint Resolution Prop-sing an Av efw
been himprovidnlIvoked.Thciejuteof taneeto prsnngtesm which may occur, Ita11 hold office until the may -be tried before a practicing attorney I....
With Jurisdiction to try all offense-gaist'Of such certificates, poll the merebers ment to Article XZ fte8aeC-. I
S (c) Chief Justice. The chief justice of at an election presenting the same frfrst Tuesday afterte first Monday, Jan- as referee upon the applications of the o sdicpontotyallofensesagato of such certificates, poll the members ment to Article XII ol tie Sther C. o
the supreme court shall be chosen by the approval or rejection. In any county hav- fnrst Tues a the rst Monday, Jan- as r a un tre afppicath our t ordinances passed by the Board of County of the legislature, and upon the affirma- tution by the ahdiyon thereto of a.t
members of the court and shall serve for ing a population of more than two hun- Thurye, 1961S if the C nt shall b h whose jurisdiction the casrm b te Comutssiohneers e r Da Cou and noh n vote of othre-fifths sh lofor th Se ante. tc be n pp intment
a term of two years. In the event of a died and fifty thousand according to such The Serif of the Cout hall be te suct trial and appointi such torts provided or by this e t
vacancy a sccessorshal be chosen with census, the legislature may. without refer- executive officer of said Court and his referee The referee shall keedapco lete Constitution or by general law shall have wfixthe day and hour for convening of such County Superlntendent I '%ivt!w r4
aca ydasuccessor all ne chosen duties and compensation shall be fixed er Te refer ll in epa mde original Jurisdiction to try such offenses I extra session. Notice thereof shall be given sota, Dade and Fne4las Cantles: JA
in sixty days for a like term.. During a endure thereon, provide for one additional by law. record of the case, including the evidence hou conr a

athogho e n Oe e y charter maate h enr iio t Twbn t ered at hin t oo ^-Iddi o r
vacancy or whenever the chief justice ai ees county r judge for each additiorunalawf0tuaken.n ii s I and 2uchrcas r sh allbe ofi wo r- re. no or sa hrter obe sai crtce1 a n sec tO le nae >
duties as the court directs Their com- detenlation o f lands and tenements; and of tIn event, of vacancy in the of he Setin Admission and disciine o be Prescribed by general law. I seven (7) days aftereship and nog the r islretary of Stue, ld s follow, I ,T

pensation shall be fixed by law. The mar. such criminalcases as the legislature may Peace n o~rs / Isicso at oreese(0 "The supreme court shal have lll Shall provide a method by which legislature shall convene in extra session agreed to and small be submntf. t
hall shall have the i ower tcexecute tOe Prescribe. The county judge's courts shall County Solicitor, Clerk or other officer the papers in the case in the fficeof the de all purposes as i convened re- elector of th ate or rat
process of the court t hout state ave urisdiction of the settlement of the a Districts and presiding ocer. There tic of and te isclte y have the power to make ame nd rule charter quisessite number of saided, however, theena t eto th e general tecnt.

landgstIany countiumayudepericea l estate o decedents and minors, to order shall be not more than five justice dis- o errsons admitted ass maylprovide tor or repeal Its own charter Upon adoption such extra session shall be lBmted to a vsmbe o 1B56
ator a deputy sheriff or such .urcose the sale ot re al estate of decedents and tricts in each county, and there shall be nesbj to handle admissions subbcd of this home rule charter by the elector perod ot thirty (30) days. Should the Section -o.ff o fm T 'orom and
(dSection 5.r and Marichal; Process. Theal minors, to take probate of wills, to grant elected one justice of the peace for each o i tea n p s y w as authorized' herein. that said charter n ot be less than fourteen t 14) days nor TURE OF THE 1 t4ourty Stu *FL ,.:
(a) Asup reme court shall appoint a clerk and letters testamentary and o adminstra- Justice district, who shall hold obce for fr the o ndltia of dlmser sha Legislature shadequll h ave no power to amend requisite number of said certificates re of PubliThat ArtcIne : i on shall i
be divided whto three appellate district of ton and guardianship, and to of proceedings o neds t strict are n the c oand disor h charter oft ny munocpi l qst n the convening of an extra fts- by the Cfurof rodse o tn :r..
contiguous countiesasthe legislature my the duties ue red by recognized, but thf suchoffie legwhich has be fixed by law but shall not be less thaons con r orporaatio n Dade County. a sion of t he legislature within a period tion in the outbe olm e D d.
ttheleaureefs her our anfpeforesucoreatigatnth focibeoetryorsnlawulrecoetvinug stoi tnheae.forociielaearenoworyayoereutelsuwfeul sbecertmec esaacrant.e esixctonno anyn cased. y e
duties as the court directs. Their corn- detention of lands and tenements; and of Section 11. Courts. of' Justices of the Section 23. Admission and discipline of be prescribed by general law. vote of the membership and notice, the retary of Itate, as follows, I t.

prehall shall have the ower to execute the probate. The county judges sha ll have by special act, from time to time change o b rf the t b des ll y chane the name of Dade o sixty (60) days after receipt of the Dde and Pint hern :

(b) Organization; number ana selection the Power of committing magistrates and the boundaries of any such district now nated bf it the supreme corto stt*bjet County. -0--first of said certificates, all certificates tier. is afflrmed by a majoi J

of judges sall stic cousd rt ac caseand thel atol isuch al coniense s rqIt e ba y thin p oropr, ereaftr~ni" estblihed an d mayln esta'br Isore teeervmson n ug teen Invew "*(ix) hanl l poieamedmetho or th e revisonou"'sl ofiled legalatu eer.d 2)null~-.l theqale ect rsof o a
pronc urrence of a majority shall be neces- county courts which shall have jursdiction of the settlement of the (a) Distri ctsce h charter, provided, however, ned I tr. .-ostin (1) b

sary to a decision. The court shall hold at t eon of all casei at law In which the de- shlbcno r a Section 25. Judicc Of/lcera as conseri that ty e power ol the Governor and Sen- No. 5. electors o stecgal c;-ctitn h:-
leatst one session every year in each ju- mand or value ol the property Involved (b) J'urisdiction. The Justices of the ators of the peace. All judicial ofrpcers to *te rlating to the suspension and removal SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION eO. T by the county comm:sroner *
dicla l circuit within the district wherein shall not exceed five hundred dollars ofa pa esall have Jurisdiction t cases at this state shall be conservators o thet of olcers provided aeor in this Constitu- A Jeoint resolution propose i to amend county upoa sh. riabst al

there .Is ready business to transact l roceedins relating to the forcible entry ealecn whtch the demand or value or the peace tlon shall not be impaired, but shall ex- Article VII of the constitution of the board of put- tnstr." on he. \
The Jotheaudges of the district courts of ap- or unlawful detention of lands and tene Property Involved does not exceed 100.00, Section 26. Schedi. tend to all officers provided for to said state of lorida relating to apportion election shall t, hell withl
peal organized hereunder shall be selected ments, and ogr misdemeanors The county icand oun y which the cause of action accrued (1 This Article shall become effective horme rule charter ofn ment of the Senate and House of Repro days after requ-, t t. re .

as follows: Between June first and July judge shall be the judge of said courts or the defendant resides in his district; on the first day of July 1957 and shall ,b) Provision shall be made for the pro- sntatives. shal determine .v'tar subs n
first, 1957, the governor shall appoint three There shall be elected by the qualified and in such criminal cases, except felonies, replace all of Article V, and shall super- tectlon ot the creditors of any govern- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEcImisoAn shall be effective In >ur ca ou
persons to serve as judges of each district electors ot said county at the time when as may be prescribed by law. and he shall sede any other provisions of the present mental unit which is merged, consolidated, TURE OF THE STATE O: FLORIDA: (3) Any county Adonl
court of appeal until their successors are the said judge is elected a prosecuting at- have power to issue process for the arrest constitution of Florida In conflict here- or abolished or whose boundaries are That the folowing amendment of article sons of subsection (1, ntr;*
elected, as heretn provided. The Judges torney tor said county who shall hold of all persons charged with felonies and with, which shall teen stand repealed, changed or functions or powers trans- VII of the constitution of the state of four (4) years red n to a *m
so appointed shall take oice and assume office or four years. His duties and co re- misdemeanors not within his jurisdiction (2) Until changed by law as authorfsed eerred. Florida relating to reae.portionment In and reject the e .- o,: e. t,
their duties on July first, 1e57, and shall ensation shall be prescribed by law Such to tryh andc make the same rbeturnable be- in this Article, the appellate districts shall nc This home rule charter shall be the state senate and house ot repree by the same proc' ure ounty-; Ml
serve for a term to be designated by the courts mav be abolished at the pleasure fore himself or the county judge tor ex- be composed as follows: prepared by a Metropolitan Charter Board sentatives be and the same Is hereby section (3) hereof fop .opat.>
governor in accordance with the following of the legislature anie ation, discharge, commitment or bayl FIRST DISTRICT: created by the Legislature and shall be agreed to and shall be submitted to the visions thereof In the beinnt.. *y o,
schedule: The governor shall appoint one of the accused. Justices of the peace shall The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th. 8th. presented to the electors of Dade County electors of the state of Florida tor tp- special act oo the lfislate.
judge in each district or a term h expiring Section 9. Criminal Courts of Record. have the power to hold Inquests of the and l4th judicial circuits as preo lor ratification or rejection In the man- proval or rejection at the next general -- i
on the first Tuesday after the first Mon d Organilathonr and judges. The legis- dead. Appeal from Justoes of the peace ently constituted i ner provided by the Legislature. Until a election to be held In 1958, that Is to NO.t o
day in January, 1959, following the elec- nature may provide for the establishment courts in criminal cases may be tried de SECOND DISTRICT: home rule charter Is adopted the Legosla- sAy that sections 2, 3, and 4. o( Article SENATE JOINT RSSOMe i'oi
tion of his successor at the general elec- of a criminal court of record In any novo under such regulations as the legis- The 6th, 9th, 10th, 12th, and 13th ture may nrom time to time create addi- VII of the constitution ol tte state o( NO. l3l th
tlon In November 1958, which Judges shall county. Judges of criminal courts of ree- lature may prescribes judicial circuits n0 presently con tonal Charter Boards to prepare charters Florida be amended to read: A Joint resolution bst pvlel vth *
be Identified as Group "A"; one judge In ord shall be elected mor a term oc four (c) constables. A constable shall be stituted. to be presented to the electors of Dade Section 2. crrm. otfh enate and hofse. amendment to Artec's V 9t t. .r
each district for a term expiring on the years by the qualled electors of the elected by tee registered voters n i each THIRD DISTRICT: County for ratification or rejection yy the apportionment of senate.-The legislature tutlon of the stat of fth '
flrst Tuesday after the first Monday in county, in the same manner of other justice's district, who shall perform such The 11th, 18th nd 16th judicial cir- manner provided by the Legislature. Such shall consist of the senate and the house an additional sect,2 th.erub4 .
January 1961, following the election of his thate and county ogs oaale. Their compen ua utiee and under such regulations *s may cults as presently constituted. Charter, once adopted by the electors, may of representatives. House members shall a number by the Aiurutarh i-
successor at tee general election ts No- satonu shall te fleedm by law and paid by b e s prescribed by law. (3) The provision s of the Article gose bt amended only by the electors ot Dade serve for a term as provided In Article the Slate of Flny ouit hoptcihi; *l
member 1960, which Judges shall be identi- the county. Sexton 12. Juvenile Courta; estabrish- rning eligibility flor ofice d hall not affect County and this charter shall provide a III Section 3 hereof; and members of lice of County Soubetor to D- i
fled as Group "B", and one judge to each In any county having d population in ment; persdiction; c udge; offer; proon the right ot *ny s thument to continue in method tor submitting future charter rev -I the Senate shall serve tor a term ot four florida, and r--..!)drntao r, Li
district for a term expiring on the first excess ot 125,000, and not more than dure. The legislature shall have power ottice or to seek rerlectyon. e sons and amendments to the electors ot 14) years. The election tor members of thereof to the St. bitrr, ..

Tuesday after the first Monday in January 250,000, according to the last decennial to create and establish juvenile courts in (4) Except to the extent inconsistent )ade County. the house of representatives and senate Eleventh JudhaU trcul ot i', ..a,
1963, following the election of his succeq- federal census, or census authorized by such county or counties or districts within with the provisions of this Article, all pro (d) The County Commission shall con. shall be at the same time and place. The other matters rel l t .ra.
sor at the general election in November the legislature and paid for by the county, the state as it may deem proper, and to visions of law and rules of court in force, nue to receive its pro rata share of all senate shall consist of one senator from BE IT REVSOLV T TUH --:.xl..s
1962, which jufIges shall beidentified as the legislature may provide for an addl- define the jurisdiction and powers of such on the effective d e of this Article shal -enues payable by the state from what- each county of the state of Florida. The TURE OP TrH tV 1 O FLOfRLA;.
Group "C". tonal judge of the criminal court of rec- courts and the officers thereof, and to vest continue in etfectj until superseded into i source to the several counties and the senate shall be divided into two (2) groups An amet er.. 1 t V e f t
The successors of the original judges of ord for such county, provided that any in such courts exclusive original jurisdic- manner authorlzeo v the constitution, of Florida shall pay to the Commis- by the legislature, the larger group thirty- Constitutn olt'-e t (t lra., B
the. district courts of appeal shall be law having, for its purpose the creating .tion ot all or any criminal cases where 15) Judges of th strictt courts of ap '1 revenues which would have been four (341 senators to be elected for four adding ab ait nal thtri,
elected at the e -ieral election next pre- of ea additional judge of said ce-rt in .minors under any age specified by the leg- peal appointed by governor shall takt any municipality In Dade County (41 years, and the smaller group fourteen be given number tby the stcret'r
ceding the e::p'.. Aon of their respective such county shall not become effec un- Islature from time to time are. accused, office on the ettffec 'ate of this Article. iay be abolished by or in the (i 4 senators, to be elected for two (21 State of the rae of NFloda, iB d a-
terms of office, less ratified by a Majority of the pirticl- including the right to define any or all (6) The supreme i may transfer to providedd by this home rule char- years at the next general election. There- agreed to, and shall h submittt T
(c) Jurisdiction. Appeas from trial pating voters of such county in an elec- offenses committed by any such persons as the respective dist courtss of appeal t 'deqd. however, the Commission alter all senators shall be elected for electors of the State t Borida
courts in each appellate district, and from tion presenting the same for approval or acts o9 itelinquency instead of crimes; to such causes, matte .I proceedings as sl. urso the comptroller of Florida ;our (4) year terms. fication, or rejection at the next >
final orders or decrees of county judge's rejection. In any county having a popu- provide tfor the qualification, election or are pending In the me court on the tol ,ense incurred if any, in the Section 3. Apportionment of house of election to be held on the firat e
courts pertaining to probate matters or lation of more than 250,000 according to selection and appointment of Judges, pro- effective date of th i rticle which are kee, separate records to determine representatives.-The house of representao after the first Monday in Noveir ... '
to estates and interests of minors and such census, the legislature may, without baton officers and such other officers and within the jurlstdictioi >f such courts as the of money which would hlve ties shall consist of one hundred thirty- as follows:
incompetents, may be taken to the court referendum thereon, provide for one addl- employees of such courts as the legislature the supreme court ma. ee ft. No case been to any such municipality, five (135) members and shall be appor- Section ---- on and a"ter tle 1We
of appeal of such district, as a matter of tional county judge' or each additional ny determine, and to fix their cornpen- that has been orally ar i before the il*u- (4) in this seotion shall limit toned by proclamation ot the governor Tuesday after the first Monday in .'.
right, from el fns! udaginent$ or decre a 30o,crg pV popl[ain|li of bit jr frimton t" sand ter eof t w 0 1 00h p re out hab sc ransl or@r t ". te power i thelp LkI tig t o bstd upon the latest olfioial census of ary, 1957, the sit Attorney o0
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p.m. The program chairman, Mrs. The Parent-Teacher Association ness trip to Panama City on Tues-
,Lee Watts, presented the program, of the Highland View Elementary day,
The opening prayer was given by Sohool had their first regular meet- Rov. Douglas Newsome, a com-
Mrs. L. F. Adams. Those taking ing Monday night at 7:30 with a panied by Miss Nadine Crutchfield
part on the program were: Mrs. good attendance. The PTA has of Cypress, visited relatives in En-
'Nora Lee Roney, Mrs. Lillie Rich- adopted for its project this year terprise, Alabama, Monday of last
tar. Mrs. L. Fi Adams, Mrs, Alice the development of a library. The week.

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PTA president, Mrs. Hozie Bar-
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0A GROVDIE 'and daughter Marilyn spent the'
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By HELEN NORRIS Horace Ard spent the week end
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family over the week end.
IFred Gray of Quincy was a morn-
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0. W. Revill, who has been resid-
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Clintou Cox antd sonis, Jimmy and
Gene spent Sunday in Sopchoppy,
visiting relatives.
Miss Ranza Cox and Jimmy Whit-
tington, accompanied by little Miss
Rosalie Ard of Pianania City sent
several days in Pascagoula, Miss-
issippi visiting Mr. &ad kMt#. Jim
WVhittington and family.
iRev. and Mrs. L. F. Adams made
a business trip to Jacksonville, last
Wednesday through Friday.
Airman 2-C Donald Parker of Sa-
vannah, Georgia, visited his par-
ents; Mt. Md Mt G. U. PArker
over the week end.
Mrs. J. A. Garrett and Mrs. W. W.
,Garrett made a business trip to
Florala, Alabama Wedniesday of
last week.
Glenn Garrett has returned to
Marianna to resume his studies at
Chipola Junior College.
'S. R. Linton and children, Linda
Gail, Johnny and Sanky spent their
vacation visiting friends and rela,
tives in Riley, North Carolina, Dur-
ham, North Carolina, Atlanta, Geor-
gia and Birmingham, Alabama.

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Park. The supper was enjoyed by
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campoe'l and
daughter Sherry, spent Thursday in
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dren and 'Mrs. Mamie CampbeAl of
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Student Council Sponsors contest. The prize was given to the 'Comforter.
SFunNight Last-Friday couple who could dance the longest A reception was planned for tha
T H E S TA R n Nh s Friday with a balloon-between their heads. new priest-in-charge, the Rev. Gard- S r Clas fi A in ik Rlt
O of las we, t- Everyone had a fine time. ner Underhill and Mrs. Underhill Cssiie Ad B ui R ul
On Friday righ; of last week, the and daughter Donna to be held n
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avoe,ue. Pvrt St Student. Council of the Port St. Jo3s n r m 7D h il
Joe, Florida. By The Star' Pblishing Compaly I igh School, sponsored the first so- St. James Auxiliary Met F riday evening from 7:30 until
WESULY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publishcr cal event o fthe school year. Fui In Parish House Monday '9:0 p.m. in the parish house.
Ali notype Operator, Ad Man. Floor Mani columnist. nihl was for the purpose of stu- Mrs. Basil Kenney announced FOR GO D FOOD
-- M H $ each other, especially those enter- met Monday afternoon at the Par- held in St. James' on October 18.
ON YEAR. MONTHS 127. 150 g Port St. Joe High School for ish House for the regular monthly Mrs. Robert Bellows Sr., reported REGULAR DINNERS -- SHORT ORDERS
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE the first time. Refreshments were business meeting with Mrs. Will that the Woman's Society of Chris-
Entered a second-clas matter, December 19, 1937, at th served. Ramsey, president, in charge. The tionService of the First MethodistYNS RESTAURANT
Postcfice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879. Dancing, bop contests, and bal- meeting opened with a prayer. Re- Church would serve the luncheon.
DIAL BAll 7-3161 loon dancing contests were enjoyed ports were given and announce- Mrs. Tom Coldewe dismissed CORNER 4th and MONUMENT PORT ST. JOE
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions n der by about 200 students who attend- ments of the various guilds wo'3 bers were present_._:-- __,_-_---
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liahle f.r ed the event. The bop contest was made. Mrs. Tom Owens gave he
damages further than amount received for such advertlsemeot
damages further than amount received for such advert t won by Dorothy Sealy and Frank secretary's report and Mrs. Robert OFF TO COLLEGE T. .M N
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed wrd Ftchr Marsha arill and Rob- Bellows, Sr. gave the treasurer' Kahryn Marshall, daughter of
is thoughtfully weahed. The spoken word barely aser FlethetFletcher. Marsha argill an Rob- el and Mrs. Kar Marshall, daughter of this
the printed word thorougly novines. The spoken word ert Nedley won the balloon dancing report in the absence of Mrs. Nick. Karl Marshall of this
is lost- the printed word rema mcity left Tuesday night for Den- r REALTOR INSUROR
ver, Colo., where she will enronll in REALTOR INSUROR
go on an endless route of improvement and have the finest county oWC Women's College. r
The Willingness To Pay. in the state. There is no need for us being second to any. We 403 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
Siin have as good as most counties in'the state with practically the Advertising Doesn't cost It PAYS
It was gratifying, indeed, to see the number of people least taxes. A general loosening of the purse strings will put us Star Want Ads Get Rcsl ;s -.
that turned out for the discussion of school problems at the High in the top bracket second to none. ..... ...w www.W.. W. W
School auditorium last Thursday night. What made it even more We trust that when this organization calls on you for
gratifying was that the fact seemed to be accepted by all present your services in this movement that you will reflect their enthus- ,
that in order to solve the problems, the people were going to have iasm and be ready and willing to offer your services. H ogim ehe e Rewour
to come across with some money.
The thought was brought out that people were fondest
of their children and their pocketbooks. The only question to YOU Are Cordially Invited To Attend -4o and R em odesing
Be decided was which were they the fondest of. It seemed to
be the expressed opinion at this meeting that the people were L og Avenue B ptist h Noa t UnthS
fondest of their children. They were willing to put up the money Long venue ap t t ucrn N N
to secure adequate educational facilities for our county. REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor DOWn To
We believe, that with the fire of enthusiasm shown, that
these people will certainly carry the ball to others throughout the SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.Payment Pay
courhty and will at long last foster the movement that we can have f4ORNING WORSHIP-------- 11:00 a.m.
nothing without paying for it. And certainly this is so. Nothing BAPTISTTRAINING UNION--6:45 p.m. A roximae Cost for Average Size Home
is'free, no matter what source it comes from. EVENING WORSHIP--------- 8:00 p.m. Approximate Cost for Average Size Home
The fact that taxes must be raised to finance the needed PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m. NEW 210 Lb. SHINGLE ROOF $9.59 per month
changes was readily accepted by the group and with willing- Corner long Avenue and16th Street NEW BATH IED ROOM $38.33 per month
ness. In fact, some ire was expressed at the Tax Assessor for not Cn ITADC AIuA VC Ifl SAEXTERIOR PAINTING $8.63 per month
taking these steps sooner. The movement is on and we don't VR 1 1 J ALWAYSVV 3 WELCOMEEXTERIOR
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School Superintendent told the group that teachers were l Receiving A Loan
short all over the nation. 'He pointed out statistics of surround- .
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Sylvia Ann Parrish Becomes Bride of
Lt. Ashley Marion Costin In Orlando

iSylvia Ann Parrish, daughter of For travel:
Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hooper Par- pure silk sh
rish, 1613 Orangewood, Orlando and with tiny -pc
Ashley Marion Costin, Lt., USMC, duster and
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin,. She wore the
Sr., of Port St. Joe were married dal bouquet.
Saturday, September 1 at the First honeymoon t
Presbyterian Church in Orlando. to Vorginia
Dr. William H. Kadel officiated, their resident<
The church was decorated with ia.
Mlbass altar vases holding white The bride
Fiji mums, stock and carnations, with a BS. deg
palms and 7-branched candelabras. was a member
Floor baskets were on either side Fraternity; o
of .the altar with large mums, Fijis, Spinsters Cot
*stock and gladiolus. Pews marked from Orlando
with white carnations tied with The groom
white satin ribbon. Coast Milita:
The bride was given in marriage graduated in
by her father., ed school at '
Robert Edward Crenshaw of Mi- graduated fro
ami, served as the groom's best a BS degree
man. Mrs. Melvin C. Magidson, sis- member of A
ter of the groom, of Pensacola was present he is
the matron of honor. Miss Joan U. S. Marine
Elizabeth Tavel of Orlando was the Out of town
maid of honor. Misses Jan Meyer, Mrs. Cecil G.
Dutchie Milligan, Patricia Ann Mrs. C. L. Cos
-Smith of Orlando and Joan Crumley Miss Martha
of St. Augustine were the brides- tin, 'Robert
maids. Soule, Mr. and
The candles were lit by Charles Sr., Mel Mag
Wolfe, St. Augustine, cousin of the Mrs. Bill Carr
bride and Melvin C. Magidson, Jr., Carr, Jim Cos
Pensacola, nephew of the groom. Duane Willian
William Henry Carr, Jr., of Port St. Keeping thE
Joe, nephew of the groom was the Miss Betty H
ring bearer. Ruth Ann Wl
Usher groomsmen were Herschel Miss Mary S
H. Parrish, Jr., brother of the and Miss Sara
bride; James E. Costin, Rep. Cecil proof. Giving
G. Costin, Jr., Port St. Joe, bro- Miss Carolyn
others of the groom; George E. Car- Miss Anna Ma
ver, Live Oak; ames Atwood, Holly- Miss Lamar N
wood. Ushers were James Booth, Miss Linda Th
Vernon Edgar, James Allen, Lake-
land; John Craig, Orlando and Mel, pti
Magidson, Sr., of Pensacola. Reception
The bride was attired in a for- RDV '
mal gown of imported chantilly R '
lace and nylon tulle over bridal sa-
tin, scalloped sweetheart neckline A reception
and brief scalloped sleeves. The Gardner D. Un
fitted bodice which held a-bouffant in-charge of
skirt bordered at the hemline by Church and
tiny fluted pleats ending in a cha- daughter Don:
pel train. Her finger tip veil of im- day evening f
ported silk illusion was attached in the Parish
to a tiny cap of embroidered lace Hostesses fi
with an open crown outline with be the Woma
tiny twisted pearls. The only orna- James', with
ment worn was a string of pearls, Mrs. Paul Fe]
gift of the groom. She carried an Coldewey in c
heirloom handkerchief carried by derhill and f
the bride's mother. She also car- James' from Si
tried a white Bible topped with a Windson, Nort
white orchid surrounded by lily of was Rector for
the valley, stephanotis, white satin A special in
streamers tied with lily-of-the val- of all church
ley. has been issue
The bridesmaid's dresses and to everyone to
flowers were all of blue frosted new minister.
taffeta posed over nylon tulle. A I
deeper shade of blue velvet formed St. Joseph's

a portrait neckline. The bouffant
skirts held 'huge bustle effects of
velvet at center back. All' carried
a bouquet of white Fiji mums. The
honor attendants were dressed like
the bridesmaids with tufts of blue
tulle added. They wore mat chintz
.blue velvet head bands.
', The bride's mother wore a bal-
lerina length dress of imported
pink French hand clipped lace over
taffeta matching accessories and an
orchid corsage.
The groom's mother was attired
in a ballerina length dress of tile
blue chantilly lace and chiffon over
taffeta with matching accessories
and an orchid corsage.
.Following the ceremony a recep-
tion was held at -the Country Club
of Orlando. The decorations carried
out the white bridal theme,

ing the bride wore a
eath dress in apricot
ilka dots, beige linen
matching accessories.
e orchid from her bri-
The couple left on a
trough the mountains
where they will make
Le at Quantico, Virgin-
is a graduate of FSU
gree in education. She
er of the Pi Beta Phi
Godfellows Debutante
.illion. She graduated
High School in 195'2.
is a graduate of Gulf
ry Academy, having
1950. He also attend-
Tulane University and
m FSU.in 1955 with
in business. He is a
lpha Tau Omega. At
a Lieutenant in the
guests were Mr. and
Costin, Sr., Mr. and
stin ,Miss Ann Costin,
Costin, Leonard Cos-
Costin, Mrs. Ruthl
d Mrs. Mel Magidson,
Kidson, Jr., Mr. and
T, Carolyn Carr, Billy
tin and Mr. and Mrs.
e bride's book were
*atton, Orlando, Miss
little, St. Petersburg,
Shaw, St. 'Petersburg'
,h Jane Griffin, Frost-
out rice bags were
Carr, Port St. Joe,
.rie Howard, Orlando,
McLeod, Orlando and
homas, Orlando.

Honors The
G. D. Underhill
. honoring the Rev.
iderhill, B. D., priest-
St. James' Episcopal
Mrs. Underhill and
na will be held Fri-
from 7:30 until. 9:30
or the occasion will
n's Auxiliary of St.
Mrs. Will Ramsey,
nsom and Mrs. Tom
harge. The Rev. Un-
amily come to St.
t. Thomas' Church in
fh Carolina where he
r six years.
vitatioil to members
es of the community
Md by St. James' and
o come and meet the

Altar Society

Meets With Mrs. Hannon
St. Joseph's Altar Society met
Thursday evening in the home of
Mrs. Frank Hannon on Monument
Avenue. rs. Lamar Hardy, president
presided over the meeting. Guest
speaker was the Father O'Sullivan
who spoke on "Crusade For Souls".!
A business session was held with
report given by officer and chair-
men. The project for the month, the
altar, was discussed and plans
were made.
The hostess served refreshments
to the following members Mrs. Ken-
neth Brodnax, Mrs. Joe Paffe,-Mrs.
Byron Eells; Jr., Mrs. George An-
chors, Mrs. William Wager and
Mrs. Lamar Hardy and Father 0'
Sullivan, guest.

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BETTER PIECE GOODS Dollar Day Vote for Dad's Comfort
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children's For Scout Expansion Program
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of yours, we will be glad to
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A two-day staff conference was and activities for all five Districts
held by the Boy Scout professional making up the Gulf Coast Council.
staff near Panama City, August 29 Ballenger indicated much time was
to 30 for the purpose of discussing devoted to methods of making
and planning all phases of the Scouting available to more and
Scouting program for the balance more boys throughout the area.
of this year and for all of 1957 for Plans were formulated for the or-
the Gulf Coast Council, according to ganization of more Cub Packs,
Scout Executive Joe L. Ballenger. Scout Troops and Explorer Units
The agenda included programs in all Districts.
'-- During the two-day conference a
strongly unite to keep our beloved complete analysis of the present
America the very best country, un- membership was made. Ths analy-
der God, on this earth., sis showed the Council has 2512
Cub Scouts, 2225 Boy Scouts and
TRBOY JONES, Chairman 953 Explorers or a total of 5 00
Labor Day Celebration Comn. registered boys. This is an increase


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September 11, 195H
Mr. Wesley Ramsey, Editor
The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Sir.
'In behalf of all the members of
organized labor here we should like
to take this opportunity to express
our most sincere thanks and ap-
preciation to the merchants of this
oity and to the many citizens in
this and neighboring counties for
the wonderful cooperation, attend-
ance, and participation in the re-
cent Labor Day Celebration here.
Actions such as these indeed
trend toward unification of Ameri-
ca not only as a nation, but as
states, counties, and communities
serving God under one nation, in-
. We as a group are extremely con-
cerned over the number of citizens
who were turned away due to lack
of food, but we offer the explana-
tion that such a celebration was
extremely difficult for which to es-
timate and prepare. We sincerely
hope that those -citizens turned
away for this reason will hold no
hard feelings towards labor. In this
respect we feel that after such an
experience we shall be much better
prepared to more adequately plan
and present such a celebration in
the future. Our sincere thanks to
T-E STAR for their timely editor-
ial in this regard in last week's is-
sue of that publication.
Last, but by far not least, we wish
to thank the many different union
members of all the committees for
the help they offered in making
this celebration the great success
it was.
Next year the citizens can look
forward to an even greater celebra-
tion in all respects as we sincerely,
feel that this is one terrific way in

ROY C1REWS, President
International -Brotherhood of
Machinists, Local
(International Brotherhood of
Pulp & Sulfite Workers, Local
T. 0. RICHARDS, President
International Brotherhood Pap-
er Makers, Local 379.
International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers, Local.
W. J. HDRRING, President
International Brotherhood of
Longshoremen, Local.


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(Continued From Page 6)
or n'ty, Florida. shall be the prosecut-
i. attorney cif he Criminal court of
RE,'.: 'd and the Court of Crime. of Dade
C,'snoy, and the office of County Solicl-
t,',. the position of Assistant County
Solicitor, the positions of process server
and investigator in Dude County, shall
!tand abolished and terminated; and
tai:after the State Attorney and his
Assistant State Attorneys, under his di-
rection, shall perform all of the duties
and functions of office heretofore per-
formed by the. County Solicitor. Pending
informations filed in the Criminal Court
of Record or Court of Crimes shall not
be Invalidated hereby, and the State At-
torney. or his Assistant State Attorneys,
may file amended informations in any
such cases if and when necessary. The
Legislature may provide for Assiatant
S'ate Attorneys and special investigators
f,;r the State Attorney of Dade County.
and all Assistant State Attorneys shall be
appointed by the State Attorney and
.Wvc: :I by the Court, and such As-
sistant State Attorneys shall work under
the direction of the State Attorney and
shall have full authority to do ;nd per-
form any official act that the State
Attorney may do and perform.
Upon this amendment, being adopted
all funds appropriated ify law approved
by the Budget Commission and budgeted
by the Boprd of County Commissioners of
Dade County for the use of office of
County Solicitor of Dade County, Florida,
and for the purpose of employing As-
sistant County Solicitors and other office
personnel shall thereafter be used for
the operation of the State Attorney's 'Of-
fice of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in
and for Dade County. and the employing
of Assistant State Attorneys and other
personnel for the operation of that Of-
fice, and the said State Attorney is here-
by authorized to employ such personnel,
including Assistant State Attorneys, proc-
ess servers and investigator. In the same
number and to be paid the same salary
as the number of Assistant County Solici-
tors, process servers and investigator em-
ployed by the County Solicitor of Dade
County, Florida.
NO. 10
A joint resolution proposing an amend-
ment to Article VIII of the Constitution
of Florida relating to counties and cities
by adding thereto a section relating to
the fees and compensation of County
officers of Escambia County.
That the following amendment to
article VIII of the constitution of Flori-
da, by adding a section to be designated
by an appropriate section number of ar-
ticle VIII. Is hereby agreed to and shall
be submitted to the electors of this state
for ratification or rejection at the next
general election to be held in 1956. as
Section -. On and after the first
day of October. 1957. all fes, revenues
or other charges collected by the several
county officers of Escambia county shall
be paid into the genera county fund
of Escambla county subject t- disburse-
ment as provided by law The legisla-
ture shall provide by local or special
legislation for the salaries, expenses ,and
compensation to be paid the several
county officers of Escambia county. Any
legislation which shall have heretofore
been enacted In contemplation of the rati-
fication of this amendment is hereby con-
firmed and shall have the same force and
effect as if the said legislation were en-
acted subsequent to the ratification of
this amendment.
NO. 11.
A joint resolution proposing an amend-
ment to Article 16 of the Constitution
of Florida by adding thereto an addi-
tional section authorizing the legislature
to establish civil service systems and
boards for municipal, county and state
employees and for municipal county and
state officers not elected by the people or
appointed by the governor.
That the following amendment to
Article 16 of the Constitution of Florida
by adding thereto an additional Section
to be known as "Section 34" of said
Article 16. authorizing the Legislature to
establish Civil Service Systems and Civil
Service Boards for municipal, county and
state employees and officers not elected
by the people or appointed by the Gover-
nor be submitted to the electors of the
State of Florida for ratification or rc-
jection at the next general election to be
held in 1956, as follows:
"Section 34. Civil Service System aod
Boards: The Legislature" may by gen-
eral, special or local laws create Civil
Service systems and Civil Service Boards
for municipal, county and state employees
and for municipal, county and state of-
ficers not appointed by the governor or
elected by the people and the Legislature
may authorize such Civil Service Boards to
provide for the qualifications and method
of employing such employees and officers
and to prescribe the length of their terms
of office or employment."
NO. 12
A joint resolution proposing to amend
Article XVI of the constitution, relating
to location of county offices, by adding a
new section, numbered 4A, providing for
jury trials of civil suits In certain mu-
nicipalities within Pinellas County.
That the following amendment to Article
XVI of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, relating to the location of county
offices, be and the same is hereby agreed
to and shall be submitted to the elec-
tors of the state of Florida for ap-
proval or rejection at the next general
election to be held in A. D. 1956, that
is to say that a new section, to be num-
bered Section 4A, be added to Article XVI
of the Constitution of the State of Flor-
ida, said -new Section 4A to read:
Section 4A. Civil Jury Trials in Pinel-
las County: location in certain munici-
palities within said county.-The Legisla-
ture may, from time to time and as the
business of Pinellas County may require,
provide that trial by jury of all civil suits,
properly triable by jury according to law,
may be had and held in any municipal-
ity, within said county, having a popu-
lation of more than seventy-five thou-
sand (75,0001 inhabitants according to
the latest official census. The legislature
may provide also that the clerk of any
court or any other court officer, within
said county, shall maintain such offices
within s"cb Inunicipslity, and keep sucn
official books and records therein, as may
be necetssry to accomplish the purposes
of this amendment; provided, however,
that the principal offices of such clerks
or other officers shall not be removed
from the county seat,
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
Great Seal of the State of Florida at
's "'hassee, the Capi;tl, this thy (Et) day
;- eptembcr, A. D., 1956.
fccrflsfy of atste

tered in Scouting in the Council be-
fore December 31.
.Ballenger stated the conference
also covered the Advancement,
Camping, Activities, Leadership
Training, Finance and Health and
'Safety phases of the program. Ten-
tative objectives were set in each
phase and much time was devoted
to discussing the methods of achiev-
ing these objectives through the
District Committees and Operating.
Committees in the Council. These
Committees are all composed of vo-
lunteers who will study the pro-
grams and -findings of the profes-
sional staff and be responsible for
recommending their plans to the
Executive Board for final approval.
Work schedule sheets w ere
adopted by the Scouting staff to
provide a detailed record of ad-
vance plans for each meeting and
As a result of the conference the
!Scout Office will be able to release
a calendar of events for the entire
Gulf Coast Council for the balance
of the year and for all of 1957. This
will include camporees, training
courses, Courts of Honor, Commis-
sioner Meetings, roundtables, Phil-
mont trip, District Committee
Meetings, Executive Board Meet-
ings, Circuses, Camps, Jamboree,
Operating Committee Meetings, ex-
peditions, conclaves, finance cam-
paigns and all other special events
and activities.
Another feature of the conference
was the completion of plans for the
nationwide "Good Turn" to be car-
ried out by the Boy Scouts of
America to encourage everyone to
vote in the November election. 35
million door-knob hangers will be
distributed throughout the nation
urging people to vote, but "VOTE".
On November 3 Cubs, Scouts and
Explorers will distribute 60,000 of
the hangers throughout the 11 coun-
ties served by the Council.
Ballenger indicated a total of
126 man-hours were spent by the
staff in developing plans, programs
and objectives for improving and
extending the Scouting program.
Attending the conference with
Ballenger were the five District
Scout Executives. These include
Ed Wells, Perdido Bay District,
Fred Minchell, Esca-Rosa District,
Robert H. Waltiii. Bay-Gulf Dis-
trict, Frank Mathews, Alabama-
Florida District and Douglas Wil-
liams, Choctawhatchee District.
The Executive Staff left Tuesday
for Montgomery where a two-day
Regional Conference will be held
for additional training of Scout Ex-
ecutives serving Scout Councils in
Northwest Florida, Alabama, Mis-
sissippi and part of Louisiana. The
Regional Executive 'Staff from

Memphis will direct the training

The High..and View WSCS holds
a rummage sale Friday and Sat-
urday of ach week frin 10:30 to
6:30 p.m. Everyone is urged to co-
operate with the ladies in these

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16th Sunday after Trinity, 16
7:30 a.m., Celebration of the
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9:45 a:m., Church School
11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer and

7:30 p.m. The Young People's
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Presbyterian Church
-Sunday, 11:00 a.m. (EST) Sun-
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Thursday, 8:00 p.m. (]ST) Pray-
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You are cordially invited.

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Mr. aud Mrs. B. L.' McCormicK will take place at 5:00 p.m. Sun-
of Port St. Joe announce the en- day, October 7, at the First Me-
gagement of their daughter. Velma
Boncile, to Charles Asa Earnest, thodist Church of Port St. Joe.
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Earnest All friends and relatives are in-
of Jasper, Alabama: The wedding vited to attend.

Se prehensive traffic survey analyses
Summer ITouIst in Road Department-history, the re-
port was issued this week by Wil-
Load In reaSeS bur E.Jones, Road Board chairman.,
Statistics in the report are based
on results from 53 permanent auto-
Florida in 1955 had 5,746,296 cars matic traffic recorders on roads n
from other states cross its borders 37 Florida counties, 13 of which are
to join a total of more than 71 mil- located on arterial highways cross-
lion vehicles touring the roads ing the state's borders, Jones said.
within the state in that same year, In addition, four eight hour manual
according to a traffic analysis just checks were maintained by Roadl
completed by the State Road De- Department crews during the year
apartment. on those 13 "entrance"-highways to
Described as one of the most corn- determine the percentage of out-of-

state vehicles entering Florida.
Data obtained by the counter,
Jones said. covers vehicular move-
ments within the state on week-
days, Saturdays and Sundays and
all movements of traffic bo'li in
and out of the state.
A total of 11,008,420 vehicles cros-
sed the state's borders in the year.
nearly six million of those being
passenger cars entering Florida
from other states.
Based on a national average of
2.3 persons carried in passenger '
cars, Jones estimated that a total
of 13,216,710 visitors came into
Florida last year by car.
Reducing those figures to a per-
centage basis, Jones said. it is
*hown Ihat of the total 11.008 420
vehicles crossing the 13 permanent
recorders on state entrance high-
ways, 52.2 per cent of them were
out-of-state cars, 26.8 per cent were
Florida cars and another 21 per
cent was accounted for by commer-
cial vehicles.
A grand total of 71,345,335 vehi-
cles was recorded during the year
by the 53 automatic counters locat-

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ed on 30 roads in the state.
This total, Jones revealed, was
broken down in the analysis to in-

dicate traffic movement over each
recorder on Sundays and Saturdays
and a total for the five week days.
Largest movements of traffic oc-
curre din the months of March and
July last year, according to the
analysis which reveal dthat 6,623,-
214 vehicles were recorded in
March and 6,571,278, or 9.2 of the
year's total in July.
"This Indicates very clearly," the
Road chairman said, "that our sum-
mer months, so far as state high-
way traffic is concerned, are rapid-
ly overhauling, or passing, the win-'
ter months."
As an additional example of
mounting summer .traffic, Jones;
pointed to th months of January
and February as compared to Au-
"In January, a total of 6,193,386
vehicles were recorded and in Feb-
ruary 6,179,961 crossed the 53 per-
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From the Seville Chronicle, tronic timers, which might trap a
Seville, Ohio: Memories of World potential killer, may not be used
War II are already growing dim against a law-breaker unless he
for many of us. Unknown already or she is given 3000 feet of warn-
by, an entire generation are the ing to conceal the evidence of his
sacrifices made by the civilian wrong-doing. Police cars must be
populace to win it. Forgotten is plainly marked, so reckless driv-
the fact that for a time it seemed ers will suffer less danger of ar.
we might not win it. rest. This same type of reason-
SYou see, It was the first time ing would have pent printed routes
since the Revolution that the of our convoys to submarine corn-
mighty United States was forced meanders during a war.
to complete mobilization. An en- It boils down to this. No 'one
trick generation of men was called really wants traffic law enforce-
to uniform. For the first time in ment. They want straighter, wider
history, women were asked to highways, faster cars, but no one
join the armed forces. Gasoline, wants safe traffic.
vital foods, even personal free- If we did, we would mobilize and
doms, were rationed and even get .it, as we did when last our
then it almost wasn't enough. Nation's safety was threatened.
How bad was that war? Well, independent, uquay
for five years 591 Americans a day From the Independent, Fuquay
were killed or injured. 1,078,674 Springs, N. C.: It seems that the
men had their lives ended. 1078,6or English, too have trouble with Eng-
drmen had their livesnged.lish. This is most gratifying to
drastically changed. Americans, who tend to be con-
It took all-out mobilization to fused about who and whom, and
end that war. What about our who go all to pieces when it
"peace"? In 1952, the last year comes to a choice between was
for which figures have been re-and were.
leased, there were still 105 Ameri- The House of Lords debated, the
cans being killed or maimed every other day, whether a certain bill
day-by automobiles! should be described as "an hotel
And there is no all-out mobill- proprietor's bill" or as ."a hotel
zation against this enemy. Offi- proprietor's bill." After discus-
cers are- even discouraged from sion marked by considerable as-
enforcing existing laws against a perity and not a little quoting of
menace that ranks with a major sources, the. Lords cravenly de-
war in destructive power. cided to call the measure "the
Weapons such as radar or elec- hotel proprietor's bill."


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FOR RENT: furnished house at
Beacon HTll. See Silas R. Stone
or phone 7-7161.
FOR RENT: Two furnilsed apart-
ments. Apply Mrs, Charles Brown
305 6th St. tfcS-23
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-
ment. Large bedroom with heat-
br, kitchen with stove and bath-
room. Phone 7-9301, J. A. Mira, 401
13th Street.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom house at
Beacon Hill. Phone 7-2671 or
.FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home con-
venient to school and town. Re-
cently done over inside. Sec, hnise
220 6th St., Contact 0. M. Taylor. tf
FOR SALE: New 2 bedroom house
in Oak Grove. See or call E. L.
Ligh foot, Madison St.. 2tp
WANTED: Man, lady or couple for
full or part-time job. Write, Great
South. Bonifay, Fla. -.. -- tf7-24
.A REAL BUY in a two-story apart-
ment house at Beacon Hill.
-Terms. See Chris Martin at Roches.
FOR SALE: Eight room house. 4th
Street. Excellent condition. Also
furnished apartment for rent. See
J. F. Daniell, 216 9th St. tfltp
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house. Fur-
nished. At Beacon Hill. See C. L.
(CChuck) Gibson.
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker truck

in excellent condition. See at
1305 Palm Blvd. itp
FOR SALE: Medium size piano in
good condition, 903 Garrison.
Phone after 5 p.m. 7-7966. During
day phone 7-3611. Itp
FOR SALE: Two bedroom house on
'two lots on Palm Blvd. House is
completely insulated. $1,000 down
and balance of $5,800 on FHA loan.
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491
gram, the Standard Coffee Co:n-
pany has immediate openings for
men all over the states of Alabama
and Florida. If not right where you
live, it may be close by. We pay
salary commission, plus bonus, fur-
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Special discounts to
Churches and Civic Groups
All Work Guaranteed
Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St.

ELECTRIC ;RONS repair-d. Work
guaranteed. Quick d-pendable
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TV ANTENNAS installed, clean-"
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I wish to thank the voters of Port St. Joe for the
fine vote cast in my favor in the First Primary City
Election, Tuesday, September 11.
I solicit your continued vote and support in the
Second Primary Election, Tuesday, September 18
and I especially solicit the support of my defeated
opponent, R. H: (Bob) Ellzey.


I wish to offer my heartfelt thanks to the voters of
Port St. Joe for the fine vote given me ii my initial
race in Port St. Joe on September 11. I cherish the
many new friends I met during my campaign.

R. H. (Bob) ELLZEY

My heartfelt thanks go to the voters of Port St.
Joe for the fine support given me in my race for
S City Commission in Group Number Four. I urge
that you go to the polls and vote in the second pri-
mary election on September 18.


Thank you, Mr. Voter, for the support and the fine
vote that you gave me in the First Primary Election
Tuesday, ,September 11. I will be a candidate for
election to the City Commission, Group Number
Four in the Second Primary, September 18 and
earnestly solicit your continued vote and support.


I wish to thank the people of Port St. Joe for their
support in the First Primary, but the race is only
half won. I wafit your support in the'next election
Tuesday, September 18, 1956.
Thanking you in advance
Candidate for City Commission, Group 4
j;rrill "Sonny" Sherrill

Thanks to the voters of Port St. Joe for giving me
the support necessary to gain a place in the run-
off election to be held Tuesday, September 18. I
sincerely appreciate your confidence shown in me.


I want to thank the voters of Port St. Joe for the
vote given me on Tuesday, September 11. My
work ruled out an extensive campaign but the vote
of confidence was appreciated.
I have enjoyed the work as-your City Commissioner
and wish my successor all the success in the world
in what is probably one of the hardest jobs in town,


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Marriage of Ann Kenney and Bently

Roberts Announced For September 13

Bill Bowen. tfc6-14
service, call BILL'S PLUMBNO,G
shone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
paired, also.
from $25.00
137 Harrison Ave.
Panama City, Florida
137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 5-4711
Panama City, Florida
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
R<-ail Parts and Repairs
"RADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric ad refrigeration
service and installation, Phonr
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F YOU ARE INTERESTED in savy- Ramsey and Mrs. Billy Quarles,
Ing money see us for anything Jr., served. Fall flowers in lavendai
SWAP SHOP. and gold were used in arrange-
-- --- ments in'the living room and dining
ng first and third Monday nights Among the sixty guests were the
500 p.m.. Anmericino Legion Hiin honoree's mother, Mrs. Basil E.
t A. M.-Regular convocation, of Kenney, Jr., and her fiance's' mo-
st. J.-s-oh oChter No. 56,. R. A. their, Mrs. Floyd G. Roberts.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- Miss Kenney will be married on
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge, Thursday, September 13 at 11:30
secretary.a.m. to James Bently Roberts in
fHERE WILL BE a regular com- St. James' Episcopal Church.
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge M-M .
No. 111, F&AM every second and Mrs. Miller Is Hostess
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
All Master Masons cordially invited. To Bridge Club Tuesday
F. W. CHANDLER, Sec. Mrs. J. Lamar Miller was hostess

Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St., meeting night every other

0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren Invited.
A. P. GILBERT, Secty.
On or before the 24th day of Sep-
tember, A.D., 1956, the defendant,
Johnnie E. Sewell, is required to
serve upon Ernest C. Wimbar!y,
plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe.,
Florida, a copy of, and file with
the Clerk of this court the original
of, an answer to the Complaiat or
divorce filed against him herein.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 21st day
of August A.D., 1956b.
George Y. Core
as Clerk of said Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-23
Special Traffic 'Regulations
That the State Road Board at its
meeting of August 24, 1956 gave
consideration to the requests celat-
ing to special traffic regulations
and in each case made a review of
the traffic investigation report,
along with the recommendations of
the engineer at the location or lo-
cations described below:
Gulf County, Road 71, From SLD
MP 0.000 to SLD MP 0.445 mi., to
35 MPH speed zone.
Gulf County, Road 30, Through
Oak Grove from SLD P 12.930 to
SLD M.P 13.18.5, distance of 0.255,
mi., Eliminate 35 MPH speed zone.
Gulf County, Road 30, Through
urban limits of Port St. Joe from
SLD MP 13.185 to SLD MP 15.804,
distance of 2.6'9 mi., Eliminate 2.5
MPH speed zone.
Gulf County, Road 30, In Port St.
Joe from SLD MP 14.230 northerly

Tuesday afternoon in her home ati
Constitution Park, to members of
her bridge club.
Winning high score was Mrs. Mil-
ler with Mrs. W. D. Dare winning
second high. Others playing were
Mrs. Henry Campbell, Mrs. Law-
rence Bissett, Mrs. Tom Coldewey,
Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mrs. Percy Flel-
shel and guest Mrs. Tom Mosley,
The hostess served sandwiches
and coffee.

Tourists Increase
(Continued From Page 3)
manent counters in the state. In
August, however, 6,043,645 vehi-
cles were on the move over Flor-
ida's roads."
Breaking traffic movements' in-
to portions of the week, Jones said
the survey reveals:
Of the total 71.3-4 .335 vehicles
recorded in the 12 months of 1955,
10,996,605 were counted on Sun-
days: 10.580,083 on Saturdays and
,the balance of 49,768.68 on the re-
maining five week days.

to SLD MP 14.940, distance of 0.710
mi. to 35 MPH speed zone.
On motion duly made and sec-
onded, the above traffic and speed
regulations were determined to be
reasonable an dnecessary upon the
basis of the engineering and traf-
fic investigations, and authority
was therefore given for the es'ab-
lishment of same and the placing
of the proper markings and sigas
as indicated; also, for the elimina-
tion of existing controls where thigh
is indicated.
Wilbur-E. Jones, Chairman

Highway 98 and 5th St.
Highland View, Fla.
Bible Study .--. 10:00 a.m.
Worship Serv. ......-- 11:00 a.m.
Evening Serv- ....... 8:00 p.m.
Wed., 8:00 p.m. Bible Study

Mrs. McKinnon Hostess
To Presbyterian Circle
The monthly meeting of Circle
No. 2 of the Presbyterian Church
met in the home of Mrs. Nell Mc-
fKinnon Monday, September 10 at
. 0 tf n .m

S "a u plants had been replaced in tihe
Hospital Auxiliary hospital.
Mrs. Hendrix then expressed the
Hears Reports Auxiliary's thanks to Mrs. William
Wager and Mrs. Robert King, who
have been in charge of the rum-

The Hospital Auxiliary met Tues-
day morning, September 11 at the
home of its president, Mrs. Wayne
Hendrix, who presided at 'he
The treasurer's report was given
by Mrs. A. P. Wakefield, and the

mage sale for the past six months.
She announced that Mrs. Joe Hen-
drix and Mrs. Frank Hannon would
head this committee for the ensu-
ing six months.
The recommendations of the Ex-
ecutive Board for improvements at

minutes of the last meeting were the hospital were then read as fol-
read and approved. The secretary lows:

Mr. and Mrs. Basil Edward Ken-
ney. Jr., of this city announce the
engagement and approaching mar-
raige of their daughter, Ann Clay-
ton to James Bently Roberts, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green Rob-
erts also of this city on Thursday,
September 13 at 11:30 a.m. in St.
James' Episcopal Church.
Th Rev. Gardner D. Underhill,
prest-in-charge will officiate at the

Bride-Elect Is
Honored At Shower

Miss Ann Clayton Kenney, bride-
elect, was feted Tuesday evening
at a calling shower, in the Palm
Boulevard home of Mrs. Char'.es
'Receiving at the door was Mrs.
Frank Hannon. Miss& Ruth Lynni


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0. *. p.m*. also read the mmutes of the Ex- 1. Mobile magazine rack.
The meeting was called to order ecutive Board meeting. 2. Bed trays with legs.,
with prayer by Mrs. Chris Bowen. The president called for reports 3. Weeds cut down behind fence,
A brief business session followed, from the various committees. Mrs 4. Plastic non-breakable dishes.
The meeting was then turned over William Whaley reported that an 5. Bed lamps.
to Mrs. Ann Iverson who opened air conditioner had been installed 6. Ramp from sun porch door and
with prayer and then taught the in the nursery before the summer patio under trees.
lesson on "The Home At Bethany". weather started, Mrs. Joseph DoWd Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax moved
The meeting was concluded with reported that louvered doors had that the auxiliary accept the recom-
isentence prayers, been put on all rooms. Mrs. Soule mendation of the board to adopt
The hostess then served refresh- reported that flowers and pot these projects. The motion was sec-
ments to those present: Mrs. Ted --. -. onded and carried.
IBeard, Mrs. Bill Winters, Mrs. Danc Will Mrs. Hendrix then appointed Mrs.
James Yeadon, Mrs. Billy Bowen, Dance Classes Will us Creech as sponsor for nurses'
Mrs. Bill Iverson, Mrs. Sam John- Enroll Saturday aides; Mrs. Gannon Buzzett and
son and a visitor, Mrs. .John Baxl-y. Mrs. Albert Ward, mobile magazine
--- S h rack; Mrs. Vic Anderson and Mrs.
CoUple Feted At oMrs. Ginnie smith, former st. Briggs Scisson, bed trays; -Mrs.
ouple Fe ALouis Municipal Opera dancer will George Aichors and Mrs. Kenneth
Buffet Supper Sat. start dancing classes here. Her Brodnax, plastic dishes; Mrs. Joe
Background in dancing consists of ll and Mrs. Durel Brigan,
15 years of study under the finest bed lamps and Mrs. Henry Camp-
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Fleishel and teachers in St. Louis. She danced bell, Mrs. Lawrence Bissett and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tom Pridgeon with the Opera Company for six Mrs.. J.Lamar Miller to invest.
were hosts Saturday evening to a years, and prior to this she has Mrs- Jt Lamale t pnd pti
buffet supper held in the private been dancing professionally since the cost of he ramp and patio
room of Van Horn's Restaurant at the age of ten. and to proceed with same. Thom-
Beacon Hill. After a short talk by Mrs. Thon-
S This information will let yon as in which she further explained
Honor guests were Miss Fay Flei- know that your children will be these projects and also stressed
shell and ar geTw so m Pridgeon, Jr., getting the best in dance instruc- the necessity of a hostess commit-
whose marriage was solemnized onn. tion. tee for the hospital during visiting
Flo fers nrnow hours, Mrs. Hendrix appointed Mrs.
Flowers in rainbow hues were Mrs. Smith will teach tap, ballet. Tom Coldewey, Mrs. Tommie Hut-
used as decorations on the tables, toe and character dancing to chil, chins and Mrs. Charles Gill to look
Among the 35 guests were mem- dren three years old and up. I into the possibilities of such a com-
bers of the wedding party, out of Registration for classes will be mittee an dto work on same.
town guests and immediate fami- held Saturday, September 15 b6- Mrs.. Earl Atchison, Sec.
lies of the bride and groom, Rev. tween 9 a.m. and 12 noon at the
and Mrs. Fred L. Davis and Mr. Port St. Joe Elementary School. "
and Mrs. Charles Brown. (Adv; Star Want Ads Get Resuts

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