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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1970
Sheriff's DepOty H. T. Dean, Port St. Joe Po- door of Western Auto Saturday morning t* build
lice Chief H. W. Gtiffin and: Sheriff's Investigator their case against a suspect.
Wayne White look for tell-tale marks oHi the back
FBI-Wanted Couple Captur
Harold L. Jarboe, age 33 and
Gleiida. Gale Jarboe, age' 21,
'bothrof troy, Iidiana, are being
held- in Gulf County jail on -sus-
picion of .trying to, break into
the Western Auto store heie in
Port St. Joe Friday night.
After being arrestei d riday
night, it was. found that the pair
is also wanted by the FBII and'
an" Indianapolice department on
'several charges :f robbery.: *"
Special police B. A. 'Collier ana
New Students Givenl
Registration for students who
will be attending Highland View
Elementary School for the first
time will be held the week' of
August 24 through 28, from B830
to 3:00 p.m. This includes stu-
dents who live in Highland FView,
Mexico Beach, Beacon Bill and
St. Joe Beach,.
Ray Ramsey found the rear door
to Western Auto tampered with
but still closed shortly after 11:00
. p:m.: Friday night. They. sum-
Smoned Asistant Chief M. A. Kel-
ley and Patrolman Howard' Ro-
gers to the scene and began an
" Collier decided to go around
to the front of the. building to
Sharks Entering Pre-Season Jamboree.
In Tallahassee On September Eleven
Port St. Joe's Sharks will ini'
tiate their football season on
Friday, September 11 by enter-
ing their third football jamboree'
which will be held in Bragg Sta-
dium in Tallahassee. Bragg Sta.
rium is the stadium of Florida
A&M 'UTniversity and will provide
ample seating for anyone who
wLyes to attend.
The jamboree game. will be
played in five quarters with the
participants as follows: first per-
iod, Rickairds and Quincy
Shanks; second quarter, Godby
and Leon; third quarter, Leon
and Rickards; fourth period, Port
St. Joe and Godby; fifth quar-
ter, Port St. Joe and Shanks.
Tickets fer the jamboree may
be purchased alt Port St. Joe High
School, as well as at the jambo-
Season tickets for the Sharks
regular football schedule will go'
on sale at the high ,school office
the first of next week. The sea-
son tickets provide reserved seats
for the leaders.
Judge Middlebrooks OK's
the Closing of Washington
U. S. District Judge David Mid-
dlebrooks gave final approval to
Gulf Counity's integration plan on
Friday of last week and approv-
ed the Gulf, County School
Board's action of closing Wast-
ington Elementary 'School.
The Judge's decision was made
known here Saturday morning
when the Board's attorney, Cecil
Register Monday for,
Adult School Program
Registration for classes for the
Gulf County Adult Institute will
be held 1onday,'August 31 from
8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Cen-
In addition to the regular
classes for high school comple-
tion, classes in electronics, sew-
ing, hightschool algebra and pos-
sibly other classes if there are
enough requests and if qualified
instructors can be obtained, will
Adult basic education classes
will be offered at the Centennial
Building, Highland View School,
North Port St. Joe, the fire hall
in White City, Wewahitchka High
School and at th .old Carver
Eligh School site in Wewahitchka.
Both the Port St. Joe and We-
wahitchka centers will be certi-
Eied fpr Veterans' education.
For information concerning
classes in the Wewahitchka area,
contact Mrs. Betty Holloway.
For information about classes
in the Port St. Joe area, call
227-5321 or 227-4806.
G. Costin, Jr., received a letter
from Judge Middlebrooks approv-
ing the school closing. '
The Board closed the Washing-
ton Elementary 'School in a spe-
cial meeting, Monday, August 10
giving their reason as a savings
of some $50,000 a year in mka-
'ing the move.
Last Wednesday, Middlebrooks
was to have given his final rul-
ing on whether or not he would
allow the move by the School.
Board. The final decision was de-
layed when a group of Negro
James M. Langston.
Is Taken by Death
Funeral services were held
Tuesday from the Zion Fair Bap-
tist Church for James "Malliie.
Langston, 63, of 253 Avenue B.
Rev. C. P. Price officiated;.
Langston had been a resident
of Port St. Joe for 25 years. He
passed away Friday of last week
at the Municipal Hospital.
Survivors include two sons,-
David and Norris Langston, one
daughter, Mrs. Maddie Thomas
and a devoted loved one, Mrs.
Gertrude Jackson all of Port St.
Joe; one sitetr- Mrs. Ethyl. Glenn
of Ft' Ogdefi; two brothers, H.
B. Langston of Orlando and Phenn-
ias Langst&n of Old Town; .five .
grandchildren, four great grand-
children and a host of nieces, 'ne-
phews and cousins.
C & W Chapel was in charge
parents filed an action in Mid-
dlebrooks last Wednesday asking
that the Board's action be de-
nied. The Negro parents alleged
the school was being closed on.
a basis of discrimination.
Judge Middlebrooks had ear-
lier ruled that elementary stu-
dents from part of North Port
St. Joe and White City would at-
tend the school.
Jn the School Board's plan,
which was accepted almost ver-
batim by the Judge, about 60-70
elementary pupils from North
Port St. Joe will attend Highland
View Elementary School and the
remainder-about 200-will at-
tend Port St. Joe Elementary
Jim Costin Setting the
Pace for Bryant In City
Jim Costin was named the cam-
paign chairman of the Farris
Bryant Senate Campaign in the
Port St. Joe area this week.
Costin was selected by Bryant's
state campaign'chairman to head
up the campaign here in Port
FIRST DAY OF
The beginning of,school in the
Port St. Joe area will be delayed
for one week, according to an
announcement released yesterday
by Superintendent of Public In-
struction, R. Marior Craig.
School was originally schedul-
ed io open Monday of next week
but several factors are playing
a .part in delaying the opening
in. the Port St. Joe area to Tues-
day, September 8.
Wewahitchka schools will open
Monday as scheduled.
The delay is brought about by
delays in delivery and installa-
tion of furnishings in the new
Port St. Joe High' School. Anoth-
er cause-for delay is inability to
complete paving work around the,
school due to recent prolonged
All Port St. Joe area schools
will start Tuesday, September 8.
This includes Port St. Joe fHigh,
Port St. Joe Elementary and
Highland View Elementary.
see if any attempt had been
made' to enter the 'building"
there. As he came into Third
Street from the alley he met a
man coming toward him with
something long 'and slender in
his hand. Upon- seeing the uni-
form, the man went back to his
car and leaned on the door with
his hands hanging inpide.'Collier
Askedd, him, if. something was
wrong. The man repted no. Then
Collier heard a 'clinking noise
like a tool being dropped and
asked the man to Iturn around
As. the man, ,arboe,. turned
he Put his hand under his shirt
and started to' draw a giun. Col-
lier drew-his gun and told Jar-
boe to stand still or he would
shoot. Two more special police,
Benton and.Henton Hamm drove
by and helped Collier get help
to get the man and the Jarboe
woman off to jail.
The car was filled with radios,
'television sets, tools, appliances,
and various items which caused
.local police and Sheriff's depu-
ties to begin .investigating.
The pair is now being held for
the FBI to pick up 'on bank rob-
Democrats Will Tell
It Like It Is In Rallies
The Gulf County Democratic
Executive Committee has sche-
duled two political rallies for
Gulf *' County prior to the Sep-
tember 8 primary.
The first rally will be held
Saturday afternoon in Wewa-
hitchka at 3:00 p.m., CST near
the Wewahitchka State Bank.
The second rally will be held
in Port St. Joe on Saturday,
September 5 at 4:00 p.m. The
rally will be held on Reid Ave-
nue near the City Hall.
Graveside Rites for
Graveside services were held
Tuesday at Forest Hill Cemetery
for the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert McCleary, 503 Main
Street. The baby passed away
Monday afternoon in a local hod-
Other survivors include the
maternal grandmother, Mrs. An-
nie Mae Cotton of Port St. Joe.
Prevatt Northside Chapel was
in charge of arrangements.
SCivi Clubs to Host Congressman Sikes Tuesday
Port St. Joe's dinner civic
clubs will gather in a joint meet-
ing Tuesday of next week for a
noon meeting at Butler's Restau-
rant w i t h Congressman Bob
Members of the Lions, Kiwan-
is and Rotary Clubs will meet
together for this special occasion.
Congressman Sikes will ad-
dress the club members after
Citizens Promised Water
Relief In 6 to 8 Weeks
Citizens of Port St. Joe living the bay.
East of Garrison Avenue were The Board agreed to hold the
assured Tuesday night by the hearing on Wednesday, Septem-
Gulf County Commission of re- ber 30 at 7:00 p.m.
lief from. water drainage prob- Water Hold-Up
lems which have plagued them County Engineer Max W. Kil-
for over two years. bourn reported that the Oak
The Board had met earlier in Grove water district was slipping
the 'evening with .Charles Dunn, in priority for government fi-
drainage' engineer with the De- nancing because the district is
apartment of Transportation, pre- not ready to go ahead with plan-'
senting the problem to him. The ning and construction. The hold-
problem is a drain which is too up is lack of a signed agreement
small passing under Niles Road with the City and the County
which holds up: water drainage for the City of Port St. Joe to
flooding the East side of Garrison furnish the water and sewer
Avenue in heavy or sustained trunk line service.
rainy 'periods. City Water Commisioner Bob
Dunn told the Board that the Fox was present and said that
DOT would install a culvert 103 the County was aware that the
inches wide and 71 inches deep in agreement was drawn in a three
six to eight weeks which would way deal with the School Board,
allow the water to drain off be- the County and the City involved
fore it became a problem. in the trunk line system. Fox
Board Chairman Walter Gra- said that after all three parties
ham warned several interested had reached agreement the
citizens present that "We've School Board had attempted to
been promised this before, so change the agreement and so had
don't feel hard at us if the work not signed. Fox said, "The City
isn't done in the time specified." cannot give an agreement until
Graham said the Board would the School Board agrees to the
stay with the project and do ev- program since they are so heav-
-erything they could to see that ily involved financially in the
it is expedited. feeder systems".
Bulkhead Requested Kibourn warned that if the
Tom S: Coldewey presented a agreement can't be signed so
request from St. Joe Paper Com- plan can proceed, the project
pany to advertise a hearing to may be held up another year.
establish a bulkhead on St. Jo- .. .Voting Machines On Display
seph Bay on their property ad- In other busine s,- the Board
jacent to the North end of the agreed to display voting ma-
mill yard. The bulkhead line chines in the Highland View
would run from the old barge, Fire Station on Monday, August
basin *Northward to the Gulf 31 from 10 to 5 p.m. to.familiar-
County Canal. The bulkhead line 'ize' vters in this precinct with
would be located just inside..the the. machines. The voting ma-
present shoreline in this area. "chines will also be on display
Coldewey said the bulkhead: in the White City Fire Station
line was needed so that a con- on Wednesday, September 2.
trainer wall could be built to con- The last rtght of way signature
tain material the firm has been was reported secured for paving
cited for allowing to escape into of the St. Joseph State Park
Pucker up Miss Mac, George is politicingi Tapper prepares to
plant one on Miss Minerva McLane as he met with his friends and
fellow citizens here late Saturday afternoon.
Partial Shipment of New Band Uniforms
Have Arrived; 'Remainder Due Shortly
A partial shipment of the new
Port St. Joe High School Band
uniforms have arrived, with the
remainder of the uniforms ex-
pected in just a few days ac-
cording to Mrs. Dave Maddox,
president of the Band Parents'
Mrs. Maddox said that all of
the uniforms are to be here in
time for the band's first public
appearance this school year
which will be on September 18
at the Port St. Joe-Wewahitchka
Mrs. Maddox said that several
organizations and individuals
have made pledges to purchase
uniforms and they should send
in their checks immediately. The
uniforms are $85.00 each. Checks
should be made payable to the
Band Parents Association and
sent to the Port St. Joe High
Road. Work will. get underway
in late September.
The Board discussed heavy
mosquito problems and authoriz-
ed Mosquito Control C. E. Dan-
iell to advertise for an additional
truck and spray machine if he
had sufficient money left in the
budget year ending September
The Board authorized a reso-
lution to be sent to Congressman
Bob Sikes asking to be included
as a member of the Coastal
Plains Regional Commission, a
three state organization designed
to promote economic develop-
This young lad did his pblitic-
ing in an unusual way Saturday
evening as he circulated among
the crowd attending the fish fry
given for George Tapper on a
unicycle with this sign across his
chest and back.
Still A Few More
About 600 people braved the
threatening weather to attend a
fish fry given for George Tapper
at the Centennial Building Sat-
Tapper is a candidate for Lieu-
tenant Governor of the State of
Florida as a running mate with
Earl Faircloth, who is seeking
the Democratic nomination for
Hosted by Port St. Joe support-
ers of Tapper, free mullet, slaw
and hunshpuppies were served
during the evening to the guests
who came to hear Tapper give
an old-fashioned political speech
in which he lambasted the pres-
ent administration and pointed
out that Northwest Florida needs
some representation in Tallahas.
In giving his reasons for ac-
cepting Faircloth's invitation to
run on his ticket, Tapper said,
"Gulf County has been good to
me and I feel I should try to re-
turn the favor with some service
to its people".
Tapper emphasized all through
his talk that "when you vote for
the Faircloth-Tapper ticket, you
are voting for me, and when you
vote for me, you're voting for
The candidate stated that if
the team is elected, he will be
in charge of the Department of
Transportation. "I want West
Florida to have an equal oppor-
tunity at the road budget for a
change", he said.
Taper spaid he felt that thils
would be the last chance for the
next 100 years for this part of
Florida to have a man in the
"big chair" in Tallahassee. "Make
the most of the opportunity", he
said. "You know I will always
stand ready to help this section
of the state if given the oppor-
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S THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32454 THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1970
-N W Florida Needs Tapper
George Tapper made a statement at the fish fry held
in his' honor Saturday afternoon that "Port St. Joe and
West Florida needs me in Tallahassee for the next four
years". Tapper went on to point out that it. will probably
be, another 100 years before anyone from West Florida
wil .make it to the Governor's or Lieutenant Governor's
Tapper wasn't just bragging or being vain about his
statement. It has been a long time since West Florida
has had any, attention from the Governor's office not
since the term of Fuller Warren, to be specific.
As Tapper pointed out, it's\a selfish thing with us to
want our native son in a position to do something .for
this forgotten part, of the state.. In years past, Gulf
County has needed much and has, received little. One can
look about the county now and see much need of a little
attention. Our small size just doesn't pack the weight
needed to get the, big jobs done. '
We realize that Wapiper's running mate, Earl Fair-.
cloth, isn't the most popular person in this part of the
state. But, it will be to our advantage to vote for hi
we believe that with Tapper being on his gubern
team, it will mean much to us. We believe Tapp
do things for this area that have needed doing for
time. To name a few items: there is a need for a
bridge at Overstreet over the Intracoastal Canal.
is need for major repairs to the span at Highland
We also need Highway 98 4-laned or the complete
Interstate 10 and 4-laning of U. S. 90 will funnel all
traffic away from our doors. These are things ,(
never get unless we have a sympathetic ear at the
We won't say Tapper will get us these thing
we are saying that our best chance to get them
with Tapper in office as Lieutenant Governor.
As we said, we know Faircloth isn't the most p
individual in the world to West Florida, but we fi
good Tapper can do for us far outweighs any ani
we might harbor,for Mr. Faircloth.
Integration Finally Settled
After several years of sparring back and forth with
the office, of Health, Education and Welfare, the inevit-
able has arrived and Monday morning, Gulf County vill
open its doors of education on a unitary, integrated school
gether and resolve to cooperate with one another
our children may have an education togeth
without the distracting yelps of indignation fror
Dasis ,or the first time in history. Gulf County has done the best it could under'
As we tried to point out last week, it is a pity that the cumstances. If the delays engineered, by the
good white and black, citizens of this county ,hadd to .be' Board did any one thing, it at least let the system g
pitted against one another in something that was nohe position to provide proper facilities for some sen
of their doing. :-a .result of 6he. years pf.planing, re- of order to come out of what would surely have ot
vising, receiving timatums and visits. from HEW, the hao
people' of Gulf had to wind up asSuperitend benn caos.
of Public Instru nrion Craig puts 'it,' "United If both races can now work to make the syst
we are all disple_ the outcome". come an effective means of quality education as t
Neither etn$ r 4his section of Gulf was suc- in trying to get things arranged as they wanted indi
cessful in getting wh l i o wanted most. Both had to we yill all be the winners, rather considering th
give ground. N b le q live together, work to- one has lost anything,
Too Late To Classify
By Russell -Kay
Athelestan Spilhaus, president
of the American Association for
the Advancement of Science,
tells us that there is no such
thing as "waste". We think of
ourselves as consumers, but we
do not consume. All we do is
use .things and eventually cast
According to the law of the
conservation of matter, exactly
the same mass of material re-
mains. The material .we term
"waste" remains in some .form
-and must be reckoned with.
We have centered our efforts
in production of things. We use
those things for our comfort and
convenience but have given lit-
tle thought to the problem of
disposing of such things when
we are through with them.
Spilhaus feels that the time
has come for an industrial revo-
lution. We must give thought and'
effort into channeling' our so
called "waste" back into pro-
duction, breaking down the ele-
ments for reuse.
As our standard of living goes
up we continue to create more
and more pollution of our envir-
onment. The time has come to
think of "waste" as raw material
that can and must be' salvaged
-for reuse. The substances that
today are poisoning our air, soil
and water must be transformed
into useful products, even if 'it
.means the expenditure of bil-
lions and revolutionizes our in-
In the next industrial revolu-
tion, there must be a loop back
to the factory from the user. If
American industrial genius can
mass assemble and mass pro-
duce and distribute, it can and
must find a way to reuse such
An example of the situation
that Floridians can appreciate to-
day is the problem of disposing
of large quantities of nerve gas.
We have been facing this pro-
blem.for years making no effort
to find a sensible solution. Now
we must pay the piper.,
Nobody really knows what the
results will be from dumping this
material in the ocean. Will this
gAs somehow escape to destroy
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company -
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosToFFCE Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
I PORT ST. JOE,.FLOBIDA 82456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.73 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In ease of error or ommiosions in advertisements, the publisher
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
welghed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vioces. The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.m
marine life and mankind? The
action our military leaders have
taken in this case is no different
than industry, and all of us have
taken and continue to take as
far as our environment is con-
We continue to manufacture
internal combustion engines.
You and I continue to drive our
automobiles. We continue to
dump deadly, poisons in our lakes
and rivers while we scream about
dumping .nerve gas 300 miles at
It is up' to science and indus-
try to plan for the future and
determine when we make a new
product and mass market it,
what to do with the refuse that
remains after' use.
If we have the brains and
know-how to create more and
more things, we ought to possess
equal ability to figure out how
to reuse substances and mater-
ials, eliminate the dangerous gas-
es and polutants, restoring the
balance of nature.
We are all in this mess to-
gether. We who use the things
that industry provides are just
as much to blame as industry it-
, self. When the public demands
pure water and' fresh air- and
make their wants knoin science
and industry will come up with
some answers. In the meantime
its our world and we've got to
live in it.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
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Bill Would Foster
A bill designed to encourage t)
establishment of fish, wildlife, an
recreation areas will be of inter
to residents of the West Florida R
source Conservation and Develo
ment (RC&D) Project."
The law authorizes federal a
to sponsors carrying out an RC&
project plan, according to Kelly
ia, for Swindle of Bonifay, President
latorial the RC&D steering committee.
The assistance is limited to w
er can ter-based recreation, fish and wi
r some life development that will be op
a draw to public use. Under terms of t
There Act, the federal aid can be us
for up to one-half of the cost
View. needed land rights and facility
Lion of for such developments.
tourist The West Florida RC&D proje
embraces Calhoun, Franklin, Gad
ye will den, Gulf, Holmes, Jefferson, Jac
top of son, Leon, Liberty, Wakulla, W
ton, and Washington Counties.
"Since improved recreational
gs, but cilities is one objective of the p
jwill be ect, this is one more legislate
wil be tool that can be used effective
by the RC&D endeavor," Swin
popular The Act limits copt-sharing
eel the water-based' developments cons
mosity ent with a plan found adequate:
purposes of the Land and Wa
Conservation Fund of 1965. It
not available if assistance can
provided under other authority
and only one development can
'authorized for each 75,000 ac
of the project area.
Details for administering this
distance to local RC&D. spons
are being developed by the U.
Department of Agriculture, Sw
so that dle said. i i,
Their 'LewisRogers On
thecir- Carrier Roosevelt
School USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVE
get in a Navy Petty Officer First Class
wis H. Rogers, husband of the
nblance mr Miss Clara A. Miley of
herwise Third St., Port St. Joe, has report
for duty aboard the aircraft car
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt at
tenm, be- homeport, Mayport, Fla.
hey did The Roosevelt recently, return
from her 18th deployment in
vidually Mediterranean Sea and is curr
at any. ly undergoing post-cruise main
F. We've been reading the inside pages of the newspaper again.
of Like Hal, Boyle's "Mail Bag", when you read the inside pages ,
of the newspaper, one finds all kinds of interesting, educational and
fa- entertaining bits of information. Several we gleaned during the
Id- past week fit one or all of these categories and made us pause to
en think on 'occasion.
he An example we can quote was a headline which stated "Art
ed Sculpture Taken for A Piece of Junk". The trend now is to take
io a piece of junk for a work of art. We've drifted in this direc-
ies tion. Such little bits of information make us feel good that there
ct is' sane people in the world who recognize trash as trash. Could
&- it be that we have thrown and strowed trash throughout our coun-
sk- tryside, on our beaches, on our roadsides, in the woods, to such an
ck- extent that it is beginning to .look normal-even good-to us; even
to the point where we can describe junk as art.
fa- Maybe this change in values is proof that the war on pollution
ro- is beginning to work.
ely An article in the inside pages datelined "Isle of Man" brings to
dle light just how much our permissive society today has contributed to
our record deeds of misbehaviour',throughout the land.
to The Isle of Man doesn't have a police force. The people elect
ior a committee to punish the wrong-doer when wrong-doing occurs-
which is rarely. The,punishment is dropping of the britches and a
ter firm switching across the bare behind for everyone caught in
is doing wrong, not just children. I really believe this punishment
be would work here in this country, too. It should prove especially \
ies, effective with college or high' school demonstrators.
res But what punishment would you mete out'to the parents for
the whipping they would put on the teachers for daring to touch
as- their "little darlings" with anything so "damaging" as a switch?
o r s I. ..* *
S. Here's an article I really "took to". It was "my bag", you might
yin- say. A Missouri Senator has proposed a bill to Congress to make
it illegal for deficit spending by the United States Government ex-
cept in times of war.
A bill like this would prevent Congressmen from passing legis-
lation of "giving to the people" on borrowed money (so it doesn't
hurt right now) to guarantee re-election. Or, as they say in more
crude circles, "buying your vote with your own money". Sounds
gLT good, but we can't have anything as drastic as this going on, can
Le-. we? What would happen to the ."American dream" if our country
for. leaders put the nation on a cash basis? The dollar might even get
518, to be worth 100 cents again. Horrorsl
nier Al Hastings, the Negro candidate for U. S. Senate has a bigger
her drawback to his candidacy than his color. Hastings claims, 'Tm
not a conservation nor a radical I'm rational!" Mr. castingss,
ned you might overcome your color and whatever bias it may'cause
the among some of the voters. If it were just "color", you might
ent. stand 'a chance of being Florida's new Senator.. But, Mr. Hastings,
tenm very few people have gotten elected on a claim of being rational.
Where would you use such a quality in Washington?
-' 4 fHE STA'.Port St. Joe, 1la. 3,2456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1970 rAGE THRER
I Clrk Stae House 3. 6:00x16, 4 ply
El | A Clerk: Mrs. H. W. Griffin. Inspec: 4. 8:25x20, 10 ply
L garpe, Mrs. Dan Hatfield, Mrs. 6. 7:00x16, 6, ply
,r Legal Ad5. .Ex ,4 ply College Courses Are Available Here
.UM. a Jones, and (alternates) Mrs. Verna 8. 8:15x15, 4 ply
".- "* NOTICE Smith and Mrs. May Pierson. 9. 7:50x17, 8 ply
-. ... The Board of County. Commise- Precinct No. 10 10. 13:00x24, 8 ply Four Port St. Joe and 11 Tyn. PSLS 113, Physical Geology; MS Wednesdays, beginning at 6:30 p.
S sioners of Gulf County, Florida, at Scout House 11. 11:2x28, 4 ply dall Air Force Base courses are 110, Plane Trigonometry; HY 101, in., Wednesday, Sept. 2.
its meeting of August 11, 1 70%,a0- Clerk: Mrs. Myrtice Smith: In. 12. 11:00x20, 12 ply
pointed the following Electin in- sectors: Mrs. E. C. Cason, Mrs. G. 13. 10:Q0x20, 12 ply being- offered this fall by Gulf Western Civilization; and DP 101, BAN 215, Business Law; DO 103,
section Boards to conduct the Pri- E. MCGill, Mrs. 0. M. Taylor, Mrs. 14. 8:00x16.5,,8ply Coast Junior College, it was an- Introduction to Data Processing, all Fundamentals of Computer Pro-
mary Elections to be held Septem- Albert Blackburn and (alternate) 15. 5:70/5:00x8, 4 ply nounced this week. on Mondays begiiining at 6:30 p.m., gramming; and SCH 101, Funda-
ber 8 and 29, 1970. Mrs. Mary Barham. 16. 23x8:50/12, 2 ply Monday, August 31. mn f Sch, 1Un Tun-
Precinct No. 1 Precinct No. 11. All prices to include delivery to The four Port St. Joe Courses, mental of Speech, all on Thurs-
Wewahitchka City Hall Centennial Building Port St. Joe, Florida. Bids will be all of which will begin at 6:30 p.m. BAN 110, Principals of Account- days, beginning at 6:30 p.m.,
Clerk: Mrs. Eunice Arhelger. In- Clerk: Faye Burkett. Inspectors: received -'until .12:00 Noon EDT,
sectors, Mrs. Leona O'Neal, Mrs. Mrs. L. W. Cox, Mrs. Jesse Ander- September 1, 1970, at the office of (EST) in the Port St. Joe High ing: EH 201, World Literature; and Thursday, August 27..
Ruby Gay, Mrs. Alice Chason and son, Mrs. Glenn Knight, Mrs. Ev- the City Clerk, Port St. Joe, Flor- School, are English 102 and En- ES 202, Economics, all on Tuesdays, Tyndall courses ae open to the
Mrs. Dollie Weeks. erett McFarland and (alternate) ida. The City Commission reserves glish 204, both offered on Mondays, beginning at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, public and interested persons may
Precinct No. 2 Mrs. N. G. Martin. T the right to reject any or all bids Physical Science 153, which will be Sept. 1. register the night of the first class
Clerk: Mrs. Wynell1 rate: Inspec- BOARD of COUNTY received. I register the night of the first class
letrs: Mrs CosettaWalsenham, Mrs. COMMISSIONERS 8-20 C. W. BROCK,. 4t offered on Tuesdays, and History MS 101, Intermediate Algebra, on meeting.
John Strength, Mrs. Bessie Nn- Gulf County, Florida 2t City Auditor and Clerk 8-6 101, which will be offered on
**^ nery and Mrs. Milton Parramore. WALTER GRAHAM, Thursday.
Precinct No. 3 C_ a-vm IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Persons interested in enrolling
Crutchfield, Store, Honeyville COURT, IN AND FOR GULF for or SEE
Clerk: Mrs. Carmine Crutchfield; INVITATION TO BID COUNTY, FLORIDA for History 101 may do so Thurs-
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Inspectors: Mrs. Thelma Vanhorn, BID NO. 95 IN RE: ESTATE OF day, August 27, for either English TM M
C9N. ." / Mrs.. Dorothy Forehand, Mrs. Max- The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, WILLARD PHONZO GILBERT, course on Monday, August 31, and
FROM DISTRICT 2 ine Coker and (alternate) Mrs. Bes- will receive Sealed Bids in the City Deceased. for Physical Science 153, Meterolo-
I sie Smith. Clerk's office, City Hall, P. 0. Box NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER f o sa S 1. eg TO M M Y
I am a candidate for the Precinct No. 4 "A" Port St. Joe, Florida, 32456, OF ADMINISTRATION gy, on Tesday, Sept. 1. Registrar.
office of County Commission- Overstreet Church Building until 12:00 Noon, September 1, 1970 UNNECESSARY tion will take place at 6:30 p.m. in
er, District Two, subject to Clerk: Mrs. Annie Cook., Inspec- for 10,000 gallons of Semi-Pave Ma- All persons having claims or de- the Port St. Joe High School all
the Democrt Primaries tors: Mrs. Raymond Hardy,, Mrs. J. trial provided with antistrip pro- mands against the estate of Willard three evenings. H U TCH IN S
the Democratic Primaries to C. Hanlon, Mrs. L. T. Atkins. perties as specified below: Phonzo Gilbert, also known as W.
be held in September. Precinct No. 5 Specification Designation, ASTM P. Gilbert, the above named deceas- Tyndall courses, the ight offered,
A 31-year resident of Gulf Highland View Fire Station Test Method and. Requirements: ed, are hereby notified that an TOMMY THOMAS CHEVROLET
County, I have been witness Clerk: Mrs. Wallace Guillot. In. Flash Point (Tag Open Cup) Orde of Administration Unneces- and beginning dates follow:anama City
Sto its continuing development, specters. Mrs. Thelma Rhames, gree F. D-1310, 100 Min.; Viscosic h ben enered by the Hon-
... ... Mrs.........me..Mrsr21040-50-: able S. P. Husband, County
want to b e ae Ceamer, s. l es o dee Jdkes; 'thhtthe total cash value of etatehas been- assigned by such New and Used Cars and Trucks
S;l~ntto be amore active. &1ou ueamer. Mr,: o DW- ,, e"th" New and Used Cars and Trucks
part in this development, to Precinct No. 50-55 Viscosity, 140 degrees PS, said estate is lessthan Five Thou- Order is as follows:CALL 785-5226
help sure that the. benefits White City- Fire Station D2170, 100-1500; Pen, 77 degrees .00), exclusive Soledad Gilber CALL. 785-5226
of this development is shared r s. R. F, e e de- stitution and Statutes of the State Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-8-13 NIGH 229-477
b al ough tors. Mrs. Bill Beachamp, Mrs. Bill ..ll price quoted to ide of-Florida; and that the name and S.P. HUSBAND, -
by all the people---through Harper Mrs. E. M.Williams. 'livery FOB o Pot St. Joe, Florida. S. P. HUSBAND,
long-range, careful planning .Precrnct No. 7 'e City of PorSt. Joe, Florida address of the person to whom said County Judge
and through tight-fisted ex. ..Clerk: Mrs. Joe Pippin. Inspec- reserves the right to accept or re- -
penditure of the taxpayer's tors: Mrs. Joyce Young, Mrs. Em'- ject afiy or all bids' received.
ory Robinson,-Mrs. Wayne Creel. C. W. BROCK 8-20
money. P.ecinct No. 8 City Auditor and Clerk 2t
I am a firm believer in gov- City Hall
people; and, ifeete, w tors:. aughtr, AVERTISEMENT FOR BI SENSATIONA VALUE!
basepm,. decision on the will Jack Sheffield, Mrs. J. A. Garrett, The 'Gulf Coast Junior College
of base deci. ononrs. Ethelle Westbrook, .Mrs Ju- Board of Trustees will receive bids
of the jorit.ia Johnson and (alternate) Mrs for insurance coverage as follows:ACRYLIC
S Precinct No. 9 and Machinery Public Official 1 BO D D C Y IC
Bond Public Liability.
Bids must be received by 10 a.m.,
CST, August 28, 1970. Bids receiv-
Vote for a man who is interested in our School ed r this time will not be con- BOYS CPO
System and your child's education Bid forms may be obtained by JACKET
contacting A. P. Jefferies, Dean of ,JACKETS
Administrative Services, Gulf Coast
__| il .Jll Junior College by phone, letter, or
IV in person.
/" '* The Board of Trustees reserves
I D the right to reject any and/or all .4 SPECIAL
I' B f bids or to waiver any informalities
Sin the bidding. 3t13 our reg. $4.99 PURCHASE
INVITATION TO BID 'Woven plaIds In
131 BID NO. 92 authentic CPO'styl. compare at 6
Board of Public Instruction The City Commission of the City Ilg. Anchor b ttons. opore oat $6.99
of Port S. Joe, Florida,. will re- Wool blends In Fall
DISTRICT ONE ceive bids from any -person, com-colors. L. tylestohoosfrompleated
pany or corporation interested in front, side tab or full skirt style.
Remember our Vote Is Important selling the City the following des- Bondd to acetate for comfort and
o, n Supprt, .Wu Voe G "praty e .. ribed' tires to be purchased as stay crisp look.Beautifullyfinished.
Your Vote and Support Will b Greatly Appreciated needed: Choice of colors. 10 46,
1. 8:25115, 4 ply -
'2. 12:4x28, 4 ply.
0 o-on JUNIOR PETITES
SPORT' MISSES & HALF SIZES
One, two and three piece
H h dresses in newest styles
'>and trims. You must see
this great new Fall select n
reg. $2.99 ea.
Long sleeve styles with GIRLS SHIRTS
new long point collars LADIES NO-IRON
In stripes and fancies.N R BLOUSES
Permanent press polyes-
ter-cotton bnd 18.
BLOUSES ,r r2 99 each
Permanent press tail-
B YA K 44 ored and t.lace trim.
reg. $3.99 ea. 14. -
-1'styles. White and colors.
Elect'A Family Man to Manage the EduCation of cottonknhtcresns
Your Children BOYS SWEAT SHIRT s ,ls ,o
RE-ELECT colors S .
I ene Kaftield SELECTION O
EMB BOAP INSTRUCTION JACKETSe BOYS SHOES BIG BOYS MENS SHOES
MEMBER, BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 0
LAY- areg. $4.99 1 S 1> reg. $5.995 0 reg. $6.99 $ 100A
& $5.99 & $6.99 to $8.99
DIST. J RK ICT FIVE50 1 6P
SDIST FIVEI AWAY Leather slip-ons or ox- Great new styles in New strap and buckle
l 4 fords with new orna- leather slip-ons and o; treatments. Moc-toe
Characterized by A Relentless Compelling Urge to Improve .-.W.... -wh youhave imnts nowestyles fords Groupclu sp-s andmany more.
est choice Rugged PVC soles. Sizes favorite Monk Strap. 6 Leathers andvinys.
PAGEPB THE STAR. Port St..e, FFl. 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1970
feted With Shower
;:. /,. / .
S Mi6)4g Wis tlhda !tl e was honored last Thursday,. Judy Herring, Jean Maddox and Carol Mapes.
e vening with a -al' shower,.in the social room Seated are Mrs. A. P. Gilbert, mother of the
of: the First Viesbt hian Church. brideelect, Miss Gilbert, andf Mrs. -W: J. Branch,
Hostesses r'the'event are shown' standing in "- mother of theigroom-elect. -
the above photo, left to right, Linda Rycroft, -Star photo
I AM A CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Dist. 2
If I am elected, I promise to listen to each per-
son who has a request and try to represent the in-
dividual as well as all the districts in bringing their
request before the Commission, so that we all can
work together for the betterment of Gulf County.
Your Vote Will Be Appreciated
Jimmy H. Helms
*~~~ ~ ~ ~ f _________
JACK and JILl KINDERGARTEN
will have "
For five and four year old children
friday, August 28 9 to 12 Noon
2t Phone 227-4706
524 8th Street
MISS SHERRY WHITE 'ON
FLA. STATE DEAN'S LIST
Miss Sherry White who is a stu-
dent in Graduate School,at Florida
State University. Tallahassee, made
the Dean's List for the summer
quarter ending August 14. Sherry
made a 4.0, all A's, for a perfect
average., She is working to obtain
h6r Master's degree in speech
pathology and audiology and is the
daughter of Mrs. D. E. White and
the late Mr. White.
Miss White is a 1966 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School.
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Cary and
family, his brother and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Lovell Cary had dinner
with the E. J. Rich family last Sun-
IN SINCERE APPRECIATION
We would like to thank our
many, many friends and neighbors
of Gulf and BaW Counties for their
k i n d expressions of sympathy
through flowers, food and kind
words. Especially, we appreciate
your prayers during our time of
anxiety and waiting and after the
tragic finding of our daughter.
May God's richest blessings be
THE FAMILY of
I H. S. LILIUS, H
Miss Anne Mosely
Wed to James B.
Porter In Miami
Miss Kathleen Anne Mosely
became the bride of James Bur-
nett Porter in the tropical gar-
den of Mrs. Teresa Walsh on Hi-
biscus Island, Miami; on Satur-
day, August first, at four o'clock
in the afternoon.
The ceremony was performed
by the Reverend Donald Willis
of the Miami Congregational
Church before an improvised al-
tar and a background of palms,
orchids and bird-of-paradise.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas
Mosely, Jr., of Port St. Joe, and
.the groom is the son of Mrs.
William Andrews of Chapel Hill,
North Carolina, and the late
Miss Martha Thomas was Maid
of Honor and Charles Porter, bro.
theirr of the groom, was best man.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore a pink"
print silk hostess govi and car-
ried a nosegay of mixed summer
The Maid of Honor wore ,a
printed blue knit hostess gown
and wore hibiscus in her hair.
The bride's mother ch6se for
her daughter's, wedding a beige
linen, accented by pink embroi-
dery, sheath 'dress and the
groom's mother wore a pale blue
bonded knit dress. The bride's
paternal grandmother wore a
blue and white floral print voile
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents were hosts at a
After a honeymoon at Remuda
Ranch Resort in the Everglades,
the couple is at home at 275
North Coconut Lane, Palm Is-
Among the out of town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. William An-
drews of Chapel Hill, North Car-
olina;. Mr. anl Mrs. Ben Dickens
of Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. G.
L. Dickens and Miss Jan Dickens
of Jacksonville; Mrs. Terrence
Dye of Omaha, Nebraska; Mrs.
Letha Rester and Mrs. Floyd Lis-
ter of Wewahitchka; Miss Cath-
erine Durea of Atlanta, Ga.; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Overton and
Stephen Overton of New Orleans,
La., and the bride's paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Mosely of Quincy.
Miss Sherry White and Miss
Beverly Baldwin were business vis-
itors to Valdosta, Ga., Monday.
West Florida's Economy
He offers experience, seniority and
a proven record of responsible
Miss Penny Webb, bride-elect,
was honored with a calling shower
Friday, August 14 in the home of
Mrs. Addison Prescott in Chipley.'
Co-hostesses were Mrs. Billy Miles,
Mrs. Hubert Cope and Mrs. Ronnie
Receiving with Miss Webb were
her grandmother, Mrs. Valrey Wil-
liams and Mrs. Joel Lovett of Port
St. Joe, mother of the prospective
bridegroom, Captain Howard Lov-
Miss-Cory Webb, sister of the
bride-to-be, kept the bride's book.
The reception rooms were dec-
orated with summer flowers. MisB?
Sue McDaniel, assisted by Miss Gall
Visiting With Parents .
Miss Beverly Baldwin of. Iowa
City, Iowa is spending two weeks'
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
D. Baldwin. Beverly. will be a tea-
cher at the University in Iowa City
for the 1970-71 school year.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Baldwin and
daughter, Beverly, spent the week
end and several days this week in
Columbius, Ga., visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Millard Toole and family.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank our
friends at White City for their ex-
pressions of sympathy during the
illness and 'death of my father.
Your prayers, the' flowers and
cards that were sent and the food
that was prepared were deeply ap-
May God bless each of you.
.MRS. BILL BEAUCHAMP.
Knight' served coffee and punch. and introduced them to Miss Webb.
Mrs. Ronnie Hartzog was in charge Standing in line with the bride-
of the gift room. The hostesses pre- elect were her grandmother, Mrs.
sented Miss Webb with a gift of Valery Williams and Mrs.-Joel Loy-
chinA. ett, mother of the groom-elect, p
cOFFEE Port St. Joe.
Miss Penny Webb, bride-to-be, Assisting in serving were Mrs,
was the guest of honor at a coffee Ronnie Hartzog and Mrs. Billy Ver-
ast Saturday morning in the home siga of Port St. Joe. Miss Coi-
of Mrs. W. P .Atkins, Jr., in Chip- Webb, sister of the honoree, relj
ley. Other hostesses were Mrs. W. istered the guests.
P. Atkins, Sr., Mrs. Robert Ellis, The hostesses presented corsages
Mirs.'Lrry Davis of Port St. Joe to Miss Webb, her grandmother
and M'..S Ross Deal. Mrs. Atkins and Mrs. Lovett. They also gave
usdd summer flowers throughout' a gift of china to the honoree. Ap-
her h6o e. She greeted the guests proximately 75 guests attended.
OPENING MONDAY, AUGUST 24
: ..'Service Is Our Business"
On AlH Dry Cleaning Orders of $5.00 or more
HAVE YOUR WINTER DRY CLEANING DONE NOW!
107 Second Street Port St. Joe
COSTIN'S has many new items just arrived that are
guaranteed to please the sfyle-conscious teen ager.
You'll also find many close-outs at COSTIN'S that will
be fine "school-wea'" for many weeks to come.
SH 0 ES
Many Other Items
You Can Wear for
'"Your Store of Quality and Fashion"
p -... IF -.~.-i--- '- ,
Bride- Elect Party Honoree
THE STAR. Port S.. .oe, Fla. 32456
"The largest organs are made in
that the electronics still cannot
Holand",rPendarviSsaid,"With produce the tonal quality of the
Pipe Organs Have Lng History 15"Nwiethth rg
p i ,generation to generation. Now pipe organ .
Sover 40 firms manufacture pipe ipe organ can cost from $18,-
otay speaker nington Pen- ient flutes", Pendarvis said, "when. big pipes and later pneumatics. organs in the United States itz-000 to $200,000", Pendarvis said.
darvis labeled the pipb organ, "the some of the ancients tied several; Pipe organs today are driven by ing European craftsmen. "Only Butes from 13 to 14 months to et
Lost magnificent instrument ever' of the flutes together to get, a bar- electric motors which drive pumps four of five of these firms make takes from 13 to 14 months to get
kade" as he told the club of some monious sound". to produce the air to make the mu- outstanding instruments" Pendarvis an instrdered Each organ is custom built
.the history of the pipe orgap at Originally pipe organs were hand' sic. "Some large organs have sur- said. to the facility it will serve. i
meeting last Thursday. ; pumped. Then hydraulics were in- prisinglf large motors just to pro- I Electronic organs were introduc- Guests of the club were Tommy
i %pe organs evolved from an- produced to drive air through the vide air for the instruments., led in 1947 but the speaker claims Dixon of Thomasville, Ga., and
STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 8
~1.. . .. . '
Claude E. Lister, Jr., of Wewa-
Among the students enrolling at
Chipola Junior College this fall are
four recent graduates of Port St.
Joe High School. They are Donnie
Shoots, Glen Davis, Kenneth Mer-
.ritt and Dale Little.
WHITE FAMILY VISITS
Rev. Tommy White of Bonifay
was the guest Tuesday of Mrs. D.
E. White'and Miss Sherry White.
Mrs. D. E. White and Miss Sherry
White were week end visitors to
Jacksonville and Neptune Beach,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David
E. White and son, John David.
All Your Roaches
or your money back
All'You Can Lose is
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1970 PAGE FIVE
Covers W. Wiggins Funeral services will be held
J ayVe er Saturday afternoon with interment
Died Here Yesterday to be in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Wiggins is survived by his wife,
Clovers W. Wiggins, age 69, a Mrs. Idean Wiggins of Port St.
long time resident of Port St. Joe, Joe; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Mad-
passed away Wednesday morning, die Thomas of Port St. Joe; one
following a long illness. Wiggins brother, a sister, five grandchil-
was a retired AN Railroad em-, dren and four great grandchildren.
ployee, a member of the Masonic! C & W Funeral Chapel is in
Lodge and the Primitive Baptist charge of arrangements.
Come First '
There's never any unnecessary' r
waiting here to have your prescriptions
filled That's because dispensing
medicine Is our first oder of Jbusiness.
You can count on us to fill your
with only the finest of pharmaceuticals.
A FULL SERVICE DRUG STORE
Gifts Cameras Cosmetics Fragrances -. Tobacco
Games Stationery Toiletries
Drive-in Window for Prescriptions at Rear of Store
2 FREE PARKING SPACES AT REAR OF STORE
John Robert Smilth, Pharmaceutical Chemist
I PHONE 227-5111 236 REID AVENUE
St Joe Hrdware Co.
71 '- -
NEWS-BERALD, Panana City,- Fl., Saturday, August, i
STATE AWARD Florida Police
C h i e f s Association members
presented Rep, Joe Chapman,
D-Panama City, :(right) with a
special state award Friday, denot-
ing "his. outstanding achieve-
ments for law enforcement while
serving in the Florida House of
Representatives." .On hand to
make the presentation were Pan-
ama -City Police -Chief Tom
McAuley (left), and Port St. Joe
Police Chief Buck Griffin.
The Florida Police Chiefs Association. presented Rep. -Joe Chapman
with a certificate of appreciation Friday "in an effort to thank him for the
work he has done for us in the legislature," association member Tom Mc-
Auley, Panama City Police Chief, said.
,"During the 28 years I have been in law enforcement, Joe Chapman"
*has done more for us than any other representative .in my time," Port St.
Joe Police Chief Buck Griffin asertedt
As a freshman in the Florida Legislature Our State Repre-
sentative has already distinguished himself as a leader.
For the future of our area we need To Re-Elect -
Representative District 9
I Poid Political Adv.
SEE JOE CHAPMAN TONIGHT (August 27) AT 8:30 P.M., CST ON CHAN. 7
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PAGE SIX rTHE STAR, RL t..Joe, Fa. 32456 THURSDAY, -AUGUST'27,-1970
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St. Joe Furniture Co.
Telephone Orders Accepted 229-1251
Say You Saw It In The Star -
Procedures Set For St. Vincent Island Hunt
Foremost Choc. Milk
S' it Is Good!"
Pick It Up from Your Favorite Grocer
Close Out Sale
'4* ,. *,. '
10% off on all
Terms Available On All Items
Just Say "Charge It"
rs Garden Tillers
Reg. $149.95 With Power Reverse
3 hp. B&S Tiller---- $---- $134.95
Reg. $170.88 With Power Reverse
F 5 hp. B&S Tiller --------$153.88
8 hp B&S Tiller -----$212.45
Reg. $216.95 5 hp. B&S Engine- 1 Onlyl
25" Riding Lawn Mower $195.95
Reg. $298.95 1 Onlyl
25" Riding Lawn Mower --- $268.95
OUR NEW RIFLES and SHOTGUNS ARE IN
GET READY NOW FOR HUNTING SEASON!
Phone 227-2271 DAVID B. MAY 219 Reid Ave.
made for the hunting permit. A legal game on St. Vincent Island No bridge or causeway connects St.
maximum of 500 permits will be during these special hunts. The Vincent Island with the mainland.
issued for each hunt period on a exotic sambar deer roams the is- No public transportation facilities
first come, first served basis. Per- land; a special effort will be made are available. Participants must
mits may be obtained by writing to avoid taking this species. Ducks arrange for or provide their own
the Refuge Manager, St. Vincent should arrive before the November transportation across coastal water
National Wildlife Refuge, P. 0. and December hunts, but will not to the Island. This service may be
Box 447, Apalachicola. Letter re- be legal game on the Island. Wild I obtained from some of the Indian
quests should include the dates of turkeys are sometimes seen but Pass of Apalachicola area fishing
the hunt or, hunts for which a per- should not be taken. guides. Two rough, unimproved
mit is requested. A Florida Game St. Vincent National Wildlife Re- campsites have been designated
and Fresh Water Fish Commission fuge is a 12,358 acre island near on St. Vincent Island for those
hunting license is required for the Apalachicola in Franklin County.
hunts on St. Vincent Island. Hunting will be permitted on the
Procedures are now set for 1970
bow and arrow and antique or
primitive rifle hunts on St. Vincent
National Wildlife Refuge according
to Refuge Manager Charles Noble.
This will be the first time a white-
tailed deer hunt has been conduct-
ed on St. Vincent Island as well as
the first primitive rifle hunt in
Florida or on any National Wild-
life Refuge throughout the Nation.
Three four-day hunts for white-
tailed deer, wild hogs, raccoons and
oppossums are scheduled. The first
two hunts for bow hunters only
will be held October 24-27 and No-
yember 21-24. The third hunt
which includes muzzle loading per-
cussion cap or flint lock rifles and
bow and arrow will be December
A hunting permit issued by the
St. Vincent National Wildlife Ref-
uge office in Apalachicola is re-
quired to participate in the 1970
hunts on St. Vincent Island. .The
permit is intended to avoid exces-
sive overcrowding; no charge is
Readily Available '
TALLAHASSEE, August 2. -
Need information? Have a question
regarding your Florida DIepartment
of Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
In order that response in the
public interest from the Florida
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services can be, given to
any individual more quickly, direct
contact with Tallahassee officers
is no longer necessary, Commission-
er Doyle Conner said today. Con-
ner suggested that Florida citizens
or visitors desiring services or fol-
lowup from the Department should
contact any Division of Forestry
district office, state. forest office,
njrgery or division work center.
The local Forestry Work Center is
located at White City, telephone'
I Division of Forestry director
John M. Bethea stressed that For-,
estry officers are still open for
business along traditional lines,
especially where forest fires are in-
volved,\ or timber stand improve-
ment is'needed but can now handle
and refer, requests for Forestry,"
Bethea said, "is better equipped in
certain specialized areas than other
state agencies. It is our desire to
place these facilities in the posi-
tion to openly serve the Florida
populate however possible."
sportsmen who wish to remain on
the Island. For those not planning
to camp on the Island, motel and4
restaurant facilities are available
in Apalachicola and Port St. Joe.
Leaflets providing information
hunting regulations, and a map of'
St. Vincent National Wildlife Ref-,
uge may be obtained from the r'
fuge office at 44 Avenue E, Apalf-
chicola or by writing the Refuge
Saturday, Ag. 29,3:00 P.M., CST
On Main Street near Wewahitchka State Bank
Port St. Joe
Saturday, Sept. 5, 4:00 P.M., EST
On Reid Avenue near City Hall
All Democratic Candidates for Office
are Invited to Speak
Gulf County Democratic
C. G. COSTIN, Jr., Chairman
A Warning To Motorist
SSTOP, LOOK and LISTEN
| SCHOOL'S IN SESSION!
Florida National Group of Banks
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
* Make sure the car you are driving is safe
-- bad brakes or faulty steering, for in-
stance, could cause an accident.
Be sure and make a full stop at all inter-
sections don't just slow down!
Pay special attention to signs warning of
school traffic and obey signals of special
guards at all times.
Look before you back out of driveways!
THIS MESSAGE IS PRESENTED
AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY
at PORT ST. JOE
Only those species listed will be entire island during the 1970 hunts.
Hubert Harrison killed this big five foot rattler on the Eastern
edge of the city limits last week, near the Apalachicola Northern
Railroad tracks. "The rains and high water has them out and
moving" Harrison said. The snake is lying on the ground because
snake is dead. --Star photo
II~ ~ ` `
- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDAr ^
RICHand SONS' IGA
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SPECIALSa IN THI-S AD GOOD
AUGUST 26, 27, 28 and 29
No. 2% Cans Van Camp PORK and 4 Pack Hunt's
Pork & Beans 29c SNACK PAK
No. 303 Cans IGA Sliced
No. 303 Cans IGA Bartlett
200 Ct. Pkg. Scotties Facial
20 oz. btls. Hunt's Tomato
Cans 89c CATSUP
'No. 303 Cans IGA Med. Sm. Early June 2% lb. jar IGA
P E AS 3- 69c Peanut Butter 99c
Quart Jar IGA Ga. Grade "A"-With $15.00 Order or More
Apple Juice 29c 1 doz. EGGS FREE
Ga. Grade "A" LARGE
Ga. Grade "A' MEDIUM
EGGS 2 Do..
With $10.00 Order
FRESH FLAVOR! With $10.00 Order or More
89c PREAM 20 ounce jar
Dr More Coffee Creamer
Pure Vegetable Shortening With $10.00 Order
42 ounce can
Tablerite Beef Blade Bone
CHUCK ROAST --------- Ib. 59c
Tablerite Beef 7-Bone
CHUCK ROAST ----------lb. 69c
Tablerite Beef Round Bone
SHOULDER ROAST --------lb. 89c
CHUCK STEAK ---------b. 69c
GROUND BEEF --- 3 lbs. $1.59
RUMP ROAST------ ----ib. 89c
SLICED BACON ---------- Ib. 79c
BONELESS HAMS -- 3 lb. can $2.99
Tablerite Fresh Sliced
BEEF LIVER- ---------lb. 49c
Rich's Produce Is Fresher Because We Haul It In
Our Own Truck Twice Weekly
Old Fashioned Creamy Mountain Grown
Fancy PEACHES -----------b. 23c
Good Georgia Red
SWEET POTATOES---- Ib. -0c
Good Quart Basket
SALAD TOMATOES ------basket 39c
JUICY FLORIDA LIMES -----6 for 19c
Luzianne Quart Jar
Pkgs. of 12
IGA 48 ounce bottle
Vegetable Oil 89c
BLACKEYES (with Snaps)
Fresh SHELLED PEAS
LARGE WESTERN SWEET
GOOD VINE RIPE
LARGE BUNCHES MOUNTAIN GROWN
BEST GRADE YET
LIQUID DETERGENT 22 ounce bottle .
S DETERGENT With $10.00 Order or More
I A AJAX
IGA 6 Ounce Cans
Slim Jim Shoestring 1% lb. bags
POTATOES ---------4 bags $1.00
Morton 8 oz. pkgs.
POT PIES --------- 5 pkgs. $1.00
FISH STEAKS ------ 2 lb. pkg. $1.29
,Compare Prices & Take IGA Low Nat.Ad.
Home the Savings Price Price
1 Lb., 8 Oz.
Sandwich Bread 31c 39c I8c
HAMBURGER or 3
Hot Dog Buns 25c 31c 6c
BRE'AD 25c 34c 9c
Brown and Serve
ROLLS 31c 35c 4c
Raisin ROLLS 33c 39c 6c
French Bread 25c 33c 8c
BORDEN'S SAVE 30c
PARKAY MARGARINE -----b. 29(
BISCUITS---------4 cans 39<
Supreme Round Half Gallon
ICE CREAM _--_------ carton 79c
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
---- lb. $1.89
5 ears White or
6 ears Yellow
THURDAYIkUUST 7,190 PGE 9LEVIM
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SAVE CASH AT ItICW'S -- NOT STAMPS
PAFGE EIGHI THB STAR, Port st J lore. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1970
PAGC ______ _n mile per hour per year since 1945.
-- -U I o T h Florida's Vehicles Travel 37.6 Billio R nFurther, the annual mileage of each
Minutes Of T lrida s Vehicles Travel 37.6 Billion vehicle has increased but miles
I -p I 11 gallon have decreased with
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Miles in 1968-69; Up 18 Per Cent the increase in speed and the ad.
O edition or such devices as automatic
Motor vehicles travelling over portation problems," Spencer point- transmission and power streeing,"
GULP COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD R. MARION CRAIG Florida's highways, roads and ed out. 'For example, as vehicle-
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Superintendent streets ticked off 37.6 billion ve- miles increase so do traffic hazards.
JULY 21,1970 B. J. RICH, SR. hicle-miles during last year, Ronald Most vehicles have increased their
The Gulf CountySchool Board Chairman ___ S. Spencer Jr., executive vice pre- traveling speed an average of one
met in-special session on the above -travellingspeed an average of one
date. The foo members were GuLF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD sident of the Florida State Cham- Wl i
present and acting: Mr. B. J. Rich, PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA ber of Commerce said yesterday.
Sr., Chairman; Mr. Gene Raffiel JULY 23, 1970 "This mileage represents an 18 | | i
Mr. J. K. Whitfield; Mr. Waylon The Gulf County School Board per cent increase during the past
Graham .met in special session on the above e ar cn pared with an 11 per
Board Member Roemer was ab. date. The following embers were tw years compared with an 11 per
sent. present and acting. Mr. B. J. Rich, cent increase throughout the na- YOUR
The' Superinendent was present. Sr. Chairman; Mr. Waylon Gra- tion," he added. YOUR
APPOINTMENT OF PERSONNEL ha; Mr. J. K. Whitfield. These are
The' Board appointed Mr. Zack Board Members Raffield and Roe- An average of 9,652 miles per
Wuthrich Principal'of Port St. Joe mer were absent. Florida vehicle during 1969 is cited Danger For Bay, Cat
High School for the school year The Superintendent was present. in the state chamber's Weekly Readings For Bay, Cal
1970-71 upon the, recommendation RESOLUTION Business Review. In travelling this tteries
of the Superintendent, effective The Board discussed a resolution average vehicle c or Batteries
August 1, 1970. prepared by their Attorney, Mr. Ce- distance, the average vehicle con- .. 2
The Board appointed Mr. Hugh rilCostin, Jr., to be sent the United sumed annually 773 gallons of ,,
Shipley as Bandmaster at St. Joe States District Court for the North- fuel to average 12.5 miles per gal- .?
High School for the school year ern District of Florida. This reso- o1. .**
1970-71 upon tlhe recommendation lution is in answer to a court order
of the Superintendent. stating that the Gulf County School Travel on the interstate system our VOTE and
BIDS VOCATIONAL BUILDING Board is operating a dual school in Florida made up 16 per cent of What hot weather starts cold
Th BoarTRADES system. The resolution presents the the total vehicle-miles although the weather finish battery power. But befoxtremes
The Board accepted the lowest Bard's plan for integration the system accounts for only a smafi ah tSUPPORT the
and best bids for equipment and system. It defends the neighbor- system accounts for only a small fillthe air with electrifying
tools for a Vocational Building hood school concept applied to fraction of the highway mileage in oaths, see us for'a checkup of
Trades Program to be initiated in' Highland View Elementary and the state. We'll fi nd the riea troub le, wth.
Port St.'Joe -High School for the Washington Elementary by the The use of urban streets and out obligation wi September P r i -
school year 1970-71. Board. .
following '.companies, Sears Roe. motion that the resolution be adopt- per cent during thetwo-year per- your problem, weS ill barrye
T bdw aaett Bas Fe 2and recommended will
.buck & Company $9,606.16; and ed. iod. This increase in urban traffic 'finest NAPA bat- es
Holley, Inc. $2,32500 'Board Member Whitfield second- was greater in Florida than in any sn't a fine er y Siy
UNITED TATES DISTRICT ed it. state. Currently 55 per cent of the made and we can
COURT ORDER Avoted YES. tal vehicle-mies in Floida are prove it. rec ted
The Board discussed a court or- There being no further business, total vehicle-miles in Florida are appreciated
der issued by the Unted State Ds- the Un ate Dis- the Board adjourned to meet again on urban and suburban streets and
trict Court for theNorthern District i n regular session on August 4, highways. STJOE AUTO
of Florida against the Gulf County 190 at 900 AM ESTion on Agust highways AUTO
School District and R. Marion ATTEST- A '. "The measuring of highway traf- In
Craig, Superintendent. The court R.-MAION CRAIG fic by state and federal officials is PARTS CO., Inc.
order charged that the Gulf County Superintendent preliminary to grappling with trans- -
Board was operating'a dual school B. J. RICH, SR. trans-
The School Board maintains that Chairman .
the school system is a unitary one
and that Highland View Elemen- I R
tary and Washington Elementary
are neighborhood schools as initer-
preted by-recent Federal Court rul-
e The Board directed their attor
n,.e, Mr. Cecil Costin, Jr., to pre- A R V S T F
pare a resolution to be sent to the
court defending 'the neighborhood .
school concept for Highland View
and Washington Elementary
There being no -further business,
the Board adjourned to-meet again
in regular session on August 4, 9
1970 at 9:00 AM, EST. -
R. MARION CRAIG
Superintendent 'Vote For and Elect WESTINGHOUSE
B. J. RICH,- SR. | I I HOUSE
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GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
/ JULY 28, 1970
The Gulf County School Board
met in special session on the above
date. The following members were
present and acting: Mr. B. J. Rich,
Sr., Chairman; Mr. Gene Raffield;
Mr. Waylon Graham; Mr. William
Roemer, Sr.,; Mr. J. K. Whitfield.
The Superintendent was present.
The meeting was opened with a
prayer by Board 'Member Graham.
The Board met for a detailed dis-
cussion of the Budget for the fiscal
year beginning July 1, 1970 and
ending June 30, 1971.
Board Member Raffield made a
motion that the budget be advertis-
ed in'the newspapers of Gulf Coun-
ty and tentatively adopted subject
to a public hearing to be held at
5:00 PM, EST, August 7, 1970 in
the Board's meeting room in the
Gulf County Court House.
Board Member Whitfield second-
ed the motion? All members voted
Board Members and the Finance
Officer will be present at the hear-
ing to discuss all aspects of the
budget with citizens of the county.
A copy of this budget is on file in
the Superintendent's office.
There being no further business,
the Board adjourned to meetiagain
in regular session August' 4, 1970
'at 9:00 AM, EST.
District No. 1
Subject to the Septe
Your Vote and Suppor
n (Billy) Rish
houn and Gulf Counties -- District 8
Iso oi enugiuoo
for your SUPPORT
while serving you
If elected, I will
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Choice of colors in heavy, long-wearing vinyl
Makes into a full size bed
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3 selection washer loads
Gleaming white porcelain
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Spin tub, porcelain enamel
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---- RE-ELECT -
District Number 4
I will continue to work for the good of Gulf
County and help improve it in any way pos-
I will represent the taxpayers and voters, all
on an equal basis.
* .I. will continue to -work to keep taxes as low
as, possible witohut hindering the growth of
* I will continue to work with the people you
have elected, and will elect, keeping in mind
all the time the best interests of the majority
of the people.
Your Vote and Support Will Be
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La Choy Mushroom, Beef, Chick., Shrimp Bathroom Tissue
CHOW MEIN 99c LADY SCOTT 2 :
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BORATE EM 69c CEANSER2,
r -n Ann Page Grade 'A' Strawberry & Pineapple-2 lb.
eek PRESERVES ar 69c
Marvel STRAWBERRY -2 lb. jar
^ PRESERVES 59c
S TOATO PASTE 6 or. can 3 for 49c
TOMATO SAUCE 8 oz. can 'a1 4 for 49c,
GOLDEN RISE BUTTERMILK or SWEETMILK.
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Dance School Classes to 'Register
Registration for the third, sea-
son of fall classes for the Wanda
Basham School of Dance will be
held Thursday, August 27 from
3:00 to 5:30 p.m. at the studio on
Classes will be offered in tap,
ballet, jazz, toe and acrobatics for
children beginning at age four
through teen-agers. The school is
a member school of Dance Masters
of America, Inc., and all classes
are taught by Mrs. Wanda Basham
who has taught dancing for ten
years and travels here from Talla-
All old or new pupils may stop
by the studio during the appoint-
ed hours to register.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
Port St. Joe, Florida
BUDGET/FINANCIAL PLAN FISCAL YEAR 1970-71
.GENERAL FUND ESTIMATED REVENUE
301 Real and Personal Property Taxes $232,677.00
306 Tax Interest and Penalties 25.00.
307 License Penalties 50.00
309 Utility Tax (60%) 27,500.00
310 Occupational Tax 12,500.00
312 Admission Tax 25.00
313 Franchise Tax 11,000.00
314 Cigarette Tax 54,000.00
315 Fines and Forfeitures 4,500.00
316 Parking Meter Receipts 5,000.00
316A Parking Tickets 650.00
317 Road and Bridge Tax -
318 Permits and Fees 300.00
320 Garbage Fees 34,000.00
322 Miscellaneous 4,000.00
323 Holly Hill Cemetery Lots 1,200,00
324 Forest Hill Cemetery Lots 300.00
325 St. Joseph Fire Control District 650.00
327 Dog Licenses 50.00
328 Qualification Fees 140.00
344 Interest Earned 9,000.00
345 Purchase Discounts 350.00
Cash Carried Forward ----- 7. 109,672.00
GENERAL FUND ESTIMATED EXPEtNDITURES
901 City Commission $ 5,600.00
902 City Clerk's Office 21,166.00
903 Municipal Court 600.00
904 City Attorney 1,500.00
909 Elections 385.00
910. Municipal Building Maintenance 10,155.00
921 Police Department 80,625.00
925 Fire Department 15,809.00
931 Streets and Highways Department 60,689.00
934 Garbage and Trash Removal Department ----------35,100.00
936 Parks and Cemeteries Department 29,714.00
981 Non-Departmental 31,865.00
982 Contributed to Hospital 15,000.00
983 Miscellaneous 1 6,000.00
984 Warehouse and Garage 18,835.00
985 Contingencies 20,000.00
986 General Depreciation 550.00
991 Interest -
992 Certificate 'of Indebtedness
994 Tax Discbunt 8,000.00
995 Transfer to Water and Sewer Department -------- 77,140.00
996 Capital 'Outlay 68,500.00
998 Amort. Bond Discount 356.00
TOTAL ... $507,589.00
WATER AND SEWER FUND ESTIMATED REVENUE
800 Water Service $ 77,000.00
801 Water Tapping Fees 1,500.00
801A Sewer Tapping Fees 50.00
802 Service Charge 300.00
803 Delinquent Fees 1,300.00
804 Sewer Service 27,500.00
805 Sewer Connection Fees. 10.00
806 Sewer Laterals 70.00
807 Hydrant Rent (40% Utility Tax) 18,000.00
815 Miscellaneous 500.00
820 Purchase Discounts 100.00
821 Federal Grants -
825 Transfer from General Fund 77,140.00
Cash Carried Forward 100,000.00
WATER AND SEWER FUND ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
950 Water and Sewer Department $ 36,357.00
951 Sewer Department 28,020.00
956 Water Department 71,573.00
957 Depreciation 3,700.00
958 Miscellaneous 300.00
959 Bond Interest 2,020.00
960 Bond Redemption 22,000.00
961 Capital Outlay 139,500.00
ORDINANCE NO. 45
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE APPROPRIATION OF
FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1970/71 FOR THE CITY OF PORT
ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FOR
THE ORDINARY AND REGULAR REQUIREMENTS OF THE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1970/71, DECLARING
THE PASSAGE OF SAID ORDINANCE TO BE AN EMERGENCY,
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
WHEREAS, the City Commission is of the opinion that it is ne-
cessary for the immediate protection and preservation of the peace,
safety, health and property of the City and its inhabitants, and to
provide for the usual daily operation of the City and its departments
that this Ordinance be enacted and take effect immediately, therefore
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF PORT ST.
Section I. There is hereby appropriated the sum of $507,589.00
for the General Fund, and the sum of $303,470.00 for the Water and
Sewer Fund for Fiscal Year 1970/71 to be used in the operation of
said departments for the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, as set fo.th
in the Budget and Financial Plan of said City on file with the City
Auditor and Clerk.'
Section II. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to
publish a notice of this Ordinance as provided by law.
Section. Ill. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon
INTRODUCED at a regular meeting of the City Commission on
the 18th day of August, A.D., 1970, as an emergency Ordinance.
Is/ FRANK PATE,
/s/ C. W. BROCK
CITY AUDITOR AND CLERK
ORDINANCE NO. 46
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE LEVY OF TAXES IN THE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, FOR THE TAX YEAR 1970,
LEVYING AN AD VALOREM TAX OF 7.5 MILLS ON ALL REAL
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY WITHIN SAID CITY, WHICH IS
NOT EXEMPT UNDER LAW, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING
FUNDS FOR THE ORDINARY AND REGULAR REQUIREMENTS
' OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1970/71;
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND DECLARING THE
ADOPTION OF SAID ORDINANCE TO BE AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the City Commission is of the opinion that it is
necessary for the immediate protection and preservation of the peace,
safety, health and property of the City and its inhabitants, and to
provide for the usual daily operation of the City and its departments,
that this Ordinance be enacted and take effect immediately, therefore
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF PORT
Section I. That there be, and there is hereby, Levied and Assessed
upon all property, both Real and Personal, within the Corporate Limits
of the City of Port St. Joe, not exempt from taxation by the Consti-
tution and Laws of the State of Florida, the following Ad Valorem
Taxes for the Year 1970.
A. A tax of 7.5 mills upon the dollar of assessed valuation
for the purpose of providing funds for the ordinary and regular
purposes of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, for the Fiscal
Year 1970/71; said valuation to be based upon the Assessment
Roll of said City as previously approved and adopted.
Section II. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon
INTRODUCED at a regular meeting of the City Commission on
the 18th day of August, A.D., 1970, as an emergency Ordinance.
/s/ FRANK PATE
/s/ C. W. BROCK
CITY AUDITOR AND CLERK
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League Awards Presented
Dixie Youth League President Bob Freeman
presented awards to several players Friday after-.
noon at the annual Dixie Youth League hamburger
cook-out, held at the Centennial Building. In the
photo above, Freeman hands the Mafor League
Most Valuable Player award to Alan, Strickland;
Minor League Sportsmanship award to Duane Mc.
Farland; Minor League Most Valuable -Player
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Prices must be quoted delivered OVERSTREET CHURCH HAVING
I V in Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid open- FIFTH SUNDAY SINGING
Legal A dv. ing will be at 8:00 p.m., September
15,, 1970. The City of Port St. Joe The Overstreet Methodist Church
reserves the right to reject any or is having its regular fifth Sunday'
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING all bids received. g undaniht
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO C. W. BROCK 8-27 sing next Sunday night, August 30
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN that City Auditor and Clerk 3t at 8:00 p.m., EDT.
oni the 30th day of September, A.D. --' The public is cordially invited to,
1970, at 7:00 P.M., 'in the Gulf Automotive Vehicles For Sale attend.
County Court House, Port St. Joe, INVITATION TO BID
Florida, the Board of County Co Gulf Coast Junior College Board
missioners of Gulf County, Florida, Gulf Coast Junior College Board
will hold a public hearing concern: of Trustees offers the following ve-
ing the establishment of a bulkhead hicles for sale: .
line by the Board of County Conm- 1 Sedan, Chevrolet, 4-door, 1965, l
missioners of Gulf County, Florida, automatic transmission, p o w e r
in. the area of St. Joseph Bay lo- steering, air, s/n 154695D-184377.
cated as follows: in the S.W. quar- 1 Sedan, Chevrolet, 4-door, 1965,
ter and N.W. quarter of township automatic transmission, power
7 south, Range 11 west, Section 35. steering, air, s/n 154695D-184600.
Plans for the proposed bulkhead 1 Bus, IC, 36-passenger, 1965,
line.are on file in the clerk's of- automatic transmission, power r
fice. steering, s/n FD105401G, Model E ve ir l
Dated at Port St. Joe, Florida, 193RE72P346. .. e r
this 25th day of August, A.D. 1970. 1 Pick-up truck, Chevrolet, 1965,
GEORGE Y. CORE ton, 6-cylinder, s/n S/W K255A- FOR SALE: Lot at St. Joe Beach,.
Clerk of the Circuit Court 020205, Mod4 C-6153. 150'x150'. Septic tank and water
of Gulf County, Florida 1 Pick-up .tuck, Crevrolet, 1959, supply, $2,100. Call 229-6201 or 229-.
(SEAL) 3t-8-27 %. ton, 6-cyliner, s/n 3A59A102766 6366. tfc-8-27
-. .. .:._. Model C-7817,
1"COURT 1 Pick-up i ruck, Crevrolet, 1952, FOR SALE: Landscaped lot, trees,
IN TlE CIRCUIT COURT ton, 6-cylinder, s/n KBA108914. on private lake Como, south of
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL 1 Pick-up truck, Ford, 1958, % Wewahitcehka.-Large, like-new train.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ton, 6-cylinder, s/n F10JOL-13203, 1
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. Mdel^ C 9574% .'er,. deck, awning. Karlene Owens,
KIYLER HAMILTON, JR., Vehicles may be examined at the j 5246.
Plntiff, Gulf Coast Junior College Mainten- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom -block hope
E M IE HAMILTON, ance. Building Mondays through at 613 Marvin Ave. Air condition,
HELENMARIE HAMILTON, Fridays, 8:00 a.m..through 4:00 large space heater, fenced yard.
NOTICE OF DIVORCE p.mdion. to be sold in as Phone 229-5301. 4tc-8-27
TO: HELEN MARIE HAMILTON, Each vehicle must be bid as a .. 3 be m b ,ous'
whose address is unknown. separate item. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom block house
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED A Certified check or money or- on. 11th Street in Highland View.
that a Complaint has been filed der in the, amount of ten percent Small down payment and balance.
in theffabve -styled Court by the (10%) of -the total bid, made pay- like rent. Phone 229-2486. tfc-8-20
Plaintiff, KYLER HAMILTON; JR., | able to the Gulf Coast Junior Col- '
l and you are required to serve a lege Board of Trustees, must ac-
copy of your Answer or Objections company-bid. Checks or money or- FOR SALE:. 3 bedroom air condi-
to show cause why said Complaint ders will be returned -to unsuccess- tioned house, fenced back yard."
should not be granted on the_.at- ful bidders' Checks or money or- 60' well. Located at 1906 Cypres;.<
torney for. Plaintiff," Thoimas R. ders will be applied to purchase Ave. For information call 22915311.'
Ellinor. 323 Magniolia Avenue, Pan- price of successful bidder. Balance or 229-6394.
ama City, Florida 32401; 'and 'file of puirchase'price must le paid and
the original in the Office of the vehicles removed from Gulf Coast FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1309
Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf County>, Junior College premises by success- Long A#enue. Phone 227-7181. "'
Florida, on or before the 25th day ful bidders.'within ten (10) days af- tfc-8-13
of September, A. D. 1970. ter awarding of bids. Failure to '
HEREIN FAIL NOT or a decree comply will result in forfeiture of FOR SALE: 3 bedroom block house.
pro confess will be entered against bid advance as liquidated damages. 1906 Cypress Ave. Contact after
you. The Board fo Trustees reserves -5:00 pm. 229-5311. :
WITNESS my hand and the seal the right to reject any or all bids,
of said Court in Port St. Joe, Gulf and to waive any formalities in the FOR SALE: 2 lots and frame house
County, Florida, this. 21st day of bidding, and the decision of the at 506 8th St., Port St. Joe. 3
August, A. D. 1970. Board will be final, bedrooms, den, giving room, dining
GEORGE Y. CORE' Sealed bids must be submitted to broom, kitchen, kitcheving rooette, carportdining
Clerk of Circuit Court A. P. Jefferies, Dean of Adminis- and utility house. Please contact
Gulf County, Florida trative Services, Gulf Coast Junior Mrs. Bernice Conrad, Box 475, Wil,-
(SEAL) 4t-27 College on or before 12:00 Noon, lacoochee, Ga. 31650. 4tp-8-13
CDST, September 2, 1970. Envel-
BID NO 96 hopes are to be plainly marked 'Bid., e ^ h
Sealed bids will be received by e and stucAo, carpet and a on-
the City Commission of the City of .ter abovetime and date will dtioned. 523 7th St 227-3067. tf
Port St. Joe, Florida, at its regular reconsidered. t-8-27 523 7th St 227-3067 t
place of meeting in the Municipal FOR SALE: 8 room house on twoB
Building in Port St. 'Joe, Florida, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO lots. 1 corner lot and house fur-
until 5:00 P.M., EDST, on Septem- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME nits. 1 corner lot and house fur
pushed. Across hwy. in front of
ber 15, 1970, for the following: Notice' is hereby given that the school in Wewahitchka. Mrs. Rosa G
1. 500' 4" C. I. Single Hub Do- undersigned desiring to engage in Stevens. tfc-5-21 I
mestic No. 1 Soil Pipe. business under the fictitious name 1
2. 25 4" C. I. Short Double Hubs of THE HIGH CHAPPERAL. at FOR RENT: Furnished apartments
Domestic. Jones Homestead, Gulf County, R rE she aint
3. 25 4" 16 degree Bends Domes- Florida, intends to register the and trailer space. Bo's Wimico
tic. said name with the Clerk of Cir- Lodge, White City. ?hone 229-241G.
4. 500 Ibs. Lead (in 25 lb. [bar di- cuit Court, Gulf County, Florida. tfc-8-13
vided in 5 lb. sections). : I/s/R. L. TULL 4t-8-27 ... 9 .. .. .. ...
FOR RENT: Apairtmenti. 5J.U
St. Phone Jean Arnold, 648-48
FOR RENT: Furnished beach
stages. Reasonable monthly ral
Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tf-8
FOR RENT: 1. bedroom furnish
house. Apply at- Smith's Ph
FOR RENT: 'Unfurnished large
room brick house with gara
central heat and air condition
. Corner lot, convenient 'to scho,
Phone 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house, 1111 Garrison Ave. In-
quire next door. Phone 229-4571.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished nice large
6 room house with automatic
heat, attic fan, chain link fenced
back yard. Nice neighborhood.
Phone 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc-8-27
FOR SALE: 1965 Chevelle, 4-door,
6 cylinder. In good shape. Phone
: SALE: 1966 Super Sport, 2-
or hardtop. Excellent condi-
SPhone 229-2092. 7-30
A work schedule was released
this week by the Hospital Auxiliary
Thrift Shop for the September, Oc-
tober, November quarter. Pick-up
and marking committee members
were selected for the three months
and a Thrift Shop team selected
for each week.
The Pick-up and Marking Com-
mittees are as follows:
September-Mrs. James Tankers-
ley, Mrs. Bill Hammock .and Mrs.
Roy Gibson, Jr.
October-Mrs. Joe Hendrix, Mrs.
Robert Freeman, and Mrs. J. L.
November-Mrs. Benny Roberts,
Mrs. Robert King and Mrs. Al
Thrift Shop workers for each
Sept. 4-Mrs. J. C. Arbogast and
Mrs. Lamar Hirdy.
Sept. 11-Mrs. Wade Barrier, Jr.,
and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett.
Sept. 18-Mrs. Thomas McDer-
mott and Mrs. Ferrell Allen, Jr.
Sept. 25-Mrs. Joe Dowd and
Mrs. Bob King.
Oct. 2-Mrs. R. H. McIntosh .
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr. *
Oct. 9-Mrs. Leo Shealey apd'i
Mrs. Robert Fox.
Oct. 16-Mrs. 'Dick Lamberson
and Mrs. Cecil Lyons, Sr.
Oct. 23-Mrs. Wayne Hen rix
and Mrs. Frank Hannon.
Oct. 30-Mrs. Wayne Taylor and
Mrs. Bill Brown.
Nov. 6-Mrs. George Tapper and
Mrs. John R. Smith.
Nov. 13-Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr.,
and Mrs. Dave May.
Nov. 20-Mrs. Paul Blount and
Mrs. Robert Freeman.
Nov. 27-Mrs. Williston Chason
and Mrs. T. F. Preston.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
SPRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J C. ODUM, Pastor
body Reads em"
MUST SELL: 1969 60x12 3 bedroom WILL DO baby sitting in my home.
mobile home. Carpeted living $3.00 a day-per child. Mrs. Bun-
room. Furnished except for stove. ny Miller, 510 7th St., Phone 229-
$150 closing cost, assume $81.98 a 5967. 2tp-8-27
month payments. Phone 648-4361.
tfc-8-27 WANTED: Service station manager.
I Must be high school graduate.
THE SKATING RINK will be open. Some experience necessary. Refer-
t' edach Tuesday afternoon from ences will be required. Above aver-
3 to 6 p.m. for children 12 years of age salary plus commission. &ust,
age and under an4 for mothers. be ready to go to work 'September4i
S 15. Phone, write or apply in per-!
son to Vittum's Standard Service
FOR SALE: 1965 GTO conv., 389 Station, 227-3056.tandard c
,.ktfri.power with 4-speed, newly re- -- -
built engine, good paint, with good NEED JOB: Restaurant, housekeep-
w/w tires. $900.00. Call 227-7871. 2. ing or taking .care of children., 5
; or 6 days a week.'Phone 229-613q
FOR SALE: 1961 Chevrolet pick-up tfc-8-o
t truck; Phone 227-4436.
FOR SALE: 1965 GMC %-ton pick-
up'truck. Phone 648-7125. ltp
I I,am now servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. If
you have human hair-or syn-
thetic which you would like
toa have serviced quickly at
Joew prices ..
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
THE COTTAGE SHOPPE, your lo-
'cal. dealer for PHENTEX YARN
his a' large selection of yarn for
your .knitting and crochet needs.
We 'have many gift items at the
COTTAGE SHOPPE, red and white
building on Hiway 98, Beacon Hill.
WANTED: Experienced motel '
maid, full time and yt ; round. F
Apply in person only before noon. g
Gulf Sands Motel. tfc-7-30
WANT WORK as housekeeper. By
hour or day. Colored, mature, de-
pendable. References. Call 270 Ave.
B after 2 p.m. ltc
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
guarantee on labor and materials.
ow down payment. Phone 227-
Our Number Has Been Changed
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
tes. SEPIC TANKS pumped out. Cal
1-13 Biford Griffin. Phone 229-2937
e 7 I RADIO and TV REPAIR
lge, PHONE 229-6108
ng. 1319 McClelan Ave.
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
306 Reid Ave.
WANTED: Good refrigerator for
Garden Center. Phone 227-3102.
CASHIER WANTED: Experience
necessary. Apply in person. Da-
vid Rich, Rich's IGA. tfc-8-13
FOR AIR CONDITIONING and ap-
pliance repair call 229-6323.
REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
Bese Tablets and E-Vap "water
pills". CAMPBELL'S DRUG. 8-7-2
rL 2 SERVICE. Tre ta ken da.
and removed or trimmed. Call
8-8772 or 0IS840 Apalachicols.
WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy-
press lumber, 2x4 to 2x12, nos.
1 and 2. 1x4 through 1x12 mostly
no. 2. Pine lumber, paints, hard-
ware and appliances. PRIDGEON
BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitch.
AMBULANCE SERVICE I
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home.
C. P. Etheredge I
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
R.A..-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, HL P.
WALTER GRAHAM, See.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
. THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.x.
JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, W.M.
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty.
FINAL Boat Clearance
ONLY ONE BOAT LEFT
15 FOOT GFI BOAT with tri-hull design, swivel
seat with single windshield plus 15' 900 pound ca-
Combination sold for $832.00
NOW ONLY .0
ON USED BOAT, as is ---------$99.50
Vittum's Standard Sta.
THOA, UI Ut2,17
302 Monument Ave.
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
n frn ,r ",AE letIM ICI elm U 2AS THRSAY. At 27C. 51 1970 NUMBSR 51
1% U sor to be furnished by successful
I Leg The City of Port St. Joe reserves
fcL ga jthe right to reject any or all bids
INVITATION TO BID C.IW. BROCK 4t
BID N0. 92 City Auditor and Clerk 8-6
Sei ve -d,. Bids in the City Clerk's INVITATION TO BID
fficeieCysHali Port St. Joe,Flor- BID NO. 94
Ida, untl12:00 oon september 1, The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
9i0p, for: hereby invites all interested par-
:lem 1. ties tobid on all insurance arried
L Gasoline, Regular by, .the City.DetailInformation is
2. Gasoline, Hi-test available in the City Clerk's Office,
2. High Detergent Oil (Cases of Municipal Building, Port St. Joe,
24/t quart containers) Florida. Bidders are requested to
Detergent Oil (Cases of 24/1, quote one and three year premiunu
Square containers) i rates. Bidder must possess City Oc
5. Non-Detergent Oil (Cases of cupational License. Bids must be
24/1 quart containers) in the City Clerk's Office by noon
6. No&2 Fuel Oil (Diesel) I September 1, 1970. The City re-
i 7. Other related products / serves the right to accept or reject
These products to be Used in City any ori all bids received. :
hicles during the year 1970/71. C. W. BROCK, 4t
Tanks, Pumps and Air Compres-i .City Auditor and Clerk. 84
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
'A Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister .
S Circh School 9:45 A.M.,
Morning Worship ......... 11:00 AlM.
Evening Worship ......... 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship .-r .--. 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
For pre-school children Four and five years of age
August 28 9 a.m. to 12 noon -
OPENS AUGUST 31
MRS. CHAR I BROWN MRS. CHARLES SMITH
2t 305 6th Street 8-20 .
Food, Autos, Women's Clothes Take Money
Food, automobiles and women's 25 per cent of the total. ings totaled $738 million or 5.9 p
clothing, in that order, topped the Women's and girls' clothing a- cent of the.total.
list; of retail purchases in dollar mounted to $725 million. Adding Expenditures for packaged ale
volume in Florida last year, Ronald men's and boys' clothing and all holic beverages and drinks in ba
S. Spencer Jr., executive.vice pre- footwear to this amount brought came to $588 million, or 4.7 p
sident of the Florida State Cham- the total spent for apparel to $1.3 cent of total retail -sales volume.
ber of Commdrce said yesterday. billion, 10 per cent of the total. Lumber, building materials a
'"These items counted for half Sales of furniture :and furnish- hardware toted up $575 million.
of all consumer goods sold in Flor-__ __
ida retail stores and outlets during
sales reached $12.5 billion that
year," Spencer said.
Sales of groceries and food in
restaurants and the like are pegged '
in the state chamber's Weekly Bus-
iness Review #t $3.0 billion, or 26
per cent of the total df all sales.
Automobiles, trucks, fuel, tires and
accessories came to $31.1 billion, or
Se equipment O
'--V *. '- *' *
When you buy the Ist tire at our loi
This Seats TOUCH-N-GO, 10-Speed
Blender in White May be Unsafe...
'Only Model 663.82235 In white, sold since last
December, 1969, is affected. Check Model Number
i printed on label under blender.
In order to prevent injury to any user we are request-
ting lhe term of all blenders with this model number.
SThs blender was old pri ar1ly tugh the
gSearsm S 1970 ;1ing, mmer catalog. It also was sold
S though om Sea al stores. THEE IS NO
PROBIiM WiTH ANY OTHER COLOR OR
MODEL SEARS BYPTNn lI.
We -a not certain that any aof those sold are
Aua e. But an supection of factory inventory
140 famd a anal number of these blenders was hmprop-
|| <' ergy a.seble; creating a potentially dangewos
shock hazard under certain conditions.
If you have this model blender, please return it
? ^immediately to the nearest Sears store or catalog
facility for exchange or refund.
For Any information Call Your SEARS Catalog
Sales Store in Port St. Joe
Place your back to school Orders
All Display Merchandise In Our Store Is Available for
Order Now On Our Store Lay-Away Plan
410 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
order by phone
Cosmetics and drugs came, to
$572 million; major appliances, te-
levision, radios and musical instru-
ments to $450 million.
Hay, feed, farm supplies and
equipment totaled $223 million;
and cigars, cigarettes and tobacco
came to the same amount.
Ranking eleventh in the princi-
pal categories were sporting goods
and recreational equipment with
sales of a round $200 million. The
balance of the total was accounted
for by a variety of merchandise
ranging from home fuel and ice
to jewelry and optical goods.
at these prices! )
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All comparisons relate to previous Firestone Deluxe Champion Tire's.
INOW SAVE 5u'
Blackwae Whitewalls Ex. Tax
Size 1st Tire 1Tire, stTie 2nd Tir (pertire)
C78-14 $37.25 $18.62 $42.50 $21.25 $2.15
E78-15 38.75 19.37 44.25 22.12 2.43
F78-15 41.00 20.50 46.75 23.37 2.61
G78-15 45.00 22.50 51.25 25.62 2.77
H78-15 49.50 24.75 56.25 28.12 2.98
J78-15 55.00 27.50 62.75 31.37 3.08
L78-15 57.00 28.50 64.75 32.37 3.22
All prices plus taxes and tires off your car.
Midaet Investments That YelId
fet WILLIAM H.. (BILL)
|> tL 1
PUB. SERV. COMM.
pd. pol -adv. G. Carefoot. Troas
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PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION
POTS.JEFOIA =4 rU*IAAP71lAA1
W. 1 4,-
:AGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 324 THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1970
Faircloth Enters Suit Against Paper Company
General Earl Faircloth last week
accused the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany at using "the beaches and
waters of St. Joseph's Bay and
the Gulf of Mexico as a dump"
for industrial waste and asked
the Gulf County Circuit Court to
order the giant paper company to
pay damages to the state and
"clean up the mess."
,Faircloth also charged that the
William Bill" Roemer
MEMBER, BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
District Number I
I Sincerely Ask For Your Continued
Support and for Your Vote
VOTE FOR and SUPPORT
Alvin L. McGlon
County Commissioner Dist. 2
Honesby is my policy. I would like th work
for the improvement of our Gulf County. You
can help by voting September 8 to elect
ALVIN L. McGLON
COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 2
paper company's industrial pol-
lution "has so glutted the waters
of the'Intracoastal Waterway -of
the Gulf County Canal and St.
Joseph's Bay that a land-like
mass hlas formed," and is asking
for more than $50,000 in punitive
damages and in excess of $8,000
in compensatory damages "to
reimburse the State of Florida
for damages to her beaches and
St. Joe Paper Comlpany is con-
trolled by the vast duPont Es-
tate, with which Jacksonville fin-
ancier Ed Ball is closely associat-
In his suit, the Attorney Gen-
eral charged that the huge paper
company negligently allowed the
accumulation of bark and other
industrial wastes after being no-
tified that the company's hand-
ling of such material was inade-
"As a direct result of the negli-
gent accumulation of bark and
other wastes which the (St. Joe
Paper Company) generated and
failed to control, an estimated
3,000 tons of bark littered ap-
proximately .50 miles of beaches
along the Gulf Coast of Gulf,
Bay, Walton and Okaloosa Coun-
ties on July 17, 1969," Faircloth
A second incident if indus-
trial pollution occurred a month
later, this time involving fifteen
miles of beach coastline, Fair-
- "The St. Joe Paper Company
cannot, and is not authorized to,
use the beaches and water of St.
Joseph's Bay and the Gulf of
Mexich as a dump into which
(the company's) industrial waste
bark or other fibrous material
may be directly or indirectly dis-
I I I
SUNSHINE LEWIS SAYS:
"DID YOU KNOW THAT THE COST OF STATE GOV-
ERNMENT HAS INCREASED 53% FROM $1,203,-
977,000 TO $1,846,790,000 IN THE LAST FOUR
"PUT SUNSHINE IN GOVERNMENT"
SUNSHINE LEWIS SAYS:
"DID YOUR SALARY INCREASE 1,000 PCT. LAST
YEAR? YOUR REPRESENTATIVES' DID!"
"PUT SUNSHINE IN GOVERNMENT"
SUNSHINE LEWIS SAYS: '." .-f.
"DID YOU HAVE A SAY AS TO HOW YOUR REP-
RESENTATIVE VOTED?" -
"PUT SUNSHINE IN GOVERNMENT"
SUNSHINE LEWIS SAYS:
"YOU CAN TALK TO ME I'LL BE YOUR REPRE-
"PUT SUNSHINE IN GOVERNMENT"
L. D. 'SUNSHINE' LEWIS
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DIST. 8
A WEST FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE
charged or deposited, accidental-
ly or otherwise," the Attorney
The paper company, Faircloth
said "has negligently failed to
control, store or handle the in-
dustrial bark and fiber. and
as a result. the State of Flor-
ida and her citizens have suf-
fered a continuing trespass by
(the company) in failing to con-.
trol and contain its industrial
waste and other fibrous material
to its own property."
Florida's chief legal officer
said the giant corporation- has,
by its conduct, "displayed a gross
and reckless indifference to the
common law rights of the people
of the State of Florida to the free
use and unrestricted enjoyment
of adjacent waters bordering its
property,, both in St. Joseph's
Bay and in the Gulf of Mexico,
where tides .and winds could sea-
sonably and have repeatedly cast
Defendant's bark wastes on dis-
"Such reckless indifference to
the rights of others entitled to
protection from deposits or dis-
charge of Defendant's industrial
bark, waste which interfere with
access, bathing, fishing and navi-
gation, warrants a ward of
exemplary or punitive damages,
resulting directly from the im-
proper and negligent dumping
or storing of industrial wastes
in and upon the foreshore and
water areas of St. Joseph's Bay,"
He also charged that the con-
tinned build-up of industrial
waste material has created a
"land-like mass of pollution
which constitutes a continuing
trespess upon state lands and
public waters. Such accumula-
tions, daniages and trespasses
.are, and will be, of a continuing
and permanent nature, constitut-
ing a public% nuisance and each
day threaten, irreparable injury,"
"To prevent such unconscion-
able acts from every occurring
again," Faircloth asked the Gulf
County Circuit Court to:
the St. Joe Paper Company from
further illegal trespass, and
dumping industrial wastes, upon
state lands. t r u
***ORDER THE COMPANY to
remove at its own expense all
illegally deposited bark and
other fibrous wastes upon and
over state lands.
***DETERMINE THE COR-
RECT boundary lines between the
paper company's property and
/ ***DIRECT THE COMPANY to
restore the submerged lands and
public foreshore to its original
condition prior to the illegal
***ORDER ST. JOE Paper
Company to pay more than $50,-
000 in punitive damages and in
excess of $8,000 compensatory
damages to the State of Florida.
"The people of Florida have a
right to have their land, beaches
and' waters protected from en-
croachment by private interests.
At a time when environmental
safeguards are vital to the well-
being of our state, we must make
absolutely certain that the public
interest is protected. The action
I take today is directed toward
protecting Florida's natural beau-
ty. The people of Florida deserve
no less," Faircloth said.
Stece WILIAM H. (BILL)
PUB. SERVE. COMM.
PC6 poL a" 6. LUoToOat. n. p
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corer Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00
TRAINING UNION 6:30
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 7:30
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
Claude E. Lister, Jr.
Express Yourself by Electing Him A
Member of the
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Subject to Democratic' Primary, September 8
(Paid Political Advertisement)
During August Only!!!
* INSTALLATION (up to 50 FEET of LP GAS LINE)
* VENTING OF GAS WATER HEATERS
AND GAS SPACE HEATERS
I No need for extra, expensive wiring to make your home modern and safe!
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
ALL NAME BRAND
GAS APPLI ANCES
A BE TTEOR
STOP IN TODAY
TERMS ARRANGED TO FIT YOUR BUDGET
west florida gas
418 REID AVE. PHONE 227-4291
PORT ST. JOE
THE STAR. Port St. Je., Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1970 PAGE 'THumTJl
PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH AUGUST 29, 1970
Quantity Rights Reserved
USDA Inspected Wholde
Never, never frozen .
Piggly Wiggly fresh Ga. Grade"B"
IV FrAR ,^ pound
A whole month's menu ..
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USDA Inspected Grade "A" Fresh
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Yellow Rose Cake Mix ___-18 oz. 33c
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s 10c DRINKS
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-- "Judge of the county court of Alachua County. term expiring with the term of other cir- periods and under such other terms and held in November 1970:
1(4) Justices of the peace, judges of the cult judges and shall be assigned by the conditions as may be mutually agreed upon. Section 15. Terms and qualifications o
l!.- .. .. **,* **** t f small claims-magistrate courts, magistrates chief justice of the supreme court to service The local governmental agenses may pledge legislators.-
i~ra~nA /'Afl&tCTITilTIt AI A~ MnM FNTi ]court of Brevard County, traffic court of inan aIproprat specialized division of the revenues derived from such leased a- ( b)REPRESENTATIVES. Members o
ROPOSED CO NSTITUTIONAL AM ENDM ENTS Hlsborough County, and thejudges o th circuit court in that county ities or a y other avalbl unds Tor the the house ofrepresentatives shall be elected
*i ea -/I/ /I I i imall claims courts wbho old .othe. (m) LERKS OF OURTS.-After the nPaymnti onf rentals thereunder; and, in for terms of four years. Those from even
office, shall become judges of magistrate effective date of this article, clerks of addition, the fll faith and credit and numbered districts in the years the number
-" r ........gtT a T]h. .t by ttii the age o f seventy years courts, each serving, for the remind}ereno courts shall continue to serve as follows: taxing power of such local governmental of which are multiples of four and those
I0 haJU 5 The statelbyaftermh n e agenci esmay be p ledgedtfo rthep bered districtsni ntre s e
PR ~OSED =3 NSTITUTiONA L I" (a) JU DI L CIRCUITS. t.. . ..er h of w ich l with his ,zfo m r t ri torial -- ct-- .--.1 E ce"a n es m y b pld d fo th p y e t
whichl^ eS CiS^ ^ hr hias term aV magitrat cor district (1) e except a heeiaterpoieteo uhrnaswthu ayeeto fbrdyaste numbers f which ar
R 0 = o m l V O T D O N law sh a ll be divided into judicial cir cu it s, excep t to com plete a t. i e i h h s r e e rter miallfhOf by c tounty cl (, )s of pth e asci rcu i n at erou rt w l co nti nued, theo fre uehold er en tlec wtors or u alified e ectorrom ul i l sofdfoum b r ;e xcdis t ,ritthn evenu .
AMENDMENTS T B V T ED ON ac o)s e f o e o n y o c n iu h e ~ er e r u on tem porary Rass~ entm (6) Until otherwise p o i ed bsou t erve ins uhoffi es ne their cor eswplcn n etiv fe e o d r e ct s r c a| ', b ed y rn he um rs o w ih a e n t
NS OTImC F E T I- TO i of noat al ennan ioring so hlatl o e the anrdm o t eptoer of rt e ai wnhreshall of he a cois peioursnt ss w sulaae oo fes an theyr wresetv .re eoyl s t r..e by ..e smult ips H ou lf voreceL u to es f elcsio
Mobzi a thee Elction t o f nb es hne hund R r medr othousn th ise. 1 b_ n~~ivet ties.-- s of tialaw hr u s hal l be a1 eontheble, rlce dontes o t ioth tre'e e .o s taaeon s uraya a a. isseschtiondshl anex t folwn t oeappor tionet soe rep-
--. o oT.- St. ned a o madina [ en s oto the last decennial ceasus or e ofe a0p al jg o the for a term of ao der ofbs ten or, in saeiv (2) immediately before the effective date pui einng e credn t oa the local nrmetal f oen t ) millt bcrs perdu upto tine
WHR S The a o19 d --.- d-- lner lc w byy U goveror aandsremoval nb y. a c judgeisicmncaeia torg in mes acscleo of one hunre tor accovd.
do be heddieach Coun~ty Flow.;ofthe circuit court in each county in the judges of circuit courts shal .devote full the remainder of a term expiring with the (3) Except as hereinafter provided, in (e .The total outstanding principal of pose when authorized by vote of electors
2son ,,as e afit ter the Frt atcult, except as otherwise provided herein. time to their judicial duties. TheyM shall not .ds scer circuit judges. counties having a population in excess of state fonds cilitissued Pursuant to this section wo are owne of freeholds not wholly
i n e whch date Jt ovem. T he county of residence of a circuit audge engate In the practice of law orun hold of- (a juSPECIAL LOtheAL PROVISIONS.-ct e o n e hundred thousand, the elective clerks 1or censu shall never exceed fifty (0) per cent exempt from taxation.
lr, p0 ss e nt e sonlutions propose ged with respect to an incumbent during bitions with respect to judges of other designated courts and counties super- who are in office immediately before the the two preceding fiscal years. State of orida:
I ng ena e to he Constitution of the s c tinuous tenure in office without his cotrts NA. be providcbe fao t hic s a riconsl stent genra l e p th e rkefthe da t s of tbthitsh aarticle sth n seo he o ne ---- 5 Th r a uouwin g t aResod ntinto. 2 2
Staten ofFlorida, &=It uheydiddetermine (b) OIRSUI COURTS.--There shall be a (g) -todis. cJu ipli nrces a- s an i artile.o vi, has hme rwh of theinoffrte alshe bthis imtiorcle te ot the .... otonmreNUBR
Stae otr' e a o (d circuit court in each countyhe circuit courts of the supreme court and(jeel osdistrn exception) h eton 7, Alachua. County s.ae l clerk of the circuit court in their respective s Hous e Joint Resolution No. 792 rseu of ton holt be suction tos ti
a ndtat'to" sa. t Resolutiono o. 171 shall have all original jurisdiction not vest c courts of appeal, the court o. reie o be onsidered oas nyhaving a population not coustie s with salaries not less than they A JOINT RESOLUant.ION proposseiog an ele ore od the t o rri nRoLArtiOcN p Iropo
be sub mi tted to the e lectrs of the S tat t least one circuit judge for e~a ch fifty to or d during his ten ur~e in offt ice ,t o ju article, such judge shall become e a ju age o f" re main~ der of th.eir_.te m as clerks of the be secured by t~h e pled ged rsevenue, sa ndmte nt Sta eCon tttion t0autof rti z clIoo
of lor d a, at" th'G e era E ect on19 e0 I tho usan d Inhab itan ts or m ajor fraction m ere- S E C TIO N 1 6 Po hibi ed a t-v. el. -- us the co u rt in w which is vested th e gr ea ter coun ty cou r ts i n t eir respective coun ties m-- _- ad itio allyecur d by-th e full b o t e Sar s t o e vyonstitu t o re m tau th ori n eecsch o
e o NT Ro E 807UON roposg an ed n other court, and such jurisdiction othe ad ministrative action n jud c fcut ,co in excess of ontej i h hundred thousand until were receiving immediately before the ef- amendment to Section c II of Article nX of t ea tenar th eeamllsoreiom ta e n e
amendment to econ 2, art e VI, f the appeals from other trial courts as authorized trite- ba courts of apeal, judges of h r the 1980 federal decennial census, fectivi immediate l of this article, the Florida Constitution; providing authority Noember
SNOrary o R State o T OM AD.....*wOfain eachr thveact ourtnd ...agencies. (10) years for capital improvement put.
ont on of te state o nForida, re- cried by law hcirct judge shall have power to general w which shall not be Esmbia ounty until otherwise In Escambia and Broward Counties or sale of sovereignty submerged lands only SECTION 9. Local taxes.- for of th article.
d to he lbygie issu-ofthe circuit court n each county the judges of circuit courts ha de o ie approved by vote otexpiring wth the (3) Except as hereinafter providedrk of when in (e) The totapublio interest andg provincipal e (a) Counties, scaut ho rized by vote of electormu
tien wil e eld ner edaachCunyinF. rcrtd a~rw "'m u,, ''+ ~t xetas otherwise provided. herein. time to .their judicial. duties. They shall not... .....terms of other circuit, judges counties having a population in excess of state bonds issued pursuant, to this section rho are owners of freeholds not wholy
Itda,.n the Fisotd the Ledalatur ot the tiorar, prohibition, quof warrant, habease eeagcted or appointed lawes or hold electors, and in Broward until until other- the circuit cthourt immediately beforend, the authorityelective clerk or private use of sovereignty nicipalities shall, and special district may,
State oflorldas corpdast and el other, write necessary or a general reduction of c alart es i ar g i provided by la there shall be a county effective date of this article shall become, submerged lands only when not contrary to be authorized by law to levy ad valored
.M on day i n N ove~m ber, ".hich --rteo ay be fixed by law but se6 l otfollowinge i an spiecialry. provisionso shaill- apaplreysons sha l0a poyf theth e cou tsabo ish dax th seatieeufese toaftatre en u stoate s a feoorB e t eso vedoy. the Le isituraoft1
h+er 8 170 fru te raifiation, Or rt 'e .wIthrsett nicmbn uigbloswith respect to judges os thoer thedesignated' courts and counties sulper- who are In office immediately before the the two preceding fiscal years. aeo Foda '
,on j oint us m p hi cotinouste "e n "ofic wthout his curts mybe provided by law. edire.. inconsistent tgenoneral hs oninoa teur m ttcprovision_-s:... .... -effectiedveicnsstetdenrtep ofn: ttae hifshi aair eshlcseee hshaTltlhefoloinerenmet otehio
Tatm thenm ollnwing amendment to Bea. proper to the complete exercise ot their uniformly to all e 1. clerk who shall alst be clerk of the board tor the remainder of their term, the county sthe public interest taxes and may be authorized by general law
at" of F-- ridets v s. I cnsent. sC~ +..Jumtua,, == (1) For purpose of this article, with the remainder of their term as deputies to the NUMBER 5 9is fagredticeVIo and hale sumtated tostithio
I 0, NU+M B.IER" I (d)' JURISDICTION.--The circuit coura Of the supreme court and judges of itr.is~ct exception oi section 7, Alachua- County sliali clerk of the circuit court in their respective House Joint Resolution No. 792 ageledtorsaof shale staebmrraiittedtion the
tn 2 artle VI, o the ontitaton. of Jurisdiction. They shall original jurisdiction not vest- ourate. No ircuiappeal, tjudge cosurtO be pv ea of be considered mmiaisoners, county recorder, nlerk ot counties with salari es not less than they A JOINT RESOLUTION Legislaturesinanect of the eto t te, for theit respectiv
st Sf Lorida o s hereby a need to direct reewr courts, administrative addiction pre-of administry equal to or greater than the ry in excess nd ofo udrd hafuntil were rec establishivingImmediately before the e(2)- amendment tFlorida: purposes, except ad valorem taxes on in-
.a v ,, = th appeals from other trial courts as is pre-. hllb omested .by .salarisfix~ed by eth 90feea ecnilcnss feiv aeo.ti rtce ee lrd Xtttin uvdnatOf tin November 1970.
and shall be submitted to the electors o( bribed U law. judges ot district courts of lsnoreal be fte duties prescribed byr.law. of this article. That the forlowing'proposed amendment of tanyible personal property and taxes proa
amengene o section te l o : ribed by law T e y shall have power to general lawry equal to e mse uneu l otherwise ri County until othe rwis e ) persons holding the offices of untierk of Florsda is agsvereigned to and sha umergdlandsub (b) Ad valoremN 9. Local taxes- ive of taxes
Section Elecr.-Every citizen o ssue wr hav ing a population not in excess on one salary paid to c of the circuit courby law approved by as clerk of of the court of record immediates of clerk of emitted towhen in the public interest and providing ed or the payments bods and taxes
the United States who rq at least eighteen hundred thousand according to the last court. J app oionted, oun tos d sal. all magistrate courts in the respective coun- the effective date of this article sha become ficaAon or rejection at the general election levied tor periods not longer than two (2)
e oit Re and who has been atperman- decennial census or census authorized by trte courts sha be cop s a b .le ties and perform duties prescribed by law. the clerk of the circuit court in their refore to be held ority November, 1970: years, or not longer than ten (10) years
entresodenttoraone year n the state and general law, and in no other county, there es gned by law, andmay asr aeb aer In b Polk. County the clerk ot thl criminal pective counties lor the remainder of their Section 11. Sovereignty lands-The title in .the case ot taxes designated by a school
Saix months in a county, it registered as, shan be a county court unless that court pensated or nonjudicial services a wise provided by s there shall be county efective date of this article shall beerm. to lands under navigable waters, within the board for capital improvements, when ale-
tvied y law, a be amn eletor ose shall proer to the complete exercise of their uniformly to \all salarie ce c lerk who shallaw erve as clerk of the board for the remainder of their term, the county the puboundaries of the rest ate, which have hot theorized by vote o the electors who are
aat ountr. Provig:onu may be made by wished, by vote ot the electors pursuant to SE.TION 18Nc rc anut juu dg.e h ot service trate courta ld perform duties prescribed DULE ITEMS.-The legislature shal have been alienated, including beaches below the owners of freeholds therein not wholly
S or her bona tl ide residents oo the law except, a county court counties with (a) The composition, e .a.p be, o un by i ew. the perofe b c oncurrent resolution, to de- mean high water lines, is held by the exempt from taxation, shall not be levied
tote who ar mt leet eighteen years of out ea magie w of administrative action prety- andry equal to or greater an the ap (4) Nd ex offito rate court shall be estab. lete from this are estbcle any subsection 22(of this state, by virtue of its sovereignty, in trust inrpoexceso, except ad valongrem taxesuon in
age to vote the election o presidential wid itorial jurdiction shall not be scribd by ner o e e nycoty in etion th so n, when tr all th eole. e nma s eof al tateand bl
d mttd to the electorsS-There shall be the basOfscribed law. udgesof disi of population ne o th article there was no justice of the deleted is orticould become applicable have That the fopublic interest o Private used ame of portions ten (10) mb ls for salrtl municipal purposes
+. -.-'. --7 ;:L + .at I SCTON 8. County courts-- any Judge ef a ditarict court q f appealbe (3 IEcamia, and Broward Counties (5) In Eseamoia and reward Counties ISection 11 of Article X~am r +u 3 nEsaa of the Constitutionhiidbytscottuo
tCorhins ere .Comm rtee Joint Reolu"l a ON .-In each county pa h d a salary equal h.or gr a e r than t he until otherwise provided by l a, the clerk the rsons holdg the offices of clerk s of Fly when not contrary to the public (b) Ad al ore ta es exclusive of taxe
t genT RELTION proposi an e h ursI(ctCOUoNTYC OU RT y eerl Sl b ltedb rules adpee d n ine -le as ca magistrat coi ae feur nt sha b iew .biection shall oe tubject ele jt It e | l P <- or t hoiayen owterof o free old txi
me ieto ite o W-- o ff having'a population not in excess of one salary p aid to thiesjustices On de tar e.of the circuit OPERATION OF SOME sofao.e dco oe r rato itore jtonatN. ec torsn Noe. 1592 r rati- levied tfor peGd not bonandtw(e
e ,Uie dS tate s e osatle ast eighteen hu anlraed t mhg rt.e odtgses ounycout end man a m istrate court in the respective coun- the effective date mof ths l article shalbecome am on o re t th enerameecin eie fer odnt a o n ie t a dd
yeas of age and who hasbeent adpierman-_decwm nnial.census or census aut iozedbythra te co u ts -mhall obe mpensabltedbyer etieso nd operformdutieprescribed by lahw.trheecilerkofthecircuit co urtinmtheir re to be heldain November, 1970: r. ... years, or not longer than ten (10) years
n ddnd 1 o n e h e oi nnohercounttereag i es- f ixedy awrm ma alsnhre bc...In o -County thedclerkothe crimbe e ountes fuo n he main d er oeethei Scon 11.Soveregnty slands.-The otitl inthe cuse of t axes designated by a school
re sin o r oe e tar htoni t hh sbetaatenty counIgeort unless that courtbpenTsted for nonu atoernes e arv s e8e our of rico ll, uerwise epro-dterm.n n to lands under navigable waters, withi-mthe board for capital improvements, when ac
*n 190dsrcs nec istrdand nout dirieetaudiby aw.ci\cui--a(n)aDELETION OFtOveOLETEheldEjuiboundarieseofnthenstate,1whichrmiveinotte isanancebywheneaofhore eleceorsowhhall
Section 14id Lesal Maority- beanunless thavet court shall have been abolished, elected or a term of our y ears to per- d by law serve as clerk of all ag retirement from ized by law, of state bonds to finance the elet s of te a le chseobmitted t o the TOMf h ldAMSwho
t -cu nt.ve "r e son-- maybe made brity i s hed, by vote of the el ecorrsPelectors fou adnt s prcmribd b o tSrt at judr a ioalts an p e d )c onstrue F a.Te ndwatd er pollution aeti'on a te ned ine a n oelow tE ownr oRETARY OFt 2hAoll2
law for other bona fide -aid lar te w except, a county curt in co untie "wit- (a)Thecomosiion engh fshlbervc h pwp ycocretresoylution.. ........... y, to de-meanhigh. water lines, is. neld.by the exempt from taxation,; shall not be levied
stte h r at eihen e ofutheout a emagistrate.courtexercising county- and number of c grandjuoreseshall a, p ()e- a magistrate court shall be estababefromthisarticle any subsection of this state, by virtue.of its sovereignty trust i excess of the following villages upon th-
years, and tereater sha have a the exerisg ountywide territorial JuJturisdiction state attorneys as may be a 8(c) 9(c) and 21, this article shall not posal facilities to be operated by the state
rights and responsibilities ol an adult in couecntones without a county court shau law. The salaries trea ably classified On apply to courts having jurisdiction for the or by municipalities, counties, districts
SI b .abolished. Magistrate cour districts assistant state attorneys shall be fix y nate evns w te against ordinances of mu- authorities and other governmental agencies, authorize by law but only when in personal property: for all county
eetr .. .I(b) CO)UNTY wJoUsDGESr.-Tbereushalueas this basis f o puOlsation.oveediof this articlec there was no justice of the odeluted isAOrecouldiv beoerappn~llcable have the public interest. Private use of portions ten (10) mills; for all municipal pupss
NUMBER may be consolidated or changed by law. general law. niialiti r ntis to be primarily secured by a pledge of
House Joint Reoluon No. 5512 (b) NUMBER ON J -County course shall (SECTION 20. Attorneys ado In phand )epe tcour to esrized by Artaicle VIII, s etony abrt of revenues or rendiitalrs to Fe r Fair and H est Representation ELECT
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing a revi- be one or more judge tio presc for each magistenerat e discipline.-The supreme colt ontitution be derivedfrom opatedion o establishletor e wruch facilities, ol
en of Articl V o the State Constitutiofthe n court as henprovided by lawthe.c t exclusive jurisdictn in c as amended in 1968 shall not be affected special assessments, and other revenues le-sother. NUMBER 6 therein not wholly exempt m taxation
relstn tok the judicial department of the (cJ JRISD ITIN. The judgeshotdmag manner and throughtssuma^ ies i by uhs ,article exceptd as provided in sec- B1^ available tor such epurpose, anhd ad .
to vemmeor itany county shall beex ffor juchdgtes b.f ()x ta esnbl niett FSM ie preovidbedbyertsinesise adtissln "Jh l b"e. Acoudn1ydifurnishiseuredubyciepallsearthcads*may,
of Beloitd aReddolve by the Legislation re to the and exercise such jurisdiction as shall be o persons to p"rati o a and the () LIITED OPEwthstanding the provisions ot credit of the State of Florida; providing Sena Jit l.or
-State o int .tleoridaty prescribed by general law. Conditions upon discipline of persons admitted. a sePRon V 7a and until otherwise provided certification by a state fiscal agency, created .'A INTRESO--LTO .... an ouentyf uri z ylaev
Tat the following proposed revision of which chartered counhte or municipalities SEor qua TION 21d 'careaof public pr-pery b ,the' ations oraointmentrcursStandardTimeJuly AD,1971.o t oni n tote tn thlcon- by law tdat sufcient pledged revenues will
Article V of the State cmumcpalonstitution is agreedte may authorize magistate courts to issue of violation ot a county ic p le stituted immediately proffie fixed b sectionni be available to pay all debt erice requirepurposes.
to and shall be submitted to the electors processes process and try vi olations of their ord the perdmance, which is b io .r1 of this article shapply continue to constitute men t NUMBER 4 for fourauch bonds; providing for the .
of Florida tor ratification or rejection at ances may be prescribed by law except, in law, in a court in which a jury a or employee ersonstodicial offices held by pledge of the full faith and credit of coun- I IM I
he nexti enteral etecton to be hd in the case of chartered counties, no p such proved shall be transferred upon demarId da tN U tER g JUDGES-Until cJangoin ties, municipalities, districts, authorities, .i.OU. I TM IOnRSSIOxelGr e e
o aNovember, 1970. authority Fhaa be given to a mabe a mtrate of the defendant, to an a pproprate coure oedi w h f number of jia udees of the cir- and agencies thereof for payment of rentals t d :
(Substantial rewording of article. For court to try violations of county ordmances in which a trial by jury may be secured. cuit out i ah^ circit all be that to the .state under lease-purchase agreements: I^ B
present text see Article V, State Consti- unless authorized in the charter of the SECTION 22. Schedule.-re^ all of number required by section 7 (c), increased provding for loans, to local governmental ,^--- i *~tr~ *A T
totion.) ARTIOLE V con* oe dproe by vote of the electors rB Thi rti u^ s tierepace885 as themgnum u dy othran do agen Resolved by the Legislature of the DIStinct NO. TWO
JUd IARY SECTION 10. Additional judges-Addi amended, which shall then stand repealed econ t al de of the State of Florida at T llahasseth
cts of this state fo r ratifjudicia power tonal judges tor any court except the osu- (b) Except to the extent c(2)nsstent i Nouwhich is located Dal County That the following amendment to Article V t ,
ej section at the general election urt, bedis- premld be dividcourt maybe authorized by lmagistrate court SECTION 19.von S tate attorneys In each tion of the State Constitution, adding sec- YOu Vote a d Support Wll Bo
trict courts t appeal, irdisit c courts, county certification of need .by the supreme court provisions of law and rules of c r shall be immediately e the state capital tion o eSteilFodad14 ,ien thors agreed to and shall be submitted t th To 70
court agltrate cou, courts esteablushed SEssION 11. Specalzl h ave been abolished, elected for a term of four years to per- leciuhall wi chO ht oDejue roml o oewe, to. t he electors of Florida for ratification or Greeed ApprecOiatelS
etor the tr eal of offenses against aordinances circuidot coureestablished, by vote of the.ee continue in effect bnl upe .d a vision be sde by law for the nonpartisan fro etiao at tb general election to be held cto F eral ctionto eCT
o municipalities or chartered coh ties, and, (a) DIVISIONS; JUISDITIQNi.-A uni- manner authorized by the constitutions election oon juices and judges we odd- e aNovember 1970:
iu established by law, a court o- review form system of specialized divisions of-tthe (c) On the effective date of this artic nu(a)re x cep asp re irnsuch law may S(on ),. Bonds for pollution control
years, administrativeacti on. Administrative of- circuit court may be established by general and until changedys by general aw adopted be () c tept of each judicti ofsce a, acbteoend t facilities.-(d When s ta
rights ondirsonsiblities of an adult. Inlou in ties tountie s'a county court shall law. The salaries of state attorneys and 3, t (c),9 9(c) and 21, this article shall not poril ed by the state
judialpower in matters connected with excess of one hundred thourtsan districts assistant courstate attorneys shall be fixed by apply to courts having jurisdiction oer the or by municipal ities, counties, districts,
the funcons o their ofice, and their or- to the last decennial census or other census population s n excess of one hundred e e sued without an election to finance these,
nders shall be reviewed as provided by law. authorized by general, law, each divtoion thousand according to the last decent al ) NONJUDIGIAL DUTIES OF COUNTY coetruption ofm air and water pollution con- EVOTE FOR a ELECT
'SECTION 2. Administration; practice exercising the specific jurisdiction fixed by census or other ceness authorized by gendia JUDGES.-Until;othrwise! provided by law trol1 and abatement and solid waste disposal
and proedurI supreme court shall gene oldated or changed by law. general e -aw. d t. ialetondc o ties ed et ermrered t al
House Joint Resolution No. 5512 (b) NUMBER OF JUDGES.-There shall SE pION 20. Attorneys; admission andu p nole'any, or ou ties Re rs
O) teaLm U tive supervision o all by law one or more circuit judges for eachmagistrate divisione.- Until suproved by genert shall have (4) The court authorized by Article Vii, adist or atny part of revenue y agency thereof r
icounrts except courts established or the trial specialized division of a circuit court who required in section 11(a) herein, eachsuch taios amende)t and 8 Contie t tin e d (heremi referred to as "local govrmentald *
ofting to the Judicial dnancest of mnici- sha be judges only o Judgth es of i iag- manner and l through scaes ass e om in this anr inc 1cpt h she l be a ero species nt agency of, the State
galities or chartered counties; in the county in which their respective pursuant to Bles adopted by the supreme 1ormed b officerss to whom they may of loida Such bonds shall be anecured by
(b) t he assignment o justices and dges, divisions are ituate. Judges ot specialized court. be ass ed b roclamaions os the ehallb a ofperonsto f and Shall be payable primarily
including consenting retired justices and divisions sha l be elected to their respep- (d) After this article becomeseffectives by artigne ece a prol o o- gaily aalabe f revenues to be de-
judges, to temporary duty in any courts; tive divisions by the electors of the coun- and until changed by law consistent with or"'k) coUiNTY SOLICITORS, PROSECUT- rived from operation of such faciities, special O UrJ
(Ste) practice and procedure in all courts, ty in which their divisia law. on s are situate.pon this article: f persons admitted ig' ATTORN S -Until otheprwiserovidedi aossfcsments, renostals to be received under
Thatincluding the tfollowingme por oposed reking appellateof which chartered counties or muncDGES.p-All ( 1) The supreme coTial by jve the t uil iri ur l hare stil ri ee- rchatse agreementps hegrenu provided
Article V of the State Constitution is agredmay authorize macircit court in e ounty, jurisdie of violation immediately theretofore exemunicipalOr- ti aotmen t h iorth c asp forn any hla b reveta ues that may be e reu wll
to and shall be submitted to the electors Procand essudg j udges of specialized divisions, od isdnaice, which is also a vio lationofustate ti iced te tothe ao ptite available t or such purpose, including reve-
of Flprope r court when the juriediction of a courn t withnes-may the jurisdictions of the eciriet court the juridicon whimmediateljury theretofore i is ot a judicial circuit.p othef h ncoectively referred to
has been improvidently crinvoked. in that county. s exercised by them. e t upon de d le as dp d revenues"), and shall be ad- Cis
SECTION 3. hieral justice.- SECTION 12. Eligibilityheldin-A justi e or (3) Circuit courts shall have the jus article becomes effective. The offices of ditionally secured by the full. faith and
Novemb(a) The chief justice of the supreme judgethority shall be a citizen o a magistrate o f the defictio n im dant, to an appheretofore exercised by couty solicitor or county prosecut r- at ed the for idpayment of rentals. *
court shan be thechief administrative of state and reside aon the territorialnances in which a trial by jury may be se r edy. ected, sha not be abolished in () No such bonds all be issued unless O DISt CT 6
ier of the judicial system. o tion of his court. A justice of the supreme article, except the jurisdiction vested by any county inexcept by vote of the electors a state fiscal agency, created by law, has
pres(b) At the beginning of each regular se es court or judge of a district court of ap this article in other courts o ade a determination that no state
ion of the legislature theounty or approved by vote of nthe elcrtorse () Thi articleon to tha r eplace all of number required by ANGES.-Each judge fiscal year will the debt service require-
sha by message intrm it of the condition action must have been a member of the nors, each county court shall have all of of a county court era county which at- ments of the bonds proposed to be issued Democratic Primary, September 8
.ele+) ARTICLE V of the county. rrepealed -.. ...ig "rut -Stteo ord:
of the judicial system and recommend mea- bar of Florida for the preceding ten years. the jurisdiction immediately heretofore ex- bing p ulton inexcesby oane hundred and all other bonds secured by the pledged
ures Cor the improvement of the admY S- A judge of a circuddit court must have been erised by the county judge's court, te sa according to the decennial census revenues exceed seventy-five (75) per cent
traction of justice. a member of the bar of Florida tor the pre- county court, the juvenile court, and any or other census authorized by general law of the pledged revenues.
SECTION4. Supreme Court.- ceding five y onal judges for any court except the' su- ) court presided over by the taken neruxt after twhichs locarticle becomes effec- countyy That the following amendment to Articlemay lease any of such YOUF e nd Supot Wi B Appreciated
(a) ORGANIZATION.-The supreme court court or maybgistrate court hizeust b e a mem- county judge, wherein such courts existed l e shall become a judge oin the circuit i f aciities to any local governmentaln agencyVoe d Suppor W e
shall consist of seven justices, one of whom ber of the ba o t Florida unless otherwise in the respective county immediately before court in thet county or the remainder of a under lease-purchase h agreements or u
tried courtssof appeal, ireusitcourts. countyhcertification of need by supreme court. provticle siollwfawn-itch..socated thecstate.capital iton-the rel e dtorso aFlordasralesbmttedGr l
oubers of the court. Five js, courts tices shall coni SECTION 13. Vacancies.-The governor (5) Magitrate courts in each county shall ) CTION OF UDGES--Should pro-
for stitute a quorum. The concurrence o c four shall in by appointment each vacancy oninueinee tl exercise in their respective counties and
shall be necessary to a decision. judicial office. Judicial nominating co- districts the jurisdiction in civil cases and o
of mniuicipalities, or chartered counties, and, (a) DIVSIONS; JURISDICTION'.-A-- manner-autorie-z~ tedaby theconsthitu ation. 'election of _jxu*46s and judges in momdad-in November 1970:1.
if established by law, aITION-The supreme courtof : missions may be established by law, and the trial juridiSction in14. Bonds for pollution tol
f(1) Shall hearati appetion. Adm finistrative ofjudg- appcircuit court may be established by general ised by the respective small claims courts number year, e s
iments of trial courtdie s imposing the death- limited to nomineties of such commission Ins. All whose judges held no other office, small e iter e ch clie
penalty and from orders of trial courts and appointments to judicial nominating sou- claims-magistrate courts, magistrates court
judecipsions owe district ters connurts of appeal ini- miexcessi ofons shall be subject thousand aconf irmation of Brevard County, traffic court of Hill-maybe
tially and directly passing on the validity by the Senate borough County, and justice of the peace
of a state fun statute or aofies, and theiratute or- to the last d Elecnnia census or; terms.- courts immediately before this article becameissued without an election to finance the
tre shall be reviewedng a providedsion of the (law. ) Justices and judges shall bea chdiosein effective, eaccorh judge being to the lasimited to theennial prodded herin.OT FOR d E T
... .... ..ns s -lit orized b y general ( ) OJ) U~ D ICIAL l U I S O O N Y c ntr u tol nd fab a em nt and s l dw a ster o du i son saon
state or federal cons tration; practice, by the ele actors w within the territorixed j uris- jurisdiction theretofore exercised by the
(2) May review by cerdorarm any decision diction of their respective courts the same court of which he was judge. All judges of
of a district codure.- pe t o pe affects manner as other state and county officers magistrate courts shall be coroners and fcoty te ere ncilit i
a class) the administitutiveonal or station officers, are elected or, e judges for each division. Until provided by general lawacommitting magistrates
that passes upon a question certified by the law, in nonpartisan elections; except, the (e) When this article becomes effective:
district court of appeal to be of great pub method of selection) of judges of the court (1) All courts not here in authorized shall ort e i
ourli e interest, or that is intabishe fct conflict trial review of administration of a I cirction may be cease to exist and jurisdiction to concludeithatoffceexistsand counties whch eie r a ag O eta
ofwith a decision of another dinancestri cort of prescrihabejudgesOnd by law. all pending cases and enforce all prior eis no unty court they shall be per- ,
appealtes or of the supreme court on the same (b) The c ounty in which their respective formed by the offices to whom judgments shall vest loa ndshabe e the court which, r y
questionn of lthe assigned may issue writs oand s u preme court, judges of district courts of under, this article, would have jurisdiction asged by prcmaton of the gove
prohibition to courts and commissionse tn appeal, judges of the court of review of of the cause it thereafter instituted. Allm Sf]^ f / \
incauses within the jurisdiction of the supreme administrative action and cirbe elected to tjudges shall rec- wordss of, and propertyle held by, courts I from all or any partOfrevenues tobede
courtdges, to reviewmpor and all w rits necessary to be for division years. The terms of thjudges ofun- abolished untilhereby changed be transistferred to withe or. .
theincluding the time for seeking appeation c) SDICTIO county courts and magistrate OF UDGES. All The supreme court shell have the IN TTORNEYS.-Until otherwise provided e re t erei de d
() When provided by law, shall hear be presretoforeexer-IbYcribed by general law The terms of this article. a h reent h ee
appeals from final judgments and orders of justices of the supreme court and dges of (2) In counties having a population in ... r
(d) the locations for holding court; and including judges of specialized divisions,omien" -by It. I ip' al v' boutlawng halltporesecuteentheolases offcimes available for such purpose, including reve-
(e)trial c ourts imposing life imprisonment or the district cohave jurisdiction to appeal shall be ap- exces (2) Dis of one hundred thousal according ese e uesfrom Other facilities, or any combina-
proper court -when the jurisdiction of a court within the jurisdiction of the circuit court the jurisdiction immediately ur~mevm n utmto terrsectiv ion thereof (herein collectively referred to..
has bentered in mprovieedings or the validation thpropriately staggered, to the last decennial census or other census a icecto.theoiesthnias" e crevnb y"tf usllb ea d an
of bonds or certificates of indebtedness, and SECTION 15. Disciplity.-Ane; retirement; re- authorized by general law, judges of co fiuty ie diate rio.Theoaes tis a lldgedrev he fhll. b a ad
isue write of cerfJustiorar i to the court of moval.- judges' courts, juvenile courts and juvenile by county solicitor or ounty prosecuting attor- credit of e State of Forida.
-courte hal be the chieview of administrative action and commis- (a) T her e shall be a judicial qualifications and domestic relations courts shall become y, elected, shall not be abolished in (b) No such bonds shall be isued unless m District Five
ion established by law and writs of commfission compourt. A justice of the supreme article, except the circuit courisdiction the ounty cty elctors a state fiscal agency, created by law, has
(b)manda tus athe beginning of each ficers (1) two judges of district courts of appeal- t which they reside. There courtges of the civil AT c ounty ASf a E i n ,
and state agencies. appointed by the Judges of those courts courts of record of Dade and Hillaiborough IIB fl H \ St
sin of(4) T he supreme court or any justice m peal ory and two judges of circuit courts appointed Counties, the criminal courts of record of ao y OUtin o unt. chl er will t t ad a d eer tir tac n
ssuha by message inrwrits of habeas corpus returnable t emust have osbeen a member of then Dadeor, Duval, Hillsboroug, Monroe, all of h at- ments of the bonds proposed to be issued
tore the supreme court or any justice, a provided by law, not more than two judges Palm Beach and Polk Counties and of the lk f/ JH BI*Ii!
ofdistriet court of dici eal orsyste any judge there- obar the court of review of adming istrative felony court ofn immediately theretofore ex- tas a population in excess Of one hundred and all other bonds scored by the pledged
ures for anythe improvement of the adminis- A joa i by the judges of that the ercisvil andby the criminal court of re's court, the thousand according to the decennial census revenues exceed seventy-five (75) per cen I
SOtration of Ju Distice ourt of appeal.-, courtmember one Jtudge barof Florida for the pre- I county court the juvenile court, anecord any or other census authorized by general law of the pledged revenues.
(a) APPELLATE DISTReme Court.- eding ive years. Each judge of a county eai laims court presided over by the taken next after this article becomes effe- ()The state may lease any of suc Your Vote and Support Wil Be Appreciated
()by law shall be divided into not mosupre than Jcoudgert of a magistrate court mustappomted by and Sarasota Countiesrein suchall becourts existed tie shall become a judge o f the circuit facilities to any local g Avernml tal agency,
our shall consist of seven justicesof one county or of the barjudges o f Florida unless otherwise inof the cirespctivet court in the countyct county for the remainder of a under lease-purchase' agreements or such
contiguous counties. There shall be a district (2) two electors who have resided In the they reside. AIl judges of various courts V L L 1I- I|| / I U LL II^ Yl S
court b e chosen chief judistrict consisting state anprovided by gen members of the bar of l law th is articlewho become judges of circuit courts p effective.
ersof not less than thrtFive justidges. Three judges state or eight years, appointed by the sant to thistrate ourts in each county shall serve as circuit
stitute a qu orum. The concurrence of four s hall fill by appointment, each vacancy in es the ir respective counties andIf All
shall be necessa ry to a decision ju. (ci) three electors who have resided districts term s of other circuit judgcaes. All O n -ectric moe-
(b) JURISDIOTION.---e supreme ourt: tor fy e eas m sl d hhdjudges of tlhe ris to criic ourts of record of O .ECONOMY It l et 4
(1) Distrhallt courts oa appealsfrom finally have jud icial office or been membersjudiial offi the may be ercised by the respective small claims ourts Wi cU y COS yOU ess TO operate an A -Eletri mobile
mentjurisdicof trial courts imposing the death limited to nominees of uch commissions. A ll wh ose judges held no other offic the emallony 0
takenatys and from ordaatter of right, from f inal (b) The mentmbers of the judicial qualting .m claims-magisourt of record of Volusia County and an Ometes ourtan TO us combination f and electricity You eno mo rn
judgmentsios of rders of trial courts of Iencluding catins commissions shall b s ubjerve appropriately appropriate number of judgesBrevard County, traffic the court Hills- .
those entered on review of administrative staggered terms not longer than six years of record of Broward, Brevard, Escambia, and electrFic lying, and Save tool!
action, not directly appealable to the au fixed by law. No member of the Senacommite. bo Sarasota Countyies shall be assigned of the peace I
preatyme or a c ircuing a provision of the (a) Jsion ust ices and judges shal be chosen effective, he supreme court to service CLEANLINESS With flmel lt
statreview intor federlocutory orders in such cases to oronstitutionbyh except aors provided he territorial juris- juoffice criminal divisions thereof thor e ecircised by the i r ee S n\ SOO OUr mobile home \
2)the extent provide by certiorariues anydopted by The commission of their respectiv one of iur ts in the sam. he county o which they reside. Judges of I
f athe supreme court of appeal that affects manner as others tate and county officers maguvenile division of the court of record S oun TO stand leaner, longer!
acata +wOf eon~tituttona or state officers, are elected',or,, when provided by general committing magistrates.
that passes upon a question certified by &h law, in non~partisan! elections; except, the (e) When this article becomes effective: III
di(2)tct court of appeal the power of direct pub ( c) The supreme co judges of the court (1) Ai outs not herein authorized shall .
review of administrative action asret conflict ofmay be regulating proceedings of thtrative action may be mission, ease to existurts and juri domesdictio c relation con s I Cclude JUST plu in to get the eectricty you need Ther' n n
prwith a decision of another dstricco t of prscribedlln of vacancies by the appointing courts who become judges of orceuit courts .
appeal or of the supreme court appeal or any authorities and the temporary replajustices ofment shall be signed to the juvenile and domes st put a card in the indwourt whichWhen you need fuel N n to t th
qudge thereion of law, and may issue writs of habea supreme ourts of disqualified or incapacitatrict courts of under .this article, would have jurisdiction
o rpu s returnable before that comm surt or any After recommendationhe court of revOfany in of the countyse i n which they reside, and c aned or relihted whn l th A l
causes within thereof or before any circuit judgpreme juadministice or judge, the recorve action an d circuiof the pro udges of county judgess'all recordscourts who bcome We er comes roun. -ectric Is mobile
in that distort A distort court of appeal ll n necessary to be for six years. The terms of Judges of abolished hereby shas of circuit courts shall be assigned h
hemay issucomplee exercise' of tmandamus, certiorari shall be ma nd magistrate courts shall proper officer vision of the appropriate court uome vin t ITS est...and Int cost deryou less
prohibition, qu e warrant, sad other writs (d) Upon recommendation of the judicial of the county ic which they reside. .
pnecessary to final e complete exercise of its qualificatice ons commission, concurtrend judges of by (3) In counties having a population not T e f ks t Florida ower vte you to See the new A -Eectric mobile ho
turidal courts imposing life imprisonment or the birds of its pp members, the sureme excess of one hundred thousand accord
dispose of all issues in a cause properly court may order that any justice of the su-- ig too the last, decennial census or other On dis at our r's nw
before it, a district court of appeal may preme court, judge of district court of census authorized by. general law, judges of nOW.
exercise any of the appellate jurisdiction appeal, judge of the court of review of ad- the county judges' courts shall become judges A
of the circuit courts, ministrative action, judge of a circuit court, of the county court in the county in which
SECTION 6. Court of review of adminis- and when provided by law any judge of they reside. In counties having a population
trative action.-There may be established a county court or judge of a magistrate not in excess of one hundred thousand ac-
by law a court of review of administrative court, may be disciplined by private rep- cording to the last decennial census -or other \
action composed of. ot less than three rimand; removed from office, with termina- census authorized by general law, judges V S IT YO UR M O BILE HO M E D AL
judges It shall have appellate jurisdiction tion of compensation, for willful or persia- of juvenile courts who hold no other office
to hear appeals from such administrative tent failure to perform his duties or for shall become Judges of the county court
action as may be prescribed by law. Three other conduct unbecoming a member of the in that county, and for the remainder of
judges shall consider each case, and the Judiciary; or involuntarily retired for any their terms, they shall receive a salary not
concurrence of two shall be necessary to a disability which seriously interferes with less than they received as juvenile court
decision. The judges of the court shall be the performance of his duties and which judges immediately before the effective date --------- ----
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo*, Fl 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1970