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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for 'the Apalaehicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
Voters Make Final Choice
In Primary Next Tuesday
Light Voter Turn-Out Expected Throughout the State
n te Conley Welcomed to Clinic
t he' v e e J H Gi .
ome of, the officers of the Gulf County Committee for Guid- Shown in the photo above, are: John Howard, Guidance Clinic
ate and Coun ellig, meet with Doctor Susan Conley at a reception president; D.ve May, director; Dr. Conley; Larry Davis, vice-presi-
her hgnor'Sinday a noon, held in the High Schoq .Cafeteria. dent; Mrs. Raymond Lawrence, secretary and Mrs. Ted .Cannon,
Dr. Conley is the Clinical Director of the Guidance -,rogramn and treasurer. -
isan Port St. Joe on Th qsday of each week. She .is a member of the Approximately 175 people attended the reception which was held
Bay Coulty Guidance Clinic. between 4:0Q0 and 6:00 p.m. Sui iay afternoon. --,Star photo
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wrd:4)n BP ss, agq 32,4 ,.
Wahitchka. is in critical con-
in i ,;lonty, Wsp
p.+i '* .
Gult County Sheri.skIiep~xy.,
H. T. Dean, said that Bass hqd.
gone to Howard Creek. to the.
home of T. D. .(Doc) Whitfiled,
on a.family matter. An argument
evolved out of the meeting and-,
Bass was shot in the right side-
with a 32 caliber pistol. The bul-.
let went all the way .through
Bass' body coming out 'on his
Roy B. thitfield, 27, sgn of-
T. D. Whitfield, was taken' to
thp Gulf County:Sheriffs office
S#urday 'night and .charged
with assault with attempt to com-
mit manslaughter by Deputy
Dean. Whitfield was released
Saturday night on bail. Dean says
the events thqt led to.the shoot-
ing are still under investigation.
Bass was taken to Municipal
ispital and transferred to a
County hospital Saturday
Star Needs Ak
Little Time to
Lately The Star has been pla-
gued by too much 'copy arriving
in our officeson Wednesday, the
lay of weekly publication of the
The Star wants and needs all
local news items available, but
in order to get the items set up
[n type, proof read and placed
in the printing forms, it must be
in our office by Tuesday after-
zoon. We just don't have the time
to do all these things on Wed-
aesday and get the paper out on
All pictures for publication
should be in our office by Mon-
lay of the week in which they
are to be printed.
This is not a matter of prefer-
cnee on our part, it is a matter
Your cooperation in getting
Vour articles in as soon as pos-'
,ible after the event occurs will
ielp us tremendously and insure
Four article being published.
.,George T'appo,, of Port StjJoe,
a candidath1fettel ant Gee-
ot St.ate of Florid on
i'ic t with Earl Fair th,
6it bt leubhin, .A ew's ,lan
btSaxig Floridain a speech
e.Satur ay .ftenoon. Tapper
,-poke befo-e a fair crowd. of
local citizens on Reisd Avenue at
6:00 p.m. Saturday.
Tapper changed ,that Askew
didn't l~n6woigmpre taxes were
needed yet,/and stated that Fair-
clot. was against any new taxes
until three is a reduction of;.the
O.aministrative posts of state gov- i
Taken by Death
Ernest J. Goff, age 50, was
dead on arrival at Municipal Hos-
pital at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday,
September' 16, following a short
Mr. Goff was a long-time resi-
dent of Highland View. He was
anmember ,of the Church of Gad
and an employee of St. Joe Pa-
Mr. Goff is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Bessie Goff of High-
land View; one son, Gene Goff
of Highland View; one daughter,
Alice Marie Goff of Highland
View; father, William Floyd Goff
of Highland View; one brother,
Homer Goff of Highland View;
two sisters, Mrs. Evelyn White
and IMrs. Jeanette Holman both
Funeral services were held at
4:30 p.m. Friday, September 18
from. the Church of God, High-
land View conducted by Rev.
Robert Cary assisted by Rev. L.
E. Roberson, pastor. Interment
followed in the family, plot of
Holly Hill Cemetery.
Active pallbearers included
'Steve Daniels, Dewight Minger,
Fill Cumbie, 0. H. Register, Aub-
,rey Tomlinson, Smokey Smith.
Honorary bearers were Athan
Chason, Doss Kelly, Chester Ad-
ams, Leonard Be 1 in, Ronnie
Tharpe, Mickey Ward, Sonny
Sherrill, Harley Roberts, Dan
Griffin, Jerry Peak, M. C. Wood,
Tom Levins and Gabe Wood.
Services were under the direc-
tion of Comforter Funeral Home.
hes Out at-
IX Program j
ernmet '. : .i
S.Tappe, wa making. ; l
public appearance in Ppot
Joe prior to Tuesday's second
primary election. The 'beec
ended a week end tour'bf thb
Florida Panhandle in which h'1
alfpeared in virtually every' cit
town and hamlet in the area-shak j
ing hands and giving speeches:
The- Port St. Joe ,candidate gave
nearly 20 'speeches from -Thurs-
day through Saturday. His tour
wound up in Panama City Satur-
'Tapper promised additional
needed roads and highways in
the Panhandle' if Faircloth wins
He especially hit at Askew's
proposed corporate income tax
as being.unconstitutional. "Even
so", he pointed out, "who pays
these taxes? They are passed on
to you, the consumer .
In Closing of
oAttonkey Ted powers of Pan.'
"ia: City fiasifiled, an,,ap peal to
the U. S. Fifth Clrcuit Court ot,
Appeals in New Orleans, ii ,an
attempt t' overtqrfih decision
by Federal District Judge David
Middlebrobks, allowing the clos-
ing of Washington 'Elementary
Bowers represents several Port
St. Joe citizens in the action.
,Middlebrooks upheld a. move
by the Gulf County School Bdard
-inclosing the school due to the',
fact that the closing created full
integration of the races in Port
St. Joe area schools.
Bowers' clients want the school
re-opened on an integrated ba-
sis and are charging that the
school was closed due to discrim-
ination. The School Board gave
economic reasons as a basis for
closing the school, claiming sav-
ings of over, $50,000 per year.
Gulf County posted what was
probably the highest percentage
of votes against registered voters ,n oi '
in the Septeimber 8 primary when ollin g .
approximately' 62% of its reg-
"istered voters went to the polls Gulf Cqunty v!rs will go to
on September .. the following locations Tuesday
While keen: interest in several to cast their second primary bal-
local races wa's probably respon- lots: I J" .
sible in .bringing out this high Precinct 'ne,.-j Wewahitchka
percentage. bf'electo.s while the 'City Hall,
remainder of ,thb State largely P: Precinct 'Two, Old Courthouse,
ignored the contests; two COunty Wewahitchka.
contests and two State Represen- Precinct Three,.. Crutchfield
tive races are being depended Store, Honeyville.
-upon to draw a- heavy -ballot on Precinct" Four;" "0 v e r'street"'
Tuesday, for the second primary. Church. \ "
Voting throughout .the state is Precinct Five, Highland View
expected, once again, to be light. Fire Station.
The two. County posts. to be Precinct Six, White City Fire
decided Tuesday are County Comn- Station.
mission, District Two and Board', Precinct Seven, Hannon Beach
of Public Instruction, District Cottage, St. Joe Beach.
One. Neither of the contestants Precinct Eight, Port St. Joe
face Republication opposition in City Hall.
the November general election. Precinct 'Nine, Stac House,
For County Commnission;N Dis- Port St. Joe:
Strict Two, LniM Davis, whb re- Precinct Ten, Scout House,
ceived the 'largest number of Port St. Joe. .
votes in this race on Sept eber .Precinct Eleven,. Centennial
8 will go down to the wire, with Building, Port St. Joe.
Jimmy H. Helms. Botht #qndidates .All precincts will use voting
are residents of wahitchk), machines with the exception of
Both are employees4,of Se a. PJcicwt Three at. .neyville ahd
Paper Company3t OnTy Da vi.ha.' Pedinct Four at Ovirstreet. They
sought election before, and he ,will use paper ballots.
was defeated by the incumbent, ..
James G. Mc piel,, four years .
ago. McDaniel elected not to.-seek a"tempt to upset two term mem-
re-election.' -' .e '. ber,. hn Robert. Middlemas of
Incumbent William Roeme, 'P. Panama City.
was -0hmE gefTer me- '. Tlhr- Wlui of the Rish-Mid-
her, Board of Public 'nst.ru.tida, d-omas contest faces opposition
District One on' "pnmnbei He in'the November general election
will have to test his yote-g.tig from Roert C. Maupin of
ability with Danny (. Brodo Buntstown.
who is making his ijtial b in- Joe Chapman, incumbent in the
to Gulf politics. Roerher defeated N.ith House District is opposed
Brogdon's father for thit same byj Wayne A. Brown. Both are
post 12 years ago. -reqqents of Panama City. Chap-
Representative Races : mancame close to a first pri-
mary victory but was forced into
The two Representative races, :-a rinkioff when 'Brown received
Districts Eight and Nine, which an:, unexpectedly large vote.
serve Gulf, Bay and Calhoun .State-wide Contests
counties seem to have engender- :Foir categories will be decid-
ed as much interest a' they",' ed, state-wide on Tuesday's bal-
would have had they been strict-i' lot-decided insofar as the Dem-
ly local contests. Both seats in ocratic nominee is concerned.
the Florida House have been hot- Farris Bryant and walking
ly contested and are of paticu- Lawton, Chiles' come down to
lar interest since one GulfCd "tni ,tle wire in a' surprising finish.
man is involvOd in the District Surprising in that Chiles was .so
Eight race. strong a contender. Bryant will
William J.'Rish, a Port St. Joe be remembered as a former
attorney, and native of Wewa- Governor. 9f Florida aid a mem-'
hitchka was high man in a field her of the cabinet under Presi-
of three on' September 8 in his dent Lyndon Johnson. Chiles is
a former state senator.
The rinst interest in a tate
campaign" has been evident in
Gulf County ,in the governor's i
race; mainly because a Port St.
Jo? and Gulf County citizen and
businessman, is on one of 'thb'
slates. Earl Faircloth and Georgo
Tapper 'were the state favoiitt
in the September 8 election, .tt
face fdr idable opposition in
Pehsacool Reubin Askew and
his.runnifig mate, former Secre-
try of State, Tom Adams.
In the Attorney General con-
test, it'will be former state sen-
ator Elmer, Friday against anoth-
er former senator, Robert L. She-
The last race is the bid be-
tween William H. (Bill) Bevis
and Wilson W. Wright for Com-
missioner, Florida Public Service
Commission. Wright gained prob-.
ably his most mileage out of the'
first primry,,,by first ;being de-,
clared, a loser and .then being'
found to be the man "ho would'
face Bevis in the run-o f.
Week end; -evival services
will be held from the leach Bap-
tist Chapel next weeV end. at-
cording to the pastor, Rev. Wil-H
liam E: Smi.th.
services will be.
gin Friday, Oc-
tober 2 and con.-
Sunday, 0 c to-
K. Solomon will Iomi
be the revival..:.. omo -
speaker. Rev. Solomon is a for.
merpastor and missionary and
is presently superintendent of
missions for the Northwest Coast
Baptist Association of Florida.
Song leader will be Bill Davis.
Services will be held on Fr4-
day and Saturday nights at 1:30
P.M. Sunday services will be at
9:30 A.M. and-7:00 P.M.
Sunday, a dinner will be spread
on the grounds of the church. Am
invitation is offered to all to at-
A nursery will be provided at
Sharks Skin Gators, 24-0, Friday
Halfbacks Norris Langston and
Kloskia (Stanky) Lowery carried
the ball over the goal line for
the Port St. Joe Sharks in the
first period and reserve quarter-
back Ken Whittle plunged over
from the one yard line with two
minutes left in the game to give
the Port St. Joe Sharks a 24-0
victory over county rival Wewa-
hitchka Friday night.
Langston also ripped off a long
60 yard carry in the third per,
iod which was called back by an
offside penalty. Both teams were.
plagued with the flag-itis in
Friday night's game.
The .Sharks scored with only
a minute and a half gone in the
game. A long pass from quar-
terback Chuck Roberts who play-
ed despite doublts that he- would.
because of an injured elbow, to
Charles Britt gave the Sharks a
30 yard gainer to the Gator 15
yard line. On the very next play"
Lowery went through the line
and scooted 15 yards for the'
score. Roberts threw to' Lowery
for the extra point to give the
Sharks an early eight point lead.
The Sharks took a Gator punt
on the Gator 40 yard line with
three minutes left in the per-
iod. Roberts handed the pigskin
to-. Langston on the first play
from scrimmage 'and Langston.
hedled straight for the goal
line, scoring on a 40 yard run.
Archie Shackleford bulled over
for, the two point conversion,
giving the Sharks a 16-0 lead.
-Late in the first period, the
Gators penetrated Shark terri-
tory for the first time in the
game for their initial first down.
The Sharks were threatening
with two minutes to go in the
half when a Roberts pass was
picked off by Steve Forehand of
the Gators. Wewa's hard runner
Curtis Branch broke loose with
several fine runs, but a fumble
on the 20 yard line recovered by
'the Sharks' Rex Elliott with only
20 seconds left in the half stop-
ped the Gator drive.
As the second half began, half-
backs Lowery, Langston and Ar-
chie Shackleford began to grind
out yardage, but the Gators put
on one of their several fine de-
fensive efforts and stopped the
drive on their 19 yard line. The
Gators then put on their best and
longest drive of the night only
to have it clipped by Norris
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Norris Langston cuts a calculating glance at ear, so he can continue on his way toward a six
Charles Britt (46), trying to figure if Charles is pointer. Britt did and Langston did.
going to cut that Gator down breathing in his left -Star photo
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1970
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FlU. S2456THURSDA4, SEPTEMBER 24,1970
Ct rol Twn 1
n theball game of politics here in Florida, the pit-
; ,cher (the electorate) is winding up to throw the second
ball across the primary plate and see which of the candi-
dates pops out on this second chance or remains at bat
A for the third pitci which is to come on November 3.
The voters will have to use all their acumen and guile
on this pitch because there are some pretty good hitters
in the box with their eye on getting a chance at that third
and final ball with which to get on base.
The electorate here in Gulf County needs to use every-
tthing in its power to see that the man remains at the plate
who will do us the most good when it comes down to the
last out.' The man who is still at the plate on November
4 will take us into four years of the "world series" or he
will relegate us to the "farm team" by favoring, the "other
league", rather than carrying the ball for the home team
S-which in this `instance is us here in Gulf County.
Cast: your ballot next Tudsday and do it in the best
'interest of Gulf 'County. We believe George Tapper hass
Seen in the big leagues long enough and has been; a mem-
Sber of our team long enough to do us the most good. Tap-
'is a veteran of the political game and a staunch supporter
of Port St. Joe and Gulf County. It may be a long time be-
fore we will fin4 ourselves blessed with the opportunity to
S" Th ere I
Stewart Alsop writing in Newsweek magazine last
week offered the opinion that things are settling down in
th United States. -
Alsop had just returned from a few weeks spent in'
: Europe and he said that being away from home gives one
a new insight when returning to familiar surroundings
once again. This new look, he wrote, convinced him that
the past few years of turmoil in our nation are beginning
to come to an end. .,
; Alsop gave as signs for his reasoning, that riots in
.the big cities-are tapering off. Disturbances on the cam-
.:.pus have been non-existant so far this year. Even the
send a seasoned veteran to the plate again, who will be
able to "hit it out of the park" for Gulf County. We des-
perately need a win under our belt to stay in the game.
We. would also urge upon you a rookie and a young
player with a season under his belt. These two men are
William J. Rish and Joe Chapman.
Rish has had good training in the minor leagues,
even though he hasn't hit big league pitching as yet. Rish
has the attributes to make a good man for our team -
youth, ability, training, desire (not to mention a suffi-
ciency of wind). Rish may not be a home run hitter,
but we believe he has the keen eye and the knowledge of
the political game enough to give us those needed hits in
th Florida Legislature to help our county and our
district mightly in the game of progressing.
We would urge that you join Rish's team as a, cheeri-
leader and even as a bat boy, if need be. But vote for
him to give our team a boost.
Chapman has' had a term of experience and.'could
well be termed "rookie of the year" in the ;Legislature.
He swung a'big bat during the sessions in which he par-
ticipated and made some telling blows for our district and
the state at large. .
Don't trade him off Tuesday; he has great potential.
campus radicals are being shut up and held down by the
"silent majority" on the campuses. 'He even noted a move
to organize the majorities on the campuses to give answer
to, the radicals. He also stated that these students are
calling for college administrators to expell those raising
cain so the classes paid for by students can be presented
for their benefit. *
Al Al Alsop says is true. Things are seeming, to cool
down. It's with impatience that we now await the end
to the crippling automobile strike and te :threatened rail
strike so that we can proceed with utmost speed back to
a normal situation in which we lcan once, again pursue
happiness and the good life that this country has to offer.
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Panthers Want "Freedom"
We, noticed' on television the other night where the
:'Panthers captured in New Orleans were allowed to say
their piece over the airwaves for, all the ,nation to hear
and to see the,,absurdity of 'their reasoning..
': One girl ranted that they wanted "freedom". What is
freedom? A deliverance from or a responsibility to the
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As we interpreted the girl's.remarks, she was wanting
freedom to do what she-wanted when she wanted. Where
-.in the world can one have this sort of freedom? No-
Swhere but in the jungles.,with the aborigines and their free-
.dom as they know it hasn't gotten them very far in life.
A person has responsibilities .... even to tho0 he
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
Coconut palms are familiar to
millions of Floridians and tuor-
i.ts who have visited South Flor-
ida. They have taken home car-
ved coconuts with hidious faces
as souvenirs, sipped coconut
milk drinks -at local stands and
admired the graceful sweep of
the fronds that extend over the
roadway. Trash collectors have,
carried thousands of dead fronds
from streets to city dumps and
Published Every Thursday at 306 Wlllams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
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Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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TO ADVERTISERS'-In case of error or ommlalsons in advertisements, the publisher
do ot hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for sueh
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word thoughtfully
weiglhed. The spoken word barely aseert; the printed word thoroughly con-
ncee. The spoken word Is lost; the prnted word remains.
.. -- a a a s 7 9 *- 4- -g
doesn't know, will never know nor will ever see. As we
see it freedom is having a choice either/or to follow one
direction or another without the direction being chosen
for you. Freedom is reading what' you want, without hav-
ing your subject matter decided for you. Freedom is wor-
shipping as you want without having a god dictated for
you. Freedom is seeking the top if you have the guts
and the equipment to make it.
Websters dictionary defines freedom as "not enslaved;
not in a state of vassalage or dependence; subject only to
fixed laws of a free state, nation or people." So. any way
you look at it, the Panthers have freedom; if only they
weren't such slaves of ,their own warped judgement to
cursed them as litter.
Few realize what the coconut
palm has contributed to man-
kind. Scientists who have studied
and researched the coconut palm
term it "the most useful of all
God's trees". For centuries it has
served man! more abundantly
than any other tree.
While Florida coconut palms
contribute little other than tour-
ist appeal and souvenirs, those
of other .areas such as Indonesia,
the Philippines and numerous is-
lands of the Indian Ocean. and
the Pacific, contribute an amaz-
ing amount of wealth to the
world's economy and inpumera-
ble products of every kind and
Long before American horticul-
turists and landscape architects
discovered the advantage- of the
coconut palm as a decorative
plant natives of the South Seas
and tropical Asia had been using
them to construct shelters and
for heat and light.
Coconut oil has long been re-
cognized as a perfect base for a
variety of cosmetics from sham-
poos to foot 'oil. Medicine men
of the tropics have, professed its
Among the products developed
from the coconut palm are furni-
ture, mattresses, soap, toothpaste,
cups, saucers. Natives use them
to heat their huts in winter and
as fans to cool in summer. Coco-
nut oil is used in their lamps
for lighting at night. Fishermen
use them or materials they pro-
vide in building boats, making
sails, fishing lines and nets.
The food value of the coconut
is amazing. A single good nut
has as much protein as a quarter
pound of beefsteak.' A wide vari-
ety of foods and drinks 'contain
coconut. Like the cabbage palm,
the coconut tree has a heart that
can be eaten as a delicious salad.
But if the heart is removed the
Coconut oil is used extensively
in numerous food and cosmetic
products. Coconut products are
used in the manufacture of cars,
cigarettes, kitchen items and
The unopened flowers of the
palm are protected by a sheath -
that looks much like burlap.
From this material rugged items
are made including shoes, caps
and helmets. The open flowers
attract bees and, like our orange-
,blossom honey, is very tasty and
tangy. A sweet juice can be ex-
tracted from the unopened
flowers if they are bound tightly
and pressed which is used in the
manufacture of syrup or sugar
similar to maple. It can also be
fermented into a robust beer
that is popular in coconut grow-
If someone calls you a "nut"
don't resent it. Just assume they
are referring to coconut and con-
sider it as a compliment.
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Week End College
Is Being Offered
By Gulf Coast
"Week end College", a unique
offering of Saturday classes that
met unusual popularity last year
when offered for the first time, will
begin at Gulf Coast Junior College
Saturday, October 3, it was an-
nounced this week.
' A total of nine courses now are
scheduled for the Saturday pro-
gram, with all eight being regular
college courses carrying credit and
applicable toward a degree. The
courses are due to meet from 7:45
a.m. until noon from October 3
through December 12, excluding
one day, November 28.
"We were most pleased at the
response shown the program last
year," said Dr. Richard Morley,
Gulf Coast president, who pointed
out that more than 110 persons reg.
istered for the Saturday classes
when they were first offered.
The program was developed, Dr.
Morley 'explained, to serve work.
ing adults who experienced diffi-
culty in enrolling for regular col-
lege courses offered Monday thru
Courses now scheduled include
Beginning Typewriting, Principles
of Accounting, Business Law, In-
troduction to Government, General
Psychology, Psychology of Child-
hood and Youth, Beginning Tennis,
Introduction to Data Processing and
Persons interested in enrolling
for the unique program may obtain
further information from the of.
fice of the Registrar.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Gulf County will make its mark this year in two school classes
with its football teams and bands. Wewahltchka brought a fine
though small football team to Port St. Joe Friday night and gave
the big Sbark a team a run for its money. The Gator band was also
a pleasant surprise for their Port St. Joe cousins.; Bandmaster
Washington, an alumnus of Florida A & M University which fields
one of the most famous bands in the nation, has performed wonders
with what has in the past proved to be an exercise in futility to have
a good band in Wewahitchka. The band was small, but it performed
very well and had a good sound. They'll make their mark in the
state festivals this year.
Port St. Joe's team was expected to be strong even if only on
the momentum engendered last year. They, of course, made the
usual first game miscues which cost penalty after penalty, but they
looked strong and ready to go. The band was another matter.
After two years of being inithe doldrums, the band was beginning to
make headway last year under the direction of James Clark. Clrk
left for a better job and it was with apprehension that fans looked
for the band's first performance this year. A new band master after
only a' year of building certainly shouldn't promise much. But
Reign Shipley's charges acted like veterans Friday night.' One of
their maneuvers hadn't even been practiced, but all went well. The
band has a fine sound and the new uniforms has helped their ap-4
It ought to be a good year.
The University of Florida has put forth a proclamation that
there shall be no more hard drink carried on the University's foot-
ball stadium. Understandably the ruling has made some mad while
making many others glad. It has always been a marvel to me that
some drunk in a college stadium hasn't fallen and knocked several
people in front of him down jhe steep incline that makes up the
bleacher sections, injuring someone severely.
It's a state-wide ruling that alcoholic beverages not be allowed
in high school athletic programs and we think it would be the pro-
per thing to do for local police and school officials to get, as serious
about enforcing this ruling as has the University of Florida.
It was reported the other day where another of those so-called
musicians died from an overdose of drugs.
In the first place, we didn't know it was necessary' for a person
to take drugs as a requisite to making good music. But apparently,
this, like a lot of other things, has changed. The thinking now
seems to be that if a musician(?) doesn't get all hopped up on drugs
he just can't "properly" feel the message or the rhythm.
On the other hand, it's getting so hardly a day goes by that
one doesn't read of one of these stupid young punks winding up on
\ a slab in a mortuary because he just had to have the kicks that
comes from the drugs: Or, maybe, it's sort of like the old kid game
of "dare you". If, you're going to be a part of what's happening
you've got to take a chance at killing yourself.
Just how much proof does the foolish part of the .young genera-
tion need to convince them that taking the drugs is a dangerous
THE STAR, Port S.-.,m, Fla.'32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1970 rAGE THRI
LAY AWAY SALE
, JACKETS and SUITS
Down Holds Your Choice
IN LAY-AWAY FOR 30 DAYS
;The Senior Class of Port "St.
Joe. High Shool has elected the
following officers for the 1970-71
school year: Mike Wimberly,
President; Ste ve Macomber,
Vice-President; Joy Parker, Sec-
retary; Holly Hendrix, Treasurer;
and LaNelI Chason, business
ing: Mike Wimberly and Steve Macomber.
coming school year ,will include
participation in the homecoming
parade, operation of the basket-
ball concessions, a class play
exercises. The senior class ex-
ecutive board met for the first
time on Monday, September 22
and made plans for a most suc-
manager. These officers and rep-
resentatives ffbm each homeroom
will form the Senior Class Execu-
tive Board. This organization has
the responsibility of coordinat-
ing and planning senior class ac-
* Projects and activities for the
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHt
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Streel
SUNDAY SCHOOL 4
MORNING WORSHIP I l0
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .. 5:4
,EVENING WORSHIP, 7:-
PRA'YER ERVICE (Wednesday).... 7:3
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C ODUM, Pastor
iam "Bill" Roe
R, BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUI
District Number 1
Sincerely Ask For Your Continued
SSiport and for Your Vote ,
S. E -..
IR'H Mrs. Grossman
5 A.M. Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of
0 A.M. Beta Sigma Pai met Tuesday night
15 PM. of last .week in the home .of Mrs. [
0.. PM .I Dot Grossma1n
0 P.M. President, Mrs. LInda Sullivan,
presided over the business meet-
ing. Final plans were made for the
fish fry on September 18. One high-
light of the meeting was election
of a Valentine Queen to represent
Xi Epsilon Kappa at the annual
Beta Sigma Phi valentine ball in
--- Panama City in February. Congra-
tulationsi are due Sorority sister,
CAPABLE Mrs. Elva Jones, who is Xi Epsilon
Kappa's 1970-7i Valentine Queen.
Mrs. Martha Sanborn presented
a. very interesting program on the
Women's Liberation Mo ve ment
S which took place in the larger ci-
m er ties' across the United.States in
August. A discussion period follow-
CTION ed the program with members
; sharing their ideas and views of,
this recent movement.
The next meeting will be Octo-
ber 6 with Mrs. Virginia Cannon
as hostess at her home on Monu-
ment Avenue and also presenting
EFFICIENT At the close of the meeting a
social hour followed with refresh-
ments being served by the hostess.
SUITS and DRESS and COAT
Values to $59.99 This Sale Onty
Dress and Casual Full Length
Mink fur collars or basic
Junior and Missy
Wet look, corduroy, fun fur.
Gir's full length
dress or casual
p Jy $16.99 9,
The Board reserves the right
Leg l, A* reject any and all bids.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS COMMISSIONER, Gulf C
The Board of County Commis- WALTER GRAHAM,
sioners of Gulf Countywill receive Chairman 2t-9-:
sealed bids from any person, com- ___
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the County the following NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS'
described personal property: The Board of County Commi
One (1) 1971 Truck % ton sioners of Gulf County will recent
equipped as follows: 4 wheel sealed bids from any person, cor
drive; free running hubs; engine pany, or corporation interested i
8 cyl., 300 cu. in. min.; ammeter selling the County the followir
and oil pressure gauge; fresh air described personal property:
heater with defroster, western- ;Two (2) Leco Ultra Low Volu
type mirrors swing-lock supports; me Cold Aerosol Fog Generators
battery 66 plates-70 amp-hr.; al- with nozzle direction to be ad
ternator 65 amp., shock absorb- justable from zero to 180 degrees
ers heavy duty front and rear; vertical and 160 degrees horizon.
springs front, 1250 lbs.; springs tal, at least four (4) pounds work.
rear, 1650 lbs.; axle front 3000 ing pressure; Cab Control.
lbs. ratios 3.50 to 1; axle rear Bids will be received until 7 c
3300 lbs.; clutch 11 in. min.; tires clock P.M., EDST, September 34
8:25x15D 8PR; transfer case 1970, at the Office of the Clerk c
single speed; transmission 4 the Circuit Court, Port St. Joi
speed; heavy duty vinyl deep- Florida.
foam seat; heavy duty rear step The Board reserves the right t
Bumper; styleside 6% ft .body. reject any and all bids.
Bids will be received until 7 o'- BOARD of COUNTY
clock P.M., EDST, September 30, COMMISSIONERS, Gulf Co.
1970, at the Office of the Clerk of WALTER GRAHAM,
,the Circuit Court, Port St. Joe, Chairman 2t 9.1
. .. Ll -' I
Men's and Young Men's
SSizes 35 to 52. Beg. and long
Dacron and wool or dac-
S on blends.
Values to $65.00
Young Mens and Men's
C.P.O.'s and Bush Coats. Sizes 34 to
54 and S,M,L,XL.
Boy's Jackets and Bush
h Sizes 8-20. Washable cor-
duroy. New fur collars.
Fun fur, quilted nylon,
corduroy. Sizes 6 mos.
to 14 years.
Fun fur, solid or tweed
wool. Sizes 12 mos. to
Double or single breast
lined, regulars or longs.
to $ 999
Sesilor Officers: seated, left to right: Holly
Hendrix, .LaNell Chason and Joy Parker. Stand-
Seniors Elect Class Officers
54 lbs. feeds 7,500 sq. ft.
Beg. $13.95 Now $11e95
THE NEW POLYFOAM FERTILIZER For St. Au-
gustine, bahia, centipede lawns. Super Turf Builder
provides double the greening power of its 'prede-
cessor, famous Turf Builder. Gives prolonged (two
months or more as growth slows in late fall) ferti-
Super Turf Builder contains plant-available iron,
which fortifies grass against yellowing chlorosis.
Clean, odorless, light-in-weight granules, ready to
spread without preparation, mixing or measuring.
Also, $1.00 off the 36 lb. bag, which feeds
5,000 sq. ft. Regularly $9.95, now during this
St. Joe Hardware Co.
Phone 227-8111 203 Reid Ave.
To My Friends
Who Suported Me In the September 8 Primary
My Sincere and Deepest Thanks
I EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR VOTE
IN THE SEPTEMBER 29 PRIMARY
To my friends who supported my able opponents;
I will deeply appreciate your vote and support. I
am yours for a progressive Gulf County.
Jimmy H. Helms
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Ti STAR. Port St. ,, ,Fkwd i THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1970
25 Year Masons Rcognized.
Port t. 'Joe! Lodge No. 111; their Joseph "J. Pippini.
F.&A.M. had an open meeting The asternr Star-Chapter pre-
Saturday, August 22 for the pur- pa4re,! nd sed ,swip per.
pose of presenting 22 certificates Sh iov wife their certificates
and 'piAs to those who had been are, left to right, front row:
active in Masonry for 25 years. Wade Barrier, .Sr., George iW.
The certificates were presented Cooper Jamnis Hayes G reer, Dur-
by:.the Fourth Masonic Disafict derf, Pippin, -Purvis Howell, W.
Deputy Grand Master, Right Wob," Lamiar Jordan and Byrd E. Par-
shipful'in stern, U. V. Durden.The.. keri Back row, left ,to. right:: Bas-
Ipins were presented by the ,Wor- corn Lewis -esnell, Stetsoi C.
s hipful Master of Port St. Joe Pridgeon; Rev. .Roy Millard
:Lodge No. 111, ',Worshipful Bro- Spikes and Flnnoi Talley.
Sportsmen Will Meet
Saturday, October 3
, The Gulf Jpounty Sportsme!'s
Club will, meet on Saturday,
October 3 at the Centennial
Building in Port St. Joe. The
meetinggill begin at 7:;0 pan.
Supper. will be served.
All members of the club and'
prospective members are urged:
and invited to attend.
Gulf Rifle Club
Offering Co sse
The Gulf Rifle Club will have
a beginning rifle instruction class
for ,women beginning October 6
to be held at the St. James Epis-
copal Parish House on 6th Street.
The classes will, be taught by
members'of the Gulf Rifid Club
by NRA certified instructors.
Classes will start at 7:30 p.m.
Eta Upsilon Chapter Names Barbara PenteMostal
Brogdon As Valentine Queen Candidate Women Meet
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sig.' tion. Rushing was also discussed Pentecostal Holiness Church held
ma Phi began the new year 1970-71 and it was decided the sorority their mdnthly meeting Monday,
with a beginning day meeting Au-! would rush informally during the September 14 in the home of Mrs.
gust 25 at the Florida Power month of October. Avery Howell. The meeting opened
Lounge. An eager group met. and Barbara Brogdon was voted Val- with prayer with Willie Mae Lollie
made plans for the new year. The entine Queen for 1971. This selec- leading. The Auxiliary song was
'first business meeting of the year tion is made several months in ad- then sung. Avery Howell and Bell
was held September 1 at the home vance so that the picture of the DuBose put on a skit entitled, "Let
of Mrs. Janice Johnson with the queen may be entered in the In- Her Burn".
new president, Mrs. Mary Agnes ternational contest of Beta SigmaI- Secretary Sharon Everett read
Kilbourn presiding. All committees' Phi. Everyone was very pleased the minutes of the last meeting
were appointed and accepted. Mrs. with the, selection. Mrs. Kilbourn and gave the financial erport. The,
Eleanor Blan then presented an ex- presented, a fine program' on various committees reported. A
cellent program on oratory. Each speech. bake sale was discussed for Octo-
member present participated' with. Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sig-. ber 10. A delegate for the district
a three minute talk on friendship. ma Phi has started the year on a conference to be held in the Shady
The second meeting of the year good note and is looking forward 'Grove Church was elected. It was
was September 15 at the home of to a year of friendship and service voted to give the Girl's Auxiliary
Mrs. Mary 'Agnes Kilbourn. Plans with the community, $3.00 a month to buy materials for
were finalized: for the fish fry held various projects.
the night of the first football game | Each lady was given several
September 18. Several ideas fobr a boxes of Christmas cards to sell,
service project were also discussed The offering was taken up.
and tabled for further considera- It was decided the ladies prayer
group wol" i'dtrt back their week-,
ly meetings on Tuesday, Septem-
Mrs Parkerher 22 at 5:30 p.m.
SPI The meeting closed with prayer
by Avery' Howell.
Feted at Shower
,Mrs. Sammy Parker was honored t
with a stork shower at the Florida BUZZett Gr in
Power Lounge on Thursday, Sep-
tember 17 at 7:30p.m. W ddin
Hostesses for the occasion were e ing ns
Mrs. Evelyn White, Mrs. Shirley Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph Buz-
Walden, Mrs. Hildridge Dunlap and zett of Apalachicola announce the
Mrs. Daryal Strickland. 'final wedding plans for the mar.
The room was appropriately dec- riage of their daughter, Mary Car-
orated in the "stork" theme. Re- mel, to Arthur Franklin Griffin,
freshments' of' cake,. punch, nuts sqn of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Griffin
aik, mints were served. -" of Port St. Joe.
: Marly friends enjoyed the eve- Mrs. John H. Chafin, Jr. The ceremony will be at 4:00
ning with Mrs. Parker and she re- p.m. Saturday, October 10 at the
ceived many lovely gifts. hr... -- ..... i -.... s,, .....i AR
"Your Stoke of Quality
,, ,,Fashion ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Combs of
St. Joe Beach announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Lida
Maxine to John H. Chafifi,' Jr.,
son of Mr., and Mrs. Jdhni Harold
Chafin of White City. ''
The wedding was an event of,
September 17 at Donalsonville,
Both are graduates of Port St.
Joe High' School.
The couple will reside in At-
lanta,, Ga., where Mr. Chafin, is
employed by Management Ser-
Wedding Sept. 26
'The wedding of Miss Jan Strip-
ling and Billy Cumbie will be held
Saturday, September 26 at 4:00 p.m.
from the Oak Grove Assembly of
All friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend.
Jaycees Urge Citizens
To Vote Tuesday
The Port St. Joe Jaycees urge
everyone to get out and vote in
Tuesday's primary elections. Af-
ter the polls are closed at 7:00
p.m., local time, everyone is in-
vited to attend the Jaycee Tote
Board project on the West side
of the City Hall to see the re-
sults of the election as they come
Committee Named by
The Pick-up and Marking com-
mittee for the Hospital Auxiliary
Thrift Shop for the month of Oc-
tober is Mrs. Joe Hendrix, Mrs.
Robert Freeman and Mrs. J. L.
The Thrift Shop has an especial
need of all baby supplies. Any
merchandise offered to the Thrift
Shop will be picked up by calling
Jaycees Put Halloween
Candy Bags On Sale
The time is drawing near
again when the goblins will 'be
prowling the neighborhoods look-
ing for treats and the Port St.
Joe Jaycees are now able to pro-
vide those treats.
The Jaycees are beginning
their annual Hallowe'en candy
sale early this year to assure
that everyone has an' opportunity
to purchase a bag or two.
All profits from ths project
will go back into the community
in one of the Jaycee projects.
noe;,,o e. ii.riae parents, to
16th Street, Apalachicola.
No invitations are being sent.
Friends and relatives of the bride
and groom are cordially invite, to
"Midget Investments With
MISS MICHELE SUSAN ANCHORS
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Anchors of Port St. Joe announce the
engagement of their daughter, Michele Susan to Christopher Lee
Cottrill, ,son of Mr.' and Mrs. D. Lee Cottrill of Winter Park.
Miss Anchors received her degree in education in June from
Florida State University, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi
Sorority'and a Little Sister of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. She is ,em-
ployed by the Leon County school system.
Mr., Cottrill will be graduated from Florida State University
in June with a degree in accounting. He is treasurer of Pi Kappa
Phi Fraternity, and a member of Beta Alpha Psi, accounting hon-
.orary and Air Force ROTC.~
The wedding will be an event of December 19 at St. Joseph's
Catholic Church -in Port St. Joe.
S0To The People of
Thank you for your wonderful
vote, of confidence
Please Give Me Your Continued Support by Voting
and Working for My Election On September 29
WILLIAM J. 'Billy' RISH
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1970
rGulCoast College Off ringCourse.
n Pl Tere o 0 Joe Course
College 4e :non' dt short' tobr 29 and will consist of 12
e -in golf will be for be- hou ,6f instruction on all facets
in .ers,.both male and ale, onof gff.
n itygol coure at S Stuents are urged to wear golf
.on Thursd. m. 5.:00to ) '.-attifre r loose fitting sport'clothes
,m .The m iSe- wi gin t- nd. ng .7, 8 or 9 ron to the
,Morrow, Th day, September 24, ~eting' A golf glbve is rec.
^eet g oiw.. .week through Ocl y aaee
ro' Instructor will be Herb Good, an
ire T...OyS /001 experienced teacher and coach at
SMeioBeach nk Gulf Coast Junior College. Fee for
e', 7 o. k' .. .-- -the course includes $10.00 for the
Fir oyed a tool shed coufste registration, which includes
behind -ie of Mr. and Mrs. all materials and equipment. Regis-
Losto er at Mexico Beach tration will be at the office of Con
Sunday _i&oon. Port St. Joe's tintingEducation, Gulf Coast Jun-
volunteer fire department was ior -Oge 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p m.
called to the Carter hoine abou, or tilie first class meeting in
3:00 p.m. wheil the flames bega- Por Joe tomorrow.
Thetfire isbelievedthoushave Equipment and balls will be sup-
started from a sir.&li a battery plied by Gulf Coast Junior College
charger which in the' tool if participants do not have their
hed .. ,ii ..,'- ow .J
Ai.e- ,-v ** ,
Gardening In Florida
by HERVEY SHARPE
University of Florida
Pine trees have high moral stan-
dards. That is, they don't shed their
clothes in the fall. This virtue will
appeal to those who hate raking
Pines also help you sigh in re-
lief because they do their best
not to litter your lawn. To prove
it listen carefully and you'll not
only hear sighs but distinct whis-
When checking sounds of pines
refrain from entering in their
conversations or the neighbors will
begin checking on the price of a
Trees Have Morals...
However, neighbors will.agree,. iper, a rather low, flat-growing -
if you' tell them that pines beauti- type; Japanese juniper, one of the
fy add dignity and furnish a fil- best prostrate forms; and the com-rn
If your lot is in need of one of of the older homestead-type gard- U
these qualities, then consider the eners. 1
slash pine. The -longleaf pine is The junipers are Valuable corni-
,fine except it grows more slowly.' fers because of the great variety i .
The season for planting bare- of types as well as the shades of,
rooted seedlings is in winter, but green that are available. These
nurserymen sell potted pine that shades of color permit the devel-
can be planted at any time. *'opment of many effects impossi- .
The uses of pines are many. But ble with other plant materials.
in general, ioate themess speci. The arborvitae are possibly the
men piantingkin the front yard or most familiar of the conifers be- o 'm e' IFir A
as background and framework cause they have been favorite Wi t U
plantings' around home. plants for ages. There are two | |
There;'are scores of other con- groups-.American and Oriental. W i i U S *
ifers that you may consider in The American arborvitae group
landscape g .~ e ioinmstead. contains many desirable kinds of
If youi fear opieal storms and coniferous plant material. A tour There's never any unnecessary
iate. March win,.Opant Australian of your local nurseryman's sales waiting here to have your prescriptions
pipes. These fast-growing trees yard will give you an idea of how filled That's because dispensing
soon form a winidbreak that will these plants will look in your yard. medicine Is our first order of business.
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However, some utility departments iihtal arborvitaes include: Aurea .. .. .
frown on planting these trees, as -"golden yellow in spring; Bever- precription promptly, accurately,
they are a menace to power lines. leyensis-pyramidal, leaves golden with only the finest of pharmaceuticals.
The three araucarias, commonly yellow; compacta-dwarf and com-
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Puzzle and Norfolk Island pine, are yellow, suffused with green; stric- Gifts- Cameras Cosmetics Fragrances -
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dream plant. It forms'a beautiful ful green foliage; Blue-green--- 2 FREE PARKING SPACES AT REAR OF S
pyramidal green .foliage tree that strong grower with a foliage that
can be used as a single specimen retains its bluish-green c o 1 or i
or in groups. The plant can also be through-out all season of the year. S m ith S P h a rm
used as screens and windbreaks. Conifers are favorite, of'many..
The pl.nt has one failing-it likes because once well established, these John Robert Smilth, Pharmaceutical Chem
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They are ideal plants' for both
On the other hand, the callitris busy young folks and retired gar-
robusta will thrive on poor sand deners.
dunes and .upland sands of south
Florida. This plant, also makes a
There are several species of.
Juitfperus, of which red cedar is
a type, that can be used in land-
scaping your home. Some of the
most important, including red ce-
dar, are: Chinese Juniper, of com-
pact pyramidical form; Pfitzer jun-
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Low Mileage Cars All loaded w'th extras for more driving contfort o
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AG S THE STAR, Port St.jo0, cPrW h THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,.1970
nel at lesa than $60.
S. Gulf County School
Conner Minumizes Danger From Part inSate's"Tor
Gulf County school children be-
-U!nn ntween the ages of 9 and 15 years of
MercryFound In Florida Fish
I age, agewill draw "Why I like to live
.. '.in Florida and in particular why
TALAaTEFmafll traces of of State Department o Aricul- voters could frighten fish onsum Conner's remarks came five. days Gulf County" and take part in
merury have been found in sev- e. ers, it is important for Floridians after a news release by K. K. Huff- "The Tom Sawyer Project".
.&al species o"fmarketable ish sold "We have been aware of mer- t'r kiow that the Dertment f statler of the Department of Air
throughout Florida but consumers'cu in our environment because Agricultre,and Consumer Services and Water Pollution Control whichI The dating will be on masonite
should not tfearfu because te it as ways been there through has been performing trace.mercury told of a small trace omercury th8' e 67 ox 8' square (s to be painted
traces are not armfnul., Commi- natural geological processes-and analyses for several weeks. I found in a small sampling of fish o rh7cs by two students, from
soner of A tre Doyle Con- it always will be with us," he said. "Fish has been and will contin- from the Fenholloway River and ic by tw students, from
n der. d this.week. "However, we. shall continue to ue to be an excellent source of near Port St. Joe. i, in creatively expressing their joy
." d sumerq should be aware of search for any industrial sources protein and other nutritional com- ffstater's reinarks were asfor living through art. The display
alariists .who would use labora- that woula affect our food Infor- ponents for the human diet. ed on findings of a doctorate st- will be attachedto the construc-
tory studies for extreme purposes, nation on this will be passed on "My staff has been joned bye dent at Florida State dUniovrsity, tion fence surrounding gthe build-
Conner sai in- Detroit, Mich., to agencies responsible for regu- Department of Natural Resourc Anders Andren. Andre stated that ing of the new Capitol in Tallahas-
where he is attending the annualI lasting the industries concerned., staff for some! time in obtaining thing was dconslusive that the see and will be on exhibit for ap.
meeting of the National Association "But because would-be panicpro- samples offresh and salt water thing was meriusry ivwere thso minute seeproximately three years.
and Jacksonville. they could have come from his lab-
,W and Jacksonville. noan d tg r rato, and t o es rather The Gulf County Art Council
"We have found nothing alanrm- the fis. i takemet on September 17 at the Staff
ig, All 'previous knowledge of a lot morechecking tobe conclu Development Center and plans are
Fish and seawater composition has give," Anders said underway iin all schools to partici-
*^ f ^ ^ If been used ih this study. Isolated "' '' Pate
'samples show higher' traces than Huffstatler said the mercury
"- -- other. We kow, there are highs, evenly was containe d in mud 'Florida's Tom won't see the
AB U ,T ..low and medians in samples, from paper mill outfall, since mills fence they're painting. They will
SA K GOD Conner said. in these areas used mercury in do the artwork in their classrooms
.. Many variables are involved in their,manufacuing process up un- and, the finished panels will be
sampling and species to complicate, til 1960 Whei its use was 'discon- sent to Tallahassee for installation
Sa situation of this sort, but we tinued, He also pointed out the on the fence surrounding the new
Don't feel there is 'any danger. mercury could'have washed down- legislative office building construe.
T e llIt- e I Is "-, Ie lare checkie g into every ie am frontim f saying operations, tion. ,
:t f Composed by Ralph Carmichael and Kutt Kaiser potential source to determine the in aur also an 'agent was just more expedient for
cause of any- possible contain n agriculturalspra them to do it at home and ship
tion. The consuming public is as- t an rate, according to Con
Su sued that sampling will be contin- ner's statement, his department
Presented by the Youth U horae ued," Conner said. knew of the mercury presence and CLASSIFIED ADS
.; has declared that 'there is not Midget investment witli
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Panama City, Florida enough of the chemical present to Giant RernsWl
\0o ia R IS ianworry about.
0. Errol Simmons, Dir ctr Fred Conral, Planst Florida' lg it s worry about. ,
Popular With Gi's
LONG AVENUE 'BAPTIST CHURCH .The Forida flag program for
military personnel serving in Viet ,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 8:00 P.M. nam has mushroomed, with demand 'e' oe
m -: Hi H continuing to outstrip supply. I i.t .g. 01
SLieutenant Governor Ray 6. Os- l ..
Sborne, head of the Florida Depart- C -o O t p 0 1 C10"
Thank You for Your
In My Bid for Election
For fair and Honest Representat'on ELECT
Lamar Da is
District Nole T
Yor Vote and Support Will Be
GULF COUNTY COMMITTEE
GUIDANCE and COUNSELLING, Inc.
DIAGNOSTIC and CONSELLING
i Available to citizens of Gulf County on a weekly
Appointments'will b'e theld-every Tuesday by the
professional services of Susan Conley, PhD, Clinical
Services will be available to both children and
adults. A fee will be charged 'based upon professional
time expenditure aid dienit income level. No referral
is necessai-ry but an appointment time must'be secured.
Any. individual with school problems, behavior
problems, emotional disturbances, or persons with
marital, problems would be appropriate. candidates
for this service,
For Appointment Scheduling, Please Call .
This Message Sponsored by
Florida First National Bank
SatTPort ,St. Joe
-Member: Florida National Group and FDIC
ment of Commerce (FC), the state
agency charged with administering
the flag program, announced. thi
week that within the past '30 days,
37 Florida state flags have been
sent to Vietnam at a cost of $222.
Osborne made another appeal to
veterans, civic and fraternal or,
ganizations to contribute either
money or flags so the FDC can
continue its overseas distribution
of Florida state flags. .
The Department of Commerce Is
prohibited by'laW from purchasingg
the Ifags and has set up a trust
fund to receive' donations. Labor
organizations in Florida have thus
far contributed the most to the
FDC Florida flag trust fund.
Those wishing to contribute to
the flag fund should .contact Allen
Robinson at the 'Department of
Commerce. The 3' x 5' flags cost
about $5.77 each in lots of 100.
[ Teaching moral, values in this
crazy,,mixed up world-that is the
rewarding, role of the Girl Scout
leader. If you'd like to give some
volunteer, time where the results
'count for the future, contact your
Girl Scout Council now.' Call Mrs.
Baynard Malone at 227-5536.
s As "Am IU U M 330U1
%llllUIII I I UIVIIIl "TheyU' nave to scrounge it up
somewhere," Mooney said. "It's
SSawyer Project" not in normal county funds,'
When Tom Sawyer whitewash
it up here," commented Depart- ed the fence, just about any kid
ment of Education consultant Neil who came along could get in on
Mooney. the fun. But, Tom Sawyer project
"Yo get a thousand little chil- participation will be limited to two
dren running around, and these in each county.
big piledrivers going-it could "We'll leave it up to the local
drive a contractor up the wall," people how they want to do it, but
he said. w, Ie suggested to the local people
Christian's letter to art superin- that they do not make a contest of
tendents estimated the cost of it," Mooney said.' "We definitely
painting each eight foot square pa- don't want it to be competition."
THANK YOU CITIZENS of GULF COUNTY
For your vote of confidence in my bid to be-
come your Gulf County School Board member, Dis-
trict No. 1 in the September 8 primary.
I sincerely ask for your continuing support
in the September 29 primary.
Danny C. Brogdon
VOTE FOR and ELECT ,
DANNY C. BROGDON
To GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
District Number 1
SUBJECT TO THE SEPTEMBER, PRIMARIES I
Your Vote and Support Will Be
Your State Representative, District 8
i m I i
On September 29 Vote; For
To Be Your
and MAN IN TALLAHASSEE
I _I: __
THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Fla. 32456THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1970 PAGE SEVEN
NJOY THE BEST MEAT IN TOWN-
SBEEF STEAK BONANZA
SEPTEMBER 24, 25 and 26
(Limit Bights Reserved)
FRESH 3-DOWN TENDER-PIG
Jackson Hot and-Mild Roll Jackson Tenderized
Sausage b. 49c Ham Steak -
Bob White Sliced
Bacon ---- lb. 69c
Fresh Ga. Orade "A"
Large Hens lb. 39c
Butt or Shank Porthi
Whole or Half
ROUND STEAK lb. $1.09
For Tender Broiling
SAVOY BROIL 'lb. 99c
SIRLOIN STEAK lb. $1.09
CUBED STEAK fb. $1.09
lb. 69c STEW BEEF ....l--b. 79c
lb. 49c RIB STEW b. 39c,
lb. 59c STEW BEEF ---- lb. 29c
TOP ROUND .b. $1.19
ROUND 'STEAK Ib. $1.49
RIB EYE 'STEAKS Ib. $1.79
STRIP STEAKS lb. $1.79
RUMP ROAST -------b. 89c
POT ROAST --- Ib. 79c
OVENROAST--- lb. $1.09
RUMP ROAST -- b. $1.09
ROUND ROAST ---- b. $1.39
This Week Get Your Sheffield Serenade
Each week apiece of Seraenade .. delightful new
dinnerware will be featured for just 9c. For each
$7.50 grocery purchases, you are entitled to one piece
at this low price. There's no limit with a $15.00
purchase you can get two pieces and so on. With Every
1st, 6th, llth week Reg. 99c With $7.50 Order
DINNER PLATE 9c
" ^j2nd, 7th, 12th week Reg. 59c With $7.50 Order
DESSERT DISH 9c
3rd, 8th, 13th week Reg. 79c With $7.50 Order
I COFFEE CUP 9c
4th, 9th, 14th Week Reg. 59c With $7.50 Order
5th, 10th. 15th Week Reg. 59c With $7.50 Order
Bread and Butter IPLATE 9c
ROBIN HOOD PLAIN or SELF RISING
CAMPBELL'S TOMATO ..
LIMIT One with $10.00 or More Purchase
SELECTED SPECIALS -
Yellow Rose AJAX Giant Bottle
Cake Mix 3 B-xes 89c Liquid Cleaner 56c
Monarch -46 Ounce Can
Monarch 14 Ounce Bottle
Tomato Catsup 25c
Monarch Halved or Sliced 29 Oz. Cans
Peaches 3 Cans $1.00
Carnation 16 oz. jar
Coffee Mate 99c
White or Assorted 200 Ct. Boxes
Kleenex 4 or $1.00
10 Ib. bag 59c
French Country Style
16 oz. box 49o
Georgia Grade 'A' LARGE
EGGS 2. $1.19
Georgia Grade 'A' SMALL
EGGS 3 DOZ.- $1.09
Dairy Foods Department
8 Ounce Cans Ballard Sweet Milk or Buttermilk
4 pak. ctn. 35c
Pillsbury extra light 8 oz. cans
4 pak ctn. 47
1 Ib. carton | 7
ULTIMATE HOLD Compare at $1.50
S A BATH SIZE 1 C
SOAP -. Ic.
7 ct. pkg.
Compare at $1.29
Compare at 65c
Frozen Foods Department -
Blue Bird Frozen Orange Juice or Minute Maid
6 pak. ctn. 88C
Patio Frozen Mexican
15 oz. package 6o
Sea Pak Frozen
14 oz. package 68O
DISCOUNT PRICES ON ALL HEALTH and BEAUTY AIDS
Spray 8n- 9C
12 Oz. Bottle
12 Oz. Bottle
12 Oz. Bottle
-' YOUR PLEASE RE IS
Rutabagas lb. 10c
Compliment with pepper sauce
THE SI AR. Port St. Joe, la. 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1970
CLARA PATE WINS THE FIRST PRIZE
Miss Clara Pate 'was presented with this firm. The ice box was the i
camper ice box Monday by Frank McDbnald, of promotion. Miss Pate exclaimed
West Florida Gas Company, as the grand prize in thing I ever won in all my life!
a month-long promotion sponsored by the local
_ --.-.-...-- F
GULF COUNTY MEN'S LEAGUE
Some good bowling is taking
place so far this early season as
the events went as follows:
Lanes 1 and 2 had Campb~el's
Drug taking three points from 13
Mile Oyster Company. Ralph Ward
led Campbell's with his big 580
series and 229 game. For 13 Mile
it was Wayne Ward with a 486 ser-
On lanes 3 and 4, Hess Oil and
Basic Magnesia split, each taking
two games. Jerry Colvin was again
the -big gun for Hess Oil with al
540 series and 222 game but re-
ceived help from team mate Da-
Ivid Roche who rolled a 506 series.
David Lee again led Basic with a
first. prize in the
d, "That's the first
400. leader for Shirt and Trophy with
Shirt and Trophy Center battled very good series of 561 and 22
with Team No. 4 on lanes 5 and game while Joe Davis added a 51
6 with Shirt and Trophy taking all e
four points. Jim Beaman was the series and 214 game. Leon Polloc
led Team No. 4 with a 440 series.
Lanes 7 and 8 had Costin's De-
partment Store taking all four
points from Team No. 1, with Ash-
ley Costin leading the team with a
491 series. High man for Team 1
was Ricky Armstrong with a 450.
Standings W L
/Shirt, and Trophy--------_ 7 1
Costin's 7 1
Hess Oil 5 3
Basic Magnesia __----- 4 3
Campbell Drugs ----4 4
13 Mile Oyster Co. -------2 6
Team No. 4 1 7
Team No. 1 1 7
LADIES' WINTER LEAGUE
In the Gulf County Ladies' Win-
ter League last week, Williams Al-
ley Kats took three games from
Swatts Motors on lanes 1 and 2.
Eleanor Williams was high for the
Alley Kats with a game of 158 and
series of 406. Doris Strickland had
high game of 14f for the losers
and Patsy Cooley the high series
of 374. .
On lanes 3, and 4, St. Joe Kraft
took all four games from Basic.
Krafter Ruby Lucas had high game
of 160 and high series of 471. El-
len Sidwell had high game of 153
for Basic and Greta Freeman high
series of 398.
On lanes 5 and 6, Florida Nation-
al Bank took all four games from
St. Joe Furniture. Christine Light.
foot's high game of 166 and Lois high for Wewa Bank with a 393. thes made the 4-10 split. She is also
Smith's high series of 479 was a Glidden and 13 Mile Oyster Co. on Pates' team.
big help for the bankers. Dot Hamm split the four games with two each Gail Hinote bowled the all-over
of St. Joe Furniture had high game on lanes 5 and 6. Gail Hinote bowl- high series with a 469, and the
of 1P0 and high series of 407. ed high series for Glidden with 469 high individual-game score of 178.
On lanes 7 and 8, the St. Joe and Ola Jean Silva with a 448 ser- (Div. A) W L
Stevedores won all four games ies. standings 5 8
from AN Railroad. Melba Barbee Dairy Burger and Pate's bowled Glidden 4 4
had high game of 169 and high on lanes 7'and 8 with Dairy Bur- 13 ]ile 4 4
series of 466 for the winners. Mar- ger taking three games to Pates' Dairy Burger 3 5
guerite Whitehurst had high game one. Evelyn Smith took high ser- Pate's Shell
of 148 and high series of 367 for ies for Dairy Burger with a 465 Standings (Div. B) W L
the losers, and picked up the 5-10 split in the Wewa Bank ------------ 7 1
Standings W L process. Ruby Lucas bowled high Sears 5 3
StFla. Nat. Banks W8 L series for Pate with a 465. She pick- Carps 3 5
St. Joe Kraft 8 0 ed up the 6-10-7 split. Brenda Ma- Roche's 1 7
St. Joe Stevedores ------5 3
Swatts Motor Co. ------- 4 4
St. Joe Furniture ----- 3 5
Williams Alley Kats -- -- 3 5
Basic Magnesia ----- 1 7
AN Railroad 0 8
The Ladies Morning Bowling
League met Tuesday at St. Joe
On lanes 1 and 2, Carps took
three games to Roche's one with
Lois Smith bowling high for Carps
with a 452 series. Jo Ann Wuthrich
was high for Roche's with a 336
On lanes 3 and 4, Sears played
Wewa Bank with Wewa Bank tak-
ing three games to Sears one. Bet-
ty Barbee was high for Sears with
a 334 series and Ann Suber, bowled
A Far Shake
For The Consumer
HE WILL FIGHT FOR
SInstalling a "Consumer Action Line" so the public can call
complaints directly to Tallhassee without coat.
* Re-examining telephone nd utility rates, to insure fair rate an
equality of service for all.
A consumerrepresenative to conduct independent investigations
and report all findings to the public.
* Making the Utility Companies provide quality service without
harming our natural environment.
* More open bearings, on weekends and nights, letting the
workingman and housewife participate in discussion involving
WILSON WRIGHT WILL BE THE CONSUMERS VOICE
ON THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
YOU-CAN'T 00WRONG VATH
PAID F'OR SY CMWMGH TR~EASURER
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DEM.
SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT
SEPTEMBER 29, 1970
To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot make a
cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for
whom you desire to vote.
Governor and Lieutenant Governor
(Vote for Group)
JACK M. ECKERD
ROBERT H. (BOB) ELROD I
for Lieutenant Governor
CLAUDE R. KIRK, JR.
for Lieutenant Governor
SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT
SEPTEMBER 29, 1970
To Vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot make a
RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.
United States Senator
(Vote for One) State House
Governor and Lieutenant Governor
(Vote for Group)
for Lieutenant Governor
GEORGE G. TAPPER
for Lieutenant Governor
(Vote for One)
ROBERT L. SHEVIN
Commissioner, Florida Public
Service Commissmon, Group 2
(Vote for One)
WTTX.TAM IA -, (RTT.1 ARV
WILSON W. WRIGHT r I
cross (X) in the square at the
Dte for One)
JOHN ROBERT MD)DTXVilMA4
WILLIAM J. (BILLY) RISH
State House of Representatives
Ninth House District
(Vote for One)
WAYNE A. BROWN
District Number Two
(Vote for One)
JIMMY H. HELMS
Board of Public Instruction
District Number One
(Vote for One)
:DANNY ,Q. BROGDON -
WILLIAM ROEMER, SR. I
To My Friends In Gulf County:
S. for your vote of confi-
dence in re-electing me your
County Commissioner in Dis-
Thank you and God bless you.
YOUR AMERICAN HERITAGE,
PROTECT YOUR FREEDOM BY EXERCISING YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE
FOR THE CANDIDATE OF YOUR CHOICE. SPEAK OUT AND LET
AMERICA HEAR YOU OR- THERE MAY COME A DAY WHEN THE
CHOICE WILL NOT BE YOURS.
Florida First National Bank
Member: Florida Nati POnal Group of Banks andT FD
Member: Florida National Group of Banks and FDIC
* : *1- .\,. .
wW' F-T w pv v Mww'%, -
I"Super-Right" Corn Fed WeStern Pork .
E^, Boston ButtsL 49
"Super Righf" SHOULDER ,
ALE! PorklSteaks 59
...L B. 49c
.$1.39 'ANNPAGE (Limit w/$5.o more order) EXTRA SPECIAL!
10-112 Ox. C
kg. 69 Tomato
GELATIN DESSERT EXTRA SPECIAL.
Jell 0 ASSORTE 10.3-Ox. 909
:LAVOR 59 CASLPkg ,.
KA LEENEX PAPER SA
Swoutique and Jumbo
TLBuIssBoutique Print 2 Roll
I or Deep Color Pkgs.
iiNapks 0for 2 c
if $5. or more food order excluding cigaretteArmour Canned 5 oz. Vienna Sausage or 51/2 oz.
Drive Detergent 59 POTTED MEAT 4/D1.00:
A&P CHILLED EXTRA SPECIAL! Ann Page Pancake and
Orange Juicei 2. 59 WAFFLE SYRUP 2z 49o
Orange. *n ed 2 Special!
V-8 JUICE ...
Dal Mone Light,
, 46 oz. qC
1 2 off .abel Pillsbury Extra Light
I' i PANCAKE MIX o
W' W A6with Thi$ 9, C without coupon ,
;M bl -L Coupon Good Thr Sop,. 27, 1970
Jane Parker -Deicious
6 -O COUPON ANDPcViTilleOPO NDP STAMPS iB
Si.e Bug Bomb 3 9- 1' m1 Insect Spray : 1.C75C
Scoogood Hin Sept. 27, 1970, 9-U-70 couroPgood thru Sept. 27, 1970 9-26-70
Ismailuia -bonom," rna n
Prices in this Ad are
good through Satur-
day, September 26,
1970. If unable to
purchase any adver-
tised item, please re-
quest a rain check...
iL BL -11U
WI COUPON AND UCAS9 STAMPS
SImperial Reg. I.
:Margarine c." 51c
[I Mo o.,~, 9o 5 97 -..o
W h"'Ohe Sea Light
SChunk Tuna Sc
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32454 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1970 PAGE NINE
' "Super-Right" Delicious Lamb
"Super-Right" Delicious Lamb
"Super-Right" Fully Cooked Shank Half or
All.ood Sugar Cured -
SLICED BACON ,,,.
Copeland's All Meat
SLICED BOLOGNA P
. ap'n. John's Frozen Fried
FISH FILLETS', "
Fresh Ripe Delicious .Special!
'Fresh Ripe Special!
Potatoes...10 ;. 59c
'COOL QUIET WONDERFUL
Natural gas air conditioners, now available in
"home-size" units, provide quieter, longer last-
ing, safer, more economical and trouble-free
climate control at moderate cost. And with
special year-round heating-cooling rates, you'll
find gas air conditioning cheapest as well as
best! Call for a free survey and estimate!
"Your Natural Gas Servant"
St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
114 Monument Ave. Phone 229-3831
~-~ aC~~4-SAVE 7c '
VA-i-- t ., iA- ,4~
S w Sheriff's Boy's Ranch
LIVE OAK 'The Florida
S. iSheriff's Boys Ranch will throw a
Party to celebrate, its 13th birth-
day on Sunday, October 4, and th
public is invited.
K ITCH E N A free barbecue will be served at
12:30 p.m.; and a special chapel
C A T T R service will follow at 1:30 pn. with
CHA TTER. i ..oe.w es oow .,,-o ++, ,
l State Representative Ed Blackburn,
B Flr :Pw: Corp .rao Jr., of Tampa, as the featured
By The Florida Power Corporatin e s. re srv
Her a v ne ad speaker. Blackburn formerly serv-
e -a very f recipe to add ed asSheriff of Hillsborough Coun.
to your treasured recipes for the t and a th ft
ever popular Fondue pot or your et o f ^ sthe Bost c ,
electric rypan. of the Bs Ranch.
BEEF FONDUE WITH BERNAISE Visitors will have an opportunity
SAUCE | to inspect facilities valued at over
2 pounds beef sirloin, cut into 1' $2 million, including a new 100,000
cubes e gallon elevated water tank, and a
1 cup butter just completed "radio shack" for
2 cups salad bil the amateur radio club.
Arrange cubes of meat on a large 'Located on the Suwannee River
serving platter. Garnish platter nine miles north of Live Oak, the
with parsley sprigs. In an electric Boys Ranch is a home for needy
Buffet Server heat the butter and and worthy youngsters. It is spon-
oil to 300 degrees F. Long handled scored by the Florida Sheriffs As-
forks should be provided for guests, sociation and supported entirely by
Spear meat with fork and cook in voluntary contributions.
Ihot. fat. until browned and desired The Sheriffs Association has al-
doneness. Takes 'approximately 3 so cl f rtered The Florida, Sheriffs
minutes to s have meat done to me- Girls Villa, a similar institution for
Sodium doneness stage. Meat should girls, anid is looking for a suitable
be turned often. Serve with Ber- building site.
naise Sauce. Meat will serve ap-
proximately 8. Cook over LOW heat, stirring con-'
BERNAISE SAUCE stantly until mixture thickens.
3 tablespoons tarragon vinegar Makes about 1 cup. (Recipe may be,
3 tablespoons water doubled.),
1 small onion, sliced 14" thick Serve the Bernaise Sauce in a
4 egg yolks serving bowl. Guests then dip the
% teaspoon salt pieces of meat into the sauce, or
1/8 teaspoon paprika serve a small amount in individual
% cup butter bowls' to each guest.
SIn a small saucepan bring' the -
water, vinegar and onions to a boil.
Discard onions. Beat eggs slightly MSed WILLIAM H. (BILL)
in a small bowl. Gradually stir in
some of the vinegar mixture in or- R I v rii
der to partially cook the egg. Grad- 9
ually pour egg mixture into the
remaining vinegar mixture' in. the PUB.SERY. COMM.
saucepan. Add salt and paprika pd. pol. adv. G. carefoot, Tre.
4 ct '.' 70
Klrm, lt -1 :F- t- -, Ko
Banquet held in Gainesville recent-
ly. The service' each year honors
Sits employees, whose services in
Immediate Coverage Nowr f or Floods
Garrett was awarded in reco-I
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue
Drive-In Window Service
- _. Plenty of Fr e Parking
I SAW IT IN THE ST A
,r r "
A IAVE MADE YOU. A eQ
'b 4iodrdless of rumors, uns bstantiatcF' s
i'. r.es the most important .actor inh.hisJ.
N 'THE BASIC ISSUES IN THEt LAST, St.SS
SS YOU DON'T LIKE THE -S
I f N iNNIER DID I. I voted against the Legisgi
to uphold the Governor's veto.
2 0, YOU DON'T LIKE THE $
CANE POLE FISHING LICENSE
NEITHER DID II I Voted against the $3.00
and 'will vote to repeal it.
0O, Y DON'T LIKE THE-
3. "CALIFORNIA INSURANCE PL
NEITHER DID I! In the last Legislative S
the "California Plan" anif I will vote to ab
4 SO, YOU DON'T LIKE HIGH I
;NEITHER DO I! In he last Session, I cons,
0* *0 .. "
The official record in the House Journal and
I want to continue to represent you in Tall
that my record and my performance wai
BAY, GULF and CALHOUN C
The U. S. Department of Hous-
ing and Urban Development an-'
nounced this week that local pro-
perty and casualty Lagents can
start selling HUD. national flood
insurance in Port Sti. oe immed-
The National Flood, Insurers
Association has designated the
Travelers Indemnity Co., 1516
East Colonial Drive,. Orlando, as,
the servicing company for the
City of Port St. Joe. Agents
should contact this company
immediately to obtain policy
forms, rates, flood 'insurance-
manuals and any other neces-
come effective, after a 15-day
waiting period. ar
Besides providing coverage ,G rre| Honored Conservation t
against loss, the Federal flood
insurance program helps pro-
mote sound flood plain manage- Wiley C. Garrett, District Con-1 Blountstown, was honored at an
ment and land use control. Mr. servationist, with headquarters in | annual Soil and Water Conservation
Bernstein explained that "in be- I
coming eligible for food insur-
ance, communities pledge to
'adopt land use and control mea- IT'S EA
sures, which vary according to
the characteristics and specific ORDER BY PHO
flood threat &f the individual F S
community. These measures.are e a r s410 Reid Avenue
generally designedtoguide fu-41 idAvenue
ture development away, from
flood, hazard areas and .set con-
nation of performance substantially
exceeding the requirements of his
position as District ConservationistL
of Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf and Lf-I
berty Counties. He was presented"
the Service's certificate of merit
and a cash award.
... TRY IT!
Port St. Joe, Florida
According tofederal urce struction standards such as. min.
s ao n e imum foundation and floor ele. A ENTION SEARS BUYERS!
Administrator 'George S e -'v ATTENTION' SEARS BUYERS!
stein, "now that the community o imber of flood
has established its eligibility, Te
homeowners and ow', ers of prone U. S. Compunites eligible Compare Our Catalog Prices With Sears Retail Prices Before
h en n"w Bo O 2 .i n h You Buy ,FoD finite "Savings!
Softi ia 'Official maps identifying the..,. '
insurance 'protection." He point- O. i ia maif.. idntufyngte+
ed out that an a U. S. proper- area in which flood insurance
tydamage result from nar- may be purchased can be exam-.
al: disasters averges $I billion- ined at the Offie of the City
and that about 5,00 communities Clerk in the Port St. JoeCity JfOr:stop in -our. stl u
inthe nation have some kind of i, s pie '
ino threa. lood insurance polices may
flood threat. mal
' ~'he National Flood Insurance be purchased from yb2r local
Act of 1968 specifies that any-, property and casualty agents and '.,2 2 7
Sone who does not choose'to buy ".._. -: i
/ flood insurance in a community ..
which is eligible will.not be able Yoth Pro m At
tq.get Federal financial disaster 410 REID AVENUE : :
aid for flood losses that occur': ptit B6 MISSion
after one year from the date S Wil Be Available eek n Oct
this community became eligible',. CahaBaps I3stsSuWeek,..ionlofOber
to the extent that the loss would The Baptist Student Union of- .
have been covered by flood in- Gulf Coast Junior.College will ..
surance, present a special music program Cw"
Insurance policies issued thru tomorrow night at' 7:00 p.mn at
October 11 will be effectively the Baptist Chapel on St. Joe
immediately al tlued. Insurance. Beach.l h p program Wd t illo be b esy L s A d s
Spur hased a#t* the first 30 days' Peciallyqriented tothe youth ;' i
,of m ii -the area. ^ .. b e G e d
SEveryone is invitedto attend. "
Following the program a beach .
.l I '* *party with' game's and'refetsh-' 'r i Rs: 0:-I f
" ; mentkswillbe provided for all v "eds r e
young peope. e'* 1
S'' FOR' SALE:- 3 bedroom house at FOR Alt CONDITIONING- and ap-
SharksKlin 206 10th, Street. $4,000 down, pliance reair call 2-923. BICYCLE REPAIRS
'' A+! -Sk3 i nllln +. in. owner will finance balance. Write I RRUILT I e S
0' Ait *1 "; _"'Ms. Charles Gill, 1269 McLendoni FOR SALE: Trombone. In good -e-,n e '
S(Cnnu AvI., Atlanta, Gd. 30307. Itc condition. PhoT48-4265. tp Tke In trad.
.Connued From Aage ,U., .New and Used,
SALE: 6 lots with 3 bedroom. SKATING: Tuesday30 p.m. to JOHNNIE'S TRIM SHOP
Langston who picked off a. a ll', % Good aen spot. At ,104th St. Ph. 27-2001
S ..tor aerial. Chuck Robert White ty. Near Assembly of God at S G.. as- e : u er
A T E..... AT V tossed a lonog pas on his first Chrch. $6,00. First come gets it. pri t
REP S Mmlig, Rt 1, Bqx8, We- .. W ANTMO BUY: od u"ed corn
Gator Alfped Forehand .on the" ped tr, pee ear ,- Dg-
1 d minute Shark 20. Curtis' Branch carried FOR ,PALEt 2 bedroom block Hasbeen us d yve m bbe SEPTIC IANKS pumped out CaH
,o O F I VOTE to the eight, then to the four, tus ity and storage rooms, ho,,s. Wayne KUy, 3,..Bo t. .riffi. Phone 2-27.
.p -" where the Shark defense stop- Huntr Crce. haor ec3a3d 12 RESEARCH l e ervie w-
.Hunter Circle.Phone 227-3346. 2t RESEARCH lIRfnoediu~ervew
ped the only serious Gator threat ers for part ttme e g tele- WANTEb God rfri
of the night. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1309 phone work. Short term ssignment. E f rator o.
Y Midway in the last period, Aene. Phone 227- 13 No sen ful Center.Phone
SNorrisngstonbroke loose' f or. 3ot Ple n 4 CLERK WANTED: Male.
as R rg I voted his long 60 yard run onlyjto have FOR SALE:2 b lo red.bPlerase malOr repaeri pcehelpful. ;Apply
and se et and 1& ,nunher, county and q'A leaia pRcrsen
t it nullified by a Shark offside dit staed ,7thS 22e 0a7. td o RESEA CH '- t David Rich at Ri s
.. penalty. 'The Gators recovered 22, Silver Springs, Md. 20907. ,It9
the Sharks only fumbleof the FOR SALE: 8 room house on two DUCE safe and fast with Go-
4., lots. 1 comer lot and house fn bese ,Tablets and E-Vap "water
ght on the next play, then lost nhed. Across hw. in front LAIES ps". pe's Drug
"; "N their, advantage when 'Charles 'school in Wewhitehka. Mrs. Rosa I am now servicing igs nd n /"- ...
Britt intercepted Pete Rhames' Ste'ens. tfc5-21 hair pieces in my home. It I GH*FATIGUE with Zippies, the
'; toss. t b t paou have huma.tn hair wr.syn- 9,Preat pill. Only $1.08. Ca -
Cane' P l.i .g License toss w theist play by the. Ga- FOR RENT: Beach front cottage. tic which you ,would .i's ,pro. 2tonw.
'Can Pg Lcense tors. With 2:58 left on the clock St. Joe Beach. bedrooms with to have serviced q u4ely .t' ,W
SShackleford ran for ,34 yards to automatic washer and carport., Wa- low prices w D:,. Prt -time secretary
the Gator one yard line Whit- ter furnished. Phone 648-4860. CALL 229-3311 or 2274153 or elurdh. Send name address,
,. a "tfc-9-24 9-24 JANICE STOKE'S tfe. Pa gbe number to box 266, Port St.
tie dove over for-the score and ItJoe. tfc-B-3
."., ', ,. '".. Lawrence Bowen carried the ball FOR RENT; Furnished apartments -- \ ...C s a ..
over for the two point conversion, and trailer space. Bo's Wimico THE COTTAGE SHOPPE, your lo- REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
Sa Lodge, White City. Phone 229-2410. cal dealer for PHENTEX YARN Bese Tablets and E-Vap "water
AN giving:the Sharks a 24-0 victory. tfc-8-13 has a large selection of yamn for W' CAMPBELL'S DRUG. 8-7'
YARDS1TICK your knitting and crochet needs.
session, voted to abolish PSJ Wewa FOR RENT: Apartment. 5108th- We have many, gift items at the TREE SERVICE: Trees taken dow
lish it in the future. First Downs'--------- 12 6 St. Phone Jean Arnold, 648-4800.. COTTAGE SHOPPE, red and white and removed or trimmed. Call
Yarshds.Rushig-- 179 63 FOR RENT: Furnished beach cot building on Hiway 98, Beacon Hill. 653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola.
A Passs 1 Phoane 227-3491 or 227-8496. tf-8-13 WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy.
TAXES Passes--- --5-12 4-11 press lumber, 2x4 to 2x12, nos. FPOR
Interceptions 2 2 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished 1 and 2. 1x4 through 1x12 mostly
istently voted against apy ,Punts 2-34 2-24 apartment, downstairs. 522% Third no. 2. Pine lumber, paints, hard. AMBULANCE SERV.CS
umblesSt. Phone 227-8642. tfe ware and appliances. PRIDGEON -
Fumbles Lost" '. 1 2 S P ,BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitch. In Wewaltchka and
Port St. Joe _- 16 0 0 8-24 FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house. Ap- ka. tfc-6-11
SWewahitchk... 0 0 0 o 0 ply at Smith's Pharmiacy. Phone Port St. Joe
227-5111. tfe-9-17 +FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call CALL -
TRAILER FOR RENT: Furnished Emory Stephens. Free estimate
not rumors speaks fr I A with heater and air conditioned. GlYtwt on labor and materials. Comforter Funeral Home
not rumors speks or Would like to rent to- couple -or Low down payment Phone 227.
S single person. Can be seen at Cantfc 2273511SI
White City. Call 229-2103. _
ahsse atFOURTEENTH JUDICIAL equity and assume payments of RAY'S TRIM SHOP C.P. ere e
h s TandE CsRubmtIT COTU RT FOR SALE: 2 bedroom trailer, $300 Our Number Has Been Changed C P. Ethe'rd
ahassee,and submitOFTHE STATE $60 per month, or $2800 cash. Ca Complete Upholstery Service 18 Third Street
ontiued OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR 229-4261 after 4:00 p.m. "We aimhn to please you r Ste
grants yourEvery Time" Port St. Joe, Fla.
GULF COUNTY. FOR SALE: Twin couches with bol- 602 Garrison Ave.
LINDA HADDOCK REEVES, ters. Dark olive green. Can be Phone 229-6326 Plumbing and
Plaintiff, used for twin beds. Call 229-5251. < Elerical Contractor
Tu-vs- tfc-9.-17 C on co
Thank you JACKIE FRANK REEVES, Call 2294986 for Free Estimate
Defendant. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
NOTICE OF SUIT ed house located in Port St. Joe. TOMLINSON
TO: JACKIE FRANK REEVES Also unfurnished houses in Beach RADIO and TV REPAIR R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
P. O. Box 101 I area. United Farm Agency. Jean PHONE 229-6108 oseph Chapter No. 56, R.A .,
Grand Island, Louisiana'70358 Arnold, Rep. 6484800. tfc-9-17 1319 McClellan Ave 1comt and 3rd Mondays. All vsitin
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED an Ave. companions welBcome.
that an action for divorce has been FOR SALE: 1966 Ford Custom 4- ROY BURCH, H.P, .
filed against you, and you are re- door, V-8. Air conditioned, pow- WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
quired to serve a copy of your er. Runs good. $895.00. Will sell Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11
Written defenses, if any, to it on or trade. Phone 229-2092. tc PAINT Dealer in Prt St. Jo THE AMELICAN.LEGION, meet
Honorable Robert M. Moore, ofA FOR SALE: 1964 Volkswagen. Re- ir.g second and fourth Tuesday
Costing and Moor e, 221 Reid Ae" built motor. A-1 condition. $600. nights, 8:00 pn.m. American Legion
ne, Port St. Joe, Florida See at 524 7th St., or call 2275041. Home.
and file the original with the ab t Clerk FOR SALE: 8' cab camper. Gas
of the above styled Court on or stove, lights ice box. Sleeps 4 V THERE WILL BE a regular com.
before October 23, 1970; otherwise, David Rich, 229-2575 or 229-4562. TH munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
*TI / V a Judgment may be entered against EARTH No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
you for the relief demanded in the FOR SALE: Medium size upright and third Thursday at 8:00 pta.
T B E i Complaint, piano in excellent condition. P. T d a
WITNESS my hand and seal of E. Forester. Phone 648-4231. A
said Court on this the 10th day of
OUNTIES September, 1970. FOR SALE:-14' Century boat, trail- HURLBUT FURNITURE
GEORGE Y. CORE "r and 10 hp. Evinrude motor, and APPLIANCES JOSEPH J. PIPPIN W.M.
Circuit Court Clerk $150. 129 Hunter Circle. Phone 227- 306 Reid Ave. PR F c
l ,,i-- (SEAL) 4t-9-24 3346. 2tp-9-17 PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty
rAGE~"TEN 1~'~'' tHE STA" Port t. Joe, Ma. S24S6THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 24, 1970
ME STA Pirt-M. Jvs, Ple. 324.%THURSbAY,' SEPTEMBER 24,1970
!," o :.
..THitTY-FOUR .TH YEAR
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
a.. ....f Si
/ 'PORT ST. JOEA' LORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1970
Time Now to Begin Making Plans for
Your Blooming Fall Fltwer Garden
"Marriage .is. like the mortgage front of a back drop of green foli-
on your home-- it is a lifetime pro- age. This will make the colors show
position. < up vividly.
it 'pr ,. commitments prevent For best color most annuals must
mnirikag, you' can at least fall in have a full five-hour sunbath per.
loye ivith gaxening, because grow- day. So, select a sunny plot.
iglo~rs oni make you a big- Next comes the vexing problem
togrde. 'w on teof what to plant. Choosing plants
.. Also, cense to garden won't re- by heights is one approach. Some
tqira bloo; test, but once you taller growing annuals for the back
get ugdeniing iuA your blood you areas of the garden are delphinium,
Snever become divorced from larkspur, cleome and hollyhock.
hobby. '-In the center rows and toward
Se=arss oj your,.amorqus sit- the fro you may consider the me-
i-Ation, it you're going to have a dium height plants. Petunias, cal-
i.topnotch flower garden this fall endulas, ageratum, didicus, gypso-
.'a winter,. Ow's the time to plan philla, liharia and -carnation are
"the' planting layout examples. For low edging you.j
' For best posing of color, locate might use allyssum, verbena, phlox
te annual flwprs so they bloom-in or some of the dwarf nasturtiums.
With up to 100 annualsto choose
from, it shouldn't be a problem to
fill the'garden with many kindsof
After sowing the seed of your
choice in flats, and while you are
waiting for them to reach trans-
planting size, prepare the' flower
First turn the soil with a spade
or other tools. Remove all weeds,
sticks, stones and other debris and
then rake the area into a loose mix-
ture for good aeration and drain-
. If available, it will pay to work
into the, top six inches of Ahe soil
some grass clippings, compost or
other organic materials. While do-
ing this, you might also add 5 lbs.
of superphosphate per 100 square
feet of bed arep.
Transplanting from the flat to
the bed, is a test of your green
To. make the honor roll, pick a
nice cool, cloudy evening, .after a
rain if possible. Use care in hand-
ling the seedlings. Break off as few
roots as possible;.don't expose them
to direct slinlight pr the air for a
long period; don't set plants too
deeply,'and give them partial shade
until they ,have a' chance to re-
cover from the transplanting shock.
To insure 'best possible growth,
keep the soil moist. When two or
more true leaves appear, feed the
plants with about 3 pounds of 6-6-6
(N-P-K) fertilizer per 100 square
feet of bed area. In some cases you
may need to make a second fertili-
zer application prior to flowering.
For detailed information on
growing fall flowers, contact your
county agricultural director. He
has several publications on the sub-
TALLAHASSEE Florida State
University is offering a .variety of-
night courses for ts in the Tal-
lahassee area r the ear.
The School ,Service. Center at
Florida State University, located in-
the Division ofpinldnuting Educa-
tion, is coordiMnai' g fle programs
which will be taught by University'
Most of the courses are designed
for school teachers bpt there re-
albo courses in business, andecrimin-
Innovation in Elementary School
Science (SCE 50),'will be.-taught in
Gulf County at the Port St. Joe
High School, every Tuesday from
4 to 7 p.m.
Official registration will be held
at the first class ,meeting. Any stu-
dent who fails to register at the
first class meeting will be permit-
ted to'register at the second.
THE BEST TEAM
New, growing problems demand new, vigorous
solutions. Here are the ingredients of the ASKEW-
ADAMS program for a better Florida:
REFORM of TAJ STRUCTURE
NEW VIGILANCE against CRIME
CONSERVATION of our RESOURCES
BETTER EDUCATION PROGRAM
IMPROVED ROAD PROGRAM
THE ASKEW TEAM provides what Florida
needs most for the '70s -, a refreshing blend of
action, experience, youth and dedication 'that will
preserve cherished institutions while meeting head-on
the many areas of concern. Between them, ASKEW-
ADAMS share a quarter-century of service ot Florida,
in the legislative and executive branches. AND -
their service is packed with accomplishment, progress,
integrity. They 'ARE the best team for Florida!
THE "EXPERIENCE" TEAM
CAST YOUR BALLOT FOR
GOVERNOR LT. GOVERNOR (Dem.)
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Historical Society Discusses Artifacts
The St. Joseph Historical Society
met Saturday, September 5 at 3:00
p.m. at the Constitution Convention
ifIuseum. )'resident Jesse Stone pre-
Mrs. William Howell, Jr., trea-
surer, reported dues in the amount
of $10.00 were collected bringing
the ,bank balance to $282.00 with
$200.00 of this amount earmarked
for a historical marker.
Mrs. Brinson reported contact
has been made with the schools to
ernicourage and promote the teach-
ing of Florida history, with empha-
sis on our rich local history, in the
fourth and fifth grades.
The members discussed a gift
membership and subscription to
The Florida Historical Quarterly
being made to the Port St. Joe High
School as has been done in former
years. his matter was tabled pend-
ing fi-ther discussion.
the year 1840 is priced at $6.00 ra-
ther than $5.00 as thought and
should 'be received within the
month. He also instructed that ad-
ditional organization stationery be
Mrs. Porter reported on meet-
ing with Mrs. Brinson regarding
the Olda St. Joseph Cemetery and
The president stated he vill re- stated the City is keeping grounds
port later on the legal aspects of in fine shape and some shrubbery
the artifacts 'ind made by John and palm replacements have been
Whitfield and called upon Mrs. made.
Ned Porter to invite Mr. Whitfield
to display and tell about these in- Mrs. Hubert Brinson, cemetery
teresting artifacts at the October chairman reported that 304 had
meeting, visited the Old St. Joseph Cemetery
Mr. Stone stated area census of from'August 1 to September 5.
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Captain C. B. Petty
FT. EUSTIS, VA.--Army Cap-
tain Charles B. Petty, son of Mrs.
Madie E. MWAnulty, Malone, recent-
ly completed a 30-week transporta-
-tion officer advanced course at the
Army Transportation School, Ft.
Students receive instruction in
the duties and responsibilities of
a transportation offi cer. The
course entails a thorough survey
of all modes of military transpor-\
tation. It is the movement of
troops, supplies and equipment
whichh is the primary mission of
the transportation corps.
Captain Petty entered the Army
in October 1961. He holds two
awards of the Bronze Star Medal,
24 awards of the Air Medal and
the Vietnamese Gallantry ,Cross.
His father, Alton B. Petty, lives
in Port St. Joe. His wife, Doris,
lived in Newport News, Va., dur-
,ing his training.
SBuy today! 3 WAYS TO CHARGE L.Z M |
Pate's Service Center
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ..-...... 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE .--...... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) --.... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
"Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church Schol......... ....9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship ........... 11:00A.M.
Evening Worship ....... 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ...-....... 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned lriendliness Still Survives"
HAurry! ile pt miss this your AL
Hurry! Don Y miss this PAIR SALE!
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee, Valley"
l STA.Pod J. kl6SY,-SUPTUMSER 24, 1970
PROPO CONSTITlTINAL AMENDMENTS
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL each om ed o one county or contig. (f) The power of removal conferred by
AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON, ous oun i and containing a population this section shall be cumulative to the pow.,
NOVEMBER 3, 1970 of not lwes than one hnllthousand w- er of impeachment and to the power- of
'-- I cording' to the last deennl census or suspension by the governor and removal by
NOTICE OF ELECTION other ceuets authorized by general law the senate as to d of oun cou rt
WHEREAS, The' Legislature of 1969 end except, the County of Monroe:.shall nonsti. and judges of magistrate courts.
1970, under the onetltution o te State tote oe of -the circuits. (g)' A justice or judge removed from
l, o orida, passed Joint RBeoltions (b) CICUT COURTS.-Tere sa be a office shall be subject to diolpline as a
log amendments to the Constitution oft Me ciuit each coun attorney for famonl conduct prior
State of Florida, and t did determine' CIRCUIT JUDGES.--iThere sha e torair dTring tenure in office. .
and direct that the sal4 Joint Besolt at leat lne circuit judge or each fifty SECTION 16. Prohibited activtiies.-Ju-.u
be submitted to the electors of the State thousand inhabitants r major tionthere. toes:of the supreme court, jues of di-
of Florida., at the General Election to. be of in each circuit acco to the last rict courts of appeal, judges of the court
held on Nw ".1970; decennial censu or other asenus authorized of review of administrative actions and
Nw, T RFO 1,TOM by law. Each circuit judge shall be a judge judges of circuit courts shall devote fall
Seareary of State of the State of Florda, of the circuit court in each county in the time to their judicial duties. They shall not
do lereby give notice that a Oeneral 119l circuit, except as otherwise provided herein, engage in the practice of law or hold of.
"tton will be held n each County in Foinr The county of residence of a circuit judge ice o inany political party. Similar prohi-
JdqIon the 'Finst Tuesday after the Fi may be fixed by law, but hall not be chan btins with respect to judges f other
onday in November. which date n ov ed with respect to an incumbent during odurta may be provided by law.
b 8, ;970, for the ra.tlo Us or continuous tenure, in office without his SECTION 17. Judicial salaries-Justices
KON of the Joint Baolutlon proposing consent, of the supreme court and judges of district
endments to the constitution o (d) JURISDICTION.-The circuit courts courts of appeal, the court of review of.
of Florida, via: shall have all original Jurisdiction not vest. administrative action, and circuit courts
",0., NUMBER 1 ed ino their courts, and sush jurisdiction of shall be compensated by salaries fixed by
'A Senate Joint Resolution No. 171 aprealF from other 'tial coUrfA as is pre. general law which shall not be diminished
A JOINT RESOLUTION props ig a an cibed by law They hall have power to during the terms for which they have been
amendment to section 2, article of the, iee writa 'of mandamus, n er- elected or appointed, unless as a part fi
natitution of the state of Mlorid, tiorari, prohibition, quo waato, habeas a general reduction of salaries applybig
ting to electoM.- corpusa,,and al other writAi ec sary or uniformly to all salaried officers of the
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the proper 'to the complete execis f their state. No circuit judge shall be paid a sAl-
tate of Florida jurisdiction. They shall have Phe .wer of ary equal to or greater than the salary pad
i That the following amendment to seo- direst review of adrmnistrati' action, pre- judges of district courts of appeal nor shall
i 2, atole VI. of tho..Coastititon a1 ascribed tby la. n udge of a district court of appeal bea
ha state ,] Florida is here agreed S TION .8l County .'courts.- paid a salary eoua to or greater than the
"Ud shall 'submitted to, the electors (a COUNTY COURTS.-In'each county salary paid to justices of the supreme
state ratification 'or ootiOn a bavlag a population gotin epoess of one court., Judges of county courta~n imagns-
t ,o general eecttonto be heldV- 1970: hundred thousand according to the last trat, courts shall be compensated by sal-.
j,'Section 2 Electors.-'Every sotteM of deacenal census or census authorized by artes fixed by law, and may diso be co* .-
'Jle United' States who is at lest eighteen general, law, and in other. ounty there pensated for nonjudicial servicesas provided
ars of age and who has been-a', erman shall be a county olrt ntid that court by ,la.
,nt resident for one year IW the state and s ll have been abolished, an 'not reestab- SECTION IS Grand Jurlep,.-
sIT 'months In a county, if rpistred a' limsed, by vote of the electors pursuant to ()' The composition, length of services
ovided y law, shall be ele r of law except, a county court in counties with. nd number of grand. juries shall be pr-b
. at apunty, Provisions maybe b=made y out a magistrate courexercising..county- ascribed by general law. For these purposes,
fw for other bona ide residents of the wide territorial JUriadbttion shall not be counties may be reasonably classified on '
state who an, at least eighteen years of abolished. the basis 'o oulatio.
t vote- .e the election of presidential (b) COUNTY JD .-- aereB hall be (b),A gran jury. shall be con ened t0
etOc ,provided by law one more Judges for each county at least once in 'each yer .
N BR2 (c) J SDICT.oNut ,'".-uty" outa. :., l (a) The proceedings' of grand jurin
_- NUMBER 2 shall be'reculated by rules adopted by the
I Conference Committee Joint Resolution have then be'ibed by general upreme oures aopt y
f 2 ... law.ny lre povided by law, the county Judge (d)Except as a reasonable incident to ia
me A JOINm T RESOLUTION propoitg an of any. Bfa y ihe ex officio j o report Of it fintdii relating to the ad-
amendment to the Constuon ofthe u t.s ,magoilstrate court within he count y. on. an iand care" npubllc property aandJ
of Florida, adding new Seion 14 to Art. ldtions upon which chartered counties or facilities, the conduct f public business or
ea t b leg ina munlcipalies may authorize county courts theper ormance dut es public icers
e X, relating to legahL .gl atre W proesly t'rythe performance o duties by:public officers
Be It Resolved by e are o issue process and try violations of the or employees, no grandJ shallmake
ate of Florida: 'ordinanes may be ptsrd by law. prentment, other than a normal charge
That the following.amendment adding SOCTION 9..Magltrate courts- of crime, which is 'derogatory. 9f any per-
section 14to lArticle I X of the onstitu- ()COURTS.-Thire shall be a mag- eri"hon. o. a ;
ton o the State of Florida s hereby rate in each county or, if the county SECTION 19. State attorneys-In ean
agreed to and shall be submitted to te be died by law in state Court il circu a tle attorney shall be
tUv or district strate ia ircuittate e tto attolbey shall' be
lecto of this state for ratificaton Or districts, t each magistrte coutrdIs40t, lecied for a term of fouryears to pet
geection at the general eleton to be held unless that court shall have been abolished, form duties prescribed by aw. State attor-.
t 9 70: ... M.in and not reestablished, by vote of the electors ys sha appoint such number of assistant
Section I,., Legal Maj or .,,. pursuant to -law except, a magistrate court ate attorneys as may be authorized by
Every prox shall reach ofsteas a ut
E y pn d e ga .exercising. countrywide territorial jurisdiction law the .ars of state attorneys -a
Supon attaining the age o e eighteen in une without a l y court sha ll. a te l aw oeyasaube xed
years, and thereafter sal hal ave all the tnoct sicourls. wto t asinti saei atoret ysi shual be fi by
ights and responsbities of an edO O Ne SECTION 20. Attorneys; admission' sail
rights and responsibilities of an adul te e ayrbea b o aish d. t d orna ng d beou lar t gene raln ,-lra w. eIe, ab i e io e
NUM BR n: (b) NUMBER OF JUDOES.--There _hall discipliae.--The supreme court shall have
Joint Resoluton No. 5312 b e one or more Jugs or each magistrate .xclusive jurisdiction to regulate, in such
A- puRESOLUTIONne propelos a ren. courts proviTdded by. law. manner ntd through such agencies as may
S A roINT esofUTi M (c) JUR DIo N.i-Te judges of mg- hbe prescribed by its rules, the admissio.b
'elang to ,Athe udicialdeartm t of the trCate ourts sha perform such duties of' persons to) the practice of law and the
airing to the judicial department of the and exercise such jurisdiction as shall be discipline of personal admitted.
eo t Re lv the b b elatere of the prescribedlby general law. Conditions upon SECTION 21. Trial by jury. -Eve ry charge
aBte o tori sc byc whichChartered counties or municipalities of violation of a county or municipal or-
(b efliodaa utoidte vte .. or t t ou f oanutin ohaed uy p olao s t
at the following proposed revisionof may authorize gistrat o to issue dance which is also a option of state
Article V of the Slate Constitution. is agreed Anurros of t r eid the oin lawu ina court In whichia 'jury trial ies not
rd the t eio oee n laed shall be tran re pon demand'.
to- and shall be submittedtothee s ma y e resribed-cboyn tla perr adsoshall hanea
ot 'Florida for ratifaton reectionat authority shall be given to a magitrate of the defendant, to i an apthproi ate court
the nexr general election to be heldi court to 'violations 'oflbounty, ordinans wceri hicha trial by jury sh ay be secured.,
November, 1970. 'vSECTIONeioeions of c orl rdineancheecouION-2b.tic
o( Te5u antal rewording of article. For unless authorized in the 'charter of the rtial, exhsatce url redi placing aeo" b
stnt text s e Articlea dministrae nti county, or'aptved by vote of the electors (ca. r Ti l ae san enu in o c all .5
e t e ofi the,- county. A-rte t on stitti of 1 ealed
(b h einL V e e Se EC.TIO.N 1- hAdd ion 'membar oAddN amnoded, which shall then stand repe ale
ARIC Et in al'jg s br for any cortcept theen y r. Except 'to the extent inconsistent' ,
SE CTION' 2C l.Al m ,ational-' -edge'forh a ny lourd cept thep pnre o ith the o'prote d visionf this article," all
incudiNg .Jstigr .. preme c ourt may be authorized by law upon r ic l w re o t e
SE TION. 0 'Cr Ts. ee supran courtso th bf redtr bve da (1) ourh stirle bepame eof etieshall
shall ne vested a supreme court, 4W SECTION 11. Specialized divisions ofn the tec e _date ou thi eartcoe shall
tlct courts of appeal, circuit t courts, county crclt courts.-t inue in effect until superseded I
courtS; =ae (ate jus-,c.. ..* s ,a rses So uri. m aai rnt, c t ot tea courts courts.-is
fors, the co f str Ftie C u ts e soe ua J (a) DIISIONS; lJU o mSDICTION.- uiom ann tric et th e jurized by the constitution.' est d
for the trial ofofesThe s aginustrb oi e otr system of established by division of the ) On the effective cate of this article
'olf mde assor chartered counties, and f ir me seste of s ai she dibyelneral and until changed by general law adopted.u
ests of ished ub laws a court of re view theft hreaft tre shall be ie t is ei
f.a.isa olv. ,dctio. Ad minseta lawtive o T l con 1 es havingoa population in co; ..h. a whichb the
o ab l trat ve eAing o. e m r arive t d u codin icuit court i, each u county in which the
f.sb or oesmaytue o e geerae a esces of onee hundre.d. thousand jurisdiction excess of one hundred
filers. or wories mayteg acnnted quad- to the last decennial ceniuS ,or'Other census it ,,sIo .laton a"Ixcs
tud cal power in matters o e on dwitohh to r e of ir by general lo s each division thousand according' to thjudgeast decnnial -
the f tionk of their offis, and their or- xer the sp ic iclon fixed by census or other census, authorized by general
ra shell be review ed as provided by law. .eer ll t s action' S m d ee b -law, a juvenile thein domestic relations dli -:
and preds re-t suprmecourt law one or more circuit judges fo r each o'e dsion.lt( ntd l provided byo general law asl
adopt rules o a qu s T onceren t ,o r e v .e. e e 'astalised.to b y b required s to section 11(a) herein, each suche
(a) the a Istatp e supervision of specialize d division of a circuit court division aseallti cases eeineach o
courts except courts isitablmbel for the triai shl] Tbe judges only of ali their te urista b circuit court c
f o e against onohersdinarnce courtno ethe county ineshich oteir respective pursuant tio rules adopted d by the supreme
of offenses againstpordinances ofal "u.dia- in me' to Juac ori ecalisg court.. c ......
pealtes orof tch arordurs pon the dea divisions are situate.. Judges o o o of speiaize otll
pl tie ohnr to ou ties divisions shall bMe. uielted to their re pe c- (d) After this a ticle' becomes effective,
Se(b) the aignmente of justices an d Ju t]ginsy the t s edto g ra of the cous n. and, until changed juh law consi ten wie
Including consenting retired justices skid ve divisions by there dtltors of ste c ho n attilcg y lw c w
Judges, to temporary duty in. any eourtso ty' r which th eitr diviins are ite rt supreme court shall ave the
(e) practice and 1rcedure, In hall couta, ) ,JURISDITION eaOF JUDGES -All ectieon em unediate yer te th tal eor the
Including the s tima e 'or. seng 'a ppellatej ofr ofth tirec it court in s cisunty sdiction ia theretofore exer
review; n including judges' ofi pi lzed divisions, tD se court ict ceis ouappea ll jugave I
(dl the or eteria fc r hoofing cobtn shall have e aurqisdicu tionto hear ami stit courts s oappe shall he
e the transferof any matter t he within the jurisdiction dof- the Cirut co exercieed"by the, thero
proper court -whenthe jurisdiction of a com m in. that county. m Eldbit A. or ties or () )t ireuit course i shall have othe curivs
a cas been tonorlihenty l voke t of Eshell be a ci ien and e lec tor'of the diction immediate ely theretofone exercised yh
ad SEC ION o. aef Justice.--of su-o re st at a u r de in' the territ corial in them and by th the courts abolished by this
(a l t or) The chlofi 'Jstice of the judgpre supremee artmle, except the jursdictio nvestedby,
court shall be the ch.4ef admiustrative' -tion of his court. A justice of the e this article,othercourd he j save bu t
b) At the bemegin of eac gu e a" peal or aourt, 'of review of administrative (4) lf "additiOndto the'trial of mris ea-
S pean oo 'tthbe .eginnlrem oa o rengul theae- action must have beecoun a member of 'the nors, each County 'court shall have iell ofa
shl bfthy league in re.r I th e .n i tice bar of Forda for the preceding ten yers the jurisdiction lmmeaditely ,theretob o ex-t
shl. qeh io by message ndm may itsofthe wonritson A tfa ion baufd curtmustju s've e ercised by the county eudge s court;te
of the Judicidl system and recommsen mesta- judge of a cireauit court u o' mushe veherenby cu l the t court, an theany
sures fort the urov ist ment of thi e acni sa a ember of the bar of Florida for there unty cou t, he orpren i te courts andte
trateon of justice. v I ceding live years. Each judge o f a county n jg ca im s court esh ide o b'a the
SECTION 4. S hreme Court- court or- agitrate court must, be a mem~ cnt therespective ioun styh medatea ly beforit
(a) OROiAN lONe,- e supreme court erof the bar F lorida unless otherwise e r te unre yd c m e effective. eor
Shell oisit 'yen 'judgstices. one of whom provided by general or special i(5)agst rae courts in eah cout ns
shall be chosen chief' justice by the men SECTION 1i. Vacaincies.-The governor a oz MagistratcorsI eah county
ha eers of e o r Fie juties hy allt con'shall fill by appointment each vacan-cyin exercise in their' respective counties and
ote of the ceort Five justices s and shl can- oefie. ,, dical omlnatinF coms districts the jurisdiction in civil cse, acond
stitute awtsorui' ceTheiConcurrence of four judicial offie.. Jumdocia no minating cimo
s thtl ab n r To onadei ie of missions ma' 'be established by ,law and the trial jurisdiction in crmin al\ eases ex
Ssha l tse cessary to a N ec mon. c appointments o judicial office ay be erased by thale respeil ve somaroug claims courts,
(b) JTh e supreme court: so fin ju dg lmit-edb to ine of suc commissions All whose judges held no other office, small
(insetof trial courts niposlog be ide th appointmentsto judicial-nomin atingfsuch o- claims-magistrate courts, magistrates court
(1) Saeris hearaeas lops fromefinale be. appointment bt oejbe om e indmiialc q onre- of record of o ounia on
-, enlts of rmis r court mposl the d ea mte missions shall be subject to onfiration of Brev ar Conty, traffic court of Hills-
l-penalty and from orders of tral of s tr court n by the Sena te. t borough County, and Justice of the peace
atially and directly passing on the validity SECTION 14. Elections tere bms.-e courts imdatd od the aerce bcte
fA a' *t statute ora federal statute or (a) Justices a nd judge shall be chese effective, each udge being limited to the
trbate or e donstralicng a provision h diction of their respective courts In the same court of which he was judge Ai judges of
Ste, o tr e te a eder can uttutone a state o uts eeo shall e coroners aon
'() May review by certiorari any decision manneraas other state and county officers to th rte ors oh e circuit a
of a district court of. appeal that affects are elected or, when provided by generalcommitting magistrates.
a class dtcottuton eal state offcers, law, in nonpartisan elections;' except, the (e)lWhen this article becomes effective:
t t eaass onstutional o state offid the rsmethod of seletion of judges of the court (1). All courts not herein authorized shall
bthapses upon a queston ertifid by t u of review of administrative action may be cease to exist and jurisdiction to conclude
d distri ct cW of-appeal to be of great pu- ... ortt. d all pending cases and! enforce all prior
li' inte At, ord'that is in direct 'conflict
a slet, o. f an drct c f (h) The terms of all jstices of the judgments shall vest in the court which,
ithe a isionf a other m district o 'm supreme court, judges of district courts of under this article, would have jurisdiction
udappealn orof the s upremea court on the.saum appeal, judges of the courtof review of of the cause it thereafter instituted. All
o. question t r law, and omay issue its' of administrative 'action-and circuit judges shall records of, and property held by, courts
cr t to review, and allritisn ecesary to count ty-courts and magistrate courts shall proper ofcer of the appropriate cout undef
the complete exercise of its Jurisdiction. e prescribed by general law The terms ,of In nle vin outo
(3) When provided by law, shall hear justices of the supreme court and judges of (2) In counties hav idng a populationin
appeals from'fialJudgmentsandOr the district courts of appeal shall e ap excess o oune nd re ousn accorn
Strieal co~rs' imo sifngal ife antiprisnornst or propriately. staggered. to the last decennial census or other census
entered l proceedings for the pralidatioet SECTION 15. Disciplne; retirement; re- authorized by general law, judges of county
bnds4ocertifas oinbted andmoval.- judges' courts, juvenile courts and uvenile
u writs of dcerifisatieoa o ethes c o (a)a There shall be a Judicial ualifieations and domestic elation courts shall bedom
prevcribew 'of amntirati action and commie- of mission compared of"ao judges of the circuit court in the county
rieou "estabished tbyelaw and wisof C') two Judges of district courts of appeal in which they reside. The judgesof the civil
niudgin e antab e warra by to ate w ri s of a pp oie b the judges of' those courts course of record of uade and utsohorough
(4) Thre supreme court t or any justice may bYthe judges of. e s ad wuv oug, Monroe, Oangne,
udget' l uhrtof. o pr or any judge thr'e- action a 'ppoitd by the judes of' that the civi and drsooat crcour t of record of
B Kf "tir dsteict courts of appeal ed by tejdges of those courts and-one Broward, Brevard, Escambia,' Lee, Manatee,
t r ... 4,,,,.^e+e4,tt in the county In which they reside.
may issue writs of mandamus, certiorari, (d i) .'-"- .nn. a ......on not
prhibition, quo warrato, and other writ qualifications commission, concurred by (8) In count ties having a popular on not
necessary to the complete exercise of Its two thirds of its members, the supreme In excess of one hundred thousand accord.
jurisdiction. To the extent necessary to court may order that any justice of the su- ng to the orizlast decennial census or other
dispose of all issues In a cause properly preme court, judge of district court of census authorized by general law, judges of
befdspose of all issues trict a cause prort of apperly appeal, judge of the court of review of ad- the county judges' courts shall become judges
before it, a district court of appeal may R e.al judge eg of the coun court in the county in which
exercise any of the appellate jurisdiction ministrative action, judge ofa circuit court, of the conresdety court in the county in wtion
of the circuit courts, and when provided by law any judge of they reside. In counties having a population
SEo ON 6. Court of review of admints- a county court or. judge of a magistrate not in excess of one hundred. thousands ac
trative action.-There. may be established court, may be disciplined by private rep. cording to the last decennial census or other
by law a court of review of administrative rimand; removed from office, with termina- census authorized by general law, judges
'atIon composed of'n ot less than three tion of compensation, for willful or perais- of juvenile courts who hold no other office
judges It shall have appellate Jurisdiction tent failure to' perform his duties or for shall become Judges of the county court
to hear, appeals from uch administrative other conduct unbecoming a member of the in that county, and for the remainder of
action as may be prescribed by law. Three judiciary; or involuntarily retired for any their terms, they shall receive a salary not
j. judges shall consider each case, and the disability which seriously interferes with less than they received as juvenile court
concurrence of two shall be necessary to a the performane of his duties and which Judges immediately before the effective dat
:,decision. The Judges of the court shall be is permanent. of this article. The Judge of the court of
subject to Impeachment. ) ju c o judge shall Dot serve record of Alachua County shall become a
S iOMN.7. iOrcunts ourts..-- after attaining the ageao f seventy Y jud of the county court of Alchuac County.
fa ) UDICIAL OIRCCITS- te state by except to complete a term half of which (4) 'Justices of the peace, judges of the
... i. ...rn..,,a I.w ,mn tAmnoortarr assinment, small iams.magistrate courts, magistrates
court of Brevard County, traffic court of thousand doording to the d e fe6la 6I c 't f di "
smalbl0 Count, a the dg of or other census authorized by a l law credit of t&e StatedofbFlorid.
f ceamsh out h old no thr ta e t s a t comeseffec (b) No such bonds shall be issued unlessI
s bemejdsoofmagitatetive shall become a judge o f the circuit a state fiscal agency, created by law, has 3
cOurts, each serving, or the remainder of court in that county for the remainder of a made la determination thcreated in no states
hi term, a magiamte court district Iden- term expiring with the term of other cir. sc a termination that si no state
o .. shall be assigned oth al .year will the debt servicebrequire-I
tical with his forner-teriltorial jurisdiction. cuit judges and shl e sned by the mets of the bonds Proposed to be issued
(5) Until otherwise provided by county chief Jsatice of the supreme court to service and all other bonds secured by to be plsuedged
charter or by vote of the electors pursuant In an appropriate specialized division of revenues exceed on secuventyfivred by the pledged
to law, there shall be a constable, elected the circuit court in that county of the pls eeed seventyfive (s. ) per cent
or term o tour ears, to each magistrate '(in) CL S F COUT After the (c) The state may lease any of such.
court district succeeding to the territory .effective date of this article, clerks ^Of facilities toa l e any ota suchy,
of a justice of the peace district existing courts shall continue to serve a follows underle to a-py urocal governeemental orgency,
Immediately before the effective date of (1) Except as hereinafter providedt periods and undeagreement or such other tAns and
this article, clerks of th circuit court will continue to conditios and under such their t ually and
(6) When no provision has been made serve in such offices in their respe conditions as may be mutually agreed umay pledgeon
for the judge of any court abolished by this counties. er respect ve The local goverivmental agefrom such leasypledfa-
article, such judge shall become a judge of (2) In counties having a population not tie revenue served from such leased f ta-
the, court in which is vested the greater in excess of one hundred thousand accord- paymentie of rentals thabe funds or the
part of the jurisdiction of his previous ing to the last decennial census or census addition, the l fa reuh anderdit and, n
court lor the remainder of hie term or, in authorized by general law the elective taxing powthe r of such angov credit and
the event he becomes a circuit nd for clerks of the courts abolished by this article agencies may be such pledged for the pay movement
the remathder of a term expiring with the who are in office immediately before the of such rentals be pledgedut the paymention of
terms of othert- circuit judges. effective date of this article shal serve the freeholder electorals withor qualified election ofrs.
(f) SIC,-IAL d -o PROV ISONS.--The remainder of their term s ipclerkis tof the (d) The state may also isaue such bonds
following special provisions shall apply to county courts in their reepeotive counties fo purpose of loaning money to local
he designated court ,a nd, counties super with. alaries not less than the were re- go vernmental agencies for the o
undil siste ijt general proevisi.ons iingimmediately beforeethe effective date of such facilities to ond or o
(1) For purpo of this article, with the of eths article. by any of such local governmental agencies
exception of section ,lahua County shall (8) Except as hereafter vided, in h loans shall obear interest at not mores.
be considered a n a population ,not counties having a population in excess of than s ne-hal l of one per cent per annum
in excess d o ro nu:tie-d-" thousand until one undored thousand, the elective clerks greater than the last preceding ssue' of
after the l1980 'dn al eennia ,census, of the courts abolished. y this article statebonds pursuant to this section, shall
.(2) In Esc j' Conty until otherwise are in office immediately before the be secured by the pledged revenues, and
provided by law ,aprored by vote of the effective date of this article shill serve the may be additionale secured by the full
'electors, eid.in Boward Contil,.un-t 'oth,- remainder of their term is deputies to the faith and credit of the local govern-ental
wise prdvi ded'b .lawthere halle a county cle*k of the circuit court' il their respective a 1 : he o
clerk who shall clerk'of the board tetinties with salaries not .ea than, they e Te total utstanding principal of
of county .com t iaoe county recorder, wete receiving immediately before the sta bos issued pursuantto this section
and ex office addito- itnd shall perforMn fective date of this artc. 14 shall never exceed fifty (50) per cent
the ute prescribed by law. () In Escambla and. ro rd Counties of the total tax revenues of the state for
(8) In Escamniba and Broward 'Counties 'thi persons holding the offices of clerk of the two preceding fiscal years.
unt otherwise revided by law, ,the clerk the circuit court immediately before the .. er..
of the ce it t shall serve as clerk of effective' date of this article shall become, NUMBER 5
all magistrate courts in the'respective coun- for the remainder of their temn, the co House Joint Resluti N 792
ties. an perform, duties prescribed by law clerk of their respective counties A HJOINT RESOLUTION proposing, an
I ) Polk Count the clerk of the criminal offices are established in section' 2Z f) (2):. to JI icl's u eas aX
Ie'urt oflk'cota bhllc, unll otherwise pro. of this article. am endmentto Section II of ArticleJ of
v14e4 by law, smrvtas clork' oi all magis. ((5) In Escambia stal Bowara Copnti the s foridale onstitn ovidnge audtor
rate courts and" perform duties prescribed r te onsr holding the offices'of'- rk h for seF oi'noveueigcnty submerged lands only
by.. law. of the court of record immedatel befoe when in the public interest and provdin
(4), No magistrate court shall be estab- th effective date of thiarticle shall' become subhority for use of sveregnty
listed by this article in any counl y in the clerk of the cireul court in their. rds- s meped a only when not contrary to
Which Immediately before the effective ate pective counties for the remainder of, their Be t Resolved by the Le re of th
of this article 'there ws:no jusrice of theS teem. t State of Forida p a
peace court, maglihtatacourt, or small 4 'DELETION OF. OBSOLETE SCHo Stat e 0nstttin. ment of
calms court whose judge' holds no other D ITEMS.-The legislature shall h ave Section 1 of Artil eiof the Onsttdtion
offiCe, .except a magistrA court- shall e the power, by concurrent resolution, to OftFlorida rteed -to and shall 'be subtto
established in Pinellas County upon the lete from this art ele any subsection of the is fitted to the;'eleoto fs ofthe -tatef ti-
effective date hereoef section 22, including th ise subsection, b hen at B It rejcone e wheeatre or ra-t
"(g) L13TED" OPERATION OF SOME all-events to which the subsectionto ben tob held in November, 170: ction
fLL mPROVIS.IONS,- 'le ,deleted Is or could become applicable haV S 5 So veogt .... I title
(1) The qualifications for appointment or occurred. A legislative determination at fa to lands und overignty lands-, within titlhe
election to judicial office fixed, by' section made as a basis for application of this, .leandrs of 'ra ae, waichUw n ot
12 shall not apply to the future election subsection shall be sdbject tol judicial re- b undaiesaf-, te state, which have not
f persons to judicial 'offices hel d by them view' e a high water lines, is held by to e
immedately fter this article becomes effe- (o) EFFETIVE 'DATE ess there mean gh water lines held y
tie. l wihs i bse provided herein, this rtcle shall b- 'state,,by -virtue of its sovereignty, in trust
(2), No justice o judge holflng office come effective at 12f01 o'clqerk A.. East. tr a11 the people. Sale a tUch lands may
immediately after this article becomes ef el Standard Time, July 1, A D., 1971.- the public interest. private use of portions
festive who held judicial of on June 0, of such lands may be authorized by law,
197, shall be subject 'to retirement from, nt NUMBER 4' but only when not contrary.-to the public
judicial office pursuant to section 15 (e). Committee Substitute for House interest.
(s) Except as provided in sections 1, 2(c) p, Jont Resolutions No. 35 and 4040 ur th
8, 8(c), 9(c) and 21, this sgticle shall not A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an NUMBER 6
apply to courts having jurisdiction for the amendment to Article VII of the Consltto- Senate Joint Resolution No. 1592
trial of offenses against ordinances of mu- tion of the State of Florida adding section A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an
nicipalitIe cor counties. 14, permitting the issuance, when author- smeni fent toi he State Constitution; amend-
(4) The court authorized by Article VIII, ized by law, of state bonds'to finance the ing Section 15(b) of Articej iM; providing
sections 6,(e) ad.-6(f), of the Constitution construction of air and water pollution for four year terms for e0 nbers of the
as amended in 1968 shall not be affected control and abatement and solid waste dis- House of representatives.
by this article except as provided in ecposal facilitiesto be operate by the state Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the
tons 1 2(c), 8, and 1. or by municipalities, counties, districts, State of Florida: I '
(5) Notwithstanding the a provisions office tho Thates thand other governmental agencies, That the following amendment to Section
section 7(a), and until otherwise provided to be primarily secured by a pledge of 15(b) of Article III of the State Constitution
by law, the one year jda tel circuit as con- all or any part of revenues or rentals to s agreed to and shall be submitted to the
stituted immediately '..prior 'to" the adoption be derived from operation of such facilities, electors of Ilorida for rutificatlon or re-
provided hereof to the. ele orsof Florida for rati e settion or A -JOINT RESOLUTION fcti ono
f this ar DICAll DUontinue to constitute special ass the ssents, and other revenues held- ameetion at the next general election toe VIIbe
JUDGES.-circuntilt. galy available forsuch purpose, ndprovi ad- held in November the State Constitution to authorize s970:chool
the) onjudicl JdutiES- reqUntil chang- ditionally secured by the fupollaith and Setion 15.o lTerms and qualflorem tationexcess of
ed bdgy esw tshall be erormd bgey ofthe ir- judgcredit of the Staltof Florida; providing for legislators.-en (10) mills
fcu th court courts uit shountl e that certification by a state fiscal agency, created (b) year ESENTATIVES. Members of
that office exists, and action countic), increase fby aw,that sufficient of thevenues 'will the house of representatives shabll be elected
bythere n o ounty cojudgert of other courts be r-svalable to pa all debt service require whfor terms of four ears Tholdse from ven
formed y the officer'.to whom they may construction of air and water pollution con- .exempt from taxatio-
becomingcired byuit udgesproclamation of tnhe gover s ments for such abatement hands; providing for the numbered districts involved by the yeargislathe numbers
section, with or.e additional judge in the pledge of the full faith and credit of coun-S'of which Lre multiples of four and those
circuit in hi SOLIIted Dual County ties, operate municipalities, districts, authorities, 'from odd numbered districts in even num-
and one a .dditnal' judge in the circuit inded adis agencies thereof for payment of rentalsof heed years the numbers of which 'are not
which is located' the state capital. -' to the tate'unaer lease-purchase agreements; multiples of four; except. at the election
by law,() ELEouTION O JUDGES or-Shouldnty prose- (hprovidereing efoerre lo as to local governmental is agreed following and shall brtionment some rep-
vision he maq by,,'aw for the nonpartisap agencies. ', rIsentatives shal be elected for terms of
election ofattorneys, justicen those offies in odd- agencit esolved by the Legincy nature of the t years he necessaryy tion or re-m.n
numbered years, the first such law may Stateof.to'ida: staggered terms. -.
proby lavide, that the term of each diclasses office That th bollowng amendment to Article tion at the general election to be held
ginning ne jurisdicxt the first such elective a pledVII of the State constitution, addingmriee-ly NUMBER 7 November 1970.
oicesall be one year sorter then adate otherwise on 14al agreed to and shall be subittede- ouseTI Jont. LResolution No. 1262
prticle herein to th rived ors'of Florida for such tifacii tions, or A -JOINT R schOLUTION parts, aingd mu-
cou(j) NONJUDICIALtor or coDUTInty OF COUNT rejection a the general election tobe held amendmentieto s section 9 of Article VIImay,
they onjudi elect duties required. of county Set-purchaseon 14. Bonds for pollution erovided boards to levy ad valorem taxes in /excess
juany costy eept by rorvote o the electors or, and abatemet ctiher revenues. tha)t may be legallof ten (10) mills forperiods up to ten
of that county courts counties in wable hich or suchtate purpose, including the (10) years for capitals, improvement pur-
that office exists, and in counties in which full faith au uv dlt of the statewmay be poses when authorized by vote of electc"-
there Is no county court they' shall be per- issued without an election to- finance the'who, are owners of freeholds not wholly
forme(1)by the officersON to whom they may con struction of ar and water pollutiany con- exempt from taxatio.es on
be assilgied by proclamation of the gover- trol and abatement and solid waste disposal Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the
nor. facilities (herein referred to as "facilities") S8tate of Florida:
(k) dCDUNTY SOLICITORS, PROSECUT- to be operated by any municipality, county That the following amendment to' Section
ING ATTORNEYS.-t"Vlntil otherwise provided ] district 'or authority, or any agency thereof 9 of Article VII of the State Constitution
Slaw, county scoulicitors or county prose- tion therein referred to as "local govmentl is agreed to and shall prope submitted to the
taing attorneys,ion ien those office ne hundrexist agencies"), or by any agency f the State hbelectors of this constate for ratification or reon.
by law,"shill prosecute the classes of crime i of Florida. Such bonds shall be secured by ,Jeotion at the general election to be held
within the jurisdiction of their respective a pledgerof and shall be payable -primarily in November 1970.
offices immediatelyprior to thei date this.from all or any part of revenues, to be de- I SECTION 9. Local taxes.-
article becomes effective. The offices. of rived from operation of such facilities, special It(a) Counties, school districts, and mu-
county solicitor or county prosecuting attor- assssmebtIs, rentals to be received under nicipalities shall,,and special districts may,
ney, if elected, shall not be abolished in least-purchase agreements herein provided be authorized by law to levy ad valorem
any county except by vote of the electors for, any ether revenues that may he legally taxes and .may be authorized by general law
of that county. available for such purpose, including revs- to levy other taxes, for their respective
(1) POPULATION CHANGES.-Each judge I nues fromn other facilities, or any combina- purposes, except -ad valorem taxes on in-
of a county, court in a county which at- ition thereof '(herein collectively referred to tangible -personal property and taxes pro-
tains a population In excess of one hundred I as "pledged revenues"), and shall be ad- hibited by this constitution.
(b) 4d' Wafote iti ewluulspof laWes
levied -for the payment of bonds and taxea
levied for period not longer than twol",)-.
years, or not longer than ten (10) ..ars'
n the case of taxes designated by a school
board, for capital improvements, when ac-
thorized by vote of the' electors who are
the owners of freeholds therein not wholly
exempt from taxation, shall not be levied
in excess of the following villages upon the
assessed value of real estate and tagibl
personal propriety: for all county purposes,
ten (10) mills; for all municipal purposes, e
ten (10) mills; for all school purposes, ten
(10) mills; and for special districts a
village authorized by law approved by vote
of the electors who are owners of freeholds
therein not wholly exempt from taxation.
A county furnishing municipal services may,
to the extent authorized by law, levy addi-
tional taxes within the limits fixed for mu-
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have here-
ento set my hand and affixed the Great Seal
of the State of Florida at Tallkhassee, thb
Capital, this the 20th day of' AUgust, A.D.,
SECRETARY OF 'STATE
(SEAL) 1 .27 9-24
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Be it know that L Tom Adams,
Secretary of State of theiState of
Florida, do hereby give intice that
a GENERAL ELECTION will be
held in Gulf County, State of Flor-
ida, on Tuesday next succeeding
the first Monday in November,
A.D., 1970, the said Tuesday be"nt
the THIRD DAY of NOVEMBER
to fill the following offices;
United States Senatog...
Representative in Congress for
the First Congressional Distrikt
Two (2) Justices of the Supreme
Two (2) Judges of the District
Court of Appeal for the First Ap-
pellate District Groups A and F.
Secretary; of State. '
Commissioner of Agriculture.
Commissioner of Education.
Two (2) Members, Florida Pub-
lic Service Commission: Group 1
and Group 2.
Members of the State House of
Representatives for the following
House Districts: 8 and 9.
Judge, Small Claims Court.
Board of County Commissioners,
Districts 2 and 4.
Members of the School Board,
Districts 1, 2 and 5.
In Testimony Whereof, I have
hereunto est my hand and affixed
the Great Seal of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capi-,
tal, this the Fourteenth day of Au-
SSecretary of State
...aallableto bitonourpropey anywhere...outin
8 the counlhy, at the beach or lake ... the mountains ...
almost anywhere In more than 30 states... not a temporary
place to live, bt a permanent home, con a buit
Suing higb quality materials and construction ..
onthatisal certantgain In value Instead of depreclat-
gIn... a good Invesment for your hard-earned monqy.
P. 0. Box 246
***qualified property owners get...
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and that yam WOW9ld svs
y, Fla. 32401 : 1
Phone 763-4282 I ar-.L n
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THE 5TAR. Pd.' if. .. P'Vid THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEA if, PAGE THIKiWIPf1t
.... W claim if the bill has been-paid. The
odueSSaes out S Wt itiVe MedicareT Doctor Expenses
yReceiveRobinson concluded by inviting
anyone who has questions or needs
Alost 40 per cent of tfipermon- Observation of a few simple safe- There ire, two ways to receive paid bills. Both the doctor and pa. from Me~eare showing what was tor's statement should show the pa- assistance in filing claims for reim-
Ii&fa e of Floridailas I erived ty rules is essential to safe fuel. payment for e penses under the tient have to agree on this method paid. tient's name, date and type of bursement under Medicare to con-
,rom. trades add services, as com- ing of pleasure craft, says the U. doctor bill part of Medicare, accord eore it can be used When the the doctor does not e as. treatment and the aount oct the social security office. The
Switch Siper cent nationally, S. Coast Guard Boating Safety De- ing INo James C. Robinson, Manager 4Qctor does accept assignment from signment, it is possible for the pa-. bill. This will help insure prompt 763-5331. The office for this area is
Ipresde S o the lr ve taehment of Mobile, Alabama. O t teOffice., patient, the payment is sent 'tient to file a claim before the doe-. Whe e n thm located at the rear of 1316 Harrison
president of the Florida State endePatrentgetsthe money _..
e of Commerce reported First -and most important of e t way ior the doctor directly to the doctor and the pator bill s paid. A paid bill is not from Medicare, he can use it to Ave., Panama City 32401 and is
S dy. all put out that cgaret while file the claim or payment on un- tent receives a statement form I necessary. A that is required is a his doctor bill open Monday through Friday from
,'."This relatively high proportion fueling, along with all other flames, claim form with a copy of the doe8:30 to 4:30 except on national ho-
O.trades andavices in Florida as and shut off spark-producing ma. -- "' w tor's statement attached. The doc- Of course, the patient can file the Idays.
income hrpduoers is a characteris- chinery. Have a filled fire extin- .
tic of the state's tourist-oriented guisher handy. Keep the ozzle o'r B....
Economyy' Stncer said. fill can in conitact-withthe tank n ""'
A breakdown of the direct source to prevent a static spark. Avoid; .... *
of personaincome of Floridians spilling fuel, and I don't ,y to fill n. l? *ll
bar's Week Business Review and Aboard outhoards with reinm a-
lhows t& establishmentss at the ble tanks, these containers should '
top of t istince they accounted be taten from the craft and filled. .PP ....D D OlNlTINA
for 20 per cent of personal income on the dock. > 1 7 '
h se business accounting. h 'PROPOSE DISC NTINUANCE
19 On craft of closed construction
f 1. .,t th, ith permanent tanks, close all' WOMEN'S WINTER LEAGUE series of 34. Dris Strickland ad T
:m_-tint' ridx for 16 per catches and ports while fueling. The Gulf County Women's Win- the higher game forSwatts of 137
od natkikrfor 30"per cent. Then open the hatihes and ports er Bowling League started their While Patsy Cooley and Betty ,
and natiotllyfor 30 per cent. for ventilation, and run the bilge 1970-71 season last week with all Bouington tied for high series with
Oe ..o rda vr.. o led. blower for at lea five minutes. eight teams complete and bowling a 356. Grieta Feeman picked up .
4 orf i o cauon, eaver- St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Company has requested the Florida
s .t. -.o.. aver Sniff in the lower part of the tank exceptionally good for their first the 4-10 split. Good bowling girls. t ph Company has requested the -~o
SIn. M dora, government con- and engine compartments if you night.We welcome all new em- LEAGUE STANDINGS W L Public Service Commission for \authority to discontinue its telegraph service as of
tects at a provided 15 per cent smell gasoline, don't start! ers bowling their rst year,.in a Fla. First Nat'l Bank .... 4 0 Novembei 30, 1970, in the following towns:
f the incbine contact constie- DON'T, BE A STATISTIC ON league St. oe Krafts 4 0
ior 9 P coNEXT YEARS BOATING ACCI- On Lanes 1 and 2, St. Joe Furni- St. Joe eFufltUreW Co. 3 1 Altha Florida Greensboro, Florida
communicationo nf ancepublc utlities DENTS! tire took three gams. from the St. Joe Stevedores-------1 3 Ahh, Florida Greensoro, Florida
fr8 per cent; finance, insurance Stevedores. Brenda Mathis Was 'Swatts Motor Co.------3 1
.. ........ e. fo T Apa" achicola, Florida Hosford, Florida
tre for 5 ,er c enndt m rinp rests; extra heavy duty 4 for- high bowler for St. Joe Furniture Williams Alley Kats -----0 4 4 lda
h ms 5ell ous for 1 pe r cent.and w a r d automatic transmission: with a high game 154 and high Basic 1 3
gether these sourceositive traction rear end; rear series of 457. Bertha Clayton pick- AN Railroad 0 4
5gether9 billion o these e personal in btoper; 15 signal lights and res; cole- ed up the 4-6 split. Captain Melba, Bri stole, Florida Sumatra, Florida
come of 1lorhians last year. This redand white. Barbee of the Stevedores ba4 a 4ia Flor og ia, ,
coine of Florians last year. Thisrda iDbedreceived until Sep eamoe e h eC ClarASsVlle, Florida Telogi, Floridf
amount was dee fa Bids will be received until Sep- high game of 159 and a high'series C SSF LADS ,Vgori
amount was denied fromparticipa- member 30, 1970 at 7:00 o'clock of 436 "Midget Investments With orda
tiosioxi the current production of P.M., Port St. Joe time, at the Of- 4. Giant Rturn Wewa tchka, Florida
geoam nd the retirement program flee of the.e Clerk of fie Circuit O Lanes 3 and4, loda FirstGint Returns"
nouating to A.4 billion, bringing Court, Port St. Joe, Florida. National Bank took all jya games
the g to .4 pe nalo g The Board reserves the right to from AN Railroad. Bafiler Lois .The Florida Public Service Commission has directed that a notice of the
-fre so e incie reject an ad a ll 2 Smith boiled a terrific high game proposed discontinuance be, posted: in the involved telegraph offices and also pub-
"1 / CO)MMISSION, Gulf County of 191 and high series of 499. Mar lishgd for two (2) consecutive weeks in the local newspapers in the affected areas
SALTER GRAHAM, ertWh urt had a gam D oastoinsure the public isawareofthe proposal.
Chairman, 2t49-17 of ll and high series of 331 foraD rroe
Sa the A ilrad Company.
Le 'l NOTICE TO RECEIVE On. anes 5 and 6, St. Joe Kraft If there are any objections to the proposed discontinuance, the Commis-
The Board of Couny CoImmis took ll four games from Williams a sion has requested that such objections be filed with it by no later than October
St NOTICET RECEIVEDS sioners of Gulf County will receive AlYty KatE. Krafter Evelyn Smith 30, 1970, at the following address:
Th BorSEAED BID Commis sealed bids from any person, com- bowled the high game of 191 and ** .*
sionerd ofGulf County i pany, or corporationintered.in,igh series of 521. Her handiSap isC OMMISSION,
signers of Gulf County will receive selling the County ,the .f. owmg 5; sorry Evelyn.`Eleanor Wifl-
sealed bids from any person com. described personal property: i. only 5; so Attenton: B. H OVERON,
puny, or ctrpoution interest f in One (1) Typewriter with 15.5" lhams bowled high for the Kats with Attention: Ml. )I OVERTON,
telling the County the following carriage, single element-non mov- a game of 177 and a 474 series. T i IE Director, Rate Department
Ones e pe rs9n pron truck ing carriage,, two: type styles. On Lanes 7 and 8, Basic lost three I700 South Adams Street,
with custom cab; fleet side body; carbon rbbon and choice co- gamesto Satts Motor Co. igh TATAA ASSEE, FLORIDA 32304
V-4 I engine, not less than 283 4nter one .bid 'for cash sale, game for Basic was Wanda with a
inch; heavy duty cooling sys- and enter one bid for lease-pur- 137 and Ellen Sidwell had the high
_stem; heavy duty heater and de-: chase on monthly payment plan.
roster; oil ba type ait leaner; Bids will be receive until Sep.
large western type left hand re member 30, 1970 at 6:30 o'clock P.M.,
y mrror; 2 speedelectric Eastern Standard Time, at the Of-
.wmadshield Wipers with wash- flee of the Clerk of the Circuit
ers; dual sunvisors and -arm Court, Port St. Joe, Florida.
.The Board reserves, the right to
.COMISSIONGu] Couty anle ys Fall Value Spr...
,.....\ BOARD OF COUNTY
'These are IN THE. COUNTY JUDGE'S
Dager. COURT, G, ULF COUNTY,
Da ger FLORIDA. IN PROBA.TE. A M MA WHI: Al:
Readings :IN RE:Estate of AUTOMATIC WASHER SALE
for Batteries INEZJANDESON,
"0 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
....*I' .All creditors of the estate of
II*** : Inez J. Anderson, deceased, are S r QE
,." t herebynotifiedand requiredtofile,
any claims or demands wjich theyI- ...-----
."What hot weather starts, cold may haveagainst said estate inthe
weather finishes --both extremes office of the county judge of Gulf t 1 Imn l, nn I ss "'. s.o-
dr.ain battery power. But before County, Florida, in the Courthouse, lSOFA SLEErPE RS THAT LuUl LIKE SOFAS
you fill the air with electrifying at Port St. Joe, Florida, within six |
oaths, see us 'fdr a checkup of calendar months from the dateof
your starting and charging system. the first publication of this notice. -* rmfort b-- i$l, S
We'll. find the real trouble .*with. Each claim or demand must be in I lil c moltl-Tea ty ay
out obligation. writing and must state the place of
SI tro i residence and post office address ,S' pini ghpfot-luxur b ge eed automatic
,yaw tpr roble r 'owe carryL of the claimant and must be swor '/ee1flfln Comronup ,UxL uni.r. ; S S A m
and recommend the to by the claimant, his agent, or waser
finestt NAPA bat- .his attorney, or it wi become void 3 selection washer loads
a liner battery according to law. I k ,ir1
de adnd we can September 10. 1970. ; .I* Gleaming white porcelain
prove it. *W. O. ANDERSON, enamel top and lid
AdministratoiY of the Es-.
T A T tate of Inez 3 Anderson, Spin tub, porcelain enamel
STI. I AUTO- deceased. SAVE NOW AT
CECIL G. COSTIN, 4R. -' ;-. DANLEY'SI
Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-9-17
Attorney for Administrator r 1 V'
c-N NOTICE -
* COUNCIMEN of MEXICO BEACH
"WHY SPENIP $35,000.00 SPECIAL o
S WE DON'T HAVE $168
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